Lacunas Subartuk's a name in Star Wars with nothing attached to it but a lightsaber design, (look it up) and some vague shit referencing some heroism during the Old Republic era.
Not one to leave a stone unmolested, I'm gonna fix this.>Papa Subartuk
Cavus Subartuk was the majordomo/bodyguard of the rogue Hutt Cartel member Jeelta Urdosh Amura, a hutt who felt a great deal of animosity towards the Sith following the annexation of Sleheyron and Nar Shaddaa by the Imps and their subsequent purging of the Cartel's now illegal markets.
Fleeing to the Republic's open arms, Jeelta and his clan were quietly moved to Quesh with a pair of other anti-Imp kajidics to work on their drug projects there.
However, one event of note did happen during the hutt's protection negotiations, the Jedi Syo Bakarn (who was on Coruscant overseeing an attempt to restore the Jedi Temple) and his fellow Jedi Berin Fraal (Who'd work as the Jedi overseer of the Quesh's operations) noted something odd about the young twi'lek boy at the Hutt's majordomo's side.
Little Lacunas Subartuk's force-sensitivity was quickly sensed, and after Jeelta offered his majordomo's kid as a bargaining chip with the Jedi for more assurances regarding his future situation on Quesh, the majordomo was forced to relinquish his only son to the Jedi in a trade for government space gibs.
It stung a little bit, but afterall Cavus' position in Jeelta's inner circle gave him plenty of access to more kids, as twi'leks were a favorite of the hutt's.
Lacunas, after spending some time with Berin Fraal and Syo Bakarn on Coruscant, was shipped off to Tython for real training at age eleven or something, doesn't matter to me.
Important thing is that Lacunas ended up there, bumbled about for seven years, then met y'boy Sylas Uldin when he arrived.
Lacunas' very different from Sylas, having a Living Force-focused perspective and lacking any sort of hatred towards the Sith or Imperials.
Rather, Lacunas views the redemption of these beings as the true goal of the Jedi and the actual will of the Living Force. This perspective changes very little over time, with the word redemption going from meaning "non-violent re-education" to anything ranging from that definition to flat out becoming one with the Force, redeeming your infractions against the Force through adding to its flows with your own life force.
There's no anger or malice in this perspective either, just cold and calm reasoning. Lucky for Subartuk, he's able to get away with this view for a few reasons
For starters,>guy's a giant
Just a hair under 2 meters even (6'4") and wider than a Valor-class, those around him are lucky that he abides by the gentle giant trope to a T. (Unless you're a dark sider, in that case he'll roughly but quickly end your life of self-inflicted torment) >pretty fucking powerful
The more basic applications of power are his specialty, telekinesis' being his go-to method of handling the boulders blocking the Force's path. (Not his path, remember, he follows the Force's will to the fucking letter)
At the same time however, despite his innate connection to the Living Force and it's omnipresent currents, poor Subartuk can't get a wink of sleep sometimes without the appearance of Force-triggered visions, and while he's not exactly a powerhouse when it comes to lightsaber on lightsaber combat, (ironic since he uses his size to pummel and thrash the opponent with broad Djem So hacks and Shii Cho sweeps, plus he uses the Force like a battering ram most of the time) combat goes from a last resort to his go to method of handling just about anyone unbalancing the Force.
But that's just what he grows into, a lawful-lawful paladin that listens to nothing but the Force's whispers and tugs, sometimes following them straight into the fault lines of the Force.
Regarding the Jedi's role as Darkside-removing fanatics, in that respect Lacunas Subartuk is the poster boy of the Jedi's purpose, and no matter how many spats or massacres he finds himself in, his inner balance never wavers.