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"Vibro. What are you doing?"
―The technician to Vibro[src]

A female individual was a technician aboard the destructive Centerpoint Station during the Battle of Centerpoint Station of the Second Galactic Civil War between the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances and the Confederation—a regime that formed to aid the planet of Corellia and its Five Worlds government in its rebellion against the Galactic Alliance—which began in 40 ABY. After Sadras Koyan, Prime Minister of the Five Worlds, received a holocomm transmission from Denjax Teppler, the Five Worlds' Minister of Information, he left the station's fire-control chamber in an attempt to reach airlock Epsilon 34G, and escape. In his absence Vibro used Centerpoint to target Coruscant, capital of the Galactic Alliance, in his desire to get revenge for his wife, who had been arrested during a security sweep by the Galactic Alliance Guard, and later found dead. When the technician asked Vibro what he was doing, he responded that he was getting things ready for Koyan to fire the station, which she accepted.[1]

As Galactic Alliance forces were about to enter the fire-control chamber, Vibro hissed to get her attention. He told her to watch as he pressed the button to fire the station. However, the scientist Toval Seyah had been able to reprogram the star data in the station's systems, and reset all the other coordinates as the center of Hollowtown, an open sphere in the exact center of the station itself. Because of this, the station targeted itself when fired, which caused it to destroy itself from within, and killed everyone onboard.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

This technician was created by Aaron Allston for the novel Legacy of the Force: Fury, which was released on November 27, 2007 as a part of the Legacy of the Force series. Her species is never specified.


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