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"So, we're going to Nevarro?"
"Have you ever been?"
"No. We lost a lot of our forces there. The city's dug in pretty deep. No cover when you drop in. It stayed in Empire control 'till the end of the war."
―Carasynthia Dune and Din Djarin — Quote-audio Listen (file info)[src]

At some point between 0 BBY and 5 ABY,[2] a battle took place on[1] the planet[3] Nevarro during the Galactic Civil War. In the battle, Rebel Alliance forces landed on the planet's surface and fought with forces of the Galactic Empire, making their way to the planet's city. Due to the city being located deep within the terrain of Nevarro, which provided no viable cover, the rebels suffered heavy casualties. This allowed the Empire to retain control of the planet until the end of the war[1] in 5 ABY,[2] though an Imperial remnant operated on Nevarro after the war's end.[1] Around 9 ABY,[4] the Mandalorian Din Djarin asked the former rebel shock trooper Carasynthia Dune if she had ever been to Nevarro while the two were travelling to the planet. Dune detailed the history of the battle while revealing she had never visited the planet before.[1]

Behind the scenes

The battle on Nevarro was mentioned in "Chapter 7: The Reckoning," the seventh episode of Jon Favreau's 2019 Disney+ live-action series The Mandalorian.[1] The episode aired on December 18, 2019.[5]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Template:The Mandalorian
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the start and end of the Galactic Civil War to the years 0 BBY and 5 ABY, respectively. As the battle on Nevarro is established to have taken place during the war, it must have taken place between these years.
  3. Template:The Mandalorian
  4. SWCustom-2011 SWCC 2019: 9 Things We Learned from The Mandalorian Panel on StarWars.com (backup link) establishes that The Mandalorian is set about five years after the events of Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, which Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates to 4 ABY. Therefore, the events of the series' "Chapter 7: The Reckoning," including Din Djarin and Carasynthia Dune's journey to Nevarro, must have taken place around 9 ABY.
  5. The Mandalorian Media Kit (PDF). Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International p. 1. The Walt Disney Company (2019-09-24). Archived from the original on February 3, 2020. Retrieved on February 10, 2020.


Galactic Civil War
(0 BBY5 ABY)
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Battles of the Galactic Civil War
0 BBY Scarif · Tatooine (I) · Operation Mad Rush (Vir Aphshire) · Death Star · Yavin
0 ABY Taanab · Yavin 4 · Alderaan survivors · Cyrkon · Llanic · Rodia · Denon · Giju · Tertiary Usaita system · Devaron · Tibrin · Kuat (I) · Imdaar · Cymoon 1 · Tatooine (II) · Monsua Nebula · Nar Shaddaa · Vrogas Vas · Coruscant (I) · Sunspot Prison · Ghost Moon · Harbinger · Tureen VII · Skorii-Lei (II) · Grakkus · C-3PO · Ocean planet · Akiva (I) · Horox III · Hera Syndulla · Hivebase-1
1 ABY
(Mid Rim Retreat)
Crait · Mako-Ta · Hubin · Novka · Phorsa Gedd · Bamayar
3 ABY
(Mid Rim Retreat)
Haidoral Prime · Kontahr sector · Coyerti (Imperial scout post · Imperial fort · Distillery · Imperial garrison) · Metatessu sector · Enrivi system · Chonsetta system · Redhurne system · Bestine IV · Rebel flotilla · Hoth (I) · Cloud City (I) · Cloud City (II) · Malastare (I) · Rendezvous Point Delta-Three · Sixth Division · Operation Ringbreaker (Mardona III · Najan-Rovi · Obumubo · Nakadia (I) · Naator · Xagobah · Kuliquo belt · Inyusu Tor)
4 ABY Rebel convoy · Hudalla · Operation Yellow Moon · Platform M36 · Invincible Faith · Mordal · Endor (I) · Sullust · Durkteel · Coruscant · Endor (II) · Beltire · Cawa City · Operation: Cinder (Fondor (I) · Naboo (I) · Nacronis · Abednedo (I)) · Tayron · Iron Blockade (Cloud City · Anoat (I) · The Crypt · Mataou · Hoth (II) · Anoat (II)) · Malastare (II) · Jiruus · Oridol Cluster · Abednedo (II) · Haldeen sector · Hunt for Shadow Wing (Pandem Nai) · Akiva (II) · Naalol · Geonosis · Uyter · Sevarcos · Akiva (III)
5 ABY Vetine · Takodana · Hyborean Moon · Vorlag · Wild Space · Nag Ubdur (Govneh Ridge · Binjai-Tin) · Arkanis · Kuat (III) · Kashyyyk · Chandrila (I) · Chinook Station · Sullust (II) · Naboo (II) · Fondor (II) · Jakku
Other Accresker Jail · Beroq 4 · Blacktar Cyst · Candor · Chargona · Gorma · Jedha · K43 · Kiax Nebula · Kuat (II) · Lanz Carpo · Mon Cala · Mek'tradi · Nakadia (II) · Nebulon-B frigate · Nevarro · Pirate station · Primtara · Rebel fleet · Rekkana · Sergia · Shu-Torun · Skorii-Lei (I) · Operations on Tatooine (Atom Edge · Imperial Listening Station · Tatooine (III)) · Thila · Trenchenovu
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