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*Mask: The mask is basically a base upon which to mount two glowing eyes. Only the illuminated eyes should be visible, making it ideal to wear the mask under the shroud. The glowing eyes should glow, not project, so do not use mini-flashlights or other reflector beams that shoot light out. A simple incandescent lamp or non-directional LED is ideal. The diameter of the light should not exceed 3/4” (5cm).  
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Description: Jawa
Prefix: DZ
Detachment: Krayt Clan
Context: Star Wars Films and EU
Jawas were passionate scavengers, seeking out technology for sale or trade in the deep deserts in their huge sandcrawler transports. They had a reputation for swindling, as they had a penchant for selling old equipment such as outdated faulty droids to moisture farmers. However, they were extremely passive beings, and hardly put up any resistance to colonists of their planet unlike the other natives the Sand people, instead seeing foreigners as an excellent business opportunity.

Please note that this costume is also eligible for membership in The Rebel Legion.


  • This CRL is a work in progress.
  • This costume may be approved by GMLs, but until the library entry is complete, it is suggested that this character first be submitted to the appropriate DL/GML peer review section of the legion forum.
  • If you have this costume and would like to assist with the completion of this library entry, please contact your detachment leader.
  • Please note that the use of the word "should" below does not indicate that the armor piece is considered open to interpretation. All instances of "should be" and "should have" will be replaced with "is" and "has", as this guide is completed.
Required Costume Components

The following costume components are present and appear as described below.

Blankwhite.gif Helmet / Mask
For 501st approval:
  • Mask: The mask is basically a base upon which to mount two glowing eyes. Only the illuminated eyes should be visible, making it ideal to wear the mask under the shroud. The glowing eyes should glow, not project, so do not use mini-flashlights or other reflector beams that shoot light out. A simple incandescent lamp or non-directional LED is ideal. The diameter of the light should not exceed 3/4” (5cm).
  • Face Shroud: The face shroud should be a breathable, black covering that hides the head of the costumer, but allows for necessary vision and air circulation (such as a tight mesh).
  • The hood should be made of material that matches the robes, preferably the appropriate herringbone Ralph Lauren blanket, Monk’s cloth, or similar textured material, and should be a rusty brown color. The hood should have a wire reinforcement sewn into the face opening to keep the hood open for visibility and look. A solid core, coated wire of 12 or 14 gauge metal is recommended. The flaps at the bottom of the face opening should overlap as seen in the films.


Blankwhite.gif Robe(s)
For 501st approval:
  • The robe should be of the appropriate herringbone Ralph Lauren blanket, Monk’s cloth, or similar textured material, and should be a rusty brown color. The openings of the sleeves and robe bottom should be flared, unhemmed and frayed. Cottons are recommended for cost, look, feel, breath-ability, and ease of care.
For level two certification (if applicable):
For level three certification (if applicable):

This document and all of the images within were created by and are the property of the 501st Legion. All other uses are prohibited.

This CRL is available as a PDF at www.501st.com/databank/Costuming:Jawa

The 501st Legion is a worldwide Star Wars costuming organization comprised of and operated by Star Wars fans. While it is not sponsored by Lucasfilm Ltd., it is Lucasfilm's preferred Imperial costuming group. Star Wars, its characters, costumes, and all associated items are the intellectual property of Lucasfilm. ©2012 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved. Used under authorization.

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The 501st Legion is a worldwide Star Wars costuming organization comprised of and operated by Star Wars fans. While it is not sponsored by Lucasfilm Ltd., it is Lucasfilm's preferred Imperial costuming group. Star Wars, its characters, costumes, and all associated items are the intellectual property of Lucasfilm. © & ™ Lucasfilm Ltd. All rights reserved. Used under authorization.