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The Zrak system was a star system located within the Outer Rim Territories, in the Nijune sector.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

"There once was a Heep-heep from Zrak
Who found himself in a crack
The harder he tried
To remove his backside
The deeper he sank and that's that!
"
―A poem[src]

The Zrak system was first mentioned in The Essential Atlas, a third-generation Essential Guide written by Jason Fry and Daniel Wallace and published by Del Rey in August 2009.[2] The book placed the system in the Outer Rim Territories, within the Nijune sector.[3] Fry has stated that "planets not assigned a system in [a] published source can be assumed to reside in [the] system of [the] same name."[4] This article assumes the same applies for Zrak, an undefined location first introduced in a one-page poem written by Bob Carrau for the 1993 book Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas, a publication that combines creature designs and photographs from various projects of George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars franchise, with original text by Carrau.[5] The poem identifies Zrak as the home to a reptilian species known as Heep-heep; a rhyming poem once spoke of a male Heep-heep from Zrak who became stuck in a crack.[5] Lucasfilm employee Leland Chee, who maintains the Holocron continuity database, has indicated that information contained in the 1993 book is non-canonical.[6]

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Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 SWCustom-2011 Star Wars: The Essential Atlas Online Companion on StarWars.com (article) (backup link)
  2. SWCustom-2011 Star Wars: The Essential Atlas — Mapping a Living Book on StarWars.com (backup link)
  3. The Essential Atlas
  4. TwitterLogo Jason Fry (@jasoncfry) on Twitter "planets not assigned a system in [a] published source can be assumed to reside in [the] system of [the] same name." (screenshot)
  5. 5.0 5.1 Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas
  6. SWicon Holocron continuity database questions on StarWars.com Message Boards. Posted by Leland Y Chee on May 3, 2006 at 5:45 PM. (content now obsolete; backup link) "And is information from Monsters and Aliens from George Lucas canon? Unless referred to by a source that is in-continuity, the information is non-continuity."
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