"We are assembling a conclave of Naboo aristocrats who sympathize with the Resistance. One noble has sent her servant to pick up directions and clearance codes. We have arranged a wilderness rendezvous, away from prying Imperial eyes, and would like you to deliver the datadisc to the servant. Will you go?"
―Pooja Naberrie[src]

Jumis was a servant who lived during the time of the Galactic Civil War. Sometime following the Battle of Yavin in 0 BBY, Pooja Naberrie tasked a spacer with delivering a datadisc to Jumis outside the city of Dee'ja Peak on Naboo. Although the spacer was attacked by stormtroopers, Naberrie's mission was completed.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

Randomly generated depictions of Jumis

Jumis was a non-player character in the 2003 video game Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game developed by Sony Online Entertainment and published by LucasArts, prior to its closure on December 15, 2011.[1][2]

Players who performed a series of quests for Pooja Naberrie had to locate Jumis outside of Dee'ja Peak and deliver a datadisc. However, due to a bug, many of the NPCs in Naberrie's quests were not properly sequenced. For instance, in the quest to deliver a datadisc to Jumis, players actually encountered an individual known as Turon Adala, who was supposed to appear in the following quest. The character model for Jumis likewise erroneously spawned for Naberrie's second quest, in which the player was supposed to encounter an individual named Herosk Bal'far.[1] According to the game files, a datadisc could not be properly delivered to Jumis, as the character (in this case Turon Adala) was not designated as a "deliver" NPC.[3] Nevertheless, it was possible for the player to complete the mission and advance to the next quest. This article assumes that the content of Naberrie's quest dialogue is canon in the Star Wars Legends continuity, and that Jumis, not Turon Adala, actually appeared during her third quest.[1]

Furthermore, because Jumis spawned under the generic "commoner" template, Jumis' appearance was randomized under one of a 120 possible depictions. Species Jumis could appear as included Aqualish, Bothans, Bith, Humans, Rodians, Trandoshans, Twi'leks, and Zabrak of either gender, and Devaronians, Ishi Tib, Nikto, and Sullustans of the male gender. Because the quest dialogue made no mention of Jumis' physical characteristics, the canonical species and gender cannot be definitively determined in the Star Wars Legends continuity.[1] The questline that involved Jumis was eventually removed from the game when Pooja Naberrie was relocated to Theed as part of the newly introduced Legacy Quest, released as part of Publish 25's New Game Enhancements on November 15, 2005.[1][4]


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