Miim Te'Suub was the Director of Formal Activities for SoroSuub Corporation on Edic Bar, a city of Genarius. He was a cousin to the Executive Officer of SoroSuub, who gave Te'Suub the position because of a favor owed to Miim's mother. The position held little real authority. He met with those outsiders with whom the actual executives of Edic Bar did not want to meet with. The company taught Te'Suub a "Formal Greeting" to use with his guests, as a way to discourage them from contacting SoroSuub again.[1]

Miim Te'Suub was directed by his employers to give a speech when the first of SoroSuub's G-59 Cannibalizers came off the line, and to give the employees the day off. Te'Suub was aghast at the four-day party that followed (and the eventual creation of an anniversary party called the Festival), but the situation was not beyond what his employers expected when they told him to do it.[1]

During the Festival of 31 BBY, Te'Suub traditional annual speech was disturbed by the superimposition of the logo of the Metatheran Cartel. Te'Suub angrily challenged Cartel representative Thurm Loogg, being the argument heated enough to require the mediation of diplomats and Jedi consuls.[2]

Personality and traitsEdit

Miim believed he was doing an important job for SoroSuub, and enjoyed his work. He dressed impeccably, and was small for a Sullustan.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

At Gen Con Game Fair 2001, Te'Suub was played by Adam Norman.



Notes and referencesEdit

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