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this droid was employed by Bahima in her business on Onderon, during the yeasr following the Mandalorian Wars. (KOTOR2)

S-1 Viper Automadon
a typographic name given to the X-1 Viper Automadon. (DE2)

this was Corellian Engineering Corporation's version of the Stinger-class fighter. Meauring just 3.5 meters in length, the S-100 was lightly armed by highly maneuverable. Developed around the time of the Great Sith War, the S-100 boasted a pair of assault laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers as armament. These ships were favored by the Jedi Knights of the era, because their maneuverability allowed them to avoid an outright dogfight while disabling a target. (PJSB)

S12-series Droid
a series of cylindrical droids produced by Industrial Automaton. (CRO)

a SoroSuub blaster weapon. (WG)

S1S Surveillance Droid
produced by TapTronics during the New Order, this surveillance droid was designed to supplement actual security forces. It was a simple automaton, essentially a repulsor-equipped camera with minimal computer memory and skills. (TSIA)

this was a standard communications encryption protocol used by the Thaereian military, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (LFCW)

this research droid was essentially a rolling computer which was equipped with arms. Known as OhThreeOh, it was programmed for biological research and was assigned to the Almas Academy during the last decades of the Old Republic. Unknown to the researchers on Almas, S2P-030 was actually an espionage droid, although the droid did not know who or where it was sending its data-filled signals, nor did it even know it was sending out the data. (LFC)

this was a series of scientific droids produced by TelBrinTel during the height of the New Order. Originally designed to Imperial military specifications, the S2R series had the ability to "brainstorm" due to the use of an advanced protocol chip. They were deployed in laboratories which focused on biological and chemical warfare, as well as armor and guidance system development facilities. (SWJ13)

this was the civilian verson of the TelBrinTel S2R science droid. It had the same capabilities as the military version - including the ability to "brainstorm" - but was hard-wired so that it could not knowingly work on weapons projects. (SWJ13)

this was Damorind Securities' portable force cage. (GG10)

this was one of the many repair droids that were owned by Star Tours, during the Galactic Civil War. S4 was little more than a box that moved about on four legs, with an articulated arm attached on the top for manipulating objects. (ST)

this was the model number of an underwater torpedo launched designed and produced by Czerka during the Galactic Civil War. (HAS)

this was the model number designation of the Phoenix Hawk-class light pinnace, designed and built by Kuat Systems Engineering. (SOG)

this droid spent a number of years on Nar Shaddaa, following the Mandalorian Wars, wandering around the pazaak dens in search of a game. The Exile later discovered that a programming glitch in S4-C8's computer core caused it to impulsively play pazaak whenever it could. The Exile managed to repair the glitch, freeing S4-C8 from its unusual desire to play pazaak. (KOTOR2)

this protocol droid was the only non-organic entity left on the moon of Tilnes, at the time of the Battle of Naboo. S-4QD remained on Tilnes even after the Verga Mer Mining Company instituted its "purely organic workforce," because it served as a representative for the droid manufacturing centers on Uffel. S-4QD was unsure why it was left on Tilnes, although it understood that its role was of an advisor. S-4QD was not even sure that S-4QD was its original desingation, having withstood nearly 100 system shutdowns in its twenty years of service on Tilnes. (LFC)

this was the designation of a mid-sized power generator developed on Nubia. The S-5 was developed to complement the 150 hyperdrive core. (X2)

this was the designation of the heavy blaster used by the Security Officer Corps of Naboo, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Produced by Theed Arms, the S-5 was also the base used for ascension guns, and a quick modification allowed a general-use blaster to become an ascension gun. Note that the Arms and Equipment Guide indicates that this weapon was produced by SoroSuub. (IG1, SON, AEG)

this was a Nubian power generator, developed to accommodate some of the Nubians' most advanced hyperdrive systems during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (X2)

this starship sensor system was developed and manufactured by Gavvatronics during the Old Republic. (SWJ5)

S87 Dynamo
Gurian's hovercraft power plant dynamo, similar to that used on Mekuun's Hoverscout combat vehicle. (ISB)

S9 Heavy Power Droid
this was Veril Line Systems' answer to the EG-6 power droid. Measuring just under a meter in height, the S9 moved about on a pair of heavy-duty treads. It could recharge the power cells of a starship in just under a day, making it a more powerful energy supplier than the EG-6. (FTD)

Sa Kasik
this was a Nothoiin term used to describe an elderly member of society. (WOA33)

Sa kyr'am Nau tracyn kad, Vode an
this Mandalorian war chant translated into Basic as "Forged like the saber in the fires of death, Brothers all." (RCHC)

a crimelord active during the Galactic Civil War, Saadoon-Kauldi was recruited to the world of Socorro by Abdi-Badawzi to help expand the presence of Ethra Brewery and other Socorran businesses beyond the Socorran System. A member of the Kadri'Ra species, it was rumored that Kauldi was enslaved and transported on a slaveship with the great-grandfather of Abdi-Badawzi, and that he was freed when the Badawzi family arranged for the ship to be attacked and the slaves freed. Abdi-Badawzi called on a "debt of honor" when he recruited Kauldi, promising a portion of the profits from the Ethra Brewery as well as a stronghold on the planet Neftali. Kauldi eventually agreed, hoping to begin a working relationship with the Society of the Black Bha'lir as well. Pret Swain later supplied a bulk cruiser for Kauldi to use as a personal transport, which he named the Merkel and used as an orbiting base near Neftali. However, the plight of his people - enslaved by the Empire - was never far from Kauldi's mind. He also never forgot the fact that he himself was a former slave, and he worked hard to free slaves and give them positions in his organization where warranted. (SWJ5, BSS)

an alien race. (JE)

this species of grass is found on near the deserts and beaches of the planet Naboo. Its blades are tall and brittle, and have a greenish-gray color. The Gungans harvest large amounts of saago grass and boil it in the sap of the rutiger tree, during which the saago grass is softened and strengthened. The pliable blades are then woven into a heavy cloth that is used by soldiers as a natural armor covering. (GF)

Saahir Ru'luv
this Twi'lek female was a noted singer and entertainer who often worked at the Orange Lady Tavern on Corellia. She was also a contact for the Alliance's weapons smugglers in the area. During her early career, she fell in love with Thaddeus Ross, and the two remained together for three years before she broke off the relationship. She turned her attention to Juri Marbra, and the two planned to get married when Saahir asked Thaddeus to run some weapons for the Alliance. She was fatally wounded when the Empire discovered the location of the Alliance's base at Merich's Bend, and raided the facility. Thaddeus managed to recover her body, but she died in his arms shortly afterward. Before she passed away, Saahir made Thaddeus swear to go to the moon of Isamu with someone he really cared for, to forgive her for her breaking off of their relationship. (SWJ15)

this was the name of the Neimoidian freighter which Nute Gunray and Rune Haako used to launch their blockade of the Naboo System with Darth Sidious. The ship was visually just a simple freighter of the horseshoe-designed favored by the Trade Federation, but was well armed and protected. The name Saak'ak translated into Basic as Profiteer. Note that Star Wars: The New Essential Guide to Characters indicates that the Saak'ak was the Droid Control Ship destroyed in the Battle of Naboo. (DMSH, COD, NEGC)

this was a noted member of the Tarasin race. (LFC)

Saalo Morn
this ancient Sith fanatic had originally failed in his training as a Jedi, some 1,000 years after the Great Sith War. He stole his master's helmet, which had been infused with the Force, and fled the Core Worlds to set up his own kingdom. He was able to quell the locals, but never found an apprentice worthy of training. Saalo Morn never really died, but passed into a state of unity with the Dark Side of Force when he was buried in his crypt. He remained within his crypt, assuming the guise of a bas-relief on the walls, until a group of adventurers discovered his crypt many millennia later. Awakened by the presence of the Force among the adventurers, Morn's spirit led the group deeper into the crypt and drew on their Force-sensitivity, hoping to get one of the group to don the ancient helmetof his master. The adventurers refused to accede to his wishes, and destroyed the helmet. Saalo Morn's spirit was dissipated, and was never seen again. (WOA7)

this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Saar, Anton
the author of Of Droids and Men. (RASB)

Saar, Valara
this woman was a member of the Force-sensitive Yashuvhi, and was living on the planet Yashuvhu when the crew of the Old Republic exploration vessel Pathfinder III located their planet. She was eager to learn more about the Jedi Knights, and spent a great deal of time with the team from the Old Republic learning what she could. She convinced the crew of the Pathfinder III to take her with them when they returned to their base. Valara wandered the galaxy for many years, learning everything she could about the civilizations she encountered, before returning to Yashuvhu to share her experiences. She was deemed a Prophetess, and spent the rest of her life training the Yashuvhi in the use of the Force. (SWRPG, WOTC)

this was the highest rank any of the Jensaarai Force users could achieve. At any point in time, there could only be one Saarai-kaar among the Jensarai, much the same as there was only one Dark Lord of the Sith. Like the other Jensaarai, the Saarai-kaar wore cortosis-covered armor. Nikkos Tyris was one of the most powerful of the Saarai-kaar, until he was defeated by Nejaa Halcyon. When Leonia Tavira twisted the Jensaarai to her uses, she made them believe that a Halcyon would be their undoing unless they served her. How she discovered Corran Horn's true identity is a mystery, but she kidnapped Mirax Terrik and made the Jensaarai hold her on Suarbi 7/5 in order to draw Corran into her trap. The Saarai-kaar believed the charade whole-hearted, especially after Tavira shot the former Imperial governor and claimed to be liberating the natives of Suarbi 7/5 from Imperial control. When Corran and Luke Skywalker assaulted suarbi 7/5 in an effort to free Mirax, they came up against Tavira, the Saarai-karr and the combined might of the Jensaarai. Luke took care of the warriors while Corran battle their female leader. She nearly had him, until he recognized the fighting style she used from his vision of Halcyon's death, and implanted an image of Tyris in her mind. Her momentary lapse in concentration dropped her defenses, and Mirax stunned her with several blasters from her own weapon. When she awoke later on, she accused Luke and Corran of prolonging her death, but Elegos A'kla used his memnii of her husband's and Nikkos Tyris' deaths to try and convince her of the truth in their words. She chose not to believe, revealing that the Jensaarai were descended from Force users who had learned of Sith magics, but their number died with Tyris. The new Saarai-kaar continued to believe the Jedi were wrong, but actually trained her disciples with the light side of the Force. The word Saarai-kaar is a Sith term meaining "keeper of the truth." When Emperor Palpatine began his Jedi purge, his discovery of Force users on Suarbi 7/5 led him to send Darth Vader there. Rather than accept the allegiance of the new Saarai-kaar's son, Vader killed him as a Jedi, since he lacked the Sith magic. (IJ)

this crimelord ran a top-notch organization during the height of the New Order. His mercenaries and hired thugs were always well-armed, finely attired, and smugly confident in their abilities. (GMS)

this Tarasin served as an aide to Senator Lavina Wren of Cularin, during the early years of the Clone Wars. She was distinguished from other Tarasin by an unusual tattoo of a snakelike lizard, whose tail ran from her jawline up to and around her ear-slit. (LFCW)

this backwater, Outer Rim world was once the site of a major Alliance base. This base served the sector as an intelligence and communications relay station. It was abandonded following the Battle of Endor, when the Star Destroyer Stormhawk entered the system and destroyed the base. The New Republic dispatched a team to reclaim the base. (SWJ6)

Saava Silk
this was one of the galaxy's finest fabrics. (SESB)

Sab Rufo Academy
an institute of higher learning, Sab Rufo Academy maintained an oceanographic institute on Trieron. (PG1)

this was the alias used by the Dark Lady during her mission to infiltrate the estate of Vien'sai'malloc, during the height of the Clone Wars. Saba was the servant of Tuulaa Doneeta. The alias was discovered by Aurra Sing, who was secretly working for Vien'sai'malloc at the time. (J3)

Saba Sebatyne
this Barabel was one of the leaders of the rogue group of Force-sensitives known as the Wild Knights. Saba and her comrades had been trained by the Jedi Knight Eelysa, during the human's mission to Barab I. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Saba felt that it was time for the Wild Knights to join the Jedi Knights in defending the galaxy. She sent three of her students - her own son Tesar and his hatchmates, Bela and Krasov Hara - to join Luke Skywalker at Eclipse. Later, after the death of Anakin Solo at Myrkr, it was Saba who suggested that the Jedi Knights begin using Force-melds to join their minds together with the Force, using their combined might in battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. Her suggestion was two-fold, to assist the New Republic's military and to help the Jedi Knights - especially Tahiri Veila - regain a measure of their humanity in the face of devastating loss and anguish. Saba remained part of Luke Skywalker's inner circle of advisors, and she continued to fight against the Yuuzhan Vong invaders. When her hatchmate, Reswa, was to have her coming-of-age ceremony, Saba returned to Barab I, only to find the world engulfed in flames. The Yuuzhan Vong had reduced the planet's surface to bubbling lava and eliminated all lifeforms. Angry and hurt, Saba attacked the remaining transport ship and its coralskipper escort. Unknown to Saba was the fact that the transport was a slaveship which held all the surviving Barabels, who were to be enslaved by the alien invaders. As she destroyed the transport, Saba watched in horror as Barabel bodies spewed out. Later, after returning to Master Skywalker, Saba was forced to admit that death was probably better for her people than slavery. Nevertheless, Saba felt responsible for the death of her people, and fought back against the Yuuzhan Vong with a vengeance. That fire was quenched somewhat when Master Skywalker asked her to accompany him on a mission to locate Zonama Sekot. Saba took the offer as Master Skywalker intended it, as a way to take the hunt back to the enemy. An unexpected outcome of Saba's loss at Barab I was a heightened Force-sense for life. Saba found that she could sense life around her in greater detail, and could even sense when another being was ill. It was not quite a healer's skill, but something that Saba used on many occasions to help her fellow Jedi. This ability brought her closer to the Chadra-Fan healer Tekli, as the two worked together to try and heal Tahiri Veila and, later, Gilad Pellaeon. When the Yuuzhan Vong then attacked Borosk in an effort to eliminate the Imperials, Saba volunteered - along with Danni Quee - to infiltrate a slaveship to liberate the captured Imperials and destroy the ship from within. Their actions in freeing the surviving Imperials earned her the respect of Pellaeon and several other military leaders. Later, after the Jedi had finally located Zonama Sekot, Saba felt herself drawn into the planet's immense lifeforce. She felt more at home on the rogue planet than on her own homeworld, and this helped her see that in locating the planet and proving that the Jedi indeed looking for a peaceful resolution to the war, she had acquitted herself of the loss of Barab I. Saba found a new resolve to help settle the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. During the final stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong, after the living planet Zonama Sekot agreed to help bring about an end to the conflict, Saba was one of several Jedi Knights were bonded to seed-partners and provided with Sekotan starships. When the Colony began its expansion toward Chiss space, Saba was among the Jedi Masters gather by Master Skywalker to investigate the disapperance of several Jedi Knights. Among the seven missing Jedi was Tesar. Saba was the first to discover that Welk had survived the crash of the Tachyon Flier, after doing battle with him on Jwlio. Upon her recovery from the injuries she sustained from Welk, Saba was surprised when Leia Organa Solo pledged to become a full Jedi Knight, and asked Saba to be her Master. Saba gladly agreed. (SBS, Y, FH1, FH3, UF, DN1)

a card game played in most every casino, sabacc used a standard deck of seventy-six cards. The deck was split into four suits and a set of face cards. The four suits were represented by sabres, coins, flasks, and staves; each suit had eleven regular cards numbered 1 through 11 and four ranked cards - the Commander, The Mistress, the Master, and the Ace. The ranked cards were valued from twelve to fifteen. The face cards - which some players considered to be a separate "suit" - were split into two groups of eight cards, with pairs having positive and negative values. Among the face cards were The Idiot (value zero), the Queen of Air and Darkness (positive or negative 2), Endurance (positive or negative eight), Balance (positive or negative eleven), Demise (positive of negative thirteen), Moderation (positive or negative fourteen), the Evil One (positive or negative fifteen), and the Star (positive or negative seventeen). Note that Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu defines a sabacc deck of seventy-eight cards, while Galaxy of Fear 4 - The Nightmare Machine claims there are only 72 cards in a sabacc deck. Non-standard sabacc decks have included such face cards as Chance, Hazard, the Satellite, The Wheel, and The Destroyed Starship. Additionally, a ranked card known as the Legate was sometimes used, with a value less than that of the Commander. The object of each hand was to come as close to positive or negative twenty-three as possible. A score of greater than twenty-three, less than negative twenty-three, or zero was known as a "bomb-out." In a sabacc match, there were multiple rounds played, and wagering occurs in each round. The winner of each hand won the contents of the hand pot, while the sabacc pot was kept separate for the winner of the entire match. According to most gaming experts, there were five major forms of sabacc played across the galaxy. Many beings, Lando Calrissian among them, claimed to be able to tell fortunes with a deck of sabacc cards. The various cards were used like tarot cards, and Lando considered the Commander of Staves to be a representation of himself. The Ryn nomad Droma claimed that the Ryn were the original inventers of the sabacc deck, but they used it as a spiritual training device: in other words, to tell fortunes Each suit represented an aspect of the individual's being - staves represented spiritual enterprise, flasks represented emotional states, saber represented mental pursuits, and coins represented material well-being. The ranked cards indicated individuals of specific inclination, and the face cards represented specific events or actions. (ESB, LCM, HTTE, DA, HTSB, GOF4, HT)

Sabacc Mask
this was the term used by gamblers - especially sabacc players - to identify the completely expressionless face of a competitor. A sabacc mask betrayed no emotion, not even in the slightly twitch of an eyelash. A true sabacc mask was said to be unreadbale even by a Lorrdian. (MBS)

Sabacc Pot
this was the name given to the main collection of credits and goods which was reserved for the winner of an entire sabacc match. The winners of individual hands were awarded credits from the hand pot. (HTTE)

Sabacc Solitaire
any of the one-player forms of sabacc. (TMEC)

this Rakririan owned Sabador's, a petshop on Etti IV, during the early years of the New Order. It was Sabador who sold a dinko to Han Solo, which Solo later used as part of his debt repayment to Ploovo Two-for-One. (HSE)

this exotic pet store was located on Etti IV, during the early years of the New Order. Owned by the Rakririan known as Sabador, the store specialized in unique, non-sentient species that served as any kind of pet, from the passive to the dangerous. Han Solo bought a dinko from Sabador, to give to Ploovo Two-for-One as a "gift." (HSE)

Sabaoth Squadron
this band of mercenaries and hired killers, noted for their exclusive use of Sabaoth starfighters, was led by Cavik Toth during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (JSF)

Sabaoth Starfighter
this starfighter design incorporated a tiny, central body to which a pair of long, down- and forward-sloped wings was attached. The ship resembled an attacking bird of prey when flowin in battle. Laser cannons were mounted beneath the cockpit and at each wingtip, giving the Sabaoth fighter a wide firing arc. (TCG5)

this young Naboo woman was very similar in appearance to her Queen, Amidala. Sabe' served as one of Amidala's handmaidens, but also played a more important role. Like the other handmaidens, Sabe' was chosen by Captain Panak for her strength, loyalty, and resemblance to Amidala. As part of carefully maintained ruse, Amidala often wore elaborate clothing and make-up in public. This tended to mask her actual appearance somewhat. In times where the Queen's safety was at risk, Sabe' would take the Queen's place, dressing up in the clothing and make-up and acting as the Queen herself. Amidala, meanwhile, would assume the role of Padme Naberrie, another handmaiden. The pair had also worked a method of covert communication that they could use whenever Sabe acted as Queen and had to answer important questions. Thus, the deception was nearly flawless to anyone not familiar with Naboo. (SW1, TPM, JQA)

Saber Cat
this enormous, black-furred predator was native to the planet Monastery. Distinguished by the thick horn which grew from the crown of its skull, the saber cat had four huge paws, each of which ended with five clawed toes. The sisters of the Order of the Sacred Circle befriended a number of saber cats during their time on Monastery, keeping them as pets while allowing them to roam the rainforests like wild creatures. (MC35)

Saber Enterprises
a dummy corporation set up by the Empire as a front for its secret anti-espionage operations. It was run ostensibly by Renik during the Galactic Civil War. (SE, SESB)

Saber Rakes
this subclass of Tapani Sector's nobility was born from those youths who formed themselves into gangs and fought with lightfoils. These group had well-developed rivalries, and their feuds often ended in death. These events led the Great Council to ban the use of functioning lightfoils within the sector, a law which the Empire supported. Nonetheless, the Saber Rakes continue to duel, but newer rules prohibiting the killing of an opponent have been formed. (PGT)

Saber Squadron
led by Soontir Fel, this TIE Interceptor squadron was formed to defend the second Death Star during its construction over the forest moon of Endor. Membership in the squadron required a minimum of ten kills by a pilot, and their fighters were painted with a bloodstripe to indicate their skills. The squadron was assigned the responsibility of protecting the Avenger during the Battle of Endor. (CCG11)

Saber Squadron
this was the name of Luke Skywalker's personal starfighter squadron, put together from Jedi and non-Jedi pilots in order to defend the Jedi Knights' base on Eclipse from Yuuzhan Vong invasion. This squadron was called to duty during the Second Battle of Coruscant, and took heavy losses. The survivors were redeployed to other units, including the Twin Suns Squadron commanded by Skywalker. (SBS, EL1)

a vicious predator with arm-long fangs. (SE)

Saber-class Fighter Tank
this was the designation of the TX-130 series of repulsor tanks produced by Rothana Heavy Engineering for use by the Army of the Republic, during the Clone Wars. (OWS, WOTC)

this was a unique form of projectile created by the Kaminoan race. The central dart was surrounded by two knife-like wings, and a series of unusual cuts along the side identified it as a Kaminoan design. (AOTCN)

this vicious predator, named for its razor-sharp fangs, was native to the planet Saki. (MBS)

this immense, oceanic predator was native to the seas of Kamino, although it was created from the genetic material of Naboo's colo claw fish. Measuring almost 100 meters in length, individual saberjowls had huge mouths that could consume a starfighter in a single bite. A pair of small claws - which many believed to be vestigial fangs - helped the saberjowl manipulate prey into its mouth. Documents maintained by the Kaminoan cloners revealed that the saberjowl was never supposed to have been released into the wild, and later attempts to breed them led to specific limiting of their reproductive capabilities. A saberjowl's scales were generally green in color, allowing it to blend into the dark waters of Kamino. A row of short fins along its dorsal ridge provided stability while swimming. (GORW)

Saber's Tooth
this cantina was located near the starport in the city of Taskeed, on the planet Yefowr. (SWJ14)

Sabiador Slavers
one of the larger slaving operations allowed to continue during the Galactic Civil War, although they disbanded during the early years of the New Republic. (DARK, KO)

this region of the planet Glee Anselm was the home of the Nautolan race. (NEGC)

Sabis, Archa
this wealthy cyborg lived in a luxurious skyhook which was tethered to the planet Coruscant during the height of the New Order. Much of his fortune came from the manufacture of energy shield generators, and Sabis was able to buy his way into Coruscant's high society. However, his meteoric rise was cut short when he contracted a nonlethal form of Knowt's Disease, and he lost his right arm and most of this torso and face to the disease. In order to survive, his arms and other body parts were replaced with cybernetic prostheses, including much of his brain. He was abandoned by his socialite "friends", and isolated himself in his skyhook. Many beings considered Sabis to be insane, especially after he began to speak out in favor of the rights of droids. Little did they realize that the cybernetic implants in his brain had been infected by a computer virus, which drove him slowly insane. At some point during the Galactic Civil War, Sabis' skyhook suddenly became untethered, and would have been shot down if it hadn't been rescued by a group of freelance operatives. In the wake of this near-disaster, Sabis tried to initiate the Second Droid Revolution. His efforts were thwarted, however, when the construction droid he was using as a base of operations was disabled. (CCW)

this X'Ting was the mate of Caiza Quill. They managed their relationship by timing their sexual phase changes to be nearly oppposite one another. (TCD)

Sable II
this modified Corellian gunship was owned by the pirate Karn Granzor. It was the Sable II which attacked the merchant ship Eclipse. The pirates didn't board the Eclipse with guns blazing, preferring to take the cargo with minimal bloodshed. Drek Drednar was a crewman aboard the Eclipse, but jumped ship when he discovered the pirates were not the bloodthirsty bandits he was led to believe. However, Drednar eventually jumped ship and started his own pirate gang, and later returned to destroy the Sable II and killed captain Granzor. (SWJ5)

Sable III
formerly known as the Anto's Star, this heavily-modified CR90 corvette was stolen by the pirate gang controlled by Drek Drednar. It was named for the gunship Sable II, from which Drednar nad his crew learned the ropes of piracy before jumping ship to set out on their own. The Sable III was armed with five double turbolaser cannons, a turret-mounted ion cannon, and a pair of tractor beam projectors. (SWJ5)

Sabo Leeda
this male Aqualish was a pirate of some renown during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. He worked briefly with Meeko Ghintee before the Muttani was arrested, and later worked with Quallung Tula, Grillo Zaman, Bado Karpa, and Tuba Acho to steal fuel cells from the Outland Transit Station during Ghintee's escape from Oovo IV. However, a bounty was placed on all their heads by Rozatta, and Sabo Leeda was captured by Jango Fett shortly afterward. (BH)

this Imperial Lieutenant was serving as an Intelligence officer during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Lieutenant Sabol, despite being one of the few female officers in the Empire, was known for her ruthless nature and her intoleration of failure. However, her career was marked by the acquisition of often useless information, which kept her from advancing up the chain of command. (SWGAL)

this was one of the four ruling families of the Chiss civiliation. Like the other families, the Sabosen bloodlines predate modern Chiss society. The Sabosen syndic was charged with ensuring that justice, health, and educational services were evenly distributed across all Chiss colonies. (GMR5, FH2)

this YT-1300 light freighter was owned and operated by Twin Suns Transport Services. It was flown by Ace Azzameen during his early training with his sister, Aeron. (XWA)

this female Imperial naval officer was known for her fluency in alien languages. She was able to speak in over 300 unique tongues, and was also known for her diligence and self-confidence during a mission. She was framed for leaking information to the Alliance and sent to an Imperial prison. However, Janq Paramexor learned of her language skills, and arranged to have her freed if she agreed to join his guild as a bounty hunter. She quickly agreed, and put her determination and training to work for his operation. (GG10)

this alien race was noted for the creation of the fear stick. (NEGW)

Sabrashi Bio-chemical Deterrants, Incorporated
this weapons manufacturer produced a variety of chemical weapons for personal protection. Note that The New Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology indicates that the Sabrashi were and alien people. (FOP, NEGW)

a Ripoblus assault transport operative during the Sepan Civil War. (TIE)

Sabre Club
located within The Ace of Sabres, on Kluistar, this exclusive casino was open to only the wealthiest VIPs. Situated on the (lucky) thirteenth floor, the Sabre Club catered to all sorts of royalty, nobility, and corporate elite. Membership was limited to 999, with each member paying 25,000 credits for a two-year membership. Members in current standing were given the guaranteed option to renew their membership. (WSV)

Sabrin Ring
this small empire was forged by Lady Miletta Sarbin, shortly after the Battle of Endor. She later negotiated with the Hutts for support and protection. The Ring was the prevalent force on the planets Sabrix, Elokas, and Helisk, and was more of a criminal empire than a political one. (GG11)

Sabrin, Miletta
this woman was one of the few females who rose to political power in the Empire. She was born to a wealthy family with influential connections, but she distinguished herself as a member of the Imperial militia during the assaults which ousted the Alliance from Koradin Sector. She later became the Prefect, then Governor, of the Renillis System four years before the Battle of Yavin. Her belief in the Empire was shattered with the destruction of Alderaan, and the casual acceptance of the destruction by the Emperor and her own staff. Although she hated the Alliance, she was still dismayed by the loss of life during the Galactic Civil War. After the Battle of Endor, she deserted the Empire and took a small frigate and a crew with her to the Outer Rim. There, she established the Sabrin Ring on Sabrix and negotiated with the Hutts for support and protection. (GG11)

this was the primary world in the Sabrixin System, one of three worlds in the system which were habitable. It was named for Miletta Sabrin, who fled to the previously uncharted planet after the Battle of Endor. (GG11)

this was a species of bulbous insect which was bio-engineered by the Yuuzhan Vong. (UF)

this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this young Naboo girl served as one of Queen Amidala's handmaidens. Like the other handmaidens, Sache was chosen by Captain Panak for her strength, loyalty, and resemblance to Amidala. Of all Amidala's handmaidens, Sache and Yane were the youngest, and were left behind when the Queen traveled to Coruscant to petition the blockade of Naboo by the Trade Federation. (SW1, JQA)

Sacheen-class Escort Ship
this starship was the first of the new class of ships designed for use by the New Republic. It measured 375 meters in length, and served as the blueprint for the Hajen-class fleet tender. They were the smallest of the new class designed for independent operations, and were often assigned screening duties in support of large fleets. The could also served as system patrol ships when supported by a squadron of starfighters berthed in its main hangar area. The Sacheen-class escort was armed with 10 heavy turbolaser cannons, 8 laser cannons, and 8 ion cannons, and was equipped with a Class-1 hyperdrive and enhanced shielding and hull plating. (SOL, CTD)

Sachoore, Denlace
this man was a clerk for the Corporate Alliance, until it was discovered that he had a tiny computer memory system implanted into his skull. He was arrested for embezzling millions of credits and later interrogated, during which time he provided information on the training facility on Yirt-4138-Grek-12, shortly before the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

this barren planet, located along the Solenbaran Merchant Route, was the homeworld of the Ocsinin race. It was perhaps best-known for the gelatinous pet slimes which lived on the planet, and were popular among young Gamorreans. (AIR)

this yellow star was the central body around which the planet Sacorria orbited. Note that Coruscant and the Core Worlds denotes this star by the name Sacorria. Also note that this source claims the Sacor star was an orange giant. (CTD, CCW)

this large city was located on the main continent of the planet Sacorria. The Sacorria Central Spaceport was located on the outskirts of the city. (CCW)

see Sacor (CCW)

a planet located in the Outlier Systems in the Corellian Sector, Sacorria orbited the star known as Sacor, and had a single moon known as Sarcophagus. Among the many traditionsobserved on Sacorria was the requirement that all women have their father's permission to marry. During the Old Republic, Sacorria kept primarily to itself, and it had token representation in the Galactic Senate by way of its natives coming fromother planets in the Sector. The population of Sacorria, made up of humans, Dralls, and Selonians, each provided a representative to the planetary government, known as the Sacorrian Triad. This Triad chafed under the New Order, when it was subjugated to the authority of the Corellian Diktat, but regained power in the aftermath of the Battle of Endor. When the racial separation began in the Corellian Sector, just prior to Thrackan Sal-Solo's rise to power, the Saccorian Triad also ruled that marriages to off-worlders would be outlawed. This put a kink in Lando Calrissian's plans to marry Tendra Risant. Despite the resolution of the Corellian Crisis, the Sacorrian Triad remained the official government of the planet. The average day on Sacorria lasted 23 standard hours, and its year lasted 343 local days. (AC, CTD, CCW)

Sacorria Central Spaceport
located on the primary continent of the planet Sacorria, this spaceport was one of the most impressive buildings found on the planet. Located on the outskirts of Sacorrata, some 500 kilometers inland from Dorthus Tal Island, the Sacorria Central Spaceport catered to the needs of offworld visitors to Sacorria. Filled with shops, restaurants, and hotels, the spaceport was practically a self-contained city. (CCW)

this was the term used to describe any being who was native to the planet Sacorria, whether they were human, Selonian, or Drall. (CCW)

Sacorrian Grain Whiskey
this spirit was distilled on the planet Sacorria, from the many grains which were grown there. (CCW)

Sacorrian Triad
this was the primary governmental body of the planet Sacorria. It was formed from three leaders, each representing one of the three main races - human, Selonian, and Drall - which made Sacorria their home. During the New Order, the Triad was forced to cede power to the Corellian Diktat, at the order of Emperor Palpatine., but it re-established its control in the wake of the Battle of Endor. Shortly after the defeat of Grand Admiral Thrawn, the Triad attempted to secede from the New Republic and take control of the Corellian Sector. They made a deal with Thrackan Sal-Solo, who provided his Human League members as disposable troops in return for his chance to become Diktat of the Corellian System. The Triad then severed all ties to the Republic by blockading the entire Corellian system with an interdiction field. The Triad also managed to operate the immense planetary repulsors located within the hearts of the planets in the Corellian System, setting off a series of actions they called the Starbuster Plot. The combined forces of the New Republic and the Bakuran navy managed to defeat the interdiction field and discover the plans of the Sacorrian Triad, and the threat to other worlds was avoided. Despite this setback, the Triad remained the primary government of the planet Sacorria. (AC, AS, CTD, EGP, NEGC, CCW)

Sacred Aeries
this was the name used by the S'kytri to describe the holiest and most sacred of the locations on their homeworld of Skye. During the Imperial occupation of the planet, many of the Sacred Aeries were desecrated by the Imperials, who used the land for munitions factories. After the Supreme Council was freed by The One, the factories were immediately destroyed. (GMR1)

Sacred Ch'hala Tree Grove
located on the planet Cularin, this grove of ch'hala trees had remained untouched for more than 300 years at the time of the Battle of Naboo. Forty-two trees existed at the time the grove was declared a sacred location by the Tarasin, and another twenty-eight grew in over time. Under the declarations of the Cularin Compact, the Sacred Grove was off-limits to any form of offworld intrusion. (LFC)

Sacred Pinnacle
this tower of red, desert stone was sacred to the Sand People who lived in the deserts of Tatooine. The ancient Sand People carved out caves in which they told stories, performed secret rituals, and executed blood sacrifices. However, as Jabba the Hutt asserted his control over the planet Tatooine, the city of Mos Espa grew up in the near near the Pinnacle. As podracing grew in popularity, the Sand People were driven away from the Sacred Pinnacle by the whine of their engines. Eventually, Jabba built Mos Espa Arena surrounding the Pinnacle, but left the stone pillar intact. During the height of Jabba's reign, the Pinnacle housed luxury accomodations for visitors who came to see the podracer. The Sand People, hating the way that their sacred grounds had been usurped, camped out on the pdoracing course and shot at the racers in retailation. (IWE1)

Sacred Pools
one of the most famous landmarks found on the planet Telos. Of all the global parks on the planet, the Sacred Pools were held in the highest regards. Thus, when it was revealed the Xanatos was using the pools as a toxic waste dumping ground, Andra and the POWER party suddenly found themselves at the forefront of a politcal uprising. Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi helped expose Xanatos' plans, and worked to help the Telosians get started on cleaning the Pools for future generations. (DOR)

Sacred Precinct
this was another term used by the Yuuzhan Vong to describe the area surrounding Supreme Overlord Shimrra's Citadel, located on the planet Coruscant after it had been captured and terraformed it into a simulacrum of their homeworld of Yuuzhan'tar. (UF)

Sacred Pyre
this Yuuzhan Vong warship was under the command of Bhu Fath, during the final stages of the aliens' invasion of the galaxy. It was dispatched to the planet Selvaris to acquire a cargo of prisoners - captured during the New Republic's Operation Trinity near Bilbringi - for transport to Coruscant. There, the prisoners were to be sacrificed to the Yuuzhan Vong gods at a ceremony that would remove any doubt of the Yuuzhan Vong's devotion. (UF)

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