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Previous

Sith-Imperial War

Concurrent

Second Imperial Civil War/Third Jedi Purge

Genocide of Mon Calamari
Beginning

Massacre of New Coral City, 137 ABY

Place

Dac

Major battles

Massacre of New Coral City, Skirmish on Dac, Massacre on Soheras Trench, Battle of Devil's Crevasse

Combatants
Commanders
"Ten percent of the Mon Calamari population are to be executed. Effective immediately. [...] All surviving Mon Calamari in the galaxy will be interred in work camps! [...] I will purge the galaxy of their culture and history."
―Darth Krayt

The Genocide of Mon Calamari was an effort initiated by Darth Krayt, ruler of the Galactic Empire and Dark Lord of the Sith, to eliminate every single member of the Mon Calamari species as punishment for their aid to the Galactic Alliance Remnant during the Second Imperial Civil War.

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History

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Prelude

"I have known insurrection! It breeds disorder and chaos, and I will not tolerate it!"
―Darth Krayt

When Darth Krayt seized control of the Imperial throne, he immediately set his servants about to purge the Galaxy of his enemies. One of the most prominent enemies was the Galactic Alliance Remnant, led by Admiral Gar Stazi. Darth Azard was the Sith who was assigned to oversee the Remnant's defeat. He assigned Admiral Sha Dun of the Outer Rim Third Fleet to do so, and later Admiral Dru Valan when Dun was executed for his failure.

Valan laid out a trap for Stazi: he would lure Stazi and his fleet to the planet Dac where a new Star Destroyer was being constructed, the warship being the bait. However, the battle that happened was a disaster for the Empire: the Imperial fleet was decimated, the new warship was stolen, and the Remnant escaped with incredibly minute casualties.

Genocide

"Lord Krayt, this is genocide!"
Gial Gahan
Darth Krayt and Darth Wyyrlok walk away from the initial stages of the genocide.

Following the defeat of the Imperial fleet, Darth Krayt traveled to Dac and summoned the Mon Calamari Council before him. He announced that he had had enough of the Mon Calamari's support of Stazi, and informed them of his decision to wipe them out. Immediately, Emperor Krayt's loyal stormtroopers and Sith Lords began to attack every Mon Calamari on sight, and killed those Quarren that opposed them as well. After Darth Krayt left the planet, Darth Azard, a Quarren Sith, was left to oversee the genocide with the aid of Vul Isen, a Force-sensitive Givin scientist also serving the Sith. By the time the genocide was displayed across holonet, ten percent of the Mon Calamari on Dac had been murdered.

While thousands of Mon Calamari were sent to extermination camps, where they were left without food or medical aid so they would die of disease and starvation, others fled to the deep oceans of Dac, where they were hunted down by the Imperial Army. However, the Mon Calamari Rangers joined to fight the Imperial onslaught, with the aid of Master Treis Sinde, a veteran Imperial Knight. Meanwhile, the Sith unleashed their latest creation, a Sea Leviathan, to enforce Emperor Krayt's edict. However, despite its destructive power, the Leviathan was eliminated thanks to the efforts of Master Sinde and the Rangers.[1]

The Galactic Alliance's Rogue Squadron staged a mission to rescue a group of Mon Calamari refugees, but the Rogues were forced to pull back when both the Sith and a Mandalorian bounty hunter created complications. One of the Rogues, Hondo Karr, became involved on this risky job from which he did not return.[2]

Eventually, the Sith chose to poison the waters of the planet in order to wipe out everything on it. But when Stazi heard about this, he planned a planet-wide evacuation to save the inhabitants.

Impact on galaxy

Krayt intended to accomplish two objectives with the genocide: punish the Mon Calamari and dissuade further opposition to his empire.

However, while it did cow some systems into submission, many other planets and systems were outraged. These systems "allowed" ships from their planetary fleets to join the Galactic Alliance Remnant, while many Mon Calamari that were off world at the time joined the Remnant. These increased Stazi's forces substantially.

Participants

One Sith/Darth Krayt's Sith Empire

Mon Calamari Rangers

Appearances

  • Star Wars Legacy 22: The Wrath of the Dragon (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Legacy 24: Loyalties, Part 2 (Appears on screen)
  • Star Wars Legacy 25: The Hidden Temple, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 32: Fight Another Day, Part 1
  • Star Wars Legacy 33: Fight Another Day, Part 2
  • Star Wars Legacy 36: Renegade (Mentioned only)

Notes and references

  1. Star Wars Legacy 33: Fight Another Day, Part 2
  2. Star Wars Legacy 41: Rogue's End

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