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Clone Wars Jabba's son question

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Clone Wars Jabba's son question

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sithgreyguard
01.15.2012 , 03:23 PM | #1
http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Rotta

so umm who mated with jabba? or does he self reproduce?

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Omnitheo
01.15.2012 , 04:11 PM | #2
I did

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Ruliya
01.15.2012 , 04:13 PM | #3
Hutts reproduce asexually afaik.

Though what happens to the son between that movie and the OT is anybodies guess.

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TWRapter
01.15.2012 , 04:22 PM | #4
well he did try to kill leia after return of the jedi its in the books cant remember which onebut its org series before the reforming of the jedi temple on yavin when they were still fighting the rememant of the empire after the collaspe of the empire a few years after ep 9 which is only in book and comic form but ya he ends up getting killed too

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spne
01.15.2012 , 04:49 PM | #5
On the TOR book "Fatal Alliance" they say that the Hutts have asexual reproduction, and they chose their gender thus why we have female and male hutts, but their body is the same.

Those ugly giant smelly slugs.
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AngelousWang
01.15.2012 , 05:01 PM | #6
Hutts are not asexual, they are hermaphrodites.

Asexual = can reproduce 100% alone (normally egg layers, that self fertilize). There is no gender.

Hermaphrodites = have both male and female genitals, therefore they can be the male or female during intercourse, it's completely their and their partners choice who is who. Hermaphrodites still require a pair to reproduce, they cannot impregnate themselves with their own male genitals.
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spne
01.15.2012 , 05:04 PM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by AngelousWang View Post
Hutts are not asexual, they are hermaphrodites.

Asexual = can reproduce 100% alone (normally egg layers, that self fertilize). There is no gender.

Hermaphrodites = have both male and female genitals, therefore they can be the male or female during intercourse, it's completely their and their partners choice who is who. Hermaphrodites still require a pair to reproduce, they cannot impregnate themselves with their own male genitals.
Ok.
Got the difference and also got some nightmares. Thank you.
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Ruliya
01.15.2012 , 05:15 PM | #8
Quote: Originally Posted by AngelousWang View Post
Hutts are not asexual, they are hermaphrodites.

Asexual = can reproduce 100% alone (normally egg layers, that self fertilize). There is no gender.

Hermaphrodites = have both male and female genitals, therefore they can be the male or female during intercourse, it's completely their and their partners choice who is who. Hermaphrodites still require a pair to reproduce, they cannot impregnate themselves with their own male genitals.
You are indeed correct. My apologies for my previous statement.

I remember reading that Hutts change sex during the process (depending on which is conceiving). They'll either stay that sex, or revert to their previous one, such as the case of Jabba.

Not sure if I'm 100% on that, but yea, I got mixed up in the differences of asexual reproduction and hermaphroditism.

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randylm
01.15.2012 , 05:26 PM | #9
Learned a little more about Hutt bodies than I cared to know about. >_> Makes me glad I chose to kill the 3 families' Hutt leaders.

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Ruliya
01.15.2012 , 05:31 PM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by randylm View Post
Learned a little more about Hutt bodies than I cared to know about. >_> Makes me glad I chose to kill the 3 families' Hutt leaders.
So did I /highfive :P Being a BH I hate those Hutts!