|“||Ah, you must be the saber-wielding troublemaker who neutralized our perimeter guard. Are the Jedi stretched so thin that Skywalker sends children to battle the Disciples of Ragnos?||„|
|~ Alora to Jaden Korr for the first time|
Alora is one of the secondary antagonists, along with Rosh Penin, of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. She was a female Lethan Twi'lek Dark Jedi who was active during the later years of the Galactic Civil War following the rise of the New Jedi Order by Luke Skywalker. She was an agent of the Imperial Remnant and a member of the Sith cult known as the Disciples of Ragnos as well as the apprentice to the cult's leader, Tavion Axmis.
Alora was a female Lethan Twi'lek, a rare type of the Twi'lek species, who was born sometime during the waning years of the Galactic Empire during the later years of the Galactic Civil War. She was a member of the Disciples of Ragnos, a fanatical Sith cult that sought to resurrect the hybird Dark Lord of the Sith, Marka Ragnos, and was the apprentice of Tavion Axmis by the year 14 ABY and was her most prized apprentice. Alora was sent to look for the Scepter of Ragnos which was instrumental for the resurrection of Ragnos and was sent to infiltrate the Jedi Academy on Yavin IV. Alora managed to sneak into the Jedi Praxeum and gained access to the Jedi Mainframes and used them to steal a list of locations that were strong in the force so she could acquire the force energy that were from these places and use the scepter to suck in the energies as a means of resurrecting Ragnos.
After the mission was successful, Alora was sento to Hoth by Axmis who had also sent some of her allies in the Imperial Remnant to help her apprentice out on the cold and icy world. Alora was sent to Hoth to locate one of the places that contained a strong presence of Force energy. While on the planet, she came across Echo Base, a military base used by the Rebel Alliance during the Galactic Civil War, and an unknown Sith cultist had identified that Luke Skywalker fled to Dagobah after anaylzing the flight trajectories.