|Died||c. 3643 BBY, Dromund Kaas|
|Chronological and Political information|
|Era||Old Republic Era|
|Affiliation||True Sith Empire|
“Apparently, my father isn't the only one living in a dream world. You can't kill a Sith, you silly!”—Vereta Fraabaal
Vereta Fraabaal was a Human female Sith apprentice in the time of the Cold War. Born as a Forceful User, she was the daughter of Admiral Fraabaal, Vereta was trained as a Sith on Dromund Kaas, eventually becoming an apprentice of the Sith Lord, Grathan. After Lord Grathan's decision to go rogue, Vereta remained loyal to him, one of many apprentices withstanding the siege of his estate by the Imperial Military.
Her father decided to hire a Bounty Hunter, the future Grand Champion of the Great Hunt, to kill her due to the political implications of Grathan's betrayal. The bounty hunter found her and engaged the Sith Acolyte in a duel. Vereta was defeated, shocked that she could be beaten by a being who is not a Forceful User. She realized her folly in following Grathan's ways, and realized that her master had lied to her about her strength. Still in disbelief that she could be defeated by a common bounty hunter, the hunter killed her.
Personality and TraitsEdit
Like many Sith, Vereta was very confident in her abilities in the Dark Side. She was also very loyal to Grathan even after he went rogue. She believed that common bounty hunters couldn't kill Sith. Despite her strength and confidence, she knew she wasn't invincible. She admitted to the Hunter that she could be killed by a more powerful Sith or a lucky Jedi, or an explosion, but not by a bounty hunter. She also considered imprisonment worse than death, as such when she protests if the Hunter decides to take her back to her father.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Behing the ScenesEdit
In the light side option, the bounty hunter freezes Vereta in carbonite and takes her to her father instead of killing her, which the Sith apprentice sees as a fate worse than death. Mako will favor that option. Upon returning to Admiral Fraabaal, he is dismayed about having Verata brought to him alive, though he thanks the hunter after expressing regret at trying to have her killed. He plans to have her locked until she comes to her senses.
- Star Wars: The Old Republic (First appearance)