Day 59 – Sheltay Retrac

Sheltay Retrac

Sheltay Retrac was an aide to Bail Organa at the end of the Clone Wars in Revenge of the Sith. After her death, Retrac’s daughter Winter was adopted by Bail and Breha Organa who raised her alongside their other adopted daughter Leia Organa.

Sheltay Retrac (played by actress Caroline de Souza Correa) had a very small role in Revenge of the Sith. Here she is below walking behind Bail Organa near the end of the film.

Sheltay Retrac

Revenge of the Sith was Retrac’s only canon appearance. Her life was much more full if you dive into Legends materials. She appeared in two stories that were in Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures – “Bailed Out” in Volume 5 and “Spy Girls” in Volume 7. She had different looks in both stories.

Here she is in “Bailed Out.”

Here she is in “Spy Girls.”

Retrac also appeared in James Luceno’s novel Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader.

Check out the entire list of women in 365 Days of Star Wars Women in the Women in Star Wars Index. It includes highlights from each post plus notes which posts include new 365 interviews with actresses, writers, artists, and more.


You may also like...

2 Responses

  1. April 1, 2018

    […] There’s a bit more Padmé to find in Legends materials. There are young reader books told from Padmé’s point of view (A Queen’s Diary) and books that look at her relationship with her handmaidens (Queen in Disguise). Padmé is mentioned or makes appearances in various novels, video games, and comics, but there are not a lot of Padmé specific stories out there (like a comic series about Padmé and her handmaidens – hint, hint Marvel!). My favorite Legends Padmé story I have run across is “Spy Girls” from Clone Wars Adventures Vol. 7 which I also mentioned in my post for Sheltay Retrac. […]

  2. June 25, 2018

    […] sister in several Legends books and comics. She was the daughter of Bail Organa’s aide Sheltay Retrac. After Retrac’s death Bail and Breha Organa adopted Winter and raised her with Leia. Winter […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *