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«Scan the freighter.»
―Razoo Qin-Fee gives orders to Li-Thrull[src]

Volzang Li-Thrull was a human male from the planet Nar Kanji who served as a member of the criminal Kanjiklub gang around thirty years after the Battle of Endor. He accompanied the gang's leader, Tasu Leech, and several other members in boarding the Baleen-class heavy freighter Eravana in order to reclaim 50,000 credits owed to the Kanjiklub by the vessel's owner, the smuggler Han Solo.

BiographyEdit

Volzang Li-Thrull was born in the planet Nar Kanji.[1] Later on his life, he became a member of Tasu Leech's criminal gang Kanjiklub around thirty years following the Battle of Endor. At some point of his life, the Corellian smuggler Han Solo got into debt with Kanjklub, owing them 50,000 credits.[2]

In 34 ABY, Li-Thrull accompanied Leech and the other Kanjiklub members to Solo's vessel the Baleen-class heavy freighter Eravana to reclaim the 50,000 credits that Solo owed them. The Kanjiklub arrived in the freighter's airlock shortly after theirivals the Guavian Death Gang, who Solo also owed money, and the smuggler found himself trapped between the two groups. As Leech and Bala-Tik, frontman for the Death Squad, argued with Solo, the scavenger Rey and the former First Order stormtrooper Finn, who Solo had recently brought aboard, accidentally released three rathtars that were being kept on the ship. The creatures immediately attacked the two criminal groups, and in the ensuing chaos, Li-Thrull was eaten by the rathars along with several of his comrades while Solo and his companions managed to escape the creatures on board the Millennium Falcon.[2]

Personality and traitsEdit

A veteran fighter,[3] Volzang Li-Thrull was a human male who wore a flame-retardant uniform and carried a tibanna-jacked boiler rifle. He had tanned skin and black hair.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Volzang Li-Thrull first appeared in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, which was released in North America on December 18, 2015. The character was not named in the film, but received identification in Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary, a reference book written by Pablo Hidalgo and released in conjunction with the film. He was portrayed by Alvin Chen in the film, but did not receive credit.

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