The Wildlife of Tatooine

August 15, 2013 at 8:50 am | Posted in Art, Star Wars, The Roqoo Depot Galleria | Leave a comment
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For a desolate looking wasteland of sand, Tatooine actually has a variety of lifeforms, some of which show up in John Jackson Miller’s Kenobi. From dewbacks and banthas to sarlaccs and krayt dragons, below you’ll find a visual gallery of the wildlife of Tatooine.

Annileen slammed across the monster’s back as the weight fell away. She saw Kallie and the rider atop the eopie, which was slowing now from the additional burden. No way would it carry two for long, nor three for a second. Snit was her problem. Recovering, she looked forward. It was just a matter of finding the–

Krakk! Snit’s rear foot struck a hold. Annileen went somersaulting forward, even as the impossible mass of the dewback went aloft underneath her. She saw light as the suns flashed before her eyes–and then darkness as the bulk of the dewback eclipsed them.

And then, nothing. -Kenobi, Chapter Five.

Dewbacks

Rontos

Eopies

Banthas

Worrts

Scurriers

Jakrabs

Galoomps

Urusais

Sketto

Woodoos

Profoggs

Anoobas

Womp Rats

Cliffborer Worm

Sarlaccs

Rancors

Krayt Dragons

John Jackson Miller’s Kenobi hits stores August 27 in hardcover, digital and audiobook formats. You can find links to participating retailers on Random House’s product page as well as excerpts from the book.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
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