The male individual known as Wikyochee belonged to a vaguely humanoid species. Ten years of age, he was in possession of an angry machine, which allowed him to calm his turbulent demeanor, and resort to a more placid temper.


Wikyochee was a male individual member of a vaguely humanoid species. At ten years of age, he possessed what was termed an "angry machine," that would be activated and put to use whenever he was in a particularly tumultuous mood. The angry machine would calm and soothe Wikyochee's body, allowing him to abandon his more incensed temperament in favor of a more affable demeanor. His right leg was made of an alloy, which consisted of metal and carbonite. Wikyochee also had small items cuffed to the two limbs that stemmed from his scaly thighs.[1]

Personality and traitsEdit

Wikyochee possessed a particularly pleasant demeanor, although he was sometimes prone to fits of rage. He could, however, be placated by utilizing his angry machine. He possessed brown fur, and green scales.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Wikyochee was created by Aaron Reeder, an 11-year-old Star Wars fan, through the "Design An Alien" competition held by Star Wars Galaxy magazine, which was launched in Star Wars Galaxy Magazine 3 (1995). The competition called for readers to create entirely original aliens influenced and inspired by the original trilogy of films from the Star Wars saga. Reeder developed his creation by drawing on three characters from the original trilogy—Wicket the Ewok, Jedi Master Yoda, and Han Solo's sidekick Chewbacca. By amalgamating the characters, Reeder came up with Wikyochee. His entry was not a winner in the competition, but it was nonetheless published in Star Wars Galaxy Magazine 7 alongside the winners under the "honorable mentions" category of the "under 16" subdivision. Star Wars continuity editor Leland Chee later stated that the successfully published "Design an Alien" material was to be considered canon.[2] In spite of this, Wikyochee has yet to be referenced in any other Star Wars works.


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 GalaxyCite "Design An Alien"—Star Wars Galaxy Magazine 7
  2. Leland Y Chee (May 3, 2006 5:45 PM). Holocron continuity database questions. forums. Retrieved on October 26, 2010.