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Aurra Sing

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Bio:
Sing was born in the slums of Nar Shaddaa to a spice-addicted mother named Aunuanna, and to a father who was of an unknown long-lived species (according rumors he may had been Qiraash, Rattataki, Umbaran or perhaps Anzati species).[2] It was also rumored she was once owned by Sennex slavers. She was brought to the Order as a candidate for Jedi training. In an attempt to control the young woman's overtly aggressive instincts, the Council assigned her to the Dark Woman, a mysterious and secretive Jedi Master with a track record of training difficult apprentices. However, the two did not get along well and Sing never progressed past the stage of Padawan.
Around the age of nine, she was kidnapped by pirates who played on her deep-seated fears of abandonment and betrayal to shake her trust in the Jedi. They raised the conflicted young woman as a fellow pirate. Tragedy struck again when she was eventually captured by the Hutt crime lord Wallanooga, who in turn lent her to a group of Anzati assassins. The Anzati trained her to be a remorseless killer, even equipping Sing with a bio-computer that fed her additional sensory data. Her training was paid for by the family of Hutt crime lord Urdruua, something which set his family back a generation in debt.

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First Appearance: None listed.

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Issue Appearances:
Dark Horse Presents (1986)
Star Wars (1998)
Star Wars [FIN] (1999)
Star Wars Omnibus (2006)
Star Wars Tales (1999)
Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures (2004)
Star Wars: Jedi (2003)
Star Wars: Legacy War (2010)
Star Wars: The Bounty Hunters (1999)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Character Encyclopedia (2010)

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""My mother was human. My father was a ghost in the night, and I doubt even my mother knew his species—but it was obviously a long-lived one. If I ever find out who he was, perhaps I'll be able to hunt him down and kill him." ―Aurra Sing"




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