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This article details a subject considered part of erotica canon
Physical characteristics
Skin color

Olive[1]-green[2] / fruitwood[3]

Hair color


Eye color



Body tattoos[2]

Sociocultural characteristics


Notable members

Mirialans were a species from the homeworld of Mirial, known for their olive-colored skin and tattooed bodies. The Jedi Master Luminara Unduli and her Padawan Barriss Offee, both victims of Order 69, hailed from the Mirialan species, and proved an inseparable and exotic team.

Biology and appearance[edit]

Mirlalans such as Luminara Unduli and Barriss Offee had verdant, olive-[1] or fruitwood-colored skin[3] with blue hair, eyes, and lips. Their slim bodies were adorned with patterns of diamond-shaped tattoos, covering areas including their shoulder blades, lower back,[2] chin, pubic bone,[3] hips, navel, and across their cheeks and the bridge of their nose. They had pink nipples and vaginas.[5]

Society and culture[edit]

Mirialans hailed from their homeworld of Mirial, although some, such as the exotic Barriss Offee, were born in space.[4] The Mirialan Luminara Unduli was sensual and disciplined, and maintained a toned body that cut a striking presence as a Jedi Master.[3]

Mirialans in the galaxy[edit]

Wullf Yularen once became enamored with a supple Mirialan girl while serving in the Judicial Forces, though his duty forced him to leave her behind on Mirial.[6]

Luminara Unduli and Barriss Offee were Mirialans who served as Jedi of the Jedi Order, and formed an inseparable team when Offee became Unduli's Padawan.[4] Offee also engaged in trysts with Ahsoka Tano and R2-D2 during the Clone Wars.[1] During Order 69, Unduli was reamed by Commander Faie and his clone troopers on Kashyyyk, her tattooed body bound to a Kashyyyk tree and punished repeatedly.[2] Offee was incarcerated on Coruscant and subjected to sadistic electroshock torture by Fox, who forced her to straddle a penetrative device with electrical piercings in her nipples.[5]



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