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"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.…"
―Journal of the Whills[src]

This is a timeline of galactic history—a chronological record of events relevant to the galaxy. This timeline uses galactic standard calendar dates, which are expressed in terms of years before (BBY) and after (ABY) the Battle of Yavin.[1]

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Timeline of galactic history[]

Prehistory (Eons–25,000 BBY)[]

The Wellspring of Life

The Old Republic (c. 25,000 – c. 1000 BBY)[]

Expansionist Period (c. 25,000 BBY)[]

22,000 – 5000 BBY[]

Fall of the Old Republic (c. 5000 – c. 1000 BBY)[]

Battles with the Jedi (c. 5000 BBY)[]

c. 5000 – c. 1000 BBY[]

  • During the fall of the Old Republic (exact chronology undefined)
  • Almost a century before c. 4000 BBY
  • c. 4000 BBY
    • Fleeing civil war on Grizmallt, human refugees make Nabu their new home, discovering the presence of Gungans while settling in. The humans and the Gungans make war against each other in the next few decades before agreeing to live separately. Gungan society had flourished on the world in the preceding millennia after the sudden departure of the Elders, a reptilian sentient civilization that colonized Nabu and waged war against the indigenes. Before the Elders' arrival, the Gungans had lived on Nabu in large nomadic tribes for millennia.[7]
    • Later, the Gungan tribes are united under Boss Gallo and commence the building of Otoh Gunga as their capital city. Meanwhile, the humans, calling themselves "the Naboo," split into warring factions; the Time of Suffering is begun.[7]
    • According to the Qel-Droma Epics, Ossus is devastated by the Cron Supernovae, which were triggered by Naga Sadow.[7]
    • The Four Masters construct the Jedi Temple atop the ruins of the Sith shrine on Coruscant in an attempt to contain and eliminate its power,[13] as well as to take advantage of the area's strength in the Force.[58]
  • c. 3966 BBY
  • c. 3700 BBY
  • 3277 BBY
  • 2320 BBY
    • Taanab is colonized by settlers who introduce transplanted farmstock to the world, transforming it into an agricultural outpost.[66]
  • c. 2082 BBY
    • By this point, the citizens of Begamore had begun to live in peace.[67]
    • By this point, a local corporation had begun their legitimate rule over the Heaven system.[68]
    • The Fire space station is constructed in the Heaven system.[69] It expands over a period of two thousand years, housing millions of permanent residents and becoming an integral transit point between the star system's political and economic centers. Fire eventually becomes famous to the wider galaxy for being a wholly artificial construct.[70]
    • A metal currency, the design of which was based on an ancient item of Heaven system philosophy, is used on Fire. It is eventually phased out in favor of the standard Heaven-earth currency as well as Republic credits later on.[70]
  • Over 2019 BBY; millennia before 19 BBY (exact chronology undefined)[71]
    • The Force vergence Acablas on Auratera comes to be a known destination for Jedi Masters and Sith Lords, with Auratera aligning itself with the Galactic Republic or whichever Sith Empire that controlled the surrounding star systems.[7]
    • Bardotta's Jour-un becomes a trading hub and the planet's major spaceport.[7]
    • The Cron Drift asteroid field is established in the Auril sector, preventing expeditions to the ancient Jedi world of Ossus.[7]
    • Iktotch is incorporated into the Galactic Republic.[7]

      The Republic expands to Iktotch, the Iktotchi homeworld.

    • Weik is colonized by sentients.[7]
  • Between 2022 and 2019 BBY[72]
  • c. 2000 BBY
    • By this point, a sentient species constructs a hypergate that created a wormhole that led between the seams of time and space for their exodus from the wider galaxy.[74]
    • Boothi XII is settled by farmers[75] who lead simple lives and whose architecture of sheds would outlast the Republic's existence.[76]
    • The Jedi code used by the Force wielders on Mortis to draw in Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Ahsoka Tano during the Clone Wars is last used around this time.[77]
    • The Dagoyan Order takes hold of Bardotta after a series of successful and strategic small-scale wars; the once ruling Frangawl Cult goes into hiding.[7]
    • The Arakein Monks set in stone a clock atop Mount Arakeirkos. According to legend, whoever watches each swing of its pendulum for a day will have the lifespan of the universe revealed before their eyes.[78]
  • c. 1000 BBY (exact chronology undefined)[79]

Dark Age (c. 1000 BBY)[]

  • c. 1032 BBY
    • The Jedi-Sith War[84] ends with the Jedi Order and[82] the Galactic Republic[17] victorious.[82]
    • The sole Sith survivor, Darth Bane,[90] creates the Grand Plan—a plot to destroy the Jedi and the Republic from within for the coming of Sith rule over the galaxy[91]—and establishes the[92] Rule of Two,[34] a lineage of Sith who would operate in the shadows, preserving the Sith's vendetta against the Jedi whilst preparing for their own return. Centuries before the Clone Wars, the Rule of Two is revealed to the Jedi Order, though still they presume the Sith's eradication and believe that Bane's plan is ruined with his defeat[92] allegedly at the hands of his apprentice, Darth Zannah, in a duel on the Inner Rim planet Ambria. This pattern is repeated by nearly all Sith thereafter.[93]
    • The Sith Lord becomes the last of his kind to be laid to rest on Moraband's Valley of the Dark Lords.[92]
    • The Sith Wars waged between the Republic and the Sith Empire[94] has ended by this point.[95] The Sith Wars saw the participation of the Jedi Order on the side of the Republic[7] as well as the participation of the Chiss Ascendancy, which encountered multiple alien species before retreating to their borders.[94] The Jedi Cervil the Uncanny had left begind testimonies about lightwhips being effective against the Sith's Forbidden Forms,[96] and Ithorian population of Auratera continues restoring the world to its natural state following the Sith Wars.[7]

Republic Era (c. 1000–19 BBY)[]

Rise of the Republic (c. 1000 BBY)[]

c. 1000 – c. 300 BBY[]

High Republic Era (c. 300 – c. 82 BBY)[]

  • c. 332 BBY
  • c. 319 BBY
    • The Aionomica forgery scandal occurs.[133]
    • Mustafar comes into the possession of the Techno Union.[134] The Union charges the native Mustafarians rent[40] whilst providing the technology for them to mine their mineral-rich world.[73] The natives' labor serves to pay their rent, and the planet becomes known for its mining activities.[40]
  • c. 272 BBY
  • c. 265 BBY
  • c. 262 BBY
  • c. 257 BBY
  • c. 252 BBY
  • 250 BBY
  • c. 249 BBY
  • c. 248 BBY
  • 247 BBY
    • Bell Zettifar joins the Jedi Order.[141]
  • c. 244 BBY
  • c. 242 BBY
  • c. 240 BBY
  • Around 232 BBY[148][149]
    • At this point, the Outer Rim contains few well-mapped hyperspace lanes that allows those seeking adventure, as well as those seeking to evade the Republic's laws, to do so.[49]

      With the breakdown of hyperspace throught the galaxy, Knights of the Jedi Order gathered at Starlight Beacon and were tasked to protect those stranded in the darkness of space.

    • The Coruscant-based Republic Chancellor Lina Soh envisions a galaxy of Great Works that ranged from infrastructure to culture in an effort to expand the Republic's reaches, better connect the peoples of the galaxy, and bring inspiration and peace for all citizens. Efforts are made to negotiate a new peace treaty between the Quarren and the Mon Calamari, as well as to mass-produce bacta—a "miracle" substance[49] primarily made from a barley originally cultivated on Thyferra[150] that was intended to replace juvan—in the hopes of revolutionizing medicine.[49]
    • As part of Chancellor Soh's pledge to maintain the Republic's hold on[49] the hard-to-navigate Outer Rim,[151] outreach programs are established in the Rim.[49]
    • In the Galactic Frontier,[152] where order and justice is maintained by Knights of the Jedi Order who, at independently-operated outposts[49] such as the Jedi Temple outpost on Caragon-Viner,[153] work closely with the Republic without direct assistance from the Coruscant Jedi Temple, the Starlight Beacon space station is constructed as part of the series of outreach programs.[49] Launched in 232 BBY,[148] it features a large Jedi temple designed by Palo Hidalla and is placed in the center of dark zones in the Rim to guide travelers[151] and boost the region's transmission times, intended to be the first Beacon of a new galactic communications relay network.[49]
    • A conclave between the Jedi Order and the Republic involving Jedi Master Avar Kriss and Admiral Pevel Kronara of the Republic Defense Coalition is held at Starlight Beacon.[49]
    • The strain from the Jedi mission to Zeitooine leads Dez Rydan to request a transfer to the Starlight Beacon.[138]
    • With the Jedi and the Republic's Starlight program infringing on his territory, and coupled with his family's past conflicts against the Jedi, the Nihil leader, Marchion Ro, instigates the Great Hyperspace Disaster.[49]
    • In hyperspace, the Legacy Run, a Kaniff Yards Class A modular freight transport of the Byne Guild, encounters a Nihil ship and is destroyed.[49] Starships across the galaxy are abruptly knocked out of hyperspace by missiles of debris from the Legacy Run, which also threaten to destroy space stations, moons, as well as planets. The Republic turns to the Jedi for help in saving lives and ending the crisis,[49] and Jedi activity sees a significant increase.[132]
    • Due to being delayed at the Starlight Beacon, Master Avar Kriss and Admiral Pevel Kronara become the first to respond to the disaster in the nearby Hetzal system, coordinating efforts to save citizens from aboard the Third Horizon.[49]

      Starlight Beacon better connected citizens, and the joint Jedi–Republic effort marked a golden age for life in the galaxy.

    • Vernestra Rwoh, having been the Padawan of Stellan Gios, is made a Jedi Knight at the age of sixteen, becoming one of the youngest Knights of the Jedi Order in a generation.[154]
    • Vernestra Rwoh is stranded on a jungle moon with several other individuals, including Avon Starros of the Starros clan, when their transport ship, the Steady Wing, is sabotaged by the Nihil.[96]
    • The Jedi Wayseeker Orla Jareni, Jedi Knight Dez Rydan, Jedi Padawan Reath Silas, and Jedi Master Cohmac Vitus, as well as the cargo ship Vessel's Captain Leox Gyasi, co-pilot Affie Hollow, and the navigator Geode are ripped out of hyperspace as a result of the Great Disaster. They take refuge in a seemingly abandoned Amaxine space station.[138]
    • Aboard the Amaxine station, The Jedi passengers of the Vessel are disturbed by dark visions. Believing that a set of four binding statues contained the dark side influence, the Jedi take away the Force artifact for purification in the Sith shrine located beneath the Coruscant Jedi Temple. However, they are proven wrong, and realize that the statues had contained something else.[138]
    • A series of Emergences come to threaten star systems across the galaxy.[49]
    • Following the First Emergence in the Ab Dalis system, the Nihil attack an evacuation convoy belonging to Garello Technologies.[49]
    • The Nihil attack Trymant IV as the Trymant IV disaster occurs. Zeen Mrala joins Lula Talisola's group of Jedi Padawans in defending Bralanak City from hyperspace debris and raiders led by[155] the Eye of the Nihil, Marchion Ro.[49]
    • The San Tekka clan, having risen from a family of hyperspace prospectors in the outer reaches of the galaxy to a dynasty privy to leading technology that allows Chancellor Soh's Republic to continue expanding safely to new areas about a century ago, operates alongside the galactic government as it responds to the Great Disaster.[49]
    • While restoring the statues aboard the Amaxine station, the Jedi are attacked by the Nihil. To defend themselves against overwhelming forces, the Jedi are forced to destroy the statues to unleash what it contained. A group of Drengir, who were put into stasis by the Sith through the binding statues long ago, are thus awakened from their slumber. While the Vessel's crew escape amidst the chaos, several Drengir are released into open space in the process.[138]
    • The tragic poet Omar Berenko is reputed for residing at the Varykino artists' retreat on Naboo.[49] Centuries before the year 22 BBY, the controversial Berenko was kidnapped from a scenic balcony overlooking the lakes after penning the disturbing and visionary epic poem titled Defense of Naboo in the Room of Morning Mists.[11]

      Omar Berenko penned the disturbing epic Defense of Naboo at his scenic lake retreat at Varykino.

    • The Jedi High Council convenes to discuss the threat of the Nihil, and after a contested debate between Grandmaster Lahru and Jedi Masters such as Yarael Poof, Rano Kant, Oppo Rancisis, Keaton Murag, Ada-Li Carro, and the stand-in of Grandmaster Yoda—who was on sabbatical from Council affairs—Ephru Shinn, approves a joint effort between the Jedi and the Republic in a mission against the Nihil as proposed by Chancellor Soh.[49]
    • The Nihil conduct a raid on Elphrona, capturing Jedi Master Loden Greatstorm and farmer Ottoh Blythe. Marchion Ro executes the farmer, intending to keep Geatstorm for future plans.[49]
    • The Battle of Kur occurs. Marchion Ro sends Kassav's Tempest to death in the Kur Nebula, intending to trick the Jedi and the Republic that they had destroyed the Nihil. The Trandoshan Jedi Master Sskeer loses his left arm and blames himself for the death of Master Jora Malli.[49]
    • The medical substance kolto is in common use at this point.[138]
    • Jedi Grandmasters Pra-Tre Veter and Yoda join other Jedi and Republic personnel, amongst them Chancellor Lina Soh, the newly-minted Jedi Knight Keeve Trennis, and the newly-appointed marshal of the Starlight Beacon, Avar Kriss, aboard the latter station in its dedication ceremony for light and life.[156]
    • Sskeer hides a devastating secret that was tearing him apart,[157] drawing a private emotional outburst from him soon after Starlight's dedication.[156]
    • Surik, which formed a part of a phrase used by the Jedi Sskeer, existed by this point.[150]
    • By this point, the Hutt Clan is sanctioned from trading openly in Republic space.[150]
    • Drengir crisis
      • The Drengir abduct children on Sedri Minor.[150]
      • Mission to Sedri Minor[150]
        • The Nihil attack a Hutt Clan ship in the recently–Republic-aligned Kazlin system, prompting the Jedi Sskeer, Keeve Trennis, and the Kotabi bond-twins Terec and Ceret to investigate the resulting wreckage. Tracing the Hutt craft's origin to the Sedri system, Sskeer and Ceret take a T-1 shuttle to Sedri Minor. Avar Kriss and Vernestra Rwoh take the Ataraxia to join Trennis aboard the Hutt craft.[150]
        • On Sedri Minor, Ceret is captured by the Drengir, and Kriss, Terec, Trennis—traveling aboard the Ataraxia—join Sskeer on the moon. Ceret yields to the powerful shadow cast by the Drengir and joins their collective mind. Sharing the same mind with Ceret, Terec also succumbs to the Drengir's influence and becomes crazed. While Kriss and Trennis confront the Drengir at their underground dwelling, Sskeer dispairs that he could not help Terec, who was uncontrollable and inconsolable.[158]
        • While Avar Kriss and Keeve Trennis free Ceret as well as a local boy from the Drengir, they are surrounded by more Drengir, who are accompanied by Sskeer. Sskeer had had his mind joined with the Drengir's collective consciousness, and had grown a botanical, plant-like left arm.[158] Sskeer captures Kriss' crew, and the secret history of the Drengir is revealed.[159]
      • The Jedi and the Republic's Starlight Beacon is threatened by an age-old enemy.[159]
      • The Drengir, hungry for Jedi, arrive at a serene and remote Jedi outpost that the Jedi Lily Tora-Asi lived in.[160]
      • As a consequence of Menir's bitterness and unwillingness to accept any change, the Drengir plague the village Skirl on the planet Batuu.[161]

        Jedi glory was at its peak in the High Republic Era, although dark forces rising in the new frontier of the Outer Rim threatened the Force itself.

  • c. 231 BBY[162]
  • During the High Republic Era (exact chronology undefined)
  • 200 BBY
  • 196 BBY
  • c. 162 BBY
  • c. 150 BBY
  • c. 106 BBY[174]
  • 131 BBY[175]
  • c. 119 BBY; nearly a century before the Imperial Era[177]
  • c. 116 BBY
  • c. 112 BBY
  • c. 104 BBY
    • Ramil is born on Serenno.[183]

      Serenno, of House Serenno, was home to Counts Ramil and Dooku.

    • Li Qiong is born.[184]
  • c. 102 BBY
    • By this point, the Blue Dragon pirates had begun wrecking significant damage on Fire, remaining the single most destructive force to plague the station for the next twenty years.[70][185]
    • Zhang Jincheng begins to ascend the hierarchy of Fire, the city in the Heaven system.[186]
    • Jamie Brasen becomes the President of Begamore and is elected to represent the planet as a senator of the Republic Senate. While Brasen appears to be a benevolent politician, he indulges in corruption and transforms Begamore into a dictatorship. Brasen develops a cult of personality, brainwashing citizens with holographic programs worshipping himself, isolating his world from the Republic HoloNet, and enforcing strict surveillance over Begamore. An appearance of prosperity for the planet's capital city is maintained while poverty, slavery, and organ trading is left to fester in the streets.[70][187]
    • Ma, an executive of the Heaven-earth corporation that rules the Heaven system, dies of suspicious circumstances.[188]
    • Dooku is born[189] on Serenno.[190] He joins the Jedi Order that same year.[191]
    • Sifo-Dyas is born[192] on Minashee.[42]
    • Arath Tarrex is born[193] to the Jedi Yula Braylon. Tarrex's lineage is kept a secret from the Jedi High Council.[42]
  • c. 101 BBY
    • The last reported sighting of a Loth-wolf on Lothal until the Liberation of Lothal occurs.[194]

      From this point onwards, Loth-wolves are not reported to be seen for a hundred years.

  • c. 99 BBY
  • c. 94 BBY
  • 93 BBY
  • c. 92 BBY
    • The Knights of Silver Dawn begin to clash with the Blue Dragon. The two would clash over thirty times over the course of the next ten years.[203]
    • Li Qiong begins working for the Nan family[204] of the Heaven system, becoming a loyal handmaiden to Nan Heli's daughter, Nan Moyou.[70]
    • Marino Pomana begins working for Jamie Brasen as his chef.[205]
    • President Brasen begins the construction of the Begamore barrier,[206] a constly planetary shield designed to stop any incoming or departing spacecraft that are not personally authorised by Brasen himself.[70]
  • 91 BBY
    • At or after this point, Maz Kanata sees a holocron that she had no knowledge of and had put into storage for the last time for the next 125 years.[207]

      The long-lived pirate Maz Kanata and her holocron would reunite after over a century.

  • c. 90 BBY[208]
  • c. 88 BBY[209]
    • By around this point, Jedi Master Trennis had left the Jedi Order and became known as a member of the Lost Twenty.[42]
  • c. 87 BBY
  • c. 86 BBY[213]
    • Members of the Hawkbat Clan undergo their Initiate Trials, afterwhich Tera Sinube takes Zang Arraira as his Padawan, Lene Kostana takes Sifo-Dyas as hers, and Yoda takes Dooku as his. Arath Tarrex, secretly the son of Jedi Council member Yula Braylon, is not selected after mocking Dooku for wanting to be selected by the Altiri Master Kostana.[42]

      Jedi Master Tera Sinube

  • c. 85 BBY
  • c. 84 BBY
  • c. 83 BBY
    • On Fire, the Knights of Silver Dawn, personally led by Li Yu, clashes with the Blue Dragon, personally led by its leader, the dragon head. Li lets the dragon head escape with his life in the belief that it would be more profitable for the head to be alive than dead.[70][220]
    • Nan Moyou and Nan Heli go on a short vacation at the Nan family villa.[221]
    • Mostema and Sean study the Outer Rim's sectors, including Oplovis sector. In particular, the two Jedi study its Heaven system.[222]
    • The industrial output of the distant, loosely Republic-affiliated Heaven system exceeds that of the famous industrial world Metalorn.[70][223]
  • c. 82 BBY
    • The funeral of Countess Anya and an ensuing mission to Asusto occurs.[224]
    • Towards the end of the High Republic Era, the Jedi Mostema and Sean uncover the corrupt nature of Begamore's President Jamie Brasen after several years of investigation by a top Republic agent.[70][225]
    • By this point, Sean had constructed his lightsaber with a crystal that he bonded with on Ilum.[70] As Ilum and its crystals grew in prominence for the Jedi, the number of Padawans traveling to Zoph for its Zophis crystal is decreased.[84]
    • The Jedi Council sends Mostema and Sean to the Heaven system to investigate the murder of Nan Heli, an executive member of the system's ruling corporation who strongly advocated for the Republic against popular separatist tendencies and who made extensive studies of the Force.[70]
    • By this point, legends of Jedi using the Force to destroy entire planets have spread to Nan Heli's star system.[70]
    • The Nihil are recalled by Sean as an illicit organization that once invaded the Republic.[70]

      Sean meditates amongst the lights and lives of the Heaven system.

    • By this point, the Judicial Department's peacekeeping fleet had been established as military arbiters of the Republic.[70]
    • The Mining Guild had been founded and operational by this point.[70]
    • At the Nan family villa, Sean is separated from Master Mostema and is saved from the Vermilion Birds pirates by Li Yu. Li recruits Sean into the ranks of his Knights of Silver Dawn, a civil mercenary group mainly composed of his debtors that procures supplies for their own impoverished community on Wind, a planet of the Heaven system.[70]
    • By this point, bacta had become a common medical subtance in the Heaven system and human replica droids were invented.[70]
    • Sean is admitted to the Knights of Silver Dawn's elite red apricot squad. They pursue a lost Silver Dawn shipment of enigmatic tenebrae, which was lost on Fire, the space station.[70]
    • A celebration of the tenth anniversary of the launch of the 74th generation of Irregular occurs in the city of Fire.[70]
    • After defeating the Jade Rats on Fire, red apricot squad traces the enigmatic tenebrae to the Blue Dragon pirates. The squad realizes that they were manipulated into having to raid the Blue Dragon by the manager of Fire, Zhang Jincheng, though the Knights decide to continue their mission and find a way to place the blame of recent misfortunes surrounding Fire on Zhang afterwards.[70]
    • Red apricot squad forces the Blue Dragon to return the shipment of enigmatic tenebrae by threatening Zhang Níngtao, an official of the Security Bureau who served as the contact between corrupt ranking members of the Heaven-earth corporation and the Dragon.[70]
    • Sean, determined to save the slaves who were held by Zhang, hires his own squadmates out of his own expense to evacuate the slaves. To do so, red apricot team enlists the help of Zhang, who agrees to do so on the condition that he would be smuggled out of the Heaven system to safety by the Knights and a Hutt whose local name is "Kong Zhang."[70]
    • Zhang helps Sean deduce that the Nan family was responsible for the attack on Nan Heli's villa.[70]
    • The Silver Dawn ferries Nan Moyou to the Heaven system's political capital.[70]
    • Nan Yujin returns to the capital from Muunilinst and helps Nan Moyou in her attempt to become the heir of the Nan family. Determining that there is no justice in the Heaven-earth corporation, they decide to continue using the Knights of Silver Dawn as allies in winning favor amongst the ruling corporation's leadership council.[70]
    • Sean discovers that Zhuang Yuanying of red apricot squad is a member of the native dragon people, who had been persecuted by the Heaven system colonists and used as medical supply. Sean thus realizes that the local justice system ensures the suppression of individual rights, and that the Republic is knowingly ignorant of the persecution of the dragon people—Republic intervention would not solve the issue; not even the dismantling of the Heaven-earth corporation. Prejudice against the native humanoids is deeply ingrained in the culture of the Heaven system's people.[70]
  • c. 80 BBY

c. 82 – 32 BBY[]

Fall of the Republic (32–19 BBY)[]

Prelude to galactic war (32–22 BBY)[]

  • 32 BBY (continued)

    The Trade Federation marches upon Theed

    • As planned by Darth Sidious, the Trade Federation blockades Naboo in protest of the Senate's decision to tax their much-used Free Trade Zones, escalating the trade disputes;[297][89] Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum secretly dispatches Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi to serve as the ambassadors for scheduled negotiations with the Federation in hopes of resolving[89] the Naboo Crisis.[290]
    • Invasion of Naboo; Darth Sidious further manipulates the Trade Federation leadership into instigating a peace crisis for the Republic with the deployment of military forces for the occupation of the harmonious world of Naboo.[89]
      • The Capture of Theed; the Trade Federation Droid Army establishes itself at the Naboo capital and begins forcefully removing its citizens to prison camps.[89]
      • Anakin Skywalker wins the Boonta Eve Classic; with Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn's interference, the slave is freed from the Toydarian junk dealer Watto and follows the Jedi.[89]
      • As the Jedi group leave Tatooine, a duel ensued as Darth Maul attempts to fell them; Jedi encounters Sith for the first time since the Sith were thought extinct nearly a millennium ago.[89]
      • Battle of Naboo. Queen Padmé Amidala returns to Naboo and forms an alliance between the Naboo and Gungans. Qui-Gon Jinn is killed by Darth Maul, who, in turn, is dealt a mortal wound by Obi-Wan Kenobi[89] in the Padawan's rage.[298] Anakin Skywalker deactivates the droid army by destroying the Droid Control Ship.[89]
    • Senator of Naboo Palpatine is elected Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic, replacing Finis Valorum.[89] Oshadam takes Palpatine's place as senator of the Chommell sector.[250]

      The Jedi, as well as the newly elected Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, watch on as a new era of peace is celebrated between the Gungan and Naboo societies.

    • The Jedi High Council promotes Obi-Wan Kenobi to the rank of Jedi Knight and permits him to train Anakin Skywalker as a Jedi per the late Qui-Gon Jinn's wishes. The Council, the Chancellor, the Naboo leadership, Kenobi, and Skywalker later attend the funeral of Qui-Gon Jinn and a victory parade at Theed.[89] The Gungans host a funeral at their sacred place for their fallen warriors afterwards.[129]
    • Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas foresees an upcoming full-scale conflict, but is accused of war-mongering and removed from the Jedi Council. He secretly commissions the Kaminoans of the distant planet Kamino to grow a clone army for the Republic.[98][16]
    • Hired by the Sith Lord Tyranus, the Pyke Syndicate murders Sifo-Dyas, who was sent by the Jedi Council to resolve a tribal dispute on Felucia but instead secretly went to negotiate with the Pykes on Oba Diah along with Chancellor Valorum's aide, Silman, per the Chancellor's initiative. Silman is secretly captured by the Pykes for leverage against Tyranus, and the Sith Lord fakes Sifo-Dyas' death on Felucia during the tribal conflict.[299]
    • Lord Tyranus hires bounty hunter Jango Fett as the Kaminoans' clone template based on Fett's reputation.[300][191]

      Sidious' new apprentice, Lord Tyranus, hires the infamous bounty hunter Jango Fett for the creation of a clone army of the Republic to orchestrate a costly galactic war.

    • Tyranus is sent by Darth Sidious to secure a business arrangement with the weapons-dealing Kaldana Syndicate on Sullust. Tyranus does so while also establishing a business agreement between Serenno and Sullust's SoroSuub Corporation as Count Dooku. Having been sent by the Jedi Council to investigate the underground weapons-dealing on the planet for the Republic, Jedi Knight Jak'zin is killed by Dooku during the latter's mission to Sullust.[301]
    • Under the control of the Sith, the clones from the template of Fett had behavioral modification biochips inserted which would activate Protocol 66 under the command of the Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic.[299]
    • Boba Fett is born[302] a clone of Jango Fett on Kamino originally under the name Alpha[303]. Per Jango's request, Boba is the only clone completely unaltered by the Kaminoans,[98] and as the son of Jango, the clone Fett is trained by his father as a bounty hunter.[55]

      Inhibitor chips overrode clones' wills, submitting them to the whim of the Supreme Chancellor.

    • Omega is born after Alpha. Her genome is near-indentical to that of Jango Fett and Alpha. Unlike Boba, Omega is kept on Kamino and raised by Nala Se as her assistant.[303]
    • Han is born on Corellia.[304]
    • Miara Larte is born. (Approximate date)[305]
  • c. 31 BBY
  • 31 BBY
  • 30 BBY
  • 29 BBY
  • 28 BBY
  • 27 BBY

    Zillo Beasts were hunted to near-extinction by the Dugs of Malastare.

  • 26 BBY
  • 25 BBY
  • 24 BBY
  • 23 BBY
  • 22 BBY
    • Jango Fett takes his son, Boba, on a bounty hunt with a team of three other hunters. The Fetts are betrayed by two of the hunters, though they are killed by Boba, who lets the third hunter go to spread word of the incident. Boba Fett thus begins to build his reputation.[300]
    • The mother of the individual who came to be known as TK-462 gives birth to Xea on Eriadu. (Approximate date)[327]
    • Border dispute on Ansion[98]
    • Wedding of Lyra and Galen Erso[176]
    • By this point,[98] the Naboo spice-miners' strikes that occurred after the Invasion of Naboo has begun[103] for months.[11]
    • Plot to assassinate Padmé Amidala. Separatist leaders hope to silence the senator from Naboo, who opposes the Military Creation Act. The bounty hunter Jango Fett is hired. He uses Zam Wesell in two attempts which failed. Zam is captured, but Jango kills her to prevent the Jedi from questioning her.[98]
    • Mission to Kamino. Obi-Wan Kenobi uses Fett's Kamino saberdart to trace him to the Kamino system in the Outer Rim. There he finds the clone army commissioned by Sifo-Dyas. He finds Jango Fett, and the two battle. Fett escapes with his son Boba, and Obi-Wan tracks him to Geonosis.[98]

      Entangled by his duty as a Jedi, his commitment to freeing his mother, and his passion for Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker contemplates his choices at the onset of war at Varykino.

    • Anakin is charged with the protection of Senator Padmé Amidala. They go covertly travel to the latter's homeworld while Kenobi searches for the assassin. As they spend more time together, the two fall in love.[98]
    • Anakin is haunted by dreams of his mother dying. Believing them to be true, he returns to his homeworld of Tatooine and conducts a mission to prevent her from dying. He finds Shmi in a Tusken Raider camp, who then dies in his arms. In a fit of rage, he slaughters the Tusken Raiders and swears that he will never again be powerless in the face of death after his mother's funeral.[98]
    • Jar Jar Binks proposes that Chancellor Palpatine be given emergency powers to raise an army without the interference of the Senate. The proposal is accepted, and the clone army developed by the Kaminoans is recognized as the Grand Army of the Republic.[98]
    • Geonosian Archduke Poggle the Lesser, an long-time, ardent supporter of the Separatist cause, hosts the Separatist Council[289] within the hive galleries of his ruling Stalgasin hive colony.[11]
    • The various corporation leaders on the Council,[328] including Nute Gunray of the Trade Federation,[98] ratifies[328] the Geonosian accord;[329] the Confederacy of Independent Systems is officially founded.[329]

      The Sith exploited the galaxy's budding corporate interests to create a confederacy against the Republic.

    • Obi-Wan Kenobi is captured on Geonosis whilst reporting his findings of the Trade Federation presence and the Separatists' battle droid production to Jedi Councilors Yoda and Mace Windu. Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala go to his rescue but are captured also. The three are set to be executed after their refusal to join the Sith and surrender to Poggle and the Separatists.[98] Amongst themselves, the Jedi assemble a strike team of over two-hundred to save those captured by the Geonosians, whilst Jedi Master Yoda travels to Kamino to gather the Republic's new army.[11]

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