Darth Ramage
Darth Ramage
Biographical Information
Physical Description
Eye colorRed (Dark Side)
Skin colorGreen
Chronological and Political Information
EraRise of the Empire Era
AffiliationOrder of the Sith Lords

Darth Ramage was a Twi'lek male Sith scientist who lived in an unknown period of time before the blockade of Naboo and was the creator of a Sith Holocron. In 32 BBY, the holocron was collected by Lorn Pavan. After the Clone Wars came to an end, the holocron was kept at the Imperial Palace until it was stolen from Haninum Tyk Rhinann. When he fled from his master, he took it and gave it to Jax Pavan, the leader of the small group he joined. I-5YQ recognized the holocron as this again, that he and Jax's father had tried to buy. Darth Vader trying to get the holocron along with the last remaining medically effective dose Bota and bars Pyronium Jax Pavan.


A Twi'lek male, Darth Ramage became a Dark Lord of the Sith and scientist who was part of the lineage of Darth Bane, the creator of the Rule of Two. During his lifetime, Ramage created a Sith Holocron that contained instructions relating to the combination of bota and pyronium. Ramage also performed experiments on the Cephalons, a sentient species that could perceive past and future events through time, to explore the possibility of harnessing the power of time travel.

Centuries later in 32 BBY, the holocron was found by Lorn Pavan, who collected it from Zippa to acquire, but it came to no conclusion of their negotiations. After the Clone Wars, a conflict between the Old Galactic Republic and the Separatist Alliance, came to an end, Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine reformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire and the holocron of Ramage was kept in an Imperial Palace on Coruscant. A year after the Empire was born, a Sith Lord named Darth Vader attempted to track down the holocron after it was stolen from him, since he believed that Ramage's instructions would aid his efforts to use bota and pyronium to augment his connection to the Force. While Ramage's instructions would have been helpful to Lord Vader's quest, they were not vital, and Vader was unconcerned when he was unable to recover the holocron.