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Sith homeworld to appear in Episode VII?

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Formerly known as Korriban, the Sith homeworld of Moraband is rumored to be appearing in Episode VII.Recent talk suggests that Moraband, the homeworld of the Sith may play a part in Star Wars Episode VII. It was recently confirmed that Moraband as seen in animated television show The Clone Wars is intended to be the same planet as Korriban, which has had numerous appearances in the Expanded Universe, and at some point was renamed.

According to sources, Moraband was a name George Lucas had pencilled in for a Sith world that was ultimately never used in the movies, but recent interest and a re-emergence of the name suggest that it may be being introduced ready for an appearance on the big screen.

As ever, no details have been officially confirmed.

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Mara

Hmm, interesting.

 

Always looking to see more planets represented on the screen. Perhaps this is where Adam Driver's rumored villian will sprout from.

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Andy

I just want some concrete spoilers instead of vague rumours. :p

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Mara

Better than nothing, I guess. :p

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