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Peaceful World on the Precipice



Once a glorious world, the surface of Mandalore has been laid waste by centuries of war. Its people now live peacefully in massive bio-cubes across the planet's golden sand. Under the leadership of Duchess Satine Kryze, Mandalore has turned its back on its violent history. There is still an undercurrent of Mandalore's more martial past, however, and Death Watch has emerged as a painful reminder of Mandalore's warlike ways.


  1. The Clone Wars
Blasted desert, insulated dome-cities


Duchess Satine Kryze

Satine Kryze

Duchess Satine of Kalevala became the ruler of Mandalore as the planet emerged from a long history of violence. She was committed to a peaceful renewal of the world and a neutral stance in the Clone Wars.

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Prime Minister Almec


Prime Minister Almec handled the local affairs of Mandalore during the Clone Wars. He profited greatly as the planet suffered supply shortages.

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Pre Vizsla

Pre Vizsla

Pre Vizsla was governor of Concordia, a moon orbiting Mandalore. The moon was the site of exile of Mandalore's warriors, who returned to plague Duchess Satine's rule as the Death Watch.

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Death Watch

Death Watch

The Death Watch is a violent splinter group determined to carry on the warrior traditions of Mandalore's past. They were, for a time, secretly backed by the Separatist Alliance.

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Tal Merrik

Tal Merrik

Tal Merrik served as Senator of Kalevala, a planet in Mandalore's system. He seemed loyal to Duchess Satine, but looks can be deceiving.

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