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  wookie_inked
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Not your favorite species seen in the cantina, that's the other thread.

I'm wondering which characters seen in Chalmun's Cantina that fateful day are your favorites? Some photo references: http://cantinacustoms.tripod.com/id26.htm

Me, I'm partial to Greedo, Labria (Malloc), Zutton, Mosep, Tech M'or, Figrin D'an, Arliel Schous, Jenny (Han's chica), Momaw Nadon, Sawkee (Baba), Roofoo (Dr E), and Boshek. So many great characters to pick from it's hard to narrow down which are the coolest.


(Damn it, Hasbro, where are my figures of Arliel, Jenny, and Mosep!? Mad )


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Momaw Nadon. He was, for me, always more than just a man in an alien suit, and more than a head on a stick (Hem Dazon).
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My fave patrons are Labria, Momaw Nadon and Muftak.
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i would also hav to say labria.


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The Lovers, whose names I can't remember. The Gotal and the H'Nemthe. Theirs was my favourite story in Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina.

Them and the "Tonnika Sisters." I love how they had the characters, and then The Essential Guide to Characters gave them biographies, and THEN someone decided that the twins didn't look alike, so that they were clearly a pair of Mistryl Warriors impersonating them. As far as crazy retcons go, I love it!
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Can't believe I forgot this one, but, of course, Dannik Jerriko.
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Nabrun Leids (Morseerian) and Kabe (Chadra-Fan)

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Kabe definitely my favorite. Smile
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Momaw Nadon for me. So distinctive.
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Kabe! Very Happy
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Man, it doesn't get much better than Labria! A very smooth customer, I loved his story in Tales from the Mos Eisley Cantina.

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Davin Felth is pretty awesome too!


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Labria because he was well fleshed out by Daniel Keys Moran.


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Well Labria seems to be the hands down favorite with Momaw Nadon and Kabe as close followers.

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I've made up my mind, Dannik and Momaw are my faves. Final answer. I liked Labria because of the whole music thing and that nice relationship he had with Wuher, but the all that "war criminal and petty snitch" stuff made me not like him. Momaw is a kind of quiet, respectful intelligence and I like that relationship he had with Muftak. Dannik is sophisticated, ambitious and dangerous like a shadow. I want someone to make a character that's kind of a "go to guy" for Mos Eisley. Someone who's been there the since the Dowager Queen crashed (I may include him in my Dowager Queen story) someone who stayed in the shadows, and could only be found if you knew where to look. Kind of like a cooler version of Mrs. Ned Hale from Ethan Frome.
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