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this small predator preyed on the tiny wenton, but only if the jran could catch one. Their continual hide-and-seek existence gave rise to the phrase "a game of jran and wenton," which indicated any series of events in which one party tried to avoid contact with another pursuing party. (SWJ4)

JR-series Droid
this was a series of public works droids produced by Publictechnic during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

this ancient Jedi Master was noted for asking two simple questions: What is the good, if not the teacher of the bad? What is the bad, if not the task of the good? (E3N)

the file, stored in CB-99, that details Jabba the Hutt's will. (ZHR)

this planet, located within the Koornacht Cluster, was one of the worlds to which the Fallanassi fled when the Empire attacked Lucazec. Wialu was one of the Fallanassi who fled there, and she sensed the danger of the Yevetha Great Purge. The planet was known in the New Republic's astrogation catalog as FAR202019S, and was known to other as Doornik-628E, the fifth planet of the Doornik-628 System. It was originally discovered by a group of H'kig idealists who were fleeing persecution on the planet Rishi. The name of the planet was derived from a series of H'Kig glyphs which describe basic elements of the H'kig religion. The first three are too sacred to write out - jeh teh peh - and form the "J't'p'" portion of the name. The last piece - tan - not so sacred. The Yevetha wiped out the H'kig settlement on the planet, reducing it to scroched ruins while exterminating all but a few of the religious followers. J't'p'tan measured some 11,200 kilometers in diameter. Its day lasted 22 standard hours, and its year encompassed 407 local days. (BTS, SOL, TT, WOTC)

this immense, black-haired humanoid was the captain of the ship which brought Mara Jade to Kintoni, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (T1)

this is the term used to describe the twin-radial configuration of sublight engines on certain starships. The basic design of the J-Type, developed by the Nubians, placed the engines out on wings, away from the central fuselage. (SW1)

Ju powder
a spice used to modify the taste of aric tongue. (CPL)

Ju Simma
this Givin was renowned for his mathematical theories, upon which many Givin tools and systems were based. (EVR)

Juaka Canyon
this rocky canyon was located on the planet Ando Prime, some 500 miles from the Elesa outpost. The Canyon measured thirty meters deep and 150 meters in length, and its walls had been carved from the icy rock by primordial water and wind. The Twi'lek scout Ree discovered a rich vein of vonium within the canyon, during the early years of the New Order. (GMR2)

this name was common among Sullustan males, and meant "stalagmite". (GCG)

Jub Vegnu
a huge, obese Sullustan working for Jabba the Hutt just before the Battle of Yavin. He served as a go-between for many of Jabba's informants in Mos Eisley. (TME)

Jub Vengu
this was the name of a noted Sullustan individual. (UANT)

a Devaronian on Tatooine at about the same time Labria was living in Mos Eisley. (TME)

a bird native to the planet Dagobah, the jubba produced a highly soothing song-whistle that it manipulated via the Force. They were often captured and sold as pets by vendors who sold them for their mesmerizing song. Jubbas were also deceptively intelligent, and often simply "played done" in order to avoid being harrased by ignorant owners. Those jubba which were sold to appreciative owners sometimes allowed their innate intelligence to show, and became lotal companions. In their native environment, jubbas built heavy nests by scooping mud from Dagobah's swamps, then using the mud as a glue to hold sticks and plant matter together. These nests drooped into the swamps, allowing predators easy access to jubba eggs. (SWJ1, IWST)

native to the Forest Moon of Endor, this plant produced a small nut, which was considered a delicacy by the Ewoks. (WSW)

this name was common among Sullustan males, and referred to a famous Sullustan warrior who sacrificed himself to save his home city. (GCG)

this ancient Sullustan was remembered as a heroic figure who sacrificed himself to save his home city. (GCG)

this Sullustan worked for the crimelord Nirama, during the last years of the Old Republic. Jubieck was dispatched, along with the Trandoshans Orix and Dimogog, to recover the head of the protocol droid L80-RC. They were unable to obtain it peacefully, and were forced to struggle with a team of Republic soldiers in order to attain it. Unfortunately, Ginder had turned the head over to a team of freelance mercenaries. (WOA4)

this planet is known for is war-filled history. A dry, temperate world, Jubilar's inhabitants have endured with conflict and death in nearly every generation. Those generations that avoided outright war instituted gladiator and war games to fill their free time. The planet itself was divided into several regional sectors, each having its own government. (TBH)

this man was an officer with the Alliance. Shortly after the Battle of Hoth, Jubilee was part of the crew which accompanied Leia Organa to Shiva IV. When their ship was rocked by a sudden explosion, Jubilee was ordered to make sure that Leia's shuttle was safely out of the main hold. (MC53)

Jubilee Wheel
a betting game found in many casinos, the Jubilee Wheel involved players betting on which of 100 numbers would appear after a random spin of a large wheel. Bets are placed on a number the player believes the wheel will stop on, and the wheel is spun. Once the wheel stops spinning, a win indicator will point to the winning number. Any player who correctly chose the winning number wins or splits the entire pot. If no player correctly chose the winning number, any player within five of the winning number then wins or splits half the pot, with the remaining half going to the house. If there are no winners on a given spin, the entire pot is taken by the house. (HSL, GCG)

Jubilee Wheel
this space station was constructed in orbit around Ord Mantell during the early years of the New Republic, and was comprised mainly of salvaged parts and Hutt-supplied structures. The station resembled a large, open wheel, with spokes connecting the central hub to the outer ring. For the most part, the Jubilee Wheel was independent of the activities on Ord Mantell. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, a strange ship known as the Dread Weapon attacked the Wheel, clamping a thick umbilical to the station and literally sucking out its inhabitants. Many believed that those who survived and were captured were later turned into slaves by the Yuuzhan Vong. (HT, NJOSB)

a term used by Gaar Suppoon for a formal business ceremony. (JTH)

an Alliance cargo ferry group destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

one of the Gamorrean guards employed by Jabba the Hutt. Jubnuk was the guard that tried to wrestle a blaster away from Luke Skywalker, only to be caught over the grate to the rancor pit. When Jabba opened the grate to drop Luke into the pit, Jubnuk was dropped in, too. The rancor consumed Jubnuk in three quick bites. (TJP)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

this was one of the most common female names given to human children across the galaxy. (GCG)

Judge Keedo
this Rodian magistrate was known more for his bullying nature than for his skills as a lawyer. Short in stature, even for a Rodian, Judge Keedo started carving a niche for himself on a backwater world in the Outer Rim Territories. He grew up on the planet knowing that bigger things were in store for him, if only he could reach out and grab them. To this end, Keedo appointed himself magistrate of his settlement and began to dole out rulings and punishments during the early years of the New Order. He quickly the judge, jury, and executioner of the settlement, and his rulings were exceptionally harsh. This helped expand his own power by keeping the locals in constant fear of him, amd eventually helped him gain control over a neighboring settlement. Keedo maintained an inner circle of guards and officers who made regular patrols through the populace, searching for any hint of disrespect for the Judge. (WOTC)

Judgement 12-X7
this Imperial Hunter-Killer Probot pursued the Starlight Intruder, after it discovered that the Millennium Falcon was attached to it. (DE1)

Judgement Field
located outside the city of Montellian Serat, on Devaron, this open arena was dedicated after the massacre perpetrated by Kardue'sai'Malloc during the New Order. It was on this field that the Devaronians set packs of quarra on their most heinous criminals. Kardue himself was executed there, after he was caught on Peppel by Boba Fett. (TBH)

Judgement Guides
this was the primary judicial body of the planet Kegan. During the last decades of the Old Republic, the Judgement Guides were under the control of the Benevolent Guides. (FFT)

Judges of the Dead
located on the planet Socorro, this landmark was made up of four 50-meter tall rock formations. Found between Vakeyya and the Rym Mountains, the Judges of the Dead were believed by the local population to resemble hooded women which their faces hidden in sorrowful contemplation. The area became something of a shrine, and the Socorrans believed that a dead person's soul traveled from any point on the planet to be judged by the four women before being released to the afterlife. (BSS)

modeled after the Empire's Coalition for Progress, this branch of the Pentastar Alignment's Chamber of Order was established to ensure that the policies of the Alignment and the New Order were fully integrated into the laws of the government. The Great InQuestors of Judgment served as the most visible agents of this branch, and the appearance of an InQuestor often meant trouble for anyone involved. (SWJ3)

this Imperial-I class Star Destroyer was under the command of Captain Brandei during the years following the Battle of Endor. The Judicator was equipped with the most up-to-date targetting systems shortly before the Battle of Endor, and it was missioned to help other capital ships by coordinating their fire. Following the death of Emperor Palpatine at Endor, the Judicator became part of Grand Admiral Thrawn's fleet, and it was one of the Star Destroyers that Thrawn used to attack Bpfassh, as one of his first moves against the New Republic. The Judicator was later the lead ship on the mission to steal 51 mole miners from the Nomad City installation on Nkllon, for use in the Battle of Sluis Van. The Judicator sustained a good deal of damage at Nkllon, but was quickly repaired. It was also the ship which was sent to intercept the New Republic's attempt to regain the Katana fleet. (HTTE, DFR, CCG11, TLC)

Judicial Department
this was the primary law enforcement agency of the Old Republic, holding sway over the galactic situation. (COD)

Judicial Forces
this branch of the Old Republic military patrolled the galaxy on missions to mediate disputes which had the potential of erupting into war. (FH1)

this was one of the codenames used by Zozriodor Slayke to describe key locations of military value on the planet Praesitlyn, during the attempt by Freedom's Sons and Daughters to fend off a Separatist attack on the Intergalactic Communications Center, some two and a half years after the Battle of Geonosis. Judlie was a redoubt that was located some 600 meters behind Slayke's command center, and served as a scouting location to protect the army's rear flank. Like the command center and positions Izable, Eliey, and Kaudine, Judlie had a 360-degree view of its surrounding terrain, and its fire zone overlapped with Eliey and Kaudine. This provided the maximum defense of the command center. However, Zozridor's forces were badly outnumbered by the battle droids of the Separatists, and personnel from the other four locations were forced to fall back to Judlie to regroup. (JT)

Judrelle, Tassida
this Jedi Knight led a team to the asteroid belt near Cona, to break up the salt smuggling ring of Lojrak Shrag, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. The Jedi traveled to Cona with assistance and information from the smuggler Billey, who was named an "honorary legend" by the Arcona Grand Nest. (HNN5)

this alien race was native to the Dandelo System. During the early years of the New Order, the Jugaloo were enslaved by the Starhunter Intergalactic Menagerie, but were eventually set free by Jann Tosh and his droids, R2-D2 and C-3PO. (DCAR)

manufactured by SurvivalGear, the JugFilter was a one-liter water canteen with an internal decontamination system. Minor impurities and deadly toxins could be removed from any source of water, although the JugFilter took more time to remove more dangerous chemicals. (AEG)

this Calamari fish is often hunted for food. (VP)

one of the Empire's oldest ground assault vehicles, the Juggernaut is Kuat Drive Yards' HAVw A5 GAV. (ISB)

this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was stationed by the Empire in the Kuat System, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. It was in position to defend a secret research facility, but was unable to stop an Alliance mission to infiltrate the facility, shortly before the Battle of Endor. (XWA)

this was the brand name of Cozzell's 510 combat power armor. (GUN)

Juggernaut War Droid
this fearsome combat droid was at the forefront of the Great Droid Revolution. Legions of Juggernaut war droids killed indiscriminantly, instilling fear in the hearts of sentient beings across the galaxy. (OWS)

this was a Gamorrean settlement, located on the Wugguh continent of their homeworld of Gamorr and controlled by the Jugsmuk clan. A great fair was held in Jugsmuk, during Slushtime, shortly after a smaller such fair at Bolgoink. (SWJ14)

this was a minor Gamorrean clan. (SWJ14)

Jugsmuk Station
located within the settlement of Jugsmuk, on the planet Gamorr, Jugsmuk Station was known as a place where offworlders could live amongst themselves, and not get in the way of Gamorrean politics. (SWJ14)

this Cathar Jedi Knight, like may of her species who joined the Jedi Order, struggled with her instincts and emotions while trying to gain a greater understanding of the Force. Despite her inner struggles, Juhani committed herself completely to the Jedi Order, and refused to be anything less than the perfect Jedi Knight. In this, she also refused to accept failure among her peers, which tended to alienate her from many of her fellow Jedi. She was exceptionally loyal to her Jedi Master, Quatra, who trained her at the ancient Jedi compound on the planet Dantooine. During a training exercise, however, she became angry at Quatra for his unending teaching, and she accidentally killed her. Juhani, horrified at this turn of events, fled into the wilderness of Dantooine. She was eventually hunted down by her fellow Jedi Knights, but chose to fight to the death, rather than be turned back to the Light Side of the Force. She died in combat in The Grove. Juhani was voiced by Courtenay Taylor for the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. (KOTOR, SWDB)

this snack cake was popular during the last decades of the Old Republic. (JQ7)

this was a popular, frozen dessert produced during the last decades of the Old Republic. (JQ7)

this Huttese verb translated into Basic as "to kidnap." (GMR5)

Jujiran Halbeet
this Givin maintenance worker was part of the team that serviced the Yag'Dhul ambassadorial landing platform on Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was Halbeet who first discovered the treachery of Gavrilonnis Tejere. When Halbeet approached his co-worker, Tejere shot him, causing Halbeet to fall over the side of the landing platform. Only the presence of Mace Windu and Yoda, returning a meeting, saved Halbeet's life. The Jedi Masters were able to catch him in mid-air and return him to the platform, where he was later treated for the blast wound and released. (HNN5)

this was the Huttese word for the number one hundred forty-four (144). Note, however, that the Huttese counting system was based on a base-eight system. So, jujumon indicated the number one hundred (100) in the Basic language. (GMR5)

Jukassa, Zett
this young Padawan was among the many students of the Force who were training at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant when the Clone Wars broke out across the galaxy. As an infant, Jukassa was taken from his parents - ore miners on Mon Gazza - to be brought up on Coruscant. When he was sevem, Zett began experiencing strange visions of his parents' deaths, and the Jedi Knight Mierme Unill determined that his visions were connected to the murder of several miners on Mon Gazza. She received permission to tell Zett about his past, in an effort to solve the murders. It was then that he learned his true name, Warpoc Skamini, and the names of his parents, Sembric and Ashielle. After Mierme Unill exposed a group of Black Sun extortionists as the killers, she took Zett as her Padawan. However, she was killed in battle during the Clone Wars, and Zett's training fell to Cin Drallig. In the wake of the First Battle of Coruscant, after Darth Sidious revealed his true nature and killed Mace Windu, Zett was one of the few younglings to survive the initial attack of Anakin Skywalker on those Jedi still in the Jedi Temple. Zett fought bravely, and nearly escaped to the outside of the Temple before being overrun and shot to death. (OWS, SWI81. IS3, SWDB)

this female name was common among the Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

Jular, Pelav
this former Imperial Army Major left the military and joined the Neolsse family's local militia about ten years before the Battle of Yavin. Jular served as a General in the Keremark armed forces, and was in command of the defense of Fortress Keremark during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (HAS)

this Sullustan often visited the Farrimmer Café, to swap stories and sell pieces of technology he had acquired. He was fond to regaling other patrons with a story of a Wookiee companion who convinced him to travel to Byss in order to kill both Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine. The story always ended with Vader grabbing the Wookiee by the leg as he tried to escape. Julept would end the story by saying, "Of course, I'm pulling your leg the same way Vader was pulling the Wookiee's!" (SWJ11)

this was one of the many transport ships that were used to evacuate the planet Sernpidal, just before the Yuuzhan Vong destroyed it. The Juliupper never got free, though, as it was attacked by a swarm of grutchins let loose by the Yuuzhan Vong. (VP)

Jull Dremon
this Neimoidian served as a gunner aboard the Trade Federation flagship during the Federation's blockade of the planet Naboo. Jull Dremon was the gunner responsible for destroying the Radiant VII as it sat in the battleship's hold, just before the Federation launched their full invasion of Naboo. (NEGV)

this man was a reporter for the Galactic News Network, and worked at GNN's Indu San bureau during the early years of the New Republic. It was later learned that Juloff was, in fact, and Imperial spy who infiltrated GNN in order to ensure that "correct" reporting of the events on Indu San took place. He was discovered by Kella Rand, who had been investigating the murder of Shek Barayel, when she spotted him working with Kaleb Darme. (SWJ6)

this man was the Imperial Moff in charge of Arkanis Sector and the Tatoo System, during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (GG7, AIR)

Julsujod III
this planet was the original homeworld of the Stribers race of Iskalonians. (EGA)

Juma Juice
this non-alcoholic beverage was favored by many Jedi Knights, during the last years of the Old Republic. It was first development many millennia before the Clone Wars, and remained popular for many, many generations. (JQ2, KOTOR2)

this alien race was a member of the New Republic. (AFA)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

this tall, spindly smuggler was a regular at the Blue Light on Nar Shaddaa, until he ran afoul of Salla Zend. She broke his arm when he tried to make a pass at her. (THG)

Jump Beacon
see Jump Gate (TOJC)

Jump for Joy
this Twomi Skyfire - barely a year old - was discovered by Akanah while she and Luke Skywalker stopped over on Utharis, during their search for the Fallanassi. It was heavily modified to adapt it to the latest in navigational, piloting, and protection technologies. (TT)

Jump Freighter
a Calamari transport ship. (TM)

Jump Gate
at specific coordinates common to hyperspace and realspace which marked a safe stopping-off point in space, the early astrogators placed huge beacons known as jump gates to mark its location. These were common very early in the development of hyperdrive starships, for they were home to huge spaceports which had equipment and supplies. As hyperspace travel became easier with the advent of the AI navcom units, these jump gates became simply spaceports, since the beacons were no longer needed. The ancient jump gates were very limited in their capacity to re-route a starship, with only enough memory to remember a small number of other locations. Thus, the network was criss-crossed with a network of routes which passed through these gates. . (TOJ, TOJC)

Jump Gate Accelerator
this was one of the earliest known methods of propelling a ship into hyperspace. Used in conjuction with a jump gate, the accelerator could assist in getting a starship into hyperspace. (HNN4)

this Arakyd personal jet pack was smaller than the Whisper pack, with less power but somewhat more affordable. However, after many decades of production, the Jumper experienced continual price increases while durability was reduced, making it less appealing to the galaxy's population. (GFT, AEG)

this Zelosian parasite is noctural, and feeds on dead bodies. The feeding frenzy of a swarm of jumpers has a unique effect on newly-dead bodies. They jumpers release certain enzymes and electrical discharges while feeding. This combination of events causes the dead body to jerk and flinch, and eventually kick-starts the brain. The dead body then seems to come back to life and walk, although the effect only lasts until the jumpers have consumed the body. This usually lasts a few hours. This "walking dead" effect is deathly frightening to the native Zelosians, since it occurs at night during the darkness they fear most. (PG2)

this Charon bio-construct was created to collect specimens of alien lifeforms, doing as little damage as possible so that the Charon bioscientists can study their life processes. They have the ability to stun their targets, and have enhanced leaping abilities to surprise targets and escape quickly. (OS)

Jumping Spider
a purple arachnid native to Yavin 4. (ISU, JUS)

known as a JM-5K, this was a crescent-shaped Corellian Engineering Corporation scouting and service ship. The crescent was bisected by a tubular main section, and the power plants were located at the points of the crescent. The design was outdated at the time of the Galactic Civil War, but many ships remained in service. The basic design measured just twenty meters in diameter, and could accommodate only a few passengers or 500 kilograms of cargo. (CCG4, TBH, GMR7)

this planet was located along the Corellian Trade Spine, between Corellia and New Plympto. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Jumus and its system served as a primary staging area for the Yuuzhan Vong fleet. In the wake of the Battle of Duro, this fleet was poised to strike deep into the Core Worlds. Much of this build-up was meant to deflect attention from the battle fleet which later attacked Coruscant by way of Bilbringi. (BP, SBS)

this ball of searing rock is the first planet in the Faarlsun System. (WBC)

this is one of the two primary crops grown on the planet Draenell's Point. (GMK)

Jun Seros
this Whiphid was a shopkeeper who lived and worked in Mos Eisley on Tatooine, and was also an Alliance supporter and recruiter. Jun Seros owned a small diner in a rough part of the spaceport city, and was forced to pay Jabba the Hutt "protection money" in order to survive. A group of Alliance operatives were able to break Jabba's hold on Seros' operations, freeing the Whiphid to operate fully for the Alliance. To his customers, Jun was a jovial being who genuinely liked the company of others, and who sometimes traded a free meal for news of the galaxy. (RESB)

Jun, Glee
this man was a member of Klyn Shanga's Renatasian viligantes, who were searching out Vuffi Raa during the early years of the New Order. (LCF)

the berries of this tree, native to the planet Gala, were eating as a dessert or snack. (MOC)

Junak, Taj
this Jedi Knight managed to survive the Jedi Purge, and hid from the Empire in the Freeworlds region of Tapani Sector. He assumed the guise of Professor Shellery Kint, who taught at the Mrlsst Academy. While there, Junak worked behind the scenes to steal or rease important Imperial data from research labs throughout the sector. When the Empire moved into Tapani Sector and threatened to take over the Mrlsst Academy, Junak sacrificed himself to save the school. Emperor Palpatine's exterminators captured him in one of the common areas, and they burned him on the spot. Ever since, no grass has grown in the area, which has been walled off as a monument to the ancient Jedi. It is rumored that Junak's ghost roams the academy grounds, and his legacy was that of the "Ghost Jedi," whose spirit haunted the Mrlsst Academy. This rumor was later used as the basis for the name of the band Ghost Jedi. (LOE, XWPA)

Valance the Hunter nearly captured Luke Skywalker on this planet, a deep-space outpost that provided a number of resupply centers outside the reach of the Empire. Luke had traveled to Junction on a mission to obtain repair parts for the Alliance's pool of droids, especially his own astromech unit, R2-D2. Junction itself was located at the intersection of the Hydian Way with the Gordian Reach and the Thesme Trace. Once known as Feriae Junction, the planet was a trade world that experienced a brief period of economic expansion when nearby Yavin became the galaxy's prime source for corusca gems. Over time, however, Junction was bypassed for other locations, and the planet became a run-down world controlled by unscrupulous leaders. In the wake of the Battle of Yavin, the Alliance began using Junction as a resupply center for ships that tried to break the Imperial blockade and reach the survivors at Massassi Base, but this simply attracted the attention of spies from the Empire and Black Sun. (MC27, WOA26, SWMW)

Junction 5
this was a temperate planet. Its moon, Delaluna, was also a habitable world, and many of its natives decided to settle on the moon instead. Over the years, the natives of Junction 5 feared that a super-weapon was being built on Delaluna. They called it the Annihilator, and feared that the natives of Delaluna would use the weapon against them. The people of Delaluna denied the existence of the Annihilator, however. Some twenty-three years before the Battle of Geonosis, the situation had reached a critical point, as the citizens were subjugated under the control of the Guardians. Many years later, after the onset of the Clone Wars, Junction 5 became a target of the Separatists, since it was one of the primary gateways to the Station 88 Spaceport, a major nexus to the galaxy's Mid Rim. (LOJ)

Junction City
this was the capital city of the planet Junciton. (WOA26)

Junction Port
this was the primary spaceport located on the planet Junction, during the early years of the New Order. (WOA26)

Jund Voon
this humble Ishi Tib operated the Wave Works gift shop, located within the Fathoms restaurant complex in Calamari's Wildwater City. Despite his modest appearance, Jund Voon was one of the wealthiest beings on the city, second only to Odanni herself. A serene individual, Jund Voon often unsettled his patrons with his bland demeanor. It was rumored that Odanni resented the fact that Jund Voon was so rich, a story backed by the Mon Calamari's known desires for power and wealth. Those who knew Jund Voon the best also knew that, in additon to the beautiful jewelry in his shop, Jund Voon also ran a black-market operation from the back of the establishment. He sold everything from weapons to illegal stimulants to forbidden foods, and would also fence stolen merchandise for the right commission. Beneath his humble exterior, Jund Voon was a greedy old miser. He was also a slave master, maintaining the Qwohog artist Kei No Kay in a specialized tideppol tank and forcing her to create the artwork and appearance of the Wave Works. (WSV)

this immense beast was native to the planet Mustafar, where it began its life as a simple parasite. An immature jundak obtained nourishment by lodging itself in a host. When it reached an adolescent stage, the jundak would burst forth from its host's body, and it continued to grow throughout its life. Fortunately for other creatures, a jundak was unable to survive beyond a specific region of central Mustafar. (SWGAL)

this was the alias adopted by Luke Skywalker, some eight months after the Battle of Yavin, when he infiltrated the Imperial labor colony on Kalist VI. Lieutenant Jundland was an officer aboard the tanker Nuna's Twins, and it was his "heroics" that saved the tanker from an Alliance ambush near Kalist VI. (SWEWW)

this was one of the many Victory-class Star Destroyers which were still active, as part of the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XVT)

Jundland Banshee
this was the nickname of a rogue Tusken Raider who marauded the areas around Arnthout Pass and Motesta on Tatooine, during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. It was assumed that the Jundland Banshee was a male, and it was believed that he had been ostracized from his clan for his attacks on local moisture farmers. The Tusken Raiders didn't need the Jundland Banshee stirring up the already frightened farmers and forcing them to launch an attack of their own. The Alliance was fearful that the actions of the Jundland Banshee would disrupt the activities of the Sandwind Team on Tatooine, shortly before the Battle of Hoth. (AIR)

Jundland Wastes
located on the planet Tatooine, the Jundland Wastes mark the border between the Western Dune Sea and the Great Mesa Plateau. The Wastes were formed of rocky outcroppings and craggy shelves of sandstone, with windswept canyons which were formed by erosion. It was here that Luke Skywalker and C-3PO are attacked by the Sandpeople while searching for R2-D2, just prior to the Battle of Yavin. (SW, SOT)

Jundop, Haras
this man served the Alliance military as the Ground Marshal of army soldiers. (ROE)

this was the term used by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic to describe a 180-degree turn employed during lightsaber combat. (VD2)

Jung Ma
this was the term used by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic to describe a 360-degree turn employed during lightsaber combat. Similar to the Jung turn, the Jung Ma turn provided the Jedi with added power during a stroke of the lightsaber blade. Jung Ma was part of the dulon form of training utilized by the Jedi. (VD2, JQ6)

this Trandoshan was a junior enlistee aboard the Battalion when Adar Tallon faked his death in the Dalchon System. Jungen served with Tallon long enough to respect and admire the old warrior, and pledged his support to Tallon at all costs. This pledge has never waned, and only strengthened when Parlan issued a bounty for Tallon's life. Jungen was incredibly adept at hand-to-hand combat, and used his skills to assist an Alliance team in rescuing Tallon on Tatooine. Jungen then formerly joined the Alliance, although this earned him a bounty on his own head. Jungen was targetted by Ssach'thirix for capture, but managed to elude the Shatras bounty hunter. (TM, AIR)

this tree produced strong, fibrous wood that was used in the creation of a special form of body armor during the decades leading up to the Great Sith War. The jung-ju tree fibers were blended with synthetic material to create a strong, flexible armor that rivaled light armor made from metallic compounds. (KOTOR)

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