Which Star Wars Planet Provides the Highest Quality of Life?

Some Star Wars planets, like Dagobah, are full of unique and dangerous wildlife creatures. Others, such as Coruscant, have plenty of culture and citizens. So which one would be the most habitable? To find out which planet from the galaxy far, far away you should live on, here’s what you need to know.

 

Alderaan

The terrestrial planet of Alderaan was once covered with greenery, mountains, and cultured cities. It was also the home to Princess Leia. Unfortunately, the cherished planet ended up destroyed, taking away a planet where education and beauty were in abundance. Research from Betway shows that many viewers would consider Alderaan to be the most idyllic Star Wars location before the explosion.

Quality of Life Rating:

10/10 Pre-Destruction, 0/10 Post-Destruction

Forest Moon of Endor

The Forest Moon of Endor hosts splendid beauty in the form of thick trees and gorgeous distant mountains. You run the risk of running into the Ewoks, though, who you’d want to make friends with as quickly as possible. If you manage to get them on your side, you might end up living like a forest creature.

Quality of Life Rating:

7/10

Coruscant

Coruscant is a giant city floating through space. One benefit of living there includes a bustling, busy lifestyle, but it also holds a class system that leaves the poor with a lower quality of life. As a result, you should expect a civil war to break out now and again.

Quality of Life Rating:

9/10 for the rich, 2/10 for the poor.

Dagobah

If you like a peaceful life full of meditation and inner thinking, Dagobah could be your perfect home. You could get eaten by a dangerous creature, though, like the Pikobis or the Water Dragons. There are lots to explore, at least, and you might get used to the humid swamps after a while.

Quality of Life Rating:

5/10

Hoth

When it comes to quality of life, most people list a warm place to rest pretty highly. For that reason, Hoth doesn’t make the cut. It’s a planet full of ice, snow, and scary Wampas who’ll probably kill you, so you’re much better off choosing a planet a few light-years away.

Quality of Life Rating:

1/10

Tatooine

Living on Tatooine would be hot, sweaty, and full of hard work. Not only would you have to deal with the blistering heat, but you’d also have to handle the strange and dodgy characters around town. But, on the bright side, the binary sunset is something to behold.

Quality of Life Rating:

5/10

Kashyyyk

Kashyyyk is a pretty planet that homes the Wookiees species. So while you might not get on with the scarily giant slugs and terrifying spiders, the treehouses would provide you with a comfortable home with amazing views. Plus, after a hard day’s work, you could always go and sit with your thoughts on the nearest beach.

Quality of Life Rating:

7/10

Mustafar

Mustafar might be pretty to look at from afar, but that’s as close as you should get. Reminiscent of the fiery pits of hell, this lava-filled planet would kill you pretty quickly. The only thing going for it is that it was the setting to the exhilarating battle between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader.

Quality of Life Rating:

0/10

Naboo – the Winner

Who wouldn’t want to live on Naboo? It has a kindly, democratic monarchy, beautiful lakes, intricate buildings, and never-ending culture. You’d feel especially at home as an artist!

Quality of Life Rating:

10/10

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