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- "Captain! I'm picking up a convoy of ships!"
"Aye! That'll be the peace convoy to Armath led by Ambassador Zell! Prepare to attack!"
- ―A crewman and the pirate Reddjak prepare to ambush Zell's convoy
Biology and appearanceEdit
- "Listen, you little toadstool… I decide who's innocent or not on this ship! And you're either with me or against me!"
- ―Reddjak to Llez
At least some of the sentient inhabitants of the planet Majoor were members of a species of humanoids with light-green skin. Members of the species had four limbs: two legs, and two arms with three-fingered hands. While the children were much shorter, the adults of the species could grow taller than 1.67 meters. Some individuals developed a noticeable paunch, but other members of the species were more trim. The species had at least one sex, male.
A defining characteristic of each of Majoor's green-skinned sentients was a round head almost perfectly spherical in shape. Only facial features broke up the head's smooth, curved surface. Two circular, black eyes peered from the center of the head from under black eyebrows; when opened wide, the eyes revealed white sclera as well. The eyes produced tears when a member of the species was saddened. Two thin nostrils slanted inward from a spot below the eyes; while some individuals had no appreciable nose, others had a small protrusion in the vicinity of the nostrils. Thick lips framed a wide mouth, which housed a set of white, buck teeth. A head of blue-black hair crowned the pate.
Society and cultureEdit
- "Well, Scarlet Pirate… What would your family think of your joining old Reddjak?"
"There's only my dad… and he doesn't care much about me! He's only interested in running off on peace missions!"
- ―Reddjak and Llez
Members of the species had access to technology analogous to that used by spacefaring cultures in the rest of the galaxy. For instance, children could learn to pilot speeders, and adults fought with blaster pistols. The species had access to starship technology; one type of consular ship was wedge-shaped and colored gold; it featured a bridge large enough for several crewmembers and the captain, who sat in a round chair with controls in the armrests. Such ships were equipped for long-range communications. A small shuttle could fit aboard the consular ship; one type had gold-colored plating and triangular symbols on it.
On Majoor, the species worked and lived in dome-shaped buildings colored white. Some of the structures supported a long, thin neck topped by a saucer-shaped tower. They kept prisoners in dome-shaped incarceration centers, where they were watched over by droid guards; such droids also ferried prisoners from one facility to another on droid guard ships. Less-high-technology tools used by members of the species included toy swords for children, and valises and backpacks to carry luggage. During the early years of the Galactic Empire, at least some children were avid followers of a program called Space Pirates of the Galaxy.
During the early days of the Galactic Empire, the garb of an ambassador from Majoor consisted of a purple jumpsuit with yellow trim, a light-blue sash, yellow epaulettes, a light-blue collar, medals pinned to the chest, and a light-blue helmet. The crew of consular vessels wore teal jumpsuits with helmets, sleeve trim, buttons, belts, and boots of orange; they also sported yellow epaulettes and headsets. A child, in contrast, might have worn an orange jumpsuit with yellow buttons, a purple belt, and light-blue gloves and boots with a red-and-yellow-striped bandana tied around the head.
Members of the species valued family, with parents taking care of their children. Indeed, single-parent households were not unheard of. At least some children had their own rooms, where they kept toys and decorated with posters. A bunk bed was one possible sleeping site for children. Nevertheless, some occupations demanded a great deal of time from adults; a diplomat, for instance, was often expected to spend long spans of time away from home, periods during which some left their families behind, or brought them along.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 1
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Ambassador Zell, an adult member of the species, stood slightly taller than the protocol droid C-3PO, who was 1.67 meters tall according to the Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, p. 34.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 2
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 21
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 12
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 13
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 4
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 6
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 20
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 10.2 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 15
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 16
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 5
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 3
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 9
- ↑ Star Wars Droids 3: The Scarlet Pirate, p. 22