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Han Solo


Han Solo's history can be traced back only to the time when he served as a cadet for the Imperial Army. Han came from the planet Corellia, a planet known for its great pilots and large starships. He joined the Imperial Army as a cadet and was given the title Solo by Drawd Munbrin, a chief recruitment officer of from the Galactic Empire.


Post Imperial soldier, he became a smuggler under the employment of Jabba the Hutt, a Hutt gangster and crime boss. He became so good at his job as a smuggler than he even completed the Kessel Run, a smuggling route in hyperspace that not so many dare to adventure, in his Millennium Falcon.


On one of his smuggling jobs, he chooses to double cross Jabba the Hutt, making him a wanted individual by the crime boss and owing him a lot of money. He travelled, running from his possibly bad fate against Jabba until he crossed paths with Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and their team of rebels. He gets caught up in the rebellion and agrees to fight with The Alliance, handing a heavy hand in multiple battles with them . He helped Princess Leia escape the Death Star fought in the Battle of Yavin, giving Luke the opportunity to destroy the Superweapon.


After the Battle of Hoth, Han Solo became more attached to Princess Leia, ultimately falling in love with her. He sought refuge in her together with his friends Chewbacca and C-3PO on Cloud City, where they were capture by Darth Vader and Has was frozen in carbonite to be sent back to Jabba. A few months later he is rescued by his friends, and they return to The Alliance, where Han is promoted and made General, in command of the Pathfinders.


Pursuing in his love for Princess Leia, Han ended up having an impressive family network as the husband of Princess Leia Organa, making him the son-in-law to Anakin Skywalker and Senator Padmé Amidala, and brother-in-law to Luke Skywalker, the hero of the Galactic Civil War. His best friend was a wookie named Chewbacca, who was also his trusted pilot who vowed a debt of life to him.