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Enfys Nest - Star Wars

Enfys Nest from Star Wars played by Unknown.

Enfys Nest is a fictional female in the Star Wars film series who was played on screen by Unknown. Enfys Nest is the lead antagonist in Solo - A Star Wars Story. Enfys and her colleagues prove to be a thorn in the sides of Han Solo and Beckett who were trying to steal some Coaxium fuel for the gangster Dryden Vos on Vandos planet.

Not much was known about the character Enfys Nest as she was a new character. The only details that we had on Enfys Nest was a description of the character is :-

Enfys Nest, an extremely dangerous marauder, has quickly forged an infamous reputation for herself and her gang of pirates - the Cloud Riders.

It had been speculated that Enfys Nest was in fact Qi'ra but that was soon proven to be wrong when a shot of her and Enfys Nest appeared. Qi'ra and Enfys were not working together.

Enfys Nest first appears on Vandor where she and her Cloud Riders interfere with Becketts attempt at stealling Coaxium fuel. Enfys is successful in thwarting Tobias Beckett and crew which results in the Coaxium is destroyed. Enfys Nest attacks Beckett on speeder bikes, similar to those found on the Moon of Endor with the main difference being that these bikes fly.

Enfys Nest appears on Savareen, the desert world at the end of the film and calls out Tobias Beckett. It is then at this point that we see who Enfys really is. Enfys as was speculated in the past, a female. Enfys wasn't doing for another syndicate, she was doing it to help people. Enfys wanted Beckett and Han Solo to join her and her gang but neither Beckett nor Han wanted to join.

Amongst the Cloud Riders is a character called Weazel played by someone who has appeared in virtually all the most recent films and as an Ewok, Warwick Davies. Unlike past character appearances, Warwick face is without a mask.

Enfys Nest Facts


Gender/SexFemale
ActorUnknown
Last UpdatedSaturday, February 2, 2019

Copyright: Lucasfilm


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