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Borra is a NPC from Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. In Final Fantasy X he lives in the Macalania woods and is an Avian-Humanoid creature. During Final Fantasy X-2, he plays for Yuna while she dances at the end of chapter 1. Since he is shown playing the harp in both games, it is likely that he is a Bard.

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.



Planet of origin


Height of average adult

3 meters

Skin color


The boar-wolf, or borra, was a predatory animal that lived on the forest moon of Endor.



Boar-wolves had been known to be three meters tall. They had hair, sharp teeth, a humped back, and two tusks. They were sometimes domesticated by the primitive Gorax, usually by having their mother killed and then being taken away by the Gorax. They were often known to howl at the gas giant Endor when it appeared in the night sky. They may have been a breed of wolf.


A boar-wolf howling at Endor itself.

One domesticated boar-wolf chased Cindel and Mace Towani through the forest after they left the home of Deej Warrick, trapping them inside the hollow of a tree trunk. In the morning, Deej and his three sons Wicket, Widdle, and Weechee went searching for the children and found the boar-wolf lurking in the vicinity. Deej and his two elder sons fought the creature using spears. The boar-wolf was ultimately felled by Wicket, who shot it with a poisoned dart from a blowgun.

Upon emerging from their hiding place (from which they witnessed the battle), Mace and Cindel found their father's life monitor attached to the boar-wolf's collar, put there as an ornament by its owner, a giant Gorax who lived in the Forbidden Fortress.


A Gorax with pet boar-wolves.
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External links

  • Boar-wolf SWG stats at

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