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Liane "Chalk" Trevval
Biographical information

Haruun Kal


21 BBY

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Chronological and political information

Rise of the Empire era


Galactic Republic

"With real shooting, wouldn't be shooting back, him."
―Liane Trevval

Liane Trevval, referred to as Chalk, was a young Korun rebel from Haruun Kal. She was large with red hair, and had extreme difficulty with speaking Basic. Early in life she had been gang-raped by a squad of six Balawai militiamen; she and members of her ghôsh had hunted them down and served them tan pel'trokal. She later joined the ULF so that no other Korunnai women would have to endure what she had.

Chalk handled heavy weapons with ease, her weapon of choice a Merr-Sonn Thunderbolt. She aided Jedi Master Mace Windu on Haruun Kal, and died heroically in the midst of the Battle of Lorshan Pass. General Windu promoted Chalk to Officer of the Grand Army of the Republic and awarded her the Medal of Valor posthumously. Windu also took the steps of finding her real name and placing it in the Senate record. After her death, it was indicated that fellow ULF fighter Nick Rostu had feelings for her, but it is unknown if they were reciprocated.

"No one should have to be that tough."
―Mace Windu


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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Liane.gif NPC Liane
Location: Carlin Depot at Central Street and Theater Avenue, (here)
Occupation: Postman
Notes: Parcels cost only 10 gp and letters only 5 gp if you have completed the Postman Quest.
Items traded: Sells: Parcel 15 gp,
Letter 8 gp,
Label 1 gp.
Buys: Nothing.
See the entire NPC list.

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