Class: Pilot droid
Gender: Masculine programming
Sensor color: Blue
Plating color: Yellow, rust-colored, and gray
Dodge 4D, Brawling Parry: 3D
Cultures 4D, Planetary Systems 5D, Languages 4D, Streetwise 3D, Survival 4D
Astrogation 5D, Communications 4D, Sensors 4D, Space Transports 5D, Starship Shields 4D
Computer Programming/Repair 4D, Space Transports Repair 5D, Security 3D
Humanoid Body (two arms, two legs, head)
Photoreceptors with Magnification Mode (+1D to Search)
Two Auditory Sensors (Human Range)
Force Sensitive: N
Force Points: 2
Dark Side Points: 0
Character Points: 5
Equipment: 50 Credits
Description: 0G-LC, often simply referred to as 0G, was a droid who piloted the Star Seeker during the High Republic Era. He explored the Outer Rim Territories for the Jedi Order, but after his ship was damaged in an asteroid field, he crash-landed on a planet while on his way to the planet Tenoo. He eventually fixed the ship but was too frightened to pilot it again, opting to remain stranded.
A long time later, in 232 BBY, Jedi younglings tracked 0G-LC down after hearing stories of him as a brave adventurer. While initially resistant to their visit, he ultimately let them onto the Star Seeker and told them of his past failures as a pilot droid. With encouragement and advice from the Jedi, 0G mustered up enough bravery to retake the pilot's seat and fly through the asteroid field, successfully doing so and returning to Tenoo before deciding to continue his exploration mission.
Stranding and searching
0G-LC was a pilot droid of the Jedi Order centuries before 232 BBY. He visited over one hundred worlds in his starship, the Star Seeker, exploring the Outer Rim Territories on behalf of the Jedi and bringing back countless artifacts. While exploring the sector in which the planet Tenoo was located, however, two asteroids within an asteroid field nearly destroyed his ship and forced him to crash-land on a planet nearby Tenoo. The Star Seeker was unable to fly, and 0G-LC was stranded. He eventually fixed the Star Seeker and returned it to flying condition, but he was too scared of the dangerous asteroids to continue his mission and go back to Tenoo.
In 232 BBY, the Tenoo Jedi Temple younglings Kai Brightstar, Lys Solay, and Nubs discovered a star map that tracked the Star Seeker. Receiving permission to pursue it from Jedi Master Zia Zanna, the younglings, along with their pilot friend, Nash Durango, and her droid, RJ-83, traveled to the planet in search of the lost adventurer, about whom they heard stories of bravery. Once they landed, the Jedi went through the thick fog of the planet and found 0G, but he was resistant to visitors and implored them to leave.
The trio then cleared the fog using the Force, allowing them to see the Star Seeker and for 0G-LC to identify them as Jedi. They explained that they found him via the tracker, which the droid remembered he had and for which he was thankful. He shook the hand of each youngling and then informed them of his name, which he forgot for a moment. Inviting them onto his ship, 0G showed the Jedi where he kept his discoveries from his voyages. Brightstar, not realizing that 0G-LC was himself the adventurer about whom he had read, asked what had happened to the pilot, so 0G clarified that it was him and of his past Jedi Order missions.
Return to Tenoo
Solay offered to help fix the Star Seeker and return 0G-LC to Tenoo with them, but the droid told her that he had fixed the ship years prior and was just afraid to try againâ€”he denied his attributed bravery and slumped off to the cockpit. The Jedi decided he just needed encouragement and followed him, with Brightstar giving him a pep talk: he told the droid that everyone had fears but that being brave meant facing them. 0G thus resolved to be Jedi-like and face his fear of flying again. Brightstar had Durango meet the group by 0G's ship, where they planned for the younglings to help 0G-LC fly his ship, following a path through the asteroids that Durango would create.
The two starships took offâ€”0G expressed his fear, but his newfound friends reminded him they were by his side. Near the end of the field, two asteroids threatened to sandwich 0G once again as he had been years prior, but with a nudge from Brightstar to be brave, he found an opening and got through them. He successfully piloted out of the field, much to the squeals of Durango and his passengers. He laughed and exclaimed that he had been brave. When the Star Seeker landed on Tenoo, 0G brought out a purple artifact, which Zanna assured Jedi would study for a long time. 0G then announced that his mission was to continue, for there were many more worlds in the galaxy for him to exploreâ€”Brightstar told the droid that the Jedi would miss him but that he was always welcome to visit. 0G-LC expressed interest in that option and then bade farewell, taking off in the Star Seeker.
0G-LC gained a reputation in the Jedi Order for being a brave, adventurous explorer. After crashing the Star Seeker and fearing to ever fly again, however, he felt that in reality he was not brave. It was only after his newfound Jedi friends offered him words of encouragement that he felt comfortable to try again, though he remained nervous. He was proud of his accomplishment after his flight succeeded. When he first met the Jedi younglings, he took care to introduce himself and use manners. The droid had two arms and two legs and was covered in silver, yellow, gray, and rust-colored plating. He had two blue eye sensors, the left of which was larger than the right, and he had two antennae affixed to his head. He had masculine programming and spoke with a stutter.