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Raada was a remote farming moon in the Outer Rim. The planet was orignally controlled by farmers, but the Galactic Empire eventually used the planet as a source of nutrient rich plants to be used in rations.

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Raada was very remote, even by Outer Rim standards and only housed one major settlement on the moon. Only the area around the settlement was arable and had fields to harvest the crops. The rest of the moon was rocky hills filled with caves.[1]

The settlement only housed a few hundred farmers with several dozen work crews. The colony was originally maintained by the Overseers, but they were bought off or intimidated by Imperials and left the moon.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

The former Padawan Ahsoka Tano worked as a mechanic under the name of "Ashla" one year after the end of the Clone Wars. Shortly after her arrival, Imperial forces arrived on the moon in order to grow a crop used in military nutritional supplements. Imperial bureaucrat Jenneth Pilar chose Raada for this because, due to its remoteness and small population, the moon was essentially expendable. The crop leeched nutrients out of the soil, leaving it useless for further farming without fertilizer, which the Empire did not provide.[1]

This, coupled with the oppressive conditions the Imperials enforced, led to a growing resistance on the moon. After a disastrous attack on the Imperial base, Ahsoka was forced to leave. She returned many weeks later, having organized the evacuation of the moon's population with the help of Bail Organa's forces. During the ensuing battle, rebel A-wing pilots destroyed the Imperial crops.[1]

The Raadan evacuees were initially housed in a refugee camp on Alderaan. Years later, Miara Larte, who had since joined the Rebellion, returned to the moon and found it still uninhabited.[2]

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Raada first appeared in E. K. Johnston's 2016 novel Ahsoka. In "By Whatever Sun", a short story co-written by Johnston and Ashley Eckstein for the anthology From a Certain Point of View, Raada is incorrectly referred to as a planet, instead of a moon.

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