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Alderaan is destroyed by the Death Star

Mundicide was the destruction of a planet or similar celestial object. Various degrees of mundicide occurred throughout history, caused by such things as supernovae, superlasers such as the Galaxy Gun or the Death Stars, gravitational weaponry such as Centerpoint Station, or other superweapons. Some planets, while not completely destroyed, were rendered uninhabitable, such as Caamas and Uphrades. The deliberate destruction of a planet, such as the Destruction of Alderaan, was sometimes comparable to speciecide due to wiping out a significant portion of the planet's population.

Completely destroyed[edit | edit source]

Destroyed by solar expansions, solar explosions, or supernovae[edit | edit source]

Destroyed by weapons, by Yo'gand's Core tactic, or by usage of the Force[edit | edit source]

Centerpoint Station[edit | edit source]

  • Thanta Zilbra18 ABY—Destroyed by Centerpoint Station
    • Thanta Zilbra Moon #1—18 ABY—Destroyed by Centerpoint Station
    • Thanta Zilbra Moon #2—18 ABY—Destroyed by Centerpoint Station
  • Hordon Cal18 ABY—Destroyed by Centerpoint Station

Death Star[edit | edit source]

Galaxy Gun[edit | edit source]

Sith artifacts/the Force[edit | edit source]

Sun Crusher[edit | edit source]

Yo'gand's Core[edit | edit source]

Sernpidal is ravaged via Yo'gand's Core

Other superweapons[edit | edit source]

Conventional weapons[edit | edit source]

Means of destruction unclear[edit | edit source]

Other completely destroyed planets/bodies[edit | edit source]

  • Brath Qella's Moon #1—Between 145 and 140 BBY—Destroyed when it collided with "Brath Qella's Moon #2"
  • Brath Qella's Moon #2—Between 145 and 140 BBY—Destroyed when it collided with "Brath Qella's Moon #1"
  • Peragus II—millennia prior to 3951 BBY—Crust shattered by a fuel-mining explosion; resulting asteroid field later destroyed by the Harbinger in 3951 BBY.
  • Shi'kar homeworld—prior to 22 BBY—Destroyed by a comet before the Clone Wars.

Rendered uninhabitable[edit | edit source]

Bombardment by Jedi, Sith, Imperial, Republic, or other non-Yuuzhan-Vong forces[edit | edit source]

Inadvertent/accidental devastation[edit | edit source]

Vongformed or otherwise affected by the actions of the Yuuzhan Vong[edit | edit source]

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Notes and references[edit | edit source]

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