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Amelia was an aunt of Montgomery Scott, who had died sometime prior to 2270. Scotty remembered her for her skill in cooking food, in particular her preparation of oatmeal. (TOS - Constellations short story: "Where Everybody Knows Your Name")


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Real name Amelia Maria Tschudi
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Height 5'7
Weight 117 lbs.
Date of birth October 21, 1981
Place of birth Bern, Switzerland
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Resides Braddock, TX
Billed from Miami, FL
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Debut 1997
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Amelia (born Amelia Maria Tschudi on October 21, 1981) is a Swiss professional wrestling manager currently working for the WNWA. She is currently holder of the WNWA Women's Championship.

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History

Amelia Tschudi was born in Bern, Switzerland to an investment banker father and an innkeeper mother. Amelia was a standout student and amatuer tennis player and attended some of the finest prep schools in the nation. While attending school she met Christopher Hammond. The two began a courtship that eventually led them to the United States where they joined the WNWA as Prince Charming and Emily. These early years in the WNWA were filled with pain, losses, and self-doubt, but by 2000, Prince Charming had honed his skills as one of the most technically sound wrestlers in the world and Emily changed her stage name to her real name: Amelia. Around this same time the duo became involved in Pike's Blood Cult with Baron Samedi, Leah, and Bishop Beiler.

In 2006 Amelia became the object of desire of an insane Tony "Fat Boy" Fanuci. The obese madman sexually harrassed her constantly and finally kidnapped and attempted to sexually assault her. Thankfully his stomach was so large and hung so low and his penis was so small that he was unable to commit the heinous act. Amelia was finally rescued by Prince Charming and Pike and Fanuci was left comatose after being struck by a tour bus in Strasburg, PA.

In late 2006, Prince Charming suffered a broken sternum and lost his Mid-Western Heavyweight title at the hands of Fanuci's friend fATAS and missed several weeks of action. Amelia and Charming then sued fATAS and the WNWA causing J.R. Ewing to suspend Charming. Charming interfered in several matches and finally shot fATAS on the March 13, 2007 episode of WNWA Wrestling. fATAS was unharmed in the incident. Ewing then had Charming committed to a sanitarium.

On the February 2, 2008 event Libapalooza--Amelia became the WNWA Women's Champion defeating the Champion Tony Fanuci in a squash match.

Personal Life and views

  • Amelia seems indifferent to the vampirism and voodoo espoused by other members of the Blood Cult.

Trivia

  • Amelia once considered a professional tennis career, but chose against it after suffering a fractured ankle at the age of 12.

Salary

$51,232 per year.


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Amelia is a member of the Others who was seen as part of the book club. ("A Tale of Two Cities")  ("The Envelope") She apparently lived at the Barracks before the Others left from there.

On the Island

Amelia arrives to Juliet's book club. ("A Tale of Two Cities")

On the day of the crash, Amelia arrived early to Juliet's for the book club meeting. Seeing Ethan working outside on her way in, she jokingly chastised him for taking so long to fix Juliet's plumbing. Inside, Amelia noticed that Juliet was upset about something, and pressed her to know what it was about. Juliet then requested that Amelia not tell anyone what she was about to show her. As Juliet was about to reveal Ben's X-rays, they were interrupted by the doorbell; presumably other book club members had arrived. ("The Envelope")

During the book club meeting, Amelia seemed amused with Juliet's argument against Adam regarding her book choice. She was also present to witness the crash of Flight 815. ("A Tale of Two Cities")

Trivia

  • Amelia is of German origin, and its meaning is "work of the lord".
  • She shares a first name with famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart, whose plane vanished over the Pacific Ocean in July 1937.
  • Amelia can be spelled from the letters in Julie Adams name.

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  • How did she get to the Island?
  • What was her role amongst the Others?

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Allana
Biographical information
Homeworld

Hapes[1]

Born

36 ABY (71), Hapes[1]

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Female[1]

Hair color

Golden red[2] dyed black[2]

Eye color

Gray[3]

Chronological and political information
Era(s)
Affiliation
Known masters

Leia Organa Solo (informal)

Allana Solo, also known as Amelia, was the daughter of Jedi Knight Jacen Solo, and Tenel Ka Chume'Ta Djo, Queen Mother of Hapes. As the current Chume'da of the Hapes Consortium, Allana was expected to ascend to the Hapan throne in succession to her mother. She "died" in 41 ABY however, during the Battle of Shedu Maad, after the Moff Council sanctioned the use of a nanokiller designed to target the royal Hapan bloodline, of which Allana was a member due to her relation with her mother.

In reality, Tenel Ka placed Allana in the custody of her paternal grandparents, after receiving a warning through the Force from Jacen to protect her, with hopes that the child would remain safe while learning the ways of the Jedi.

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Biography

Birth and Dark Nest Crisis (36 ABY)

When Jacen talked with Tenel Ka about borrowing a Hapan fleet to help the Killiks in their battle against the Chiss, she agreed, on the condition that he spend one night with her. That time they spent together resulted in Tenel Ka becoming pregnant.[4]

Tenel Ka carried and concealed the baby for twelve months by using the Force, but after Allana was born, Jacen was forced into saving her from an unhappy grandmother, former Queen Mother Ta'a Chume. Due to this assassination attempt, the couple decided to keep the identity of the baby's father a secret to protect her from angered Hapan nobles. Ben Skywalker, who was still joined to the Gorog nest, accidentally discovered Allana's paternity; all mention of Allana and the visit to Hapes was wiped from his mind by Jacen.[1]

Even during the Jedi convocation at Ossus, Jacen and Tenel Ka would not reveal that Jacen was Allana's father to Han and Leia Solo, Allana's paternal grandparents. Leia surmised her son knew who the father was, but did not suspect Jacen. Luke Skywalker speculated that Tenel Ka's reluctance to talk about Allana meant that she was blemished in some way — a fate the Hapans considered to be worse than death.[5]

Second Galactic Civil War (40 ABY–41 ABY)

Assassination attempts

"Jedi are supposed to be strong!"
―Allana to Jacen

During the Second Galactic Civil War, Allana and her mother were marked for death — first by Jacen Solo, as a sacrifice for his Sith training,[3] although he later chose his parents for that role instead,[6] and then by Corellian leaders, as part of a plot to remove Tenel Ka and her heir from the Hapan throne in order to let a pro-Corellian relative take control. Her Solo grandparents, who still didn't know about their blood ties to Allana, could not stand by and watch the Corellians attempt to murder her and her mother since they were close to Jacen and themselves.

Allana served as the primary motivation for Jacen's extreme actions since he loved her far more than any other person, even more than her mother. After a nearly successful assassination attempt on Allana's and Tenel Ka's lives by the assassin Aurra Sing whom went under the alias Nashtah, Tenel Ka decided to leave Allana with her father on the Anakin Solo until it was safe enough for her to return to Hapes.[3]

However, even as battle raged over Hapes, the Star Destroyer's security was not enough to deter Sing, who easily infiltrated the ship and defeated Allana's security droid. Only the personal intervention of her father Jacen saved the young Chume'da, as he kept the assassin from reaching Allana despite many personal injuries. When Sing was knocked down temporarily, Allana approached her and injected her with a sleep stick, knocking her out. She was later reunited with her mother on Hapes, although she again had to be hidden from the Skywalkers and Solos.[3]

Jacen: "What do you want to call him?"
Allana: "Jacen."
Jacen: "That's lovely. Why Jacen, sweetie?"
Allana: "So when you don't come to see us I can talk to him instead."
―Allana and Jacen Solo talking about a stuffed tauntaun he gave her

During a private moment, Jacen discovered he actually cared more about Allana than Tenel Ka as he thought of his daughter's welfare on a daily basis. Jacen considered Allana's life to be above either Tenel Ka's or his own. Shortly after becoming co-Chief of State and leaving Coruscant, Jacen visited Allana to determine if Allana and Tenel Ka were meant to be his sacrifice. He gave Allana a stuffed tauntaun, which she named "Jacen," and he left shortly thereafter, only to kill Mara Skywalker and take the name Darth Caedus.[7]

Kidnap and reunion

Later after Tenel Ka turned against Caedus by withdrawing all Hapan military support from the Galactic Alliance, Caedus vowed to kill anyone, including Tenel Ka, if she stood between him and his daughter. Caedus then kidnapped Allana from Tenel Ka in an effort to blackmail her into again pledging Hapes' support to the GA. Allana was replaced by a younge orphan girl, Tika, who strongly resembled Allana in her looks.Caedus told Allana that people were trying to kill her so as to prevent her from complaining about being taken away from her mother.Tenel Ka had told Allana that anyone who took care of her would first have to provide a secret phrase that together they made up. Caedus never provided the words and got scared. Allana woke up from unconsiousness and told Caedus that she hated him after she hit him with a pass out gas dart that her mom gave her. It wasnt strong enough, though. Caedus told her he was her father to get her to calm down and promised to reveal that he is her daddy to the galaxy once the war was over. Allana quickly forgave him, giving him a hug and saying she loved him.[8]

Allana: "He's my daddy."
Leia Solo: "I know. I'm your grandmother."
Han Solo: "Hi sweetie. I'm your grandfather."
—Allana revealing Jacen as her father and Han and Leia Organa Solo introducing themselves to their granddaughter.

Tenel Ka went to Luke Skywalker for help, and Luke agreed to rescue Allana from Caedus. He led a strike team to the Anakin Solo, where he, Ben, and Saba Sebatyne distracted Caedus while Han and Leia rescued Allana. While returning Allana to Hapes, Han and Leia Solo finally discovered their blood relationship to her. Caedus, angered that he had lost his daughter, took his anger out on Patra Tebut, Force-choking her until her neck snapped.[8]

After the Jedi Order abandoned Endor as their base of operations to Shedu Maad in the Transitory Mists, Leia Solo commented on how the proximity to Hapes would make visiting Allana much easier and more convenient.[9]

Staged death (41 ABY)

During the last stages of the war, Allana was kept close to her mother at all times as a security precaution. When the nanokiller designed by the Moff Council targeting all those with Hapan royal blood was released on the Dragon Queen, Tenel Ka's flagship, most of the crew died, including Allana.[2]

However, Allana's "death" was actually a cover story concocted by Tenel Ka. In order to provide a safer environment for her daughter, Tenel Ka had faked Allana's death, sending out message over the Holonet that Allana was one of the nanokiller's victims. In reality, she released Allana into the care of her grandparents, the Solos, and began training at the Jedi Academy under the guise of a war orphan named Amelia.[2] She was introduced under her alias to her aunt, Jaina Solo, after Jaina had killed Allana's father in the lightsaber duel over Shedu Maad.

As a tribute to Allana's "death", the Moff Council, under new High Moff Jagged Fel founded the Imperial Mission, as suggested by Allana's grandfather, Han Solo.[2]

Travel with the Solos

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About the Millennium Falcon's past

In 43 ABY, the eager, inquisitive and Force-strong Allana discovered a strange object resembling an antiquated transponder aboard her grandfather's beloved spacecraft and went with her grandparents on a journey to uncover the past of the Millennium Falcon. On Taris during her trip with Solos, Allana was kidnapped and saved by the rogue Jedi Seff Hellin. After this event, she noticed similarities between the way Jacen and Seff felt in the Force

A Voice on Kessel

After Han and Leia went into Kessel's caverns to help Lando, C-3PO and R2-D2 were charge with watching over her. She manged to convince Threepio to let her go outside. When she got away from the two droids she made her way to a mysterious tomb there she used The Force to reach out to it and heard a voice telling her that it could "feel her". The voice asked her who was there, begging her to respond, it then asked her what her name was. She then ran away and almost bumped into Threepio and Artoo.[10]

Coruscant Livestock Exchange and Exhibition

The Solos later attended the Coruscant Livestock Exchange and Exhibition, partially because Leia believed it would be beneficial for Allana to have a pet. Jedi Knights Natua Wan and Radd Minker tagged along for security. Allana wanted a tauntaun, but Han would not allow because of the horrible smell. Allana decided she wanted to go to the Dangerous Animal level, and her grandparents reluctantly agreed. While viewing animals such as Nexu and a rancor, Natua Wan succumbed to Force Psychosis. Natua made her way to the the control room, where she locked the doors to the exhibit and disabled the forcefields and corrals holding the animals in the complex. As Radd Minker cut a hole through the door, Han held Allana and together they escaped the madness.

Later that night, when the animals had been captured and Natua Wan apprehended, Allana told Han and Leia that she had seen Leia kill a Nexu who had cubs. Allana suggested that they adopt one of the cubs because they would have nobody to care for them. They adopted a cub which they named Anji.

Possible Future

In 41 ABY, shortly before his death, Darth Caedus had a vision of his daughter Allana as a tall young woman standing in the middle of a large crowd of mixed species in front of a large white throne unifying the galaxy.[2]

Two years later, Leia Organa Solo had a similar vision of the young girl standing in front of a mix of species, looking to her for guidance and peace. In Solo's vision, Allana was standing beside a large white throne, but no one was standing beside her to help her or comfort her, like a husband or even her mother. None of the Skywalker/Solo's were there to personaly encourage her.[11]

In 43.5 ABY, Luke Skywalker had a similar vision to those of his sister and nephew, only this time Allana was surrounded by what looked to be her friends in front of a white throne.[11]

Behind the scenes

For a long time when rumors came out that there would be a new birth during the Dark Nest Trilogy, it was assumed that Jaina Solo would be the character having a child. After Dark Nest I: The Joiner King came out, many started to speculate that Jacen Solo and Tenel Ka would be the characters having a child.

During Dark Nest II: The Unseen Queen, when the character of Allana was first introduced, the baby remained nameless. Many fans started speculating what the child would be named. Some even wondered if Allana would be named Padmé, after her paternal great-grandmother, Padmé Amidala, because Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa Solo had just discovered the identity of their mother.

According to Troy Denning (a.k.a. TailOne), in his official thread on TheForce.Net forums, Allana was named after the founder of the Force-sensitive Witches of Dathomir, Allya, and the brother of Jacen Solo, Anakin Solo (All + Ana=Allana).[12] She was not named in The Unseen Queen because Tenel Ka wanted Jacen to have a part in choosing her name.

Appearances

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Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Dark Nest II: The Unseen Queen
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Invincible
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Tempest
  4. Dark Nest I: The Joiner King
  5. Dark Nest III: The Swarm War
  6. Exile
  7. Sacrifice
  8. 8.0 8.1 Fury
  9. Revelation
  10. Outcast
  11. 11.0 11.1 Abyss
  12. The Official Troy Denning Discussion Thread

See also


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