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Star Wars Planets – A Closer Look at Naboo, Kamino, Mandalore, and Exegol

As a fan of the Star Wars films, I couldn’t resist purchasing the new video game and playing all of the planets featured in the movies. I’m particularly fond of Naboo, Kamino, Mandalore, and Exegol, which are all well represented in the game. I also enjoyed playing Obi Wan’s duel with General Greivous, which featured skeleton-inspired architecture and actual skeletons. This planet felt more like a video-game level than a film-related location.

Naboo

“Crisis on Naboo” is the final episode of the arc centered on the relationship between Anakin and Obi-Wan. In the previous episodes, Obi-Wan has undergone a series of obstacles and tests of loyalty to prove that he is indeed the best bounty hunter and most suitable to kill Palpatine. In this episode, the focus is more on Obi-Wan’s moral standing and his trust in Anakin.

After the events of the original Star Wars trilogy, Naboo was a planet that was celebrating the fall of the Galactic Empire. Palpatine’s death triggered Operation: Cinder, an effort to destroy as many Imperial worlds as possible. After the destruction of Naboo, the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Republic decided to unite against the Empire, and Naboo became part of the Rebellion. Despite this setback, the future of the Rebel Alliance is bright for the Republic.

After the Battle of Naboo, the Confederacy of Independent Systems, led by Count Dooku, began to threaten the world’s security. Amidala opposed the bill, which would have allowed the Senate to raise a standing military. However, the military was created in order to protect the Republic from the Separatist movement. Padme Amidala was a Naboo native and opposed the bill. She also opposed the proposal for emergency powers for the Chancellor.

Kamino

There are many mysteries surrounding the secluded world of Kamino on the Star Wars planets. Although the Jedi Archives have destroyed all traces of the Kamino system, the world played a crucial role in the massive shift in political power during the dying days of the Republic. In addition, Kamino is a very lonely world. The lore surrounding the planet is scarce and largely unreliable.

After the rise of the Empire, the planet of Kamino was never mentioned in any Star Wars film. However, in the movie The Bad Batch, it was revealed that the Empire had stopped producing clones and moved to an all-volunteer force. After the fall of the Republic, the Admiral Rampart attacked Kamino on orders of Grand Moff Tarkin. He killed the Prime Minister Lama Su and kidnapped the Chief Clone Scientist Nala Se. He also took cloning equipment and data files, and ordered his ship to open fire on Tipoca City.

While the Republic’s alliance with Kamino led to the creation of the Grand Army for the galaxy, it also thrust the rain-veiled planet into the spotlight. During the Clone Wars, the planet became the target of Separatist attacks. In one such attack, Commander Merai and his Mon Calamari forces attacked the planet from both surface and space. Fortunately, the Galactic Republic was alerted by its own secret agency, Quinlan Vos, and the Jedi protectors scrambled to defend the planet.

Mandalore

Are you familiar with the fictional people of Mandalore in the Star Wars universe? If so, you may want to learn more about these people, as well as what the Mandalorians look like. These people are a unique breed, and have a very interesting history. In fact, you may even recognize many of them from the films. Continue reading to learn about them and their culture! This article will introduce you to the Mandalorians.

The planet Mandalore is one of the Outer Rim Territories, and was home to the Mandalorians. These people had long battled Jedi and even raided a Jedi temple during the fall of the Old Republic. Their armor was distinct, and they ruled two thousand star systems. The Mandalorians were also known as the “Twilight People” because of their political influence. The first episode of The Mandalorian, “The Mandalorian” premiered on Disney+ last fall. It has a complicated plotline and a lot of mystery, but the New York Times has a report claiming that there is a “universe spoiler” in the first episode. While this is not definitive, it does indicate that something is happening that will affect future movies.

The first Mandalorian episode marked a soft reboot of the lore of the Mandalorians. While Mandalorians in the new episodes are largely pacifistic, there are still some factions of the society who are unhappy with the new status quo. Duchess Satine Kryze, the leader of the Mandalorian, is the first female leader of the clan. Duchess Satine was the sister of Bo-Katan Kryze and was committed to the peaceful state of the Outer Rim.

Exegol

Exegol is a hidden world in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy. It is the de-facto home world of the Sith. It was hidden from all but The First Order in the time of the galaxy reset, and it was only accessible by means of a Sith way finder device. When the Resistance sent Poe Dameron to Pasaana, they discovered a Sith dagger with an inscription. When C-3PO refused to interpret the writing on the device, the Resistance team made a trip to Exegol. They were able to locate the planet, and their journey began.

Despite its remote location, Exegol is an important location in Star Wars comics. Darth Vader visits Exegol as well, as it is the last world in which Palpatine lived before his gruesome execution in Revenge of the Sith. Vader is likely to have visited this planet, and their conversations would no doubt have been tense. If Star Wars ever releases another pre-Phantom Menace title, it will definitely be an important location. The visuals of Exegol may be changed to reflect its darker past, as the game could focus on a pre-Phantom Menace version of the planet.

The first episode of Episode VII was set on Exegol, which was reportedly where Emperor Palpatine hid during the events of the prequel trilogy. It was revealed that Palpatine was not the only Sith Lord on the planet, but that there were many statues of the Sith lords on the planet. This planet also featured a vast arena full of Sith followers, and members of the cult. The episode also introduced a temple on Malachor that was modeled after a Sith temple. It is a place where the Sith can channel their powers to escape the Jedi.

Kepler-22b

The Kepler-22b starwars planet is 2.4 times the size of Earth and has a comfortable surface temperature of 72 degrees fahrenheit or 22 degrees celsius. The planet has an average atmosphere of 3.4 kilometers (2.4 miles) and was likely inhabited by humans in the past. The planet is also home to some intelligent life and was visited by the Rebel Alliance in the Star Wars movie “A New Hope.”

The discovery was first made using observations of two binary star systems. One star orbits the other every 41 days while the other orbits at 21 million miles. Kepler was able to detect the planet’s transits between these stars, allowing scientists to determine the planet’s mass. Scientists can now further explore the planet’s orbit to find out whether it is habitable for life. Observations have also revealed the existence of other exoplanets in the galaxy.

While Kepler-22b has an ocean-like surface, it may also be made of gas. Scientists believe that it is analogous to the Kamino planet from Star Wars. Scientists have hypothesized that the planet is a super-ocean with a radius of twice Earth. If the planet is inhabited, it could be covered with a super-ocean. If it is, this could make the planet physically plausible.

Mygeeto

In the Star Wars universe, Mygeeto is a frigid Outer Rim world marked by jagged crystalline landscapes. The planet was the homeworld of the Lurmen, and was once controlled by the InterGalactic Banking Clan. The Lurmen, known as Ki-Adi-Mundi, fought against Separatist droids to take control of Mygeeto.

Mygeeto is known as a ‘gem planet’ because of its abundance of precious stones. It is covered with a thick layer of gefroren ice. The planet is centralized with energy, and was inhabited by the Rakata in the distant past. However, the Lurmen themselves have long since disappeared, and the planet was discovered by Schmugglers in 6740 VSY. Muuns, Spater, and other species subsequently invaded the planet and made it a hub for their illicit trade.

In the Star Wars saga, Mygeeto was a major holding of the InterGalactic Banking Clan. It was an important battleground during the Clone Wars’ Outer Rim sieges. The planet was home to the Lurmen and was controlled by the InterGalactic Banking Clan. The planet had numerous vaults that housed Banking Clan treasures. Throughout the Clone Wars, Mygeeto was known as one of the ‘triad of evil’.

Tatooine

The desert world of Tatooine is a stark and dangerous place ruled by rogue Hutt gangsters. Many settlers scratch out a living on moisture farms. Spaceport cities serve as rogues’ havens. But the harsh desert environment lends itself to the storyline. There are countless characters who encounter the brutal Hutt gangsters while exploring Tatooine.

While Tatooine’s history is well known in the original trilogy, the history of the planet after the war has been less explored. After Jabba the Hutt’s death, a power vacuum was left in the criminal underworld of Tatooine. Several groups vied for control of the planet. The Mandalorian, the latest spinoff of Star Wars, makes reference to Tatooine.

The story of Tatooine is the basis of the entire Star Wars franchise. The planet was the birthplace of Luke Skywalker and Anakin Skywalker. The movie franchise has countless characters born on Tatooine. Luke Skywalker spent the first 19 years of his life on Tatooine. He and his brother, Obi-Wan, and Darth Maul spent time there as well. Tatooine also plays a crucial role in the events of Star Wars and pop culture.