- "Still, the thought of 10,000 credits for just one tresher egg, delivered to a certain biologist on Deminol, seemed like a good deal at the time."
- ―Extract from a confession by Fendel Ramison following his arrest by Tinallis authorities
Deminol was a terrestrial world located in the Deminol system of the Juvex sector, a part of the Senex-Juvex region in the Western Reaches portion of the Mid Rim. The Senex-Juvex Loop hyperlane linked it to the Anstares and Ossiathora systems.
Deminol was a bustling spaceport world, one of the busiest in the Juvex sector, and, like the rest of the Senex-Juvex worlds, was under the control of the region's aristocratic Ancient Houses. It housed several universities, which were attended by students from all of the Senex-Juvex Houses.
During the reign of the Galactic Empire, a biologist on Deminol recruited Fendel Ramison to retrieve a single egg of the tresher, a species of avians native to the planet Tinallis, and deliver it to her. Ramison's attempt was ultimately unsuccessful, and he was arrested by the authorities on Tinallis for the violation of planetary conservation laws. In his confession, Ramison mentioned the biologist on Deminol.
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Deminol was first mentioned in "The Ride Of A Lifetime," a short companion narrative authored by Rick D. Stuart and included in the 1994 sourcebook Creatures of the Galaxy, published by West End Games for Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game. The 2009 reference book The Essential Atlas placed the world in grid square L-17.