The planet Dr'gogal was first inhabited over 2000 years before the Battle of Yavin by pirates and rebels fleeing from the Old Republic. However, they weren't the first creatures to arrive on the planet. The early settlers encounter strong resistance from the local wildlife, mostly the wild gogs that lived in the forest. Then, they met the Nortran, near-humans that were believed to be descended from ancient, crashed spacers. The Nortran began attacking the settlers. The settlers realized that they were greatly outnumbered, so they retreated to the Gog Tree, a tree larger than any tree on Kashyyyk. Inside the tree, they found the great Dr'gog, a massive creature that was worshipped as a god by the Nortrans. They found favor in the eyes of Dr'gog, and with his aid, the settlers were able to drive back the Nortran and settle a city on the Gog Tree. In celebration of their victory, the settlers began to hold a yearly party, calling it Dr'gog Day after the god who saved them.
Towards the end of the Old Republic, the Czerka Corporation discovered that the planet held immense natural resources. They arrived in droves, and began mining the planet. They also took over the planet government, and Czerka police ruled the streets. Due to their presence, Dr'gogal began to receive immense amounts of traffic, and locals began to thrive on tourism. Every Dr'gog Day brought in millions of tourists, and the economy boomed.
It was this booming economy that brought you here. Maybe it's the unlimited economic possibilities. Maybe it's the numberless places to hide. Maybe it's the need to set things right. Something about this planet lured you here, and as you disembarked from the transport that brought you here, you felt a bit of destiny, or maybe the Force, telling you that this is the right place to be.
Start your adventure now!
This is the introduction/teaser for my upcoming CYOA series set in the Star Wars universe called "Dr'gog Day." I plan on having weekly updates, but don't get too upset if I miss a few weeks, I'm in college and often busy.