An aquachair was a piece of furniture with arms. An individual could sit in an aquachair and rest smaller items upon its arms. During the Galactic Civil War, the Iyra sentientologist Tem Eliss had an aged aquachair in his office in the Sentient Studies Department at the University of Sanbra.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
An aquachair appears in the short story "An Extinct Guest," written by Trevor J. Wilson and Craig Robert Carey as part of a larger article, "Alien Encounters," which was published in August 1997 in Star Wars Adventure Journal 14. In the story, Tem Eliss sits in an aquachair and sets his datapad upon one of its arms. The short story follows a short biography of Eliss that includes an image of the scientist drawn by artist Pablo Hidalgo. The illustration shows Eliss seated upon a round contraption, but from the context, it is unclear if this represents his aquachair or some other seating device.