Jabba's largest possession was certainly his pleasure palace, located on the fringe of the Western Dune Sea on the planet Tatooine. While Jabba's home was on Nal Hutta, he used his Tatooine palace as a base of operations for his business ventures in that part of the galaxy.
Under Jabba's regimeEdit
It wasn't until 516 BBY that the Hutt named Jabba Desilijic Tiure discovered the citadel and ousted Alkhara and seized the monastery. Like Alkhara and his predecessors, Jabba maintained a good relationship with the monks, adding on to their monastery and generally avoiding the strange religious people. Along with plating the exterior walls with ditanium, Jabba built an expansive hanger and garage for his fleet of ships and swoops. Erecting a throne room in the subterranean bowels of the citidal, the Hutt transformed the complex into a palace. The hutt also added on dungeons, a kitchen, barracks, torture chambers, dance rooms, dining halls, a harem and a stage.
As the criminal empire grew in reputation, more and more miscreants began to occupy the palace. Jabba employed many Gamorrean guards, allowing their families to reside in a wing of the palace in exchange for security. The hutt occupied the palace for centuries, dividing his time between his retreat, and this on Nal Hutta.
During this time Jabba hosted a party in his throne room he invited many guests who were close to him to the celebration even those who worked at the palace attended the celebration.
Jabba's Demolition GamesEdit
The palace was the main broad casting location were the might crime lord had R2-D2 and cameras show hologram videos of the race.
While most courtiers followed him to the pit, very few returned. Indeed Jabba and most of his minions died in the fiery explosion that engulfed the Khetanna, his private sail barge. Some of those survived returned to the palace and told the news to those who stayed behind some were happy some were scared but every made an attempt to steal anything they could get their hands on treasure, credit, money, food, weapons, gadgets, equipment, droids, tools, slaves ect. fights broke out and some criminals were killed.
While some looked through the place for anything valuable others freed prisoners, slaves and some of Jabba's pet beasts. Some were spies and assassins sent to kill Jabba reporting to their employers about his death. Many of those who were their fell victim to the B'omarr initiation rituals and had their brains removed. Some were willing subjects others were forced into the ritual. Few escaped some got away with what they could grab others decided to leave what they carried behind. Some prisoners were left begging to be not left behind so their brains wouldn't end up in the B'omarr droids. Even some of Jabba's pet creatures were left to suffer the B'omarr rituals.
The palace eventually shut down and wouldn't open for anyone leaving those who fell victim to the B'omarr and those who were left as prisoners inside the palace. While Jabba's relatives or opponents attempted to take the palace the walls were impenetrable and it eventually fell into abandonment.
Jabba's Pereption of his PalaceEdit
Jabba's palace provided many things for the hutt and those who worked for him. He had a court room were he spent most of of his time, had his own private chambers whenever he wanted to be alone, a garage storing many ships whenever the Hutt wanted to travel, a harem so Jabba could have many slave women, a huge kitchen to cook lots of food for the Hutt's big appetite, dungeons to lock up prisoners or torture disobedient slave girls would also be taken down there. Jabba had cameras installed into the palace to record almost every thing that went on in there.
Slave Girl's Perception of Jabba's PalaceEdit
When a new slave was brought to the palace they were speechless after lying on the palace before they went inside. Some naively thought well maybe it might look better on the inside while others didn't want to go in after looking at from the outside. After entering all of them soon realized that palace was worst then any of their nightmares they had of the place. The harem was the nicest part of the place to make the girls more comfortable the rest was not so great the throne was like the rest of the palace dark, scary and smelly whenever a woman was brought to the throne room and chained to beside their master they were rarely allowed to leave and go anywhere else. This meant that they were not even a loud to leave even for privacy they had to do everything thing in the throne room they only got privacy if their master allowed it. The worst part was the dungeons no girl wanted to go down there some we're dragged down others were carried while some were shoved from behind all the way down. Some of the more obedient girls didn't fight there escort because they knew the punishment would get much worse the more reistent girl struggled and screamed either way they all were scared of the dungeons and crying when they went in and out.
The court room and the harem were the only place the women would spend the night if the crimelord aloud it he would let his thugs take the girls back to their rooms for something fun well fun for them at least not for the poor slaves.
Most of the girls wore collars that restricted where they went in the palace the collars also keep track of where they are. If a girl was in place she wasn't so post to be or trying to escape the tracker would tell the people in the palace were the slave was. Shock panels in the collars restricted where the slaves went and kept them from leaving another thing used in the collars to do this were explosives. The girls who earned Jabba's trust had no collars or trackers so they had more freedom but we're still prisoners and slaves.
The cameras weren't always used to catch spies, intruders or disobedient slaves they were also used by the creeps in the palace to stare lustful at the women where ever they were the girls knew this and hated it.
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Leia's Perception of Jabba's Palace Edit
Leia familiarized herself with the layout of the Hutt's domain as much as she could before her mission to rescue Han Solo. But the information she and Luke were able to gather did not prepare her for the sheer size of the palace when she entered it with Chewbacca in tow. Stepping through the main gate into the dark cavernous entrance, she went on alert, concerned that some creature might surprise her from the darkness.
While negotiating with Jabba for the price of Chewbacca, Leia took time to take in the Hutt's throne room, already beginning to plan how she would sneak in later to rescue her lover. As her exchange with Jabba grew tense, she forced herself not to look to where Han stood frozen in carbonite on the far wall. Instead, she focused on her hatred for the Hutt.
After being captured, Leia saw parts of the palace that the Rebel's intelligence had not revealed, since even Lando had not had access.