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this astromech droid was assigned to Jek Porkins' X-Wing starfighter, during the Battle of Yavin. (OWS)

this was the new designation given to Wedge Antilles' astromech droid Mynock, after Zraii gave it a memory wipe. Zraii also added new programming, and the droid was redesignated R5-G8. Wedge shorted this to just "Gate." (BW)

this astromech was owned by Kyp Durron, and used to assist in piloting Kyp's T-65XJ starfighter, during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. It was R5-L4 - known as Elfour - who located the record of the ExGal-4 Spacecaster shuttle as it passed through the Veragi Sector on its way to Helska. When the Dozen-and-Two Avengers were intercepted by the Yuuzhan Vong at Helska, Kyp was the only member to escape the ambush. However, in a desperate flight into hyperspace, R5-L4 was unable to prevent the X-Wing's internal systems from shutting down, then was destroyed itself in a flash of electric fire. (VP)

this noisy, slow-moving astromech droid is employed by Fiz Cor'gril as a starship mechanic. The Verpine Garginoolaara has worked with R5-M1 to keep its personality from getting sour, but was unable to repair some of the droid's quirks. R5-M1 has the annoying habit of beeping and chirping to itself, and a malfunctioning acoustic signaller sometimes raises the sound level to unbearable levels. (SWJ9)

this R5 droid was owned by Shawn Valdez. It was primarily on Alliance combat starships, plotting tactical sublight courses. R5-M2 was instrumental in planning the evacuation routes for the Alliance ships stationed at Hoth's Echo Base, prior to the Battle of Hoth. (CCG3)

this was the astromech droid which was owned by the Gungan trader Toba, to help him fly the Sea Killer. (WOTC)

R5-series Droid
a series of agricultural droids, related to the R2 series. (SWN)

R5-series Droid
the fifth in the R series of astromech droids built by Industrial Automaton, the R5 was cheapest and - understandably - the lowest-quality of the entire series. The R5 series was commissioned by Industrial Automaton's President, Julynn Kentas, with minimal market testing to determine whether or not the public needed (or wanted) another astromech droid. The R5s were somewhat quirky, and developed sour, bitter personalities as they aged unless they received regular memory wipes. Because of its problems and the lack of public acceptance, the R5-series of astromechs was the last Industrial Automaton astromech produced during the New Order. Note that the HoloNetNews.com website indicates that the R5-series was discontinued just before the Clone Wars. (SWSB, SWJ7, SWJ9, FTD, HNN4)

this astromech droid was employed by Jabba the Hutt. Its programming had been severly modified, and R5-X2 was primarily used to calculate the current odds of any gambling event and its participants. R5-X2 was extremely adept at the odds-making on podraces. R5-X2 was also responsible for maintaining a running count of the Hutt's winnings on these events. Shortly before the fateful Boonta Eve Classic race won by young Anakin Skywalker, R5-X2 predicted the order of finish to be Sebulba, Gasgano, and Mawhonic. R5-X2 had indicated that Anakin had an outside chance of winning. (IG1, PRT)

this is a model of heavy blaster manufactured for use the Royal Naboo Security Forces. (SW1)

this was the designation of Eelo Begraas' astromech unit, which helped him fly the modified starfighter Dicer. Begraas nicknamed the droid Shootfirst, in reference to the droid's upgraded armament and rapid-fire programming. Note that this droid's designation was also referred to as R6-S1 on the Wizards of the Coast website. (WOTC)

R6-series Droid
this series of astromech droids was produced by Industrial Automaton shortly after the Battle of Endor, in an effort to recover from financial and commercial failure of the R5 series. The R6 was produced for civilian use during the development of the R7 series. The R6 was based on the R2 series, with expanded hyperspace coordinate storage, and was heavily shielded against electrical discharges. The R6-series was preceded by an intense marketing campaign, designed to refurbish Industrial Automaton's image and reinvoke the demand for astromechs. (SOL, EGD, SWJ7)

this Super Battle Droid was stationed aboard the Invisible Hand during the First Battle of Coruscant. R77 was among the first droids to realize that Anakin Skywalker had sabotaged one of the main fuel cells, during his escape from another group of battle droids. Before R77 and its companions could escape, the fuel was ignited by a sparking power generator and exploded, destroyed all the droids in the immediate area. (IS3)

this is the most probable elemental composition of the truth serum Bavo Six. (CFG)

R7-series Droid
part of the prestigious series of Industrial Automaton astromech droids, the R7 was designed shortly after the Battle of Endor to work with the new FreiTek E-wing fighters. The development of the R7 series was a corporate secret, and occurred during the media blitz that surrounded its predecessor, the R6 series. The R7 bore a slight resemblance to the R2 unit, having two permanent and one retractable legs. They have a different body shape, though, which inhibits the use of R2 units in the E-Wing, as well as the use of R7s in an X-Wing or Y-Wing. The R7 can hold up to 15 hyperspace jump coordinates in its memory. They were heavily shielded against electrical discharges. (DE1, DESB, SOL, EGD, SWJ7)

the R7-series astromech droid employed by Luke Skywalker on the E-Wing he borrowed from the New Republic. (BTS)

this was the model number of one of Arakyd's jump boots. These lightweight, full-leg boots offered cable-attached hand controls for greater freedom of movement and ease of use over standard jet packs or rocket packs. (ROE)

known as the Suppressor, this was the Merr-Sonn riot control weapon produced for the police forces which protected the planet Coruscant during the height of the New Order. Using compressed Brix-C fluid, the R-88 fired a continuous, aerosol stream of stunning chemicals at its target. With two cylindrical tanks, the R-88 could be fired ten times before needing to be recharged. The stormtroopers who used the R-88 liked it for its accuracy, which was comparable to most modern blasters. (WOTC)

R8-series Droid
this series of Industrial Automaton astromech droids was produced shortly after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. During its development, it was rumored that the R8-series would have been the first from Industrial Automaton to speak Basic, but this never happened. (VOF, SWJ7)

this security droid was first activated on the planet Columex, during the height of the New Order, but its programming was damaged in shipment. After routinely wandering off its assigned patrol routes, R-92 went rogue and joined a slaving gang that operated out of the plabet Kazarak. After the Yuuzhan Vong began their invasion of the galaxy, R-92 had itself refitted with modern weaponry before it joined the Peace Brigade, despite the alien invaders' hatred of mechanicals. (GORW)

this grumpy Bossikan/Rendili droid served as the quartermaster on the New Republic corvette FarStar, monitoring the ship's supplies along with SE-4-LQ3. (DARK, KR)

this was a series of quartermaster droids produced by Bossikan/Rendili. (DARK)

R9-series Droid
this series of astromech droids was produced for modern starships during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Many of these droids were used in the StealthX and ChaseX versions of Incom's T-65 X-Wing starfighter. (DN1)

Gyrhil laser cannons used on the B-Wing. (XW)

this Huttese pronoun was used to describe one's self. It translated roughly into Basic as "me." (E1A14)

this was a common, though archaic, name given to Zabrak males. Its original meaning was lost over time. (GCG)

Ra Yasht
a Kalkal academic who, along with Skarten, wrote the paper Torture Observed: An Interview With Jabba's Cook. This work brought both of them instant tenure at Beshka University, much to the chagrin of P'tan. (TJP)

Ra, Vonnda
a Nightsister who was trained in the use of the Dark Side of the Force away from Dathomir, she returned to recruit Light Side witches to join her at the Shadow Academy for training. She had set up camp in the Great Canyon when Luke Skywalker and Tenel Ka returned to Dathomir. She failed to bring Tenel Ka into the Academy's ranks, and returned to the station after recruiting many other Singing Mountain Clan sisters. Later, during the attack on Kashyyyk, she assisted Zekk in stealing large amounts of starship components before attacking Jacen Solo, Tenel Ka, Lowbacca, and Sirrakuk. In a struggle with Sirra, the two fell into a syren plant. The other three youths managed to rescue Sirra, but Vonnda Ra was caught and eaten by the syren. (SA, DK)

this was the datafile that contained C-3PO's debriefing after the Darker was discovered on the planet Arbra, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. (PH)

this was a model of fifth-degree primary programming, low-intelligence labor droid produced by Arakyd for the Empire. They became known as "Death Star Droids" because huge numbers of RA-7 units were ordered as part of the droid pool for the first Death Star. Humanoid in shape, with insectile plating, they are commonly used by nobles and high-ranking officials. Despite the lack of capability, as exploited by Arakyd's competitors, the RA-7 nonetheless met every specification of the Empire, and was produced in huge numbers for the Empire. The reason for this was simple: many RA-7s were order by the Imperial Security Bureau, and reprogrammed to act as spies to keep records on the activities of Imperial bureaucrats and dignitaries. The droid's normally-sealed internal components led many to believe that they couldn't be tampered with, until hidden cameras and surveillance comlinks were discovered to be hidden within their shells. (CCG2, EGD, SWDB, AEG)

this young, female Wookiee was a friend of Sirrakuk. Known to her friends as Raaba, she was enamored of Lowbacca, Sirra's brother. When Lowie chose to pursue his own rite of passage, he gave Raaba several ideas on how to prove herself. When Lowie later joined the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4, Raaba believed that the only way she was going to get off Kashyyyk and into the spacers' school she wanted to attend was to perform her own rite of passage. Both Raaba and Sirra dreamed of making a name for themselves as pilots, although Raaba wanted to be an explorer rather than a pilot, charting new hyperspace routes. She and Sirra agreed to leave secretly and return home as adults, but Raaba took off into the lower jungles by herself. She hoped this show of bravery would win Lowie's heart. Raaba was not seen again, and only her bloody backpack was ever found. Lowie carried a secret burden over her disappearance, feeling somewhat responsible. It was later learned that she was captured by forces of the Second Imperium and the Diversity Alliance, and she used her talents as a pilot for Nolaa Tarkona. When she discovered that Tarkona was infected with one of Evir Derricote's viruses, Raaba took the Twi'lek on a blind hyperspace jump and disappeared. Raaba then landed on a remote world and quarantined them, in hopes that the virus never spread to the rest of the galaxy. (DK, TEP)

Raad Hak
this Mon Calamari held the rank of Major within the Alliance, and served as Oracle Base's chief deck officer. Raad was extremely efficient, and demanded that every incoming and outgoing ship and pilot meet with him in order to confirm their presence. Despite the Alliance's employment of smugglers and other fringe elements, Raad disliked them and treated them with the minimum of decorum. (FBS)

this was one of the more common Kel Dor surnames. Its meaning translated into Basic as "fire warden". (GCG)

this was a Yuuzhan Vong word for a small, poisonous creature. It was also used to scathingly describe any member of a lower caste. (DN1)

it was believed that Granta Omega fled to this planet, after his defeat on Mawan. (WOTC)

Raas, Cha
this nefarious agent of the Imperial Security Bureau was an apprentice of Babel Torsh, and was known to hate everyone and everything, including his own mentor. Raas was also a master of disguise, using a variety of identities insinuate himself into a situation without any being aware of his true being. He spent much of his career working with Torsh on Adarlon, trying to locate and eliminate the source of illegal holo-vids being produced by and for the Alliance. (WSV)

this was the traditional Socorran liquor, brewed from the zsajhira berries which grew near caches of water in the Doaba Badlands. The berries were fermented in a mixture made from purified water from the planet Neftali. The recipe for raava was originally developed by shamen of the Ibhaan'I tribe and was eventually entrusted to the Ethra Brewery, and was a heavily guarded secret. When presented to another Socorran, along with the gold hoop Socorran men wear in their ear, it demands that the receiver provide any assistance they can to the bearer. (SWJ8, BSS)

see Rawwk (DN1)

Raazor S'ovah
this Herglic was noted in the history of the planet Giju. (UANT)

Rab Po
this name, which meant "round belly", was common among Gungan males. (GCG)

this ancient Corellian explorer supposedly rejected the typical Corellian life of a spacer and chose to remain on a planet. Of course, this history is questionable, since it is known that one of Rabaan's planetary expeditions settled the planet Rabaan (named for him) in the Ishanna System. (SWJ9)

this planet is the fourth world in the Ishanna System. It has a single moon known as the Combat Moon, on which the humans of Rabaan and the S'krrr have settled their differences in armed combat. A temperate world, Rabaan was settled by a group of Corellian explorers some 7,300 years before the Galactic Civil War. It was named for the expedition's leader. They thought the system was devoid of life, until they discovered the S'krrr living on the third planet in the system. The average day on Rabaan lasts 27 standard hours, and its year encompasses 375 local days. (SWJ9)

this is the name given to the human inhabitants of the planet Rabaan. They have a fairly rigid caste system which glorifies warriors. The warrior caste is highly regarded, due mainly to the fact that the strongest Rabaanite warrior is sent to the Combat Moon to battle the strongest S'krrr whenever a dispute between the two races arises. This combat was initiated about 1,000 years after the planet Rabaan was colonized, and continued through the reign of Emperor Palpatine. The Rabaanites frown on public displays of affection, especially among couples who have not been Promised to each other. Upper-eschelon Rabaanite warriors are awarded a red bandoleer. The best of these warriors is awarded a sunburst sigil which is attached to the bandoleer. The best of the combat artists is chosen to represent Rabaan in Combat. (SWJ9)

this was a species of tiny, burrowing creature. (SBS)

this man served the navy of the Galactic Alliance aboard the Admiral Ackbar as a tactical communications officer, acting on the orders of General Nek Bwua'tu during the blockade of the Murgo Choke, about a year after the Qoribu Crisis. (DN2)

one of the security officers who worked aboard the Kuari Princess during the Galactic Civil War. (TFE)

this Sullustan served as an Admiral in the New Republic Navy, having trained under Sien Sovv. (SBS)

Rabbit's Foot
this was the N-class freighter, a modified WUD-5000, owned by Jaxxon. The ship was refitted with a pair of quadlaser cannons and two ion cannons for weaponry, along with improved hull plating and shields. Jaxon first purchased the ship on Nar Shaddaa, but even after refitting it was a troublesome ship to operate. Mechanical problems forced Jaxxon to land on the planet Aduba-3, where he was stranded until he could scrounge up replacement parts. It was on Aduba-3 that Jaxxon met Han Solo and Amaiza, and helped them defeat Serji-X Arrogantus. He and Amaiza then teamed up to make several smuggling runs with the Rabbit's Foot before being jumped by Valance's goons. They raced Valance to Aduba-3, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, but the Rabbit's Foot was shot down in a brief firefight over the planet. (MC16, SWDB, GMR4)

this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this young Naboo woman served as one of Queen Amidala's loyal handmaidens. Like the other handmaidens, Rabe' was chosen by Captain Panaka for her strength, loyalty, and resemblance to Amidala. Rabe's main skills were in weapons and persuasion, and she was also very good with makeup. It was Rabe' who was often responsible for the elaborate hairstylings worn by the Queen. When young Anakin Skywalker came to say goodbye to Padme' on Coruscant, it was Rabe' who allowed him in to see Queen Amidala. (SW1, JQA, IS1, VD1, SON)

this alien race was known for its gluttonous banquets and dinners. (POT)

Rabid Mynocks
a swoop gang that patrolled the city of Gallisport, on Shesharile 5, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. They were probably the most powerful of the swoop gangs in Gallisport, and they were the only gang established to protect the city rather that destroy it. The Mynocks were constantly at odds with the Spiders and the Raging Banthas. At one point, both rival gangs joined forces to eliminate the Mynocks, but the attempt was unsuccessful. (SWJ6)

Rabid Nek Dog
this modified YT-1300 freighter was a smuggling vessel that was active during the early years of the New Order. After a mutiny aboard the ship deposed her strict captain and his mate, the Rabid Nek Dog was placed in the command of Syv Bullnumull. (GORW)

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

according to Ewok legend, this nature spirit coud take on the forms of different animals, complete with their characteristics. (GCG)

this brown, tan, and white-striped Ewok was a member of Chief Chirpa's tribe, although Rabin was something of a loner. Known for his skills in taming the wild animals of Endor, Rabin was also a proficient hunter and thief. (CCG10)

this green-skinned humanoid, a native of the planet Solem, worked as a shoemaker in the city of G'ai Solem during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War. Boba Fett tracked him down, during his search for Yolan Bren. Rabutz panicked, and inadvertently led the bounty hunter to the rebels' hideout. (SWES)

Race Bond
this was a form of script that was developed by Motta the Hutt, many millennia before the Battle of Yavin. These digital certifications, despite their origins, were redeemable throughout the galaxy for their purchase value, usually without any form of identification. (KOTOR)

Race Wing
this was the name used to describe the lightweight gliders created on the planet Coruscant to race around the garbage pits used to eliminate the cityworld's waste. In garbage pit racing, the racer used their race wings to glide down into the garbage pits, using small maneivering jets to change direction. These small jets provided the only source of onboard propulsion, however. The idea behind garbage pit racing was to use the repulsor and tractor fields, used to expel trash modules into orbit, to provide lift. (CCW, RP)

Racer's Edge
this cantina was located near the Mos Espa Arena, and catered to the thousands of beings who travelled to Tatooine to watch the podraces during the last years of the Old Republic. (E1A6)

any fast starship used in racing events. (CS)

Raceway Line
this spur of the Umgul City monorail commutubes links the Katsu Line with the blob arenas. (JASB)

this special apparatus was used by thrill-seekers on Coruscant during garbage pit races. The race wings were formed from a special, lightweight frame to which a racer was strapped. Small jet engines were mounted on the tips of the wings, and a thin membrane covered the frames to provide resistance. Once strapped in, the racer would out into the air and actually fly. With tiny servomotors, the wings could be drawn in or spread out to enhance maneuverability, and the engines provided lift whenever a breeze was unavailable. An optical cup was available, providing realtime status data to the racer. (RP)

Rachalt Hyst
this female Snivvian was known to have betrayed her loved ones, only to have her treachery discovered. Her surviving relatives stranded her on the desert world fo Tatooine and left her to die. Distraught over her own failures, Rachal Hyst spent most of her life in a stupor at the Mos Eisley cantina. (CCG12)

this female Ugnaught worked as a medical technician for the Grand Army of the Republic, during the height of the Clone Wars. She was stationed on the planet Drongar, at the Rimsoo Twelve medical hospital, when she discovered that historical data on the development of the bota plant revealed that it was losing its potency as a medical wonder-drug. Mutation was inevitable on Drongar, but the hope had been that bota was more resistant. (MJH)

this Twi'lek worked for Shala the Hutt on Courkrus as a demolitions expert. Like most Twi'leks, Rach'talik had been secretly plotting to get rid of his master and take control of his enterprises. When Shala demanded that Rach'talik set up a trap for the "avenging Jedi" that was terrorizing Vlarnya, Rach'talik saw a chance to remove two obstacles from his path. Unfortunately for Rach'talik, the "avenging Jedi" was Corran Horn, who recognized the trap for it's potential and managed to escape. (IJ)

this tree, native to the planet Orellon II, was known for its strong, tightly-grained wood. The Kentra used rachtorwood branches to create clubs and staves. (SWJ2)

primary planet in the Rachuk System. (XWN)

Rachuk Roseola
a skin inflammation caused by a virus found in the Rachuk System, this form of roseola infects nearly every visitor to Vladet, unless they are properly vaccinated prior to arrival. (XWN)

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 "happy". (GCG)

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 "laughing". (GCG)

Racto, Lannik
this small-time criminal worked on the planet Coruscant during the early years of the New Republic. He made a good - though illegal - living selling illegal assassin droids, which were built in a hidden facility on Nar Shaddaa. His operations were infiltrated by Jaden Korr some ten years after the Battle of Endor, and Racto was brought in for questioning. His factory on Nar Shaddaa was destroyed by New Republic forces shortly afterward. (JKA)

Radama Void
this vast area of open space was located on the spinward edge of the galaxy. (GORW)

this was a species of vicious, clawed creature native to the homeworld of the Yuuzhan Vong. (SBS)

meaning "twirling", this name was common among Gungan females. (GCG)

Radd Hardwikk
this male Clantaani was a known associate of Longo Two-Guns during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The Mos Eisley security force issued a bounty for his capture in connection with a riot that occurred after patrons of a local podrace purchased exploding chubas. He was also implicated in the distribution of illegal communication tools. The bounty was eventually claimed by Jango Fett, who was on Tatooine trying to arrange a meeting with Jabba. (BH)

Raddadugh Fluttercraft
this was a form of glider that was developed and produced by the Appazanna Engineering Works of Kashyyyk. The full name of this vehicle was the Raddadugh Gnasp ornithopter, named for a vicious predator native to the moon Alaris Prime. Measuring seven meters in length, this vehicle was primarily designed for search-and-rescue missions, although they saw more military duty during the Clone Wars. These craft were often armed with a rear-mounted laser cannon, which limited them to the fringe of a battlefield if not in use as a reconnaissance craft. (X3, SWDB, WOTC)

Raddadugh Gnasp
this vicious, insectoid creature was native to the moon Alaris Prime. (SWDB)

Raddadugh Gnasp Ornithopter
see Raddadugh Fluttercraft (SWDB)

this large, reptilian creature was hunted for its thick hide, which was used to create protective vests and jackets. (VD2)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

Radeen, Tori
this woman lived deep within the back alleys of Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the New Order. Despite her humble surroundings, Radeen was known among the bounty hunters and assassins of the galaxy as one of the foremost sources of deadly poisons. (SWGAL)

this Duros smuggler was a friend of Fenig Nabon. Both Fenig and Radek were involved in a barroom brawl at the Black Dust Tavern, on Socorro, shortly after the Battle of Endor. They exchanged blows, more to keep the spirit of the event than anything else. (GMR2)

Radell Central
this city, located north of Elrooden on Elrood's largest continent, was the headquarters of Radell Mining Corporation. (PG3)

Radell Mining Corporation
a mining operation that worked almost exclusively in the Elrood Sector. Their headquarters was located on Elrood, and they owned many planets in the sector, including Halbara. During the Galactic Civil War, Radell was the primary economic force in the sector, and spent most of its time fending off the advances of Imperial Mining Limited. To this end, Radell began employing scouts and explorers to seek out more worlds to mine. (PG3, OE)

this is the second-largest moon of the planet Algara II. It supports a small mining community. (PG2)

Raders, Ram
this man served the Old Republic navy as a Corporal aboard the Ranger, during the height of the Clone Wars. When the Ranger was boarded by Separatist battle droids, during the fight for control of the planet Praesitlyn, Corporal Raders was among the guards who accompanied Jedi Master Nejaa Halcyon to engage them before they could take control of the ship. Both Raders and his partner, Private Vick, were later chosen to serve as Halcyon's personal guards, after the Republic's forces were able to land on Praesitlyn. Upon landing on Praesitlyn, both Raders and Vick signed up for scout duty, preferring the action to sitting around waiting for the battle to start. After returning to base with Odie Subu and Erk H'Arman in tow, Raders and Vick were then allowed to sit in the command center with Halcyon and his leaders, Anakin Skywalker and Zozridor Slayke, to devise a new plan to defeat the Separatists. They were surprised and eager when Skywalker chose them as the point men for his daring mission to rescue the hostages at the Intergalactic Communications Center. (JT)

Radi, Kennis
this Chandrilan youth served as the junior Chancellor in the Legislative Youth Program's roleplaying of the vote on the Military Creation Act, during the months leading up to the actual vote in the Galactic Senate. (HNN5)

this passenger liner made a regular trip between Corellia and Coruscant, during the early years of the New Order. Han Solo and Bria Tharen used it to flee Corellia after Han's past was discovered by Bria's mother and brother. (TPS)

Radiant Splendor
this aging Barzo freighter was in a poor state of disrepair when it was acquired in a game of dice by Kelna Toodo, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. When Toodo investigated its holds, he found a worthless mixture of cloth and holocubes before uncovering a caged Corellian sand panther. His plans to sell the ship for scrap were dashed, and Toodo had to figure out a way to get rid of the sand panther without getting into trouble. After he was ordered by Beeda the Hutt to eliminate a group of meddlers, Kelna figured he could strand them inside the Radiant Splendor and have the sand panther kill them. He could then kill the sand panther on the grounds of self-defense and be done with it. With the help of Lyt Re, Toodo managed to "lose" the Radiant Splendor to the meddlers in a sabacc match. Kelna's plan also worked to perfection. However, the meddlers managed to get the sand panther back in its cage, and jettisoned Kelna in an escape pod. They took the Radiant Splendor to the nearest system and turned it over to the authorities. (WOA35)

Radiant VII
this consular ship served the Old Republic for 34 years before transporting Qiu-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi to Naboo, for their negotiations with the Trade Federation Viceroy Nute Gunray. The ship delivered the Jedi on time, but was ordered destroyed by Darth Sidious. The ship, along with her crew of 8, were reduced to smoldering cinders by the Federation's automated defense systems. A beautiful Corellian Engineering Corporation Republic Cruiser, the Radiant VII measured 115 meters in length. Its forward section resembled that of the later Corellian Gunship, while its aft section was dominated by three Dyne 577 radial atomizing sublight engines. Being a purely diplomatic vessel, as noted by its red coloration, the ship had no weaponry, but did have 9 escape pods to handle its maximum of sixteen passengers. (SW1, X1)

this tattooed man was the leader of a swoop gang that terrorized the city of Tel Bollin, on the planet Endregaad, during the early years of the New Order. Radigan and his gang were known as tempest addicts, and the drug was at the center of their vicious raids on non-humans and those afflicted with the Endregaad Plague. (TF)

Radion Modulator
this spherical device was used as a musical instrument. (VD)

an outmoded form of communication which uses modulated, low-frequency electromagnetic radiation waves to send data. It was constrained by the speed of light, and could not transcend the hyperspace boundary. Although obsolete, it is still used for low-cost planetary transmissions. (AC)

this planet, located within the garbage-filled Abraxas System, was itself covered with layers of discarded mining equipment and other industrial scrap. (T5)

this Imperial officer was one of the troops guarding the Empire's garrison on Zelos II, shortly after the Battle of Endor. A Sergeant, he was killed when Platt Okeefe and Tru'eb Cholakk stormed the garrison in an effort to rescue Dirk Harkness. (TFNR)

this root of this vegetable was often ground up and used as a chewable for of tobacco. (BF2)

this planet was the homeworld of the Radnoran people. (JQ1)

this alien race was native to the planet Radnor. The average Radnoran was humanoid is stature, with a short, stocky body. Most Radnorans hated open spaces, preferring to live in cities instead. (JQ1)

manufacturers of racing and sublight engines. (TPM)

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