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|Universe||Star Wars Universe|
|Primary Terrain||Rain forests, jungles, sentient forests|
|Notable Species||Ithorian, Shamarok Flitter, Arrak Snake, Bafforr Tree, and many others...|
|Rotation period||41 Earth hours|
|Orbital Period||422 Earth days|
- "It's beautiful. A pristine natural world covered with forests and jungles, rivers and waterfalls."
- ―Wedge Antilles
Ithor was the fourth planet located in Ottega system of the Mid Rim. It was a planet full of lush life, and the planet's surface had not a touch of civilization on it. The Ithorians themselves built great floating cities that did not harm the surface, which they considered to be sacred. Entry upon the surface was forbidden, unless one stayed there permanently. Some Ithorians such as the Oracle were compelled to go down to the planet surface, however, as they "heard the call" of Mother Jungle, the Ithorian religion's personification of Ithor's world-spanning jungle. The surface of the planet of Ithor played host to numerous plants, including the bafforr tree, which possessed telepathic capabilities. The planet contained andurite stone, and every three Ithorian years was the center of the "Time of Meeting", in which all the Ithorian herds would gather above the surface and discuss important matters. The planet had many moons in its night sky.
Location and physical aspects Edit
Ithor was the fourth planet in the Ottegga System. Ottega itself is was located in the Mid Rim of the galaxy. It's day lasted roughly two times that of Earth's rotation, while it's year was closer in comparison.The surface of the planet Ithor was an immense jungle. Following the Ithorian belief in the Law of Life, most Ithorians never actually set foot on their own planet, instead they lived in floating cities above their world called herdships. Only three of their continents had been explored and harvested, the other two never having been touched by Ithorian hands, demonstrating their devout belief in the protection and sustainability of their environment. Such protectionism toward their environment gave rise to numerous native plants and animals. Including the Bafforr Tree, which possessed telepathic capabilities.