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Sunn-Childe, Cody

this anti-Imperial radical was one of Mon Mothma's early supporters, during the formation of the Alliance. An unusual humanoid being with a frog-like face and tall pointed ears, Sunn-Childe later left the Alliance and a life of violence behind. He established a base of operations on an unusual starship, which resembled a floating jungle with a dome-covered city at its core. This starship was capable of inter-dimensional travel, and escaped the known galaxy for many years until Lando Calrissian and Chewbacca stumbled upon it, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. It was on this strange ship that Sunn-Childe and his followers sought to escape from the madness of the Galactic Civil War, after Sunn-Childe himself emerged rejuvenated from the fires maintained by the M'ust race. It was from the M'ust that Sunn-Childe learned to control his desire for violence, and eventually became a peace-loving individual. It was from the Flame-God of the M'ust that Sunn-Childe claimed to have learned the ability to bring his dreams to life, a skill that allowed him to build his wondrous spacecraft and travel between dimensions. However, all his repressed violence manifested itself as the jungle outside the city, where dangerously wild M'ust patrolled the environs, contained only through tremendous effort on the part of Sunn-Childe himself. When Captain Plikk and her Imperial forces discovered the inter-dimensional location of Sunn-Childe's floating city, she tried to destroy it using the combined firepower of her ships. Sunn-Childe's anger at being attacked flared up, manifesting itself as powerful demons that crippled the Imperial ships. Appalled at his own violence, Sunn-Childe and his majordome Beelyard decided that there could be no peace without sacrifice. Knowing that the Imperial ships were badly damaged, Sunn-Childe called off the demon attack, allowing Plikk to restart her own assault. Plikk used energy from her ships' hyperdrives to destroy Sunn-Childe's floating city, but in doing so she stranded her fleet in the interdimensional nothingness.
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