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Saba Sebatyne

this Barabel was one of the leaders of the rogue group of Force-sensitives known as the Wild Knights. Saba and her comrades had been trained by the Jedi Knight Eelysa, during the human's mission to Barab I. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Saba felt that it was time for the Wild Knights to join the Jedi Knights in defending the galaxy. She sent three of her students - her own son Tesar and his hatchmates, Bela and Krasov Hara - to join Luke Skywalker at Eclipse. Later, after the death of Anakin Solo at Myrkr, it was Saba who suggested that the Jedi Knights begin using Force-melds to join their minds together with the Force, using their combined might in battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. Her suggestion was two-fold, to assist the New Republic's military and to help the Jedi Knights - especially Tahiri Veila - regain a measure of their humanity in the face of devastating loss and anguish. Saba remained part of Luke Skywalker's inner circle of advisors, and she continued to fight against the Yuuzhan Vong invaders. When her hatchmate, Reswa, was to have her coming-of-age ceremony, Saba returned to Barab I, only to find the world engulfed in flames. The Yuuzhan Vong had reduced the planet's surface to bubbling lava and eliminated all lifeforms. Angry and hurt, Saba attacked the remaining transport ship and its coralskipper escort. Unknown to Saba was the fact that the transport was a slaveship which held all the surviving Barabels, who were to be enslaved by the alien invaders. As she destroyed the transport, Saba watched in horror as Barabel bodies spewed out. Later, after returning to Master Skywalker, Saba was forced to admit that death was probably better for her people than slavery. Nevertheless, Saba felt responsible for the death of her people, and fought back against the Yuuzhan Vong with a vengeance. That fire was quenched somewhat when Master Skywalker asked her to accompany him on a mission to locate Zonama Sekot. Saba took the offer as Master Skywalker intended it, as a way to take the hunt back to the enemy. An unexpected outcome of Saba's loss at Barab I was a heightened Force-sense for life. Saba found that she could sense life around her in greater detail, and could even sense when another being was ill. It was not quite a healer's skill, but something that Saba used on many occasions to help her fellow Jedi. This ability brought her closer to the Chadra-Fan healer Tekli, as the two worked together to try and heal Tahiri Veila and, later, Gilad Pellaeon. When the Yuuzhan Vong then attacked Borosk in an effort to eliminate the Imperials, Saba volunteered - along with Danni Quee - to infiltrate a slaveship to liberate the captured Imperials and destroy the ship from within. Their actions in freeing the surviving Imperials earned her the respect of Pellaeon and several other military leaders. Later, after the Jedi had finally located Zonama Sekot, Saba felt herself drawn into the planet's immense lifeforce. She felt more at home on the rogue planet than on her own homeworld, and this helped her see that in locating the planet and proving that the Jedi indeed looking for a peaceful resolution to the war, she had acquitted herself of the loss of Barab I. Saba found a new resolve to help settle the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. During the final stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong, after the living planet Zonama Sekot agreed to help bring about an end to the conflict, Saba was one of several Jedi Knights were bonded to seed-partners and provided with Sekotan starships. When the Colony began its expansion toward Chiss space, Saba was among the Jedi Masters gather by Master Skywalker to investigate the disapperance of several Jedi Knights. Among the seven missing Jedi was Tesar. Saba was the first to discover that Welk had survived the crash of the Tachyon Flier, after doing battle with him on Jwlio. Upon her recovery from the injuries she sustained from Welk, Saba was surprised when Leia Organa Solo pledged to become a full Jedi Knight, and asked Saba to be her Master. Saba gladly agreed.
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