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this was one of the most common names given to male Corellians. (GMR9)

Huff Zinga
this Gungan was the Director of the Otoh Gunga Zoological Research Facility, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. (E1A9)

this burly man served as Thella's first officer, during their mission to Kelada. (SWJ6)

Hufgeb Hsicl Merht
this phrase was an expletive used by the Dug people. (SWI62)

this man was an independent spacer. (SWJ14)

Captain Hug'rer was in command of the New Republic Scout Service's Ops Post on Xoemefel, during the early years of the New Republic. (GG8)

this was the larger, adult form which was achieved by the Lahsbee species at it matured. The Huhk, like the Lahsbee, was native to the planet Lahsbane. These polymorphous beings could somehow attain a greater mass in this form. The post-adolescent incarnation of the Lahsbee, the Huhk was a two-meter-tall, fur-covered humanoid with a mean temper. To ensure that Lahsbane was a safe place for all to live, the Huhks lived in the cities of the planet, while the Lahsbees remained in the forests and plains. (SWJ12, EGA, MC73)

this was the native language of the Huhks. (ANT)

meaning "thoughtful", this was one of the most common names among Rodian females. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

this planetoid, known as a Sungrazer to the natives of the planet Beheboth, was the innermost body in the Beheboth System. It was named for the fact that its orbit practically skimmed the surface of the star, Beheboth. (PH)

Huj Mat
this woven rug appeared to be a jumble of shapes and colors, but a subtle pattern was woven into each mat. (EVC)

this alien race was the native to a planetary system near Kalee. Throughout much of their history, the insectile Huk were at odds with their neighbors, the Kaleesh. At its roots, the conflict was started when the savage Huks wanted to conquer the Kaleesh. A full-scale war broke out many years before the Clone Wars, with the Kaleesh exterminating entire hives of Huks before the conflict reached its head. Rather than surrendering, though, the Huks appealed to the Old Republic to resolve the conflict. When a group of fifty Jedi Knights arrived to mediate the war, the Huks immediately made it appear as if the Kaleesh had attacked the Huk worlds to acquire their natural resources. The Jedi ruled in favor of the Huks, forcing the Kaleesh to retreat to their homeworlds. (LEV)

Huk War
this was the used by the Kaleesh to describe their conflict with the neighboring Huks, several years before the onset of the Clone Wars. The Huk Wars were the final escalation of hostilities between the Kaleesh and the Huks, who had been enemies for many generations. Utlimately, the Kaleesh were the stronger of the two species, and might have conquered the Huks if the Huks hadn't appealed to the Old Republic for assistance. The Huks played like the victims in the conflict, portraying the Kaleesh and marauders who wanted to take control of the resource-rich Huk worlds. In the end, the Jedi Knights who were dispatched to mediate the situation ruled in favor of the Huks. The Kaleesh were punished by the Old Republic and their society foundered, while the Huks were free to rebuild their civilization and reap the benefits of their new connection to the Republic. (LEV)

this Mandalorian verb meant to protect, shield, or cover. (OWS)

Hukta Jax
this Gamorrean was one of the best swoop racers on the planet Manaan, during the era of the Great Sith War. He was once the sector champion, until he was beaten by a Jedi Knight. (KOTOR)

this female name was common among the Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

Hul Lah
this was the alias used by Corran Horn, after he took command of the Stalking Moon, when he posed as the ship's commander in order to gain access to the Yag'Dhul system. (EVR)

Hul Qat
this Yuuzhan Vong was once a member of the warrior caste, until he was marked as a Shamed One and left on the planet Coruscant. After hearing the words of the Prophet, Yu'shaa, Hul Qat came to believe that the Jedi weren't the enemies that Supreme Overlord Shimrra had described. Hul Qat was one of the first of the Shamed Ones to volunteer to flee Coruscant and search out the living planet which would help liberate the Shamed Ones. Hul Qat managed to reach the planet Dagobah, which teemed with life but was not alive in and of itself. On Dagobah, Hul Qat met up with Tahiri Veila, but was also pursued by a group of Yuuzhan Vong warriors. He managed to escape the warriors with Tahiri's help, but he was badly wounded. With his dying breaths, Hul Qat asked if he had, in fact, found the living planet. Tahiri didn't believe so, but she told him that he had succeeded. Hul Qat asked Tahiri to return to the Prophet to let him know of the planet's existence, and then died. Tahiri realized that this might be the reason she was half-Jedi, half-Yuuzhan Vong, and set out to locate Yu'shaa. (FP)

Hul Rapuung
this Yuuzhan Vong warrior was a member of the same Domain as Vua Rapuung. Hul Rapuung was assigned duty on Yavin 4, during the attempt to capture a Jedi Knight from Luke Skywalker's praxeum. Hul was on duty when Vua suddenly reappeared, after having been reported dead by Qe'u. When the heretical work of the Shaper Mezhan Kwaad was revealed, as well as her part in Vua Rapuung's Shaming, Hul Rapuung confronted her. He offered her one chance to redeem herself, forcing her to truthfully answer one question from her former lover. When Kwaad admits that she believed there were no true gods, Hul Rapuung and his warriors fought to allow the Jedi Knights to go free. They were badly outnumbered by their brethren who believed in the old gods, and were swiftly cut down. Their sacrifice, inlcuding Hul Rapuung's death, was not in vain, however, as the Jedi were able to escape Yavin 4. Hul Rapuung's actions quickly became known to the Shamed Ones, who revered him for his helping the Jedi Knights and his exposure of the heretical beliefs of Mezhan Kwaad. (EVC, FH1)

Hul, Alfren
this Imperial General was assigned to the forces which supporter Moff Andal's attempts to eliminate piracy and rebellion in Elrood Sector, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. He was known for his xenophobia and his hatred of droids, and he maintained a pool of automata solely for target practice. Hul maintained a gladiator arena at his compound on Derilyn, where he pitted criminals and suspected Alliance supporters against Coynite warriors in battles to the death. Known as the Arena of Games, it brought back a form of entertainment made popular by Coynites. In order to finance his gladiator games, Hul ran up a large gambling debt with Lud Chud. He was about to be exposed when he managed to capture Mikos Argdran and recover the datafiles which would have incriminated him. When the Brazen was severely damaged in a pirate ambush, Hul declared martial law on Derilyn. When the Brazen was destroyed while in drydock at the Derilyn Space Defense Platform, Hul suddenly found himself being reprimanded, and lost his position within the military. (PG3, OE)

Hulak Wraid
this subspecies of wraid, which was native to the planet Tatooine, was considered much tougher than the desert wraid. (KOTOR)

this Rodian spent his retirement on the planet Tatooine, some 4,000 years before the Galactic Civil War, ekeing out an existence on the edge of the Dune Sea. For many years, Hulas served as a recruiting officer for the Genoharadan Assassin Guild, and was based on Manaan for many years. (KOTOR)

a huge, wormlike creature found on Hosk Station, it has a thick, grey skin and numerous misplaced eyes. Its mouth is full of large pointed teeth, and a group of horns on its head. (DRO)

this Khil term describes the strands of flesh which chang from their faces. The Khil rely on their hullepi for a number of uses. Primary among them is respiration; the hullepi collect air from around them and filter it to the lungs. The second use is feeding, as the debris filtered out by the hullepi is often rich in micro-proteins and other solid matter, and is consumed by the Khil. The third use of the hullepi is for communcation. By drawing air around and through hullepi of varying lengths and thicknesses, the Khil can create a musical form of speech. (GG12)

this was the capital city of the planet Halmad. It was the site of a small Imperial garrison, and remained under Imperial control for several years following the Battle of Endor. (IF)

this was a term used by many human soldiers and naval personnel to describe innane words and orders from their superior officers. (LCM)

this snow- and ice-covered planet is the second planet in the Garnib System. It had two moons. (PG1)

Human Events Network
this pro-Imperial newsnet reported on a variety of cultural events which occurred in the Core Worlds, during the height of the New Order. (SWJ5, SWJ14)

Human High Culture
this was a theory which was prevalent during the New Order, and documented why the human race and its culture was the ultimate evolution of society in the galaxy. Developed by Emperor Palpatine himself, the idea of Human High Culture was deeply rooted in his xenophobic mentality. (SWJ7, SESB)

Human League
a group which opposed the Corellian Trade Summit, it was led by Thrackan Sal-Solo, the Hidden Leader. It was set up as a private security force that was decidedly pro-human, and catered to human clients. The members of the Human League wear shabby, dark brown uniforms with black armbands. On the armbands is the symbol of the Human League, a grinning skull holding a dagger in its mouth. The goal of the Human League was to shed the edicts of the Empire and separate the three primary races of the Corellian Sector, with the human race being named the primary ruling race. (AC)

Human Replica Droid
the goal of Project Decoy, human replica droids are built to exactly resemble a human. They can be used in dangerous situations where the person's life might be at stake. These droids, designed by Fandar and Fugo for DRAPAC, have lasers in their eyes. Note that Shadows of the Empire claims Guri was created from the technology discovered by Project Decoy, although Project Decoy was introduced sometime after the Battle of Endor in Queen of the Empire. (QE, SE)

this ancient Jedi went crazy more than 19,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. After leaving the Jedi Order, Humat took his possessions and fled to Coruscant. There, he buried his treasures deep underground, in a vault which became known as the Cell of Imu. This treasure trove was rumored to be filled with all manner of odd and arcane devices, as ancient histories revealed that Humat had a penchant for sinister applications of technology and the Force. The centerpiece of his collection was a talisman known as the soul stealer, and in order to protect it, Humat maintained a menagerie of vicious guard animals as well as installed a number of deadly traps in the Cell of Imu. (CCW)

this bovine creature was native to several forested planets, including Corellia and Kashoon. It was often used in the expletive reference, "knee-deep in humbaba manure." The average specimen measured two meters in height at the shoulder, and was covered with dense fur. Ancient Kashoonara legends speak of humbaba which measured "six Kahsoonara high" at the shoulder. These beasts were natural burrowers, living in the softer swamplands at the edge of the forest. There are four known species of humbaba, distinguishable by their unusual, prehensile noses. Despite their size and their burrowing nature, humbabas were extremely fast on their feet, making them excellent mounts for the Kashoonara. During the liberation of Kashoon from the Empire, Alliance forces also rode humbabas into battle. The Kashoonara revere the humbaba, and forbade the hunting of these creatures. (THG, COG)

this planet was once the sector capital of the Humbarine Sector, until the planet was mercilessly bombarded by General Grievous and the Invisible Hand. (SWDB)

Humbarine Sector
this was one of the most industrialized sectors of the Old Republic, rivalled only by the Corellian and Kuat Sectors. During the Clone Wars, many of the planets in the Humbarine Sector either sided with the Confederacy of Independent Systems or were subjugated by it, providing a key industrial resource for the Separatist cause. (X2, SWDB)

this member of the Alliance was captured, along with Leia Organa, by Darth Vader shortly after the Battle of Yavin. They were being transported aboard Vader's Star Destroyer and managed to escape. They fled in Hume's ship, but were pursued by Vader. A TIE Fighter damaged the ship, and Hume was forced to knock Leia unconscious in order to load her into a gossamer glider. He ejected the escape craft over Phelarion just as the Imperials destroyed his ship. Hume died in the explosion. (CSWEA, EGC)

a Nharwaak container group destroyed during an Imperial raid on their hidden base. (TIE)

Humming Peeper
a small flying creature native to the swamps of Endor, its wings created a hypnotic sound when beaten quickly. It was brightly colored, with brilliant yellow and blue feathers. (ECAR, FFT)

this was the Ugnaught word for "human". (MC57)

this was one of the aliases adopted by Kadir, during the time he spent on Drongar during the height of the Clone Wars. Hunandin was a member of the Apiida clan. (MJH)

a Selonian den dedicated to freeing Selonian from the rule of the Overden. (AS)

Hundeen, Orma
this well-muscled woman was a General in the underground which evolved on the planet Elerion, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (T15)

Hundred Club, The
this is a list of all the bounty hunters who command 100,000 or more credits for the bounties they capture, and are still alive to tell about it. The list contains as many as a million members. (GG9)

Hundred Prescriptions of Alsidas
a series of religious adages memorized by its followers. (BTS)

Hundredfold Scepter, The
this Old Republic dueling academy was one of a handful which could trace its history back to pre-Republic dates, during the era of Xim the Despot. The Hundredfold Scepter, like virtually every other dueling academy, was forced to shut down its operations during the last decades of the Old Republic, when popular opinion regarding dueling academies plummeted with that of the Jedi Order. (PJSB)

Hundred-Year Darkness
a devastating war which took place 7,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, it was a struggle between the Light and Dark Sides of the Force. It was alluded to by Shatoyo at the Jedi Assembly on Deneba, some 3,000 years later. (DLS, NEGC)

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

Hungry Ghost
this modified Carrack-class cruiser was the flagship of Redkihl Rokk and his band of pirates. (GORW)

Hungry Herglic
this seedy restaurant was located near the Lake Aire Hostel, on Lamuir IV. (TSIA)

Hungry One
this was the Barabel god of destruction. According to legend, the Hungry One existed in all Barabels, but was dormant unless provoked to awaken when an individual went into a killing rage. (DN1)

Hunka be
this Huttese word translated into Basic as "naptime." (GMR5)

Hunnoverrs Sector
Danaan Kerr was rumored to have performed dark magics in this sector, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (WBC)

Hunt Saboteur
this field of work sprang up during the early years of the New Order, as more and more bounty hunters were able to work without much governmental interference, making the collection of hard merchandise extremely profitable. Hunt saboteurs would lurk behind the normal operations of a bounty hunter, waiting for the target to be captured before moving in. Once secured, the saboteur would move in and take possession of the target and return it to a location specified by the entity that placed the bounty. If successful, the target would be retrieved without the need to pay a high-priced bounty. The only payment would be to the sabotuer, who often commanded a much lower fee. (SLS)

Hunt, Joren
Thadius Black's human bodyguard. (SN)

Hunt, the
this is the term used within the circle of bounty hunters to describe an individual hunt. It carries an almost reverent meaning. (TBH)

the armored explorer-cruiser loaned to Luke Skywalker and Cray Mingla by the Ithorians, so that they could search the Moonflower Nebula. (COJ)

this game was invented by the children of Emperor Palpatine's aides. The games would last three or more days, as the children hid from the Hunter and tried to avoid being captured. (TT)

a model of sporting blaster rifle. (GMS)

this Victory-class Star Destroyer was part of the Imperial starship group assigned to monitor the Suprosa, during the time it was supposed to be intercepted by the Alliance. (XWA)

this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XW)

Hunter of Winds
this elder Qom Qae Bargainer felt that the need to contact Luke Skywalker for help against the Threateners was too much of a risk, since it involved one of their nesting attaching itself to a Threatener ship for the journey to the known galaxy. This got him into trouble with Eater of Fire Creepers, who believed that the messages had been sent. When Luke finally arrived on Nirauan, Hunter of Winds opposed his son's assistance of Luke and Mara Jade, in their struggle to reach the Hand of Thrawn. Child of Winds wanted to contact the Qom Jha for help, but Hunter of Winds thought better of the idea. Child of Winds disobeyed his father and got Luke in contact with Eater of Fire Creepers. When Child of Winds returned to his nesting to tell of the exploits of Luke and Mara, Hunter of Winds was forced to see the error of his ways. When Luke and Mara finally escaped from the Hand of Thrawn compound, Hunter of Winds and several Qom Qae were ready to transport them to their ships and get them back to Coruscant. (VOF)

Hunter Squadron
this New Republic ground assault unit was assigned to take out the Palpatine Counterinsurgency Faction on Coruscant, with the support of Rogue Squadron. Their primary mission objectives were to deter attacks on bacta facilities under the control of Fliry Vorru, in Invisec. The plans for the attack were leaked by Ysanne Isard to the Republic, in an effort to draw attention away from the escape of the Lusankya from Imperial City. (KT)

Hunter Trainer Droid
this form of combat droid was developed by a Rodian warlord and presented to Imperial Captain Aron Harcourt, during the early years of the New Order. Harcourt was unsure of the proper utilization of the droids, so he put them to use as bodyguards aboard the Anya Karu. (SWEW)

Hunter V
BlasTech's civilian version of the Sharpshooter V blaster carbine weapon. (ISB)

Hunter, Chaz
this wiry teenager was a member of the underground resistance on the planet Kabaira, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Chaz was the son of the cell's leader, Del Hunter. (SWJ7)

Hunter, Del
this aging man, a native of the planet Kabaira, was a member of Tere Metallo's Alliance cell on the planet, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He worked for Delgas Medical for many years, until the Empire began to take over control of the corporation. He used his position as a sales representation to conduct "legitimate" business with operatives of the Alliance while off-planet, arranging for shipments of medical supplies to reach the Alliance. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Hunter's ties to the Alliance were discovered, and he was badly injured in a firefight. His other companions were all killed, but Hunter managed to make it to the Star Quest. (SWJ7)

this predatory species of floater was native to the dense atmosphere of the planet Yavin, and resembled a huge, floating shark. (PH)

this was the term used to describe those bounty hunters who were specifically hired to locate and kill their targets. (HSL)

Hunter-Killer Probot
a huge, starship-sized droid designed for pursuit and capture of selected targets, the H-K was built by Arakyd for use by the Empire. The H-K was a highly intelligent pursuit and detainment vessel equipped with powerful sensors and hull scanners, and could be used as a deep-space sweeper of a system patrol craft. The ships measured some 150 meters in height, and were equipped with four heavy grasping arms and four fine work arms, all of which were larger than most starfighters. The Hunter-Killer Probots were armed with a single tractor beam projector, two quad blaster cannons, and two ion cannons. Shug Ninx and Salla Zend managed to gain control of one of these huge ships, and used its weapons to blast open the prison compound where Han Solo and Chewbacca were being held on Byss, some four years after the Battle of Endor. (DE1, DESB, PH)

this was a speciallized branch of the Yuuzhan Vong warrior caste, known for their use of the Cloak of Nuun. The Hunters were trained in stealth and reconnaissance, as well as for assassinations and other missions involving the discreet elimination of enemy forces. (UF)

Hunter's Creed
this was the code by which all law-abiding bounty hunters live. Chief among the rules of the Creed was the stipulation that no Hunter could kill another, nor interfere with another's Hunt. Another primary rule was that any being under the apprenticeship of a master Hunter was temporarily immune to incarceration. This was the reason that many small-time criminals become bounty hunters. (TBH)

Hunter's Luck
one of Mara Jade's smuggling ships. It was, at one time, a rich kid's yacht. It had been stolen by pirates and reworked when Mara obtained it. (COJ)

Hunter's World
see Keyorin (OE)

Hunters, The
this was the name used by Imperial General Maximillian Veers to describe the group of AT-AT pilots he personally hand-picked to serve as part of the Blizzard Force, which participated in the Battle of Hoth. (GG3)

this unusual droid starfighter was developed by the Trade Federation as a defensive ship, used to ward off fighters which might attack the large C-9979 transports, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The Hunter-Seeker was based on the design of the Destroyer Droid, or Droideka, and was deployed into space in the wheel form. It then unfolded once it located a target. (STF)

Hunter-Trainer Drone System
see HT Training System (GMR1)

this was the term used to describe the enjoyment a Barabel found in pursuing and capturing its prey. (DN1)

Hunting Telik the White
this epic Equat poem told the story of a hunt for a massive, albino farlek. (OE)

this was the Huttese word for the number ten (10). Note, however, that the Huttese counting system was based on a base-eight system. So, hunto indicated the number eight (8) in the Basic language. (GMR5)

a Pakuuni Nebulon-B frigate used as a command base in their struggle against the Empire. (TIE)

this was one of the many Strike-class cruisers that made up the front lines of the Imperial Naval fleet. (XVT)

a model of personal, protective armor manufactured by Corellian Technologies, the HuntSuit found favor with bounty hunters of all walks. It was based on th design of the PowerSuit. (GG10)

an Alliance Nebulon-B frigate destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this Hutt crimelord maintained several ryll mines on the planet Ryloth, during the height of the New Order. A slaver by trade, Hunvar dabbled in spice to ensure a steady flow of credits. One of his mines seemed to have produced an unexpected benefit: an ancient Jedi holocron. In the tumult that followed, it was revealed that the holocron story was a hoax perpetrated by the local opposition, meant to draw public attention to the slavery of Twi'leks, especially females. (GORW)

Hunvar's Spire
this was the name of the fortress established by Hunvar the Hutt on Ryloth, during the era of the New Order. (GORW)

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

Huoba Neva
a female Sullustan, Huoba Neva had two strikes against her when she joined the Imperial Academy. As the daughter of a SoroSuub executive, she easily gained acceptance and quickly distinguished herself. She rose quickly, but never seemed to be able to obtain a command of her own, in the Imperial Navy. Eventually, the pro-Human Imperial doctrine started to sink in, and Huoba started thinking about joined the Alliance. Sian Tevv had told Ackbar about her outstanding accomplishments, and Ackbar needed good starship commanders, so she was accepted into the Alliance. She became the youngest Republic warship commander following the victory in the Illoud System, and she was given command of the Rebel Star. Huoba Neva perished when the ship collided with the burned-out hull of a Star Destroyer as it emerged from hyperspace near Coruscant. The Rebel Star was part of the small New Republic fleet sent to rescue the crew of the Liberator, and the Republic mourned her passing. (DE1, DESB)

a member of COMPNOR Investigations, Huorne worked with Parl to obtain information on Admiral Ackbar, but never seemed to be able to get the crucial piece of information. (ISB)

Huosnoughow Foundation
based in Galactic City, on the planet Coruscant, this think-tank spent its time digesting financial information and developing trends and plans for the Galactic Senate of the Old Republic. Their headquarters was located near the Old Republic's Ministry of Ingress building, and contained a number of pass-through skytunnels. (IWE2)

Huppla Pasa Tisc Shipwrights Collective
this was the primary starship design and manufacturing operation of the Geonosian people. (X2)

this man served the Old Republic as an Admiral in the naval forces that were arrayed during the height of the Clone Wars. Admiral Hupsquoch was placed in charge of the Republic's defensive cordon arranged around Praesitlyn, after Jedi Master Nejaa Halcyon landed on the planet surface. Hupsquoch was worried about the Republic's disposition, since it was obvious that Separatist reinforcements could arrive at any moment. When Anakin Skywalker devised a daring plan to rescue the hostages at the Intergalactic Communications Center, Admiral Hupsquoch was ordered to destroy the facility, rendering it useless to the Separatists. The plan was to drive the Separatists off Praesitlyn, and rebuild the communications center later. (JT)

this was the native language of the Huralok race. (GORW)

this reptilian race was native to the planet Djurmo. Known for their vicious nature and their incredible longevity, Huraloks chose to remain separated from the rest of the galaxy. Interestingly, Huraloks hated each other as much as theu hated other races, and only came together to mate and decide on laws. They were known for their ability to pursue a grudge for decades until it was resolved, and preferred to manipulate other beings rather than dealing with them in a straight-forward manner. The average Huralok was distinguished by its black-striped scales and triangular head, and stood about 1.5 meters in height. The hands and feet of a Huralok were tipped with thick claws that could be used to manipulate objects or tear into flesh. It was not uncommon for an individual Huralok to live for three centuries or more. During the height of the New Order, Huralok pirates regularly harassed Imperial convoys, and the long-running struggle between them became the fodder of many holodramas. (GORW)

this young girl attended the Leadership School on Andara, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Outwardly shy, Hurana was never accepted by the wealthier students of influential parents. She eventually met up with Gillam Tarturi, and joined his small band of mercenaries. She was placed in charge of transportation, working behind the scenes to ensure that the group could get into and out of a mission without being noticed. When Gillam's plan to fake his own death and blame it on his father was exposed by Anakin Skywalker and his Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Hurana, Gillam, and the entire team were expelled from the Leadership School and transported to Coruscant for questioning. (JQ5)

this man served as a Second Lieutenant in Ghez Hokan's hastily-formed police force on the planet Qiilura, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. It was Hurati who showed Hokan the remains of several battle droids, which had been left behind as a kind of warning by the members of Omega Squad. After the desertion and subsequent execution of Pir Cuvin, Hurati was promoted to full Lieutenant, and became one of Hokan's most trusted advisors. His position within Hokan's organization was solidified when he managed to evade the destruction caused by Omega Squad at Hokan's primary fortress, allowing Hokan's forces to move around the complex with more freedom. (RCHC)

eighth planet in the Churba system, it is too cold to support life. (DFR)

this Imperial Navy communications officer served as the tactical communications chief during the Battle of Hoth. He also coordinated the chase of the Millennium Falcon. (CCG4)

Hurd's Moon
Guri tried to hide out on this inhabited world, after escaping the destruction of Prince Xizor's skyhook over Coruscant. An outpost was created in the arid world, mainly for smugglers and their sort. (SEE)

this was a baked delicacy favored by the Hutts. (UYV)

this planet, located well beyond the galactic rim, was a rocky world inhabited by a race of strange, insectile humanoids. These beings were seemingly made of rock, with much of their body consisting of a gray, stone-like material which was studded with purplish, crystalline structures. When Mace Windu was just a Padawan, his Master sent him on a solo mission to Hurikane to obtain crystals for the construction of Mace's lightsaber. While on Hurikane, Mace mistakenly injured one of the humanoids, forcing him off a cliff and shattering parts of his body. Ashamed of his actions, Windu drew deeply from the Force and helped to repair the being. In return for his generosity, the natives of Hurikane provided young Windu with several of their purple crystals to use in his lightsaber. These crystals gave Mace Windu's lightsaber its unusual purple blade. (T13)

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