- "Beneath Belsavis dwells the Great Master of the Esh-kha. The World Razer..."
- ―World Razer Cult follower.
The World Razer was an entity that dwelled in the core of the prison world of Belsavis by the time of the Cold War. It was claimed that the creature had devoured planets with writings claiming the entity to be the "destroyer of worlds" and as the "eater of stars".
Almost nothing was known of this ancient being to whom no one had seen or spoken to in a thousand years. According to cryptic warnings of the Rakata, the World Razer was Belsavis's oldest prisoner and its prison was created to hold it. This was because this terrible force had a hunger that consumed a thousand worlds. In the Tomb, Rakatan inscriptions spoke of the fury of the World Razer was only subdued by the combined might of the Infinite Empire who was only able to imprison it within a planet which became their prison facility on Belsavis. The rage of this being was so great that if it were ever released, its power was capable of shattering the galaxy.
During the Galactic War, the Sith Empire made the mistake of releasing the Esh-kha during their assault on Belsavis. The Esh-kha escaped from their cells and planned on releasing the World Razer. The Republic strike team attempting to stop them learned from the imprisoned Rakata intelligence called Failsafe that above the World Razer's prison was a failsafe measure called the Burning Way, which would drop molten liquid on its cell, thus sealing it. After the strike team killed the Esh-kha leader Gore Claw, the World Razer attempted to bargain with them for its freedom. It argued that it would get out eventually and offered power in exchange for its freedom. The strike team refused and released the Burning Way, re-imprisoning the World Razer.
Behind the scenesEdit
This creature was found in "Star Wars: The Old Republic" on the planet Belsavis, it is the final stage of "The World Razer" mission. Players have the option to release The World Razer or to put it back to sleep.
On Ilum the vault labeled "The Builders Vault" has a cut scene that shows the character entering a room of crates, a terminal is approached, tapped on, and then you are given a choice of two gloves, or a lockbox, minimal upgrades compared to the gear the user is likely already wearing.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic (First appearance)