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A'Sharad Hett

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2007-08-08 23:08:58 Darth Kramer Bio A'Sharad Hett was the son of exiled Jedi Sharad Hett, and a Tusken slave girl on the outer-rim planet Tatooine. The elder Hett trained his son in the ways of the Jedi from a young age, and he even built his own lightsaber from junk parts presumably pilfered from Jawa scrapheaps. Though his father raised him as a Jedi, there was no denying his distinctly Tusken upbringing. When the Jedi Council got word that Hett was alive on Tatooine, his former master Ki-Adi-Mundi was sent to investigate. Unfortunately for them both, Dark Jedi bounty hunter Aurra Sing had also been sent to find Hett. The resulting encounter left the elder Hett dead, but Ki-Adi-Mundi was able to save the boy and brought him to the Jedi Temple, where he took him as his padawan, to finish his training.

Years later, Hett served in the Clone Wars. During one particular mission, he was stranded on the desert planet Aargonar with fellow Jedi Anakin Skywalker, who had a particular dislike for Tuskens. It was during this mission that Hett decided to remove the traditional Tusken headwraps he wore. A'sharad Hett served in many more battles throughout the Clone Wars. He was killed by Darth Vader in the Jedi Temple at the beginning of the Great Jedi Purge.

This entry uses material provided in part or in the main by wikipedia.org.
A'Sharad Hett was the son of exiled Jedi Sharad Hett, and a Tusken slave girl on the outer-rim planet Tatooine. The elder Hett trained his son in the ways of the Jedi from a young age, and he even built his own lightsaber from junk parts presumably pilfered from Jawa scrapheaps. Though his father raised him as a Jedi, there was no denying his distinctly Tusken upbringing. When the Jedi Council got word that Hett was alive on Tatooine, his former master Ki-Adi-Mundi was sent to investigate. Unfortunately for them both, Dark Jedi bounty hunter Aurra Sing had also been sent to find Hett. The resulting encounter left the elder Hett dead, but Ki-Adi-Mundi was able to save the boy and brought him to the Jedi Temple, where he took him as his padawan, to finish his training.

Years later, Hett served in the Clone Wars. During one particular mission, he was stranded on the desert planet Aargonar with fellow Jedi Anakin Skywalker, who had a particular dislike for Tuskens. It was during this mission that Hett decided to remove the traditional Tusken headwraps he wore. A'sharad Hett served in many more battles throughout the Clone Wars. A'Sharad Hett is one of the few Jedi known to have survived the Great Jedi Purge. This entry uses material provided in part or in the main by wikipedia.org.


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