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"Controller, I have verified it. That inventory droid has access Lothal orbital clearance codes from a main computer. There is a danger."
―Female Imperial Technician reporting to LT-319[src]

This female human Imperial intelligence officer was stationed aboard an IGV-55 surveillance vessel during the Age of the Empire. She was a member of the Imperial Information Office and reported to Imperial controller LT-319. One of her colleagues was the male listening officer known as 3-9. In 2 BBY, she and her team took part in an operation to hijack the rebel droid Chopper in order to find the location of Chopper Base. The operation failed and the entire listener crew were killed when Hera Syndulla caused a data surge that destroyed their ship.


This female Imperial intelligence officer served aboard an IGV-55 surveillance vessel during the Age of the Empire. She was one of a group of individuals who gave up their autonomy and wore cyborg constructs. The intelligence officer was part of a psychological warfare operation by the Galactic Empire to combat the growing Alliance to Restore the Republic. She and her team were part of Grand Admiral Thrawn's efforts to gather intelligence on rebel activities.[4]

In 2 BBY, the female intelligence officer and her team were alerted when the rebel C1-series astromech droid known as Chopper infiltrated the Imperial Security Bureau station on the moon Killun 71. After the ship's controller LT-319 ordered his crew to set a course for Killun 71, she asked her colleague 3-9 where was the data update scan. 3-9 responded that he was tracking 7161, which turned out to be a stolen Sentinel-class landing craft that was being used by the Spectres rebel cell to infiltrate the base.[2]

The female intelligence officer and her colleagues were present when LT-319 used a network terminal at the base to reprogram Chopper. She then reported that Chopper's colleague, the RA-7 protocol droid AP-5, had stolen clearance codes from the base and warned that there was a danger. However, Controller LT-319 calculated that the rebels only had a 31% and decided that they should allow the rebels to leave the base unhindered since the odds were in their favor. The Imperial intelligence officers watched as Chopper returned to the Sentinel with his comrades and the rebels returned to their home ship Ghost.[2]

The female officer and her colleagues then watched as the hijacked Chopper hijacked the Ghost and tried to kill his fellow rebels by exposing them to space. Under LT-319's orders, Chopper then installed a data spike which downloaded data from the Ghost's navigation computer to the Imperial surveillance ship. However, AP-5 managed to opened the hatch to the cargo bay from outside, allowing the Spectres to retake their ship and stun Chopper.[2]

After the rebels removed the spike, the Spectres' leader Hera Syndulla used Chopper's visual processor to issue a threat to the surveillance ship. She then reversed the data feed back to the surveillance vessel, causing the ship's systems to overload and purging the Imperial reprogramming from Chopper's systems. The female intelligence officer reported that their fuel cells had been compromised just shortly before her ship exploded, killing all aboard.[2]

Personality and traitsEdit

The female Imperial listener ship intelligence officer lived during the Age of the Empire. She gave up some of her autonomy and wore a cybernetic headset. The intelligence officer was part of Grand Admiral Thrawn's operations to gather intelligence on rebel activities.[4] She was familiar with the Imperial data network, starship systems, and slicing. The intelligence officer expressed concerns about letting the rebel droid AP-5 escape with stolen clearance codes. However, her controller LT-319 gambled that the Imperials had a high chance of success. The officer's warnings were proven when the Spectres rebel cell reprogrammed Chopper and reverse fed a torrent of data back at the Imperial surveillance vessel, destroying it.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

The female Imperial listener ship intelligence officer first appeared in the Star Wars Rebels Season Three episode "Double Agent Droid", which first premiered on Disney XD on March 18, 2017. She was voiced by Vanessa Marshall who also voiced Hera Syndulla and PZ-7 in the same episode.



  1. The events of "Double Agent Droid" take place after Star Wars Rebels: Steps Into Shadow, which is the first known episode to take place in the second year before the Battle of Yavin. As such, we can deduce that this event takes place in the second year before the Battle of Yavin. For more information, see Wookieepedia's Timeline of Star Wars Rebels Events.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "Double Agent Droid"
  3. 3.0 3.1 SWCustom-2011 Double Agent Droid Episode Guide on (backup link)
  4. 4.0 4.1 SWCustom-2011 Rebels Recon: Inside "Double Agent Droid" on (backup link)

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