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An idyllic, even if rough, world located in the Outer Rim Territories on the Hydian Way, Mandalore (or Manda’yaim as it is known locally) is the traditional home of the Mandalorian peoples.

A world of varied ecosystems, ranging from deserts and arctic tundra to forests and grassland, Mandalore is a lush, largely untouched world that many would consider a paradise if not for the dangerous wildlife and equally dangerous locals. Boasting a relatively small population of only eight million, Mandalore has seen continued economic growth and prosperity since the end of the Yuuzhan Vong war with its main exports consisting of weapons, starships and elite mercenaries.

Possessing few major settlements, Mandalore’s capital is the city of Keldabe (‘citadel’ in Mando’a), a fortress city located on a flat granite hill, nestled in a bend in the Kelita river. The city itself is built from a mishmash of materials, namely wood, stone, metal and others. Keldabe itself boasts few recognisable landmarks. The few that exist are MandalMotors Tower, MandalMotors Hall, the Oyu’baat Tapcaff aswell as the local market, located infront of the Oyu’baat.

“Manda’yaim”, as it is known to the locals, has served as the cultural homeworld for the Mandalorian people for many millennia. Never being heavily populated or developed in comparison to other worlds in the galaxy, Mandalore is a vibrant if rugged jewel covered in various thriving ecosystems.


Physical Information


  • Type 1 (Breathable)


  • Varied


  • Standard

Primary Terrain:

  • Forests

Societal Information

Immigrated Species:

  • Numerous, mostly Human


  • 10¬†Million

Major Cities:

  • Keldabe (Capital)
  • Enceri
  • Norg Bral

Major Imports:

  • Raw Materials

Major Exports:

  • Starships
  • Mercenaries

Points of Interest:

  • MandalMotors Tower
  • City of Bone
  • Kelita River
  • Kyrimorut

Astrographical Information


  • Outer Rim¬†Territories


  • Mandalore


  • Mandalore


  • Mandalore

Orbital Position:

  • 1


  • 2

Grid Co-Ordinates:

Rotation Period:

  • 19 Hours

Orbital Period:

  • 366 Days