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this man was one of the revolutionaries who tried to overthrow Queen Sarna of Drogheda, during the months following the Battle of Endor. (MC83)

this man served the Old Republic naval forces as a Captain, and was in command of the Neelian during the mission to liberate the Intergalactic Communications Center from the Separatists, some two and a half years after the Battle of Geonosis. (JT)

Luies, Renea
this native of Shesharile 5 learned the ways of graft and corruption early in his career. He started working as a starport officer in the Shesharile System, working his was up to the position of Captain of the Port. He was loyal only to himself, and cared little for the Old Republic or the Empire. He commanded the respect of his underlings, and ruled with a iron fist and a tight bankroll. He also created a dense network of informants who keep him apprised of illegal cargoes. He first collects the standard fees and penalties, then negotiates for an additional percentage to get the inspection crew to take an early lunch break while the smuggler manages to escape. If the spacer is foolish enough to refuse the offer, Luies has never hesitated to throw them in jail or deport them. He kept his own record clean, and when confronted with breeches of protocol he claimed that it was all part of an elaborate sting operation. (SWJ9)

Luilris Mushroom
this mushroom was native to the caverns found beneath the surface of the planet Kashyyyk. The Wookiees of the Myyydril tribe found that luilris mushrooms were edible, and often used them in the creation of a tasty and nurtitional pie. (SWGAL)

Luiss Nevs
this influential Sluissi was a prominent member of the Sluis Van Congregate, during the early years of the New Republic. (SWJ2)

Luj City
this city is the capital city of the planet Novor XXIII, and was considered one of the largest financial centers of Tharin Sector. (CRO, SSR)

this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, Luk was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. This name literally meant "pilot". (GCG)

the name given by Yarna d'al' Gargan to one of her female cubs, it was meant to honor Luke Skywalker, who had helped kill Jabba the Hutt and avenge her husband, Nautag. (TJP)

Lukhur Badlands
this was a moderate desert area location on the Feldt continent of Nishr. (ROE)

an Alliance Mon Calamari MC40a light cruiser operative during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this Bartokk was ostracized from his family because of a birth defect. Barely sentient without a connection to his species, Lulkk took a personal name in order to show his defiance at being exiled. (UANT)

this was the name of a character from the bedtime stories of the Mon Calamari. (GCG)

referring to a character from a Mon Calamari bedtime story, this was a common female name among the Mon Calamari race. (GCG)

this droid served as the announcer for the holovideo parody, The Emperor's Court. This character was a spoof on the part played by Robert Llewelyn on the television courtroom series, The People's Court. (T14)

an Alliance Mon Calamari MC40a light cruiser destroyed in the Bruanii Sector shortly after the Battle of Hoth. (TIE)

a powerfully intoxicating beverage favored in the Corellian System but found throughout the galaxy. (GG9, TME)

Lum Run
this is spacer slang for any routine trip or task. (SWJ9)

a small light source packed in emergency survival packs. (SME, TB)

Luma Blast
this was the term used to describe the effect of any light-producing weapon, such as a luma grenade. (JQ10)

Luma Flare
this was the generic term used to describe a rocket-propelled flare used to indicate a being's position during search and rescue operations. (GUN)

Luma Grenade
this unusual grenade, produced during the last decades of the Old Republic, ejected a mass of intense light particles when it exploded. This served to blind the eyes of soldiers in its vicinity, giving an attacking force a moment of surprise. The effects of luma grenades were multiplied greatly when used at night, especially if the target troops were wearing night-vision goggles. (JQ4)

this wa the brand name of a BlasTech rocket, developed for use in wrist-mounted projectile weapons. The Lumablast exploded with a brilliant light that rendered any being in its blast radius temporarily blind. (AEG)

this Ithorian surname referred to a species of phosphorescent tree, according to historian who studied the Ithorian race. (GCG)

this was a species of phosphorescent tree that was native to the planet Ithor. (GCG)

Lumas Etima
this Jedi Knight was one of the many who fought during the Battle of Geonosis. (OWS)

this was the Snivvian word for "hologram." (HNN5)

Lumashand-u min-tempi es min-conta
this Snivvian phrase, used in the world of art and antiquities, translated into Basic as "I will think about your holo for the rest of my life." (HNN5)

an Ewok elder, Lumat was known to his tribe as a master wood carver and archer. He was also one of Chief Chirpa's closest advisors. (ROTJ, ECAR, CCG10)

this was a common name for Ewok males. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

according to Ewok legend, this was a magic ace wielded by Machoo. (GCG)

a species of tree grown in ornamental gardens. (JASB)

this was the nickname of the Greel Wood Logging Corporation's FLR-series logging droid. (EGD)

Lumchugger's Hub
this entertainment region of the planet Bescane is one of the roughest that exist. It is also one of the most popular among the working populace. It offered the workers the best entertainment value, and had a wide selection of diversion to chose from. (SWJ9)

Lume Bug
this species of insect was native to the moon of Sulon. (SFE)

Lume Rock
this unusual form of rock gives off light and heat, but is not hot enough to burn flesh. The B'omarr monks used to line walkways with them to convince younger monks that they had sufficient mind control to walk over a bed of hot coals. Although this practice was deceitful, it helped the monks sort out potential candidates and gave new monks a sense of accomplishment if they walked across them. (GOF7)

this orange star is orbited by the twelve planets of the Sevarcos System. In between the sixth and seventh planets is a vast asteroid belt, believed to have been the remnants of a thirteenth planet in the system. Of the twelve planets in the system, four were formed from solid material while eight were gaseous. (SWJ2)

Lumen Globe
this was a stationary form of light source, produced during the last decades of the Old Republic to be inexpensive and reliable. (BF4)

Lumen Reed
this form of bioluminescent reed was grown by the Yuuzhan Vong. Lumen reeds were often grown along pathways, so that their pale blue luminescence provided light during the night. (FP)

a "sport" in which the combatants try to down more lum than their opponents. (GG9)

this was a form of artwork which was prominent during the last decades of the Old Republic. (APS)

this Gallofree Medium Transport was modified by the Alliance for use as a reconnaissance ship. Its armor and shielding were reduced to allow for faster travel and increased power to sensor systems. It also was given a faster hyperdrive for quick escapes. (CCG11)

Luminous Gardens
located on a hillside above the Boiling Sea, the Luminous Gardens was a health spa that catered to all manner of beings. Masseuses from a wide variety of rces were employed att he Luminous Gardens, providing an extensive clientele with expensive relaxation and makeovers. (CCW)

Luminous Star
this Seltiss-1 Hutt Caravel was owned by Skydove Freight, and was based on the moon of Nar Shaddaa during the early years of the New Order. (TF)

when the Imperial operative Shira Elan Colla Brie was trained in the ways of the Dark Side of the Force by Darth Vader, she shed her old name and became the Dark Jedi Lumiya. Shira had infiltrated the Alliance at Vader's orders, in an effort to capture Luke Skywalker. Luke shot Shira's TIE Fighter down, and Shira barely survived. After being fitted with cybernetic implants and healing in a bacta tank, she emerged as the woman known as Lumiya. Lumiya's weapon of choice was not the lightsaber, though, but a new weapon known as the lightwhip. She discovered the lightwhip while searching through an ancient Sith tome during the Battle of Endor. Vader tried to keep her training a secret from Emperor Palpatine, but eventually had to reveal her existence. In order to keep favor with Palpatine, Vader presented Lumiya to the Emperor as a candidate to be one of the Emperor's Hands. This mysterious woman was the leader of a group of Imperial soldiers on Herdessa, where she had posed as a sophisticated cyborg and earned the role as chief of planetary security. Shortly after Leia Organa's arrival on Herdessa, Lumiya revealed herself as a Dark Side adept. Following the death of the Empire, Lumiya tried to defeat the New Republic with the help of the alien race known as the Nagai, after training her band on the planet Kinooine. There, she confronted Luke Skywalker again, explaining that it was he who killed Shira Brie and started her turn toward the Dark Side. She also tried to use their enemies, the Tofs, in a similar effort. Each time, she was defeated and left for dead, but her incredible strength and cunning allowed her to escape and survive. She was a force that skirted the New Republic, striking when it pleases her against remote locations. She had control of a small fleet of warships, and was supported by a contingent of crimson-armored stormtroopers. It was later discovered that Lumiya had trained the likes of Flint and Carnor Jax, developing their dark powers much the same way Darth Bane trained his progeny: with just two Sith magicians, a master and an apprentice. For many years after the Battle of Endor, Lumiya disappeared from the galactic scene, until the Yuuzhan Vong began their invasion of the galaxy. She made a bold attempt to steal a number of bafforr trees from a laboratory on Yaga Minor, in an effort to develop her own weapons against the alien invaders. Her assault on Yaga Minor coincided with a similar mission led by the Yuuzhan Vong. Lumiya's forces battled the Yuuzhan Vong warriors to a standstill, allowing the Imperials to drive off both attackers and maintain the bafforr tree lab. (SWG3, GMR5, MC88, SWDB, GMR8, MC95, MC107)

this large, hulking alien was a member of Nevo's gang. Lummus questioned the intelligence of hunting down Boba Fett, even if Darth Vader himself gave the order. Lummus was killed by Fett on Maryx Minor, after Nevo tried to apprehend the bounty huner. (EOE)

this form of lichen lived in the caverns of the planet Hoth. (BHAS)

the rarest form of spice in the galaxy, it was found only on Hoth, deep in the caves of the dragon-slug. The combination of Hoth's environment and the presence of the dragon-slug made lumni-spice difficult to harvest and expensive to purchase. (CSW)

this was Lumpawarrump's alter ego, used while he was playing Galactic Rebels. The name was a combination of his own name and that of his father, Chewbacca. (AFA)

this is the name chosen by Chewbacca's son Lumpawarump, after the youth passed his Test of Ascension during the rescue of Han Solo. The familiar part of the name, Waroo, means "son of courage." Following the death of Chewbacca at Sernipdal, Lumpawaroo and his cousin, Lowbacca, 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. After the Yuuzhan Vong surrender at Coruscant, and following the dedication of a portrait of Chewbacca at the Thiss landing platform, Waroo and Lowbacca took up Chewbacca's life debt to Han Solo. (TT, UF)

Chewbacca's son, his name is often shortened to just Lumpy. He was a large Wookiee, like his father, but was reserved because he was raised by his mother and grandfather. When Chewbacca finally was given the time to return to Kashyyyk - several years after the formation of the New Republic - he worked with Lumpy to ready the child for the Test of Ascension. The Test was interrupted when Chewie learned that Han Solo had been captured by the Yevetha. Chewbacca left to rescue him, along with Lumpy, Jowdrrl, Dryanta, and Shoran. When Shoran was shot during the initial firefight, Lumpawarump took his place. He himself took a blaster bolt while rescuing Solo, but he continued the effort without complaining. The young Wookiee's heroic efforts during the rescue earned him the baldrick of adulthood. He adopted the adult name of Lumpawaroo after passing the Test of Ascension. (WSB, TT)

this small creature was bio-engineered by the Yuuzhan Vong to serve as a form of identification. Resembling a fist-sized nugget of flesh and fur, the lumpen's bodily fluids contained special chemicals that signified an individual's authority to access certain areas. When squeezed, the lumpen exuded its fluids onto a piece of parchment, which could be read for the proper signs of identification. (UF)

this is a derogatory nickname for the Sunesi adult. (SWJ10)

this term is used either to compliment an individual or deride him. In its complimentary form, a lumrunner is an individual who can perform heroic tasks and make them look simple. In its derogatory form, a lumrunner is someone who avoids risks at all costs, taking the jobs which are easy and have little risk. (SWJ9)

this Corellian PB-950 was owned by Shamus Falconi. It was more than 300 years old, and was first purchased by his grandmother, at the start of her pirating career. (SWJ9)

this was a common name given to male 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)

Lun Deverin
this Duros served Urias Xhaxin as a sensor officer aboard the Free Lance. (DTO)

Lunae Minx
this Twi'lek female was a regular at the Outlander Club, during the last decades of the Old Republic. She was distinguished by her mottled, purple skin. (OWS, SWI75)

Lunar Night
this holiday, celebrated across the planet of Entralla, marked the night each year when Entralla's single moon passed closest to the planet. The highlight of the Lunar Night celebration was the Parade of Ghosts. (SWJ4)

Lunar Shadow
this starship was based out of Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

Lunar Tide
this New Republic frigate was part of the forces which retreated to Borleias, in the wake of the Battle of Coruscant. (EL1)

this female being was a noted bounty hunter who operated during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. She was distinguished by her body armor, which appeared to be Mandalorian in origin. Lunasa was part of an unlikely group that was put together by Magus to hunt down Talesan Fry, after the young boy discovered their plans to assassinate twenty galactic leaders at a conference on Rondai-2. In order to infiltrate the Ulta Center, Lunasa cut and dyed her hair to make her appear to be a Rondai. Although the bounty hunters successfully get inside the security at the Ulta Center, they found themselves pursued by a group of Jedi Knights. Adi Gallia managed to pin down Lunasa and forced her to surrender, and she was taken into custody for later questioning. (SOJ)

this was the name given to the remote-controlled machine created by Cubber Daine, Kell Tainer, Voort saBinring, and Eurrsk Thri'ag while they were part of Wraith Squadron. The Lunatic was created to provide a distraction for the Wraiths to escape from Xobome 6, shortly after Apwar Trigit attacked Folor. The Lunatic was built from a smuggling compartment, to which the Wraiths attached an R2 unit, a power gnerator, and a laser cannon. It was designed to resemble floating debris, while masking the presence of the pilot inside. Roughly the size of a large coffin, the Lunatic also was "piloted" by Voort saBinring, who volunteered to fly it because his fat-covered body would protect him from the cold, since the Lunatic would not have much in the way of life support. The Lunatic would be left adrift in space near Xobome 6, to be discovered by Trigit and the Implacable, but was instead caught by one of Trigit's CR90 corvettes, the Night Caller. Voort managed to infiltrate the ship's bridge and subdue its crew, capturing the ship for the New Republic. (WS)

the leaves of this plant were often dried and chewed, although it caused the user to act incoherently. (MC10)

an air-breathing fish native to the planet Calamari. (DU)

Lungrolph Isher
this Krish was a noted expert in the martial art of teras kasi, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (HNN5)

Lungru Nokko Vimmas
this Hutt, known to have maintained a household of Cerean retainers, was implicated in the assassination attempt on the life of Mika the Hutt on Nar Shaddaa during the early years of the New Order. Lungru distinguished himself from other Hutts with a diamond-shaped tattoo in the center of his forehead. It was Mika himself who questioned Lungru's part in the plot, which was actually masterminded by Mika himself to deflect the attention of his parent, Popara, from his plans for the tempest spice. Lungru himself scoffed at the idea of assassinating Mika, since he had become one of Popara's closest business partners. After Popara's murder, it was Lungru who made the observation that the entire business surrounding the tempest seemed like a family affair, and guessed that Zonnos had been behind the assassination of Popara. Rather than confront anyone with his thoughts, Lungru chose to ally himself with Zonnos, and dispatched his own forces to hunt down the freelance agents Popara had hired to track down the source of the tempest spice. (TF, WOTC)

this Yuuzhan Vong bio-construct was created to allow an individual to be able to breathe oxygen in a hostile environment. The worm, carried in a coil on the user's back, was connected to the mouth with a hard-shelled form of gnullith. As part of its natural metabolism, the lungworm produced breathable oxygen, which was expelled and collected in a specialized organ for passage to the gnullith. (EVR)

this male Weequay was one of the many Jedi Masters who were actively teaching when the Clone Wars erupted, forcing him to become a warrior. Master Lunis and his Padawan, Obs Kaj, were dispatched to Katanos VII to investigate alleged cloning activities taking place on the planet. Although Stiv Kram denied any such activities, Obs discovered an entire laboratory set aside for cloning vats. The vats contained many failed experiments, the results of the miners' attempts to provide the Old Republic with something of value. The Jedi found themselves cut off from the rest of the galaxy, and ordered to surrender, as Kram explained that he planned to turn them over to Count Dooku for a sizeable bounty. As Lunis made to defend himself from Kram's attack, he found himself mentally cut off from Obs, who had been planning to leave the Jedi Order. Lunis found himself alone against the miners, and was quickly cut down and killed. (T19)

Lunis-Medix Medical Academy
this prestigious medical school was located on the planet Dzass IV. (WSV)

Lunkar An
this male Rellarin was a member of the Summit Class of the Galactic Outdoor Survival School, which held every record at the survivalist training center on OM813 until they were broken by the members of Twilight Class. The fact that Twilight Class shattered the records of Summit Class rankled Lunkar An to no end, and his ego was severely damaged. He left his position as owner of the Jmin Survival Academy and returned to GOSS to redeem himself, and hoped to challenge each and very surviving member of Twilight Class to a personal duel. Lunkar An hated Sisquoc, but absolutely abhored Ma'w'shiye, and hoped one day to reclaim his place in the GOSS recordbooks. Note that Galaxy Guide 12 claims Lunkar An was a survival instructor for the Alliance, during the Galactic Civil War. (GG12, AIR)

Lunnes Wastes
this vast desert area is located in the remotest part of the planet Sondarr. The mercenary army Star's Nova located their base of operations in the Wastes. (WBC)

meaning "dreaming", this name was common among Gungan females. (GCG)

this gas giant was the second planet in the Sullust System. It was orbited by thirty-four moons. (GORW)

this girl pursued spacers on StarForge Station, falling in love with every guy who passed through the station in hopes of having one actually fall in love with her and take her away. (FOP)

this was an abbreviation used by the clone commandos of the Grand Army of the Old Republic to indicate a laying-up point, which was essentially a tactical position from which a squad could coordinate and launch an assault on an enemy position. (RCHC)

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

this was a common Psadan name. (UANT)

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

this being owned a bar that was frequented by the swoop racers who lived on Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. Although he accepted any challengers, Lupo ensured that his racing droid, C9-T9, always turned out to be the winner of a race. His perfect record came to an end when The Exile managed to defeat C9-T9. (KOTOR2)

this Alliance agent was Nelson Flin's partner during the Galactic Civil War. (CRO)

this predator was native to the planet Bosph, and was the primary rival of the native Bosph for food and territory. (SWJ13)

Lup's General Store
sometimes referred to as Lup's Wares and Supplies, this business establishment in Mos Eisley was run by Tar and Kal Lup. They stocked everything needed to survive in Mos Eisley, and a few things that make life fun. The shop was located on the Straight Street, across from the Ubrikkian Trade Tower. (GG7, IWST)

Lup's Wares and Supplies
see Lup's General Store (GG7, TME)

this planet was located in a star system that was very close to the Corporate Sector. Lur had a deep atmospheric ionization layer, which make planetfall a hazardous trip. It had a cold, harsh climate, with a stormy weather system. Its gravity was slightly greater than galactic standard. During the years leading up to the Clone Wars, a theraputic cloning center was established on the planet, to generate replacement organs for individuals suffering from life-threatening diseases. Much to the dismay of these individuals, the onset of the Clone Wars brought about a halt to any non-military cloning, under Senate decree E49D139.41. (HSR, SWI68)

Lur Arka Sulas
this Twi'lek worked for a wealthy family of settlers on the planet Dantooine, more than 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. During the Mandalorian Wars, the family's daughter, Sasha, was kidnapped by Mandalorian soldiers and taken away. In part because of his loyalty to the family, and in part because he was ordered, Lur Arka Sulas spent most of his time at Dantooine's primary starport, asking incoming visitors if they had seen Sasha. His patience was rewarded when the crew of the Ebon Hawk discovered Sasha in their hold, and returned her to Dantooine. (KOTOR)

this oil is mined in the Grythsurin canyon of the planet Ebra. It is vital in the production of certain medicines, and is a primary component in Ebran Lu-ramin Oilmead. (GG12)

Luranian Brandy
a fine fermentation of fruit, often served in a deep, wide-bottomed snifter. (SE)

this city, located on the planet Saffalore, was the seat of its planetary government. (SOC)

Lurathi Guard
this is one of the most infamous Iotran military orders established on Iotra. Like its brethen - the Kinlandrin Royal Forces and the Jengardin Millenial Warriors- the Lurathi have never engaged in full-scale war on Iotra. The Lurathi Guard was eventually consolidated into the Iotran Police Force. (GG12, PP)

this female Gotal owned Lurbi's Mercantile, located in The Landing on Engebo V. She was known for her red-tinted eyes and sharp teeth. Lurbi was killed shortly after the Madman's Fortune crashed onto Engebo V, when a school of skekfish was inadvertently released by Nell Davengatt. Nell and her companions had gone to check out the crash, and opened Goontirk's escape pod to investigate. The skekfish burrowed into the ground and sped toward the nearest food source, killing many beings in The Landing before attacking Lurbi. (WOA10)

Lurbi's Mercantile
this general store, hotel, and cantina was located in The Landing, on the planet Engebo V. It was owned by the Gotal known as Lurbi. (WOA10)

this Ewok term was used to describe any being who was too taken with themselves to see beyond their own noses. It was a derisive term, and was used to describe only the worst members of society. (T5)

native to the planet Lur, these creatures adapted over the generations to Lur's harsh, wintery climate. They were small bipedal herbivores covered in thick white fur. The bottoms of their feet were covered in a thick, calloused pad, enabling them to travel on ice and snow. Their large green-blue eyes were adapted to seeing in the snowy wastes. They had a very advanced technology, and by the time of the New Order, they had developed some sophisiticated genetic manipulation techniques. This was the reason that slavers often tried to obtain Lurians, hoping to sell them for use in illegal biomolecular operations. It was rumored that they could bring almost 6,000 credits apiece on the Invisible Market, after tight restrictions on cloning were established in the wake of the Clone Wars. (HSR)

Lurian Protocol Droid
see PD-series Protocol Droid (AEG)

Lurid Dawn
this was the name used by the natives of the planet Lok to describe an vast area of dead space located near the Karthakk System. The Alliance hoped to established a base of operations within the Lurid Dawn, away from the prying eyes of the Empire. (SWGAL)

this was the name given to those clans chosen by each Viska caleisk to serve as the leaders of the repulsorlift cities which hovered over the surface of Rordak. Each caleisk could choose up to six new lurinn clans, and each lurinn was ruled by a calsk. (PG1)

this plant produced a sweet, tasty fruit, which was often combined with other ingredients to make a refreshing smoothie drink. (DN2)

this was one of the many Twi'leki clans which were native to the planet Ryloth. In the Twi'leki language, the clan's name meant "ingenious" or "intelligent". (GCG)

this planet was subjugated by the Empire during the reign of Emperor Palpatine. (CSWDW)

see Lurian (WOTC)

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