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Section of Site: Characters D6Belongs to Faction: IndependentSubtype: DROIDSEra: Post EmpireCanon: Yes

Name: Q9-0 {Zero}
Date destroyed: 9 ABY, Razor Crest
Gender: Masculine programming
Sensor color: Silver
Plating color: Dark gray

Dexterity: 2D
         Blaster 5D+1, Dodge 4D+2, Brawling Parry: 5D
Knowledge: 1D
Perception: 2D
         Search 4D
Strength: 2D
         Brawling 5D
Mechanical: 3D
         Communications 5D, Sensors 5D, Space Transports 7D, Starship Weapons 5D,
Technical: 2D
         Computer Programming/Repair 5D, Security 6D

Equipped with:
         Humanoid Body (two arms, two legs, head)
         Broadband photoreceptors with anti-glare coating - Improved sensor package allowing low-light vision
         Interface connection port (+1D to Computer Programming. Security)
         Two Audio Sensors

Move: 9
Size: 1.7 meters tall

Equipment: 100 Credits
         EE-3 Blaster (5D damage), Repair Kit,

Description: Q9-0, also known as Zero or Z, was a droid who worked as a mercenary during the time of the New Republic. Zero was part of a team of mercenaries, consisting of Mayfeld, Burg, Xi'an, and the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian, hired by Ranzar Malk to rescue Qin, a prisoner aboard a New Republic transport. During the mission, the team betrayed the Mandalorian and left him behind, and Zero, who stayed aboard the bounty hunter's gunship Razor Crest, discovered a child who the Mandalorian had previously rescued from a client of the Bounty Hunters' Guild. Zero attempted to kill the child, but was destroyed by the Mandalorian, who had managed to escape.

During the time of the New Republic, Q9-0 worked as a mercenary. In 9 ABY, Zero was part of a team of mercenaries recruited by Ranzar Malk to rescue Qin, an associate who had been imprisoned aboard a New Republic prison ship. The team was led by the former Imperial sharpshooter Mayfeld, and consisted of the Devaronian muscle Burg and the Twi'lek Xi'an. Malk also hired the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian, requiring the use of his gunship, the Razor Crest, as it was not on the grid of either the Galactic Empire or the New Republic.

The mercenaries gathered aboard the space station where Malk operated, and Mayfeld introduced the Mandalorian to Q9-0. Zero inspected the Razor Crest, finding a distorted holographic message from Greef Karga of the Bounty Hunters' Guild in its communications system. While the team planned the mission, Zero disembarked from the Razor Crest, remarking on several issues with the ship. Zero, who was chosen to pilot the Razor Crest due to the maneuvers required to land on the prison transport without being detected, reassured the Mandalorian of his superior response time. Once the crew had boarded the gunship, Q9-0 piloted the ship out of the station's hangar and into hyperspace.

Some time later, Q9-0 dropped the Razor Crest out of hyperspace, and approached the prison transport. After cloaking the ship's signal, Zero maneuvered the Razor Crest along their planned path, landing on the transport. The team boarded the transport while Zero waited aboard the Razor Crest, accessing the transport's systems. Q9-0 led the team to the control room, disabling surveillance on board the prison ship. When the crew reached the control room, Zero was reluctant to open the door, detecting an organic signature inside. The crew entered, finding the New Republic soldier Davan, who Xi'an killed. As he died, Davan activated a tracker, and Zero informed the crew of a New Republic distress signal homing in on them.

The crew found Qin's cell, rescuing the prisoner. However, the mercenaries turned on the Mandalorian, trapping him in the cell and leaving him for the incoming New Republic attack team. Meanwhile, Zero continued to look at the Razor Crest's communications, viewing Karga's full message, which spoke of making a delivery to a client. The Mandalorian managed to escape the cell, and Zero warned Mayfeld of the situation. The Razor Crest's communications ceased to function, preventing the crew and Zero from making contact. Behind him, Zero noticed a child—the asset that Karga spoke of delivering in his message, which the Mandalorian had rescued from his client, going against the Bounty Hunters' Guild.

Zero picked up his blaster rifle and went to search for the child, who was hiding elsewhere in the ship. While Q9-0 hunted for the child, the Mandalorian managed to defeat the other members of the team, locking them in a cell on the prison ship. Zero located the child in a hidden compartment of the ship, and aimed his rifle. However, the Mandalorian boarded the Razor Crest, and shot Zero in the back, destroying the droid.


As a droid, Q9-0 had a faster response time and a higher intellect than organic beings. He was able to use this to his advantage when piloting, and could make maneuvers that were impossible for others to do. Zero was able to operate a starship by connecting to it via a socket, and did not need to physically operate the controls. During the rescue of Qin, Zero sliced into the transport's systems, and was able to deactivate security measures on the ship.

Zero's programming was described as "rough" by Ranzar Malk. The droid boasted about his superiority over organics to the Mandalorian, and also openly insulted the state of the bounty hunter's ship, the Razor Crest, pointing out its faults and questioning why the use of the ship was required. Q9-0 had a bipedal form, with two arms and two legs. His plating was dark gray in color, and he had two large silver-colored photoreceptors.


Zero carried an EE-3 carbine rifle, and wore several equipment pouches strapped to his torso. Ranzar Malk owned a number of starships at his space station, which Q9-0 was familiar with piloting. While carrying out the rescue of Qin, Zero flew the Razor Crest, the gunship owned by the Mandalorian.

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