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"I am BNI-393, an LEP servant droid."

The LEP-series service droid,[2] also known as the LEP servant droid, was a model of third class service droid[3] that saw use during the Clone Wars and beyond. Nuvo Vindi,[11] Whorm Loathsom,[7] and Tan Divo were each known to possess one of these droids.[5] They were capable of speech, either in Galactic Basic or a series of chirps and squeaks and usually in a high-pitched voice, and performed a variety of tasks including serving refreshments and holding datapads.[7][5] The LEP droids were manufactured by Coachelle Automata, a company led by members of the sentient and leporine Lepi species[12] whom they resembled.[13]

They were not designed for combat and would usually flee and hide in the event of hostilities, although they could become aggressive and lash out if cornered.[11]

Moff Quarsh Panaka had several servent droids working in his chalet on Onoam. They were destroyed when the chalet was blown up by a bomb, parts of them getting scattered far and wide.[9]

After Bib Fortuna took over Jabba's Palace, an LEP-series service droid served in the palace as a ratcatcher. It later continued service in the castle following ex-bounty hunter Boba Fett's takeover as Daimyo.[6]

The LEP service droids live in the domed city of Plazir-15.[10]

At least two LEP servant droids worked in Takodana Castle[1] in 34 ABY.[14]

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Behind the scenes[]

Sounds of LEP servant droids can be heard in the film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, inside Takodana Castle.[15] "Chapter 4: The Gathering Storm," the fourth episode of the Disney+ television series The Book of Boba Fett, features the first live-action appearance of a LEP-series service droid.[6]

The design of of the droid can be dated back to early concept art by Doug Chiang for Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.[16]



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