|“||I'm Morley. I could help you. We've got everything here. I can get you what you want. For the right amount of course.||„|
|~ Morley to Savage Opress.|
Morley is a minor antagonist in Season 4 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. He is a male Anacondan native to Lotho Minor who lived during the Clone Wars. Morley helped provide the former Sith Lord Darth Maul with food in his exile in return for the "leftovers".
He was voiced by Ben Diskin.
Morley was an Anacondan male native to the harsh Outer Rim world of Lotho Minor where he served as a scavanger on the world. Sometime after the Battle of Naboo, Maul fled to Lotho Minor where Morley would help lure in unsuspecting beings to be killed by Maul so he can eat the "leftovers" of their bodies. He did this for an unspecified amount of time, but presumably it was for a long period of time. By 20 BBY Savage Opress, the brother of Darth Maul, traveled to the harsh hellish world in search of his brother and encountered Morley who said that he would help the Zabrak warrior.
While traveling across the world, they were ambushed by Junkers and Morley hid while Savage delt with them personally. After the skirmish, the two of them hid in a hut to avoid being scorched by the planet's acidic rain. While in the hut, Morley betrayed Savage by knocking down a peace of metal and had him fall to Maul's location so he could eat his "leftovers". Maul however didn't eat Savage and when Morley came down to check up on him, he was horrified to see Savage alive who quickly killed Morley by strangling him and threw his corpse out of rage before Savage left with Maul.
- In "The Wrath of Darth Maul", Morley's role and death are presented much differently than in Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series. In this story, Morley does not double-cross Savage and leads him into the cave where Maul resides. Maul regards Morley as a scavenger and that he should have kept his distance from him, then leaps down on top of him from the ceiling of the cavern and crushes him to death with his mechanical apparatus. A retcon for these conflicting events may not even be possible. According to the trivia gallery for "Brothers", this was actually originally scripted in the episode, but was changed to Opress killing him in revenge.
- Morley's animation and mouth movement were intended to be a homage to creatures being animated as hand puppets back when films were first being developed.