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|distinctions=Tail sting<ref name="DS" />
 
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'''Scorpion slugs''' were a [[Sentience/Legends|non-sentient]] [[Species/Legends|species]] that lived on [[Despayre]],<ref name="DS" /> a [[Prison/Legends|prison]] [[Planet/Legends|world]] in the [[Atrivis sector/Legends|Atrivis sector]] of the [[Outer Rim Territories/Legends|Outer Rim Territories]].<ref>[[Star Wars: Rebellion (video game)|''Star Wars: Rebellion'']]</ref> The [[Scorpion/Legends|scorpion]] [[Slug (creature)/Legends|slugs]] liked to live among dried evergreen branches; however, [[Prisoner/Legends|prisoners]] such as [[Celot Ratua Dil]] often used the branches for [[Sleep/Legends|sleeping]] mats. Given that the slugs had a potent sting on their tail that could cause [[Standard week/Legends|weeks]] of agony for many [[Humanoid/Legends|humanoid]] species, their proclivity to live in the foliage forced the prisoners to frequently change branches. All the scorpion slugs on Despayre [[Death/Legends|perished]] with the [[Destruction of Despayre|destruction]] of the planet by the first [[DS-1 Orbital Battle Station/Legends|Death Star]] that occurred in [[0 BBY/Legends|0 BBY]].<ref name="DS" />
 
'''Scorpion slugs''' were a [[Sentience/Legends|non-sentient]] [[Species/Legends|species]] that lived on [[Despayre]],<ref name="DS" /> a [[Prison/Legends|prison]] [[Planet/Legends|world]] in the [[Atrivis sector/Legends|Atrivis sector]] of the [[Outer Rim Territories/Legends|Outer Rim Territories]].<ref>[[Star Wars: Rebellion (video game)|''Star Wars: Rebellion'']]</ref> The [[Scorpion/Legends|scorpion]] [[Slug (creature)/Legends|slugs]] liked to live among dried evergreen branches; however, [[Prisoner/Legends|prisoners]] such as [[Celot Ratua Dil]] often used the branches for [[Sleep/Legends|sleeping]] mats. Given that the slugs had a potent sting on their tail that could cause [[Standard week/Legends|weeks]] of agony for many [[Humanoid/Legends|humanoid]] species, their proclivity to live in the foliage forced the prisoners to frequently change branches. All the scorpion slugs on Despayre [[Death/Legends|perished]] with the [[Destruction of Despayre|destruction]] of the planet by the first [[DS-1 Orbital Battle Station/Legends|Death Star]] that occurred in [[0 BBY/Legends|0 BBY]].<ref name="DS" />
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