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Rogos, Dal
this Imperial Security Bureau agent spent part of his career trying to expose the Ithorian Poliss as an Alliance sympathizer. He eventually discovered a team of Alliance agents who were searching for the ruins of the Alderaan Royal Palace within the Graveyard, and followed them to Mining Outpost 11. He was unaware that Darth Vader himself had planted rumors of the Palace's location, in an effort to capture Leia Organa as part of Operation Yavin Kill Two. Rogos had no more luck than Janus Bonn in capturing the Alliance members who bit on the rumors, and they eventually recovered the Alderaanian armory ship Another Chance. (GA)

Rogriss, Asori
this woman was the daughter of Admiral Teren Rogriss. When Rogriss was dispatched to accompany Turr Phennir to Adumar, she was twenty-eight years old. Her whereabouts were not known. Wedge Antilles promised Admiral Rogriss to contact Asori and her brother, Terek, to inform them of their father's bravery and to protect them from Imperial reprisals. (SOA)

Rogriss, Terek
this young man was Teren Rogriss' son. At the time of the Admiral's mission to Adumar, Terek was a twenty-four year old member of the Imperial Navy. Wedge Antilles promised Admiral Rogriss to contact Asori and her brother, Terek, to inform them of their father's bravery and to protect them from Imperial reprisals. (SOA)

Rogriss, Teren
this man served the Imperial Navy for many years, eventually being promoted to Admiral. After the Battle of Endor, Rogriss remained loyal to those who upheld the ideals of the New Order, and vehemently opposed the warlords who sprang up in the wake of the Emperor's death. He especially despised Zsinj, and went so far as to contact the New Republic warship Mon Remonda to request an audience. During the meeting with Garik Loran, Rogriss proposed a secret alliance in which both sides would trade information about Zsinj, in the hopes that one of them would bring the warlord down. He even went so far as to "loan" the Interdictor-class warship Stellar Web to Han Solo for his attack on Zsinj at Selaggis Six. After learning that Zsinj was still alive, Rogriss was sent on several other missions to hunt the warlord down. However, Rogriss was always a step behind Admiral Ackbar and Solo, and was eventually demoted from fleet commander - although he remained an Admiral - and given only a single support ship to command with the Agonizer. In this capacity, he was assigned to escort Turr Phennir and the pilots of the 181st Fighter Group to Adumar for the negotiations on Adumar's future. He was ordered by his superiors to ensure the Empire gained control of Adumar, at any cost. This order conflicted with his own sense of personal honor, and he eventually decided to ignore any order which called for the destruction of Adumari resources, should they side with the New Republic. He made hihs intentions known to Wedge Antilles, who agreed to help contact his family if he ever had to flee the wrath of the Empire. Rogriss' wife had died several years prior, but his two children survived. Wedge agreed, and Rogriss proved true to his word. When the Adumari chose to join the Republic, Rogriss chose to take the Agonizer out of orbit and leave the system, rather than destroy their society. Rogriss then returned to Adumar, in the hopes of helping them learn more realistic warfare techniques to replace their honor-based system. He remained on the planet as a defense minister for the perator. (SOC, SOA, PH)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

one of Jabba the Hutt's Gamorrean guards. He and Ortugg escorted Chewbacca into Jabba's dungeons. (CCG)

this was the name given to those boras trees which lived outside the community of the Zonama Sekot tampasi. (RP)

a group of Alliance Lambda-class shuttles assigned to capture the Ethar Corvettes. (XW)

Rogue Alpha
this was Wedge Antilles' callsign, when he rejoined Rogue Squadron during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. He flew a reconnaissance X-Wing during the insertion of Corran Horn on Garqi. (DTR)

Rogue Eight
Erisi Dlarit's callsign as a member of Rogue Squadron about two and a half years after the Battle of Endor. Note that The Krytos Trap indicates that Dlarit's callsign is Rogue Four. It was later used by Leth Liav, in the wake of the Second Battle of Coruscant. (XWN, KT, EL2)

Rogue Five
this callsign was used by Wes Janson for most of his career with Rogue Squadron. Note that Dark Tide: Onslaught claims that Rogue Five was also used by Hobbie Klivian and Tycho Celchu, although none of the other texts reveal this. (DTO)

Rogue Four
Pash Cracken's callsign when he joined Rogue Squadron. Note that The Krytos Trap indicates the the Rogue Four callsign was used by Eriri Dlarit during the months after the liberation of Coruscant, despite the fact that Cracken was still a member of the squadron. (WG, KT)

Rogue Group
this was the name used by Luke Skywalker to denote his squadron of modified T-47 snowspeeders while stationed at Echo Base on Hoth. Derived the memory of the Red Squadron that helped win the Battle of Yavin, Rogue Group eventually evolved into Rogue Squadron. (RESB)

Rogue Houses
this was the name given to those Tapani Sector noble Houses which opposed Shey Tapani's plans to unify the planets of the secotor, some 6,000 years before the Battle of Endor. (TSIA)

Rogue Imperial 5
this modified N-1 fighter was owned by the criminal known only as Stormtrooper X, who maintained the shiop despite its age. (GMR6)

Rogue Null
Tycho Celchu's callsign when, as the newly-named Executive Officer of Rouge Squadron, he piloted the shuttle Forbidden into the Chorax System. (XWN)

Rogue Runner
this modified CorelliSpace Gymsnor-3 Freighter was modified by its first owner to have a faster hyperdrive, better lateral control, and increased shielding. It can transport up to 75 metric tons of cargo without loosing any performance. It's ion drive was badly in need of repair when Fiz Cor'gril acquired it. (SWJ9)

Rogue Seven
Rhysati Ynr's callsign as a member of Rogue Squadron, about two and a half years after the Battle of Endor. Note that The Krytos Trap indicates the Ynr's callsign is Rogue Three. It was later used by Dakorse Teep, in the wake of the Second Battle of Coruscant. (WG, KT, EL2)

Rogue Seven Angel
this was Leia Organa's private, diplomatic cipher, used while she was the Chief of State for the New Republic. (AC)

Rogue Squadron
initially, Rogue Squadron was the unofficial name of the X-Wing Red Squadron which assaulted the first Death Star. It became the official title of the snowspeeder pilots on Hoth, and eventually became the designation given to Luke Skywalker's group of 12 X-wing pilots. After Luke resigned his commission from the New Republic, Wedge Antilles was promoted to Rogue Squadron's commander. He took Rogue Squadron into battle at Bakura, and tried to keep the squadron vital in the aftermath of the Galactic Civil War. However, a number of rookies got killed trying to live up to the history of Rogue Squadron following Bakura, and so Admiral Ackbar approached the Provisional Council of the New Republic to petition them to let him restructure Rogue Squadron, from a political tool to a real team of crack pilots. Wedge continued to be the squadron's commander, and Aril Nunb was named Executive Officer. Wedge, however, felt that she was not as good a teacher as she was a pilot, and petitioned to have her replaced with Tycho Celchu. Under Antilles and Celchu, and a few Rogue Squadron veterans, the squadron regained its mystique and became the elite group of pilots it was destined to be. Following the liberation of Coruscant from Ysanne Isard, the Rogues were awarded the first Coruscant Star of Valor for their efforts. The squadron was then ordered to augment Han Solo's fleet, which was planning to attack the Warlord Zsinj. All of the squadron's members were against the mission, wanting instead to liberate the planet Thyferra from Isard and exact their revenge on the way Isard and Erisi Dlarit had used the squadron. The Republic refused this request, ordering them to report for duty to Solo. Instead, every member of the squadron submitted their resignation and created their own force with which to attack Thyferra. After the battle to retake Thyferra was decided, it was "discovered" by Airen Cracken that their resignations were never processed, so the Squadron was reinstated to active duty. The squadron served as part of the support structure for the Mon Remonda during the hunt for Warlord Zsinj. It remained under the command of Wedge Antilles until the defeat of Grand Admiral Thrawn and Prince-Admiral Krennel, when Wedge accepted a promotion to General. Tycho Celchu became Rogue Leader at this time, but eventually gave up the position to Wedge several years later. The Rogues were reported destroyed while supporting a reconnaissance mission over the moon of Distna, during the hunt for Krennel. Ysanne Isard's clone, obsessed with eliminating the Rogues, had laid an ambush for them at Corvis Minor Five. The ambush would have succeeded, if the real Ysanne Isard had not dispatched Colonel Vessery to recover the Rogues. This allowed them to work with Vessery's people to eliminate Krennel and Isard's clone before returning to active duty. A semi-permanent monument to the fallen Rogues was erected in the wake of the failed rescue of Sate Pestage from Ciutric, after Ibtisam gave her life to allow the squadron to escape. It was made up of holograms of those Rogues who had given their lives to the Alliance and the New Republic. The insignia of the Rogues was centered on the blue shield of the Alliance. Surrounding it were the images of twelve X-Wing starfighters with engines burning, flying outward from the shield. Four 12-pointed red stars surround the fighters, signifying the far-reaching strength of the squadron. The number twelve is significant, of course, because it represented the twelve positions of the squadron. (ESB, HTTE, XWN, JS, KT, IJ, IF, SOC, XWMR, IR, TTSB)

Rogue Three
this was Wedge Antilles' callsign, during his service with the Alliance at Echo Base, on Hoth. (ESB)

Rogue Two
this was Zeb Senesca's callsign, during his service with the Alliance at Echo Base, on Hoth. (ESB)

Rogwa Wodrata
this female Holwuff represented her people in the Confederacy of Independent Systems, during the last decades of the Old Republic. She was present during the summit on Geonosis, just before the Battle of Geonosis took place. (SWI65)

this is one of the larger Fyodoi tribes on Fyodos. They often greet newcomers to the planet. The Roh are led by Kalor. (PG2)

Rohair Biochemical Clinic
a reconstructive surgical clinic located in Imperial City on Coruscant. Iella Wessiri posed as Irin Fossyr, a representative of the Clinic, in order to meet up with Wedge Antilles, who was portraying Antar Roat. (WG)

this elderly man was one of the many Force-sensitive individuals who were exiled to the planet Dathomir shortly after the Clone Wars, when Emperor Palpatine began eliminating any possible threats to his position of power. It was Rohak, along with his aides Noldan and Paemos, who first located the site that would become the Village of Aurilia. Because of his age and experience, Rohak was named the Village Elder, and took control of the regular business of the Village. Although he was initially against the idea, Rohak eventually agreed with Marite that the Village of Aurilia should open its arms to Force-sensitive offworlders. In this way, the lore and knowledge of the settlers could be passed on, while the offworlders helped defend the settlement from attacks by the Nightsisters. (SWGAL)

Rohal Cross
this distinguished award was given by the Alliance to those beings who displayed unusual levels of valor and bravery during a mission. (CRO)

meaning "dutiful", 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)

Roi, Fitz
this legendary jatz musician was a native of Tapani Sector, and returned there after touring the Core during the height of the New Order. His family was native to the planet Lenniera, and maintained an estate there after Roi himself established a residence on Esseles. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, Fitz Roi was known almost as much for his mastery with the Faln horn as we was for his flamboyant stage shows. He carried a pair of projectile pistols at his side at all times, and often shot them off in concert. These slug throwers, relics of the Manderon Period, were stolen by the Tombat while Roi was playing at the Priole Danna Festival, after his Summerside Tour was cancelled. Later, on Esseles, he went on stage dressed as a Jedi Knight. His career had been sponsored by a young female noble of House Barnaba, who was infatuated with him. (SWJ3, SWJ4, SWJ6, LOE)

Roi, Mettez
this man was a noted promoter of arena gladiator events, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. He was one of the senior members of the Galaxy Gladiator Federation at the time, and spent much of his career working to standardize the often-illegal gladiator events. (HNN5)

Ro'ik Chuun M'arh
see Chuun M'arh Frigate (NEGV)

Roite, Barst
this Xucphra middle manager was appointed a Major in the Thyferran Home Defense Corps, and managed the day to day operations of the paramilitary group under the command of Aerin Dlarit. (BW)

this Imperial Naval Captain was the commander of the Star Destroyer Expeditious. (XWN)

this Wookiee diplomat was killed by Kaox Krul, some years before the Battle of Ruusan. (GMR5)

Rojer 621
this was the codename of the New Republic spy who was infiltrated into Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne's administration on Kal'Shebbol, shortly before the Republic was able to oust Sarne from power. His information, while often obscure, helped the crew of the FarStar track down Sarne in Kathol Sector. It was later revealed, in the wake of the Battle of Kathol, that Rojer 621 was really Imperial Captain Brannij of the Bastion, who had tired of Sarne's disregard for his subordinates. (DARK, E)

this was a tavern, located in the city of Hullis, on Halmad. It was here that several members of Wraith Squadron provoked a fight with Captain Wanatte's team, as part of their plan to infiltrate the Imperial garrison and steal TIE starfighters. (IF)

Rojo Fever
this form of illness was almost often fatal when contracted, and it spread quickly once established. For this reason, once Rojo Fever was identified in a community, the entire area was quarantined to prevent an epidemic. (MBS)

Rojo, Warshack
this Corellian man was a Commander with the New Republic military at the time of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galax. He was in command of the Imperial-II class Star Destroyer Rejuvenator, and helped plan the assault on the Praetorite Vong base on Helska. He was easily distinguished by his shaved head, furrowed brow, and the diamond-stud earring he wore. He was killed when the Yuuzhan Vong warforce surrounding Helska destroyed the Rejuvenator before the remainder of the New Republic's fleet could arrive on the scene. (VP)

probably the most respected of the Gree guild masters in the modern era, Rokak'k was the master of the Rokak'k Baran. He cared little for politics and prestige, except when they interfered with his ability to maintain the Rokak'k Baran's schedule. He commands the 5,000 Gree who work aboard the ship, and he tolerates the multitude of aliens that he transports throughout the Gree Enclave. (SWJ8)

Rokak'k Baran
this huge Gree starship is the primary method of transportation between the many worlds of the Gree Enclave. Its primary port is at the world of Asation, where any non-Gree visitors to the Enclave must first stop and put to port. They are then free to board the Rokak'k Baran and travel as permitted to other Gree worlds. The Rokak'k Baran resembles a huge Ithorian herdship in its design, being a five-kilometer wide, disk-shaped ship. The ship requires nearly 5,000 Gree to maintain and operate, and can transport up to 10,000 passengers. It can pas through hyperspace lik emany starships, but it uses a Gree-designed propulsion system. It is armed with a single weapon, the Varat'k Snarap, and protected by the Karkak'k Marek. The ship is named for its owner, the Gree shipmaster Rokak'k. (SWJ8)

this was a common name used by the Klatooinan race. (UANT)

Rokarn Vth'naar
this Sludir was the mate of Qesya Vth'naar. Like Qesya and her brother, Quyik, Rokarn was forced to fight in gladiator battles for the Empire. In one fateful battle, Quyik was pitted against Rokarn. Rokarn allowed Quyik to win the battle, knowing that Qesya was pregnant. Unfortunately for Quyik, this meant that he had to kill Rokarn in order to survive. Quyik carried the guilt of this act only for a short time, for the Empire then forced him to fight against Qesya herself. In the battle, Qesya defeated Quyik and killed him in order to survive. (KR)

the slave boss in the Kessel spice mines (NE 30), he looks as if his muscles are attached wrong. He was killed by one of the energy spiders living the spice mines while overseeing a deep mine excavation. (JS)

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

Roki Morjara
this was a noted Bimm individual, distinguished in the history of the planet Bimmisaari. (UANT)

a tree that was prevalent in the forests of Endor's Sanctuary moon, the rokna was known as a host to a spiky, blue fungus which was poisonous, and even deadly, to most races. The poison caused memory loss, rapid aging, and eventually death. However, in a slightly refined state known as Rokna Blue, it was a highly-addictive euphoric. (ECAR, GMR9)

Rokna Blue
this deadly poison was collected from the rokna tree on the Forest Moon of Endor. In very small quantities, it could induce exquisite states of bliss in its users. A microgram could cause death, however, so the recreational use of Rokna Blue was considered highly dangerous. Prolonged use of rokna blue caused severe memory loss. The illegal use of Rokna Blue reached its peak around the time of the Black Fleet Crisis, but dropped sharply in the years afterward. It was sold in small, blue, pebble-like pieces. (SOL, GMR9)

Rokna Station
this space station was erected in orbit in the Endor System, between the planets Megiddo and Dor. It was built some twelve years after the Battle of Endor, and was named for the illicit refining of rokna that took place during the early years of the new Republic. However, due to the Republic's swift crackdown on the production of Rokna Blue, the station was abandoned just ten months after its completion. The drug kingpin known as "Blue" Imcrix tried to re-establish the production facilities on the station, but the New Republic quickly shut him down. (GMR9)

a tall, thin humanoid alien working for Finhead Stonebone. (TOJ)

this was considered to be the closest thing to a city found on the planet Nelvaan. Rokrul was little more than a loose affiliation of Nelvaanian tribes, who banded together for mutual protection and asistance. During the Clone Wars, the Rokrul villages were plunged into a perpetual winter when the Confederacy of Independent Systems established a secret outpost on Nelvaan. The facility drew intense amounts of geothermal power from the planet's core, power that normally would have provided warmth to the Rokrul area. The facility was eventually destroyed by Anakin Skywalker, but the Rokrul area took decades to recover. (SWDB)

Rokur Gepta
this Croke was believed to have been the last surviving Sorcerer of Tund, although no one was aware of it when he surfaced in the Rafa System many years before the Clone Wars. At nearly twenty thousands years of age, Gepta was already an ancient lifeform when he appeared on Tund, asking to join the Sorcerers. He was the best student they could have asked for, soaking up knowledge like a sponge. However, Gepta secretly hated his instructors, and allowed them to believe he was nothing more than a gifted student. When he continued beyond the basic knowledge of the Sorcerers of Tund and learned more than the teaching Sorcerers did, Gepta struck out and destroyed the brotherhood. In doing so, he reduced the planet Tund to a burned-out ball of ash using a very specialized lifeform. He then continued to spread rumors and stories about the Tund Sorcerers, to keep them shrouded in mystery as he began collecting power. In keeping with the legends of the Sorcerers of Tund, Gepta concealed his true form in dense wrappings of gray cloth, the color of which very closely matched the color of the ashes of Tund. He wore a large, turban-like wrapping on his head, revealing only his eyes. If he were ever seen without these wrappings, Gepta would have appeared as the Croke he was, a twelve-legged slug capable of modifying its appearance as it saw fit. One of Gepta's first goals was to recover the Mindharp of the Sharu race, believing it to be a device that could be used to control the minds of other individuals. When Lando Calrissian foiled his attempt to obtain the Mindharp, Gepta began plotting his own personal revenge on Calrissian. When Lando foiled his assassination attempt on Oseon 5792, Gepta became more enraged, and stepped up his attempts to kill Calrissian. Gepta nearly caught Lando at the StarCave, but was told that the Millennium Falcon had been destroyed in a battle with the Imperial Navy. His anger at having been deprived of causing Lando's death was short-lived, as the smuggler was found assisting the Oswaft. Gepta then threatened to destroy the StarCave and all the Oswaft with the same lifeform he used to destroy Tund, unless Lando agreed to a duel. At the mouth of the ThonBoka, the two adversaries struggle for awhile before Lando was able to shoot Gepta's enlarged form with his stingbeam. This forced Gepta to return to his normal Croke state, at which point much of his sorcerer's wrapping fell from his body. Lando then grabbed Gepta's slug-like body and squeezed it until it ruptured. (LCM, LCF, LCS, NEGC)

this was the eighth planet in the Lazerian System, although some interstellar cataclysm has reduced it to rubble. It now forms an asteroid belt between Lazerian VII and Lazerian IX. (TSK)

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

this burly man served as one of 8t88's henchmen during the years following the Battle of Endor. He wasn't very bright, but made up for it with his brawn. Unfortunately, when Kyle Katarn tracked 8t88 back to Sulon, during his search for the data disk that contained information on the location of the Valley of the jedi, Rol and his companions were killed by Kyle in an effort to capture 8t88. (RAG)

Rol Stone
this was an extremely rare and beautiful gemstone. (SFE)

Rol Two
the Empire maintained a prison facility on this planet, during the early years of the New Order. (AIR)

Rolado, Vyn
this man served the Alliance as a Corporal during the years following the Battle of Yavin. Corporal Rolado led the first Alliance scout team dispatched to the planet Hoth, during the search for a new base. He met with Jonox Forb to discuss the possibilities of using Hoth as a base, and it was on Forb's advice that Rolado investigated the use of tauntauns as mounts. A native of Velmor, Rolado had previous experience riding ycaqts before his family moved to Corellia. He was able to capture a group of tauntauns, and was only able to approach a female after sedating her. This proved to be the turning point, however, as the female soon accepted his companionship. She then used the tauntaun's own form of communication to relay to her companions that the Alliance personnel were friendly. (PH)

Rolai Frac
this Bothan youth attended the Leadership School on Andara, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. He was a scholarship student, and found himself ostracized by the wealthier students. He was chosen to join Gillam Tarturi's small band of mercenaries, and quickly distinguished himself as a leader. Rolai also became the group's security expert and financial officer, and often met with prospective clients to discuss terms. It was later discovered by Anakin Skywalker that Rolai had been working with Rana Halion, of the planet Ieria, to set up a mission in which Berm Tarturi of Andara would be forced to acknowledge the other planets under his representation. The group of students was originally going to simply strafe an Andaran landing platform, but Gillam planned to use the action as a way to "die." He planned to have Anakin be killed in a firefight, ensuring that his body was damaged enough to pass for that of Gillam. The goal of this plan was for Gillam to fake his own death and blame it on his father. Anakin and his Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, were able to thwart Gillam's plans. Rolai, Gillam, and the entire team were expelled from the Leadership School and transported to Coruscant for questioning. (JQ5)

Rolanda Gron
this Klatooinan technologist was part of the team which assisted Jedi Knight Qu Rahn on a variety of rescue and relocation missions, during the Galactic Civil War. During their mission to save the people of Dorlo, the team was captured by the Dark Jedi Jerec and his band of followers. When Rahn refused to submit to Jerec's will, the diminutive being known as Pic killed Gron by stabbing him in the throat with a dagger. (RAG)

this is the primary planet in the Roldalna System. The system is located along the Enarc Run between the Nigel and Ropagi Systems. Its location also marks the beginning of the Enarc Run spur that connects the Seltos System. (TSK)

this man, a native of the planet Aargau, was a Sergeant with Bank of Aargau Security, Limited, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He was on duty at the New Escrow Old Spaceport when Leia Organa and Viscount Tardi arrived on Aargau, as part of a mission to secure a loan for new X-Wing starfighters. He witnessed or investigated the various assassination attempts on Leia's life by Darth Vader's minions, and recommended in his final reports that both Leia and Vader be arrested for breaking one or more of the Three Statutes of Aargau. (PH, MC48)

Rolf Petruma
this being was the President of the Freda during the New Order. He was disgruntled with the lack of progress of Imperial peace talks between the Freda and their neighbors, the Jante, following a Freda attack on Jante holdings on Rett II. Petruma withdrew from the talks and stalled the peace process. (SWJ9)

Rolion Sector
this section of the galaxy was largely controlled by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (RASB)

these predatory creatures, whose name means "horned death" in the Yinchori tongue, scoured the surface of Yinchor in search of food. (LTA6)

native to the planet Yinchorr, this large creature resembled a krayt dragon in many ways. Essentially a big lizard, the rolk-mangir was heavy-set and thick-limbed, giving it a lumbering appearance. Nevertheless, the rolk-mangir was quite fast when on the hunt, and used surprise to catch its prey. Compared to its body, the rolk-mangir's head was quite small, with a toothy mouth surrounded by six stout horns used to spear its prey. Its name was derived from the Yinchorri phrase for "horned death". The average rolk-mangir stood nearly four meters tall, and was quite cunning when it came to stalking it prey. Rolk-mangir lived in small packs, each of which had its own hierarchy and pecking order. (WOTC, ANT)

Roll Call
this news program picked up the story initially written by Cindel Towani for The Life Monitor, detailing the various accounts of New Republic armed forces who fought and died during the Black Fleet Crisis. The article, drafted by Hiram Drayson, was designed to help bolster public support of Leia Organa-Solo. (TT)

Rollem, Xig
this man, a native of the planet Grathus, owned a cantina near one of the planet's larger mud basins. He purchased the Supreme-class droid which was sent to Grathus by mistake, and named it Threna. He then used it as a bartender and bouncer at his cantina, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ10)

this sport is played on a wide, smooth field that is often made from stone or permacrete. (POT)

this meter-long, elusive fish was native to the upper ocean layers of the planet Kamino. Distinguished by the curved spines found along the dorsal and ventral ridges of their bodied, rollerfish were named for the way in which they captured and killed their prey. After grasping prey with their toothy mouths, rollerfish then rolled their bodies around the prey, piercing it with their spines. The primary prey of the rollerfish was the iiaa, or sea mouse. (AOTCN, GORW)

Rolling Slab
see HAVw A6 Juggernaut (SWDB)

this type of candy is lozenge-shaped, and comes in cylindrical packages. They were often mint-flavored. (GG11)

this Gigoran was rsold into slavery to a Sullustan master, where he was befriended by Reina Gale. She was the only being in the slave camps who could speak his language, and Rollos quickly developed a friendship with her. When the Sullustan threatened to injure Reina for being obstinate, Rollos grew angry and destroyed the slave camp. Rollos and Reina then stole the slave master's starship and fled, taking up the life of smugglers and swindlers. (SWJ4)

this gladiator was one of the combatants in the Telosian game of Katharsis, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. (DOR)

Rolo, Andews
the leader of the infamous Spectrader Ring, Rolo was imprisoned by the Empire on Captivity, where he led one group of inmates against Dedelin's group. (RC)

this was the name given to any squat droid which moved about on a thick, single wheel. One of these droids inhabited the slave quarters on Mos Espa, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. (ATPM)

Rolsat Noviee
this Clawdite posed as a Lannik, under the nickname "Rolstone", participating the sport of Pugil until he was exposed by a random blood test, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. Noviee fled Lannik without notice. At the time of his disappearance, he was the highest-paid athlete to ever participate in professional Pugil events. (HNN5)

this gladiator arena was established by the Coynites on their homeworld of Coyn. Combat games were staged each night, especially during holidays and championships. The ultimate winner of all competitions was named Tawws'Kroyn and was revered by all of Coynite society. (OE, PG3)

this Twi'lek male ran a spice operation from the bulk freighter Starmaster, stationed in geosynchronous orbit above Ryloth, during the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Rol'Waran was part of a group of beings who worked for Crev Bombassa and Borga the Hutt. After the fall of Gyndine, Talon Karrde met with Rol'Waran in an effort to gain information on the halting of Hutt business in the Tynnani and Corellian Systems. (JE)

this male Ryn was the leader of a small clan which was stranded on the planet Duro, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Romany was distinguished by the patches of bleached-white fur on his arms and tail. At first, Romany found himself a rival of Mezza, as both clan leaders accused the other of trying to escape Duro and strand the other on the planet. They eventually banded together, ahen the Yuuzhan Vong actually attacked Duro, in an effort to make sure that the refugees escaped. (BP)

this planet, located in the Galov Sector, was known for the Derrbi Wastelands. (SWJ2)

an Ewok scout, Romba was part of the group which prepared defenses against the Imperial AT-STs during the Battle of Endor. (ECAR, CCG10)

according to Ewok legend, this hunter managed to trick the Gorax into eating its own feet in order to escape. (GCG)

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

this tough material was often used to make sturdy dresses and aprons. (POT, LJ1)

Romey, Belyssa
this woman served as an Alliance Major in the 132nd Forward Division, stationed in the Atrivis Sector during the last years of the Galactic Civil War. (MTSE)

Romi Moola
this Twi'lek female fled Jabba the Hutt's fortress shortly after the Battle of Naboo, when her attempt to poison the crimelord failed. She had Jabba's chuba stew laced with poison, but the stew was taste-tested by Jabba's chef before it reached the Hutt. When the chef died, Jabba discovered the treachery, forcing Romi to flee Jabba's fortress. Jabba then issued a bounty on her head, hoping to "question" her about the attempt. She fled to Gardulla the Hutt, but was later captured by Jango Fett. Fett had been trying to gain an audience with Gardulla to question her about the Bando Gora, and captured Romi in Gardulla's fortress. (BH)

this race of humanoid beings was native to the planet Romin. Romins were distinguished by their golden skin and eyes, and their faces were dominated by their wide mouths. The nose of a Romin was flat, and barely raised up from their face. Just before the onset of the Clone Wars, the Romin population was divided into two groups. The minority group was made up of the richest Romins who supported Roy Teda and his dictatorship, turning a blind eye to the fact that criminals were making their homes on the planet. The vast majority of Romins were workers who were exiled from cities like Eliior, forced to live in decaying hovels and shacks. Many of these Romin workers died before adulthood, due to the disease and squalor that dominated their lives. (JQ8)

this planet, the homeworld of the Romin race, was located in the Mid Rim. It was orbited by a single moon. During the years leading up to the Clone Wars, Romin was a haven for criminals and other wanted individuals, after Roy Teda altered the planetary laws and made it impossible to extradite a wanted being from Romin. This law made Teda exceptionally wealthy, since he demanded a high fee for the relative security his planet offered. (JQ8)

this plant, native to Naboo, was known for its wondrous flowers. Many varieties were grown by the Naboo, in different colors and patterns. (T5)

one of several inhabited worlds of the Delantine system, Romm had a small cell of Alliance supporters shortly after the Battle of Yavin. It was here that Stuart Zissu, along with the droids R2-D2, C-3PO, and 4B-X, were directed to go when they were forced to land on Da'nor, after their ship was captured by the Empire. Stuart's father, Trux, had been sent to the system to rally the rebels on Delantine and gain the support of the Romm cell. However, Trux was taken captive in order for Stuart to escape. (SA1)

Romm Zqar
this Yuuzhan Vong Commander was the representative dispatched by the Warmaster, Tsavong Lah, to accept Borsk Fey'lya's surrender at the conclusion of the Second Battle of Coruscant. Romm Zqar was sent instead of Lah himself, as the Yuuzhan Vong anticipated trechery on the Bothan's part. The alien invaders were correct, as Fey'lya set of a series of huge explosions, killing himself and the entire complement of Yuuzhan Vong warriors who had captured him. Romm Zqar died in the blast. Zqar's command ship and two smaller craft were also consumed in the kilometer-wide blsat radius, along with some 25,000 Yuuzhan Vong warriors. (SBS)

the oldest Imperial officer working under Tarkin aboard the first Death Star. He has a number of deep, jagged facial scars, which even laser surgery couldn't repair. He supports Vader's plan to seek out and destroy the heart of the Alliance. (SWN)

Romodi Interstellar
this was one of the largest passenger transportation lines active during the last decades of the Old Republic. Based on Coruscant, Romodi Interstellar was also one of the first transportation providers to expand their fleets as planets such as Ando and Sy Myrth began to secede from the Republic. They recognized that many aliens living on Coruscant would flee the planet to return to their homeworlds after secession, as well as the fact that many natives on worlds which did secede might want to remain allied with the Republic. (HNN4)

a Mugaari cargo ferry destroyed by the Empire shortly after the Battle of Hoth. (TIE)

ROMStat Services
based on Cloud City, this manufacturing operation was one of the largest on the outpost at the time of the Battle of Yavin. (GG2)

this was one of the two moons which orbited the planet Kuat. (CCW)

this alien race was native to the planet Rondai-2. All Rondai were dark-haired, with little variation in hair color across the race. (SOJ)

this was a temperate planet, noted for its mild temperatures and rolling plains. The temperature never dropped below the freezing point, and much of the landscape was flat and open. (SOJ)

this small creature inhabits the planet Kuan. (TIE)

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