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Roganda Ismaren was an individual whose name was carved on the wall of a safehouse on the planet Mapuzo that was part of the Hidden Path, a network of safe houses that smuggled Force-sensitives and Jedi, safe from the Galactic Empire and to the planet Jabiim to get new identities and be protected. Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi saw their name among others on the wall when he and Leia Organa were smuggled in by Tala Durith.[1] The same name was carved into a wall at the Path's base on Jabiim.[2]

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Roganda Ismaren in the Star Wars Legends continuity

In the current Star Wars canon, Roganda Ismaren was introduced in "Part III" of Obi-Wan Kenobi, released on June 1, 2022.[1] In Star Wars Legends, Roganda Ismaren first apppeared in Children of the Jedi, a 1995 novel by Barbara Hambly.[3]



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