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Although this article is based on official information from the Star Wars Legends continuity, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.

"We have the biggest collection of droids parts between here and the desert rim. In fact, I just sold a bunch of this junk to the Empire."
―The warehouse owner[src]

A Human female Mandalorian owned a warehouse in the city of Keldabe, capital of the planet Mandalore. From the warehouse, the woman operated a store selling used droid parts and specialty equipment. She employed a protocol droid to staff the lobby desk of her business, though she was willing to personally show a prospective customer around the warehouse's stock. Around 18 BBY, the Sullustan Den Dhur and his droid companion I-5YQ came into the Mandalorian woman's store seeking parts to upgrade the 5YQ-series protocol droid. She showed the two around the interior of the warehouse and negotiated a deal with Dhur to provide an additional sales manifest for items recently sold to the Galactic Empire.[1]

The Mandalorian woman was tall and dark skinned, with vivid red-colored hair and sharp teeth. While working around her warehouse business, she dressed in a full body suit of what Den Dhur believed to be black synthskin.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The unidentified owner of a Keldabe warehouse first appeared in Star Wars canon in the novel The Last Jedi, co-written by authors Michael Reaves and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff, and published February 26, 2013.


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