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Phindians were a humanoid reptilian sentient species native to the planet Phindar that featured green skin, yellow eyes, elongated skulls, and long arms that extending past their knees. Osi Sobeck of the Confederacy of Independent Systems was a member of this species, as well as the criminal Moralo Eval. Other members included Hem and his wife, Teeyr Hem, and the administrator of the Phindar tanker facility.

Biology and appearanceEdit

OsiSobeck Citadel

The Phindian Osi Sobeck

Phindians were a reptilian species distinguished by their long arms and elongated skulls. They had green skin and yellow eyes.[2] Phindians were native to the planet Phindar, which was located in the Mandalore sector, in the Outer Rim Territories.[8]

Phindians in the galaxyEdit

"Moralo Eval is impressed. No casualties on the first challenge. I guarantee you that will not be the case with the next."
―Moralo Eval[src]

The Phindian Moralo Eval escapes with "Rako Hardeen" and Cad Bane.

Osi Sobeck was the Phindian warden of the Citadel prison, which held Jedi prisoners of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. During a rescue mission to break out Jedi Master Even Piell,[9] Sobeck pursued the rescuers and the escapees until he was subsequently killed.[10] Moralo Eval was a Phindian criminal who killed his mother when he got bored.[5] He plotted to kidnap Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine of the Republic with Count Dooku of the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[11] Their plan was foiled by the Jedi when they sent Obi-Wan Kenobi to infiltrate Eval's group.[12]

A Phindian was the administrator of the Phindar tanker facility. In 14 BBY, the Imperial Moff Wilhuff Tarkin came to refuel his corvette and talked to the Phindian.[3]Hem was a Phindian senator and husband of the Phindian Teeyr Hem. Arihnda Pryce gained access to them by buying them an expensive bottle of wine.[6] A Phindian was part of a crowd that began bullying several Imperial officers.[13] A Phindian was among the patrons at a cantina on Son-tuul, when a collective of bounty hunters met up for a heist.[14]



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