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Tholothian females are most recognised for their exotic headdresses which have brown or gold cranial scales with strips of blue and two sets of four organic, fleshy white, sometimes fawn or turquoise-hued tendrils that hang from both upper sides of their heads down past their shoulders. Their skin color ranges from tan to dark brown with bluish-turquoise highlights around their eyes, forehead and chest. their eyes are of bright blue shades, azure, cobalt and sometimes even violet and purple. Tholothians also don't age as fast as normal humans, as one individual, Adi Gallia was around 70 by the time of her death, but was still well in her physical prime, looking 4 decades younger than she actually was from physical appearance alone.
Behind the ScenesEdit
In the original Legends continuity the status of Tholothians as a species was a constantly confused issue, with sources claiming Adi Gallia was both human and non-human as she was said to be both Tholothian and Corellian. The head tendrils and scalp in this continuity were actually a headdress that tholothians wore.
- The Phantom Menace
- Attack of the Clones
- Jedi of the Republic—Mace Windu, Part I
- Grievous Intrigue
- The Deserter (Appear in flashback)
- R2 Come Home (Appear in hologram)
- Witches of the Mist
- Overlords (Appear in flashback)
- Citadel Rescue
- Gungan Attack
- Nomad Droids
- Crisis on Naboo
- A War on Two Fronts
- The Gathering
- A Test of Strength
- Bound for Rescue
- A Necessary Bond
- Secret Weapons (Appear in hologram in flashback)
- The Wrong Jedi
- Destiny (vision)
- Revenge of the Sith
- Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 4: The Chosen One, Part IV
- Aftermath: Life Debt (Mentioned Only)