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The title of this article is conjectural.

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

A sentient insectoid species of renowned travelers existed during the Galactic Civil War. Humanoid at least above the torso, the dexterous species' anatomy included a long neck and thin arms with long, wiry fingers. A male elder of the species, Brangus Glee, was a pilot and gambler from the planet Dor Nameth who frequented casinos, bars, and spaceports.

Biology and appearanceEdit

The sentient insectoid species' anatomy consisted of at least a head and a humanoid torso. Their heads had two nostrils beneath the eyes and above the mouth, with a long neck connecting their head to their chest. They had thin arms with long, wiry fingers.[1]

Society and cultureEdit

The species was a renowned race of travelers.[2]


Brangus Glee[2] was a brown-skinned,[1] Force-sensitive, male member of the species[2] from the Mid Rim[3] planet Dor Nameth. He left his homeworld by the time he was considered an elder. During the Galactic Civil War, he was a pilot and gambler who frequented casinos, bars, and spaceports.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

The thinker among aliens

A maquette of "Alien 23"

"'The thinker' among aliens?"
Star Wars: Chronicles caption of an image of "Alien 23," referencing the famous statue[src]

As shown in the 1997 reference book Star Wars: Chronicles, the species' origins date back to the production stages of the 1983 film Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, as one of several alien maquettes constructed for possible usage in the scenes taking place in Jabba the Hutt's palace. The maquette, known as "Alien 23," was among those scrapped before the film's production. An accompanying image caption in Star Wars: Chronicles compared the alien to The Thinker, a famous, real-life statue.[1] In 1998, the Star Wars Customizable Card Game's Special Edition Limited set released the "Brangus Glee" card, which featured an image of the alien superimposed in a cantina background, thus bringing the species into canon.[2]


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