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Galactic coordinates: (80, 45)
System coordinates: (12, 11)
Planet type: temperate/breathable
Planet size: 15 x 15
Governor: Trade Federation
Magistrate: Viceroy Jacob Jansen
Total population: 30,458,229 inhabitants
Hireable Population: 1,000 People
Civilisation level: 2.9800%
Tax level: 1.0000%
Planet income: 1,537,420 credits
Tax income: 15,374 credits
Neimoidia is a temperate world located in the Balmorra sector. The planet is home to the Neimoidian race and was, for decades, the capital of the Neimoidian-run Trade Federation before the company's forced dissolution during the rise of the Galactic Empire. In order to distinguish it from their so-called Purse Worlds, Neimoidians often refer to their home as Pure Neimoidia.
This planetary body was first discovered several millenia ago, during the early stages of the Old Republic's history, by a group of Duros explorers. Due to the lush landscape of this planet when compared to the toxic wasteland that their homeworld Duro had become, this Duros expedition ended up colonising the planet, making it their new place of residence. Over the course of the next several thousand years Neimoidia's settlers evolved, in order to adapt to the specific conditions of their home, and became the first Neimoidians - a race now considered separate from their Duros cousins.
Pure Neimoidia's temperate climate allowed for the development of a large agricultural society which influenced the very lifestyle of the Neimoidian race. In due time this society expanded, turning into an industrial one and becoming one of the reasons for the interest in trade all Neimoidians share. In addition, the trading brought fame and fortune to Neimoidia and was the driving force behind the colonisations of several other worlds in adjacent star systems. These would later be known as the Neimoidian Purse Worlds - points of business interest for many Neimoidians.
In the waning days of the Galactic Republic, Neimoidia was still a point of interest for galactic society despite the on-going Clone Wars, and continued to profit. The Declaration of New Order, however, was costly for this world and its inhabitants. The planet was subjugated, all of its resources imperialized and a good deal of its population used for slave labour. It wasn't until recently that planet was returned to a now reformed Trade Federation and began its restoration to past glory.