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I came across this in Leia's discussion page. Is there any truth in this?
1. Name changed to "Slave Leia" to strip away her honor. Day 1 2. Collar on before slave outfit to show enslavement (not the chain)Day 1 3. In Oola's costume. Day 1 4. Offered to Boba, didn't take it (already knew that)Day 1 5. Pulled back for anger reasons with Jabba(not involing Leia). Day 2 6. Forced to Dance. Day 3 7. Pulled back for not dancing well enough. Day 3 8. Pulled back for not complying with costume change request. Day 4 9. Forced to change in front of Jabba. Day 4 10 Pulled towards Jabba for pleasure. Day 4 11. In Lny Me's costume but green and blue. Day 4 12. Dance off with Greeta and wins Day 5 13. Jabba wants dancer two piece and Slave Leia doesn't agree and is pulled around. Day 5 14. Leia is chain to ceiling and forced to wear the dancer outfit. Day 5 15. Luke comes Day 6
And how much time passes in the Return of the Jedi? It seems like it all happens in one day.
That chronology appears to be the unsourced work of someone with a fevered imagination and a slave-girl fetish, and should probably be ignored. As for the ROTJ timeline, there's at least one night between C-3PO and R2-D2 arriving at Jabba's palace and Luke's arrival: that's the night when Leia frees Han. The battle at the barge might take place later that same day, or possibly a few days later. According to Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, 2nd edition, Luke's trip from Tatooine to Dagobah would take 28 hours, and the trip from Dagobah to the Rebel fleet masssing near Sullust would take another 78 hours. After however long it took for Han's strike team to get themselves together, it would then take them 19 hours to get to Endor. They spend a night in the Ewok village before the battle begins, and it appears to finish in time for the next local night. So, at least two days on Tatooine, at least five days and change before the Battle of Endor begins, and around two more before the credits roll. —Silly Dan(talk) 04:15, 10 July 2007 (UTC)