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Ord Trasi
Astrographical
Region

Outer Rim[1]

Sector

Relgim Sector[2]

Moons

2

Rotation period

28 standard hours[3]

Orbital period

412 local days[3]

Physical
Atmosphere

Type II (breath mask suggested)[3]

Gravity

Standard[3]

Primary terrain

Mountains, plains

Societal
Immigrated species

Humans, Wookiees (slaves)

Primary language(s)

Galactic Basic Standard

Population

2 million[3]

Major imports

High technology, refined metals[3]

Affiliation

Galactic Republic, Confederacy of Independent Systems, Galactic Empire

Ord Trasi was a planet in the Relgim Sector of the Outer Rim. Conditions on the planet were favorable to a majority of the galaxy's citizens.

It was an Ordnance/Regional Depot fortress world of the Galactic Republic. The planet was rich in shipbuilding resources. Prior to the Great Sith War, Enforcer One was retired here. It later housed a major Imperial shipyard.

Space platforms completely encircled the planet, defended in turn by a number of defense platforms. Mining and smelting was carried out by droid labor on the planet's two moons.

After the arrival of Thrawn, Ord Trasi's output was turned entirely to Imperial Star Destroyer production. In fact, by 9 ABY Wing Commander Diblen Harleys was investigating the information that three Imperial-class Star Destroyers were under construction at the shipyards there.

Eventually captured by the New Republic, Ord Trasi became the assembly point for General Garm Bel Iblis's task force which would participate in the Battle of Yaga Minor.

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Behind the scenes

The PC game Star Wars: Rebellion mistakenly places Ord Trasi in the Dufilvan Sector (a misspelling of the true Dufilvian Sector).

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Sources

Notes and references


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