Z-95 Headhunter

Content approaching. Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars: The Rebel Files, Alphabet Squadron, Shadow Fall, Victory's Price, Chapter 15: The Believer, Emperor Palpatine, Star Wars: The Secrets of the Sith, Star Wars: The Rise and Fall of the Galactic Empire–class.

Parts of this article are no longer up to date.

Please update the article to include missing information, and remove this template when finished.

"Operation: Cinder is to begin at once. Resistance. Rebellion. Defiance. These are concepts that cannot be allowed to persist. You are but one of many tools by which these ideas shall be burned away. "
―A posthumous message from Emperor Palpatine, to a select group of Imperial officers[8]

Operation: Cinder was the codename for the orbital bombardment campaign devised by Galactic Emperor Darth Sidious, who sought to punish the Galactic Empire for failing to prevent his death. Following the Emperor's demise during the Galactic Civil War in the Battle of Endor in 4 ABY, his posthumous instructions were relayed to loyal Imperial officers by sentinel messenger droids. They targeted various planets across the galaxy, no matter if they were loyal Imperial planets or in open revolution: targets included Burnin Konn, Candovant, Abednedo, Commenor, and Nacronis, as well as Vardos, a world known for its loyalty to the Empire, and the Emperor's homeworld of Naboo. Although Naboo was saved during the Battle of Theed, Vardos was devastated by satellites that ravaged its ecological balance. Operation: Cinder was the first part in the Emperor's Contingency; the Empire was to be rebuilt in the Unknown Regions while Sidious was secretly revived on Exegol.

The plan was undermined by Grand Admiral Rae Sloane, who killed the Emperor's protégé, Fleet Admiral Gallius Rax during the Battle of Jakku in 5 ABY. The widespread destruction caused by Operation: Cinder also resulted in Iden Versio and Del MeekoImperial Special Forces commandos of Inferno Squaddefecting to the New Republic Defense Force. Despite these setbacks, the Contingency succeeded in ensuring the Empire's revival as the First Order, a military junta determined to recapture the Imperial legacy by ending the New Republic Era.


"If an Empire cannot protect its Emperor then that Empire must be deemed a failure. It collapses not only because its central figure is gone, but because it must not be allowed to remain!"
―Emperor Palpatine to Gallius Rax[13]

Emperor Sheev Palpatine, ruler of the Galactic Empire and secret Dark Lord of the Sith, believed that if he was to ever perish unexpectedly then the Empire did not deserve to live beyond him. He likened it to the strategy game of Shah-tezh, in which the role of each game piece was to protect an Imperator. If the Imperator was to fall, then the surviving game pieces had failed and the game was over, as the others did not deserve to carry on. As a result of that belief, he entrusted Gallius Rax, who knew Palpatine since Rax was a small child before rising to the rank of Fleet Admiral in the Imperial Navy, with carrying out a Contingency plan that called for the annihilation of the Empire and its enemies. The Contingency also further called for the Empire's rebirth, however, by allowing a select group of Imperial survivors to regroup in the Unknown Regions where they would rebuild the Empire.[13] It was also hoped Operation: Cinder would spread fear[12] and remind the galaxy it was the Empire that controlled all,[8] convincing the galaxy against joining a rebel-led government.[12]

Sentinel BFII

Emperor Palpatine left posthumous orders, to be delivered by sentinels, to carry out the Contingency.

Targets of Operation: Cinder would include both loyal Imperial planets and worlds that defied the Empire.[9] While another aim of the operation was to destroy sensitive information and other possible liabilities before they could fall into enemy hands,[14] important planets,[12] planets with great resource wealth, and planets that had long since faded from influence were all targeted alike.[9] As, in practice, only the loyal would follow Palpatine's wishes during Operation: Cinder[8] while subsequent tactics in the Contingency would cut away whomever was too weak for Rax,[13] the Contingency would ensure that only the most ruthless of the Empire remained to reforge the regime[15] in the Unknown Regions.[13] Although Palpatine had, in secret, designs to ensure his return to life via his Sith Eternal followers on the hidden world of Exegol,[15] Operation: Cinder represented the whims of a man who sought to control the galaxy, even in death.[12] Still, his return to life and subsequent actions would ensure the Imperial regime that arose after the Contingency remained under his control.[16]

At some point after the Rebel Alliance had set up base on Yavin 4 and prior to their rescue mission to Wobani, the Rebel Alliance Intelligence Service intercepted an Imperial transmission concerning Operation: Cinder. According to Capin Harinar's report to Airen Cracken, it was determined that the project was based around some sort of climate disruption array. Harinar postulated that if power levels similar to Project Celestial Power were to be applied, the weapon could trigger planetary heatwaves and boil oceans, essentially acting as a planet killer.[17]

In 4 ABY,[18] Emperor Palpatine was believed to have been killed by Darth Vader during the Battle of Endor, leaving the Sith extinct.[19] The Contingency was activated soon after. As part of the plan, several worlds were targeted for destruction through an orbital bombardment campaign that was code named Operation: Cinder.[20] Messenger droids were sent to select Imperial officers to relay the last orders of the Emperor—to begin Operation: Cinder at once.[8]

The Operation[]

"Operation: Cinder is the last command of our Emperor, and the first step in securing our future."
―Admiral Garrick Versio to his daughter, Commander Iden Versio[8]

Target: Vardos[]

Acquiring satellites at Fondor[]

"Now more than ever, power is the only path to peace. Admiral Versio will cleanse the galaxy, Commander; To remind them who is truly in control."
―Moff Derrek Raythe to Commander Iden Versio — (audio) Listen (file info)[8]

After the Battle of Endor, Iden Versio, Commander of the Imperial Special Forces commando unit Inferno Squad, was summoned by her father, Admiral Garrick Versio, aboard the Eviscerator in orbit of Vardos to receive her next orders. She received her orders via a Messenger droid carrying the Emperor's last command, though she was suspicious of what Operation: Cinder entailed. Inferno was sent to an Imperial shipyard above Fondor to provide security for Moff Derrek Raythe, who was procuring and transporting satellites that were crucial to Operation: Cinder, although Inferno was not informed of the target of the satellites. During this time, the Rebel Alliance attempted an assault on the Dauntless, but their MC80 Star Cruiser flagship was ultimately destroyed by Inferno.[8]

After climate-disruption arrays were deployed to planets in Operation: Cinder, elite units of TIE series craft—including[12] the 204th Imperial Fighter Wing, otherwise known[9] as Shadow Wing—were deployed to ensure all below was ruined.[12] Other tactics would see use in Operation: Cinder, including the deployment of the Imperial Navy[14] and Imperial Army.[11]

Deployment of the satellites and Inferno Squad's defection[]

"The Emperor commands it. We will purge this planet and others. Fear shall spread, and the galaxy will remember who is in control."
―Admiral Garrick Versio rationalizing Operation: Cinder to his daughter, Iden[8]

After securing Raythe's satellites and destroying the Emperor's Observatory on Pillio, Iden and Inferno Squad returned to Vardos, an Imperial haven and the homeworld of the Versio family. Upon arrival, they noticed the experimental satellites they had protected at Fondor deployed in the planet's upper atmosphere along with the Dauntless itself, the flagship of Raythe. Now aware of their target, Iden confronted her father aboard the Eviscerator, furious that their own homeworld was a target of Operation: Cinder despite its loyalty to the Empire. In response, Admiral Versio stated in his point of view of Operation: Cinder that, for the greater good of the Empire, Vardos and other worlds had to be sacrificed so that the utter fear and brutality would prove beyond a doubt to the galaxy that the Empire was still in charge. Garrick then ordered for the satellites to be activated, spawning massive electrical storm systems within minutes. Whilst the storm systems laid waste to the planet surface, anti-air batteries shot down any non-Imperial ships attempting to leave in order to contain them on Vardos.[8]

Iden and Inferno Squad were ordered by Garrick to extract Protectorate Gleb alone from the planet and bring the Aqualish to him. However, at the Archive in Kestro City, Iden and Del Meeko attempted to bring along other civilians with them to transport them off world. Agent Gideon Hask, refusing to disobey Garrick's command, attempted to prevent this from happening, but was unable to stop the civilians from fleeing to the Corvus. Iden claimed that the Empire's job was to protect civilians from things like Operation: Cinder; Hask responded that this was the "new Empire," prompting Meeko to state that he sought no part in this "new Empire" and would follow the orders of his commanding officer, Iden. When Hask refused to lower his blaster and aimed it at Iden, she shot him first in his leg. Hask returned alone to Garrick with Gleb and a Rodian while Iden and Del escaped aboard the Corvus with their crew, jumping into hyperspace to the Outer Rim Territories. There, they decided to formally surrender themselves to the Rebel Alliance.[8]

Target: Naboo[]

"By order of the Emperor, Naboo is to be scoured."
―Captain Lerr Duvat[2]

Not long after the Battle of Endor, Captain Lerr Duvat of the Star Destroyer Torment was approached by a Messenger droid, which relayed the Emperor's final command: to begin Operation: Cinder at once. Twenty days after the Battle of Endor, Duvat's Star Destroyer was relocated to Naboo and launched satellites in orbit to form a climate disruption array. The array was used to create massive hurricanes and electrical storms across the planet. By the time the array's power reached twenty percent efficiency, three class-five hurricanes were already formed—with another dozen forming.[2] As fires, flooding, and chaos ripped across the surface of the planet, Lieutenant Shara Bey of the Alliance to Restore the Republic—who accompanied Princess Leia Organa to Naboo, where Organa rallied the support of Queen Sosha Soruna in establishing the New Republic—realized that satellites had to be behind the phenomenon. The only means Naboo had of fighting back was to scramble starfighters to destroy the satellites.[4]

SWBF2 Battle of Naboo Space

The Alliance arrives over Naboo to stop Operation: Cinder

Bey was placed in command of the mission, with Organa and Soruna accompanying her. The Emperor demilitarized Naboo many years earlier, but a few N-1 starfighters remained in storage from the Battle of Naboo decades earlier. Once in orbit, Bey destroyed a number of the satellites while Organa and Soruna dealt with TIE fighters dispatched from the Torment. The three pilots were outgunned against seventy-two TIE fighters and were nearly killed until General Lando Calrissian arrived with a Rebel fleet,[4] along with Danger Squadron, whose newest members were Iden and Meeko, former Imperial commandos who provided key intel to the Alliance about Operation: Cinder.[8] The Alliance had also gathered intelligence of Operation: Cinder during a raid at an Imperial Security Bureau complex at the Wretch of Tayron, allowing them to move their forces to Naboo in time to help save the planet.[4]

Though Danger Squadron was able to destroy the satellites and cripple the Star Destroyer in orbit of Naboo, surviving Imperial forces, following standard protocol, evacuated to the nearest safe haven: Theed, the capital city of Naboo. There, Danger Leader Shriv Suurgav, Iden, and Meeko met up with Organa, who covered Meeko as he repaired Theed's defenses. Once rebel forces were inside the royal palace, the defense system was activated, sending an ionic disruption across the city that disabled all blasters and starfighters, forcing the remaining Imperials to surrender. Afterwards, Organa confronted Iden and Meeko over the damage that they had done to the Alliance in the past. Iden apologized on behalf of them, and wished to continue to fight with the Alliance in order to continue the fight against Operation: Cinder and the new Empire. Organa complimented them on being images of hope for the galaxy, and formally welcomed them to the New Republic, which Inferno Squad was integrated into.[8]

Target: Burnin Konn[]

"Burnin Konn? That was a hard day. I had to make many unpleasant decisions."
"Yes, you did. Entire city gone in moments, along with everybody in it. We lost our whole division that day. Man, that was like five, ten thousand people."
"Yep. All heroes of the Empire."
"Yeah. And all dead."
―Valin Hess and Migs Mayfeld[11]

In the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, Burnin Konn was locked down by Governor Ubrik Adelhard in an Iron Blockade that promulgated propaganda claiming that reports of the Emperor's death were in fact lies. As a result, Burnin Konn's underworld operatives had begun to foster their own uprising against the Empire, seeking alliances with other worlds affected by the blockade.[3] Around three months after the Battle of Endor,[5] the Empire sent Valin Hess and at least one division to carry out the operation on the planet. During their attack, one of the cities attempted to resist, coming in the form of civilians who sought to defend their homes. In response, Valin Hess ordered the city to be wiped out, an action which caused the loss of many civilians and his entire division, the latter of which numbered somewhere between 5,000 to 10,000, a staggering loss carried out within moments. Among the attack's survivors were a sniper named Migs Mayfeld and Hess himself.[11]

More targets[]

"Your efforts in combating Operation: Cinder have been instrumental in saving countless innocent lives. That said, as much as Admiral Ackbar and I wish we could tell you the end is at hand…we see no respite from hostilities at this time…"
―General Crix Madine, to New Republic soldiers[5]

Three months after the Battle of Endor, the Empire continued to carry out Operation: Cinder on countless worlds. A dozen other worlds were targeted or still being targeted, including Burnin Konn, Candovant, Abednedo, Commenor,[5] Nacronis, and Senthrodys, which endured the shattering of its crust.[9] The Republic was able to determine the purpose of many of these attacks, though they found that the Empire's motivations behind others were less clear. Nonetheless, Republic forces were able to save untold numbers of civilians as a result of combating the Imperial operation. Despite that, it would still be many months until the war came to an end, with Admiral Gial Ackbar and General Crix Madine seeing no end to hostilities with the Empire in the short-term.[5]


"Palpatine's greatest weapon was terror. He reveled in the knowledge of Naboo's fear. That he could and would destroy all of this beauty the moment it suited him…just as he did Alderaan."
―Leia Organa[2]
Battle of Jakku chaos

The Battle of Jakku marked the final phase of the Contingency.

Naboo was targeted by the Empire again during the Invasions of Naboo in an attempt to wipe out New Republic forces on the planet, but the Republic was able to thwart these attacks[21] as they had done with Operation: Cinder.[8] The final phase of the Contingency was ultimately carried out in 5 ABY, as New Republic forces attacked the Empire, assembled on Jakku by Counselor Gallius Rax, during the Battle of Jakku. Using the power of ancient Sith artifacts buried in the surface, Rax sought to carry out the final part of Palpatine's Contingency by corrupting the planet's core and life essence with the dark side, thus destroying the desert planet and wiping out both the Imperial and Republic forces, crippling both sides. The Contingency was thwarted, however, by Grand Admiral Rae Sloane, who further sought revenge against Rax after he removed her from power. She killed Rax, though in his dying breaths, he urged Sloane to regroup with select Imperial officers and loyalists in the Unknown Regions and begin the Empire anew.[13]

Sloane's actions undermined Operation: Cinder. Nevertheless, by taking Rax's place as leader of the Imperials who escaped into the Unknown Regions, she became part of the foundation of the First Order. As a result, the Emperor's Contingency proceeded according to his plan to return to power.[20]

The Republic emerged victorious during the battle and signed the Galactic Concordance with the Empire's Grand Vizier, Mas Amedda, bringing an end to the Galactic Civil War. However, in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy, Sloane, Brendol Hux, and other Imperial loyalists formed the First Order,[13] seeking to one day reclaim the Imperial legacy as they plotted their return to power.[22]

On Morak in 9 ABY, Valin Hess would offer a toast to Operation: Cinder with Din Djarin and Migs Mayfeld, who were both undercover, unbeknownst to Hess, infiltrating the Imperial base. He noted that the rhydonium Mayfeld and Djarin had brought in would actually help the Imperial Remnants carry out operations even bigger than that of Operation: Cinder. Mayfeld, having fostered regret and misgivings about his role in Operation: Cinder decided to shoot and kill his former superior then and there, which forced him and Djarin to fight their way out of the base and eventually leading Mayfeld to decide to detonate their rescued batch of rhydonium causing a chain reaction of explosions that brought forth significant damage to the base.[11]

Decades after the implementation of Operation: Cinder, the bombardment campaign's effects continued to be felt. Kestro on Vardos frequently rained with atmospheric ash at the start of the First Order-Resistance War.[8]

Behind the scenes[]

Operation: Cinder first appeared in the second issue of the Marvel comic book series Star Wars: Shattered Empire, written by Greg Rucka,[2] and released on October 7, 2015.[23]

When asked, Star Wars: Uprising writer Alexander Freed affirmed that there was a good chance that they would have showed the video game addressing the events of Operation: Cinder eventually had it not been cancelled when it did.[24]



Notes and references[]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 Victory's Price
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 Shattered Empire 2
  3. 3.0 3.1 Star Wars: Uprising
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 Shattered Empire 3
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 Shattered Empire 4
  6. Star Wars: Timelines
  7. Operation: Cinder had ended by the time of the Mission to Morak, which took place in "Chapter 15: The Believer." The mission to Morak, took place in 9 ABY per the reasoning here, therefore Operation: Cinder must have ended before 9 ABY
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 8.16 8.17 8.18 8.19 8.20 8.21 8.22 8.23 8.24 8.25 Star Wars Battlefront II
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 Alphabet Squadron
  10. 10.0 10.1 AltayaCite "Emperor Palpatine" — Star Wars Encyclopedia
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 The-Mandalorian-logo The Mandalorian — "Chapter 15: The Believer"
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 SWInsider "After Endor" — Star Wars Insider 222
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Aftermath: Empire's End
  14. 14.0 14.1 StarWars Star Wars Inside Intel: Palpatine's Contingency Plan on StarWars.com (article) (backup link)
  15. 15.0 15.1 Star Wars: Battles that Changed the Galaxy
  16. Star Wars: The Secrets of the Sith
  17. Star Wars: The Rebel Files
  18. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas
  19. Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi
  20. 20.0 20.1 The Star Wars Book
  21. Lost Stars
  22. StarWars-DatabankII The First Order in the Databank (backup link)
  23. PreviewsWorldLogo JOURNEY STAR WARS FASE #2 (OF 4) on the official Previews World website (backup link)
  24. TwitterLogo Alexander Freed (@@AlexanderMFreed) on Twitter: "I love Uprising! I can't say a whole lot about plans for unreleased content, unfortunately. Good chance we'd have tied into the Cinder mention eventually, but it wasn't a huge element we were building toward. Was very sad Chapter 3 never came out... some of my favorite stuff." (backup link)Alexander Freed talks about Operation Cinder's connection with Uprising.

Galactic Civil War
(4 BBY5 ABY)
Galactic timeline

Previous: Early rebellion against the Galactic Empire

Concurrent: Campaigns of Saw Gerrera's Partisans · Great Jedi Purge · Jedha insurgency · Mandalorian Civil War · Ryloth Insurgency · Virgillian civil war · Border skirmishes with the New Separatist Union

Next: Quest to find Ezra Bridger · Search for the Phylanx Redux Transmitter

Battles of the Galactic Civil War
4 BBY Mustafar (I) · Arkanis (I) · Quila · Imperial shield generators
Siege of Lothal (Lothal (I) · Phoenix Squadron (I)) · Seelos · Absanz · Ibaar · Thrad · Imvur · Garel (I) · Interdictor
3 BBY Phoenix Squadron (II) · Calderos Station · Onoam · Christophsis · Paucris Major · Garel (II) · Lothal Depot · Concord Dawn (I) · Concord Dawn (II) · Lira San · Ryloth (I) · Geonosis (I) · Horizon Base · Phoenix Squadron (III)
2 BBY Naraka · Lothal campaign (Yarma · Ryloth (II) · Mykapo · Imperial Armory Complex · Chopper Base · Chimaera · Archeon Nebula · Atollon) · Teralov · Montross · Agamar · Concord Dawn (III) · Konkiv · Geonosis (II) · Krownest · Killun Station
c. 2 BBY to 1 BBY Cianap
1 BBY Mustafar (II) · Jalindi · Faos Station · Lothal campaign (Lothal (II) · Lothal (III)Lothal (IV)Lothal (V)Lothal (VI)) · Crucival · Ring of Kafrene · Wobani · Operation Fracture (Jedha (I) · Eadu) · Scarif
0 BBY Tatooine (I) · The Disaster · Fostar Haven · Death Star · Yavin · Operation Mad Rush (Vir Aphshire)
0 ABY Taanab · Yavin 4 (II) · Operation Mad Rush (Vir Aphshire) · Alderaan survivors · Cyrkon · Andelm IV · Llanic · Rodia · Denon · Daalang system · Giju · Tertiary Usaita system · Devaron · Hradreek · Tatooine (III) · Operations on Tatooine (Atom Edge · Imperial Listening Station · Tatooine (IV) · Empire Shuttle Yard · Secret Base · Reinforcement Facility · Imperial Garrison · Fort Ironhead) · Dandoran · Kuat (I) · Imdaar · Cymoon 1 · Tatooine (II) · Skorii-Lei (II) · Monsua Nebula · Nar Shaddaa · Vrogas Vas · Grumwall · Sunspot Prison · Harbinger · Ghost Moon · Tureen VII · Ocean planet · Coruscant (I)
(Mid Rim Offensive)
Tibrin · Prison transport vessel · Akiva (I) · Star Destroyer · Ord Tiddell · Horox III · Jedha (III) · Mon Cala (I) (Mon Cala (II)) · Mako-Ta · Lucrehulk Prime · Hivebase-1 · Nebulon-B frigate · Pirate station · Accresker Jail
(Mid Rim Offensive)
Hubin (Approximate date) · Novka (Approximate date) · Shu-Torun (Approximate date) · K43 (Approximate date) · Lanz Carpo (Approximate date) · Sergia (Approximate date)
(Mid Rim Retreat)
Haidoral Prime · Kontahr sector · Coyerti (Imperial scout post · Imperial fort · Distillery · Imperial garrison) · Bestine IV · Metatessu sector · Enrivi system · Chonsetta system · Redhurne system · Trumpet's Call · Rebel flotilla · Hoth (I) · Cloud City (I) · Cloud City (II) · Malastare (I) · Rendezvous Point Delta-Three · Sixth Division · Cloud City (III) · Tempes · Elessia · Operation Starlight (Imperial Museum · Felucia · Ab Dalis) · Operation Ringbreaker (Mardona III · Najan-Rovi · Obumubo · Nakadia (I) · Naator · Xagobah (I) · Kuliquo belt · Inyusu Tor) · Blacktar Cyst · Mek'tradi · Trenchenovu · Rebel cell · Jekara system · Plot to assassinate Darth Vader
4 ABY Kudo system · Rebel convoy · Hudalla · Operation Yellow Moon · Platform M36 · Invincible Faith · Mordal · Endor (I) · Hosnian system · Sullust · Durkteel · Coruscant (III) · Endor (III) · Cawa City · Operation: Cinder (Fondor (I) · Naboo (I) · Nacronis · Abednedo (I)) · Tayron · Iron Blockade (Anoat (I) · The Crypt · Mataou (I) · Hoth (II) · Anoat (II) · Mataou (II) · Anoat (III)) · Malastare (II) · Jendorn · Jiruus · Oridol Cluster · Harrikos system · Abednedo (II) · Haldeen sector · Hunt for Shadow Wing (Pandem Nai) · Akiva (II) · Naalol · Geonosis (III) · Uyter · Sevarcos · Akiva (III) · Vetine · Var-Shaa · Bormea · Yavin Prime · Victorum · Hosnian Prime · Desevro · Esseles · Zavian Abyss · Remitik · Mon Cala (III) · Gorse · Onderon · Nadiri (I) · Ringali Nebula · Nadiri (II) · Galitan
5 ABY Iron Blockade (Cloud City (IV)) · Jarbanov · Edict · Parozha VII · Cerberon system (Verzan · Troithe (I) · Catadra · Cerberon · Troithe (II)) · Takodana · Hyborean Moon · Vorlag · Wild Space · Nag Ubdur (Govneh Ridge · Binjai-Tin) · Arkanis (II) · Kuat (II) · Kashyyyk · Chandrila (I) · Chinook Station · Sullust (II) · Naboo (II) · Fondor (II)
Nythlide Array · Xagobah (II) · Operation: Cinder (Dybbron III · Kortatka · Chadawa) · Hunt for Shadow Wing (Deliverance · Ciaox Verith
Red Yars · Yadeez (I) · Yadeez (II) · Ghonoath · G'Tep'Noi · Chadawa · Netalych)

Nevarro · Coruscant (IV) · Jakku
Other Allst Prime · Bamayar · Bar'leth · Beroq 4 · Bogano · Candor · Castilon · Chargona · Cilpar system · Crait · Criigo · Coruscant (II) · Derra · Distilon · Garel (III) · Garel (IV) · Garel (V) · Garel (VI) · Gorma · Heist · Iakar (II) · Kuat (III) · Kudo · Mennar-Daye · Corellian Sector · Nakadia (II) · New Valis · Ord Biniir · Outer Rim · Phorsa Gedd · Polis Massa · Operation Starlight (Panisia) · Perimako Major · Polaar · Primtara · Rand Ecliptic · Rebel Alliance · Rebel base · Rebel fleet · Red Planet · Rekkana · Skorii-Lei (I) · Space · Taris · Turkana · Valo system · Vulpter · Mission to reveal the Death Star II · Wecacoe · Xorrn
Related topics and articles
Galactic Empire · Hutt Clan · Jedi · Rebel Alliance · Sith · New Republic · Death Star · Death Star II · Declaration of the Rebel Alliance · Jedha (II) · Imperial Senate · Yavin 4 (I) · Endor (II) · Liberation Day · Contingency · Chandrila (II) · Galactic Concordance · Imperial Instruments of Surrender

External links[]