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"You live on this disgusting planet?"
Bella to Nym[src]

Lok was a barren, dusty planet in the Outer Rim Territories. Sulfur pools, lifeless rivers, and volcanoes were commonly found on the planet.

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Pre-Clone Wars[edit | edit source]

An anomaly on the planet Lok was the mysterious "Great Maze of Lok", a square maze with several entrances and a small oasis in the middle. Settlers on the planet had no idea when it was built or why.

Landscape of Lok

Nym lived on Lok as a child. He was a warlord during years leading up to the Clone Wars and founded a pirate group known as the Lok Revenants. They attacked ships coming and leaving the planet until Nym declared war against the Trade Federation, which later occupied the planet.[4]

Clone Wars[edit | edit source]

After ten years, in 22 BBY, the Lok Revenants reclaimed the planet.

Galactic Civil War[edit | edit source]

The Galactic Empire established an outpost there, as part of their plan to extend their control over less developed worlds. In 1 ABY, this was commanded by General Otto.[3]

Post-Galactic Civil War[edit | edit source]

Around 137 ABY, Lok was home to a cantina called Brogar's Safe House which served as a safe-house for various fugitives. It was there that Cade Skywalker captured gambler Naxy Screeger and Jedi Hosk Trey'lis.

Lok was also the home of the Kimogila creature.

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Flag of Lok

Lok is the Thai word for world.

In the 2003 massively multiplayer online role-playing game Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided, three moons could be seen from the surface of Lok. With the release of the Jump to Lightspeed expansion pack in 2004, the three moons could yet again be seen from space. This is in contradiction with the Legacy Era Campaign Guide released in 2009, which claims Lok only had two moons. As the Campaign Guide is the more recent source regarding the number of Lok's moons, this article assumes that it is Legends canon, and that the appearance of a third moon in Star Wars Galaxies is erroneous.

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