Zeffo was a windswept planet located in the Outer Rim Territories. A water-rich world, its terrain consisted of rocky mountains and cliffs, and its surface was covered in grass. The planet featured a number of ruins and crypts that were protected by the Tomb Guardians. Zeffo was home to a number of creatures, including the phillak and the scazz. Zeffo was once home to a community of archaeologists and pioneers who visited the planet during the time of the Galactic Republic. When the Galactic Empire rose to power, the peaceful community was destroyed by the pillaging of historical sites and sacred tombs. The Emperor sought valuable information on Zeffo, as did the former Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis.
In its early history, Zeffo was home to the Force-sensitive species named the Zeffo. During their time of rule, they constructed many statues and relics. They left behind many tombs, dedicated to several Zeffo sages, protected by Tomb Guardians.
At some point during this era, a Republic Venator-class Star Destroyer, under the command of general Chiata, crash landed on Zeffo. Shortly after the crash, Chiata's unit of Clone Troopers were ordered to carry out Order 66, killing Chiata and her padawan Marseph.
Under Imperial occupation, Zeffos ice caves and many other areas were excavated as part of Project Auger. In search for Zeffo artifacts, the Empire drove many Zeffo inhabitants from their homes in the villages.
Behind the scenesEdit
Zeffo is a planet created for the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, developed by Respawn Entertainment. It was first revealed in an entry on the StarWars.com Databank. The depiction of Zeffo seen when the player travels to the planet was created by George Rushing, senior concept artist at Respawn.
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (First appearance)
- The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
- (First mentioned)
Notes and referencesEdit
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- ↑ Rushing, George. Jedi Fallen Order Planets. George Rushing. Ballistiq Digital Inc. Archived from the original on February 22, 2020. Retrieved on February 22, 2020.