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A female Twi'lek from the native world of Ryloth, Sienn'rha was another slave girl kidnapped by Bib Fortuna and trained to be a dancer for Jabba Desilijic Tiure. Arriving on Tatooine, they were controlled by Imperials that were looking for a certain person. Then they went in a vehicle that had three rear-mounted engines, and flew so little through the city. Then Rudd stopped and told them that they should hide under a sail, which he had unearthed. Rudd then disappeared, leaving the two Twi'leks alone. While being transported to Jabba's Palace, Jerris Rudd hid both girls that later were discovered by Luke Skywalker. Luke tried to help them both to escape, but Oola was suspicious. Rudd came and a fight began. Luke deflected all bolts from Rudd's blaster and killed him, providing the dancers a chance to escape. Oola then distracted the recently arrived Fortuna and urged Sienn to flee, naively thinking to thus ensure Jabba's patronage for only herself. Sienn later joined the Rebel Alliance. During Rogue Squadron's mission to Ryloth to obtain Ryll kor, Sienn'rha was one of the dancers who entertained the pilots. She passed a message to Wedge Antilles that she would entertain him with a private dance if he wished, an offer he politely declined.
Personality and traitsEdit
Sienn was a name commonly attributed to Twi'lek females, and meant maiden in the Twi'leki language.
Behind the scenesEdit
Sienn was created by author Kathy Tyers for Oola's story in Tales from Jabba's Palace. Later on, Michael A. Stackpole gave her a brief appearance in X-Wing: The Krytos Trap, in which he introduced her full Twi'leki name of Sienn'rha. Her entry in The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia inaccurately states that she was presented to Jabba the Hutt along with Oola, and afterward rescued from Jabba's Palace by Luke Skywalker. All other sources, including Oola's entry in the same encyclopedia, maintain that Skywalker freed her in Mos Eisley before she could be taken to Jabba.
- A Time to Mourn, a Time to Dance: Oola's Tale (First appearance) (Appears in flashback(s))
- X-Wing: The Krytos Trap (First identified as Sienn'rha)