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The musical score primarily consists of lightly jazzy numbers, though at times it does stray into symphonic pieces done in the style of '70s-era action movies. It is neither a particular help nor hindrance to the content on screen. The opener and closer sound like numbers that might have been sung in a late '70s or early '80s night club, with the former being more active and jazzy and the latter having a more graceful, melodic flow. Neither is especially memorable. The Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack used gives the production a pleasingly up-to-date sound, however.

+ Thrilling action, nasty villains, actually has an ongoing plot for most of this run.
− Has a mildly chauvinistic bent, incongruous episode 14, English dub pilot episode.

The musical score primarily consists of lightly jazzy numbers, though at times it does stray into symphonic pieces done in the style of '70s-era action movies. It is neither a particular help nor hindrance to the content on screen. The opener and closer sound like numbers that might have been sung in a late '70s or early '80s night club, with the former being more active and jazzy and the latter having a more graceful, melodic flow. Neither is especially memorable. The Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack used gives the production a pleasingly up-to-date sound, however.

+ Thrilling action, nasty villains, actually has an ongoing plot for most of this run.
− Has a mildly chauvinistic bent, incongruous episode 14, English dub pilot episode.

Wild Space was the name given to the unmapped expanse beyond the Outer Rim . [1] It was located "off the edge of the map," where no one knew what was on the other side. In contrast, the so-called Unknown Regions were mapped but largely unexplored. [2]

The mysterious realm of Mortis was located in Wild Space, as were the planets Teth , [3] Indoumodo , [4] Thune , [5] Pion , Agaris , [6] Lysatra , [7] and Lira San , the original homeworld of the Lasat species . [8]

The Lasat homeworld of Lira San was known to be located in Wild Space. It was separated from the rest of the galaxy by an imploded star cluster . The Lasat of Lira San colonized the planet Lasan at some point before the Imperial Era . Eventually, contact between Lira San and Lasan was lost. Those Lasat living on Lasan came to believe that Lira San was a fabled Lasat sanctuary. [8] Ziro the Hutt had his father buried on Teth . Ziro also hid the Hutt Council's Records with him. [9]



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