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Fall of the Sun, The
a famous novel written by Erwithat. (COJ)

Fall Topas
this Polneyi female was Platt Mallar's mother. She was a beautiful plant biologist on Polneye. (BTS)

Fall, The
this was the ancient term used to describe the fall of the Sith Empire, when it crumbled apart some 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. (TOJC)

Fallanassi
a group of beings which originated on Lucazec, the Fallanassi eventually became a quasi-religious order made up of various species. The Fallanasi were originally formed by a group of Force adepts who followed the way of the White Current, another name for the Force. The original Fallanasi had no desire to physically affect their surroundings, and their knowledge of the White Current eliminated all aspects of physical manipulation using the Force. Instead, they focused on the mind, spirit and body, and how these three entities formed a single individual. This flowed into the ways in which numbers of individuals formed the eddies and whorls of the White Current. The Fallanassi were the subject of Imperial pursuit during the Galactic Civil War, for Palpatine wanted to control their Force-like powers. The Fallanassi fled Lucazec some two years before the Battle of Yavin, and scattered throughout the galaxy. They have an innate ability to change names, appearances, and habits in order to blend in with their surroundings. This has allowed them to evade Imperial pursuit on the various worlds they fled to, such as Teyr and Atzerri. Most of the Fallanassi had relocated to planets in the Koornacht Cluster, and were subjected to the executions of the Yevetha during the Black Fleet Crisis. A few realized the danger, and sent the Star Morning to recover any and all survivors. Following the Battle of N'zoth, the remaining Fallanassi fled the Cluster and hid themselves, hoping to recover from their losses and regain their strength and unity. Many followed Akanah and settled on Pydyr, where they remained hidden from the rest of the galaxy for many years. After the defeat of the Yuuzhan Vong, the Fallanassi wondered at the wisdom of the new Jedi order's view of the Force as a single entity. Many Fallanassi saw their new beliefs as folly that was rivaled only by their arrogance, fearing that new Jedi Knights would tap the Dark Side as well as the Light Side, thereby falling more quickly to evil. (BTS, SOL, WOTC, DN1)

Fallanji
this Twi'lek was a minor crimelord on the planet Alvorine, during the early years of the New Republic. Fallanji was, at one time, a member of Krova the Hutt's organization. When Krova was captured by Langro Dis and held by the Republic, Fallanji offered to provide any information needed to convict the Hutt, so long as Fallanji himself could take over Krova's small empire. Note that this character is also referred to as Fallonji. (GMR5)

Falleen
this planet was the homeworld of the Falleen race. In the years following the Battle of Naboo, Falleen experienced a boom in the construction of factories and manufacturing facilities, as corporations found it was cheaper to maintain such facilities on remote planets. Later, during the early years of the New Order, Darth Vader set up a bacteriological research outpost on the planet. When a highly-destructive bacterium got loose, Vader acted without remorse. He ordered his ships in orbit to raze the laboratory and the city surrounding it. Vader wiped out the bacterium, along with an entire city and over two hundred thousand Falleen. Among the dead were Prince Xizor's parents, a brother and two sisters, and three uncles. Decades later, Falleen fell to the Yuuzhan Vong, shortly after the destruction of the Fondor shipyards and Hosk Station. (SE, MA, BP, JQ9)

Falleen
a reptilian alien race characterized by their cool, calculating demeanor. They despised mammalian races as inferior to their cold, reptilian cousins. They were covered with small scales, and often had a topknot of hair on their heads. Their scales change color with their emotions, and they exude intense pheromones when they want to. The males use these pheromones to attract females. The Falleen are humanoid in stature, and have clawed fingers and toes. Their ancestors lived in the water, and most Falleen litters are birthed in the water. They have evolved into what some consider the most beautiful of all humanoid races. As a people, the Falleen existed in a feudal society, with noble houses ruling over lower classes of artisans, workers, and slaves. Rather than become wrapped up in learning about the galaxy at large, the Falleen chose to remain introverted and refine their already "superior" culture. Then, about ten years before the Battle of Hoth, Darth Vader eliminated a great portion of the Falleen population in order to stop the spread of a bioweapon which had been tested on the planet and had been set free. In reaction to these murders, the Falleen withdrew even further from the galactic community. After the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy, the Falleen were forced to flee the alien invaders, who subjugated their homeworld shortly after the Battle of Fondor. (SE, AE, BP)

Falleen
this was the native language of the Falleen race. (UANT)

Falleen's Fist
Prince Xizor's personal skyhook on Coruscant, it was destroyed during the space battle over Coruscant between Xizor's forces trying to intercept Leia Organa and the Alliance. The battle attracted the attention of the Imperial fleet under Darth Vader, who concentrated his fire on Xizor's forces instead of the Alliance. Vader wanted thwart Xizor's attempts to kill Luke Skywalker, and chose to have Luke escape. Vader opened fire on Xizor's skyhook when Xizor failed to call in his ships. It is believed that Xizor was killed on the skyhook. (SE)

Fallen Warrior Cantina
this rundown cantina was located in the north quadrant of the city of Tel Bollin, on the planet Endregaad, during the early years of the New Order. During the time that the Endregaad Plague was still virulent, the Fallen Warrior was a refuge for those beings who wanted nothing to do with the Corporate Sector Authority, which had blockaded the planet and erected a relief center on the south side of the city. (TF)

Falling Rodian
this cantina was located on the Tolea Biqua space station, near the planet Genarius, during the last years of the Old Republic. (WOA4)

Falling Star Saloon
this rustic establishment was located on Starlyte Station. Like most of the station, the Saloon was held together with parts salvaged from the rest of the station. The bar was formed from repliwood, and filled one entire quadrant of the Saloon. (WSV)

Fallon, Kern
this Senior Lieutenant in the Imperial Navy served as Admiral Greelanx's aide aboard the Imperial Destiny. (THG)

Fallone, Hahz
depending on who you talked to, this man was known as a shrewd businessman or a consummate crook. He had strong ties to the business community in Iritsa, on the planet Chazwa, and was suspected of being the leader of a criminal organization. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, he was rumored to have possession of the Black Sphere, and a bounty was placed on its return. The natives of Eckless had been subjugated by Fallone's forces, and forced to mine ores and minerals for Fallone's own use. The natives rebelled, and managed to unseat Fallone's position of power. However, Fallone stole the Black Sphere before he left the planet and fled back to Chazwa. He used the money he obtained from the sale of the ores and minerals to bankroll his operations on Chazwa, and grew steadily richer. However, he was pursued to Chazwa by Rusha and a group of bounty hunters searching for the Black Sphere. During the hunt, it was revealed that Fallone had used ships and men from Jorga Sune's group to work on Eckless, under a truce which Fallone reneged on as soon as he had the Black Sphere. When Fallone learned that Rusha was looking for him, he used her bounty on the Sphere to help eliminate Jorga Sune. He also had Rusha killed in the process, thereby eliminating all threats against him. (ND)

Falloon
this Rodian was living on the planet Sriluur, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He offered a group of Jedi supporters a large sum of credits to allow him and his droid, 9T-LOM, a chance to escape from Peace Brigade goons. He was obviously wealthy, but carried himself as something of a commoner. Nevertheless, the mercenaries managed to get him to his ship, the Gilded Thranta, and they all escaped to Coruscant. Along the way, the mercenaries learned that Falloon was actually the Rodian accountant Soolehad. (WOA13)

Falls of Dessiar
a beautiful, scenic location on Ithor. The natives, as well as off-worlders, visit the site for its peaceful, relaxing qualities. (COJ)

Falltower
this Alliance Lieutenant accompanied Leia Organa on a mission to evacuate the base on Arbra, shortly after the fleet was hidden within a pyramid of Kerts-Bhrg field generators near Arbra's star. (LTA5, MC58)

Falmal
this Krish served as one of Gamgalon's henchmen, and was the leader of most of the Morodin safaris. (TFE)

Faln Horn
this was a woodwind instrument used in jatz music. (SWJ3)

Fa-Loh-Sui
this female Tiss'shar assassin was courted at one time by the pirate Abin-Ral-Xufush. (PP)

Fa-Loh-Sui
this modified Corellian Engineering Corporation CR90 corvette was the flagship of Abin-Ral-Xufush's Dark Wing pirate fleet. It was armed with four double turblaser cannons, an ion cannon, and a tractor beam generator. The ship was taken from an Alliance force which patrolled the Outer Rim, and was named for a Tiss'shar assassin Abin-Ral-Xufush had once courted. (PP)

Falon, Mellora
this young woman graduated from a prestigious, scientific university shortly after the Battle of Naboo. Shortly afterward, she claimed to have been part of an expedition to Uriek, where she befriended Granta Omega. She developed an attachment to Sith artifacts after spending time with Omega, and later helped him capture Anakin Skywalker. She revealed that she had taken Darra Thel-Tanis' lightsaber while on Haariden, and challenged a drugged Anakin to a duel. Even in his stupor, Anakin nearly defeated her, but Omega ordered his people to flee. Her devotion to Omega and the Sith was deep, but she overestimated Omega's concern for her. When the pair was confronted on Haariden, as the Kaachtari volcano began to erupt, Omega pushed Mellora off his swoop and fled to safety. She was rescued by Obi-Wan and Anakin, and turned over to the Haaridan police for questioning. (JQ4)

Falor
this was a common name used by the Qwohog race. (UANT)

Fal'Orssk
this smuggler used a pair of stun gauntlets as both personal protection and as weapons, during the New Order. (GUN)

Falotil
a plant which grows and edible fruit. The trees are found in Tatooine's oases. (TME)

Falovan
this man served as a bounty hunter's expediter on the planet Revkinn V. For a small fee, Falovan would help bounty hunters locate the most recently-placed bounties. (GG10)

Faloww
this man was a noted security expert on the planet Garqi, during the early years of the New Republic. (GUN)

Falsswon
this tall, blue-skinned humanoid male lived in the city of Tolea Biqua, on Cularin, during the last decades of the Old Republic. An imposing figure, Falsswon had sharpened his black-rooted teeth to make him look more fearsome. He was interviewed briefly by Melanda Forswoth, shortly before the Battle of Geonosis, and asked several questions about the Caarite homeworld of Caarimon. He took exception to her superficial questions, and pulled a blaster out of his clothing. He shot the camera which had been taping the interview, and Forswoth was never seen again. The Cularin Central Broadcasting corporation later recovered the camera and its recordings, and aired them in an effort to help locate Falsswon. (LFCW)

Falt, Corrun
this gruff man worked for the Czerka Corporation, at their office on Citadel Station, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

Falumba
this was a species of strange, comical avian that was considered silly in its demeanor by many races. (LCM)

Falumpaset
this huge beast resembles an elephant-sized horse, and was native to the planet Naboo. These highly intelligent, powerful creatures roamed the swamps and plains of the planet in great herds, and their distinctive bellowing call can be heard for kilometers around. Excellent swimmers, falumpasets could be domesticated, and were used as beasts of burden by the Gungans. However, their temperment was uniformly stubborn and uncooperative at best. (GF, SON, WSW)

Falung
this Yuuzhan Vong priestess worshipped Yun-Harla. It was Falung who took in Vergere, after Zonama Sekot repelled the alien invaders' first attacks, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. Falung already had one familiar, but Vergere promised to provide information about the galaxy in return for her life. This familiar, a bird-like creature, had been taken from the galaxy, and was the only creature among the Yuuzhan Vong who radiated any kind of presence in the Force. (DW)

Falx
a Dimok modified CR90 corvette used during the Sepan Civil War, as well as in battle against the Empire. (TIE)

Falynn
this was one of the most common female names given to human children across the galaxy. (GCG)

Fam
this was a common name given to male Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

Fambaa
this giant creature, native to the planet Naboo, resembled a reptile but was technically an amphibian. The fambaa was herbivorous and even-tempered by nature, but was fearsome in its appearance. They have been domesticated by the land-dwelling Gungans as a pack animal, and can carry huge loads such as the immense shield generators used to protect Gungan warriors. Before the Gungans moved to dwellings beneath the water, there were no wild fambaas on Naboo. However, in their haste to escape the notice of the Naboo, the Gungans abandoned small groups of fambaa, which eventually established their own packs. Young fambaa was hatched in eggs, and were born with feathery gills that allowed them to live in the water before emerging onto land. (SW1, GF, SON, WSW)

Famulus
this was one of the House Vandron crusiers which escorted the Prominenceand the Ecliptic to Asmeru, during the Old Republic's attempt to infiltrate the Nebula Front. It was the Famulus which relayed the news of the Ecliptic's destruction to Coruscant. (COD)

Fan Gantree
this female Sullustan served as a communications engineer aboard the Esfandia Long-Range Communications Base, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (FH3)

Fanback
this long-bodied, cold-blooded amphibian is native to the planet Naboo. Their bodies are supported by four short legs, and a fin-like dorsal spine runs along the length of their backs, giving them their name. They are carnivorous, and a pair of huge tusks juts upward from their lower jaws. (GF)

Fanblade Fighter
this was the common name for the Ginivex-class starfighter that was produced by the Geonosians during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWDB)

Fanboy
this is military slang for a crewman of a hovercraft. (SWJ9)

Fanciful Illusion
this was the name of a cracian thumper which was raced at the Heatherdowns Hotel and Track, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TSIA)

Fandar
a Chadra-Fan scientist working for DRAPAC on Project Decoy. He is severely wounded by the first human replica droid created by himself and Fugo, and Fugo then continues working on it. (QE)

Fandar
a pirate Captain known as the Pirate Prince, Fandar was, at one time, ranked as high a sixth on the Empire's "most wanted" lists. He ravaged Imperial space, stealing whatever he could. He was employed briefly by the Alliance, in an attempt to harass and disrupt Imperial shipping lanes. (RPG)

Fandi, Nort
this man lived aboard the BioCruiser, working as a shuttle pilot. He was dispatched to meet Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker on Hilo, when the Jedi were asked to investigate the BioCruiser. (JAD)

Fandomar
Momaw Nadon's Ithorian wife, she lived and worked aboard the Tafanda Bay even while Nadon was exiled from the planet. She greeted Hoole and his young charges, Zak and Tash Arranda, when they arrived on Ithor to pick up supplies. She accompanied them to Mining Station Alpha as part of her own, self-imposed punishment, and was taken aback to learn that the tomb which held the entity known as Spore had been opened. She destroyed the mining outpost in an effort to kill Spore, but the entity had already infected Hodge. They escaped to Ithor, but Spore attacked as soon as they were on the ground. She later revealed to Tash Arranda that she was the individual who told the Empire about Spore's existence, and that was why she made regular runs to Mining Station Alpha. (TME, GOF9)

Fane
this was one of the most common female names among the Corellians. (GMR9)

Fanfar
a musical instrument. (TME)

Fang
this assassin droid was employed by Boddu Bocck as the guardian of his offices in Port Town on Cloud City. The droid resembled a small All-Terrain Scout Transport, and was named for the metallic spikes which filled its "mouth." (IDC)

Fang
this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XVT)

Fang
this was the name of the de-venomed dinko Han Solo gave to Ploovo Two-for-One. (EGA)

Fangface
this was a derogatory term used to describe a member of the Aqualish race. (DN1)

Fangol
this small, frozen world is located in Mortex Sector, and was the site of a hidden Alliance base. The base housed the sector's headquarters deep in the icy crust of the planet. The planet was continually shrouded in a white, icy mist that was formed from the ejecta of hundreds of icy volcanoes. The mists reflected all light from space, making the planet appear to be a solid ball of white. The mists also disrupted communications, so the Alliance established a listening post on the planet's only moon. The mists themselves are poisonous to breathe, being laden with sulfur and other chemicals from the volcanoes. The Alliance brought the captured Black Ice to Fangol, unaware that the Empire had placed a homing beacon on the ship. The Alliance was forced to evacuate the base, but Lawra Mers proposed using the Black Ice to ram the torpedo sphere sent to wipe out the base. The plan succeeded, giving the Alliance an oppportunity to safely evacuate the base. (BI)

Fanladi
this was a common female name among the Mon Calamari race. It referred to a graceful sea creature that was native to Mon Calamari. (GCG)

Fanladi
this graceful, herbivorous mammal was native to the oceans of Mon Calamari. (GCG)

Fanron, Dasha
this Lieutenant Commander served the New Republic as a customs officer in the Ison Corridor. He was the first agent to successfully capture the Twi'leki slaver Slar-dan ti Gardi when the slaver attempted to bribe him. (SWJ8)

Fanta
this sour-faced Poldt was befriended by Jar Jar Binks during the Boonta Eve Classic podrace which was won by Anakin Skywalker, although Fanta tried hard to ignore the Gungan. (TPM)

Fantail
this warship was developed by the Corporate Alliance during the build-up to the Clone Wars. (LEV)

Fantain Mountains
this rocky mountain range, found on the planet Zaloriis, was noted for its leeward side, where several forms of life evolved despite the planet's harsh environment and wind-swept surface. (GB)

Fan-tan
a game of chance and skill played in most casinos. (SL)

Fantazi Mushroom
this wild mushroom was native to the planet Ord Cestus, and was noted for certain mind-altering properties it had when cooked or processed. Although many knew that fantazi could cloud the mind, when taken in appropriate doses it also sharpened the senses. (TCD)

Fanteel
this large fish was native to the planet Kamino, and was hunted for its tasty flesh. (TCD)

Far Cry
this dusk band was formed on the planet Tuttin IV, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. Its founding members included Ryley Ancum, Hannis D'lund, and Erik Lauderslag. (GMR6)

Far Distance
this northern polar region was one of the many Ferroan settlements on the planet Zonama Sekot. Potential buyers of Sekotan starships were brought to the Far Distance in order to be united with seed-partners. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Zonama Sekot made a blind jump into hyperspace to avoid the sabotage of Nom Anor. The Ferroans were forced to flee underground to avoid the ecological damage that occurred on the surface. The planet's travels brought it extremely close to several stars, and this proximity to stellar heat made the Far Distance fracture and melt away. (RP, UF)

Far Orbit
this Nebulon-B frigate was under Imperial control until one of its commanders, Dhas Vedij, staged a mutiny and took control of the ship from Captain Kenit. Vedij then provided his assistance to the Alliance, and used the Far Orbit to launch privateer raids on near-Core systems during the Galactic Civil War. (RASB, FOP)

Far Orbit Project
this Alliance operation was based on a series of ideas and proposals from Ral'Rai Muvunc, and involved using privateers to harass Imperial patrols and obtain supplies for the Alliance. The Alliance contracted the services of Dhas Vedij and the Far Orbit to raid Imperial worlds and convoys in the Ringali Shell shortly after the Battle of Yavin. The project was considered by many to be a success, as Vedij and his crew single-handedly captured Imperial Advisor Coh Veshiv, obtained a wealth of Imperial and corporate cargoes, and pirated a huge cache of gems, spice, and artworks from the Star Galleon Emperor's Will. All profits were split evenly between the Alliance and the crew of the Far Orbit. (FOP)

Far Outsiders
this was the Ferroan name for the Yuuzhan Vong. Unknown to most historians, the extragalactic alien race had made its first foray into the known galaxy when it attacked the planet Zonama Sekot shortly after the Battle of Naboo. The Jedi Knight Vergere, on Zonama Sekot to secure a Sekotan starship, discovered that the Far outsiders seemed to have no connection to the Force. Despite the fact that the Far Outsiders flew in starships which were organic in nature and similar to Sekotan starships, the planet rejected them as did the Magister. The Far Outsiders retailated by attacking the planet from orbit, leaving much of the southern hemisphere in ruins.However, Zonama Sekot managed to recover and fought back against the Yuuzhan Vong, with the help of Vergere. Vergere then gave herself up to the Far Outsiders, in an effort to stop the bombardment. The Far Outsiders agreed to Vergere's plan, and left the planet with her. A year later, Zonama Sekot was attacked by Wilhuff Tarkin, and Sekot armed the planet's huge hyperdrives and took it into hyperspace. (RP, DW)

Far Qasqi
this gas giant was the seventh and outermost planet of the Centares System, located in the Mid Rim. It was orbited by eight moons. (WOA32)

Far Seeker
this decrepit luxury liner was the only ship that plied the only major hyperspace route through the Minor Cluster, during the New Order. Its point of origin was on Travnin. (GG6)

Far Thunder
this Republic-class cruiser was part of the New Republic Navy task force assigned to Keyan Farlander, during the destruction of Komm Karsh's fleet near Obroa-skai. In the fighting, the Far Thunder took heavy damage to her hyperdrives. Captain Hannser argued to have the Far Thunder repaired, and General Farlander eventually assented. It limped away with an escort, and was scheduled for repair when the Yuuzhan Vong discovered its location. The crew was evacuated to the Whip Hand, which then fired on the Far Thunder and destroyed it, leaving nothing for the Yuuzhan Vong to recover. (DW)

Far Wash
this was the name of outermost of the shallow seas that were located in the Swamplands, on the planet Desevro. Its position made it the farthest of the Washes from the coastline of Maslovar. (GORW)

Far*Reach IV PQR
this Loronar starship was designed for use as an Imperial survey vessel. It measured 80 meters in length, and was a bullet-shaped ship with two sets of wings. The first pair of wings was large, designed as cargo holds. The smaller, rearward pair of wings acted as stabilizers. The Far*Reach was armed with four laser cannons, and required a crew of six. (IC)

FAR202019S
this is the astrogation catalog designation of the planet J't'p'tan. (TT)

Farain Skyway
this was the eastern artery of the skyway that moved people around the city of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5. It connected eastward locations with the Old Bronzan district of the city, where travelers could connect with trains the moved along The Arch. (GORW)

Farana Sector
this area of space is located on the far side of the Corporate Sector from Atzerri. (SOL)

Farang
one of the native races of the planet Ab'Bshingh, the Farangs were almost constantly at war with the Waroot race throughout their history. When the planet was discovered by the Empire, the many battles were studied by the Imperial strategist Crat Dakerno, who was sent to subjugate the two races. Dakerno used their complex maneuvers to create the board game known as B'shingh. (SWJ8)

Farang
a gamepiece used in the game B'shingh. (TFE, SWJ8)

Fara's Belt
located in the Rolion Sector, this area of the galaxy was the site of an Imperial base in that sector. The Alliance hoped to attack it and make off before the Imperial knew what hit them, but Major Herrit had planted false information, and was aware of the impending attack. The Alliance's General Dodonna was in charge of the B-Wing attack, which was immediately surrounded and decimated by TIE Fighters. (RASB)

Faraway-class Scout Ship
this sensor-loaded reconnaisssance craft was developed by the Old Republic during the height of the Clone Wars. Its primary mission was to infiltrate areas of known or possible Separatist control, then obtain all manner of information before returning to its home base. Each of these ships was equipped with an R3-series astromech unit, to assist in piloting. (SWI76)

Farazzish
a Virujansian senator rescued from Captivity by the Alliance. (RC)

Farber
this was one of the pirates who served under Captain Naz Felyood aboard the Jynni's Virtue, during the height of the New Order. Farber was eventually killed by the Korriban Zombies, and his dead body was reanimated to join the zombies. (PH)

Farblemumble
a term used by Leia Organa-Solo to describe the multitude of people she met as the young daughter of Bail Organa. (SOL)

Farbog
this planet was loyal to the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War, and loaned its shipyards to help bolster the Alliance's meager naval fleet. (DN1)

Farboon
a planet captured by the Empire just before the Battle of Hoth. While in orbit around the planet, the Star Destroyer Vengeance was undergoing minor repairs when Maarek Stele took a TIE Interceptor out for a test run. He was wuickly caught up in the action when Admiral Mordon's shuttle was intercepted by Alliance spies. Stele rescued the shuttle with some help, and was admitted into TIE Pilot training. (TIE)

Farbreini MicroElectronics Limited
based on the planet Coruscant, this jeweler produced a variety of showy pins and brooches which employed micro-electronics and light-emitting matrices, during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

Fardon System
this star system was located in the Outer Rim Territories. (WBC)

Fardreamer, Cole
this young man was a native of the planet Tatooine, and grew up after Luke Skywalker had become a hero of the Alliance. Like many youths of his time, he grew up hoping to follow in Luke's footsteps. He began tinkering with landspeeders and skyhoppers, making a name for himself as a repairman. His dreams would have died, when he learned that much of Luke's success was due to the Force, except for the taunts he continually received from his peers. Their jeers only hardened his resolve, and he left Tatooine to become a mechanic for the New Republic on Coruscant. His abilities quickly earned him the respect and admiration of his superiors, and he was generally regarded as being on par with the Kloperians. It was Cole who was spotted by Skywalker, when he came to investigate the status of his X-Wing. Finding it dismantled for refitting, Luke demanded the Cole put it back together. In doing so, Cole discovered a detonation device in the new flight computer. Taking the initiative, Cole investigated all of the X-Wings, including the newer models. Similar detonation devices were in all of the New Republic's X-Wings, and despite the lack of support from the Kloperians, Cole persisted. He drew the attention of Wedge Antilles, who understood what Cole had discovered, and allowed Cole to continue his investigation. However, he became entangled with R2-D2 and C-3PO, and found himself in a stolen transport destined for Telti. It was there that he discovered Brakiss' droid factory, and the detonators being installed within them. He managed to get a message back to the New Republic, and got them to deactivate their droids. With the help of R2-D2 and C-3PO, he was able to drive Brakiss's droid troops away and forced Brakiss off Telti, eliminating the threat of more rigged droids. (TNR)

Farege, Wertram
this lithe, wily man was full of false bravado and swagger, but was really a coward at heart. Farege was also a double agent who worked with both the New Republic and the Iskalloni who tried to gain control of the galaxy. He tried to contract a group of Republic agents to transport droids, and during the trip he sabotaged their ship. He then planned to deliver the ship to the Iskalloni, so that they could raid its databanks of the locations of New Republic worlds. The Iskalloni could then move in and enslave the worlds, after enslaving the agents. However, Farege was double-crossed by the Iskalloni, which enslaved him as soon as they found the New Republic ship. Seeing that he had been used, Farege resisted long enough to warn the agents of the impending Iskalloni attack. He was later rescued by the agents, and the Iskalloni mutagen was removed from his system. (TSK)

Farell, Nalco
this man was the precinct director of the Thimwa district of Mallonore, on the planet Cmaoli Di, during the height of the New Order. (SWJ12)

Farendress Defel Exports
this small corporation funded the production anf export of unusual pieces of technology produced by the Defel race, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GFT)

Farex
this was a common name among the Toydarian race. (WOTC, UANT)

Fa'Rey
this legendary being was a naval Admiral, until his fleet mysteriously disappeared. Many an independent spacer plying the Daragon Trail claimed to have seen the ghostly apparation of Fa'Rey's flagship, although no evidence of the ghost ship was ever recovered. (DW)

Farfalla, Valenthyne
this elfin man was a noted Jedi Knight whose forces were sent to augment those of Lord Hoth in preparation for the Battle of Ruusan. Like his father before him, Farfalla was a noble who joined the Jedi Knights after being recruited by Pernicar's father. Because of his well-manicured appearance and his galloen-like starship, Lord Farfalla was not known as a military threat, and even Lord Hoth despaired upon learning that the future of the Jedi might depend on Farfalla's forces. Despite his reputation, it was Farfalla who warned Lord Kiel Charny of Githany's impending defection to the Dark Side, saving the Jedi Knight from death. Farfalla later saved Charny again, at Ruusan, riding his golden warship into battle of defeat the attacking Sith. His arrival was not welcomed by Lord Hoth, however, who believed Farfalla to be a foppish coward. Nevertheless, Hoth ordered Farfalla and his forces to leave Ruusan as soon as he learned of Lord Kaan's thought bomb, allowing them to escape certain death. (JVS)

Farfalla's Diamonds
this asteroid field circled the star known as Hoth's Brand, in between the orbits of Turpimir and Zor Vlahu. (SWMW)

Farfeld II
this planet, located in the Farfeld System, was the site of an Imperial system patrol fleet of CR90 corvettes. The Alliance gained knowledge of the base and destroyed it during the Galactic Civil War. (XW)

Fargane
this Ansionian was a member of the Unity of Community, during the months leading up to Ansion's vote to secede from the Old Republic. A native of the Hurkaset province, Fargane was the tallest and most educated of the four Ansionians who served the Unity, and was one of the members who didn't want to see Ansion remain with the Republic. He hated the fact that the Jedi Knights had been dispatched to Ansion to negotiate a treaty among the Ansionians, and resented the fact that the Jedi were given unlimited time in which to do so. Despite his misgivings, he was among the nine members of the Unity to vote in favor of Ansion remaining with the Old Republic, shortly before the Clone Wars. (APS)

Fargednim P'taan
a moderately successful drug smuggler operating after the Battle of Endor. He operated on the planet Yetoom Na Uun, and his medium-sized operation was growing during the early years of the New Republic. (COJ)

Farghul
this is the native sentient species found on the planet Farrfin. They are a felinoid race, covered in tawny fur and having prehensile tails. They are fearsome fighters and cunning thieves, although they were particularly intimidated by the Jedi Knights after the Jedi of the Old Republic tried to wipe out the smuggling bases on Farrfin. Farghuls are also distrustful of most politicians, and tend to be slightly xenophobic. However, among themselves or with friends, the Farghul were known to be mischievous and playful, telling bad jokes and rigging games of chance to their own benefit. Despite the fact that any Farghul who was caught cheating immediately turned over their illicit winnings and began to describe their con, most other beings in the galaxy considered them con artists and thieves. (TTSB, UANT)

Farghul
this was the native language of the Farghul people. (ANT)

Farglblag, Dagga
this was the alias assumed by Dagga Marl, given to her by Thrackan Sal-Solo when they were intercepted by New Republic forces which had retaken the planet Ylesia from the Peace Brigade. Thrackan and Dagga had been fleeing Peace City, hoping to escape both Ylesia and the Yuuzhan Vong. Their landspeeder was damaged in the flight, and they were apprehended by the New Republic's landing team. Thrackan, under the alias of Ludus Fazum, claimed that they were engaged to be married, but had fled as refugees to Falleen, where they had been captured by the Peace Brigade and enslaved on Ylesia. (Y)

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