33 standard hours
206 local days
Oxygen mix, Type I (breathable)
Tropical to temperate
|Points of interest|
Foodstuff, medicine, water
- "There's an ocean planet... Home to Nautolans... Glee Anselm?"
- ―Mace Windu
Glee Anselm (water planet in the Mid Rim. The planet's surface was largely covered in water or swamps, with only a few clear landmasses spotting the surface. The planet had very frequent season changes, causing it to be ravaged by intense storms and hurricanes. The climate was moderate most of the standard year round.) was a peaceful
The planet was home to two natural species, the Nautolan and the Anselmi. Both races evolved naturally on the planet, the Nautolans under the water and the Anselmi on what few landmasses there were. The competitions for land probably led to the Anselmi turning into a warlike race. However, as the Nautolans gradually came to the surface and acquired land, they were able to use their natural abilities and strength to ward off the Anselmi. As a result, the Nautolans made up the majority of the population, since there were very few Anselmi left on the planet; the latter's numbers continued to diminish due to internal warfare.
Glee Anselm was represented in the Galactic Senate by Darsana, who was appointed to the Loyalist Committee. Jedi Master Kit Fisto also hailed from Glee Anselm. During the waning years of the Galactic Republic, the Star Tours travel agency offered trips to Glee Anselm and a battle was fought on the planet during the Clone Wars.
After the fall of the Empire, the newly-established New Republic set up a basic form of government on the planet. This system of government had ten councilors, each one with their own specific responsibility (for example: Trade/Commerce, Diplomacy, Social Affairs, and Environmental Issues).
Glee Anselm escaped invasion by the Yuuzhan Vong during their invasion of the galaxy, though many nearby systems fell prey to the vicious alien invaders. The system would serve as a platform for the both the Republic and the Imperial Remnant to attack Vong occupied Bilbringi.
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