"Plooey-sap. Comes from one of the trees in the jungle."
"Well, it tastes like I'm licking the underside of a leaky droid, but I seem compelled to keep drinking it."
―Temmin Wexley and Sinjir Rath Velus — Gnome-speakernotesListen (file info)[src]

Plooey-sap was a green, glowing alcoholic beverage produced from trees originating in the jungles of the Outer Rim planet Akiva. During the rebellion on Akiva, former Imperial loyalty officer Sinjir Rath Velus drank it while in Pok's Place, a cantina in Myrra, Akiva's capital city.


Plooey-sap was a glowing, green-colored beverage that resembled industrial slime waste. It was a thick liquid with a gummy-like quality that was consumable by humans. The beverage was alcoholic and had a slight numbing effect when drunk.[1]


During the rebellion on Akiva[1] around 4 ABY,[2] plooey-sap was served within the cantina Pok's Place in Myrra, the Outer Rim planet Akiva's capital city. Pok, the Mon Calamari bartender of the establishment, gave a bottle of plooey-sap to the former Imperial loyalty officer Sinjir Rath Velus, who accepted it upon prompting. He drank a swig of it and immediately cringed, reflecting on its awful bitter and sweet flavors as his mouth went slightly numb. Velus continued to drink it, which surprised his companion, entrepreneur Temmin Wexley, who explained the beverage's origin from Akiva's jungle trees. The former loyalty officer then compared the taste of plooey-sap to licking the underside of a leaky droid. When Wexley clambered over the table to reunite with his mother Norra, Velus' plooey-sap bottle tumbled to the ground.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Plooey-sap first appeared in Aftermath, a 2015 novel written by Chuck Wendig.[1]


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Aftermath
  2. The events of Aftermath occur a few months after the Battle of Endor, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 4 ABY.
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