CHARACTERSChewbacca Locations: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run, Resistance Encampment
The Millennium Falcon was damaged, and Chewbacca has stopped by Batuu while it is getting repaired. Chewie is working with Hondo Ohnaka who is supplying him with the part he needs to get the Falcon fixed in exchange for a few smuggling runs. Dok-Ondar Location: Dok-Ondar’s Den of AntiquitiesDok-Ondar is a "larger-than-life collector of all things odd and hard to find." His reputation has made him into one of the leaders of the black market on Batuu. Locals say you should never cross him. Dok-Ondar will be hard at work at his desk taking calls and barking orders.
CREATURESConvor Location: Creature Stall Convor are gold and brown plumed bird that are considered pets throughout the galaxy. This bird species was first seen in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars” animated television series. Dianoga Locations: Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, Black Spire Outpost Water Fountain
You may remember this tentacled species from the trash compactor in Star Wars: A New Hope. On Batuu the eye of a dianoga pokes in and out of a water tank at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities. This dianoga is known as Tiny among the locals. Dok-Ondar is also raising a juvenile dianoga known as Toothy.
Dokma is a shy creature with a protective shell with two eyestalks, similar to a snail. You might recognize this species if you've watched the “Star Wars Rebels” animated television series.
In the cover of darkness, the Fyrnock species hide for their own safety. Fyrnock is the size of a small humanoid that is a fierce predator. You may remember the Fyrnock species if you watched the “Star Wars Rebels” animated television series.
Often mistaken for a plant this rodent is typically found in the Gungan Swamps of Naboo.
Sarlacc are an extremely dangerous carnivore species who can grow to be 100 meters long. You might remember this as the species that ate Boba Fett in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. A baby sarlacc can be seen in a tank at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
Dok-Ondar must really love taxidermy. A large white and furry taxidermic wampa in his collection at his Den of Antiquities. Wampa are native to the ice planet Hoth and are most widely recognized from their appearance in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
Guests can also find a taxidermic womp rat at Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities. Luke Skywalker mentioned that this rodent creature is much larger than two meters in Star Wars: A New Hope.
8D-J8 was formerly a smelter droid but has been reprogrammed to cook the meats at Ronto Roasters.