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During the Clone Wars, the Confederacy of Independent Systems established a droid factory on the planet of Mokivj. This factory used to be another factory, for manufacturing material, until the Separatists arrived and changed it. The facility would be managed by Duke Solha. The purpose of this secret-like factory was making fully armored cortosis battle droids. The project, the factory was kept secret due to the cortosis blocking lightsabers.[1]

The cortosis came from a nearby set up mine, for several months, B1 battle droids, and B2 super battle droids were made.[1]

Duja, a former handmaiden of Senator Padmé Amidala, uncovered the Separatist's operation which ultimately resulted in her death. Before her death, however, she was able to get a message about her discovery to Amidala, who proceeded to look into the matter.[1]

HistoryEdit

When Count Dooku, Head of State of the Confederacy of Independent Systems received vital information from an unknown source, this information contained a rare metal that blocked lightsabers, the primary weapon of the Jedi.[1]

With this information, and the known location, Dooku dispatched one of his best Dukes, Solha. Solha would be dispatched as well as his brother and sister. All three of them would oversee operations on Mokivj.[1]

When they arrived, They used an old factory on the planet. It would be redone into a droid factory. They would also have a nearby mine were the metal came from.[1]

Defensive SystemsEdit

Although it was an older factory,vulture droids were docked within the walls of the factory, and could be deployed as security for the sky.[1]

B1 battle droids and B2 super battle droids served as security within the factory.[1]

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Behind the scenesEdit

The Mokivj droid factory first appeared in the 2018 novel Thrawn: Alliances by Timothy Zahn.[1]

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