9. Arla Fett
When The Bad Batch revealed that Omega was an unaltered Jango Fett clone, just like Boba Fett, some dedicated Star Wars fans pointed out that Omega had a similar character design to Jango Fett’s late sister from the Expanded Universe. This discussion left other Star Wars fans scratching their heads because they had no clue that Jango Fett, at one time, had an older sister! While it’s unclear if Arla was used as a reference in the character design of Omega, it’s hard to ignore that the two are both blonde Fetts.
Arla Fett only has two main appearances, first in the Jango Fett: Open Seasons comic book and secondly in Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel. In her first appearance, Arla is only seen in the tragic flashbacks that saw their parents killed on Concord Dawn, after their father had aligned himself with Jaster Mereel and the True Mandalorians. Jango Fett fled and believed that his sister had been killed, alongside his parents, but in actuality, she was taken prisoner by the Death Watch and eventually became one of them as an assassin.
Though short-lived, Arla’s story is remarkably depressing. While acting as an assassin for the Death Watch, she was arrested and forced into a mental institution on Coruscant. After years of being held captive at the Valorum Center on Coruscant, Arla has her memory wiped by a former Jedi-turned-Mandalorian named Bardan Jusik in exchange for information about the Death Watch.