28 standard hours
391 local days
Type I (Breathable)
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Less than 1 million
- "Will you quit complaining, Han! At least the rain's stopped!"
"Yeah! Now we're into Daluuj's fog season! It's just as wet…but we don't have to see how miserable this planet is!"
- ―Luke Skywalker and Han Solo
Admiral Ackbar crashed on the planet while en route from Mon Calamari to Yavin 4 around 0 ABY. Princess Leia Organa and Han Solo had just rescued Luke Skywalker and C-3PO from his wrecked smuggling ship on Hoth when they intercepted the distress signal sent out from the Admiral's transport.
Following the trail of the Admiral's escape pod to Daluuj, the Millennium Falcon managed to enter the planet's storm-wracked atmosphere, narrowly missing the gun turret of an Imperial fort in the process. Captain Solo set the Falcon down on what appeared at first to be an ordinary mud plain, only to find out too late that it was in fact a lake occupied by two giant worms that quickly twined themselves about the stricken ship, dragging it to the bottom of the lake.
Only with the assistance of Admiral Ackbar and his fellow Mon Calamari were the Rebels able to raise the Falcon and evade the Imperial forces led by Commander Orlok. In doing so, the Rebels lured Orlok's ground-skimmers across the mud lake, trapping him and his stormtroopers in the coils of the giant mud-worms that had previously held the Falcon, and thus make their escape.
In 137 ABY, it was the location of the ambush on Daluuj where a conclave of four of the last remaining Jedi, including Wolf Sazen, Shado Vao, and Ahn Rasi Tuum, was held before being attacked by the Sith. At this location, hundreds of impaled droid heads stood on sticks as for a ritual. The droids were most probably impaled by the Yuuzhan Vong. Cade Skywalker would return to Daluuj during his hunt for Vul Izen along with his master Wolf Sazen and his crew.
Daluuj had a sparse population of humans and various other species spread out in villages and small cities. The population also included Yuuzhan Vong, who usually lived in isolation away from other settlements.
Behind the scenesEdit
The name "Daluuj" is almost certainly a play on the word "deluge," which is defined as a massive planetary flood.
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