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Domain Zun-qin
this Yuuzhan Vong domain was known for its Shapers. (EVR)

Domaz
this city was the capital of the planet Kolatill. (DARK)

Domb Treetor
this Skakoan military officer served as a Major in the Separatist armed forces, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. Before accepting the military posting, Treetor had been an Approprations Chief with the Techno Union. Despite an excellent army of droids, Major Treetor was defeated at the Battle of Bassadro by Jedi Master Empatojayos Brand and his clone troopers. Treetor had been hoping to hold Bassadro's mineral wealth for the Confederacy of Independent Systems, but was forced to surrender to Brand and turn the planet's resources back over to the Old Republic. When news of the surrender was made public, the Separatists made sure that reporters understood that Treetor's surrender was done in order to ensure the survival of the civilians of Agao and its surrounding villages. (SWI65, SWI66)

Dom-Bradden
this was the homeworld of the Afytechan race. A contingent of Imperial stormtroopers were stationed there, awaiting pickup by the Eye of Palpatine, but they were lost like most of their contemporaries. (COJ)

Dome of the Mother Jungle
a vital part of every Ithorian herdship, this chamber dominated the lower section of the ship, and was protected by a transparisteel dome. Within the dome was contained a piece of the Ithorian jungle, lovingly maintained by the Ithorians who traveled aboard the herdship. (GA)

Domed City
see Aquarius (GDV)

Domeet, Senn Riip
this man was a member of The Flail, and infiltrated himself into the work crews on Coruscant in order to gain access to Chancellor Valorum. Shortly before the Battle of Naboo, Domeet tried to sabotage the construction of a repulsorlift platform which was erected in front of the Chancellor's office, in preparation for a speech. He was captured by a group of freelance security officers who had been brought in to mitigate the influx of tourists who had come to hear Valorum's speech, and the bomb he had placed on the platform was defused. (SWRPG)

Domeso, Korvit
this man served as the Drame Editor of the HoloNet newsfeeds that originated on the planet Coruscant, during the last years of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

Dometown
an underground city that was built by Lando Calrissian and a group of investors on Coruscant, Dometown was designed to provide a tranquil place to live for the beings who worked in the hectic city above. However, the populace of Coruscant never warmed up to the idea, and the operation went bankrupt. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, the New Republic Defense Force began fortifying Dometown, hoping to use it as a refuge for the leadership of the New Republic. It was believed that they could survive an invasion of Coruscant within its walls, but some members of the Defense Force felt that the work on Dometown undermined the efforts of the New Republic to remain positive in the face of incredible destruction. (AC, JE)

Domgrin System
Booster Terrik and Talon Karrde made plans to travel to this star system, some eighteen years after the Battle of Endor, to search for Luke Skywalker and his wife, Mara Jade Skywalker. The Skywalkers had been on a mission for Karrde, locating smugglers who worked for Karrde but were being let go as Karrde moved into retirement. (SQ)

Domi
this ancient Galacian was a member of the Hill People, and one of Elan's strongest supporters. It was Domi who knew about Elan's true past, which he revealed to Qui-Gon Jinn after Giba attempted to assassinate her. (MOC)

Dominance
this was one of the multitude of Imperial-class Star Destroyers which made up the Imperial Navy fleet, destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (XVT)

Dominance
this Acclamator-class troopship was dispatched to the planet Jabiim, in an effort to prevent a secessionist war durnig the early stages of the Clone Wars. (SWI68)

Dominance Killing
this was the name given by xenoarchaeologists to the ritual execution of a lower-class individual by their superior. In many cases, the higher-class individual will kill the lower class without so much as a blink, since the practice was often deeply ingrained into the societal norm. The Yevetha were a perfect example of a people who practiced dominance killing in their society. (EGP)

Dominant
an Imperial Carrack-class cruiser used by Pter Thanas as command ship during the battle with the Ssi-ruuk. The ship was originally commissioned about ten years before the Battle of Endor, and was sent to join the Imperial defense of Dufilvian and Filve. However, it was damaged in battle against the Crimson Nova pirates near F'Dann IX, and recalled for repairs. It was later assigned to the Filve reserve fleet before being sent to subjugate Bakura. Because of the lack of resistance put up by the Bakurans, the Dominant was left behind as the flagship of Thanas' Imperial fleet. It was the Dominant which Thanas used to destroy the Flurry. After the Alliance was able to overwhelm the Imperial fleet, Thanas surrendered the Dominant to the Alliance. The Dominant was armed with ten heavy turbolasers and twenty laser cannons, but lacked the normal tractor beam projectors. (TB, TBSB)

Dominator
this Victory-class Star Destroyer eliminated an Alliance training base on Taul. It was specially modified to be driven by the latest hyperdrive technology and more powerful thrusters, and was assigned to support the fighter wings active during the Battle of Endor. (SWJ1, SWJ2, CCG11)

Dominator
this heavily modified Interdictor cruiser was used by Loka Hask as his flagship, after he joined the Imperial Navy and tried to hunt down Rogue Squadron. (XWPA)

Dominator
this 2.4-meter-long speeder was produced during the height of the New Order. (SWJ4)

Dominator AV
a modified version of the basic Dominator speeder, the Dominator AV was adapted for use as a racgin vehicle for the BlastBoat 2000 race. It was armed with a BlasTech Protector laser, and could reach speeds up to 300 kilometers an hour. The Dominator AV also had a flight ceiling of three meters. (SWJ4)

Dominator Gauntlets
developed just before the onset of the Great Sith War, Dominator guantlets were created to be the most technologically-advanced form of protection available. They gave the wearer increased strength and power, despite their humble appearance. (KOTOR)

Domine', Calquad
this man, a native of the planet Naboo, was the captain of the mining transport Pickaxe during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Domine' and his crew were members of he Naboo Moon Mining Union, and lef the Pickaxe parked at Kwilaan Starport in protest of the government's decision to limit miners' access to the larger ports. (HNN5)

Domines
this was the Snivvian word for "credits." (HNN5)

Dominus
this ancient Jedi Master was the teacher of Zona Luka, until she killed him while under the commanding spell of Exar Kun's Sith powers. (TSW)

Domisari
this Corellian woman lived on the Nespis VIII space station shortly before the Battle of Yavin. She had been hunting for hidden treasure, primarily the legendary Jedi library. She left Corellia several months before the Alliance victory at Yavin, after hunting fire crystals in the No-ad System. After Zak and Tash Arranda arrived at the station with their uncle, Mammon Hoole, Domisari was killed by the Anzati, Dannik Jerriko, who revealed that she was actually an assassin hired by the Empire to kill the Arranda children. (GOF5)

Domit Pie
a Kitonak delicacy. (COJ)

Domitree
this city served as the capital of the planet Ord Thoden, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Domitree was rocked by an intense earthquake about eight months before the onset of the Clone Wars, and much of the city was destroyed. (HNN4)

Dommaro, Gorsick
this Imperial Lieutenant, stationed on the first Death Star, controlled the A68 Market. (DSTC)

Domo
this Twi'lek male served as a talent scout for Vogga the Hutt, searching for dancing girls to entertain the crimelord at his Nar Shaddaa residence, during the years following the Mandalorian Wars. (KOTOR2)

Domodroid
any of the various models of servant droids. (RPG)

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

Don, Onstruk
this man was the leader of the Imperial resistance on Algara II following the Battle of Endor. He was disgusted with the class system, because of its rigidity and the injustice it shows to the Xan. He faked his own disappearance, and operates the resistance from a hidden base. Like most members of the resistance, he believes the tenets of the New Order can be modified to include all races. (PG2)

Dona
this woman established a new home on the planet Bellassa, well away from the major city of Ussa. Her home, hidden in the mountains of Arno, kept her out of the sweeping events that occurred in the wake of the Clone Wars, when the Empire took control of the planet. A self-sufficient woman, Dona was startled when Ferus Olin appeared on her doorstep, after barely escaping the Imperial forces that had captured Roan Lands. Dona did her best to nurse Ferus back to health. When Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived on Bellassa and sought out Ferus, he explained that Dona had been the very first customer of the Olin/Lands Agency. Back on her homeworld, she had blown the whistle on her employer, who had been cutting corners on a vaccine that was meant to save children. She feared that she would be targetted for assassination if she remained, and sought out Olin/Lands to help her expose the employer and escape any threats. With their help, she was able to testify in galactic court, thereby bringing down both the corporation and the government that supported its actions. She was then relocated to Bellassa, and remained out of sight for several months. Obi-Wan was dismayed to learn that he had been followed to Dona's cabin by Boba Fett, and was forced to flee with Ferus. Dona tried to help, but Ferus begged her to stay out of the conflict. She reluctantly agreed, and fled back to Ussa to hide among the Eleven. (LJ1)

Dona Laza Tapcafe
this tavern, located near the Mumbri Storve cantina, was Aves' location prior to the Bilbringi assault that ultimately ended the reign of Grand Admiral Thrawn. (TLC)

Do'naal
this bearded man was an Alliance agent who was also believed to be an Imperial spy, during the Galactic Civil War. The Alliance's fears were realized after Do'naal turned in agent Vewin on Kelada, as well as agent Rixen on Kuat. (SESB)

Donabelle, Lysire
this woman was a member of the ExGal Society, and was part of the ExGal-4 team that witnessed the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. She was one of the few who witnessed the true face of Yomin Carr, after the Yuuzhan Vong had eliminated the rest of the ExGal-4 team. She had worked to repair the communications array, fighting the increasingly-noxious atmosphere, when Carr cut the line below her repairs. Carr then pulled her oxygen lines from their backpack, allowing the atmosphere to filter into her helment and kill her. Carr then killed her partner, all so that the Yuuzhan Vong's advance worldship could secretly establish a base on Helska. (VP)

Donadi
an alien race which has a unique form of meditation. The Donadi can lower themselves into a trance-like state which allows them to see beyond a picture into the image within it. This trait has given rise to the famous Donadi stain-paintings. (BTS)

Donadi Stain-painting
an artistic technique developed by the Donadi race. The painting appears to most other races as a series of splotches on a huge canvas. To the Donadi, who can enter a deep meditative state and alter their own perceptions, the outward image is just a preview of the image hidden within. The inner image is undetectable by other races. (BTS)

Donadus
this planet was located in the Bamula Sector of the galaxy. For many years, it served as the base of operations for the Chorran shipjackers, until they were apprehended by Valance the Hunter. (SWMW)

Donar
a native Ithorian plant which produced sweet-smelling, purple blossoms. (TME)

Donar II, Dol
this man served as the Imperial Governor of Derra IV, during the years leading up to the battle of Yavin. Unlike his thin, stick-like wife, Dol Donar II was an obese man with three chins, whose own image of his self-importance was much greater than anyone else's. He wore his hair and moustache in waxed curves, and his clothing was equally flambouyant. He fancied himself a card player, but Lando Calrissian won virtually everything Governor Donar carried with him, while travelling aboard the Star of Empire following the graduation of his son, Nathan. Shortly afterward, Nathan discovered that Kyle had defected to the Alliance. He and his father tried to capture Kyle and Jan Ors, when they attempted to flee the luxury liner. The Donars managed to capture the droid A-Cee, but it activated its self-destruct mechanism when it saw Nathan's Imperial uniform. Dol and Nathan died in the resulting explosion. (SFE)

Donar III, Nathan
this young man, the son of Imperial Governor Dol Donar II, was a trainee at the Imperial Academy on Carida at the the same time as Kyle Katarn. Their social and economic differences, coupled with Nathan's annoying habit of calling Kyle "Rimmer," kept them from becoming closer friends. During their graduation ceremony, Nathan was given command of his cadet company, thanks in no small part to his father's standing as an Imperial Governor. He managed to get the graduates across the walkway from Cliffside to the assembly field without losing a man. Later, aboard the Star of Empire, Nathan discovered that Kyle had defected to the Alliance. Nathan, still Kyle's friend, warned Kyle about the discovery, but did nothing to stop his father's plans to arrest Kyle. He and his father tried to capture Kyle and Jan Ors, when they attempted to flee the luxury liner. The Donars managed to capture the droid A-Cee, but it activated its self-destruct mechanism when it saw Nathan's Imperial uniform. Nathan and his father died in the resulting explosion. (SFE)

Donatellinsar R'a Pereriansa
this Elomin served as a Mine Director on his homeworld of Elom, during the Imperial occupation of the planet. (EGA)

Dondarvan, Everik
this man held the rank of Commander, and was the captain of the Imperial Space Rescue Corps ship Corellian Consort. Dondarvan and his ship and crew held the records for the highest number of successful rescues (56) and the largest total number of persons rescued (543). He was known for high standards of discipline. (HR)

D-One
this was the designation of the main Dreadnaught that was part of the Outbound Flight starship. Most of the ship's command and control systems were located on D-One. When the Outbound Flight Project attacked and destroyed shortly before the Clone Wars, D-One was the first Dreadnaught to hit the planetoid on which the huge craft crashed. Thus, it also sustained the most damage of any Dreadnaught. (SQ)

Doneer
this race of insectile beings was native to the planet Doneer'so. They were known as excellent technicians and builders, and were meticulous and extremely hard-working. While they are not adept at original thinking and design, they have incredible skills at taking existing plans and implementing them. This made the Doneer the finest ship-builders in the Fakir Sector, during the New Order. They live in city-hives on the planet, many of which were sympathetic to the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. (SWCP)

Doneer'so
this planet, the primary world of the Doneer'so System in Fakir Sector, was the homeworld of the Doneer race. (SWCP)

Doneeta
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 "sure" or "wise". (GCG)

Doneeta
this was one of several Acclamator-class troop transports assigned to Jedi Masters Saesee Tiin and Plo Koon, during their mission to prevent the defection of Rendili's home fleet, near the end of the Clone Wars. (RDR)

Donell, Lon
this Imperial Navy Lieutenant was the first officer on the Detainer, until he managed to assumed command of the Interdictor cruiser. He used the ship as a pirate would, projecting gravity wells into hyperspace to drag New Republic ships out of hyperspace for capture. This tactic allowed Donell to obtain supplies as well as starships, which he used to form his own personal fleet. (WBC)

Doni, Miranda
this K-Wing pilot was a member of the Fifth Battle Group, and was in line with Hodo for promotion to squadron commander. However, she was killed in the unsuccessful blockade of Doornik-319, when the Yevetha used perjured prisoner pleas to cause the Republic's ships to hesitate. The Yevetha attacked, knocking out a large number of K-Wings and damaging several larger ships. (BTS, SOL, NEGV)

Doniphon
this planet was one of many Kwymar Sector worlds that were subjugated by the Empire during the Kwymar Suppressions. (SWMW)

Donkuwa
this wicked knife was a melee weapon. (SWGAL)

Donn
this was one of the most common human surnames encountered in the galaxy. (GCG)

Donn, Castin
this young, eager man joined Wraith Squadron shortly before the New Republic began tracking down Warlord Zsinj. A native of Coruscant, he was known as a computer slicer and systems specialist. A blond-haired youth, he had been a quiet supporter of the Alliance until the Emperor was killed at Endor. He managed to obtain an Alliance transmission of the destruction of the second Death Star, and broadcast it on the HoloNet before the Empire could put its own propaganda spin on the event. Caston joined the celebration which broke out across Imperial City, and was present when stormtroopers opened fire on the Alliance supporters. He watched in horror as a young was shot in the head, and barely managed to catch her baby before it hit the ground. This unnecessary, brutal act was etched in his mind, and he fled Imperial reprisal by forging himself a new identity and took the first transport off Coruscant. He then sought out the Alliance and offered them his technical skills. He later applied for starfighter training, and managed to pass despite the fact that he regularly shirked most of his non-flight duties and had a mild xenophobic streak. Wedge Antilles took a chance on him, hoping that this overall attitude would shape up. Wedge went so far as to assigned Castin to quarters with Hohass Ekwesh, in an effort to make Castin see that the galaxy is made up of all kinds of beings, not just humans. Castin was assigned the position of Wraith Two, as Wedge's wingman, following the death of Jesmin Ackbar. As the squadron's computer expert, Castin developed a portable program which would allow them to detect the location of the Iron Fist and help pinpoint Warlord Zsinj's location. Wedge forbade Castin from joining the Hawk-bats on their mission to meet with Zsinj, but Castin disobeyed orders and stowed away with the group. After planting his code, he discovered Zsinj's genetic experiments in the Iron Fist's deeper sections, but was also caught and brutally beaten by a group of stormtroopers. He was brought to Zsinj, who ordered General Kargin - alias Garik Loran - to kill him. Kargin hesitated, but Captain Seku shot Castin dead. This act left Seku, who was really Dia Passik, with a great sense of loss. (IF)

Donnerwin
this man served as Lando Calrissian's chief command officer at his Varn mining facility. (VOF)

Donni Bratz
this alien boy, distinguished by his four thumbs and the small antennae on his head, was the timid, younger brother of Chuck Bratz. Both boys were traveling with their parents aboard the Reasonable Doubt when a group of Jedi Knights - led by Master Yoda, disguised as an R2 unit - booked passage aboard the ship to Vjun. (YDR)

Dono
this Squib relayed information on the whereabouts of the Imperial transport ship Elusive. Dono was a slave laborer on the Elusive. (SH)

Donoa
this barren ball of rock was the eighth world in the Kamino System. It was orbited by seventeen moons. (GORW)

Donocha
this was the Huttese word for the number twenty (20). Note, however, that the Huttese counting system was based on a base-eight system. So, donocha indicated the number sixteen (16) in the Basic language. (GMR5)

Donof, Wen
this farmer maintained a small farm on the planet Herzob, during the height of the New Order. He was fed up with the incompenent nature of the local jevesect exterminators, and hired a non-union gang of workers to rid his fields of the vermin. This angered the local exterminators, but Donof didn't care. His actions managed to save his crops. (WOTC)

Dononter Minor
this temperate planet was noted for its medicinal and useful plants and vines, including the widowmaker. (GMR9)

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

Donos, Myn
a native of Corellia, Myn Donos was one of the first pilots in Wraith Squadron. As a member of the Corellian militia, Donos earned his Corellian Bloodstripes as a sniper. As a Lieutenant with the New Republic, Donos was given command of Talon Squadron shortly before being placed in the Wraiths. When Talon Squadron was almost completely lost in an Imperial ambush on Gravan Seven - Donos being the sole survivor - he was demoted, but came under the attention of Wedge Antilles when he first formed Wraith Squadron. He was, at one time, awarded Corellian Bloodstripes by the military on Corellia, but he stopped wearing them shortly after the debacle on Gravan Seven. He also became quite morose, and was very introverted during his early days with the Wraiths. In the battle that saw the destruction of the Implacable over Ession, Donos got a measure of revenge for Talon Squadron. He discovered Apwar Trigit's TIE Interceptor fleeing the dying ship, and chased it down. Before Trigit could surrender, Donos launched a pair of proton torpedoes at him. Trigit's ship was destroyed, and Trigit died in the resulting explosion. Shortly afterward, Donos began to fall in love with Lara Notsil, unaware that she was actually Gara Petothel, the woman who provided Trigit with the information he needed to eliminate Talon Squadron. When Garik Loran inadvertently revealed her deception to the Wraiths at Kidriff Five, Donos tried to kill her, but nearly destroyed Wedge instead. Antilles chose to report the firing of Donos' weapons as "accidental," provided Donos received medical and psychiatric treatment. With the help of his friends and comrades, Donos came out of his tailspin and rejoined the squadron as they prepared to attack Zsinj near Kuat. Following the battle with Zsinj at Selaggis Six, Myn accepted a position with Rogue Squadron, choosing to fly rather remain with the Wraiths who joined New Republic Intelligence. (WS, IF, SOC)

Donovan, James Ortell
this man was the ruler of the planet Mindabaal during the early years of the New Order. He had hoped that his younger daughter, Josephine, would follow in his footsteps and lead the planet. His older daughter, Jericho, was a rebel who defied him at every turn. Shortly before he and Josephine planned to join the Empire, Jericho kidnapped Josephine, leaving Lord James without an heir. It was during this time that the Empire bombarded Mindabaal, killing the royal family and laying waste to the planet. (SWJ5)

Donovan, Jericho
a native of Mindabaal, and daughter of the rightful king of the planet, Jericho was a rebellious student and the exact opposite of her younger sister, Josephine. Jericho and her friends at the Mindabaal Royal Academy rebelled against the caste system of their parents, smuggling weapons and stealing computer components in order to gain attention. After her father, Lord James Ortell Donovan, believed that Jericho had been tamed, she split from her family completely. Jericho and her friends stole the Royal Flower and set out out to become smugglers. She later kidnapped her sister when Josephine went to sign the papers that officially admitted Mindabaal into the Empire. When they returned, they found that the Empire had devastated their homeworld. Jericho and Josephine then turned to a life of smuggling. (SWJ5)

Donovan, Josephine
a native of Mindabaal, and one of the daughters of the rightful king of the planet, Josephine was a distinguished student and the exact opposite of her older sister, Jericho. Josephine learned the rules of politics and diplomacy from their father, Lord James Ortell Donovan, and later served in the Mindabaal Diplomatic Corps as Mindabaal's liaison to the Empire. She was kidnapped by her sister she went to sign the papers that officially admitted Mindabaal into the Empire. When they returned, they found that the Empire had devastated their homeworld. Jericho and Josephine then turned to a life of smuggling. (SWJ5)

Donovia
this planet, known for its rainy seasons and rugged terrain, was extensively mined during the last decades of the Old Republic for many precious materials. (VD2)

Donovian Rainman
this was the term used to describe the miners who worked on the planet Donovia during the last decades of the Old Republic. These miners wore distinctive hoods that kept the rain out of the face of the miner, allowing them to work closely to the mining site despite the rainy weather. (VD2)

Donson
an Imperial Security Bureau agent who worked with Wallace Fisk on Demophon. (SN)

Don't Go Inn
this was the name of a cantina found on the planet D'vouran. Mammon Hool hoped to find a mechanic there to fix the Lightrunner, after landing on the planet. (GOF1)

Dontal
an Alliance starfighter pilot who was killed in the offensive against Operation Strike Fear near Briggia. (XW)

Dontavian
this character from classic literature lost everything - his father and mother, his country, his allegiance - and could not come to terms with it. His father had been blind, and disguised himself as a Tusken Raider on Tatooine in order to avoid being captured. Dontavian himself faded into the shadows, hoping to correct the wrongs of the world from the darkness. During the course of his downfall, Dontavian plays at a game of Jj'abot, which mirrors his own life. (SWJ12)

Dontopod
a species of grazer native to the moon Yavin 8, the dontopod was by far the largest of its kind. (GG2)

Dontworry
an illegal hallucinagenic drug. (COJ)

Dooba
this MK 8001 attendant droid was charged with watching over Branli. (GFT)

Doobba, Von
this man was the fanatical leader of the Pinacists, at the height of the New Order. (SWJ13)

Doodnik's Cafe
located on Tyne's Horky, this establishment employed R2-D2 and C-3PO as waiters during the early years of the New Order. They were eventually fired and auctioned off to Jann Tosh. (DCAR, HNN4)

Dooje Brolo
one of the many Yuuzhan Vong prefects assigned to the first wave of the Praetorite Vong's invasion force, Dooje Brolo worked with prefect Ma'Shraid in command of third warship to enter the galaxy. He also commanded a thousand coralskippers, which provided a defensive screen for his worldship. (VP)

Dooku
this man was a charismatic separatist held the social position of Count on his homeworld of Serenno. Born some 81 years before the onset of the Clone Wars, Count Dooku was also a former Jedi Master who was known for his diplomatic skills, as evidenced by his successful mediation of the Sevarcos Dispute. He was also known for his fierce independence and his command of the Living Force, traits which were passed on to his apprentice, Qui-Gon Jinn. Dooku himself trained with Yoda during his tean-age years, before passing the trials to earn the rank of Jedi Knight, and spent much of his life studying the various aspects of the Force. Dooku was an excellent lightsaber duelist, specializing in a form of fencing combat that was more suited to fighting against an opponent also using a lightsaber. The one thing that always rankled on him was the fact that, during his training, Dooku always lost to Master Yoda in mock combat. He resented the fact that Yoda would lose to obviously lesser students, but Dooku never was given such treatment. After one battle that Yoda claimed to have won before it even started, Dooku realized that he had gone into the battle intending to lose, rather than expecting to win. This realization changed Dooku's approach to his training, and made him a stronger Jedi. Shortly before the Battle of Naboo, as Doooku sat on the Jedi Council, he decided to leave the Jedi Order after refusing to lead an ill-fated mission to Baltizaar, becoming one of the "Lost Twenty." At the time, he cited his growing disillusionment with the Old Republic, as well as proposing that the Jedi Knights had weakened themselves by allying with the decaying Republic. He returned briefly to Serenno, and adopted the title of Count. It was also around this time that he became Darth Tyranus, training in the ways of the Sith under Darth Sidious. As Tyranus, it was Dooku who hired Jango Fett to serve as the model for a cloned army. He resurfaced eight years later on Raxus Prime to begin speaking out in favor of a spearatist movement against the Old Republic. During the years leading up the Clone Wars, Dooku was one of the many members of the Old Republic who secretly wished for many planets to secede from the Republic, believing that he was in a position to take control of the newly-liberated worlds to form his own empire. He made several underhanded deals with major political powers, including the Commerce Guild, in an effort to solidify his position. He negotiated with Poggle the Lesser and the Trade Federation, employing the Geonosians in an effort to build vast droid armies to support the Separatist movement. His identity as Darth Tyranus was revealed shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars, when the Jedi Knights discovered the droid armies when Obi-Wan Kenobi was captured on Geonosis. Instead of trying to lie to Obi-Wan, Dooku confronted him with the truth: a Sith Lord was in control of the Republic. Obi-Wan could do nothing but disagree, playing to Dooku's plans. Dooku was forced to flee the planet in the aftermath of the Battle of Geonosis, having barely survived a lightsaber duel with Obi-Wan and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, then another battle with Yoda. Dooku then returned to Coruscant to report his failure to his Master, Darth Sidious, but was surprised to learn that Sidious was happy with the outcome. Count Dooku remained as Darth Tyranus, and continued to lead the Separatists during the three years of fighting during the Clone Wars. During the height of the Clone Wars, it was learned that several clones of Dooku had been created. These clones were placed in locations where the Republic would find and destroy them, adding to the confusion of the battle by making the Republic chase down every possible lead on Dooku's whereabouts. Some thirty months after Geonosis, he hatched his most devious plan, hoping to lure Yoda himself to Vjun. Although Dooku believed that eliminating Yoda would crush the resolve of the Old Republic, he was unprepared for the feelings aroused within him at the prospect of facing Yoda again. When Yoda arrived on Vjun, he asked Dooku to do the unexpected. Rather than demanding a battle, Yoda asked Dooku to turn him to the Dark Side of the Force, to experience the powerand greatness of it. Dooku feared that, if Yoda were turned, he would eliminate Darth Sidious and destroy the galaxy. He tried to fight Yoda again, but was forced to flee when Republic reinforcements arrived. Upon returning to Sidious' side, Dooku was given a series of orders that were to be carried out in order to eliminate Obi-Wan Kenobi, thereby orphaning Anakin Skywalker. Dooku understood that young Skywalker would eventually become Sidious' apprentice, but was unable to kill Kenobi. He was briefly on Kaon before being ordered by Sidious to Tythe, where he was nearly captured by Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi, just prior to the First Battle of Coruscant. Dooku returned to Coruscant after escaping the Jedi, only to be confronted by them once again aboard the Invisible Hand. Dooku's military leader, General Grievous, had managed to capture Chancellor Palpatine, who ensured Dooku that he would intervene if the Jedi managed to get too close to them. In a fateful duel, Anakin finally bested Dooku, but Dooku remained sure that Palpatine would rescue him. However, Dooku soon realized that his time as Darth Sidious' apprentice had come to an end. Palpatine allowed Anakin to behead Dooku during their struggle, just before the Jedi managed to free the Chancellor. After news of Dooku's death moved swiftly throughout the galaxy, many beings began to wonder openly why Palpatine continued to pursue the war against the Separatists. Among the loudest voices were the Senators who made up the Delegation of the Two Thousand. (SWI51, APS, HNN4, HNN5, AOTC, AOTCN, SWDB, WOTC, LOJ, YDR, LEV, E3, GC, E3N)

Dool Arena
this reinforced cage was formed in the heart of The Broken Tusk, a bar and restaurant located on Reuss VIII. Dug into the ground and surrounded by plasteel walls, the Dool Arena was used to stage hand-to-hand combat between various opponents, for the pleasure of the patrons of the Broken Tusk. All combat in the arena was governed by the Dool Rool, which simply stated "no ranged weapons allowed in the arena." Everything else was fair game. It was later discovered that many of the lesser-known combatants who fought in the Arena were actually Imperial prisoners who refused to break under interrogation. Fights were often staged after-hours, with the audience being made up of a select group of top Imperial officers and their staffs. In events which became known as Survival Day fights, the captives were given two options: turn over the information, or defeat Tull Raine in one-on-one combat. (WSV)

Dool Bug
an insect native to the planet M'haeli. (ROC)

Dool Rool
this rule, created by Greel, governed all combat which was held in the Dool Arena. The Dool Rool stated that "no ranged weapons were allowed in the arena." That's it. Everything else was fair game. (WSV)

Doolb Snoil
this Vippit, a native of the planet Nal Hutta, was one of the finest legal minds of the Old Republic, during the height of the Clone Wars. He came from a long line of noted neogotiators and barristers, and it was his grandfather who negotiated a series of tax-free benefits for the Vippits from the Old Republic itself. Originally educated and trained on Mrlsst, Snoil apprenticed with a major firm in the Gevarno Cluster before joining the ranks of the barristers from the Coruscant College of Law, which worked for the Old Republic. He developed a reputation for exhaustively researching his clients and their situations, and became one of the most reliable barristers of his generation. Snoil was among the handful of barristers who were able to mediate a decision on Rijel-12 some ten years before the onset of the Clone Wars, in the midst of extremely sensitive negotiations. Snoil might have died in the rioting that occurredon Rijel-12, if he hadn't been rescued by Obi-Wan Kenobi. After the mission to Rijel-12, the two became fast friends, although Snoil maintained that he must someday repay Obi-Wan for saving his life. Some two years after the Battle of Geonosis, they were again paired on a mission, this time to uncover the truth behind the JK-series droids being produced on Ord Cestus. It was nearing Snoil's Time to reproduce, but he was unable to return to Nal Hutta without first repaying Obi-Wan. It was through Snoil's diligent investigation that the Jedi discovered Cestus Cybernetics had actually purchased land on Cestus with synthstones, which were essentially worthless. Although this information proved valuable, the Jedi plan to fool the Five Families into siding with the Republic was smashed by Asajj Ventress. When the mission was scrubbed, Snoil and the clone trooper known as Xutoo were the only ones to actually leave Ord Cestus. Unfortunately, their ship was sabotaged. Xutoo kept it flying long enough for Snoil to jettison in an escape pod before the ship exploded. Snoil was rescued by Obi-Wan and the soldiers of Desert Wind, but the terrorists soon discovered that their secret location had been discovered. A group of plastidroids and JK-series combat droids infilitrated their base, and attacked with a vengeance. Snoil took up arms against the droid attackers, bracing a portable cannon on his shell and firing at anything near him. Unfortunately, during one of the blasts from the cannon, a stalactite was cracked from its base and fell to the ground, piercing Snoil's shell. Snoil died in Obi-Wan's arms, after making the Jedi promise to forward any combat bonuses to his family - tax-free, of course. (TCD)

Doolis
this was one of the major cities found on the planet Caprioril. (HNN4)

Doolis Podrace Arena
this was the largest podracing arena located on the planet Caprioril, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Doom Slayer
this series of assassin droid was designed and manufactured by Sythluss Leethe. The design was based on a standard Sluissi security droid, and resembled an adult Sluissi when fully extended. At rest, the Doom Slayer rolled itself up into a tight, well-armored sphere. Leethe protected the droid with a lightweight armor, into which he placed a series of microcircuits, and which was painted with a special chemical paint. This combination allowed the droid to sense the electromagentic environment around it and alter its coloration to blend in with its background. When in attack mode, the Doom Slayer unfolds its tail, which housed a modified BlasTech T-21 light repeating blaster. A trio of MGL-1 microgrenade launchers give the spherical body the appearance of a face. Two manipulator arms could be extended from the body, to graps objects or victims. Because of the high cost of building the droid, Leethe would only use it to collect bounties worth 100,000 credits or more, in order to recover his operating costs. It was rumored that he had been contracted to use the Doom Slayer to kill Jabba the Hutt, and collected his fee before Leia Organa killed the crimelord herself. The spherical body of the Doom Slayer measured a meter in diameter, and its tail added another meter to its overall length when extended. Leethe sent one of these droids to Gelgelar to destroy the Alliance's drop point in Gelgelar Free Port, but the droid was destroyed by Ihvin Jayme and Maglenna Pendower. (SWJ14)

Doom, Kannen
this shallow-minded woman was part of the cast of a popular HoloNet comic series, during the final years of the Old Republic. (T24)

Doomer
this Alliance dreadnaught was destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Doomet
a Bothan shuttle destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Doomgate
this was another name for the Na'R Ji'Gek crater, located on the planet Goroth Prime. (GSE)

Doomgiver
this starship, modelled after the so-called Super-class Star Destroyer, was the flagship of Imperial Admiral Galak Fyyar, during the early years of the New Republic. Although ostensibly a warship, the Doomgiver was more of a transport vessel. Its underside was dotted with dozens of pods that could be detached in order to deploy vehicles and troops to a groundside location. The Doomgiver was defended by several shipboard laser cannons and several TIE Fighter squadrons. The ship was eventually destroyed by the New Republic's Rogue Squadron over Yavin 4, when Kyle Katarn managed to infiltrate the ship and damage its shield arrays. The ship managed to deploy it drop pods before exploding, allowing Imperial military forces to reach the planet and launch an attack on Luke Skywalker's Jedi praxeum. (JK2)

Doom-joust
this was a type of combat sport used by the Serp people to prove an individual's skills in battle. Derived from the old jousting contests of a more peaceful age, the doom-jousts were King S'Shah's way to prove his strength and prowess. He proclaimed that any Serp who could bet him in a doom-joust would immediately be named the new king. However, S'Shah used forbidden technologies to gain an edge over his opponents, and he remained undefeated. (MC64)

Doomsayer
this Ghtroc freighter was owned by Jai Raventhorn, during her early career as a spacer. (SWJ3)

D'oon, T'chooka
this dark-skinned man was one of the many Jedi Masters who were pressed into service as military leaders, during the height of the Clone Wars. Master D'oon and his Padawan, Flynn Kybo, were dispatched to Vandos to rescue Ambassador Quiyyen, unaware that Grievous had set a trap for them. Once Quiyyen was secured, D'oon allowed Kybo to reach their escape ship while holding of the Separatist forces that were pursuing them. The appearance of General Grievous only hardened D'oon's resolve to ensure the safety of Quiyyen and his Padawan, and he challenged Grievous to a duel. However, despite his own powers with the Force, Master D'oon was cut down by the General. (SWGG)

Doonium
a heavy metal used by the Empire in most of the construction of its war machines, doonium was mined from asteroids and other small planetoids by a variety of corporations. During the last decades of the Old Republic, the planet Atraken was also a source, but the ravages of the Clone Wars precluded any form of mining operation there. The mining and export of doonium was carefully monitored by the Mining Guild, due to the metal's value throughout the galaxy. During the construction of the second Death Star, the Empire mined huge amounts of doonium from the planetoid Dor. (GDV, HNN5, SWI67, GMR9)

Doonium Acid Mines
an explosive weapon which sprays an area with liquid doonium acid when detonated. (ZHR)

Doop Bug
found in the cities of Tatooine, the doop bug resembles a large, flat beetle. (TPM)

Door Annunciator
any device which allows a person outside a room or house to vocally announce his or her presense to the inhabitants of the room. (AC)

Door-being
any automaton programmed to greet guests at some of the more luxurious hotels in the galaxy. (LCF)

Doori-Doori
this being served as the Prime Justice of the plant Kip, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was Justice Doori-Doori who sentenced Zorba the Hutt to forty-five years in prison for his theft of ulikuo stones. (HNN4)

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