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Production information


Date created

3,956 BBY


Janice Nall[1]


T3-series utility droid

Technical specifications

0.96 meter


Masculine programming[2]

Sensor color

Blue, yellow and red

  • Tool access port
  • Auditory and sonar scanner
  • Radar eye
  • Radionic sensor
  • Multi-function arm
Chronological and political information

Old Republic era

"Statement: Oh, do shut up, you beeping little trash compactor."

T3-M4 (also called Teethree for short) was a T3-series utility droid built as a master slicer for crime lord Davik Kang. His life of crime was short-lived, however, after Taris was bombarded by the Sith and Davik was killed. He then accompanied Revan on his search for the Star Forge.

Sometime after defeating Darth Malak, Revan left for the Unknown Regions, leaving T3-M4 with the Ebon Hawk. The droid then used the ship to rescue the Jedi Exile from Darth Sion, and aided her in her quest to stop the Sith Triumvirate.



T3-M4's portrait.

Travels with Revan

"You don't talk much, do you?"

T3-M4 was a late-prototype model of the T3-series utility droid, built on Taris by Janice Nall for the local crime lord Davik Kang in 3,956 BBY. The droid was top-of-the-range for its time, and featured exceptional code-breaking and computer slicing skills, in addition to being able to mount armor and weapon upgrades. T3-M4's original purpose was to aid Canderous Ordo in breaking into a Sith military base on Taris for Davik Kang. Revan, under the advice of Canderous, assisted in stealing the launch codes from the base and the motley group managed to escape the planet without being vaporized by the Sith blockade.

When the Ebon Hawk, Davik's most appreciated light freighter, came into Revan's possession, T3 accompanied its crew for the rest of their journey, eventually being taken by Revan to the borders of the Unknown Regions. Before this, however, T3 was given special instructions by Bastila Shan, another of Revan's companions. Under this programming, if T3 lost contact with Revan, he would return to Republic space and contact her.

Travels with the Jedi Exile

Following these instructions, T3-M4 resurfaced five years after the end of the Jedi Civil War when the Ebon Hawk returned to known space. Unable to find Bastila, he instead sought to find the Jedi Exile because of her history with Revan. Onboard the heavily damaged Ebon Hawk, T3-M4 found the droid 3C-FD, and both were instrumental in repairing and getting the ship to the Peragus mining facility while all the other crew members were incapacitated.

When the Exile awakened in the medical bay of the mining facility, T3-M4 helped her gain access to the Peragus fuel depot before being found and disabled by the HK-50 droid and dumped in a fuel line, only to be discovered by the Exile and Atton Rand as they made their escape from the facility.

T3 firing his blaster.

After the Jedi Exile and the others escaped from the Peragus system on the Ebon Hawk, they were forced to refuge to Telos IV, where they were detained at Citadel Station. Atris had the impounded Ebon Hawk stolen from Citadel Station and moved to her Jedi academy in the polar region of Telos. T3-M4 was detained with the ship, and was thus also taken by Atris. At Atris's academy, his memory banks were downloaded by Atris's Handmaidens. The link between the academy's computer and T3-M4 worked both ways, however, and the droid was able to download a holorecording of the Exile's trial before the Jedi Council and a list of the locations of the remaining Jedi Masters.

When the Exile was captured on Nar Shaddaa by Exchange thugs in the employ of Goto, T3-M4 once again came to the rescue. With the aid of The Champ, a Chadra-Fan Pazaak player, the droid was "sold" to Vogga the Hutt and sent to work in his shipping warehouse. Goto had been intercepting all of Vogga's shipping by following his transports transponder codes. The freighters would be captured by Goto's droid yacht, which was cloaked in orbit. To find and infiltrate the yacht, T3-M4 stole the transponder codes for one of Vogga's freighters and fought his way out of the warehouse when three HK-50 assassin droids tried to stop him. The Ebon Hawk's codes were then changed to match the freighter, and Goto's yacht intercepted the ship as planned, allowing for the rescue of the Exile and the destruction of the cloaked yacht.

During the Exile's journeys, T3-M4 was responsible for the Ebon Hawk's navigation, as he alone could access the navigation records of the ship due to a voice-printed lockout. Presumably, they had been locked by Revan to hide his destination. Eventually, after the destruction of Malachor V—Revan's last known location—along with its Sith academy, the droid fulfilled his final mission by guiding the Ebon Hawk into the Unknown Regions. The Exile and T3-M4 left the explored space, and it is unknown what happened to them.


T3-M4, an expert droid.
"Amused query: I think you will find the odds are somewhat in our favor. Now, will you be giving us the codes, or not?"
―An HK-50 unit, shortly before being destroyed by T3

T3-M4 had many abilities and was fully deserving of the moniker of 'utility droid'. Having never had a memory wipe, he developed a personality and quirks. There is evidence that he was even resistant to memory wipes: if another droid attempted to erase T3-M4's memory, T3 could replicate the other droid's numeric matrices, slice into its system, and short-circuit that droid instead.

T3-M4 could make security and computer spikes and could turn himself into a makeshift workbench which the Jedi Exile used to upgrade or take apart objects in the field. He utilized weapons, such as blasters and disruptors, as well as one of many types of flame-throwers, scramblers, and shock arms. He could be easily fitted with many types of droid armor and other miscellaneous upgrades. The droid was also a master of computer and security slicing.

Behind the scenes

Early concept art of T3-M4.
"Another beep outta you, you're scrap."
―The Jedi Exile to T3-M4, aboard the Ebon Hawk

T3 is likely based on R2-D2, a utility droid from the Star Wars movies, who was also made famous by his limited vocabulary, quirky personality, and comical antics. It is also stated that T3 is an astromech droid, the same classification as R2-D2.

T3-M4's relationship with HK-47 was different than that of C-3PO and R2-D2. T3-M4 and HK-47 did not get along, as seen in some dialogue with the two of them. T3-M4 actually attacks and disables HK-47 at a couple of points in Knights of the Old Republic II.

T3's voice changes significantly from the first game to the second. In KOTOR, his speech is comprised mainly of whistles and musical notes, whereas in KOTOR II, he sounds more like R2-D2. His personality also changes, while he is loyal to his owners in both titles, he is more stoic in the original but somewhat more noble, more assertive, yet slightly more fond of making mischief in the sequel. The personality change is probably due to the addition of more memories, furthering his "eccentricity."

Knights of the Old Republic

During the development of KotOR I, T3-M4 was known as T3-M3. A trace of this designation can be found in script files.

T3-M4 is not the first droid Revan purchased; when Revan first entered Janice Nall's store, he purchased a droid for a "good price". However, before Revan could go very far, this droid broke apart. After Revan returned the defunct droid, he was unable to purchase T3-M4, who was the only other utility droid in the shop. This is due to T3-M4's previous purchase by Canderous Ordo for the Exchange. After Revan met Canderous, though, T3-M4 was given to Revan, to aid him in his quest to break into the Sith Base on Taris. The fact that T3-H8 broke apart just after being bought is notably similar to A New Hope when Owen Lars buys a red astromech droid only for it to be discovered that it has a 'bad motivator.'

The initial price of T3 is 2,000 credits, but the player can use several methods of persuasion to lower the price. A calmer approach with Nall would lower the price to 1,500 while a darker one would make T3-M4 free.

Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

In an early game demo shown at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, T3 was cast as belonging to Bastila Shan.

On the moon Nar Shaddaa the player has the option of selling T3-M4 to a droid dealer. Even if sold, T3-M4 will still come to the Jedi Exile's aid after she is kidnapped and taken aboard Goto's droid yacht. This loyalty is no doubt due to the fact that T3 has not had a memory wipe in his lifetime.

With a high skill rank in Repair and Computer Use, the Exile can improve T3's Constitution, Dexterity and Intelligence as well as learn a Moving Meditation that helps recover Force energy. A high skill rank in Computer Use also gives the Exile the means of unlocking a message hidden in T3's memory core. The message shows Bastila Shan or Carth Onasi depending on Revan's gender and alignment, which can be chosen in the first dialogue with Atton Rand, early in the game.

In cut content, the Exile could ask T3 if he knew Mandalore. It would be here that T3 would display a hologram of Revan leaving Canderous on the edge of the galaxy although the hologram would not be seen by the player.


  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords


Notes and references

  1. Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords: Prima Official Game Guide
  2. The New Essential Guide to Droids
The companions of Revan
Bastila Shan · Canderous Ordo · Carth Onasi · HK-47 · Jolee Bindo
Juhani · Mission Vao · T3-M4 · Zaalbar
The companions of the Jedi Exile
Atton Rand · Bao-Dur · Brianna · Canderous Ordo · G0-T0
HK-47 · Kreia · Mical · Mira · T3-M4 · Visas Marr

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