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This article is about the Twi'lek named Vette. You may be looking for the warship class known as corvette.
Biographical information

Nar Shaddaa[1]


3,661 BBY, Ryloth[2]

Physical description

Twi'lek (Rutian)[1]



Hair color


Eye color


Chronological and political information

Old Republic era[1]


Resurgent Sith Empire

Vette, born Ce'na, was a female Twi'lek pirate. Born into slavery, Vette stumbled into her profession of choice after encountering the famous pirate Nok Drayen.[1]


Slave, pirate, and treasure hunter

Ce'na was born a slave on Ryloth. She never knew what happened to her father. At an early age, she was separated from her sister, Tivva, and mother, and sold to a series of minor crime lords, including one called "Three Eyes". When the legendary pirate of the Syndicate Wars, Nok Drayen, destroyed the holdings of Three Eyes, Ce'na, along with the other slaves, was given a choice. They could be free and find their own path in the galaxy or join Nok Drayen in his many exploits, Ce'na deciding upon the latter. She became a pirate and traveled through much of the known galaxy.

During her time with Drayen, Ce'na, now calling herself Vette, learned several tricks to get in and out of places she wasn’t supposed to. She even befriended Drayen's daughter, Risha, and they became as close as sisters.

Years later, Drayen mysteriously and suddenly released all his people from service. Vette was left on Nar Shaddaa where she gathered other young, idealistic Twi’leks, including Taunt, Plasmajack, and Flash, and used her criminal skills to rob and ruin those who would exploit Ryloth’s cultural artifacts and people, starting with the Duros Cada Bliss.

Cold War

During the Cold War, Vette was imprisoned on Korriban with a shock collar fitted around her neck, repeatedly shocked by the jailer for her insolent attitude. She was soon called upon to assist a powerful Sith Warrior in breaching the tomb of Naga Sadow.

When the Sith Warrior was ordered to Dromund Kaas, the capital of the Sith Empire, Vette went along. She was rewarded her freedom for helping the Warrior on Korriban.

Personality and traits

Adventurous and carefree, Vette was known for her light-hearted conversations, enjoying silly pranks and mocking people who thought too much of themselves. Her child-like attitude persevered even as the years spanned by into adulthood.

As she worked with ruthless people during piracy and the Sith Empire, Vette often favored her companions (or masters) for being merciful and avoiding unnecessary killing. In stark contrast to this, Vette seemed to approve when evil, corrupted and otherwise dishonest people were killed, if she believed they deserved it.

Vette was an intergalactic explorer and skilled treasure hunter. Her nimbleness was a frequent asset in her adventures since she was a child. She could maneuver tight spaces, discover hidden passageways and even disarm traps. She also enjoyed dabbling with goods from the criminal underworld.

Behind the scenes

Male Sith Warrior and Vette kiss
As a male Sith Warrior, players have the option of romancing and even marrying Vette. Whether this is canon or not remains to be ambiguous.

Vette is one of the player companions available to the Sith Warrior class in Star Wars: The Old Republic and was voiced by Catherine Taber.[3]

She received an entry in the "Biographies" section of the website's "Holonet" feature. On her entry, there are several phrases in Aurebesh. When translated, they read "Risha's 'Sister'", "Star of Kala'uun", "A Gift from Lord Baras".

If the player's character is male, they have the option of romancing Vette and even marrying her. However, if the player is also romancing Jaesa Willsaam, Vette will question this, resulting a confrontation between the three characters, and the player must decide between the two. If the player wants both of them, Vette refuses to be a part of it and ends their relationship.

In the smuggler class, the companion character, Risha, mentions Vette when she was talking about her past to a smuggler.



Notes and references

External links

The companions of the Emperor's Wrath
Malavai QuinnVetteJaesa Willsaam

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