Pazaak tables at the cantina.

The Entertainment Module 081 Cantina was located within Entertainment Module 081, which was a part of the massive Citadel Station that had been built in orbit above Telos IV in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. The cantina, according to the droid that tended its bar, served food and drinks from a wide variety of worlds, possessed a pazaak room, hosted a swoop track, and, as its centerpiece, a stage that was frequented by Bith musicians and Twi'lek dancers. During this time the patrons enjoyed the music, that several thousand years later would be played by a band in one of the cantinas of Tatooine.


Twi'lek dancers on the cantina's stage.

During her stay on Citadel Station, the Jedi Exile, Meetra Surik, visited the cantina at least twice. While there, she freed the dancer Ramana from slavery, persuaded Luxa to let her into the Bumani Exchange Corporation (which was the front for the Exchange on Citadel), and convinced a Czerka Corporation employee, Corrun Falt, to unwittingly help the Ithorians in exposing Czerka's illegal actions in handling the Telosian Restoration Project.

Some time later, during the Battle of Telos IV, the cantina was placed on lockdown due to the attack on the station by the Sith Lord Darth Nihilus and his fleet.

Behind the scenesEdit

The music played in Entertainment Module 081 Cantina is the same one that can be originally heard in 7-Gee Lounge from the video game adaptation of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.


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