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This [[Sexes|male]] '''Hosnian''' was on the [[planet]] [[Hosnian Prime]] during the [[cold war]]. In [[34 ABY]], approximately thirty [[Standard year|years]] after the [[Battle of Endor]], the [[First Order]] fired the [[Starkiller Base]] [[superweapon]] at the [[New Republic]] [[capital]], destroying Hosnian Prime along with its population.<ref name="TFA" />
 
This [[Sexes|male]] '''Hosnian''' was on the [[planet]] [[Hosnian Prime]] during the [[cold war]]. In [[34 ABY]], approximately thirty [[Standard year|years]] after the [[Battle of Endor]], the [[First Order]] fired the [[Starkiller Base]] [[superweapon]] at the [[New Republic]] [[capital]], destroying Hosnian Prime along with its population.<ref name="TFA" />
   

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"No. What is it?!"
―The male Hosnian[src]

This male Hosnian was on the planet Hosnian Prime during the cold war. In 34 ABY, approximately thirty years after the Battle of Endor, the First Order fired the Starkiller Base superweapon at the New Republic capital, destroying Hosnian Prime along with its population.[2]

At the time of his death, the Hosnian was in Republic City where he and members of the Galactic Senate witnessed beams of energy moving toward the Hosnian system.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

He was voiced by Tom Kane[3] who is known most noticeably for voicing Yoda, Wullf Yularen, and the narrator in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series.

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