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Kohl Seerdon
Biographical information
Homeworld

Chandrila

Died

2 ABY, a Sentinel-class landing craft, over Thyferra

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Chronological and political information
Era(s)
Affiliation
"Do you no longer harbor any loyalty to our Emperor? Defecting to the Rebel terrorists shall be your undoing, Kasan. Unfortunate to lose such a fine officer, but the weak will die out to make room for the strong. It is the way of the universe. Farewell, little rodent."
―Kohl Seerdon to Kasan Moor

Kohl Seerdon was a Moff, probably a Grand Moff, in the Galactic Empire, who knew a lot about the tactics of Rogue Squadron.

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Biography

"Moff Seerdon is notoriously...unforgiving."
Kasan Moor
Seerdon's shuttle over Chandrila.

In the time of the Galactic Republic, Seerdon was a military officer from Chandrila. During the Clone Wars, he replaced Hiram Drayson as commander of Chandrila's defense forces. When the Galactic Empire arose, Palpatine made Seerdon a Moff. Seerdon later arranged for his son, Max, to have a ranking position in the Imperial Security Bureau.

During the Galactic Civil War, Seerdon was one of the most dangerous enemies of Rogue Squadron. When Rogue Squadron attacked the snow planet Fest and destroyed his Imperial weapons research facility, Seerdon attacked Chandrila, home planet of Mon Mothma (and Seerdon himself, for that matter). Rogue Squadron halted his attack, but Seerdon invaded Thyferra and took control of the planet's bacta factories. Without bacta fluid, the Rebel Alliance couldn't heal wounded troops. In an operation foreshadowing the later Bacta War, Rogue Squadron attacked Thyferra and destroyed Seerdon's forces. Outmaneuvered by the elite Rebel squadron, Seerdon engaged Rogue Leader Luke Skywalker in his heavily modified Sentinel-class landing craft, but after a harrowing dogfight, Commander Skywalker destroyed his adversary. The shuttle exploded, instantly killing the Imperial Moff, and resulted in a Rebel victory.

Behind the scenes

Seerdon serves as the main villain in the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron video game.

Seerdon seems to have controlled farflung planets (Gerrard V in the Core Worlds, Taloraan in the Expansion Region, Fest in Atrivis sector, Chandrila in Bormea sector, and Thyferra in the Inner Rim Territories), suggesting he was a Grand Moff.

Seerdon is also one of the Imperials in the skirmish mode of Star Wars: Force Commander.

Appearances

  • Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 14:10:03 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: Force Commander (Non-canonical appearance)

Sources

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This article uses material from the "Kohl Seerdon" article on the Starwars wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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Kohl Seerdon
Biographical information
Homeworld

Chandrila

Born

32 BBY

Died

18 ABY

Physical description
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Height

1.87 meters

Hair color

Grey (formerly black)

Eye color

Black

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

Rise of the Empire Era, Rebellion Era, New Republic Era

Affiliation

Galactic Empire, New Galactic Empire

For most of his Imperial Career, Kohl Seerdon was a Moff. In 10 ABY, he was promoted to Grand Moff. After the death of Maximilian Veers, Seerdon became the New Galactic Empire's Grand General.

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Biography

Early life

Very little was known of Seerdon's early life, as he had many records destroyed. He often claimed that he was an orphan. This was thought by many to be untrue, as private records showed that he took the family business from his father. He joined the Empire as soon as he could, and was promoted very quickly.

Rise to power

During the early Galactic Civil War, Seerdon was given the task of destroying Rogue Squadron.

This article is a stub. The author may be expanding it soon.

Behind the scenes

Seerdon was succeeded by General Castle.


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

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