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Naos III
Astrographical
Region

Outer Rim Territories

System

Naos system

Planet

Naos

Physical
Primary terrain

Ice, Snow, Volcanic Cave Systems, Mountains, ice-covered Rivers

Points of interest

Palace Hotel

Immigrated species

Humans, Rodians, Lethan Twi'leks

Societal
Primary language(s)

Basic

Affiliation

Naos III Mercantile (de facto)

Naos III was a frigid moon in Wild Space, near Smuggler's Run and the Corellian Run. Naos III served as the name for both the moon and the sole area of habitation on it.

The locals exported Naos sharptooth fish, and the Naos III Mercantile controlled most businesses. The streets were known to be mucky, and dangerous. There was little sanitation, with debris being shuffled to the side of the roadway. The authorities on the planet had not declared an official drinking limit, which resulted in the drunkenness of Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi while on a mission to find the pilot of an experimental shuttle described by the Bith, Thal K'sar.

The planet had low-slung prefab buildings. Icicles decorated almost every building. The streets were mostly damaged ceramacrete paving. Very little of the local climate control machinery was in good repair, in keeping with the local ethos.

Colonists from Rodia and Ryloth were lured here in hope of discovering rich veins of ryll spice in the planet's volcanically heated cave systems.

The moon's continued habitation led to the discovery of a delicacy fish available from the ice-covered rivers. These fish were known as the Naos sharptooth, a galactic delicacy from Mon Calamari to Corellia.

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