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{{Youmay|Quadanium steel|[[Steel (disambiguation)|another use of the term]] or the similarly named [[Quadranium/Legends|Quadranium]]}}
[[File:DSturbolaser-TSWA.jpg|right|thumb|180px|A [[Taim & Bak]] [[XX-9 heavy turbolaser]] protected by quadanium steel plates.]]
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[[File:DSturbolaser-TSWA.jpg|right|thumb|180px|A [[Taim & Bak/Legends|Taim & Bak]] [[XX-9 heavy turbolaser]] protected by quadanium steel plates.]]
   
'''Quadanium steel''' or '''Quadanium alloy''' was an extremely durable metallic substance. The surface of the [[DS-1 Orbital Battle Station|first]] and [[Death Star II|second Death Star]]s were made of quadanium steel. The planet [[Despayre]] was and source of quadanium for the construction of the first Death Star.
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'''Quadanium steel''' or '''Quadanium alloy''' was an extremely durable metallic substance. The surface of the [[DS-1 Orbital Battle Station/Legends|first]] and [[Death Star II/Legends|second Death Stars]] were made of quadanium steel. The planet [[Despayre]] was a source of quadanium for the construction of the first Death Star. In addition, during the construction of the first Death Star, there were also proposals for a completely encased Quadanium steel-laden [[Hull/Legends|hull]] or a partial construction of Quadanium steel for the hull of the battlestation. Quadanium was a registered trademark within the Empire. The [[TIE/LN starfighter]] and all of its descedents were also made out of Quadanium steel.
Quadanium was a registered trademark within the Empire. The [[TIE/ln starfighter]] and all of its descedents were also made out of Quadanium steel.
 
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*''[[A Death Star Is Born]]'' {{Ncm}}
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*{{Tales|4|A Death Star Is Born}} {{Ncm}}
 
*''[[Death Star Designer]]''
 
*''[[Death Star Designer]]''
*''[[Death Star (novel)|Death Star]]''
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*[[Death Star (novel)|''Death Star'']]
*''[[Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope]]'' {{1st}}
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*[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'': Episode IV ''A New Hope'']] {{1st}}
*''[[X-wing: Rogue Squadron]]''
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*[[Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi|''Star Wars'': Episode VI ''Return of the Jedi'']]
*''[[X-wing: Wedge's Gamble]]''
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*''[[X-Wing: Rogue Squadron]]''
*''[[X-wing: The Bacta War]]''
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*''[[X-Wing: Wedge's Gamble]]''
*''[[X-wing: Isard's Revenge]]''
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*''[[X-Wing: The Bacta War]]''
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*''[[X-Wing: Isard's Revenge]]''
 
*''[[I, Jedi]]''
 
*''[[I, Jedi]]''
*''[[Ascension]]''
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*''[[Fate of the Jedi: Ascension]]''
   
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*''[[X-wing: The Official Strategy Guide]]''
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*<!-- 1991 -->''[[Death Star Technical Companion]]''
*''[[The Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels]]''
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*<!-- 1993 -->[[Death Star Technical Companion (Second Edition)|''Death Star Technical Companion'', Second Edition]]
*''[[Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Trilogy]]''
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*<!-- 1993/06 -->''[[X-Wing: The Official Strategy Guide]]''
*''[[Star Wars: The Official Starships & Vehicles Collection 9]]''
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*<!-- 1994 -->''[[Star Wars Screen Entertainment]]''
*''[[Legacy Era Campaign Guide]]''
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*<!-- 1996/03/19 -->''[[The Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels]]''
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*<!-- 1998/12 -->''[[Star Wars: Rogue Squadron: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide]]''
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*<!-- 2001/11 -->''[[Star Wars: Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide]]''
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*{{FFCite|7|TIE2, ''TIE Fighter''}}
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*<!-- 2003/06/11 -->{{FFCite|76|DEA17-18, ''Death Star - Exterior''}}
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*<!-- 2004/08/01 -->''[[Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Trilogy]]''
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*<!-- 2005/10/17 -->[[Star Wars: Complete Locations (2005)|''Star Wars: Complete Locations'']]
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*<!-- 2008/12/09 -->''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
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*<!-- 2009/01/07 -->''[[Star Wars: The Official Starships & Vehicles Collection 9]]''
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*<!-- 2009/03/17 -->''[[Legacy Era Campaign Guide]]''
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*<!-- 2013/11/05 -->''[[Death Star Owner's Technical Manual]]''
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*''[[Star Wars: Imperial Handbook: A Commander's Guide]]''
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*''[[Strongholds of Resistance]]''
   
 
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|ru=Кваданиевая сталь
 
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A Taim & Bak XX-9 heavy turbolaser protected by quadanium steel plates.

Quadanium steel or Quadanium alloy was an extremely durable metallic substance. The surface of the first and second Death Stars were made of quadanium steel. The planet Despayre was a source of quadanium for the construction of the first Death Star. In addition, during the construction of the first Death Star, there were also proposals for a completely encased Quadanium steel-laden hull or a partial construction of Quadanium steel for the hull of the battlestation. Quadanium was a registered trademark within the Empire. The TIE/LN starfighter and all of its descedents were also made out of Quadanium steel.

AppearancesEdit

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