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this was the codename for the massive superweapon developed by the Separatists, during the height of the Clone Wars. The Starkiller was officially designated as a hyper-point destabilizer, capable of causing immense gravitic anomalies at a point within hyperspace. The forces of the Old Republic believed that the Starkiller project was being constructed on Kromus, and dispatched Jedi Master Darrus Jeht and the small task force supporting the Maelstrom to eliminate it. The Separatists had constructed the Starkiller facility in and around a thriving city of some two million beings, forcing Master Jeht to regroup his forces for a ground assault. When the support staff activated the Starkiller weapon, Master Jeht was left with a pair of devastating choices. On one hand, he could save the population of Kromus, but allow the Starkiller to escape. On the other hand, he could eliminate the Starkiller and save billions of live across the galaxy, but sacrifice the city's population. Ultimately, Master Jeht was forced to destroy the Starkiller, wiping out the more than two millions beings who lived in its vicinity. Unfortunately for the Republic, the destruction of the hyper-point destabilizer caused intense seismic and atmospheric damage to Kromus, and the planet was abandoned as dead by both sides of the fighting.
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