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  Star Wars: Databank | Jabba the Hutt's Palace
Jabba's bloodlust was slaked by a secret concealed beneath his throne room.
In this bone-strewn cave lurked the rancor, a fearsome and vicious predator bred for combat and ferocity.
Jabba, aboard his stately sail barge, led an execution party into the desert.
www.starwars.com /databank/location/jabbathehuttspalace/index.html   (401 words)

  
  Jabba the Hutt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jabba the Hutt's palace on the desert planet Tatooine is a former monastery for a group of mystics known as the B'omarr monks.
Jabba the Hutt's physical appearance is as grotesque as his character and reinforces his personality as a criminal deviant.
Actress and spokeswoman Sally Struthers is parodied as Jabba the Hutt in an episode of South Park in 1999.
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 Hutt (Star Wars) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hutt skin is extremely thick, and when combined with their redundant organs and tough flesh, can result in Hutts being able to survive direct blaster fire hits.
Hutts are also unique in that they are one of the few species that are resistant to the Force.
Hutts do not generally reveal their family names to non-Hutts (close subordinates, such as councilors are very familiar with Huttese clan politics, as they must to advise and orchestrate attacks and business well); as such only a few Hutt clans are known by name.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hutts   (1009 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt
Jabba the Hutt- No one expected that Jabba the Hutt would die in the height of his crime rule.
Hutts are some of the longest living species in the world.
Jabba himself was born to Zorba the Hutt, who was one of the top clan leaders, taught his son all about the delicate, dangerous art of crime.
members.tripod.com /jpalace/bios/jabba.htm   (2142 words)

  
 SWMB Gallery - Jabba the Hutt
a 'Jabba the Hutt' figure carved from his throne, decapitated and repositioned in a crawling posture.
However, as the figures are not for sale and taking into account the fact that resin Hutts are effectively a new model - especially when you consider that the original WEG miniature included a throne, food bowls and a kowakian monkey lizard - I hope that nobody has cause to get upset.
The amount of work involved in cutting Jabba from his throne was sufficient to convince me that it is not a practical approach for producing even the two needed for the Imperial Entanglements Hutt scenario, which meant casting at least one from the conversion I had done.
www.plansofmice.co.uk /swmb/gallery/hutt/index.htm   (346 words)

  
 Galactic Hunter.com - Jabba the Hutt Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For example, the vintage Jabba the Hutt has a tattoo on his arm so subtle, I never noticed it until Shadows of the Empire was introduced in 1996 and it was in the comics.
Jabba Glob was missing it, and as such, this new Jabba is as well.
The sculpts for both Jabbas are really similar, which goes to show that the Jabba Glob was a far better toy than most fans would ever admit.
www.galactichunter.com /reviews/04saga_ultjabba.asp   (702 words)

  
 Jabba Desilijic Tiure - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
Jabba Desilijic Tiure, better known as Jabba the Hutt, was one of the most notorious Hutt crime lords in the galaxy, who governed a large criminal empire located in the Outer Rim Territories from his desert palace on Tatooine.
Known for his cruelty and carnal fancies, Jabba the Hutt was powerful enough not to fear Alliance retributions, and placed a hefty death mark on Han Solo, a former employee of his, after Solo lost a load of spice to an Imperial patrol vessel.
Jabba's appearance as a Nimbanel inspired the identification of the Nimbanese species as servants of the Hutts, and retconned a Nimbanel seen in the Mos Eisley Cantina scene into Mosep Binneed, Jabba's accountant.
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 Jabba the Hutt   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jabba the Hutt was born on Nal Hutta as Jabba Desilijic Tiure, son of Zorba the Hutt.
Jabba's depravity was legendary; he kept himself entertained by torturing and humiliating his subjects.
Soon Jabba's henchmen were decimated and chaos reigned, when all lights went out on the sail barge, Leia used her chain to cut of Jabba's air.
www.redrival.com /bounty/jabba.html   (391 words)

  
 Gulfnews: Jabba the Hutt
Jabba, a Hutt around 600 years old, would hire bounty hunters, smugglers, assassins and bodyguards to operate the criminal empire.
Jabba is at the head of a criminal empire spread throughout the galaxy.
Jabba's palace is located in the desert of Tatooine, in an ancient monastery where a band of mystic musicians (known as the B'omarr Monks) entertain visitors.
archive.gulfnews.com /indepth/starwars/more_stories/10128777.html   (320 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt
Jabba was furious because he paid in advance for spices.
During an attack on Jabba the Rebellion was able to destroy his sail barge.
Jabba and all of his mates were killed.
library.thinkquest.org /3890/JABBATHE.HTM   (131 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Jabba the Hutt, Arabic: جابا ابن بيتزا الهوت Jabba Ibn Pytza Al-Hutt (December 17 1898 - April 30 1977) was born "Jacob Isaac Tiure" in a small town in Kansas, a state in the United States of America.
Jabba was homeschooled by his father, Zorba the Hutt (1938-) for the first six years of his life, at which time his father pwn'd him, and enlisted to fight in the vietnam war.
Jabba, ashamed of his disease which had outcasted him from public schooling and now his own family, attempted to buy a bus ticket to Hollywood, California to get a job he otherwise could not get, being young, uncoordinated and uneducated.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Jabba_the_Hutt   (1541 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt - SWG Wiki
Jabba Desilijic Tiure, or simply Jabba the Hutt, is a Hutt crime lord, who runs a large criminal empire in the Outer Rim Territories from his palace on Tatooine.
Jabba's ascent to the head of the Desilijic crime family was a long and duplicitous one, but Hutts are long lived with patience to match their bulk.
By the age of 600, Jabba was the Hutt to be reckoned with, carving out a sizable criminal empire in the Outer Rim Territories.
swg.wikia.com /wiki/Jabba_the_Hutt   (1062 words)

  
 Metroactive Books | Jabba the Hutt comics
Jabba the Hutt is based on a little bit of obscure local fauna: the banana slug of the Pacific coast.
Jabba is an interstellar fence, a slave trader and a munitions dealer--and like all of the villains in the series, the object of lively cult interest.
Surviving this debacle, Jabba falls victim to "The Hunger of Princess Nampi." Nampi is an 18-wheeler-size slug looking for a husband; the story is gross and slightly misogynistic--an interstellar fat-lady joke.
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/08.06.98/comics-9831.html   (822 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt Star Wars
A despicable slug of a gangster, Jabba the Hutt was the pre-eminent kingpin of crime in the Outer Rim Territories basing his operations out of Tattoonine.
Jabba's depravity was legendary, keeping himself entertained by torturing and humiliating his subjects.
This capture of Solo led to a reprisal from his friends on the Alliance, and Jabba was killed (strangled) by Princess Leia as he tried to have Solo and Luke Skywalker put to death in the belly of the Sarlacc which resided in the Great Pit of Carkoon.
www.jedidigital.com /star-wars/jabba-the-hutt.html   (285 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt
Jabba the Hutt was one of the most infamous crime lords in the galaxy and could have stayed on top had he not underestimated a Corellian smuggler and his friends.
Jabba himself was born into the Desilijic clan on Nal Hutta; his father was Zorba the Hutt.
Lando Calrissian was disguised as a skiff guard, R2-D2 and C-3PO were given to Jabba, Leia Organa came disguised as the bounty hunter Boushh and brought Chewbacca with her, and Luke Skywalker allowed himself to be taken prisoner by the Hutt after killed Jabba's pet rancor.
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 Ø Jabba The Hutt Ø
Jabba: Jabba the Hutt was the interstellar (and rather overweight) crime lord whose first appearance was in The Return of the Jedi (1983).
Jabba The Hutt Quotes Han Solo, after being freed with the death of Jabba the Hutt, goes on to be a General in the Rebel Alliance.
Jabba The Hutt's palace is home to some interesting characters.from monsters to bodyguards to entertainers, his lair is home to a potpourri of Tattoine's underworld.
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 Jabba the Hutt and Throne Environment Packaging
Jabba The Hutt was born on the planet Nal Hutta.
When Jabba took over he was at the ripe old age of 80 he set up his criminal empire on the planet of Tatooine.
Jabba was able to capture his greatest prize during the events of ROTJ.
www.sandtroopers.com /sandwatch/sideshow/jabba   (1067 words)

  
 Jabba The Hutt
Jabba the Hutt is my personal favorite of all my Star Wars creations.
He told me he couldn't believe anyone would be making a life size origami Jabba the Hutt and wanted to be a part of it.
Jabba enjoyed this so much he hung the block on his palace wall.
www.starwarsorigami.com /jabba.htm   (227 words)

  
 CBUB Fights: The Kingpin vs. The Penguin vs. Jabba the Hutt
Jabba is a weak slug, this will handicap him in the early stages, but he is used to handling an organization for 40+ years spanning across many worlds, a single city isn't even a challenge.
Jabba has the strong advantage of experience with such a novel, diverse population because he regularly works with (and against) people from scores of different cultures, whereas the Kingpin and the Penguin are familiar only with humans of Earth (well, okay, with birds too).
Jabba is the crime lord of Tatooine, which is the equivilent of being the crime lord of Bismark on Earth.
www.electricferret.com /fights/mobrules.htm   (4598 words)

  
 Jabba The Hutt
Jabba the Hutt is a loathsome character from the Star Wars movies.  He is the leader of a powerful crime cartel based off of the planet Tatooine
Jabba the Hutt's image is extremely popular and his figurines and toys are highly sought after.  He has also made his way into popular culture and is referenced when comparing someone who is obese and has unsavory personality trains.
Jabba the Hutt was the preeminent kingpin of crime in the Outer Rim Territories.
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 Jabba the Hutt Posters
Jabba the Hutt was the preeminent kingpin of crime in the Outer Rim Territories.
Princess Leia Organa, who had been one of Jabba's slave girls, used the chain that bound her to strangle the Hutt.
Aboard his luxurious sail barge out in the desert sands, Jabba’s body was consumed by the flames that exploded from the sail barge as the Rebels raced for freedom.
www.star-wars-posters.com /jabba-the-hutt.html   (372 words)

  
 ION Guild WebSite - Star Wars - Encyclopedia
While in the employ of crime lord Jabba the Hutt, Zuckuss was teamed with the analytical protocol droid-turned-bounty hunter 4-LOM.
Though the Fromms were enemies of the Jabba the Hutt -- Fett's sometime employer -- the hunter took the contract to square off a favor he owed Fromm.
During a stretch of bad fortune, Solo was forced to jettison a cargo of contraband spice belonging to the gangster Jabba the Hutt.
www.ion-guild.com /index.php?topic=sw_history   (5733 words)

  
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Jabba is sprawled atop his filthy throne room dais, joined by a Jawa supplicant and that poor chick, Oola, wearing a barbaric collar at the end of a tether chain.
Jabba seems to be best known for his charismatic contributions of the Return of the Jedi storyline, in which his court was featured in some detail.
Jabba had a predilection for lavish dancing girls, whom he tossed to the flesh-eating Rancor when they inevitably displeased him.
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 Jabba the Hutt Playset
JABBA THE HUTT and his pet, SALACIOUS CRUMB, sit and wait...
Doors open on Jabba's throne revealing his "prison." Doors can be opened by turning the outer faces on front of the throne.
Moving Jabba's tail from side to side causes his head to move.
www.12back.com /playsets/jabba.php3   (248 words)

  
 Jabba the Hutt (Jabba's Palace) - SirStevesGuide.com Forums
I had no idea Jabba and his goons were out yet, but I guess they are.
Jabba comes with a rail, removable tongue, frog-like creature, hookah pipe, and smoke/frog-container thing.
The result is a Jabba that has very defined paint lines that IMO keep it from meshing well.
forums.sirstevesguide.com /showthread.php?t=23085   (1280 words)

  
 Kenner Toys - Jabba the Hutt Action Playset
JABBA THE HUTT and his pet, SALACIOUS CRUMB, sit and wait...impatiently...to see who will become the next prisoner.
But it was worth the wait; kids jumped at the chance to own their very own toy version of the drooling monstrosity.
With this act, Jabba had cemented his reputation as, with the exception of Lando Calrissian, the only certifiable pervert in the Star Wars universe-- and perverts make for great toys.
www.toysrgus.com /images-toys/figuretoys/jabba.html   (511 words)

  
 X-Entertainment: Star Wars - The Jabba The Hutt Toy Archive!
Jabba the Hutt has, for as long as I can remember, been something of a father figure to me - a hero, an inspiration, a sort of living magnum opus of which I aspire to someday become.
Jabba The Hutt, Power of the Force Line: The Power of the Force (well, the second POTF line) refers to any and all of the action figures made by Kenner post-'95, and for me, that includes figures crafted for Episode I, classic figures, mailaway figures, and you gotta figures.
Jabba the Hutt Burger King Glass: Some of the nicest Star Wars collectibles out there in my view are the old promotional Burger King glasses - of which four were made for each movie in the trilogy.
www.x-entertainment.com /messages/581.html   (2940 words)

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