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Revt
an Alliance shuttle group destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Revwien
a plant-like species of alien native to the planet Revyia, the Revwien has a bulbous head and flowing, leaf-like appendages. Its body is a thick stalk shaped like a squash. The leafy appendages are prehensile, and are used in the absence of hands and feet. The bulbous head is really a seed case studded with sensory stalks that provide sight, smell, touch, and hearing. The Revwien are a peaceful race with the ability to remain calm in stressful situations. They are curious about the galaxy around them, but have no need for high technology. They prefer to simply develop those planets that have potential value. Many Revwien follow the teachings of the Tyia, a philosophy brought to Revyia by a missionary who travelled on an independent freighter to the planet. Tyia holds a strong regard to life and peace, the two things the Revwiens hold dearest. It is believed that the followers of the Tyia are somewhat adept at manipulating the Force, but they chose not to involve themselves with the Jedi Knights. (RPG, GG12)

Revwien Comedy Academy
this school for the entertainment arts was founded by a group of Revwien who had emigrated to Coruscant during the decades leading up to the Battle of Naboo. (IWE2)

Revwien Comedy Academy Playhouse
this small theater, located on Vos Gesal Street in Coruscant's Uscru District, was the site where the Revwien Comedy Academy staged its most popular and newest shows, during the last decades of the Old Republic. The Playhouse itself was located next door to the prestigious Vos Gesal Hotel. (IWE2)

Revyia
this planet is the homeworld of the Revwien race. Located on the fringe of the Outer RIm Territories, at the end of a few minor trade routes, it is covered with dense, steamy jungles. It is shrouded in a number of contradictory myths about its origins and its history. (GG12)

Revyia Station
this is the only recognizable city on the planet Revyia, and is the site of the world's only spaceport. (GG12)

Rewello
this Lorrdian was Fiolla's uncle. He was a renowned comic and mimic, and once played for the Regent of Alderaan. (CSA)

Rewulga
this was a common name among members of the Dug race. (UANT)

Rex
see RX-24 (ST)

Rey, Tamizander
this man, a native of the planet Esseles, resigned from the Esselian defense force shortly before Emperor Palpatine dissolved the Imperial Senate. He later joined the Alliance, and served as the Senior Deck oficer at Hoth's Echo Base, prior to the Battle of Hoth. He struggled to earn the respect of the many pilots who worked at the base, especially after he ordered all supply ships grounded until the base's shield generators were active. (CCG3, SWI74)

Reya
this was the core name of a female Chiss who served the Chiss Ascendancy as an Intelligence agent during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. She was part of a team that was dispatched to gather information about the Colony, after the Yuuzhan Vong were finally defeated, and was shot down over Jwlio. She was stranded on the moon, and was starving when she was discovered by the Taat hive. The Taat took her in, and she eventually became a Joiner. After giving herself fully to the Taat, she adopted the name ReyaTaat. (DN1)

ReyaTaat
this female Chiss was stranded on the moon of Jwlio, during the early stages of the conflict between the Chiss and the hives of the Colony, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Once known simply by her core name of Reya, she claimed to have been part of a Chiss Intelligence team that was searching for information on the Colonu when she was shot down over Jwlio. She was eventually found by the Taat, hiding from her perceived enemies and starving herself to death. The Taat took her in and fed her, and she eventually became a Joiner. She adopted the name ReyaTaat after fully giving herself to the Taat hive. (DN1)

Reybn
this Imperial Sergeant was one of a handful who were stationed at the relay outpost on the planet Vaal, during the period leading up to the Battle of Yavin. After having spent many months on the remote world with nothing to do, Reybn and his colleagues had become soft and lazy, and were thoroughly unprepared when Darth Vader crash-landed on the planet. Vader had just survived the destruction of the first Death Star, and needed to re-establish contact with the Empire. As Vader took the only shuttle found at the outpost to return to Coruscant, a pack of mammalian predators entered the compound and killed the officers, including Rebyn. (SWESH)

Reydon
an Imperial trooper who once fired an E-Web blaster by himself. (ISB)

Reyf
this was a common name among the Talz race. (UANT)

Reyna
this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was part of the Empire's fleet in Tapani Sector, at the height of the New Order, and was assigned to patrol the space around Mrlsst. (LOE)

Reyna, Adria
this woman served as the Imperial Governor of Ord Vaxal, during the height of the Galactic Civil War, although she left most of the planet's operations to Sassallo the Hutt. (DM106)

Reyno River
located on the planet Brosi, this river cut through the Blan Forest via the Reyno Valley. The Reyno River split at its base, with a western branch leading to the Bay of Sypon, while the northern branch led to the Nomers Ocean. (AIR)

Reyno Valley
located on the planet Brosi, this river valley cut through the Blan Forest. The Reyno River split at its base, with a western branch leading to the Bay of Sypon, while the northern branch led to the Nomers Ocean. (AIR)

Reynols
this is the capital city of the planet Jante. (SWJ9)

Reynon
a planet. (SWJ11)

Reytha
the landscape of this planet was dedicated exclusively to the production and export of foodstuffs. Reytha was blessed with a variety of microclimates, allowing for the year-round growth of major crops. The Empire considered Reytha one of its primary food-producing worlds, and it was sometimes called the "breadbasket of the Empire." (GB)

Reythan
this name was common among members of the T'surr race. (WOTC, UANT)

Reythan Berry Juice
this fruit juice was produced from fruits that were native to the planet Reytha, and was noted for its sweet aroma and flavor. (YDR)

Reythan Crackers
these fine, baked crackers were produced on the planet Reytha, and were considered something of a delicacy during the last years of the Old Republic. (YDR)

Reyue
an Alliance container group destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Rezi-9
a planet (JQ3)

Rezion
this prominent Sienar Fleet Systems researcher and his daughter defected to the Alliance in a daring escape from Imperial forces on Byblos, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (PSPG)

Reznim
this was a common name among the Ryn. (UANT)

Rezzo
this Rodian worked as a smuggler during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. About five years before the Battle of Geonosis, Rezzo teamed up with the Trandoshan smuggler Drossh, and the pair made their way rimward before ending up in the Cularin System as the Clone Wars broke out. Rezzo was the more cautious of the pair, preferring to remain ignorant of the cargos theey were carrying. When Drossh discovered that one shipment contained several huge weapons, Rezzo was unable to curb his partner's enthusiasm. The Trandoshan started activating one of the guns, and Rezzo tried to stop him. This caused the weapon's power systems to overload, resulting in a huge explosion that only multiplied when it set off the rest of the weapons. Both Rezzo and Drossh were killed in the explosion, and their ship - the Vor'Teth - was badly damaged and later sold as salvage. (LFCW)

RFX/K Medisensor
this BioTech medisensor was small and light, making it popular with scouts and military field medics. It allowed field personnel to quickly diagnose the condition of a wounded soldier, and it was able to uplink with a central medical computer for more details analysis. (ROE)

RG9
an early Borstel laser cannon. (SCRE)

RGA-972
this Imperial stormtrooper was part of the Cold Assault force which was dispatched to Hoth to wipe out the Alliance's Echo Base. (JKG)

RGA-972
this was the callsign of one of the Imperial snowtroopers who participated in the Battle of Hoth. (JKG2)

RGL-80
this was the model number of Golon Arms' electronet grenade launcher, which fired a an electrically-charged netting at its target. The netting ensnared and immobilized the target, allowing for easy capture. (GG10, EGW)

RGL-80A
this upgrade to the Golan Arms electronet grenade launcher had a longer range and could hold five electronet grenades. (EGW)

RH Mining Corporation
formed by Rees Haslip, this was one of the most powerful and influential mining corporations which developed on the planet Garos IV during the last decades of the Old Republic. When he died, Rees turned over control of the corporation to his daughter, Keriin, who later sold the corporation to the Empire. (SWJ5)

RH7 CardShark
this was the name of LeisureMech's top of the line dealer droid, manufactured during the early years of the New Republic. This cylindrical automaton was installed over a card table, and hung down with several appendages to deal sabacc and other games. Two of the arms were known as "cheater prods," which had specialized sensors to detect the presence of skifters or other cheating devices. If such a device was detected, the arm would reach out and stun the cheater with a blast of energy, while the central droid alerted security forces. The other arms functioned as card dealers and pot collectors. (IR)

RH7-D Cardshark
this was a small, more agile version of the casino dealer droids produced by LeisureMech, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (MJH)

RH8
Borstel's latest laser cannon, produced during the early years of the New Order. (SCRE)

Rha
this was one of the many Twi'leki clans which were native to Ryloth. The name meant "sunny" or "bright" in the Twi'leki language. (KT, GCG)

Rha
this was a common name among the Yuzzem race. (UANT)

Rha, Cassius Nolath
this man served as one of the primary Spice Lords of Sevarcos during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Rha was a gifted wind-rider racer, and won the competition three years in a row, between the Battle of Yavin and the Battle of Hoth. He was also considered the most vicious of the major Spice Lords, and both Lady Trevael and Lord Quintas plotted to remove him from power. (SWJ12)

Rha, Cassius Nolath
this spice lord controlled the Equatorial Belt of Sevarcos, the planet's most profitable area of spice production. He was known for his ruthlessness, and allied himself with the Empire only because it supplied him with slave labor to work in the spice mines. He allegiance was to the spice, however, and anyone who could supply workers was welcomed. (SWJ2)

Rha'aid
this Socorran term meant "danger." (BSS)

Rh'ajah Fenn
this Twi'lek was a relative of Kh'aris Fenn. Rh'ajah was incapacitated by Quinlan Vos, some seventeen years after the Battle of Geonosis, so that the Dark Jedi could infiltrate the lair of Kh'aris Fenn and eliminate the treacherous Twi'lek. (RSF)

Rhajani
this was a common name among the Zeltron people. (UANT)

Rhamalai
this planet was subjugated by the Empire sometime after the Battle of Yavin. The planet was first settled some 400 years before the Battle of Yavin by the Cherishites. A hundred years later, the planet was discovered by corporate scouts, and only the intervention of a Jedi Knight - a member of the original colonists - kept the planet free. The Jedi managed to keep Rhamalai under Cherishite control until the rise of the New Order, when he finally passed away. Much of the planet's economy derived from agriculture, and the Empire knew that it could support the military efforts in the area but taking control of its agricultural production. (SWJ13)

Rhamsis Callo
home planet of the schenor race of near-humans. (RPG)

R'han
this H'drachi youth was the first Alliance supporter killed among the H'drachi, according to the Imperial Governor, Grigor. R'han, like many of the human supporters of the Alliance on M'haeli, were enslaved and put to work in Grigor's private dragite mines. (ROC)

Rhanken
this independent trader and shipper owned and operated the Corellian-built Barderia, based on the planet Halmad. (IF)

Rhan'starn
this city was located on the eastern continent of the planet Bothawui. (SPG)

Rhara, Clee
this female Jedi Knight agreed to establish a starfighter training facility on Centax 2, under the control of the Jedi Knights, some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. Distinguished by her orange hair, Clee had trained at the same time as Qui-Gon Jinn and Tahl, and knew both of them well. Many years later, after agreeing to set up the starfighter training facility, she met with opposition from the Old Republic Senate, which feared the Jedi would abuse the privilege of having its own starfighter force. Rumors originating in the Senate claimed that Clee Rhara had sabotaged several starfighters, in order to obtain additional funding for repairs and defenses. It was during this time that Clee Rhara took Garen Muln as her Padawan learner. Despite their efforts, though, the starfighter facility eventually proved too unwieldy to manage. The pair instead exemplified themselves on various missions for the Jedi. Just prior to the Clone Wars, Rhara and Muln accompanied Siri Tachi on a mission to the Xanlanner System. While en route, they discovered Obi-Wan's distress signal from TY44, and helped him reach Vanqor to rescue his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker. (JAD, DOH, JQ7)

Rhe Pabs
this Pho Ph'eahian worked as a technician aboard the BioCruiser in the years following the Battle of Naboo. When the ship was rigged to self-destruct by Kern, Rhe Pabs agreed to stay behind with Uni, in an effort to hold the ship together while its inhabitants evacuated it. (JAD)

Rhees-Verk Breathing
this was the medical term used to describe a form of syncopated breathing rhythm that sometimes caused ventricular fibrillation in the heart of a being. It was especially dangerous for races like the Zabrak, which had multiple hearts that needed to operate synchronously. (SWI83)

Rhelg
this planet was part of the ancient Sith Empire, and was the site of Ludo Kressh's private retreat. (GAS)

Rhen Var
this frigid world was covered with snow-swept mountains, which were dotted with a variety of ruins. (TOJR)

Rhen-Orm
this Old Republic corporation produced a variety of biocomputers and other cybernetic implants. (BHAS)

Rheshalva Interstellar Armaments
this Rodian corporation exported a number of unique, Rodian weapons to the rest of the galaxy. Rheshalva was founded some 6,000 years before the Galactic Civil War by a Rodian warlord. (GFT, NEGW)

Rhet H'rrr
this legendary Jenet warrior was one of a group which helped bring the wild packs of danchaf under control, thereby opening up the planet Garban for further development. This era of history was known to the Jenet as the Great Conquest. (COG)

Rhev
this was a common Psadan name. (UANT)

Rhiannon
this molten world is the second planet in the Kalinda System. (TSK)

Rhigar 3
this near-tropical moon orbited a planet which was controlled by the Chiss, and used as a training facility for the military, under the command of the Syndic Mitth'raw'nuruodo. (DJ)

Rhilithan
this lifeless world was located along the Perlemian Trade Route between Varl and Nal Hutta, and was used as a waypoint for the transport ships that were working for Mika the Hutt, transporting spice to and from Varl during the early years of the New Order. (TF)

Rhinnal
this star was the central body in the Rhinnal System. (CCW)

Rhinnal
this planet, located in the Darpa Sector, emerged from an ice age more than ten thousand years before the Battle of Yavin. Much of the planet remained covered with glaciers and rivers of ice, which once spanned the entire world. Because Rhinnal had virtually no axial tilt, there was no change in seasons to help melt the ice. Rhinnal was first colopnized by travelers who were moving along the Perlemian Trade Route, during the early years of the Old Republic. Throughout much of its history, Rhinnal was controlled by the planetary government of Esseles. In the wake of the ice age, habitation of the planet continued, and it became known as a business education center. During the last years of the Old Republic, the Jedi Knights established and expanded a training and medical center on Rhinnal, near the city of Rhire. The fourth planet in the Rhinnal System, Rhinnal was orbited by a pair of moons. The average day on Rhinnal lasted 27 standard hours, while its year encompassed 357 local days. (SWJ7, JASB, E1A3, CCW)

Rhinnal State Medical Academy
this was one of the foremost schools for medical education in the Empire, and was located on the planet Rhinnal. (SESB)

Rhinnalian
this was the adopted by the human natives of the planet Rhinnal. They were a people who were fiercely loyal to their clans, and they also were fond of elaborate ceremonies. They set aside eighty-four of Rhinnal's 357 days for commemorations of all kinds. (SWJ7, CCW)

Rhinorrhea
this disease was common among the Kitonak race. (MJH)

Rhinsome Tracking Corporation
this high-tech company produced several grades of tracking devices, such as the highly-sophisticated SureSnoop. (CFG)

Rhire
the capital city of the planet Rhinnal, Rhire was also the largest of the settlements established there. Much of the city was connected to other locations by travel tubes and tunnels known as the Circulation Network, meant to shelter travelers from the harsh environment of Rhinnal. The city was located just to the north of the Frieste River, on the southern edge of the habitable equatorial band. (SWJ7, E1A3, CCW)

Rhire Concourse of Humanity and History
located on Rhire, the capital city of Rhinnal, this museum was dedicated to the preservation of artifacts and documentation on the history of the human race. (HNN4)

Rhire Medical Academy
this was one of the Old Republic's most prestigious medical education facilities, located on the planet Rhinnal. (HNN4)

Rhirr
this was a common, given name among the Vratix race. (UANT)

Rhodian
this alien race was noted for its unusual delicacies, which many other races thought had the small of old shoes. This may simply be a misspelling of Rodian. (GMR1)

Rhodi's Silence
this was the name of Nas Ghent's smuggling ship. It was badly damaged during the height of the Galactic Civil War when it was shot down over a desert planet by Darth Vader. (T21)

Rhodium
this metal was used to plate weapons. (SH)

Rhommamool
this planet orbitted its star in an ellipse that brought it very close to Osarian every ten years. An inhospitable world populated by the descendants of criminals exiled to work in the mines, Rhommamool appeared to be a large, red ball from space. Although there were many miners who lived on the planet voluntarily, the vast majority were forced to live their because of their criminal pasts. The planet's harsh conditions were only highlighted by the proximity of Osarian, which was a pleasant, temperate planets. The natives of Osarian managed the mines on Rhommamool, keeping watch on the exiles and reaping the profits of their labors. Like Osarian, Rhommamool was not a technologically-advanced world when it petitioned the New Republic to mediate a centuries-old feud which had been refueled by Nom Anor. In fact, neither planet had developed space travel, and Rhommamool was decidedly ground-based. Nom Anor rallied the Rhommamoolians to declare their independence from Osarian rule, and to denounce the New Republic. He then fled the planet to join the Yuuzhan Vong attack force, hoping the Republic would focus on Rhommamool. As he left, he fired a series of missiles at the city of Osa-Prime, launching a full-scale war between the two planets. (VP)

Rhommamoolian
this is the name used to describe any of the inhabitants of the planet Rhommamool. Many were descendents of hardened criminals who were exiled to the planet and forced to work in the various mines, virtual slaves to the Osarians. They despised the Osarians for their wealth and position, but were unable to muster their own frustration and revolt until Nom Anor gave them a rallying point. They rose up and declared their freedom and independence from Osarian rule several years after the Battle of Endor. (VP)

Rhoon
an Alliance transport group operating during the Galactic Civil War, it was used to evacuate Briggia following the first strike of Operation Strike Fear. (XW)

RHTC-560
manufactured by D-Tec, this tall automaton was roughly humanoid in stature, although it's plating and sensor suites gave it an avian appearance. Standing 1.7 meters tall, the RHTC command unit was employed to command a swarm of HT drones during the training of Rodian bounty hunters. All tactical decisions were made by the RHTC unit, then relayed to the HT drones. The drones had to be within fifty meters of the RHTC to receive commands. RHTC units had computer uplinks that allowed them interface with maps and video cameras, in order to better track their targets. (SPG)

Rhu
this doctor of psychology was part of the team stranded at the Q'Maere Research Facility when Moff Sarne was ousted from Kal'Shebbol. Rhu was a psycho-pharmacologist, charged with keeping the resident patients sufficiently sedated and compliant. (KR)

Rhuum
this grain was grown on the planet Taanab, and shipped to a number of planets across the galaxy. (SWJ5)

Rhuvian Fizz
an alcoholic drink. (ROM)

Rhyde'vak
this body of water, known as the Tempest Ocean, was located on the planet Bothawui. (SPG)

Rhymer
this Imperial Major served as the commander of Scimitar Squadron, protecting the shield generator emplacement which guarded the construction of the second Death Star over Endor. (CCG11)

Rhysode Room
this was one of the many luxuriously-appointed chambers found in the main buildin of the Jedi academy on Ossus, in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. It was named after Ganner Rhysode, who was one of the many Jedi who gave their lives during the war against the alien invaders. (DN1)

Rhysode, Ganner
this headstrong, opinionated man was one of the Jedi Knights who trained under Luke Skywalker at the Yavin 4 praxeum. A native of the planet Teyr, Ganner was also one of the many student who believed Kyp Durron was correct in acting by himself, without the sanctioning of Master Skywalker, in dealing with criminals and other felons. Rhysode chafed at the idea of a structured Jedi Council which controlled the actions of all Jedi, feeling that it went against the rights of being a Jedi. Ganner was teamed up with Corran Horn during the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, and the two were constantly at odds when they laid out their plans. Ganner believed that Corran's actions in bringing down the outlaws on Courkrus only validated Kyp Durron's actions, a fact that Corran quickly denied. Eventually, however, both came to see the other's point of view, and their relationship began to modify itself into one of grudging respect for each other. He built and used a lightsaber which had a sulfurous-yellow blade. When Corran and Ganner tried to rescue the slaves being held by the Yuuzhan Vong on Bimmiel, Ganner recovered as many as he could before fleeing the planet. However, he felt Corran's life-force ebb, and returned to the Yuuzhan Vong camp to find the Corran had been bitten by an amphistaff. He had already killed the Yuuzhan vong warrior, but was dying himself. Ganner rescued him and placed him in a bacta tank to recover, then returned to Yavin 4. Ganner's confidence took a major blow when he accompanied Corran and Jacen Solo to Garqi, after Corran had been reactivated by the Garqi militia. In their first confrontation with Krag Val and the Yuuzhan Vong, Ganner suffered a terrible blow from Krag Val. Val caught Ganner in the head with a full swipe of his gloved hand, tearing away much of Ganner's face. After Corran discovered that the pollen of the bafforr tree was deadly to the Vong's armor, he recovered Ganner and they fled to a New Republic medical vessel. Ganner recovered, but chose not to have cosmetic surgery. The scars would serve to remind him that he wasn't all-powerful, and that the Force could only be a strong ally if he gave himself to it fully. His defeat at the hands of Krag Val taught him humility more effectively than Luke's teachings or Corran's patient acceptance of his bravado. With his newfound understanding, Ganner set out on a personal mission: to locate Jacen Solo. Rumors of Jacen's appearance near Coruscant - after it had been captured by the Yuuzhan Vong - led him to seek out the former Jedi. He did so on his own, without backup, but feared that a cadre of Jedi Knights would jeopardize the mission. He nearly lost his life aboard a Yuuzhan Vong camp ship while hunting down a rumor, only to discover that the person he was to meet was Jacen himself. There was no celebration, however, as Jacen had apparently turned to the way of the Yuuzhan Vong. Ganner was to be sacrificed to the new World Brain which lived on Coruscant, now renamed Yuuzhan'tar. Further self-revelation followed as Ganner realized that his bravado and showmanship had amounted to nothing, but his will to live was rekindled when Jacen explained that he was not with the Yuuzhan Vong. Jacen was supposed to be the one to perform Ganner's sacrifice, but he used the opportunity to gain private access to the dhuryam World Brain. He gave Ganner the lightsaber which had belonged to Anakin Solo, and asked him to protect him as long as he could. Ganner agreed to help, knowing that there was no other outcome than their deaths. Ganner reached deeply into the Force, drawing on resources he didn't know he had, and single-handedly fought off several hundred Yuuzhan Vong warriors. However, their sheer numbers and use of stronger weapons eventually defeated Ganner. Ganner died valiantly, disappearing into the Force as he expired, knowing that he had given Jacen the time he needed to work with the dhuryam. With the effort, Ganner died knowing that he had finally become the hero he always believed himself to be. When Jacen hesitated to leave because of Ganner, Ganner projected the "Go!" into Jacen's mind, ensuring that their mission would end in success. (DTO, DTR, T)

RI
an outdated series of general-purpose droids. (COJ)

Riam
this race of vicious, flying reptiles is native to the planet Mima II. They are large enough that they can swallow their favorite prey, the Bilars, whole. (GG4)

Rian
this was the name of the capital city of the planet Frego. (TOW)

Rian Rann
this Sullustan pilot served Talas Piran as the head navigator and master pilot for the Mytaranor Slaving Council, and was in command of the slave ship Vanquisher. Rian Rann was known as a merciless slaver, and loved the Vanquisher as if it were his own ship. In order to help keep the ship operable, Rian Rann employed a trio of Verpine technicians to supplement his crew. (AIR)

Rian Vitt
this Sullustan male worked as a dockworker at the Bilbringi shipyards during the years following the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. When the rogue Jedi Dal Konur arrived at Bilbringi to steal a ship that could take him to Bastion, Rian Vitt was assigned to move his cargo from its arrival bay. Konur then clouded Vitt's mind so that the Sullustan couldn't remember where the cargo came from, or where it was moved to. This gave Konur a bit of a headstart on the Jedi who trying to track him down. (WOA29)

Riane
this Alliance starship Captain was in command of the squad which ambushed Lant Mining Corporation's LMC-55c convoy, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. (FBS)

Rianon System
this Tapani Sector star system was part of the holdings of House Melantha during the New Order. (LOE)

Riao Siao
this young, female Felacatian was in love with Reymet Autem, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Riao's parents died shortly after the family's arrival on Coruscant, and Riao had to struggle to make her own way. She was often ill, as much a result of being away from her homeworld as living in the lower levels of Coruscant. Reymet spent much of his free time participating in the garbage pit races in the Wicko District, hoping to make enough credits to book passage for her back to Felacat. Their prayers for passage offplanet were answered when Reymet's uncle, Venco Autem, arranged for passage in return for Sagoro Autem's authorization codes. Despite the fact that Reymet's actions nearly led to the death of Senator Simon Greyshade, Sagoro allowed Reymet and Riao to leave Coruscant and return to Felacat. (RHD)

Rib Hutt
this was the name of a fast-food restaurant that was popular during the decades leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The restaurant was famous for its Rancor Ribs. (T9)

Ribba
this Hutt managed a legitimate textile business on the planet Celanon, in an effort to hide his less legal operations. (ND)

Riboga
this former Hutt crimelord was exiled from his homeworld some eighty years before the Battle of Naboo. He found his way to the Cularin System, where he found that illicit trade was flourishing but unregulated. Establishing himself at a base on Tolea Biqua, near the planet Genarius, Riboga formed the so-called Smuggler Confederation and set about organizing the crime in the system. However, the cost of maintaining the organization began to weigh on Riboga, and an increase in piracy began to eat into his profits. Riboga was more than willing to turn over control of the system to Nirama, his chief lieutenant, when he lost it to the unusual alien during a sabacc match. Riboga returned to Nal Hutta without any regrets, unaware that Nirama had manipulated events and accounts in order to force Riboga to leave. Years later, it was believed that Riboga began to manipulate events in the Cularin System to unseat Nirama and re-establish himself as the dominant crimelord in the system. Working with unseen spies and thieves, Riboga apparently was developing a series of discrediting documents and events to erode Nirama's standing. (LFCW)

Riboga's Barge
this floating gambling hall was established from one of the repulsorlift transports left behind by Riboga the Hutt when he abdicated his control of the criminal underground of the Cularin System to Nirama. Riboga's Barge was attached to the city of Tolea Biqua, and was purchased by a pair of Trandoshans who hated the Hutts and thought it would be appropraite for them to purchase it. They converted the huge, open spaces in the barge into a variety of gaming rooms, and the bathing pool was modified to serve as an immense hottub. The breeding chamber, which was found to have been never used, was turned into a "museum of useless inventions," a name which applied to its contents and took a jab at Riboga's lack of offspring. (LFC)

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