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Risol
this independent spacer worked from a base on Tatooine during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Risol had heavily modified an LE-series repair droid to serve as his scheduler, bookkeeper, and repairman. (FTD)

Risp
this creature was native to the rainforests of Ord Vaxal. (DM106)

Ristel
this ball of searing rock was the innermost planet of the Kuat System. (CCW)

Ritam
an Alliance Corvette destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Rite of the Retribution
this was one of the primary laws of the Society of the Black Bha'lir. In the event of a member of the Society deceiving or dishonoring its brotherhood, that member was bound by their oaths to accede to the Rite of Retribution. In this ritual, a tribunal convened to mete out punishment, and the offending being was bound by their oath to accept the punishment, be it expulsion or execution. Those members of the Black Bha'lir who personally hunted out and eliminated violators of the Society's laws were considered "bloodied," and were held in high esteem. (BSS)

Rites of Conch-tar
this Anguilla ritual was developed to prove the strength and skills of a fighter. Those who survived the rites were elevated to positions of power. Those who failed were ostracized. The Rite of Conch-tar involved entering a dark cave which is covered with a phosphorescent seaweed which can affect the mind of certain beings. Force-sensitives were immune to the affects of the seaweed, which induces a deep, dreamstate in which a being must confront their deepest fears. Force-sensitive beings, or those who recover from the seaweed's effects, must confront a piscator and defeat it in battle. (OE)

Rith Tar'ak
this renowned Ebranite served the Alliance as an intelligence operative and recruiter. Rith and her sisters, Nyik and Tor'ara, were members of the Rull clan, and were sold into slavery in their youth when the Empire took control of Ebra. The three sisters managed a daring escape, forcing the pilot of an Imperial shuttle to take them to the Alliance, where they became some of the first Ebranites to serve. They served in Kesh Sector before joining the ranks of Scandium Team, where they founded the Sandstorm Unit of desert-environment Infiltrators. Rith herself was considered the best desert fighter of the trio, although she rarely used a blaster and preferred to use the traditional weapons of the Ebranites. Rith was the only surviving member of the family following the Wellte-ir Massacre. Rith was transferred to Yntrann, but later turned down a promotion to full Colonel in order to return ot Ebra as a recruiter. (GG12, SWJ11)

Rithgar
this old pirate served as the administrator of the Kothlis Shadowport during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He maintained a chamber within the caverns of Kothlis' second moon to house the treasures he had plundered during his days as a space pirate. (SESB)

Ritinki
this Bimm, the main rival of Guttu the Hutt, ordered the murder of Lyle Lippstroot. He then inserted his own double in Lyle's place, hoping to obtain possession of a locked box which Vop the Usurer had acquired from the Ithorians aboard the Song of the Clouds. Ritinki had learned that the lockbox held a Hapan Gun of Command. Ritinki agreed to meet with Vop on the herdship, mainly to draw the Rodian into a trap. In the end, Vop was shot and killed, but Ritinki was caught in the backlash of an explosion set off by the pirates who worked for Cecil Noone. Noone and his crew made off with Ritinki's personal starship, the Asaari Wind. The thieves also obtained the lockbox, and Ritinki was left for dead. Inside the box was a rifle-sized Hapan gun of command, which Noone and his band tried fruitlessly to sell. (SWJ15, GMR1)

Ritual of the Children
this Ewok ceremony insured that the spirit of a dying Father Tree was transferred to a seed to be reborn. This ritual was required before any a Tree couuld be cut down. (SWJ1)

Ritual Tale of Kibh Jeen
this was the story of the fallen Jedi Knigth Kibh Jeen, which was retold annually by the instructors of the Almas Academy during the last centuries of the Old Republic. (LFC)

Riun Riev
this Sullustan was one of the many designers who worked on the Incom Industries I-7 Howlrunner. He was also one of the few designers who were retained by the Empire when Incom was nationalized. When Colonel Garr took command of the Fresia installation, Riun Riev was assigned to "clean up Incom's image" after a series of engineers defected with the plans to the T-65 X-Wing starfighter. He worked hard to accomplish this task, more out of fear of failing than any desire to achieve the goal. He secretly hoped that a team of Alliance agents would arrive on Fresia and liberate them from the Empire. (CCW)

Riv Shiel
this Shistavenan Wolfman was a member of Wedge Antilles' X-Wing Rogue Squadron. He earned an Imperial deathmark by killing a stormtrooper who thought he was Lak Sivrak. He continued to serve with distinction until he contracted the Krytos virus after the liberation of Coruscant. He was treated with bacta almost immediately, but was sidelined for some time during his recovery. Riv returned to active duty after the Rogues broke away from the New Republic, but was killed near Thyferra when the Corrupter intercepted the Rogue waylaying a bacta shipment. Riv and Gavin Darklighter were escorting the Xucphra Alazhi when the Star Destroyer took out Riv's X-Wing. The dead ship slammed into the Alazhi and detonated it. Darklighter fled to Halanit as the other Rogues returned home. (XWN, KT, BW)

Riva
this woman was Denetrus' landlady on Telos, some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. She had survived a famine on the planet some fifty years before, and was considered crazy because of the way she hoarded things. (DOR)

Rivan, Dix
a member of the X-Wing Rogue Squadron following the Battle of Hoth, Dix was a shy, private person known to his squadron-mates as "Dixie." He was the squadron's rear guard, both on land and in space, and worked hard to ensure that his team made it safely home before making his own escape. Dix was killed in the raid on the moon Gall, during the attempt to recover Han Solo's body from Boba Fett. (SE, SESB)

Rivaz
this man was a professor of science at the Imperial Academy on Raithal, during the height of the New Order. He worked with the physical science department to modify the programming of several GY-I information droids for use in analyzing certain natural phenomena. (FTD)

Rive
this was the name of a wise wife from Cerean mythology. (GCG)

Rive
this was a common name among Cerean females. Unlike their male counterparts, Cerean females use a single name unless they became a bond-wife. In this case, a female will take on their husband's grandfather's name for official matters. The name Rive referred to a wise wife in Cerean mythology. (GCG)

River District Flyway
this spur of the Rift Skyrail was a speeder route which had only a single track. (SOL)

River Gardens
this name was used for the Kell Plath subdivision of Sodonna, on Teyr, after the Fallanassi fled the planet. (SOL)

River of Blood
this was one of the many Yuuzhan Vong warships which was called to the planet Coruscant - remade into a new version of the planet Yuuzhan'tar - just before the alien invaders launched their all-out attack on the Galactic Alliance's stronghold on Mon Calamari. (UF)

River of Light
this wondrous waterway was located on Qui-Gon Jinn's homeworld. Qui-Gon kept a worn stone from the River of Light as a reminder of his homeworld. (HP, NEGC)

River Serpent
this dangerous reptile inhabits the rainforests of Kirtania. These lizards grew to three meters in length, and used they long bodies to constrict their prey. Their bodies are protected by a large frill that surrounds their neck. (SWJ1)

River Solleu
this river meandered across the surface of the planet Naboo, and was at the base of the plateau on which the city of Theed was built. Small tributaries of the River Solleu wind through and under the city, creating a vast array of waterfalls that drop to the riverhead below. (IG1)

River Weeping
this wide river, located on the planet Vjun, fed into the Bay of Tears. It was a major waterway for the transport of goods and people, which also made it a perfect place for pirates. (YDR)

River, The
not really a body of water, the River is wide boulevard in the Off-worlders' Quarter of Ropagi II. Both sides of the road are lined with bars and cantinas which serve every sort of drink imaginable to the visitors of the planet. Visitors which own droids are forced to leave them in the Scrap Heap during their visit to the River. (TSK)

Rivers of Stone
a cavern on Dathomir where Barukka lives, it is named for the flowing patterns of stone throughout its length. (CPL)

Rivers, Meghan
one of the survivors of the Battle of Hoth, Rivers was evacuated on the Bright Hope. (TBH)

Riversnake
this aquatic snake was native to the jungles of Haruun Kal. (SHPT)

Riverwander
this was one of the many clans of the Nosaurian race, which was native to the planet New Plympto. (CCW)

Rivorian Grain-bandit
this rodent was named for the fact that it stole ripe grain from farms. A swarm of them could wipe out an entire field of crops in an evening. (JH)

Rivves
this was a common name among Quarren females. It meant "musical", and was generally believed to refer to low-pitched percussion instruments. (GCG)

Rivvidu
this planet was under Imperial control during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (ANT)

Riwwel
this man served as one of the first Admirals in the Imperial Navy, during the early months of the New Order. He was dispatched to ensure the cooperation of the planet Acherin, in the wake of the Clone Wars. When General Toma and his rebels fought for their freedom, Riwwel was loathe to accept their surrender when the rebels were defeated. Instead, Riwwel ordered the orbital bombardment of the city of Eluthan, reducing the treasured city to rubble in an effort to break the will of the Acherins. (LJ2)

Rix
this was one of the more common names given to males of the Mon Calamari race. To the Mon Calamari, this name meant "secretive". (GCG)

Rixen
this woman was an Alliance agent. She was double-crossed by Do'naal and captured by the Empire on Kuat. (SESB)

Riza
this Alliance agent was an expert speeder bike pilot. (GMH)

Rizaar, Fenn
this bounty hunter once worked for the Mantis Syndicate. Rizaar was employed to track down Kaine Paulsen during the early days of the New Order. He mistakenly shot an Imperial stormtrooper in the process, and was about to be shot down when Paulsen himself rescued Rizaar. They fled to Socorro, and after learning that Mantis has denied his very existence and placed a bounty on his head, Rizaar accepted an offer to join Paulsen. Paulsen found himself between a rock and a hard place, for he learned that the Black Bha'lir wanted to turn Rizaar in for the bounty. Paulsen's testimony in front of the leadership of the Black Bha'lir eventually led to Rizaar's freedom, and he swore a life-debt to Paulsen and the Black Bha'lir. Rizaar also hoped one day to exact a measure of revenge on Mantis, but his loyalties remained with the Socorrans. (BSS)

Rizaron
this was one of the Aramadia-class thrustships that was guarding the Yevethan shipyards in ILC-905 when the Vanguard and its fleet arrived in the system. (TT)

Ri'zat
this was a common name among the Noehon race. (UANT)

Rizz, Valon
this man served as a Corporal at the garrison on Stassia, where he grew a number of unusual and exotic plants. A native of Stassia, Rizz was an ambitious young man who was attending the local police academy when the Empire arrived to take control of Stassia. Using the opportunity, Rizz dedicated himself to becoming an Imperial investigators, and was part of Imperial Governor Pergallis' public relations plans to promote the Empire and its New Order. Rizz, however, was not willing to give the Empire complete credit for his success. He did realize, though, that he'd be just a dirt-side cop if the Empire hadn't arrived when it did. (SWJ6)

Rizzal
this Turazza was the sister of Nizzal and Vizzal, the trio of Turazza which bonded to Loh'khar when they hatched from their eggs at Galliwig's Cantina. The trio thought of Loh'khar as their father, and traveled Kathol Sector with him. When Loh'kahr decided to join the crew of the FarStar, Rizzal and her sisters followed him. Rizzal was the quietest of the three sisters, and served as Loh'khar's primary information gatherer. Like her sister Vizzal and Loh'khar, Rizzal was was emotionally damaged by Nizzal's defection with Khzam. (DARK, KO)

RJ-2/ZZ/8000
a made-up verbal code phrase Han Solo uses to try and gain access to the Maw Installation. (JS)

RK-7
this Trade Federation battle droid was one of the commanders dispatched by Nute Gunray to secure the Theed Palace during the Battle of Naboo. (SON)

RK-720
this SoroSuub freighter design was originally conceived by engineers and designers on the planet Genarius. The prototype RK-720, known as the Sivulliq, was stolen from the SoroSuub headquarters in the Cularin System, but was eventually returned to SoroSuub by the citizens of Cularin. Miim Te'Suub, the Director of Formal Activities for SoroSuub, announced that the corporation decided to forego producing such an exquisite starship design. Instead, they turned the Sivulliq over to one of the Cularin natives who turned the ship in. (WOTC)

R'Kayza
this Gand assassin was employed by Yin Vocta as a bodyguard and hired gun for the Bantha Traxx establishment. He had been a legendary Findsman and also a bounty hunter, but left the bounty hunting trade because of the difficulties in bringing back live marks. He decided to become an assassin, and his exploits attracted the attention of Vocta, who hired him on the spot and partnered him with Haelon Tice. Where Tice was loud and obnoxious, R'Kayza was stealthy and cunning. Like all Findsman, R'Kayza used ancient meditative ceremonies to plan his work, and he rarely said anything more than was absolutely necessary. (WSV)

Rkik Dnec
this was the name of a noted Jawa. (UANT)

R'kik D'nec
this Jawa, often found roaming the palace of Jabba the Hutt, was undefeated at the Dune Sea version of sabacc. At least, there were no witnesses to any defeats. Popular legend had it that R'kik single-handedly defeated a tribe of Sand People in the desert near Tatooine's Dune Sea, and a bantha tusk he owns seems to prove the story. He is known to his tribe as the Hero of the Dune Sea. (CCG7)

Rkkrrkkrl
this is the name given by the Wookiees to a creature which inhabits the Shadow Forest of Kashyyyk. The name rkkrrkkrl translates to 'trap-spinner,' which describes they way the creature builds elaborate traps to catch its prey. (TT)

Rkok
a clan of Tatooine Jawas that tried to sell questionable merchandise to Jabba the Hutt. Jabba destroyed their sandcrawler and fed the entire clan to the Sarlacc. (ISU)

RL-40
this was Golan Arms' stun netting launcher. Smaller than the RGL-80A, the RL-40 fired a duracord netting which was covered with liquid adhesive and interwovenwith stun threads. When the netting hit its target, it stuck fast to capture the target. Any movement or struggle set off the stun threads, immobilzing the target with an electric jolt. (EGW)

RLG System
this is the brand name of Arakyd's guardian droid security system. It was known as a system, because the RLG was actually two droids, one which was operating and one which was recharging, giving the owner complete protection with little downtime. The small droids were equipped with tiny repulsors, and floating along behind their owner. One droid was worn on a belt pack, where is recharged its power cells. The other trailed slightly behind the owner, scanning the surroundings for any perceived threat. Each small droid was armed with a blaster pistol. (FOP, GFT)

RLW-77
this model of wrist laser was designed and manufactured by Koromondain PDS. (GG10)

R'lyek
this ancient Twi'lek clan was a sworn enemy of the Doneeta clan for many generations. Tott Doneeta returned to Ryloth, following the Exis Convocation, and merged the two clans in an effort to end the feud. (TOJR)

RM-2020
this was the designation of MerenData's espionage droid, manufactured during the height of the New Order. Built to intimidate rather than infiltrate, the RM-2020 was designed to gather information from the battlefield. Its primary mission profile was to spot enemy troop movements and analyze an emeny force's weaknesses, then relay the information back to its base. Measuring a meter in height and equipped with a repulsorlift engine, the RM-2020 was unarmed but sported a variety of sensory packages. (FTD)

RMD-20
also known as the Eye In The Sky, this was the model number of Kystallio Detection Plus' surveillance remote. The RMD-20 was popular because it was very inexpensive yet reliable, providing audio and video surveillance of a specific target. Because the RMD-20 measured just under a third of a meter in diameter, it could get into locations most other surveillance droids could not. (EGW, GFT, AEG)

RN18-950319
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Amanda's Toy II. (SOL)

RN27-382992
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Rode to Ruin. (SOL)

RN32-000439
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Adela. (SOL)

RN40-844033
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Out of Touch. (SOL)

RN80-109399
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Mud Sloth. (SOL)

RN80-440330
the New Republic Ship Registry identification for the Star Hammer. (SOL)

Rneeki
an alien race of pirates that tried to ransom a captured TIE Defender scientist back to the Empire. They were double-crossed by the Imperials, losing the scientist and the ransom money. (TIE)

Ro
this was a common component used to create the names given to Cerean males. In general, male Cereans given an individual name, which is added to the names of their father and grandfather. Complete male names are arranged based on harmony and cadence, but the literal meanings are arranged to ensure proper descriptions. The name Ro indicated fire, flames, or heat. (GCG)

Ro Fenn
this obese Twi'lek male was the leader of his clan, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. He was a member of the Twi'leki head-clan when Pol Secura was killed, and was to be forced to walk into the Bright Lands by Twi'leki law. Ro Fenn hired Vilmahr Grahrk to find a way to ensure his life was not sacrificed. Villie suggested kidnapping Nat Secura, the son of Lon Secura and the one Twi'lek who stood to benefit the most from Ro Fenn's death. Ro agreed, but was unaware that, behind the scenes, his exiled son Kh'aris Fenn actually carried out the kidnapping. Ro then confronted Lon Secura, planning to use the disappearance of Nat Secura as a bargaining chip, when Kh'aris decided to come out of hiding. Kh'aris, angry that his father had not worked to overturn his exile, forced Ro Fenn and Lon Secura to agree to his demands. Ro Fenn refused, but Kh'aris had had enough. He exiled Ro Fenn, and set out to take control of the planet. Before Kh'aris could put his plans fully into motion, Lon Secura secretly met with other clan leaders. He presented all the evidence of the treachery of Ro Fenn as well as Kh'aris Fenn, and the combined leaders decided to exile both Fenns to the Bright Lands. Ro was captured immediately, while Kh'aris escaped. (ROP)

Ro Hypa
this fat, red-scaled reptile was native to the deserts of Mataou. The ro hypa appeared to be a snake, but it moved about by using four black tentacles like legs. The ro hypa was considered one of the most venomous - and dangerous - creatures in the Greater Javin, as its venom could swiftly transform blood from a liquid to a gas. Any being bitten by the ro hypa suffered an agonizing death, although it was generally a swift demise. This venom was found to have certain medicinal properties, and was harvested by snake wranglers for sale throughout the Greater Javin. (WOA33)

Ro Vira
this was the name of a noted Zabrak individual. (UANT)

Ro, Idris
this man commissioned Jobany Cyrs to scout the planet Socorro for the Alliance. (BSS)

Roa
Roa was a smuggler from the times of the Old Republic, and was a master of the Kessel Run. He regularly pushed the envelope and made the Run in near-record times. He was living on Nar Shaddaa when he met Lwyll, and the two fell in love. Their romance was nearly eneded when Roa crashed during the Battle of Nar Shaddaa, but he managed to escape before his ship - the Lwyll - exploded. He resolved to restrain his cockiness, and he and Lwyll were married shortly after the battle. They began to think of the young smugglers Roa was working with as their children. Among the youths they took was Han Solo, who was just starting to cut his smuggler's teeth after being expelled from the Academy. He was known as one of the best smugglers and blockade runners in the galaxy. He took Han under his wing and taught him a great deal about smuggling. Han participated in his first Kessel run while on a mission with Roa When Han began to excel, he and Roa parted company on somewhat honorable terms. Roa and his wife, Lwyll, retired from smuggling soon after, and built a large and lucrative import-export business near Bonadan. Han bumped into Roa while trying to book passage from Roonadan to Ammuud. They met again nearly forty years later, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Roa's wife, Lwyll, had been killed in a Yuuzhan Vong attack which was precipitated by the efforts of the Peace Brigade, and Roa was out for revenge. He convinced Han, who was still grieving the loss of Chewbacca, to help him in locating Reck Desh. However, the trail led them to Ord Mantell and the Jubilee Wheel, just before the Yuuzhan Vong attacked there. Despite Han's efforts, Roa was literally sucked into a Yuuzhan Vong carrier and taken away to become an energy source for the immature yammosk growing aboard the Creche'. On the clustership, Roa met Wurth Skidder. They tried to disrupt the plans of the Yuuzhan Vong commander Chine-kal, but only succeeded in exposing their plans. Roa managed to survive, and was rescued by Han and Droma at the Battle of Fondor. (HSR, CSA, THG, HT, JE)

Road to Mandalore
this song, written and played by the band Red Shift Limit, first appeared on the compilation Thoughts from the Core. It was banned by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Roahks 7m Skyship
this unusual form of transportation was developed and manufactured by OmoTact Corporation. It measured fifteen meters in length, and required a crew of six to operate. It could transport up to eight passengers and their cargo on a trip through the atmosphere. They were propelled by Ponrez/Arc repulsorlifts in the event that there was no natural breeze. (GG2)

Roak
this man served the Alliance as a naval officer, and was the First Officer serving under Captain Chedaki on Leia Organa's mission to Shiva IV. Roak was forced to take control of the ship when a micromine struck the hangar bay, disabling the shuttle that Leia and Chedaki had taken for the trip to Shiva IV. (MC53)

Roali
this was a common name among Cerean females. Unlike their male counterparts, Cerean females use a single name unless they became a bond-wife. In this case, a female will take on their husband's grandfather's name for official matters. The name Roali referred to a willow-like tree that was native to the planet Cerea. (GCG)

Roali
this specis of willow-like tree was native to the planet Cerea. (GCG)

Roamer-6
this model of breath mask was produced by Gandorthral Atmospherics. It was a simple unit, designed for ease of use, and consisted of a rigid mask, and air canister, and a filtration device. The mask was equipped with an adjustable strap to keep the mask over the user's nose and mouth, and the air canister could be filled with a variety of atmopsheres. The filter could be linked to a computer system for uploading of filtration parameters, allowing the Roamer-6 to operate in a wide range of toxic environments. (EGW)

Roaming Ronto
this top-of-the-line Gallofree Medium Transport was part of the Bornaryn Trading Company fleet, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. It was one of the ships that was dispatched by Madame Aryn Thul herself to assist the Colony in their struggle against the Chiss. (DN1)

Roan
this member of New Apsolon's Civilized faction was elected to serve as the planetary leader, after Ewane stepped down from the position. One of Ewane's closest advisors, Roan was one of the few members of the Civilized who called for social reform, which eventually led to the election of Ewane as planetary leader. Although middle-aged, Roan was an imposing man distinguished by the shock of gray hair that covered one side of his head. Roan was accused of backing the assassins who later murdered Ewane, but even Ewane's daughters, Eritha and Alani, scoffed at any possible connection. After they were kidnapped from Roan's residence, he agreed to meet with Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi because he felt that he was powerless to stop the rapid degeneration of his society. Roan was later given an ultimatum from the kidnappers: resign his position as planetary ruler or the twins would be harmed. He agreed to their demands, but was later killed when he went to meet with them. The twins were soon released, but Eritha discovered that Alani was secretly working for Balog. She made her own connections, blaming Balog for Roan's death as well as that of Ewane. (TTB, DOH)

Roaring Creater
this was one of the many Tasar Crystal mining settlements on the planet Tasariq which were active during the height of the New Order. It was the largest, active boomtown of the time. (SWJ15)

Roaring River
this river flowed into Roaring Canyon, on the planet Tasariq, forming a series of waterfalls which led to Echo Lake. (SWJ15)

Roaring River Cantina
this tavern was located within Roaring Crater, on the planet Tasariq. Like most other establishments in Roaring Crater, the Cantina was little more than a permament tent. (SWJ15)

Roa's Rules
Han Solo, shortly after his discharge from the Imperial Navy, learned to live by these rules as a smuggler: "never ignore a call for help, never take from those who are poorer than yourself, never play sabacc unless you're prepared to lose, always be prepared to make a quick getaway, and never pilot a ship under the influence." (THG)

Roat, Antar
pronouced "Ro-At", this was Wedge Antilles' alias when the Rogue Squadron pilots infiltrated Coruscant. Roat was an Imperial Colonel who was shot down over Vladet, in the Rachuk System. Roat's face was severely injured, and was temporarily covered with a metallic cover. This served Wedge fine, since it covered up most of his face. Roat was scheduled to have reconstructive surgery at the Rohair Biochemical Clinic, which explained his presense on the planet. Wedge thought the Roat alias had been abandoned, but was asked to take it up again when Ysanne Isard - having escaped from the Battle of Thyferra - recruited Rogue Squadron to hunt down Prince-Admiral Krennel and the clone of Isard herself. Using her contacts within both the Empire and the New Republic, Isard had Roat's files updated to indicate he was in command of Requiem Squadron, an experimental squadron of TIE Defenders. Her plan was to have Roat and his squadron of TIE Defenders defect to Ciutric to offer their services to Krennel, whose forces had suffered huge losses in the struggle to capture the Rogues over Distna. Krennel accepted their offer, which allowed Wedge and the Rogues to infiltrate Krennel's forces and bring about their destruction. Once they had gained Krennel's confidence, the Rogues could then take out much of Ciutric's orbital defenses while a ground assault team, led by Major Telik, would eliminate any surface defenses. (WG, IR)

Roath Vogog
this was the name of a famous Houk individual. (UANT)

ROB
this was an abbreviation for the rear observation blister of a starship. (BF2)

Roba
this species of giant-tusked, pig-like animals was native to the planet Aralia. Weighing more than 900 kilograms on average, robas had few enemies on Aralia until the Ranats managed to find their way to the planet. Since then, the roba have become the Ranats' favorite food, and their population has dwindled rapidly. A population of roba were also raised on Taanab as food sources. (GG4, EGP)

Robalto, Gibsun
this man was the head of his local COMPNOR SAGroup, and traveled the width and breadth of the Empire to witness first-hand the might and power of the New Order. (HR)

Robari, Alhond
this man worked as the head chef at the Firaxa Room, on the planet Manaan, during the height of the New Order. He was known for his unusual and exotic dishes, and he often surprised his patrons by serving their food by himself. (PH)

Robeir XXIII
this descendant of the House of Cron ruled the Cronese Mandate during the New Order. He was loyal to Emperor Palpatine, but ruled the sector as a client king. (ML)

Robeskin
this was the term used to describe a thin, living membrane developed by the Yuuzhan Vong as a portable cloak. The robeskin provided the wearer with minimal protection, but served to cover their body. The robeskin received food by feeding on the bodily secretions of the creature that wore it. Skin cells, sweat, blood, and skin oils were all ingested by the robeskin as it hung around its owner's form. In return for this sustenance, the robeskin kept its owner covered from the elements, and could even assist in the healing process if its owner were injured. By consuming the pus and effluvia of an injury, the robeskin helped prevent infection while using its own curative properties to help its owner heal quickly. (EL2, T)

Robetheri
this Nightsister witch rose to power on her homeworld of Dathomir, in the wake of the Battle of Endor and the death of Imperial Warlord Zsinj. Robetheri took control of the Imperial garrison that was located to the north of the Great Canyon, and ruled over her followers with an iron fist. She adopted the title of War Chief, after she defeated many of her comrades in battle. She dreamed of taking over the entire Nightsister clan, and of eventually conquering the entire planet, until she was unseated by a group of Light Side witches who were supported by a group of offworlders. (GORW)

Robida Colossus
the huge, steam-powered starship that served as the flagship of King Empatojayos of Ganath. It is shaped like a pointed submarine. (DE2)

Robo-barge
this was a generic term used to describe any automated cargo transport ship, although it most often referred to planet-bound vessels that moved over land or sea. (HSE)

Robo-bartender
this was a generic term used to describe any automaton that was programmed to manage the operation of a bar or tavern. These droids came in many forms, from self-propelled units to stationary drink mixers. (HSR)

Robo-flatbed
any automated cargo movement system. (SWR)

Robo-freighthauler
this was a generic term used to describe any automated, heavy freight transport vehicle. (HSL)

Robo-hack
this was the generic term used to describe any automated taxi craft. (HSE)

Robo-hauler
this was the generic term used to describe any automated cargo-moving craft. (HSE)

Robot Starfighters
another name for the Imperial TIE/D ships. (DE1)

Robo-valet
this was a generic term used to describe any automaton that served as a being's personal attendant. These droids were most often encountered at hotels, and aboard luxury starliners. (HSR)

Robo-vassal
a generic term used to describe any automaton programmed for domestic occupations. (HSR)

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