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The HH-87 Starhopper was a versatile, long range single-person starfighter available during the Clone Wars. These starhoppers were commonly owned by the Hutt crime families and other nefarious types, often being used to hunt down debtors. The Zygerrian Slave Empire also made use of these ships. They were used for dogfighting during the Battle of Kadavo.[6]

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The HH-87 Starhopper was originally created for "Escape from Kadavo," the thirteenth episode of the canon animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fourth season.[6] Its design was based on an original concept illustration for the Imperial shuttle developed for the 1983 film Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.[7]

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