Primary terrain: Urban
Points of interest: Glavis starport, Gate number one, Kaba Baiz's meat packing plant, Kolzoc Alley, Mandalorian covert
Immigrated species: Human, Ishi Tib, Klatooinian, Quarren, Rodian, Theelin, Caskadag
Primary language(s): Basic, Huttese, Mando'a
Description: Glavis was an open-looped ring world situated near a star, containing a city home to a variety of species. Day and night cycles occurred due to the sunlight that passed through the open loop. The ring featured areas open to space on both surfaces, although there was atmosphere. The ring maintained a consistent gravitational force downward relative to the interior surface. As a result, incautious behavior on walkways in maintenance areas on the outer surface of the ring could result in beings falling off the ring. During the New Republic Era, Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin visited the ring to locate The Tribe.
Places of Interest
Kaba Baiz's meat packing plant
A meat packing plant on the ring world Glavis was operated by a Klatooinian named Kaba Baiz during the New Republic Era before he was killed by the bounty hunter Din Djarin.
A starport was located on the ring world Glavis during the New Republic Era. Star Liner Travel's Flight 1020 ran a non-stop service from Glavis to Tatooine, and used gate number one in the starport. An announcer was used to communicate boarding announcements to customers.
Gate number one
Gate number one was a boarding gate at the starport located on the ring world Glavis during the New Republic Era. Star Liner Travel's Flight 1020 ran a non-stop service from Glavis to Tatooine, and used gate number one.
Kolzoc Alley was an alleyway located on the ring world Glavis during the New Republic Era. After the Mandalorian bounty hunter completed his bounty, killing Kaba Baiz, his employer revealed that the Mandalorian covert was located past Kolzoc Alley.
A Mandalorian covert was located on the ring world Glavis during the New Republic Era. After the Mandalorian covert on Nevarro was exposed and massacred by Moff Gideon's Imperial remnant, two survivors of the Tribe, the Armorer and Paz Vizsla, established the covert. Din Djarin later joined and helped them, but was banished after he revealed that he had removed his helmet, which was against the rules of the Way of the Mandalore.
This Mandalorian covert was located in the lower sublevels of the ring world of Glavis, near Kolzoc Alley, and was accessible through a secret door with a camouflaged Mythosaur symbol on it, viewable only through macrobinocular viewplate. Its main feature was a cryo-furnace, which was placed on an elevated platform next to a service corridor open to the vacuum of space. A cabinet of forgery tools, such as gravity hammer and magnetic tongs, was located right next to the forge.
Following the destruction of the Mandalorian covert on Nevarro by Moff Gideon's Imperial remnant, Paz Vizsla and the Armorer were able to escape and reach the ring world of Glavis. They established a hiding place in the lower sublevels of the ring world, next to the heat exhaust towers. They left signs leading to their new covert along Glavis's Kolzoc Alley that were visible to vision settings in a Mandalorian's helmet.
Establishment of the Covert
Paz Vizla and the Armorer were soon joined by bounty hunter Din Djarin who had discovered the location of the covert using information by Ishi Tib. Djarin was welcomed by the Armorer, and after presenting her with the Darksaber he assisted her and Paz Vizla with the establishment of the covert, by setting up the beskar forge and the forgery cabinet. Djarin also presented to them the Beskar spear he obtained by Ahsoka Tano, but was forced to melt it by the Armorer who stated that it is a dangerous weapon as it can pierce beskar armor. The spear was reforged into Grogu's armor by Djarin's request.
Duel on the bridge
Following Djarin's arrival at the covert, he began training with the darksaber, as instructed by the Armorer, in a service bridge above the vacuum of space. However, due to his struggling, he was declared unworthy of wielding it by Paz Vizla, who soon challenged him to a duel for the saber. Din accepted the challenge, and fought Vizla who was armed with a Personal Combat Shield and a vibroblade, and was initially disarmed, but soon gained the upper hand and forced Vizla to surrender. However, when challenged by the Armorer to take his vow, he admitted that he had removed his helmet, and was then banished as a punishment, unless he could atone in the living waters beneath the mines of Mandalore, as per the Way of the Mandalore. Djarin left the covert, the darksaber still at his possesion.