- "Anyway, this sector blockade—it's made moving goods a real pain. Even getting off Burnin Konn means more authorization checks than it used to."
- ―"Happy" Dapp
Burnin Konn was a planet in the Anoat sector that served as a mining colony for chromium and other ores. The surface was almost entirely uninhabitable, with the planet's population being contained to areas like the Konn-Nevos Spaceport, Longstar Marketplace, and the Carbon Score Cantina. Imperial Governor Ubrik Adelhard's Iron Blockade of the Anoat sector forced the citizenry of Burnin Konn to resort to acquiring much-needed goods from local crime bosses. Three months after the Battle of Endor, Burnin Konn was one of dozens of worlds targeted by the remnants of the Empire.
Description[edit | edit source]
Although it originally had a flora of its own, Burnin Konn had become a mostly uninhabitable and entirely inhospitable wasteland by the time of the Galactic Civil War. Its rocky surface was replete with deep crags containing ore-rich deposits, and was constantly buffeted by deadly winds charged with clouds of carbon dust.
History[edit | edit source]
A planet devoid of native sentient lifeforms, Burnin Konn was settled several centuries before the Galactic Civil War as a mining colony for chromium, dolovite, and other rare ores. In time, it became one of the four Mining Worlds of the Anoat sector. Eventually, chromium and dolovite mining operations ended up destroying the planet's indigenous flora, transforming Burnin Konn into a nearly uninhabitable wasteland.
Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
In the Star Wars canon, Burnin Konn first appeared in the 2015 mobile game Star Wars: Uprising. In the Star Wars Legends continuity, Burnin Konn was first mentioned in Galactic Gazetteer: Hoth and the Greater Javin, a 2004 supplement for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- "Laina"—From a Certain Point of View (Mentioned only)
- Age of Rebellion - Lando Calrissian 1
- Doctor Aphra 6 (Mentioned only)
- Bounty Hunters 1
- Star Wars: Uprising (First appearance)
- Shattered Empire 4 (Mentioned only)