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Moldy Crow
Production information
Manufacturer

Corellian Engineering Corporation[1]

Product line

Hawk series

Model

HWK-290[1]

Class

Transport[1]

Cost

Not available for sale[1]

Technical specifications
Length

29 meters[1]

Hyperdrive rating

Class 2[1]

Shielding

Equipped

Navigation system

Equipped

Armament
Crew
  • Pilot (1)[1]
  • Co-pilot (1)[1]
Minimum crew

1[1]

Passengers

6[1]

Cargo capacity

150 metric tons[1]

Consumables

1 month[1]

Usage
Role(s)
Era(s)
Commissioned

10 BBY

Destroyed

5 ABY

Affiliation
Known owner(s)

Kyle Katarn

Crewmembers

Jan Ors

Commander(s)

Kyle Katarn

"She may not look like much, but she'll get off the ground."
New Hope Deck Master describes the Crow(audio)Listen (file info)

The Moldy Crow was a spaceship that was used by Kyle Katarn and Jan Ors on their missions. It was later replaced by the Raven's Claw.

Contents

History

Moldy Crow flies over Fort Nowhere ruins.

The Moldy Crow was made from a HWK-290, built circa 10 BBY. It was part of the Corellian Engineering Corporation's Hawk series of transports.

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Owners

One of the ship's earliest owners was the smuggler Roark Garnet, who used it until he inherited the Dorion Discus from his dead gunslinging sister Neena. He used the Crow as payment for debts incurred to Grappa the Hutt.

It was eventually stolen from Grappa by Dace Bonearm and IG-72. The Moldy Crow was subsequently abandoned on the planet Teth after the two hunters used it as a decoy to capture Rebel commander Winfrid Dagore and claim the Imperial bounty on her. The Crow then fell into the hands of Lieutenant Palob Godalhi, who gave up the beat-up freighter to the Rebel Dreadnaught New Hope.

Use under Kyle Katarn

"You've got to be joking. This isn't even a ship! Hey, I thought you said this thing would get off the ground!"
"It will. But after that, I'm not making any promises."
―Kyle Katarn to the deck master at his first sighting of the Crow(audio)Listen (file info)

In the hands of the Rebels, the Crow was refitted and acquired by Kyle Katarn for use during the Battle of Danuta. Kyle would grow attached to the ship, and would utilize it later in his mission to destroy the dark trooper project. More often than not, though, it was Jan Ors, Kyle's partner and mission coordinator, who piloted the ship for pick-up and drop-off.

The Crow was captured on Ruusan by Jerec's forces and held onboard the Sulon Star during Kyle's and Jan's mission on the planet. When the Star's support systems were damaged, Kyle managed to reach his ship in the hangar and escape the disaster. However, the shockwave of the larger ship's explosion was too strong, and the Crow crashed near the Valley of the Jedi. She was soon replaced by Kyle's new ship, the Raven's Claw.

Behind the scenes

An early design of the Crow.

In early production of the game, the ship was named simply Crow and was intended to be a Baudo-class star yacht. Also, it was not a 3-D polygonal object, but a two-dimensional bitmap sprite rendered from different view angles. [1]

In the alternate dark side ending of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II, the Moldy Crow did not get destroyed; at the very least, it was not seen in the "Dark Jedi escapes" cutscene.

The Moldy Crow was slated to appear in Star Wars: Empire at War; however, it does not. It does appear in Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption as the dropship for the hero Kyle Katarn, but only in skirmish mode.

It was rumored that the Crow appears in Coruscant's sky traffic in The Phantom Menace. However, it's never been proven. A HWK-290 can be seen flying over Qui-Gon and company as they walk into Mos Espa on Tatooine.

The Moldy Crow could also be found in the Mysteries of the Sith multiplayer level, "Spaceport".

Appearances

  • Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire / audio drama
  • Star Wars: Dark Forces (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption
  • Dark Forces: Rebel Agent / audio drama
  • Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II
  • Dark Forces: Jedi Knight / audio drama

Sources

Notes and references


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

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