"Look here, Rakab, my first week on the job I sent a crate of worms to the wrong planet and I couldn't get them back. Not like a little box. I mean a crate. Now the jungles of Urajab have been reduced to weeds because of an invasive species."
―Lee Skillen, to Julen Rakab — (audio) Listen (file info)[3]

Urajab was a terrestrial planet[3] in the Expansion Region[1] with jungle terrain,[3] in grid square L-16 on the Standard Galactic Grid.[2] In the first week of Lee Skillen's job as a supervisor at the company Ohnaka Transport Solutions in Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu, she accidentally sent a crate of worms to Urajab instead of its intended destination. According to Skillen, the worms became an invasive species on Urajab, and destroyed the planet's jungles, reducing them to weeds.[3]

Sometime later,[3] in around 34 ABY,[4] Skillen told the tale to Julen Rakab, a resident of Black Spire Outpost who mistakenly delivered the wrong parcel to Ohnaka Transport Solutions.[3] Urajab was pictured on a map in the book Traveler's Guide to Batuu, written by the historian Eloc Throno.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

Urajab was first mentioned in the novel A Crash of Fate, written by Zoraida Córdova and published in 2019.[3]


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