- "This is Bogano. A Jedi I knew discovered it before the Purge. You won't find it on any maps."
- ―Cere Junda
Bogano was a grassy planet which was largely unexplored during the time of the Imperial Era and couldn't be found on any maps. Its surface was covered in mesas and wetlands. The planet was home to a great Vault built by the ancient Zeffo civilization. Bogano was important to the Zeffo due the presence of the Binog, a large creature important to Zeffo art and culture. Another reason for the Vault's location was theorized by Eno Cordova to be because of the light electromagnetic winds, although in much smaller conditions than Zeffo. At least one Zeffo Colony was located on Bogano likely as a pilgrimage site. The Vault hid away a holocron containing a list of Force-sensitive children in the galaxy, which was placed there by Jedi Master Eno Cordova. In 14 BBY, Cal Kestis was sent to the planet by Cere Junda to unlock the secrets of the Vault in hopes of rebuilding the Jedi Order.
Cal eventually returned to the planet and used the Astrium, that he had acquired from Dathomir, to unlock the Bogano Vault. He was followed by the Second Sister who stole the holocron and escaped. Several squads of stormtroopers were defeated by Cal on the planet, meaning that the Galactic Empire had found Bogano.
Description[edit | edit source]
Bogano was a generally uninhabited world, and its nature was in turn relatively untouched. The world was primarily comprised of flat, grassy plains, broken up by massive ravines and sinkholes, with water-filled caves beneath the thin surface layer.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
When visiting Bogano, you could see a large object in the sky, it could be Bogano's moon, or Bogano is the moon, or another planet.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Sources[edit | edit source]
- (First mentioned)