Biology and appearanceEdit
Guarlara were muscular, four-legged creatures with an elongated muzzle, upright ears, a pair of curved horns, hooved feet, and a tail covered in long hair. They were herbivorous, feeding only on plants.
The guarlara were indigenous to the grasslands of Naboo, a small pastoral planet located in the Chommell sector of the galaxy's Mid Rim region. The human inhabitants of Naboo used them as ceremonial mounts, as shown in a painting hung in the Naboo Royal Palace.
In Theed, the capital city of the Naboo, the second-nearst archway to the Palace Plaza was topped by two statues representing guarlara. Also, when Queen Amidala wore her Galactic Senate outfit, the hair was fashioned to resemble the horns of a guarlara.
Behind the scenesEdit
Guarlaras first appeared as statues in the 1999 movie Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. In Star Wars Legends sources, they were described as royal riding animals used only by the Naboo monarchy.
- Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace (First appearance) (Statues only)
- Star Wars Battlefront II (Statues and paintings only)