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Woorwill in his home with Jaarak, whose back is to you on the right. The wicker basket is in the back corner on the left.

Exit[edit]

The exit to the village is in the east wall, and there's a wicker bin at the back of the room in the southwest corner:

KotOR Icon Item(s) Received.png Item(s) Received: Wicker Basket

Wookiee Lost[edit]

Two Wookiees stand in the middle of the room. You can ask them questions about the lost Wookiee, Rorworr. The elder, Jaarak, stands on the right:

The younger Woorwill stands on the left, and he's more forthcoming:

KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: A Wookiee Lost
The Wookiees are worried about a popular member of their tribe that has recently gone missing. Rorworr cannot be found. His friends Jaarak and Woorwill await him at Woorwill's home.

Once Rorworr's remains are found in the upper Shadowlands, Woorwill can identify the bolt casing found on the body:

Jaarak can also identify the bolt casing... his own:

KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: A Wookiee Lost
The bolt casing found on Rorworr's corpse belongs to Jaarak. Jaarak may be the one that killed Rorworr.
KotOR Icon XP.png Experience Points (XP) Received:
  • 200 Bolt casing recognized as belonging to Jaarak

You can continue the dialog to accuse him of Rorworr's murder:

KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: A Wookiee Lost
Jaraak has been accused of killing Rorworr. He has offered no defense and awaits judgement from Worrroznor, the Holder of the Laws.
KotOR Icon XP.png Experience Points (XP) Received:
  • 200 Jaarak accused of killing Rorworr

There's little point in speaking to either Wookiee after the bolt casing has been recognized, and even this isn't necessary as the same experience is received when Worrroznor, Holder of the Laws, whose home is to the east, recognizes the bolt casing and accuses Jaarak instead.