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The Ewok village shaman at the time of the start of the Battle of Endor, but he was stripped of that title before the battle concluded.
When he first took on the role--an indeterminate number of years before the Battle of Endor--he was revered as both a great former warrior and a master magician. However, as his practices became better known, many of the younger Ewoks, like Wicket, objected to his use of animal sacrifice. He took these objections as a form of oppression. He felt that a segment of the Ewok population was standing in the way of the free expression of his craft. His case was not particularly helped by the fact that he had a gruff and forbidding exterior.
The tensions grew to a head during the Battle of Endor, when eventually Chief Chirpa removed him as medicine man, replacing him with Paploo. He attempted thereafter to curse the village, but the Golden One (C3P0)--probably with the help of Luke Skywalker--removed it. Logray was subsequently cast out of the village and written out of the village's history.
Both Wicket and Teebo have served as his apprentices, with the latter being a much more suitable student.
Despite the above "official" account of his life, he is a main character in the Ewoks comic, with only hints of this character development being shown. It can be postulated, then, that most of Ewoks happens prior to the arrival of the Rebel Alliance on Endor.
First Appearance: None listed.
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Classic Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1994)
TPB Ewoks (1985)
- 'The Comic Book Adaptation'
#1 Ewoks Annual (1989)
- 'The Rainbow Bridge'#2
- 'Rites of Power?'#3
- 'Flight to Danger'#6
- 'The Ice Demon'#7#8#9#10
- 'The Demons of Endor'#11#12#13#14
- 'King for a Day'
Star Comics Magazine (1986)
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