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Arranda, Zak

this orphan, once a native of the planet Alderaan, traveled the galaxy with his sister, Tash, and their uncle, Hoole. Hoole took care of the children after their parents were killed when the first Death Star destroyed Alderaan. The children had been away on a field trip when the destruction occurred. The three were wanted by the Empire for a number of supposed crimes. Zak was a little over a year younger than Tash, and while he had some affinity for the Force, Zak was extremely adept with technology. He could return most computers and systems to working order, given the right parts and some time. Zak was declared clinically dead when they stopped on the planet Necropolis to purchase a new starship. After befriending Kairn, Zak was drawn into Doctor Evazan's plans to create armies of reanimated zombies. He injected Zak with the diluted juice of cryptberries, then injected him with reanimation serum. Zak was then buried, and Evazan hoped that the boneworms would soon begin burrowing into his body to locate bone marrow. It was Zak who discovered that the B'omarr monk Grimpen was working with Jabba the Hutt to transfer criminal brains into new bodies, and rescued his sister from a similar fate while in the crimelord's palace on Tatooine.
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