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Outer Rim Territories
a section of the galaxy which contains Tatooine and Ryloth. This sector of the galaxy has long marked the farthest edges of galactic expansion, since it represented a huge amount of space beyond the Inner Rim Territories, which were known simply as The Rim. For this reason, Emperor Palpatine committed most of his more heinous atrocities there. The Outer Rim was under the control of Grand Moff Tarkin and the first Death Star, until the Moff and his space station were destroyed in the Battle of Yavin. (SW, HTTE, COTF)

Outer Rim Trade Consortium
this group of Outer Rim trading concerns sprang up during the early years of the New Order, in an effort to address the lack of Imperial support the Outer Rim's businesses was getting. The Consortium spent much of its time cataloging and documenting the various Outer Rim exports that were provided to the Empire, in the hopes of ensuring adequate compensation. The Consortium felt that most of the Empire's credits were going to Core World aristocrats, while Outer Rim farmers and laborers were working for a pittance. Behind the scenes, the Consortium supported the efforts of the Alliance, and even registered several freighters and transports - actually owned by the Alliance - under it own name. (RESB)

Outer Rim Wars
Alexsandr Badure participated in this series of Old Republic battles. (CSA)

Outer Rim, The
a name given to the furthest reaches of the Invisible Sector of Imperial City, on Coruscant. It represents the areas in which the aliens who live there are trying to expand their territory. (WG)

Outer Spine
this was a term used by many spacers to indicate the most remote parts of the Corellian Trade Spine, beginning at the intersection with the Rimma trade Route at Yag'Dhul and moving rimward. Many parts of the Outer Spine had only been traveled for several centuries, despite the fact that much of the Corellian Trade Spine had been established millennia before. (WOA33)

Outer Wash
this was the name of one of the shallow seas that were located in the Swamplands, on the planet Desevro. The Outer Wash was located between the Inner and Far Washes. (GORW)

Outer Zuma
this area of the galaxy was located below the galactic plane, and sat below the area of the galaxy known as the Inner Zuma. Both areas of the galaxy were located along the border between the Outer Rim Territories and the area of the Unknown Regions known as Wild Space. The Outer Zuma was made up of four galactic sectors: Fusai, Ikenomin, Kakani, and Sugai. Much of the Outer Zuma was uncharted until about 1,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Several centuries before the Battle of Yavin, the Inner and Outer Zuma regions were considered part of the Unknown Regions, until explorers began scouting their locations and pushing the boundaries of known space ever outward. However, eddies and sinkholes in the hyperspace continuum in the area led to many lost expeditions and the formation of exceptionally dangerous travel routes. (GMR9)

Outer-Rim Rum Drop
this was a popular mixed drink, developed on an unspecified Outer Rim world during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was distinguished by its reddish color, which swirled and changed as the drink was consumed. (LFCW)

Outland Mining
this Old Republic mining corporation was large enough to maintain its own defense fleet, but much of the fleet was nationalized by the Old Republic in the wake of the Trade Federation's actions leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Could this refer to Offworld Mining? (RP)

Outland Region
this far-ranging area of Imperial space was patrolled by Wilhuf Tarkin during the early years of the New Order. This may be another reference to the Outer Rim Territories. (CSWDW)

Outland Region
a sparsely-populated area of the planet Rydonni Prime. (SWJ9)

Outland Rifle
this was a form of slugthrower that fired larger slugs. Thus, it was capable of doing more damage to a target. The Outland Rifle had an internal magazine that held eight slugs. (GMR4)

Outland Transit Station
Dexter Jettster once owned a weapons shop on this space station, located along the edge of Hutt Space. The station was covered with a transparisteel dome, that provided it with an open-air feeling. Much of the station was given over to street-like rows of shops and stores, where virtually anything could be purchased…for the right price. During the years surroudning the Battle of Naboo, the station was owned by the Toydarian Rozatta, who was a friend and accomplice of Jango Fett. After the station was attacked by the Bando Gora Force witches, Dexter sold his interests to Jango Fett and fled to Coruscant. The Bando Gora attack was followed swiftly by an assault from the bounty hunter Montross, who killed Rozatta in order to lure Jango back to the station. Rozatta provided Jango with information on the Bando Gora, and explained that Montross had set a series of thermal charges throughout the station. As he fled, Jango watched the Outland Transit Station explode, putting an end to his holdings there. (SWDB, GMR10, SWRPG2, BH)

this game of chance was a complex and fashionable game during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was usually played on a rotating holoboard, but was adapted for play on the HoloNet when it became popular. (HNN4, IWE2)

Outlander Clans
this was one of the primary clans of S'kytri which were native to the planet Skye. Although the Outlander Clans were given one seat on the Supreme Council, its members were not allowed a chance to rule Skye like the Highland and Lowland Clans. Like the other clans, the Outlander Clans were formed from forty-two unique family groups. (GMR1)

Outlander Club
this was a noted nightclub and gambling hall, located on Vos Gesal Street on the planet Coruscant some ten years after the Battle of Naboo.The club was owned by Volven Roxe, who was financed by a shady group of Columi investors. The club was named for the fact that it originally was a small establishment that catered to the afficcionados of the game Outlander. It was here that Zam Wesell tried to ambush Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, after they foiled a second assassination attempt on the life of Senator Padme' Amidala. The Outlander Club was once a stylish establishment that catered to many of Coruscant's elite, but the continued growth of the city-world meant that the Outlander was quickly deemed passe' by its clientele. Over the years, the Outlander became known as a haven for the seedier natives of Coruscant. It was also rumored that an Anzati stalked the Club's clientele, although many believed this was just a story devised to make the Club more attractive. Note that Inside the Worlds of Star Wars: Episode II indicates that the Outlande Club was owned by the Baath Brothers. (OWS, AOTCN, SWDB, CCW, IWE2)

Outlanders Organized Crime
this was the name given to the "family" of criminal organizations which were active on the Outland Transit Station during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. The OOC had its fingers in virtually every aspect of life aboard the station, and often used them in helped to police its own members. Any bounties that needed to be placed to bring in rogues or deserters were often placed by the sanitation or public works agencies, in return for a certain amount of "protection" from the OOC. (BH)

Outlaw Tech
this was the name that was used to describe any of the various starship mechanics who worked outside the realm of legal starship modifications and their associated paperwork. They did custom work for smugglers and other independent spacers, and usually performed the work for a fair price. Usually, outlaw techs were able to procure military-grade or prototype systems, to augment the stock systems of starships that needed additional speed or armament. They often had the skills to forge starship IDs and Authority Waivers. Most, if not all, of this work was done on a no-questions-asked basis, as the outlaw techs had as much to lose as the starship owners if the modifications were discovered. (HSE)

this company, named for the breed of mechanics who would perform most illegal modifications for a fair price, developed several lock-breaking and combination-detection tools during the early years of the New Republic. (TTSB)

Outlier Systems
a collection of star systems in the Corellian Sector which are extremely introverted. They are by far the most secretive worlds in the sector, and have been said to make the Corellian System look open-minded. Many of the Corellian System's Imperial functionaries fled that system following the death of Emperor Palpatine, and took up residence in the Outlier Systems. There, they regained policital offices, and work with the Diktat to govern the sector. (AC)

Outlink Four
this was the designation of an unfinished Outlink, attached to the Spaarti Creations facility on Cartao during the height of the Clone Wars. Pilester Binalie never revealed the existence of the fourth Outlink, since it was never fully completed. However, it was later used as a was to free Commander Roshton and the forces of the Army of the Republic which were trapped inside the Spaarti complex by Separatist armies. (SWI70)

Outlink One
this was one of three storage facilities maintained by Spaarti Creations, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Outlink One was located near an apartment complex which served as living quarters for the non-married employees of Spaarti Creations. (SWI68)

Outlink Three
this was one of three storage facilities maintained by Spaarti Creations, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Outlink Three was located near an apartment complex which served as living quarters for those human employees of Spaarti Creations who had families. (SWI68)

Outlink Two
this was one of three storage facilities maintained by Spaarti Creations, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Outlink Two was located near an apartment complex which served as living quarters for those Cranscoc employees of Spaarti Creations who had families. (SWI68)

this small world was the outermost planet in the Bissillirus System. It was covered with plains of frozen ammonia, but was the site of a research base established by Unilliten Industries. (GMK)

this Imperial Carrack-class cruiser served as a recon ship during the Battle of Nar Shaddaa. (THG)

this Imperial deep-space platform was the base used by the shuttle Tydirium, before it was captured by the Alliance prior to the Battle of Endor. (XWA)

Outpost 5440
this was the name given to the Imperial outpost that was established in Ugnorgrad, on the floating facility known as the Ugnaught Surface, during the Imperial occupation of Bespin. After the Imperials were driven off Cloud City, the outpost was abandoned. The Ugnaughts reclaimed the facility, and turned it into housing, business facilities, and a HoloNet relay station. (PH)

Outpost 8
this was the designation used to describe one of the largest chunks of frozen rock and ice which orbited in the ring around the planet Constancia. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, Outpost 8 was one of a multitude of asteroids that were used by the natives of Constancia as defensive positions. Like its companions, Outpost 8 was studded with a variety of turbolaser and ion weapons, which could be brought to bear on starships intruding on Constancia's system. (LAT1)

Outpost Beta
this Rebel sentry station, located on Hoth, reported the drop of the Imperial Army just before the Battle of Hoth. The commander at Outpost Beta was protrayed by James Eckhouse in the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Radio Drama on National Public Radio. (ESBR)

Outpost Cinder
this Alliance Special Forces base was established on a ridge overlooking the Empire's Bid'Jerma Detention Block, in an effort to liberate the high concentration of Alliance prisoners at the facility. (HAS)

Outpost Shear
this was one of the primary Separatist bases on the planet Jabiim, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. It was captured by the Army of the Republic, but at the loss of the Republic's own Shelter Base. (SWI69)

an alien device of unknown powers and usage. (RPG)

the lizardfly species inhabited the cliffs located above this city. (SWCP)

Dash Rendar's modified Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-2400 freighter, the Outrider was painted ebony black to blend in with the depths of space. Rendar has taken the stock YT-2400 and added a KGDefender ion engine system, a Griffyn/Y2TG hyperdrive, and a pair of modified Dymek double laser cannons. Much of the upgrade and modification work was done by Bolabo Hujaan on Byblos. (SE, EGV, SESB)

Outrider Ganglia
this was the term used to describe the tendrils which hung from the body of a Yuuzhan Vong worldship. These membranous tendrils were connected to a host of coralskippers, which were deployed to unfurl the ganglia into a sail-like structure. When fully deployed, the outrider ganglia acted like cosmic sails, helping to provide propulsion for the worldship. (NEGV)

an Alliance modified light freighter used for Project Shantipole. (SFS)

Outside Threat Indicator Array
called an OTIA for short, this sensor package allows a pilot in an unshielded TIE starfighter to quickly recognize when his ship has been targetted. It indicates whether a starfighter, capital ship, or platform/station has locked on to it. (TIE)

Outsider Citadels
this was the name of the contained cities maintained by the offworlders who lived on the planet Cerea. Because the native Cereans discouraged the use of high technology, offworlders were limited in their use to the Citadels. Many Cerean elders despised the Citadels for the pollution and waste they produced. (PTR)

Outstanding Threat to Order
this was essentially an order of martial law, used by the leaders of the planet Junction 5 during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was enforced whenever an enemy of the state was loose on the planet. (LOJ)

Outward Bound
this modified Vangaard Pathfinder was owned and operated by Jobany Cyrs. The ship had been in his family for several generations, and was considered an heirloom. It was virtually in original condition, with minor modifications to its computer and drive systems. (BSS)

Outworlder City
a city on the planet Ergeshui. In the Ergesh language, the name of the city is Oorglush, which can be translated as Dry Ground, Safe At Last, or Sanity. Outworlder City is covered by a transparent dome that allows the inhabitants to control the climate to suit their needs. It was built to allow off-worlders visiting Ergesh to live in comfort, if they weren't used to the swampy environment. Very few Ergesh enter the city, considering it too sterile. It is connected to Erglush by the planet's living monorail, a system of vines that grow bean-shaped pods. These pods travel along the vines via expuslion of natrual gases and photsynthetic charges. (PG2)

this was an area of the galaxy far from most hyperspace routes. (MC16)

Ouwray, Ekam
this Imperial governor replaced Stant Rosswell on Indu San. Where Rosswell maintained the New Order while allowing the natives to thrive, Ouwray was a hard-line supporter of Palpatine's doctrines. Many of the favors that business leaders on Indu San had obtained under Rosswell dried up, and Ouwray was despised. When the natives rose up against him, Ouwray fled the system in a show of cowardice that rivaled his staunch support of the New Order. (SWJ6)

Ov Taraba
this was one of the most prominent - and expensive - universities of the planet Onderon. It was established some 4,000 years before the advent of the New Order. (TOJC)

this truth serum, created by 'Geneering Products, detects the physical symptoms of a lie and reacts to them. OV600 causes the victim's flesh to break out in a painful rash. If the lies are strong enough, the drug has the capabability to induce so much pain that the victim dies. (CFG)

this planet suddenly collapsed in upon itself and disappeared, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. The collapse of the planet caught a starship which was passing by, dragging the ship and its crew into an infinite abyss. The Jedi Council feared that the planet's collapse was somehow related to the Witches of Dathomir. They had found a small temple on Ova, which bore markings and glyphs that told of Dathomir as the source of the temple's power. The destruction of Ova caused a distortion in the space around the planet, disrupting interstellar traffic for many weeks. This distortion forced the Jedi mission to rescue Quinlan Vos to be delayed, stranding Quin on Dathomir for many days beyond his mission's parameters. (SWIE)

this Shyriiwook word was used as the suffix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "eye", "gazer", or "seeker". It could be attached to a prefix by itself, or combined with other suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

Over the Rile
this was a section of Bridis City, on Bridin Anchorage. (GG11)

Selonian term for their governmental body. (AS)

this was the name given to the inhabited area just outside the main spaceport of the planet Entralla, located within the boundary of Nexus City. The majority of the beings living in the Overhang were native to Entralla, and worked menial jobs at the spaceport. Very little sunlight reaches the group, as it is blocked out by the tall buildings. (SWJ4)

Overlook, The
this was another name for the mountain Teldanus, located on the planet Goroth Prime. (GSE)

Overlord, Belgar
this man and his partner, Roth Skimm, were a pair of freelance explorers who stumbled upon a habitable world on the edge of the Core Worlds some 600 years before the Battle of Naboo. They named the planet Belgaroth, and the system became known as the Belgaroth System. Before they could turn the system into a way station and turn a profit for their efforts, however, they shot and killed each other over a disputed game of cards. (CCW)

the name given to the controlling consciousness of the taurill. It controls all of its individual minds at one time, although it tends to get distracted very easily. (DS)

see Mobquet Overracer (DARK)

part of the Tarkin Doctrine, an Oversector was to be created from those star systems in which open rebellion was just starting. Existing sector boundaries no longer mattered; the existing sectors would simply be included in an Oversector's boundaries. The combined military might of the Oversector could then be used to quell any rebellious activities. (ISB, DSTC)

Oversector Outer
this Imperial Oversector was the first such area defined by Palpatine, and was set up for Grand Moff Tarkin. It contained much of the Outer Rim Territories. (DSTC)

Overseer of Prison Worlds
this was the title given to the being - a member of the Old Republic's Senate security committee - who oversaw the activities and maintenace of the Republic's many prison facilities. (JQ8)

this was the pleasure sector fo Corint City, and was the primary center of pro-Imperial sentiments during the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ10)

this Keganite woman worked in the Animal Circle, and was a friend of O-Melie. (FFT)

Oviedo Engineering
this vast research and development organization expanded its corporate portfolio many years before the onset of the Clone Wars, branching out to manufacture a variety of military vehicles and weapons systems. Oviedo Engineering was forced to dismantle its operations after its Director, Lorca Oveido, was arrested on conspiracy charges after faking his death and plotting to sell rigged weaponry to Wat Tambor and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. (T22)

Oviedo, Lorca
this man was the Director of Oviedo Engineering, during the last years of the Old Republic. Distinguished by his impeccable clothing and flowing mustaches, Oviedo tried to make a small fortune by negotiating with Wat Tambor of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Oviedo had already agreed to sell his weapons systems to the Grand Army of the Republic, and was planning to allow the Separatists to use special identification chips in the weapons to track the locations and movements of the Republic's ground forces. In order to ensure the success of this plan, Director Oviedo arranged for a malfunction aboard his starship, while returning from a conference on Aviles Prime. The malfunction forced the ship to revert to realspace near Asturias, where it was attacked by Separatist forces. Oviedo's ship managed to land on the remote moon, as did a handful of the clone commanos assigned to protect him. It was the clones who discovered Oviedo's plans, which might have allowed the sale of rigged weapons to occur, even as it made Oviedo something of a hero for surviving the "attack." Oviedo even tried to bribe the commandos, but their loyalty to the Old Republic was absolute. He was returned to Coruscant by commando Theta-288, the only member of his squad to survive the affair. Unfortunately, Oviedo died from "sudden respiratory failure" before he could be interrogated. It was unclear whether his death was a suicide or not. (T22)

this ancient Keganite woman ruled the planet with V-Tan some thirteen years prior to the Battle of Naboo. They were known as the Benevolent Guides, and revered the prophesies which claimed that a visitation by the Jedi Knights would destroy Kegan society. To this end, they perpetuated the belief in the General Good and kept Kegan isolated from the rest of the galaxy. O-Vieve herself was somewhat precient, and had visions of the purge of the Jedi Knights and the legions of stormtroopers enforcing Emperor Palpatine's New Order. Unfortunately, Qui-Gon Jinn and Adi Gallia - the two Jedi Masters on Kegan to determine the Force sensitivity of O-Lana - couldn't believe that such an evil force would one day take control of the galaxy, and ignored her visions. However, as the Jedi revealed more and more about the greater galaxy, the Keganite population began to doubt the rulership of O-Vieve and V-Tan. In the end, the populace voted to overthrow the Benevolent Guides and join the Old Republic. (FFT)

this mammalian creature was known for the large litters produced by the females, in which the cubs were neatly arranged in the nest. (SWED)

Ovise I
this was the innermost planet in the Ovise System, found in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. (GMR9)

Ovise II
this was the second planet in the Ovise System, found in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. (GMR9)

Ovise III
this planet, the third world in the Ovise System of Moddell Sector, was an urban world dominated by factories. Because of the unregulated growth of industry on the planet, Ovise III was considered a polluted world by the time the New Republic took control of the Inner Zuma region. (GMR9)

Ovise IV
this was the fourth planet in the Ovise System, found in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. (GMR9)

Ovise V
this gas giant was located in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. It was orbited by several inhabitable moons, and was known as a source of tibanna gas. (GMR9)

this Noghri male was a member of the clan Bakh'tor, and was one of the many who worked the verdant canyon known as the "future of Honoghr" during the early years of the New Republic. It was Ovkhevam who greeted Luke Skywalker when he arrived on Honoghr to repair his starship. (TLC)

a large, bantha-sized reptiloid native to Laboi II, the ovolyan are the primary prey for the Laboi. In turn, the oyolyan hunt small Laboi for food. (GG4)

Ovrax IV
the planet on which Evar Orbus purchased Snit. (TJP)

this is the white star that is the binary of Roti, at the center of the Roti-Ow System. (GG4)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name referred to the leaves of the pale green waw tree. (GCG)

an Imperial Navy Captain, in command of the Valiant during the height of the New Order. (ISB)

this was one of the many Ferroans who were living on the planet Zonama Sekot during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Like Darak and Rowel, Owell eventually came to trust Luke Skywalker and the Jedi Knights who arrived on the planet to seek its assistance in resolving the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. When Zonama Sekot made a blind jump into hyperspace to avoid the sabotage of Nom Anor, the Ferroans were forced to flee underground to avoid the ecological damage that occurred on the surface. Owell, along with Darak and Rowel, made many trips into the wilderness to look for survivors, often with the help of the Jedi. (UF)

Owen, Nile
this Imperial Moff was in control of Rayter Sector during the Galactic Civil War. He was a thin man with hawk-like features, and although he always wore his military attire, Owen also preferred furred cloaks. Owen's demeanor is one of controlled force, and he is an intimidating individual to most people. He is a model Imperial officer, and served on several Victory-class Star Destroyers before advancing to the position of Rayter Sector Moff. When the Farool Brothers approached him with a plan to discredit the Alliance, he grudgingly supported it. He allowed them to capture Crying Dawn Singer, but when Nak Farool issued a holotransmission stating that Owen was unsympathetic and couldn't assist in rescuing the Shashay, Owen became furious. He executed Nak Farool on the spot, and commanded Jonnas Perrsta to contain the Shashay. When the Alliance stepped in to rescue Crying Dawn Singer, Owen ordered the Impending Doom to cut them off. Neither objective was met, and Owen carried a deep-seated grudge for the Alliance and its agents from that point on. In the wake of the Imperial defeat at the Battle of Endor, Moff Owen took out his frustration by executing an entire company of soldiers from the First Sun Mobile Regiment for killing all Alliance troops before questioning them. This forced Maska Zural to re-evaluate his group's alliance with theEmpire. (TA, SWJ15)

Owens, Tully
this man made his home in the walled city of Cjaalysce'I, on Socorro. There, he worked as the cheif mechanic at the docking piers, and his crews were known for their adherence to Caelli-Merced standards. A former smuggler of some renown, Tully was brought into th eCaelli-Merced Syndicate by Tait Ransom, who introduced him to Pret Swain. (BSS)

a device which can control a number of droids fitted with restraining devices. (TB)

Owners' League
this loose union of casino and brothel owners is the counterpart of the Exotic Entertainers' Union. (SE)

this was one of the command battle droids sent by Nute Gunray to check to see if Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi had been killed by poison gas, shortly after they were dispatched to resolve the Trade Federation's blockade of Naboo. Distinguished by its yellow coloration, OWO-1 had a communications package built into its backpack, and provided audio and video back to Gunray's command center until it was cut down by the Jedis' lightsabers. (IS1)

one of the seven major clans of Ammuud. (CSA)

this deadly predator roamed the fungal plains of the planet Yvara, feeding on the abundant zeebucks and inept Yvarema. Owr'apa were ambush predators, submerging themselves in watering holes and waiting for their prey to get too close to the water. Once prey was selected, the owr'apa lunged out of the water, taking the creature by surprise and dragging it back underwater. Owr'apa had a specialized breathing snorkel which allowed them to breath while underwater. (KR)

a harmless, blob-like creature found in the forests of Endor's Sanctuary Moon. (ECAR)

a Devaronian on Tatooine at about the same time Labria was living in Mos Eisley. Oxbel was Labria's brother and, like Labria, arrived on Tatooine and has yet to leave. Unlike his brother, however, Oxbel has no ambition to make something of himself. He deals in worthless information gathered from his drunken stupors in the alleys of Mos Eisley. (GG7, TME)

this was the brand name of Gandorthral Atmospherics' basic breathing mask. It was unusual among similar devices in that its complex scrubber system never needed to be replaced, just recharged. However, the Oxidizer required that the wearer be in an atmosphere that had moderate levels of oxygen which could be extracted. Thus, it was not effective in the vacuum of space. (AEG)

an Alliance container group supplying Admiral Harkov and the Protector fleet in the Ottega System during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this ore is mined on the planet known as Oasis, in the middle of the Maelstrom. (RM)

this was one of the primary cities of the planet Naboo. During the Separatist crisis that engulfed the galaxy some ten years after the Battle of Naboo, Queen Jamillia opened Oxon - along with Theed and Kwilaan - to refugees who were fleeing the upheaval. (SFT, HNN5)

Oxygen Symbiote
a clear, gelatinous creature native to Calamari, it has the ability to filter pure oxygen from water. The Mon Calamari use them as breathing masks when swimming in the Calamari seas. The symbiote is placed over the nose and mouth, and it adheres to the skin. The symbiote then filters oxygen to the wearer's nose and mouth while keeping the water out. (DA)

a name used by the Sunesi, and other races, to describe bacta. (SWJ10)

this elderly Keganite woman was the caretaker who tended to O-Lana, during the child's infancy. (FFT)

this name was given to female Zabrak, although its original meaning was lost over time. The Basic translation of the name meant "egg". (GCG)

Ozlyn Gox
this was the capital city of the planet Gravlex Med. (HNN4)

Ozone Chamber
a device found in many spas and resorts, an ozone chamber had a number of recuperative uses for humans and aliens. (HSL)

this was a common name among the Nagai race. (UANT, GMR1)

Ozrei N'takkilomandrife
see Knife (GMR1)

this agricultural planet was located on the rimward edge of the Anoat Sector of the galaxy. The inhabitants of the planet maintained an insular society. (WOA33)

this Ugnaught was the King of his people, leading the Terend Council from the city of Ugnorgrad, during the early years of the New Republic. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, the 200-year-old Ozz worked hard to make Cloud City a better place for the Ugnaughts to live, a goal that was made easier by Lando Calrissian's humanitarian stance on employing the Ugnaughts. After Calrissian fled Cloud City and the outpost was garrisoned by the Empire, Ozz found himself and his people virtually enslaved by Imperial Governor Treece, who exploited Ugnaught labor to cover up his own embezzlement of Imperial funds. Ozz and his Ugnaughts staged an insurrection against Imperial Captain Treece in the wake of the Battle of Hoth, planting a series of twelve bombs around Cloud City and hoping to destroy it once and for all. When Calrissian returned to try and liberate the city, Ozz reluctantly agreed to accept his help. Together, they managed to defeat Treece's forces and evict the Imperal garrison from the outpost. (EGA, SWDB, MC57, PH, GORW)

Ozzel, Kendal
a native of Carida, Kendal Ozzel was the last in a long line of land owners on the planet. As the second son, Kendal was not his father's designated heir, and joined the Imperial armed forces to prove himself. It was rumored that Ozzel gained his position because his family had close ties to the Imperial Navy, especially after he attained the rank of Admiral. It was Ozzel who presided over the dishonorable discharge of Han Solo, after the young cadet ignored his superior officer's orders and freed a Wookiee slave. He was given the command of the Star Destroyer Executor, which allowed the Imperial Naval Staff to keep an eye on Vader while he hunted down the Alliance. Ozzel was placed in charge of the fleet that attacked Hoth, and brought the fleet out of lightspeed just outside the Hoth System. He felt that the surprise arrival of the fleet would shock the Alliance. Instead, the presence of the fleet was quickly noted by the Alliance, which gave them time to prepare their escape. Ozzel was killed by Vader for his failure to cleanly cpature the Hoth base. (ESB, ESBR, MTS, THG, OWS)

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