Attack on the Envoy

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Final battles of the Great Galactic War


Bombing of the Senate Tower

Attack on the Envoy

Cold War


3653 BBY


Kuat sector


Galactic Republic

Sith Empire


Jedi Master Dar'Nala

Captain Sivill


Several Imperial commandos

Shortly after the signing of the Treaty of Coruscant, the Republic transport ship Envoy was attacked by Sith Imperial forces. The surprise attack was orchestrated by the Jedi Master Dar'Nala as part of her conspiracy to destabilize the Treaty and reignite the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Empire. While the Envoy was in transit through the Kuat sector, an Imperial battlecruiser under the command of Captain Sivill of the Sith Navy intercepted the transport. Hoping to frame the encounter as an act of Imperial aggression against the Republic, Dar'Nala ordered the Envoy to fire on the cruiser. Sivill responded by exchanging fire and leading a boarding team onto the Republic transport. Dar'Nala met the team on the Envoy's bridge and feigned resistance when Captain Sivill moved to incarcerate her. In reality, the Jedi Master planned to be taken hostage so she could gain access to the Sith cruiser and to give her companion, Jedi Knight Satele Shan, an opportunity to escape and tell the Republic of the Empire's offenses.

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Settling the Great War
(3653 BBY)
Alderaan peace conference · Riots · Balmorra · First Dantooine
The Envoy · Senate bombing · Second Dantooine
Jostling for advantage
(3653–c. 3643 BBY)
Mindor · Voss · Ilum · Taris Resettlement Initiative · First Hutta
Baralou · Second Hutta · Sebaddon
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(c. 3643–3642 BBY)
Fount of Rajivari · Flesh Raider uprising
Merchants' Guild Crisis · Esseles · SpecForce Incident
Desolator crisis · Dark Plague crisis · Vesla system
Hunt for the Eagle · Hunt for Jaesa Willsaam
Dromund Kaas slave rebellion
Aaeton · Allusis · Ando Prime · Archenar asteroid field
Balosar system · Brentaal Star · Cademimu V · Drexel system
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Operation Silent Roar · Operation: Derelict
Operation: Etching Wheel · Operation: Glass Knife
Pakuuni system · Polith system · Red Reaper · Rhinnal
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