Name: 4-A7
Type: Arakyd Industries RA-7 Series Protocol Droid
Degree: 3rd Degree
Class: Protocol Droid
Sensor Color: Silver
Plating Color: Gray
Gender: Masculine programming
Personality Module: Advanced
Status: Destroyed 22 BBY (978 GC) on Teth


Bureaucracy: 3D
Cultures: 4D
Planetary Systems:
Scholar: Culinary Arts 5D
Scholar: Home Economics 4D

Repulsorlift Operation: 2D

Bargain: 4D
Con: 4D



Equipped With:

• Visual Spectrum Scanners
• Vocabulator Speech/ Sound System
• Humanoid Appendages Configuration

Special Abilities:

Move: 9
Height: 2.7 meters
Cost: 12,000
Availability: 2

Background: 4-A7 was a masculine-programmed RA-7 protocol droid and prototype spy droid that served the Confederacy of Independent Systems under Dark Acolyte Asajj Ventress during the Clone Wars, a galactic conflict fought between the Confederacy and the Galactic Republic. During the Battle of Teth in 22 BBY, 4-A7 was stationed at a B’omarr Order Monastery, where the Confederacy had placed Rotta, the kidnapped son of the crime lord Jabba Desilijic Tiure. After the Republic’s Torrent Company defeated the monastery’s battle droid defense, Ventress dispatched 4-A7 to greet their enemies. Masquerading as an old caretaker droid, he claimed they had freed him and informed the company’s Jedi General, Anakin Skywalker, that Rotta was being kept on the detention level.

After Skywalker and his Jedi Padawan, Commander Ahsoka Tano, rescued the infant from his prison, 4-A7 recorded them placing the screaming Rotta into a backpack. The footage was sent to Separatist Head of State Count Dooku on Tatooine, who used it to make Jabba believe the Republic was responsible for the kidnapping. 4-A7’s Separatist loyalties were later uncovered when Tano found him boarding a freighter with several B1 battle droids. Dropping the caretaker act, he ordered the droids to kill Tano to prevent Rotta’s rescue, but she quickly managed to destroy the three combat units. Tano turned her weapon against 4-A7, and, while the protocol droid demanded not to be killed, she swiftly decapitated him.

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