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this religion was one of many practiced on the frontier world of Aduba-3, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. It was considered by many historians as the founding religion on the planet, and was controlled by the Verpine known as Pera during the years following the Battle of Yavin.
this was the title used by the Underpriests who served Teroenza on Ylesia.
this man served the Alliance as a starfighter pilot, and was a member of Red Squadron during the Battle of Yavin.
this thick-skinned worm was bioengineered by the Yuuzhan Vong to serve as a way to transport liquids. Small sacworms were grown in the shape of cups, for use as drinking vessels.
this four-legged creature was native to the plains of Ansion. It was one of the many creatures which had been domesticated by the Alwari Ansionians, for used as a pack animal. Unlike the huge suubatars, the sadain were built for endurance and strength instead of speed. This was further pointed out by the long, flared ears of the sadain, which were filled with a vast network of blood vessels to help dissipate body heat.
this woman represented her homeworld of Herdessa to the Galactic Senate, during the final years of the Old Republic. She was also one of the many Senators who signed the Petition of the Two Thousand. In the wake of the Clone Wars and the establishment of the New Order, Senator Sadashassa was among the sixty-three Senators who were arrested for allegedly supporting the so-called Jedi Rebellion.
this was one of the more common names used by Trandoshan hunters. Like most Trandoshan names, it was reserved for males, but could be adopted by those rare females who became hunters. In the Trandoshan language, the name meant "butchers his enemies slowly".
one of the Emperor Palpatine's closest friends, and a member of the reborn Emperor's Dark Side Adepts. He soon realized that the Emperor's continual rebirth through the use of clones was not what it seemed to be. Along with Nefta, Sa-Di formulated a plan to destroy all of the Emperor's clones and trap his Dark Side energies in the netherworld forever. Following the reborn Emperor's death on Byss, both Sa-Di and Nefta began destroying the clone vats. Before they could finish the job, however, they were both killed by Sedriss. Unknown to both of them at the time, Palpatine had already entered a new clone body.
the Abyssin bartender of the Jungle Lust, when Han Solo visited Bran Kemple there.
this Aplocaph was constantly cleaning his skin, keeping it gleaming in case he makes "that one, crucial meeting." Saduu was on board the Kuari Princess when it was attacked by the Riders of the Maelstrom.
this species of tree is native to the planet Gacerian. They can grow to incredible sizes, with twelve-meter diameters and up to 100 meters in height. Their root systems reach deep into the planet's crust, and allow the s'ae to respond to the planet's seismic activity. The s'ae trees can detect even slight geological shifts that are undetectable by many races. The s'ae trees have the unique ability to resonate to the pitch and vibration of the earth beneath them, and are known as singing trees by the Gacerites.
this man was one of the many militiamen who served under Captain Zherron, ostensible protecting the Khoonda Plains area of Dantooine during the years following the Jedi Civil War. Saedhe, however, was one of Zherron's most trusted officers, and was in charge of ensuring that the surveillance equipment hidden in the Khoonda atmospheric sensors was not discovered. His efforts went for naught when his duplicity was discovered by The Exile.
this Yarkora was known as an antiquities dealer who roamed the Unknown Regions during the early days of the New Order. He traveled the area in his modified DeepWater freighter, the Lost Reef, and had mapped out a considerable portion of the Unknown Regions before he ran afoul of Admiral Thrawn. Thrawn was interested in a group of statues Saell-Terae had acquired, hoping to learn something about their creators in order to subjugate them. Saell-Terae refused to part with the statues, but was forced to leave the Lost Reef behind in his flight. The ship later showed up, empty and adrift, near Elrood. Saell-Terae managed to escape Thrawn, and vowed to recover his ship no matter what the cost or who he had to kill.
this male Yarkora posed as an alien artifacts trader at Jabba the Hutt's palace, although no one really knew what his intentions were. He often associated with the B'omarr Monks, and many believed that Saelt-Marae was an assumed name. While at Jabba's palace, Saelt-Marae made a living as an inside informant, providing secrets about the activities of the palace's denizens to Jabba himself. After Jabba's death, Saelt-Marae stole a sizable portion of Jabba's computer records and fled the sector.
a Coway swear word known to Halla, it has something to do with a person's parentage. Halla tells Luke that it's a Coway word meaning "quit," used when two combatant are fighting to determine Canu's decision on a dispute. The battle is decided when one combatant dies or quits. She says this in hopes that Luke would use it if he was near to defeat, to momentarily disengage his assailant and gain the upper hand.
this Iktotchi Jedi Master was born on the moon of Iktotch, where he learned to fly a variety of starships. Over time, after discovering his ability with the Force and being trained as a Jedi under the tutelage of Master Omo Bouri, Tiin could instinctively fly virtually any craft. He was known in the Old Republic military as an excellent dogfighter, but was also something of a loner who preferred solitary contemplation over crowded meetings. Saesee Tiin was also one of the few Jedi Masters who never took a Padawan to train. Saesee Tiin served on the Jedi Council at the time when Qui-Gon Jinn petitioned to have Anakin Skywalker trained as a Jedi, and was known on the Coucil for his foresight and his ability to foresee the future. After the Battle of Naboo, Master Tiin was able to recover Darth Maul's Sith Infiltrator from Naboo, and spent many hours examining its unusual systems. During the height of the Clone Wars, it was Master Tiin who encouraged Anakin to continue the development of a personalized Delta-7 Aethersprite fighter, despite Obi-Wan Kenobi's concern that Anakin viewed the ship as a possession. Master Tiin, however, was hoping that Anakin's innate ability to repair, modify, and improve technology would result in new improvements to the Delta-7 that might give the Jedi an edge in the battle. As the fighting ground on, Master Tiin was appointed the primary liaison between the Jedi Council and the Freedom's Sons organization. Tiin was paired with Anakin Skywalker again near the end of the Clone Wars, when they accompanied Plo Koon to Rendili to ensure that the planet's fleet of Dreadnaughts was not turned over to the Separatists. Their orders to secure the fleet or destroy it, a stance that led the crew of the Mersel Kebir to mutiny and attempt to remain at Rendili. When Master Koon was taken hostage, Master Tiin was forced to act to destroy the fleet. Anakin then proposed a desparate plan to disable the Dreadnaughts without bloodshed, and Master Tiin was unsure how to proceed. The appearance of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos allowed him to give Anakin his chance. Young Skywalker's plan succeeded, and the Jedi were able to put an end to the siege over Rendili. As the Clone Wars began to wind down after the First Battle of Coruscant, Master Tiin was among the group of Jedi Masters who accompanied Mace Windu to arrest Chancellor Palpatine, after it was learned that he had finally been revealed as Darth Sidious. However, the Jedi were unprepared for Palpatine's powers, and Saesee Tiin was quickly beheaded during the fighting, leaving Mace Windu to face Palpatine alone.
(SW1, IG1, OWS, SWDB, RDR, IS3, E3N)
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.
Safari One Squadron
this group of Alliance soldiers was seasoned during the Battle of Hoth, and assisted in the recovery of an Imperial I2-CG droid on Goratak III, after it intercepted data on the starship manufacturing plant on Tar Morden.
this is the name of a hollowed-out asteroid maintained by a group of former Old Republic scouts. Located in an unknown asteroid belt and purposely erased from government records, Safe Home provides a place for indepedent scouts to stay in between missions. A group of pirates which plied the space surrounding the asteroid has convinced the scouts that the Empire is still in power and is looking for them as criminals, thereby keeping the scouts near to Safe Home. The pirates then use the scouts as hired muscle, claiming that a juicy civilian target is actually an Imperial ship in disguise.
this box was designed to hold explosives for transport.
this form of sensor alarm was available in several different models. Type I SafeScreens were basic devices used to protect homes. Type VII SafeScreens were used by royalty and corporations to guard their riches and research.
a large, round basket that can be lifted by a sling or moved in a tractor beam. It is used to quickly transport cargo or people from one starship to the next while docked at a spaceport or other location within a safe atmosphere. The cage is constructed so that its contents will not fall out.
Safety Inspection Certification
this Imperial document was one of a number of documents required from any spacer who plied the spacelanes during the New Order. The procedures for obtaining the certification were documented in the Spacer's Information Manual. Known as an SIC, this document provided information on the space-worthiness of the starship it was issued to.
an alien race.
this art form predated the Empire, reaching its height between 1550-2200 years prior to the New Order. The artworm changed subtly after the Saffa made contact with the Thennqora.
this Corporate Sector world was the headquarters of Binring Biomedical Product. It remained neutral during the end of the Galactic Civil War, although Binring was staunchly loyal to the Empire.
the owner and pilot of the freighter Night Havoc. At the age of 17, she ran away with her brother, Willi, to explore the galaxy.They worked on various starships until they could earn enough credits for a downpayment on a ship of their own. They finally were able to purchase the Night Havoc, but the two have been unable to completely make ends meet. They have incurred large debts, which they try to pay off as salvagers. Kara is an excellent salvager, and worked primarily near Korbin. She is upbeat, proud of her accomplishments, and full of enthusiasm.
Kara Saffch's kid brother, Willi was a technical genius, and served as the co-pilot of the Night Havoc. He was a tall youth, with a bald head adorned with a topknot of hair.
this was a noted individual in the history of the Murachaun race.
this was one of the eight luxurious casinos found aboard the Coral Vanda.
this weapons manufacturer was subcontracted by the Empire to develop high-powered blasters. Unfortunately, the prototypes that were created by Safidine researchers were stolen by Devidia Vennsiol and Dorbus Kyrullus. Although Kyrullus was captured, and many of the weapons recovered, Vennsiol remained free. Safidine issued an Imperial bounty for her capture, in the hopes of recovering the prototypes before they were obtained by another manufacturer.
this male Rodian was the leader of a group of pirates that targetted New Republic convoys and ambushed them. Pendon's pirates then forced the crews of the ships to surrender before taking possession of the ships and their cargoes. The Rodian maintained a base on the cold world of Seltaya, hidden within the cave systems that exist naturally below the icy surface. He maintained a modest, though effective, fleet of ships, led by the Corvette Safonne's Sword.
this modified CR90 Corellian Corvette was the flagship of Safonne Pendon's pirate fleet. Its armament was upgraded to include six turret-mounted double-turbolaser cannons. The Rodian also upgraded the ship's drive systems and shields.
an Askajian dish, often served jelled.
this is a species of swift-footed predator native to the planet Aleen.
this woman was a Naboo expatriate who roamed the galaxy as a hired gun. Originally born on Alderaan, Vana left home at fifteen and worked for a number of bounty hunters before she ended up on Naboo. There, she joined the Royal Security Force, but was frustrated with the pacifism and naivete' of the Naboo military. After being rebuffed in her request for additional military build-up, Vana left the RSF and struck out on her own as a mercenary for hire. She flew in a starship she named the Guardian Mantis, and was soon employed by the Trade Federation as a bounty hunter. She was known to have captured the Feeorin pirate Nym, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. When the Federation blockaded Naboo, Vana began to question whether her alliance with the Federation was going to work out in her favor. She eventually returned to legitimate service with the Naboo Royal Security Force.
(OWS, SFT, STF, CRBN, JSF)
this branch of COMPNOR brought education to the billions of forgotten youths of the Old Republic. Through SAGEducation, COMPNOR gained a great deal of public support.
this plant produces flowers which have gracefully-curving petals.
this naval attack pattern involved sending a group of starfighters at a specific target in parade flight formation. This formation allowed the fighters to overlap their shields for added protection. Shortly after the fighters are launched, a series of proton torpedoes is launched along their attack vector. Shortly before impacting the target, the starfighters break their parade formation and spread out like the petals of a saggery flower, curving away from the target as the proton torpedoes slam into it. The split-second timing requires the starfighters to attack in parade formation, allowing them to conserve shield energy until they break off. The additional power can then be used to prevent any collateral damage from the proton torpedo strikes.
this modified Strike-class cruiser was part of the Alliance's fleet, during the height of the Galactic Civil War.
this planet was the site of a great battle during the Galactic Civil War. Ganig and Stecker were participants in the battle, and their heroics were the fodder of Imperial propaganda for a short time, until they were suspected of sympathizing with the Alliance.
this branch of COMPNOR was created to provide wholesome activities for all SAGroup members. Wegsphere was created as part of SAGRecreation, while other parts of SAGRec are specially designed to harden youths to harsh conditions for future assignments in the Imperial armed forces.
one of the two moons orbitting the planet Ergeshui.
see Sub-Adult Group
an Alliance shuttle group destroyed during the Galactic Civil War.
this wealthy family owned much of the property in the H-46 quadrant of Coruscant's Galactic City, during the last decades of the Old Republic. For this reason, the quadrant became known as Sah'c Town.
this was the name given to the deep channel that cut through Coruscant's Sah'c District, during the final decades of the Old Republic. The Sah'c Canyon was rimmed with skyscrapers, and plummeted several hundred stories toward the actual surface of Coruscant. The depth and width of the Canyon allowed a large part of Coruscant's air traffic to move through the Canyon on a regular basis.
see Sah'c Town
this was the colloquial name of quadrant H-46 of Coruscan't Galactic City, popular during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was named for the family which owned most of its buildings.
this planet, the homeworld of the Saheelindeeli race, was located in the Tion Hegemony. Like many others in the Hegemony, Saheelindeel was a backward world trying to play catch-up with the technological growth of the rest of the galaxy. The planet was overrun during the Yuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy.
the ape-like aliens native to the planet Saheelindeel, the Saheelindeeli were a race of green-furred humanoids. They had a limited technology, and were just starting to move ahead toward automation during the early years of the New Order. The Saheelindeeli had a matriarchal society, based primarily on agriculture and raching. Descended from a species of primates, the Saheelindeeli were equally at ease walking on two feet or moving about on all-fours when necessary. Saheelindeeli were known for their adaptivity, and craved companionship. Individuals bonded and made friends with others quite rapidly, a trait that often seemed childish to other races. As a people, the Saheelindeeli were also quite fond of daring or bold gestures, especially if they involved death-defying actions by other beings.
this was the native language of the Saheelindeeli race. To other races, it seemed to ba a lyrical composition made up of high-pitched chattering and deep-toned purring.
this was the Orfite word for their tribal groups. Each sahh controlled a vast section of jungle on the planet Kidron.
this was the primary port city of the planet Jenenma. Much of the city's population was made up of Duros who worked in the starshipwrights which filled The Blinders district.
this stunning female was a pirate worked with Larken aboard the Pillage, during the height of the New Order. Sahr, Larken, and their partners, Druug and Bak, once tried to attack the lowly freighter known as Kizbon's Box. They were unaware that it was actually an Interceptor-class Helix freighter, more than well-enough armed to handle the pirates. Two of Larken's ships were destroyed before he and Sahr were forced to surrender. She later revealed that she was in love with the owner of the Kizbon's Box, and had joined Larken's group in order to exact revenge.
this Imperial Admiral served under Moff Nile Owen, and commanded the Star Destroyer Impending Doom during the height of the Galactic Civil War.
this Dug was a member of Sebolto's gang during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Sahrunba and his younger brothers, Nahrunba and Jahrunba, 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.
this was an Old Corellian term meaning "the promised land" or "the place of wise fools." It was ysed in conversations where your opinion differed from someone else's, and they wanted to indicate that you were not going to get your way.
this was the term used by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic to describe a Force-assisted jump, employed to evade an attack on the legs during lightsaber combat.
this was one of the many "marks of contact" defined by the Jedi Masters of the Old Republic. Derived from the ancient words for "separate" and "head", sai cha meant the beheading of one's opponent. The use of sai cha was restricted to those points in battle when the situation was deadly serious or threatening, or when an opponent was considered too dangerous to engage in prolonged struggle.
this was the more dangerous of the "marks of contact" defined by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic, both for the Jedi and for their opponent. Literally, sai tok meant the bisection of an opponent's body. This was considered a form of butchery by many Jedi Masters, and represented a Sith-like desire to utterly destroy an opponent. It was to be used on in the most extreme situations, and required a Jedi to meditate on the necessity of avoiding it in the future.
this Cerean bounty hunter and assassin was active during the last years of the Old Republic. Although he was a skilled hunter, Kannu had grown tied of killing, and hated much of the tedium involved with his line of work. At one point in his career, Kannu had been forced to kill a Jedi Knight, an act that he was neither proud of nor wished to repeat. After a job on Rodia, Kannu had briefly considered giving up his career as an assassin, having finally tired of the killing. He arrived on Cularin to meet a contact about a possible job in the wake of the deaths of twelve Jedi Knights, all of whom had been killed in recent days. Much to his dismay, he had been contacted by a wealthy human who needed his skills as an assassin. His mood brightened slightly when he learned that he was to put his skills to use in protecting eleven key Cularin figures from being killed; Kannu had been hired to stop other assassins. These individuals had been working to keep the Cularin System free, and had become targets of certain unscrupulous organizations. He eagerly took the job, vowing to keep his work secret from the eleven unsuspecting targets.
this B'omarr monk befriended Han Solo while the smuggler was held in Jabba the Hutt's palace, shortly after being released from his carbonite block by Princess Leia. Sai'da considered himself a historian, and longed for information about the outside world, especially the Galactic Civil War.
this was one of the many names given to female Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "wealthy" - or, more precisely, bejewled."
this Bothan female was one of the New Republic Intelligence agents sent to meet Major Showolter aboard the Queen of Empire, during the transfer of the Yuuzhan Vong priestess Elan to Coruscant. She had been working on Ord Mantell before being assigned to the mission. The mission was compromised by a source internal to the New Republic, and the Peace Brigade infiltrated the ship. Two members of the Peace Brigade contacted Showolter before Saiga and her partner, Jode Tee, and posed as the NRI agents. Jode and Saiga arrived just after the false agents, and a firefight broke out. Both Jode Tee and Saiga Bre'lya were shot and killed in the struggle.
this planet was once the site of an Alliance base, during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War. It was here that the Tofs made their final stand against the New Republic, shortly after the Battle of Endor. Despite Imperial backing from Lumiya, the Tofs were defeated.
(NEGC, MC93, MC107)
this was a form of huge, repulsorlift pleasurecraft which could be used over water, sand, or any relatively flat surface. Their repulsorlifts could move them along at speeds of 100 kilometers an hour, with a maxmimum ceiling of 10 meters. One of the most popular sail barges was produced by Ubrikkian Industries during the New Order, and was made even morepopular because Jabba the Hutt bought one for his personal use while on Tatooine. At thirty meters in length, the Ubrikkian barge required a crew of 26 to fly, and could handle up to 500 passengers and 2,000 metric tons of cargo. It was armed with a single heavy blast cannon. A sail barge was the preferred mode of transportation used by the Hutts, since it allowed them to transport their huge bulk in comfort, while they ware surrounded by their retinues. Jabba's sail barge, known as the Khetanna, was destroyed when Luke Skywalker and Han Solo escaped from the Sarlacc pit. Bogga the Hutt had a spaceworthy sail barge that he used to travel through the Stenness system.
(ROTJ, TOJ, SWSB, NEGV)
this was a form of transport vessel that was produced by the Mon Calamari shipyards during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy.
this union was formed on the planet Lamaredd, when several beings of non-human origins discovered that they were an invaluable part of Hugo Bartyn's illicit seafood business. Bartyn himself was a pro-human bigot, but couldn't discount the fact that many of the Mon Calamari and Quarren he imported to Lamaredd were exceptionally skilled mechanics and technicians. When these technicians realized that they were the only reason much of Bartyn's ocean-going fleet was still operational, they decided to form a bloc and demand a larger portion of the profits. Their ranks were augmented by the hanful of non-human ship captains working for Bartyn, and the Sailors' Union was founded when Sirrik Olyeg joined their group. She organied work stoppages and managed to channel the anger of the non-humans toward Bartyn himself. The base of operations for the Union was moved to the settlement of Farsands, on Jotsen's Island, and the Union remained a powerful force for many centuries on Lamaredd. Over time, the Union began accepting human members, despite its origins as a protest against the human treatment of aliens on Lamaredd. Centuries after its formation, the Sailors' Union found itself at the center of a whirlwind, after the predations of Hugo Bartyn were revealed to the population of Bartyn's Landing. When Guther Bartyn ceded control of Bartyn Gourmet Delicacies, control of the operation was passed to the Sailors' Union.
this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population.
Sai'Torr Kal Fas
this female Saurin was the bodyguard of her cousin, the Saurin droid trader Hrchek Kal Fas. She was an accomplished warrior, and has been willing to teach battle skills to those who prove themselves worthy.
this was the Dradan word for "food."
this was a common name among the Chev race.
this was a noted figure in the history of the Anx race.
this lizard-like being maintained a curio shop on Treasure Ship Row, and was supposedly the contact Grand Admiral Thrawn had for getting into Black Sun. He used Haber Trell to contact Sajsh, who was supposed to handle a "cargo" for Borbor Crisk. Sajsh was from an unknown species, and had a three-forked tongue. He referred to his right hand as his "killhand."
this frozen ball of rock was the fifth and outermost planet in the Colavas System. It was orbited by a single moon.
this Imperial Moff was in control of Thuris Sector during the Galactic Civil War.
this Yuuzhan Vong warrior was stationed aboard the Baanu Miir during the invasion of the known galaxy. Sakanga Shai was one of the oldest Yuuzhan Vong onboard the ship, nad had a mummy-like pallor to his skin and scars.
this woman was a merchant on the planet Onderon, some fifteen years after the Great Sith War.
this man lived and worked on the planet Onderon, during the years following the Jedi Civil War, although many of his neighbors were unaware that he was the Exchange's primary representative on the planet.
this Noghri, a member of the Tlakh'sar clan, served as one of Leia Organa-Solo's bodyguards on her trip to the Bothan homeworld of Bothawui, during her investigation of the Bothan financial situation during the Caamas Incident. He also traveled with the Solos to Pakrik Major and Minor, during their attempted vacation at the height of the build-up of ships near Bothawui.
this was another name for the planet Sakiya.
this aging, red star was orbited by the planet Saki, which was also known as Sakiya.
this man served as the Presider of Vannix, up until the point when Coruscant fell to the Yuuzhan Vong. Upon hearing of the loss of Coruscant, Presider Sakins looted the planetary treasury and took his aides, his family, and his mistress and fled the planet. Sakins' departure left Vannix without a leader and virtually bankrupt.
this was the code phrase used to recall TIE Fighters to their base in Revos, on Storinal. It was the name of the bunker controller's daughter.
this planet was the homeworld of the Sakiyan race. Note that this planet is name Saki in the Alien Anthology. Sakiya was a tropical world, located near the center of Hutt Space. Much of its landmass was covered with jungles and marshes, but it also had open stretches of savannah and hardwood forests, giving it a much nicer appearance than other humid worlds. It was orbited by a single, large moon, and the interaction of this moon with Sakiya's own gravity produced regular tides and helped evenly distribute the seasonal variations.
(E1A5, ANT, MBS)
a race of humanoids native to the planet Sakiya, Sakiyans were characterized by their deep, dark skin color and their huge crania. While black, purple, and red skin colors were mst prevelant, a pale-skinned subspecies was also known to exist. They also have pointed ears, giving them an almost devil-like appearance. Most Sakiyans have the ability to see into the infrared spectrum, and have keen senses. They are known for their skills as hunters, and have been sought out for employment as trackers and assassins. During much of the Old Republic, there was considerable debate on the classification of Sakiyans as near-human or alien. Imperial scientists firmly established them as alien, but could only cite the differences in the brain structure of the Sakiyans as the basis for their decision. Over the millennia of their civlization, the Sakiyans have resisted or survived invasions, from the ancient Sith to the Drackmarians. This made them wary and suspicious of the galactic community. The musculature and ligament-attachment angles of the Sakiyan body gave them incredible strength and agility, making a Sakiyan about half again as strong as a comparable human.
(CCG, CCG9, E1A5, ANT, UANT, MBS)
this was the name given to the native language of the Sakiyan people.
a game played with a specialized deck of electronic cards. The object was build the strongest hand, in terms of rank. The highest rank was a perfect pyramid with clusters.
this Shyriiwook word was used as the prefix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "lightning", "storm", or "thunder", and could be combined with one or more suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name.
this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population.
this was one of the most common surnames found among the human population of Corellia.
this Yuuzhan Vong male was one of the many subalterns who lived on Zonama Sekot, during the years following the Galactic Alliance's defeat of the Yuuzhan Vong. Sal Ghator was one of the many Yuuzhan Vong who lived in La'okio, although he found it hard to adjust to the communal aspect of the settlement. Ghator was often caught stealing food from the communal gardens, claiming that his caste had been cursed by the gods and could not grow their own.
this Kathol Republic senator from Pitann was a political rival of Sho'ban Do. He was outspokenly against the use of gladiator droids for entertainment. Olbeg, like Do, was a near-human, but was genetically engineered for life on Dayark. His nostrils were capable of closing at will, his feet were extremely wide, and his fingered had webbing between them. Olbeg was particularly helpful to the crew of the FarStar, who were stranded on Dayark after being mistaken for the Lance of Endor. He helped them expose Do's plans to build an army of gladiator droids for use against his political rivals.
this was the name of a noted Pa'lowick.
this city was located on the eastern continent of the planet Bothawui.
a native of Corellia, Randil married into the Solo family when he wed Tiion Solo. The union resulted in the birth of a son, Thrackan, but Randil died about a year after his birth.
Sal, Tiion Gama
this was the name of Thrackan Sal-Solo's mother, according to the eBook Ylesia, contradicting the name provided in The Paradise Snare.
one of the survivors of the Battle of Hoth, Sala Natu was evacuated on the Bright Hope. Natu was a cold-weather survival specialist, and was chosen to be one of the leaders of the group which jettisoned from the transport in one of the remaining escape pods.
this man, a native of the planet Bestine, was a member of the New Republic Navy. As a Captain, he served as the commanding officer aboard the Allegiance, when it was dispatched to support the diplomatic mission to Adumar. He had recently gained this promotion from a position aboard the Battle Dog.