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Rodan, Fyor

this man, a native of the planet Commenor, was a member of the New Republic Advisory Council. As a Senator, he opposed the formation of a new Jedi Council, shortly before the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Many rumors spoke of Rodan's own ties to the smugglers that the vigilante Jedi led by Kyp Durron were taking out of business, and hinted that his dislike of the Jedi was based more on lost profits than anything else. However, these rumors were not true of Fyor, but his older brother Tormak. Later, Rodan threw in his support to Borsk Fey'lya, who argued for the defense of Bothawui when it was learned that the Yuuzhan Vong were going to attack either Bothawui of Corellia. Rodan believed that the Jedi had manipulated the information in order to force the New Republic into a poor position, which would leave the door open for the Jedi to take control of the galaxy. He went so far as to call the Jedi way a "quaint philosophy" in the presence of Luke Skywalker. Shortly afterward, Rodan was one of few members of the Advisory Council to reach Borleias, in the wake of the Second Battle of Coruscant. He joined the self-appointed Chief of State Pwoe in trying to take control of the Republic's future, but realized that Pwoe was really only in the game for his own personal agenda. When the remnants of the Republic called for a meeting on Calamari, Rodan abandoned Pwoe and returned to the rightful Republic. However, he held no more love for the Jedi or their efforts with the war, and made sure to take every public opportunity to belittle Luke Skywalker and the Jedi. His bid to become the Republic's Chief of State was thwarted when Cal Omas was elected, but Rodan grudgingly swore to work with Omas and the new Jedi High Council to help turn the tide of battle against the Yuuzhan Vong.
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