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The Wayland trap was orchestrated by Darth Maladi in order to capture Cade Skywalker and use him as a test subject for a new creation of hers which she hoped to use to gain domination over the One Sith.

PreludeEdit

Following Cade Skywalker's betrayal of Azlyn Rae and Bantha and Droo Rawk on Kiffex, Skywalker and his crew decided to lay low for a while. Leaving the planet, the Mynock flew to Zeltros, the homeworld of mechanic Deliah Blue, where Hutt Queen Jool, a friend of theirs, had just opened a Paradise cantina.

Meanwhile, Darth Maladi maintained a secret laboratory on Wayland. Years earlier, the planet was selected as part of the Ossus Project, a massive undertaking orchestrated by the New Jedi Order to heal and restore worlds devastated during the Yuuzhan Vong War. Led by Cade's father, Kol, and Master Shaper Nei Rin, Yuuzhan Vong Shapers, overseen by Jedi escorts, set to work, and the initial results were wondrous to behold. However, agents of the One Sith, including Sith Lady Darth Maladi and rogue Yuuzhan Vong shaper Zenoc Quah, secretly sabotaged the terraforming processes under the orders of Darth Krayt. Soon on Wayland, the world's lush vegetation underwent mutations of a kind not seen since the Vong forcibly took populations as slaves for shaping. Painful bony growths sprouted from the skin of the natives in a plague that affected all the terraformed worlds, bringing the project to a catastrophic end.

Following the death of Darth Krayt on Had Abbadon, Maladi feared that she would be disposed if someone new usurped power. With Quah's help, Maladi succeeded in creating a new bioweapon she hoped to use to take power herself.

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Notes and referencesEdit

Second Imperial Civil War
(130138 ABY)
Galactic timeline

Previous: Sith–Imperial War (127130 ABY)

Concurrent: Third Jedi Purge (130 ABY—)

Next: Darth Wredd's insurgency
(138 ABY139 ABY)

Battles of the Second Imperial Civil War
Emerging Rebellions
(137 ABY)
First Daluuj · Socorro · First Bastion · First Borosk · Vendaxa
First The Wheel · First Ossus · Munto Codru · Second Bastion
First Coruscant · Second Ossus · Second Coruscant
First Dac · Iego · Prakith · Second Dac · First Taivas · Third Dac
Fourth Dac · First Had Abbadon · Fifth Dac · Second Had Abbadon
Alliance Solidified
(137 ABY)
Ralltiir · Tatooine · Napdu · Arkanis sector · Sixth Dac
First Agamar · Seventh Dac · Wayland · Second Agamar · Eighth Dac
SithImperial Push
(138 ABY)
Second Daluuj · Da Soocha · Korriban · Utapau
Third Coruscant · Vinsoth · Falleen · Second Borosk
Second The Wheel · Second Taivas · Fourth Coruscant
Related topics and articles
Empire-in-exile · Galactic Alliance Remnant · New Jedi Order · Alliance
Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire · One Sith · Cade Skywalker · Jariah Syn · Deliah Blue
Roan Fel · Marasiah Fel · Imperial Knights · Antares Draco · Treis Sinde · Gar Stazi
Jedi High Council · Hidden Temple · K'Kruhk · T'ra Saa · Rawk · Wolf Sazen · Shado Vao
Darth Krayt · Darth Wyyrlok · Darth Nihl · Darth Talon · Darth Maladi · Vul Isen · Viral spore
Celeste Morne · Muur Talisman · Morlish Veed · Morrigan Corde · Rulf Yage · Gunn Yage · Rav
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