"Yo, Gusha! Some service here?"
―Gunn Yage[src]

Gusha was a green-furred, red-eyed Lepi[1] whose name translated from Huttese to Galactic Basic Standard as "Lucky."[2] As the owner and bartender of the Gusha's Luck cantina in Tatooine's spaceport city of Mos Eisley, Gusha was on-duty in 137 ABY when the bounty hunter Cade Skywalker and his co-pilot Jariah Syn were seated at the bar. After Syn left, Gusha poured two glasses of Merenzane Gold for the Imperial agent Gunn Yage, into one of which she slipped a drug in order to knock Skywalker unconscious. Yage took her prey elsewhere, and when Syn returned shortly thereafter, Gusha told the co-pilot of the events that had transpired in his absence.[1]

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Gusha was created by John Ostrander and Jan Duursema for the comic book series Star Wars: Legacy, and appears briefly in the series' thirty-eighth issue.[1] A glossary included in the issue's letters section indicates that the word Gusha translates to "Lucky" in Huttese,[2] meaning that Gusha's cantina could be called "Lucky's Luck."[1][2]

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