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Kahle Willock (799 UC (1 NIC / 490 IC / 3599 CE))
|Affiliation:||Dominion of Fezzan|
|Occupation:||Merchant / smuggler|
|Played by:||Ōtsuka Hōchū|
He became involved with the Free Planets Alliance, namely Admiral Yang Wen-li and his faction, during the Alliance-Imperial War due to his acquaintance with Konev. After the Imperial annexation of Fezzan in the fall of 798 UC (489 IC / 3598 CE), he advocated for restoring Fezzan's independence from the Galactic Empire by partnering with the Alliance. Konev's first officer Marinesk hired Willock to smuggle Julian Mintz, Yang's adopted son then serving as the one of the Alliance military attachés on Fezzan, and his other associates from the Alliance embassy off of the Imperial-occupied planet as Konev was on Heinessen at the time. Willock agreed to pilot their vessel and the group, along with some other passengers, was able to make it back to Alliance space shortly before the Imperial invasion of the Alliance in the spring of 799 UC (1 NIC / 490 IC / 3599 CE). They did end up losing Konev's ship, Berezka, in the process though, during an encounter with the Imperial destroyer Hameln IV, which they took over.
Willock remained on Heinessen before joining Konev (who had been on the Alliance capital as a secretary at the Fezzani embassy) and Julian Mintz on their expedition to Earth to investigate the Terraist Church in July 799 UC (1 NIC / 490 IC / 3599 CE). He remained aboard the Fezzani captain's new ship, The Undutiness, while Mintz, Konev, and a couple others ventured into the Church headquarters. They left the planet shortly after the Church's destruction during an Imperial military operation under Admiral August Samuel Wahlen, traveling to the Imperial capital Odin. Willock continued to work with Konev after he decided to help Admiral Yang's republican faction holding out on Iserlohn Fortress by providing them with information on outside developments. (LOGH: 'Holy Land', 'Holiday's End', 'To El Facil', 'New Government in August')
- Kahle Willock (LDDVD subtitles)
- Cary Willock (LD subtitles)
- カーレ・ウィロック (LD/DVD subtitles — Japanese)
The name Kahle is most likely a mistranslation of Cary, a given name with varying Celtic and English origins. (Kahle is a real name of Germanic origin, but it is used almost exclusively as a surname.) Willock is a surname of English origin.