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The Corellian Trade Spine was first established around [[25,000 BBY]] as a spur of the [[Corellian Run/Legends|Corellian Run]], however it was not completed until [[5500 BBY]].<ref name="TEA" /> It was built incrementally over the centuries. Most of the outer spine beyond Yag'Dhul was relatively new, with parts having been opened only within the last few centuries [[Galactic Standard Calendar|BBY]] by [[Ecclessis Figg/Legends|Ecclessis Figg]]. During the [[Clone Wars/Legends|Clone Wars]] it was subjected to [[Confederacy of Independent Systems/Legends|Separatist]] raids from Devaron and during the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]] it was raided by [[Nym]]'s [[Pirate/Legends|pirates]], originating from [[Lok/Legends|Lok]].
 
The Corellian Trade Spine was first established around [[25,000 BBY]] as a spur of the [[Corellian Run/Legends|Corellian Run]], however it was not completed until [[5500 BBY]].<ref name="TEA" /> It was built incrementally over the centuries. Most of the outer spine beyond Yag'Dhul was relatively new, with parts having been opened only within the last few centuries [[Galactic Standard Calendar|BBY]] by [[Ecclessis Figg/Legends|Ecclessis Figg]]. During the [[Clone Wars/Legends|Clone Wars]] it was subjected to [[Confederacy of Independent Systems/Legends|Separatist]] raids from Devaron and during the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|Galactic Civil War]] it was raided by [[Nym]]'s [[Pirate/Legends|pirates]], originating from [[Lok/Legends|Lok]].
   
After the [[Battle of Endor]], Imperial officer turned Warlord [[Inos Fonada]] would use the Spine to send his accumulated fleet of vessels to [[Byss]] during the [[Thrawn Crisis]].
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After the [[Battle of Endor/Legends|Battle of Endor]], Imperial officer turned Warlord [[Inos Fonada]] would use the Spine to send his accumulated fleet of vessels to [[Byss/Legends|Byss]] during the [[Thrawn campaign|Thrawn Crisis]].
   
 
==Systems==
 
==Systems==
 
*[[Corellian system]]
 
*[[Corellian system]]
 
*[[Devaron Space]]
 
*[[Devaron Space]]
*[[Bestine system]]
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*[[Bestine system/Legends|Bestine system]]
 
*[[Yag'Dhul system]]
 
*[[Yag'Dhul system]]
 
*[[Thaereian system]]<ref>''[[Over Thaere]]''</ref>
 
*[[Thaereian system]]<ref>''[[Over Thaere]]''</ref>
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==Sources==
 
==Sources==
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*''[[Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin]]''
 
*''[[Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin]]''
 
*''[[The Last Command Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[The Last Command Sourcebook]]''
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*''[[The Jedi Academy Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[The Jedi Academy Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''
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*[[Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back (Second Edition)|''Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back'', Second Edition]]
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*''[[Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded]]''
 
*{{GamerCite|4|The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Advozsec}}
 
*{{GamerCite|4|The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life: The Advozsec}}
 
*''[[Living Force Campaign Guide]]''
 
*''[[Living Force Campaign Guide]]''
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*{{Hyperspace|url=fans/hyperspace/source/nagai11202009/index.html|text=The Forgotten War: The Nagai and the Tofs|int=The Forgotten War: The Nagai and the Tofs}}
 
*{{Hyperspace|url=fans/hyperspace/source/nagai11202009/index.html|text=The Forgotten War: The Nagai and the Tofs|int=The Forgotten War: The Nagai and the Tofs}}
 
*''[[Millennium Falcon Owner's Workshop Manual]]''
 
*''[[Millennium Falcon Owner's Workshop Manual]]''
*{{DB|character|lumiya|Lumiya}}
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*{{DB|character|lumiya|Lumiya|archivedate=20110818073245}}
 
*''[[The Essential Guide to Warfare]]''
 
*''[[The Essential Guide to Warfare]]''
*''[[Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Core Rulebook]]''
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*[[Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Core Rulebook|''Star Wars: Edge of the Empire'' Core Rulebook]]
 
*''[[Suns of Fortune]]''
 
*''[[Suns of Fortune]]''
 
*''[[Fly Casual]]''
 
*''[[Fly Casual]]''

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The Corellian Trade Spine was a major trade route. It began at Corellia and headed towards the edge of the galaxy, in the direction of Duro. It passed Devaron and Bestine IV before intersecting the Rimma Trade Route at Yag'Dhul. As it continued it passed through the Greater Javin region of space (which contains the Ison Corridor) before intersecting the Hydian Way and exiting into open inter-galactic space.

History

The Corellian Trade Spine was first established around 25,000 BBY as a spur of the Corellian Run, however it was not completed until 5500 BBY.[1] It was built incrementally over the centuries. Most of the outer spine beyond Yag'Dhul was relatively new, with parts having been opened only within the last few centuries BBY by Ecclessis Figg. During the Clone Wars it was subjected to Separatist raids from Devaron and during the Galactic Civil War it was raided by Nym's pirates, originating from Lok.

After the Battle of Endor, Imperial officer turned Warlord Inos Fonada would use the Spine to send his accumulated fleet of vessels to Byss during the Thrawn Crisis.

Systems

Appearances

Sources

Notes and references

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