The Zaprin Estate was the home of the Zaprin family on the planet Naboo at the time of the Galactic Civil War. The house was built at the foot of the Gallo Mountains, near the edge of the Lianorm Swamp, many kilometers southeast of the Lake Retreat.
Description[edit | edit source]
It was a two-story building of typical Nabooian design. Through a small foyer, one entered the house's main room. Stairs led up to the second floor where a gallery supported by pillars circled the room. The walls were decorated with various paintings showing landscapes of Tatooine and other planets. One door in the main room led to an adjoining smaller room, while the other door led to the stairs to Mia's room in the basement. The room on the second floor was occupied by Jowres.
History[edit | edit source]
- "My son Jowres and daughter Mia were attacked by those beasts outside. Both of them are sick and need medical attention!"
- ―Larence Zaprin
Sometime following 0 BBY, a group of sick narglatches and motts surrounded the Zaprin's home. The siblings Mia and Jowres were attacked when they left the house and became seriously ill. After an urgent call for help by their father Larence, a medic traveled to the Zaprin Estate to help the siblings. The medic killed several of the creatures surrounding the house to extract blood samples and create an anti-toxin that cured the siblings.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
The Zaprin Estate was a building in in Sony Online Entertainment's MMORPG Star Wars Galaxies, prior to its closure on December 15, 2011. It could be found in the mountains south-east of the Lake Retreat. Players of the Medic profession were sent to this location during the quest "House Call". The building was surrounded by many wild narglatchs and motts. Another nearby building was the Mountain poacher bunker.
The building was of a typical style of houses called "Medium Naboo House" which were used all over the planets Naboo and Rori in Star Wars Galaxies. It was also available to players, who could use such buildings as their own virtual homes.