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this was a noted Both poet of the Old Republic. (TF)

this planet is the primary world in the Halbara System. Located in the Elrood Sector, this planet is owned and operated by Radell Mining. The majority of the planet is covered by tropical rainforests, but it is also ravaged by monsoons most of the year. This makes mining difficult, but Radell has found the rewards worth the pain. They have stationed a security force on Halbara, and have given them authorization to shoot first and ask questions later. (PG3)

Halbara One
the capital city of the planet Halbara, Halbara One was essentially the base of operations for Radell Mining. (PG3)

this man, a native of Chandrila, was a noted Mid-Rim shipping magistrate during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ7)

one of the larger nations on the planet Adumar, the Halbegardians joined the Yedagonian Confederacy in opposing Cartann's perator, Pekaelic ke Teldan, and his bid to rule Adumar's world government. (SOA)

a huge staff-like weapon used by the rancors on Dathomir. (CPL)

a Ripoblus assault transport used during the Sepan Civil War, as well as in battle against the Empire. (TIE)

this Imperial escort carrier was part of a small fleet dispatched to inspect and protect various communications arrays, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XWA)

Halbert, Elias
generally regarded as a drunkard and a liar, this immense, Corellian man was a smuggler who liked to tell people that he wasn't always inebriated. Halbert stood nearly two and a half meters tall, and his large head was crowned a a messy mop of black hair. Much of his early career was marked by successful missions, until he started losing ships and crewmembers. Elias was suddenly a liability, and many of his old employers stopped calling. A huge man, Elias made a small ripple when he ended up on Socorro, as his reputation and his drinking preceded him. The Society of the Black Bha'lir accepted him, but they never made any effort to clean him up. However, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, he caught the attention of Abdi-Badawzi. The Twi'lek saw that Halbert retained a spark of potential, and took an interest in rehabilitating him. Halbert began making a concerted effort to clean up his act. He reworked a freighter, known as the Seldom Different, and struggled to stay sober while Abdi-Badawzi began funneling jobs his way. (SWJ2, BSS)

according to legend, this ancient Jedi Knight fell from the Light Side and began learning anything he could about the Dark Side and Sith teachings. When he felt a strange disturbance in the Force, he sought out its source and discovered the Cthol race and their Codex. Greedy and evil, Halbret exterminated the Cthol and took the Codex for himself. Halbret was later killed in a space battle with a group of Jedi Knights, and the Codex was lost for several millennia. Many historians of the New Republic believe that Halbret was, in fact, a woman, after the discovery of the planet Kathol by the crew of the FarStar and the location of the Shrine of the Sleeper. All the history of the Kathol matched with that of the Cthol, down to the presence of Halbret in suspended animation on Kathol. The FarStar's crew was able to reanimate Halbret, who was known as the Sleeper to the races of Kathol. They learned that she had been born on Coruscant, and traveled to the farthest reaches of the known galaxy (what later became the Inner Rim) to seek her destiny. As a Jedi Knight, she was sensitive to the ripples in the Force which spread out after a Dark Jedi enslaved the Kathol, and she traveled to Kathol Sector to find out what was happening. In the battle against the Dark Jedi, it was Halbret who stood alone against him, and her strength against her opponent generated the energy which caused the Rift Disaster. In return for her help in defeating the Dark Jedi, the ancient Kathol gave her the opportunity to survive the Rift Disaster by going into suspended animation. Halbret agreed, and was frozen in time until the FarStar's crew found her. Halbret also revealed that she and Jessa Dajus shared a common ancestry, which explained Jessa's resemblance. After awakening, Halbret assisted the crew of the FarStar in defeating DarkStryder's minions, then released the ancient Kathol from the Lifewell. During the struggle, though, Halbret realized that Jessa was unable to defeat the creatures she was fighting. Halbret threw herself in front of a killing blow, sacrificing herself to save Jessa. Jessa stared, dumbfounded, as Halbret's body dissolved and became part of The Force. (GMH, E)

Halcyon Six
this was Nejaa Halcyon's callsign, during the final space battle over Praesitlyn, some two and a half years after the Battle of Geonosis. (JT)

Halcyon, Kieran
this Jedi Knight was one of many Corellians who became Jedi. He was a famed Knight, and was responsible for eliminating the Afarathu sect some 400 years before the Battle of Endor. Keiran was one of the ancestors of Nejaa Halcyon. The Halcyon line, while famous in the lore of Corellia, was notably unable to use the Force for telekinetic abilities. (IJ)

Halcyon, Kieran
Corran Horn used the alias of Kieran Halcyon during his Jedi training and his search for Mirax Terrik, shortly after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. (IJ)

Halcyon, Nejaa
this Corellian Jedi Master was Valin Horn's father, and was good friends with Rostek Horn. He was one of a handful of Jedi who broke the code on marriage, having taken vows with his wife, Scerra. The birth of Valin was a precious event to him, but also one that he worked hard to keep secret from the Jedi Order. Despite his best efforts, though, Nejaa was pretty sure that Master Yoda had some idea of his family's existence, and always wondered why nothing was done about it. Shortly before the Battle of Geonosis, Halcyon led a team of Jedi Knights to locate and recapture the Scarlet Thranta, after the ship's captain and crew defected from the Old Republic. Halcyon managed to intercept Zozridor Slayke and his crew on Bpfassh, but was tricked by the rogue Captain. While Zozridor sent one of his lieutenants - a Rodian named Grudo - to challenge Halcyon to a fight, Zozridor slipped behind the lines and stole Halcyon's own ship, the Plooriod Bodkin. Slayke then fled into space, leaving Halcyon and his team without their quarry and without their starship. The net result was that the Jedi Council had been forced to remove Halcyon from command, pending another chance to redeem himself. This chance occurred more than two years after the onset of the Clone Wars, when the Intergalactic Communications Center on Praesitlyn was captured by Separatist forces led by Pors Tonith. Halcyon was paired with Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker on the mission, and was surprised and confused to learn that Zozridor Slayke was already on Praesitlyn, putting up as much resistance as he could. Upon reaching Praesitlyn, Halcyon was forced to put his pride behind him and work together with Slayke to create a battle plan. Luckily for both men, Skywalker as eager to devise plans as well. Although their initial plan failed because of a lack of information, later plans allowed Anakin to launch a desparate rescue mission. After Pors Tonith was captured and the hostages at the communications were freed, Halcyon was able to return to Coruscant with good news. He was also reinstated as a commander. Nejaa was also a good friend of Ylenic It'kla during this time, and the Caamasi was the one who brought word of Nejaa's death to Corellia. When he died on a mission to locate Nikkos Tyris Suarbi, shortly after the Clone Wars, Rostek cared for Halcyon's family, eventually falling in love with - and marrying - Halcyon's widow Scerra. He also adopted Nejaa's ten-year-old son Valin, but nicknamed him Hal, in honor of his father and to cover up his relationship to the Jedi. Nejaa had given Rostek a Jedi Credit medallion, which Rostek passed on to Hal, who in turn passed it to Corran Horn. Corran discovered the existence of Nejaa during his escape from Lusankya, as he stumbled upon a buried Jedi museum near the Galactic Museum. Corran also discovered Nejaa's lightsaber, which he put to use in his escape. Nejaa's true relationship to Corran was revealed by Luke Skywalker, shortly after Tycho Celchu was released from prison. (KT, HNN5, JT)

Halcyon, Scerra
this woman was Nejaa Halcyon's wife, and a childhood friend of Rostek Horn. Horn later married Scerra, after Halcyon's death during the Clone Wars, and adopted their son, Valin. Valin later took the name Hal Horn, to avoid being caught up in Emperor Palpatine's Jedi Purge. (IJ, NEGC)

Halcyon, Valin
this was Hal Horn's given name, since he was actually the son of the Jedi Master Nejaa Halcyon and his wife, Scerra. After Nejaa's death during the Clone Wars, Rostek Horn married Valin's mother and erased all data on the Halcyon family in an effort to protect them from Emperor Palpatine's Jedi purge. Thus, Valin Halcyon was renamed Hal Horn, in honor of Nejaa. (KT)

this planet was one of the primary worlds of Haldeen Sector. It was here that Justice Action Network terrorist Earnst Kamiel was extradited after being captured on Elrood. (SWJ8)

a planet. (GG10)

Hale Return
this Imperial medical platform was stationed near the planet Borosk, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (FH1)

this was the primary city on the planet Kattada. Despite the assertions of its leadership, Haleoda was considered by many to be a haven for smugglers during the height of the New Order. (SWEP)

Half Unders
this was the term used by the natives of the planet Lamaredd to describe those beings who lived in the underwater section of the settlement of Bartyn's Landing. (GMR7)

Halfback's Bluff
this unusual gambling game evolved on the planet Pantolomin. It involved betting on which particular Pantolomin halfback would retrieve a shiny object thrown into the shallow waters of the planet. If the creatures wrestled among themselves for more than ten minutes without any one individual taking the trinket, all bets were collected by the house. (SWJ4)

this temperate world orbitted three suns, and was in turn orbited by a handful of moons. (JQ5)

Hali Ke
this Kaminoan served as a senior research geneticist during the development of the clone troopers created for the Grand Army of the Republic. Hali Ke wrote about the dangers that were inherent in the recreation of human life, and of the need for Kaminoan cloners to improve their techniques to eliminate errors. (RCHC)

a seductive perfume. (MTS)

this common Zabrak surname meant "visitor" - or, more literally, meal sack", referring to strangers to a family who were welcome as long as the food held out.. (GCG)

a Tetan minister killed by the Krath. His head was served to Satal Keto on a platter. (DLS)

known also as a strangle vine, this arboreal predator was native to the forests of Bothawui. These creatures appear to be nothing more than a tangled mass of vines and plant material, with a main body sack which was covered with cracked, bark-like skin. Halkras allowed various lichens and small seeds to grow on their skin, further enhancing their camouflage. Each halkra had twelve tentacles which it could sprout from its sides to tangle its prey and constrict it, and then draw it into the central sack for digestion. Halkras often settled near watering holes and other locations where other wildlife gathered, hanging from low tree branches and seeming to be a part of the forest. (SPG)

this muscular woman was a Captain in the Imperial military, and served as Governor Shran Etison's personal aide during the height of the New Order. (GMR6)

Hall d'main
this unusual creature lives in a different sector than the glet-mite, but it was discovered by Beldorion's second Kubaz chef that their excretions complemented the glet-mite's teleological systems perfectly. This caused the glet-mites to grow to unusual proportions. (POT)

Hall of Clan Justice
this was the primary courthouse and judicial building found in the city of Phemiss, on the planet New Plympto. (CCW)

Hall of Confluence
this immense edifice was created by the Yuuzhan Vong on the planet Coruscant, after they captured the planet and transformed it into a reconstruction of Yuuzhan'tar. Situated within the yorik-coral confines of The Citadel, it was here that Supreme Overlord Shimrra met to address the assembled masses. The Hall was formed from the immense body and skeleton of a Vongformed creature. (DW, UF)

Hall of Contests
this room, found aboard the Charon starship Desolate, was an eight-chambered cave system. Various Charon bio-constructs were placed in the chambers, ready to attack any alien lifeforms. The Charon used the Hall to gauge the ferocity and resourcefulness of lifeforms they planned to annihilate. (OS)

Hall of Decisions
this Adarian building is the headquarters of their society's governmental and corporate offices. (GG12)

Hall of Edification
this ancient building was located on the planet Nazzri, and contained all the histories of the Nazzar people. (TOJC)

Hall of Evidence
this was a form of large mausoleum maintained by both the Daan and the Melida, deep in the city of Zehava, as a constant reminder of the heroes who fought valliantly during their civil war. Ornamental tombstones contained holographic projectors, which displayed a hologram of the deceased and gave a short history of their own struggle with the enemy. Each side of the struggle sought to detroy the other's Halls, in an effort to demoralize their opponent. (DOD)

Hall of Heroes
this underground hall was carved by the X'Ting race beneath the surface of their homeworld of Ord Cestus, in honor of those ancient X'Ting who had contributed the most to their history. The most noted invidivuals represented in the Hall of Heroes were the warriors who had helped the X'Ting defeat the Spider People, as well as noted leaders of their race. Each individual was depicted as a huge statue, many times larger than life. It was the Hall of Heroes which served as the primary entrance to the labyrinth of security systems that protected the royal eggs of the X'Ting during the last decades of the Old Republic. Any X'Ting who wished to locate the eggs had to find the correct entry point into the Hall. After the Great Plague, one group of X'Ting chose to establish their own hive in the Hall of Heroes, keeping to the old ways and ensuring that the pathway to the royal eggs was well-guarded. However, these X'Ting were exterminated when they wakened the carnivrous worms that served as the second security measure. The worms destroyed the X'Ting hive, thereby eliminating the last traces of information about the remaining security systems. During the Clone Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi and his X'Ting guide, Jesson Di Blinth, learned that the correct entrance went through the largest of the statues, although both were startled to learn that the statue did not depict an X'Ting individual. Obi-Wan had heard from G'Mai Duris that a Jedi Knight had visited the X'Ting some 150 years earlier, a story that Jesson refused to believe. However, the statue turned out to be a huge representation of Jedi Master Yoda, the largest of all the statues found in the Hall of Heroes. (HIV)

Hall of Heroes
located in the city of Orotoru G'am, this Calamari museum displayed information and artifacts about the greatest of Mon Calamari and Quarren individuals of the Old Republic. (GMR10)

Hall of Knowledge
part of the ancient Jedi library complex on Ossus, the Hall of Knowledge contained hundreds of thousands of datacards and ancient tomes, holding information as basic as Old Republic planet logs and as rare as the oldest recorded Jedi texts. (TOJC)

Hall of Perri-Teeka
this building, located in the city of Theed, was built as a monument to a legendary Naboo statesman. (IWE1)

Hall of Predation
this museum-like edifice is an ancient testament to the prowess of the great Tunroth Hunters. (GG12)

Hall of Reflections
this chamber of enhanced mirrors was located within Hologram Fun World. The original Hall had several mirrored sections that modified the reflected image of the viewer to give them various appearances and personalities, from the frightful to the ridiculous. After Borborygmus Gog began working on his Nightmare Machine, the Hall was modified to project three-dimensional holograms of a viewer, adding to the confusing nature of the Hall. (GOF4)

Hall of Satabs
located deep in the royal palace in Goyoikin, on the planet Ventooine, this chamber was created to hold the dead Satabs of the planet in suspended animation until a cure for the Shadeshine's power could be discovered. (LTA5, MCA2)

Hall, The
this was the name given to both the administrative headquarters of the planet Esseles, as well as the primary governmental body. Both were located in the capital city of Calamar. (SWJ9)

Hall, The
this long gallery was located in the center of the Great Pyramid on Rafa V, and contained a number of exhibits that depicted the history of the planet and its primary inhabitants, the Sharu and the Toka. The beings who became the Bearer and the Emissary were required, upon entering The Hall, to view each exhibit in turn before approaching the gallery's most valuable exhibit - the Mindharp. If the Bearer and the Emissary tried to bypass the exhibits, the computer system that controlled The Hall would activate, and vocally direct them to the exhibits. In this way, The Hall could intereact with the Bearer and the Emissary, and provide them with any additional information they might need to understand the Mindharp and its purpose. The Hall could not, however, explain how an individual could obtain the Mindharp, which appeared atop a twelve-meter-tall life-crystal. The Bearer was required to figure out this puzzle on their own, at which point The Hall would allow them access to the Mindharp. When Lando Calrissian, Vuffi Raa, and Mohs were able to enter the Great Pyramid and acquire the Mindharp, they were surprised to learn that they had spent nearly four months inside the structure, interacting with The Hall and its exhibits. (LCM)

a old woman, native of Circarpous V, she is seems to be sensitive to the Force, and claims to be a master of the Force. She recognizes Luke and Leia as strangers, and also senses Luke's strength in the Force. She gives Luke a shard of the Kaiburr crystal when they first meet, and later helps Luke and Leia escape from Grammel's prison. She then convinves them to help her find the Kaiburr Crystal. Once they locate the crystal and defeat Darth Vader, though, Halla admits that she's a charlatan, and gives the crystal to Luke. (SME)

Halla Sector
this area of the galaxy was located in the Mid Rim. (SWMW)

Halle metes chun, petchuk
an Old Corellian insult of unknown translation. (TFE)

Halleb Harmion
one of three Harmion brothers who work for Sarlim Gastess. Gastess uses the Harmion Brothers to serve as executives of the corporations he acquires. All the Harmions are ruthless, and seem to relish the destruction and anguish they cause when they remove old management and employees in favor of Gastess' Finance people. (GG9)

this Old Republic cruiser was part of the fleet which was amassed during the Clone Wars. It was stationed in the Ventran System during the war, and was later dispatched to insert and extract Jedi Master Mace Windu from Haruun Kal, during his mission to rescue Depa Billaba. During the mission, the Halleck was ambushed by Separatist warships that had been waiting in the Gevarno Cluster. Many of its landers were shot down immediately, and the ship itself was later destroyed in the ambush. (SHPT)

this man served as an officer of the watch aboard the FarStar, during the New Republic's search for Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne. (DARK)

this small corporation produced a number of surface and underwater transportation devices. (SWJ1)

Halliikeenovich, Son
this man was a regular patron of the Galaxies Opera House, during the final years of the Old Republic. (DAG)

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

this huge man was a former big-game hunter who became known as the "governor" of the smuggling outpost located on the planet Port Haven. No one knew for sure what his origins were, but Hallomar was the perfect man to maintain Port Haven. His skills as a hunter kept the modrols and other vicious creatures at bay, and his physical presence helped maintain peace in the settlement. Hallomar kept the outpost running by selling the skins and pelts he obtained from the creatures which lived in the jungles of Port Haven, doling them out to the smugglers he most trusted. He also worked hard to keep the planet's location a secret, and was ruthless enough to eliminate a smuggler who even thought of selling the information to the Empire or a bounty hunter. (PSPG)

Hallowed Center
this was one of the many honorifics used by the Yuuzhan Vong to describe the planet Coruscant, after it had been captured from the New Republic and terraformed into a simulacrum of long-lost Yuuzhan'tar. (UF)

Hallrin IV
this planet was the site of the Stratis Games. (TTSB)

Halls of Knowledge
this ancient storehouse, established on the planet Phateem, was one of many such buildings created by the Jedi Knights as a repository of information. (PJSB)

Hallu Sector
this is an undistinguished area of the Mid Rim. (FOP)

this man worked for Talon Karrde during the New Republic, and was part of the team Karrde assembled to rescue the students at the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Halm was shot and killed on Yavin 4 during the initial attempt to reach the students, shortly after the Peace Brigade blockaded the Yavin System. (EVC)

this planet was located in the Outer Rim Territories, and was just outside the area of the galaxy controlled by Warlord Zsinj during the early years of the New Republic. It was the site of a variety of mining colonies during the era of the Old Republic, with facilities on the planet, on its three moons, and situation among the asteroid surrounding it. However, about 100 years before the Battle of Endor, the mines ran dry and were abandoned. Commerce kept the planet's population intact, because Halmad is located at a nexus of several trade routes. Thus, it held some importance during the Galactic Civil War and the struggles between the New Republic and Zsinj. A small Imperial garrison was put in place, with a few TIE Fighters and, later, TIE Interceptors. The planet was chosen as the "proving ground" for the Hawk-bat pirates, who executed several successful pirate raids on the planet, including the theft of several TIE Interceptors from the Imperial installation. (IF)

Halmad Prime
this grain alcohol was one of the primary exports of the planet Halmad. It was regarded as the best, and most expensive, alcohol produced on Halmad, and was only available on its world of distillation through the black market. Almost all Halmad Prime was shipped off to Imperial worlds. (IF)

this man was one of Emperor Palpatine's High Inquisitors, and was the being who interviewed Canna Omonda shortly before she was executed. Halmere served under High Inquisitor Tremayne, during the early years of the New Order. (SWJ4, EAR)

this young Twi'lek boy agreed to help a group of mercenaries rescue Shan'dira from her own clan, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (PSPG)

this form of lighting provided a soft, gentle light, and was often used in restaurants to enhance the ambiance. A portable form was often used in most emergency kits. (HP, CWA1)

Haloo, Shud
this man was Rycar Ryjerd's personal bodyguard. (WOA11)

this planet was the site of an Imperial trans-system data storage facility infiltrated by Voren Na'al and the Alliance. (MTS)

this planet was the primary supply depot for the Fifth Battle Group's mission to blockade the Koornacht Cluster. Etahn A'baht had wanted something closer to the Cluster, but the New Republic provided the Halpat facilities instead. (SOL)

Halpiton Circuit
this specialized system was part of a starship's onboard computer system. They were derived from standard computer components. (MC92)

Halsek, Gilad
this man served as the Imperial Consul-General of the planet Kothlis, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A former minor official on Coruscant, Halsek managed to make enemies out of nearly everyone he came into contact with. He used his few political favors to get the position on Kothlis in order to get away from the Imperial court. He was completely loyal to the Empire, but was willing to allow the Bothans a measure of freedom in order to maintain his position. His infatuation with Liiria Beldonna led to his hiring of Beldonna's Legion as a force to keep Kothlis secure. It was during the war that Halsek was approached by Cecil Noone and his band of thieves, who wanted to sell a Hapan gun of command to him. Halsek wanted the weapon for himself, but wasn't willing to pay the price Noone was asking. He tried to have the thieves captured and the gun confiscated, but they managed to escape before his stormtroopers could stop them. (SPG, GMR1)

Halthor Sector
this area of the galaxy was ruled by Moff Gergis. It is located near the Noonian Sector. (SWJ2)

Halvala, Bethelia
this woman was the leader of the Symatrum League during the New Order. (FTD)

a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "visitor". (GCG)

Haly Dura
this female Twi'lek served the Jedi Knights as a mechanic at the starfighter training facility on Centax 2, during the decade leading up to the Battle of Naboo. (JAD)

Hamalcal, Davar
this primitive human was a hunter and scout native to the planet Kaellin III. During the Galactic Civil War, Alliance warships attacked an Imperial supply convoy near the planet, and an Imperial shuttle crashed on Kaellin III. The surviving stormtroopers mistook Hamalcal's people as savages. When the village elder tried to make peace, the stormtroopers murdered him then exterminated much of the village's population. Hamalcal managed to escape, and stowed away on an Alliance landing ship. He fled Kaellin III, and has been roaming the galaxy ever since. He is known as a barbarian and a loose cannon who cares little for technology. However, he does know the difference between the Empire and the Alliance, and took every opportunity to attack Imperial troopers with his trusty vibroaxe. (GG9)

Hamame, Vol
this man was, at one time, a member of Big Gizz's swoop gang on the planet Tatooine. He despised Spiker, and eventually split with the gang, although not on amicable terms. Hamame then went into the information business, primarily stealing what he couldn't obtain himself. Shortly after the death of Jabba the Hutt, Hamame also became a hired gun. Working with the alien Phedroi, they took many jobs in the city of Mos Eisley. The last job they took came as a result of Dengar's trying to alert Kuat of Kuat that Boba Fett was still alive. Hamame and Phedroi figured that they could kill the armored bounty hunter and reap a nice profit for delivery of his body. However, Fett and Dengar managed to elude them long enough to get a signal to Slave I. Hamame and Phedroi pinned the bounty hunters down in a small desert cave, but Fett brought his ship from orbit to land on top of them. (MA)

Haman, Gerta
this woman worked at the Jax Warehouse, on the planet Cularin, during the last years of the Old Republic. Gerta was also one of the founding members of the underground alliance that was formed to fight back against the Metatheran Cartel, in the years following the Battle of Naboo. She was the ostensible leader of the resistance, which she formed originally to ensure that the local Tarasin population was properly treated by the planetary leaders. Over time, especially in the wake of the Trade Federation's attempt to establish a presence on Cularin, Gerta expanded the scope of the resistance to fight against anything that threatened Cularin. Unfortunately, Gerta was believed to have been killed when the resistance tried to infiltrate the Cartel's offices in Gadrin. A transmitter had been placed in the computer slicing device her team was using, allowing the Cartel to monitor their actions. Gerta's death was not in vain, however, as it allowed the rest of her team to escape. Much to the surprise of many beings in the Cularin System, Gerta resurfaced during the height of the Clone Wars, when she agreed to be interviewed by Ryk Osentay for the Eye on Cularin newsfeed. Her interview was to be performed in such a way that her identity kept a secret, but was only allowed to expose her true nature. After she revealed the linkage between the Thaereian Military, the InterGalactic Banking Clan, and the Separatists, Gerta was brutally subdued and taken away by Thaereian military police. The ship which was transporting her back to Thaere was attacked by unknown assailants, and exploded before it could reach Thaere. (EOS, LFCW)

this Herglic was a wealthy merchant and sometime-supporter of the Alliance, but had no love for either the Alliance or the Empire. He was known to have a weakness for betting on cracian thumper races, and spent a great deal of time at the Heatherdowns Hotel and Track on Tallaan. Shortly after the Battle of Hoth, he agreed to help supply the Alliance with bacta, if a team of agents would meet him at the Heatherdowns. However, the only reason for offering to help was to sacrifice the team in order to collect insurance money on the ship he told them to steal - the Theta-2Y, a ship owned, in fact, by Hamar-Chaktak himself. Not only did Hamar-Chaktak hope to claim the lost bacta to receive an insurance payment, he hoped to actually sell the bacta to the Alliance later on, as well as ransom the team back to the Alliance. Unfortunately for Hamar-Chaktak, the Alliance team discovered his treachery and managed to avoid being captured. Hamar-Chaktak was forced to flee into hyperspace on his starship, the Crusader. (TSIA)

Hamarin Interface Band
this is one of the primary modules used to interface a computer uplink apparatus to a cyborg. (TT)

this Imperial officer was in charge of fleet operations near Kuat, when he was captured by the bounty hunter Xufal D'uat. The bounty called for the capture of an Alliance gunrunner, and D'uat ws amazed to discover that Hamaz was an Imperial. Hamaz bargained for his release, but D'uat insisted on having a recorded confession of Hamaz's crimes, in case the Imperial tried to have him killed. In the end, Hamaz did have D'uat killed, but he was unable to recover the recorded confession. (SS)

this man served the Alliance as one of the seniors Commanders of the base on Aargonar 3, during the years leading up to the Battle of Yavin. After Aargonar 3 was lost to the Empire, Hamelin's forces were relocated to a remote asteroid base. He commanded a group of starfighter squadrons during this time, raiding Imperial convoys after the destruction of the first Death Star. (RESB)

Hamiroz, Zaz
this man was one of the miners who traveled to the remains of Alderaan to search out valuable ores. He and Hanos Darr discovered that the existence of the Royal Palace of Alderaan amid the rubble was simply a rumor spread by Darth Vader himself, in an effort to lure Leia Organa back to Alderaan. Both Hamiroz and Darr were able to get to the herdship Bazaar, where they hoped to get a message off to the Alliance. Instead, they found themselves being tracked by the assassin droid XS3. (GA)

an Imperial-I class Star Destroyer stationed in the Javin Sector, the Hammer was part of the small fleet assigned to intercept fleeign Alliance starships following the Battle of Hoth. (XW, TIE)

this Loronar Strike-class cruiser was part of the small fleet provided to Captain Vocis Kenit during his search for the Far Orbit. (FOP)

Hammer Group
this squadron of starfighters was assigned to the New Republic warship Ralroost, and assisted in rescuing Corran Horn, Jacen Solo, and Ganner Rhysode from Garqi. (DTR)

Hammer Squadron
this was a squadron of Imperial TIE Fighters active during the Galactic Civil War. (JKG)

derogatory terms for Ithorians. (SW, DA)

Hammertong Project
this was the codename of the development project assigned the task of upgrading the primary laser cannons used to form the superlasers for the Death Star projects. Hammertong was begun during the final stages of the Clone Wars, when Chancellor Palpatine secretly dispatched the 501st Legion to Mygeeto to acquire an experimental power source. Just before the Battle of Yavin, the project was going to move its base. The scientists hoped to enlist Manda D'ulin's Mistryls to help keep the base secure, but the Empire didn't like the idea. It killed Manda and Pav D'armon when they attempted to enter the base. However, Shada D'ukal and the surviving Mistryls managed to steal the laser cannons and carry it to Tatooine. (TME, SWDB)

this Alliance Intelligence agent gave his life to obtain information on the whereabouts of Han Solo's carbonite-frozen body, some months after the Battle of Hoth. (MC67)

Hamner Heavy Ores
this Jante mining operation maintained a base in orbit around Rett II, until it was attacked and overtaken by Freda military ships. (SWJ9)

Hamner, Kenth
this young man was a student at the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, during the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. Kenth was born to wealthy parents, and was tall and well-built. Prior to his Jedi training, Hamner had been a member of the Corellian Defense Force, but resigned his commission to follow the Force. He later joined the New Republic military as a strategist, and earned the rank of Colonel. After the Battle of Fondor, Hamner became the voice of the Jedi Knights within the New Republic military, but was unable to get any real results with the military because of the Republic's general lack of resources. His efforts were further impeded by Viqi Shesh's duplicitous relationship with the Yuuzhan Vong, claiming that SELCORE resources were better used on other worlds. As the war against the Yuuzhan Vong continued, it was Kenth who discovered that the Senate, under the auspices of Borsk Fey'lya, had issued a warrant for the arrest of Luke Skywalker. Kenth warned Luke and his wife, Mara Jade Skywalker, about the impending arrest, allowing them time to escape from Coruscant. In the months that followed, Kenth served as the official liaison between the Jedi and the New Republic, working to help the Jedi receive aid and authorization to continue the fight against the alien invaders. For his efforts during the struggles that surrounded the Second Battle of Coruscant, Kenth was elevated to the rank of Jedi Master. When the Galactic Alliance was formed on Calamari by Cal Omas, Kenth was appointed as one of the Jedi to serve on the Advisory Council established by Omas. As the war ground on, Kenth found himself the nominal leader of the Jedi Knights when Luke and Mara set out to locate the living planet of Zonama Sekot. When they failed to return, or even to send word of their situation, Kenth began to worry. After intelligence from now-captured Coruscant revealed that the Yuuzhan Vong Prophet, Yu'shaa, had returned from Zonama Sekot, Hamner gathered the remaining Jedi leaders together to plan a mission to Coruscant. There, they hoped to gain an audience with the Prophet to learn what they could of the events on Zonama Sekot. (JE, BP, EVR, SBS, UF)

this tree, which was native to the planet Woteba, was noted for its immense size. It was not uncommon for a hamogoni tree to grow to heights that eclisped many skyscrapers, and have a trunk diameter of twenty meters or more. After the planet Woteba was designated as a new home for the hives of the Colony, the Killiks began harvesting hamogoni trees for their dense, fragrant wood. It was believed that the harvesting of hamogoni wood by the Killiks was one of the reasons behind the appearance of the Fizz. (DN2)

a freighter stationed near Mytus VII, supplying the Corporate Sector prison. A group of imprisoned Alliance personnel stowed away on the freighter and were rescued when it was intercepted by the Alliance shuttle Mercy. (XW)

this was one of the many Twi'leki clans which were native to the planet Ryloth. In the Twi'leki language, the clan's name meant "sharp". (GCG)

this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population. (GMR9)

this was one of the most common given names used for human males throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

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 Han was an archaic one, indicating chivalry, or a rider or knight. (GCG)

Han Heves
this was one of the thirty-seven ancient families who lived in the city of Maslovar, on the planet Desevro. The family estate was located in the Swamplands, on an island located between the East and Inner Washes. (GORW)

Han Mostjah
this was one of the thirty-seven ancient families who lived in the city of Maslovar, on the planet Desevro. The family estate was located in the Swamplands, on an island located between the Near and Inner Washes. (GORW)

Han Solo Associated, Limited
this was the name of the collections agency dreamed up by Han Solo as a ruse to keep from telling Roa his current status, when the two ran into each other on Bonadan several years before the Battle of Yavin. The inspiration for it was due in part to the appearance of Spray, who had ostensibly been sent to collect on a debt owed by Han. (HSR)

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