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Fathier-Made Easy

A fathier

"Oy, my name's Geb Teldar. I'm a pipe fitter from Avast. I'm Geb Teldar, faithier stall-mucker. I'm Geb Teldar, droid-scrubber extraordinaire. It's really very... bleh, isn't it?"
Sinjir Rath Velus, mocking Mercurial Swift[src]

Fathiers, or space horses, were a non-sentient species that could be tamed and used for riding. When she still lived on the planet Kergans with her wealthy parents, Lorica Demaris learned to ride fathiers in competition, which she hated.[1] At some point in his life, Geb Teldar mucked the stall of a fathier for a living.[2]

They were known to be graceful and majestic, while being prized for their speed by the wealthy of the galaxy. The inhabitants of Canto Bight exploited them in competitive and highly popular races.[3]

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Behind the scenesEdit

Fathier BTS D23

A fathier in a stall in The Last Jedi behind the scenes footage from the D23 Expo.

The fathiers were created for the 2017 film Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi, directed by Rian Johnson. They were first mentioned, though misspelled as "faithiers" in the third novel of The Aftermath Trilogy, Empire's End, written by Chuck Wendig.[2]



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