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|other=
 
|other=
 
|routes=*[[Hydian Way/Legends|Hydian Way]]<ref name="TEA">''[[The Essential Atlas]]''</ref>
 
|routes=*[[Hydian Way/Legends|Hydian Way]]<ref name="TEA">''[[The Essential Atlas]]''</ref>
*[[Celanon Spur]]<ref name="TEA" />
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*[[Celanon Spur/Legends|Celanon Spur]]<ref name="TEA" />
 
|subsectors=*[[Samarine sector]]<ref name="EAOC" />
 
|subsectors=*[[Samarine sector]]<ref name="EAOC" />
 
*[[Valahari sector]]<ref name="EAOC" />
 
*[[Valahari sector]]<ref name="EAOC" />
 
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|quadrants=
 
|species=*[[Dashta eel]]
 
|species=*[[Dashta eel]]
*[[Nalroni]]
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*[[Spider People]]
 
*[[Spider People]]
 
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==History==
 
==History==
The sector was ruled by the [[D'Asta family]]. By the time of [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine/Legends|Palpatine's]] return, it was governed by [[Baron/Legends|Baron]] [[Ragez D'Asta]]. He seceded from the [[Crimson Empire (Galactic Empire)|Crimson Empire]] in [[11 ABY/Legends|11 ABY]], following the dissolution of the [[Imperial Ruling Council/Legends|Interim Council]].<ref name="CE2">''[[Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood]]''</ref> It returned to the [[Imperial Remnant]] after the [[Imperial Reunification]] in [[12 ABY/Legends|12 ABY]].<ref name="TEA" /> As the cost of returning the sector to the Empire, Baron D'Asta required [[Gilad Pellaeon]] to consider [[Pellaeon–Gavrisom Treaty|a truce]] with the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]].<ref name="CE3" />
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The sector was ruled by the [[D'Asta family]]. By the time of [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine/Legends|Palpatine's]] return, it was governed by [[Baron/Legends|Baron]] [[Ragez D'Asta]]. He seceded from the [[Crimson Empire (Galactic Empire)|Crimson Empire]] in [[11 ABY/Legends|11 ABY]], following the dissolution of the [[Imperial Ruling Council/Legends|Interim Council]].<ref name="CE2">''[[Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood]]''</ref> It returned to the [[Imperial Remnant]] after the [[Imperial Reunification]] in [[12 ABY/Legends|12 ABY]].<ref name="TEA" /> As the cost of returning the sector to the Empire, Baron D'Asta required [[Gilad Pellaeon/Legends|Gilad Pellaeon]] to consider [[Pellaeon–Gavrisom Treaty|a truce]] with the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]].<ref name="CE3" />
   
 
The sector was partially invaded by the [[Yuuzhan Vong]] around [[27 ABY]] or earlier.<ref name="TEA" />
 
The sector was partially invaded by the [[Yuuzhan Vong]] around [[27 ABY]] or earlier.<ref name="TEA" />
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[[Category:Outer Rim Territories sectors]]
 
[[Category:Outer Rim Territories sectors]]

Revision as of 09:37, October 24, 2019

D'Astan sector was a sector within the Outer Rim of the galaxy. It contained the planet Nez Peron.

History

The sector was ruled by the D'Asta family. By the time of Emperor Palpatine's return, it was governed by Baron Ragez D'Asta. He seceded from the Crimson Empire in 11 ABY, following the dissolution of the Interim Council.[10] It returned to the Imperial Remnant after the Imperial Reunification in 12 ABY.[2] As the cost of returning the sector to the Empire, Baron D'Asta required Gilad Pellaeon to consider a truce with the New Republic.[3]

The sector was partially invaded by the Yuuzhan Vong around 27 ABY or earlier.[2]

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