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'''Nebit''' was a [[Jawa]] [[Sexes|male]] who served as [[chief]] of a tribe<ref name="Force Collection">{{ForceCollection|Nebit|star=3}}</ref> of Jawas from the [[planet]] [[Tatooine]]. The Jawa's combed the planet's [[desert]]s in a [[sandcrawler]] for lost [[droid]]s or technology that they could sell. In [[0 BBY]], Nebit and his tribe stopped at the [[Lars moisture farm]] and brought out a variety of droids for the [[Lars family]] to browse. [[Owen Lars]] selected the [[protocol droid]] [[C-3PO]] and the [[astromech droid]] [[R5-D4]] from amongst Nebit's stock, but as the pair discussed the purchase, R5-D4 blew its motivator.<ref name="ANH" />
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'''Nebit''' was a [[Jawa]] [[Sexes|male]] who served as [[chief]] of a [[Nebit's tribe|tribe]]<ref name="Force Collection" /> of Jawas from the [[planet]] [[Tatooine]]. The Jawa's combed the planet's [[desert]]s in a [[sandcrawler]] for lost [[droid]]s or technology that they could sell. In [[0 BBY]], Nebit and his tribe stopped at the [[Lars moisture farm]] and brought out a variety of droids for the [[Lars family]] to browse. [[Owen Lars]] selected the [[protocol droid]] [[C-3PO]] and the [[astromech droid]] [[R5-D4]] from amongst Nebit's stock, but as the pair discussed the purchase, R5-D4 blew its motivator.<ref name="ANH" />
   
Based on advice from C-3PO, Lars' nephew [[Luke Skywalker]] then recommended they buy the astromech [[R2-D2]] instead, which Nebit agreed to. The sandcrawler was later attacked by [[Galactic Empire|Imperial]] [[stormtrooper]]s searching for C-3PO and R2-D2. Most of Nesbit's tribe were murdered in the attack, and their bodies later found and burnt by Skywalker, the droids and the [[Jedi]] [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]].<ref name="ANH" />
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Based on advice from C-3PO, Lars' nephew [[Luke Skywalker]] then recommended they buy the astromech [[R2-D2]] instead, which Nebit agreed to. The sandcrawler was later attacked by [[Galactic Empire|Imperial]] [[stormtrooper]]s searching for C-3PO and R2-D2. Most of Nebit's tribe were murdered in the attack, and their bodies later found and burnt by Skywalker, the droids and the [[Jedi]] [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]].<ref name="ANH" />
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
Nebit first appeared in the [[1977]] [[original trilogy]] film, [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]. In the current [[canon]], the Jawa was first named in the [[Video game|mobile card game]] ''[[Star Wars: Force Collection]]'' <ref name="Force Collection" /> which initially launched in [[2013]]. Although the launch of ''Force Collection'' predates<ref name="Force Collection release">{{SW|url=news/announcing-star-wars-force-collection.html|text=Announcing Star Wars: Force Collection|archivedate=20150812102532}}</ref> the ''Star Wars'' canon reset of [[2014]],<ref name="Legends">{{SW|url=news/the-legendary-star-wars-expanded-universe-turns-a-new-page.html|text=The Legendary Star Wars Expanded Universe Turns a New Page|archivedate=20170921050922}}</ref> [[Lucasfilm Story Group]] member [[Leland Chee]] confirmed that the game was kept updated to fit with canon.<ref name="Twitter">{{Twitter|holocronkeeper|status/846807700482666496|[[Leland Chee]]|quote=I'm not gonna go through the trouble of changing them and I don't have any reason to believe currently that anyone would. [&hellip;] On the off-chance that we DID have a current need to change any of these, we would have for Force Collection.|image=File:Leland_Chee_Force_Collection.png}} &mdash; [[Leland Chee]] of the [[Lucasfilm Story Group]] has confirmed that [[in-universe]] information from ''[[Star Wars: Force Collection]]'' conforms with ''[[Star Wars]]'' [[canon]].</ref>
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Nebit first appeared in the [[1977]] [[original trilogy]] film, [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]. In the current [[canon]], the Jawa was first named in the [[Video game|mobile card game]] ''[[Star Wars: Force Collection]]''<ref name="Force Collection" /> which initially launched in [[2013]]. Although the launch of ''Force Collection'' predates<ref name="Force Collection release">{{SW|url=news/announcing-star-wars-force-collection.html|text=Announcing Star Wars: Force Collection|archivedate=20150812102532}}</ref> the ''Star Wars'' canon reset of [[2014]],<ref name="Legends">{{SW|url=news/the-legendary-star-wars-expanded-universe-turns-a-new-page.html|text=The Legendary Star Wars Expanded Universe Turns a New Page|archivedate=20170921050922}}</ref> [[Lucasfilm Story Group]] member [[Leland Chee]] confirmed that the game was kept updated to fit with canon.<ref name="Twitter">{{Twitter|holocronkeeper|status/846807700482666496|[[Leland Chee]]|quote=I'm not gonna go through the trouble of changing them and I don't have any reason to believe currently that anyone would. [&hellip;] On the off-chance that we DID have a current need to change any of these, we would have for Force Collection.|image=File:Leland_Chee_Force_Collection.png}} &mdash; [[Leland Chee]] of the [[Lucasfilm Story Group]] has confirmed that [[in-universe]] information from ''[[Star Wars: Force Collection]]'' conforms with ''[[Star Wars]]'' [[canon]].</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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*''[[Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes]]''
 
*[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']] {{1st}}
 
*[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']] {{1st}}
   
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==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
 
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Nebit was a Jawa male who served as chief of a tribe[2] of Jawas from the planet Tatooine. The Jawa's combed the planet's deserts in a sandcrawler for lost droids or technology that they could sell. In 0 BBY, Nebit and his tribe stopped at the Lars moisture farm and brought out a variety of droids for the Lars family to browse. Owen Lars selected the protocol droid C-3PO and the astromech droid R5-D4 from amongst Nebit's stock, but as the pair discussed the purchase, R5-D4 blew its motivator.[1]

Based on advice from C-3PO, Lars' nephew Luke Skywalker then recommended they buy the astromech R2-D2 instead, which Nebit agreed to. The sandcrawler was later attacked by Imperial stormtroopers searching for C-3PO and R2-D2. Most of Nebit's tribe were murdered in the attack, and their bodies later found and burnt by Skywalker, the droids and the Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Nebit first appeared in the 1977 original trilogy film, Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. In the current canon, the Jawa was first named in the mobile card game Star Wars: Force Collection[2] which initially launched in 2013. Although the launch of Force Collection predates[3] the Star Wars canon reset of 2014,[4] Lucasfilm Story Group member Leland Chee confirmed that the game was kept updated to fit with canon.[5]

AppearancesEdit

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Star Wars: Force Collection (Card: Nebit (★★★) (link))
  3. SWCustom-2011 Announcing Star Wars: Force Collection on StarWars.com (backup link)
  4. SWCustom-2011 The Legendary Star Wars Expanded Universe Turns a New Page on StarWars.com (backup link)
  5. TwitterLogo Leland Chee (@holocronkeeper) on Twitter "I'm not gonna go through the trouble of changing them and I don't have any reason to believe currently that anyone would. […] On the off-chance that we DID have a current need to change any of these, we would have for Force Collection." (screenshot)Leland Chee of the Lucasfilm Story Group has confirmed that in-universe information from Star Wars: Force Collection conforms with Star Wars canon.
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