Wikia

Wookieepedia

Nigel III

Talk2
114,683pages on
this wiki
Thrawn

Anyone can make an error. But that error doesn't become a mistake until you refuse to correct it.

This comprehensive article has been deemed sufficiently below CA standards by the EduCorps and will have its status removed if not up to standards within one week after this template was added to this article.

Please see this article's entry for discussion of the matter. Do not remove this tag until voting is complete.

Nigel III
Astrographical information
Region

Expansion Region[1]

Sector

Kira sector[1]

System

Nigel system[1]

Grid coordinates

N-16[1]

Physical information



Primary terrain

Dry land, oceans[2]

Surface water

Some[2]

Societal information





Affiliation

Galactic Empire[2]

A planet in the Kira sector of the Expansion Region, Nigel III had an Imperial presence in the form of a base. Officer Lynx Reglis was stationed there.

DescriptionEdit

Nigel III was a planet in the Nigel system of the Kira sector, part of the Expansion Region.[1] It had oceans and dry areas.[2]

HistoryEdit

The planet was discovered by the galactic community at some point between 8000 and 5500 BBY.[3] For a brief period of time during the Clone Wars, the area of space containing Nigel III was considered to be under the political hegemony of the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[4] During the Imperial Period, the Galactic Empire maintained a military presence on the planet.[2] The government of Nigel III monitored inbound and outbound starship traffic through its port authority, and the Bureau of Ships and Services had an office on the world.[5]

Imperial officer Lynx Reglis was stationed on Nigel III's Imperial base, where she in her spare time enjoyed several recreational activities, including ocean cruises and nature hikes.[2] The pilot Duan Zorn found himself under arrest by Nigel III authorities after failing to pay port fees and stealing the Kazellis-class light freighter Longrunner.[5]

Behind the scenesEdit

Nigel III was introduced in Stock Ships (1997), a supplement to the Star Wars Roleplaying Game published by West End Games. Aside from a brief list entry for the Nigel system in The Essential Atlas (2009) and its Online Companion, the planet has not been referenced in any other Star Wars products.

SourcesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki