|Died||3956 BBY, Manaan|
|Chronological and Political information|
|Era||Old Republic Era|
|Known Masters||Unnamed Sith Master|
Young, beautiful and charismatic, Elassa Huros was very seductive in her appearance during her time in the academy. After completing her trials and was selected as an apprentice to a Dark Jedi Master, she showed so much charm to men that she saw. Her master didn't find her very wise in the dark side and would never be talented as a true Sith.
Elassa tried to prove her loyalty as a Sith, and was stationed on Manaan in 3956 BBY while her master was in charge of the Sith Embassy. While she was moving through Ahto City, she set her eyes on a former Galactic Republic agent named Sunry and was engaged in an illicit affair. The two of them began meeting secretly in a hotel. Seeing that he held secrets from the Republic, Elassa decided to feign the retired soldier in order to discover what secrets he carried, so she could deliver it to her master, then to Darth Malak. This was when Sunry soon discovered her true purpose in secret and didn't give any information to her. Elassa tried her best, but her efforts were thwarted when her master told her that she already failed him.
The next day, Elassa was in the hotel room when she abandoned the dark side and decided to tell Sunry the truth. Before he could, she was killed by her Sith comrades that were sent by her master for failing them. After that, Sunry shot her corpse (thinking that she was asleep), left the room, and the Sith set-up Sunry with the hero cross bit. In a twist of fate, Revan was appointed Sunry's arbiter while visiting Ahto City. He discovered the truth behind the case and murder of Elassa, and his discovery weighed heavily upon his defense of Sunry for the murder he had in fact committed.
Behind the scenesEdit
In unused game content, it was possible that Revan could discover a datapad written by Elassa to her Sith Master shortly before her death, inside the Sith Embassy. In it she says that she doesn't believe Sunry knew anything of value, and actually intended to murder him on the very same night the jilted Sunry killed her. Ironically, while Sunry had killed her to save the Republic, he had unknowingly prevented his own death at the same time.
- Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (First mentioned)