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Deliah Blue tattooing a black skull on Cade Skywalker's arm.

"Please tell me that all that stuff will wash out of your hair."
"It will. But the tattoos are permanent."
Myri Antilles startling her father[src]

A tattoo was a permanent insertion of ink[1][2] or pigments[3][4] below the skin using a sharp needle.[1] A number of beings had tattoos, normally for cosmetic reasons or as part of their culture or an organization.

Tattooing was also used as a common identification or branding of slaves. One example was the slave trade planet Orvax IV. The Togorian Mezgraf, a former slave of this planet, had his slaver's mark on his right shoulder, still visible through his white fur, and would often wear a long-sleeved jacket to cover it.[5]

A tattooist, or tattoo artist, was a person who drew tattoos on people's skin as a job. Notable examples were Bojam Rees, who made a living as a tattooist on Starstation 12,[6] and the male Lafrarian Nuyu, a tattoo artist and body decorator who ran a small shop on StarForge Station.[7] The Blue Sector of Corellia's capital Coronet hosted a high proportion of tattoo parlors.[8][9]

During the Clone Wars, under the direction of the Jedi, clone troopers were encouraged to adopt nicknames for themselves, get tattoos and customize their armor and even their hairstyles.[10]

"Tatooine Tattoo" was shipjacker slang for "price on your head" (Jabba the Hutt level).[11] Tattoos could be concealed with synthskin.[12]

Notable cultures[]


The A'mari were the former ruling clan of Malano III. They were marked with a black tattoo across their neck.[13]


The planet Aquella was notable for the Human males' ritual tattooing and dyeing on their bodies upon reaching adulthood.[14] A combination of permanent dye and micro-tattooing was applied during rite of passage ceremonies, and the resulting purplish-green skin made them look like a race of Near-Humans.[15]

Bk'trugh clan[]

The Bk'trugh clan was a Gamorrean clan whose members could be recognized by a tattoo on their arms.[16]

The Blood Carver Ko Vakier with tattoos on his nose flaps.

Blood Carvers[]

The Blood Carvers sported tribal tattoos along the ridge of their nose flaps.[17]

Bomu Clan[]

"I know the clan. Bomu family. I recognize the facial tattoos."
Reen Irana[src]

The Bomu Clan was an extended family of Rodian mercenaries. Each member was marked with a tattoo of the clan's family symbol as soon as she or he was old enough to hold a blaster carbine.[18]


The Bosph stood out from other tattooed cultures by their unusual motif: star maps. The first Bosphs were nomads, and would often tattoo themselves with maps and star charts for navigation. This tradition is still practiced by high-ranking officials and many non-ranking Bosphs. When the species was discovered by scouts several decades before the Battle of Yavin, the Bosphs who took to the stars developed the tradition further by having their skin adorned with intricate star maps, which often depicted star systems and planets not yet discovered by even professional scouts.[19]


Seven years after the Battle of Endor, refugees from Eol Sha made a new home on Dantooine, the homeworld of the Dantari, only to be wiped out by Imperial Admiral Daala. To the primitive Dantari, the arrival of Daala's forces was an event of unprecedented awe, and they began incorporating Imperial symbology into their belief systems. As part the new tradition, the Dantari tattooed themselves with Imperial symbols; Imperial crests, AT-ATs, blaster rifles, and in the case of the truly brave, full body depictions of stormtrooper armor.[17]


The Duhma species identified themselves through their tribal tattoos of a unique pattern. The former Imperial Colonel Abal Karda had his face tattooed with their symbol, as part of a disguise to avoid being captured for the bounty placed on his head.[6]


The Ebranite social structures were based on family and clan units. Each clan, or thilda, had a unique identifying insignia. This insignia was a source of pride and honor, and any insult directed to the clan insignia was viewed as an insult to the clan itself, and to each and every clan member of that clan. Every Ebranite had their clan's insignia tattooed on the uppermost left arm at birth, and remained loyal to their respective clans until death.

In the past millennia, the Ebranite society was plagued with clan warfare, but as their society slowly evolved, many clans would cooperate for mutual advancement. It became increasingly more common to find several clans living together, and children were now given a new clan insignia symbolizing the unity of several clans.[17][20]


Some groups of Falleen had clan or loyalty tattoos on their bodies.[21]


The Gorothite had several wattles beneath their chins, which they decorated with complex, helical tattoos of bright color. The tattoos denoted ancestry and status within their society, and also identified to which j'ber (a kind of clan or extended family) an individual belonged. Most Gorothite couldn't understand how offworlder could be insensitive to these fine gradations of status.[22]

Quinlan Vos with yellow Kiffar tattoos on his face and left arm.


The Gree decorated their long foreheads with hieroglyphic tattoos which indicated rank and caste.[23]


"My source tells me that she's about fifty, has a Kiffar facial tattoo, and flies a KDY assault ship that I think you'd recognize.""
Goran Beviin, on Kiffar Ailyn Vel[src]

The Mirialans and the Kiffar stood out from other Humans and Near-Humans by their tattoos.[24] The Kiffar believed that it is the mother who gives life, and the power of the Force flows through her to her children. As part of this belief, the tattoos of the Kiffar[24]—known as qukuuf[25]—signified their family heritage from their mothers.[24] Various patterns, designs and colors identify an individual's clan. Known colors were yellow, like the Jedi Master Quinlan Vos,[26] green, like Kiffu Guardian Asanté Vos,[26] purple, like Guardian Horsea,[27] black, like bounty hunters Sintas and Ailyn Vel[28] and former Special Forces Republic trooper Larin Moxla,[29] red, like Guardian Vanlin,[27] and blue, like Jedi Padawan Shigar Konshi.[29]

When an individual's mother was not a Kiffar, apparently the father's tattoos were taken on; this was the case of Korto Vos, the son of Quinlan Vos and Human mother Khaleen Hentz.[30]


"Luminara, [we] have had a recent encounter with someone who bears markings similar to yours."
Qui-Gon Jinn[src]

The Mirialans had a religious belief[24][31] based on an ancient,[24] primitive understanding of the Unifying Force,[31] and believed that an individual's actions contributes to her or his destiny.[31] Their actions encompass a long and specific list of tests of skill and character. The Mirialans tattooed themselves with geometric tattoos[32]on their faces and hands, sometimes on their arms, legs, feet and shoulders.[31] The specific patterns told other Mirialans what tests an individual had undertaken successfully,[31] and what general part she or he would take in the future of the Mirialans,[31] as well as that individuals importance to the future of the universe.[24]

Luminara Unduli with Mirialan tattoos on her face and knuckle joints.

The shapes and locations of Mirialan tattoos denoted different actions in the life of the Mirialan, and upon death, the markings were used to determine the cultural worth of the individual and their contributions to furthering the culture as a whole.[32] Each shape and line depicted the Mirialan's personal history, but few other species cared to decipher them.[33]

The Jedi Master Luminara Unduli and her Padawan Barriss Offee wore unique tattoos to signify that the Force had singled them out for greater destinies. Luminara's tattoos included her lower lip, her chin and the knuckle joints on her hands.[31] Her lower lip had a purplish-black color, and her chin was adorned with interlocking black diamond-shaped tattoos, while more intricate markings covered her knuckle joints.[34] Later, she had her upper lip tattooed as well, and her chin-tattoo was enlarged with more diamonds.[35]

Barriss' tattoos were not as detailed as her master's, but she knew that she would acquire more of them as she grew older. Her diamond-shaped tattoos[36] ran across her cheeks, the bridge of her nose, and the backs of her hands.[31] Her lips were the same dark color of the tattoos,[36] but it is uncertain whether they were tattooed as well, or were just make-up.

The male Mirialan pirate and mercenary Arwen Cohl was rushed from temple to temple with small diamond-shaped tattoos.[37]

The Mirialan smuggler Baasen Ray had tattoos on his chin and cheeks. He acquired a few more as he got older.[38]


"Who applied the markings?"
"The mother did.""
Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious discussing Darth Maul[src]

Zabrak Nightbrothers

The Nightbrothers were a tribal group of Dathomirian (Zabrak-Human hybrids) men subservient to the Nightsisters of Dathomir.[39] Shortly after birth, a Nightbrother was subjected to an initiation ritual in which he was submerged in an oily bath, energized with spirit ichor conjured by the Nightsisters' use of magicks, and covered with tattoos[4] on their chests and faces.[40] Sometimes, the tattoos were applied to the Nightbrother's entire body - this was the case with the Sith Lord Darth Maul.[4] The Nightbrothers' tattoos marked them as the Nightsisters' kin and warriors,[40] and also showed which Nightbrother clan they belonged to.[41][40]

Maul was a member of the Nightbrothers before being taken by Darth Sidious to be trained as his apprentice.[39][4] Maul's tattoos, thought to be linked to the Sith,[39] actually came from the warrior culture of the Nightbrothers.[39][4] His entire body had been garishly and ceremonially tattooed in red and black pigments by his mother when he was less than a standard year of age (before he was taken by Sidious),[42] symbols which showed his Nightbrother heritage.[43] Later stripped of his black Nightbrother markings, Maul was left solely red-skinned.[44] Agonizing Sith Tatoos were applied personally by Darth Sidious in an attempt to cleanse Maul's mind.[44][45] Savage Opress also wore tattoos.[46]


The Nightsisters of Dathomir had a tradition of facial tattooing. The markings announced to the galaxy what they were.[40] One example was a group of Nightsisters lead by matriarch Zalem. The coven had pale skin with black tattoos.[47] The Nightsister Robetheri wore reddish-brown tattoos on her bald head and face, which drastically altered her appearance.[48]

Sometimes, the markings on a Nightsister's face were not tattoos, but bruises. According a text written by Mother Talzin, channeling the magic of the Fanged God could burst minor blood vessels, raising telltale bruises on the cheeks and around the eyes.[40] Talzin's herself had such permanent bruises on her face as a result of the use of dark side powers.[49]


The blue-skinned Pantorans wore yellow tattoos on their faces.[50]


The Rattataki were distinguished by their chalk-white skin, and facial tattoos.[33]


Tattoos were mark of status on the planet Scipio. Rush Clovis, a Banking Clan member from Scipio, wore yellow tattoos on his forehead.[51]


After the Mindharp of Sharu was activated, the life-energies of the Sharu were awakened from their computerized slumber, and the Toka, the species' temporary, primitive form, were restored to the Sharu. Many of the new Sharu had tattoos on their foreheads of the Mindharp or other Sharu symbols.[52]


Ziro the Hutt with the tattoos of the Hutts of Sleheyron on his head, back, arms and tail. He also had the symbol of Black Sun tattooed on his belly.

The wealthy Hutts of Sleheyron, a Hutt trade world, wore unique headdresses, jewelry and golden tattoos.[53] Ziro the Hutt got his tattoos during his younger days as a crime lord and smuggling boss on the planet.[54] His tattoos were inked by a Sleheyroni artist. He also had the symbol of his Black Sun faction tattooed on his belly.[51]


Each Sullustan's cranial markings and dew flaps were as unique to that individual as a retinal marker or fingerprints. Some Sullustans took this uniqueness a step further by adding ritual tattoos, reinforcing their individualism.[24] One example of a tattooed Sullustan was a Sullustan member of the Black Hole Gang during the Clone Wars.[55] In 0 BBY, Han Solo met a Sullustan in a cantina on Kiamurr, who had ornate tattoos on his dewflaps and ears.[56]


The Tarasin had a tattoo design unique to their species: A kir'ala tree with its long, weeping branches. Color-changing inks were reserved for marks of true honor.[57]

Tusken Raiders[]

"I marked myself to set myself apart. So that, under my outer face, I would not have to be...Human"
A'Sharad Hett[src]

Tusken Raiders wore ritual tattoos on their bodies.[58] A'Sharad Hett, a Human raised among Tuskens, wore the tattoos of his people[58] on his face[59] and shoulders[60]. The black markings were a way of identifing himself as not being human under his Tusken trappings.[59]

Nei Rin with Yuuzhan Vong tattoos.

Yuuzhan Vong[]

"Tattooed head to toe, and soon to be black with blood, if we have anything to say about it."
Major Garray, on a Yuuzhan Vong Commander[src]

Among the Yuuzhan Vong, tattooing was part of a religious ritual of reshaping and disfiguration. Most Yuuzhan Vong bore severe disfigurements, scars and tattoos to more closely resemble their gods, which they fanatically worshiped.[61]


The Near-Human, blue-skinned Wroonians[62] often wore ornate markings on their faces, but it is unclear how often these facial decorations were tattoos, instead of make-up or paint. The Wroonian woman Azoora had her forehead decorated with a yellow mark that matched her lips.[63] Chi Eekway Papanoida, the Pantoran senator of the Wroonian homeworld,[64] whose skin color matched the Wroonians, wore black markings on her forehead, nose and chin.[65] The planet Saleucami was home to several offworld cultures, including Wroonians.[66] Among the Wroonian colonists, ornate facial markings appeared to be common. At least two colors, red and black, existed.[67]


The Zabrak wore facial tattoos made up of thin lines that they received during their rite of passage, which takes place after their horns begin to grow at puberty. These facial marks could be symbolic of many things, like family lineage or where they came from, or could be a personal design of their own.[24] A Zabrak's ritual tattoos were unique to each Zabrak, and could represent any number of things in their life or culture.[33] The Sith Lord Darth Maul had his skin covered in black tattoos[24] from his Nightbrothers tribe.[39] It was unusual for a Zabrak to have no facial tattoos[68]; notable examples were Jedi Master Agen Kolar,[69] Pol Haus, prefect in the Imperial Sector Police[68] and the Jedi Padawan Maris Brood.[70]

Notable organizations[]

Black Sun[]

"Those weren't Rebels, unless Rebels started wearing Black Sun tattoos..."

Some members of the crime syndicate Black Sun carried the symbol of the organization as a permanent tattoo on their body. During the Clone Wars, a trio of Black Sun mercenaries crossed paths with Nuru Kungurama and Breakout Squad. At least one of the mercenaries had a Black Sun tattoo on his forearm, though he covered it up with synthskin.[12] Vigo Ziro the Hutt had the symbol of his Black Sun faction tattooed on his belly.[51] During the Galactic Civil War, a group of Black Sun operatives attacked Imperial Governor Lexhannen Torlock's palace on Corulag. The group was posing as members of the Rebel Alliance, but their Black Sun tattoos gave them away.[71] In 137 ABY, several Black Sun members sought to extort protection money from "Bantha" Rawk. After the skirmish, a Black Sun tattoo could be seen on the shoulder a dead Quarren.[72]

The Crucible[]

"The marks! Don't you know what they are? Don't you know what she is?"
Goethar Kleej about Jarael[src]

Jarael with the Flames of the Crucible on her face and arms.

The Crucible was a slaving ring, whose minders wore tattoos[73] known as Flames of the Crucible[74]. Some members, such as Chantique and Jarael, were known to bear the Flames of the Crucible on their arms and faces.[73] Jarael had never explained her body art,[75] but in the end, her past caught up with her when she ran into a slave called Goethar Kleej on Pantolomin[74]. Goethar had never met her before, but recognized the markings printed on her face.[74] However, the tattoos on Jarael's face spelled out her name, which in the ancient tongue of the Crucible[73] meant "protector", and had been given to her by the slaves she had tried to help as well as she could.[76]


The Duality was a popular and benign Tarrack cult founded on the twin principles of joy and service. Followers could be identified by the tattoos on their foreheads and cheeks.[77]

Force Hounds[]

"A child...with the same tattoo as you. You as a child, Xesh? Yes."
Tasha Ryo, looking into the mind of Xesh[src]

Force Hounds were Force-sensitive servants of the Rakatan Infinite Empire. They wore a tattoo of their Aurebesh letter name on their face and body. The Near-Human Trill had a red tattoo on her face representing the letter Trill.[78] Human Force Hound Xesh had blue tattoos on his face, back and arms, representing the letter Xesh.[79] Isk had azure tattoos on his face and arm representing the letter Isk.[79]


The followers of the K'thri martial arts had their mark tattooed on their skin.[80]


The Matukai were an ancient sect of Force-users spread throughout the galaxy. When a member completed her or his training, that person tattooed themselves with a symbol that covered parts of their forehead and the sides of the face at the eyes.[81] After the fall of the Galactic Empire, many Matukai joined the New Jedi Order, but they still preferred to distinguish themselves with a facial tattoo.[82]

Rav's Pirates[]

Jariah Syn with the Bloody Bones tattooed on his shoulder.

The pirate Rav and his crew wore tattoos of the Rav's insignia called the Bloody Bones, composed of two crossed red bones. His symbol was feared throughout the galaxy. After joining Rav's crew, Cade Skywalker was marked with Rav's insignia on his arm, but added a skull to his tattoo, thus making the symbol his own.[83] He would later add a similar, black tattoo on the other arm.[84]

Many members of Rav's crew wore other red tattoos in addition to Rav's symbol.[85] For example, Cade's friend and fellow pirate Jariah Syn had red markings tattooed on his right forearm, wrist and hand.[86] Cade had a similar tattoo on his left forearm, reminiscent of a red anchor,[86] as well as a red skull tattooed on his left leg.[87]

Red Hand[]

Several members of the Coruscant criminal organization Red Hand had their organization's symbol tattooed on their skin. At least two different color designs, red and purple, were used.[88]

Sisterhood of the Beatific Countenance[]

The Sisterhood of the Beatific Countenance were a religious group of Lorrdian mercenaries. When traveling outside their temple, they wore full length robes and masks to hide the lines of scripture tattooed on their bodies.[89]

Sith Order[]

Several members of the Sith Order adorned themselves with black tattoos of various patterns and designs.

Sith Empire[]

"Naga Sadow, are you ready for the mark?"
―A Sith soldier to the new Dark Lord of the Sith, Naga Sadow[src]

XoXaan, one of the first Sith Lords, had her face tattooed with black markings.[90]

The Dark Lords of the Sith of the old Sith Empire wore tattoos of rank on their foreheads. The burning venom of a kind of pincerbug was used to burn the mark into the Dark Lords skin.[91] Centuries later, the Sith Lord Naga Sadow would bear the same mark.[92] 1000 year after the fall of the Sith Empire, the spirit of the Dark Lord Marka Ragnos named Exar Kun the newest Dark Lord, and made Ulic Qel-Droma Kun's apprentice. Marked with Sith tattoos on their foreheads by Ragnos' hand, the newest members of the Sith joined forces.[93] When Ulic returned to the light side, his tattoo was carved away, leaving an x-shaped scar.[94]

The members of the Lost Tribe of Sith on Kesh did not wear tattoos. Seelah Korsin instilled in the tribe's younglings a "respect for their bodies" and a "lust for physical perfection". In her eyes, tattoos were labels for slaves.[95] This tradition was still alive 5000 years later: While the Lost Tribe enjoyed painting their bodies with decorative markings, they would never defile themselves with permanent ink.[2]

Sith Empire (Jedi Civil War)[]

During the Jedi Civil War a few decades later, the fallen Jedi Knight Darth Revan founded a new Sith Empire and declared himself the new Dark Lord of the Sith. Several members of Revan's new Sith order sported tattoos. Uthar Wynn, the head of the Sith Academy on Korriban, and his apprentice Yuthura Ban had parts of their heads and necks adorned with a detailed pattern of tattoos. Revan's follower Jorak Uln had his bald heads tattooed with a striped design.[96]. However, Revan's apprentice, Darth Malak, got his tattoos, blue stripes which adorned his head, before he became a Sith.[97]

Sith Empire (Post–Great Hyperspace War)[]

Many Sith of the reconstituted Sith Empire had facial tattoos that represented their devotion to the Sith.[98]

Xat Hracken was the Combat Master at the Sith academy on Odacer-Faustin in year 3645 BBY. His upper body was hardened by scar tissue and strange tattoos.[99]

New Sith Empire[]

In year 1750 BBY, the powerful Sith leader known only as the Dark Underlord consolidated a large Sith group known as the Black Knights.[100] One of these knights was a Zeltron commander,[100] whose red skin was decorated with black tattoos on the left side of his face and bald head.[101]

New Sith Wars / Brotherhood of Darkness[]

750 years later, by the time of the battle of Ruusan, two and a half thousand years after Revan's time, the tattoos of the Sith had evolved into circles, wavy lines, straight lines, squares, spots, swirls, triangles etc.[102] One example was the Sith Lord Githany, who bore a wavy, circular black tattoo on her forehead. Several Sith of this era had their eyelids and skin around their eyes tattooed.[102] The Sith Lord Darth Bane, the man who eventually reinvented the Sith order after its destruction and established the Rule of Two had black markings around his eyes,[103] Some Sith of this era wore tattoos on their head or face, though some had other parts of their body decorated.[102] Among them was the Sith Lord Kas'im, who wore his tattoos on his chest,[104]

Darth Talon, a Sith Lord of Darth Krayt's New Sith Order, had black Sith tattoos covering her body, head, and lekku

and an unnamed tattooed Sith Lord who was tattooed on his head, face, neck and arms.[105]

Finn, a Sith Master who operated as a terrorist during the final years of the New Sith Wars,[106] had two black tattoos under each eye.[107]

Order of the Sith Lords[]

Darth Bane's apprentice, Darth Zannah, eventually acquired facial markings similar to those of her master;[108] again, is is not known whether these were permanent tattoos or simply painted. Zannah's apprentice, Darth Cognus, already wore tattoos before she became a Sith - her chin was tattooed with four sharp, thin lines, extending like fangs from her lower lip.[109]

Darth Tenebrous, the master of Darth Plagueis, had esoteric body markings and tattoos on his body.[4]

Darth Sidious selected Darth Maul as his apprentice. Unbeknownst to many, Maul had been a member of the Dathomiri Nightbrothers before being taken away by Sidious, and Maul's full-body tattoos, thought to be linked to the Sith, initially came from the warrior culture of the Nightbrothers.[39][4] Maul's entire body had been garishly and ceremonially tattooed in red and black pigments before he was taken by Sidious, when Maul was less than a standard year of age[42]. Later stripped of his black Nightbrother markings, Maul was left solely red-skinned.[44] Agonizing Sith Tatoos were applied personally by Darth Sidious in an attempt to cleanse Maul's mind.[44][45] Sidious later wrote in the Dark Side Compendium that he himself applied Maul's tattoos.[110] The symbols on Maul's body showed both his Nightbrothers heritage,[43] as well as his complete dedication to the dark side.[110] Maul's brother, Savage Opress, was also tattoed in the same fashion as Maul, but his tattoos were brown.

The Dark Jedi Jerec, of the same era, bore Sith tattoos on his mouth and chin, even though he was never named a Sith Lord.[92]

One Sith[]

"Look at 'em, Cannon... Snarky, red-tatted gornts. I don't like 'em and I don't trust 'em."
"Lords of the Empire, Storm.""
Jae "Stom" Akura and Brodie "Cannon" Coburn[src]

During the Second Galactic Civil War, decades after the birth of the New Republic, the Sith continued to survive on the planet Korriban. One of them was Dician, whose pale geometric-patterned tattoos on her cheeks stood out from normal black Sith tattoos. Her tattoos stood out in sharp relief on her dark skin.[111]

Vestara Khai, a Sith apprentices of the Lost Tribe of Sith on Kesh, wore what appeared to be a black tattoo that went from between her eyes to the left side of her forehead.[112] However, this was actually eye swirls that she carefully painted on every morning to draw attention away from a scar at the corner of her mouth.[113]

Many members of Darth Krayt's One Sith wore red and black Sith tattoos all over their body.[114] Darth Krayt himself was tattooed long before he became a Sith. As a Human raised among Tusken Raiders, he marked his face with black tattoos so that he, under his Tusken trappings, would not have to be human.[59] His markings were ritual Tusken tattoos.[58] He also wore tattoos on his shoulders.[60] One of Krayt's two Hands was the Twi'lek Sith Lord Darth Talon, whose tattoos were scribed by Krayt and earned in ritual combat.[83]

Skull Squadron[]

Gunn Yage, leader of Skull Squadron, and squadron members Brodie Coburn and Tev Rimon, had their squadron symbol tattooed on their shoulder.[115]

Sluissi Padawans[]

Jedi Padawans of the Galactic Republic wore a braid behind the ear as a sign of their status; that is, those of them who had hair or fur. Padawans without hair would show their rank in other ways, and Sluissi Padawans could choose to bisect their left cheek with a facial tattoo.[82]

Nyrat Agira, a member of the Zealots of Psusan.

Vurrha's Blood[]

Vurrha's Blood was a criminal group lead by the Quarren Vurrha Chur. Their name derived from both the initiation ceremony where Vurrha would cut himself and smear his blood across the face of the new member, and the tattoos they wore - a red circle with a black teardrop inside.[116]

Zealots of Psusan[]

The Zealots of Psusan, female members of the cult Disciples of Psusan, could be recognized by a spiritual tattoo of a black starburst on the abdomen, surrounding the navel.[117] At least two designs existed: Nyrat Agira and Khaleen Hentz wore a mark which was slightly more detailed than the design worn by Rosha Vess. Khaleen Hentz was adorned with other tattoos as well: Two triangles formed a diamond under her left eye, and a flower made up of black diamonds, dots and lines was tattooed on the left side of her back.[118] The Farghul bounty hunter Breela had a belly tattoo very similar to the Zealots of Psusan, marking her as a possible member.[119]

Notable people with individual tattoos[]

Bounty hunters[]

  • The Zabrak Odon Anak wore a light red tattoo of a lightning bolt on her forehead and cheekbones, in addition to the traditional tattoos of her species.[116]
  • The Farghul Breela had a belly tattoo very similar to the Zealots of Psusan, marking her as a possible member.[119]
  • Gida Luroon wore black tattoos on the top of her left lekku and across her left eye.[122]
  • The pirate-turned-bounty hunter Rav wore a pale, X-shaped tattoo over his left eye.[123]
  • Tirog wore a gray tattoo over his right eye and cheek, as well as a red tattoo on his head and right arm.[124]

Clone troopers[]

"They say he bulked himself up in captivity. And tattooed his name all over his body."
CT-5539, about his fellow clone trooper, Kaddak[src]

Hardcase had tattoos on across his face and scalp

  • Dogma sported a red tattoo across his face. His helmet had a triangular design that reflected his tattoo.[125]
  • Fives had a tattoo of a "5" on his right temple.[126]
  • Hardcase had blue stripes tattooed across his face and scalp, which matched a design painted on his armor.[127]
  • Hevy sported dark tattoos on either side of his face, from the back of the neck to the cheeks.[126]
  • Jek had a tattoo which consisted of a circle and lines on the back of his neck.[128]
  • Kix had the phrase "A good droid is a dead one" tattooed in Aurebesh on the left side of his head.[127]
  • Rys had a tattoo on his neck and jaw.[128]
  • Commander Stone was recognizable by a tattoo on the left side of his forehead, which resembled the number "53".[131]
  • Tup sported a tear drop tattoo under his right eye. His helmet had a tear drop design that reflected his tattoo.[125]

Force users[]

  • The Dark Jedi Tavion Axmis wore patterns of purple tattoos on her arms and forehead, as well as under her eyes and on the bridge of her nose.[132]
  • The Jedi Padawan and expert slicer Ekria, and the expert slicer Zakarisz Ghent both hailed from the planet Baroli,[133] and were distinguished by their blue hair and the same blue facial tattoos[134]. It is not known whether their appearance was part of a culture, organization or sub-culture, or whether they were related.
  • The bald Dark Jedi Trenox had dark lines tattooed on his head.[140]

Jabba the Hutt's arm tattoo

  • The Dathomirian[39][141] Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress was distinguished by the black tattoos on her chalk-white skin. Six knife-shaped tattoos were arrayed on each side of her bald head, like daggers pointing at her ears, one for each of the twelve warlords she had killed after swearing their deaths.[142][143] However, on several occasions during the Clone Wars, she was seen with different, wavy markings, and had apparently added tattoos to her jaw.[144] These markings were ritual tattoos.[51]


  • The criminal Grappa wore a tattoo of a skull on his forehead.[146]
  • The crime lord Groola had a purple talon-shaped tattoo over each eye, as well as two bands of purple tattoos that went from his chin and down his chest and belly.[8]
  • The gangster Jabba Desilijic Tiure wore the symbol of his clan as a tattoo on his right arm.[147] The tattoo was made of yoro root pigment.[3] Big Gizz, the leader of Jabba's swoop gang, wore a tattoo identical to Jabba's, on the same arm. Several other members of his gang did it so, as a symbol of their affiliation.[148]


"When I saw the tattoos on that female's hand, I thought for a moment that there might be a vestige of the true warrior left in the Mandalorians and that they might be like us in valuing their own pain and death. But no - this is vanity, decoration, nothing more."
Yuuzhan Vong Nom Anor, commenting on his meeting with the Mandalorian Briika Jeban[src]
  • Baltan Carid had a dark blue tattoo of a vine which emerged from the top of his armor and ended under his chin.[151]

Nera Dantels' facial tattoos proclaimed her individuality and refusal to blend in

  • Veela Ordo, the Mandalorian wife of Canderous, had her high cheekbones tattooed with intricate blue swirls.[154]


  • While posing as a pirate captain, the Twi'lek Dia Passik had her lekku decorated with temporary tattoos of an intricate pattern of black cuneiform marks. The body art told the misdeeds stories of her fictitious character.[156]


  • Basso, a member of the Rebel Alliance, had his head tattooed with a black band that went over his forehead and around his head.[159]
  • The smuggler and Rebel Alliance member Nera Dantels was distinguished by her black talon-shaped tattooed under her eyes. The tattoos were later enlarged, with bigger talons that and also covered her eyes, and the color was changed to dark blue.[160] Her tattoos prominently proclaimed her individuality and refusal to blend in.[161]
  • Wyl Tarson adorned his skin with a single, big golden tattoo which covered parts of his neck, chest, back, left arm and stomach.[163]

Senators and aides[]

Wyl Tarson's golden tattoo covered a large area of his upper body


  • After the intelligence operative Myri Antilles startled her father by telling him about her new tattoos (the hair dye would wash out, but "the tattoos were permanent"), she laughed. It is unclear whether she was telling the truth or only joking.[168]
  • Cavis Bault, a follower of the religious organization H'kig, had every inch of his arms decorated with elaborate tattoos disappearing into his plain habit.[170]
  • Big Gizz, the leader of Jabba the Hutt's swoop gang, wore the same tattoo as his boss, Jabba the Hutt, on his right arm.[148] The tattoo was the symbol of Jabba's clan.[4]
  • The minor Crime Lord Ray Carantar had a twisting and curving tattoo on the right side of his bald head.[172]

Mina Bonteri had intricate patterns tattooed on her arms and neck

  • Ushka Et, the Devaronian lead singer of the band Distraction, stood out from other tattooed people by a peculiar design: Half her face was tattooed to look like she'd been in a horribly disfiguring accident – that is, from a distance. Up close, she was very attractive. She had done this for the sake of attention, and was very self-conscious about her actions. She wasn't ashamed of the original body art, but preferred that people didn't stare at her tattoos unless she was performing. When she talked to people, she therefore tended to turn the tattooed half of her face away from the person.[178]
  • Gauer, a man employed by the Galactic Empire, had a tattoo consisting of a brown line that ran over his hairless skull to the top of his nose, where the line split in two and formed another line over the bridge of his nose. His eyelids and the skin around his eyes was tattooed black, and both eye tattoos were connected by a black stripe underneath the brown one over the bridge over his nose.[183]
  • The Twi'lek starship thief Tardon Golor had intricate tattoos on his scalp and lekku.[184]
  • The Siniteen criminal Hal'Sted had his forehead and parts of his face tattooed with an intricate black pattern.[137]
  • The famous podracer Kerd K'Kerren had every inch of his hands, face and neck covered in intricate tattoos of green and gold. The left side of his had was shaved and tattooed with swirls and checks.[189]
  • Blue Squadron pilot Dorset Konnair had a blue starflare tattoo covering her right eye. Her skin was also decorated with other symbols, most of which were hidden underneath her clothes.[190]
  • Swoop gang leader Dean Lado had swirls tattooed on his chest and upper arms.[186]
  • Black Sun member Asa Naga had three thin, blue, vertical rectangles with black outlines tattooed in the center of his forehead. This design was enhanced with white color tattooed over his nose and parts of his forehead, in contrast with his blue skin.[197]

A tattooed woman at the Black Hole cantina on Kiffex, wearing tattoos on her forehead, left arm and right shoulder.

  • Thrynka Padaunete, leader of the People's Inquest, had a dark gray tattoo on her chest. Her face was decorated with red and white markings, which might have been tattoos as well, or just simply make-up.[199]
  • After the female Twi'lek Sienn'rha was abducted and enslaved by Bib Fortuna, her lekku was tattooed with delicate floral chains. A Twi'lek's lekku was full of nerves, which made the skin extremely sensitive, and tattooing excruciatingly painful.[201]
  • The zealous Xalto Sneerzick had the back of his hand decorated with a tattoo of the symbol of his cause: A purple cog being struck by a lightning bolt, which signified his devotion to freeing all droids throughout the galaxy.[202]
  • The Human mercenary Clea Sook had black tattoos inked on her hands and across her face.[203]
  • Diversity Alliance leader Nolaa Tarkona had her single lekku – the other one was missing – tattooed, and stoically endured the prolonged agony. Everyone who saw the Twi'lek woman's tattoos admired her endurance, which added to her power.[1]
  • The Nagai Lusubrin T'shkali, also known as Brin, had a violet royal crest tattooed around his left eye, and silver sigils tattooed on his neck. He refused to discuss the significance of either set of markings.[195]
  • Letta Turmond had dark gray tattoos on her face and right arm.[205]
  • Varti, a citizen of the planet JanFathal, had the dark skin of his scalp tattooed with white designs from ear to what had been his hairline.[207]

Morlish Veed had a simple tattoo of Aurebesh letters on his arm

Behind the scenes[]

One of the proposed designs for Anakin Skywalker for Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith had him sporting a mohawk and a black tattoo on his right arm and shoulder,[211][212] but George Lucas thought it was too much.[212]

The The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia states that tattoos are part of the Togruta culture, and describes the white facial markings of Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano as tattoos. This has been contradicted in other sources; the Ultimate Alien Anthology, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith: The Visual Dictionary, The New Essential Guide to Alien Species and Star Wars: The Old Republic Encyclopedia all establish that the facial markings of the Togruta are in fact natural pigments. Even so, during the production of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Ahsoka's facial markings were designed as tattoos, according to The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. A conclusive answer has yet to be revealed.

In Legacy (2006) 44, a black tattoo erroneously appears on Fionah Ti's shoulder in one panel. For the rest of the storyarc, the tattoo is missing.


While people wearing tattoos appear in many Star Wars works, the following is only a list of media in which tattoos are specifically mentioned:

Darth Maul had tattoos over the majority of his body.


Note: Pictures of tattoos are generally only listed if the character or species can only be found in sources, and not in any appearances.

Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Young Jedi Knights: Diversity Alliance
  2. 2.0 2.1 Fate of the Jedi: Apocalypse
  3. 3.0 3.1 Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Darth Plagueis
  5. Dark Times 3
  6. 6.0 6.1 Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire
  7. The Far Orbit Project
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Coruscant and the Core Worlds
  9. Suns of Fortune, p. 14
  10. The Essential Guide to Warfare
  11. "Shipjacker slang" in SWAJsmall.jpg "Special Ops: Ship Jackers" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 13
  12. 12.0 12.1 The Clone Wars: Secret Missions 4: Guardians of the Chiss Key
  13. Rebel Force: Target
  14. 14.0 14.1 The Essential Atlas
  15. The Jedi Academy Sourcebook
  16. Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition (Chapter Two: Gamemastering)
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Ultimate Alien Anthology
  18. Tempest Feud
  19. SWAJsmall.jpg "Alien Encounters" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 13
  20. Galaxy Guide 12: Aliens — Enemies and Allies
  21. Scoundrels, chapter six
  22. Goroth: Slave of the Empire
  23. SWAJsmall.jpg "The Gree Enclave" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 8
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 24.6 24.7 24.8 The New Essential Guide to Alien Species
  25. Legacy of the Force: Revelation
  26. 26.0 26.1 Star Wars: Republic: Twilight
  27. 27.0 27.1 Star Wars: Republic: Darkness
  28. Legacy of the Force: Bloodlines
  29. 29.0 29.1 The Old Republic: Fatal Alliance
  30. Republic 83
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 31.6 31.7 Power of the Jedi Sourcebook
  32. 32.0 32.1 Holonet icon allegiances.png Mirialan on The Old Republic Holonet (content now obsolete; backup link)
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 Star Wars: The Old Republic Encyclopedia
  34. The Approaching Storm
  35. Star Wars: Republic: Hidden Enemy
  36. 36.0 36.1 Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones
  37. Cloak of Deception
  38. Honor Among Thieves, chapter tree
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 39.5 39.6 SWInsider.png "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Nightsisters but Were Afraid to Ask" – Star Wars Insider 122
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 40.3 40.4 Book of Sith: Secrets from the Dark Side
  41. Restraint
  42. 42.0 42.1 Darth Plagueis - Note: Maul's skin is depicted as red in "Marked", and he is referred to as "red-skinned" with "black tattoos" in Maul: Lockdown, chapter 2; but The New Essential Guide to Characters (Sith tattoos) and Darth Plagueis (Nightbrother tattoos) establish that the tattoos were black and red; in addition, both Marked and Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force claim that Sidious himself applied the tattoos, and Star Wars: Darth Plagueis describes Sidious informing Plagueis of the tattoos' Nightbrother heritage.
  43. 43.0 43.1 Star Wars Character Encyclopedia
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 "Marked" — Star Wars Tales 24
  45. 45.0 45.1 Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force
  46. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Monster"
  47. Star Wars: Republic: Infinity's End; confirmed as tattoos in SWInsider.png "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Nightsisters but Were Afraid to Ask" – Star Wars Insider 122
  48. Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds
  49. Restraint (Note that The Wrath of Darth Maul refers to Talzin's facial markings as tattoos)
  50. Scourge, pages 14, 216
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 51.3 51.4 51.5 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Character Encyclopedia
  52. SWGamer-icon.png "A Campaign Guide to the Centrality"—Star Wars Gamer 5
  53. Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Visual Guide
  54. 54.0 54.1 Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Episode Guide
  55. The Clone Wars: Secret Missions 2: Curse of the Black Hole Pirates
  56. Honor Among Thieves, chapter thirteen
  57. Sacrifices [1]
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 SWInsider.png "Darth Krayt" – Star Wars Insider 113
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 Republic 59
  60. 60.0 60.1 Star Wars: Republic: Siege of Saleucami
  61. The New Jedi Order Sourcebook and The New Essential Guide to Alien Species
  62. Alien Encounters
  63. Star Wars (1977) 7 and The Starhoppers of Aduba-3 article in Star Wars Gamer 4
  64. Databank title.png Eekway, Chi in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link)
  65. Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Chronicles: The Prequels (pictures only)
  66. Databank title.png Saleucami in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link)
  67. Star Wars: Republic: Trackdown
  68. 68.0 68.1 Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows
  69. Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith
  70. The Force Unleashed comic
  71. Shadow Stalker
  72. Legacy (2006) 23
  73. 73.0 73.1 73.2 Knights of the Old Republic 45
  74. 74.0 74.1 74.2 Knights of the Old Republic 41
  75. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Handbook
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  77. Tyrant's Test
  78. Dawn of the Jedi: Force Storm 1
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  81. Hero's Guide
  82. 82.0 82.1 The Jedi Path
  83. 83.0 83.1 Star Wars: Legacy 0
  84. Legacy (2006) 25
  85. Legacy (2006) 23
  86. 86.0 86.1 Star Wars: Legacy
  87. Legacy (2006) 17
  88. Life Below
  89. Databank title.png Nod, Seib in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link)
  90. Legacy (2006) 17
  91. Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi — The Golden Age of the Sith
  92. 92.0 92.1 The New Essential Guide to Characters
  93. Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi - Dark Lords of the Sith
  94. Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi - Redemption
  95. Lost Tribe of the Sith: Savior
  96. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  97. Knights of the Old Republic 31
  98. The Old Republic: Annihilation
  99. Red Harvest
  100. 100.0 100.1 Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties
  101. SWInsider.png "The History of the Mandalorians" – Star Wars Insider 80
  102. 102.0 102.1 102.2 Star Wars: Jedi vs. Sith
  103. Star Wars: Darth Bane Trilogy covers
  104. Darth Bane: Path of Destruction
  105. "All For You" — Star Wars Tales 17
  106. The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  107. "The Apprentice" — Star Wars Tales 17
  108. Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil cover
  109. Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil
  110. 110.0 110.1 The Essential Guide to the Force
  111. Legacy of the Force: Fury
  112. Fate of the Jedi: Omen cover
  113. Fate of the Jedi: Abyss
  114. Star Wars: Legacy - the red is specified in Legacy (2006) 44
  115. Legacy (2006) 44, design identified as Skull Squadron's symbol in Legacy (2006) 14
  116. 116.0 116.1 Ultimate Adversaries
  117. Databank title.png Agira, Nyrat in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link) and Star Wars: Attack of the Clones: The Visual Dictionary
  118. SWInsider.png "Who's Who in the Outlander Club: It's Ladies' Night" – Star Wars Insider 75 and Republic 63 (Khaleen Hentz)
  119. 119.0 119.1 SWInsider.png "Underworld: A Galaxy of Scum and Villainy" – Star Wars Insider 89
  120. Databank title.png Fett, Jango in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link)
  121. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Deception"
  122. SWGamer-icon.png "Rendezvous at Ord Mantell"—Star Wars Gamer 1
  123. Legacy Era Campaign Guide
  124. Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
  125. 125.0 125.1 TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Darkness on Umbara"
  126. 126.0 126.1 TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Rookies"
  127. 127.0 127.1 127.2 TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Deserter" and StarWars.com The Clone Wars Episode Guide: The Deserter on StarWars.com (content now obsolete; backup link)
  128. 128.0 128.1 TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Ambush"
  129. Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows 2
  130. StarWars.com "Secret Weapons" - The Clone Wars Episode Guide on StarWars.com (backup link) (Slide 4)
  131. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Gungan General" (identified as Stone in Star Wars: The Clone Wars – The Official Episode Guide: Season 1) and Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Episode Guide)
  132. Star Wars: Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
  133. Ghent: Heir to the Empire Sourcebook , Ekria: Reversal of Fortune
  134. Ekria: Reversal of Fortune, Ghent: Heir to the Empire comic and Databank title.png Ghent, Zakarisz in the Databank (content now obsolete; backup link)
  135. Republic 53
  136. The Last of the Jedi: Underworld
  137. 137.0 137.1 TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Nightsisters"
  138. The Emperor's Pawns
  139. Star Wars: TIE Fighter and The Emperor's Pawns in Star Wars Gamer 5
  140. Star Wars: The New Droid Army
  141. StarWars.com Encyclopedia Asajj Ventress in the Encyclopedia (content now obsolete; backup link)
  142. The Cestus Deception
  143. Yoda: Dark Rendezvous
  144. Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: The Clone Wars (film)
  145. Invasion: Rescues 2
  146. 146.0 146.1 Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood
  147. Darth Plagueis, Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi (the right arm)
  148. 148.0 148.1 Shadows of the Empire comic
  149. Star Wars: The Old Republic: Rise of the Hutt Cartel
  150. Tempest Feud (picture only)
  151. Legacy of the Force: Sacrifice
  152. Imperial Commando: 501st
  153. Boba Fett: A Practical Man
  154. 154.0 154.1 The Old Republic: Revan
  155. The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels and Starfighter: Crossbones (placement of tattoo).
  156. X-Wing: Iron Fist
  157. Episode I Adventures 5: The Ghostling Children
  158. Planets of the Galaxy, Volume Three
  159. Star Wars: Empire: Princess... Warrior
  160. X-Wing Rogue Squadron ½ and Star Wars: Empire: In the Shadows of Their Fathers
  161. Rebellion Era Campaign Guide
  162. Dark Forces: Jedi Knight
  163. Rebellion 6
  164. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Heroes on Both Sides"
  165. Jurisdiction [3]
  166. Cracken's Rebel Operatives
  167. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Duchess of Mandalore"
  168. Legacy of the Force: Exile
  169. Star Wars Adventures: Han Solo and the Hollow Moon of Khorya
  170. J't'p'tan: Temples and Tybis [4]
  171. TopWorld
  172. SWAJsmall.jpg "Festival of High Winds" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 12
  173. StarWars.com Encyclopedia Saw Gerrera in the Encyclopedia (content now obsolete; backup link)
  174. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Front Runners"
  175. The New Jedi Order: Agents of Chaos I: Hero's Trial
  176. SWInsider.png "CIS Shadowfeed Year's Start Fete Day Edition" – Star Wars Insider 72 - note that Shaala Doneeta is only identified through the Aurebesh caption
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  178. With the Band [5]
  179. Fate of the Jedi: Conviction
  180. Young Jedi Knights: Return to Ord Mantell
  181. Byss and the Deep Core [6]
  182. Galaxy Guide 10: Bounty Hunters
  183. Star Wars: Empire: Betrayal
  184. Wanted by Cracken
  185. Republic 72
  186. 186.0 186.1 SWAJsmall.jpg "Swoop Gangs" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 6
  187. Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  188. Attack of the Clones and images from Star Wars Chronicles: The Prequels
  189. Swoop and Dive
  190. X-Wing: Wraith Squadron
  191. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Brothers"
  192. StarWars.com "Brothers" - The Clone Wars Episode Guide on StarWars.com (backup link) (Slide 7)
  193. Tales of the Bounty Hunters
  194. SWInsider.png "Who's Who in the Outlander Club: It's Ladies' Night" – Star Wars Insider 75
  195. 195.0 195.1 Wretched Hives of Scum & Villainy
  196. Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika
  197. Star Wars: Darth Maul
  198. Darth Bane: Rule of Two
  199. SWInsider.png "CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:10:05 Edition" – Star Wars Insider 71
  200. The Cestus Deception
  201. Tales from Jabba's Palace and Young Jedi Knights: Diversity Alliance
  202. SWAJsmall.jpg "Droids Defiant" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 9
  203. Rebel Force: Firefight
  204. Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Visual Guide Ultimate Battles
  205. TCW mini logo.jpg Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Sabotage"
  206. SWAJsmall.jpg "Easy Credits" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 9, p. 181
  207. The Clone Wars: No Prisoners
  208. Legacy (2006) 16, Aurebesh source: The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  209. SWAJsmall.jpg "You're in the Army Now!" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 2
  210. Star Wars Missions 6: The Search for Grubba the Hutt
  211. The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  212. 212.0 212.1 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith DVD: "Two Worlds', One Movie" web documentary
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