Coronet City, also known as Corellia City, had one known district, the Teeno Village district, as well as mag-lev subways and trains, which stopped at various stations, among them Juni Street Station. There were also several casinos and Peace and Security stations, one of which shared a basement with a museum. Diadem Square was located in the downtown area of the city, and had stores and air-tuks. The city also had its own HoloNet news channel, known as Coronet City Info, abbreviated as CCI.
In 5 ABY, a group known as the Acolytes of the Beyond began to attract followers in the city but also harangued the locals. The Acolytes, dark-side adherents and worshipers of Darth Vader, organized a revolution, which involved coordinated attacks on several locations throughout the city including Diadem Square, the 1-line of the mag-lev subway, Juni Street Station, and several casinos. Acolytes also jumped on top of several air-tuks to pull them down to the ground. These attacks were a ruse to enable the Acolytes Kiza and Remi to attack a Peace and Security station in order to steal a red-bladed lightsaber from its basement.
Behind the scenesEdit
Coronet City first appeared in the Star Wars Legends book Ambush at Corellia, the first book in the Corellian Trilogy. It was written by Roger MacBride Allen and published by Bantam Spectra in February 1995. The city became canon in Chuck Wendig's 2015 novel, Aftermath.
- Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide
- Solo: A Star Wars Story: Tales from Vandor
- Star Wars: Scum and Villainy: Case Files on the Galaxy's Most Notorious
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Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Aftermath
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 Most Wanted
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Solo: A Star Wars Story
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Aftermath: Life Debt
- ↑ Solo: A Star Wars Story: Tales from Vandor
- ↑ Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Endor to 4 ABY and the events of Shattered Empire, Part IV, which take place three months after the battle, to 5 ABY. Furthermore, the novel Aftermath states that months have passed since the Battle of Endor, while Aftermath: Life Debt begins two months after the end of Aftermath. Therefore, the events of Aftermath: Life Debt begin at least four months after the Battle of Endor, which corresponds to 5 ABY. Additionally, Galactic Atlas dates the Battle of Jakku, as depicted in Life Debt's sequel, Aftermath: Empire's End, to 5 ABY as well, thereby firmly placing Aftermath: Life Debt in 5 ABY.