Count Dooku Quotes

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There’s no way to phrase this other than bluntly. Master Vos—the Council wants you to assassinate Count Dooku.
Christie Golden (Dark Disciple: Star Wars)
I don’t work for the Republic, and I’m certainly not about to work for Count Dooku.” “Science doesn’t take sides, is that it?
James Luceno (Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel (Star Wars))
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Reily Sievers (The Best Star Wars Joke Book)
But no one outside the Emperor knew the full history of the moonlet-sized project. Some claimed that it had begun as a Separatist weapon designed by Geonosian Archduke Poggle the Lesser’s hive colony for Count Dooku and the Confederacy of Independent Systems.
James Luceno (Tarkin (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel))
You disappoint me. We're at the end of the book, and not once did you count Dooku!
Calliope Glass (Star Wars OBI-123: A Book of Numbers)
So they sailed forth, rushing to be the first to reach the prize. Scorza and his Weequay gang. The one-eyed Ortolan. Plus the Gray Gundarks, Toltek the Devaronian…
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
The crew exchanged glances. There were six of them in all: the Corsair, Quiggold, Pendewqell, an Arcona named Reeg Brosna, a red-skinned female Twi’lek called Reveth, and an axe-wielding but surprisingly friendly Gamorrean nicknamed Squeaky.
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
Tarkin himself had discussed the need for such a weapon with the Emperor long before the end of the Clone Wars. But no one outside the Emperor knew the full history of the moonlet-sized project. Some claimed that it had begun as a Separatist weapon designed by Geonosian Archduke Poggle the Lesser’s hive colony for Count Dooku and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. But if that was the case, the plans had to have somehow fallen into Republic hands before the Clone Wars ended, because the weapon’s spherical shell and laser-focusing dish were already in the works by the time Tarkin first set eyes on it following his promotion to the rank of Moff—escorted to Geonosis in utmost secrecy by the Emperor himself.
James Luceno (Tarkin (Star Wars Disney Canon Novel))
Quiggold whirled. Squeaky snorted. Reeg, particularly well-known for his grace and agility under fire, fell overboard and was immediately swept away by the increasingly volatile maelstrom of sand.
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
I’ve got a bad feeling about this…” muttered the Ishi Tib. Quiggold glared at Pendewqell. “You have a bad feeling? Really? Now of all times you suddenly have ‘a bad feeling’?” The Ishi Tib looked a bit defensive. “It’s just a figure of speech….
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
Yes, even by the standards of the many dry and hot desert worlds that seemed more and more commonplace throughout the galaxy, the Gabdorin pirate thought, Ponemah was particularly overrun with an excess of sand.
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
and an axe-wielding but surprisingly friendly Gamorrean nicknamed Squeaky.
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)
It was Supreme Chancellor Palpatine himself who had presented the schematic to the Strategic Advisory Cell at the second briefing. But in fact the battle station wasn’t a product of Republic research and development; it had originated with the Separatists. The captive Geonosian leader, Poggle the Lesser, maintained that Count Dooku had provided Poggle’s hive with the basic plans, and that the Geonosians had merely refined them.
James Luceno (Catalyst: A Rogue One Novel (Star Wars))
Sidon Ithano, the most dangerous pirate ever to sail the Lost Clusters beyond the Outer Rim, the most feared fighter of the skirmish of Adratharpe 7, the most notorious thief of his species, simply shrugged apologetically. He had met a lot of Weequay pirates. They were kind of everywhere.
Landry Q. Walker (The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku)