Primary terrain: Rocky, Volcanic
Points of interest: Imperial remnant facility, Lava fields, Mandalorian enclave, Nevarro cantina, Twi'lek healing baths
Fauna: Unidentified creature, Unidentified quadruped, Unidentified mammal
Immigrated species: Human
Description: Nevarro was a terrestrial planet with rocky and volcanic terrain. A settlement existed on the planet, containing a Mandalorian enclave and at least one cantina. After acquiring several bounties for the Bounty Hunters' Guild, the bounty hunter known as the Mandalorian visited Nevarro to meet with Greef Karga, exchanging the bounties for money. After taking a new job, the Mandalorian met with his client elsewhere on the planet. After acquiring the client's target, a child, the Mandalorian returned to Nevarro, and handed the child over to his client, though later had a change of heart, returning to save the child. Karga and a number of bounty hunters confronted the Mandalorian for breaking the code, but the Mandalorian tribe based in the enclave defended him, allowing the Mandalorian to escape from Nevarro. Shortly after, the Imperial Remnant arrived at the area, looking for The Child. Karga made a deal with the Mandalorian to come back with The Child to try to get rid of the remnant.
During the Imperial Era, Nevarro was firmly controlled by the Empire. Following the Battle of Endor, when the Empire began fracturing and the Alliance to Restore the Republic reorganized into the New Republic, Nevarro remained an Imperial stronghold until the very end of the Galactic Civil War and repelled several New Republic assaults.
New Republic Era
By 9 ABY, Nevarro was an independent world and a backwater best known as the home of the Bounty Hunters' Guild. The Guild's leader, Greef Karga, was an influential figure in a settlement on the planet. The same settlement was also the location of a Mandalorian enclave and a small contingent of Imperials belonging to Gideon's Imperial remnant.
Following the betrayal of the Imperials' superior by the the Mandalorian, Moff Gideon sent more troops to Nevarro and had the settlement occupied, much to the chagrin of Greef Karga and his bounty hunters.
Imperial remnant facility
A facility was located on Nevarro where the Imperial Remnant was stationed shortly after the fall of the Galactic Empire, under the leadership of "The Client." Several stormtroopers were stationed there, as was the scientist Dr. Pershing. A bounty hunter known as "the Mandalorian" visited the facility in 9 ABY to meet with the Client about a bounty on an asset, "the Child." The Mandalorian retrieved the Child and turned it over to the Client, but later returned to the facility to rescue the Child.
Lava fields, also known as lava flats, were large fields of lava that were located on Nevarro.
he Mandalorian enclave, also known as the "Covert," was a hidden location in the sewers of Nevarro visited by the Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin after the fall of the Galactic Empire. He visited an armorer there, who made him a pauldron and later a full cuirass from Beskar steel he provided.
According to Paz Vizla, the Tribe were only allowed out of the enclave one at a time.
A cantina was located on Nevarro. During the New Republic Era, Greef Karga gave out bounties to members of the Bounty Hunters' Guild from the cantina.
Twi'lek healing baths
Twi'lek healing baths were baths run by Twi'lek proprietors that customers visited for healing and relaxation. When Greef Karga urged The Mandalorian to take some time off and relax, he suggested they visit the Twi'lek healing baths.