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Raven Crow

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Biographical information

Homeworld

Iridonia

Born

10 ABY, Iridonia

Physical description

Species

Zabrak

Gender

Female

Height

1.82 meters

Hair color

Black

Eye color

Blue

Skin Color

Kahki

Cybernetics

Prosthetic left arm

Chronological and political information

Era(s)

Affiliation

Known masters

Known apprentices


"Life is short, but you got to live it while you still can. Master Tano, don't cry, your son is now with the Force. You and your husband Kol Kerz-Tak should both be grateeful, for your son served his purpose, and his legacy will live on. You to, Ahsoka Kerz-Tak shall live your brother's legacy.

-Raven Crow, Jedi Knight

Raven Crow, or nicknamed "Eagle Eye", by her masters and freinds was a Force-sensitive female Zabrak Jedi Knight who served the New Jedi Order and the New Republic, following it's creation. Apprenticed to the wife of Grand Jedi Master Kol Kerz-Tak at the age of seven, she would become a prominent figure in the years of the Yuuzhan Vong War, following the years after her ranking of Padawan. Raven often adressed her master as Master Tano, even though her name was now Ahsoka Kerz-Tak after marrying Kol. Born on Iridonia to a rich family, Raven would be the sole heiress to the fortune following their deaths in 7 ABY, to which she would reject saying that money isn't everything in life. She was born during the years of the Empire Reborn movement, to which she had no idea of.

She was eager to become a strong Jedi Knight, and a good one as well. Unlike the apprentice of her master's daughter, Raven accepted the fact that her master knew abilities of the dark side, which was the whole family, not because she wanted, but because by lkearning it. She knew she couldn't be taught the abilities, for the dangers of it, and what could happen. She was good friends with Kol Kerz-Tak II and her masters daughter Ahsoka Kerz-Tak II.

Raven was a master of the Jar'Kai and the Shien-style reverse grip variant of Form V. She also became a master at martial arts.