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Garvin Delquist
Garvin Delquist
Biographical Information
HomeworldAlmas
Died31 BBY, Almas
Physical Description
SpeciesHuman
GenderMale
Chronological and Political information
EraRise of the Empire Era
Affiliation
  • Forard Research Station
  • Believers

  • Garvin Delquist was a male Human who lived on Almas during the waning years of the Republic Classic era.

    BiographyEdit

    A Force-sensitive Human male from Almas, Garvin Delquist was not admitted into the Old Jedi Order since he was too old. Rather than becoming a Jedi, Delquist worked as a researcher at the Forard Research Station, where he was part of a team studying the kaluthin, a plant created by the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Rivan to make Almas habitable. While he was there, he began to secretly fall in love with Misha Quor-Din, a Padawan who studied at the Almas Academy.

    In the year 31 BBY, something began killing the kaluthin and Delquist traveled to the Almas Sith Fortress to search for any clues about why this was happening. However, he instead found a Sith Amulet, which placed him under the influence of the dark side of the Force. Based in the fortress, Delquist gathered a group of Dark Jedi followers from among the Believers, a Sith Cult that operated on Almas. He had them capture Misha Quor-Din and bring her back to the fortress in order to convince her to join by his side. However, she did not reciprocate the feelings he had for her, pushing him further under the influence of the dark side. He would later face a group of agents that were sent by Master Lanius Qel-Bertuk to rescue Misha from her imprisonment. Garvin engaged the agents, but was easily defeated and was freed from the influence of the dark side.

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