||Aldar Beedo, sometimes known as the "Hit Man," was a Glymphid male who worked as an assassin, bounty hunter, and Podracer pilot during the final decades of the Galactic Republic. Sadistic and cruel in nature, Beedo offered his services to whoever could offer the biggest cash reward, accepting jobs that ranged from killing high-profile targets to acting as a bodyguard. When competing in Podraces, he flew a blue MARK IV Flat-Twin Turbojet, which was renowned more for its size than its racing capabilities. Beedo hired himself out to other Podracers who needed jobs done on the track, and the massive Turbojet was generally the right craft for the job. Sometime before 32 BBY, Aldar Beedo's skill as an assassin was called upon by a smuggler who needed a rival crime lord disposed of. The target was the Fluggrian Borzu Nale, and Beedo accepted the job. However, the contract brought upon several aspects of attention to Beedo, most notably the ire of Nale's son, Kam Nale. Beedo later raced in 32 BBY's Boonta Eve Classic race on the Outer Rim world of Tatooine. Unbeknownst to Beedo, Kam Nale had followed him to Tatooine, where Nale hoped to kill the Glymphid. Meanwhile, Beedo had also signed onto a partnership with the Devlikk Wan Sandage, and together they planned to kill Sandage's nemesis, the Dug Boonta champion Sebulba. The hit failed, as Beedo never caught up to Sebulba. In addition, Sandage crashed into a sandcrawler, which would have wasted the Glymphid's effort if he had destroyed Sebulba. Not backing down from the contract, Beedo and Sandage tried again during the following race located on the planet of Malastare, the Vinta Harvest Classic. Beedo tried to kill Sebulba twice: first during a preliminary race, and again during the main event. Complications arose both times, disallowing the completion of the assignment.