Captain Visler Korda was a male human officer in the military of the Galactic Empire. A cruel man, he once set up a trap to capture Milo and Lina Graf, two younglings whose parents had been abducted by Imperial agents some time earlier.
The human male Visler Korda became an officer in the starfleet of the Galactic Empire in the early days of that government. He took part in the Battle of Maraken, during which he lost his lower jaw. As a consequence, he was fitted with a robotic jaw lined with sharp metal teeth. Korda came into the good graces of the Imperial High Command, and he ended up achieving the rank of captain. He even took direct orders from Darth Vader, the right-hand-man of Emperor Palpatine himself.
Capturing the Graf spousesEdit
At some point, Korda was tasked with retrieving precious data from Auric and Rhyssa Graf, a couple of cartographers who had spent fifteen years making maps of Wild Space, a vast expanse of unknown star systems on the very edge of the galaxy's rim. Korda managed to trace the Grafs to an uncharted swamp planet, and he tried to coerce them into giving up their maps for free. When the cartographers refused, Korda and his troops seized them and took them away. It turned out, however, that Rhyssa Graf had devised a backup plan in case someone tried to steal their maps: the data was, in fact, stored in the head of Crater, the Grafs' homemade droid, who was absent at the time of his masters' capture. Additionally, the cartographers also had two resourceful children, Lina and Milo Graf. Since the children and the droid were off in the wild when Korda apprehended the Graf spouses, the captain's mission did not succeed.
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Escape (First appearance)
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Snare
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Nest
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Steal
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Dark (Mentioned only)
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Cold (First identified as Visler)
- Adventures in Wild Space: The Rescue (Mentioned only)
- Tales from Vader's Castle 5: The Terror of Darth Vader (Mentioned only)