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Name: Dagobah
Type: Terrestrial
Temperature: Hot
Atmosphere: Type I (Breathable)
Hydrosphere: Moist
Gravity: Standard
Terrain: Swamp, Bogs, Jungles
Length of Day: 23 Standard Hours
Length of Year: 341 Local Days
Sapient Species: None
Starport: None
Population: None
Planet Function: Unexplored
Government: None
Tech Level: Stone
Trade Routes: None
Major Exports: None
Major Imports: None
Settlements: None
Points of Interest: Yoda’s Hut, Dark Side Cave, Mount Yoda, Dragonsnake Bog
Flora: Adder moss, Blackvine, Fungus, Gnarltree, Herbs, Lahdia plant, Rootleaf, Stickle tree, Swamp squash, Yarum seed, Yoghurt plant
Fauna: Accipiptero, Bogwing, Butcherbug, Dagobah python, Dragonsnake, Elephoth, Leaf-tail, Jubba bird, Knobby white spider, Marsh spider, Nudj, Pikobi, Posenaur, Scrange, Silver-nape beetle, Sleen, Smooka, Spiny bograt, Spotlight sloth, Swamp slug, Vine snake

System Data

Region: Outer Rim Territories
Sector: Sluis Sector
System Name: Dagobah System
Star Name: Darlo
Star Type: White

Background: Dagobah was a planet in the Sluis sector of the Outer Rim Territories. It was a hot and humid world that had a lot of life. The planet was mysterious, mist-shrouded, and swampy, primarily covered in swamps and bogs, with countless shallow lakes, lagoons, and multiple living caves. It shared a mysterious time-related quality with such locales as Mortis and Ahch-To. Dagobah’s continental and oceanic crusts were only vaguely defined, with little volcanic activity or earthquakes. Dagobah was home to many creatures, such as bogwings, dragonsnakes, butcherbugs, sleens, vine snakes, and swamp slugs. Examples of flora included the lahdia plant, the yoghurt plant, gnarltree, and yarum seed. The planet had two seasons: a dry season and a wet season. During the peak of the long dry season (over half an orbit after the rains end), the uplands become too hot for most lifeforms to survive. It necessitated anyone who lived there to migrate to the lower lands. The lowlands, once inundated, revert to a marshy swamp once again under the rapidly leafing canopies of the gnarltrees that emerge from the receding green and thick waters. As the air grows more humid, the gray overcast clouds return. Before another quarter orbit passes, the planet is far enough away from its sun that the dry season ends and the rains return, again flooding the lowlands and covering the trees in water, making the uplands habitable once more. There were no advanced or indigenous civilizations of sentients on Dagobah.

Appearances: The Clone Wars, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Episode VI: The Return of the Jedi

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