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Shlith-Dan
this Arconan criminal is distinguishable by his dark grey skin, which has several deep brown stripes. He is also addicted to salt, as denoted by his golden eyes. His addiction spans most of his life, and his later years have been spent as a dealer in salt, further deepening his dependence. His small criminal empire grew after he migrated into the Minos Cluster, where his black market network is bested only by that of Yerkys ne Dago. He hoped to locate a method of inducing a similar form of addiction in humans, and succeeded during the Galactic Civil War. He discovered a fungus which, when given to the people of Shesharile 5 and 6, created an intense addiction that nearly tore the worlds apart. (GG6)

Shluur
this troupe of percussionists traveled the galaxy during the years leading up to the Clone Wars, putting on a performance that was part music, part spectacle. The rhythms and vocalizations of the group were gathered from many different cultures, making their repertoire eclectic and often exhilarating. (GORW)

Shmus
this was the designation of a Nebulon-B2 frigate that was part of the Alliance's fleet. (TIE)

Sh'ner-class Planetary Assault Carrier
this pointed, oblong Ssi-ruuvi batleship measured 750 meters in length, rivaling the Shree-class cruisers in sheer size. The Sh'ner-class assault ship was essential to any Ssi-ruuvi attack plan, although it was known that only one Sh'ner-class was sent as part of the force which invaded the planet Bakura. The Sh'ner-class was slow and underpowered for the work it was assigned, and thus was protected by Fw'sen-class picket ships and Wurrif-class light cruisers. They have been equipped with weak shields and minimal weaponry - six ion cannons and two tractor beam projectors - which further increases the need for support craft. The primary mission profile of the Sh'ner-class carrier was to drop off D'kee-class landing ships to battle sites. Each Sh'ner-class ship was equipped with six launch bays to handle the twelve D'kee-class ships it carries. The Sh'ner-class was also sparsely crewed for its size. Only 60 Ssi-ruuk form the command crew and man the entechment labs. 500 P'w'eck are used for assistance and manual labor, so the ship was riddled with stun traps. There were also 30 Ssi-ruuk gunners to man the weapons stations. The Sh'ner-class carrier could also transport up to 5,000 metric tons of cargo. (EGV, TBSB)

Shnick, Tecknel
this underworld leader controls much of the shipping that leaves Travnin. (GG6)

Shoals, The
this was the name of one of the first settlements established outside the borders of Bartyn's Landing, on the planet Lamaredd. The Shoals was originally leased by Hugo Bartyn to a group of Quarren workers who wanted to live on their own, yet still remain employed by Bartyn's seafood harvesting operations. Bartyn realized that he could make more money by expanding his base of operations, and later funded several other frontier locations like The Shoals. (GMR7)

Shoame, Trann
this man was the leader of the Qektoth Confederation in the years following the Battle of Endor. Shoame advocated and supported the development of biochemical weapons to use against the weakers races of the galaxy, and tested one of them on the crew of the FarStar. Shoame also negotiated for the rights toseel the biochemical weapon with an unknown agent, trading the weapon for ships from which to unleash the weapon. (KO)

Shoaneb Culu
a blind, humanoid of the Miraluka race, Shoaneb discovered that her race's innate abilities with the Force were quite strong within herself. Against her parents' wishes, she decided to leave her homeworld of Alpherides and seek out training with the Jedi Knights. The journey was hard, as the Force changed on every world she encountered, forcing her to relearn all the skills she had mastered on Alpherides. After a year or so, Shoaneb landed on Ossus, and was apprenticed to the Jedi Master Vodo-Siosk Baas. Baas felt that her insatiable desire to learn more about the Force and the Jedi was really a desire for power, but soon realized that she was extremely curious. However, despite her sensitivity to the Force, Shoaneb struggled to master the basic techniques of controlling it and using it. Lightsaber construction came particularly hard for her, as well as combat. While this might have driven off other students, Shoaneb continued to train, and eventually attained the rank of Jedi Knight. During her studies, which lasted much longer than most of her peers, Shoanbed learned a great deal about the Jedi Prophecies. She attended the Jedi Assembly on Deneba to discuss the Krath. She was killed in the Cron System, when Aleema tried to defeat the Jedi Knights by ripping the core from a Cron star. (FNU, DLS, TOJC)

Sho'ban Do
this near-human, a settler of the planet Pitann, was the runner-up in the presidential election that elevated Chandra Hobat to power in the Kathol Republic. Do believed that Hobat's political stance would ruin the Kathol Republic. He felt that the Republic should remain isolated from the Empire and the New Republic, and maintain its self-sufficiency. At the time Moff Sarne sent Rolf Treidum into the Kathol Outback, disguised as a New Republic fleet, to make trouble, Sho'ban Do's political position was strengthened. Do was a short, barrel-chested person with a wide face, and hoped to name himself the leader of the Kathol Tyranny. He was also the main prponent in the sport of gladiator droid wars, hoping to develop a droid army that he could use against his enemies. (KO)

Shobquix Yards
this starship manufacturer built the Gauntlet and Toscan 8-Q starfighters. (CSA, PP)

Shock Cloth
manufactured by Fabreth Medical Biochemicals, this type of cloth was used to control the effects of trauma. When connected to a medical scanner and wrapped around an injured being, the shock cloth provided warmth and could administer fast-acting medicines through dermal contact, reducing the effects of traumatic shock. The dermal contact was maintained by hundreds of tiny injectors woven into the cloth. (GFT, GMR10)

Shock Cord
this flexible, elastic cord was used by climbers as a safety line. If a being fell from a height, and the shock cord was anchored, it would stretch and give before returning to its original length. This allowed the user to survive an otherwise dangerous fall. (HT)

Shock Grenade
this was the name given to any explosive device that produced shock waves, instead of shrapnel, to cause damage. These devices were similar to pressure bombs. (HSR)

Shock Hauler 33
this small fighter was produced by Incom Industries. It measured 14.5 meters in length, and was armed with four laser cannons. (GMR6)

Shock Lance
this was a form of electropole that was developed during the height of the New Order. The ends were tipped with small power generators that delivered a powerful charge when they struck a target. (SWGAL)

Shock Raiders
this was an elite squadron of Black Sun starfighter pilots. (SSE)

Shock Squadron
this New Republic X-Wing squadron was decimated during the defense of Coruscant against the Yuuzhan Vong. After the alien invaders captured the capital world, the survivors of Shock Squadron were reassigned to the Twin Suns Squadron, under the command of Luke Skywalker. (EL1)

Shock Troopers
this group of red-armored clone troopers was specially trained on the planet Coruscant, rather than on Kamino, in order to serve as the personal guards to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. Much of their development was a closely-guarded secret, although it was later discovered that a group of Kaminoan cloners was transplanted to Coruscant to bring the shock troopers to life. Ostensibly, the shock troopers were part of the Homeworld Security Command. During the final stages of the Clone Wars, the shock troopers were under the command of Commander Thire. After the establishment of the New Order, the shock troopers became the elite Coruscant Guard. (SWDB)

Shockapede
this was a vicious insect known for its stinging bite. (SBS)

Shock-back
one of the offensive positions played during a game of shockball. (SSR)

Shockball
this was an athletic sport in which two teams try to pass a charged orb into their opponent's goal. They used insulated mitts to pass the orb, which generated a nasty shock when it touched exposed flesh. (HSL)

Shockball 3
a game of strategy and skill found in may up-scale casinos. (WSV)

Shockboxing
this sport pitted two combatants against each other in a ring. Both fighters wore specialized boxing gloves. The gloves delivered a random electrical charge when they hit an opponent, with the strength ranging from a light sting to a near-fatal jolt. (HR)

Shocker
this highly-maneuverable combat droid, resembled a winged sphere, was developed by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the early stages of the Clone Wars. The two pairs of wings allowed it to move in tight circles and avoid laser fire, while a dedicated power generator allowed it to fire a burst of intense, electrical energy at its target. In this way, it could incapacitate a living being or overload an electrical system. The primary development facility for shocker droids was hidden on the planet Dagro, until it was destroyed by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker, about a year after the Battle of Geonosis. (SWI77)

Shocker Squadron
this was the dedicated starfighter squadron assigned to protect the Jedi Knights' base on Eclipse, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Later, as the war ground on, Shocker Squadron was recalled to help with the general war effort. (SBS, UF)

Shockprod
this was the name of the traditional Gand staff. Measuring more than three meters in length, the shockprod had one end that was shaped into a forked V. Each of the tines at the end of the shockprod could deliver an intense electrical shock, which often stunned or rendered an opponent unconscious. (UANT)

Shockwave
this spherical concussion missile was produced just before the Clone Wars. It was noted for the way in which the concussion field expanded in a sphere, allowing a ship gunner to fire it the midst of several attackers and have the effects of the blast hit multiple targets. (GMR9)

Shockwave
Harrsk's flagship Imperial-class Star Destroyer, the Shockwave was built at his own hidden shipyards in the Core Systems. The Star Destroyer was ravaged by Teradoc's fleet while Harrsk was discussing unification with Admiral Daala, and exploded while Kratas was on board. (DS)

Shockwave Generator
this was a form of sonic weapon developed by the ancient Mandalorian Crusaders. It used an intense wave of sonic energy create the shockwave, which tore apart a target upon impact. (SWI80)

Shockwhip
this vicious weapon is formed from a thin strand of flexsteel connected to an insulated handgrip. Within the grip is a small power generator, which produces a stunning electric charge through the flexsteel whip whe activated. (SWJ9)

Shodon Ko
this representative of the ancient Navigator's Guild sold the rights to the Goluud Corridor to Ssk Kahorr. Following the loss of the Zeta Five near Primus Goluud, Shodon Ko was murdered - and later eaten - by Ssk Kahorr for his part in the loss. (GAS)

Shodu
this female Ewok was the mate of Deej, and mother to Weechee, Widdle, Wicket, and Winda. Among the Ewoks of Bright Tree Village, Shodu was known for her ability to create special poitons from the various plants and herbs that could be found in the forest. (EA, BFE, SWDB)

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

Shodu
meaning "vengeful", 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)

Shoen, Levi
this Alderaanian woman was the star of the popular holovid series which centered on the character of Queen Jesrella, until she was assassinated by Melo Centris. (WOTC)

Shoengen
this port city was located on the planet Brosi, at the northwestern tip of Shoengen Coast. The city was formed in the delta of the Nihun River. (AIR)

Shoengen Coast
this coastal area was located on the planet Brosi, within the Bay of Sypon. (AIR)

Shoengen Delta
located on the northwestern edge of the Shoengen Coast, this delta formed the mouth of the Nihun River. (AIR)

Shoengen Shores
this was the name of the western coastline of the city of Shoengen, on the planet Brosi. (AIR)

Shofeld
this Alliance intelligence agent was assigned by Lieutenant Commander Zhir-Khan to observe Zayl Braith's movements on Ord Mantell, shortly before the Battle of Hoth. (AIR)

Shogun
this planet was known for its unusual dreamscapes. (SWI80)

Shok Choka
this Yuuzhan Vong warrior was part of the group which invaded the Yag'Dhul system and took control of the massive space station maintained by the Givin. When Anakin Solo challenged Nom Anor to a duel, the Executor turned it down in order to complete his own mission. This action angered the warriors, for a Yuuzhan Vong warrior would be shamed if they turned such a challenge down. Shok Choka took up the challenge, and engaged Anakin in combat. During the battle, Anakin was able to get Shok Choka off-balance, and cleaved his head off with his lightsaber. (EVR)

Shola
the surface of this planet was dotted with large flows of lava, which were continually moving and forming new land masses. The abundance of free-flowing lava dumped large amounts of toxic fumes into the air, forcing any being who walked on the surface to wear a breath mask or other form of protection. (LAWS)

Shol'Arma
this man discovered that the Mon Calamari Leviathan armor could be used by other humanoids, provided that they understood that they had to move about like a Mon Calamari. (GUN)

Shollo
this bounty hunter liked to use the S-3 force cage to transport his prisoners, but once gave a captive a datapad with some fiction to read. The resourceful captive used its circuitry to bypass the force cage's shocking system, allowing him to escape. (GUN)

Shome Trahan
this was the name of a noted Woostoid individual. (UANT)

Shomu, Mont
this was one of the aliases adopted by the spy Kaird, during the time he spent on the planet Drongar, during the height of the Clone Wars. Shomu was a corpulent human, and the costume was effective because it completely masked Kaird's true form. It was Shomu who provided Ord Vorra with a copy of the latest broadcast of Galactic Sports Update, which chronicled the Strag Sector Match Championship. Kaird counted on the fact that Vorra would bring her boyfriend, Biggs Bogan, to view the recording, which would allow Kaird to disable Bogan and obtain control of Admiral Erel Kersos' shuttle. (MJH)

Shont, Kena
an employee of BioTech, Kena Shont was also an Alliance supporter. Shont downloaded data copied by Doctor Saren Llalik and transmitted it to a nearby Alliance base. (CRO)

Shook
this feline predator was native to the planet Carratos. It lived in the trees, and often ambushed its prey from above. These creatures were characterized by the heavy tusk at each corner of their mouth, and their long, pointed ears. (EGP)

Shoolbloorp
this is the Ergesh name for the ceremonial swamplands in which the Ergesh mating ritual takes place. The seeds of two Ergesh are planted here during reproduction. Literally translated, the word shoolbloorp meant "land of beginnings." (PG2, AE)

Shool's Club
one of the Clubs owned by Ace Lorle on Demophon, it was used by Alliance agents as a meeting place. (SN)

Shoon-mi Esh
this was one of the small group of Shamed Ones who lived beneath the surface of Coruscant, after the planet had been transformed into a likeness of Yuuzhan'tar. Shoon-mi was a creche'-brother to Niiriit Esh, and was one of the few Shamed Ones who lived independently, away from groups like that led by Vuurok I'pan. Like the other Shamed ones, though, Shoon-mi believed that the Jedi Knights were not abominations, but saviors of the Shamed Ones and symbols of the new ideology which should be embraced by the Yuuzhan Vong. For this reason, their band remained small, in case they were captured by the Yuuzhan Vong warriors. This ensured that their small cult of Jedi followers would never be fully discovered. Shoon-mi was also devoted to protecting his sister Niiriit, who wasn't so independent that she refused his help. Unfortunately for the small group, they were discovered, and a group of Yuuzhan Vong warriors destroyed most of them. Shooni-mi, along with Nom Anor and Kunra, managed to survive the raids. Shoon-mi agreed to work with Nom Anor to ensure their further survival, as the former Executor adopted the name Yu'shaa and began to spread The Message to the Shamed Ones of Coruscant. However, unknown to Nom Anor, Shoon-Mi had begun to doubt the Prophet's dedication to The Message, and came to feel that Nom Anor was offering the Shamed Ones one form of servitude for another. In a bold attempt, Shoon-Mi and several other Shamed Ones loyal to him tried to assassinate Nom Anor. He hoped to kill the former Executor and, using an ooglith masquer, pretend to be the Prophet until such time as he could reveal himself. As Shoon-Mi tried to stab Nom Anor with a coufee, Kunra discovered the plot and stabbed Shoon-Mi in the back, severing his spinal column. Nom Anor, having survived the attack, then suffocated the remaining life from Shoon-Mi's body. (FH1, FH3)

Shoosha, Bann
this man, a native of the planet Brentaal, was a noted composer during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. His Vissencant Variations were written about his family's escape from Brentaal during the early stages of the Clone Wars. (MJH)

Shoot First
this was the signature song played by the band Proton Overload. (WSV)

Shoot-back Blaster
this type of starship weapon was developed in the wake of the Galactic Civil War. When the ship it is attached to is shot at, the blaster pops up from its concealed port and fires back at the attacker, aiming in the general direction the initial shot came from. (CTD)

Shootcrawler
this Charon bio-construct was a modified version of the basic Charon body structure. They had the spider-like body of a Charon warrior, but also had a blaster built into their exoskeletal armor. (OS)

Shooter
the nickname of one of Leia Organa-Solo's bodyguards, Shooter followed her wherever she went. He was heavily armed and armored, and his role was to come between anyone wanting to harm the President. (BTS)

Shootfirst
this was the nickname used by Eelo Begraas to describe his astromech droid, R6-A1. (WOTC)

Shooting Gallery
an outlawed version of the Kessel Run obstacle used in swoopchasing races, the Shooting Gallery employed real laser cannons to fire randomly along the straightaway. (BSS)

Shooting Star
this Alliance Corona-class frigate collided with the Endor after a mistimed hyperspace jump. The jump was part of a fleet exercise, and all hands on both ships were lost. It became an object lesson for all New Republic fleets, highlighting the need for perfect execution of fleet maneuvers. (SOL)

Shooting Star
this was an Alliance-owned Nebulon-B frigate, active during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (JKG3)

Shooting Star
this was another name for Koensayr's VGK-3 heavy assault starfighter. (SWJ6)

Shooting Star
this was Adi Gallia's callsign, used whenever she was dispatched on a mission by the Jedi Council. (SWI81)

Shopani System
this Tapani Sector star system was part of the holdings of House Cadriaan during the New Order. (LOE)

Shopper's Round
this location of shops and open-air bazaars surrounded Circle Park, in Tasariq City. (SWJ15)

Shoppingland
this major retail outlet is located in the center of Lola Curich starport, and has everything a tourist to the planet Lianna could need. (ML)

Shor
this Shyriiwook word was used as the prefix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "fierce" or "lethal", and could be combined with one or more suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

Shoran
this male Wookie is one of Chewbacca's many relatives. It was Shoran who received a transmission from Leia Organa-Solo describing the capture of Han Solo by the Yevetha. Shoran and Freyrr tracked Chewie down, during Lumpawarumps Test of Ascension, to recall the Wookiee to his duty. Shoran, along with Dryanta, Jowdrrl, and Lumpawarump, went with Chewbacca to rescue Solo. When the Wookiees attacked the Pride of Yevetha, Shoran and Chewbacca went in first. During the initial firefight, Shoran was gravely injured by a blaster bolt. Shoran was brought back to the Millennium Falcon by Chewbacca, but was unable to recover despite the ministrations of the New Republic. He died after being treated on the Intrepid. (RD, TT)

Shorda'ki
this was the Tarasinese word used to describe one of the most solemn and powerful of all the Tarasin rites. By invoking the shorda'ki, the Tarasin expended a great deal of strength - both physcial and mental - to ensure the very survival of their species. History only recorded two invocations of the shorda'ki, once during the wars that nearly destroyed the ancient Tarasin, and another during the height of the Clone Wars. This latter invocation was performed in preparation for the tarana-te'sath, which the Tarasin believed was about to occur after discussions with a strange Human Jedi Knight. This Jedi agreed to help train the younger generation of Tarasin to connect with the Force, but this required that the elders begin to relinquish their power in order to concentrate the Force among the young. (LFCW)

Shore Patrol
this branch of the Gungan Grand Army was charged with ensuring that no invaders entered the water and discovered the location of the Gungan cities. (E1A10)

Shorg, Kirla
this man was a soldier in the Old Republic military, and was part of the task force dispatched by Colonel Jir Tramsig to recover the head of the protocol droid L80-RC. (WOA4)

Shoribus
this was the capital city of the planet Kabal. (HNN4)

Short
this was the name used by Gaph and R'vanna to describe the shorter of the two humans who approached them to forge a series of transport vouchers for refugees on Ruan. Working with his partner, known only as Tall, Short transported his charges aboard the freighter Trevee. (JE)

Shortgrass
this pink-bladed grass was native to the planet Drongar, and was the only true form of grass that grew on the planet. (MBS)

Shorthoppers
this was the name of the squadron of Howlrunners and Vigilance Interceptors which supported the Jolly Man during its hunt for a Yuuzhan Vong yammosk. (SBS)

Shorts
this was another name for the Utai race, referring to both their short stature and their short lifespans. (E3N)

Short-term Memory Enhancement
a technique used by the Jedi Knights to capture and replay recent events at a later time. (SWSB)

Shortwave
this was Han Solo's nickname for Jae Juun. (DN1)

Shorty
this astromech droid was located on Cloud City during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Shorty was secretly an Alliance agent, and was on Cloud City to help refugees reach Alliance safeworlds. (WOA9)

Shosk'irid
this mercenary favored personal body armor that was developed for unique, alien physiologies. (GUN)

Shotaleve, Byll
this man was a resort owner who saw business drop off sharply during the Separatist crisis which shook the Old Republic, just before the Clone Wars. His properties were scattered across the beaches of the planet Amfar, and he saw the beaches reclaimed by redfish after the lack of tourists meant the beaches were empty. (HNN5)

Shotarr Kass
this Tunroth warrior was orphaned by the Reslian Purge. He chose to train as a hunter in order to maintain as much of his species' culture and history as possible. Well educated in Wookiee culture as well as that of the Tunroth, Shotarr eventually was employed by the Nalroni crimelord Sprax as a personal bodyguard. He earned the nickname "The Strap" because Shotarr preferred to wear leather jerkins. Shotarr was not part of Sprax's own security force, and was often left out of many operations he felt should have been his work. This troubled him, but his loyalty to Sprax never wavered, even when Black Sun chose Ket Maliss to wipe out the Disac pirates and not himself. (SSR)

Shotel
this was one of the many Strike-class cruisers that made up the front lines of the Imperial Naval fleet. (TIE)

Shoten Lounge
this bar and recreation area was located on the luxury liner Stellar Mermaid. It was considered something of a spacers' bar, despite its setting on the luxurious ship. (POC)

Shotgun
a Nharwaak CR90 corvette destroyed by the Empire when it raided the Nharwaak base. (TIE)

Shoti, Harissa
this woman was one of the most popular holo-drama stars during the last years of the Old Republic. She was under contract to Kailio Entertainment during the years leading up to the Clone Wars, and was rumored to have been the actress chosen to portray Jonava Billane in a holo-drama based on the life of Ludi Billane. (HNN4)

Shoto Eyefire
this Shistavenan Wolfman took control of Horn Station and used it to fund his own criminal activities during the last decades of the Old Republic. Shoto was also an infamous blastfighter. He met his match, though, when an anonymous Jedi Knight posed as a scared rock miner with a quick draw. Shoto ordered his goons to bring the miner in, then challenged him to a duel. Shoto stacked the odds in his favor, wearing a suit of blast armor and arming his best thugs to guard against any treachery. However, the Jedi's reflexes were too good, and his aim was too precise. Shoto was shot in both knees and his gun hand before he could even get a single shot off, and the Jedi quickly neutralized the armed thugs before escaping. Shoto was forced to flee Horn Station in order to receive medical attention, and the planet was restored to freedom. (T2)

Shott
this man, an Admiral, was a noted criminal who was active during the years following the Battle of Naboo. He was implicated in the distribution of illegal holograms with Gabo the Wicked, but never arrested. (BH)

Shouldersculp
an ornamental form of art worn at the shoulder of a female's dress. (DFR)

Show, The
this was a slang term used by starfighter pilots to describe a space battle. (HSE)

Showalter
a Captain serving the New Republic Intelligence agency, he greets Luke Skywalker and Lando Calrissian when they return from their discovery of Thrackan Sal-Solo's interdiction field. He is a young man, with pale skin and a heavy-set, muscular body. Is this the same man as Showolter, who appears during the New Jedi Order? (AS)

Showcase Formation
this is the basic New Republic Naval fleet formation used when entering a system in preparation for war. It provides the most imposing view of the fleet, and is primarily for display purposes only. Once the battle is joined, the formation is broken up in favor of more tactically-efficient formations. (TT)

Shower of the Way
this was another name for the Mindharp that was built by the ancient Sharu. (LCM)

Shownar
this planet, locate in Parmic Sector, is composed mainly of vertag crystal. This creates a uniquely beautiful landscape of stunning crystalline vistas. It is located near the Torch Nebula, whose eerie glow lights up the planet's nighttime hours. The average day on Shownar lasts 25 standard hours, and its year encompasses 370 local days. (GG9)

Shownar Lullaby
this odd music is created by the wind blowing thourgh the vertag crystal spires on the planet Shownar. (GG9)

Showolter
this New Republic Major was placed in charge of the mission to bring the Yuuzhan Vong priestess Elan to a facility on Wayland, where the New Republic could interview her. Showolter was a former member of the Alliance military intelligence agency, and he often played the part of an Imperial officer while on a mission. His muscular physique gave him the right body to blend in the the Imperials, but became a liability after the Battle of Endor. Then, while working for the New Republic, his thick body made him stand out more. This led to his promotion into more of a supervisory role, which he held at the time the Yuuzhan Vong launched their invasion. Showolter and Elan made it to Wayland without a problem, but the Yuuzhan Vong launched a false "assassination" attempt on Elan's life after they arrived at Wayland. Their location was given away by Elan's familiar, Vergere, and forced Showolter to book transport for them to Coruscant. Traveling as a couple - with Elan wearing an ooglith masquer to appear human - they boarded the Queen of Empire in order to return to the Core. Unfortunately, the Peace Brigade learned of the undercover operation from a well-placed spy in the New Republic, and intercepted the luxury cruiser. In an attempt to save Elan's life, Showolter took blaster fire from the Peace Brigade's mercenaries. Badly injured, he was forced to turn Elan and Vergere over to Han Solo. Showolter eventually recovered from his injuries. (HT, NJOSB)

SHPA-C
this version of the Self-Propelled Heavy Artillery-Turbolaser tank, developed by the Old Republic to support the Army of the Republic, featured a concussion missile launcher in place of the turbolaser. (SWI64)

Shrag Brothers
sneak-thieves on Nar Shaddaa. (DE1)

S'hrah
this man was a noted doctor who taught medicine to the interns who did their residency at the Coruscant Medical Hospital during the last decades of the Old Republic. An irascible man, Doctor S'hrah had little patience for non-medical disciplines. He would yell at his students when they tried to branch out or apply medicine to other uses, screaming that they were doctors, not some other profession. (MBS)

Shrail
this baked, sweet bread was popular on the planet Garos IV. (SWJ5)

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