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Nights of Ryscate and Diamonds was the famous last work of the celebrated Corellian author Custo Ramak, written on his deathbed. The book was a deeply sentimental autobiographical account of his hedonistic and luxurious lifestyle in Coronet City, the capital city of his homeworld Corellia. Published well before the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Nights of Ryscate and Diamonds became particularly famous after Ramak's death, and over the years hundreds of young artists were drawn to Coronet City in search of the fortune and fame described within.[1]

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Nights of Ryscate and Diamonds was first mentioned in the Codex entry for Coronet City in Star Wars: The Old Republic, a video game released by BioWare and LucasArts in 2011. The work's name is a misspelled reference[1] to ryshcate, a Corellian pastry used to mark special occasions.[2]

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