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this species of space-going arachnids is capable of exisiting in hard vacuum. Their exoskeletons contain the necessary proteins to protect them from decompression when traveling among the stars. Their homeworld's name and location are well-kept secrets. However, individuals can be found floating in the gaps between planets, most notably the middle-man Kud'ar Mub'at. Each assembler is comprised of a primary intelligence node and the web it controls. Each node can create subnodes from its own neural fibers, and can use them for a number of facilities. A subnode which outlives its usefulness can be re-ingested by the assembler, and the physical and genetic material can be reused. In this way, assemblers tends to be quite possessive, and will reuse anything they find to augment their webs. Each intelligent primary node is also quite jealous of its own intelligence, and will strive to keeps its subnodes form becoming too intelligent. Successive generations of assemblers often grow from these subnodes, whoever, and the strongest subnode will often consume its creator, continuing the line. Any assembler which dies, but is not consumed, can be brought back to life by the application of power and data mixed in the correct proportion. This allowed Boba Fett to re-animate Kud'ar Mub'at in order to determine Neelah's identity.
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