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"You're not living on Rhelg anymore. How long before you let go of the past?"
―Yaru Korsin, to Seelah Korsin[4]

Rhelg was one of the only agricultural worlds[3] in the Sith Worlds region of the Outer Rim Territories' Esstran sector.[1] Falling between Khar Delba and the Sith homeworld of Korriban on the looping Nache Bhelfia hyperlane,[2] Rhelg was considered one of the five sacred Sith planets, along with Ziost, Khar Delba, Krayiss II, and Korriban.[2][5] A primitive[6] world covered in vast expanses of arable land,[3] Rhelg was the private world of the Sith Lord Ludo Kressh[6] as well as the site of his palace[4] during the Great Hyperspace War.[6]

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Behind the scenes[]

Rhelg made its first appearance in the fourth issue of The Golden Age of the Sith story arc of the Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi series of comic books.[7] The issue was published on January 8, 1997, and was written by Kevin J. Anderson and penciled by Dario Carrasco, Jr.[8] The 2009 reference book The Essential Atlas placed the planet in grid square R-5.[2]



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