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this was the name of a noted Tiss'sharl individual. (UANT)

this was a name that was common among the Sanyassan race. (UANT)

Lurze Kesh
this Rodian was a noted dealer of spice, who worked from a base in the city of Dreshdae, on the planet Korriban, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Many of his underworld contacts came from Davik Kang or Motta the Hutt. (KOTOR)

a red-gold Chironian child being held on Hethrir worldcraft, Lusa quickly makes friends with Jaina Solo while they are confined to the Empire Youth camp. Lusa's limited Force sensitivity leads her to be culled from the children and sold into slavery. She has a number of small white spots, and is just getting her horns when she is sold as a slave. She eventually is freed with the other children, and was at one time a student at Luke Skywalker's Jedi Academy on Yavin 4. She was captured, along with several other non-human students and assistants, by the Diversity Alliance and held on Ryloth. She was rescued by Jaina and Jacen Solo, and testified against the Diversity Alliance on Coruscant. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Lusa was one of the first Jedi Knights to be killed by a voxyn. She had been at home on Chiron, enjoying a brief vacation from a mission when she was run down and killed. (CS, TEP, SBS)

this planet was supposedly the site of an Imperial prisoner reconditioning facility used by Ysanne Isard. It was later revealed, after the New Republic liberated Coruscant, that Lusankya was simply a prison facility built into the carcass of the Super-class Star Destroyer Lusankya, which was buried beneath Imperial City. The prisoner barracks, interrogation facilities, and office spaces were located within the Star Destroyer, while a mining operation was established in the crust of the planet. It was here that Isard interrogated and tortured her prisoners, all the while conditioning them to react to certain code phrases. When she was satisfied that the prisoners were ready to be released, she removed any memories of their captivity except for the fact that they were at Lusankya. Then, when the prisoners later heard the code phrase, they began mumbling about "Lusankya" before becoming living time bombs and causing great amounts of damage, usually to New Republic locations. If a prisoner could not be turned to her conditioning, they were consigned to the mines, breaking big rocks into smaller rocks for months and years on end. This was deisgned to break any non-cooperative subjects until they might be trainable in the future. The mines were constructed with a gravity-inversion field in place to disorient the miners. The entire complex was located near the Galactic Museum. (XWN, WG, KT)

this Super-class Star Destroyer, built at Kuat Drive Yards under the name Executor, was hidden by Emperor Palpatine in a drydock located beneath Imperial City on Coruscant. A series of huge, hexagonal lift cells held the ship ready for deployment. The razing of vast areas of Coruscant's surface, the ship's construction, and its subsequent burial with additional levels of cityscape, had to be masked from the populace by the Emperor Palpatine and the use of the Dark Side of the Force. It was completed just before the Battle of Endor. The first person the Emperor let onto the ship was Ysanne Isard, and she loved the ship from that point on. Much of the ship's internal systems were given special override commands which allowed only Isard to gain access to them. After Palpatine's death at Endor, Isard used it to house the prisoners of war still held by the Empire, including Jan Dodonna, Tycho Celchu, and Corran Horn. When the Krytos virus was defeated and Tycho Celchu was found innocent of Corran Horn's death, Isard decided that it was time to leave. She used the Lusankya's turbolasers to destroy the city above it, then lifted free of its lift cells. It then punished the planetary shields and escaped from Coruscant, fleeing to Thyferra. The Lusankya was then placed under the command of Joak Drysso, who tried to destroy the space station used by Rogue Squadron near Yag'Dhul. He barely escaped, and returned to Thyferra. The Lusankya was then placed between the planet and the Rogues' forces as the Battle of Thyferra ensued. However, the surprise of having the Avarice - now under New Republic flags but still commanded by Sair Yonka - and the Virulence - now commanded by Booster Terrik - start shooting at the larger ship left the Lusankya badly damaged. Drysso threatened to ram the dying ship into the planet Thyferra, but he was shot by one of his Lieutenants. The Lieutenant, Waroen, surrendered to Wedge Antilles and the crew was allowed to defect or leave Imperial service. Wedge, the de facto Captain of the huge ship, took the opportunity to marry Corran Horn and Mirax Terrik aboard the Lusankya, preventing any resistance from Booster Terrik, Mirax's father. The remains of the ship were moved around to several Republic shipyards until it was finally placed in drydock at Bilbringi, once those shipyards were converted after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. Despite the core wipe of the ship's computer system, many of the coded accesses placed by Ysanne Isard remained. It was nearly completed when Ysanne Isard herself reappeared, hoping to take control of the ship for her own ends. Booster, Mirax, and Iella Wessiri were able to discover Isard's motives, and had a full force of armed soldiers waiting for her when she arrived. Isard was killed in a struggle with Iella, and the Lusankya remained in the hands of the New Republic. Several secret chambers were discovered during her refit, and they were modified by New Republic engineers to serve as biocontainment areas. Thus, the Lusankya became less of a warship and more of a research vessel. Wedge Antilles was eventually given command of the ship for a special task for he commanded, but he retained his position within Starfighter Command. Wedge commanded the huge ship in the defense of the planet Phaeda against Commander Vivant and the Steadfast. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, the Luskanya was part of the defense fleet assigned to protect Coruscant. When the capital planet was taken by the alien invaders, Commander Eldo Davip escaped the destruction and regrouped with the small fleet at Borleias. After successfully defending the planet from the Yuuzhan Vong's initial strikes, Davip and Antilles began taking the huge ship apart for what would become known as Operation Emperor's Spear. Weapons emplacements were removed and placed on smaller ships, and large portions of the interior were gutted. The resulting construction, known as the Beltway, became a huge needle-shaped ramming device. As the final defense of Borleias ground on, the Lusankya took heavy damage which ate away at the ship's surface and gradually revealed the needle underneath. Commander Davip then used all remaining engine power to drive the ship into the Yuuzhan Vong worldship in orbit around the planet. Just before impact, Davip managed to escape in a small shuttle. The Lusankya drove deep into the ship, causing huge amounts of damage before both ships exploded and died. (KT, BW, IR, SOA, CE, EL2)

this hulking man was one of the many Jabiimi Loyalists who fought against the Imperial occupation of his homeworld during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. When Leia Organa and Luke Skywalker arrived on Jabiim to support the Loyalists, Luscen was placed in charge of the holding cell that contained Leia and Nera Dantels, after Luke had been captured because of his relationship to Anakin Skywalker. When a group of Imperial stormtroopers attacked the Loyalist headquarters, Luscen was shot and killed when a detachment discovered the prisoners. His death gave Captain Dantels time to shoot the stormtroopers, allowing the Alliance agents to escape. (SWESF)

a planet (SWSB)

Lushros Dofine
this Neimoidian was appointed the Captain of the Invisible Hand, after General Grievous took command of the ship from Nute Gunray, during the height of the Clone Wars. The latest in a long line of wealthy and influential Neimoidians, Lushros Dofine on the bridge when the Invisible Hand was boarded by Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, during the First Battle of Corusant. (SWDB)

Luskin's Landing
this was the name given to the hangar bay located within Exovar's Emporium, on the planet Neftali. (WSV)

this was one of the older forms of lightsaber combat practiced by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic. (LEV)

Lus-Nati Fellaus
this Cerean ambassador was assassinated by Melo Centris, although security records indicated that the only being to visit Ambassador Fellaus was his sister. Retinal scans proved this, despite the fact that Fellaus' sister was halfway across the galaxy at the time of his murder. (WOTC)

Lusoff, Rickard
this man lived on the planet Dantooine during the era of the Great Sith War. When his good friend Handon Guld learned that his wife was having an affair with Calder Nettic, Lusoff helped Guld carry out the murder of Calder. Although they succeeded, both were later arrested and placed in jail by the Jedi Knight Bolook. (KOTOR)

this common Zabrak surname meant "fuel merchant". (GCG)

this female Sullustan attended the New Republic's starfighter training course along with Lara Notsil. They were wingmen on several training simulation runs, during which Lara was continually trying to cause problems in order to gain the attention of Atton Repness. (IF)

Luster, The
this opulent café was located near the Unified Legislature building, in the capital city of New Apsolon, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (CTV)

this name was common among the Nagai race. (GMR1)

Lusubrin T'shkali
this Nagai warrior was known as Brin, although little else was known about him. He first appeared on an amateur night at The Broken Tusk, where he signed up to fight in the Dool Arena. He quickly demonstrated a style of fighting unseen in that part of the galaxy, employing straight-forward tactics that overcame the underhanded strategies of his opponents. A handsome figure with silver sigils tattooed on his neck and a royal violet crest tattooed around his left eye, Brin became a favorite with female patrons. (WSV)

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)

this was one of the Alliance's MC80a cruisers, active during the years following the Battle of Yavin. (TIE)

this is a musical instrument that it alternately strummed and blown. (THG)

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

this planet was the homeworld of the Lutrillian race, and was located in the Yarith Sector of the galaxy. It was a planet covered with endlessly flat, barren plains, the result of a millennia-long drought that evaporated its shallow seas and left behind only a few oases. The Lutrillians evolved as nomads, moving from oasis to oasis to ensure a continual supply of water. Most of the cities found on the planet were created to be mobile, with huge wheel systems connected to immense drives. (WOA33)

this race of humanoids, whose large faces were dominated by wide-set eyes and fuzzy jowls, was native to the planet Lutrillia. They had small ears and a wide, flat nose. Because most of the planet's water supply evaporated during an incredibly long drought, the Lutrillians evolved as nomads, moving across the planet's surface in search of water. To this end, the Lutrillians engineered their cities to be mobile, capable of moving from oasis to oasis. (CCG5, WOA33)

Lutrillian Cross
this short, hyperspace pathway connected Lutrillia to Mijos, bypassing the Kiax Nebula and connecting with the Corellian Trade Spine. (WOA33)

this was the capital city of the planet Tynna. (HNN5)

Lutris Lake
this was one of the largest inland bodies of water found on the planet Tynna, located near the planetary capital of Lutris. (HNN5)

Luudrian Lockjaw
this was a species of creature known for its ferocious tenacity. (WSV)

Luudrian Star
this was the name of Tru'eb Cholakk's freighter. It was a modified Ghtroc 720 freighter, and was purchased by Tru'eb with the credits Platt Okeefe paid him following their escape from Big Quince. It was armed with a pair of mass drive cannons. Note that the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issue 2 denotes this ship as aClass 729 freighter. (SWJ2, SWJ8, CRO)

this surname was common among the Sullustan race, and meant "musician" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name meant "sunlight". (GCG)

Luuq Two
this planet was known for its beautiful, deep canyons. (UF)

Luur Tenefor
this was the name of a noted Adarian individual. (UANT)

Luurian Genetic Enclave
this group of genetic experts was allied with the Old Republic's Ministry of Science, and was instrumental in the development of vaccines which rendered many of the Separatist bio-weapons harmless, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. (SWI66)

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

a Yaka cyborg, he found work as a programmer on his homeworld. When he took his family on a planetary tour, they were attacked by pirates. They pirates stole his children, and Luwingo tried to track them down. However, travel throughout the galaxy often requires the use of a starship. When he first met Lo Khan, he tried to save Lo Khan's life by eliminating the goons tracking him. In return, Luwingo felt that Lo Khan would owe him passage on his starship. Though Luwingo eliminated one set of goons before they got to Lo Khan, Spadda had sent another group. Luwingo again saved Lo Khan, and the two have been partners ever since. In between infrequent smuggling runs, Luwingo has continued to search for his family, using his cyborg brain to selectively recall memories of the abduction. (DE1, DESB)

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

this modified seeker droid was the primary security force used by Doctor Lytos Urtell to protect The Glow Dome, on Adarlon. A former police droid, Lux was reprogrammed by Doctor Urtell to monitor the clientele for potential troublemakers. Doctor Urtell created Lux because the droid's body resembled one of the many floating holoprojectors used to create light shows within the Glow Dome. This allowed Lux to operate without any of the patrons realizing it was close by. Lux was programmed to be a tough, no-nonsense enforcer, and was armed with a MSD-32 disrupter and a Persuader stun gun. (WSV)

this enclosed, sleek-bodied landspeeder was produced by MandalMotors. It was propelled by a pair of outboard engine pods. (NEGV)

this pink-skinned, near-human woman lived on Citadel Station, orbiting the planet Telos, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. She was believed to be working for Loppak Slusk and The Exchange, although she was plotting to have him killed so that she could take over Citadel Station's branch of The Exchange. (KOTOR2)

Luxan Personal Armaments, Ltd.
manufacturers of blaster weapons, like the Penetrator. (TFNR, ROE)

Luxe Flightwing
this luxury cruiser was produced in limited numbers during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was a rare and beautiful ship, and almost every being who saw one remembered it distinctly. The nose of the ship had a distinct curve to it, and the cruiser's wings foled back like a bird's in flight. The hull was made from a rare, white ore. (JQ8)

Luxior 7
a planet. (XWA)

this garishly opulent personal yacht was developed and manufactured by Kothlis Systems during the early years of the New Republic. Many of these ships were produced for Bothan dignitaries and politicians, and served as a status symbol. (SBS)

this was one of the many crystals used by the ancient Sith Lords in the construction of a lightsaber. It was believed to have given the wielder the ability to damage a droid opponent. Luxum crystals were formed from the minerals that were found in the waters of Lake Natth, on the planet Ambria. It took long hours of meditation to create one of these crystals, which were used almost exclusively by the Dark Jedi of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

LuxurPort Zisparanza
this Ubrikkian luxury landspeeder was archetypical of such vehicles. It measured 11.2 meters in length, and had space for up to eight passengers. Its interior was almost absurd in its appointments, including scarlet greel wood wall panelling and chrome accents. (CSA)

Luxury 2800
this SoroSuub luxury space yacht was the precursor to the PLY 3000. It had the same basic shape and layout, but was smaller in size. It measured 37 meters in length, and requried a pilot to operate. It could transport up to eight passengers and 50 metric tons of cargo. (SWJ11)

Luxury 3000
see PLY 3000 (PP)

Luxury 5000
this was one of the many luxury yachts produced by SoroSuub during the last years of the New Order and into the era of the New Republic. The Luxury 5000 had a crescent-shaped hull, with the main engine array located at the center of the crescent. The forward-facing mandibles curved forward, and the cockpit was located just forward of the engines. This craft measured sixty-five meters in length. (GMR4)

Luxury Cruiser 200
this SoroSuub personal yacht was designed with entertainment in mind. It measured 100 meters in length, and required a pilot and co-pilot to operate. It could transport up to 28 passengers with ease, and had room for 15 metric tons of cargo and three months' worth fo supplies. (PP)

Luxury on the Inner Rim
this travel guide provided information on the most luxurious places to visit in the galaxy's Inner Rim. This guide was produced on a regular basis during the Old Republic, although production stopped when the Clone Wars began, and Luxury on the Inner Rim remained out of print during the New Order. (PH)

Luxury Shuttle 001
this was the formal name of the SoroSuub Ambassador-class shuttle. (SWJ3)

Luxury-class Shuttle
one of several transportation ships used by Tinta Lines. It has several cabins denoted by price, such as the Premier cabin. (IJ)

this tentacled alien race joined the New Republic. (TNR)

meaning "positive" - or, more literally, "full", in reference to a phase of Rodian's moon - 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 obstacle is often found at the end of a swoopchasing race course, and is the spectator favorite because it involves water. The Luzitall is formed into a deep, water-filled ravine, and the zig-zagging, hairpin turns are labeled with repulsor buoys. All along the course, nozzles and jets force tons of water outward as the racers pass through the ravine, often unseating riders before they could react. In addition, turbines are used to churn the surface of the water, which forced racers to continually adjust their ride height. (BSS)

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

a series of slow-processor droids. (TJP)

L'varren, Dictio
a native of the planet Alderaan, this man was the New Republic's ambassador to the planet Indu San. He had been away from Alderaan when it was destroyed by the first Death Star, and immediately joined the Alliance as an ambassador to other worlds. L'varren was present on Indu San, hoping to sway the Indu Council to join the New Republic, when Shek Barayel was assassinated. L'varren did everything he could to help with the investigation into Barayel's death. (SWJ6)

Lweilot Asteroid Belt
this 90-million-kilometer wide asteroid belt was located in the Bseto System, between Indikir and Sarahwiee. (SWJ6)

this hot, jungle-covered planet was the home world of the Ssi-ruuk and P'w'eck races, and was the center of the Ssi-ruuvi Imperium. The jungles of Lwhekk were broken by spired cities which appeared to be quite fragile against the jungle. The average day on Lwhekk lasted 32 standard hours, and its years encompassed 344 local days. The planet Lwhekk was captured by the Yuuzhan Vong during the height of their invasion of the galaxy, as part of a plan to establish a foothold along the borders of the Unknown Regions. The Yuuzhan Vong then hatched an elaborate plan to capture Bakura as well, playing on the Bakurans' fear of the Ssi-ruuk by sending a P'w'eck emissary to negotiate an alliance. (TB, TBSB, FH2)

Lwhekk-class Manufacturing Ship
this Ssi-ruuvi starship was a battleground manufacturing platform. One of these massive ships was sent to Bakura. The Lwhekk-class ship measured 624 meters in length, and was crewed by 300 Ssi-ruuk officers, 126 Ssi-ruuk gunners, 1,000 P'w'eck crewers, and 7,500 P'w'eck laborers. Although this ship was armed with three tubrolaser batteries and 20 tractor beam projectors, it was often escorted by Wurrif-class cruisers because all of the Lwhekk-class's power was directed to the manufacture of Swarm-class battle droids. The interior of the Lwhekk-class Manufacturing Ship was filled with factories and foundries, and its cargo holds could transport up to 30,000 metric tons of raw materials or up to 2,000 battle droids. (EGV, TBSB)

this P'w'eck arrived on Bakura as the advance leader of the P'w'eck Emancipation Movement, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Outwardly, Lwothin was representing his people in an effort to form an alliance with the Bakurans, which would allow both races and planets to exist together, outside the auspices of the New Republic. In reality, he was merely a puppet of his Ssi-ruuk masters, who themselves were being controlled by the Yuuzhan Vong. Lwothin was nothing more than a figurehead and puppet, who did exactly what the Keeramak ordered him to do. However, the Keeramak and its Ssi-ruuvi cohorts didn't anticipate the desire for independence of their P'w'eck assistants. After the Solo family and the surviving members of the Freedom movement were brought before the Keeramak, Lwothin was ordered to shoot them dead. Instead, Lwothin turned his weapon to shoot and kill the Keeramak, ending the plot to subjugate Bakura. His actions inspired the rest of the P'w'eck contingency at Bakura, resulting in the overtaking of the cruisers Firrinree and Errinung'ka before the Bakuran fleet could be destroyed. In the wake of the P'w'eck uprising, Lwothin agreed to ally the P'w'eck with the Bakurans in a common defense against their enemies, with the strength and support of the Galactic Alliance backing them up. (FH2)

this strikingly beautiful woman, distinguished by her long, pale blond hair and elegant face, was Roa's wife. She never seemed to age, as Han Solo noticed when he bumped into Roa and Lwyll on Bonadan. Lwyll was born to a dirt-poor family of migrant laborers, and fought tooth and nail to drag herself up out of that life and make something of herself. She was just as pretty as her sisters, but she had enough common sense to search out the right man, rather than falling for every guy she met. Her main talents seemed to be in singing anf acting, and her career led her to becoming a lounge singer. At one gig, she met the smugglr Roa, whom she had noticed in the audience many times. When she learned that he kept coming back to hear her sing, she fell in live with him - hard. Despite his slightly-illegal business, she worked hard to maintain the relationship. After Roa gave up smuggling, they lived in peace for many years, enjoying the prosperity of the New Republic. Unfortunately, they were caught on Atzerri during the initial wave of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. Roa managed to escape, but Lwyll was killed in the attack. Roa later learned that the planet had been infiltrated by the Yuuzhan Vong with the help of the Peace Brigade, and he set out to find the Brigade and destroy them. (HSR, CSA, HT)

this was the name given by Roa to his hand-built, one-man fighter. A modified Redthorn-class scoutship, it saw duty during the Battle of Nar Shaddaa. Roa, seeing the Peacekeeper could not bring its engine on-line, began peppering the dying ship with laser fire from the Lwyll. When the larger ship impacted the planetary shield protecting Nar Shaddaa, the Lwyll was caught in the back-blast and propelled toward the moon's surface. Roa barely managed to keep the ship under control as it plummeted into the ground, and escaped from the ship shortly before it exploded. (THG)

this woman, a native of Cularin, went mad after her husband Nder was killed in their home when a group of Jedi Knights mistakenly attacked it, during the height of the Clone Wars. (LFCW)

one of MerrSonn Munitions' laser-flechette mines. They are recognizable by the concave external surface of the mine emplacement, which absorbs the energy when the mine explodes. When detonated, the mines release huge amounts of energy which is absorbed by the concave surface and expelled by small laser diodes as tiny blaster bolts. (IJ)

one of MerrSonn's first self-detonating mines, these weapons used special sensors to determine the proximity of a target, and then trigger their detonators. These weapons were disarmable via commlink hook-up. They were thought to be secure, but members of the Alliance on Calonica discovered their disarming codes and rendered them harmless. They then stole the charges and replaced the mines. (ISB)

MerrSonn's self-detonating perimeter mine, these proton weapons were buried a half-meter below the surface. Thermal gravity-sensitive sensors tell the weapon when a large vehicle or person is near, and triggers the detonator. The LX-4 is a refitted proton torpedo warhead, and make up for the LX-2's failings by being impossible to disarm. This causes problems for the Empire as well, since they cannot be stored easily. (ISB)

this was a powerful set of articulated legs used in the construction of combat droids and other automata, during the the final years of the Old Republic. (VD3)

this was an anti-infantry missile emplacement produced by MerrSonn during the Galactic Civil War. (HAS)

this assassin droid worked with Jasta Finn during the early years of the New Republic. LXC-3TF was armed with a portable proton torpedo launcher and a blaster cannon. (POC)

this was a model of concussion grenade produced by SoroSuub for many decads. It first saw use during the Clone Wars, and remained in production until the height of the Galactic Civil War. (LAWS)

this was one of the many family names used by the Bothan people. It translated loosely to "singer" or "muscian". (GCG, WOTC)

this is the name of the traditional Twi'leki weapon used in armed combat. It is a tall, staff-like shaft with a vibroblade at the top. Tradition demands that the lyaer'tsa be used to inflict non-lethal injuries. (XWBT)

this female Ishi Tib and her friend, Zelara, were among the many independent spacers who became Joiners during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Although Zelara wanted to have a good time with Luke Skywalker, Lyari discovered that he had a wife and son, and became angry at his interruption of their fun. (DN1)

Lyat Tsayv
see Liat Tsayv. (UANT)

located in the Bajic Sector, this yellow star was the central body of the Lybeya System. This system was best-known as the location of the Vergesso Asteroid field, which was a collection of five distinct belts of planetary debris. Ororo Transportation had a hidden shipyard there. When Xizor was trying to punish Ororo for infiltrating Black Sun's spice trade, Xizor provided the location of the shipyards to Darth Vader, telling the Dark Lord that the location was an Alliance shipyard. Vader destroyed the shipyard. (SE, SPG)

Lybeya System
this Bajic Sector star system orbited the star Lybeya, and was best-known for the Vergesso Asteroid Field. (SPG)

this tall humanoid was a Dark Jedi who roamed the galaxy during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Lycan was distinguished by his canine face, a toothy maw, and the thick barbels that hung from the corners of his mouth. Lycan's skin was an unusual shade of gray, which seemed to darken in color depending on the light. The thumb and forefinger on each of his hands was tipped with a long claw. Shortly after the Battle of Naboo, Lycan was captured by a Jedi Knight and was being transported to Coruscant for imprisonment. He managed to escape during the trip and attacked the Jedi, causing their ship to crash on a sparsely-settled world. Lycan escaped the burning ship and discovered a homestead, where he was confronted by a young boy known as Neas Nyl. The young boy defended his home bravely, as his father Darca was out investigating the crash. Neas managed to get off a single shot with his father's blaster, catching Lycan in the left temple and causing irreparable damage to his left eye and part of his brain. In his anger at being shot, Lycan killed the young boy and fled the planet. He roamed the galaxy for several weeks, but the wounds he suffered caused him many problems. In addition to a strange inability to remain sane, Lycan also found that he couldn't control the Force, and often lashed out in anger whenever he was confronted. This often resulted in death and destruction to his immediate environment, although Lycan remembered little of his role in them. Lycan found himself being pursued across the Outer Rim Territories by Darca Nyl, but knew through the Force that he was also pursing Darca Nyl, because the Force told Lycan that Nyl to a remote world called Molavar. In a cave on Molavar, Lycan realized that he had forgotten who he was, and when Darca provided his name, Lycan felt the missing pieces of his mind slip back into place. He believed that he was now free to do as he wished, and taunted Darca with claims that he was now Lycan's "father," as Lycan himself was reborn. However, in his haste to kill Darca, Lycan failed to realize that the cave in which they confronted each other had been mined by Darca earlier. As Lycan gloated, Darca set off the charges, trapping Lycan beneath tons of rubble and ending his reign of terror. (T21, T22, T23, T24)

Lycinder Plain
this broad valley was located at the foot of Mount Avos, on the planet Troiken. (SHW)

this quarantine enforcement cruiser patrolled the Meridian Sector for the New Republic, after Seti Ashgad and Dzym unleashed the Death Seed plague. It intercepted the freighter Zicreex, which was transporting R2-D2, C-3PO, and Yarbolk Yemm to Cybloc XII. The captain of the Zicreex, a Gamorrean named Ugmush, had stopped to try and salvage the exploded hulk of the Empyrean when the Lycoming arrived on the scene. The Lycoming's captain - a Gotal female - had received a distress call from the Empyrean and was investigating. (POT)

Lydenn Carridon
this Seikoshan crimelord was one of Janelle Serap's chief rivals during the early years of the New Republic. (POC)

Lyjan, Ariss
this man served the Empire as the Moff of Nuiri Sector during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He was notorious for his love of gambling, which often got him into financial as well as political trouble. He was lucky enough to be considered a friend of Grand Moff Tarkin, and so he enjoyed a modicum of favor with the Emperor. (WSV)

this was a common name among the Kilmaulsi race. (GORW)

this strange, insectoid predator was native to the planet Ryloth. It had three pairs of chitin-plated legs, but also had a pair of spined tentacles which it used for arms. The tail was much like that of a scorpion, which was held curled over the body and had a stinger at the end. The stinger could inject a potent poison, which the lylek used to incapacitate its prey. The lylek was one of the very few creatures that could survive in the Bright Lands of Ryloth, but were equally comfortable in deep caves, where it searched for its prey. (EGP, GORW)

Lyll, Darak
this Alderaanian was part of that planet's minimal underground. He was known among the criminal element to be a source for spice and other substances. Darak was a tall, elderly man with graying hair and a growing paunch. A young Han Solo once tried to unload some stolen glitterstim to Darak, but the man declined on the grounds that it was extremely hard to sell it on Alderaan. (TPS)

Lyme's Rose Juice
this was a fragrant liquer that was fermented with rose petals. (LCM)

a small city located on the planet Zelos II, on the eastern coast of Galleros. (PG2)

this man was one of Imperial Lord Dixton's personal secretaries. (SWCP)

this was a common name given to Twi'lek females, and meant "snow" in the Twi'leki language. (GCG)

Lyn Me
this voluptuous Twi'lek female with chalk-white skin was one of Jabba the Hutt's favorite dancers, often performing with Rystall and Greeata as part of the Max Rebo Twelve. She was from a head clan on Ryloth that once hired Boba Fett to protect them from slavers, and she eventually fell in love with the bounty hunter. Among her earliest memories is that of Boba Fett rescuing a group of Twi'leki children after the slavers set fire to their school. She was unaware of the fact that Fett had been hired by her father, a wealthy crimelord, to protect her, and that he considered the rescue little more than a job. From that point on, though, Lyn Me scoured the newsnets for information on Boba Fett, and was actually something of an authority on the bounty hunter's career. She used her skills as a Twi'lek dancer to get off Rodia, and was eventually approached by Max Rebo to join the small group of dancers that accompanied his band. She secretly hoped that her position in the band owuuld get her closer to locating Fett. Her luck reached its highest when the Max Rebo Twelve was contracted to play at Jabba's palace shortly after Boba Fett accepted a position working for Jabba. She longed to see the bounty hunter, and only got a brief chance before Luke Skywalker arrived to rescue Han Solo and Leia Organa. In the wake of Jabba's death, and the disappearance of Boba Fett into the Sarlacc Pit, Lyn Me and Greeata barely managed to save the band. After the death of Jabba, Lyn Me vowed to exact revenge on Han Solo and Luke Skywalker for killing her hero. Only after Fett reappeared several years later did she drop her vendetta against Solo and Skywalker, and she set out once again to locate the bounty hunter. (RJSE, CCG9, MTSE, SWDB, SWI67)

Lyn Sekla
this female Twi'lek tried to make a living as a dancer on the planet Taris, during the era of the Great Sith War. She auditioned for the Starlight Dancers just before the planet was destroyed by Darth Malak. (KOTOR)

Lyn, Arden
this woman was a former teras kasi master and a member of the Followers of Palawa warriors who flocked to support the Kashi Mer exile, Xendor. During the First Great Schism, Arden Lyn was defeated in battle by the Jedi Master Awdrysta Pina, who used the mortichro technique to still Arden's heart. Her connection to the Dark Side of the Force kept her alive, and Arden Lyn eventually awoke, shortly after the Jedi Purge of Emperor Palpatine. She was captured as a Force-sensitive by High Inquisitor Tremayne, but injured him and killed Inquisitor Ameesa Darys in her escape. She was later captured again, this time by Inquisitor Torbin, who was forced to cut off her arm in the struggle. Torbin kept her alive, recognizing that she had some connection to the Dark Side of the Force, and brought her before Palpatine. She became one of the Emperor's Hands, and was summoned by Darth Vader to lead an assault team against the Alliance. Their goal was to defeat the leaders of the Alliance in one-on-one combat. In the wake of the Battle of Yavin, however, Arden Lyn defected from Imperial service and started training her own students. She even tried to help rogue Admiral Zaarin kidnap Palpatine, but Inquisitor Tremayne thwarted the attempt. Arden Lyn fled, hoping to locate an ancient Kashi Mer talisman which would bring her power enough to defeat the Empire. (MTK, ECH, GMR5)

this Outer Rim world is the seventh planet in the Atrig System. It is a frigid world covered with ice and frozen methane, and has no moons. (PG2)

an Imperial Grand Moff who controlled the section of the galaxy containing M'haeli, Lynch and Ranulf Trommer's father were friends. This association, followed by the heroism of Ranulf at Aguarl 3, caused Lynch to post Ranulf on M'haeli, ostensibly to be Governor Grigor's aide, but also to keep tabs on the Governor's doings. (ROC)

Lynciro Corporation
this small corporation was based in the Greater Javin area of the galaxy, where it maintained a number of private resorts and casinos. (WOA34)

this was a species of vicious predator. (MBS)

Lynn, Ash
this young woman was one of the first Coruscant youths to joined COMPNOR, following the Jedi Rebellion and the end of the Clone Wars. She aroused suspicion in Inquisitor Tremayne's eyes, however, when her background check revealed certain inconsistencies. (EAR)

this near-human female was the Captain and owner of the Starbound Misfit, a modified YT-1930 transport purchased for her by Talandro Starlyte and modified by his friend, Scizzic. Starlyte asked her to leave the life of an independent captain and stay with him on Starlyte Station, but she politely refused. Unlike most near-humans, Lynnori's species was unusual in that it barely resembled base human stock. Her features were feline, with pointed ears, clawed hands, and a down covering of striped fur. (WSV)

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