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"It appears, given our preliminary surveys, that Palpatine had spent years, either before or after his 'death' at Endor, gathering up relics from worlds that had previously been thought to be myths like Moraband (or Korriban as it is referred to in Sith texts) and Dromund Kaas."
―Beaumont Kin, The Rise and Fall of the Galactic Empire[1]

Dromund Kaas was a world that, along with Moraband, was once believed to be a myth. During his reign as the Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Sidious was believed by historian Beaumont Kin to have visited this world in search of Sith relics, based upon findings made by the Exegol Excavation Project following the Battle of Exegol and the collapse of the Final Order.[1]

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In the current Star Wars canon, Dromund Kaas was mentioned in the 2024 reference book Star Wars: The Rise and Fall of the Galactic Empire, which was written by Dr. Chris Kempshall.[1] The world originated in the Star Wars Legends continuity, where it first appeared in Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, the 1998 expansion to[2] the 1997 video game Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II.[3] The planet's name was spelt as "Drommund Kaas" in the expansion[2] but later appeared as "Dromund Kaas" in the 2011 massively multiplayer roleplaying game Star Wars: The Old Republic.[4]

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