Ludi, known as Baby Ludi, was the subject of a plea for justice which appeared on self-published chassisplasts during the Clone Wars. Many of these small, colorful adhesives, affixed to speeder fairings on planets such as Coruscant, featured expressions of anti-Republic sentiment that were considered troublesome by the Coruscant Traffic Violation Bureau.
Behind the scenes
"Baby Ludi" first appeared in Star Wars Legends as Aris-Del Wari, an individual embroiled in a custody case between the Jedi Order and Wari's mother. Baby Ludi was referenced in Pablo Hidalgo's 2016 canon reference book Star Wars Propaganda: A History of Persuasive Art in the Galaxy with a sticker bearing the slogan "Justice for Baby Ludi".
- Star Wars Propaganda: A History of Persuasive Art in the Galaxy (First mentioned)