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|name=Trinto Duaba
 
|name=Trinto Duaba
 
|homeworld=[[Stennaros]]
 
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|era=[[Rebellion era]]<ref name="A New Hope">[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]</ref>
 
 
|affiliation=[[Galactic Empire/Legends|Galactic Empire]]<ref name="CCG" />
 
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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Trinto was one of many citizens of [[Tatooine/Legends|Tatooine]] who turned lawbreakers and other criminals over to [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] authorities.<ref name="CCG" /> He was at [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina]] in [[Mos Eisley/Legends|Mos Eisley]] on the fateful day that [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]], [[Greedo/Legends|Greedo]], [[Obi-Wan Kenobi/Legends|Obi-Wan Kenobi]], [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]], and [[Chewbacca/Legends|Chewbacca]] were there.<ref name="A New Hope" /> Duaba was sitting next to [[Momaw Nadon/Legends|Momaw Nadon]].
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Trinto was one of many citizens of [[Tatooine/Legends|Tatooine]] who turned lawbreakers and other criminals over to [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] authorities.<ref name="CCG" /> He was at [[Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina]] in [[Mos Eisley/Legends|Mos Eisley]] on the fateful day that [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]], [[Greedo/Legends|Greedo]], [[Obi-Wan Kenobi/Legends|Obi-Wan Kenobi]], [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]], and [[Chewbacca/Legends|Chewbacca]] were there.<ref name="A New Hope">[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]</ref> Duaba was sitting next to [[Momaw Nadon/Legends|Momaw Nadon]].
'''Trinto Duaba''' was a [[Stennes Shifter]] who was notably present in [[Chalmun's Cantina]] in [[Mos Eisley]], [[Tatooine]], on that fateful day that [[Luke Skywalker]] and [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]] first met [[Han Solo]].<ref name="CL 2016" /> Sitting in a darkened booth with the [[Ithorian]] [[Momaw Nadon]], Duaba witnessed Skywalker and Kenobi enter into an altercation with [[Doctor|Dr.]] [[Cornelius Evazan]] and his companion [[Ponda Baba]].<ref name="A New Hope">[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]</ref> Over thirty [[Standard year|years]] later, Duaba attended the [[Maz Kanata's castle|castle]] of [[Maz Kanata]] on [[Takodana]].<ref name="Episode VII" /><ref name="Hidalgo Tweet Duaba I">{{Twitter|pablohidalgo|status/723586416710684673|[[Pablo Hidalgo]]|quote=yeah, I'd say so.|noimage=}}</ref> Due to a [[Sub-hyperspace|hyperspace-rip]] side-effect,<ref name="Twit">{{Twitter|PabloHidalgo|status/677919736873684992|[[Pablo Hidalgo]]|quote=What they're seeing is some weird hand-wavy hyperspace rip. Side-effect of the Starkiller.}}</ref> the Stennes Shifter, along with many other patrons, witnessed the [[Hosnian Cataclysm|destruction]] of the remote [[Hosnian system]] directly from Takodana.<ref name="Episode VII" />
 
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
[[File:Duaba_and_Nadon.jpg|thumb|left|Trinto Duaba (left) and Momaw Nadon in ''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]
 
Trinto Duaba first appeared in the cantina scene of the [[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']].<ref name="A New Hope" /> His mask was a reuse of a pre-existing design from the makeup artist [[Rick Baker]]'s inventory. This design, known as "Terminal Man," was an attempt to create an original take on Frankenstein's monster. The character was assigned the name of Trinto Duaba in sources that are part of [[Star Wars Legends|''Star Wars'' Legends]], previously known as the Expanded Universe,<ref name="BakiskaBlog">{{Blog|official=true|2012/09/26/meet-braconnor-bakiska/|Meet Braconnor Bakiska}}</ref> and are therefore not official [[canon]].<ref name="EUNewPage">{{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}}</ref> However the canonicity of that name was confirmed in ''[[Star Wars: Complete Locations (2016)|Star Wars: Complete Locations]]''.<ref name="CL 2016" />
 
 
Contrary to popular belief, actor [[Salo Gardner]] never portrayed Duaba in ''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope''. However, he did play the part in [[Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens|''Star Wars'': Episode VII ''The Force Awakens'']].<ref name="Hidalgo Tweet Gardner">{{Twitter|pablohidalgo|status/726884522164293632|[[Pablo Hidalgo]]|quote=that's it, but the explanation is too long to get into here|noimage=}}</ref>
 
 
Duaba was known as "Terminal Man" during the production of ''A New Hope''. Despite fan speculation, [[Chris Trevas]] revealed that [[Salo Gardner]] did not portray Trinto Duaba but was actually portrayed by a US-based extra and that the mask itself was made by [[Rick Baker]]<ref>http: // jedinews . co. uk / news / news.aspx?newsID=21739</ref> prior to ''Star Wars'', as his interpretation of the Frankenstein Monster.{{Fact}}
 
Duaba was known as "Terminal Man" during the production of ''A New Hope''. Despite fan speculation, [[Chris Trevas]] revealed that [[Salo Gardner]] did not portray Trinto Duaba but was actually portrayed by a US-based extra and that the mask itself was made by [[Rick Baker]]<ref>http: // jedinews . co. uk / news / news.aspx?newsID=21739</ref> prior to ''Star Wars'', as his interpretation of the Frankenstein Monster.{{Fact}}
   
The character was made into a [[Hasbro Inc.|Hasbro]] action figure in 2009, as a two-pack with [[Dice Ibegon]]. The figure featured [[Cyborg/Legends|cybernetics]] on the sides of his head.
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The character was made into a [[Hasbro Inc.|Hasbro]] action figure in 2009, as a two-pack with [[Dice Ibegon/Legends|Dice Ibegon]]. The figure featured [[Cyborg/Legends|cybernetics]] on the sides of his head.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
*[[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}}
 
*''[[The Star Wars Holiday Special]]''
 
*''[[The Star Wars Holiday Special]]''
*[[Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens|''Star Wars'': Episode VII ''The Force Awakens'']]
 
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
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*''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
 
*''[[Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Trilogy]]''
 
*''[[Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Trilogy]]''
*''[[Star Wars: Complete Locations]]''
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*[[Star Wars: Complete Locations (2005)|''Star Wars: Complete Locations'']]
*{{CSWECite|I||Duaba, Trinto}}
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*''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
 
*{{HasbroCite|set=Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collection|pack=Trinto Duaba & Dice Ibegon|link=tlc37trintodice.asp}}
 
*{{HasbroCite|set=Star Wars: 30th Anniversary Collection|pack=Trinto Duaba & Dice Ibegon|link=tlc37trintodice.asp}}
 
*{{SWE|locations|cantina|Mos Eisley Cantina}} {{Po}}
 
*{{SWE|locations|cantina|Mos Eisley Cantina}} {{Po}}
*{{Blog|official=true|2013/12/2/the-star-wars-holiday-special-cantina-we-may-not-thrive-friend-but-we-survive-friend/|The Star Wars Holiday Special Cantina: Who’s Who|int=The Star Wars Holiday Special Cantina: Who’s Who}}
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*{{SW|url=news/the-star-wars-holiday-special-cantina-we-may-not-thrive-friend-but-we-survive-friend|int=The Star Wars Holiday Special Cantina: Who's Who|text=''The Star Wars Holiday Special'' Cantina: Who's Who|archivedate=20170711142125}}
   
 
==References and notes==
 
==References and notes==

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"There are millions of Stennes…but a rare few are Stennes Shifters. We are the privileged, for we can shade the eyes. We can shade your mind."
―Trinto Duaba[src]

Trinto Duaba was a male Stennes from Stennaros who lived during the time of the Galactic Civil War. He was capable of blending in with large masses.

Biography

Trinto was one of many citizens of Tatooine who turned lawbreakers and other criminals over to Imperial authorities.[1] He was at Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina in Mos Eisley on the fateful day that Han Solo, Greedo, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker, and Chewbacca were there.[2] Duaba was sitting next to Momaw Nadon.

Behind the scenes

Duaba was known as "Terminal Man" during the production of A New Hope. Despite fan speculation, Chris Trevas revealed that Salo Gardner did not portray Trinto Duaba but was actually portrayed by a US-based extra and that the mask itself was made by Rick Baker[3] prior to Star Wars, as his interpretation of the Frankenstein Monster.[source?]

The character was made into a Hasbro action figure in 2009, as a two-pack with Dice Ibegon. The figure featured cybernetics on the sides of his head.

Appearances

Sources

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References and notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 SWCCGsmall Star Wars Customizable Card GamePremiere Limited (Card: Trinto Duaba)
  2. Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope
  3. http: // jedinews . co. uk / news / news.aspx?newsID=21739

See also

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