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Jillsarians were a species of muscular humanoid sentients with four arms.[1] Their integument varied, with some individuals possessing orange skin[3] while others were covered in brown fur.[1]

Golben, a technician onboard Omze's Incredible Traveling Starport was a Jillsarian,[2] as was Resik, a bartender on Reuss VIII who went on to become an operative for the Rebel Alliance.[1] Doodnik Sharpelz, owner of Doodnik's Café on Tyne's Horky, was a Jillsarian who spent his formative years on Ojom, homeworld of another four-armed species, the Besalisks.[6]

Jillsarians were also known to live on Tatooine.[7]

Behind the scenesEdit

Jillsarians first officially appeared in the guise of Resik, a character in 1994's Cracken's Rebel Operatives, a roleplaying game supplement for West End Games' Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition. Another Jillsarian, Golben, appeared the following year in that company's Platt's Starport Guide.

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Doodnik Sharpelz

However, two previously existing four-armed characters were long suspected of being Jillsarian. An unidentified four-armed background character appeared in an illustration in Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley in 1993. More prominently, the four-armed chef Doodnik first appeared as the owner of Doodnik's Café in "The Lost Prince," a 1985 episode of the Star Wars Droids animated television series. While Gregory Walker's 2009 work Dining at Dex's hinted at Doodnik being a Besalisk by making him hail from their homeworld of Ojom, Walker acknowledged that the explicit identification was not actually made.[8] This left the door open for the second part of Abel G. Peña and Rich Handley's Official Star Wars Blog post, "The Droids Re-Animated," to address the uncertainty in 2013, making Doodnik a Jillsarian who had grown up on Ojom.[6]

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