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"If I wrote my own guide, I'd only share it with people who knew their stuff. Completing 5 Sisar Runs = basic access. 3 Kessel Runs = advanced access."
―Platt Okeefe considers writing her own guide to smuggling[src]

The Sisar Run was a hyperspace route. The smuggler Platt Okeefe mentioned the route while writing about the possibility of creating her own guide for smugglers in the book known as the Smuggler's Guide[1] at some point prior to 3 ABY.[2] She stated she would require readers of the theoretical guide to have completed five Sisar Runs to gain basic access to the guide, with advanced access requiring three Kessel Runs.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

In the new Star Wars canon, the Sisar Run was first mentioned in the 2018 reference book Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide, which was written by Daniel Wallace.[1] It was created for the Star Wars Legends continuity, where it was first mentioned in the 1995 Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game supplement Alliance Intelligence Reports, which was released by West End Games.[3]

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide
  2. The entry in Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide written by Platt Okeefe is placed chronologically prior to an entry with writing from L3-37. Solo: A Star Wars Story depicts L3-37's destruction on the planet Kessel, and Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide dates the events on Kessel in the film to nine years after the proclamation of the New Order. As Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the proclamation to 19 BBY, L3-37's destruction must occur in 10 BBY; therefore, her entry in the guide and those chronologically before it must all occur by 10 BBY.
  3. Alliance Intelligence Reports
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