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Jahjee
this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

Jahjee
according to Ewok legend, this night spirit created realistic illusions to entertain sleeping Ewoks. (GCG)

Jahn
this was a common name among the Zeltron people. (GMR1)

Jahn
this young Zeltron was part of the detachment sent to the Forest Moon of Endor to meet with the leaders of the Alliance, most especially Leia Organa, in the wake of the Battle of Endor. Admiral Ackbar then placed the four Zeltrons in charge of protecting Leia, in order to simplify a delicate situation. It was Jahn who daringly knocked Knife unconscious on Kabray station, after the Nagai and his companions had captured Leia and the Zeltrons. Jahn and his companions were personally escorted back to Zeltros by Leia Organa shortly afterward. Like most Zeltrons, Jahn had a strong hatred of the Nagai. (LTA6, MC95, MC103)

Jahnae Camp
this was one of the many settlements found in the planet Bestine IV. Jahnae was located on a tall spire of rock which jutted out the planet's primary ocean. (EGP)

Jahnar-Kooda
this Koodan bounty hunter was under the employ of Boss Banjeer, during the early years of the New Republic, and served as part of the mercenary force which controlled the planet Baramorra. Unfortunately for Jahnar-Kooda, he crossed paths with Kir Kanos, who was working under the alias of Kenix Kil. Jahnar-Kooda threatened to physically harm Kanos, who quickly rendered the huge alien unconscious. (BHKK)

Jahrunba
this Dug was a member of Sebolto's gang during the years following the Battle of Naboo. He was the middle of three male siblings, and worked with his brothers, Nahrunba and Sahrunba, as a smuggler during their employment with Sebolto, transporting death sticks from Tatooine to Malastare. The Pixelito Grand Council issued a bounty for their capture, and Jango Fett managed to capture all three brothers during his attempt to meet with Sebolto. (BH)

Jahz
this was a common name among the Zeltron people. (UANT)

Jai
the Dathomirian word for Jedi (CPL)

Jaig Eyes
this was the name given to the stylized portrayal of the eyes of a jaig'alaar, which was often used by Mandalorian warriors to disguise the visors of their helmets. Only those Mandalorians who displayed bravery in the face of danger were allowed to wear jaig eyes. The clone commander known as Fordo painted his helmet with jaig eyes, to display his relationship with his Mandalorian forefathers. (OWS)

Jai'galaar
see Jaig'alaar (SWI84)

Jai'galaar
most often referred to simply as Jag, this clone commander was officially designated CT-55/11-9009, making him part of the noted CT-5 batch of clones. Jag proved early in his career that he was an exceptional pilot, but he was flash-trained as a leader. Jag first saw action during the Battle of Geonosis, where he served as a commander of the 127th Gunship Wing. Although he was later demoted to Captain for his failure during the Retreat at Katraasii, Jag was among the pilots chosen by Jedi Master Plo Koon to serve as a test pilot on the new ARC-170 fighter. Jag remained attached to Plo Koon's forces, and was the Jedi Master's wingman during the struggle for control of Cato Neimoidia. This put him in perfect position when the command to execute Order 66 was issued. Captain Jag simply placed his fighter behind Plo Koon's and fired on the Jedi fight, causing it to crash into the side of a building and explode. (SWI84)

Jaig'alaar
this bird of prey was native to the planet Mandalore, and was revered by the Mandalorians for its grace and bravery. (OWS)

Jaijay Luxsub
this was one of the many submersible transport businesses operating on Pavo Prime during the early years of the New Republic. It offered a limited number of private compartments aboard each transport, as well as a large amount of common space. (SWI67)

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

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

Jaina's Light
this was the false identity used by Han Solo to smuggle three CR-90 corvettes out of Imperial space, for sale to the Alliance, a few years before the Battle of Yavin. Claiming it had been named for his mother, Han told Captain Llnewe of the customs vehicle Vigilant that he was in the employ of some farmers from Nadiem who were in need of supplies. The farmers, Han claimed, had help fund the purchase of the Jaina's Light. Each time the Imperial stopped him, Han claimed to be travelling to Nadiem to deliver supplies to the farmers. However, it took three meetings for Captain Llnewe to realize that he never intercepted the Jaina's Light during its return from the planet Nadiem. By that time, Han and Chewbacca had earned a tidy sum for delivering the three - virtually identical - corvettes to Mako Spince for sale to the Alliance. (T2)

Jaing
this was the nickname used by Kal Skirata to describe the Null-class ARC Trooper designated N-10. (SWI84)

Jaiteh
this pale, blue-skinned Twi'lek male lived in the city of Gadin, on Cularin, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (LFCW)

Jak
this man was a TIE Fighter pilot, serving the Empire during the months following the Battle of Yavin. Jak and his wingman were assigned to the Adjudicator, but were shot down by Boba Fett while on patrol. (SWEW)

JAK Racing
this podracer manufacturer was best known for the J930 Dash-8 racer used by Ebe Endocott. Note that the name JAK comes from the first initials of George Lucas' children. (IG1)

Jak Sazz
a bounty hunter often found in the Byss Bistro, Jak Sazz is a member of the Ab'Ugartte species. He is rumored to have never turned down a paying job, no matter what it involved. His only constant companion is a huge hydrospanner he named Grivooga. Anyone who insulted Grivooga was quickly introduced to the tool's hard metallic surface, as many of Jak Sazz's crewmen have discovered. (DE1, DESB)

Jakaitis
this man was a maintenance supervisor working at the Bakuran Senate Complex during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (FH2)

Jakan
this Yuuzhan Vong high priest was an advisor to Supreme Overlord Shimrra, and the father of the priestess Elan, during the aliens' invasion of the galaxy some twenty-five years after the Battle of Endor. He led the priest caste of Yuuzhan Vong during their invasion of the galaxy, and represented the priests on the Great Council. He eventually became the High Priest of the Yuuzhan Vong, after the capture and terraforming of Coruscant into a simulacrum of Yuuzhan'tar. As befitting his rank and caste, Jakan often wore clothing of a deep red color, to distinguish himself from other priests. When the combined forces of the Galactic Alliance made a final push to recapture the planet Coruscant, Jakan remained at Shimrra's side, until the ground forces of the Alliance reached the Citadel and began moving on the Well of the World Brain. Along with High Prefect Drathul and Qelah Kwaad, Jakan descended from the Citadel and traveled to the Well to anoint the Jedi who were captured there. Among those captured were Harrar, Han Solo and his wife, Leia Organa Solo, and Jakan agreed they would make excellent sacrifices. His plans were cut short when Nom Anor, leading Mara Jade Skywalker and a band of Shamed Ones, flooded the chamber and confronted the warriors arrayed before them. Drathul demanded that the captives be executed, but his commander instead turned his forces against Drathul's guards. In a flash, Harrar was free, and he rendered Jakan unconscious with a single blow to the head. Jakan's life was spared, however, and he was detained for later questioning. After the deaths of Shimrra and Onimi - who proved to be the true Supreme Overlord - Jakan and the rest of the Yuuzhan Vong agreed to surrender to the Galactic Alliance. In accordance with the advice of Jedi master Luke Skywalker, the Galactic Alliance allowed the Yuuzhan Vong to travel to Zonama Sekot to re-establish their civilization. The planetary consciousness Sekot welcomed them with open arms, then fled into the Unknown Regions to allow its new inhabitants to evolve in peace. (HT, DW, FH3, UF)

Jakan Arms
this small weapons manufacturer produced large, defensive emplacements targetted for security measures on remote, planetary outposts. (GSE)

Jake
this man was a noted gunrunner and smuggler, active on the planet Cularin during the decade leading up to the Battle of Naboo. He had a number of contacts in the underworld of the Cularin System, and was good friends with Xav Verivax. (WOTC)

Jake
this Circarpousian miner attacked Luke Skywalker with a double-bladed stiletto outside a Mimban restaurant, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (SME)

Jakelian Knife-dance
this form of melee combat was used to train the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic to learn and understand timing, distance, and rhythm in an engagement. (TCD)

Jakien, Allania
this brave eleven-year-old lived with her parents on Cloud City, during the height of the New Order. Her father was a worker in the tibanna gas refinery, and her mother worked at the Holiday Towers restaurant. When Darth Vader first arrived at the outpost, she didn't know about it. However, when Lando Calrissian ordered the evacuation of the colony, she was cut off from her parents. Allie and a group of friends traversed the city's Ugnaught tunnels, passing into the carbon-freezing chamber just as Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader were battling with their lightsabers. She kept going, but felt some bond with Luke that she couldn't explain. When she emerged from the tunnels with her friends, they were found by Bent Gavler and whisked off the outpost in a crowded transport ship. She sensed that Luke was all right as they flew away from Cloud City. (MTS, GG3)

Jakira
this was a common name among the Zeltron people. (UANT)

Jakka
this plant was known for tiny seeds. (DMSH)

Jakobeast
native to several arctic worlds in the Outer Rim Territories, the jakobeast was a Force-sensitive herd creature. Because of their connection to the Force, they were capable of defending themselves in ways that other herdbeasts could not. For this reason, many jakobeasts were seeded on planets far from their homeworld, by colonists who needed to maintain a supply of beasts for meat, fur, milk, and other necessities. The average jakobeast was similar in size to a bantha, with two segmented horns sprouting from their skulls and two tusks jutting from their lower jaw. The tusks were used to dig up snow and ice to reach the vegetation beneath it. The fur of the jakobeast was a light gray color, striped with white to help it blend into its native tundra environment. The horns of the jakobeast, however, were its most distinguishing feature. The horns were used by the jakobeast to channel the energy of the Force, and the energy they gather can often been seen arcing between the horns like electricity. While the energy itself is harmless, the jakobeast uses it to generate a form of Force push to defend itself from predators. (PJSB)

Jakrab
this was a species of tiny, bounding herbivores native to the planet Tatooine. Thin-boned and swift, jakrabs were distinguished by their long ears and sparsely-furred bodies. Their ears served many purposes, including heat dissipation and a semaphore-like communication. (WSW)

Jakys
this was one of the many names given to male Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "ingenious." (GCG, WOTC)

Jal
this Alliance Special Forces soldier was a member of Team Razor. (HAS)

Jal Shey
this was one of the more militant sects of Force-sensitive beings who roamed the galaxy outside of the Jedi Order, during the years following the Great Sith War. (KOTOR2)

Jalahafi, Shela
this dark-haired woman was a Dark Jedi adept, and was part of a team entrusted by the Emperor to infiltrate spies and agents into the ranks of the Alliance. She and her brother, Teles, worked to subvert the rebel underground which rose up on Edan II, but Shela was lost in the struggle. It was unknown if she survived. (IAG)

Jalahafi, Teles
the brother of Shela Jalahafi, this man served the Empire as a Dark Side adept, like his sister. However, Teles lacked his sister's strength in the Dark Side of the Force. After Shela was lost in an attack on rebels in Fortuna City, Teles tracked them to the wreckage of the Last Hope. (IAG)

Jalan
this man was a member of the Nebula Front team, led by Captain Cohl, serving aboard the Hawk-Bat as a sensor operator, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. After the destruction of the Revenue, Cohl and his crew tried to sneak onto Dorvalla and return to their makeshift base. Their shuttle was intercepted by the forces of the Dorvalla Space Corps and shot down. Jalan was severely injured in the crash, and was unable to make it to the base. He sacrificed himself, destroying what was left of the shuttle by detonating after being caught Dorvallan ground forces, in order to allow Cohl, Rella, and Boiny reach the base. (COD)

Jalarren
this big planet was known for its wide open spaces and salt deserts. (GSE)

Jalavash Worm
native to the planet Ryloth, this worm produced silk fibers that were woven into traditional Twi'leki robes. (VD)

Jaled Dur
this ancient Jedi Master was credited with the creation of the Heart of the Universe. (GMS)

Jalk Syndicate
this criminal syndicate was originally sponsored by House Mecetti, and was the primary contractor for most of Mecetti's dirty work. The Jalk Syndicate was originally formed many centuries before the New Order, after the apparent fall of the Mecrosa Order. The Syndicate was one of the only House-sponsored gangs to survive the Imperial occupation of Tapani Sector. The Mecetti leaders ordered the Syndicate's leader, Boss Tosk, to shut down operations in an effort to win favor with Emperor Palpatine. Tosk knew better than to cross Mecetti, and agreed to put a halt to its actions. However, Boss Tosk had no plans to given up the Syndicate, and maintained its membership while negotiating a deal to keep the Syndicate operating with sponsorship from House Barnaba. It was best known for its assasins, all of which were droids. (LOE)

Jalla Spree
this crimelord was discovered to have been supplying military-grade weapons to the Blue Star Pirates, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. (IOT)

Jallop, Preena
this woman owned Preena's Repair Bay, on the planet Vaynai, during the height of the New Order. In addition to the maintenance and repair facitilies she maintained, Preena also operated an ad-hoc educational facility known as Preena's Academy, where orphans and impoverished children can learn the skills necessary to eventually earn a living as a repair technician. (GMR8)

Jalok, Drev
this man owned and operated the cargo ship Skyjumper. He was a known rival of Drek Drednar, who later defeated Jalok in a short battle over Altier. It was Drednar who ambushed Jalok, forcing him to surrender. (SWJ5)

Jalor City
this was the capital of the planet Gotida. (AIR)

Jalor Docking Facilities
this was the central enterprise around which the city of Corint City was built. It was located on the coast of the Uloitir Sea, at the mouth of a wide river delta. The Jalor facility provided spacers with easy-access docking bays and landing pads, as well as a relatively lax customs office. (SWJ10)

Jalose
Merrik's female companion on M'haeli, she was also a supporter of the Alliance. She was injured in the firefight when they, along with Princess Leia Organa, helped rescue Mora and Ranulf Trommer. She later died of these injuries. (ROC)

Jal-Parra
this small corporation made a name for itself by producing repulsorsail-equipped skiffs and barges, many centuries before the Galactic Civil War. (GMR7)

Jalus Nebl
this Sullustan was once employed as a pilot by Teroenza. He became ill from transporting spice from Ylesia, which was later diagnosed as an allergy, and was temporarily replaced by a young Han Solo. He helped the young man understand ways to navigate the storms that ravage the planet. Their friendship grew quickly, and eventually Jalus assisted Han in escaping from Ylesia. It was Nebl who flew between the Talisman and the Helot's Shackle, breaking the tractor beam contact and allowing both himself and Han to escape. Nebl fled into hyperspace with the Ylesian Dream and disappeared. He joined the Alliance, and renamed the Ylesian Dream to Dream of Freedom. He joined Bria Tharen and the group which assaulted Ylesia to destroy the Besadii businesses there. He piloted the Dream of Freedom in through the atmosphere and led the way for many Alliance ships to reach the ground. Unfortunately, the Dream of Freedom was the first ship targetted by the turbolaser protecting the planet. The first shots it fired in defense of the colonies there struck the Dream of Freedom and destroyed it, killing Nebl in the explosion. (TPS, RD)

Jam, Christoph
this eccentric man was a native of the planet Alderaan, where he owned and operated Descorp. Unknown to most other beings, Jam also maintained one of the most extensive spy networks on the planet. Much of the information he gathered was on the criminal aspects of Alderaan's society, working diligently to avenge injustices and attacks on the upstanding citizens of the planet. Through his teams of Rectifiers, Jam made sure that each situation that was brought to his attention was resolved. Much of the funding for the Rectifiers came from Descorp's profits. (CCW)

Jamer, Dren
an Imperial Navy Captain serving on the Dominant under Pter Thanas, Dren Jamer was known for a less than stellar career at the Imperial Academy and as an officer. However, both parts of his life were punctuated by unusually bright moments. His commanding officer aboard the Star Destroyer Stormclaw commended his attention to detail and promoted him to the bridge crew. However, his otherwise average performance relegated him to duty at Bakura, where he served as Thanas' second in command. Thanas recognized Jamer's aptitude for science and exploration, and assigned him the duty of mapping the Bakura System. After the Battle of Bakura, Jamer continued to denounce the Alliance and left Thanas' crew to remain with the Imperial forces. (TB, TBSB)

Jameson
this man convinced his commanding officer, Lajar Weqill, to go on a safari to Relkass. The plan was to kill a few draagax for the bounty on their pelts. A native of Relkass, Jameson barely survived the hunt after severely underestimating the predatory frenzy of a pack of draagax under the influence of the Relkass sentinel plant's narcotic. (COG)

Jameson, Skorg
this immense man was a farmer, native to the moon Sulon, when it was first subjugated by the Empire. He was the leader of the local rebel cell, and hoped to gain rank and eventually join the Alliance in its struggle against the Empire. (SFE)

Jamillia
this woman served as the Queen of Naboo, some ten years after the Battle of Naboo. A native of the southeastern regions of Naboo, Jamillia was elected to serve when Padme' Amidala left the office after her two terms were completed. It was Jamillia who requested that Padme' remain in the political life, to serve as Naboo's Senator to the Old Republic's Galactic Senate. Queen Jamillia opened up many of Naboo's spaceports and rural areas to refugees who were fleeing the Separatist crisis on their homeworlds, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. (OWS, HNN5, SWDB)

Jaminere
this planet served as the capital world of the Allied Tion sector. As the former center of the Jaminere Marches, Jaminere was part of Xim the Despot's empire in the early years of galactic history, although it was never part of the Tion Hegemony. (ML, GORW)

Jaminere Marches
this area of the galaxy, once centered on the planet Jaminere, was one of the many pieces of the empire of Xim the Despot. A century after Xim's death, the Jaminere Marches broke away from the rest of the empire. (GORW)

Jamiro, Tigran
this native of the planet Onderon spent most of his life in service to the Alliance. He served at the Dantooine base before being relocated to Yavin 4. After the Battle of Yavin, Jamiro was assigned to Echo Base on Hoth. Jamiro's expertise is in logistics, and he served as Echo Base's Senior Logistics Officer. Any Alliance personnel arriving at the base had to report directly to him. Many years later, Tigran continued to serve in the New Republic military, and had earned the rank of General by the time the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy. He was placed under the command of Admiral Traest Kre'fey, and commanded the ground troops which were dispatched to Ylesia to capture the leaders of the Peace Brigade, shortly after the Second Battle of Coruscant. (CCG3, Y)

Jammer
this manta-like predator was native to the jungles of Kidron. They glided through the air by filling special sacs with air and then using their win-like fins to navigate the breezes. They were named jammers by the Orfites because jammers exude a cloud of foul-smelling stench that extended five meters around their body. This intense odor effectively jammed the Orfite's olfactory senses. The average jammer grew to lengths reaching three meters, with a wingspan of three meters or more. (PG3)

Jammer Pack
any form of technology used to prevent unwanted listeners from overhearing a conversation. The original technology was less than successful, and would have been scrapped if the devices hadn't been discovered by various intelligence agencies. It was found that a high-powered jammer pack could drown out all communications in a specific area. This allowed operatives to enter a location while their targets were unable to communicate with each other. (TTSB)

Jamoh Hogra
this Zabrak mercenary once participated in a deep-space ambush of a ship that turned out to be a Sith Dreadnaught, many thousands of years before the Galactic Civil War. Although he survived the ambush, Jamoh feared that the Sith would eventually hunt him down and kill him, so he invested a good deal of credits in protective armor and sensors. Ironically, he was killed while taking a bath. His armor was stolen, and became the stuff of legends for many centuries after his death. (KOTOR, KOTOR2)

Jamos, Hen
this merchant and spacer plied the spacelanes of Trax Sector during the Galactic Civil War. He was sympathetic to the Alliance, and agreed to help a group of Alliance agents travel from Draenell's Point to Entrus, during their investigation of the construction of the Bissillirus Resupply Base. Hen was the owner and operator of the Trax Express, and spent much of his career transporting trinkets and souvenirs of the sector to starports and visitors' centers. (GMK)

JAN
see Justice Action Network (SWJ8)

Jan
this unknown individual accompanied Andos Delvaren to the Combat Moon, in an effort to instigate large-scale conflict between the Rabaanite and S'krrr people. Jan was an Imperial agent, and attempted to draw Mika Streev into a trap to disable and kill him in S'krrr fashion. However, Mika's reflexes kept him out of reach, and he delivered a blow which crippled Jan's knee. Andos managed to knock out Mika, and Jan attempted to kill him with a S'krrr energy pike. Mika came to and grappled with Jan, until he was able to remove a stilleto from its sheath and slit Jan's throat. (SWJ9)

Jan Dovu
this being was the President of the planet Kabal, until he was killed in a firebombing incident shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. President Dovu was in the Kabal Central Citadel during the bombings, which took place during riots that broke out during a food shortage, (HNN5)

Janah
this woman worked as a pirate during the height of the New Order, serving Captain Naz Felyood aboard the Jynni's Virtue. When the freighter made a hasty jump into hyperspace to escape an Imperial patrol, Janah was forced to take over as navigator when Nrross was killed in an explosion. After landing on Korriban, however, Janah was eventually killed by the Korriban Zombies, and her dead body was reanimated to join the zombies. (PH)

Janako
designation of one model of MaKing-class transport ship built by General Spacetronics. Janako models had unique rear flanges mounted on them. (RPG)

Janara
this was one of the most popular names for babies, during the year leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Janara III
this world is covered with green, rolling hills. It was destroyed by an Imperial assault, although the propaganda reports claimed it was the work of the Alliance. Jaalib Brandl later told Alex Winger that the population of Janara III was destroyed in order for his father, Adalric, to capture Alex herself. (SWJ7, SWJ12)

Janczyk
the Captain of the Dred Imperative. (SN)

Jandal
this city is located on the planet Kamori. (SWJ5)

Jandarra
this green and purple tubular vegetable is grown on the planet Jubilar. It grows in the deserts there, usually only after one of the infrequent rain storms. A delicacy favored by the wealthy throughout the galaxy, jandarra plants take almost two years to cultivate, due to the rarity of rain on the Jubilar desert. The natives of Jubilar were forced to smuggle the vegetable off their planet to nearby Shalam for processing, because nearby Shalamites placed a 100% tariff on it in order to help fill their own coffers. (TBH)

Jandi, Aellyn
this young woman married Moff Riit Jandi, and lived on Elshandruu Pica. She was a childhood friend and love of Sair Yonka from their time on Commenor, who managed to convince Kina Margath to cover up their affair. Kina agreed, and spread rumors that Yonka was romancing herself, instead of coming to Elshandruu Pica to meet with Aellyn. For her own part, Aellyn used her position as the Moff's wife to obtain special concessions for Margath's on Elshandruu Pica, and persuaded Yonka to bring exotic liquors and alcohols from the worlds he visted for Kina. (BW)

Jandi, Riit
this Imperial Moff took control of Elshandruu Pica in the wake of the Battle of Endor. He was married to Aellyn Jandi, a woman forty years his younger, and was unaware of her affair with Sair Yonka. (BW)

Jandler, Myle
this well-dressed, able-bodied man was living on Rafa IV, durnig the early years of the New Order. Jandler was at one time the owner of the Spaceman's Rest. When he gave up the bar, he was restricted from ever entering again, after he tried to insert a no-droids clause in the new owner's deed. After giving up the Spaceman's Rest, Jandler began working for Duttes Mer as a constable and Captain of the Guard. When Mer and Rokur Gepta brought Lando Calrissian to Rafa IV, Jandler was placed in charge of making Lando couldn't back out of their deal to locate the Mindharp. Jandler was ordered to follow Lando's every move, and to eliminate Calrissian if necessary. The orders from Mer finally angered Jandler enough that he willingly let Lando place his team on a drifting crusier, whose destination was Rafa XI. This gave Lando enough time to find the Mindharp without intervention and figure out its true purpose. After Lando left the Rafa System, Jandler was promoted to serve as the Chief Supervisor of the remaining life-crystal orchards, reporting directly to Sris Lehhett. (LCM, GMR5)

Jandoon
this planet was the primary world in the Jandoon System, which was located in the Corva Sector. The inhabitants of the planet died out centuries ago, although the reasons for their disappearance were never uncovered. It was rumored that the spirits of the dead roamed the system, and these rumors tended to keep most travellers out of the system. Another rumor stated that the planet's inhabitants were technologically advanced, and that fantastic machines and tools could be found deep within the planet. The average day on Jandoon lasted 25 standard hours, and that its year encompassed 273 local days. Note that the Star Wars: Customizable Card Game claims that Jandoon is the homeworld of the Brizzit race. (SWJ6, CCG)

Jandovar, Maxa
a famous vandfillist who performed during the last years of the Old Republic and into the era of the Galactic Civil War. Labria followed her across the galaxy in an attempt to see one of her performances. While he was on Tatooine, arranging transport to see her on Morvogodine, she was captured by Imperial forces, and died in custody. (TME, HNN5)

Jandur
this planet's government was full of bluster and self-importance when it applied for membership in the New Republic. It decided to back off when it realized what the New Republic stood for, and was awarded membership. (BTS)

Janelle Serap
this female Seikoshan was one of the most powerful crimelords on the planet Seikoska, during the early years of the New Republic. She tried to get her hands on the droid R1-T4, which had been shipped to her by Simms Jonndril, but the smugglers who transported it balked on their agreement and turned the droid over to Kade Darven and the New Republic. (POC)

Jangelle
this warm world is located in the Kathol Outback. It's surface is covered with sandy lowlands broken by a complex network of rivers, streams, and deltas. Large, deep bodies of water are rare on Jangelle. The planet was settled by a group of refugees who fled the Empire when it invaded Kathol Sector, and they maintained contact with the rest of the sector - and Moff Sarne's activities - during supply runs to Gandle Ott and Pembric II. The colonies on Jangelle are low-tech settlements, although there are two ion cannons and a small navy protecting them. The leadership of Jangelle formed a mutual defense pact with the planets of the Kathol Republic in order to maintain their world's freedom. (KO)

Jangler
a musical instrument often used in marching bands. (CPL)

Jango Fett Arena
this open-air arena was located in the city of Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine. During the height of the New Order, all manner of combat events were held to entertain patrons. The arnea was named in honor of Jango Fett, who died in the Geonosis gladiator arenas many years earlier. (IWST)

Jangoed
this slang term became part of the lingo of the galaxy's bounty hunters in the wake of the Battle of Geonosis, where Jango Fett was defeated in combat by Jedi Master Mace Windu. When Asajj Ventress issued bounties for the deaths of 82 members of the Jedi Order, the more experienced hunters advised their greener brethren to take care when hunting a Jedi. Otherwise, they risked getting Jangoed - dying in combat when their heads were severed from their bodies with a lightsaber. (SWI73)

Jangotat
this was the second nickname adopted by clone trooper A-98, who was also known as Nate. The name meant "Jango's brother" in Mandalorian, a name that Nate felt gave him a closer tie to Jango Fett, who served as the template for the clone troopers. He took the new name after spending a great deal of time with Sheeka Tull, who had once been romantically linked to Jango. Shortly after taking on the new name, Jangotat was badly injured when the Desert Wind terrorist based was infiltrated by a group of plastidroids and JK-series combat droids. Jangotat was rescued by Sheeka Tull, who took him to her village to recouperate under the ministrations of Brother Nicos Fate and several other Cestian healers. It was during his recovery that Jangotat felt most vulnerable, and his presence at the settlement only placed Sheeka and her family in danger. Sheeka revealed that she hated what he represented, the Clone Wars and the way it was destroying the galaxy. As for Jangotat himself, she only felt pity. In his absence, Jangotat's fellow ARC troopers wondered if he had been captured, or had broken the unwritten Code among troopers. It was while he was recouperating that Jangotat was given an opportunity to see first-hand the dashta eels, when Sheeka took him to their secret cave. The sight of the blind eels, glowing with happiness and friendship, made his cry for the first time in his life. It was then that he realized that, despite the fact that the clone troopers were produced from the same genetic template, they were all unique in their own ways. Upon returning to his comrades and the Jedi Masters, Jangotat spent all of his free time discussing Jedi combat techniques with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto, soaking up every scrap of information. In this way, Jangotat came to understand how to anticipate his opponent's next move, and was able to defeat his fellow ARC troopers in training battles that were designed to end in a draw. As the situation on Ord Cestus unraveled, Jangotat discovered the secret location of the Five Families' hidden bunker. He launched a desparate mission to root them out, using information from Thak Val Zsing to guide his actions. Once Thak Val Zsing gained him entrance to the compound, Jangotat called to the Nexu to override the orders for bombardment. Rather than firing on the Clandes Industrial complex, Jangotat ordered the Nexu to fire on his own location, inside the compound. Only the fact that an ARC trooper ordered the strike right on top of his own location made Admiral Baraka alter the targetting. Baraka's military training ran its course, and the Nexu fired on the bunker. Along with most of the members of the Five Families, Jangotat was killed in the explosions. His last will and testament remained behind, and provided clues to the truths behind Ord Cestus. (TCD)

Janguine
this planet was home to a species of jungle barbarians, which disappeared some 300 years before the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (VP)

Janguine
this was the native language used by the natives of the planet Janguine. It was eventually absorbed by the Mooloolian tribes of the planet's mountainous region. Many language experts believed that the Yuuzhan Vong language was reminiscent, if not related to, the Janguine language. (VP, HT)

Janice Nall's Droid Shop
this was the name of the droid repair and fabrication business owned by Janice Nall, in Tari's Upper City, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. (KOTOR)

Janildakara
this woman took up bounty hunting after her family's transport was ambushed by pirates. Janildakara herself was sold to the Zyggerian slavers, but escaped and began searching for her parents. She joined House Renliss and became a hunter, believing that the House would provide her with access to information on their whereabouts. However, her superiors at Renliss merely used her emotional vulnerability to their own ends, making her their tool. She was known in the business as an expert in the use of poisons. (GG10)

Janilis VII
a remote planet known for its vast libraries. (GFT)

Janisseries
this was the term used to describe the soldiers of Desevro's ancient armies, during the centuries before the formation of the Old Republic. After Desevro was conquered by Xim the Despot, the janisseries were added to his armies, and participated in the pillaging of entire planets. (GORW)

Janius, Bel
this Tapani noble, a graduate of the Mrlsst Academy some fifteen years before the Battle of Endor, was the anonymous benefactor of the Pan-Tapani Historical Society. It was later revealed that Bel Janius was an alias used by Brak Dunell, who was funding the Justice Action Network's activitied in Tapani Sector. (LOE)

Jankar, "Slag"
this Imperial Army Sergeant served as the primary drill instructor at the IMIIF-138 facility on Sirpar, during the height of the New Order. A veteran of the Old Republic Army, Jankar's true loyalties are to the Army itself. Although he hated the corruption which tore apart the Old Republic, and though he believes that Emperor Palpatine brought a level of pride and discipline back to the military, Jankar lived to serve the Army itself. He also prided himself on being the toughest, most demanding drill instructor on Sirpar. (SWJ2)

Jankok
this warm planet was the homeworld of the Srrors'tok race. (AE)

Jan-lo, Sunnar
a female Agamarian recruited into the Alliance along with Keyan Farlander, Sunnar became a fairly competant starfighter pilot. (XW)

Janna, Neile
this noted holo-feature actress, director and producer was best-known for her work in Kallea's Hope, a feature produced shortly before the Battle of Yavin. The feature was credited by the artisans of the New Order with restoring interest in Freia Kallea and the Kallea Cycle opera. To most of the galaxy, Janna was best-known as Carma Dame, from the series Scrivner's Revenge. (SWJ5, SWJ13)

Jannick, Jerus
this man was a member of the Naboo Royal Security Forces during the Trade Federation's invasion of the Naboo System. Jannik served under Captain Panaka, and took his duty to protect Queen Amidala very seriously. (CCG15)

Jannik
meaning "just", this was one of the most common names among Rodian males. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Jannik the White
this light-skinned Rodian was the leader of the Reeven clan, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. In order to defeat his bitter rival, Evo the Blue and the Cairn clan, Jannik hired the services of Nym and his mercenary gang. Despite the fact that Nym destroyed the Cairns, Jannik refused to pay the mercenary his fees. Nym stole the war treasure which had been won by the Reeven clan and fled. This act of treachery was simply an act for the public cameras, as Jannik later joined Nym's gang and took half the profits from the defeat of the Cairns. When Nym agreed to help Ambassador Loreli Ro and the Mere put a stop to the predations of Sol Sixxa, Jannik became a full part of Nym's crew. However, Jannik was badly wounded in hand-to-hand combat with Sol Sixxa, who shoved a long knife into Jannik's chest. Luckily for the Rodian, the blade missed his major organs, and Jannik survived the battle. (CRBN)

Jannpyr
this Jiivahar was one of the most renowned tour guides to ever work on the planet Carest 1. (SWJ14)

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