|Third moon of Naboo|
Behind the scenesEdit
The first mention of the third moon of Naboo is in Secrets of Naboo, a reference book written by Steve Miller and J.D. Wiker and illustrated by Matt Busch, Albert Yu and Kurt Kaufman and released on February, 2001.
In the 2003 massively multiplayer online-role playing game Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided, the three moons of Naboo could be seen from the surface. However, none of the moons were specifically identified from this vantage point. With the release of the Jump to Lightspeed expansion pack in 2004, the three moons of Naboo could yet again be seen from space. One of these moons was clearly identified as Rori in the Star Wars Galaxies Memory Book. This would mean that the other two moons depicted in space were Ohma-D'un and the third moon, however it is yet again impossible to determine which one was which. The game, developed by Sony Online Entertainment and published by LucasArts, was shut down on December 15, 2011.