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Delle II
this planet produces much of the galaxy's supply of hemmel. (SWJ3)

Delline, Lynia
a member of the Alliance recruiting team that went to Agamar, Lynia discovered Keyan Farlander and introduced him to Captain Beme. She is a half-human, although she never revealed her full ancestry. (XW)

Dellio
this smuggled used an M39 ComTech communications jammer aboard his ship, during the last years of the New Order. Whenever he was boarded, Dellio activated the communications jammer and disrupted the communication between the customs ship and its boarding crew, allowing Dellio and his crew to escape. (GUN)

Dellis
this name was commonly given to Quarren males, and meant "desired" or "irresistable". (GCG)

Dellis Yuls
a Quarren working for Ororo Transportation as its Chief of Security, Yuls was killed by Guri when she came to discuss Xizor's displeasure at Ororo's entry into the spice trade. (SE)

Delois, Ygal
this man was one of the best fighters of his generation on the planet Shiva IV. He pledged his allegiance to Aron Peacebringer during the years leading up to the Battle of Hoth, working with both human and T'Syriel to unite the population of the planet. Delois served as Aron's chief aide, ensuring that the day-to-day running of Illyriaqum was handled smoothly. During a mission to investigate the fate of the city of K'avor, Delois and Aron discovered Leia Organa, who had crashlanded on the planet. Leia was in the sector to investigate the build-up of Imperial forces in the area, and her shuttle had been hit by a micromine. Unknown to Aron at the time, Delois was plotting to overthrow his leadership of the Calian Confederacy and assume control for himself. He allied himself with Imperial General Sk'ar, and helped ensure that Aron was captured. His dreams of power were shattered, however, when Luke Skywalker, Lando Calrissian, and Chewbacca arrived on Shiva IV to rescue Leia. They apprehended Sk'ar's warship as it attempted to destroy Illyriaqum, and Delois was defeated by Luke in combat. Delois was captured and put in prison as a traitor to the Calian Confederacy. (MC53, MC53)

Delorf
a legendary race of aliens which were supposed to have inhabited a system near the Galactic Core, the Delorf were a pastoral race who never cared for technology. Among them, some Delorf were able to sense hostility and evil in another being, regardless of race. The Delorf then performed a ceremony known as renik to cleanse the individual. (ISB)

Delphine
a Dimok cargo hauler used during the Sepan Civil War, as well as in battle against the Empire. (TIE)

Delphon
this planet was the site of a battle between the Black Hole Gang and the Empire, some years before the Battle of Yavin, in which most of the pirate gang was killed. Amaiza and the survivors eventually regrouped, however, and continued to operate in the Outer Rim Territories. (MC8)

Delphon System
a star system located near the Ison Corridor. (SWJ11)

Delphus
this corporation produced large-scale deflector shield generators for use on capital ships. (FOP)

Delrakkin
this temperate, forested planet was the primary world in the Delrakkin System, which was located some twelve hours through hyperspace from the Yavin System. Many star chats placed Delrakkin beyond the edge of the Outer Rim, at the end of a little-used hyperspace travel route. Although the planet was covered During the height of the New Order, the Empire tried to establish an alazhi production facility on the planet, since its environment closely mirrored that of Thyferra. The Alliance's leadership later discovered that Delrakkin was the test site of a device which would prevent starships from entering hyperspace, and that the native Delrakkins were to be eliminated in order to ensure the secrecy of the project. A plot was hatched that started with an attack on Delrakkin City by Imperial pilots flying in stolen X-Wings. The idea was to kill or injure as many Delrakkins as possible, while blaming the attack on the Alliance. Imperial forces would have then arrived with bacta - albeit it tainted bacta - from the first Death Star. The plan was for the Delrakkins to readily accept the bacta as a gift in the wake of the attacks, when in reality it was laced with a chemical that would kill the Delrakkins. Only a downed Alliance pilot managed to expose the plans, saving the Delrakkins from certain death. (MIS2, MIS3, GMR1)

Delrakkin
this race of lizard-like humanoids was native to the planet Delrakkin. Most of the Delrakkins lived underground, to escape the planet's vicious storms. Those that lived aboveground were concentrated within the borders of Delrakkin City, until the Empire subjugated the planet and drove all of the Delrakkins underground. The Alliance's leadership later discovered that Delrakkin was the test site of a device which would prevent starships from entering hyperspace, and that the entire Delrakkin race was to be eliminated in order to maintain the secrecy of the project. The ruse was predicated on an Imperial attack on Delrakkin city, although the Imperial pilots were using X-Wings, to make it appear as if the Alliance was behind the attacks. The contaminated bacta on the first Death Star was to have been used to "heal" the Delrakkins in the wake of the attack, although it really would have killed them. The plan was for the Delrakkins to readily accept the bacta as a gift in the wake of the attacks, when in reality it was laced with a chemical that would kill the Delrakkins. Only a downed Alliance pilot managed to expose the plans, saving the Delrakkins from certain death. (MIS3)

Delrakkin City
this was the capital city of the planet Delrakkin. It was considered the only civilization location on the planet, having been established on top of a mountain, well about the cloud layer and the storms that swept across Delrakkin's surface. For many generations, the native Delrakkins were the primary inhabitants of the city. When the Empire subjugated the planet, the invading Imperial forces drove all the Delrakkins underground. With the Delrakkins gone, the Empire garrisoned the city and established a defensive perimeter around it. Then, for reasons known only to Admiral Termo, the Imperials attacked the city and leveled many of its buildings. However, the Imperials used X-Wing starfighters in the attack, in an effort to fool the Delrakkins into thinking that the Alliance had been behind the attack. In the aftermath of the attack, Imperial forces would have arrived with bacta - albeit it tainted bacta - from the first Death Star. The plan was for the Delrakkins to readily accept the bacta as a gift in the wake of the attacks, when in reality it was laced with a chemical that would kill the Delrakkins. Only a downed Alliance pilot managed to expose the plans, saving the Delrakkins from certain death. (MIS3)

Delrian
Delrian was a prison planet used to incarcerate the worst of criminals. During their stay on Delrian, prisoners were put to work in the mines that riddled the planet's crust, excavating ores that were sold to help fund the prison's operations. During the early stages of the Clone Wars, Wat Tambor was incarcerated there before he was rescued by Separatist commandos. Doctor Evazan was also imprisoned there, until he escaped to the Hindasar System. Use of the Delrian prisons continued during the early years of the New Republic, as a deterrent against the various forms of unrest that cropped up in the wake of the Battle of Endor. (MTS, SWI67, GCG)

Delta 1
this was one of two zinsian procesing plants located in the Nihun Valley, on the planet Brosi. (AIR)

Delta 2
this was one of two zinsian procesing plants located in the Nihun Valley, on the planet Brosi. (AIR)

Delta Base
Mors Odrion and Rekara were assigned to this Alliance base shortly after the Battle of Yavin. It was located on the moon of New Kisge, in Suolriep Sector. The base was named for the famed Delta Unit of Scandium Team. (BGS, SSR, SWJ11)

Delta Case
this was Admiral Traest Kre'fey's plan for extricating Corran Horn and his team from Garqi, during the Yuuzhan Vong occupation of the planet. It involved a new tactic of battling against coralskippers, forcing them to maneuver and drawing power away from they dovin basal shields. (DTR)

Delta Emergency Code
this was the Imperial code signal which activated the bounty hunters who were protecting Project Orrad on Venaari, during the early years of the New Republic. (SWJ5)

Delta Flight
this was one of two training squadrons created by the Royal Naboo Defense Force, dedicated to training starfighter pilots for the Space Fighter Corps. Graduates of the training program for Delta Flight were assigned to Echo Flight for further training. (SFT)

Delta Seven
this sector of the planet Jerne saw many battles during the Galactic Civil War. (CSWDW)

Delta Source
this was the name given to the Imperial source of information about the activities of the New Republic, some five years after the Battle of Endor. It was one of many espionage systems left behind by the Empire when Coruscant was retaken by the Republic. Delta Source, however, wasn't a being. It was a fairly simple combination of technology and nature. One of the vast number of maintenance droids that worked in the natural areas surrounding the Imperial Palace made regular stops to prune and maintain the ch'hala trees grown nearby. These ch'hala trees, which reacted to all manner of vibration, served as a form of organic microphone. Deep inside one of these trees, attached to its taproot, was a communications tube that had fiber sensors implanted to the tree and a comm link. The maintenance droid would download information that had been recorded by the ch'hala tree, then transmit it on top of other maintenance information. Because of the effects of Delta Source, the early leaders of the New Republic considered moving their base of operations off Coruscant. Before they knew the true nature of Delta Source, it was believed that Delta Source was a technology-based system that was built into the Imperial Palace. (HTTE, TLC)

Delta Squad
this was one of the first groups of clone troopers that were trained as commandos, during the build-up to the Battle of Geonosis and the Clone Wars. Because they were one of the first two such squads decanted on Kamino, Delta Squad was the first to experience the intense rush of information provided by the heads-up display inside the helmet of their Katarn armor. Like most such units, Delta Squad was made up of four specially-trained troopers - nicknamed Darman, Jay, Taler, and Vin - who were trained to fight as a unit, without assistance. Unfortunately, Darman was the only member of Delta Squad to survive the Battle of Geonosis. (RCHC)

Delta Squadron
this was Captain Milnn's squadron of Imperial TIE Fighters, serving as part of Admiral Giel's armada during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (MC61)

Delta Team
this Alliance Special Forces unit was named for Scandium Team's Delta Unit. (SWJ11)

Delta Unit
this was the most successful unit of the Alliance's Scandium Team. (SWJ11)

Delta Wave Inducer
this was a form of sleep-inducing device that claimed to provide a night's of rest and relaxation in just a ten-minute nap. (MJH)

Delta-12 Skysprite
this small, two-person transport ship was developed by Kuat Drive Yards during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was equipped with sublight engines, and required a separate hyperdrive ring to achive faster-than-light travel. The Delta-12 was essentially a larger version of the Delta-7 Aethersprite, although the weapons systems were removed. Note that the description of the Delta-Twelve as a larger version of the Delta-Seven comes from Survivor's Quest, which places a Delta-Twelve aboard the D-Three Dreadnaught of Outbound Flight. However, the HoloNet News website indicates that the Delta-Seven was a new ship developed shortly before the Clone Wars. This was at or after the time that the Outbound Flight Project was supposed to have been launched. About ten years after the Battle of Geonosis, Kuat Drive Yards sold the entire Delta line to Sienar Fleet Systems, choosing to concentrate on capital ships instead of fighters. (SQ)

Delta-6 Aethersprite
this was a starfighter developed during the years following the Battle of Naboo. This may simply be a typographical error in Jedi Quest: The School of Fear, referring instead to the Delta-7 Aethersprite. About ten years after the Battle of Geonosis, Kuat Drive Yards sold the entire Delta line to Sienar Fleet Systems, choosing to concentrate on capital ships instead of fighters. Where the Delta-7 was essentially a sort-bodied snubfighter, the Delta-6 was a long-nosed fighter, although it retained the arrowhead shape and rear cockpit location. (JQ5, SQ, TCG8)

Delta-7
this modified Aethersprite-class light interceptor was part of the small fleet of ships maintained by the Jedi Knights, some 22 years before the Battel of Yavin. Used by Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Delta-7 was one of the first ships to be equipped with a TransGalMeg Syliure-31 hyperdrive booster ring, giving it independence from a hyperdrive-equipped support ship. About ten years after the Battle of Geonosis, Kuat Drive Yards sold the entire Delta line to Sienar Fleet Systems, choosing to concentrate on capital ships instead of fighters. (SWDB, X2, SQ)

Delta-9 Base
this top-secret base was maintained by the New Republic, in the wake of the Battle of Endor. Rogue Squadron and elements of the Republic's fleet were staged there, in preparation for the assault on Brentaal IV. Its exact location was never revealed. (XWES)

Delta-class Shuttle
any fast transport shuttle, such as the JV-7 from Cygnus Spaceworks. (TIE)

Delta-class Transport
a transport ship designed by Telgorn Corporation. (XW)

Deltron Spice Wine
this was a strong, spicy wine which was favored in some of the galaxy's seedier cantinas. Unlike most alcoholic beverages, which acted as depressants when imbibed, Deltron Spice Wine was an addictive stimulant. (LTA4, MC24)

Delund
this was one of the four Imperial pilots who agreed to defect from service aboard the Rand Ecliptic with Biggs Darklighter, just prior to the Battle of Yavin. He later helped Biggs and the Alliance steal a group of X-Wing starfighters from the main Incom Industries' facility, shortly before the attack on the first Death Star. During the mission, it was Delund who discovered the headless body of Peate Kurin, after the pilots ejected from their TIE Fighters. (SWED)

DeLuxe
a Carbanti-built starship. (MMY)

Deluxe Boarding Armor
this was a form of armored spacesuit produced by Wrokix Works, during the last years of the New Order. (GUN)

Deluxe-1
this was another name for the Mobquet Swoops and Speeders A-1 Deluxe landspeeder. (HNN4)

DeLuxFlux
manufacturers of hyperdrive motivator systems during the Clone Wars, they are located in the Corellian Sector. (SWSB)

Delva Racine
this near-human female was one of the many socialites who lived on Coruscant, during the last years of the Old Republic. Her outwardly-human appearance was altered by the strange eye goggles and the horn-like mask that covered her nose and mouth. (VD3)

Delvardus
one of the high-ranking Imperial officers that survived the death of the Empire, Delvardus set up his own fleet deep in the Core Systems. He was one of the many warlords fighting for control of the Empire, and was present when Daala convened the warlords at Tsoss Beacon. Delvardus was a tall, skeletal man with dark brown hair and bright white eyebrows. He had been secretly using Imperial funds to built his own Super-class Star Destroyer, known as the Night Hammer. He had proclaimed himself Superior General, but like all the other warlords whose squabbling had kept them from making any real headway against the New Republic, he died at Tsoss Beacon when Daala poisoned him. (DS)

Delvaren, Andos
this tall Rabaanite warrior was forever known as the second-best of his caste. He wore the warrior's red bandoleer, and had been awarded the sunburst sigil of a combat artst. However, Andos was continually bested by Mika Streev, and this rankled Andos deeply. He desired to be the best, to have the power and prestige that came with being his planet's chosen champion. To this end, he agreed to help the Empire subjugate the Ishanna System. Andos hoped that this would allow him to kill Streev and become Rabaan's champion. He brought the Imperials to the Combat Moon just as Streev and the S'krrr Sh'shak were about to do battle. Andos brought with him a contingent of stormtroopers led by a man named Jan, and tried to lure Streev away. Streev was too quick, and he killed Jan before advancing on Andos. Andos realized that Streev was going to kill him as well, and fled the battle. (SWJ9)

Delvy
a native of the Forest Moon of Endor, this being was a Prince among his people. Prince Delvy was to be the guest of honor at a fete held by Chief Chirpa and his daughter, Kneesaa, but the party was disrupted by the Pugs. (ECAR)

DeMaal
this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, DeMaal was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. This name literally meant "space station crafter". (GCG)

DeMain, Leger
a native of Erysthes, this man was known as one of the galaxy's premier illusionists. In his youth, Leger was a virtual slave to the Corporate Sector Authority, toiling in the chak-root fields until he managed to escape by hijacking an Authority ship and fleeing with his family and friends. He later adopted the name of Leger DeMain, and pursued his dream of acting in holofeatures. He became one of the galaxy's most recognized entertainers, leading a travelling revue whose shows ended with his feats of illusion. They traveled the galaxy in DeMain's ship, the Siren III. In the much-hyped "Escape at Cloud City," DeMain nearly perished when his escape trick almost failed. He recovered from the physical wounds, but his stature as an entertainer was greatly diminished. He willingly made contact with the Alliance and offered his services as an informant, and used his status as an entertainer to gain access to Imperial facilities and obtain vital information. (CRO)

Demar
this planet was the primary world in the Demar System, located in Brak Sector. (SS, FBS)

Demar
this red, supergiant star was the primary body in the Demar System. (FBS)

Demarch
this was the title given to the leader of the Twelve Tribes of T'Syriel, on the planet Shiva IV. (MC53)

Demartinn
this native of Andasala hired himself out as a sharpshooter. (GG11)

Dematoil
this was the traditional Bitthaevrian cudgel weapon, resembling a custom-designed morningstar or mace. It's heavy ball was covered with thick spikes made from quills of warriors the dematoil's owner had defeated in combat. (AIR)

Dembaline
this Mon Calamari was a noted composed of classical music. (VP)

Dembaline
this was a common female name among the Mon Calamari race. It referred to a pearlescent gemstone produced by ocean creatures on Mon Calamari. (GCG)

Dembaline
this lustrous, pearl-like gemstone was produced by sea creatures that lived in Mon Calamari's oceans. (GCG)

Deme Tryshyn
this being was considered on of grav-ball's most popular and gifted players, in the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was rumored that Tryshyn was paid some 3.1 billion credits to act as a spokesbeing for Ardees Beverage Company. (HNN4)

Demelza's Destructors
this was the name of the gladiator walker fighting team led by Demelza Mintori. (GFT)

Demesel
this planet, located in the Outer Rim's Meram Sector, was best-known as the base of operations for the Glasfir Ring. It was originally founded by a consortium of Inner Sphere businesses, and served as a trading center for a mulitude of Outer Rim frontier worlds. Business to and from the planet virtually dried up with the onset of the Galactic Civil War, and Demesel quickly became just another backwater world known for its criminal underworld. The average day on this temperate world lasts 22 standard hours, and its year lasts 285 local days. (GG11)

Demesk
this was a common name among the Sarkan race. (UANT)

Demicot
this was a species of swift-moving insect. The fine webbing exuded by the demicot was collected and woven into a silky fabric. (TCD)

Demigue
this planet is located quite a distance from Gascon. (GMS)

Demigue Terror
this was the primary hyperspace route between the planets Demigue and Gascon. It was known as the Demigue Terror because it was frequented by pirates and hijackers. (GMS)

Demilla City
this location, found on the planet Ralltiir, was the center of Salisbury's commercial sector. (SWJ9)

Deminar, Ilko
this man was appointed by Armand Isard to head up the Old Republic's Cryptanalysis Department, during the early stages of the Clone Wars, in an effort to block the slicers who were working for the Confederacy of Independent Systems. At the time, Deminar was a Sub-Director for the Senate Bureau of Intelligence, working for Isard. (SWI65)

Deminol
a planet. (COG)

Demior, Halacc
this wiry man was employed by Retter Lewis as a bodyguard and accountant for the antiques shop Callia's. Despite his small stature, Halacc was an accomplished hand-to-hand fighter, a skill he learned as an Alliance soldier. Halacc supports Lewis' work with the Alliance's agent protection program as well as working for Callia's. (CRO)

Demise
this modified corvette was part of Talon Karrde's small fleet, during the early years of the New Republic. It was one of the ships which accompanied the Wild Karrde to Yavin 4 during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, in an attempt to rescue the students at Luke Skywalker's Jedi praxeum. During the final struggle to get the Jedi off the moon, the Demise was the first ship to be destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong forces. (EVC)

Demise
this was one of the face cards in a standard sabacc deck, worth either positive or negative thirteen. (LCF)

Demmings
this Imperial Commander succeeded Moff Giedt as governor of Tiss'sharl, during the months following the Battle of Yavin. He was later assigned to command Darth Vader's flagship Imperial-class Star Destroyer on a mission to recover Luke Skywalker on Jabiim. Although Skywalker and the rebels managed to escape, Demmings survived to continue his command. A second error, the destruction of a rebel blockade runner that might have provided more clues as to the fleet movements of the Alliance, nearly cost Demmings his life. It was alter revealed that the "mistakes" that were occurring on Demmings' watch were the result of Garil Dox, who had been trying to exact a measure of revenge against the Empire for the destruction of Alderaan. The destruction of the outpost on Ejolus led to Dox's capture, and Demmings was allowed to command the Reprisal a little longer. (SWEPP, SWESF, SWEMO)

Demnadi
this planet was under Imperial control during the Galactic Civil War, but was also a hotbed of rebellious activity. (HR)

Demnadi Relief Operation
this was the name used to describe the Imperial plan to assist Governor Cathers quell the rebellion on Demnadi. Cathers asked for help in quelling a riot, and the Empire sent in Major Fenris Sarhl to assist. (HR)

Demoal, Lan
this young man was a freelance reporter who tried to find a major story to break along the Sisar Run, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. (SSR)

Demolinn
a bodyguard assigned to Rivoche Tarkin following the civil war which erupted on Coruscant after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. (DESB)

Demolisher
this was the stolen Star Destroyer which served as the flagship of Gir Kybo Ren-Cha's pirate fleet. Kybo Ren kept the Demolisher hidden in the Tarnooga System until it was absolutely necessary to reveal the ship's existence. (DCAR)

Demolition Boat
this was a form of corvette that was used by pirate fleets. It was named for its ability to destroy a specific target, as well as running blockades. (JSF)

Demolitionmech
this term was used to describe any droid or automaton which was used to place explosives or defuse bombs. (EGD)

Demon Stickers
this tribe of castaways eked out an existence on the planet Iego, on a mesa overlooking the Scatter. (GORW)

Demons
see Maelibi (WOTC, GORW)

Demon's Brow
a natural rock formation found on the planet M'haeli. (ROC)

Demon's Lair
this is the name given to the roughest section of the city of Talos, on Atzerri. (SOL)

Demonsgate
this planet was located near Yvara, within the veil of the Kathol Rift. Known as NCW-86 on Imperial star charts, the planet was named for the volcanic activity which raged across its surface, which often ignited the gases in its atmosphere and appeared to be aflame when seen from space. Despite this inhospitable environment, Demonsgate had a healthy and diverse range of lifeforms. A day on Demonsgate lasted 31 standard hours, and its year encompassed 224 local days. It was on Demonsgate that the Aing-Tii Monks recovered the Codex from the navigator Makezh, fighting off bounty hunters and Imperial forces to obtain the device. (KR, E)

Demonsquid
this dangerous ocean predator is native to the planet Aquaris. (CSW)

Demophon
primary planet in the Demephon system, its primary star went supernova during the Galactic Civil War. It was the first planet in the system, which had a normal day of 32 standard hours and a year which lasted 201 local days. The planet had two continents in a vast ocean. It was named for Arles Demophon, one of the founders of the Scout Service. It was rumored that the Empire had sabotaged the system's stellar observatory, allowing them to keep the inhabitants quiet before they discovered their sun's imminent death. This would have allowed the Empire to continue to obtain rutgar-4 from Jatee, before the system's population tried to escape the coming cataclysm. (SN)

Demophon
the red-dwarf star that was the primary sun of the Demophon System, it went supernova and exploded during the Galactic Civil War. (SN)

Demos Four
this planet was orbited by two moons. (TCD)

Demos Traxen
this serpentine being was an Imperial bounty hunter sent to Kallistas to capture Pallas Quintell shortly after the Battle of Yavin. He booked passage on the Red Fang with Tarquin Zian. Upon his arrival, Traxen learned that Quintell had already been captured. He blamed his failure to secure the rebel agitator on the Twi'lek captain, who spent much of the trip trying to avoid Imperial entanglements. (GG10)

DEMP 2
this was the follow-on version of the Destrutive Electromagnetic Pulse weapon produced by Merr-Sonn for the Empire. It was put into use following the Battle of Endor. (JK2)

DEMP Gun
manufactured by Merr-Sonn for the Empire, the anti-Droid ElectroMagnetic Pulse gun was used to disable droids when only the droids were targetted. The pulse was modified to penetrate a droid's shielded circuitry and "stun" it. The pulse had little or no effect on most life forms. Two forms of the DEMP Gun were produced, a pistol and a carbine. Mekuun also produced a version of this weapon. Note that the Arms and Equipment Guide indicates that DEMP stands for Destructive Electromagnetic Pulse. (ISB, TB, COJ, AEG)

D'emperiolo
this was the Huttese word for a member of the Empire, or of Imperial military service. (GMR5)

Den
this was the Ewok word for "no". (BTRKS26)

Den Dhur
this male Sullustan was a reporter for the HoloNet News Service, and served as a war correspondent during the height of the Clone Wars. He was equally known for his hard-hitting expose's and his hard drinking, both of which were punctuated by a loyalty to the truth that never faltered. He was a veteran of many of the Clone Wars' most intense battlefronts, including the Battle of Jabiim. It was on Jabiim that Dhur first encountered Filba the Hutt, when the Hutt nearly got him killed while trying to curry favor with Alto Stratus. From that point forward, Den's opinion of Filba - and Hutts in general - grew steadily worse, until he was stationed on Drongar during the Jasserak Engagement. After reaching Rimsoo Seven, Den was surprised to find Filba serving as the military hospital's supply sergeant. With a little digging, Den discovered Filba's connections to Black Sun and Admiral Tarnese Bleyd, and began to piece together their plans to sell processed bota on the black market. He planned a sweeping report on their criminal activities, hoping to bring Filba down once and for all. He was dismayed when Filba was poisoned, since the chance to link the Hutt to Black Sun was all but gone. He was left with reporting on the atrocities being committed by Phow Ji, who had been named the Rimsoo Seven combat instructor. Unfortunately, his scathing article was rewritten by his editors to provide an exceptionally positive slant, painting Phow Ji as a hero working in the worst of conditions. Sick of the war and tired of his career, Den Dhur fell deeper into an alcohol-induced stupor, until the Rimsoo Seven facility was attacked by Separatist forces. He sobered up almost immediately, and set to work helping the Republic forces break down the medical unit for transport. As the last transport was leaving, Den Dhur made a run for it, but noticed that Zan Yant's quetarra had been dropped in the chaos. Without regard for his own life, Den Dhur retrieved the quetarra, remembering how beautiful sounded when Zan played it. His elation was multiplied when a thermal bomb went off along his original path to the transport, and he realized that rescuing the instrument probably saved his life. His happiness, however, was short-lived. Their transport ship was hit by a Separatist missile, and Zan was killed almost instantly. It was of little consolation to Den Dhur that Doctor Yant had died happily, knowing that his quetarra had been rescued. When the Rimsoo had relocated, Den threw himself into his work, hoping that additional reports from the battlefront would help him forget the horrors he had witnessed. He began to find solace when he met Eyar Ahtram, who was as attracted to Den as he was to her. He also developed what he considered a mild disease while working with the people of Rimsoo Seven: a conscience. When he discovered that the bota plant was mutating at such a rate that it would be worthless in a few generations, Den probably could have written a Porasca Prize-winning story on the impact of the mutation. However, he realized that any such story would provide the Separatists with a reason to utterly destroy the Republic's presence on Drongar, so he held off on writing it. (MBS, MJH, SWI83)

Den Siva
this male Nagai served as Lumiya's chief aide, during the months following the Battle of Endor. He was also the advance scout of the Nagai invasion fleet, which had allied itself with Lumiya in the hopes of taking control of the galaxy from the Alliance of Free Planets. He requested that the Zeltron female Dani be turned over to him, so that he could study her physiology and learn what he could of the Zeltron race. He also became enamored of Dani, a feeling he had never quite experienced before for an alien being. When Kiro rescued Dani, Den Siva set out to recover her. He fought with Kiro over a river, smashing the Iskalonian's helmet and draining it of water. Kiro forced Den Siva over the edge, and both fell into the water. Kiro's body was never found, but Den Siva managed to survive and return to Lumiya on Kinooine. Den Siva was then placed in command of the assault force which destroyed Trenwyth. Later, on Zeltros, it was discovered that Den Siva had betrayed the Nagai to the Tofs, so that he could see Dani again. In the end, Den Siva decided that he had best leave the Nagai behind, and surrendered himself to Leia Organa and Dani. It was then revealed that Den Siva was actually half-Zeltron, a fact that became obvious as his attraction to Dani deepened. (MC96, MC97, MC103, LTA6, MC105, MC106, MC107)

DENA-1101-22-6
this Imperial code was required to be transmitted from cargo and transport ships entering the Fondor System, during the Imperial occupation of the shipyards located there. Failure to transmit the correct code often meant the destruction of the transport ship. (SWJ5)

Denab
this planet was the site of an Alliance rout of Victory-class Star Destroyers during the Galactic Civil War. The battle exposed the Victory's slow sublight speed as a weakness. (SWR)

Denais, Riva
this beautiful, brunette holovid star was known for her wide range in portraying characters. (GMR6)

Denari, Mikos
this man lived on the planet Tatooine during the height of the New Order. (GQRG)

Denaria Kee
this female Koorivan served as Passel Argente's chief aide, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (VD2)

Denarii
this rare double star was one of the ancient galaxy's most beautiful sights. Many millennia ago, the smaller of the two stars fed on gases stolen from the larger. The Denarii double star was destroyed by Naga Sadow, resulting in the Denarii Nova. (DLS)

Denarii Nova
an area of the galaxy characterized by the exploding stars that spread arcs of stellar fire throughout its environs. It was created when the ancient Sith Lord Naga Sadow tried to elude the pursuit of the Old Republic, some 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Using the Sith stones set into his unique starship, Sadow harnessed the Dark Side of the Force and tore the two Denaari stars apart as the Old Republic's fleet moved in. The fleet was destroyed, and Sadow was able to escape. Aleema tried to use the same technique a thousand years later, during the Great Sith War, and created the Cron Drift. She, however, failed to escape the destruction and was killed. (DLS, TSW, SA, L)

Denava
this gas giant was the third planet in the Goroth System. It measured 153,050 kilometers in diameter, and produced immensely strong magnetic and radio fields. A species of gas-bag creatures inhabited its upper atmosphere, and Denava was orbited by six moons. (GSE)

Denbalen
this gas giant was the fourth planet in the Goroth System. It was orbitred by seven natural satellites. Because of the unusual position of the brown dwarf known as Goroth Beta, Denbalen was not the outermost body in the system. At 147,100 kilometers in diameter, Denbalen wasn't as large as Denava, but its moons were more interesting. (GSE)

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