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A Call To Reason
this was the title of a pamphlet created by Mon Mothma and the early leaders of the Alliance to Restore the Republic. It contained a great deal of information on the atrocities being performed by Emperor Palpatine and his Imperial forces. It was distributed on neutral and Imperially-controlled worlds that the Alliance felt were on the verge of joining the rebellion. (XW)

A Galaxy Befuddled
this documentary, produced shortly after the Battle of Naboo and hosted by Doctor A. Rahring, provided a glimpse into the life of the Dorumaa leviathan. (LFCW)

A Google of Gornts
this was one of the worst holofilms of the Old Republic, produced in the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

A New Hope
title of Episode 4 of Star Wars. This is the official Episode title for the film Star Wars, which originally did not have an Episode name or number. This was added for the 1978 re-release, after work had been started on Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back.
Star Wars won the following Academy Awards:

  • Best Art Direction (Norman Reynolds, Lesley Dilley)
  • Best Set Decoration (Roger Christian)
  • Best Costume Design (John Mollo)
  • Best Sound (Derek Ball, Ben Burtt, Sam Shaw)
  • Best Film Editing (Paul Hirsch, Marcia Lucas, Richard Chew)
  • Best Visual Effects (John Dykstra)
  • Best Original Score (John Williams)
  • Special Achievement Award for Sound Effects Creation (Ben Burtt)

Star Wars was also nominated for the following awards:
  • Best Picture
  • Best Supporting Actor (Alec Guinness)
  • Best Director (George Lucas)
  • Best Screenplay (George Lucas)

A New Order
this Imperial holovid starred Alexis Cov-Prim. (LAA)

A Shadow Falls
this wildly popular holovid was directed by Ch'been, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (HNN4)

A Toss of the Dice: This Gambler's Life
these memoirs were collected and published by Lando Calrissian, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (GMR5)

A Vrassa
this pleasure-causing drug is standard in most medical kits. (CFG)

A. Rahring
this Kel Dor xenobiologist was noted for his work with the rare leviathans of the planet Dorumaa, during the last decades of the Old Republic. He hosted the documentary A Galaxy Befuddled, which brought the unusual life of the leviathan's to the public's attention. (LFCW)

this woman trained under the Jedi Master Kirlocca, at the Almas Academy, many years before the Battle of Yavin. She was noted for her desire to fight with two lightsabers, instead of one, a trait which worried the Masters of the Academy. However, A.J.'s trials produced sufficient evidence of the purity of her heart to alleviate any fears of her fighting style eminating from the Dark Side of the Force. (WOTC)

this was the abbreviated name used to describe the Ayelixe/Krongbing Textiles corporation, which produced a variety of full-body clothing that provided the wearer with protection in a number of environments. The most popular of A/KT's outfits was the Tuff1 combat jumpsuit. (DTO, ROE)

this was the original model of accounting droid produced by Genetech, and was the predecessor to the A2 series. (FTD)

this was the usual designation of the personal shuttles that were assigned to the Admirals of the Old Republic, missioned to taxi them to and from their flagships, during the height of the Clone Wars. (MJH)

A-1 Deluxe
an old model "floater" produced by Mobquet Swoops and Speeders, this landspeeder was produced just prior to the onset of the Clone Wars. It was not the fastest, sleekest, or most desirable speeder on the market, and was initially panned by critics. It was, however, extremely reliable and inexpensive. The body was 7.1 meters in length, but was thin and cylindrical, allowing it to accommodate just a pilot and a single passenger. The configuration of the speeder meant that the pilot and passenger had to sit one behind the other. An option on the A-1 was Corellian leather seating. One of the primary drawbacks to the A-1 Deluxe was the lack of cooling capacity for its drive systems. The A-1 Deluxe had a two-meter flight ceiling, and could attain speeds of 160 kilometers per hour. (TM, GG7, CCG2, HNN4)

A1 Tow
an Alliance heavy lifter group supplying Admiral Harkov during his attempt to defect to the Alliance. (TIE)

this was a series of ion engines produced by the Surronians for use on the L19 heavy freighter. (SS)

developed by Fabritech, this form of cargo scanner was used to determine the load, mass, and volume ratios of a starship's cargo. (SWJ4)

this was an old astrogation plotter, designed and manufactured by Republic Sienar Systems during the Old Republic. (PSG)

this as the designation of Aratech's one-man repulsorlift disk. This transport was simply a one-meter disk, onto which ware mounted several repulsorlift pocket drives and a command module and guardrail. They ware primarily used by construction workers who needed to reach inaccessible areas to complete their work. It measured about one meter in diameter, and stood about 1.5 meters tall. (CFG)

this was the designation of the clone trooper who, along with Anakin Skywalker, survived a Separatist attack on the moon of Ohma-D'un, during the height of the Clone Wars. Anakin chose to call the trooper Alpha, since he seemed to be much more than a simple clone. (RNFW, RBJ, RHF)

this was the callsign of one of the multitude of clone troopers who fought for the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars, serving under the command of Jedi Master Shaak Ti. A-1707's gunship was forced to crash-land on a remote jungle world about a year after the Battle of Geonosis, and A-1707 was the only member of his squad to survive the next two decades. His presence on the jungle world was discovered by Commander Narra and Luke Skywalker, during the search for a new Alliance base in the wake of the Battle of Yavin. The Alliance forces scouting the planet had been tracked by Imperial forces, and ambushed once they were on the ground. A-1707 had also been tracking the Alliance team, and was unsure how to proceeed when he saw Imperial stormtroopers chasing them through the jungle. Narra, in order to gain A-1707's confidence, explained the state of the galaxy since the Clone Wars, and indicated that Luke was a Jedi Knight as well as a "General" in the military. A-1707's ingrained training kicked in, and he agreed to support Narra's forces. A-1707 - who preferred to simply be called Able - assisted the Alliance forces in defeating the Imperials, and was helped off the planet by Skywalker during the Alliance's retreat. Able agreed to join the Alliance's Intelligence agency, and was later part of the assault team that infiltrated the Imperial labor colony on Kalist VI, about eight months after the Battle of Yavin. (SWEGS, SWEWW)

this set of coordinates, located in the first quadrant of the planet Tatooine, pinpointed the location of Obi-Wan Kenobi's hovel. (SWTJ)

this Red Star Shipping Action IV transport was hijacked by the Far Orbit while running a legitimate cargo for Cambrielle SolidState, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. Her Captain, Joh Steen, believed that the Far Orbit was an Imperial ship, and agreed to turn his cargo over to Dhas Vedij. (FOP)

this small ion engine was manufactured by the Surronians for use on the Conqueror Assault starship. They were smaller, and less powerful, than the A2.5 engine. (EGV)

this was the designation of a Viper probe droid guarding Zsinj's facilities on Xartun. (WS)

this was a series of accounting droids produced by Genetech. These hemispherical droids moved about on a small repulsor engine, and measured about a meter in diameter. The A2 replaced the earlier success of the A1 accounting droid, embracing the latest technologies. The A2 series could handle a variety of market valuations with extreme accuracy, making them valuable to huge financial operations like the Corporate Sector Authority. A small defect was discovered in the original SkillWare caused the A2 to have small inconsistencies when dealing with small businesses, but Genetech quickly fixed the problem. (SWJ15, FTD)

this Surronian ion engine was larger and more powerful than the A2-grade engine. (EGV)

A2.50-grade Engine
see A2.5 (MJH)

this was the name of Incom Industries' Treeduster speeder, produced during the last decades of the Old Republic. (EOS)

this was the designation of Incom's series of Sleuth Scout ships. The A-24 measured 14 meters in length, and required only a pilot to operate. A single passenger could also be accommodated. It was armed with two laser cannons, and was protected by a moderate set of shields. It had excellent maneuverability and sublight speed for a ship of its size and class. (WBC)

one of the best armor-piercing blasters produced during the Galactic Civil War, the Blas-Tech A280 rifle was reputed to be able to cut a fully-armored stormtrooper in half. Several of these rifles were stolen by Janse and brought to the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Endor. This weapon, along with predecessor, the DLT-20A, were marketed as Longblasters. The A280 was different from the DLT-20A in that its galven circuits were clustered near the focusing crystal, giving the weapon a slight bulge at the midseciton. This also provided the A280 with more power over a longer range. (RASB, TLC, CCG10, AEG)

this was a follow-on to the BlasTech A280 heavy blaster rifle, used by New Republic forces in the decade following the Battle of Endor. (DARK)

this Corellian Masternav map detailed the area of space surrounding the Sisar Run. (SSR)

this BlasTech blaster rifle as favored by marksmen and snipers for its accuracy and range. It was employed by those who worked in hostile environments, and was standard issue to the Alliance forces stationed at Echo Base on Hoth. (CCG9)

this spherical droid was originally designed as a business and accounting assistant. A2-B4 was first owned by Lord Anstaal, who was one of the Old Republic's richest nobles. After Anstaal died, A2-B4 was sold to Sybegh Abya, and was programmed to help him manage his breedtash ranch. A2-B4 performed well enough, but always compared his current stature to the "good old days" working for Anstaal. (SWJ6)

A2-grade Engine
see A2 (MJH)

known as Zip, this A2-series accounting droid was owned by Jhorag Corconnan. Zip acted as Jhorag's business associate, during Jhorag's work as a Tasar Crystal purchasing agent. However, A2-ZP had been programmed by the Alliance as a security droid, loyal to Jhorag and ordered to protect him while he organized rebel cells on Tasariq. (SWJ15)

this was the designation of a Viper probe droid guarding Zsinj's facilities on Xartun. (WS)

this was the designation of the Tonheld Mining Corporation asteroid facility that was used by the Hawk-bats as their base of operations. (IF)

this was a model of personal defense system designed by Corellian Technologies. Classified as a "personal defense module," the A3AA was a protective suit which emitted a cloud of courenth and ves, helping to disperse blaster energy and protect the wearer from weapons fire. (GG10, GUN)

a Duwani Mechanicals 3DO droid, this protocol and service droid was owned by Andur and Nomi Sunrider. (TOJ, TOJC)

this gleaming silver protocol droid was owned by Retter Lewis, and served as a translator and assistant at Callia's. (CRO)

A3-series Droid
this was a model of Imperial labor droid. (MC75)

this green-plated protocol droid served as the primary contact for any mercenary or smuggler visiting The Yard or Syndicate One. (SWJ8)

this old Kuat Drive Yards ion cannon was designed for use on large capital ships. (SOP)

A4 Juggernaut
this combat vehicle was the forerunner of the HAVw A5 Juggernaut produced by Kuat Drive Yards during the height of the New Order. It measured twenty meters in length, twelve meters in height, and could accommodate twenty passengers and a half-metric-ton of cargo. Most were armed with three turret-mounted heavy laser cannons and a pair of turret-mounted blaster cannons. (WOA18)

this A5-series assassin droid was purchased by Grosteek, who reprogrammed the droid to serve as the bouncer at the Farrimmer Café. A5 preferred hand-to-hand combat, but wouldn't hesitate to draw his blaster when necessary. A5 was destroyed when it got caught in the crossfire of a battle between Bon Sequors and the bounty hunters who were tracking him down for the theft of rare antiquities from the residence of Randar Dowellin. (SWJ11)

A-5 Envirosuit
produced by Malik Technologies, this environmental protection suit was quite expensive but well worth the cost. It gave the wearer complete protection from heat, radiation, and contamination. The A-5 had three basic parts: the inner bodysuit, a domed helmet, and a heavy backpack which contained the suit's control mechanisms. (GSE)

this modified 5DS-series protocol droid was assigned to Rith Tar'ak when she left active duty to serve as an Alliance recruiter on Ebra. A-5DS was the first of its kind to be produced, and was reprogrammed by Rith to help her make contact with those Ebranites who were forced to work in the lu-ramin mines of Grythsorin Canyon. (SWJ11)

A5-series Assassin Droid
this series of humanoid automaton was produced to serve as assassins. (SWJ11)

A-6 Interceptor
this was a small starfighter produced during the last decades of the Old Republic. In stock form, the A-6 was armed with a pair of turbolaser cannons. (JQ5)

A68 Market
located on the first Death Star in city sprawl North 7:A68, this was the home of the station's largest and most active network of black marketeers. Overseen by Gorsick Dommaro, it provided Imperial personnel with access to most forms of weapons, illegal holovids, and personal electronics. These items were obtained through a complex series of contacts and couriers spread througout the nearby sprawls. No specific location was ever identified. (DSTC)

this was one of the many Separatist assassin droids that accompanied Asajj Ventress to Phindar, in an attempt to capture Jedi Master Yoda before he could reach Vjun some thirty months after the Battle of Geonosis. Unfortunately, A-77 was one of the first assassin droids to be destroyed by the Jedi, and only his head was recovered by Ventress. (YDR)

A-9 Vigilance Interceptor
a fast, highly maneuverable starfighter built by Kuat Drive Yards, the A-9 was pulled out of the design archives in order to help fill the gap left by the loss of so many TIE Fighters during the Galactic Civil War. However, when the Alliance defeated the Empire at the Battle of Endor, many of KDY's factory worlds were the sites of rebellion and revolt. One such world was the prime manufacturing site of the A-9. When all was said and done, the A-9 found its way to the New Republic's arsenal instead of the Imperial fleet. The craft is 7.4 meters in length, and is armed with a pair of heavy turbolaser cannons. Like the TIE Fighter, the A-9 has no hyperdrive, although it is capable of speeds approaching 1,300 kph. (DE1, DESB)

see CT-96/298 (TCD)

A-98 Tac Code 12
this was a special code given to ARC trooper A-98, also known as Nate or Jangotat, which he could give to non-military personnel who performed extraordinary service for him during official business. In this way, supportive non-combatants could be given special consideration for combat pay by the Old Republic. (TCD)

A99 Aquata Breather
this small, thin device is often found in survival kits and utility belts. The A99 breather, when inserted into the user's mouth, extracts oxygen from the surrounding water, allowing the user to swim underwater and "breath" through their mouth. The A99 Aquata breather resembles a small, curved mouthpiece. (SW1)

A9G Archive Droid
developed by Industrial Automaton, this humanoid droid was designed to archive and collate large amounts of data. The primary operation of the A9G-series was as a librarian or library administrator. Unfortunately, the software which controlled these droids was flawed, and many universities and major libraries overwhelmed them. The A9G series was scrapped, and the Alliance acquired several of them on the auction blocks. With a bit of reprogramming, the A9G units were modified to sift through large amounts of military information and retrieve specific documents for military leaders. (TBSB)

A9-series Droid
this was a series of driller droids developed for use in mining operations. (JH)

this Kuat Drive Yards thrust engine design was created for use in the A-9 Vigilance Interceptor. They have self-contained power generators. (EGV)

the verbobrain model that was installed in the venerable 3PO series of protocol droids, the AA-1 verbobrain was built by SyntheTech during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was designed to hold the etiquette practices of millions of species, with the ability to cross-reference and analyze alien amenities. These units often contained some five exabytes of computer storage, and operated at a frequency of seven petahertz. (CPL, SWSB, MJH)

this was the name of a datafile maintained by TriNebulon News, and contained reportly 8,000-year-old cave drawings found by Andor Javin on Sullust. According to reports, the cave drawings predicted the rise of the Empire. (SWJ10)

this version of a droid verbobrain was produced by Arakyd, for use in the AD-series of armory droids. (FTD)

this was a model of outdated Trast repulsor truck. (IA)

this was the model number of Vector Technologies' Keeper subdermal control system. (WSV)

designation of the detention block on the first Death Star used to imprison Princess Leia. It was located on Level 5. (SW)

this T-4A Lambda-class shuttle was part of the small group of ships assigned to the Alliance's Storm Unit, during their attempts to free prisoners from Imperial prison facilities. (XWA)

this was the designation of Trast's speeder truck. Measuring over twenty-one meters in length, the A-A5 was designed to transport heavy cargoes across rough terrain on Outer Rim worlds. The A-A5 required a three-person crew, and could accommodate up to 25,000 kilograms of cargo. The A-A5 was protected from harsh environments by thick armor plating, which made the A-A5 easily reconfigurable for use as an unarmed troop transport. With some modification, the A-A5 could move 25 troops with ease. (RASB, TLC, AEG)

designation of the X-wing Luke was flying during Thrawn's reign of terror. (HTTE)

this was the designation of a Trast speeder truck developed after the Battle of Endor. It was designed to be a cargo transport, with a maximum capacity of three individuals and 25,000 kilograms of cargo. (TSK)

this was one of the largest freighter designs of the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Known as the Coruscant Freighter, the triple-engined AA-9 could accommodate more than 30,000 passengers when configured for passenger transport. The engines of the AA-9, a trio of Corellian Engineering Corporation Dyne 2577 radial sublight engines, provided more than enough thrust to escape a planet's atmosphere and reach a hyperspace jump point. Note that, according to Star Wars Insider #61, these ships were known as Botajef Freighter-Liners. (TCG1, SWDB, SWI60)

an Alliance heavy lifter group supplying Admiral Harkov during his attempt to defect to the Alliance. (TIE)

this SyntheTech verbobrain was developed for protocol droids during the early decades of the New Republic. (HT)

Aabe, Peita
this bald man, a former Imperial officer, served as the Chief Navigator of the Chiss Expansionary Defense Force during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Several years earlier, he suddenly appeared at the border of Chiss space, asking for asylum. Distinguished by thin mouth, deep-set eyes, and prodigious nose, Aabe was a short-tempered man who had little patience. He was also determined to keep Csilla out of the New Republic, and found a number of supporters among the Chiss. In order to ensure that Csilla remained outside the Republic, Aabe arranged to have Soontir Fel's family captured and eliminated, a plan which would silence the loudest support for Csilla's joining the Republic. However, when his plans were revealed to those Chiss who served him, Aabe found himself acting alone. His self-centered goals didn't sit well with the Chiss, and he was forced to submit to Jacen Solo and Commander Irolia. He was tried and imprisoned for his treachery. (FH2)

this was a codename used by one of Bail Organa's agents during the last days of the Imperial Senate. He was used only when top-level business of the Alliance needed to be conducted. Thus, his presence always meant something important to the recipient of his message. Aach was dispatched to Anchoron to tell Garm Bel Iblis of the discovery of the plans to the first Death Star. Aach's arrival delayed the beginning of Bel Iblis' speech to the assembled group at the Treitamma Political Center, and probably saved the Senator's life. The Center exploded in a ball of flame, part of a plot to assassinate Bel Iblis's wife and force him to join the Alliance. (TFNR)

this hulking, humanoid assault droid was developed and manufactured by Arakyd Industries, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Arakyd used a great many of these droids in its own corporate security force. Most notably, sixty AAD-4 droids were dispatched to the planet Vulpter, where they stormed the corporate offices of Viper Sensor Intelligence Systems and halted the production of the XPLR-R exploration droid. (HNN5)

this planet was located just a half-day's trip through hyperspace from Ragoon-6. The planetary government of Aaeton had, at one time, obtained special permission to allow young students to travel to Ragoon-6 for survival camping trips. This was in return for helping the Ragoon elders administer the hand-over of their planet to the Galactic Senate. (JQ2)

Aagh Odok
this was a noted Zabrak explorer. (WOTC)

this ball of molten rock was the innermost planet of the Zug System. (PH)

this planet was one of many worlds that was scarred by the fighting during the Clone Wars. Note that this may be a misspelling of Aargonar. (LEV)

this woman and her husband, Lootra, lived on Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. The Exchange kidnapped Aaida and held her hostage, in an attempt to force Lootra to become a member of the Exchange. He refused, and eventually asked The Exile to help him free Aaida. The Exile managed to free her, and the couple was reunited. (KOTOR2)

Aak Dog
see Akk Dog (OWS)

this Old Corellian term means 'respect' or, more literally, 'respecting space.' When used by a Socorran, it translates to 'individual space,' and indicates the right of every native of Socorro to go about his or her own business without others prying in. A violation of aa'kua is a crime against the individual's own person, and was considered worse than murder. (SWJ7, BSS)

this was the name of a religious militant group that developed on the planet Talus during the early stages of the New Order. (GQRG)

see Aakuan (GQRG)

this Rodian arms dealer worked with Gredori, Keesi, and Vosso during the early years of the New Order. (WOTC)

this young Jedi student was one of Bruck Chun's obnoxious friends. (RF)

this New Republic Intelligence agent held the rank of Major. Aama was assigned to Alpha Blue, and served as one of Hiram Drayson's senior facilitators. (TT)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name meant "firelight". (GCG)

Aanor ishiia zals
this Old Corellian phrase translates into Basic as, "Love conquers all." (SWJ12)

AAP-II Blaster Box
this deadly, rectangular weapon was produced by Briletto during the height of the Clone Wars, for use in arming the BL-series Battle Legionnaire droids of the Separatist armies. (SWI80)

this is the homeworld of the Aar'aa race. (TPS)

this race of chameleon-like reptiloids is native to the planet Aar, and is known for its ability to match its skin color to its surroundings. Known as skin-changers, the Aar'aa are tall, well-muscled humanoids with pebbly-scaled skin, clawed hands and feet, and a thin ridge of skin running down their backs. Their large faces are dominated by thick eye-ridges which hang down over small, glowing eyes. (TPS)

this surname was common among the Sullustan race, and meant "brewer" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

a planet of some importance to the Empire, Aargau was known throughout the galaxy for its banks. It was known to many beings as the Jewel of the Zug System. By the time of the Clone Wars, Aargau was under the control of the InterGalactic Banking Clan. Much of the planet's surface was dominated by a huge pyramid, which was divided into seven distinct and vast levels that had been built one atop the other for thousands of years. All visitors reported to the uppermost level, which was the smallest and easiest to secure. Access to the lower levels was granted on an as-needed basis to those citizens and visitors with the correct credentials. The seventh level, known as the Undercity, was a lawless area where any number of illegal and criminal activites could be found. In order to ensure that individuals remained on the correct levels, specialized lasers tinted the lighting of each level to a unique color. Sometime before the Battle of Yavin, Aargau was the site of a week-long conference between Baron Tagge and the Corporate Sector companies. The result of the meeting was the formation of the Corporate Sector Authority. Aargau remained neutral during the Galactic Civil War, although Princess Leia Organa and Darth Vader played an intricate game of politics there. After the Battle of Endor, Aargau fortified itself behind planetary shields and perimeter warships. Aargau was the third planet of the Zug System, and was orbited by a single moon. The average day on the planet lasted 24 standard hours, and its year encompassed 364 local days, giving Aargau a similar calendar to that of Coruscant. (CSA, DESB, MC48, BF3, PH)

Aargau Charter
this was the charter that established the governing principles of the people of Aargau. Among the most prominent rights given to the people by the Charter was the requirement that each individual be armed to protect themselves. (SWI65)

Aargau Executive Board
this was the name given to the primary governmental body which controlled the planet Aargau, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SWI65)

Aargau Medical Observer Corps
this neutral organization was active during the height of the Clone Wars. Both the Separatists and the Old Republic tolerated the AMOC, allowing them to visit war-torn worlds to investigate any atrocities which might have been committed. (SWI70)

this was the name of the derivative language spoken by the natives of the planet Aargau. Much of the language was based on the financial aspects of Aargau's economy. (PH)

this was the term used by the human population of Aargau to describe themselves. (PH)

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