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Encyclopedia > Dates in Star Wars

Fans of the Star Wars fictional universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) reckoned at the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In this dating system, BBY stands for Before the Battle of Yavin, and ABY stands for After the Battle of Yavin, so 50 BBY would come before 5 ABY, and 45 BBY would come after 50 BBY, much as in BC and AD. Occasionally, the defeat of the Empire at the Battle of Endor (four years after Yavin) has been used as an alternate starting year, but has generally been phased out in favor of the current standard system. When Bantam Spectra held the license for Star Wars novels, they described their books as after Endor, but Del Rey, the current license-holder, exclusively uses ABY. Image File history File links Information. ... Fans of Janet Jackson, at Much Music in Toronto The word fan refers to someone who has an intense, occasionally overwhelming liking of a person, group of persons, work of art, idea, or trend. ... Star Wars is an epic science fantasy saga and fictional universe created by George Lucas during the late 1970s. ... A fictional universe is a cohesive imaginary world that serves as the setting or backdrop for one or (more commonly) multiple works of fiction. ... Note that this article includes some hyperlinked dates whose format is configurable in Special pages | Preferences. What you see may not be what the author intended. ... Combatants Galactic Empire Rebel Alliance Commanders Grand Moff Tarkin † Darth Vader Admiral Motti † General Tagge Chief Bast General Dodonna General Willard Garven Dreis (Red Leader)† John Vander (Gold Leader)† Admiral Ackbar (Supreme Commander of the Rebel Alliance Fleet) Strength TIE Fighters Darth Vaders TIE Advanced Death Star heavy, medium... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... BC may stand for: Before Christ (see Anno Domini) : an abbreviation used to refer to a year before the beginning of the year count that starts with the supposed year of the birth of Jesus. ... Dionysius Exiguus invented Anno Domini years to date Easter. ... The Battle of Endor was the climactic battle depicted in the 1983 film, Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. ... Bantam Spectra is the science-fiction division of Bantam Books, which is owned by Random House. ... Del Rey Books is a branch of Ballantine Books, which is owned by Random House. ...


Note: In-universe, this dating system is used almost exclusively by the Rebel Alliance/New Republic. The earlier Galactic Empire preferred to date events from the Great Resynchronization of 35 BBY, or from the Emperor's ascension to the throne (19 BBY). Originally, the Old Republic dated years from the Ruusan Reformation of 1,000 BBY. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, is an interstellar terrorist force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... The New Republic (officially The New Galactic Republic) is a fictional government in Star Wars. ... The Galactic Empire is the main antagonist in the Star Wars universe. ... In the Star Wars universe, the Great Resynchronization is an arbitrary date chosen by the Republic Measures and Standards Bureau to recalibrate the disparate dating systems used by the Galactic Republic. ... Palpatine is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... The Ruusan Reformation was a fictional event in the Star Wars universe when the Republic Measures and Standards Bureau reset the year zero to year of the Battle of Ruusan, which is 1,000 BBY by the current date system. ...


A galactic year, based on the length of a year on Coruscant, is 368 standard days, one standard day being a time period of equal length as a day on Coruscant (43 hours of 23 minutes). It is composed of 10 months. A year (from Old English gēr) is the time between two recurrences of an event related to the orbit of the Earth around the Sun. ... Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Look up day in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... The hour (symbol: h) is a unit of time. ... Bold text:This article is about the written record of a meeting. ... In Egyptian mythology, Month is an alternate spelling for Menthu. ...

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Time measurement in the Star Wars galaxy

In the official continuity’s Star Wars universe (based on Coruscant’s rotation): Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ...

  • 1 year = 10 months (350 days) + 3 festival weeks (15 days) + 3 holidays (3 days) = 368 days
  • 1 month = 7 weeks = 35 days
  • 1 week = 5 days
  • 1 day = 43 hours
  • 1 hour = 23 minutes

The year

The Tapani Sector's year

By the Tapani Sector's domestic calendar, which is Galactic Standard with local names, the year flows as follows:

  • Month 1: Elona
  • Month 2: Kelona
    • Holiday 1: Tapani Day
  • Month 3: Selona
    • Festival Week 1: Expansion Week
  • Month 4: Telona
  • Month 5: Nelona
    • Holiday 2: Productivity Day
  • Month 6: Helona
    • Festival Week 2: Shelova Week
  • Month 7: Melona
  • Month 8: Yelona
    • Holiday 3: Harvest Day
  • Month 9: Relona (The Freeworlds Region of the Tapani Sector also recognizes Relona 10 - 15 as Independence Week.)
  • Month 10: Welona
    • Festival Week 3: Winter Fete

The Galactic year

  • From the above information, we can extrapolate that the year, whether Tapani-named or not, in the Star Wars galaxy as follows:
    • 2 months
    • 1 holiday
    • 1 month
    • 1 festival week
    • 2 months
    • 1 holiday
    • 1 month
    • 1 festival week
    • 2 months
    • 1 holiday
    • 2 months
    • 1 festival week

The week

  • The week flows as follows:
    • Day 1: Atunda
    • Day 2: Katunda
    • Day 3: Satunda
    • Day 4: Datunda
    • Day 5: Natunda

Film Timeline

Continuity date Title Real-world date
32 BBY Episode I: The Phantom Menace 1999-05-19
22 BBY Episode II: Attack of the Clones 2002-05-16
22-21 BBY Clone Wars Volume 1 2003-11-07 - 2005-03-25
20-19 BBY Clone Wars Volume 2 2003-11-07 - 2005-03-25
19 BBY Episode III: Revenge of the Sith 2005-05-19
15 BBY Droids: The Pirates And The Prince 1985-09-07 - 1986-06-07
15 BBY Droids: Treasure Of The Hidden Planet 1985-09-07 - 1986-06-07
1.5 BBY Ewoks: The Haunted Village 1985-09-07 - 1987-01-10
1.5 BBY Ewoks: Tales From The Endor Woods 1985-09-07 - 1987-01-10
0 BBY Episode IV: A New Hope 1977-05-25
0 BBY Star Tours 1987-01-09
1 ABY The Star Wars Holiday Special 1978-11-17
3 ABY Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back 1980-05-21
3.5 ABY Ewoks: The Battle for Endor 1985-11-24
4 ABY Episode VI: Return of the Jedi 1983-05-25
4.5 ABY Ewoks: Caravan of Courage 1984-11-25

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Timeline of Star Wars History

Before the Battle of Yavin (BBY)

  • > 7,500,000,000 BBY
    • The Big Bang occurs, which leads to the formation of the universe.
  • c. 3,000,000,000 BBY
  • c. 2,000,000,000 BBY
    • The Oseon System forms. A rogue star is believed to have passed too close to the system, disrupting the planet formation and creating an abnormally large asteroid belt.
  • c. 100,000 BBY
    • The planet Coruscant is now covered entirely by its principal city, later known as the Galactic City.
    • The ancient Sith civilization begins to develop on the planet Korriban.
    • The Jedi rise.
  • c.95,000 BBY
    • The lower 40-50 levels of (present day) Coruscant see the sun for the last time.
  • c. 28,000 BBY
    • After a protracted civil war, a plague affecting only the Rakata causes the Infinite Empire to collapse.
  • c. 25,200 BBY
    • The Force is rediscovered by many groups across the galaxy.
    • The Killiks are forced to leave Alderaan, and head to the Unknown Regions.
  • c. 25,100 BBY
    • Xim the Despot is killed while battling the Hutts at Vontor, ending his tyrannic reign over the Tion Hegemony.
  • c. 25,000 BBY
    • Hyperdrive is rediscovered.
    • The Unification Wars are fought.
    • The Galactic Constitution is signed. After the signing of this constitution the Galactic Republic and the Jedi Order are founded. Coruscant becomes the Republic's capital.
  • c. 24,500 BBY
    • The first war between the Jedi, the First Great Schism, begins when some of their number are drawn to the dark side.
  • c. 24,400 BBY
    • The Dark Jedi, known as the Legions of Lettow, lose the war and are exiled from the Republic.
    • A prophecy tells of a Chosen One who will bring "balance to the Force."
  • c. 8,000 BBY
    • The Republic colonizes the planet Malastare. Gran colonists arrive over the following centuries and begin to displace the native Dugs.
  • c. 7,000 BBY
    • The beginning of the Second Great Schism: the Hundred-Year Darkness.
  • c. 6,900 BBY
    • The Hundred-Year Darkness presumably ends. The rebellious Dark Jedi are exiled from Republic space. In the realms beyond the Republic's reach they found the Sith Empire, which remains unknown to rest of the galaxy for almost two thousand years.
  • c. 5,500 BBY
    • The first leg of the Rimma Trade Route is established by Tapani Sector merchants.
  • c. 4,400 BBY
    • The Jedi Knight Freedon Nadd falls to the Dark Side, learning the secrets of the Sith from the Dark Lord Naga Sadow, and becomes the ruler of the planet Onderon.
  • 4,250 BBY
    • The Third Great Schism: the Vultar Cataclysm.
  • 3,998 BBY
    • The Jedi impose order on Onderon, sealing away Freedon Nadd's tomb on the demon-moon Dxun within a container of Mandalorian iron. The heirs to the Empress Teta system begin dabbling in Sith magic, stealing an ancient tome from a Coruscantan museum. The two cousins, Satal and Aleema Keto, become corrupted by the Sith lore and Freedon Nadd's ghost.
  • 3,997 BBY
    • The two heirs, aided by dark Sith magic, stage a coup, assuming control of the seven planets of the Empress Teta system. A civil war rages, and the Old Republic dispatches a military task force assisted by Jedi to restore peace. Exar Kun discovers Freedon Nadd's tomb, and goes to Korriban, where he is corrupted. The Jedi meet at Ossus, where in the discussions on the recent resurgence of the Dark side, Satal and Aleema unleash their Tetan war droids on the Jedi, killing Ulic Qel-Droma's master, Arca Jeth. Exar Kun sets up base on Yavin 4 with Qel-Droma after destroying the spirit of Freedon Nadd.
  • 3,996 BBY
    • The Great Sith War. Fallen Jedi Ulic Qel-Droma and Exar Kun lead a war against the Republic, but are defeated by the Republic and light-sided Jedi.
  • 3,986 BBY
    • Ulic Qel-Droma is killed.
  • c. 3,983 BBY
    • The Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders begin to conquer worlds in the Outer Rim. The Jedi Council forbids involvement by the Jedi until the problem has been assessed.
  • 3,976 BBY
    • Brianna the Handmaiden and Mical the Disciple are born. The Miraluka Visas Marr is born on Katarr.
  • 3,974 BBY
  • 3,964 BBY
    • Knights of the Old Republic: Comic Series
      • Zayne Carrick is framed for the murder of his fellow Padawan classmates at the Jedi Academy on Taris.
  • 3,963 BBY
  • 3,960 BBY
    • The Mandalorian Wars end. A Jedi serving Revan as general, later called the Exile, willfully severs all ties to the Force to end the pain caused by the thousands of deaths at the Battle of Malachor V. The Exile is called to Coruscant to answer for defying the Jedi Council, and is banished when the Council learns of the general's willful abandonment of the Force.
    • Revan and Malak disappear. Shortly after this time, Revan and Malak fall to the Dark Side, each assuming the title of Sith Lord and adding Darth to their names. The tradition of using "Darth" as a prefix for a Sith name is used often, but certainly not by all Sith Lords for the next 3,000 years.
    • HK-47 is built by Revan.
  • 3,959 BBY
    • Revan and Malak, who have been seduced by the dark side, declare war on the Republic. Only the Battle Meditation of Bastila Shan staves off certain defeat.
  • 3,955 BBY
    • Revan disappears into the Unknown Regions to destroy the threat of the "true Sith."
  • c. 3,900 BBY
    • The planet Naboo is colonized by settlers from Grizmalt.
  • 2,000 BBY
    • A rogue Jedi absconds from the order with a stolen Holocron and starts a new Sith Order that engages the Jedi for the next thousand years. The New Sith War begins, lasting for over a thousand years.
  • 1,031 BBY
    • The Battle of Ruusan. The remaining Sith are exterminated on Ruusan, with the exception of Darth Bane, who starts a new Sith Order with only one master and one apprentice at a time. Furthermore as part of his own reformation of the Sith Order, Darth Bane institutes the tradition that all Sith names shall begin with "Darth", a previously common but not universal appellation. The site of the final confrontation of the battle becomes the legendary Valley of the Jedi.
    • The Senate passes the Ruusan Reformation, setting the year of the Battle of Ruusan to the year zero.
  • 1,000 BBY
    • Thousand year peace begins, Jedi Order accepts new laws.
  • 896 BBY
    • Yoda, arguably the greatest Jedi Master ever to exist, is born on an unknown planet. He is discovered by the Jedi, and begins his training in infancy.
  • 490 BBY
    • The Corporate Sector Authority, a free-enterprise fiefdom of the galaxy, is founded to free the Senate and corporate moneymakers from each other.
  • 102 BBY
    • Count Dooku is born to an aristocratic family on Serenno. He is discovered by the Jedi, and begins his training in infancy.
  • 92 BBY
    • Qui-Gon Jinn is born on an unknown planet. He is discovered by the Jedi, and begins his training in infancy.
  • 72 BBY
    • Mace Windu is born on Haruun Kal. He is discovered by the Jedi and begins his training at infancy.
    • Shmi Skywalker is born
  • 58 BBY
    • Jango Fett is orphaned when his family of simple farmers is murdered by the Mandalorian Death Watch. He is picked up by former Journeyman Protector Jaster Mereel.
  • 57 BBY
    • Obi-Wan Kenobi is born, though there are no details about his place of origin. He is discovered by the Jedi, and begins his training in infancy.
  • 52 BBY
    • Palpatine is elected to the Galactic Senate as Senator of Naboo.
    • Zam Wesell is born on Zolan.
  • c. 45 BBY
    • The Katana fleet, the first attempt by the Republic to rebuild a standing military after Ruusan, is launched.
  • 39 BBY
    • Shmi and Anakin Skywalker come to live on Tatooine when they are purchased by Gardulla the Hutt. However, the Hutt ultimately loses her prize to a junk dealer named Watto.
  • 34 BBY
    • The Mandalorians are destroyed by a Jedi task force led by Count Dooku in the Battle of Galidraan. Jango Fett is the only survivor.
  • 32 BBY
    • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
      • Anakin Skywalker begins to build C-3PO out of the pieces of several broken protocol droids.
      • The Trade Federation, under the influence of Darth Sidious, blockades, and eventually invades Naboo to protest a shipping tax.
      • The droid R2-D2 distinguishes himself by saving Amidala's ship when it was running the blockade. On Tatooine, R2-D2 meets his future counterpart C-3PO.
      • Anakin Skywalker is discovered by Qui-Gon Jinn on the planet Tatooine.
      • The Battle of Naboo takes place when Queen Amidala fights back against the Federation when the Galactic Senate refuses to act: she unites her people with the Gungans and together they successfully overturn the Federation, despite the Naboos' and Gungans' mutual dislike for each other. In the battle, Darth Maul kills Qui-Gon Jinn, and Obi-Wan Kenobi kills Darth Maul. Daultay Dofine is killed when the Droid Control Ship is destroyed.
      • After Jinn's death, Skywalker begins training to be a Jedi under Obi-Wan Kenobi.
      • Following the Naboo crisis, Senator Palpatine of Naboo is elected Chancellor of the Republic, replacing Finis Valorum.
    • Count Dooku leaves the Jedi Order and disappears, secretly joining Darth Sidious.
    • Bail Organa is elected to the Galactic Senate as Senator of Alderaan.
    • A clone army is created on Kamino in secret, supposedly commissioned by Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas. The template of the clones, Jango Fett, demands, in addition to his considerable pay, an unaltered clone for himself, whom he raises as a son and names Boba.
  • 27 BBY
    • Yarael Poof is killed. He gave his life saving Coruscant from a band of terrorists who had secured a weapon powerful enough to destroy the entire planet.
  • 24 BBY
    • Count Dooku reappears on Raxus Prime and alleges that the Republic has become too corrupt and pushes for citizens to break from the Republic and form a new government of their own, the Confederacy of Independent Systems.
  • 22 BBY
    • Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
      • An attack is made on Senator Amidala's landing platform, on Coruscant, by bounty hunter Zam Wesell, killing eight Naboo officers and Amidala's decoy, Corde.
      • After a second attempt to kill Senator Amidala, Jedi Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi chase Zam Wesell through Coruscant. Jango Fett silences Zam Wesell with a poison dart, killing her instantly.
      • Anakin Skywalker returns to his homeworld of Tatooine and meets his stepbrother Owen Lars. C-3PO is reunited with R2-D2.
      • Shmi Skywalker is killed by Tusken Raiders, driving Anakin Skywalker toward the dark side of the Force.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi discovers that Nute Gunray has been attempting to orchestrate Padmé Amidala's death in revenge for foiling his plans ten years before and that Count Dooku's Confederacy of Independent Systems is preparing for war.
      • Palpatine is given "emergency powers" by the Senate (as recommended by Jar-Jar Binks, thus making the Gungan directly responsible for Palpatine's later rise), and adopts the clone army as the Grand Army of the Republic grown on Kamino to fight the Confederacy.
      • The Clone Wars begin with the Battle of Geonosis. Mace Windu kills Jango Fett in the fighting and Boba is left an orphan. Poggle the Lesser passes the later concept for the Death Star to Count Dooku, who in turn places it under the protection of Darth Sidious on Coruscant.
      • Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala fall in love and marry in secret on Naboo.
  • 22 - 19 BBY
    • Star Wars: Clone Wars
      • Aayla Secura and Ylenic It'kla track down a Techno Union scientist on Corellia.
      • Durge reamerges from hibernation and joins the Confederacy. He fights in the Battle of Muunilist against Obi-Wan and apparently is killed. However, he survives and after Asajj Ventress is defeated by Anakin Skywalker he fights with her against the Jedi. He is ultimately killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi.
      • A Dark Jedi named Asajj Ventress meets Count Dooku and proclaims herself as a Sith. However after fighting with Count Dooku she understands that she is far beyond their power and wishes to join the Sith, so Darth Sidious and Count Dooku use her for their dark plan against Anakin Skywalker. Once she finds Anakin Skywalker, they engage in battle, and Ventress is defeated, but survives.
      • Trandoshan mercenaries capture the Republic Assault Ship Prosecutor and try to sell it to the Confederacy of Independent Systems. The Republic Special Commando Force Delta Squad recapture it.
      • General Grievous, leader of the Separatist Army, invades Coruscant, kidnapping Chancellor Palpatine.
  • 19 BBY
    • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
      • The Clone Wars end with the destruction of the Confederacy at the Battle of Coruscant, it is there that Count Dooku is easily killed by Anakin Skywalker. At the Battle of Utapau, General Grievous is killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi.
      • Chancellor Palpatine is revealed to be Darth Sidious, kills Jedi Masters Mace Windu, Saesee Tiin, Kit Fisto, and Agen Kolar, and creates the Galactic Empire with himself as Emperor. Anakin Skywalker turns to the dark side, and becomes Darth Vader.
      • The Great Jedi Purge is orchestrated by Palpatine and Vader and almost all Jedi are hunted down and killed including Ki-Adi-Mundi, Aayla Secura, Plo Koon, Stass Allie, Luminara Unduli, and Barriss Offee; only a handful of Jedi Knights survive.
      • Darth Vader kills the Separatist Council in cold blood on Mustafar. Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi then duel. Vader loses both his legs and his left arm in the battle, then burns alive. He is rescued by Darth Sidious and rebuilt as part-man, part-machine.
      • Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa are born to Padmé Amidala, who dies in childbirth (although not directly from childbirth itself- the details behind why she died are obscure and often debated, seeing as the medical staff said she was 'perfectly healthy'). Obi-Wan Kenobi, a survivor of the Great Jedi Purge leaves Luke with Anakin's step brother Owen Lars and Leia with Bail Organa, so they cannot be discovered by the Empire.
      • Two Jedi Masters, having escaped the Great Jedi Purge, go in exile. Obi-Wan Kenobi in a remote desert on Tatooine, Yoda in a swamp on Dagobah. They will await the coming of age of Luke Skywalker.
      • The first resistance to Imperial rule comes up. All of these events set the stage for the Galactic Civil War.
      • Construction of the Death Star secretly begins.
    • Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
      • Several weeks after his defeat on Mustafar, Darth Vader makes his public debut as Palpatine's emissary and enforcer. The galaxy at large is told that Anakin Skywalker died in the assault on the Jedi Temple. No explanation of his origin is told to the public, but there is widespread speculation in the media he was an apprentice of Count Dooku, or possibly a Jedi who aided Palpatine in wiping out the Jedi order. Rumors begin to circulate in many quarters that he is a Sith Lord.
      • A handful of Jedi who escaped the initial phases of the Great Jedi Purge try to band together and resist the empire, but are hunted relentlessly through the galaxy by Lord Vader, on one of his first official assignments.
      • The planet Kashyyyk suffers significant ecological damage from orbital bombardment while over 200,000 wookiees are captured for enslavement. The official explanation for the enslavement of the wookiees is that it is a sanction for the planet providing sanctuary to fugitive Jedi.
  • c. 17 BBY
  • 15 BBY - Star Wars: Droids (animated series)
    • C-3PO and R2-D2 have even more misadventures together with their masters Jann Tosh and Mungo Baobab.
  • 5 BBY
    • Han Solo, now in a military academy, saves Chewbacca, now a slave, and is subsequently drummed out of the Imperial Navy. Chewbacca pledges a life-debt to Han Solo and remains his partner for the next three decades.
  • 3 BBY
    • Star Wars: Empire at War
      • Several allied anti-Imperial resistance movements that will lead to the Rebel Alliance increase their activity against the Empire, slowly escalating from small-scale guerilla activity to more organized and direct confrontation.
  • 2 BBY
    • The Rebel Alliance takes shape with the signing of the Corellian Treaty and the Declaration of Rebellion in the Cantham House Meetings on Coruscant; and the Corellian System Meetings between Mon Mothma, Bail Organa and Garm Bel Iblis, unifying their disparate resistance efforts into one organization.
  • 1 BBY
    • Bail Organa retires from the Galactic/Imperial Senate after 31 years and his adopted daughter Leia is appointed to serve his unexpired term as Senator of Alderaan until the Senate election that is due the following year.
    • Much of the senior staff and design team of Incom Corporation defect to the Rebel Alliance, most notably bringing with them the plans and prototypes for the T-65 X-Wing starfighter that was under development.
    • Operation Skyhook; the first major victory of the Rebel Alliance over the Galactic Empire. A coordinated effort across the entire Rebellion including communication satellites captured and reprogrammed by the Rebel fleet as well as a commando raid undertaken by Kyle Katarn leads to the theft of the plans to the Death Star, and the Rebellion being aware of the construction of the superweapon.

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At the time of the Battle of Yavin (0 BBY/ABY)

  • 0 BBY
    • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
      • Princess Leia's blockade runner the Tantive IV is captured by Darth Vader and droids C-3PO and R2-D2 land on Tatooine and come into the service of Luke Skywalker.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi finds Luke, who was beaten by Tusken Raiders, and receives R2-D2's secret message.
      • A squad of Imperial Stormtroopers kill a sandcrawler of Jawas, and massacre Owen and Beru Lars, Luke Skywalker's uncle and aunt, leaving him without any immediate family (except for his sister, who was then unknown to be his sister and his father, Darth Vader, who was then unknown to be his father). That motivated him to become a Jedi. At first, Luke Skywalker thought the Sandpeople killed the Jawas, but Obi-Wan Kenobi's closer inspection revealed that the Imperial Stormtroopers killed them, and were responsible for killing the Lars'.
      • The Imperial Senate is disbanded, giving Palpatine absolute power. Officially it is "Suspended for the Duration of the Galactic Emergency", but this euphemism fools nobody. Even Palpatine's loyalists know the Imperial Senate will never meet again.
      • After Leia refuses to disclose the location of the rebel base, Grand Moff Tarkin orders the Death Star to destroy her home world of Alderaan, killing her adoptive father, Bail Organa. Garm Bel Iblis soon leaves the Rebel Alliance due to disagreements with Mon Mothma, taking some of his forces, although most of his troops remain with the Alliance. This leaves Mon Mothma as the leader of the Rebel Alliance.
      • Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi meet Han Solo and Chewbacca in Tatooine who agree to transport them to Alderaan with C-3PO and R2-D2. While traveling they are captured by the Death stars tractor beam. R2-D2 finds out that Princess Leia is being held prisoner in the space station. Luke Skywalker and Han Solo rescue Princess Leia.
      • Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader have their final duel, resulting in the death of Kenobi, but his spirit lives on as he becomes one with the Force.
      • The Battle of Yavin. Luke Skywalker destroys the Death Star before it can destroy the Rebel base on Yavin 4, with the assistance of Han Solo and Obi-Wan Kenobi's spirit. Luke Skywalker and Han Solo join the Rebel Alliance. Grand Moff Tarkin and Admiral Motti die in the destruction of the Death Star, and Darth Vader becomes Palpatine's ruthless second-in-command.

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After the Battle of Yavin (ABY)

  • 1 ABY
    • The Super Star Destroyer Executor is launched under the command of Captain Kendal Ozzel. It is dispatched to destroy the Rebel base on Yavin, but a miscalculation by Admiral Griff allows the Rebels to escape. Ozzel is promoted to Admiral and Piett assumes position of Captain of the Executor.
    • Bakura joins the Empire.
  • 2 ABY
    • An Imperial force led by Darth Vader catches up to some of the Rebels on Ord Mantell. It is here that Darth Vader learns the name of the Rebel who destroyed the Death Star, Luke Skywalker. While on Ord Mantell, a bounty hunter working for Jabba the Hutt nearly captures Han Solo.
    • The Imperials stage an Ambush at Derra IV on a Rebel convoy. The loss was a terrible blow to the Alliance.
  • 3 ABY
    • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
      • The Battle of Hoth. The Empire discovers the Alliance's secret base on the ice planet Hoth and attacks the Rebel base successfully, with many Rebel casualties.
      • Admiral Ozzel is killed by Darth Vader for incompetence and Captain Piett assumes command of Vader's fleet.
      • Admiral Piett and Vader lead the Imperial Fleet into an asteroid field, and suffer heavy losses.
      • Han Solo, Chewbacca, Leia Organa, and C-3PO flee to the Cloud City on the planet of Bespin, where they are met by Cloud City Administrator Lando Calrissian, who is a former friend of Han Solo.
      • Luke Skywalker discovers Yoda on Dagobah and starts Jedi training, but halts his training due to fears that his friends are in grave danger and flies to the Cloud City to try and save his friends, yet he promises to return to Dagobah to continue his training.
      • Lando Calrissian betrays Han Solo, turning him over to the awaiting Darth Vader and Boba Fett in exchange for the guaranteed safety of the Cloud City.
      • Han Solo is tortured and interrogated by Darth Vader and is then given to Boba Fett, therefore breaking the agreement between Lando Calrissian and Darth Vader that Han Solo would not be harmed and/or held captive.
      • Boba Fett freezes Han Solo in carbonite and is taken to Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine.
      • After betraying his friend Han Solo and the betrayal by Darth Vader, Lando Calrissian joins the Alliance.
      • During a lightsaber duel between the two, Darth Vader cuts off Luke Skywalker's hand and then reveals that he is Luke's father, but Luke is disavowed and uncertain about whether it is true.
    • Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
      • Bothan spies learn that a second Death Star is under construction, and warn the Rebellion of its location.
      • Luke Skywalker goes to Obi-Wan's hut in Tatooine to build a new (green) lightsaber. The lightsaber was similar to Obi-Wan's lightsaber because Obi-Wan has his own lightsaber building instructions at his hut.
      • Dash Rendar blows up the Black Sun Skyhook and is thought to be killed in the attack, though in fact he has survived.
      • Prince Xizor is killed by Darth Vader and Black Sun collapses.
  • 4 ABY
    • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
      • Han Solo is rescued on Tatooine from Jabba the Hutt by Lando Calrissian, who was disguised as one of Jabba's guards, Leia Organa, who is disguised as a bounty hunter that wanted to buy Han Solo and is later captured trying to free him, and Luke Skywalker, who arrives as a Jedi Knight and is cast into a pit with a fearsome Rancor, with whom Luke kills.
      • Jabba the Hut is killed by Leia Organa. Boba Fett is swallowed by the Sarlacc, but later escapes by detonating his rocket jet-pack and is later rescued by the bounty hunter Dengar. Warlords begin to wage war over Jabba's criminal empire.
      • Luke returns to Dagobah to keep the promise he made to Yoda to complete his training. Yoda dies of old age after confirming that Darth Vader is Luke's father, and also tells of another Skywalker. Luke senses that Leia Organa is his sister as he talks with the spirit of Obi-Wan Kenobi, who confirms that Luke's feeling are correct. Luke later passes this information on to Leia on the forest moon of Endor.
      • The Battle of Endor. The Rebels amass their forces to launch a surprise attack on the second Death Star.
      • Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Leia Organa, and a small group of Rebel soldiers are dispatched to the forest moon of Endor to destroy the second Death Star's shield generator.
      • Emperor Palpatine knows the Rebel attack is coming and that Luke Skywalker and a small group of Rebels are going to the forest moon of Endor to destroy the shield generator and sets a trap.
      • Once on the forest moon of Endor, Luke Skywalker knows that he is endangering the mission because Darth Vader has sensed his presence on the moon. Luke then turns himself in at the Imperial base, claiming he came to meet his father, Darth Vader. Darth Vader then takes Luke to the Death Star to meet the Emperor and try to turn him to the Dark Side.
      • With the knowledge of the incoming Rebel attack, Emperor Palpatine amasses most of the Imperial Navy to the Death Star. And unbeknownst to the Rebels, the Death Star is now fully operational.
      • On the forest moon of Endor, Imperial ground forces have already been alerted of the Rebel attempt to try and destroy the Death Star shield generator.
      • The Rebel fleet arrives at the Death Star and realizes that it is a trap and intense fighting ensues.
      • At the Death Star shield on the moon of Endor, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Leia Organa and the other Rebel soldiers are surrounded by Imperial forces, but an attack is led by the Ewoks against the Imperial forces and the Rebel forces and Ewoks win the battle. Han Solo and the Rebel forces then blow up the Death Star shield generator.
      • Lando Calrissian, Wedge Antilles and Nien Nunb destroy the second Death Star, virtually ending the Galactic Civil War. The Empire is brought to an end and begins to tear itself apart through warlordism. Admiral Piett dies when the Executor crashes into the Death Star.
      • Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker fufills the prophecy that he would bring balance to the Force by eliminating the Sith, yet doing so he dies himself. Luke cremates Anakin's body on Endor. Luke then sees the spirits of his father Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Yoda during the celebration on Endor.
    • Star Wars: The Truce at Bakura
      • The Rebel Alliance becomes the Alliance of Free Planets and recruits systems across the galaxy for the reformation of the Republic.
      • Battle of Bakura: First ceasefire between Alliance and Imperial forces, though only so they could unite to drive away the Ssi-Ruuk invaders. Bakura leaves the Empire.
      • The spectral form of Anakin Skywalker briefly appears to Leia Organa.
      • One month after the Battle of Endor, Mon Mothma declares the restoration of the Old Galactic Republic; the Alliance of Free Planets becomes the New Republic. (Date locked by the Essential Chronology)
      • Sate Pestage, Palpatine's Grand Vizier and Head of Government, takes over as the de facto ruler of the Galactic Empire.
  • 5 ABY
    • Luke Skywalker attains the rank of General. Six months later, after Imperial forces under the command of Lord Shadowspawn fought to the last man against his army, he retires from the military. (promotion and retirement locked by the Essential Chronology and the New Essential Guide to Characters)
    • Ysanne Isard applies backstabbing maneuvers to overtake the Empire and rule as empress, deposing Sate Pestage.
  • 6 ABY
    • The Core Worlds Campaign, the fledgling New Republic moves from using guerilla tactics to open warfare and begins a campaign to take and hold territory from the rapidly crumbling Galactic Empire, which quickly proceeds to capturing worlds in the Core Worlds region of the galaxy with the goal of taking Coruscant as the capital world of the New Republic.
  • 7 ABY
    • Star Wars: The Bacta War
      • The New Republic takes Coruscant back from what remains of the Empire.
      • Ysanne Isard leaves an artificial virus behind on Coruscant to take the sweetness out of the New Republic's victory.
      • The New Republic secures the needed bacta from Thyferra to eliminate the plague.
      • Isard fakes her death and disappears.
  • 9 ABY
    • Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy
      • Jaina and Jacen Solo are born to Leia Organa and Han Solo.
      • Grand Admiral Thrawn's attempt to destroy the New Republic and restore dignity to the Galactic Empire fails. He is subsequently assassinated.
      • The Noghri switch sides between the Empire and the New Republic when they discovered the Empire had been manipulating them and polluting their world.
    • Raynar Thul is born on an unknown planet (approximate date).
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi visits Luke for the last time as a force ghost before his spirit moves on.
  • 10 ABY
    • Star Wars: Dark Empire
      • Palpatine is reborn in a clone body, rapidly rallies the Galactic Empire to much of its former strength, and turns Luke Skywalker to the dark side, but Luke returns to the light side and kills Palpatine with Leia, destroying his flagship Eclipse.
      • Anakin Solo is born to Leia Organa and Han Solo.
  • 11 ABY
    • Star Wars: Empire's End
      • The Emperor returns again, but Empatajayos Brand destroys his life-force. Brand dies and Palpatine is ultimately dead. R2-D2 destroys Eclipse II and the Galaxy Gun, causing the destruction of the Imperial Fleet of Palpatine and planet Byss, where cloning machines of Palpatine are located.
      • Luke Skywalker assumes the title of Jedi Master.
      • With Palpatine permanently dead and his fleets decimated, the first Galactic Empire is definiatively defeated.
    • Luke Skywalker establishes a Jedi academy on Yavin 4.
    • The New Republic establish the Star Tours travel company. R2-D2 and C-3PO are sent to help safe guard the passengers.
    • The New Republic attacks the Death Star prototype built by Maw Instillation and guarded by Admiral Daala's Star Destroyer squadron.
  • 12 ABY
    • Admiral Daala begins to reunify the Galactic Empire. Destroying opposing warlords and rallying some to her side, she allies with Vice Admiral Pellaeon and the remnants of Thrawn's faction to create the a unified face of the Empire. After a unsuccessful strike on Yavin IV, Daala hands control of the fleet to Pellaeon.
    • Durga the Hutt, the new leader of the Black Sun crime syndicate, working with Bevel Lemelisk (a leading designer of the Death Star), begins the Darksaber project. Durga attempts to build a superlaser weapon platform with as much firepower as the Death Star, but without the giant space station around it. A New Republic military operation destroys the Darksaber while it is under construction, although General Crix Madine is killed in the attack.
  • 13 ABY
    • Daala and Pellaeon continue to unify the various Imperial factions, gathering support from many scattered Imperial remnants. The Empire largely moves to the Outer Rim Territories. A significant area of the galaxy, from the Mid Rim to Wild Space is firmly controlled by the Empire. The term "Imperial Remnant" first enters use to refer to this reunified Empire.
    • A bioterrorism threat against the New Republic called the "Death Seed Plague" ends with the loss of the Imperial Remnant losing the Meridian Sector to the New Republic, a major defeat for the newly reunified Empire.
  • 14 ABY
    • The Empire Reborn movement, lead by Lord Hethrir and aided by the Dark Jedi Desann, attempts to rebuild the dark-side minions of the Empire by recruiting his own force-sensitive individuals as well as kidnapping students of the Jedi Praxeum, attempting to convert them all to the Dark Side, as well as augmenting them through Sith alchemy.
    • A bizarre extradimensional entity known as "Waru" attempts to return to its home dimension by devouring force sensitive individuals.
    • Following the defeat of the Empire Reborn movement, armed conflict between the Imperial Remnant and the New Republic drops off. While skirmishes and small-scale battles still occur, major offensives cease and the conflict seems to almost turn into a "Cold War".
  • 15 ABY
    • In the quietest, most peaceful year since the founding of the New Republic, a fleet of new Nebula-class Star Destroyers is commissioned. Although construction began during more active hostilities, the New Republic Senate raises many questions about the continuing military buildup while the Empire appears to be in decline.
  • 16 ABY
    • The outbreak of the Black Fleet Crisis ends a period of relative peace in the Galaxy. Yevethan forces (former Imperial slaves who overthrew their masters) using captured Imperial ships begin a genocidal campaign to conquer the Koornacht Cluster by killing all non-Yevethans. The New Republic is forced to fight in its own defense, as well as to rescue hostages held by the Yevethans who include Han Solo.
    • Luke Skywalker meets the Fallanassi, a mysterious and secretive sect of Force users who are total pacifists. Luke learns new Force techniques and philosophies from them, and gains their help to aid the New Republic in one battle, but then the Fallanassi leave known space.
  • 17 ABY
    • A bill to allow former Imperial officials to hold office in the New Republic develops into a massive scandal. Politically the New Republic grinds to a halt, while Leia Organa-Solo faces a No Confidence motion for her opposition to the measure, and temporarily steps down from office in favor of Mon Mothma until the crisis is resolved.
    • Kueller and Brakiss, Dark Jedi who were formerly students of the Jedi Academy, take advantage of growing political strife in the New Republic to try and overthrow the New Republic government.
  • 18 ABY
    • In the aftermath of the recent scandals, the Imperial Remnant attempts a massive campaign to retake the galaxy, hoping to take advantage of political strife in the New Republic. The campaign is a massive disaster, leading to the Imperial Remnant losing most of its territory. The Remnant's territory dwindles to only eight sectors of the galaxy in the Outer Rim. In the campaign, Admiral Daala's ship was crippled and lost and she hasn't been seen since.
    • Thrackan Sal-Solo (first cousin to Han Solo), leads the Corellian Insurrection, his plot to become a dictatorial ruler of the Corellian Sector. Politically vilified for intervening in the affair, Leia Organa-Solo resigns as Chief of State of the New Republic and retires from politics.
  • 19 ABY
    • Star Wars: The Hand of Thrawn
      • A plan to restore the Empire's stature using an impostor of Grand Admiral Thrawn is foiled.
      • Luke Skywalker marries Mara Jade.
      • The New Republic and the remains of the Empire sign a peace treaty ending all legalized conflict between the Empire and the New Republic.
      • Leia Organa Solo returns to the office of Chief of State.
  • 23 ABY
    • Jacen and Jaina Solo, now Jedi at Luke Skywalker's academy, fight against the Second Imperium, which attempts to disrupt the peace between the New Republic and "Imperial Remnant," as it had become known, and restart the Galactic Civil War.
    • Jedi Academy students, including Jacen, Jaina and Anakin, aid in the Jedi Praxeum's reconstruction after being attacked by the Shadow Academy
    • Leia Organa Solo permanately resigns, and Borsk Fey'lya is elected Chief of State of the New Republic.
  • 24 ABY
    • The "Diversity Alliance," an extremist anti-human organization, is defeated by the New Republic.
    • Jacen, Jaina, Anakin, Tenel Ka, Lowbacca and Zekk are promoted to apprentice Jedi Knights at the Jedi Praxeum.
    • Mon Mothma dies.
  • 25 ABY
    • Star Wars: The New Jedi Order begins
      • The Yuuzhan Vong invade the galaxy. Chewbacca dies at Sernpidal, when a moon is pulled out of its orbit and crashes into its planet.
      • The New Republic Historical Council sets the year of the Battle of Yavin to the year zero, adopting the current date system.
  • 27 ABY
    • Ben Skywalker is born to Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade.
    • Anakin Solo dies during the mission to Myrkr, after destroying the voxyn cloning samples.
    • The Yuuzhan Vong conquer Coruscant, Chief of State Borsk Fey'lya dies, and the New Republic all but disintegrates. Cal Omas is elected Chief of State and restores order.
  • 30 ABY
    • Coruscant is liberated from the Yuuzhan Vong. Zonama Sekot forges a peace accord between the Galactic Alliance and the Yuuzhan Vong. The war ends after five years. The death toll over the known galaxy that resulted from the invasion was estimated at about 365 trillion sentients.
  • 35 ABY-36 ABY
    • Star Wars: The Dark Nest Trilogy
      • Efforts to rebuild Galactic civlilization after the Yuuzhan Vong war continue, with many war-torn worlds still under reconstruction.
      • A border war between the Chiss and Killik threatens to engulf the galaxy, especially as some younger members of the Jedi intervene in the war without permission.
      • Luke Skywalker discovers hidden and protected memory files deep within R2-D2. They contain recordings of his parents and Obi-Wan from the Clone Wars. Luke and Leia finally learn who their mother was, and begin to understand how their father fell to the Dark Side.
      • Allana is born to Jacen Solo and Tenel Ka in secrecy.
      • The Jedi, struggling to come to terms with a new role in the galaxy and a new philosophy on the Force are called upon to act as police and diplomats by the Galactic Alliance. Despite initially resisting these changes, Luke Skywalker comes to a deeper understanding of the role of Jedi in the galaxy, and his role as the leader of the Jedi.
  • 40 ABY
    • Legacy of the Force
      • The Galactic Alliance teeters on the brink of civil war, as a large movement in the galaxy, centered on Corellia, believe it is becoming so authoritarian and draconian as to be turning into a new Empire. The controversial changes in the Galactic Alliance include the Galactic Alliance Guard, commanded by Jacen Solo, a secret police organization that abducts and tortures suspected dissidents and accused terrorists.
      • A major schism occurs between the Solo and Skywalker families during the war, as the Solos support the insurrection against what they see as a new Empire forming, while the Skywalker family supports what they see as the legitimate government.
      • Lumiya, former Emperor's Hand, has learned the ways of the Sith and is rebuilding the Sith Order, and courts Jacen Solo as her new apprentice. Jacen Solo falls to the dark side, killing his aunt, Mara Jade, and becoming Darth Caedus.
  • 41 ABY
    • The Galactic Alliance begins the Ossus Project, a long-term plan to use Yuuzhan Vong terraforming technology to rebuild worlds ruined in the Yuuzhan Vong war. One hundred worlds from around the galaxy devastated by the Yuuzhan Vong war are chosen for development.
  • 127 ABY
    • The Ossus project is sabotaged by the rebuilt Sith order. Worlds rebuilt with Vong technology turn sickly and dying, and their inhabitants grow painful bony protrusions like those formerly found on Vong slaves. The Ossus Project is discredited, the Jedi backing the project are disgraced, and the crisis causes the rebuilt Galactic Empire (formerly the Imperial Remnant) to declare war on the Galactic Alliance.
  • 127 ABY-130 ABY
    • The Sith-Imperial War, where the reborn Sith order lead by Darth Krayt uses the war they have begun to seize power of the Imperial throne and conquer the galaxy, begins.
  • 130 ABY
    • The Sith-Imperial War ends with the defeat of the Alliance forces at the Battle of Caamas, and Coruscant being conquered by the resurgent Galactic Empire. The Galactic Alliance surrenders, but remnants of the Alliance military continue to fight on as a rebellion.
    • The Massacre at Ossus occurs, as Darth Nihl leads an overwhelming assault on the Jedi Praxeum at Ossus, devastating the Jedi order. Some surviving Jedi pledge their loyalty to the Galactic Empire, becoming the Imperial Knights.
  • 130 ABY-137 ABY
    • Star Wars: Legacy
      • Cade Skywalker, the great-great-grandson of Luke Skywalker (as per Skywalker family tree), was trained to be a Jedi, but walked away from the Jedi Order to become a pirate and later a bounty hunter. He begins to rediscover his destiny as a member of the Skywalker clan, and rises to challenge the reborn Sith.

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See also

Timetales is a widely renown Star Wars fan-made timeline that had its beginnings in 1996. ...

References

  • Wallace, Daniel (1996). Star Wars: The New Essential Chronology. New York, NY: Bantam Spectra. ISBN 0-345-44901-0. 

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3,956 BBY - The Jedi Civil War concludes with the redemption of Revan, the death of Malak, and the destruction of the Star Forge.
32 BBY - Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
The Yuuzhan Vong invade the galaxy and Chewbacca dies at Vector Prime.
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3,956 BBY - The Jedi Civil War concludes with the redemption of Revan, the death of Malak, and the destruction of the Star Forge.
32 BBY - Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
The Yuuzhan Vong invade the galaxy and Chewbacca dies at Vector Prime.
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