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The Czerka officer eyes you suspiciously as you view the cantina from its northeast corner (the Czerka merchant officer is out of shot to the left).

Exit[edit]

The door exiting to Anchorhead is behind you in the east wall, in the northeast corner of the cantina. Among its staff and clientele, Junix Nard is a merchant, Furko Nellis a Pazaak player who can sell or give you a deck, and Gandroff and a Czerka officer are two patrons with whom you can interact to get credits, and move closer to the dark side of the Force. Helena, Bastila's mother, can also appear.

Junix Nard[edit]

The proprietor Junix Nard stands behind the north end of the bar in the middle of the cantina:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Eh? Who are you, then? The only new people that come to Junix Nard's cantina are longtime losers and bounty hunters. I don't have to tell you why the two don't mix well. Please keep any blaster fire to a minimum.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Do you have anything for sale?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Czerka Corporation only worries about keeping their own stores full. I don't have much on hand.
Junix Nard
Buy Item Cost Amount Buy Item Cost Amount
Advanced Medpac 80 1 Sonic Pistol 200 1
Medpac 40 Infinite Stabilizer Gauntlets 300 1
Security Spike Tunneler 200 6 Advanced Stealth Unit 500 1
Security Spike 100 Infinite Gizka Poison 350 Infinite
Bothan Chuka 480 1 Pazaak Card +/-1 200 2
Krath Blood Blade 230 1 Hair Trigger 150 1
Vibroblade 80 1 Pazaak Card +/-2 150 2
Bothan Quick Draw 1000 1 Pazaak Card +/-3 125 2
Mandalorian Blaster 750 1 Pazaak Card +/-4 100 2

You can also ask him about racing and hunting on Tatooine, and if there's anything out of the ordinary happening:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: You again? What is it now? KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Hmm, what's the winner of the Manaan Sector Champion title doing here, I wonder? Must have blown all your winnings. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: I had a few Czerka employees confide that the company is pulling out of Kashyyyk. Leaving as soon as things get difficult... just like they'll do here. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Looks like people will have to drink to forget their pain, now that kolto is so expensive. Of course, no one from Manaan is saying a word about it. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Drink up, friend. I hear the Sith are restless on Korriban, and they never keep their problems to themselves.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I want to ask about things here on Tatooine.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: What, did some Czerka promoter tell you to come to this planet? I pity you if you were expecting a prosperous mining outpost. Nothing here but sand and more sand. There's a little hunting and racing, but nothing that will make a small man rich. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: I've already gone over this stuff with you. Couldn't you go ask someone else? I'm not one of those "listening" bartenders.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Tell me about racing.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: I don't deal with any of that. Motta the Hutt has a lock on everything race related on Tatooine. You deal with him or you don't race.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I've got some questions about hunting.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Well, there's two kinds of hunting on Tatooine: hunting wraid, and hunting people. Both are dangerous and both have certain restrictions. You'll need a Czerka hunting license, even though most hunters deal with Fazza at the lodge once they have their paperwork squared away. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: You've got a license there, don't you? Fazza's lodge will be open to you now. Nothing more I can tell you about hunting that his lot won't. And since you got that license from Czerka, you know they look for bounties of their own. They are the ones with credits to pay and interests to protect.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Where is Fazza's lodge?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Fazza's is northwest of here, north of the Czerka office. He'll steer you towards the Czerka for a license before dealing with you. After that, he'll buy the trophies you collect. I don't know what he does with it all, but I guess he makes a living somehow.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Where does Czerka Corporation give out the licenses?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: They maintain an office west of here in central Anchorhead. That's about all they maintain these days.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Let's go back to my first questions.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: All right then. Just keep it brief, will you? I've got customers.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Anything out of the ordinary happening?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: I suppose you are fishing for a reaction to the destruction of Taris? That's all anyone from off-world is talking about. Well, I'll tell you, it's about time someone kicked the Republic in the tail and got things moving. I guess the Sith are the ones to do it. Don't get me wrong, all those deaths were horrible, but war gets the money moving. Maybe they'll decide to fortify us out here.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Know about anything more local?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: No.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. "No" you don't know, or "no" you won't tell me?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Just "no". I don't look for trouble. You'll have to talk to people yourself if you want more than that. Now, if you don't mind.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I have to go. Goodbye.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Junix Nard: Yeah, yeah.

There's an Ithorian patron on the east side, by the podium at the south end of the bar and cantina on which a female Twi'lek dances to the music of the two Bith behind her on either side:

Ithorian Patron
Leave me, human. If you're here to stir things up, I want no part of it.
Don't care if we've got Sith rule or Republic rule. Either way I work the mines.
Sith... Jedi... do either of them really care when normal people get caught in their fighting?
Good thing there's nothing on Tatooine to get the attention of the Sith. Right?
Jawas... can't stand them. They never bathe, you know.
Trapped out here... can't do anything. I wonder which planet is next?
Scurry away. I had family on Taris and I'm not in a mood to talk.
Don't go bothering people while they are drinking. It's rude.

Furko Nellis[edit]

The Pazaak player Furko Nellis stands at the northwest corner of the bar in the middle of the cantina. Although you can try to ask some questions, he's only interested in playing Pazaak:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Well, a fresh face for the game. I wonder, would you care to play? My name is Furko Nellis. My vice is Pazaak. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Hello again. Could I tempt you into a game? There's very little else to do that won't potentially leave you dead.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I want to ask you some questions.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Ah, I'm sure you do, but I won't have answers. I leave other people to their business, and they leave me to mine. Really, you'll have to seek information elsewhere, but if you want some recreation, I've cards ready to play.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. You must have an opinion about what happened on Taris.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Must I? An opinion would draw attention to myself. The Sith have shown what happens to things that draw their attention.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Okay, let's talk Pazaak.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Ha ha! Very good! Would you... care to wager on a game?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Brief me on the rules.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Of course, it is always good to keep them fresh in your mind. I'd be glad to go over the delicacies of the game with you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. [Play Pazaak Tutorial]

If you don't have a Pazaak deck, it's easy to persuade him to give one using your own skill or the Force:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I don't have a Pazaak deck.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: No? That's unfortunate. I happen to have one that I could sell you, but it's a little basic. Certainly not tournament worthy. Here, how about you give me... 100 credits. A fine deal. Not many stores sell... equipment of this nature.
Easy 2. [Persuade] Come now, you'll make your credits back by playing me. Low (Affect Mind) 3. [Force Persuade] You don't want to charge me for it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: [Success] Hmm... perhaps you are right. I want new people to get a good start on the game. I need opponents. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: [Success] You know what... I don't want to charge you for it. I want new players to take up the game.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Besides, it is a very basic deck. All right, it's yours. Now, care to have a game or two?
KotOR Icon Item(s) Received.png Item(s) Received: Furko Nellis
  • Pazaak Deck

This is a standard Pazaak deck, complete with side deck cards.

If you're too impatient to keep trying until you succeed, it costs 100 credits:

Dialog
Easy 2. [Persuade] Come now, you'll make your credits back by playing me.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: [Failure] I'm afraid I really can't do that. The cards have their value. I can't change it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. 100 credits will be fine.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: Very good, I'll just take that, and here you are. Now you should practice. Care to play?
KotOR Icon Credits.png Credits Lost: 100
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I'll play. What is the wager?

Otherwise:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I can't pay that right now. Maybe later. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I'll be going now.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Furko Nellis: All right, but remember that there isn't much fun on Tatooine that isn't life threatening. Come back if you'd like a game.

Bastila's Mother[edit]

Once you've encountered the messenger Malare after speaking to Bastila, Helena appears to the left of the table in the northwest corner:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Yes? I'm sorry, do I know you?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Could I ask you some questions?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I'm sure there are plenty of other strangers about for you to harass with questions. Why don't you select one of them?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. No, I don't think so. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I have to go.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Good. I thought you were perhaps one of those collectors from the Exchange. Since you're not, I doubt we have any business. Good day. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Thank you. I would rather be alone.

Otherwise:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Are you Bastila's mother?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: You know my daughter? Where is she?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Nearby. I'm not sure she wants to meet with you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Is that so? Has she said this, herself? Tell her it is quite urgent that I speak with her at once. She has been most difficult to find.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Tell me what you want and I'll relay it to her. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. She said that you two don't get along. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I'll tell her when I see her.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I most certainly will not. What I have to say is for Bastila alone. It is... family business. That should be enough for her to come. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I don't see why Bastila should be telling anything to a stranger about family business. Simply tell her to come and that should be enough. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: See that you do. If Bastila is here, I can't see why she didn't come herself.

Once Bastila is added to your party:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Yes? I'm sorry, do I know you?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I am here, Mother. Or don't you recognize me?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: What do you expect, when I haven't so much as had a picture of you since you left? Do you know how long I've been trying to find you?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: You knew as well as I communication would be impossible once I joined the order. Now what is this about? Where is Father?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Then you haven't heard. I should have known.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Has something happened to him? Are you going to tell me or not?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Your Father is dead, Bastila. That is part of the reason why I was looking for you.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Dead? What happened? What did you do to him?!
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Isn't this a lovely reunion? Already she is flinging insults at me. Tell me... you're one of her friends. Do you treat your mother this way?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. My mother is long dead, if you must know. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Hey, leave me out of this. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Only if she deserved it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Is that so? Well, I'll be joining her soon enough, I suppose. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I'm sure Bastila feels the same way you do. She would prefer to be left out of it, at least until I'm as dead as her father is. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I see Bastila seeks out friends that are as selfish as she is. This is how you treat a dying woman?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I was told you were sick. Are you actually dying, or is this merely melodrama for my benefit?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Such sweet things you say. *sigh* Perhaps I should tell you everything, first, before we start arguing again.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: You could start by telling me what you got Father into that killed him.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I hadn't realized Jedi were so spiteful. You want me to tell you I brought your father here for an expedition, do you? You want to blame me for his death? You never accepted that your father loved going on his treasure hunts, leaving you alone with me. I was always to blame for everything, what else is new? So yes, fine. I brought your father here to look for krayt dragon pearls. He took an expedition into the Tatooine desert and he died.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: How can you be sure of that? Father is an experienced --
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Do you think I would look for you if I wasn't sure? They were attacked by a krayt dragon and one of the guides fled the battle. He saw your father killed.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I... see. So what do you want from me? Credits?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Don't be insulting. I want you to use those senses of yours. I want you to find him. I want you to bring back his holocron.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Why? So you can sell it?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Is it too much to ask that I have something to remember your father by? Of course it is, isn't it? You couldn't be bothered.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: We're very busy on a mission from the Jedi Council. I doubt I'll have the time. Ask my companions if you doubt me.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Why don't you get the holocron yourself, Miss... er... Helena?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: As my daughter is quick to point out, I haven't the coin to hire another expedition. Nor am I the adventurer my husband was.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Don't you want to find your father's remains, Bastila?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: What remains would there be? Krayt dragons are huge predators, easily able to devour a human, and the desert is a harsh environment. Finding my father's remains would be an even more impossible task than finding his holocron. An ignoble end to a fine man.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. What about your mother's sickness?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: It doesn't seem to have anything to do with what she's asking. Are you actually sick, Mother?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: What difference does it make to you? None, I'm sure. Just find your father's holocron and you won't have to worry about me again either way.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: That's the kind of response I would expect. Very well. We'll look for the holocron if we have time. I can't promise any more than that.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I believe your father was headed north towards the Sand People enclave. I would check along that route, dear. Do please hurry.
KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: Bastila's Mother
Bastila agreed to consider her mother's request: to locate her father's body and recover his holocron. It should be out in the Tatooine desert... likely near wherever krayt dragons exist... though Bastila did not promise that she would give her father's holocron to her mother even if she did find it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: You're back, I see. And Bastila isn't even with you. I suppose she's too busy to even help her own mother, correct? Nothing more than I would expect from her after all this time. Go on, leave me be. I will find the holocron myself, if I have to. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Back already? Have you even looked for the holocron, yet?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I don't have the holocron, if that's what you're asking.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Then what are you waiting for? Go, find it!

If you speak to Bastila before finding her father's Holocron:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: How can I help?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Do you want to talk?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: About my mother? I am unsure. I seem to find it difficult to remain objective when it comes to her. I find that... disturbing.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I don't think we have time to go searching for anything.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: You're probably right. There are more important things to do. Mother can wait.

That response ends the dialog. Otherwise:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. You don't think we should look for the holocron?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: We have more important things to do. Still... my father is dead. Just because we find the holocron doesn't mean I have to give it to her.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Why do you think she wants it so badly?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Father recorded all his personal thoughts in that holocron even when I knew him. Having it would be like having him with you. I don't see why she deserves it, however. She drove him to his death. I loved him... and I didn't even have a chance to say goodbye.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. You'd keep it for yourself? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. That sounds a bit selfish. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. Maybe you're right.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I don't know. Part of me would keep it just so she didn't get it. I don't like that part of me. KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: It does, doesn't it? I can't seem to help myself. KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Yes... maybe. I don't feel good about it, still.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I would have thought my Jedi training would have put me past this kind of pettiness. I wish... I really don't want to think about this.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Please, let's just keep going.

You can ask about her mother's sickness instead, or do so by speaking to her again:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Why didn't you ask about her sickness?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I have my doubts as to whether she's actually sick.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Why would she lie about it? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. She certainly seemed to upset you.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Mother used to lie about many things to get her way. She is a selfish woman who pushed my father into doing what she wished. KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I told you that my mother and I never got along. Obviously that has not changed. And now Father is dead. That... leaves a hurt inside, you just can't imagine. I haven't seen him in so long...
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. You sound bitter.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Yes, I... thought I had let go of that anger. All my training, and it comes back so quickly...
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I don't want to talk about this any more. Let's... keep going.

The holocron can now be found in a tattered equipment pack at the back of the krayt dragon cave in the Eastern Dune Sea, which is only accessible after making peace with the Sand People or killing the chieftain in their enclave. When you and Bastila return with it:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Back already? Have you even looked for the holocron, yet?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I have the holocron, Mother. I'm just not sure I want to give it to you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: And why not? Would you deny me even that?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I've never denied you anything, Mother. You may think I don't remember what it was like before I left for the order, but I do. You were the one who pushed Father to go on one treasure hunt after the other. You loved living in wealth. You think I don't remember the fights? You were eager to send me to the Jedi, even though I didn't want to go. You took Father away from me, and now this holocron is all I have of him.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Fool girl! You have a strange way of remembering things. That wasn't --
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: No. I don't wish to argue with you any more, Mother. It's time we parted ways, now, for both our benefit.

If you agree with Bastila, she and her mother part on poor terms:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. You're right. Let's go. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I agree. We should go before this gets ugly.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: So that's the way it is, is it? All that Jedi training and you haven't learned a thing.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: On the contrary, I've learned much. I've learned, for instance, when it is best to walk away from a situation that can lead only to conflict.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: How can you learn anything when you hear only what you want to hear? Well, go on, then. Keep the holocron. It was for you, anyhow. I'll just go off and die peacefully and you needn't bother with me anymore. That's obviously what's best.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Farewell, Mother. May the Force be with you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Hmph. It may as well be with one of us.
KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: Bastila's Mother
The final meeting with Bastila's mother did not go well. Bastila and her mother argued, and Bastila ended up deciding to keep the holocron for herself. They parted on poor terms, unlikely ever to see each other again… and the weight of the encounter seems to press unhappily on Bastila's shoulders.
KotOR Icon XP.png Experience Points (XP) Received:
  • 250 Bastila and her mother parted on poor terms

Otherwise, you can question Bastila and reconcile the two:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Maybe you should listen to what she has to say. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Do you really need the holocron, Bastila?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: You don't know her. My mother is notoriously deceptive when she wants something. Why should she have the holocron? KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I... perhaps not. I can remember my father well enough. But I ask you: why should she have it?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Is it too difficult to believe that I am a dying woman who simply wishes to see her husband one last time?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I find it difficult to believe anything you say, Mother.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. It sounds like you've already made up your mind. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Maybe one of you should be the first to give the other a break?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: *Sigh* You're right. It shames me, but I just... I find it difficult to... let go of the past. I'm... sorry, Mother.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I was hard on you, dear. I wasn't a very good mother to you, I know that. Your father loved you so. He wanted you to be just like him... he wanted to take you on his hunts, but I said they were too dangerous.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Treasure hunting is a dangerous occupation. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Yet you let your husband go on these dangerous expeditions.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I always tried to keep him from the dangerous ones, but he would have none of it. It was a reckless life we led, always moving... I didn't want that for you.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: So that's why you gave me to the Order?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: What do your father and I have to show for all those years of hunting? Nothing. That was no life for anyone, especially not someone as gifted as you. Your father... he spent all his last years trying to pay for my treatments. That's why he went for the pearls. I begged him not to, but...
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Your treatments.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: I'm dying, Bastila. I did not lie about that. It's been a long time in the coming, and there's really nothing that can be done anymore. I told your father to let me go, but you know how he was. Stubborn. Like you.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I'm so sorry, Mother. I don't know what to say...
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Keep the holocron, Bastila. It would do me good to know you have it. This... talking to you... this is what I really needed before I...
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I know, Mother. Thank you. I'm glad we talked, too.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: Well, now. You said you had important business, and you were never one to mince words. You there... you take care of my daughter, you hear me?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I'll do my best. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Bastila can take care of herself. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. As if she'd let me! KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. Hmph. I'm not her keeper.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: That's good. I'll feel a lot better knowing there's someone to watch her. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: So could her father. That doesn't mean she doesn't need help now and again. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: You make her let you. She's too much like her father in that respect. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: So you're not. I'd feel better knowing that someone was there to watch over her, however. I wasn't.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Where are you going to go?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: It doesn't matter, dear. Don't you worry about me.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Here. Take these 500 credits. It's all I have. Go to Coruscant and find a doctor. I'll meet you there after... after what I have to do.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: But I already told you there's nothing that can --
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Please, take it. I... want to see you again. When we can talk.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Helena: *sigh* Alright, I will. Now you do what you have to, Bastila. You go make your father and I proud.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: I'll try. Farewell, Mother.
KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: Bastila's Mother
Bastila and her mother have parted on good terms. Her mother insisted Bastila keep the holocron, and while she is indeed dying from an illness Bastila promised to try and help her once the mission is done. While Bastila is sad that her father is dead, she is happy that her relationship with her mother looks hopeful.
KotOR Icon XP.png Experience Points (XP) Received:
  • 250 Bastila and her mother parted on good terms

Either way, Bastila keeps her father's holocron. If you speak to Bastila after parting with her mother:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: How can I help?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. So you kept the holocron. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. So do you feel better now?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Yes, but I don't feel any better. After all my training, I would have thought myself above such anger. For it to come so easily disturbs me greatly. I don't need a holocron to remember my father, and I will never see Mother again. Have I learned nothing? It... no, I don't want to talk about this. Thank you, but I must think about what I have done. KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Yes. That brought me a lot of peace. More than I thought it would have. Thank you for urging me towards it. After all my training, I would have thought it would have been easier. Apparently I still have much to learn.

Gandroff[edit]

Gandroff, a retired swoop racer, stands to the left of the center table at the north end of the cantina. You can ask him about himself and racing, telling him you're looking for something and ask who knows this planet best:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Well now, what can Gandroff do for you? It's been a while since I've had anyone bother talking to me.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Usually it's some kid wondering what my old racing days were like... but that was back on Taris. Seems like a long time ago. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I saw you down by the track, didn't I? Or was that someone else? I've been distracted by what happened on Taris.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I was at Motta's, yes. Can I ask a question or two? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I wanted to ask a few questions, if you have the time. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I just have some questions. Don't bother getting friendly.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Sure, not a problem. Might as well try to pass along some of what I know. Heh heh. My racing days are pretty much done. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I'm not sure what I have that you would be interested in. I... I'm... I'm just an old swoop-jock that doesn't have the head for it anymore. Heh. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Uh, well, I wouldn't worry about that, not with your attitude. Go on then, ask away. I'm ready.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I want to ask about you and racing.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Ahh, something I know. Well... well, something I used to know. Um, my racing days are behind me. Gandroff is the name. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I... I am not used to such attention. Uh, what do you want me to repeat?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Is this the best place for racing?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Best place to race is wherever the track treats you sweet and your times are golden. It's that simple. You get hung up on any one track and... and you'll end up like me. Heh heh. My favorite stop was Taris... Taris, yes... always looked forward to going back. Now I don't want to touch my bike at all. Maybe I wasn't in the winner's circle lately, but I still raced for sport, you know? Vroom vroom.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. What made Taris any different than here?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: A woman. I never won on Taris, but it was always my first stop on the circuit, and the last if I could help it. Heh. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Oh, I... I don't want to get into that, miss. Let's just say that there was always someone trackside rooting for me. Heh heh.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: That doesn't matter now. You can't ask for more certain closure than the whole planet being gone. Poof. Boom. Heh. Gone.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. How long did you race?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Oh, well past my prime, by any measure. I started late, too. Not like the kids out there now. Some of them are too young. Hm.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Why do you think that?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: It's a cutthroat business. I... I've seen some of them burn out after a year. They get dangerous, and don't live long. That's not everyone, of course, but... but it happens. I'm a has-been, I'll admit, but... but dying while you're on top is still dying. I'll pass.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. What can you tell me about the other racers?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I don't really talk to any of them. I know Zoriis from the circuit and you couldn't ask for a tougher lady. Smart too.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I don't know the younger guys, but... but I've been watching Nico. Uh, good to see someone doing it for the love of the race. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I don't know the younger guys, but I suppose they're in good hands. What you did for Nico was good to see. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I don't know the younger guys, but after you pushed that deal on Nico, I doubt they'd trust me or anyone.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. What makes him any different than the others?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I don't know, but some people just have something that lets the bike take them. It's like the air stops pushing back.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: That's an old track tale, you know; when the wind decides to stop fighting? I used to have that. Heh... not any more. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I think you know what I mean; when the wind decides to stop fighting? Hmm. You've felt it. I can tell by your times.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. Let's go back to my first questions.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: All right then.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I'm looking for something. Who knows this planet best?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Ask me again in a few years and it will be me. Heh heh. I'm probably not going back out on the circuit... if there is one. But, for now, I don't know any more than the next guy. You should try the locals. Jawas maybe. Funny little guys. Li'l jawa, li'l jawa.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I have to leave. Goodbye.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Uh, keep safe. Yup. Yup. Seems like tough times are coming.

He'll no longer answer questions if you're disrespectful:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Well, imagine you coming back. Heh heh. Something you want? KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I hear you're pretty good on the track. Yeah. I remember my first paycheck for racing. Heh heh. So small you couldn't see it, but I remember. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Hello again. I hear you're pretty fast out on the track. Remember these days. Yes sir. Once they're gone, whoo, they're gone. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: I heard about you setting a track record. Wish I'd seen it. Ah, it would've just made me want to be out there myself.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I don't care about your faded glory. I'm not here for storytime. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Your answers are tiresome. Have you anything of use to say?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: No need to get all confrontational. What are... what are we, Sand People? You wouldn't find much fight left in me, anyway.

You can move closer to the dark side by using the Force to persuade him to be quiet:

Low (Affect Mind) 1. [Force Persuade] I'm tired of your voice, old man. Be *quiet.*
KotOR Icon Dark.png Dark Side Points Gained: -2
Gandroff: [Success] [Gandroff stares, his lip quivering. The fear you've put in him has shaken him out of his stupor, but he can't say a word.]
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: [Gandroff looks at you, shaking with fear and rage. He says nothing, however, and must feel very helpless before you.]

However, you can take credits from him instead, and move closer to the dark side of the Force:

KotOR Icon Dark.png Dark Side Points Gained: -2
3. Then just die, old man. I'm not backing down.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I don't want a fight. I just want money. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I meant no harm. I apologize.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Why bother? I mean, will this pay for ship maintenance or whatever? You're just looking for coward credits. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Then race for it! By the Force, what do you think an old man like me would have? Bah, take it all. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Doesn't seem like it. I've seen your kind before. Does it make you feel big, pushing old men around? You're all the same. Heh.
KotOR Icon Credits.png Credits Received: 20
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Bah, if it will get you to leave, just take what credits I have. Take em. Take em. Now leave me. I don't want anything to do with you. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Now, leave me to my drinking. I don't think we'd have much to talk about. Not if I can help it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Gandroff: Go on, take a walk. My mood is sour enough without you here.

Czerka officer[edit]

A Czerka officer stands on the left of the table table in the northeast corner. You can try to question him:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Something you want, spacer? Go talk to the office if you want to complain about conditions here. I don't want to hear it.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Seems like every other person I meet is complaining about something. Well, it's not going to get better, so leave me alone. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: You swoop racers, do you even know what it takes to run an outpost like this? As long as there's flat ground, what do you care?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. I wanted to ask a few questions, if you have the time. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I just have some questions. Don't give me any trouble.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: I don't really have any interest in helping you. Will this be quick? KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Trouble? Why would I want to make trouble with you? This planet has more than enough as it is.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. You're not much of a spokesman for Czerka Corporation.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Well, you don't look like much of a customer, and neither does anyone else here. I sell to companies, not people loitering in bars. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Like I said before, I don't much care what you think. I'll be on the street if business keeps dropping, and it will.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Bah, you wouldn't understand. You're like everyone else, complaining about how Czerka isn't feeding and clothing you like it should. KotOR Icon Zaalbar.png Zaalbar: He has no pride at all. Might as well be dead.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: You're pet is growling. Maybe he needs to be brushed. Look, you're just like everyone else, angry about not getting enough work.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Well, I'm mad too. There's not much of a retirement plan I can count on if the whole outpost goes belly up. I'll be just like you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. Let's go back to my first questions.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: All right then. Make it quick.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I'm looking for something. Who knows this planet best?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Nobody we've brought, that's for sure. Our experts said this rock was supposed to have mining potential to last for years. Nothing but garbage ore, good for nothing. You ever try to sell someone garbage? My name is mud in three systems now.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I have to leave. Goodbye.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Good. I've a lack of business to attend to.

He won't answer at all after you've taken issue with him:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Well, imagine you coming back. Something you want?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. I'm getting sick of your attitude. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Have you anything useful to say? I'm getting tired of you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Oh well, I wouldn't want that, now would I? Just leave me alone.

If you have the Force powers Wound, Choke or Kill, you can use them to move closer to the dark side of the Force:

KotOR Icon Dark.png Dark Side Points Gained: -2
1. [Force Choke] You will show me the proper respect!
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: [He squirms in your grasp, utterly helpless. This man will not forget the power you wield.]
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: [He does not meet your gaze when you release him. He is suitably cowed.]

Neither he nor the Czerka merchant officer standing at the same table on the right, closest to the exit, will now speak to you:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: [This man does not meet your eyes. He obviously has no desire to be taught another lesson in respect.]

[Having seen what happened to his fellow officer, this man has no desire to risk a similar lesson. He shifts uncomfortably under your scrutiny.]

However, you can take credits from him instead, and move closer to the dark side of the Force:

KotOR Icon Dark.png Dark Side Points Gained: -2
3. Why should I? You going to do something? I could kill you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. I will, for a price. KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. I meant no harm. I apologize.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: What are you doing, coming in here like you're Sand People or something? That's no way to do business. I don't need this. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: What, are you a beggar? Fine, if it will get you to leave, take a few cred's, but don't expect another handout. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Just hot air blowing, eh? Well take it somewhere else. I don't have the patience right now. Not with my workload.
KotOR Icon Credits.png Credits Received: 50
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Here, take some cred's, if that's what you want. Go drown in a drink, like every other failure in here. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Go on, leave me alone. I don't want to have anything more to do with you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Czerka Officer: Get lost, spacer. I've had enough of you.

If the Czerka merchant officer hasn't been intimidated by watching you choking his fellow officer:

Czerka Merchant Officer
I've enough to worry about with my mining quotas, I don't have time for you.
Czerka Corporation should just close this whole place down. Heh. Who would miss it?
The sooner I get out of this dustbowl, the better.
Maybe the Sith will give us more support here on Tatooine. Couldn't get worse.
How are the Sand People doing so much damage? Blasters beat gaffi sticks, don't they?
Should have been a wraid hunter. I hate this uniform.
Go to the Czerka offices if you want a job. I'm off duty.
Our business has nothing to do with you, spacer.

Jawa Servers[edit]

A Jawa server stands at the north end of the bar in the middle of the cantina. You can learn that some of the Jawa people are missing, and the location of their leader, Iziz, if you want to find out more:

Dialog
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Why would you bother we of Jawa under Iziz? Yours do not care for ours. Do you miss we that are taken? No. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Back, but nothing changes, and ours are still lost. Iziz starts to know you will not help, and fades his hopes.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. Please, could you try to speak more clearly?
KotOR Icon HK-47.png HK-47: Translation: Doubtful. The Jawa language is structured in an odd manner. You are lucky to understand what you do.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: It's not that hard to understand if you listen. It's just... odd.
KotOR Icon Carth.png Carth: Hence the 'unclear' part. Or did you miss that? KotOR Icon Zaalbar.png Zaalbar: He sounds... not right. Unnatural.
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: Your sarcasm is not appreciated, Carth. KotOR Icon Jolee.png Jolee: Seems fairly clear to me, though he doesn't seem used to people actually stopping to listen.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: The voices of Jawa under Iziz are not flawed. The ears of your kin are poor while we speak plain of our missing.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. "We that are taken?" Are some of your people missing? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. "Of your missing?" Have some of your people gone missing? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Iziz... is that your leader? Where is he?
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Is this interest? Not from your kind, though Iziz thinks otherwise. Speak to him if you are acting and pretending. KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Iziz stands at the walls that hold out the sand. They listen poorly there too. Your kind hide behind bad ears.
KotOR Icon Carth.png Carth: Hmm. These Jawas sure aren't the trusting type, are they? KotOR Icon HK-47.png HK-47: Query: Is the miniature organic implying falsehood? Shall I blast it, master?
KotOR Icon Bastila.png Bastila: No doubt with good reason.
KotOR Icon Carth.png Carth: Well, for once, I'll agree with you.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. You two agreed? Somebody mark this day down.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png 2. "We that are taken?" Are some of your people missing? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 1. "Of your missing?" Have some of your people gone missing? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 3. Iziz... is that your leader? Where is he? KotOR Icon Dialog.png 4. Jawa babble. I don't have time for this.
KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Jawas are tired of giant-speak. Might as well slave to the gaffi. So you trade, but what is that if no help is given? KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Your kind are like that, and Iziz is foolish to think that you are not. We know this. Leave us to the trouble.

Iziz can be found by the gate to the Dune Sea at the east end of Anchorhead. If you return after completing Fair Trade with him:

KotOR Icon Dialog.png Jawa Server: Strange. You are of your kind, but are unlike them too. You helped where others did not. Iziz was right in this. You have the thanks of the Jawa under Iziz. We will remember when you are the ones that have gone.

A less communicative Jawa server stands on the west side of the bar:

Jawa Server
[Unintelligible]
Move to the sides, out of serving way.
Jawas will dig the sand for you one day.
Better here than with People of Sand.
You were not here first, yet Jawas serve.
This job is not fair trade.