Oppo Rancisis

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Oppo Rancisis
Biographical information



206 BBY


Dead but dreaming

Physical description

Great Old One




1.38 m (Euclidean measurements)

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Personal shit
Chronological and political information
  • Rise of the Empire era
  • Strange aeons
  • Jedi
  • Great Old Ones
"Eat this apple, whats the worst that can happen?"
―Oppo Rancisis

Oppo Rancisis, also known as The Dread Oppho, Aupoa the Undying, once characterized by the mad Sith sage Kaman al-Phoom as the "thing that cannot be described," was the nameless horror that slept, dead but dreaming, somewhere in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, where a racial memory preserved his nightmarish visage as the epitome of all that is evil, disgusting, and immortal.

Before joining the Jedi Order Rancisis was a mercenary turned criminal bounty hunter, after saving the President from New York and later rescuing the chacellors daughter from Los Angeles he was accepted as a Jedi initiate.

"Badger badger badger badger badger badger mushroom mushroom. Badger badger badger badger badger badger OPPO RANCISIS!!"
― Oppo Rancisis and Jedi younglings playing an in-universe version of duck duck goose

Rancisis served on the Jedi Council during the Separatist Crisis, making damn sure he never traveled in the same starship as Mace Windu and offering advice in the form of deranged dreams projected into the minds of his hapless cultists. Many such cults arose around Rancisis during the Clone Wars, in the mountains of Manarai and the depths of the undercity, whose leaders were said to be deathless and soulless. Such cults sought to avoid the coming day of doom when Rancisis would dream the destruction of all life. In the meantime, Rancisis was apprenticed to Yaddle for a time and participated in the siege of Saleucami.

Rancisis was killed by Jedi traitor Sora Bulq, but death was hardly a setback for the Great Old Jedi Master... for as written in the Opponomicon: "That is not dead which can eternal lie / For he's a jolly good fellow, which nobody can deny."