- "There once was a Heep-heep from Zrak
Who found himself in a crack
The harder he tried
To remove his backside
The deeper he sank and that's that!"
- ―A poem
Heep-heeps were creatures from Zrak, a location in the Zrak system. They possessed four legs, a backside, a reptilian head and black-colored eyes, and the species was known to dwell near tight holes on occasion. Heep-heeps could have at least one gender, male. A rhyming poem once spoke of a male Heep-heep that became stuck in a crack, and the more he tried to escape, the more he got stuck.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Heep-heep species was introduced in a one-page poem written by Bob Carrau for the 1993 book Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas, a publication that combines creature designs and photographs from various projects of George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars franchise, with original text by Carrau. Lucasfilm employee Leland Chee, who maintains the Holocron continuity database, has indicated that information contained in the book is non-canonical.
- Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas (First mentioned)
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas
- ↑ Although Zrak is not placed in the Zrak system in Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas, Jason Fry, co-author of The Essential Atlas, has stated that "planets not assigned a system in published source can be assumed to reside in system of same name." This article assumes the same applies for this location.