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Zantay Hills
this collection of low mountains was located near Kibo Lake, on the planet Ord Cestus. They were found just below the Yal-Noy peak in the Dashta Mountains, and benefitted from the snowmelt each spring. This runoff gave the Zantay area an abundant water supply, allowing the settlers there to have some of the greenest lands on all of Ord Cestus. Many of the planet's independent farmers lived in the Zantay area, growing primarily fungus and other hardy plants. (TCD)

Zanti, Nim
this woman was the chief representative of Ororo Transportation at Vergesso Base, a coveted position because of its proximity to the corporation's headquarters. A stern woman, Zanti was known to become the "mother" to the operational staff workign for her, and her approach helped her increased unit productivity by ten percent during her tenure. She was a practical woman, but had few moral scruples to stop her from getting her way. She was sympathetic to the Alliance because her director told her to be. (SPG)

this was a common name among the Temolak race. (UANT)

this Veknoid Jedi Master was known for his love of food. He was one of the many Jedi who decided not to work on specific missions for the Jedi Council, but instead traveled the galaxy at the will and whim of the Force. Because of this, Master Zao ended up as the head chef for the Aqualish crimelord Gorto Zaga, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. In this way, Master Zao was on the planet Kiffex when Quinlan Vos and Master Tholme arrived on the planet to investigate the re-awakening of Volfe Karkko. It was Master Zao who convinced Quinlan Vos to let the Force be his guide, and simply move about the galaxy at the command of the Force. During the Clone Wars, Master Zao moved about the Outer Rim, and was believed to have been killed until Master Tholme found him on Saleucami. As the struggle against the Separatists ground on, Master Zao was one of many Jedi who openly questioned the need to continue the war. The Jedi Order, he explained to Tholme, was charged with serving the Force. Zao agreed that the Jedi Order was sworn to uphold the principles of the Old Republic, but feared that the Republic itself no longer held to the old ideals. He continued to use food analogies to describe his position, often questioning Tholme about the state of the galaxy by serving him food and asking about the taste. Depending on Tholme's response, Master Zao would then ask him if the food had changed, or the taster. In this way, Zao questioned whether or not the Jedi Order, the Republic, and the galaxy were changing in fundamental ways. (DRKN, OWS, ROP, RT, RSOS)

Zapalo, Graf
this man, a native of the planet Naboo, served on Queen Amidala's Advisory Council as the minister of sciences. (IG1)

Zapes Orn
this was the name of a noted Clawdite individual in the history of the planet Zolan. (UANT)

Zaprid's Caravan
this group of freighters and star yachts travels throughout the backwater worlds of the Tion Hegemony. Akin to a galactic circus, Zaprid's is most famous for its ability to separate unwitting peasants and hustlers from their credits. During the period of the New Order, they were also adept at steering clear of Imperial space. (GG6)

this Dug pirate was one of the many members of his species who worked for the crimelord Sebolto during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. Zap'Ulga also dabbled in the poaching of nexu for a variety of uses, many of them less than humane. A bounty for his capture was issued by Senator Ask Aak, in connection with raids of several Old Republic freighters which were transporting supplies to Malastare. Jango Fett later claimed this bounty during his attempt to locate Sebolto on Malastare. (BH)

Zar Braan
this was the name of a noted Yevetha individual. (UANT)

Zar, Fang
this grizzled, old man represented his homeworld of Sern Prime as a Senator to the Old Republic during the Clone Wars. He was distinguished by his long, gray beard and his natty hair, which was collected in a topknot that was common among the males of the Sern Sector of the galaxy. An outspoken supporter of the Old Republic, Senator Zar maintained residences on Coruscant and Ghorman, as well as his homeworld. When the planet Duro fell to the Separatists, Fang Zar was among the first to support the actions of Corellia in retreating to defend its own borders, despite the public and political outcry at the loss of such a visible member of the Republic. Many believed that it was Zar's personal friendship with Senator Garm Bel Iblis that decided his loyalty, rather than political necessity. Senator Zar later became part of a small group that supported Bail Organa's pettion to ensure Chancellor Palpatine relinquished the unprecedented control he had been given during the Clone Wars. Unfortunately, Fang Zar was among the first Senators to be arrested for their part in the Petition, after Palpatine instituted the New Order and assumed the position of Emperor. Senator Zar was eventually released, but fled to Alderaan where he received political asylum. (OWS, E3, SWI75, LEV, E3N, SWDB)

this planet was the site of Eloinie Petro-Munitions' corporate headquarters. (GG10)

this was a common name among the Temolak race. (UANT)

a tall, female human, Zardra has long dark hair. She carries a force pike and wears a flowing cloak. She is often recognized by the perfume she wears, which is an exotic Togorian belladonna. She is an exceptional bounty hunter, taking great pride and obtaining greater satisfaction from the hunt. She often worked with Jodo Kast and Puggles Trodd. Just before the Battle of Yavin, Zardra angered Jabba the Hutt when she killed Mageye the Hutt on Taboon. She interferred with the Thig Brothers, who were transporting stolen Imperial weapons for Jabba. Jabba, in turn, hired Gorm the Dissolver to hunt her down. She escaped, and reappeared when Captain Parlan offered the bounty for Adar Tallon. She joined Jodo Kast and Puggles Trodd again, but failed to reach Tallon before the Alliance could. She managed to survive the firefight on Tatooine, but she was blamed by many Imperials as the reason the mission to capture Tallon failed.Several factions even sent bounty hunters after her. Although she continued to work for Imperial commissions, she distrusted them at every turn. This distrust turned into hatred when her informant turned on her. The informant sold information to the Alliance, and she was captured by the agent she was pursuing. She was placed aboard the Celestial for transport to a penal colony, but was lost in Otherspace with the rest of her fellow convicts. Driven mad by the Charon red mist aboard the Desolate, Zardra survived a firefight with Alliance agents trying to rescue the crew of the Celestial. She escaped the mist and made her way bad to the Alliance agents' ship, where she helped them escape the Charon and flee back to realspace. (TM, TME, OS)

this high-ranking Yuuzhan Vong Prefect was one of many individuals singled out by Nom Anor for discrediting, during Anor's plans to gain power as Yu'shaa, the Prophet of the Jedi Heresy. Zareb was the leader of the Yuuzhan Vong forced which held the Numesh Sector of Coruscant, which had been reformed into a simulacrum of Yuuzhan'tar. Acolytes of the religion were infiltrated into Zareb's household, where they were trained to speak against him in the event of his capture. Then, when the evidence seemed insurmountable, the Priestess Ngaaluh presented Zareb to Supreme Overlord Shimrra as a traitor. However, the acolytes who were placed in Zareb's home were later interrogated by Shimra himself, and revealed to the Supreme Overlord that it was Ngaaluh herself who placed them there. (FH3)

Zarfane, Jodd
this man was a native of the planet Anaxes, and was the last of a long line of distinguished officers in the galaxy's armed forces. A lifelong member of the Imperial armed forces, he held the rank of General at his death, which came at the hands of a Yuuzhan Vong warrior. The Yuuzhan Vong then made contact with the New Republic, posing as Zarfane and offering the New Republic his assistance in staging attacks on the Yuuzhan Vong. His cover was blown when the New Republic delegation discovered that all of Zarfane's droid servants had been eliminated, and all other forms of technology had been removed from his estate. (CCW)

this female Rodian was a bounty hunter employed by Clezo of Black Sun. She was dispatched by Clezo after word was received that Marka Durn had discovered the lost treasure of Celis Mott, but Zarfeen was too late to recover the treasure. (IA)

this was a race of short, small amphibious beings resembling humanoid frogs. They are quite comical in appearance. (POC)

Zaric Sector
an area of the galaxy. (PP)

Zarkis System
a planetary system which houses a large, black-market weapons operation. (RPG)

this was a common name among the Kilmaulsi race. (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 powerful shaman stole fire from the sun and gave it to the Ewoks. (GCG)

this Ewok was Logray's first apprentice, many years before the Battle of Endor. Zarrak turned to the dark arts of magic, and was later banished from Bright Tree Village entirely. (SWDB)

a planet. (PG1)

this Force-sensitive Cerean woman turned to a life of crime after her sister, Anoura, was killed on a routine assignment for Elwis Bontraar. Zascha vowed to avenge Anoura's death, and kidnapped Jennalyn Bontraar during the last years of the Old Republic. In order to ensure her success, Zascha demanded that Jennalyn be exchanged for two million credits aboard the Masquerade, then told the Hutts that the freelance agents who were dispatched to rescue Jennalyn Bontraar were actually the kidnappers, hoping to disrupt the exchange long enough to exact her revenge. Her plans fell through, however, when the agents were able to defeat her Gamorrean bodyguards. Never one to fight, Zascha fled the Masquerade and went into hiding, plotting a new form of revenge for Elwis Bontraar. (WOA22)

this free-born Chev served the Alliance as a Lieutenant in the Special Forces division. Zast was the coordinator of base operations for the Nishr Taskforce, serving under Major Fisk Csino at Nishr Base Seven. (ROE)

this lanky being was the grand vizier of the planet Tammuz-an during the early years of the Empire. He tried to steal the throne from Mon Julpa by taking away the prince's memory, then dumped the prince on the planet Tyne's Horky. To ensure that Mon Julpa never returned, Zatec-Cha employed IG-88 to guard against Mon Julpa's return. However, the droid was unable to prevent Jann Tosh and Jess Meade from discovering Mon Julpa's identity and returning him to Tammuz-an. Zatec-Cha then ordered the assassin droid to steal Mon Julpa's royal scepter, which identified him as the rightful ruler of the planet. IG-88 succeeded in this effort, and also managed to capture Mon Julpa, Zolag, and Jess Meade. (DCAR)

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

this gas giant was the fifth planet in the Zug System, orbiting just outside the asteroid belt known as the Coins of Gauha. It was orbited by at least 47 known moons. (PH)

this planet, covered with oceans of liquid methane, was the second worlds in the Zug System. (PH)

Zavict, Abram
this man was an independent trader who had befriended the Balinaka artist Vornest Dep-thesel Digarsarg several thousand years ago. After witnessing the wondrous effects of the artist's sculptures, Zavict decided to sell them to the galaxy in general. After securing the Balinaka's agreement, Zavict founded Galactic Crystal Creations to sell Garnib Crystals on other worlds. (PG1)

Zavlabar's Gentes Grill
this Ugnaught establishment was located in Ugnorgrad, on the floating facility known as the Ugnaught Surface, during the early years of the New Republic. It was believed to be the only Ugnaught restaurant that drew its clientele more from Bespin than from Gentes. The Grill was located in a building that once housed a luxury hotel and an ufflor's mansion. (PH)

Zavod, Nikk
this dashing man convinced the woman who was later known as Mala Mala to join him in a search for the Wookiee, Chewbacca. Mala Mala was taken by Zavod's handsome face and smooth personality, while Zavod simply wanted to steal her starship. After Mala Mala agreed to join him in the search, Zavod asked her to check out a problem with the ship's thrusters, claiming that there were Corellian limpets in the nacelles. When Mala Mala went to investigate, Zavod ignited the engines. Mala Mala was severely burned, and Zavod left her for dead. (C)

this Hutt, a member of the Besadii clan, controlled the spice and slave production on Ylesia. It was Zavval who chose the t'landa Til to orchestrate the setting of a religious colony, choosing his close associate Teroenza to become the High Preist. He was constantly at odds with Jabba and Jiliac, who supplied him with raw spice for processing. He discovered, after Han Solo was attacked by pirates, that Jabba and Jiliac were waylaying transport ships laden with processed spice. Posing as pirates, Jiliac's henchmen would steal the processed spice, obtaining sellable product at virtually no cost. This made Zavval angry, and he issued an ultimatum to Jiliac via a message conveyed by Han to Nal Hutta. This only enraged Jiliac, but Han was allowed to return to Ylesia. Later, during Han's escape, Zavval happened to be in Teroenza's palace when Bria and Han were stealing the t'landa Til's treasures. A firefight ensued, during which Han and Bria escaped. Zavval, however, was caught under a pile of rubble when the ceiling of the museum collapsed after his repulsorsled crashed into a support column. Zavval was crushed beneath the stone and killed. A bounty was put on Han's head for the death of Zavval. (TPS)

this Hutt worked in the Lower City of the planet Taris, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, matching bounties to prospective hunters. (KOTOR)

this was a name that was common among the Sanyassan race. (UANT)

this being was believed to be the only person in the galaxy who knew the history of the borcatu species. Zazu also knew how to eliminate them. (COG)

this was Commander Zalin Bey's personal authorization code, issued to her as required by the Senate Guard. (RHD)

this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates commanded by Admiral Zaarin, and later destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this was the designation of the datafile maintained by the computer system known as Mnemos, containing information on Luke Skywalker. It was one of the few datafiles located in the computer's memory banks which contained false or misleading data, as it named Luke's father as Tan Skywalker. (LAT1)

Zchtek Worlds
this group of planets, located in the galaxy's Mid Rim, comprised the homeworlds of the Jin race. (SWJ10)

an Imperial modular container group captured during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this was a model of luxury liner produced on Corellia during the last years of the New Order. It measured 500 meters in length, and could accommodate 2,200 passengers and 20,000 metric tons of cargo. The ship's crew included 350 officers and deckhands. (PP)

this shellfish was native to several Outer Rim worlds. Its flesh was considered a delicacy by many chefs, as it was light and tender when cooked. However, zdrinbagh had to be shipped alive in order to maintain their freshness. This was often a dangerous proposition, since the zdrinbagh were also deadly predators. Most restaurants that served zdrinbagh maintained a staff of droid chefs, then used stun grenades to immobilize the zdrinbagh. The droids would then kill the creatures and begin preparing them for cooking. An average specimen stood just under a half-meter in height, and moved about on four spindly legs. These creatures also had four arms, each of which ended in a sharp claw. (SWJ11)

this surname was common among the Sullustan race, and meant "plasteel crafter" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

this plump, humanoid youth attended the Leadership School on Andara, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Distinguished by close-set green eyes and a pair of thick ponytails, Ze was a scholarship student who never fit in with the more elitist students of the School. He enjoyed racing swoops, and his independent nature led him into a friendship with Gillam Tarturi. Ze joined Gillam's band of mercenary students as a communications expert, devising ways in which the small group could maintain contact during their missions. When Gillam's plan to fake his own death and blame it on his father was exposed by Anakin Skywalker and his Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ze, Gillam, and the entire team were expelled from the Leadership School and transported to Coruscant for questioning. (JQ5)

Zealots of Psusan
this pseudo-religion sprang up among the nouveau riche of the Old Republic, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was led for many years by Scri Oscuro, until he was captured by Kalyn Farnmir and Cian Shee. (IWE2, SWDB)

this independent scout, who was based out of Ryloth, was not adverse to using droids to assist in his work. He was known to have added tracking SkillWare, an automap, and a sensor package to a Guardian-class droid, and used the automaton as a scouting assistant. (SWJ14)

this was a common name among the Filordi race. (UANT)

Zebitrope IV
this planet was the primary world in the Zebitrope System, and was infamously known as the primary source of lesai. Many smugglers who completed the Kessel Run made their first stopover on this world, where they picked up cargoes of lesai to smuggle across the galaxy. (LCF, GMR5)

Zebitrope System
this system which contained the planet Zebitrobe IV. (LCF)

Zeboran Delta
this was a city-area located on the planet Shador. This might be an error in the adventure Scoundrels' Luck, since it is referred to as Zeboran Gamma for the rest of the adventure. (SL)

Zeboran Gamma
this was a city-area located on the planet Shador. (SL)

this is a Hyrotii short-range starfighter is armed with a pair of laser cannons. (RM, EGV)

Zebra-class Starfighter
this starfighter was used by the Qektoth Confederacy. It was based on the Hyrotii Zebra starfighter, and was armed with a bio-plasmatic gel launcher. (KR)

Zebron Tadro
this was a distinguished Miraluka individual in the history of Alpheridies. (UANT)

Zebulon Dak Speeder Corporation
manufacturers of the the galaxy's faster landspeeders, this corporation was founded by Zebulon Dak during the early years of the New Order. (DCAR)

Zebulon-B Frigate
this large starship was designed and manufactured by Kuat Drive Yards during the last years of the New Order. Note that this could simply be a typographical error, and the author really meant Nebulon-B. (HM)

Zed Droid
see 501-Z (AEG)

Zed, Akal
this Imperial Navy Captain commanded the Star Destroyer Stalker, and was assigned to Elrood Sector with Tanda Pryl and the Thunderflare to assist Moff Andal in eliminating piracy and rebellious natives. A big, hulking man, Zed was easily distinguished by his bald head and thick neck, and his face was formed into a perpetual scowl. Before his service in Elrood Sector, he was generally regarded as the hero of the Battle of Fleyars IV. During the battle, he took command of the Seswennan Nightcloak after his Captain had been fatally wounded. To call Captain Zed a cold-hearted disciplinarian was an understatement, and his adherence and devotion to the New Order bordered on fanaticism. After being stationed in Elrood Sector, Captain Zed found himself paired with Captain Pryl, whom he considered a spoiled, weak, incompetent officer. (OE, PG3)

Zee Ethda
this well-armored bounty hunter worked for Grappa the Hutt. A large, skeletal humanoid with a mouthful of sharp fangs, Ethda was dispatched by Grappa to recover Tarrant Snil, but was unable to secure the customs officer before the Imperial Interim Ruling Council issued a security alert in the wake of the assassination of Councilman Burr Nolyds. Grappa fed Ethda to his pet rancor for the failure to capture Snil. (CE2)

Ken's pet mooka. (LCJ)

this knobby-boned herbivore was native to the planet Yvara. Each zeebuck had four legs and three eyes, with a cinnamon-brown pelt and unusual sacs whch grow down the sides of their necks. These sacs were used to store food and nutrients during grazing, for later digestion. They were constantly moving in herds, looking for more food to eat. The Yvarema often tamed a herd of zeebuck in order to harvest the food sacs for their nutritional value. (KR)

Zeeda Throwing Knife
this well-balanced blade was one of the traditional Ubese hunting weapons. (AIR)

Zee-gee Table
this recreational game is popular among Corellian spacers. (OS)

Zeela Nall
this striking woman was a member of Orma Hundeen's rebel underground, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Zeela was distinguished by her black hair and green-yellow eyes. She posed as one of the Quetzal Sisters to help Leia Organa recover a valuable holocube on Elerion, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (T15)

Zeelo Fas
this Rodian was one of the many Alliance supporters who lived on the planet Ralltiir during the height of the New Order. (CCW)

Zeemacht Cluster
this area of the galaxy experienced a great deal of political strife, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. The Jedi Knights were asked to mediate the disputes. (PJSB)

Zeen Afit
this craggy old smuggler took Han Solo on his first trip through the Smuggler's Run. He was one of the many smugglers who joined up to support Red Hand Squadron and the Alliance during the Battle of Ylesia, and was one of the few who actually got paid for it. Afit inhabited the Run after the Hutts left, and eventually went to work for Nandreeson. When Solo returned to the Run to investigate the death of Jarril, Afit and his confederates - including Kid DXo'la, Sinewy Ana Blue, and Wynni - feigned friendship with him to lure him to Nandreeson. During Solo's rescue of Lando Calrissian from the Glottalphib crimelord, Afit was killed in the firefight at Nandreeson's pond on Skip 6. (TNR, RD)

this was a common name among the Saheelindeeli race. (GORW)

this huge, giraffe-like beast is native to the plains of the planet Naboo. (GF)

this Coynite curse literally translated to "fear." (PG3)

Zeeto's Third-Hand Space Transports
this minor starship reseller specialized in the restoration and resale of large freighters and smaller transports. (WOTC)

this was one of the primary races that evolved on the planet Ord Cestus. Unlike the insectoid X'Ting race and the Spider People, the Zeetsa resembled swollen balls of a bluish substance. No arms or legs were immediately visible on their body, nor was their and evidence of a head. The skin of a Zeetsa wsa translucent, allowing a network of blue veins and internal organs to be seen beneath its surface. The flesh of the Zeetsa was unusual in that it could adjust its shape to mimic its surroundings, allowing a Zeetsa individual to attain the appearance of another being for a short period of time. This allowed Zeetsa to integrate with the X'Ting. In the early history of the planet, the X'Ting depended on the Zeetsa to produce the fluid known as Lifemilk. The Lifemilk sustained the X'Ting, which produced food for the Zeetsa. Over time, many Zeetsa became willful and stubborn, and chose to separate themselved from their relationship with the X'Ting. Many individuals chose to remain, however, ensuring that the two races were forever lined to one another. (HIV)

this was the name of the duuvhal which was kept as a pet by Valara Saar. She brought Zeev with her when she left Yashuvhu with the crew of the Pathfinder III, but Zeev was killed on the planet Aargau. It was often said that Zeev was the only specimen of duuvhal ever seen by the galaxy at large, due to the remote location of Yashuvhu. (WOTC)

Zef Ando
this Rodian worked for the Empire as a spy, snooping around in the vicinity of the Lars homestead on Tatooine, during the months following the Battle of Yavin. He was ordered to ensure that no one tampered with the homestead, and his mission was protected by Darth Vader himself, in an effort to uncover clues about the current locations of R2-D2 and C-3PO. (SWGAL)

the fourth planet orbiting Markbee's Star, it is the homeworld a race of leaf-like creatures. (CS)

the name given to the leaf-like aliens antive to Zeffliffl. These communal creatures live in masses floating in the planet's shallow southern oceans. They collect water in sacs for use when they are away from their native seas. They expel the way in a short geyser, thoroughly wetting themselves to avoid dessication. (CS)

this city was the capital of the planet Melida/Daan. It was founded a millennium before the rise to power of Emperor Palpatine, but its borders were continually being redefinde during the civil war between the Melida and the Daan. There are records of more than twenty-one separate battles between the Melida and the Daan, dating back more than sixty years before the Battle of Naboo. The Tenth Battle of Zehava was considered the bloodiest war fought for control of the city. Shortly afterward, the city was divived into northern and southern regions, with the Daan controlling the northern-half the city and the Melida, the southern half. During the Eighteenth Battle, the Daan used the tunnels and drains under the city to secret gain access to Melida-held areas. Shortly before the Twenty-fifth Battle, Daan and Melida divided the city into sectors, and even lived side-by-side for a short time. (DOD)

this planet is the homeworld of the ZeHethbra species. (TTSB)

a race characterized by their black-and-white-striped mane, the ZeHethbra are tall humanoids which have at least 80 distinct cultural, racial, and ethnic groups. This variety of cultures came about because of the varied ecosystems found on the their homeworld of ZeHeth. Northern groups tend to be brown or red in color, while southern groups tends toward blue-white fur. All ZeHethbra have the black-and-white mane, which begins at the bridge of their nose and travels over their head and down to the small of their back. Females have wider stripes than males, and males tend to have branches of fur running out from the main stripe. As a people, the ZeHethbra were known for their short tempers and moody temperments, but were also fiercely loyal to their families and clans. (TLC, UANT)

this was the native language of the ZeHethbra race, which was characterized by its snarls, shrieks, chitters, and growls. (UANT)

Zehr Sea
this was an ocean found on the planet Delassin VI. (SWJ6)

Zeison Sha
this was an ancient philosophy of the Force, distinguished from that of the Jedi Knights and the Sith in its training methods and beliefs. The origins of the Zeison Sha can be traced back to the initial stages of the Light and Darkness War, some 2,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. A group of families who were fleeing the conflict between the Jedi and the Sith established a colony on Yanibar. Many of the members of these families had ties to the Jedi Order - more than a few were also quite sensitive to the Force - and so they fled into the Outer Rim to avoid becoming the targets of Sith attacks. A group of Jedi accompanied the families to Yanibar, but was later killed in battle, leaving the families stranded. News of their deaths never reached the families, because their flight had been kept secret. So, the families took this to mean that the Jedi Order had abandoned them, and they set out to commune with the Force in other ways. Surviving the harsh environment of Yanibar gave the Zeison Sha a strong will to survive, and they tapped into the Force to assist in ensuring the survival of the colony. Over the centuries, the Zeison Sha philosophy coalesced around the ideals of self-reliance and independence. Among the skills of the Zeison Sha were weapons skills designed for defense and for acquiring food. One of the most distinctive weapons of the Zeison Sha was the discblade, a weapon that could be thrown at a creature and would return to its thrower. The return was partly due to the discblade's shape, and partly to the Zeison Sha's own telekinetic skills. There were several times in the history of the Zeison Sha that the struggle for independence and self-sufficiency led an individual to become selfish, and many Zeison Sha were lost to the Dark Side of the Force. After the Battle of Ruusan, a passing trader discovered the colony on Yanibar, and the Zeison Sha decided to revisit their former ties to the Jedi Order. When the Jedi began taking their children - often without permission - for training as Padawans, the Zeison Sha again chose to reject the ways of the Jedi and returned to Yanibar. This self-imposed isolation allowed the Zeison Sha to survive the Jedi Purge. (SWI68, HG)

this spotted grass was native to the plains of Ansion. (APS)

Zeka Quartz
this gemstone was mined on the planet Qiilura during the last decades of the Old Republic. (RCHC)

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

this young native of Ennth fled the planet following a natural disaster that devastated his colony. He escaped in a supply ship fleeing the planet, on which the captain tried to get him into an orphanage. Zekk fled this ship, and a few others, before he ended up on Peckhum's ship. Peckhum had taken Zekk in and cared for him, seeing Zekk's natural independence as a mirror of his own youth. The two finally stopped on Coruscant. There, he found refuge in the cityworld's subterranean environs. Later, he was befriended by Jaina and Jacen Solo. He is a wiry youth with black hair and striking green eyes. It was Tamith Kai, scouring the underground levels of Coruscant, who discovered that Zekk had a large amount of Force sensitivity. He was brought to the Shadow Academy for training, and was taken under Brakiss's wing. Zekk's power grew swiftly, and so did the rivaly between he and Vilas, Tamith Kai's apprentice. The two were pitted against each other in a battle to the death for the position of Darkest Knight. Both Tamith Kai and Brakiss believed that the rivalry between the two would divide the Academy. In the battle, Zekk managed to dispatch Vilas. This victory made Zekk the Darkest Knight of the Shadow Academy, a positioon bestowed upon him by Brakiss,much to Tamith Kai's dismay. As the Darkest Knight, Zekk was given command of the assault team sent to Kashyyyk to steal starship components for the Second Imperium's own ships. They infiltrated the planet holo-disguised as Wookiees, and successfully obtained a large amount of starship shielding and navigational equipment. When he suddenly found that his Imperial masters were defeated, Zekk tried to return to the Light Side of the Force, but found himself unable to concentrate and accomplish his goals. He fled Yavin 4 and returned to Ennth, only to discover the planet in the throes of is worse devastation in recent record. He helped evacuate as many people as he could, but he still felt out of place. After the evacuation, he let himself drift through the Force, and decided to become a bounty hunter. He accepted the challenge of capturing Bornan Thul, hoping to use the little control he had of the Force to track him down before anyone could harm him. Like many others, he failed to find the Alderaanian, but was welcomed back into the fold of friends on Yavin 4. He later helped Raynar Thul search out Bornan, and rejoined the Jedi Academy. He continually worked to avoid the Dark Side, and actually used the Force to win the 93rd annual Blockade Runners Derby. After attaining the rank of Jedi Knight, Zekk was one of many individuals who were forced into battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. During the final stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong, after the living planet Zonama Sekot agreed to help bring about an end to the conflict, Zekk was one of several Jedi Knights were bonded to seed-partners and provided with Sekotan starships. Five years later, when UnuThul sent out his call for help, Zekk was among seven young Jedi who dropped whatever mission they were currently on and traveled to the Unknown Regions to answer the call. However, he questioned the Jedi's continued involvement with the Colony, since he was unable to fully comprehend if the conflict between the Kind and the Chiss was actually upsetting the balance of the Force. Because of his joining with the Unu hive, Zekk found himself suddenly sharing emotions with Jaina Solo, and the pair realized that there was a deep level of attraction between them. Although nothing came of their pairing following the Dance of Union, they discovered that their relationship had been moved to a much deeper level than ever before. (LO, L, DK, SHA, TEP, ROM, UF, DN1)

Zekka Thyne
this near-human was known as Patches to the agents of the Corellian Security Force, for his pinkish colored skin was covered with blue splotches of color. He had red eyes with black, diamond-shaped pupils, pointed ears, and pointed, black teeth. Zekka Thyne was imprisoned at Kessel by Corran Horn and his father, Hal. There were rumors that Zekka Thyne was the heir-apparent to Prince Xizor's Black Sun empire, and that he had murdered a number of high-ranking Black Sun rivals to help pave that path. His imprisonment on Kessel, followed by Xizor's death just before the Battle of Endor, left Thyne without many possibilities. However, when Wedge Antilles and the New Republic began searching for a way to infiltrate Coruscant, they chose to release Thyne from Kessel and allow him to reactivate his old Black Sun contacts on the planet. Thyne was supposed to be under the watchful eye of Fliry Vorru, but he still managed to make contact with the Empire on Coruscant. He continually relayed information on the Rogues' activities until he was discovered by Corran Horn and Inyri Forge, his former lover and spice cutter. In Corran's attempt to escape, Inyri shot Thyne dead. (WG, TFE)

this alien race was native to the planet Zekulae. (DOH)

this planet was the homeworld of the Zeku race. (DOH)

this man was one of the leaders of the Freedom movement, serivng Malinza Thanas during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. When Malinza escaped from jail, with the help of Jaina Solo, it was Zel's hot temper that led him to accuse Jaina of betraying them. Only when a homing bacon was found sewn into the waistband of Malinza's pants did Zel relent. Unfortunately, Zel was shot and killed by the Bakuran police when the location of the Stack was revealed. The police raided the Stack, and Zel was shot while fleeing. (FH2)

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

this backwater planet was a haven for all sorts of criminals during the early years of the New Order. (DCAR)

this female Ishi Tib and her friend, Lyari, were among the many independent spacers who became Joiners during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. It was Zelara who confronted Luke Skywalker when he arrived in the Unknown Regions in search of seven yougn Jedi who had joined the Colony, after the Ishi Tib sensed his presence in the Force. (DN1)

this barren ball of rock was the second planet in the Zel System. It was orbited by three moons. (PH)

this was a slender, lop-horned her animal that was native to the planet Dagro. The farmers of the planet managed to domesticate zeles for use as pack animals. (SWI76)

this imperial pilot served with Soontir Fel int he 37th Imperial Fighter Wing during the Reslian Purge. (MBF)

Zel'iphian Slave Traders
this group of slavers, led by Ith'ril Eventide, was based in the Dantooine System during the height of the New Order. (SWGAL)

this rotund alien, the Ambassador of the planet Majoor during the last years of the Old Republic, was one of C-3PO's owners before the droid was owned by Jord Dusat and Thall Joben. Ambassador Zell acquired the droids after they left the service of Lonn Idd and his children, Vik and Nikki, to serve as tutors and companions for his son Llez. However, he was unaware that his constant absence had turned Llez' attention to more devious pursuits. When Zell set out on a diplomatic mission to Armath, he found himself being pursued by the noted space pirate, Reddjak. Unknown to Zell, Llez had run away from home to set Reddjak free and join his pirate band. As Reddjak's forces closed in, Zell ordered his own security officers to turn the table on the pirate and board the attacking ship. Llez had realized that Reddjak wasn't a worthy hero, and helped his father bring the pirate to justice. It was then that Zell revealed he had once been a Space Ranger, earning more of Llez' admiration. In the wake of the incident, Zell resolved to spend more time with his son, and sent the droids back to the Intergalactic Droid Agency for reassignment. (MDCAR, NEGC)

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