Leia Organa (Boushh disguise)

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Leia Organa Solo (born Leia Amidala Skywalker) was, at various stages of her life, a politician, revolutionary, and Jedi Knight of the New Jedi Order. The daughter of Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and Senator Padmé Amidala of Naboo, Leia was the younger twin sister of Luke Skywalker, and, shortly after her birth, she became the adopted daughter of Bail Organa and Queen Breha of Alderaan, making her a Princess of Alderaan. An accomplished Senator, Leia Organa was most famous for her strong leadership during the Galactic Civil War and other subsequent galactic conflicts, making her one of the galaxy’s greatest heroes. (Source Wookieepedia)


1. Accurate brown weathered helmet with tan deerskin snout, a silver flanking nose “combs” and two dark green visors, and a stitched strap at the back, weathered with proper greeblies and painting. Greeblies on side are dark grey with brown and black accents. Helmet has 10 black striped lines that wrap around the upper back and a red 1138 on the right side. Helmet should be weathered to match visual references.
2. Brown slightly shiny/satin finish weathered shoulder armour with grey metallic tanks (the left tank longer than the right tank) and a weathered greeblie (comlink) centre front below the collar with reddish lettering. Inside neck of shoulder armour is covered in light tan cloth padding. Shoulder armour extends to mid bosom. Tanks should be weathered with proper niches, greeblies, handle, spout, and reddish lettering. Tanks are attached to shoulder armour with two snaps and a dark brown leather panel. Snaps are painted black.
3. Bandolier of grey twill belting with proper weathered greeblies and small canisters. Where shoulder and waist connect in front is marked with stitching in the shape of a box with an X stitched in grey. Back of shoulder bandolier strap has a grey stitched triangle. Bandolier attaches to back band with a dark coloured/metallic snap. In front the left side of parachute clip has black stitching, and the right side of parachute clip has grey stitching. Right and left side of bandolier have large cylinder with lid painted black.
4. Beige or tan weathered suede or suedecloth mid-thigh-length tunic with a V-neck folded left over right, a centre front opening and large sleeves reaching just below the elbows. No visible closures or fastenings.Shoulder seems of outer tunic should hit approximately 1-2 inches down upper arm past shoulder. The tunic may have a front facing approximately 3 inches in width attached to the front and neck.
5. Tan leather or leather-like hip-length tunic with a dark brown suede or suedecloth turtleneck collar and dark brown suede or suedecloth sleeves worn beneath the outer tunic. Sleeves are styled to fingerless gauntlets with 8 spike studs at each knuckle in a triangular pattern. There should be a collar on this tunic or a dickie that extends under the helmet to cover the neck and all skin/hair when helmet is on.
6. Beige or tan semi-circular weathered cape of herringbone or other heavy woven material. Cape should hit below elbow on right side and at knee on left side. The top of cape folds to outside creating thick line approximately 1 inch wide and the bottom of cape folds to inside creating thick line approximately 1 inch wide. The sides of cape fold to inside creating thick line approximately 1 inch wide and cover bottom seam.
7. Beige or tan suede or suedecloth gloves to wear underneath studded gauntlets.
8. Medium or dark brown wide suede or suedecloth obi with a ribbed texture (rope quilting preferred) with 16-22 ribs (18 recommended). Obi should have no visible holes, closures or fasteners.
9. Tan leather belt with a dark gray rectangular buckle. Belt has two vertical black stitches to left of belt buckle. The belt should have no visible holes or fasteners.
10. Tan weathered leather or leather-like pants with a seam at crotch level folded upward, a seam folded downward approximately 4-5 inches from the top crotch seam folded downward with dark stitching, and a seam above the kneecap approximately 3-4 inches below the second seam. This third seam folds downward connecting to the pleats. Crinkle/pleated/gathered texture to the leather across front slightly above the kneecap seam and extending into the boot. Pleats are only on the front section of the pants.
11. Beige or tan weathered boot spats with vertical quilting lines and round silver greeblies to be worn one on each outside ankle. A dogbone shape covers the top of the boot and a black clip is visible on the back upper part of the boot spat. The black parachute clip in back is approximately 2 ½ inches in length and the black clip has one slot on top and two slots on bottom.
12. Beige or tan flat-soled boots or shoes to wear under the boot spats. Boots have low heel that is dark in colour and the boot front is ovular in shape.
13. Hair pulled back into a a low braided bun. Naturally-occurring hair colour only (brown recommended); no bangs. If a wig or extensions are used, they must be of high quality and appear like real hair.


  1. Electrostaff that is approximately 9 inches taller than the holder, black in colour and matches visual reference in terms of shape and weathering
  2. Accurate round thermal detonator with optional light and sound
  3. Two rows of blinking green lights in the top lens of the visor on the helmet
  4. Belt has a square grey/dark coloured greeblie on right side near hip with similar details to other greeblies on armour and/or helmet.
  5. Thicker braid hanging down from beneath (or instead of) the braided bun, visible below the bottom edge of the helmet


Revised 25 November 2017

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