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Digit Squadron
this Imperial Navy unit was the primary defense force arrayed in orbit around the planet Bakura during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Made up of five outdated, but nonetheless tough, IR-3F patrol craft, Digit Squadron was caught by surprise when the Ssi-ruuvi began their invasion of the Bakura System. Two of the IR-3F ships were destroyed in the initial attacks, but the other three survived and remained in service for many decades following the Battle of Endor. (GORW)

this group of Imperial IR-3F patrol craft was dispatched to the Bakura System, shortly before the Battle of Endor. (TBSB)

Digit/Bakura II
part of a a group of Imperial IR-3F patrol craft dispatched to Bakura, shortly before the Battle of Endor, the Digit/Bakura II was later usurped by the Bakuran government in the wake of the Battle of BaKura. (TBSB)

Digit/Bakura III
part of a a group of Imperial IR-3F patrol craft dispatched to Bakura, shortly before the Battle of Endor, the Digit/Bakura III was later usurped by the Bakuran government in the wake of the Battle of BaKura. (TBSB)

Digit/Bakura V
this Imperial IR-3F patrol craft was part of a group stationed at Bakura shortly before the Ssi-ruuk invaded the system. Later, after a weapons malfunction, the shift was left adrift during the Battle of Bakura. Han Solo had planned to ram the ship with the Millennium Falcon, hoping to push it onto a collision course with the Dominant. The maneuver proved unnecessary, however, after Commander Pter Thanas ordered the Dominant to move out of the Imperial offensive position. The Digit/Bakura V was later usurped by the Bakuran government in the wake of the Battle of BaKura. (TBSB)

Digo Fadani
this was a noted Baragwin individual. (UANT)

this species of nocturnal, carnivorous creature was native to Kamar. (HSR)

this was a biochemical weapon which was deadly to most forms of life. It was developed during the years leading up to the Clone Wars, but saw limited usage. (JQ6)

the leaves of this plant were used as seasonings in many gourmet recipes. (GFT)

the title given to the Chief of State in the Corellian Sector during the time that the Empire ruled the galaxy. It was believed that he fled to the Outlier Systems when the Empire crumbled. (AC)

this clone commando was one of the members of Aiwha Squad, serving under jedi Master Tra'avis during the final months of the Clone Wars. (CWA4)

this was a Mandalorian swear word, used to indicate an individual who had disappointed you. (RCHC)

this was the plural form of di'kut. (SWI81)

this was a Mandalorian swear word, used to describe something as being similar to excrement. (RCHC)

Dil, Cilia
this woman, a native of the planet Junction 5 some twenty-three years before the Battle of Geonosis, was charged with crimes against the state for her role in inciting rebellion against the Guardians. Just before Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi landed on the planet during another mission, Cilia Dil managed to escape from prison. The Jedi offered to help her in any way they could, and Cilia tentatively agreed. It was then that she revealed her plans to infiltrate Delaluna's Ministry of Offense and Defense in order to steal the plans for the Annihilator weapon. Although the Jedi agreed to help, the mission ultimately exposed the truth: there was no Annihilator weapon at all. The Guardians had used its perceived threat to remain in power, while the Delaluna government had used it to maintain a level of control over the natives of Junction 5. Cilia was thrust into the public forum as a hero, the woman who exposed the treachery of Lorian Nod and brought down the Guardians. (LOJ)

Dil, Jaren
this man was one of the members of the underground rebellion that evolved after the Guardians began cracking down overly hard on the populace, more than twenty years before the onset of the Clone Wars. The husband of Cilia Dil, Jaren managed to avoid being implicated in his wife's efforts, but he was constantly monitored by the Guardians. (LOJ)

this planet was ostensibly ruled by Jiliac the Hutt, during the early years of the New Order. (THG)

this man was one of the many farmers who eked out a living on the Khoonda Plains of Dantooine, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

a planet known for its cigars. This is possibly a typo in Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of Thon Boka; it might refer to Dilonexa. (LCS)

Dilonexa System
this huge planetary system consisted of 40 planets. The inner twenty-two worlds were intensely-irradiated by the system's primary star, a gigantic blue-white fireball. The outer seventeen planets were too far away to receive any heat from the star, and were covered with frozen wastes. The middle planet, Dilonexa XXIII, was perfectly situated to allow life to exist. (LCF)

Dilonexa XXIII
the middle planet in the Dilonexa System, Dilonexa XXIII was composed of large quantities of lighter elements. Thus, it had very few natural metals, and the inhabitants of the planet had to import them in massive quantities. Dilonexa XXIII was an agrarian world. However, there were very few bodies of water larger than a small lake, so the land had been cultivated into vast farms connected by irrigation systems. It was approximately 25,000 kilometers in diameter. Due to its large land masses, the planet used to be ravaged by huge, city-sized tornadoes that streaked around the entire planet. This required that a series of large weather-control satellites be launched into orbit, in order to keep the farms running without a major disaster each year. (LCF)

this was the term used to describe the human population of the planet Dilonexa XXIII. (LCF)

this was another term used to describe the human population of the planet Dilonexa XXIII. (LCF)

Dilorr, Tergeth
this former Imperial conscript jumped ship the first chance he got, and spent much of his early life wandering from planet to planet, hoping to join the Alliance. He worked with Ort Hoogra-D'En for a time, earning a paycheck while hopefully meeting up with the Alliance. This association earned Tergeth a bounty, when the Ho'Din's spore bombs killed several hundred Imperials over a period of months. (ND)

Dim Goggles
see Flash Goggles (CCW)

this was the brand name of a medical supply. (FOP)

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

Dimel Attack Ship
this 95-meter-long warship was produced by Ulig Abaha Limited. It was manned by a crew of 23, with 43 gunners. It could accommodate up to 34 troops and 660 metric tons of cargo. (CSA)

Dimensional Engineering
this field of science and technology was developed by the Gree many thousands of years ago. It centers on the use of spatial and time dimensions, and allows the Gree to move through space with their unusual starships. (SWJ8)

this herb was native to the planet Gala, where it grew in the sea plains surrounding the Galacian Sea. In small quantities of raw leaves, it was harmless as a flavoring. When dried and used in larger or more regular quantities, it caused the user to becomed addicted. The user then wasted away as if from illness. In this way, dimilatis was used as a poison against Queen Veda, during her attempt to have her successor chosen via popular election. (MOC)

this city was located on the planet Gallinore. It was distinguished the green marble used to create its buildings, as well as its tree-lined streets. These touches were made to ensure that even man-made structures appeared to be a part of the natural surroundings, as much as possible. Even the landings pads at Dimitor's spaceport were created from a multicolored stone, to help them blend into their surroundings. (GMR8)

found in the formation known as Kystes' Spine, on the planet Talus, this horrific predator was easily distinguished by its bone-white flesh. After generations of living beneath the surface, the dimlurker lacked true eyes, and often simply blundered into their prey. Although their primary diet was made up of the mosses and lichens that grew in the caves, dimlurkers would eat just about anything they encountered. Living prey was subdued by flailing their two limbs, which ended in bony knobs of chitin. The dimlurker then wrapped its flexible body around the prey to suffocate it, before swallowing it whole. (CCW)

Dimmit Station
this city, located on the planet Budpock, was where Yarbolk Yemm was able to gain passage on the Impardiac to Cybloc XII for R2-D2 and C-3PO. (POT)

this gruff Trandoshan worked as a thug and strong arm for Nirama, during the last years of the Old Republic. (WOA4)

the homeworld of the Dimok race (TIE)

a starship group destroyed by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. They were in control of the Youst weapons lab at the time. (TIE)

one of the two major civilizations established in the Sepan System, the Dimoks were deeply involved in a civil war with the Ripoblus when the Empire decided to intervene. The Dimok opposed the Imperial intrusion from the initial Imperial overtures, while the Ripoblus tended to side with the Empire. That all changed following a series of Imperial fleet maneuvers that tried to cow both sides. The Dimok eventually agreed to cease the Sepan Civl War and join with the Ripoblus, at least until they could drive out the Imperial fleet. (TIE)

this device was a portable holographic projection unit that projected a "shield" of darkness over the wearer's face. The DimSim looked like a large hand that wrapped its fingers around the front of the skull. Each finger held part of the holo-unit, and heled maintain the shield. This device allowed the wearer to see out beyond the shield with minimal interference, while others were unable to see the wearer's face. DimSims found a widespread use among thieves and hijackers during the end of the Galactic Civil War and into the age of the New Republic. (GG11)

a religion that grew out of the theory that the Bantha, being such a simple, easily-adaptiable creature, was the source of a hidden message from some all-powerful being. The priests of the Dim-U religion devoted their lives to searching for the Divine Bantha's message to the galaxy. Each priest carried a staff carved from the tusk of a bantha. At the top of the staff was a small carving of a bantha itself. A group of these priests brought banthas with them to Tatooine, as part of the first colony ship that arrived on the planet. (TM, GG7, HG)

this was a common female name given to Sullustan females. It referred to a Sullustan lizard that was often kept as a pet. (GCG)

Din Nebula
this vast area of interstellar gases was located in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy, in the rough triangle formed by the planets Endor, Trindello, and Zorbia. It was known to the Ewoks as the Gorax King's Heart, and contained the Din Pulsar as well as a planet-sized diamond that was believed to have once been the core of a gas giant. During the supernova that created the Din Pulsar, the violent explosion apparently stripped a huge gas giant of all its atmosphere, exposing the diamond. This diamond created a huge mass shadow in hyperspace, making travel through the Din Nebula impossible. (GMR9)

Din Pulsar
this rapidly-spinning pulsar was located in the heart of the Din Nebula, found in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. The remains of a star which died more than 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, the Din Pulsar was originally named in Sanyassan art and songs, and the radiation it produced was believed to have been responsible for the genetic mutations that created the Marauder subrace. It was also believed that the explosion that created the Din Pulsar stripped the atmosphere from a huge gas giant, and left behind a planet-sized diamond. (GMR9)

Din Tinray
this Sullustan was born deaf, and would have died without the help of Doctor Rachael Tikaris. Doctor Tikaris developed a prosthetic ear that precisely mimicked the Sullustan ear, allowing Din to hear normally again. (EGA)

Din, J'fe
this holovid star was widely popular in the Larrin Sector, despite the Empire's best efforts to bring her down. Her most popular show, Starflash, provided viewers with a regular series of hair-raising adventures. In reality, J'fe and her producers were strong supporters of the Alliance, and sent out a variety of coded messages to Alliance agents in Larrin Sector during each episode. J'fe made sure that the messages were undetectable by the average viewer, but obvious to the agents who were looking for them. Many historians believe that J'fe and Starflash quickened the downfall of the Empire in Larrin Sector by a year or more. J'fe and her team later went on to produce Imperial Truth, a show which debuted after the Empire was forced out of Larrin Sector and which described the true nature of Emperor Palpatine's evil government. (HR)

this small city was located on Elrood's largest continent, on the western edge of the Lodon Ocean. (PG3)

Dindo, Lefty
this Corellian criminal misused a monomolecular blade and lost his right hand. (TFE)

this spicy dish was favored by the Yagai. (SWJ11)

a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "male ruler" or "king". (GCG)

one of Gorga the Hutt's closest advisors, Ding was also one of Gorga's most trusted spies. Ding was left on Tatooine to guard Anachro during the H'uun's pregnancy. When Ry-Kooda attacked Gorga on Tatooine, Ding tried to flee the carnage but was recalled to service by Gorga after Anachro gave birth. (BF, TJT)

Ding mi chasa hopa
this Huttese phrase translated into Basic as, "Let me help you with that." (AAOTC)

this starfighter pilot served the New Republic as a member of Rogue Squadron during the second decade of the Republic's tenure. Dinger was killed during the Republic's investigation of the attack on the Free Lance by a Yuuzhan Vong warship. The Yuuzhan Vong were still in the area, and destroyed several starfighters before being driven off. (DTO)

a predatory canine native to the planet Lan Barell. (SWJ1)

Dinhint, Lilas
this man lived in Bestine, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the New Order. He served as a museum curator for many years. (GQRG)

Dining on the Wild Side: Unforgettable Culinary Experiences in the Fringe
this autobiographical account of restaurant reviews was written by Mavin Cless. (GG11)

Diniz Sea
this ocean was found on the planet Delassin VI. (SWJ6)

D'Ink, Dineas
this man was just 10 years old when the Sixty Hour War wiped out the city of Paran. His parents were killed in the assault, and he was taken in by the Empire. Imperial forces brainwashed him with propaganda, and D'Ink grew up believing in the righteousness of the New Order. At the age of sixteen, he was recruited by Tolamyn Cayble and joined the Imperial Security Bureau. A smug and self-centered man, D'Ink volunteered to go undercover and infiltrate the Friends of Paran. He gained the confidence of its members very quickly, saving their lives several times in brief struggles with Imperial forces. However, he later led Imperial forces directly to the Friends of Paran base in Knellis. He was cornered by the Alliance team supporting the Friends, and died in a brief but intense firefight. When he didn't report back to Cayble, Cayble believed that D'Ink was still trying to capture the rebels. This allowed the Friends of Paran and the Alliance team to escape Derilyn and destroy the Star Destroyer Brazen. (OE)

Dinkle obwegadada
this was a Jawa curse. (SWJ11)

a revolting animal which was small enough to fit in the palm of a human hand, dinkoes were native to the planet Proxima Dibal I. They had powerful rear legs, four arms, and glittering fangs. The rear legs had thick, serrated barbs on them, that allowed the dinko to grasp its prey while it attacked it. A dorsal vane served to dissipate excess body heat, and the spine that supported it was used to lodge in the throat of a potential predator. They also had a noxious fluid that could be squirted at a threat from a specialized scent gland, and were considered poisonous. Han Solo gave a dinko named Fang to Ploovo Two-For-One as a "gift" following a run he did for Ploovo. Attached to the Dinko was the Cash Voucher that paid for Ploovo's expenses. (HSE, EGA)

this starship switch is often mated to a droid or droid brain for easier connection to the navigational computer. (POT)

this Horansi word is the past participle of the verb ad'n. (POT)

this Nalroni word describes a group of small, hard-shelled insect. (POT)

this Gamorrean term is an adjective meaning "inclined to drool excessively." (POT)

this Gacerian word means "one who is always getting married and divorced." (POT)

Dinner Squadron
this was one of the more humorous names proposed for what would eventually become Wraith Squadron. It was used just once, during a mission over Commenor meant to distract Admiral Trigit. The mission was a success, making Dinner Squadron one of the few fighter groups with a "perfect" record. (SOC)

Dio, Lexi
this woman represented his homeworld of Uyter in the Old Republic Senate, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. The Senator later served on Chancellor Palpatine's Loyalist Committee. Along with Senator Padme' Amidala, Senator Dio spoke fervently against the institution of sweeping changes in the Senate, after the internal politicking of Senators Onaconda Farr and Ronet Coor was blamed for the loss of the planet Duro during the height of the Clone Wars. Unfortunately, Senator Dio was assassinated during the Clone Wars, and was eventually replaced by Male'-Dee. (HNN4, HNN5, SWDB, SWI76)

Dioche Sauce
an accompaniment often served with bantha meat. (TJP)

Diodem Tower
a corporate landmark found in Tun Wala, on Arda-2. (CSWEA)

a race of featherless, birdlike aliens with leathery skin. (DESB, TME)

Dionisio, Temo
this obese, Imperial politician was known to have sympathies for the Alliance. He was wanted to capture by the local Imperial garrison in Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, during the months leading up to the Battle of Yavin. He was captured by Nok Derrick, though, and the Imperial officers feared that any attempt to recover Dionisio would force Derrick to kill him first. So, Nima Maas hired Greedo to locate Dionisio, hoping that a covert attempt would work. Greedo managed to succeed in rescuing Dionisio, and gave the politician a chance to escape when he was forced to kill Nima Maas to save his own green skin. (T6)

Dioxis Gas
this green gas is deadly to most carbon-based life forms. (SW1)

a stress-reliever (SME)

Diplomat Hotel
located on Coruscant, this immense hotel offered diplomats from other worlds their choice of atmospherically-controlled rooms, in an effort to cater to their individual preferences. (IWE1)

Diplomatic Insititute
an ancient university, located on Coruscant, which taught students in all aspects of political and diplomatic relationships. (TOJC)

Diplomat's Blaster
see ELG-3A (AEG)

Diplomat's Card
this special identification card was offered to regular patrons of the Diplomats Club. In exchange for purchasing the Diplomat's Card up front - at a cost of 500 credits per year - patrons avoided the ten-credit cover charge each time they entered one of the many Diplomats Clubs found throughout the Core Worlds. (GCG)

Diplomats Club
this chain of nightclubs maintained several locations throughout the Core Worlds during the last decades of the Old Republic, providing patrons with "the finest amenties and the most luxurious atmopshere, rivalled only by the best accommodations on Coruscant." (GCG)

Diplomat's Valet
this was one of the many stores which could be found at the Grand Colonnade, on Brentaal, during the height of the New Order. The Diplomat's Valet specialized in carrying the latest fashions from Coruscant. (WOTC)

Diptera Maggot
this small insect, native to the Yuuzhan Vong homeworld, was used to consume dying and decaying flesh during surgery or during a ritual mutilation. (SBS)

an Imperial freighter stationed near Kalla VII during the Galactic Civil War. (XW)

a wealthy and influential Twi'leki clan. The name Dira meant "gentle" in the Twi'leki language. (TFNR, GCG)

Dira Shal
this Iotran was a prominent weapons manufacturer, as well as the Chief Constable of the Gettiarn SpaceStation. (GG12)

Dire Katarn
this subspecies of katarn, which was native to the Shadowlands region of the planet Kashyyyk, was named for the fact that its attack was almost always fatal to its prey. (KOTOR)

Dire Sword
this cortosis-laden sword was one of the many weapons developed by the Krath, during the height of the Great Sith War. The Dire Sword was a weapon of distinction, and indicated the user's skill and prowess in fighting the Jedi Knights. (KOTOR)

this was a species of brown-furred, feline predator native to Corellia. These creatures hunted in small packs, and were distinguished by the heavy spines which studded their shoulders. (JFOS)

Directional Landing Beacon
a device which sends out a signal with a fixed origin point. This signal is then used by shipboard NavCom units to provide distance and directional information for landing or navigation. Most of the galaxy's spaceports use them, and most of the beacons are listed in galactic navigation charts. (SME)

this device was used by slavers to control a group of slaves. These highly-illegal devices attached to a slaver's line and used the line's circuits to delivery impulses to individual slaves or to the entire group. The strength of the impulse was set on the director, which often was also equipped with a deadman switch. This deadman switch prevented slaves from revolting and trying to grab the director, as it sent a deadly shock through the slaving collars if the slaver didn't keep the switch closed. (HSR)

Direllian Plague
this often fatal disease can be counteracted by the administration of Shiarha root. The disease and its cure were first catalogued by Doctor T'jaleq Kith'Araquia. (SWJ1)

this Imperial-II class Star Destroyer was part of Prince-Admiral Krennel's fleet. It was commanded by Captain Rensen, who was ordered by Krennel to raze the village which was home to a person who attempted to assassinate Krennel. Rensen refused the order, and was executed. Command of the ship was then turned over to Commander Darron, on the condition that he raze the village. Later, during the defense of Liinade III, Darron was forced to surrender the Direption in order to avoid losing the ship entirely, when the New Republic's forces pummelled Darron's fleet. (IR)

this was the title given to each of the members of the Corporate Sector Authority's Direx Board. There was one Direx from each of the voting coporations that made up the CSA. (CSA)

Direx Board
this was the name of the fifty-five-member organization with managed the day-to-day business of the Corporate Sector. The Direx Board established and controlled the overall Authority policies and econmic goals. The Board also had approval rights on the various Authority budgets. Each member - known as a Direx - came from a corporation working under the auspices of the Corporate Sector Authority. The Direx Board was in turn run by the ExO. Of the 55 seats, 37 were filled by voting sponsor corporations. The other 18 seats rotated among the non-voting, contributing sponsors. (CSA, HG)

Dirin Maj'o
this being was a member of the New Republic's Relief Corps during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Dirin was stationed at Ithor when the planet was destroyed. (NEGV)

this woman was employed as a dancer on the platform city of Tindark, on Cularin, during the era of the Battle of Naboo. She was a beautiful woman who was a skilled listener. She managed to pick up a wealth of information on the criminal underworld of Cularin, and often sold it for a modest profit. (LFC)

Dir'Nul, Vydel
this woman was a Jedi Knight who was dispatched to locate the serial killer known only as Kardem during the height of the Clone Wars. Dir'Nul had refused the promotion to General in the Army of the Republic when the Clone Wars broke out, stating that she wasn't interested in becoming a "walking weapon at the beck and call of self-serving politicians." Besides, she explained, she was getting closer to catching Kardem. She had taken the assignment after Kardem had killed her first love, a pilot named Ash B'risko. Kardem then killed three Twi'lek females, and all four victims bore the marks of having been killed by a lightsaber and destroyed by Force lightning. Dir'Nul was unable to stop the death of a fourth Twi'lek on Perilious, but it was on the Outer Rim world that the truth of Kardem's identity was exposed. Kardem was actually Vydel Dir'Nul, who had slipped over to the Dark Side of the Force when she discovered that Ash B'risko had taken a Twi'lek female as a lover. In her jealousy, Dir'Nul killed B'risko, then set out to avenge her loss by killing Twi'lek females. Another Jedi was dispatched to bring her in, but she killed him as well, adding a Jedi to Kardem's growing list of victims. As she snapped out of her strange possession, Dir'Nul discovered the body of the Jedi and vowed to continue her search for Kardem. (T17)

this was a slang ter, used by the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic, to describe any low-altitude craft that was incapable of in-system or interstellar travel. (RCHC)

this was a species of incredibly fast-moving creature. (MBS)

this slang term was used by officers of the Corellian Security Force to describe Treasure Ship Row. (TFE)

Disac Pirates
this group of pirates made a living along the Sisar Run, until the Nalroni crimelord Sprax decided to have his forces eliminate them. Sprax requested that Ket Maliss - who was working directly for Prince Xizor - take on the job, and the bounty hunter was extremely successful in eliminating Stano Hapin and his followers. However, the survivors remained dedicated to the original goals of Hapin, and became outwardly known as a brutal group of individuals. In reality, the survivors were quite well-organized, and were secretly working as smugglers for the Besadii Clan. While this seemed to be a cut-and-dried deception, the pirates were actually working for Durga the Hutt, who was another of the Black Sun vigos. (SSR, GORW)

this unusual weapon, developed by the Zeison Sha warriors, was a flat disc which had a razor-shape edge. The discblade was imbued with the Force, so that it rarely missed its target and always returned to the thrower's hand after an attack. (SWI68)

Disciple, The
this man was one of the survivors of the Sith attack on his homeworld of Dantooine, during the years following the Great Sith War. He was known among his people as a healer and medic, and served the Old Republic as a historian and scientist. Unlike many of his fellow natives, the Disciple was attracted to the Jedi Order and its teachings, and actually trained with the Jedi Enclave before the onset of the Jedi Civil War. After the Jedi Enclave was destroyed by Darth Malak, the Disciple left Dantooine to seek out any surviving Jedi. When he returned to Dantooine, he was discovered within the ruins of the Jedi Enclave by The Exile and his party, although he declined the chance to join their group. Upon recognizing The Exile as his former teacher, it was revealed that The Disciple's true name was Mical. (KOTOR2, LAWS)

Disciples of Ragnos
this militant cult of practitioners of the Dark Side of the Force came to the forefront some ten years after the Battle of Endor. The Disciples based their principles on the Sith teachings of Marka Ragnos, the Dark Lord of the Sith who had died some 5,000 years earlier. The first rumors of their existence were heard on Corellia and Tatooine, and their existence was confirmed when they managed to infiltrate a Jedi tomb on Chandrila and unleash a mutated rancor on Taanab. Led by Tavion, the Disciples traveled to specific planets across the galaxy, siphoning Force energy to augment the power of the device known as the Scepter of Ragnos. After stealing information from the computers at the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, the Disciples stole energy from planets like Corellia, Hoth, and Tatooine before focusing their efforts on the planet Vjun, the former stronghold of Darth Vader. The cult was eventually eliminated by Jaden Korr, who managed to defeat Tavion on Korriban and relegate Ragnos back to the spirit world. (JKA)

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