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Could The Puppet Creature From That Star Wars Message Be Hdrachi? Take A Look

Well here's a thought on that creature from the latest Star Wars message featuring J.J. Abrams.  Could it be an Hdrachi?  Take a look at the picture above and you will see a similarity.

Wookieepedia says about the Hdrachi:

Diminutive, fur-covered cameloids, the H'drachi were mammals with short brown hair covering their bodies and had thin arms and legs. Shorter then the average Human, the H'drachi had a higher propensity for Force-sensitivity then most species
The native species to the world of M'haeli, the H'drachi were subservient to Human colonist who usurped power and ruled the planet. Despite this, the H'drachi took comfort in their ability to read the future through an energy field they called the time-stream. This Force-perception of time was viewed as a form of precognition by other Force-based organizations, but as most H'drachi were Force-sensitive, the society developed its own traditions instead of adopting those of offworlders. The H'drachi Seers were a group of highly attuned H'drachi who could manipulate the time-stream to see the future with extreme precision. The more H'drachi attempting to read the time-stream at once, the clearer the visions were. Some H'drachi took to wearing large turbans on their heads and dressing in colorful tunics.
It's a possibility.  What do you think?

The video clip was to announce an opportunity for a lucky fan to actually have a cameo in Star Wars VII.  Visit for more details.

Rob Wainfur



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