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this province was located on the planet Ansion. (APS)

this man served the Imperial Navy as an Admiral during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A veteran of many battles, Admiral Hurkk often spoke out about the Alliance's ability to steal or capture Imperial warships for their own use. After the Battle of Oovo IV, Hurkk took his message to his superiors and demanded action. (NEGV)

Hurleydo Travels
this travel agency offered tours and excursions across the planet Tatooine, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (BH)

Hurlothrombic Gas
Emperor Palpatine routinely flooded his audience chamber with small amounts of this gas, ensuring that his visitors were in awe and fear of him. (POT)

Hurlothrumb, Lorenz
this Imperial scientist and researcher worked in the Imperial Medi-Center's Encephalo-Research Division. Moff Bandor promised him the ability to test his "wave machine" on live sentients, and Hurlothrumb agreed to work for him. The resulting device was known as the Hurlothrumbic Generator, and was put to use by Bandor on Questal. (GCQ)

Hurlothrumbic Generator
a device which produces energy waves that cause the human brain to react with varying levels of fear, depending on the strength of the waves. It was designed and developed by Doctor Lorenz Hurlorthrumb, some time after the Battle of Yavin. Moff Bandor helped finance the development, and experimented with the use of the device during the Galactic Civil War on the planet Questal. Bandor modified the generator, adding specific "doomsday programming" to set off ever-increasingly intense waves of fear. Once activated, the generator will eventually develop such powerful waves that it would drive every inhabitant of the planet Questal mad with fear. He was apprehended by a squad of Alliance agents before he could put it to wide-scale use. (GCQ)

this dark-haired, middle-aged man was on Caluula Station when Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon arrived after escaping Selvaris, shortly after the actions of Operation Trinity. Han believed that he recognized Hurn's voice, but could not place his face or remember his name. Hurn explained that he had a face that was familiar to most people, raising some concern from Han's wife, Leia Organa Solo. Later, during the defense of Caluula Station, the Solos encountered a band of warriors dressed like the Mandalorians of the Old Republic, and they came to believe that Hurn was actually Boba Fett. The truth was revealed during the fight to save Caluula Station, when Fett and his fellow soldiers helped the Solos escape to Calamari. (UF)

Hurn Jak
this Th'iruckai teruk was a rival of Oolan Krim, and had planted several spies in Krim's clan. When Jak discovered that Krim was negotiating with a group of offworld scouts for weapons, Jak arranged for them to be posioned with yurfloo in order to force them to provide him with the weapons. Hurn Jak held the only known antidote. The slowly dying scouts discovered the source of the enmity between the clans, and arranged to get the teruks together to discuss a cease-fire after learning that the war between the clans was based on an ancient misunderstanding. (GMS)

Hurn, Tenke
this smuggler was an acquaintence of Toob Ancher, who died in the thermal detonator explosion that scarred Toob's face. (SWJ5)

Hurnoj Arqu'uthun
this Arkanian military expert held the rank of Captain in the armed forces that protected the planet Thule, during the final decades of the Old Republic. He seemed to have the ability to withstand the continual onslaught of Dark Side energy, and remained the least tainted of Thule's military officers. He wondered if this clouded his judgement, however, because he regularly questioned his superiors' choices of non-military targets to attack. He was steadfastly loyal, though, and strove to minimize civilian losses whenever possible. (GORW)

this city was ostensibly the capital of the planet Thule. Located in the center of the city was an ancient Sith temple, which continued to attract devotees for thousands of years following the Great Sith War. Much of the population even spoke a dialect of the ancient Sith language. It was believed that many of the buildings in Thule were older than some other civilizations, having been built to military standards to withstand attack. (GORW)

this was a Yuuzhan Vong term of contemplation. (EVR)

Hurricane 506
a model of Bespin Motors twin-pod cloud car. In the Hurricane configuration, one pod is used for pilot and co-pilot, while the other contains the power generators needed to power the weapons and engines. Because of this configuration, the Hurricane tends to roll to the left during acceleration. The Hurricane was later replaced with the Storm IV cloud car. (GG7)

this dark, crystalline mineral was noted for its unparalleled beauty. The ancient Jedi Knights sometimes used hurrikaine crystals in the construction of their lightsabers, as the crystal produced a blade was could penetrate nearly any material. (KOTOR2)

this small pirate group was controlled by Golov Nakhym, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Hurrim was employed by Toburik Haulers to provide protection and support for its transport ships. They later provided assistance to the Empire, during the Imperials' attempt to disrupt the smugglers who were supplying the Alliance with arms and supplies prior to the Battle of Endor. In order to secure their supply lines, the Alliance destroyed the Hurrim base and captured Golov Nakhym. (XWA)

this legendary, ancient Kashoonara god was known as the bringer of twilight, and rode huge a humbaba called Aarwynn around his underworld realm. (COG)

Hurt Vector
this was a slang term used by independent spacers and smugglers to indicate a position of unemployment and indebtedness. (HSL)

Hurt Vectors
this swoop gang began terrorizing Vandalar City, on Reaper's World, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. They were rounded up by a team of bounty hunters shortly after the Battle of Hoth. (ND)

Huruni Hune
this noted Rodian actress had a small part in The Trickery of Vosdia Nooma, shortly before the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Huruun Kal
see Haruun Kal (SWI81)

Hu's Emporium
located in the undercity of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5, Hu's Emporium was owned by Kitak Hu, and provided all manner of droids and droid gear. Hu also sold a wide variety of sensors and explosive weapons, many of which he personally developed. Of course, these were often of dubious quality. (GORW)

developed by SoroSuub, this was one of the galaxy's most expensive comlinks. It had exceptional range and encryption technology, as well as silence projectors which created a bubble of white noise around the user. This helped protect private transmissions from prying ears. (AEG)

this was the brand name of Arakyd Aerodynes, Incorporated's AJP-400 personal jet pack. (GFT)

this was one of the more powerful tribes of Eickarie found on the planet Kariek during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. The Hu-shi-crive were known among the Eickarie for their resistance to the dictatorship of the Warlord, and the skills of their soldiers were rivalled only by those of the Lakra. (FB)

Husk Lizard
this predatory reptile was native to the planet Herego. (GORW)

Husker Square
this public square was located near the Jedi Temple, on Coruscant, during the last years of the Old Republic. Many small cantinas and restaurants were located in Husker Square. (SWGG)

this Nimbanel worked for Chalmun the Wookie as his private bartender, in the offices of Chalmun's Spaceport Cantina in Mos Eisley, during the height of the New Order. (IWST)

this man was one of the many beings who lived in the Refugee Sector of Nar Shaddaa, following the Mandalorian Wars and the Jedi Civil War. Hussef seemed to be one of the leaders within the Refugee Sector, and asked The Exile to help the refugees obtain more living space. (KOTOR2)

Hustru fonster
this Vulanish phrase found its way into the Corellian language, and literally translated into Basic as "the wife in the window." During the last decades of the Old Republic, the phrase took on a less-than-ideal meaning among the Ensterites. Many elderly Ensterites watched as their sons or daughters fell in love with eksters of the opposite sex, and wanted to spent their lives with them. However, rather than forsaking their families to marry the ekster, the sons or daughters would take an enster spouse as their "wife" or "husband." However, the spouse was little more than a token, chosen for social or commerical reasons and serving only as the link to an Ensterite inheritance. The son's or daughter's true love was with the ekster individual, who was ostensibly hired as a gardener or maid so that they could live in the home to be with their lover. In this way, the enster spouse remained home as the "wife in the window," living an empty life. Note that there is an umlaut over the 'o' in fonster. (MJH)

the spelling of Hutt, when used to refer to the Hutt race. (SWN, ESBN)

an Imperial transport ship which assisted in the evacuation of the Omar TIE Advanced manufacturing facilities. (TIE)

Hutar Zash
this elderly Lannik served as the chief military advisor to Prince R'cardo Sooflie IX, as well as Sooflie's father and grandfather before him. Even Piell even served alongside Hutar Zash, during the initial struggles against the Red Iaro. Hutar was one of a growing number of Lannik who disliked Prince Sooflie's methods of leadership, an opinion he openly voiced with Even Piell. Shortly afterward, Hutar revealed that he himself had joined the Red Iaro. Hutar's missionon Malastare was to kill as many of the Jedi Knights who were mediating the peace treaty as he could, to allow the Red Iaro to reclaim Lannik from Prince Sooflie. Note that this character is also referred to as Hurtar Zash. (ETM)

this cyborged tramp freighter first mate worked with Captain Nuendo Rash. He had very little in the way of a sense of humor. (GG6)

this small, cold world was located in the Senex Sector of the galaxy, and was the homeworld of the Hutlarian race. (SWMW)

an alien race native to the planet Hutlar, the Hutlarians were dsitinguished by their orange skin, glowing red eyes, and warlike nature. For thousands of years, the Hutlarians were employed as guards and soldiers by the royal families of the Senex and Juvex Sectors. (MC16, SWMW)

Hutrick, Aaz'del
this man was the director of the Empire's Department of Munitions Resource Development during the height of the Galactic Civil War, and oversaw the construction of several hyperbaride plants across the galaxy. (POM)

a large, slug-like alien with short, stubby arms, huge eyes, and a wide mouth. They originated on the planet Varl, but have populated a great number of other worlds including Nal Hutta. They speak their own language, and have the ability to see in visible light as well as ultraviolet light. They often light their palaces with both, turning off the natural lighting to give trespassers a false sense of stealth. Desite the sheer bulk of their flesh, Hutts do not have a skeleton. Instead, an internal mantle helps shape the head and support the arms, while the rest of their body is simply one large, snail-like foot. The skin of a Hutt is incredibly thick, and is covered with a mixture of mucus and oily sweat. This makes the skin able to resist harsh chemicals and even some blaster bolts. Below the epidermis is a thick layer of blubber that helps maintain body temperature and makes it impossible to puncture their skin with a knife. Hutts are also hermaphroditic, often choosing to appear as one sex or the other for the benefit of their audience. Young Hutts spend their first year of life inside a pouch on their mother's belly, and are virtually mindless. They live near their mothers for several decades after birth, returning to their pouches when they are scared or tired. Young Hutts aren't considered accountable until they are well over 100 years old. All Hutts have a given name, which is supported by their clan name and their surname (eg., Jabba Desilijic Tiure). The history of the Hutt race can be traced to the early times before the formation of the Old Republic. They were a strong force even then, dominating large portions of the space surrounding their homeworld. After the discovery of the hyperdrive, the Hutts began expanding their territories, but ran into Xim the Despot. Xim and the Hutts fought several fierce battle near the uninhabited world of Vontor, until the Hutts discovered the Si'Klaata Cluster and the strong, warrior-like races it hid. The Hutts managed to sign the Klatooinans, Niktos, and Vodrans into perpetual servitude, and used many warriors during the Third Battle of Vontor. This was the decisive battle against Xim, and left the Hutts in control of large areas of the galaxy. However, the Hutts could not escape their own greedy nature, and soon began to covet each other's holdings. Interclan wars broke out, and the clans eventually broke off relations with each other. When they realized that this was bad for business, they began exchanging messengers. The Hutts took to killing the messengers if they didn't like the message, but this further impaired business. So, the Hutts made a pact which recognized messengers as sacrosanct. As a race, Hutts do not trust any other races, a trait that stems from an incident in which all prominent Hutts on Nal Hutta were executed by an assassin. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Borga the Hutt tried to negotiate a treaty with the alien invaders, ostensibly offering up one world in Hutt Space in exchange for information on which planets the Yuuzhan Vong would attack next. Borga hoped the Hutts could profit from the information by manipulating the spice trade on certain worlds, but he also provided the information to the New Republic. Thus earned Borga and his fellow Hutts the ire of Nas Choka, who retaliated by swiftly subjugating Nal Hutta and terraforming it to the needs of the Yuuzhan Vong. The surviving Hutt population was forced to flee Nal Hutta, and existed as exiles on remote worlds for the duration of the war. (ROTJ, COTF, ZHR, GG4, GG12, TPS, THG, RD, NJOSB)

this was the name given to the jizz band led by Sluggo the Hutt and fronted by the Kitonak Anarc. (GMS)

Hutt Aviation Authority
this was a slang term, used by the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic, to describe any sub-standard starship control facility. (RCHC)

Hutt Battle Armor
this speciallized form of body armor was designed for use by members of the Hutt race. Each suit was custom-made for an individual Hutt, and protected virtually every inch of the Hutt's body. Tiny microrepulsors imbedded in the armor helped to negate the weight of the plating, allowing the Hutt to move about almost unhindered by the battle armor. Often these suits were equipped with a chest-mounted vocabulator, which allowed the Hutt to communicate with their opponent - often with taunts and jibes - during battle. (TF)

Hutt Caravel
a short-range transport ship used by the Hutt crime lords to shuttle between Nal Hutta and Nar Sahddaa. No two caravels are alike, for each Hutt has tried to outdo his brethren in expressing his individuality. There are varying ranges of luxury in the caravels, depending on the Hutt's financial power. Most are basically transports that can be modestly armed. Most caravels have escape pods for their Hutt owners, but none for the crew. (DE1, DESB, EGV)

Hutt Clan of Ancients
this governmental body ruled much of the Hutt society, including the governing of the many worlds within Hutt Space. (GG12, GORW)

Hutt Commerical Laws
these are the rules and regulations that govern the various business that Hutts enacted between clans. Among the many laws are several dealing with the appointment and treatment of Hutt counselors. These particular laws are documented in Section C, subsection 12.4.e. (TFNR)

Hutt Counselor
this position was usually given to a non-Hutt, and refers to an individual who has been appointed to conduct business on behalf of a Hutt ruler or his clan. Each counselor must be well-versed in the complexities of Hutt politics and business. Therefore, a counsleor almost always remains with a single family, rather than try to learn about multiple groups. The counselor must also be unswervingly loyal to the Hutt clan it serves, or risk a quick death. The position of Hutt counselor was created in the wake of the violence which erupted between kajidics during the Old Republic, in an effort to maintain the Hutt society instead of wiping it out. (TFNR)

Hutt Criminal Syndicate
this was the unacknowledged name given to the combined criminal organizations maintained by the many Hutt kajidics. (SWI68)

Hutt Flats
located on the dried-up bed of Lake Anre, this open desert area was located just outside the Mos Espa podracing course made famous by the Boonta Eve Classic. The Flats later served as a section of the noted Mos Espa Circuit, a swoop racing event held annually during the height of the New Order. (RAC, IWE1, SWGAL)

Hutt Floater
the repulsorlift platform that Hutts use to move around, since their bulk and lack of limbs prevents self-locomotion. (ROTJ, DE1)

Hutt Grand Council
this is the primary governing body for the various leaders of the Hutt kajidics. Headquartered on Nal Hutta in a great hall, the Grand Council oversaw the operations of all kajidics without preference. (THG, RD)

Hutt Guardsman's Guild
this was the main guild of beings who were hired by the Hutts to serve as bodyguards and security forces. (BHSW)

Hutt Haven
this tapcaf, located on Coruscant, was where Nawara Ven was directed to meet Hes Glillto. This occurred during the trial of Tycho Celchu, and Ven was hoping that Hes Glillto was really Lai Nootka. Instead, it turned out to be Kirtan Loor, who had agreed to expose every Imperial agent on Coruscant, including the real traitor within Rogue Squadron, in return for a certain level of freedom. (KT)

Hutt Jewelers' Guild
this guild of Hutts specializes in the grading and valuation of gemstones. (TSK)

Hutt Racing Program
this swoop and podracing team, funded by the Hutts, was active in the galaxy during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (LFCW)

Hutt Two-Step, The
this was a baudy bar song that was popular during the last decades of the Old Republic. (GMR7)

natural language spoken by the Hutt race. Note that the Return of the Jedi Radio Dramatization indicates that Jabba's TT-8L security eyeball speaks Twi'leki. (ROTJ, ROJR)

Huttese Ale
developed by the Hutts, this ale had to be consumed quickly, befpre it dissolved the mug in which it was served. (MBS)

a modified CR90 Corvette used by the Empire to escort prison ships. (TIE)

this was starfighter pilot slang for any being who undermined their efforts. (FP)

Hutt's Ambition
this bulk cruiser was part of the Bothan Combat Response Element, during the early years of the New Republic. (E)

Hutt's Last Laugh, The
located in The Blinders district of the port city of Sahl-Evin, "The Laugh" was the primary watering hole for the workers who built starships on the planet Jenenma. The name of the tavern was based on the fact that a Hutt used to run The Blinders for many years, until it simply pulled up its operations and left. The Hutt's criminal organization remained behind, continuing to operate despite the absence of its leader. Located in the rear portion of The Laugh was a large room, large enough to hold a deep fighting pit. The edges of the pit, which was splattered with blood and gore from a myriad of races, were enclosed by panes of starship windows. These protected the beings who watched the fights staged in the pit, while keeping the combatants inside. (WOA19)

this was an expletive used primarily by humans, but universally understood. (DN1)

this was the name used by many beings to describe the weird forms of pornography that were enjoyed by the Hutt race. (T14)

this Ithorian surname was believed to mean "wind", according to historian who studied the Ithorian race. (GCG)

Huulian Starfighter
this spacecraft, known for its long engine nacelles, was outdated during the Old Republic. (IWE1)

this was an extremely potent nerve toxin developed by the Yuuzhan Vong. (EVC)

this was one of the few Tchuukthai ever to be encountered off their native homeworld. (WOTC)

a lower class of Hutt society. (BF)

this canine predator, distinguished by its long body, was native to the savannahs of Dantooine. The females of the species were the hunters, gathering prey for their family groups. (ROD)

this was an Ansionian measurement of distance. (APS)

this man was serving as a Captain in Kelada's starport customs authority during the height of the New Order. Captain Huuvar led the task force that captured Devanna Glynn in Downport, cutting off a supposed cell of Alliance operatives. (GCG)

this Imperial agent, like Generet, was surgically altered so that he resembled a Mon Calamari on the outside. Huv has a great dislike for the Alliance, but his desire for personal recognition and power is stronger than his love for the Empire. He assisted Generet in trying to subvert the Mon Calamari during the Galactic Civil War. (DU)

this Old Republic manufacturer was one of the largest corporations found on the planet Coruscant. (CCW)

this man worked as a barge captain for Tirgee Benyalle, on the planet Kaal, during the early years of the New Republic. When Imperial forces, under the command of Admiral Kermen, tried to take control of the planet, Huvis was shot and killed by an undercover Imperial agent. (SWJ7)

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)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name meant "placid sea". (GCG)

Huxley, Jerf
this heavy-set man was one of the Outer Rim's most successful and notorious smugglers, during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He had been a part of Talon Karrde's vast information network following the peace treaty signed by the New Republic and the Imperial Remnant, but was let go about three years later when Karrde finally decided to get out of the smuggling business. He didn't like the idea of being cut loose, and confronted Karrde's agent, Mara Jade Skywalker, with a demand for 500,000 credits as severence pay. To emphasize his demands, Huxley brought out a working, Clone Wars-vintage droideka to ensure her cooperation. Despite his confidence, Huxley was unprepared for Mara's use of the Force on Sinker, nor for the appearance of her husband, Luke Skywalker. Ultimately, Huxley found himself lucky to be alive. Mara agreed to provide him with 20,000 credits as payment for his services, and Huxley reluctantly agreed to the deal. (SQ)

this was the term used by jerf Huxley to describe the smugglers who worked for him, during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (SQ)

this huge, repulsor-equipped harvesting factory was designed and manufactured by Ubrikkian Industries. It measured 120 meters in length, and required a crew of ten to operate. It could transport up to 120 workers or passengers, and could accommodate up to 20,000 metric tons of cargo. The HV6 was specifically designed to harvest sea life from the ocean, having heavy-duty repulsors to handle rough seas. Its powerful retrieval system could process up to 25 metric tons of fish per day. (SWJ11)

Hvarnec Junior Scout League
this small organization taught the youngsters of Meirm City how to be scouts, and had an annual craft sale in the city. (SSR)

HVP-200 Hover Shopper
this automated cargo skiff was produced for home use by Borliss Automation Concepts, during the height of the New Order. A one-person hovercraft, it was designed to assist homeowners in carrying home their purchases, such as groceries or packages. Measuring two meters in length and with a cargo capactiy of 300 kilograms, the HVP-200 allowed any being to easily transport their groceries and other purchases from store to home. Many of these vehicles were modified to have a swoop engine, making them incredibly fast but hard to manevuer. (GFT, AEG)

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

Hweg Shul
this small settlement is the capital city of the planet Nam Chorios. (POT)

this light freighter was manufactured by the Corellian Engineering Corporation during the decades leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Measuring twenty-nine meters in length, the HWK-290 resembled the head of a large raptor, and required a pilot and co-pilot to operate. It could accommodate up to six passengers and 150 metric tons of cargo. In general, these ships were produced without armament, using speed and maneuverability to escape most troublesome situations. (WOTC)

this name was commonly given to Quarren males, and meant "resolved", "dedicated", or "committed". (GCG)

Hwotha berries
food source native to Dathomir. (CPL)

a group of Alliance containers used to supply Admiral Harkov and the defecting Protector fleet in the Ottega System. (TIE)

this surface-based, planetary defense turbolaser battery was produced by Golan Arms. Known as a Hex battery, this six-barreled unit coulod fire in a variety of patterns to cover a larger area. It required a crew of ten to operate, and needed an immense power generator to maintain its fire. Unlike ion cannons which simply disabled a craft, the HX.6 could simply destroy them. (LOE)

this proximity mine was first produced by Conner Ship Systems during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Though considered outdated by the armies that fought during the Clone Wars, the HX2 mine remained a valuable weapon in the field for many decades. The battle droids of the Separatist armies made extensive use of HX2 mines, in an effort to slow the progress of the Grand Army of the Republic across a battlefield. (LAWS)

this was an abandoned launch platform, located in the Sluis Van System during the eraly decades of the New Republic. (SWI64)

developed by BlasTech, this heavy laser cannon was developed for the Empire, and was designed to operate in aquatic environments. (AIR)

this planet was continually at war with its neighbor, Twith, almost from the beginning of the Old Republic. In what became known as the Hyabb-Twith Campaigns, the ancient Jedi Knights ousted the Nelroni Marauders and freed the planet from their oppression. (TOJC)

Hyabb-Twith Campaigns
this long struggle between the ancient Jedi Knights and the Nelroni Marauders took place more than four millennia before the Battle of Yavin. Despite the obvious benefits it would have brought them, the governments of Hyabb and Twith stayed out of the conflict, ostensibly to avoid retarting their centuries-old feuds. Many Jedi lost their lives over the course of several years, until Arca Jeth discovered the Marauders' base on Voon. The Marauders ambushed the Jedi, but they were no match for the Force. However, only Jeth and a handful of other Jedi survived. Jeth returned to the Hyabb-Twith Corridor with more Jedi, and helped them scatter and eliminate the Nelroni threat. (TOJC)

Hyabb-Twith Corridor
this ancient hyperspace trade route connected the planet Hyabb and Twith. Control of the route was continually under debate, especially after the Nelroni Marauders begin plundering the planets along the Corridor. The ancient Jedi Knights were called in to subdue the Marauders and restore free travel along the Corridor. (TOJC)

a race of intelligent, spider-like creatures. They had strong, jaw-like mandibles, and could exude a poison called srejtpan that could kill a t'landa Til with one drop. (RD)

this man once owned an MGL-1 micro-grenade launcher, until the weapon jammed and nearly exploded in his hands. (GUN)

Hyb, Mal
this human was a member of Barada's repulsorpool crew. She was one of his most competent workers, especially skilled with a welding torch. (TJP)

Hyber Canyon
this box canyon was located on the planet Jabiim. During the months following the Battle of Jabiim, Separatist forces on the planet were trapped in the canyon by a group of Loyalist rebels led by Orliss Gillmunn. Rather than spending any military effort on a futile battle, the Nationalists unleashed a deadly virus on the Loyalists, wiping them out before they could launch their own attack. (SWESF)

this was the model number of a series of navigational computers produced by Microaxial. (SCRE, SL)

Slayn & Korpil hyperdrive motivator used on the B-Wing. (XW)

this Rodian served aboard the FarStar as a computer slicer. (KO)

Hydek Ro
this was a noted individual in the history of the Paigun race. (GORW)

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