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Low-Altitude Assault Transport (LAAT)
this was the generic form of gunship produced for the Army of the Republic by Rothana Heavy Engineering. There were several forms of the 17.4-meter-long vehicle, designated by their mission profile. The LAAT/i was used to deliver clone trooper infantry into battlezones. The LAAT/c was modified to transport AT-TE walkers into battle. The LAAT/v was a vehicle transport, with its hold being used to move speederbikes or other land vehicles to new locations. These ships could attain speeds near 920 kilometers per hour in atmosphere. Each gunship was armed with a wealth of weaponry, including four ball turret laser cannons, two mass-drive missile launchers, four ship-to-ground rockets on each wing, and a pair of chin-mounted laser cannons. (NEGV)

this redheaded man was training to fly starfighters for the New Republic at the same time as Lara Notsil. Lowan had a very high opinion of himself, and was thoroughly obnoxious when he learned that Lara had been assigned to Atton Repness' training group. (IF)

a Wookiee, and Chewbacca's nephew. Lowie, as his friends call him, is somewhat gifted with the Force, and is allowed to enroll in Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy on Yavin 4. He is a ginger-colored Wookiee, with a unique streak of black fur that runs around his chest and down his back. His anger was discovered by Tamith Kai when she had to kidnap him to get to the Solo twins. She continually goaded Lowie at the Shadow Academy, trying to lead him down the path to the Dark Side. Lowie was eventually captured, but was rescued before he could be turned to the Dark Side. Lowie returned to Yavin 4, and created his own lightsaber of molten bronze light. Later, he returned to Kashyyyk to attend his sister, Sirrakuk, in her rite of passage to adulthood. There, following an attack by the Shadow Academy, Lowie rescued Sirra as she battled the Nightsister Vonnda Ra in the depths of Kashyyk's jungle. He managed to save Sirra before a syren plant consumed her. When the Diversity Alliance grew to power, Lowbacca was taken captive, along with his sister and Lusa. They were eventually rescued by the Solo children, and testified against the Diversity Alliance on Coruscant. Following the death of Chewbacca at Sernipdal, Lowbacca and his cousin, Lumpawaroo, were chosen to continue serving out the life-debt to Han Solo and his family. Han, still grieving the loss of Chewbacca, asked them to wait until he had reconciled Chewie's death before taking over for him. Lowbacca was patient enough to wait for Han's decision, and spent much of his time watching over the Solo children. Lowbacca was one of the Jedi chosen for the assault on the Baanu Rass at Myrkr, and was one of the few Jedi to survive the destruction of the voxyn queen. After the theft of the Ksstarr, Lowbacca set his mind to fathoming Yuuzhan Vong technology. With Jaina's help, they managed to decipher that every Yuuzhan Vong ship emitted a unique gravitic signature, which allowed the alien invaders to track each of their ships throughout the galaxy. As Jaina becamoe more and more driven to find a solution, Lowbacca feared that she might turn to the Dark Side of the Force in order to defeat the Yuuzhan Vong. However, he recognized that their work - coupled with that of Sinsor Khal on Gallinore - might help the New Republic defeat the Yuuzhan Vong. Lowbacca later served as one of Jaina Solo's Lieutenants in the Twin Suns Squadron, and was instrumental in the development of the Force-meld. During the Battle of Ebaq, Lowbacca was attacked on Ebaq 9 by the Yuuzhan Vong Warmaster, Tsavong Lah, after the Jedi confronted him in the mines. Lowbacca was speared through the shoulder by Tsavong Lah's staff of rank, removing him from battle as he tried to repair his vacuum suit. When Jaina Solo defeated the Warmaster, Lowbacca was brought back to the surface and eventually recovered. During the final stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong, after the living planet Zonama Sekot agreed to help bring about an end to the conflict, Lowbacca was one of several Jedi Knights were bonded to seed-partners and provided with Sekotan starships. As the many Jedi scattered into the galaxy to help with its rebuilding, Lowbacca joined his cousin Waroo in taking up Chewbacca's life debt to Han Solo. Five years later, when UnuThul sent out his call for help, Lowbacca was among seven young Jedi who dropped whatever mission they were currently on and traveled to the Unknown Regions to answer the call. During the defense of the moons Ruu and Zvbo, Lowbacca was forced to eject from his damaged starfighter, and was picked up by a Chiss warship before he could be rescued by his fellow Jedi. He was held prisoner until the conflict over Kr was resolved, with the Gorog nest being destroyed and the Qoribu hives being relocated to another world deeper in the Unknown Regions. Lowbacca was then allowed to return to the Galactic Alliance, but only after Jagged Fel argued for his release. (HTF, SA, DK, TEP, HT, SBS, DJ, Y, DW, UF, DN1)

this Yuuzhan Vong warship was captured by the Jedi Knights near Talfaglio, as part of the defense of their base on Eclipse, some two years after the initial invasion of the galaxy. (SBS)

this race of near-humans was native to the planet Low'n. They were easily distinguished from baseline human stock by the fleshy tendrils which hung from their shoulders and skull. The base of their skull is dominated by thick lumps, similar to - but smaller than - the lekku of the Twi'lek. (SWJ10)

Lower City
this was term used to describe the lower levels of the cityscape of the planet Taris, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. As the planet fell into disrepair, the wealthier and more powerful human natives escaped to the Upper City and left the Lower City to those they called the Outcasts. Crime and other illicit activities quickly gained footholds in the Lower City, and swoop gangs rose to power in an effort to control sections of the Lower City. (KOTOR)

Lower City Cantina
this cantina, located on the planet Taris during the Great Sith War, was known as a hotspot for playing pazaak. (KOTOR)

Lower Coromon
this was a collection of small islands located in the Coromon Islands chain, on the planet Fresia. (CCW)

Lower Coromon Chain
see Lower Coromons (CCW)

Lower Cuipernam
this was the seedier section of the city of Cuipernam, located on the planet Ansion. (APS)

Lower Deck
this cantina, located in the Port City levels of Bespin's Cloud City, was owned and operated by Brann Lo-Farr during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (RESB)

Lower Ring Expressway
this was one of the many thoroughfares that circled Bespin's Cloud City, allowing for transportation to a number of destinations in the city's lower section. Because it was located near the bottom of Cloud City, the Lower Ring Expressway was often the site of drag races and other illegal activities. (WOA34)

Lower Shadowlands
this was one section of the Shadowlands region of the planet Kashyyyk. A section of the Star Map was found in this area by a group of Jedi Knights, during the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

this mountainous planet was the homeworld of the Pa'lowick race. An equatorial region provided coastal marshed in which the Pa'lowick hunted. (AE)

Lowickan Asteroid Belt
this region of space debris was the only known source of Lowickan firegems. It was located in the Pa'Lowick System, near Kessel. (AE, TBSB)

Lowickan Firegems
the mining, sale, and distribution of these precious minerals was monopolized by the Empire, following the blockade of the Pa'Lowick System. They were known to be found in only one place: the Lowick Asteroid Belt, near the planet Kessel. How or why these unusual gems form is unknown, but they are usually deep red in color and seem to glow from within. The molecular structure of the firegem vibrates constantly, creating a heat source that makes the gems feel warm to the touch. Criminal and terrorist organizations discovered that the vibration of the firegem has an adverse reaction when placed near a hyperdrive reactor, causing the reactor to explode when the ship enters hyperspace. For this reason, they were outlawed during the Old Republic as well as the New Order. (TB, AE, TBSB)

this was the native language of the Pa'lowick race. For many millennia, there was no written form of the language. However, after the introduction of technology to Lowick, the Pa'lowick adapted the Basic alphabet to fit their needs. This new, hybrid alphabet resembled gibberish to most other beings. (UANT)

Lowland Clans
this was one of the primary clans of S'kytri which were native to the planet Skye. The Lowland Clans worked with the Highland Clans to rule Skye, with each clan providing a leader to the Supreme Council every forty-two years. Like the other clans, the Lowland Clans were formed from forty-two unique family groups. (GMR1)

this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this Mid Rim planet was the homeworld of the near-human Lowen race. (SWJ10)

this was a nickname used by Han Solo to describe Blue Max. (HSE)

this was the seedier section of Corint City, on Pirik, and is the location for most of the city's cantinas and bars. (SWJ10)

this pirate and his band were known for their "humane" treatment of the beings onboard the ships they ambushed. Lowwel was known to have bragged in Gundark's Gear Datalog that he used a CS-12 Stun Master to incapacitate the crew, so that he could steer the ship to his waiting friends. This allowed them to steal the loot without killing anyone. Lowwel claimed that he and his associates were the thieves who stole the prototype of the SoroSuub NLZ5-11 Dragon suit of power armor. (GUN)

this man worked for Yasil Seneria, and witnessed the rescue of Yasil's daughter by a member of the lepusa species. (COG)

this desert world was the second planet of the Polith System, located in the Inner Rim. It was orbited by five moons. (PH)

Loyal Protector
this was the rank held by Warlan Tosk, during the time he served as Senator Lavira Wren's personal bodyguard. (LFCW)

Loyalist Committee
this committee was formed by Chancellor Palpatine, in anticipation of negotiations with the Confederacy of Independent Systems, shortly before the Clone Wars. Made up of ten Senators, including Bail Organa of Alderaan, Ask Aak of Malastare, Ister Paddie of Sermeris, Orn Free Taa of Ryloth, and Pamde' Amidala of Naboo, the Loyalist Committee was established to ensure that a Republic-wide viewpoint was taken when dealing with the separatists. Many beings accused Palpatine of forming the Committee to sway the vote on the Military Creation Act, although even Senator Amidala refused to support that claim. (HNN4)

this was the term applied to those beings who supported the continued existence of the Old Republic, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. The Loyalists, who supported Chancellor Palpatine, opposed the Separatists and those planets which chose to secede from the Republic. (HNN4)

this faction of the Fishface race believed in relaxing the ideals of their forebearers in order to conform more closely to the ideals of the Old Republic. Shortly before the Battle of Endor, the patriarch of Ootoola and his wife - both Loyalists - were killed by Revolutionary Purist Council thugs. Only their daughter Foolookoola survived, and was smuggled off the planet to Dur Sabon. (T3)

this was the name used to describe the small band of rebels that opposed the Imperial occupation of their homeworld of Jabiim. (SWESF)

this man was a noted communications expert during the early years of the New Republic. Working out of Byblos, he sold his services to a variety of clients. (GUN)

this Imperial military regulation forbade potential officers from wagering on the results of their simulator training exercises. (FC)

Microaxial NavCom Unit. (SCRE)

advanced Microaxial NavCom Unit used on the B-Wing. (XW)

L'pwacc Den Port
this was one of the largest Selonian cities found on the planet Selonia. During the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, riots spread throughout the city after the New Republic approved a plan to used the Centerpoint Station repulsor as a weapon against the Yuuzhan Vong. (JE)

this Imperial document was required for any being who transported gladiator droids for distribution or sale. (SWJ3)

this was the primary continent found on the planet Guiteica. (AIR)

native to the planet Usean II, this large herbivore was known for the huge teeth it possessed. Many xenobiologists hypothesized that the incisors which scissored in front of its mouth were merely a bluff, evolved over time to scare away potential predators. The incisors swiveled on temporomandibular joints, but could not open wide enough to be a real threat. Wilek Nereus collected a set of these unusual teeth, claiming that they came from the "Useani camnzin." (TBSB)

Seinar Fleet System's Laser Cannon, used on the TIE Fighter and the TIE Bomber. The only drawback to the L-s1 was that it tended to overheat, and was eventually replaced by the L-s7.2. (SCRE, JKG)

this gold-plated automaton was one of the many protocol droids used by the Metatheran Cartel, during the Cartel's attempt to take control of the economy of the planet Cularin, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. LS-121 was later captured by the underground resistance that tried to thwart the Cartel's efforts. (EOS)

this was a model of heavy repeater gun that was developed to fire highly-accelerated charged particle beams. An immense weapon that required two hands to operate, the LS-150 was a favorite weapon among the Trandoshan mercenaries who were active during the Clone Wars. (LAWS)

designed by Seinar Fleet Systems, this laser cannon was created for interoperability with any model of TIE fighter. It was also designed to eliminate the overheating problems encountered with the L-s1 cannon. Its standard configuration allowed it to be easily deployed throughout the Imperial fleet. (CCG11, JKG)

Seinar Fleet System's Laser Cannon, used on the TIE Interceptor and the TIE Advanced. (XW)

this light-duty repulsorskift was produced by Aratech during the New Order. (SWJ11)

see Lone Scout-A (GG8)

see Lone Scout-A 2 (GG8)

this was one of the Alliance's Carrack-class cruisers, operative during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this was a model of laser welder produced by Borallis Metalworking & Materials. (PSG)

LT-9000 Interceptor
this starship was built by Rendili StarDrive. (TSK)

L'tiri Peaks
this is the northern-most mountain chain found on the planet Dolomar. (TTSB)

starfighter pilot slang for a pilot who is "likely to survive." (XW)

this was word used to describe the Sebiri holy grounds. The word L'ttuuk'chk translated literally into Basic as "forbidden land." (DARK)

Lu Esi
this smuggler was an associate of Toob Ancher, until he was killed over Vedis IV. His freighter was pursued by sector authorities and crashed on the planet. (SWJ5)

this was a common name among the members of the Yuzzum race. (GORW)

Lubellian Fungus
this noxious fungus will grow just about anywhere, with the possible exception of Nar Shaddaa. (THG)

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

Lubrication Bath
see Oil Bath (SWN)

Lubrics, Aishara, Dyll
a song favored by Kardue'sai'Malloc. (TBH)

this was a common female name given to Sullustan females. It meant "persuasive" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

Lucan, Trask
this starship captain found himself stranded on Glova during the early years of the New Republic, when his ship, Lucan's Nightmare, was impounded by the Drepplin starport authorities. Trask was a native of Hyder, and learned to fly a starship from his father. After his father was executed by Imperial forces for being a suspected smuggler, Trask turned his loyalties to the Alliance and, later, the New Republic. Trask later learned that he had been set up by Tegist Byrg, who wanted to capture his ship. (POC)

Lucan's Nightmare
this modified Arden Industries Model 47 freighter was owned and operated by Trask Lucan. It was armed with a pair of laser cannons. (POC)

this is the homeworld of the Fallanassi. It was invaded by the Empire, which hoped to turn the Fallanassi to its own uses. The Fallanassi resisted long enough to escape off-planet, but left behind hidden messages for its children, who had been in schools on other worlds. The Empire left a small garrison there, hoping to capture a returning Fallanassi and make them read the messages. The garrison remained there after the Battle of Endor, oblivious to the change in government. It agents nearly captured Akanah, but they were cut down by Luke Skywalker. (BTS)

Lucern, Cradjius
once the owner of Marqo's cantina, in D'larah on Demophon, Lucern took control of Marqo's when the former owners fled the planet prior to the explosion of its sun. Lucern turned the restaurant into a frontier cantina, complete with gambling. These games of chance attracted new business, as people tried to get rich quick before leaving the planet. Lucern provides a small percentage of his take to the G'uotr Network. (SN)

Lucian, Tyler
this man was known to have deserted the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Yavin, fearing that he would die when the first Death Star destroyed Yavin 4. After learning of the Alliance's victory at Yavin, he fled to Centares in shame, only to be tracked down by Valance the Hunter as well as Darth Vader. Vader had come to wring information about the pilot who had destroyed the first Death Star, and Valance had come to ensure Vader didn't get it. After Valance was defeated by Vader in combat, Lucian decide that he could not let Vader have the information. Rather than be captured, Lucian flung himself into Rubyflame Lake. (MC29)

Lucid Voice
this Providence-class destroyer was one of two sister-ships to the Invisible Hand, and was often deployed throughout the Mid Rim in order to confuse the intelligence agents of the Old Republic about the exact whereabouts of General Grievous, during the height of the Clone Wars. (X3, SWDB)

Lucin Syndicate
this division of the Tenloss Syndicate was based on the planet Majilop, and specialized in the production and distribution of pornographic holovids. (GG11)

this was the Basic translation of the Anzati word that described the foodsource they derived sustenance from. Luck was ingested by the Anzati whenever they consumed the "soup" of a victim, which was the gelid substance extracted from the brain. Note that other sources don't use the term "luck", instead simply referring to the foodsource as "soup." (GMR1)

according to the Ewoks of the Forest Moon of Endor, lucksprites were responsible for meting out luck to the various beings who lived on the moon. There were both good lucksprites and bad lucksprites, dispensing good and bad luck as they saw fit. (ECAR)

Lucky Bag
this was a term used by many naval commanders of the Old Republic to describe a storeroom used to keep useful odds and ends. (JT)

Lucky Bantha
this freighter stopped on Trilos, then went to Atraken in search of salvage. The owners were credit-pinching cheapskates who purchased the least expensive spacesuits they could. Consequently, the suits leaked in the radiation from the planet's surface. The salvage they collected was also hot with gamma rays, and all the crew was killed shortly after leaving Atraken. The Lucky Bantha still orbits the planet. (PG2)

Lucky Day
a Galactic Electronics YT-1300 transport used to evacuate supplies and data from the company's Pondut research platform during the Imperial attack there. (TIE)

Lucky Despot
a cargo hauling ship that flew one too many times without getting regular maintenance. It crashed on Tatooine, in Mos Eisley, and was abandonded. It was later converted into a hotel and casino by a group of Arconan investors who thought Tatooine would develop a huge tourist business. When the Arconans went bankrupt, the Lady Valarian took over the casino and hotel. She tried to escape Jabba the Hutt's prying eyes and run her own business, but Jabba managed to secure a percentage of the Lucky Despot's profits. After Jabba's death, Valarian worked to free herself from Jabba's entanglements and run the Despot as she always wanted to. (GG7, TME, TJP)

Lucky Find, The
Sreethyn's salvage ship. (ISB)

Lucky Givnen's Droid Showroom
this small droid sales business was located on a remote world during the height of the New Order. (GCG)

Lucky Hand Casino
located in Vandalar City on the planet known as Reaper's World, this casino was owned by the Herglic entrepreneuer Narloch. (ND)

Lucky Lower 13
an unconverted ballroom which was found onboard the Independence. (XW)

Lucky Star
a bar and restaurant located in the dilapidated remains of a casino on Nar Shaddaa. (THG)

Lucky Star
built from the hull of a decommissioned freighter, this casino hotel was the sister to Mos Eisley's Lucky Despot. Located in the city of Mos Ethna, the Lucky Star was owned and operated by Shiri'ani, who was one of Lady Valarian's most trusted subordinates. Because of Valarian's negotiations with the New Republic, Shiri'ani was not required to pay any form of taxes to the New Republic based on the operations or income from the Lucky Star, a fact that made the bottom line of the business quite spectacular. In order to draw a larger tourist trade, Shiri'ani promoted the Lucky Star as the only place that off-worlders could experience the "real Tatooine." To this end, she hired a select group of local criminals to serve as regulars. In addition to its legitimate operations, the Lucky Star also served as a base of operations for Shiri'ani's smuggling and gambling organizations. (SOT)

Lucky Star II
Daeshara'cor boarded this tramp freighter, instead of boarding the Durastar, when she went renegade during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. The ship was bound for Ord Mantell, but the ship rarely flew a standard route on its flights. (DTR)

this gelatinous chemical catalyst was common in Rodian food pastes. It was known to cause extreme swelling if ingested with lithium magna or other such additives. (TF)

Lucone, Gydio
this loan shark agreed to finance Elga Arbo's courier operation, for a substantial fee. When she couldn't make the payments, Lucone demanded that she turn over her ship, the Redshift Runner, or be jailed for defaulting on the loan. Arbo told Lucone that there was no deal, and a struggle ensued. In the aftermath, Arbo was severely wounded, and her co-pilot, Maceb Joodsen, had made off with the Redshift Runner. Over the years, Lucone funded several bounty hunters and mercenaries to recover Joodsen and the Redshift Runner, but none was ever successful. (SS)

this supply transport ship was part of the small fleet that supported the Errant Venture, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Booster Terrik maintained the fleet to transport all manner of supplies to the Star Destroyer, in order to hide the ship's exact location from other beings. The Lucre was the ship used by Corran Horn, Anakin Solo, and Tahiri Veila to set out to obtain supplies on Eriadu, shortly after the Battle of Duro. (EVR)

Lucre Cosminational Bank
this intergalactic financial institution was based on the planet Mazuma. (CSWDW)

Lucrehulk-class Core Ship
developed by Hoersh-Kessel Drive Incorporated, this spherical core ship served as the central command center for the Trade Federation's hoop-shaped LH-3210 freighters and battleships. The 696-meter-diameter ship was designed to detach from the main freighter, allowing personnel and troops to travel to a planet's surface while the main freighter section remained in space. Each Lucrehulk-class core descended into a specially-designed silo for loading and maintenance. 280 light laser cannons were scattered across the surface of the core for defense, allowing the ship to travel to and from a planet's surface in relative security. The core ship required a crew of 60 officers and 3,000 droids, with another 200,000 maintenance droids ensuring that all systems were operative. Staterooms located within the center of the core ship provided living space for up to 6,000 trade representatives, allowing the Trade Federation to transport guests in relative ease. Hangars and docking space were found in the outer layers, allowing the Federation to move MTTs, AATs, and entire droid armies to a planet's surface. The mission profile of the Lucrehulk-class core ship required minimal drive systems, so each was equipped with heavy-duty ion drives and repulsorlift engines. Note that The New Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels indicates that the name Lucrehulk-class refers to the entire LH-3210 freighter. (X2, NEGV)

this planet is located in Skine Sector. (GG11)

Lucrosh P'ohmahc
this Herglic was noted in the history of the planet Giju. (UANT)

Lucross Collections
based on Wodenstam, this division of Tenloss Syndicates was known for its loan-sharking and money laundering, as well as its over-zealous collections agents. (GG11)

Lud Chud
this Rakaan crimelord worked from an underground base on Korad. His small empire gathered strength and wealth when the Empire took control of Elrood Sector. After Derilyn was interdicted, Torina became the last free world along the Elrood-Derilyn Trade Route. Lud Chud's operations on Torina began making money as smugglers and other spacers stopped off there to refuel and take on supplies. Lud Chud was known to eat any being which did not please him. (OE, PG3)

this Gand Findsman was wanted by the Alliance for the capture of Patel Odfath. Odfath was in possession of several top-secret datafiles at the time of his capture, and it was believed that Lu'daal-ud planned to sell them to the highest bidder. Lu'daal-ud was a second cousin of Zuckuss, and worked for Ne'lear before becoming one of the original members of the Granse Confederacy. (AIR)

Ludlo Lebauer
this hulking Jenet was the owner and Administrator of the Pearl Island Casino on Pavo Prime, during the early years of the New Republic. He was known for his love of rare and unusual art, and collected several Alderaanian boasas as payment of a gambling debt from Threkim Horm. When he learned that Horm had used other boasas to pay off other debts, Lebauer spent a small fortune obtaining the complete set of ten boasas, and built a wondrous display area in the Pearl Island Casino to keep them. Shortly after the Battle of Endor, Ludlo began negotiating with the New Republic on an exclusive salvage contract, pitting himself against the forces of the Invisible Shell. The Republic began to take Ludlo's offer seriously, when the New Republic Intelligence agency believed he was the party responsible for selling rare artworks to the Empire, unaware that it was the Squibs Sligh, Emala, and Grees working through the Invisible Shell to sell the art. When the Republic refused to give exclusive rights to any one organization, Lebauer tried to obtain the salvage contract by offering the ten boasas to Leia Organa Solo in return. Leia would not agree to such a deal, much to Ludlo's consternation. She did, however, learn of Ludlo's plans to take control of the Invisible Shell from his uncle, Lorimar Lebauer, and offered him Lorimar's release from prison in exchange for the boasas and the Second Mistake. Despite his hatred of Lorimar, Ludlo realized that he couldn't turn the deal down without exposing his own plans for the Invisible Shell. He agreed, but then tried to have Leia, Han, and the Squibs killed before they could leave Pavo Prime. His plan backfired, and Ludlo was forced to accede to Leia's plans when she threatened to expose his treachery to Lorimar. He turned over the ten boasas and the Second Mistake, then revealed that the information on the MS-19 was bogus. (SWI67)

Ludo Kressh
this ancient Sith magician was Naga Sadow's contemporary rival for the position of Dark Lord of the Sith. It was Kressh who was chosen to lead Marka Ragnos' funeral procession. Kressh's faction believed in maintaining the status quo within the Sith Empire, rather than attempting to expand it, as Naga Sadow thought. Their opposing viewpoints led to a skirmish at Ragnos' funeral. The ghost of Markos Ragnos foretold of the impending downfall of the Sith Empire, should the two continue to struggle. Neither heeded the former Dark Lord's words, and a civil war erupted within the Sith Empire. Ludo Kressh believed that Jori and Gav Daragon were advanced scouts for an Old Republic war force coming to eradicate the Sith, a position which gathers some support among the Sith lords. As Sadow took control of the Empire, Kressh rallied his supporters in an attempt to overthrow Sadow. They fled to Ziost to plan their attack. A timely discovery of the treachery with which Sadow took control of the Empire led to further support, until Kressh was ready to launch an attack on Sadow's base on Khar Delba. However, Naga Sadow's real base of power was on Khar Shian, and Ludo Kressh's forces were drawn into a battle against an undefeatable foe. Kressh was believed to have been killed over Khar Delba, where Naga Sadow's fleet destroyed Kressh's forces. However, he managed to survive, and returned to the Sith Empire to take over as Dark Lord. Sadow would have none of this, and began his own assault on Coruscant. The inner strife between the rivals grew until it erupted into the Great Hyperspace War. Kressh and Sadow drew their starfleets into the Sith Empire and fought valiantly against each other. In the end, though, Sadow was able to use the Dark Side of the Force to coerece one of his own starship captains to ram Kressh's flagship, destroying the ship and killing Kressh in the explosion. (GAS, FOSE)

native to the planet Ganlihk, this creature has been trapped and sold as pets for many years. They possess a trilling form of communication which has been said to be soothing to humans and humanoids, and they are naturally bioluminescent. These two traits made it a desireable companion. In the wild, a ludos will feed on fish and fruit in the morning before climbing into the treetops to bask in the sun. These small creatures average about 50 centimeters in diameter, and resemble knobby balls with several thick tentacles studded with suckers. They were known as "backpack companions" to travelers and hikers on Ganlihk, since they enjoyed the companionship of other beings, and their bioluminescense provided the travelers with a way to stay in sight of one another. (COG)

Ludurian nose flutes
an unusual musical instrument. (CPL)

an Imperial Nebulon B-2 frigate operative during the Galactic Civil War. It was then-Vice Admiral Thrawn's command ship, from which he supervised the construction of outpost NL-1. (TIE)

Luf Virus
this was a particularly offensive, communicable disease that affected most humanoid races. It originated on the planet M'haeli, and flourished in cities and ghettos. (EGD, EGP)

Lufa Danak
this was the name of an infamous Neimoidian. (UANT)

an Imperial Lambda-class shuttle used to transport staff to the NL-1 station built near Pakuuni. (TIE)

Luftberry Circle
although many considered this a pre-spaceflight fightercraft maneuver that was often performed by young pilots on their first solo flights, the Luftberry Circle was still a maneuver used by starfighter pilots in desparate situations. The maneuver involved flipping one's ship on end and then upside-down, in order to outwit a pursuing ship and target it for destruction. (LCF)

this Gamorrean male served as Vrokk's second-in-command, a position he attained after marrying one of Kufbrug's daughters. Even after his wife passed away during a harsh Coldtime season, Lugh retained his position as second warlord of Bolgoink. (SWJ14)

a game of chance played in most casinos. (DFR)

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