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Numidian Prime was a jungle planet on the edge of the galaxy's Mid Rim, known for being a haven for smugglers and thieves, such as the bounty hunter Shenda Mol, who operated a stronghold on the planet. During the Imperial Era, Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian on Numidian Prime.

DescriptionEdit

Located on the edge of[3] the galaxy's Mid Rim,[1] Numidian Prime was a warm and beautiful jungle planet,[3] though it also had swamp terrain.[5] The terrestrial planet had a breathable atmosphere, and was inhabited by species of birds.[2]

HistoryEdit

During the time of the Galactic Republic, the bounty hunter Shenda Mol had a stronghold and several followers on Numidian Prime. The Jedi Dooku and Qui-Gon Jinn, as part of a strike team, tracked her to the stronghold, apprehending both Mol and her followers and imprisoning her on the planet Stygeon Prime.[5]

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The Millennium Falcon leaves Numidian Prime.

The card game sabacc had a set of rules based on Numidian Prime, and the gambler Lando Calrissian once held a winning hand according to them.[1] Calrissian also won a disabler device playing a game of cards on Numidian Prime.[6] Following a skirmish on Savareen, Han Solo and Chewbacca traveled to the planet, where Solo won the Millennium Falcon from Calrissian in a game of sabacc.[2]

InhabitantsEdit

Criminals who were trying to avoid outstanding debts were known to hide on Numidian Prime.[3] The Falleen bounty hunter Shenda Mol resided on the planet, and had a number of followers there.[5]

LocationsEdit

A jungle outpost was located on the planet,[4] along with the stronghold of Shenda Mol, which was situated in a stony valley within Numidian Prime's jungles.[5]

Behind the scenesEdit

Numidian Prime first appeared in Solo: A Star Wars Story, a 2018 theatrical film part of the Star Wars Anthology Series.[2] The name "Numidian Prime" appeared for the first time in the reference book Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide, written by Pablo Hidalgo,[1] but it was not connected to the planet seen in Solo until the release of the novelization, Solo: A Star Wars Story: Expanded Edition, written by Mur Lafferty,[4] along with the junior novelization, written by Joe Schreiber,[7] and the Databank entry on StarWars.com.[3]

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