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"Hmm... these maps show outside incursions into Hutt Space from some unknown force. Fifteen in all... they lost a lot of ground."
―Captain Hardin[src]

During the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the Dread Host—Imperial forces under the control of the Sith Lords known as the Dread Masters—launched a series of attacks on Hutt Space. Through the Force, the Dread Masters caused events such as a panicked mass exodus from Sriluur and the destruction of entire fleets over Cyborrea with a Force illusion. Additionally, their warships captured or destroyed a total of fifteen planets—including the world that housed the favorite holiday estate of Karagga the Unyielding, the Hutt Cartel's Supreme Mogul. As a result, the Cartel launched their own attacks on Republic and Imperial space to regain their lost territory.[2]

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  1. Star Wars: The Old Republic, pre-"Game Update 1.1" content
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 SWTOR mini.png Star Wars: The Old Republic—Operation: "Karagga's Palace"
  3. According to SWTOR mini.png Forums: Dear Story Team, What Year Are We Currently In? on The Old Republic's official website (backup link), the events depicted in post-launch Game Updates released in 2012 can be placed in 3639 BBY. Therefore, the events of Game Update 1.1: Rise of the Rakghouls, which was released in 2012, can be placed in 3639 BBY.
Galactic War
(3642 BBY3636 BBY)
Galactic timeline

Previous: Cold War
(36533642 BBY)

Next: Revolt against the Eternal Empire
(3632 BBY–c. 3630 BBY)

Conflicts of the Galactic War
3642 BBY Balmorra · Taris · Taral V · Maelstrom · Dorin's Sky · Foundry
Quesh · Hoth · Hunt for the Sith Emperor · Plan Zero · Gauntlet
3641 BBY Emperor's ritual crisis · Darth Baras's coup · Hunt for the Children
Rakton campaign
: Operation Talon · A-77 · Belsavis · First Corellia
Rabaan · Javelin · Valiant · Dromund Kaas · Kalandis Seven
Unknown Regions naval operations
3640 BBY Ilum · First Leritor · Second Leritor · Boranall
Operation End Game:
First Ziost · Ruan · Reaver Station · Duro
3639 BBY Hutt Space · Neutral systems · Nal Hutta
Second Corellia · Denova · Asation
Operation Clean Sweep · Operation Foe-Smasher
New Cov · Bimmiel · Far Cradle · Regnant Station · Kabal Station
Ardis Outpost · Hypori · Lorta
3638 BBY Makeb · Kalsunor · Kamar · CZ-198
Dread Masters crisis:
Arcanum · Ilum · Darvannis · Oricon
36373636 BBY Kuat · Celanon
Revanite crisis: Tython/Korriban · Manaan · Lehon · Rishi · Yavin 4 · Second Ziost
Eternal Empire raids: Korriban · Eternal Fleet · Zakuul
Eternal Empire conquest
Related conflicts Directive 7 · Hunt for the Star Cabal · Kaggath · Tion Hegemony
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Galactic Republic · Jedi Order · Sith Empire · New Empire · Dread Masters · Hutt Cartel
Dark Council · Jedi Council · Republic Military · Imperial Military · SIS · Havoc Squad · Mandalorians
Sith Emperor · Imperial Guard · Dorian Janarus · Leontyne Saresh · Satele Shan · Rans
Jace Malcom · Marcus Trant · Hero of Tython · Empire's Wrath · Darth Malgus · Rycus Kilran
Revan · Ilyan Regus · Arkos Rakton · Star Cabal · Children of the Emperor · Kephess
Harridax Kirill · Voidhound · Ascendant Spear · Order of Revan · Eternal Empire · Zakuul · Arcann
Valkorion · "Outlander"
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