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Coast Line
this was the name of the monorail line which ran along the coastline of Estalle Island, on Procopia. It was intersected by the Crosstown line, allowing quicker access to certain locations. (LOE)

a Bith bounty hunter hired by Zorba the Hutt to impersonate Bithabus the Mystifier and capture Princess Leia. (QE)

Cobalt Station
this was one of many frontier outposts located on the planet Jabiim, during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was here that Alto Stratus hoped to launch a final, massive assault on the forces of the Republic which had come to liberate Jabiim from Separatist control, during the height of the Clone Wars. (RBJ)

Cobble Stone Square
this was the primary city located on the planet Sacorria. (EGP)

Cobblestone Square
located in Dorthus Tal City, on the planet Sacorria, this was a pedestrian mall which was bounded by a variety of shops and restaurants. Much of the city's old-fashioned architecture was on display in the Square, making it a thriving tourist destination. (CCW)

this Saffa worked for Gamgalon as a Morodin-safari leader on Varonat. (TE)

Coberra, Jaspin
this man, a native of Coruscant's CoCo District, was one of the first beings to recognize that parking space on the planet was being outmoded, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

this blind fish lived in the cold, subterranean rivers of the planet Almas. (WOTC)

Cobolt Offensive
this Alliance military offensive involved the theft of an Imperial scandoc coding computer and the destruction of the base it was stolen from. Using a variant of the Erasmus gambit, Alliance soldiers infiltrated Imperial supplys ships to gain access to the base and knock out its shields. A good number of the Alliance's best soldiers died making the offensive a success. (RASB)

one of Lando Calrissian's early starships, he owned it before he obtained the Luck Lady. Lando obtained the Cobra shortly after losing the Millennium Falcon to Han Solo, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. Lando used the ship to cover part of the huge wager he made in the sabacc match in which her won Cloud City from Baron Dominic Raynor. (EGC, T3)

this shuttle was owned by Lando Calrissian, during the years following the Battle of Endor. It resembled the Imperial Lambda-class shuttle, without the top fin. (LTA1, MC79)

this was the name of the most powerful crime family on the planet Frego, during the decades leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The Cobral, as they were known, took control of the planet from a morally corrupt government, and for a short time they lowered taxes and provided higher wages for the native Fregans. The Cobral could do this because much of their income was based on the black market sales of drugs and weapons. The Fregans, long oppressed under the previous government, welcomed the Cobral with open arms. The power of the Cobral was almost absolute on Frego, although few of the family's leaders demanded very much. This started to change for the worst after the death of Zanita Cobral's husband, when her son Solan assumed control of the family. Solan was a bully, and made sure everyone knew it. Solan was believed to have murdered his own brother, Rutin, in order to keep Rutin from exposing the illegal activities of the Cobral. He also kidnapped his mother in order to lure Lena Cobral into a trap, but Lena managed to escape with the help of Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. When Lena reached Coruscant and testified against the family, the Galactic Senate had the Cobral family removed from power and arrested for their crimes. (TOW)

Cobral, Bard
this man was the brother of Rutin and Solan Cobral, and was a native of the planet Frego. Bard was the middle brother of the three. Bard was loyal to Solan, and was instrumental in the kidnapping of their mother, Zanita, for use as bait in a trap to capture Lena Cobral and Mica. While Mica was killed, Lena managed to escape the trap and travel to Coruscant, where she testifed against the Cobral. Solan and Bard were both arrested, and the family was removed from power. (TOW)

Cobral, Lena
this young woman was the widow of Rutin Cobral, and was a native of the planet Frego. Lena was just a teenager when she married Rutin, and was not yet twenty when he was killed. She agreed to testify during the investigation into Rutin's murder, as well as to provide information on the Cobral family's criminal empire, but had to be escorted to Coruscant by Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi. She explained to the Jedi that she had not known Rutin was the heir to the Cobral family organization, and that she hoped to complete his quest to expose the Cobral family as criminals. She bravely faced the death of Rutin, as well as that of her cousin Mica, in order to escape from Frego with the Jedi Knights. When they arrived on Coruscant, the trio discovered that Senator Crote of Frego had been involved with the Cobral, and provided evidence against him to the Senate. After the Cobral were arrested for their crimes, Lena agreed to return to Frego and help the transitional government settle into place. Before she could leave, however, Lena was attacked by Zanita Cobral. Zanita had been the true leader of the Cobral family all along, and she held Lena personally responsible for the loss of Rutin and the imprisonment of Solan and Bard. Zanita managed to knock Lena senseless, but was unable to kill her before Obi-Wan interceded. Zanita took her own life, instead of being arrested. (TOW)

Cobral, Rutin
this man, a native of the planet Frego, was a member of the Cobral criminal organization. About fourteen years before the Battle of Naboo, Rutin married his wife, Lena, after decicing that he wanted to get out of the criminal lifestyle. Senator Crote of Frego even hinted that Rutin would have testified against his own family. However, Rutin was murdered three years after his marriage. The only witness to his murder was believed to have been his wife, Lena, who agreed to testify during the investigation of his murder. At the time of his death, Rutin was in line to succeed his father as the leader of the Cobral family, a position which would have made him the nominal leader of the planet. Instead, the leadership of the Cobral family passed to Rutin's older brother, Solan. (TOW)

Cobral, Solan
a native of the planet Frego, this man became the leader of the Cobral family's criminal organization when his father died and his younger brother, Rutin, was murdered, some eleven years before the Battle of Naboo. Solan was distinguished from his brother in that he was completely bald, and had a seemingly permanent scowl on his face. It was known that Solan had become furious when Rutin decided to testify against the Cobral family, despite Rutin's obvious desire to leave the criminal underworld. Solan used the impending betrayal of his brother to solidify his position within the family, and got what he wanted through a combination of shrewd dealings and threats. When he learned that his mother, Zanita, had been secretly meeting with Rutin's widow Lena, Solan arranged for the capture of his own mother, then used her as bait to catch Lena. However, the trap failed, and Lena was able to reach Coruscant and testify against the Cobral. Solan and his brother, Bard, were arrested, and the family was removed from power. (TOW)

Cobral, Zanita
this woman, a native of the planet Frego, was the mother of Rutin and Solan Cobral. She held the family together in the years following the death of her husband, until Solan became the leader of the family after Rutin's murder. Despite her family allegiance, Zanita was also fond of Rutin's wife, Lena. She confided in Lena that she feared Solan had murdered Rutin, in order to keep the family's secrets intact. When Lena agreed to accompany Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi back to Coruscant to testify against the Cobrals, Zanita agreed to provide her with inside information in exchange for anonymity. However, their actions were discovered by Solan, who kidnapped her and used her as bait in a trap to capture Lena. After Lena managed to escape the trap and travel to Coruscant to testify against the Cobral, Zanita followed her. Zanita tried to kill Lena as revenge for the death of Rutin, claiming that it was Lena who made Rutin attempt to bring down the Cobral family. Zanita managed to knock Lena unconscious, and would have killed her had Obi-Wan not interrupted. Rather than face trial for her own actions, Zanita committed suicide by stabbing herself in the chest with a vibroblade. (TOW)

the young son of Lord Toda of Tammuz-an, Coby was a spoiled, nine-year-old prince when R2-D2 and C-3PO encountered him, during the early years of the New Order. The droids and their master, Jann Tosh, had been asked to transport Coby to the Imperial Space Academy. (DCAR)

this jellyfish-like creature was unique in the galaxy, existing only in the energy-wracked atmosphere of the planet Genarius. Although these creatures were hardy enough to survive in the planet's atmosphere, cochlera taken from Genarius rarely survived more than a day in the atmospheres of other gas giants. Many xenobiologists theorized that the cochlera were evolved from species born of a strange mix of gases and nuclear power that only existed on Genarius. They lived in groups of thirty to fifty individuals, known as mulls, and created an unusual light storm as they moved through the atmosphere. The upper body of a cochlera was a transparent sac of roiling fluid and electrical discharges. Hanging from the underside of this sac were six appendages of varying length. These appendages could be used to defend a cochlera, and produced a discharge similar in effect to an ion blaster. To reproduce, cochlera simply perform a type of fission. However, this fission has a number of prerequisites. Among them, the cochlera must be in the presence of a large amount of beskium gas. Second, the cochlera must be part of a small mull. The presence of other members of the species seems to release unusual chemicals that make the fission possible. Beskium itself is not enough; solitary cochlera have been observed near large pockets of beskium, and simply absorbed the gas and burst, rather than divide. Other research has shown that cochlera reproduction occurs most often during periods of intense, lower-atmosphere storms. Shortly after the Battle of Naboo, it was discovered that the body fluids of a cochlera, when distilled into a pale ichor, provided an immunity to the Force. Illegal hunts, formed by criminal elements who kept the enterprise a secret by planting rumors about the "dangers" of the normally peaceful cochlera, captured live cochlera in order to obtain samples of their body fluids. (LFC, WOTC)

Cockpit Daredevils
a game of skill played in many up-scale cantinas, the player must use his skills to shoot down incoming enemy starfighters. (JHS)

CoCo District
this was one of the many subcities found on the planet Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Shortly before the Clone Wars, the CoCo District experienced a agrbage collection crisis which resulted in huge piles of trash being deposited in city streets and in front of major buildings. The name "CoCo" was actually a shortened from the district's full name, the Collective Commerce District. (HNN4, IWE2)

CoCo District Constabulary
this was the primary police force working in Coruscant's CoCo District, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

CoCo Penitentiary
this prison facility was located in Coruscant's CoCo District, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

CoCo Town
this was another name for Coruscant's CoCo District. (HNN5)

Code 1-5
the code signal used by the Alliance for the completion of an evacuation of the Echo Base on Hoth. (ESBN)

Code 42
this was the code used by Imperial stormtroopers to indicate to other Imperial agents that they were prepared to enter a building in search of a target. It allowed other agents to report on their positions, and relay any new information to the stormtroopers before they began their attack. (RL)

Code 497.8
this was one of the bylaws of the Old Republic, which forbade an individual from ignoring or diobeying an direct order from the Senate or the Supreme Chancellor. (TCD)

Code 9-13
this was a communications code developed by the Jedi Order during the height of the Clone Wars, although it was hoped that it would never be used. If a Jedi was forced to use Code 9-13, it meant that they had been betrayed by their clone troopers and needed to be rescued. Whether because of some intuition or simply because of thorough planning, Code 9-13 became necessary after Chancellor Palpatine revealed himself to be Darth Sidious, and ordered the extermination of the Jedi Order. Both Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi were forced to use Code 9-13, which allowed them to be rescued by Bail Organa aboard the Tantive IV. (IS3, VD3)

Code Black Hole
this privateer transmission signal, developed by the Alliance when they began used privateers to ambush Imperial supply convoys, was a false signal providing an ambushed ship a false set of transponder Ids meant to frighten the other ship into surrendering. (SWJ2)

Code Force Seven
the code phrase used by Lando Calrissian to indicate to Lobot that he was in trouble and needed assistance. Calrissian used Code Force Seven to escape Imperial custody and attempt to recover Han Solo from the bounty hunter, Boba Fett. (MC44, EGC)

Code Fourteen
this signal was used by Jedi Master Yoda to alert the other Jedi Masters of trouble in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. (UP)

Code Grave
this Alliance signal indicated that a mission was to be aborted. (CSWEA)

Code of the Claim
this is a method of settling a claim dispute between two independent scouts who register the same claim. If any other scouts come forward to claim the same planet - legally or by jumping a claim - before the credit has been paid and the claim established, then each scout must agree to a Mutual Claim Registration and split the reward. Although not the fairest solution, it is often the only solution when two parties claim the same planet. (GG8)

Code of the Sith
this was the basic set of tenets adopted by the Sith, during the centuries leading up to the Great Sith War. In many respects, the Code of the Sith was similar to the Jedi Code, although historians were unsure as to which came first. The Code of the Sith went as follows: "Peace is a lie, there is only passion. Through passion I gain strength. Through strength I gain power. Through power I gain victory. Through victory my chains are broken." What many scholars among the Jedi Order found interesting was that the need for victory was not all-encompassing. Many Sith Lords of the era believed that victory at any cost was not a victory at all, since it often meant the loss of a Dark Jedi in the process. This would reduce their numbers, making it harder to combat the Jedi Knights. Thus, many Sith apprentices were taught leave a fight - or avoid it all together - in order to preserve their ranks. (KOTOR)

Code of the Stars
this was an old-fashioned spacer's code of ethics which involved the use of floggings, spacings, and harsh discipline to keep a crew in line and prevent mutinies. (OE)

Code Quasar
this transmission signal was generated by the Alliance, and provided to those pirate and privateer vessels who were working for the Alliance. The Code Quasar signal, when verified against the active database of independent ships working for the Alliance, provided a measure of security and autonomy whenever a marauding vessel was encountered near Alliance-held space. Note that the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issue 2 indicates that this signal was a modified version of the Code Black Hole signal, and assured that the passengers aboard a ship under attack would receive just treatment upon surrender. (PP)

Code Silver
this was the priority signal Darth Vader gave to the troops searching for Luke Skywalker. If any troops discovered Luke's exact location, they were ordered to send Vader a Code Silver transmission with the information. (VQ)

Code Three Recall
this was a general code used by the New Republic to recall military personnel from rest-and-relaxation to active duty. (XWMR)

Code White
this alert was issued by the staff of the Q'Maere Research Facility, in the event that a rowdy patient needed to be detained by any on-duty personnel. (KR)

Code, The
this was the unspoken, unwritten pact made by the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic, under which a trooper was to remain steadfastly loyal to the Old Republic, no matter what the circumstances. To betray one's comrades to the enemy was considered a serious breech of the Code, and no trooper ever willingly betrayed the Code. (TCD)

this was the designation of a group of Imperial L-class container ships used to supply the Bretie production facility during the Galactic Civil War. (XWA)

Codeq Santhananan
this being was a contact Dengar used many times. Based in Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine, Santhananan ran a private information service. Beings could send and receive messages through Santhananan, always with discretion and confidentiality. However, Santhanana was executed by a former customer, just inside the vestibule of the Mos Eisley Cantina. His business was picked up by an untrustworthy Q'nithian aeropteryx. (MA)

this ancient Jedi artifact was created by the Cthol race. Resembling a small, metallic pyramid, the Codex was designed to measure and manipulate the Force. It is a dull gold color, and is covered with mystic engravings and small crystal-studded patterns. When used by a properly trained Jedi, the Codex glows slightly and hums. Among its many uses, the Codex can locate disturbances in the Force. It can also augment a Jedi's ability to call upon and use the Force. Continued use of the Codex makes the user susceptible to the Dark Side of the Force. When used, however, the Codex sends tremendous shock waves throught the Force. This is what first attracted the Dark Jedi Halbret to it. When it was later found by Pann, the Codex had become brittle and easily damaged. (GMH)

this form of DarkStryder technology was discovered by the crew of the FarStar, hidden inside an unusual alien construct deep in the Kathol Rift. In shape, the Codex is a small pyramid with a metallic surface. It was light in weight, and could be damaged by rough handling or by being dropped. Originally created to detect and quantify the Force, it also enhanced the Force-sensitivity of its user. The Aing-Tii Monks were very interested in obtaining the Codex, and trained Makezh to navigate the Rift in order to find it. They considered the alien construct and the Codex itself to be sacred and untouchable to themselves, but Makezh was immune to their religious beliefs. (KR, E)

this was the name used by Jaster Mereel to describe the new set of tenets and canons that he developed to oversee the new Mandalorian Mercs, several decades before the onset of the Clone Wars. The Codex was created to define the rules and roles of his new supercommandos, in an effort to unite the disparate clans of Mandalorian Mercs under a single leader. Although many followers of the Mandalorian codes agreed with Jaster and the Codex, many others - Vizsla and Montross among them - broke away from Jaster's band in protest over the new laws. (SWI80)

Codex, The
this unpublished book contained all the arcane lore and information collected by Brin Hesk'l, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (LFCW)

Codi Ty
this female Togruta was one of the many Jedi Padawans who were forced to learn more about the military aspects of the Force during the height of the Clone Wars. Codi Ty and her Master, B'dard Tone, approached Flynn Kybo after the young Padawan returned from Vandos, hoping to recruit him in their effort to track down General Grievous. (SWGG)

Codian Moon
this moon, covered by rolling plains of wood-moss turf, was known for the ranches where reeks were bred. (VD2, SWDB)

this valuable metal was often used in jewelry. (SOP)

Codru Bat
this was another name for the tappratine. (CS, EGP)

this was the spoken language of the Codru-Ji, which consisted of a complex vocaublary punctuated by snarls, barks, and other canine noises. (UANT)

intelligent, humanoid natives of Munto Codru, the bipedal Codru-Ji race is characterized by their four arms. When immature, the Codru-Ji take the form of a wyrwulf. This is a pupal stage for the Cordu-Ji, and they sleep in a prone position (as most dogs do). The wyrwulf form can communicate through a series of barks and grunts. When the being is of sufficient age, the wyrwulf form cocoons itself, and then metamorphs into a full-grown adult Codru-Ji. The adults must sleep upright, due to the changes brought about by the formation of their four arms. Special slings have been developed to support the slumbering adults. The form of the Codru-Ji communicates in a complex series of high-pitched whistles and sighs, although they are also able to speak in the low-range sounds of most humanoid races. They are known for their political intrigues, abductions, and coups. They seem unable to operate in a simple political environment, instead choosing to convolute their politics with various familiar affiliations. They are also recognized as the best kidnappers in the galaxy, and have established a code of ethics for the kidnap and ransom of political opponents. (CS)

Codru-Ji Sword Dancer
the Codru-Ji were renowned for this form of entertainment, using their multiple arms to juggle several swords while executing a complex dance. (EVR)

this man was one of the many clone troopers of the Army of the Republic to be given enhanced training and autonomy of an ARC Trooper, which made him a valuable resource during the Clone Wars. However, he wasn't genetically an ARC Trooper, which made him much more like Jango Fett than other ARC Troopers. With the rank of Commander, Cody - officially known as Commander 2224 - led the 212th Attack Battalion, and worked with Obi-Wan Kenobi during the last months of the Clone Wars, on planets such as Cato Neimoidia. Prior to Cato Neimoidia, Cody had survived missions on dozens of other worlds, another testament to his training and abilities. The relationship between Obi-Wan and Cody bordered on comfortable friendship, as Cody often referred to Kenobi simply as "Boss." They were dispatched on one final mission following the First Battle of Coruscant, to hunt down General Grievous on the remote world of Utapau. During the fighting, Cody recovered Obi-Wan's lightsaber, and returned it to him after Grievous was destroyed. Unknown to Kenobi, however, Cody had been given a secret mission by Darth Sidious himself. After the death of Mace Windu and several other Jedi Masters, Sidious relayed Order 66 to clone commanders across the galaxy. After hearing the order, Cody ordered his troops to stop firing on Separatist battle droids and concentrate their fire on Obi-Wan. Cody briefly wondered at the poor timing of the order, since he had already returned Kenobi's lightsaber, making him a much harder target to eliminate. (SWI73, E3, SWDB, LEV, IS3, E3N, SWDB)

this Togorian worked with Theol Dunoche during the Galactic Civil War. (ND)

this CR90 corvette was owned by the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. (XWA)

this Imperial Star Destroyer was under the command of General Klime, who used it to patrol and control the Ishanna System and sevreal surrounding systems. (SWJ9)

a strong, hot, stimulating beverage. (LCM)

this tube is used to connect two starships whose airlocks are not of the same configuration. One ship extends the cofferdam, which is a flexible, ribbed tube, toward the other. It is rigidly mounted to the first ship, and has a number of ways to connect to the second ship. It can use chemical, mechanical, magnetic, or negative pressure to create a seal. (BTS)

a Nharwaak CR90 corvette used to try and delivery new hyperdrive technology to the Alliance. (TIE)

this was one of the sub-species of the Nothoiin race, distinguished by their innate abilities for piloting and navigation. (WOA33)

Cognition Hood
this Yuuzhan Vong creation allowed a starship captain or pilot to communicate directly with his ship, thereby making every order or command an instantaneous action. The cognition hood was connected to a starship by a modified creeper, and was worn over the head and shoulders of a pilot. A cognition hood was not sentient, and could not tell the difference between any two individuals, nor between races. It simply acted as a conduit for communication between the pilot and their ship. Data from the ship is realyed to the pilot in the Yuuzhan Vong language, and the pilot can issue orders or commands by speaking into the hood. Additionally, the cognition hood served as a form of flight recorder, capturing the pilot's thoughts and memories in much the same way it collected data from the ship. These captured memories could later be used in debriefing a pilot. (DTR, EVC, NEGW)

Cognition Throne
similar in function to a cognition hood, the cognition throne was used by the Warmaster Tsavong Lah to monitor the progress of the invasion of the galaxy. It allowed the Warmaster to control his forces with his mind, much like a warship navigator controlled their ship with the hood. Located in the Glory Room of the Sunulok, the cognition throne looked out over a vast diorama of the galaxy, created with blaze bugs indicating the position of thousands of warships. About the size of a landspeeder, the cognition throne could move about the Glory Room on a set of six squat legs, allowing the Warmaster to view the diorama from any angle or perspective. (SBS)

Cognitive Matrix Package
this droid brain component is often used in MD-0 droids to allow them to analyze a patient's brain activity to determine sanity. It can also be used to modify a patient's brain activity through psychiatric analysis. (KT)

Cohasset Rover
this was the name of Stellskard's personal starship, an unusual vessel that had its cockpit mounted on an outboard fin, separated from the main cargo area. (SWGG)

Coil, The
this ancient, S-shaped riverbed wound through the desert near Ben's Mesa, on Tatooine. (IWE1)

Coiled Juggernaut
this was one of the names used by the New Republic to describe Tu-Scart, the Beater created by the Yuuzhan Vong to destroy structures that are in the path of the Yuuzhan Vong army. Note that the Balance Point claims that Tu-Scart is the Biter. (WOTC)

Coiling Tack
this was the specialized form of harness used by the Swokes Swokes to control their domesticated schinga mounts. In addition to the bridle, reins, and intricately decorated saddle, the coiling tack included an electrpole for prodding the schingas to obey their rider's orders. (WOTC, GORW)

this shrub, native to the planet Vryssa, grows in dense groupings. (TFNR)

this former smuggler worked with Lando Calrissian to realize their dreams of owning an amusement park. The result of their work was the SkyCenter Galleria on Cloud City. Cojahn hoped to expand the Galleria to other locations across the galaxy, in hopes of supporting his wife and two daughters. However, when Black Sun tried to take control of the Galleria, Cojahn refused to give in and was killed by Czethros himself. It was meant to look like he accidentally fell from a balcony, but Lando refused to believe it. (TCC)

this archaic name was given to female Zabrak, although its original meaning was lost over time. (GCG)

Cola Quis
this Twi'lek Senator from Ryloth served on the New Republic's Commerce Council, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. In the wake of the Battle of Coruscant, Cola Quis was one of several Senators who were considered to replaced Borsk Fey'lya as the Republic's Chief of State. However, Cola Quis dropped out of the race and threw his support to Cal Omas, after Omas promised him the chairmanship of the Commerce Council should he be elected. Omas also offered him a branch office of the Kellmer Institute, based on the planet Ryloth. (DW)

this was the designation of a Nebulon-B2 frigate that was part of the Alliance's fleet. (XVT)

this metal was refined from raw ores found on the planet Demar. (FBS)

this star was the central body of the Colavas System, located in the Outer Rim Territories. (SWMW)

this gas giant was the second planet in the Colavas System. It was orbited by sixteen moons. (SWMW)

Colavas Minor
this gas giant was the third planet in the Colavas System. It was orbited by eight moons. (SWMW)

Colavas Tertiary
this gas giant was the fourth planet in the Colavas System. It was orbited by nine moons. (SWMW)

Colay, Litassa
this was an alias used by Mara Jade, during her stay on the planet Chibias, during the periodin which she was pursued by Ysanne Isard. Litassa was the name of an usher working at the planet's premier auditorium, and the curname Colay was added by Mara Jade to complete the alias. The alias was created when Mara intercepted Jayx and Counselor Raines trying to frame Ghent. (GMR10)

Colbon, Chanty
this con artist and swindler bought passage on luxury starships, such as the Kuari Princess, and charmed the rich passengers out of a great deal of their money. Chanty was aboard the Kuari Princess when it was attacked by the Riders of the Maelstrom. (RM)

an Imperial Ensign serving Captain Pellaeon on the Chimaera, Colclazure was Cris Pieterson's commanding officer. When Pieterson lost control of Luke Skywalker's X-Wing, some five years after the Battle of Endor, Colclazure explained to Grand Admiral Thrawn that the operator's training had not considered the manuever Luke used to escape. As punishment for this lack of preparation, Thrawn's bodyguard Rukh executed Pieterson in front of Colclazure's eyes. Thrawn them ordered him to begin training a suitable replacement. (HTTE)

Cold Assault Trooper
see Snowtrooper (SWSB)

Cold Danda Sire
this deity once threw its shape during the Galactic Civil War, to prove it was as powerful as Horliss-Horliss and Tilotny. Cold Danda Sire was capable of creating anti-concepts, ideas which consumed the concepts of others. Cold Danda Sire manifested itself as a planet-like ball. In an unusual battle, the deities tried to outdo each other by solidifying the bodily flesh and organs of a squadron of stormtroopers who had discovered Leia Organa on a desolate world. However, they soon became bored with the sport and left Splendid Ap to return the humans to their natural state. (CSWDW)

Cold Dawn
a song written and played by the band Starburst. It was first released as part of the compilation Only in Your Dreams, and has been rated scarlet by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Cold Front
this was the name of the custom-built bulk transport ship used by Quetemoor the Sub-Elder, during the height of the New Order. (CCW)

Cold Grenade
this unusual grenade was developed more than 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. When detonated, a cold grenade used controlled chemical reactions to disperse a bone-chilling cold over a large area. This cold could freeze living flesh, and rendered most weapons brittle and useless. (KOTOR)

Cold Midnight
this song, written and played by Duskin re Lemte, was produced during the height of the Clone Wars. It combined the driving beat of leap-jump with the melody of heavy isotope, and its composition spoke well of re Lemte's classical education. (MBS)

Cold Ones
this was the name used by Commander Ashpidar and the crew of the Esfandia Long-Range Communications Base to describe the Brrbrlpp. (FH3)

Cold Turret
this was the name given to any form of automated fire suppression system that looked like a turret-mounted laser cannon. These devices were prevalent at remote outposts, many millennia before the onset of the Clone Wars. The nozzles of the cold turret could be aimed at the source of a fire, and sprayed a chemical that both doused the fire to eliminate oxygen and chilled the ambient temperature to reduce the damage from heat. A smaller version of the cold turret was used on firefighting droids. (KOTOR2)

Cold, The
a reference to anything intolerable, used by Labria. (TME)

Colders Watch
this bulk freighter was owned and operated by Beezrul Granf. (SWJ1)

this is the Gamorrean name for the winter season on the planet Gamorr. It is a harsh period of freezing temperatures and blowing winds, and most Gamorreans remain indoors at all times. This forces the warlike males to soften a bit, and much of the courtship and romance between the sexes occurs during coldtime. (SWJ14)

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

this small, rodent-like creature was native to the plains of Ansion. (APS)

Coleman Kcaj
this Ongree Jedi Master replaced Coleman Trebor on the Jedi Council, during the height of the Clone Wars. (OWS)

Coleman Trebor
this male Vurk was a noted Jedi Knight who served on the Jedi Council during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. Master Trebor joined the Council after Yarael Poof was killed, and was known for his diplomatic skills in resolving conflicts. He put these skills to good use as the official spokesbeings for the Jedi Order, answering questions for the public and the media. When Mace Windu formed a task force to combat the Separatist army on Geonosis, Coleman Trebor was one of the many Masters to accompany Windu. Unfortunately, his lack of combat experience became clear during the early stages of the battle. Trebor was killed shortly after confronting the renegade Jedi, Count Dooku. The bounty hunter Jango Fett shot and killed Trebor without warning, killing the reptilian Jedi on the spot. (HNN4, AOTC, SWDB, SWI62)

this was a species of highly-evolved insectile creatures. Many xenobiologists felt that the coleoptera was nearly sentient, as they employed a complex form of dancing as their primary method of communication. (DN1)

this was a species of chitinous, insect-like creatures which were native to the planet Colla IV. They had a highly-developed level of technology. However, they were also incredibly brutal as a species, and were known to barbarically stop any travellers through their system and eat them. They were extremely skilled in the creation of autmatons, and were the primary developers of the destroyer droids used by the Trade Federation. These droids, known as droidekas, resemble the Colicoid physiology, even mimicking the Colicoid ability to roll up into a ball and surprise their prey. The Colicoid species had a strong distrust of the Jedi Knights, a feeling which was intensified in the wake of the Battle of Naboo. It was during this time that the Colicoids took control of the spice mining operations on Kessel, hoping to establish a strong inflow of credits to their coffers. They tried to acquire the rights to a spice processing plant on Nar Shaddaa, but had to negotiate with the slaver Krayn to obtain them. (VD1, IG1, JQ)

this was the spoken language of the Colicoid race. It consisted of a series of hums and clicks that were produced by the Colicoid antennae, which made it nearly impossible for other races to understand or reproduce. There was no written form of the Colicoid language, so many Colicoids chose to use Basic for their written communications. (UANT)

Colicoid Creation Nest
this was the primary affiliation of Colicoids which developed sophisticated droid technology during the last decades of the Old Republic. This group was most noted for the destroyer droids it produced, in their own image, for the Trade Federation. (GB)

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