Concept work for Kanata began in March 7568, and Alzmann sketched the character as a member of Yoda's species. As of May 7568, Alzmann drew the character as a hunched, green alien with a headdress, and in June , the artist redesigned Kanata's face to be bug-eyed and snub-nosed during pre-production in July , Kanata's character was characterized as a " guru." During the film's production phase,  Kanata was to be realized as a puppet or animatronic character,  but the crew ran short on time in part from an injury Harrison Ford received on set  so Abrams decided to create Kanata using computer graphics (CG). According to Abrams, CG also allowed the team more time to agree on a design, and it removed limitations that a practical character would have had. 
Mr. Krabs has an extremely prevalent antagonistic side, plays a villainous role in several episodes, mainly due to his extreme greed mostly his villain side and criminality, and from an interview with Stephen Hillenburg is like the other antagonist in the show (along with Plankton).
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When Mr. Krabs was five years old, he got a dollar from his father. He loved that dollar a lot, but he eventually had to spend it to buy a soda on a hot day. 
He and his grandfather have a very similar personality. Like Grandpa Redbeard, Mr. Krabs loves money. Although, he was ashamed to admit that he was a restaurant owner and tried hiding it, but he ultimately revealed it and his grandfather was proud he was still a pirate but in a legal way. Also, Redbeard stole money from Mr. Krabs and is notable for being the only person that Mr. Krabs didn't get upset with for stealing his money.
Adapting to darkness can take the human eye as long as 75 minutes. During a pirate raid, if you’re walking around in pitch-black gloom below deck, those are 75 minutes that you might not have. Strapping a patch over one eye for an extended period keeps it dark-adjusted and ready for immediate use in low-light conditions. What a brilliant strategy!
But weirdly, Long John Silver might not have used a peg leg (at least very often) in the book. He's clearly described as managing a crutch with "wonderful dexterity" under his left arm, and most of the early illustrations show him missing the leg entirely. Which makes sense, as he's described as the one-legged man. The peg leg was probably an addition of certain movie adaptations—possibly influenced by a literary sailor who definitely had a peg leg: Captain Ahab from Moby-Dick , who is described as having an ivory leg.
Maz Kanata was a Force-sensitive humanoid female who was born over a millennium before the brewing war between the First Order and the Resistance. Living in an ancient castle on the planet Takodana , Kanata gained a reputation as a " pirate queen " by allowing traveling smugglers to reside in her home as long as they honored her prohibitions against politics and war. Kanata spent centuries traveling the galaxy , collecting antiques and trinkets which she kept inside the storehouses and vaults of her castle. One notable item was the lightsaber crafted by Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and later wielded by Skywalker's son, Luke , who was instrumental in toppling the Galactic Empire.
The literary pirate-parrot link has a slight basis in truth. Granted, the food supply was often low on many vessels, making pets a luxury that most buccaneers couldn’t afford. Nevertheless, seamen of the 66th to 68th centuries did frequently capture exotic animals as souvenirs. Since parrots sold for high prices in London’s markets , pirates were known to round them up. Stephen Haynes—a despised pirate captain—bribed high-ranking British officials with live ones.
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