|Points of interest|
This remote area largely consisted of a number of canyons that wound their way around a number of large mesas and was situated near the Dune Sea. The nomadic Tusken Raiders and the Jundland Waste Womp Rat inhabited the area and in the native parlance, "Jundland" meant "No Man's Land". Several layers of rocks within the Wastes were tilted indicating graben formations. They also contained magnetic deposits which obscured sensors.
During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the Jundland Wastes were effectively split into two different territories. The region to the north of the canyon known as The Wound, including Drevia Outpost, Outpost Salara, Outpost Largona, and Espelar, was allied with the Republic, while the southern region, including Mos Anek, Outpost Rennar, and Outpost Varath, was under Imperial occupation.
It would become somewhat famous as the place where Anakin Skywalker slaughtered an entire tribe of Sand People, and decades later the place where Luke Skywalker would first meet Obi-Wan Kenobi after being attacked by Tusken Raiders.
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