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"Salvage the remaining arms and withdraw the army. Bring them to Agamar."
―Count Dooku, to General Kalani after the Battle of Onderon[src]

Agamar was a barren, rocky planet[3] located in the Agamar system[2] within the Outer Rim Territories of the galaxy.[1] By the second year of the Clone Wars, the world was under the control of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Count Dooku ordered General Kalani to retreat to Agamar following his defeat at the Battle of Onderon.[4] Because of Kalani's override of the droid shutdown signal, an isolated group of Separatist holdouts remained on the planet until well into the reign of the Galactic Empire.[2] Izak Anzio, a ranger who enlisted in the Imperial Academy program, was native to Agamar.[5]

Two years before the Battle of Yavin, the former Clone Captain Rex and the Lothal rebels traveled to Agamar to salvage proton bombs for the rebellion. Rex along with Kanan Jarrus, Ezra Bridger, and Garazeb Orrelios were quickly captured by Kalani and his B1 battle droids. Kalani forced the rebels to take part in a combat simulation in order to end the Clone Wars as a Separatist victory. The rebels managed to survive the battle droids and Ezra managed to convince Kalani and Rex to make peace. The rebels and Separatist droids then joined forces to escape an Imperial assault force with the help of Chopper.[2]

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Behind the scenesEdit

Agamar first appeared in The Farlander Papers, a companion book written by Rusel DeMaria[6] that was included in the limited edition version of the 1993 Star Wars Legends video game Star Wars: X-Wing.[7] It became canon when it was mentioned in "Tipping Points," the fifth episode of the canon animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars' fifth season,[4] which originally aired on October 27, 2012.[8]

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