- "How am I supposed to know what it's called? It's not on any of the star maps, but that's no surprise this close to Wild Space."
- ―Han Solo, to Chewbacca
Description[edit | edit source]
This planet was a remote planet located close to Wild Space that was covered in jungles and oceans. It was not on any star maps, which was not surprising close to Wild Space. The planet had an atmosphere breathable to oxygen-breathers, such as humans.
History[edit | edit source]
The planet underwent a droid uprising, where scorpion-droids were programmed to destroy all organic life. The droids were stopped after an energy projector was placed on the planet, immobilizing them. After the energy projector was installed, several other starships crashed on the planet.
Han Solo and Chewbacca were later escaping from the bounty hunters 4-LOM and Zuckuss in the Millennium Falcon, entering the planet's atmosphere to hide in the cloud cover. The energy projector's immobilizer beam deactivated both of their ships, causing them both to crash on the planet. Solo and Chewbacca discovered the energy projector, realizing it was the cause of their power failure. Pursued by Zuckuss, the two climbed the pole to reach the energy projector, and knocked it to the ground, where it shattered. However, the destruction of the device allowed the scorpion-droids to rise out of the ground, no longer deactivated by the immobilizer beam. The droids began to climb the pole, trapping Solo, Chewbacca and Zuckuss at the top. 4-LOM, who had also been reactivated, shot at the pole, breaking it in half. He helped them fight off the droids as they escaped, running back to the Millennium Falcon. After they boarded the ship, the bounty hunters turned on Solo and Chewbacca. Solo pretended that the Falcon was losing power, leading Zuckuss to stun them with a stun net before escaping the ship with 4-LOM. Having tricked the bounty hunters, Solo and Chewbacca escaped the planet, leaving 4-LOM and Zuckuss to fight off the droids on their own.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- "Powered Down, Part I"—Star Wars Adventures 10 (First appearance)
- "Powered Down, Part II"—Star Wars Adventures 11
Sources[edit | edit source]
- Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition (Indirect mention only)