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Faceted aurodium

"Credits? Pre-Empire would be mostly worthless now…Aurodium? Wupiupi coins?"
Reveth, listing possible loot[src]

Aurodium was a type of golden metal rarer than gold,[1] which also existed in the form of a blue crystal. It found use in the modification of equipment as well as luxury items such as trophies and earrings.[2] It was rumored that alchemical forges on the planet Ossus were used to turn lead into aurodium.[3]

Han Solo was in possession of aurodium-plated dice during his time as a scrumrat on Corellia.[4] During the cold war, the pilot Kazuda Xiono won a trophy made of aurodium from a race.[5] After the Battle of Starkiller Base, General Leia Organa wore a pair of golden aurodium earrings.[6]


A trophy made of aurodium

Behind the scenesEdit

Aurodium first appeared in the Star Wars Legends novel Rogue Planet, released on May 2, 2000.[7] It was introduced to Star Wars canon in the video game Star Wars: Uprising.[2] Aurodium features in the non-canon video game Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes as the most expensive datapack type.

The metal's name was inspired by the real chemical element gold and its symbol in the periodic table of elements: Au.[1]


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