Ramo Batrorio was a Jedi Master and respected member of the High Council during the waning days of the Old Republic. He trained at least three padawans, Voracha Che, Reesa Doliq, and Nioman Dokoora to knighthood in his time and was an influentail voice on the Council in his later years.

He resigned from the Council after Nioman abandoned the Jedi, feeling guilty for the fall of his former apprentice. Years later he went ins each of Nioman and tried to convince him to return to the light but of no avail and he was killed by his former padawan.


Born: 132 BBY, unknown

Died: 27 BBY, Telmaros

Species: Human

Family: N/A

Affiliation: Jedi Order, Jedi High Council

Jedi Path: Consular

Weapon: Green Lightsaber

Lightsaber Form: Shii-Cho, Soresu

Master: Unknown

Apprentices: Voracha Che, Reesa Doliq , Nioman Dokoora

Appearances: Jedi Exile , Transcending Tyranus , Tartania, Jinxing Jinn


Jedi KnightEdit

Early YearsEdit

First PadawanEdit

Master BatrorioEdit

Training ReesaEdit

Jedi CouncilorEdit

Appointed to the CouncilEdit

Death of ReesaEdit

New PadawanEdit


Political QuagmireEdit

New DevelopmentsEdit


Searching for GalidranEdit

The TrialEdit

Continued Jedi ServiceEdit


As-of-yet unidentified missionEdit

Nioman's Jedi TrialsEdit

Later YearsEdit


Fiasco with NiomanEdit

Stepping down from the CouncilEdit



Personality and TraitsEdit

Master Ramo gave his lightsaber over seemingly without a second thought, a true Jedi Consular if ever there was one.

~Nioman's thoughts on Ramo during the mission to Dathomir

Ramo was the epitome of a Jedi Consular, prizing diplomacy and rarely resorting to violence while being a keen negotiator and a major voice of the Jedi Order in the galaxy. Ramo had a talent for seeing the desires of others and often used that knowledge to reach peaceable solutions, whether on Coruscant or abroad.

While Ramo was a strong supporter of the ideologies of the High Council, he maintained a good relationship with Nioman, despite the latter's strong opposition of what Ramo stood for.

Ramo was not a confrontational person, yet he could meet his opponents on the field of debate should it become necessary.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Lightsaber combat was a weak point of Ramo's, something he easily admitted. Like a true Jedi Consular, Ramo focused less on his swordsmanship then on academic skills and knowledge of the Force, practicing the Negotiator's Form of saber combat; Form VI, Niman.

Ramo's Force abilites were strong, as demonstrated on Dathomir when he created a Force wall to deflect swarms of arrows from the Nightsisters.

His greatest strength was his power of negotiation, a trait that allowed him to create a nonviolent end to most situations, while often having the support of his apprentices, such renowned swordsman as Nioman Dokoora and Reesa Doliq, should combat become inevitable.


Reesa DoliqEdit

While Reesa chose to follow her master's path as a Consular, the two could hardly be more different in their talents and they complimented each other well. Throughout their time as master and padawan, many occasions arose where they relied on each other's strengths to prevail in a mission, to the point that they were one of the most acclaimed and widely used Master and Padawan duos of their day.

Even after they parted ways, Ramo and Reesa remained close and talked often when she was at the Temple. As Reesa grew older, her opinions often contradicted Ramo's but they remained respectful of each other's viewpoints. In fact, great enough was Reesa's influence over Ramo that she convinced him to go against the ruling of the Jedi Council and allow her to take Nioman Dokoora as her padawan. Reesa's death affected Ramo greatly, even though twenty years had then passed since their partnership.

Nioman DokooraEdit

Ramo's relationship with his thrid padawan, Nioman, was always going to be strained, given Ramo affilaition with the High Council, which Nioman held a vendetta against, and the fact that their bond was created after a tragedy in both their lives; the death of Reesa Doliq. Despite this, the two managed to live peaceably together and Nioman even confided in Ramo on occasion. On his part, Ramo found himself caring about Nioman a great deal more than he ever would and his teaching of Nioman became much more than an assignment by the Council.

After Nioman was knighted, the two didn't speak often but they did not entirely lose communication and Ramo still thought often of Nioman. They returned to each other's lives fifteen years later when Nioman was appointed to the High Council, something Ramo couldn't be prouder of, despite the politics behind it. When Nioman left the Order, Ramo felt himself respnsible for it, believing that he should have foreseen that outcome and presuaded Nioman against that course. Still, he held no ill will toward his former padawan, even as Nioman's course grew darker and darker.