Hallina was the Queen of Naboo whose term lasted through 21 ABY, when the planet was invaded by the Galactic Minority, managed by the President Broasca Nar. Following an unfavorable result of a membership referendum which they arranged, the woman was sentenced to a death penalty, while secretly being hidden in a cellar upon the failure of the execution. However, her distress call was eventually not left without a reaction from the New Republic Chancellor Grewpsha, whose ambassadors — in the person of Commissioner for Interior Lanever Villecham, barman Dexter Jettster, and Jedi padawan Ben Solo — soon freed the Monarch in effort to join forces in fleeing from the Royal Mansion, after Broasca Nar was meanwhile murdered by Uahoo, who consequently took over the authority. In spite of the escape succeeding, the monarch was knocked-out by Lanever Villecham at the end of the mission as a result of being considered a fake. Uahoo himself, in turn, was defeated by Luke Skywalker and the droid R2-D2, who contacted Chancellor Grewpsha to inform of a rescue being needed at glance.
In 22 ABY Hosnian Prime, the Capital of the New Republic, upon which Hallina was present, was attacked by the Galactic Minority's forces commanded by Uahoo. In order to convince the Commissioner for Cultural Politics Rawse Varta to show him the way to activate the obsidian ring, Uahoo threatened her to kill Hallina. Not having obtained what was wanted, the user of the Force murdered the helpless woman.
Hallina was born on the planet of Naboo in a human family, and at some point of her life she was elected Queen of the entire sovereign system.
Galactic Minority's attackEdit
Excuse me, the what? You murdered Queen Hallina?
—Lanever Villecham gets cross with the news he hears.
In 21 ABY the planet was invaded by the Galactic Minority under the leadership of Broasca Nar. In the hope to obtain help, Hallina sent a range of requests to Grewpsha, the then Chancellor of the New Republic.
Within a few days following the invasion, Broasca Nar ordered a referendum to be carried out. His personal aim included in by this activity was to formalize the act of invasion for Hallina to be sentenced to a death penalty as soon as the society expressed an approval of joining the movement's members. While initially planned to be beheaded, she was eventually defended by her Padma Elite Guard, and resulting from this the monarch was detained in a basement under the Royal Hall along with her guard. Broasca Nar, on the other hand, became the de facto king with the authority received informally.
Hallina's distress call eventually did not remain ignored. A few days following her fake death Chancellor Grewpsha decided to have a diplomatic mission run to Naboo. For that reason, she allocated that to the Commissioner for Interior Lanever Villecham, who was supposed to arrive on the planet together with Jedi padawan Ben Solo and barman Dexter Jettster. On their way to the planet, Villecham contacted the Chancellor to make certain that his knowledge was complete enough to run the upcoming conversation in the demanded way. During the talk, the Head of State placated him when he became furious due to the unlawful invasion on the planetary system. In conclusion, she summarized that the New Republic could not intervene in worlds' local issues as far as that and emphasized that the signals which she used to receive from the Queen were not regularly sent anymore. At these words, the Tarsunt poetically conveyed a doubt about a potentially positive cause of the sudden silence.
Hello, I'm Hallina, the Queen of this system. I was supposed to be beheaded, but I was finally saved by my Padmas.
—Hallina introduces to the ambassadors.
As the discussion between the New Republic ambassadors and Broasca Nar lasted on, it appeared not to go to plan. Having noticed that uncomfortable fact, Lanever Villecham asked his speaker for a contact to the Queen. In response, however, he was only told that she had been beheaded the previous month, directly after a referendum brought an approval of the planet's membership in the Minority. Those words triggered Lanever Villecham so far as to go furious, and eventually made him shout at his speaker. It was then that the room was entered by Uahoo. The Tusken Raider immediately murdered the Neimoidian and illegitimately obtained the authority entitled to him, which — on the other side — was factually ascribed to the cellar-detained Hallina. Despite all, the negotiators managed to leave the chamber and escaped as a result.
On their way, the envoys found themselves in the Royal Hall, under whose floor Hallina was being detained with her Padmas. Their distress voices were originally heard by Ben Solo, who then shared the news with Dexter Jettster and Lanever Villecham. As soon as he realized that, the former was the first to start searching for, and eventually find, the flap leading to their prison. After that, he lifted that, and when he saw a woman inside, he asked the Commissioner what next to do with her. The Tarsunt told him to get her out, as he wanted to find out what she was doing there. The barman did what he was wanted to, and following that Lanever Villecham approached her, kissed her hand, and introduced himself, highlighting the office he held. When asked who she was, Hallina introduced herself as well as claimed to be the monarch of the system. That brought the senator a doubt of her intention. He therefore apologized politely and flatly emphasized that he remembered being told of her death. In response, she admitted to having being sentenced tp being beheaded but also mentioned that her padmas of the Elite Guard eventually stood by her side to save her from it. As soon as asked who those were, she pointed at five woman worn in orange leaving the basement room in the meantime.
Dexter Jettster first approached the Padmas to kiss their hands. Lanever Villecham, in turn, went up to the woman Hallina to have a closer look at her. In the very end, he assumed that she was as trustworthy a double or a robot would be and therefore considered her to be either one of those. After a moment, the man asked her whether she had any idea what to do next, addressing to her as virgin. It was then than Ben Solo joined the talk, owning up to having considered an escape. He ultimately rejected it, though, as it seemed not to be a real plan, considering the Minority could not let them go despite an optional attempt at this. Listening to those words, the monarch touched her chin and slightly winked her eyes to focus on conceiving a better solution. After that, she enthusiastically said that all they needed was nothing more difficult than getting out of the Theed Mansion, which she claimed to be the only sector under the movement's control. With the padmas' hands kissed in full, Dexter Jettster suggested taking control over the ship instead of an attempt at escape. In spite of Lanever's positive reaction to that idea, Hallina denied its sense rather than confirmed it. She thus concluded that it would result in them leaving the planet together with the mansion's people, such as droids and Broasca Nar. It was not until then that Lanever Villecham informed of the Neimoidian's death, executed by Uahoo. In reaction, the Queen felt saddened, as though she sympathized with the one responsible for her incomplete execution.
Ben Solo was another one to share his opinion. Instead of grieving over the Neimoidian's death, he suggested getting to the bridge and sending a signal from that place, one strong enough to reach a Republic cruiser, whose crew would, as Ben Solo projected, definitely come to rescue them. Hallina enjoyed that idea, so she nodded enthusiastically. It took as much as a few moments for Hallina, Solo, Villecham, Jettster, and the Padma Guard to leave the hall through the front doorway.
I'd rather you dropped your head and walked further in silence.
—Lanever Villecham tells off the Monarch.
Soon after Commissioner Villecham, Jedi padawan Ben Solo, and barman Dexter Jettster, along with Hallina and her five Padmas, left the original mansion and found themselves aboard the cruiser. Going forward along a hallway, the Monarch mentioned that only a short distance was left to beat until they reached the Bridge. Consequently, she referred to the plan in accordance to which they were supposed to emit a signal of a sufficient power to reach the nearest Republic cruiser for its crew to set out to the rescue. At those words, however, Villecham told her off rather than praised her, as well as said he preferred to see her lower her head and continue walking in silence.
It was not later than a few moments that the friends reached another door. In order to open it, Ben Solo pressed the switch on the left. With the flap slid apart, a battle droid squad appeared, composed of the droids sent there by Admiral Prewt. In the face of that, Lanever Villecham shouted to Ben Solo so as to order him to close the gate. It was then that Hallina broke Villecham's earlier command and quit the silence by enthusiastically glancing and Lanever Villecham and saying her padmas would easily stand in defense. Afterwards, with an appropriate command received, the Padma Alpha moved forwards to stand in front of the line, being followed by four of the others. Arranged in a certain pattern, the women suddenly took off their clothes and showed black suits, tightly clinging to their bodies, at once. As soon as the droids immediately opened fire against the ambassadors and the Monarch herself, Ben Solo, in an act of defense, froze their blaster beams floating over the ground using the Force. His act of braver turned out regardless, however, as Ben Solo did not cover the five Padmas with his telekinesis. Hallina, in the wake of that happening, only laughed admitting their clothes were made of the Zillo Beast's skin, which was considered laserproof. By then, the handmaidens had already pounced on their opponents and moved on to demolish them repeatedly. They did not mind either not wearing gloves or the very number of the droids.
Watching the fight in front, Lanever Villecham asked Hallina whether she had another idea to get through to the bridge, considering their previous way had been cut off by the Padmas fighting. Upon addressing her by her name, he quickly made sure that she did not mind it. When the woman confirmed she did not, also using his name, she soon after corrected the slight mistake seeing the speaker's face. Ben Solo, in turn, suggested getting there along the hallway one floor above. For that reason, he started cutting a circular hole in the ceiling. When he got through, it came to Dexter Jettster's turn, who — when trying to pass — clumsily got stuck. Referring to the issue, Lanever Villecham swore in a slight way, but he quickly found another solution, consisting in a new hole being cut. Solo immediately took on to fulfill the received order. Despite, Hallina found it unnecessary, pointing out that the Padmas had successfully beaten the droids. Following this fact, Ben Solo eventually cut down another hole to get down again. The squad consequently went further, but they left Dexter Jettster alone stuck between floors, though.
I don't think we'll need to change the hall. The Padmas have successfully fought off the droid's attack so the way's free.
—Hallina informs of the free way.
Hallina, Lanever Villecham, Ben Solo, and the Monarch's padmas eventually reached their destination and arrived on the bridge at last. Having come through the door, they saw an oblong computer, directly below the horizontal glass. In front of that view, the Queen interrupted a moment of silence, and announced that she would emit a signal as power as possible by herself for the transfer to reach the nearest Republic cruiser. However, Lanever Villecham had a far different intention, and he did not want to keep listening to her considering he had considered her to be a fake. For that reason, he decided to prevent her from leading her supposed idea to an end. However, he saw through her potential further actions, and figured out that the Padmas needed to be gotten rid of at first. In effect, he passed a fake piece of information to them, claiming to have heard something from out of the door. At those words, Padma Alpha glanced at Hallina to make sure what to do next. The Monarch therefore stopped and said that they should naturally listen to the Commissioner. With this fact confirmed, she went back to coming further to the computer. Lanever Villecham, in turn, went after the handmaidens, and when they disappeared in a narrow hallway, he closed the door for his plan not to be threatened. Immediately, he ran up to the chair the Monarch was sitting on and pushed her off so strongly; the woman stumbled onto the ground and passed out resulting from banging her head on the floor.
Despite an attempt to ask the man why he did it, Ben Solo did not obtain the answer, as the Commissioner had already begun running the cruiser to float away. As a result, he unintentionally leaned it by a pretty large angle, which resulted in people on board beginning to fall over, with an exception to Ben Solo, being stopped by the barriers placed upon the ship. Soon, upon the computer breaking down and an escape turning out impossible as well as a potential broadcast of a distress signal, Villecham slightly swore and considered the plan not to go the intended way. Ben sat down on the other chair and leaned his face on the palms, moving on to observe the sky he could see through the glass. Soon after, when he spotted something among birds, he asked the politician whether he saw it as well. So as not to harm the padawan's feelings, he confirmed, which resulted in Ben smiling and claiming that there was eventually a chance for them to survive. It was not until then that Lanever Villecham owned up not to seeing anything. Ben only nodded sympathetically, and afterwards elaborated on help being incoming. Soon upon that, a transporter of a small size flied up to the glass. It was thought-provoking to the padawan, who began wondering who had emitted a rescue signal considering they had not. Unconcerned by the issue, Lanever Villecham asked whether it did really matter in the face of them being certain to survive. The doubt was only resolved by Luke Skywalker, who entered the room being led by R2-D2. The man admitted having launched the signal and being there to rescue them, as well as to a meanwhile duel with Uahoo, whom he defeated by pushing him deep along a hallway on fire. As soon as the transporter approached the glass, Ben Solo ignited his blue-edged lightsaber to shatter it. It was then that Luke picked up the knocked-out Queen Hallina onto his shoulders and as soon as they found themselves upon the transporter's board, they encountered Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo inside. The officer claimed to have been sent for a rescue following the order of Chancellor Grewpsha and on Luke Skywalker's demand. A while later they were all driven to the Skawa cruiser, where Grewpsha had been awaiting them, and where an alcohol party was soon arranged. After those events Hallina settled on Hosnian Prime.
Attack on Hosnian Prime and deathEdit
No worries, I'm not about to kill. Just kidding.
—Uahoo, a while prior to killing Hallina.
In 22 ABY the planet of Hosnian Prime found itself under the invasion of the Galactic Minority, managed by Uahoo, who turned out to have survived the clash with Luke Skywalker. The organization and the droids it owned successfully took control of the planet and compel the higher head, in the person of Chancellor Grewpsha and Military Council Speaker Amilyn Holdo, to head into the interplanetary space to conceive a plan for further operations. Hallina, in turn, along with a few senators such as the Commissioner for Cultural Politics Rawse Varta, was kidnapped, taken prisoner, and detained being chained.
At some point Uahoo ordered that Ravse Varta be conveyed to the Royal Hall, whose location in the Galactic Senate building on the Hosnian Prime was as astonishing as unexpected. The Tusken was certain of the woman knowing much more about the obsidian ring due to the Commissioner for Cultural Politics office she was the holder of. As the questioning lasted on, the user of the dark side of the Force confirmed the artifact, being composed of a piece of obsidian fixed to a golden ring, was able to improve the telekinesis skills of the one who wore it. However, upon Rawse Varta's reveal that she had obtained the office for old times' sake, the man needed to move on more radical steps to exact the knowledge from the woman, in spite of the fact she did not possess it. For that reason the man reached for his communicator to contact Admiral Prewt and ordered Queen Hallina to be brought there along. When soon conveyed to the hall being chained with a handcuff by the plump Neimoidian, the Monarch seemed sad. In the wake of that, the Tusken addressed to Ravse Varta as well as emphasized the age of the Queen and the lack of make-up. He moreover claimed a 50-years-old woman upon the throne to be a sign of shame. He also ridiculed the lack of her handmaidens, who were left behind on Naboo. Soon after, Uahoo, continuing to sit on the throne, reached one on of his hands forwards and consequently bent in a slight way. By using the Force, he lifted the Queen in the air, broke her handcuff apart, and began choking her. The confused, distressed woman endeavored to prevent the pressure from increasing further like a rope, though she did not mark a success. As the man tightened his palm more and more, he shouted towards Rawse Varta to make her confess the secret otherwise he would kill Hallina.
In the meantime, Hallina felt worse and worse, so that she could not take a breath anymore at some point. As more and more points showed in front of her eyes, she missed the ability to see in full over time. After a while, however, the Tusken dropped her in a way so the Monarch fell upon the floor beginning to pant. It was then that her ears were reached by the dark side user's laugh. He reverted to lifting her and set her in a kneeling position. The man soon grabbed a hold of her cheeks to squash them slightly. He then addressed to her by diminishing her name and ironically asked for a potential advantage he would accomplish by killing her. In turn, Hallina honorably remained in silence, though more and more tears pilled into her eyes affected by the weep. With the Queen looking deeply into his eyes, the torturer told her not to worry due to not planning to murder her. Soon after, however, he admitted joking, and so ignited Luke Skywalker's lightsaber, the one he grabbed upon Naboo, and immediately inflicted a death-bringing, diagonal strike on the woman's body. Her body fell on the left side, and so did the crown fall off the head as a result of banging on the floor.
Hallinnie, my kindly princess…
—Uahoo addressing Hallina.
Hallina was self-possessed, cheerful, and sensitive. She did not worry of troubles around, for example of the fact that she was abducted, convicted of death, and then kept locked in a cellar. She also turned out sympathetic when she found out about the death of the one who convicted her himself. She did not mind opinions of others either, though she felt harmed upon being told off by Lanever Villecham.
Hallina remained in honor. When tortured by Uahoo, using the Force, as well as and a few seconds seconds preceding her death inflicted by him, the woman maintained silence despite the eventual inability to disguise the tears pilling in her eyes.
Hallina was a dark-skinned, bald woman typified by characteristic features, similar to a man. Lanever Villecham, the Commissioner for Interior of the New Republic, suspected the monarch of being a plastic fake or a double, considering her appearance not to be realistic. Upon the head, the woman worn a crown that she put on a violet shawl covering her bald head.
Behind the scenesEdit
The face of Hallina originally belonged to Maja Fey'ja, a character of the Legends timeline.