Malastare is referred to several times in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones, however, it was never seen on screen. According to the Expanded Universe, Malastare is the homeworld of the quadruped Dug race. The Dugs were oppressed by the three-eyed Gran who first landed on and colonized Malastare in 8,000 BBY. In 7,000 BBY, the two species signed a peace treaty that united the planet. Malastare was also a supporter of the Trade Federation, as their loyalties to sending a commission to Naboo in The Phantom Menace show. There is podracing on Malastare, a pastime referred to by Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace as "very fast, and very dangerous". The planet shows up in the PlayStation 2 and GameCube videogame Star Wars: Bounty Hunter and Nintendo 64 and PC videogame Star Wars: Episode I Racer. In Racer, Malastare's podracing tracks include Malastare 100, Sebulba's Legacy and Dug Derby. Malastare is a swampy, dense forest world. Malastare orbited by two moons, Kalios and Kalorn.
Sebulba, a native Dug and podracer is from Malastare.
In the Old Republic, Malastare was represented in the Galactic Senate exclusively by Gran politicians such as Aks Moe, Ainlee Teem and Ask Aak.
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