name= Firmus Apollo Piett's Aratech Nightscythe
model= speeder bike
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complement= 1 to 2
passengers= 1 (possible)
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availability= Not available for public sale
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"Last night I intended to slap Mister Piett with so many demerits he wouldn't be able to graduate for three years. . . .that speeder jockey got drunk and defaced the left wall of the campus. . . but this morning, he apologized to me and repainted the campus wall himself. It looks better than ever before now."- Bannob Tahai
Firmus Piett's Aratech Nightscythe was a swift, agile speeder bike used by a young Firmus Piett (LadyVader) during his Academy days.
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