CRILOC Horses were gray-furred, black-eyed domesticated creatures that were used as mounts and beasts-of-burden in desert regions. CRILOC Horses possessed gray skin, clawed limbs, a bushy tail, and short, pointed ears located on the top of its head. The creatures each had a fanged mouth that contained a pink tongue. They could be saddled and mounted by Humans, and were sometimes startled by combat-scout droids.[1] At some point, a CRILOC Horse was ridden by a Human male and was accompanied by the droids C-3PO and R2-D2 in a desert, where they met a combat-scout droid that alarmed and frightened the creature, despite the fact that the droid was not aggressive.[1]

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The CRILOC Horse was created by artist Roy Grinnell for the 2010 book Star Wars Art: Visions[1] and the artwork featuring the creature was later included in the Star Wars Blu-ray booklet.[2] Grinnell's artwork was entitled "Wait... the Droid Just Wants to Say Hello".[1] The creature was subsequently named in an interview for the feature, "The Art Side of the Force," which appeared in Star Wars Insider 130, in December of 2011.[2]

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