General Grievous

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Cyborg, Jedi-killing leader of the Separatist's Droid Army

General Grievous was an infamous warlord of his native Kalee. Back on his homeplanet he gained a reputation for the successuful war campaigns he led against his peoples long-time nemeses, the insect-like Huk. Following a near fatal crash while onboard his spaceship, which may or may not have been engineered by Darth Sidious, Grievous was given the opportunity by the Separatist San Hill to be rebuilt with a new cyborg body along with a new calling...as leader of the Separatist's Droid Army. Grievous, at first appalled by the loss of his body-and his dignity- accepted the offer, on the condition that they leave his eyes as they were, and was reborn into the twisted alien/cyborg hybrid that became feared throughout the galaxy for his nasty penchant of using his Sith-training to slaughter Jedi and take their lightsabers as trophies, which he did as retribution for the Republic support of the Huk.

While on Xagobah hunting down Wat Tambor, Boba encountered the Droid General and his bodyguards who were there to protect the Techno Union Foreman. Using a holoshroud given to him by Ygabba, Boba disguised himself to look like Durge, not that it helped as Grievous gave the order for him to be destroyed. In pain from his battle with the bodyguards, Boba did the best thing he knew to do and faked his death by using the Xabar fungus to produce it's death-like effects.


  • "Boba Fett - A New Threat" by Elizabeth Hand

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Wookipedia entries: [Huk], [Kalee]

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