What planet is Death Star 2 on?

planet Endor
Second Death Star Return of the Jedi features the DS-2 Orbital Battle Station still under construction as it orbits the forest moon of the planet Endor.

Why was the Death Star 2 built?

The second Death Star was constructed on the edge of the Galaxy above Endor, and was built to maintain fear of the Empire and to restore confidence in its ranks after a devastating loss.

How do you get Death Star 2?

The Death Star II is a vessel that you don’t “encounter” as such. Instead, you’ll need to complete a Side Quest called “Doom Ball III”, which unlocks after you complete Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Once you’ve done this, land on the Ewok Village on Endor, then look for the nearby Ewok Engineer in the yellow hood.

Why does Death Star 2 look destroyed?

GALACTIC CIVIL WAR This improvisation gave Rebel ground forces more time, and Han was eventually able to destroy Death Star II’s shield generator. Lando and Wedge Antilles (in an X-wing) both flew inside the superstructure, knocking out its main reactor and finally destroying Death Star II.

Why is the Death Star 2 incomplete?

Before its destruction, the Death Star II’s superstructure was still incomplete. Large sections of the outer hull were still missing, exposing the inner decks still under construction.

Is there a Death Star III?

The Death Star III, also known as the third Death Star, was a mock Death Star battle station created from an incomplete worldcraft by the Kaarenth Dissension.

Who destroyed the Death Star 3?

Despite impacting on the surface instead of entering perfectly, the torpedoes still managed to cause a chain reaction, just as Jan Dodonna had predicted in 0 BBY, and destroyed the station, taking all hands aboard with it.

How was Death Star 2 built so fast?

The Imps literally carved a tunnel through hyperspace, from the Core to Endor. Whilst it took hours or even days to transport building materials through hyperspace to get to Geonosis, it took far less time with the direct route made by the Empire.