Biographical Information
Died22 BBY, Susevfi
Physical Description
Chronological and Political Information
EraRise of the Empire Era
  • Old Jedi Order (Formerly)
  • Old Galactic Republic (Formerly)
  • Separatist Alliance
  • Dark Acolytes
  • Jensaarai
  • Known ApprenticesMei

    Sukarr was a male Miraluka Jedi Knight who formerly served the Old Jedi Order until he fell to the dark side and became one of the leaders of the Jensaarai cult.


    A male Miraluka who was Force-sensitive, Sukarr was brought to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant where he would be trained in the ways of the Force by the Old Jedi Order. Ascending to the rank of Jedi Knight, Sukarr abandoned the Order when the Clone Wars, a growing conflict between the Old Galactic Republic and the Separatist Alliance spread throughout the galaxy, and fell to the dark side alongside his companion Nikkos Tyris. Traveling with the Anzati to Susevfi, Sukarr fathered a daughter, Mei, and trained her in his practice.

    On Susevfi, Tyris led his followers down the path to the dark side, studying an ancient Sith manuscript to learn their dark techniques. The cult, which Tyris dubbed the Jensaarai, would grow into a large enough threat to cause the Jedi Council concern. As the Clone Wars progressed, the group was approached by Count Dooku, leader of the Separatists and the alter ego of Sith Lord Darth Tyranus. Dooku gifted Tyris with a Sith holocron favored by former Anzati Jedi Volfe Karkko and convinced the cult leader to join the Separatist war effort. Granting the Jensaarai members the title of Dark Acolytes within the ranks of the Separatist Droid Army, Sukarr was stationed with Tyris on Susevfi during the early days of the war against the Republic.

    A month before the war started, the Jedi Order dispatched the Knights Nejaa Halcyon, Ylenic It'kla, and Desertwind to remove the Jensaari leadership. Attacking their fortress on Susevfi, the Jedi engaged Tyris, Sukarr, and Dustrose, in an attempt to remove the Jensaari from the war. Over the course of the fighting, all three Jensaarai fell, with the Jedi known as Desertwind delivering the fatal blow to this individual.