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"Perhaps you failed to pay attention to the Senate orientation. They should have explained that Toydaria is a neutral system."
―Katuunko, King of Toydaria, to Bail Organa[src]

Toydaria was the homeworld of the Toydarian species, located in Hutt Space.

DescriptionEdit

A planet of the Toydaria system located in Hutt Space of the Mid Rim,[1] Toydaria was a temperate world of forests and swamps. The atmosphere was typically foggy, and carried a greenish hue.[5] N'Omis flowers grew on the planet.[7]

Toydaria was the homeworld of the Toydarians,[5] who created muck nests and lived in the atmosphere of muck lakes. Members of the species lived in clans, where a clan bell would signify a noble family,[7] and during the last decades of the Galactic Republic[3] and Galactic Empire, Toydaria was governed by a feudal monarchy, the Toydarian kingdom, and was dominated by the Toydarian royalty. It exported consumables and labor, while importing other consumables and technology.[1]

HistoryEdit

In the last decades of the Galactic Republic, Toydaria was governed by a monarchy. During the Clone Wars, King Katuunko of Toydaria refused to support either the Republic or the Confederacy of Independent Systems, which made his planet a strategic interest for the two warring sides. However, after a diplomatic mission headed by Bail Organa and Jar Jar Binks, Katuunko committed his world to support the Republic.[5][3]

Behind the scenesEdit

Toydaria first appeared in "Supply Lines", an episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars[3] that first aired on September 24, 2010.[9]

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