Hutta Datacron Locations

Posted by on Dec 24, 2011 in Datacron, hutta | 0 comments

Nal Hutta (Glorious Jewel in Huttese) was the capital of Hutt Space and was located in the Y’Toub system. It was formerly known as Evocar and was the original home world of the Evocii, who were ousted by the Hutts in 15,000 BBY, who migrated from their original home world of Varl along with their servants the t’landa Til. It was sometimes referred to simply as Hutta at around 4000-3000 BBY. The planet was controlled by the ancient ruling Hutt families, who also ruled its moon Nar Shaddaa from Nal Hutta. Read all about Nal Hutta here, and check out the datacron locations below: Also if you are interested in Lore, check out out guide to the Hutt cartel here. Don’t forget to check out constantly growing list of guides for Star Wars: The old republic Hutta 1 – [Aim +2] X: -97 Y:21 Z:861* This datacron sits on the eastern side of a steep hill that must be accessed by walkiing up a fallen over silo at -162,910. south of the renegade Evocii camp in the bog with the...

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Planets of Star Wars: The Old Republic – Nal Hutta

Posted by on Nov 18, 2009 in hutta, Hutts, Lore, Planets of TOR | 0 comments

Nal Hutta (Glorious Jewel in Huttese) was the capital of Hutt Space and was located in the Y’Toub system. It was formerly known as Evocar and was the original home world of the Evocii, who were ousted by the Hutts in 15,000 BBY, who migrated from their original home world of Varl along with their servants the t’landa Til. It was sometimes referred to simply as Hutta at around 4000-3000 BBY. The planet was controlled by the ancient ruling Hutt families, who also ruled its moon Nar Shaddaa from Nal Hutta. Geography and Culture Nal Hutta, or as it was originally known, Evocar, was a very large planet, however it lacked natural heavy metals meaning its density was less than that of most worlds. The planet was originally a lush jungle world, though the Hutts eventually transformed it into a polluted and barren wasteland. Once it became known as Nal Hutta, much of the surface became covered by flat, marshy bogs, stagnant, muddy puddles and patches of sickly marsh grass...

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