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Vanat
Vanat
Biographical Information
HomeworldZakuul
Died3635 BBY, Asylum
Physical Description
SpeciesHuman
GenderFemale
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBrown
Skin colorDark
Chronological and Political information
EraOld Republic Era
AffiliationScions of Zakuul


The Heart of Scyva is heavy with loss. In her pain, we lash out.—Maral[src]

Tersu was a Human female from the planet Zakuul who was a member of the Scions of Zakuul, a subgroup of the Knights of Zakuul that specialized in Force visions and were obsessed with the idea of fate. A fair-skinned woman with brown hair and brown eyes, Tersu wielded a magenta-colored lightsaber in battle like other Scions. After Emperor Arcann ordered the massacre of the Scions around the time of his ascension to the throne of the Eternal Empire, Tersu was among the few Scions who escaped the purge and settled in an enclave on the shadowport Asylum under the leadership of Heskal.

Around 3635 BBY, the Scions summoned the figure known as the Outlander to Asylum and tested the foreigner to determine why they could not see the Outlander's future. Along with other Scions, Tersu attacked the Outlander in a series of combat tests that ultimately revealed the presence of Valkorion, the Immortal Emperor, within the Outlander's mind. The Scions promised their loyalty to the Outlander, but Heskal later betrayed the Scions and the Outlander to Arcann and drew him to Asylum, as his visions led him to believe it was necessary to force a confrontation. Arcann massacred Tersu and the other Scions just before the Outlander's arrival, sparking the Battle of Asylum.

BiographyEdit

A fair-skinned woman with black hair and brown eyes, Vanat inhabited the world of Zakuul, the main base of the Eternal Empire that was formed by Valkorion. While growing up, Vanat was very strong in the Force and due to his deep connection, he joined the Scions of Zakuul, a subgroup of the Zakuulan Knights that specialized in Force Visions. Sometime near the end of the Galactic War, Vanat was among the Scions that received the news of Emperor Valkorion's death. Knowing that he was assassinated by his son Arcann and daughter Vaylin, Vanat and the Scions would stand against Arcann. However, Arcann was aware of their betrayal and ordered the massacre of the Scions around the time of his ascension to the throne of the Eternal Empire. Remaining strong in the light, Vanat and many Scions managed to escape the purge and settled in an enclave on the shadowport Asylum under the leadership of Heskal.

Five years later, during Arcann's reign as Emperor of the Eternal Empire and ruler of the entire galaxy, Vanat and a group of Scions, that remained in the Asylum, summoned the figure known as the Outlander to spacesport and tested the foreigner to determine why they could not see the Outlander's future. Along with a few Scions that were ready to test him, Vanat took part in attacking the Outlander in a series of combat tests that ultimately revealed the presence of Valkorion, the Immortal Emperor, within the Outlander's mind. Seeing that the Outlander was the beacon of hope, Vanat and the Scions promised their loyalty and to assist the Outlander in overthrowing Arcann from his Eternal Throne. Their efforts to succeed was thrawted when Heskal later betrayed the Scions and the Outlander to Arcann and drew him to Asylum, as his visions led him to believe it was necessary to force a confrontation. Vanat and the other Scions battled against Arcann, but the Emperor proved himself to be too strong and slew them just before the Outlander's arrival, sparking the Battle of Asylum.

Behind the scenesEdit

Vanat appears in Chapter VI: Asylum in Knights of the Fallen Empire, a 2015 Digital Expansion to the video game Star Wars: The Old Republic.

AppearancesEdit

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