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"Saleucami has fallen, and Master Vos has moved his troops to Boz Pity."
Obi-Wan Kenobi[src]

The Siege of Saleucami was one of the final battles of the Clone Wars between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Jedi General Quinlan Vos managed to defeat Separatist forces on the planet, but when he left Stass Allie alone with clone troopers to keep patrolling she was killed due to Order 66.

The siegeEdit

During the Outer Rim Sieges of the Clone Wars, fighting broke out between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems on the planet Saleucami,[2] which had seen prior fighting in the war.[7][8] Eventually, Jedi General Quinlan Vos and his troops were able to defeat the Separatist forces.[2]

AftermathEdit

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The 91st Recon Corps patrols the swamplands after the battle.

Once Saleucami had fallen, Vos moved his forces to Boz Pity, leaving Stass Allie and the 91st Mobile Reconnaissance Corps to mop up the remains of the droid army. However, while patrolling the world's swamplands on speeder bikes with Allie, Clone Commander Neyo received Order 66 from Supreme Chancellor Sheev Palpatine. This caused his genetically implanted control chip to activate, forcing his wingman and him to open fire on Allie, killing her.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Siege of Saleumcami was first referenced in Star Wars canon in Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith.[2] Within the Star Wars Legends continuity, the events surrounding the battle were expanded upon in Star Wars: Republic: Siege of Saleucami, the eighteenth story arc of Dark Horse Comics' Star Wars: Republic series.[9]

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Clone Wars
Galactic timeline

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Next: Early rebellion against the Galactic Empire · Jedi Purge · Ryloth insurgency

Battles of the Clone Wars
22 BBY Geonosis (I) · Antar 4 · Republic transport · Christophsis (I) · Teth (I) · Jabba's Palace (I) · Ziro's palace · Aargonar · Ryloth · Rugosa · Malevolence campaign (Abregado · Ryndellia system · Kaliida Nebula (I) · Kaliida Nebula (II)) · Mimban · Rishi moon · Bothawui · Outer corridor · Skytop Station · Rodia (I) · Tranquility · Vassek 3 · Vanqor (I) · Florrum (I) · Quell · Maridun · Orto Plutonia
21 BBY Nuvo Vindi's laboratory · Iego · Felucia (I) · Jedi Temple (I) · Devaron (I) · Glee Anselm · Rodia (II) · Naboo (I) · Black Stall Station · Mustafar (I) · Felucia medical station · Malastare · Cato Neimoidia (I) · Murkhana · Dorin · Geonosis (II) · Dantooine · TB-73 · Capture of Eeth Koth · Saleucami (I) · Republic cruiser · Coronet · Plot to assassinate Satine Kryze · Kamino · Pantora · Coruscant bombing · Confederate people
20 BBY Sullust · Devaron (II) · Toydaria · Capture of Even Piell · Lola Sayu · Felucia (II) · Mon Cala · Naboo (II) · Patitite Pattuna · Rescue of Adi Gallia · Umbara · Kiros · Zygerria · Theed · Onderon
Obi-Wan Kenobi's fleet · Florrum (III) · Unidentified planet · Aut-O's flagship · Abafar · Carida
19 BBY
(Outer Rim Sieges)
Cato Neimoidia (II) · Ringo Vinda · Scipio · Oba Diah · Moraband · Utapau (I) · Anaxes · Skako Minor · Mahranee · Raxus · Vizsla Keep 09 · Rescue of Quinlan Vos · Separatist storage base · Vanqor (III) · Christophsis (II) · Jedi Temple (IV) · Kardoa · Mygeeto (I) · Lokori · Geonosis (III) · Mandalore · Coruscant · Saleucami (II) · Kashyyyk · Utapau (II) · Mygeeto (II) · Felucia (IV) · Cato Neimoidia (III) · Kaller · Mustafar (III)
Others Agamar · Arkax Station · Bray · Grange · Haruun Kal · Hissrich · Horain · Hypori · Khorm · Merj · Mokivj · Nal Kapok · Oktaro · Sedratis · Slag's Pit · Unidentified planet · Unidentified sector · Vallt
Related topics and articles
Galactic Republic · Jedi Order · Sith · Confederacy of Independent Systems

Galactic Empire · Alderaan · Confederate–Republic peace initiative
Sundari (II) · Carida · Toydaria · Ilum

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