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Nagnol
this gas was known to disrupt the abilities of starship sensors systems, if released in sufficient concentrations. (T8)

Nagraoao
Roark Garnet's faithful Wookiee companion. (RPG)

Nagwa
one of the New Republic Agave-class picket ships dispatched under the command of Pakkpekatt to intercept the Teljkon vagabond. The Nagwa was ordered back to drydock after the mission failed to capture the vagabond at Gmir Askilon. (SOL)

Nagyan
this humanoid bounty hunter was among the group that agreed to help Risso Nu elimiante Boba Fett on Ma'ar Shaddam. When the group launched their attack, Fett managed to grab Nagyan's knife and used it to kill Eermik. Nagyan tried to attack Fett using a sword he had strapped to his back, but Fett had no intention of getting close to him. Pulling the knife from Eermik's dead body, Fett threw the knife with deadly accuracy into Nagyan's chest, killing him instantly. (T18)

Nahkee
a huge, innocent phlog, Nahkee is the son of Zut and Dobah. (ECAR)

Nahosos
a YT-1300 transport used by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Nahra
this was a form of Kaminoan performance art, in which the performers often appeared to be inert. (RCHC)

Nahrunba
this Dug was a member of Sebolto's gang during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Nahrunba and his older brothers, Jahrunba and Sahrunba, worked as smugglers 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)

Nahsu Minor
this temperate, grass-covered planet was the homeworld of the Murachaun race. It was located in the Inner Rim. (GORW)

Naia
this green-skinned humanoid was a native of the planet Solem, and was part of the rebel underground that sprang up during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. Naia was a medic, and she was one of the few survivors of Imperial Governor Malvander's subjugation of Solem. (SWES)

Naiana
this was a type of fruity wine that was created on the planet Cerea. (GCG)

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

Na'Ilia
this female Tarasin was distinguished by her ability to understand offworld technology. (LFCW)

Naithol
this Sullustan agreed to help Roganda Ismaren and Drost Elegin recover the Eye of Palpatine. He was an executive of the SoroSuub Corporation during the early years of the New Republic. (COJ)

Najarka
this planet, located in Rayter Sector, was surveyed by the Empire. The planet is too far from its sun to sustain life, and yet a band of dense rainforests rings the planet. It was discovered that there was intense geophysical activity beneath the rainforests, where the heat of the magma below the crust warms the glacier and provides the necessary heat to encourage life to grow. Icequakes continually rearrange the glacial portion of the planet, which is pummeled by hurricane-force winds and metal-piercing hail. The unique plant life has been featured in several Imperial buldings, including the Emperor's own gardens. It was on Najarka that Yearo Seville and his gang kidnapped Crying Dawn Singer for the Farool brothers. The average day on Najarka lasts 28 standard hours, and its year lasts 402 local days. (TA)

Najarkan Creature
this strange beast is found in the thin band of rainforests near fissures in the glaciers of Najarka. At over 30 meters in length, this huge predatorial reptile has no natural enemies. Its toothy maw averages two meters in width, and its large eyes are designed like low-resolution photreceptors. The eyes are attuned to searching for and locating the kichicolia, its primary foodsource. The Empire quickly discovered that this creature's ability to seek out the white and black pattern of the kichicolia led it to stalk and capture stormtroopers in full armor. (TA)

Najib
this alien race is native to the planet Najiba. They are very friendly to offworlders, but are also very suspicious by nature. They are humanoid in physique, being stocky and well-muscled. Their legs are quite short, and their arms appear to be overly long, but they are kilogram-for-kilogram as powerful as Wookiees and Houk. They were known to be hard-working and determined and quick to adapt to new situations. They were discovered by Old Republic scouts many millennia ago, but the screening of the Children of Najiba kept them isolated for many centuries. The Empire eventually found the Najib and subjugated them, wiping out entire villages when the Najib fought back. The Najiba had a tribal society, with individual tribes being ruled by a specialized governing tribe. This governing tribe was made up from representatives of each of the lesser tribes. (SWJ4, TFE, SWJ13, AE, SWJ15)

Najiba
this Outer Rim world is situated near Tatooine, in the Faj System. Najiba has an elliptical orbit, and passes very close to its system's asteroid belt for much of it. Thus, traffic on and off the planet is very limited, and is curtailed whenever Najiba passes closest to the belt. The asteroids themselves are known as the Children of Najiba. Its axial tilt and its elliptical orbit resulted in a spring-like season which never truly ended, but was broken by electrical disruptions and torrential rainstorms. This is the homeworld of the Najib, a friendly yet suspicious race. The average day on Najiba is short, lasting only 18 standard hours. The Najiban year encompasses 215 local days. (SWJ4, TFE, SWJ13)

Najus
this ancient Sith Lord was known as the creator of the Bracers of Najus. (GMR10)

Nak Shimor
this planet was located along the Perlemian Trade Route, on the border between the Colonies and the Inner Rim. (TOJC)

Nak Simm
this Zabrak served as Torga the Hutt's chief lieutenant during the height of the New Order. He was known to be an excellent judge of character, a trait which Torga valued in choosing the members of his criminal organization. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Nak Simm was scheduled to meet with Jolla the Hutt to discuss a possible alliance between the two minor crimelords. Before he could attempt the meeting, however, Nak Simm was assassinated by Nomo Sliken, a Clawdite killer who worked for Moska the Hutt. Nomo Sliken then attended the meeting in Nak Simm's place, hoping to destroy Jolla's confidence in Torga. (WOA23)

Nakaron
this Trandoshan criminal was sent to Dles IV for the murder and kidnapping of Alliance agents. Nakaron had been exiled from his home city of Forak, on the colony world of Dosha, for his conceited disrespect and outspoken views. He found work with Glorga the Hutt, and tied to expose Lanish Ran as an Imperial spy. Glorga refused to believe Nakaron and ordered him banished from his court. In a fit of rage, Nakaron murdered Glorga and then killed Agent Ran. Alliance agent Thom Clessigan witnessed the bloodshed and immediately arrested Nakaron. Shortly afterward, Nakaron hijacked the shuttle that was transporting him to the penal world, took its crew hostage, and fled. He was wanted by the New Republic for a variety of crimes, not the least of which was the kidnapping of Agent Clessigan. (SWJ4)

Nakay, Keela
this young Balawai girl was one of five children rescued by Mace Windu from a lava flow in the jungle of Haruun Kal, shortly after the Battle of Geonosis, when he traveled to the planet to locate Depa Billaba. The children, led by her brother Terrel, had been trying to return to their camp in a steamcrawler when it was caught by the laval. Keela had suffered a massive head injury, and was unconscious when Master Windu found the children. When Pek Rankin and the rest of his group arrived to recover the children, one of the other parents revealed that Keela's father had died in earlier fighting. Terrel was later killed by Kar Vastor, leaving Keela and her sister Pell orphaned. The sisters, along with Urno and Nykl, were taken in by Nick Rostu, after Windu left them to seek out answers in the jungle. (SHPT)

Nakay, Pell
this young Balawai girl was one of five children rescued by Mace Windu from a lava flow in the jungle of Haruun Kal, shortly after the Battle of Geonosis, when he traveled to the planet to locate Depa Billaba. The children, led by her brother Terrel, had been trying to return to their camp in a steamcrawler when it was caught by the laval. Pell and two of the boys, Urno and Nykl, had managed to get outside the steamcrawler, but were trapped by the lava. Master Windu was able to get Pell to urge the two boys off the steamcrawler, so that he could rescue Terrel and Keela. When Pek Rankin and the rest of his group arrived to recover the children, one of the other parents revealed that Pell's father had died in earlier fighting. Terrel was later killed by Kar Vastor, leaving Pell and her sister Keela orphaned. The sisters, along with Urno and Nykl, were taken in by Nick Rostu, after Windu left them to seek out answers in the jungle. (SHPT)

Nakay, Terrel
this young Balawai boy was one of five children rescued by Mace Windu from a lava flow in the jungle of Haruun Kal, shortly after the Battle of Geonosis, when he traveled to the planet to locate Depa Billaba. Terrel was the oldest - at thirteen- of the group, and acted as their leader during their attempt to travel back to their camp in a steamcrawler after their original camp was overrun by the ULF. The steamcrawler had been caught in the lava, and Terrel stubbornly refused to allow Master Windu to rescue him, until Windu explained that three others were already safely under his control. Later, Terrel and his companions began tot hink that Windu was actually a bounty hunter, despite his obvious Korun appearance. Windu did nothing to change their opinion, since it maintained his true identity. When Pek Rankin and the rest of his group arrived to recover the children, one of the other parents revealed that Terrel's father had died in earlier fighting. Terrel, already distraught because of this, flew into a rage when Master Windu revealed that he was a Jedi, in an effort to defend the children from ULF attackers. In response to what he perceived to be deception and lies, Terrel used a blunt knife to maim Besh and Chalk, who had been in a state of thanatizine suspension. Unfortunately, this act of mindless aggression was discovered by Kar Vastor, who used his vibroshields to cut Terrel in two in retribution for his actions. (SHPT)

Naked Hutt Cantina
a watering hole located on the planet Omman. (BSS)

N'a-kee-tula
this green-skinned boy, a native of Shadda-Bi-Boran whose name meant "sweetheart," was rescued from the doomed planet by Padme' Naberrie. Unfortunately, the natives of Shadda-Bi-Boran were unable to adapt to the planet on which they were placed, and they died shortly afterward. (AOTCN, AAOTC)

Nakhym, Golov
this pirate Captain was captured by the Alliance, shortly before the Battle of Endor, after his forces began raiding Alliance supplies. (XWA)

Nak'tra Crystal
this tough crystal was native to the deepest caverns found on the planet Kashyyyk. These crystals were harvested by the Wookiees of the Myyydril tribe, who found that they were an effective weapon against the Urnsor'is. Individual crystals were used as the focusing lense for specialized blaster weapons, which emitted coherent energy of a specific wavelength that did large amounts of damage to the Urnsor'is. (SWGAL)

Naktu Jeera
this male Kadas'sa'Nikto was a known associate of Longo Two-Guns during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Jabba the Hutt issued a bounty for his capture in connection with the ambush of a Twi'lek supply convoy near Mos Gamos, which was eventually claimed by Jango Fett, who was on Tatooine trying to arrange a meeting with Jabba. (BH)

Nal Hutta
a planet in the Corellian sector, it was colonized by the Hutts and is the birthplace of Jabba the Hutt. The name "Nal Hutta" means "glorious jewel" in Huttese, which described its setting near a radioactive nebula. The planet, located in the Y'Toub System, was at one time known as Evocar, and was inhabited by the Evocii race. The Hutts, fleeing the desolation of Varl, settled on Evocar as a suitable home. They began trading technology to the Evocci for land, and continued to do so until they owned most of the planet. The Evocii realized what was happening, but too late. The Hutts began construction on a multitude of palaces and pleasure sites before the Evocii could do anything about. Their appeals to the Old Republic were taken seriously, but the contracts they signed with the Hutts were ironclad in favor of the Hutts. Even the Jedi Knights were powerless. The Hutts forced them off the planet and onto Nar Shaddaa, where they were eventually mutated over the years by the various technologies in use on the moon. The planet is ruled by the oldest Hutt families, who control Nar Shaddaa from their homes. The planet is huge, but it has no natural heavy metals. Thus, its density is less than expected. Its day lasts 87 standard hours, and its year is 413 local days in duration. What remains of the planet's natural landscape is flat, marshy bogs. In the aftermath of the Battle of Fondor and the duplicitous actions of Borga the Hutt, the Yuuzhan Vong targetted Nal Hutta for destruction. The Vong bombarded the planet from a remote location, although many of the missiles exploded in the atmosphere. Eventually, both Nal Hutta and the moon Nar Shaddaa were overtaken by the alien invaders, and teraformed into worlds more suitable to them. (DE1, DESB, DS, JE, BP, SWJ15, SOT)

Nal Hutta Jewel
this was the name of Ganis the Hutt's Ubrikkian Minstrel-class pleasure yacht. (IA)

Nal Hutta Kal'tamok
this was a Huttese newsfeed which was available on the computer networks of the galaxy. It was produced in a Huttese-only version as well as a Basic version. It was rumored that the Empire once tried to shut down the Kal'tamok, but there were too many bureaucrats who used the newsfeed for their own illicit dealings that any action was delayed indefinitely. (SWJ3, SWJ13)

Nalan
this Twi'leki woman was one of the dancers Brin'shak agreed to send to Durga the Hutt. Ghitsa Dogder had negotiated the deal, then she and Fenig Nabon arranged for passage from Ryloth to Nal Hutta. However, Fen and Ghitsa never planned to give the dancers to Durga. The tricked Shada D'ukal and Dunc T'racen into forcing them into an escape pod, in order to cover up the fact that they really wanted to dancers to go free. Nalan provided Shada with a message rod from Fen, which explained the whole situation. The message from Fen also requested that Nalan and the dancers be returned to Ryloth, and delivered to the Dira clan for safekeeping. (TFNR)

Nalan Cheel
one of the Bith performing with Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes, Nalan played the Bandfill. He was homesick for the comforts of life on Clak'dor VII. (TME, CCG2)

Nalargon
this large musical instrument was operated by a keyboard and foot pedals. It had a great many pipes and subharmonic resonators that produced a multitude of sounds, which were considered soothing to many humanoid species. The instrument was favored by many jizz bands throughout the galaxy. (THG, ROD)

Nala-tree Frog
this amphibian was a favorite food of Kibbick the Hutt. He introduced them to his uncle, Aruk, who demanded that a supply bemade readily available for his consumption. Teroenza, sick of the Besadii control over the Ylesian colonies and his own life, began working with Jabba and Jiliac to poison the frogs he sent to Aruk, hoping to kill the ancient slug. (THG)

Naldar
this planet was one of many worlds that were attacked by splinter groups of the Empire, in the wake of the Battle of Endor. It was located near the planet Belderone, and was once a refuge for the natives of Belderone who also fled Imperial subjugation. (MC92)

Naleshekan
this ancient Selkath served as a judge in Ahto City, on his homeworld of Manaan, during the decades leading up to the Great Sith War. Naleshekan was one of the judges who presided over the trial of Sunry. Naleshekan was neutral in the case, believing that Sunry and Elassa were simply idealistic opponents who clashed over their ideals. (KOTOR)

Nalgol
this Imperial Navy Captain was a member of the Kuat family, and was the commander of the Tyrannic during the early years of the New Republic. He maintained his command following the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn, and was part of the group picked by Moff Disra to begin his assault on the New Republic. Shortly after the revelation of the Bothan involvement in the Caamas Incident, Disra got Nalgol and three other Navy Captains together to introduce them to Thrawn, artfully portrayed by Flim. Although he didn't trust Disra, Nalgol accepted the command of an assault on the Bothan homeworld of Bothawui, in an attempt to further undermine the fragile position the New Republic was in at the time. Even with the reappearance of Thrawn, Nalgol questioned the necessity of the mission. Every vigilant, Nalgol shook Thrawn's hand after accepting his orders. This allowed him to use the specialized Kuat family crest ring to obtain a skin sample. The ring was designed to administer poison, but Nalgol hadn't used it in years. Disra, at Major Tierce's request, had taken great pains to alter Thrawn's records, so that any genetic analysis done by Nalgol would prove Flim to be the actual Thrawn. Like his comrades, including Captain Dorja, Nalgol was completely fooled by the performance and the subsequent confirmation of the false Thrawn's genetics. Arriving fully cloaked in the Bothawui system, Nalgol and his peers captured a comet in a masterful piece of coordination. The comet was brought into the cloaking devce's range, and the Tyrannic was hidden behind it. As the comet moved toward Bothawui, Nalgol was under orders to attack from behind the cloak, in an effort to draw the various alien forces amassed there into an all-out civil war. (SOP, VOF)

Nali-Erun
this Senali clan preferred to live in relative isolation on a remote island. When Prince Leed of Rutan went into hiding on Senali, the Nali-Erun watched over him to make sure he survived in his hideout. (SP)

Nalk
this ancient Quarren surname meant "respected teacher". Like many Quarren surnames, it could be traced back to the time of the Battle of Ruusan. (GCG)

Nall, Gradress
this insufferably arrogant bounty hunter was a third-generation hunter who worked for the Salaktori Hunters Guild. His skills as a hunter were only overshadowed by his opinions of himself, and his headstrong methods often got him into trouble. (GG10)

Nall, Janice
this woman was a noted fabricator of customized droids, who owned Janice Nall's Droid Shop on the planet Taris during the height of the Great Sith War. Janice created the droid T3-M4 based on an order from Davik Kang, but mistakenly sold the droid to a group of buyers who were hired by Canderous Ordo. (SWDB, KOTOR)

Nall, Merrck
this second-generation bounty hunter made the neural inhibitor a standard weapon of the trade. Merrck was the father of Gradress Nall. (GG10)

Nallastia
a jungle world. (OWS)

Nalle Triplets
this trio of identical sisters was living on the planet Coruscant, during the height of the Clone Wars. They were commonly found in the gambling halls and casinos of the Uscru district, using their feminity to distract other gamblers while stealing their credits. Are these actually Mya and Yma Nalle, along with a third sibling? (EAR)

Nalle, Mya
this woman and her twin sister, Yma, was a regular patron of Coruscant's Outlander Club, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (SWI75)

Nalle, Yma
this woman and her twin sister, Mya, was a regular patron of Coruscant's Outlander Club, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (SWI75)

Nallek
this man was a member of the mercenary band that settled on the Khoonda Plains of Dantooine, in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

Nallen
this tall, bald-headed Alderaanian man was the servant of Raal and Heeth Panteer and their family, during the early years of the New Order. Nallen often accompanied the two young men to their vacation home on a remote moon in the Ryloth System, and was with them when the first Death Star destroyed Alderaan. (SWEPH)

Nallok
this Twi'lek woman was an Alliance agent. Prior to joining the Alliance, she was a slave dancer for a Hutt crimelord until an Alliance SpecForces team captured the Hutt's luxury yacht and confiscated it. Grateful for her rescue, Nallok dedicated her life to assisting the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. She was double-crossed by Bennbus Polag and held captive until a strike team managed to free her from captivity. Nallok and the strike team were recognized by the Alliance for their bravery, and they eventually formed their own SpecOps team. (IA)

Nalmar, Elana
this woman was the eldest daughter of Ral and Emie Nalmar. She had been groomed to take over her father's criminal empire, until Qual'om Soach tried to destroy the Nalmar organization and killed her parents. Elana herself barely escaped the attack, and was rescued hours later by firefighters. She recovered from her injuries to discover that Eelian Kirat had assumed command of the Nalmar organization, and that the majority of Nalmar's employees supported Kirat. Elana was forced to become Kirat's second in command, but vowed to retake control of her family's business. (FBS)

Nalmar, Emie
this woman was the wife of Ral Nalmar. She was killed in the explosion which destroyed their mansion, during Qual'om Soach's attempt to destroy the Nalmar crime family. (FBS)

Nalmar, Ral
this man was the founder and leader of the Nalmar criminal organization, based on Genesia during the New Order. The Nalmar organization specialized in smuggling throughout the Brak Sector of the galaxy. He was killed when Qual'om Soach tried to break the family's back by launched a full-scale assault on the Nalmar estate. Soach's forces destroyed the family complex, killing Ral, his wife Emie, and their young son. Ral was survived by his eldest daughter, Elana. (FBS)

Nalo
this adult Vorzydiak was one of the schoolteachers encountered by Obi-Wan Kenobi, some eleven years before the Battle of Naboo, when he infiltrated the Freelies to discover the reasons behind the industrial sabotage which was occurring on Vorzyd 4. (TTW)

Nalrithian
an alien race native to an unknown Outer Rim planet, these insectile humanoids communicated telepathically amongst themselves. They stand just under two meters in height, although they can be heavily muscled. They had four eyes on the front of their heads, located above a mouth which was surrounded by a pair of short tusks. Their young are hatched from eggs, and several Nalrithian infants will be born from a single egg. These eggmates have a special telepathic bond which augmented their latent telepathic abilities. They were isolationists and xenophobes. (RMOM, TBH, SWG5)

Nalroni
an alien race native to the planet Celanon. They have an acute economic sense, and have managed to turn huge profits even during the reign of Emperor Palpatine. The average Nalroni was a golden-furred humanoid with a tapered snout and sharp teeth. They were slender in build, but muscular and lithe. They were adept at understanding the psychology of other races, and used this trait to augment their impressive business acumen. (PG1)

Nalroni Merchant Council
this body, made up from the business leaders of the planet Celanon, held a great deal of political force on Celanon. (ND)

Nalros
this is the native language of the Nalroni race. (POT)

Nalros
this yellow star was the primary body in the Celanon System. (PG1)

Nalvar
this grass was native to the planet Svivren. Many male Svivreni bound their braided hair with the thick blades of Nalvar grass, as a way to pay homage to their homeworld. (SWJ10)

Nalvar
this was one of the many regions of the planet Svivren, named for the nalvar grass that dominated its plains. Much of the region was riddled with mines, but most of these were dank tunnels that were among the harshest places to work on the planet. (GORW)

Nalzin
this comet was considered the outermost body of the Utos System, having been captured by Utos and held in a wide orbit around the star. (CCW)

Nam
this is one of the three stars which center the Chorios Systems in the Meridian Sector. (POT)

Nam
this female name was common among the 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)

Nam Chorios
this planet, loacted in the Chorios System of the Meridian Sector, was chosen by the Grissmath Dynasty as a penal world some fifty years after a group of colonists fled the Grissmaths in order to be free. The original settlers, as well as the prisoners sent there, discovered that the crystalline rocks of the planet were alive with the Force. When the Force was used on the planet, it created backlashes within the crystals, and ripples of Force lightning sometimes plunged through the canyons at night to expel excees Force energy. When the Grissmaths sent drochs to the planet to ensure the prisoners were killed, the inhabitants and the crystals tried to do everything in their power to keep the drochs from spreading off the planet. It was on this world that Dzym rose to power, enslaving the crystals - known as Spooks - and selling them to Loronar for used in CCIR technologies. When Leia Organa-Solo and Luke Skywalker arrived on the world - Leia to meet with Seti Ashgad, Luke to search for Callista - they discovered the abilities of the Spooks, and managed to depose Dzym and Ashgad. Luke then spent a number of years scouring the galaxy for those Spooks which could be returned to Nam Chorios. Note that the jacket liner of Planet of Twilight refers to this world as Renat Chorios. (POT, WOTC)

Nam Priax
this oceanic world was the original homeworld of the beck-tori parasite. (PJSB)

Namadii Corridor
this hyperspace route allowed swift travel between Coruscant and Bilbringi. (HT)

Namana Nectar
a thick, pale orange liquer produced on Bakura, it has a delicate, floral aroma and fruity taste. (TB)

Namana trees
native to Bakura, they produce the tropical fruit used to make candy and liqueur. Once processed, the fruit induces a faint sensation of pleasure. (TB)

Namana Twist
a Bakuran candy made from namana fruit. (TB)

Namana-class Light Cruiser
this Bakuran starship was designed after the planet was liberated from the Ssi-ruuvi. It was the first ship designed to break through an interdiction field using the hyperwave inertial momentum sustainer (HIMS) system. The Namana-class cruiser measured 400 meters in length, and required a crew of 1,200 along with 100 gunners. It could also transport 150 troops and 3,500 metric tons of cargo. It was armed with 10 heavy turbolsers, 20 laser cannons, and two tractor beam projectors. (CTD)

Namarhe
an Alliance starfighter pilot from Bestine IV who was killed while trying to capture the Imperial transport Omicron. (XW)

Namdot
this Old Republic archeaologist was one of the first beings to discover the existence of an ancient Jedi Temple on Mustafar, shortly after the Clone Wars. He told of a so-called Storm Lord, who defende the temple with powerful Force Lightning. (SWGAL)

Name It, Claim It Law
this was the slang term for an Old Republic planetary development decree. Under this law, explorers had only to locate remote systems, perform cursory life-form scans, and file for development rights in order to take control of the system.The result was the discovery and naming of a vast number of planetary systems without any real idea what each system and its worlds held. (SOP)

Name, The
this was a religious reference used by the natives of the planet Renatasia III. (LCF)

Nami
a group of starships destroyed by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Naming-father
this was the name given to the Yuuzhan Vong male who attended the birth of a child and determined its name within the family's Domain. (EVC)

N'amiq
this was a species of winged lizard which was trained for combat by Yuuzhan Vong warriors. (FP)

NAMIS
COMPNOR's Native Management and Industrialization Service, NAMIS was a product of COMPNOR's Commerce branch. The program was designed to efficiently turn backwater planets into industrial participants of the Empire. The program failed miserably on Gamorr, and was scrapped. (ISB)

Nammon
this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Nammon, Ran
this is one of the aliases used by Lirin Banolt. (XWBT)

Namoor, Jaysa
this woman served as the President of the Core Worlds Critics Assocation, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Namore
a planet. (HR)

Nampi
this alien Princess was from a race of huge, slug-like creatures even larger than the Hutts. She had deep purple skin, which was studded with a series of arm-like tendrils. Nampi had large eyes and a small nose, above a wide mouth filled with sharp teeth. When she captured Jabba the Hutt, she ate Jabba's pilot, Scuppa, before Jabba was able to escape. It was part of her species' mating ritual, whereby a female consumes her new husband on their wedding night. However, when she tried to cross Jabba, he released th xenoboric acid hidden in Scuppa's skull, and Nampi's body was consumed until it exploded. Jabba then took her treasure trove for his troubles. (JTH)

Namra
this gas giant was the fourth world in the Bacrana System, and was orbited by ten moons. (FBS)

Nan Mercador
this large, four-armed, red-skinned humanoid was the bartender at the Golden Guff on Coruscant, during the years surrounding the Clone Wars. Mercador was a known associate of several bounty hunters, and often assisted in the capture of wanted beings by luring them into the Golden Cuff and holding them there long enough to be captured. It was in this way that ten-year-old Boba Fett was nearly caught, just after the Battle of Geonosis. However, the child was "rescued" by Aurra Sing, who had been hired by Count Dooku to recover the boy. (BF1)

Nanaod Engh
the New Republic's First Administrator during the Yevethan Great Purge. A good friend of the Chief of State, Leia Organa-Solo, she called him "Nanny." (BTS, SOL)

Nance
this lowlife man spent his spare time in the bars and taverns of the city of Gadrin, on Cularin, betting on everything and anything in order to try and make an extra credit. His favorite bets came in the continual fighting between Varoca and Oosk. (EOS)

Nancifer Sandsee
this alien was a member of the Galactic Radicals, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (BH)

Nanda
this grizzled Imperial Sergeant was in charge of the NESDF-456 facility on Sirpar, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ2)

Nanda-Ree Janoo
this Jedi Knight accompanied Obi-Wan Kenobi to Balamak, during the early stages of the Clone Wars, to help destroy an experimental communications jamming facility built by the Separatists. (SWI65)

Nanda's Luck
this was one of many Aqualish mineral prospecting ships which plied the oceans of Ando during the height of the Galactic Civil War. It was owned and operated by Bipopa Bogzider, and was designed to capture the Andoan mineral-fish and process it for the minerals in its body. At just under twenty-one meters in length, the Nanda's Luck required a crew of four to operate, and could accommodate up to twenty-five fisherbeings and fifty-eight tons of cargo. Like many ships of its kind, it left the harbor laden with sand, so that it rode low in the water. This made the empty ship appear to be full of processed ore, a tactic which helped deter pirates from stealing her cargoes. Bipopa Bogzider and his fellow captains knew that their ships were easy targets when filled with ore, so they used the sand to mimic a full ship, forcing pirates to take the risk of expending energy to capture the occasional empty ship. The Nanda's Luck was attacked by Pyash Yopayomba, the Pirate Queen of Ando, some time after the Battle of Yavin. During the fighting, many crew members were killed, and Yopayomba eventually took control of the vessel. She killed Captain Bippi for his quick surrender to her terms, and placed Sissalik in command. Sissalik later learned that Yopayomba had been led to believe that the Imperial governor of Ando would pay her handsomely for starting a civil war between the Aquala and the Quara, a war which the Empire could use to fully subjugate the Aqualish. Her plans failed, though, when Sissalik reprogrammed the autopilot on the Nanda's Luck, ramming the ship into Pyash's own flagship, the Majestic. All hands on board, including Pyash and Sissalik, were killed in the explosion. (PH)

Nandi
this woman worked as a waitress at the Varykino resort in Naboo's Lake Country, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (AOTCN, VD2)

Nandreeson
this Glottalphib was the unofficial ruler of Skip 6, in the Smuggler's Run. He held a grudge, and a heavy price, on Lando Calrissian, who had stolen a great deal of treasure from Nandreeson's lair during the reign of Emperor Palpatine, and prior to his acquisition of Cloud City. Nandreeson's influence was so great that Calrissian refused to return to the Run until Han Solo disappeared there. Nandreeson held much of the Run in fear of his wrath. When Dolph began implementing his schemes, he used Nandreeson's position of power to assist with the distribution of his rigged droids. During the time of the New Republic, Nandreeson spent most of his time like Jabba the Hutt, commanding his small empire from a pond located deep inside Skip 6. There, he fed on aprfue gnats and caver eggs while his major domo, Iisner, served as his official liaison. When Han Solo was intercepted in the Smuggler's Run, Lando decided that he needed to find out what had happened, despite his distrust of Nandreeson. Lando's plans failed, and he was brought to Nandreeson. The Glottalphib kept Lando at bay by holding him in the deepest part of the pond for some days before Han discovered Lando's whereabouts. In the resulting firefight which revealed the true colors of a number of Han's smuggling "friends," Nandreeson was shot and killed by Han himself. (TNR)

Nandy, Tars
this light-haired man served as a TIE Fighter pilot aboard the Rand Ecliptic, during the months leading up to the Battle of Yavin. A classmate of Biggs Darklighter and Derek "Hobbie" Klivian at the Imperial Academy, Nandy was among the pilots who were dispatched to intercept the Lark. When Klivian launched his mutiny, he managed to capture Nandy and hold him prisoner, using Nandy's access to Imperial communications codes to make the mutiny a success. (SWED)

Nane
this was one of the most common surnames found among the human population of Corellia. (GMR9)

Nane, Waric
this man was one of the Ministers who led the planet Danoor, and was the primary contact between Danoor and the Lance of Endor, under the command of Rolf Treidum. Nane believed Treidum's lies about his being a leader of the New Republic, and threatened the crew of the FarStar when they arrived at Danoor. He was willing to listen to Captain Adrimetrum, only after the IFF code was verified, and eventually came to trust them crew. His trust seemed to be won over when they agreed to help retrieve a mining droid in the Duhrib Belt in exchange for navigational information for crossing the Kathol Rift. However, Nane was far from soft-hearted. He wanted to rule Danoor with an iron fist, creating a totalitarian society dominated by a strong police and military presence. He was developing a number of alliances with other Ministers when the FarStar arrived. Because of his beliefs, Nane was often threatened by the populace, and so he purchased an assassin droid to protect himself. He also falsified his deal with Captain Adrimetrum, having been given the opportunity to meet Rolf Treidum without his false identity. Nane, seeing that the New Order was truly the form of order he so desired in a govenrment, agreed to help Treidum delay the FarStar if at all possible. After the ship's arrival, Nane secretly signalled to Treidum. (KO)

Naneb Pefan
this Ithorian trader had considerable experience plying the spacelanes of the galaxy, and eventually joined the Devaronian Vacasor as co-pilot of the Merasy. It was said that Naneb Pefan could sell sand on the planet Tatooine, and that his experience kept Vacasor from landing in the poor house. (SS)

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