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[Clone Wars]
Events that occur between 22 years and 19 years before the Battle of Yavin.

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Matthew Stover
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Short Story (2003, 2004)

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Shortly after the Clone Wars began at the battle of Geonosis, the Separatists moved on to the planet Haruun Kal, a jungle world who's system, Al'Har, is a key hyperspace junction, connecting several Separatist worlds together. While the system is not the most important militarily, Haruun Kal's native population is mostly Force-sensitive, a resource that the Republic had to keep from the Separatist government. As the Separatists moved on world, the Republic's army could not afford to maintain a large military presence on Haruun Kal. Instead, the Jedi Council sent a Jedi, Depa Billaba, to train resistance fighters to force the Separatists off world. They ultimately succeeded. Depa however, remained out of contact, and when a hologram appeared, implicating Depa with the murder of civilians, Jedi Master Mace Windu went personally to apprehend his former Padawan learner.

This story is included in the paperback edition of Shatterpoint.

This story occurs 6 months after the Battle of Geonosis, approximately 21 and a half years before the Battle of Yavin.

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