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Darth Haagen
Biographical information

3,959 BBY (3925BrS), Ravager

Physical description




Hair color


Eye color



Prosthetic right arm

Chronological and political information

Old Republic era



Known masters

Darth Nihilus

"Like his Master, he cares nothing for the Sith, or the Jedi. He is an abomination of the Force, created and manipulated by the Lord of Hunger."
Darth Traya

Darth Haagen, also known as the Lord of Destruction, was a Dark Lord of the Sith created in 3,959 BBY by Darth Nihilus when the Sith Lord manipulated the midi-chlorians, found in a living being’s blood. He was trained on Nihilus' flagship, the Ravager, for many years, intending to be a continuation of the Dark Lord's legacy.

Behind the scenes

Darth Haagen is named after Häagen-Dazs, an American brand of ice cream.

The Dark Lord is portrayed by Starkiller, Darth Vader's secret apprentice, and digitally manipulated to have grey skin and black hair.

The concept for Haagen was created by Star Wars Fanon author Andrew Barton on September 4, 2008. His idea for him changed for having him from having him as a Dark Jedi named Haagen-Dazs, to the Unknown Darth, to the second Darth Nihilus, and finally to the apprentice of Darth Nihilus who survived the Jedi Exile's Purge of the Sith, not to be confused with the Unknown Darth.

On October 1, 2008, Barton announced that he would be penning a trilogy for the Sith Lord.


  • Darth Haagen: Heir to the Sith (First appearance)
  • Darth Haagen: Teachings of the Dark Lords
  • Darth Haagen: War of the Force

Notes and references


This article uses material from the "Darth Haagen" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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