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This bar on the planet Nar Shaddaa was owned and operated by a Zabrak bartender before he died and passed it down to his son.[1]


Prior to the Invasion of Naboo, the Sith apprentice Darth Maul came to the bar and asked the bartender if he had information about the auction of a Jedi Padawan held by the crime lord Xev Xrexus and it's location. When the customers accused Maul of being a Jedi, Maul angrily engaged them in a bar fight. [2]

Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Luke Skywalker made a visit to the bar seeking safe passage to Coruscant. The bartender ignored his request and told his customers to kill him. However, Skywalker managed to defend himself with his lightsaber. The weapon piqued the bartender's interest, and he decided to offer passage to Coruscant in exchange for the lightsaber. Skywalker declined his offer, prompting the bartender to once again order his customers to kill him and to also retrieve the lightsaber. Before they could, however, a thief inside the bar who worked for Grakkus the Hutt stole the lightsaber and escaped the establishment.[1]

Nar Shaddaa Bar

Luke Skywalker visits the bar to seek safe passage to Coruscant.

Behind the scenesEdit

At the beginning of Darth Maul, Part II, the sign on the bar says "JERLAESON". When Darth Maul engages the customers in a fight and the window is broken, the sign is different. It now says [panel begins]FDLO" (note that the L, or Leth, is mirror-inverted). In Star Wars 10: Showdown on the Smuggler's Moon, Part III, the sign ends in "JPL".


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