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The Hunt for Aurra Sing, Part 2
Attribution information
Writer

Timothy Truman

Penciller

Davidé Fabbri

Inker

Christian Dalla Vecchia

Letterer

Steve Dutro

Colorist

Dave McCaig

Cover artist

Jon Foster

Editor

David Land

Publication information
Publisher

Dark Horse Comics

Publication date

April 25, 2001

Pages

32

General information
Era

Rise of the Empire era

Timeline

30 BBY

Series

Star Wars: Republic

Issue number

29

Preceded by

Star Wars: Republic 28: The Hunt for Aurra Sing, Part 1

Followed by

Star Wars: Republic 30: The Hunt for Aurra Sing, Part 3

"I'm here for your money, not to listen to your simpering."
Aurra Sing[src]

The Hunt for Aurra Sing, Part 2 is the twenty-ninth issue in the Star Wars: Republic series of comics. It was published on April 25, 2001 by Dark Horse Comics.

Publisher's summaryEdit

With a team of Jedi on her tail, the murderous Aurra Sing meets her next clients -- exiled Quarrens from the planet Mon Calamari. The Quarrens seek revenge on the one who caused them to be banished from their ocean homeworld. And Aurra takes a special interest in this new job when she learns that her next hit is on the one she once called "teacher" -- the Dark Woman! But Aurra's date with her former master gets put on hold when she is confronted in space by a Jedi cruiser! Make sure you don't miss this second thrilling chapter of "The Hunt for Aurra Sing"

Plot summaryEdit

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Aurra Sing under attack by droidekas.

Aurra Sing arrives on the planet, Talas. As soon as she exits her cruiser, three Droidekas roll out and attack her. Aurra ignites her red lightsaber and dives into the droids. After quickly dispatching them, she notices two Quarrens standing on a cliff above her. This is Tallet and Lekket. They want to hire Aurra Sing’s services and decided to send the Droidekas after her as a test of her ability. Aurra doesn’t like being tested and is ready to decapitate both of the Quarrens.

Tallet explains to Aurra that Lekket and he used to operate a smuggling outfit for the Hutts on their home planet, Mon Calamari. An ambitious Quarren (now a senator) named Tikkes tipped off the Republic authorities and before they knew it, soldiers were raiding their base of operations. A Jedi Knight known only as the Dark Woman led the charge. As Tallet and Lekket dove into an escape tube, a Quarren bodyguard fired a shot at the Dark Woman. She deflected the blast with her lightsaber, causing it to ricochet into a fuel cell. Acid from the fuel cell spilled onto Tallet, permanently scarring him.

Forced to flee as refugees from justice, Tallet and Lekket established their new home on Talas. Now they want justice of their own and desire Aurra Sing’s services to assassinate Senator Tikkes. Aurra has no interest in Tikkes at all, but the opportunity to possibly track down and destroy her old mentor, the Dark Woman, is too appetizing to resist.

Later, a Republic cruiser carrying Adi Gallia, Ki-Adi-Mundi and A'Sharad Hett sails through space. They enter the proximity of an asteroid field and establish a lock on Aurra’s ship. As they come in closer, they realize that Aurra isn’t in the ship at all. She is in a personal flier soaring in towards their aft side. Catching the Jedi completely by surprise, Aurra launches a volley of torpedoes that begin shredding the cruiser.

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Characters

Creatures

Droid models

Events

Locations

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Vehicles and vessels

Weapons and technology

Miscellanea

  • Bacta (Appears in flashback(s))


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Story arcs
Star Wars:
Prelude to Rebellion · Outlander · Emissaries to Malastare · Twilight · Infinity's End
The Hunt for Aurra Sing · Darkness · The Devaronian Version · Rite of Passage
Star Wars: Republic
Honor and Duty · The New Face of War · The Battle of Jabiim · Show of Force · Dreadnaughts of Rendili
Trackdown · Siege of Saleucami · Into the Unknown · Hidden Enemy
Trade paperbacks
Prelude to Rebellion · Outlander · Emissaries to Malastare · Twilight · The Hunt for Aurra Sing
Darkness · The Stark Hyperspace War · Rite of Passage · Honor and Duty
Clone Wars trade paperbacks
The Defense of Kamino · Victories and Sacrifices · Last Stand on Jabiim · Light and Dark
The Best Blades · On the Fields of Battle · When They Were Brothers · The Last Siege, The Final Truth
Endgame · 30th Anniversary Collection: Light and Dark · 30th Anniversary Collection: Endgame
Omnibus Collections
Rise of the Sith · Emissaries and Assassins · Menace Revealed · Quinlan Vos: Jedi in Darkness
Clone Wars Volume 1: The Republic Goes to War · Clone Wars Volume 2: The Enemy on All Sides
Clone Wars Volume 3: The Republic Falls
Related issues and series
Jedi Council: Acts of War · Heart of Fire · Jedi · Obsession · Purge · Dark Times
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