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Dewbacks are omnivorous reptiles that originated on Tatooine, where settlements, moisture farmers and Sand People alike use them as work beasts and transportation, and where wild dewbacks still roam the planet's deserts and canyons. Over time, the sturdy creatures have been exported to other worlds and found similar utilitarian niches elsewhere.

Centuries ago, Czerka Corporation scientists attempted to breed "war dewbacks" that were larger and more aggressive than their easily domesticated cousins. Although the scientists eventually succeeded, the project was written off as a failure when the test herd broke out of its enclosure and rampaged through the research facility.


4 comments found
By Yunikorn at 2012-02-19 20:36:21
By Sakshale at 2012-04-28 23:10:37
The lore comes from approaching a Dune-roamer Dewback, just outside Outpost Varath in Imperial Territory. Location [X,Y]: 808, 629
By dsmchris at 2011-12-26 17:52:57
Tatooine -> Jundland -> 840,651 --- approach the dewbacks
By Jaha at 2012-02-01 04:22:04
These are incorrect coordinates. Please double check your map and correct them if you can.
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