Xerton Nine was an astronomical object that occupied the ninth orbital position[2] within the Xerton system of Wild Space. The Braxant Run hyperlane linked the Xerton system to the Qonto system.[1] At some point following the Battle of Endor[2] that occurred in 4 ABY,[3] the Grand Magnus was a title held by an individual from Xerton Nine.[2]

In a scandoc outlining mercenary tactics that was released around that time, the former New Republic military colonel Andrephan Stormcaller mentioned that a mercenary using proper forged documentation, especially one produced by an ID processor, could impersonate anyone, from an Imperial customs inspector to the Grand Magnus from Xerton Nine.[2]

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Xerton Nine was first mentioned in "Blasters for Hire," a 1994 Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game source article written by Anthony P. Russo and published in Star Wars Adventure Journal 3.[2] The 2009 reference book The Essential Atlas placed the Xerton system, and therefore Xerton Nine, in grid square J-3.[1]

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