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Jabba's palace

An Even More Wretched Hive

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A single, winding dirt-swept road curves up into the crook of a rocky canyon, leading to a lone structure in the desert wastes beyond the Dune Sea of Tatooine. Here stood the palace of Jabba the Hutt, an immense curving building of sandblasted metal and pitted stone. Inside, the dregs of the galaxy congregated to do all manner of illicit business, to curry favor with the grotesque crime lord, or to avoid his fickle wrath. Jabba reclined atop a stone dais within the throne room of his palace, a bustling chamber that overlooked a secret pit that contained his favorite beast, the vicious rancor monster.

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Homeworld
Tatooine
Affiliation
Criminal

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Jabba the Hutt

Jabba the Hutt

Jabba preferred to keep his operations based on Tatooine, far from the central systems of the Republic and the Empire. This way, the powerful in the galaxy had to come to him.

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Boba Fett

Boba Fett

After delivering the carbon-frozen form of Han Solo to Jabba, Boba Fett stayed within the palace, serving as a bodyguard to the Hutt as well as enjoying the performances of the Hutt's dancing girls.

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Sy Snootles

Sy Snootles

Sy Snootles and the Max Rebo Band would play at Jabba's palace for the Hutt's amusement. Sy was joined at the microphone with a trio of backup singers, and a gravelly-voiced Yuzzum crooner named Joh Yowza.

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Princess Leia Organa

Princess
Leia Organa

Princess Leia Organa infiltrated Jabba the Hutt's palace disguised as the Ubese bounty hunter, Boussh. She freed Han Solo from his carbonite imprisonment, but both were caught by the Hutt. Leia then suffered the indignity of being Jabba the Hutt's slave girl.

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Han Solo

Han Solo

Jabba the Hutt proudly displayed the carbonite block that held Han Solo in an alcove within his palace, referring to it as his favorite decoration.

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