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DF.1
designation of the Golan Arms spray blaster. (ISB)

DF.9
Golan Arms' anti-infantry battery, the DF.9 was a turret-mounted medium laser weapon. The turret could be mobilized for deployment, but the weapon's mechanics required it to be constantly maintained. It had a proton-shielded control cylinder, and the weapon sat on top of it. What made the DF.9 a potent weapon was the way in which its energy bolts exploded upon impact, causing damage in an eight-meter blast radius. The DF.9 was originally developed during the early years of the New Order. (ISB, CFG, NEGW)

DF.9/B
a follow-on to the Golan Arms DF.9, the DF.9/B is essentially a DF.9 battery mounted on a four-meter tower. This weapon is a fixed-installation weapon only, and rapidly gained popularity during the Galactic Civil War. (ISB)

DF101-008
this New Republic datafile was appended to datafile DF76-882, and contained information on the D-type starfighter used by the Yevethans. (CTD)

DF76-882
this datafile was created by the New Republic Intelligence agency to monitor the various forms of starships used by the Yevethan species. (CTD)

DF76-901
this New Republic Intelligence datafile was appended to file DF76-882, and contained information on the Aramadia-class Yevethan thrustship. (CTD)

DFA 998
this anti-infantry laser battery was manufactured by Golan Arms during the Galactic Civil War. (HAS)

D'farian
this alien race, a member of the New Republic, sided with the Diamalans in the Caamas Incident. (VOF)

DFB-2000
this personal defense field generator, manufactured by Palladia Electronics, was worn like a belt. Contained in the belt was a small proximity sensor and energy emitter, designed to protect a being's personal space. Whenever an unwanted intrusion occurred, the sensor picked up incoming pressure and rected by releasing a stun charge at the offender. The stun charge varied in strength, depending on the force with which the intruder approached the user. (GFT)

DF-D1
this flechette rifle was produced by Salus Corporation, during the height of the New Order. It was unique in that it fired flechettes from two barrels instead of one. It was considered powerful at close range, but lacked accuracy over a distance. The design of the DF-D1 was essentially stolen from the Golan Arms FC-1 flechette launcher, in the hopes of Salus gaining a contract with the Empire. However, the DF-D1 was plagued by numerous flaws and accidents, and Salus was eventually nationalized by Imperial Munitions. The DF-D1 was dropped as a project. (GFT, GUN, AEG)

D-Five
this was the designation of one of the Dreadnaughts that was part of the Outbound Flight starship. D-Five was one of the five Dreadnaughts which was buried when the ship crashed into a large planetoid in the Redoubt, after it was attacked by a group of Chiss led by Thrawn. (SQ)

D-Four
this was the designation of one of the Dreadnaughts that was part of the Outbound Flight starship. D-Four was the only Dreadnaughts which remained aboveground when the ship crashed into a large planetoid in the Redoubt, after it was attacked by a group of Chiss led by Thrawn. Thus, it was the only access point through which any visstor could reach the rest of the ship. However, because it was the only Dreadnaught aboveground, the Outbound Flight Colony expended a large portion of its efforts on getting D-Four ready for flight once again. When the remains of Outbound Flight were located by a Chiss-led expedtion some fifty years after its attack, D-Four was capable of flight but not ready for the Colony to continue its mission. This made it an attractive target for Estosh and Bearsh, who commanded their Vagaari pirates to steal the ship for their own use. After planting line creepers in the rest of the Outbound Flight Dreadnaughts, they blasted D-Four away from the main ship by destroying the turbolift pylons that connected them. The Vagaari hoped that this would kill anyone left on Outbound Flight, but Captain Talshib of the Chiss managed to seal them off. Estosh and his surviving Vagaari nearly reached the Brask Oto Command Station, the first stop in their attack on the Chiss, but Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade Skywalker managed to defeat them and bring the Dreadnaught under control. (SQ)

DFS-1015
this Trade Federation droid starfighter was given tactical programming which allowed it to learn about its enemy, especially the N-1 starfighter, giving it the ability to maximize its offensive strategies. (CCG15)

DFS-1104
this was one of the Vulture droid starfighters which was assigned to the Trade Federation's command ship, during the initial stages of the blockade of the planet Naboo. (YJC4)

DFS-1138
this was one of the Vulture droid starfighters which was assigned to the Trade Federation's command ship, during the initial stages of the blockade of the planet Naboo. (YJC4)

DFS-1308
this was the designation of the Trade Federation Vulture droid starfighter which was assigned to analyze the N-1 starfighter, in preparation for the invasion of the Naboo System. It was on the maindeck of the Trade Federation command ship when the Radiant VII arrived with Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. DFS-1308, despite its programming, was unable to figure out the human element (I.e., the pilot) of the N-1. (CCG15)

DFS-1VR
this Trade Federation droid starfighter was part of the forces deployed to support the Separatists during the Battle of Geonosis. (TCG2)

DFS-327
this was one of the Vulture droid starfighters which was assigned to the Trade Federation's command ship, during the initial stages of the blockade of the planet Naboo. DFS-327 was given programming for defending the Federation's battleships during combat. It also had routines which allowed it to target key systems on enemy capital ships. (YJC4, CCG15)

DFS-4CT
this was one of the Trade Federation's droid starfighters, active during the months just prior to the onset of the Clone Wars. (TCG1)

D'gant
this man was an executive of a Vendusii Crystal mine during the Galactic Civil War. (HR)

DH107
Herzfall Corporation's head-mounted communications device, it resolved the jamming problems encountered when using SoroSuub's DH77 headcomm. They were used in stormtrooper helmets. The DH107 had a special decoding sequence built into its firmware, which was activated when the helmet was placed on the trooper's head. It randomly changed frequencies according to a platoon shifting sequence, which made tracking the transmission nearly impossible. The sequence could only be halted by throwing a small tongue switch as the trooper removed the helmet. Otherwise, the decoding sequence would be erased, rendering the communications system useless. Airen Cracken once found that, if a person linked a sabacc skifter to the DH107 module, the skifter could relay information about what frequency was most likely to be used next. (ISB, CFG)

DH-17
one of BlasTech's Imperial weapons, the DH-17 resembled an E-11 blaster, except that its nozzle was cone-shaped. Although the DH-17 was semi-automatic, it could be modified for automatic fire. This modification was not recommended, however, because the weapon built up excessive amounts of heat during heavy use. (CCG, EGW)

DH17 Pistol
see DH-17 (GQRG)

DH17 Snubnose
this blaster carbine was developed by BlasTech, and was based on the original DH-17 pistol. (GQRG)

DH-18
this BlasTech blaster pistol was the follow-on to the DH-17 model, produced during the height of the Galactic Civil War. The primary difference was the power output of the DH-18, which was greater than that of the DH-17, but with a shorter range. (AEG)

DH-23 Outback
this modification of BlasTech's DH-17 blaster pistol was made with durability in mind. While it wasn't as powerful or accurate as the DH-17, the DH-23 had better construction and heat dissipation capabilities. (AEG)

DH77
SoroSuub's version of a lightweight communications device which can be attached to headgear (helmet, headset, etc.). Designed for use in stormtrooper helmets, they were replaced by Herzfall's DH107 because the DH77 was easily jammed by high energy particle emissions. (ISB, CFG)

Dha Werda Verda
this ancient text was first discovered - inadvertently - by Mungo Baobab, who recovered the famed Roonstones. They were later deciphered in the Baobab Archives. Encoded into the crystal structure of the stones was the first version of the text ever found. Research into the origins of Dha Werda Verda indicate that it was written some 5,000 years before the Taungs marauded the ancient peoples of the planet Coruscant, known as the battalions of Zhell. The epic story recounts the bloody battles between the Taungs and the Zhell, and focuses on the final battle, which turned when a volcano erupted and rained deadly ashes onto the main Zhell city, wiping them out. However, the cloud of ash which formed as a result of the blast filled the skies for two years after the Taung's took control. This cloud cast a shadow over their lives, and the Taung adopted the name "Dha Werda Verda," which literally translates to "The Warriors of the Shadow." Throughout their history, the Taungs have referred to themselves as the Dark Warriors, another translation of Dha Werda Verda. (SES)

Dha'eh
this creature, which was native to the long-lost planet of Yuuzhan'tar, was one of the few creatures which could kill a maw luur. Because the maw luur was useful to the Yuuzhan Vong, the dha'eh were kept to a minimum population. (FP)

Dhalbreth Square
located in Imperial City on Coruscant, this park contains a pond full of glowfish. (SHA)

Dhar
this scout was active during the early years of the New Republic, and worked from a base on Elshandruu Pica. (GUN)

D'harhan
this being was a member of a near-human species which implanted various mechanical systems into their bodies, often replacing major limbs and organs with cybernetic weapons. They coordinated their actions via an internal communications package. D'harhan was also a bounty hunter, and was well-suited to the task. His body was covered by heavy, black armor which protected the power and support systems for the huge laser cannon which served as its head. The weapon had an enormous bore, and was studded with sophisticated optical systems that allowed D'harhan to "see" its surroundings as well as target its prey. The subsystems of the laser were draped down his back, along his spine. The immense weight of all these systems would have overbalanced a normal creature, but D'harhan also had a segmented, armored "tail" which extended from his lower back and hips. Heavy, black gloves protected D'harhan's hands, and thick-soled booted supported his feet. In order to communicate, D'harhan used an archaic keyboard attached to its central processors, and typed out its words. The words were interpreted and "spoken" by a vocabulator module. Boba Fett, the closest thing D'harhan had to a friend, had been present as his creation during the last years of the Old Republic, and partnered with the near-human on a couple of occasions. One of their first missions was working for Inquisitor Malorum on Bellassa, shortly after the Clone Wars, during the search for Ferus Olin and Roan Lands. The two bounty hunters pursued Ferus and Obi-Wan Kenobi to the Red Twins, but D'harhan was badly injured when they managed to escape. For much of his career, D'harhan was known to shoot first and not bother to ask questions later. His last mission with Boba Fett was the hunt for Oph Nar Dinnid, in which D'harhan was forced to give up his weapons systems in order to land on the planet Circumtore. This nearly killed D'harhan, for his weapons systems were his primary essence. Fett maintained his life support with minimal power until his skills were needed. Then, using armaments from a hidden weapons cache unloaded from within the Shell Hutt fortress, D'harhan's main laser cannon was reactivated. D'harhan managed to eliminate a huge number of the mercenaries hired by Gheeta to protect the Shell Hutts, but their combined firepower eventually felled D'harhan. Boba Fett then used the near-human's laser cannon - which was still operational - to destroy Gheeta. It was believed that D'harhan was the last of his kind. (MA, LJ1, LJ2)

Dharus
this Outer Rim privateer operated along the Territory's Leisure Corridor. Dharus was an orange-brown-skinned humanoid of unknown origin. His eyes glowed a deep scarlet. He was a fun-loving thrill-seeker, but was also wanted by the Empire. Zardra once tried to claim the bounty on Dharus' head, and nearly caught him on board the Culroon Minstrel. Dharus escaped, but was eventually brought to trial by the Empire. He was let go on circumstantial evidence, and has secretly worked for the Alliance ever since. (GG9)

Dharus' Buccaneers
this was the name used to describe the pirate force which worked for Dharus. (PP)

Dhashaan Shield
this mercenary outfit was hired by the Nhoras race to assist in defending their world from attack by the Clatear. (SOP)

Dheendo
this Rodian was at one time an average bounty hunter working for the crimelord Tyu. He never had the cunning and bloodthirstiness that most members of his species have, and so he left Tyu's employment and joined the Alliance. Dheendo made his way into Shroud Team, serving under Dutra Zeneta as their chief foster agent. He idolized Dutra Zeneta, and worked to be as wise as he thought Zeneta was. (SWJ10)

Dhil, Shanto
this bacta pirate worked from a base on the planet Lammax during the early years of the New Order. At the height of the Galactic Civil War, Dhil was semi-retired from the pirate business and was serving as the mayor of Port Bianco. He was infamous for inviting new acquaintences to dinner, in order to determine where their loyalties laid. Spies and other agents rarely, if ever, survived the meal. Shortly before the Battle of Endor, Dhil stumbled upon a group that was trafficking corusca gems through Tapani Sector, but never discovered that it was actually House Calispa running stones from Coorimbus IV. (LOE)

Dhillith
this was a fairly timid creature that was once native to the Yuuzhan Vong homeworld of Yuuzhan'tar. (FP)

Dhislug
this creature is native to the planet Algara II, and reaches lengths of three meters or more. These python-like mollusks exude a burning, acidic slime which helps them kill their prey. Their eyes are useless. Instead, they use two antennae to locate prey, which they draw into a toothless mouth after the acidic slime has started to break it down. (PG2)

Dhol
this octopus-like ruler of Cheelit was an avid Firepath player. She existed in a floating glass globe. When Darth Vader tried to escape from the Guild of Vindicators, he attempted to lure them to him by playing Firepath with Dhol. She agreed, and Vader played the role of inferior to a tea. She played a masterful game, but Vader's game was better. The assassin Clat the Shamer was lured onto the gameboard, where he was quickly defeated by Vader's pieces and destroyed. To further punctuate his victory, Vader incinerated Dhol in a blast of fire from the gameboard. (CSWDW)

Dhoora
a Corellian Transport ship captured by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Dhorian
this planet is the fifth world in the Lazerian System, and was the site of a mining colony that supplied the system with many natural ores. Two moons orbit the planet. (TSK)

Dh'rang
this was a common name among the Togorian race. (UANT)

DHS-2
this was Lakan Industries' top-of-the-line dejarik game system, produced during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

Dhum
this Dathomiran rancor was the offspring on the female known as Tosh to the Singing Mountain clan. Dhum was killed by the AT-ST walkers of Warlord Zsinj. Tosh responded by tearing the cockpits off the scout walkers. (CTD)

Dhur Qirit
this was a form of organic glue, developed and used by the Yuuzhan Vong to help an ooglith masquer remain adhered to an individual's face for a long period of time. (FP)

Dhuru Fly
this species of insect was native to Dagelin Minor, and were considered a nuisance. The planetary authories decided to wipe out the insects by importing a swarm of Bogan's Brown Nafen, hoping that the flying insects would consume the flies. Unfortunately, the nafen were carrying a strain of the Hardan Plague, which eventually killed 98% of the planet's population. (COG)

Dhuryam
this was the name of an immature World Brain, specially-bred by the Yuuzhan Vong to control the ecosystem of a planet. Grown from genetic material taken from the original World Brain of Yuuzhan'tar, dhuryams were related in many respects to the yammosks. However, the dhuryam was capable of widescale telepathic manipulation of its environment, where the yammosk used gravitic signatures to direct the actions of starships. Dhuryams were capable of coordinating the operation of huge numbers of Yuuzhan Vong bio-organic machines which were required to Vongform a world. A group of dhuryams were often grown together, and placed into direct competition with each other. As they developed the skills necessary to sustain an incredibly diverse ecosystem, the dhuryams matured. When they were ready, a ceremony known as the tizo'pil Yun'tchilat took place, in which only the strongest and most capable dhuryam survived. This one individual was then installed as the World Brain of a new planet. As the time of the tizo'pil Yun'tchilat approached, Yuuzhan Vong warriors were ordered to monitor their activities, for the increasingly intelligent dhuryams often used slaves to kill their rival dhuryams. This would unfairly taint the tizo'pil Yun'tchilat, resulting in a poor choice of World Brain. (T)

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

Di arysi du arys pas-essen lure mass
this Snivvian phrase, used in the world of art and antiquities, translated into Basic as "There is no great love than a master's for his masterpiece." (HNN5)

Di Blinths
this active volcano was located on the planet Ord Cestus, and was the traditional home of a clan of X'Ting warriors. Note that this might simply be the name of an X'Ting clan that lives in a volcano. (HIV)

Di nova
this Huttese phrase meant "I said", as in Di nova, 'chut chut' meaning "I said, excuse me." (AAOTC)

Di Yuni, Winna
this Jedi Knight was one of the best healers of her generation, and served at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. Winna was asked to investigate the illness of Didi Oddo, and was able to discover that he had been poisoned by a chemical produced by Arbor Industries. (EVE)

Dia
this was a common name given to Twi'lek females, and meant "ice" in the Twi'leki language. (GCG)

Dia
this female Twi'lek lived in the Lower City of Taris during the years leading up to the Great Sith War. She discovered that an old acquaintence, Holdan, had placed a bounty on her head. However, one of the Jedi Knights who arrived on Taris after the Endar Spire was destroyed managed to convince Holdan to drop the bounty, thereby freeing Dia. (KOTOR)

Dia Passik
this Twi'lek female was born Diap'assik. After being sold into slavery, Dia learned to fly starships from her owner, who naively believed she was an air-headed female. When her owner was visited by a being with an armed shuttle, she escaped by stealing the shuttle and blowing her owner's ship, the Violet Hem, out of the sky. She fled to the New Republic, turned over the shuttle, and applied for starfighter training. She even asked to join Wraith Squadron, after hearing of their assault on the Implacable, and joined the squadron shortly before they were assigned to take out Warlord Zsinj. Dia brought a wealth of knowledge about flying starships, but also great deal of information on the activities of smugglers and pirates. She proved herself to be an excellent fighter pilot, both in simulations and in actual combat. She was given the position of Wraith Four, acting as Wes Janson's wingman, following the deaths of Falynn Sandskimmer and Eurrsk Thri'ag. When the Wraiths were assigned to the Mon Remonda in support of the hunt for Warlord Zsinj, she rejected the offer of friendship from Nawara Ven, since she hated everything to do with the planet Ryloth, including those members of the Twi'lek species who managed to avoid slavery. She was also instrumental in the deception of the Hawk-bat Independent Space Force, portraying Captain Seku. In this guise, however, she was forced to execute Castin Donn, who had stowed away on their mission to meet with Warlord Zsinj and was discovered. She complied, realizing that Castin was already near to death, but the action left her with intense psychological scars. She eventually recovered from the shock of killing Castin, and participated in several Hawk-bat raids, including assisting Warlord Zsinj in his attempt to steal the Razor's Kiss from Kuat. Over time, she fell in love with Garik Loran, although they were forced to keep their relationship a secret until decorum allowed. (IF, SOC)

Diablo Cut
this was one of the most treacherous sections of Beggar's Canyon, located on Tatooine. No one had ever flown through it until Luke Skywalker did, years before the Battle of Yavin, during a frantic run to bring Biggs Darklighter to a medical facility after he had been attacked by Tusken Raiders. Diablo Cut served as a section of the noted Mos Espa Circuit, a swoop racing event held annually during the height of the New Order. (EGC, MC17, SWGAL)

Diagnoster
this test tool was a common component of a starship's medical emergency kit, and was designed to help determine the chemical composition of a sample. The diagnoster could also be used to scan a being's body for foreign bodies, such as a slug or shrapnel. (MJH)

Dialogen
this biological compound was found in the bloodstream of many humanoid or cephalopood races, including the Anomids and Wol Cabbashites. (HNN5)

Diamal
this white-maned race of sentients was involved in a minor shipping security dispute with the Ishori, shortly before the Caamas Incident. The Diamals didn't trust the Ishori patrol ships which escorted Diamalan transports into Ishori ports. Han Solo and Luke Skywalker tried to resolve the conflict, but were unable to do so. Instead, the dispute grew into a large-scale political battle with the revelations of the Bothan involvement in the destruction of Caamas. The Diamlan Senators firmly believed in the "forgive and forget" solution to the problem, while the Ishori wanted justice to take more physical form. They are a very honorable race, and respected the heroes of the Galactic Civil War. They are also very stoic, often described as unemotional. (SOP)

Diamala
this is the common name used to describe the collective Diamal race. (SOP)

Diamond Cruiser
this warship was developed by the Commerce Guild during the build-up to the Clone Wars. (LEV)

Diamond Level
the highest of the three entertainment and commercial levels aboard the Errant Venture, the Diamond Level catered to Booster Terrik's more discerning customers. Booster Terrik found a young couple who fancied themselves to be smugglers on the Diamond Level, who agreed to help smuggle Corran Horn back to Corellia during his search for Mirax Terrik. (IJ)

Diamond-boron Armor
this armor plating was developed by the Empire late in the Galactic Civil War. It was used to cover missiles, allowing them to be virtually indestructible until they are detonated. (SE)

Diamonds
a song written and played by the band Starburst. It was first released as part of the compilation Only in Your Dreams, and has been rated scarlet by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

D'ian Orchid
this species of lush, tropical vine produced beautiful flowers. D'ian orchids were among the most decorative plants in the galaxy, used to decorate everything from offices to spaceports. (HSR)

Dianoga
this unusual mollusk was found throughout the galaxy, living wherever there was sewage for it to subside on. It had seven tentacles and a single eyestalk, and a beaked mouth dominated its underside. The origins of the dianoga have been traced to the planet Vodran, a swampy world where the dianoga has had to develop a tranparent camouflage in order to escape from the planet's large predators. Also called a garbage squid, this species has migrated off the planet, following the scent of garbage to starships and stowing away. They grow to be an average of 5-6 meters in length, although specimens of 10 meters are not unheard of. Their bodies, when unfed, become transparent. They change to reflect the colors of their food once they have eaten. (SW, MTS, WSW)

Dianoga
this was the personal attack craft owned and operated by Gir Kybo Ren-Cha. (SWDB)

Dianoga Pie
a disgusting meat pie made from dianoga flesh. (DE2)

Dianoga Swamp Trap
this was the name of a specialized obstacle used in swoopchasing. It was basically a form of the Rancor Pit, but the second wall was suspended over a quagmire which was populated with dianoga. This was considered an outlaw obstacle, and wasn't sanctioned by the governing bodies of swoopchasing. (BSS)

Dianoga-class Fighter
this four-winged starfighter, with the wings set in a wide X-shaped pattern, was popular among pirates and mercenaries during the last decades of the Old Republic. The fuselage of the Dianoga fighter was a stubby cylinder. (STF)

Dianogan Tea
this steeped beverage, usually served hot, was considered something of a delicacy by the Muun race, despite the fact that it stained the lips and mouth of those individuals who drank it. They were easily identifiable by their purple lips, purple teeth, and black gums, although the staining effect was temporary. Drinkers of dianogan tea - named for the fact that it was brewed from a chemical found in the spleen of a dianoga - found the stains a small price to pay for the flavor, aroma, and mildly narcotic affect of the tea. (JT)

Diap'assik
this was Dia Passik's birth-name, which she forsake when she was sold into slavery for credits. (IF)

Diath, Dace
a dark-skinned, human Jedi Knight who served in the Battle of Koros Minor, and was present at the Jedi Assembly at Deneba. A native of Tatooine, Dace followed his father, Sidrona Diath, along the path to becoming a Jedi Knight. He learned the ways of the Force under the tutelage of Master Vodo Siosk-Baas, and fought bravely on Onderon against the Naddist uprising there. He nearly died on Ossus, though, during a training flight with Cay Qel-Droma. They were testing the Star Saber attack ship when Dace concentrated on the ship's targetting computer but ignored his flight path. His ship was destroyed when it impacted a rocky spire, but Dace managed to eject from the explosion, using the Force to levitate away from it. He later assisted the Jedi Knights during the Great Sith War, and was among the group that pursued Aleema and Crado into the Cron System. When Aleema tore one of the stars apart, Dace was vaporized in the resulting explosion. (FNU, DLS, TSW)

Diath, Nico
this man was one of the long line of Jedi Knights to come from the Diath family, which traced its roots back some 4,000 years to the planet Tatooine. Something of a rogue within the Jedi Order, Master Diath was known for his hatred of slavery. After attaining the rank of Jedi Master, he refused to take a Padawan learner, choosing instead to roam the galaxy wherever the Force guided him. During the decades leading up to the Clone Wars, he spent much of his time in the Outer Rim, working along to free more than a thousand slaves. It was rumored that the Hutts had even tried to put a bounty on his head. Unfortunately for the Jedi Order, Master Diath died during the early stages of the Clone Wars. He had been part of the team dispatched to recover the antidote to the swamp gas used to destroy life on Ohma-D'un, and was killed when the catwalk he as standing on was damaged by the bounty hunter Durge. Master Diath fell to his death in the lava below. (RBR)

Diath, Sidrona
an ancient Jedi Master and leader of the Republic Senate, he was born in a failed mining colony on the planet Tatooine. He rose to power during the Sith War, but was killed during the Battle of Basilisk. (TSW, IG1, DLS)

Diath, Tae
this young Jedi Padawan was the nephew of Nico Diath, and a part of the almost legendary Diath family of Jedi Knights. Tae was part of the task force which was dispatched to the planet Jabiim, during the height of the Clone Wars, to liberate the planet from Separatist control. Many of the students, Tae among them, were forced to watch their Masters die in battle. As the Padawans tried to regroup, Tae began to question Anakin Skywalker's ability to remain focused on the battle. However, the group remained strong, until Anakin was ordered by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to leave the group to help coordinate the rescue efforts. As Anakin left, Tae and the others regrouped in an effort to slow the progress of Alto Stratus toward the Republic's last base. The fight between Stratus' forces and the Padawans lasted for nearly a day before Tae was caught alone on the battlefield and brutally slaughtered by a group of assassin droids. His death caused a massive, psychic backlash through the Force which destroyed the mind of Elora. (RBJ)

Diathim
this strange race of beings, native to the planet Iego, was often referred to as angels. The University of Sanbra officially recognized the name Diathim. Individually, Diathim appear to be female humanoids that stood between two and three meters in height. Six blade-shaped wings grew from their backs, allowing the Diathim to fly through the air, resembling the angels of many cultural religions. The body of a Diathim seemed to be made up of exceptionally bright, white light, which was tinged around the edges by a pale yellow aura. This light made distinguishing any facial features nearly impossible, giving rise to the varied descriptions of their true appearance. The legend that the Angels came from Iego's moons was rooted in a nugget of truth, because the Diathim could travel through the vacuum of space near Iego, moving from the planet and its moons to approach any starship that stumbled upon the planet. Individual Diathim spent most of their life moving through the Extrictarium Nebula, and only touched the surface of Iego in the area known as the Choir Alignment. There seemed to be no language among the Diathim, and although they radiated benevolence, they were known to have sabotaged many starships. It was believed that those beings who disappeared on Iego lived forever on the planet's surface, although Iego had to discernable natural resources. It was also believed that the Diathim were responsible for bringing starships to Iego, although the way in which they accomplished this was never discovered. (WOTC, GORW)

Diatium
this metal was used in the creation of miniature power sources, such as those used in the lightsabers of the Jedi Knights. (COD, VD)

Dibra Born
this being served as the planetary President of Sermeria, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Dice Ibegon
a female Lamproid encoutnered by Lak Sivrak in the Mos Eisley cantina. Dice was Force-sensitive, and a member of the Alliance. She and Sivrak formed a spiritual bond, and Sivrak was drawn further into the Alliance. When she was killed during the Battle of Hoth, her Force-image was left to roam the galaxy and give Sivrak support. She chose to revisit him and bring him spiritually back to Mos Eisley, where each time he reaffirmed his belief in her and the Alliance. When Sivrak was killed in the Battle of Endor, both of the Force-images joined Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker in the celebration. (TME)

Dice, Marit
a native of Hali, this young girl attended the Leadership School on Andara during the years following the Battle of Naboo. She was one of the handful of students who attended the School on a scholarship, and was snubbed by many of the wealthier students. This led to her association with Gillam Tarturi and his band of mercenaries, as well as to her friendship with Anakin Skywalker. Anakin was attending the School as part of the investigation into Gillam's disappearance, and Marit decided that he would make a good addition to the band. In order to verify his interest, Marit stole Anakin's river stone, forcing him to return to her to recover it. After introducing Anakin to the team - Gillam was still in hiding - Marit revealed that she was the galactic politics expert for the group, helping them decide which missions to take based on their effectiveness in altering a political course of action. However, her resolve to the group was shaken when she accidentally shot and killed the leader of the planet Tierell. Gillam no longer had any faith in her, and planned to eliminate her as part of a plan to fake his own death and blame it on his father. Anakin and his Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, were able to thwart Gillam's plans. Marit, Gillam, and the entire team were expelled from the Leadership School and transported to Coruscant for questioning. (JQ5)

Dicer
this customized Z-95 Headhunter was owned and operated by Eelo Begraas. Its red-on-black paint scheme was known to most spaceport traffic controllers in the Mid Rim during the last decades of the Old Republic, as the coloration made the ship blend into the backdrop of outerspace, and was virtually invisible to the naked eye. The Dicer was armed with two pairs of blaster cannons and a proton torpedo launcher, and was co-piloted by Begraas' astromech droid R6-A1. (WOTC)

Dicium, Tan
this spoiled young prince was a member of the royal family of Sifuchi, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Although he enjoyed spending credits and mingling with his peers, Tan never went anywhere without at least four Yuzzem bodyguards. (WOA32)

Di-crome
this reflective material is often used on camouflage coverings, such as tents and shelters. When inert, a fabric impregnated woth di-crome reflects all light around it. When electrically charged, however, the di-crome coating absorbs ambient light. The fabric then appears to take on an exact duplicate of the environment around it, blending in and becoming almost imperceptible. (ROE)

Didi and Astri's Café
this was the name of Didi Oddo's café, some four years after the Battle of Naboo. It was originally known simply as Didi's Café, twenty years earlier. After Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi helped free Didi from Jenna Zan Arbor's schemes, the café was renamed to Didi and Astri's Café, when he accepted his daughter as a full partner. Astri worked hard to change the image of the restaurant, and the clientele evolved to include Senators and businessbeings in addition to the occasional smuggler. (DH, JQ)

Didi's Café
this was the name of Didi Oddo's café, some thirteen years before the Battle of Naboo. After Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi helped free Didi from Jenna Zan Arbor's schemes, the café was renamed to Didi and Astri's Café, when he accepted his daughter as a full partner. In its early days, Didi's Café catered to a wide variety of Coruscant's lowest-class citizens, primarily smugglers and criminals who needed a cheap meal. (DH, JQ)

Diehard
this species of insects has survived the devastation of the Clone Wars on the planet Atraken. Their resistance to all the forms of destruction has earned them the name "diehard." They also exist on the moon Trilos. The diehards attack by burrowing up from the ground, attacking their prey from below. They are aggressive hunters. (PG2)

Dielo
this red-haired woman served as Jiliac's majordomo during the early years of the New Order. (THG)

Diergu-Rea Duhnes'rd
this Weequay and his beloved, Solum'ke, spent a romantic vacation on Zelos II, and were convinced to assist the Qwohog K'zk into searching for treasure in the Zelosian Chine during the Day of the Sepulchral Night. Solum'ke loved the idea of hunting for treasure, and talked Diergu-Rea into financing the trip. They succeeded in locating the treaaure, and began to remove as much as they could before the water levels rose with the tides. However, they were double-crossed by K'zk, who left them to die when the tides began filling the treasure chamber. The two Weequay were eventually rescued by another group of vacationers, but found themselves flat broke. They hoped one day to return to Zelos II and recover more of the treasure. (TFNR)

Dieterschach
this was one of the most respected architecture firms of the last decades of the Old Republic, known for their angular, geometric designs. (WOTC)

Dieuw
this species of trees was native to the planet Pelgrin. (PJSB)

Dif Gehad
this Neimoidian was dispatched to Cartao as part of the Cartao Expeditionary Army, serving as the Master Creator of New Products. It was Dif Gehad's mission to retool the fluid technology of the Cranscoc in order to manufacture D-90 battle droids for the Separatist forces. (SWI69)

Differential Regulator
this droid component controls access to the automaton's information. (DE1)

Diffit
this ancient Quarren surname meant "keeper of records". Like many Quarren surnames, it could be traced back to the time of the Battle of Ruusan. (GCG)

Diffuser
also known as diffuser pads, these devices are placed over items which need to be hidden. When scanned, the diffuser deflects the scanning energy around the hidden object, making the scanner believe that there is nothing beneath it. (IJ)

Diflu
this underground cavern complex is the largest of the cities established on the planet Dolomar. (TTSB)

Digger
this clone trooper was part of the platoon dispatched to Pengalan IV, during the early stages of the Clone Wars, to eliminate a Separatist missile facility on the planet. He was given the nickname Mapper by Joram Kithe, who was stranded on the planet with the platoon's survivors after the Separatist sprang a trap. The nickname, given to help Joram communicate with the troopers, was based on the fact that the clone trooper was digging shallow graves for his fallen comrades when Joram regained consciousness. It was later revealed to Joram that Digger and his platoon-mates were actually enhanced clones, having been given additional self-reliance and initiative during their development. These enhanced troops were dispatched with observers like Joram, in order to ensure the production of clone troopers was continued. (SWI65)

Digisee Gaming Floor
this was the main gambling level found within the Outlander Club, located on Coruscant during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was here that much of the public gambling took place. (IWE2)

Digit Six
an Imperial ship in the Battle of Bakura. (TB)

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