High Squibbian Law prevented the Squib king from using any of the junk hanging from his royal regalia.

High Squibbian Law was the traditional legal system of the Squib species.[1] One of its strictures was that possession was nine-hundred-and-ninety-nine-one-thousandths of the law.[2] Sometime in 17 BBY or later,[3] on the planet Almas, the Squib Jiminaldo-mabbramsti cited this aspect of High Squibbian Law to support his claim of ownership over 7-A39, a legless protocol droid that he and his crew had found, but which a group of Ugors also claimed under Ugorian Divine Law.[2] By 2 ABY,[4] another aspect of High Squibbian Law mandated that the king of the Squib Polyanarchy could carry no possessions but the junk hanging from his regal outfit, yet he could use none of these items.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

Scavenger Hunt, an adventure written by Brad Freeman and published in 1989 as part of Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game from West End Games, only mentioned the High Squibbian Law in passing when it described the robes of Ebareebaveebeedee, the Squib King.[1] The law was later mentioned in Echoes of the Jedi, an adventure written by Abel G. Peña and Jean-François Boivin and published in 2008 for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game by Wizards of the Coast.[2]


Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Scavenger Hunt
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Echoes of the Jedi
  3. Echoes of the Jedi states that the Jedi Master Vhiin Thorla traveled to the Almas Academy two years after the declaration of Order 66, an event that occurred in 19 BBY according to The New Essential Chronology.
  4. Scavenger Hunt takes place at an unspecified point after the destruction of the first Death Star, which occurred in 0 ABY according to The New Essential Chronology, and before the assignment of Carlist Rieekan to Echo Base, which occurred in 2 ABY according to The New Essential Chronology.