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"Thirty of us went out after her. Four of us came back. I'd be with them, only… after I lost my leg I just couldn't ride any more, until I heal. I don't want to give up on her, but she's been gone a month. There's little hope she's lasted this long."
―Cliegg Lars tells Anakin Skywalker about his quadrille's fate as well his mother's[2]

The moisture farmer Cliegg Lars formed a quadrille of dozens of moisture farmers to rescue his wife Shmi Skywalker Lars from a band of Tusken Raiders who kidnapped her[2] when they passed near the Lars moisture farm.[1] Enraged, Lars gathered twenty-nine other farmers to save Shmi, but only four, including Lars, returned after being attacked by the Tuskens, at the cost of Lars' leg.[2] While searching for the Tusken camp, Shmi's son, the Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, investigated the place where the massacre of Lars' quadrille took place, as it had been the last place where the Tuskens had been seen.[1]

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Cliegg Lars' quadrille was first mentioned in the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, the second installment of the Star Wars prequel trilogy.[2]



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