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Oola was a Twi'lek slave dancer in Jabba the Hutt's court. Shortly before a disguised Leia Organa arrived with a seemingly captured Chewbacca, Oola performed a dance for Jabba. Enraptured, Jabba attempted to pull Oola closer to him. She struggled, and Jabba dropped her through a trapdoor, where she was eaten by his rancor.
Born to a clan chieftain on her species' homeworld of Ryloth, Oola was a green-skinned female Twi'lek. She devoted herself to dancing, and was trained at a celebrated school. When given the opportunity to choose between two careers, Oola decided to take her chance on Tatooine, a desert planet controlled by the Hutts.
Around the time of the Battle of Endor, Oola served as the slave girl of the Hutt crime lord Jabba Desilijic Tiure in his Tatooinian palace. She was forced to wear skimpy fishnet garments that did little to provide her modesty and wore a collar and chain around her neck.
Oola made her final dance shortly before the arrival of Leia Organa and Chewbacca, to the music of the Max Rebo Band. When Jabba began pressing the Twi'lek slave for more than just dance, Oola pulled on her chain in defiance, arguing against Jabba. In retaliation, Jabba lured her with the chain over the trapdoor beneath his dais, watching as she fell into the Rancor pit. Oola was unable to defend herself as she was eaten alive by Jabba's carnivorous pet, and her screams echoed throughout the palace.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Star Wars: The Original Trilogy: A Graphic Novel
- Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi (First appearance)
- Return of the Jedi: Beware the Power of the Dark Side!
- (First identified as Oola)
- Ultimate Star Wars
- Star Wars: Card Trader
- Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know
- Star Wars Character Encyclopedia: Updated and Expanded