|Overview of Mos Eisley|
Mos Eisley is a bustling spaceport city located on the planet Tatooine.
Mos Eisley is a huge city. The many buildings range in size, but most living quarters are small one-floor houses. The buildings are mainly built close together with small alleyways leading to another street. Many of the people at the city are starcraft pilots who park in docking docks located throughout the city. Many people crowd the streets of Mos Eisley, including some animals carrying cargo. Quite a few vehicles are on the road, but most people walk
 Points of Interest
- Mos Eisley Cantina
Many starcraft pilots collect in this bar. It is a small building, but with plenty of space. There is the drink stand itself situated near the entrance. A single bartender manages it. Many tables are scattered throughout the establishment, and some tables put in small circle rooms connected to the main building section. By the bar table is a live band consisting of four members. The bar does not serve droids, so droid owners have to leave them outside.
- Mos Eisley Pod Race
This event is held every once in awhile. Many citizens and visitors of Mos Eisley come to see the racing competition. Even Jabba the Hutt shows up to see it. More than ten racers compete on a track where anything goes. There are many sections to it, one part taking the racers through a cave with many rocks. Tusken Raiders have been known to camp on ridges overlooking the racetrack and shooting at the participants.
- Watto's Shop
This shop is how young Anakin Skywalker got money to help support his poor family. The shop is run by Watto (as the name suggests). He sells spaceship parts at the store.
- Imperial Road Stops
Many of these areas were set up when the Galactic Empire began searching for the Death Star plans on Tatooine. A four-man squad of Sandtroopers (see Storm Troopers for more info) are stationed on roads, and they stop people who pass by. They'll ask questions and ask for an identification card.
- Docking Bays
Lots of the people at Mos Eisley are starcraft pilots. Mos Eisley welcomes them with Docking Bays set up around the city. These places allow pilots to dock their ships and travel around the city.
 In the Movies
- The Phantom Menace
Qui-Gon Jinn lands on Tatooine and goes to Mos Eisley in search of spaceship parts. He winds up at Watto's shop and meets Anikan Skywalker. Qui-Gon cannot afford the needed spaceship parts, so he has a bet with Watto that Anikan will win the upcoming Pod Race. Watto accepts the bet. Anikan enters into the events and comes out as the winner, beating the past champion Sebulba.
Anikan decides he wants to leave Mos Eisley and go with Qui-Gon on his adventure. His mom allows him to do so after some persuassion. Before the starcraft takes off, Darth Maul attempts to intercept the craft and has a small fight with Qui-Gon.
- Attack of the Clones
Anikan visits Mos Eisley to visit his mother, who he finds out has been captured by Tusken Raiders. Anikan rushes to the Tusken camp and discovers his mom, who soon dies. Furious, Skywalker draws his lightsaber and kills every Tusken in the camp.
- A New Hope
Obi-Wan and Luke Skywalker come to the city in search of a starcraft pilot willing to take them to the planet Alderaan. They have a close encounter at an Imperial Road Stop, but Obi-Wan uses the Force to control the Sandtrooper interrogating him. They eventually enter the Cantina, in which Obi-Wan saves Luke from a near-death encounter. In the establishment, the find Han Solo, who will take them to Alderaan for a price. While getting ready, Han is forced to kill the bounty hunter Greedo. Solo narrowly escapes Imperial forces and takes Obi-Wan and Luke out into space and out of Mos Eisley.
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