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"Those people, Agent Loor, conspired with the Emperor's murderers. They have learned that their actions have consequences, and they regret their past disloyalty. In their previous arrogance they dared believe the Empire was superfluous and could be replaced. Now they know this is not true. All that is good in their lives comes from the Empire. They have been shown the truth and now live for a chance to be allowed back into our brotherhood."
Ysanne Isard[src]

Toprawa was a remote, forested planet in the Toprawa system of the Kalamith sector in the Bright Jewel Oversector, located in the Outer Rim Territories near the Hydian Way.



The Ansharii Caverns during the Great Sith War

During the Great Sith War, Toprawa was the site of a battle between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire led by Exar Kun.[3]

Toprawa was also known for its community of Antarian Rangers. In 19 BBY Antarian Ranger Aren Folee was based on world,[2] and it was also the homeworld of Antarian Ranger turned Wraith Squadron pilot Tyria Sarkin Tainer.[7]

Early in the Galactic Civil War, Toprawa was the site of a secret Rebel Alliance outpost for transferring information from their network of spies to the Alliance High Command.

It was on this planet that the Death Star superlaser was developed, the plans for which were subsequently stolen by Havet Storm and the Rebel Alliance. Among many others Commander Bria Tharen and Rebel cell leader Vermilion gave their lives to secure the plans for Leia Organa. The Rebel group used the Imperial-controlled Toprawa Relay Station to transmit the plans to the Princess aboard the CR90 corvette Tantive IV.

The planet was then punished by the Galactic Empire: Cities were destroyed, and entire planetary regions thrust into poverty.[1] Many among its population were made to prostrate themselves to the Empire for aid. By 9 ABY, it still had not been captured by the New Republic.

Behind the scenesEdit

The PC game Star Wars: Rebellion mistakenly places Toprawa in the Dufilvan sector (a misspelling of the true Dufilvian sector).



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