When Leia Entered Coruscant’s Forbidden Level 4 and Discovered the Lost Museum of Humanity? [Canon]

When Leia Entered Coruscant’s Forbidden Level 4 and Discovered the Lost Museum of Humanity? [Canon]


Coruscant’s multi-layered city contained
5,127 levels, with the highest housing the richest beings of the planet, while the lowest
housed the poorest. The absolute lowest level that was habitable
and accessible to the public was level 5, with the first 4 levels beneath it being abandoned,
and they were likely forbidden for the public to enter during the Galactic Empire’s reign,
possibly to discourage those in discovering the ancient secrets that were contained there. One of these ancient secrets was actually
discovered by a young teenage Princess Leia and her friend Holdo, both of whom were at
the time Junior legislators in training for the Imperial Senate for their respective planets. During one of their days off, Leia helped
teach Holdo how to fly an air speeder within Coruscant’s chaotic city lanes. During the flying lesson, Holdo kept asking
Leia about the ground level and how far it was from where they were. Leia answered it was 5127 levels below them,
but the furthest one anyone could get to was level 5. This sparked Holdo’s curiosity on what was
really at the very bottom. Eventually after taking practice lessons on
the air speeder and finally learning how to fly one, Holdo took the wheel to the actual
city lanes with Leia onboard. Holdo flew like a maniac, with Leia holding
on for dear life throughout the wild ride. During the flight, Holdo kept flying down
toward the lower city levels, eventually confessing to a bamboozled Leia that she was attempting
to reach Level 4, because she read about some ancient temple called the Lost Museum supposedly
existing down there. The two of them eventually made it to the
lower levels and began to explore the underworld on foot. After some time, they came across a carnival
and were drawn to a mysterious tent. Also fun fact, the guy leaving the tent with
his kid is actually Sleazebaggano, the same guy Obi-Wan mind tricked in Attack of The
Clones, telling the drug dealer to go home and rethink his life. And it appears rethink his life he did, for
the better. Anyway, Leia and Holda entered the tent which
contained a circus act inside. They finally made their way toward a Psychic
within the area, who likely felt Leia’s force sensitivity when she asked the Princess
to place her hands on her orb. Likely with the Force at work, Leia’s hands
began to glow in response to the Orb’s power. The Psychic explained that what they sought
will be found through the guidance of the glow in her hands. This ended up being true, as whenever Leia
moved toward the direction of the Lost Museum hidden in Level 4, her hands began to glow
brighter and brighter. Now back in the air speeder, Leia and Holdo
continued down toward the lower levels until finally they were able to make themselves
into the forbidden level 4 by entering and flying through old pipes as passages to bypass
the restricted areas. As they continued on flying, they came across
a small crime gang hideout. After a short chase and eventually losing
their pursuers, Leia and Holdo were finally able to discover the ancient structure known
as the Lost Museum. The Lost Museum contained ancient statues
of Humans and animals that were likely native to Coruscant prior to the construction of
all the cities. Seeing how Holdo described the beauty as a
connection to their past, it’s very possible that this is a confirmation that Humans were
the native species of Coruscant, an idea that’s generally accepted but has yet to be officially
fully confirmed. If true, the statues likely showcased what
Humans of Coruscant were like before all the advancements in technology and the burial
of the natural grounds under the metal cities. Glowing plants were also scattered across
the statues as they lit up the place, and it’s possible they were native to Coruscant
as well. Following their exploration of the Lost Museum,
Leia and Holdo were able to safely return to the upper levels. It’s currently unknown if they ever mentioned
their discovery to anyone or the fate of the Lost Museum following its discovery.

90 Comments on "When Leia Entered Coruscant’s Forbidden Level 4 and Discovered the Lost Museum of Humanity? [Canon]"


  1. It amazes me that there is SOOOOOO MUCH content in the Star Wars universe, and Disney and George didnt even tap into any of it.

    In the right hands Star Wars could be phenomenal.

    I'd LOVE to see Neill Blomkamp do a Star Wars trilogy!!! His unique take on sci fi could make a truly original and standalone Star Wars experience

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  2. Sleazebaggano: A Star Wars Story. A tale about a former deathstick dealer who given the right encouragement stopped selling them and rethought his life for the better. An inspiring story it would be

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  3. And apparently Holdo was always terrible with vehicles. That said, Kat-B320 from Halo: Reach would have crashed almost instantly.

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  4. i like the idea of there being forbiden levels of Coruscant, which are filled with misteries BUT this story was just really bad and doesnt really fit Star Wars. I dont think that glowing hands belong in Star Wars and I dont think that having this be a fun adventure of TWO SENATORS – POLITICIANS, responsible for their entire planets and their reputation in the galaxy. This would be amazing as a part of a book of sorts. Maybe have a jedi, who escaped to the underground levels after the order 66, discovering those misteries and learning the history of Coruscant. That would be a thrilling story!

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  5. I wonder about the planet it's self before it had the 5127 levels.
    How big was it, say it was the size as earth with the same gravity and atmospheric pressure then you put 5127 levels on top of that how has it changed?
    At level 1 does it still have its same gravity but higher atmospheric pressure and at level 5127 will it have higher gravity and less atmospheric pressure?

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  6. I wonder about the planet it's self before it had the 5127 levels.
    How big was it, say it was the size as earth with the same gravity and atmospheric pressure then you put 5127 levels on top of that how has it changed?
    At level 1 does it still have its same gravity but higher atmospheric pressure and at level 5127 will it have higher gravity and less atmospheric pressure?

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  7. I wonder about the planet it's self before it had the 5127 levels.
    How big was it, say it was the size as earth with the same gravity and atmospheric pressure then you put 5127 levels on top of that how has it changed?
    At level 1 does it still have its same gravity but higher atmospheric pressure and at level 5127 will it have higher gravity and less atmospheric pressure?

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  8. I wonder about the planet it's self before it had the 5127 levels.
    How big was it, say it was the size as earth with the same gravity and atmospheric pressure then you put 5127 levels on top of that how has it changed?
    At level 1 does it still have its same gravity but higher atmospheric pressure and at level 5127 will it have higher gravity and less atmospheric pressure?

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  9. She saw Trump reelected in the past, freaked out. May the Swartz be with you in Lore Master: The need for more Views

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  10. It's actually really nice to see what happened to "Death Stick Dude", thanks man, and hello from the North of Ireland 🇮🇪🇮🇪👋👋

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  11. so under 5127 levels of dura-steel and concrete on a planet wide city there's no polution, no garbage, no monsters, no toxic fumes and there's still breathable air with enough oxygen.
    oh legends how much I miss you.

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  12. warlocks are fucking gay fucks hunters go shove your knife up your ass Titans for days blood the hounds of war are calling

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  13. This reads like a really bad fanfiction from the only person out there that actually liked admiral Holdo. And the artwork is even worse… Sorry guys, nohting wrong with the video, just disappointed at what Disney considers canon

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  14. That is cool that we get some info on the early humans great video lore mater. Leia is a awesome character.

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  15. It's be interesting if we could see what the Star Wars galaxy looked like before the races of the galaxy took to the stars. Were they anything like us or did they go a different route.
    The pre-Republic era is just begging to be explored.

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  16. Seriously they’re trying to retroactively insert holdo into leia’s past to try and make her important or something? Else screw that she’s not Winter.

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  17. So this is Canon?

    It looks like some terrible tumblr fancomic (and will have as much as an impact on the main lore as one).

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  18. obi-wan is such an impactful character to the series that he even manage to make a Drug Dealer Rethink his life

    for the better 😊

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  19. In this comic Holdo says she had a habit of crashing things as a kid, so her parents never helped her learn to drive a speeder

    In the end, she used that habit of crashing things to save the resistance

    (I know of the upset that scene caused, but, if this was intended, that is clever foreshadowing)

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  20. Question 1: Has the true Coruscant been relieved yet? I saw your video about Level 1 and with this one, it makes me more curious about the Original state of the planet.

    Question 2: Why is the art style look like some recent Scooby-Do reject?

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  21. If only Leia had died down there. We wouldn't have had to suffer watching Fisher's train wreck she calls acting.

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  22. Rethinking my life really put everything into perspective. I turned things around and everything is going great guys!

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  23. I liked this story :3
    And the art is cute lol Reminds me of some of the comics I see on tumblr a lot.

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