Pamarthe was an Outer Rim planet that was home to the human culture known as the Pamarthens, who were known for being excellent pilots, as well as for their courage and gusto. Pamarthen pilots were often recruited by neighboring worlds for racing or for military service, and in the early days of the Galactic Empire many flocked to join the Imperial Navy, as they did not understand the Galactic Republic's decision to use clone soldiers and were eager for new battles. However, after the destruction of Alderaan—which most Pamarthens saw as a foul act of cowardice—hundreds deserted to join the Rebel Alliance. Pamarthe was covered by a massive ocean dotted by rugged islands, connected by stone, wood or rope bridges and a fleet of small watercraft.
Pamarthen cuisine was noted for being particularly pungent, even by Galactic standards. Their quintessential intoxicant, the high-octane alcoholic beverage Port in a Storm, was renowned for its extraordinary potency - the few non-native Pamarthens who dared to try it were typically left temporarily incapacitated from even just a small drink.
Unique to Pamarthe was its old system of bridges made of wood and stone, connected by rope. They were replaced on an as-needed basis, and were used to keep out potential invaders.
Young Pamarthens grew up to be starfighter pilots, but they learned to pilot watercraft first.
Pamarthens were known to have thick accents which placed heavy emphasis on the letter R.
Joph Seastriker visited this world with Pamarthen native Greer Sonnel on a mission from Senator Leia Organa. Senator Organa tasked with finding any connection between the many pilots recruited from Pamarthe and the Nikto cartel operations being run on the planet Daxam IV.
- Leia, Princess of Alderaan
- "Scorched"—Star Wars Insider 165 (First mentioned)
- Bloodline (First appearance)
- Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition (Mentioned only)