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'''Chachi De Maal''' was a [[Sexes/Legends|female]] [[Duros/Legends|Duros]] who, like most of her [[Species/Legends|species]], was a [[Pilot/Legends|pilot]] and [[Starship/Legends|starship]] [[engineer]]. She often worked for the [[Corporate Sector Authority/Legends|Corporate Sector Authority]] and trained other pilots for deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] missions. Chachi was native to [[Jivv Space City]], a large [[Orbit/Legends|orbiting]] metropolis on [[Duro/Legends|Duro]], but eventually left to start up business on [[Tatooine/Legends|Tatooine]] with her husband, [[Ohwun De Maal]]. Together, the two owned several [[Hangar/Legends|docking bays]] in [[Mos Eisley/Legends|Mos Eisley]], including [[Docking Bay 27 (Mos Eisley)|Docking Bay 27]], [[Docking Bay 43|43]], [[Docking Bay 67|67]], [[Docking Bay 71|71]], [[Docking Bay 86|86]], and [[Docking Bay 94/Legends|94]]. They also owned the droid [[WED-9-M1]]. In the two Duros line of work in which shady characters were constantly renting our their ship storage facilities, they were known to use several well-known aliases. Among Chachi's aliases were '''Baniss Keeg''' and '''Probos'''. Chachi and her husband were present in [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina|Chalmun's Cantina]] during the fateful encounter of [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] and [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]]. It just so happened that Solo had been storing his ship, the ''[[Millennium Falcon/Legends|Millennium Falcon]]'' in their Docking Bay 94. When Solo and his cargo blasted out of the docking bay to escape the [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Galactic Empire]], they forgot to pay their bill, irritating Owhun and his wife and souring their previously friendly relationship with [[Jabba Desilijic Tiure/Legends|Jabba Desilijic Tiure]]. The couple was also known to have smuggled [[Bacta/Legends|bacta]] to the [[Alliance to Restore the Republic/Legends|Rebel Alliance]] in their [[Freighter/Legends|freighter]], ''[[Millanti]]''.<ref name="POTF">{{HasbroCite|set=Star Wars: Power of the Jedi|link=potjduro.asp|pack=Ellorrs Madak}}</ref>
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'''Chachi De Maal''' was a [[Sexes/Legends|female]] [[Duros/Legends|Duros]] who, like most of her [[Species/Legends|species]], was a [[Pilot/Legends|pilot]] and [[Starship/Legends|starship]] [[Engineer/Legends|engineer]]. She often worked for the [[Corporate Sector Authority/Legends|Corporate Sector Authority]] and trained other pilots for deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] missions. Chachi was native to [[Jivv Space City]], a large [[Orbit/Legends|orbiting]] metropolis on [[Duro/Legends|Duro]], but eventually left to start up business on [[Tatooine/Legends|Tatooine]] with her husband, [[Ohwun De Maal/Legends|Ohwun De Maal]]. Together, the two owned several [[Hangar/Legends|docking bays]] in [[Mos Eisley/Legends|Mos Eisley]], including [[Docking Bay 27 (Mos Eisley)|Docking Bay 27]], [[Docking Bay 43|43]], [[Docking Bay 67|67]], [[Docking Bay 71|71]], [[Docking Bay 86|86]], and [[Docking Bay 94/Legends|94]]. They also owned the droid [[WED-9-M1/Legends|WED-9-M1]]. In the two Duros line of work in which shady characters were constantly renting our their ship storage facilities, they were known to use several well-known aliases. Among Chachi's aliases were '''Baniss Keeg''' and '''Probos'''.
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The couple once discovered a star with three dead planets, all of which were rich in [[Helixell]], a key [[mineral]] in hyperdrive [[fuel]]. As of [[0 BBY]], they were deciding on whether to report their findings to the Empire or secretly claim the Helixell for themselves.<ref name="Screen">''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]''</ref> Chachi and her husband were present in [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina|Chalmun's Cantina]] during the fateful encounter of [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] and [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]]. It just so happened that Solo had been storing his ship, the [[Millennium Falcon/Legends|''Millennium Falcon'']] in their Docking Bay 94. When Solo and his cargo blasted out of the docking bay to escape the [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Galactic Empire]], they forgot to pay their bill, irritating Owhun and his wife and souring their previously friendly relationship with [[Jabba Desilijic Tiure/Legends|Jabba Desilijic Tiure]]. The couple was also known to have smuggled [[Bacta/Legends|bacta]] to the [[Alliance to Restore the Republic/Legends|Rebel Alliance]] in their [[Freighter/Legends|freighter]], ''[[Millanti]]''.<ref name="POTF">{{HasbroCite|set=Star Wars: Power of the Jedi|link=potjduro.asp|pack=Ellorrs Madak}}</ref>
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
Keeg, along with Madak, were called "Goggle-Eyes" on the set of ''[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|A New Hope]]'' before their names were developed later.<ref name="SWI95">{{InsiderCite|95|May The Facts Be With You: Part Two|May The Facts Be With You: Part Two: #51-100}}</ref> In the ''[[Star Wars Gamer 2]]'' article, ''[[The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Duros]]'', Keeg and her partner Madak were both identified as the two Duros from ''[[Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley]]'' that owned the famous Docking Bay 94. The information clarified that Baniss Keeg and Ellorrs Madak were aliases used by the Duros couple. This [[retcon]] also identified Chachi De Maal with the Duros known as Probos that appeared in the ''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]'' sourcebook.
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Keeg, along with Madak, were called "Goggle-Eyes" on the set of [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''A New Hope'']] before their names were developed later.<ref name="SWI95">{{InsiderCite|95|May The Facts Be With You: Part Two|May The Facts Be With You: Part Two: #51-100}}</ref> In the ''[[Star Wars Gamer 2]]'' article, ''[[The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Duros]]'', Keeg and her partner Madak were both identified as the two Duros from ''[[Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley]]'' that owned the famous Docking Bay 94. The information clarified that Baniss Keeg and Ellorrs Madak were aliases used by the Duros couple. This [[retcon]] also identified Chachi De Maal with the Duros known as Probos that appeared in the ''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]'' sourcebook.
   
 
In the ''Masters of the Empire'' interview with host Jay Laga'aia that took place on the Celebration Stage during [[Celebration V]] in [[August]], [[2010]], it was revealed that, during the [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina|cantina]] scene from ''A New Hope'', Keeg and Madak were both played by [[Jon Berg]].<ref name="MotE">{{SWArchive|url=fans/events/cv_masters_of_the_empire/index.html|text=Masters of the Empire}}
 
In the ''Masters of the Empire'' interview with host Jay Laga'aia that took place on the Celebration Stage during [[Celebration V]] in [[August]], [[2010]], it was revealed that, during the [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina|cantina]] scene from ''A New Hope'', Keeg and Madak were both played by [[Jon Berg]].<ref name="MotE">{{SWArchive|url=fans/events/cv_masters_of_the_empire/index.html|text=Masters of the Empire}}
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*''[[The Star Wars Holiday Special]]''
 
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*{{Blog|official=true|2013/12/2/the-star-wars-holiday-special-cantina-we-may-not-thrive-friend-but-we-survive-friend/|The Star Wars Holiday Special Cantina: Who's Who|int=The Star Wars Holiday Special Cantina: Who's Who}}
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==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==

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Chachi De Maal was a female Duros who, like most of her species, was a pilot and starship engineer. She often worked for the Corporate Sector Authority and trained other pilots for deep space missions. Chachi was native to Jivv Space City, a large orbiting metropolis on Duro, but eventually left to start up business on Tatooine with her husband, Ohwun De Maal. Together, the two owned several docking bays in Mos Eisley, including Docking Bay 27, 43, 67, 71, 86, and 94. They also owned the droid WED-9-M1. In the two Duros line of work in which shady characters were constantly renting our their ship storage facilities, they were known to use several well-known aliases. Among Chachi's aliases were Baniss Keeg and Probos.

The couple once discovered a star with three dead planets, all of which were rich in Helixell, a key mineral in hyperdrive fuel. As of 0 BBY, they were deciding on whether to report their findings to the Empire or secretly claim the Helixell for themselves.[2] Chachi and her husband were present in Chalmun's Cantina during the fateful encounter of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo. It just so happened that Solo had been storing his ship, the Millennium Falcon in their Docking Bay 94. When Solo and his cargo blasted out of the docking bay to escape the Galactic Empire, they forgot to pay their bill, irritating Owhun and his wife and souring their previously friendly relationship with Jabba Desilijic Tiure. The couple was also known to have smuggled bacta to the Rebel Alliance in their freighter, Millanti.[3]

Behind the scenes

Keeg, along with Madak, were called "Goggle-Eyes" on the set of A New Hope before their names were developed later.[4] In the Star Wars Gamer 2 article, The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Duros, Keeg and her partner Madak were both identified as the two Duros from Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley that owned the famous Docking Bay 94. The information clarified that Baniss Keeg and Ellorrs Madak were aliases used by the Duros couple. This retcon also identified Chachi De Maal with the Duros known as Probos that appeared in the Star Wars Screen Entertainment sourcebook.

In the Masters of the Empire interview with host Jay Laga'aia that took place on the Celebration Stage during Celebration V in August, 2010, it was revealed that, during the cantina scene from A New Hope, Keeg and Madak were both played by Jon Berg.[5]

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