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"Buy used, never new unless you know a good mechanic."
―Okeefe's description of the Surronian L19 heavy freighter in the Smuggler's Guide[1]

The Surronian L19 heavy freighter was a class of transport. The smuggler Platt Okeefe suggested that pilots never buy a new L19 freighter unless they had the services of a good mechanic in her addendum added[1] between 19 BBY and 10 BBY[2] to the Smuggler's Guide, a journal written by Maz Kanata,[1] owner of Takodana Castle.[3]

Behind the scenes[]

The Surronian L19 heavy freighter was first mentioned in the new Star Wars canon in Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide, a replica journal written by Daniel Wallace and published in 2018.[1] In the Star Wars Legends continuity, they were created in West End Games' roleplaying game in "Smugglers of the Outer Rim," an article written by Doug Shuler and published in the fifth issue of the Star Wars Adventure Journal magazine in February 1995.[4]

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Notes and references[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide
  2. The section in Star Wars: Smuggler's Guide written by Platt Okeefe is placed chronologically prior to an entry where Lando Calrissian still owns the freighter Millennium Falcon and after entries describing the Galactic Empire. Solo: A Star Wars Story depicts Calrissian losing the Millennium Falcon to Han Solo, and Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide dates the film to nine years after the proclamation of the New Order and the start of the Galactic Empire. As Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the proclamation to 19 BBY, the transfer of the starship must occur in 10 BBY, and so Okeefe's entry in the guide and those chronologically before it must all be set prior to or during 10 BBY and after 19 BBY.
  3. Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
  4. SWAJsmall.jpg "Smugglers of the Outer Rim" – Star Wars Adventure Journal 5
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