Shool: "First and foremost, Xim, Son of Xer, you are charged with causing the extermination and extinction of nine sentient species."
Xim: "Nine? I know I spaced more than that."
Shool: "Among them the Qadel, the Ermi, the Veeza, and the Zoa'mon…"
Xim: "Slavers all. I did the galaxy a favor."
Rexrax Shool accuses Xim during his trial in the play Evocar[src]

The Zoa'mon were a sentient species. According to the play Evocar, which was written by the Hutt playwright Direus'Pei around the year 671 BBY, the Zoa'mon were driven to extinction by the Tionese warlord Xim. When Xim was captured and placed on trial by the Hutts, he justified the extinction of the Zoa'mon on the basis that they were slavers.[1] Xim's conquests occurred approximately between 25,130 and 25,100 BBY.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Zoa'mon were created by Michael Kogge for the fourth part of his article Xim Week: The Despotica, which was published as an exclusive article on Hyperspace in 2009.


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 HyperspaceIcon "Xim Week: The Despotica (Part IV: Evocar)" on Hyperspace (article) (content removed from and unavailable)
  2. HyperspaceIcon "Xim Week: The History of Xim and the Tion Cluster" on Hyperspace (article) (content removed from and unavailable)
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