"You killed my family."
"Casualties of war, kid."
Jango Fett and the Death Watch soldier[src]

A male Human Death Watch soldier fought against the True Mandalorians in a battle on the planet Concord Dawn,[1] located in the Mandalore sector of the galaxy's Outer Rim.[2] Together with the other members of the Death Watch, during the battle, the soldier forced the True Mandalorians to retreat into the fields of locally grown crops. He then joined the Death Watch leader,[1] Tor Vizsla,[2] in hunting down the scattered True Mandalorians[1] and Mand'alor Jaster Mereel.[3]

Upon tracking the True Mandalorians to the Fett family farm, violence broke out, leading to the deaths of the farm's Journeyman Protector owner and his wife,[1] as well as the kidnapping of their daughter, Arla Fett,[4] events in which the Death Watch soldier took part. Though the True Mandalorians were able to save the family's young son, Jango Fett, they were forced to flee again; this time, however, the Death Watch ignited the fields where the True Mandalorians were taking refuge, and as they burned, believed Death Watch believed their foes perished.[1]

Thinking themselves victorious, the Death Watch soldier and his compatriots rode into a nearby town in order to celebrate, only to come under siege from a True Mandalorian ambush. Amidst the fighting, the Death Watch soldier was attacked by the young Jango Fett. Though he attempted to kill the boy with his gauntlet's vibroblade, the Death Watch soldier was ultimately killed by the boy when Fett shot the man in the chest, avenging his family.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Death Watch soldier first appeared in Star Wars canon in the first issue of the Jango Fett: Open Seasons comic series, written by Haden Blackman and published May 1, 2002.


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