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Qi’ra From ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Appears in Her Own ‘Forces of Destiny’ Short

Qi’ra is one of the latest additions to the Star Wars universe, having been introduced in Solo: A Star Wars Story.

According to the Star Wars databank, “Despite her youth, Qi’ra is Dryden Vos’s most trusted lieutenant, and an increasingly important Crimson Dawn operative. She has risen far above the bleak conditions of her youth on Corellia, where she lived in the sewers with the notorious White Worms gang.”

For someone so young, she’s lived a tough life, doing things she’s not proud of and things that will inevitably come back to haunt her.

Before we jump ahead of ourselves, however, Qi’ra also made an appearance in a new Forces of Destiny animated short. In “Triplecross,” written by Nicole Dubuc, Hondo teams up with bounty hunter droid IG-88 to capture Qi’ra, but having been in tighter situations before, she manages to outsmart both of them by pitting them against each other.

While she’s portrayed by Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) in Solo, Qi’ra in Forces of Destiny is voiced by Olivia Hack (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Avatar: The Last Airbender).

What are your thoughts on the latest Forces of Destiny episode and the fact that Qi’ra and Hondo know each other? Share them in the comments section below.

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1 comment on “Qi’ra From ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Appears in Her Own ‘Forces of Destiny’ Short

  1. So all of my friends who saw Solo before me teased me by letting me know that (spoiler alert) there is a big connection to Clone Wars in it. And I got excited. And then this short came up, and suddenly I was worried that The Big Clone Wars Thing in Solo was something to do with Hondo. And I was horrified because I am… not the biggest fan of Hondo. But then it turned out to be something else, and now I’m happy that Q’ira’s story overlaps with Clone Wars characters in *two* different ways. :D

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