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The Mon Calamari Council, sometimes known as Dac Council or Calamarian Council, was the governing body on the planet Dac, made up of both Mon Calamari and Quarren which represented their respective cities. An example was Gial Ackbar, the representative from Coral City.
After the rise of the Separatist Movement, Count Dooku visited Mon Calamari. Judging them to be advanced, Dooku offered the world membership in the Confederacy of Independent Systems, but the Council formally rejected his offer. Dooku decided to neutralize this potential threat, and allied himself with Tikkes to take the power from the Council.
During the Clone Wars, the Council was briefly overturned by the Quarren Isolation League. However, the Mon Calamari Knights, with a little help from the Jedi Council, allowed the Calamarian Council to retain their power.
They could not, however, resist Emperor Palpatine, and became a part of the Galactic Empire soon after that. However, after the Battle of Yavin, the Council agreed to become a part of the Rebel Alliance.
They were fearing Imperial retribution, especially when Administrator Seegree disappeared. The Council feared that he had been kidnapped by Imperial forces, but joined a task force to locate him.
During the Galactic Civil War, Imperial infiltrators were dispatched to disrupt the planet's supplying the Rebel Alliance with starships. The team successfully caused a series of suspicious accidents in the farium mining operation in Morjanssik on Mon Calamari. The Mon Calamari Council divided along species lines over the cause of the accidents and became politically paralyzed. The Council's Mon Calamari members suspected Imperial involvement, while the Council's Quarren members refuted the allegations, which they believed called into question the competence of the Quarren miners that operated the mine.
After the Battle of Endor and the reborn Emperor's attacks on their planet, one of the World Devastators, the Nullifier-5, sunk on the Algae Sward. The Council decided that salvaging it was too expensive, so it was only deactivated. However, a time after that, the Nullifier-5 began to suffer leaks and threatened to poison the Algae Sward, so the Council asked an independent team to solve this problem.
- Star Wars: Clone Wars – "Chapter 5" (First appearance) (First identified as Mon Calamari Council)
- Star Wars: Clone Wars PhotoComic
- "Fierce Currents"—Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures Volume 1
- Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 15:01:03 (Mentioned only)
- Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 15:01:13
- Death in the Undercity (First mentioned)
- (Reprint) (Mentioned only)
- Legacy 22: The Wrath of the Dragon
- The Star Wars Sourcebook (As "Calamarian Council")
- Dark Empire Sourcebook
- Star Wars Sourcebook, Second Edition
- Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds
- Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption: Prima Official Game Guide
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars Comic UK 6.26
- The Essential Atlas
- The Essential Guide to Warfare
- Strongholds of Resistance