Bill Wildstar is a Corellian male and the former director of Silverhelm Entertainment Media. In Year 10, he was a member of the Direx Board in the Corporate Sector Authority. He has short brown/blond hair and stands about 5'10", 170 lbs. He is mostly found in his black work slacks, black boots, and gray long sleeve shirt. He seldom drinks, but is always smoking. He is more famously known as "the crappiest of GNS writers," a disparaging nickname given to him in Year 7 by the Eidola Pirates.
In the darkness of space along the hyperspace trails of yesteryear, there is a story of a lone cruiser that flies to uphold the truth. He was the last of the deep space marshals. Trapped by the very band of outlaws he was pursuing, he blew up his ship — taking out the outlaws with him. Now in the outer edges of known space, there are still reports of this phantom ship of an outdated design that comes out of nowhere and attacks wrong doers. Very few witnesses can be found to say what the ship looks like.
A jovial and personable individual, Wildstar attained infamy after transmitting one of the worst GNS articles in the collective memory of the galaxy. Published in Year 7, the scurrilous article — officially approved for broadcast by the Galactic Empire — was decried by critics such as Teniel Djo as "a journalist travesty" and "the worst attempt at erotica ever attempted." The Eidola Pirates placed a 10,000,000 bounty on Wildstar's head. The article led to Wildstar's dismissal as director of Silverhelm Entertainment Media. He was replaced by Donnie Deffland who revamped the latter news agency. Eventually, Wildstar regained the confidence of the Corporate Sector officials and was promoted to its ruling Direx Board.
In early Year 15 Bill was arrested by the Galactic Empire in the Wyl sector. An attempt was made to free him which caused Elvira Falston to declare that his sentenced had been increased. As part of this increased sentence Elvira warned Bill's friend Paparrin that any further attempts to free Bill or attacks on Imperial personnel would result in Bill's sentence being extended an unspecified number of months.