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Kirtan Loor

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Bio:
Imperial intelligence officer assigned to head CorSec at the end of the Galactic Civil War. His policies, indeed almost his mere presence, drove a wedge through CorSec's membership, and eventually led to a kind of Civil War that rocked Corellian society until nearly 30 years after Episode IV.

He, though, was less concerned with how he was impacting Corellian society, and rather how much damage he thought Ysanne Isard was doing to the wider Empire. Like many higher-ranking officials following the death of Palpatine, he believed he could probably run the Empire better. He therefore made a failed bid to take down Isard's government. When it went sour, he turned himself into his bitterest Corellian rivals, Iella Wessiri and Corran Horn. His plan for Imperial leadership now gone, he hoped that by testifying for the Republic against the Empire, he could at least save his own life.

Unfortunately he was killed while being transported to the relative safety of a Republic court. HIs assassin was Iella's husband, Diric, who had been brainwashed by Isard.

In death, though, Loor fiunally defeated Isard. On his person following his murder was a datacard which revealed the locations of every Imperial on Coruscant. Iella used this information to kill Isard, while the Republic used it to swiftly clear Coruscant of remaining Imperial loyalists.

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First Appearance: Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron (1995) #26

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Star Wars: X-Wing Rogue Squadron (1995)


Group Affiliation(s):
Corellian Security Force (CorSec)
Galactic Empire (First)

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