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"You loony Lepi!"
Lando Calrissian, angry at Jaxxon[src]

The Lepi was a sentient species characterized by their lanky frame, long ears, and buck teeth. One notable Lepi was the smuggler Jaxxon.

Biology and appearanceEdit

"I hate to admit it… but I'm impressed. I underestimated you, Jax."
"Don't sweat it, Calrissian. Happens all the time when you're a two-meter bunny. Just no more cracks about carrot juice, okay?"
―Lando Calrissian and Jaxxon[src]

The Lepi were tall, lanky bipeds that were characterized by two long ears that stood upright, prominent buck teeth, and thin whiskers that grew near their mouths. They were covered in fur that could be green. Their upper limbs ended in hands with five digits, one of which was an opposing thumb, and their lower limbs ended in large feet.[2] The Lepi Jaxxon described himself as a "two-meter bunny."[3]

Lepi in the galaxyEdit

Humanoid rabbit

A Lepi in Maz Kanata's castle

One known Lepi was the racer Thrar, who represented Coachelle Prime in the forty-eighth annual Dragonfire Air Rally.[4] Another was the smuggler Jaxxon,[3] who worked at least once for the Alliance to Restore the Republic during the Galactic Civil War.[2] Years earlier, during the waning days of the Galactic Republic, the Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker once encountered a disgruntled Lepi on the Wheel who informed them on the whereabouts of Grynask Sanberge.[1] A Lepi was present in Takodana Castle on Takodana thirty years after the Battle of Endor.[5]

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Behind the scenesEdit

The Lepi first appeared in Star Wars canon in the third issue of The Force Awakens Adaptation written by Chuck Wendig and illustrated by Marc Laming. They were originally created for the Star Wars Legends Star Wars 8: Eight for Aduba-3, a 1977 comic written by Roy Thomas and illustrated by Howard Chaykin.[6]

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