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Rujo
this silver-furred beast was native to the planet Annaj, and was domesticated for use as a mount and pack animal. The four-legged rujos were eventually exported to other worlds in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. (GMR9)

Ruk
one of the family names used by the Bothan people, it literally meant "warrior". (GCG, WOTC)

Ruke Chowall
this Quarren worked as the editor of the newsnet Bends during the last decades of the Old Republic. He publicly denounced the work of Senator Tundra Dowmeia, proclaiming the Senator to be "a tool of both the Old Republic and the Mon Calamari" who would sell out his people for a few credits. (SWI73)

Rukh
this Noghri was a member of clan Baikh'vair, and was the successor to Ir'khaim as Grand Admiral Thrawn's personal bodyguard, during the early years of the New Republic. Following Leia Organa Solo's mission to Honoghr and the dynasts' message about the falsehoods the Noghri had endured under Darth Vader, Rukh began to question his loyalty to Thrawn. When Thrawn was finally defeated at Bilbringi, Rukh used the first opportunity he found to drive a knife into Thrawn's alien heart. He tried to flee the Chimaera, but was caught and executed by Major Tierce's stormtrooper unit. (HTTE, TLC, SOP, TTSB)

Rukil
this being was one of the many inhabitants of the Lower City of Taris who believed in the existence of the Promised Land. Rukil and his apprentices from among the ranks of he Outcasts searched for the Promised Land during the years surrounding the Great Sith War. He was disheartened when his apprentice, Malya, was killed in the Undercity, although her body was eventually returned to him. The Jedi Knights who discovered her body helped Rukil locate several of her journals, but he was unable to pinpoint the exact location of the entrance to the Promised Land. (KOTOR)

Ruku Koof
this female Rodian was part of a triumverate of Rodians who controlled a small corporation at the height of the New Order. Ruku was not xenophobic, and was friendly in the company of humans and other aliens. She disliked Mannee Swaano, and did her best to outdo him in the presence of their boss, Teeko Soonca. (SPG)

Rul
this female name was common among the Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

Rul
one of the family names used by the Bothan people, it literally meant "mechanic" or, more specifically, "one who repairs machines". (GCG, WOTC)

Rula
Smuggler captain in charge of the convoy that was attacked by Hapans during Han's early smuggling days. (CPL)

Rulaan Prolik
this polymorphic being was a noted criminal who hid on the planet Kashyyyk, more than 4,000 years before the Battle of Endor. He was eventually caught and killed by a group of Jedi Knights, after he began impersonating several known Wookiees who had disappeared in the Shadowlands. (KOTOR)

Rulaarian Pleasure Yacht
this was a small, bullet-shaped yacht which was popular among playboys and flambouyant gamblers during the height of the New Order. (MC20)

Rulacamp
this elderly woman served as a baymaster at the primary spaceport facility on the planet Aphran IV, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (EL2)

Rule by Fear
the doctrine of imposing rule on a population, not with direct force, but with the threat of direct force. This doctrine was proposed by Moff Willhuf Tarkin, and also bears the title The Tarkin Doctrine. Emperor Palpatine embraced the theory behind the doctrine, and built his forces accordingly. Huge Star Destroyers, lumbering AT-AT walkers, and even the full body armor of Darth Vader were all parts of the Emperor's implementation. (SCRE)

Rule of Feather and Bowl
according to the Cosmic Balance and the leadership of the Zanazi, the Rule of Feather and Bowl was established to ensure the balance of the galaxy was maintained at the level of individual families. Families who worshipped the Cosmic Balance strived to have their children in pairs, as befitting an even-numbered - and, thus, balanced - family unit. During their teenage years, the two children were given aptitude tests. The more promising child received a white feather, while the other received a golden bowl. The so-called Child of the Bowl was then placed in a communal Simple Home, while the Child of the Feather remained in the Bakuran society and received educational funding from the Zanazi. (GORW)

Rule of Simple Solutions
this was the term used to describe a tenet that many races embraced over the millennia. Under this rule, when a situation presented a being with many complex possibilities, it was often the simplest solution that was the right one. (MBS)

Rule of the Strong
this was the tenet by which the Sith Lord Kaan and his followers approached the domination of the galaxy. Rather than heeding the wishes of Darth Bane and reducing the Sith to a single pair - under the Rule of Two, only a Master and an Apprentice could exist at any one time - Lord Kaan and his followers believed in the strength of numbers, despite the historical evidence that too many Sith eventually destroyed themselves. The Rule of the Strong was finally abandoned in the wake of the Light and Darkness War and the Battle of Ruusan, when Lord Kaan and his followers were obliterated by their thought bomb. (WOTC)

Rule of Two
this was the name, used by the Jedi Order, to describe the basic tenet of the Sith, which was implemented in the wake of the Battle of Ruusan. Under the Rule of Two, there could only be two Sith in power at any time in the galaxy: a Master and an apprentice. Adherence to this rule would ensure that the Sith never became the greedy, power-hungry mob they were during the Light and Darkness War, but could grow strong in secrecy until they had enough power to take control of the galaxy. (WOTC)

Rule, Dherik
this man was a detective in the Taung Heights constabulary, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Rule was dispatched to investigate Latika Garboren's claim of finding a Sith icon in a dollop of pastebread. (HNN4)

Rulebook
this slang term was used by many beings who lived in criminal organizations, and referred to a blaster weapon. It derived from the phrase "making your own rules" by taking the law into your own hands and enforcing it at blaster-point. (PG3)

Rules of Engagement
this doctrine, developed by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic, discussed the many ways in which a situation could be addressed by a Jedi in the field. The fifth rule stated that a Jedi must understand the dark and light in all things. The sixth stated a Jedi must learn to see things accurately. The seventh rule required the Jedi to open his or her eyes to what is not evident in the situation. The eighth rule urged the Jedi to exercise caution, even in trivial matters. (COD)

Rules of the Blade
part of the set of laws and regulations established for pirate gangs by Arvo Norstrag, the Rules of the Blade described the various forms of challenges and duels which could be initiated between two combatants. The three basic forms of combat allowed under the Rules of the Blade were Tente, Negate, and Rigora. (SWJ5)

Rulffe
this New Republic junior surveyor was part of the crew of the Astrolabe, which was shot down near Doornik-1142. (BTS)

Ruling Circle
this was the name given to the leadership of the Chiss Ascendancy. (DN1)

Ruling Council
this New Republic governmental body was originally part of the Provisional government. Much of its power had been dispersed during Leia Organa-Solo's tenure as Chief of State, as the Senate began to create fully-function councils. The primary power retained by the Ruling Council was the ability to remove a Chief of State who had become too powerful. This power had never been used, until the Yevethan Purge forced them to consider Leia's presidency. (SOL)

Ruling Council
this was the name used to describe Kamino's primary governing body. (IWE2)

Ruling Power
this was the name given to the government of the planet Euceron. The Ruling Power spent much of its budget on the planetary security force that maintained control on the planet, therby ensuring that the population was repressed enough to disregard thoughts of rebellion. The Ruling Power was made up of ten members, each of which had a vote in the formation of laws and regulations. Each member went simply by the name 'Ruler', with their position on the council added on (Ruler Three, for example). Much of the Ruling Power's activities were meant to intimidate the Eucerons into obeying the law, with little regard for individual freedoms. (JQ3)

Rull
this Ebranite clan (or thildas) had a long-standing rivalry with the Jih-tan clan. The Rull clan's insignia portrayed a hag'thyyr engulfed in flame and wielding a spear. (GG12, SWJ11)

Rullak
this male Quarren worked for Nolaa Tarkona and the Diversity Alliance. He died in the Imperial storehouse of viruses which contained the Emperor's Plague. (TEP)

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

Rum Sleg
this bounty hunter was working in Mos Espa, on the planet Tatooine, during the last decades of the Old Republic, and attended the Boonta Eve Classic podrace which was won by Anakin Skywalker. Rum Sleg had a skeletal appearance, but only his face was visible from his full-body, armored flightsuit. (YJC6)

Rumble-pins
a game played in Jabba the Hutt's palace. (TJP)

Rumbo, Crizby
this fat, red-faced man was the Vice President of Cosmohaul Shipping. He and his staff assistant Felben Cuplatt hired a group of what he called "freelance marines" to combat the rash of piracy which plagued Cosmohaul's transport ships. The New Republic had provided X-Wings to escort the company's cargo ships, but military demands forced the Republic to recall the X-Wings. The pirates turned out to be Xalto Sneerzick and his followers, but they were ultimately foiled by Rumbo's "marines." (SWJ9)

Rumen
this was the Gorothite term for the smaller of their two stomachs. (GSE)

Rummy Tonic
an alcoholic beverage. (TJP)

Rumun
this was a common name given to male Duros children. The name Rumun came from the term meaning "strong voice". (GCG)

Run Ashore
this was a term used by the commanders and instructors of the Grand Army of the Republic to describe any downtime that clone troopers and commandos could experience in between combat. The official description of a "run ashore" was a "social adventure", meant to introduce the clones to the beings they were trying to protect during the Clone Wars. (SWI81)

Runaway Droid Ride
this was the popular name given to the planned escape of a huge number of droids from the spice processing centers of Kessel. Led by the former protocol droid known as Squeaky, many of the droids on Kessel began boarding a freighter, They did so in small numbers, but none of them ever left the ship. Before the ship could be loaded with spice, Squeaky reprogrammed the autopilot to head west from the processing plant, then shoot into the atmosphere and jump out of the system. However, the autopilot wound up in a series of canyons, and the droids were jostled and bounced around until they were free of the canyons and into space. (WS)

Runaway Prince
this planet, located deep in Hutt Space, was reformed by the Yuuzhan Vong as a breeding ground for yorik coral and villips. (JE)

Runcart
an underground transport sled developed by the Selonians. (AS)

Runck Das
this Yuuzhan Vong warrior was the only survivor of the group which pursued Corran Horn and his infiltration team on Garqi. Despite the implication of cowardise his survival might imply, Das was ordered by his commander, Krag Val, to return to Shedao Shai and tell their commander about the strange reaction of vonduun crab armor to the pollen of the bafforr tree. (DTR)

Rundee
this Huttese word translated into Basic as "activate." (GMR5)

Rune
this was the alias used by one of two Almas Academy Jedi - the other was simply known as Nute - who approached Yara Grugara about doing an interview on the current state of the galaxy, in the wake of the Clone Wars and the formation of the first Galactic Empire. The two Jedi, under visual and audio anonymity, tried to explain why the balance of the Force had been upset by the rise to power of Emperor Palpatine. Rune's position was that the Jedi Order may have brought about its own destruction by refusing to acknowledge that the Force had a Light Side and a Dark Side. By teaching Padawans only about the Light Side, the Jedi created an artificial imbalance in the Force. Rune became upset when Nute tried to deflect this line of reasoning as unnecessarily fatalistic, especially when Yara questioned whether or not the Jedi should have taught their students more about the Sith. When Rune agreed with this statement, Nute boisterously disagreed, which further raised Rune's emotions. Nute then tried to explain that the Jedi were only concerned with doing was was right, and Rune's emotional control broke. He drew on power from the Dark Side of the Force and tried to strangle Nute, and Yara was powerless to intervene. The broadcast ended with Rune screaming at Nute about balance, as Nute struggled to draw a breath. (LFCW)

Rune Haako
this Neimoidian served as a Trade Federation settlement officer and legal counsel, and was Nute Gunray's lieutenant during the time leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Known as a ruthless businessbeing who viewed his associates as enemies, Haako was the only one of the Neimoidian leaders to ever have encountered the Jedi Knights. Rune Haako strongly disliked direct confrontation, and developed skills in stealthy attacks as a result. During the search for Hath Monchar, it was Haako who suggested to Gunray that they employ Mahwi Lihnn to hunt the rogue Neimoidian down. Later, after the blockade of Naboo had been started, he was extremely distrubed to learn that Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi had been dispatched to Naboo. When Darth Sidious had Daultay Dofine demoted for questioning his plans, Haako was promoted into Dofine's position. Together, Haako and Gunray managed to carry out the Sith Lord's plans agains the Naboo and the Gungans, but were unable to completely control the planet. They were captured during the Battle of Naboo by Queen Amidala and her forces, and were returned to Coruscant for trial. Like the rest of the Trade Federation's leadership, Rune Haako was allowed to go free after what amounted to a slap on the wrist, much to the dismay of the inhabitants of Naboo. In the wake of the Republic's victory at the Battle of Geonosis, Rune Haako fled with Nute Gunray and the Separatist leaders to several remote worlds, always trying to remain one step ahead of their Jedi pursuers. After hiding on Utapau under the protection of General Grievous, the Separatists were taken to Mustafar. It was there, after Darth Sidious finally lured Anakin Skywalker to the Darth Side of the Force, that the Separatist leaders met their deaths. Skywalker was dispatched to Mustafar by Sidious himself, with orders to eliminate them. Skywalker eventually killed Haako, before setting off after the rest of the Separatist leaders. Rune Haako was acted by Jerome Blake and voiced by James Taylor in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. (SW1, IG1, DMSH, SON, CCG15, IS3)

Runi
this was a Romin delicacy, often served on a skewer. (JQ8)

Runk
this Kitonak name was common across Kirdo III. (UANT)

Runka
an modified Corvette used to smuggle stolen Imperial goods into the Sepan System, it was captured by the Empire during the Sepan Civil War. (TIE)

Runkara
this was a distniguished member of the Pacithhip society. (UANT)

Runner
a Habeen transport ship operative during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Running Crimson Flightknife
this was the squadron of Yedagonian fighters led by Wedge Antilles and Tycho Celchu into battle against the forces of the Cartann nation. Tycho was shot down during the battle, but survived and was rescued. (SOA)

Running in the Dark
this song, written and played by Annadale Fayde, first appeared on the compilation Emotional Hostages. (GG9)

Running the Belt
see Lando's Folly (NJOSB)

Running the Blockade: Escape from Yavin
this was one of the many historical holovids that were produced during the era of the New Republic, chronicling the exploits of the heroes of the Galactic Civil War. This particular holovid told the story of Han Solo's daring during the months that followed the Battle of Yavin, as the Alliance sought to escape from their base on Yavin 4 and relocate to Hoth. (DN1)

Runnor
this was one of the six major continents found on the planet Celanon. (PG1)

Runyip
a creature native to Yavin 4, the runyip was a massive, clumsy forager. This shaggy-furred beast had a nasty temper, and was very stubborn. It used its flexible nose to dig out plant roots for food. A similar herbivore, considered by many xenobiologists to be the root-stock of the runyip, lived on the planet Tran Mariel. They had a distinctive green and brown pelt. (GG2, DA, GG, ROE, WSW)

Ruori
this avian beast was native to the planet Zuliria, and was often used as a mount by the locals. (AIR)

Rupin Tree
found on the planet Aruza, these trees seem to breathe and sigh as they sway in the wind. When touched, the rupin tree reacts vocally. A light touch will bring more of the lulling sughs, while a sharp bump or chop will elicit a loud shout. (TBH)

Rur
this individual was the former High Shaman of the Order of the Terrible Glare. He was the sole survivor of the war with the Jedi Knights that wiped out the Order. A humanoid with thick cranial nodules on his bald pate, Rur placed an image of himself within the Portal Desolate on Garn, in order to guard the Order's secrets and exact a future revenge on the Jedi. He placed his image within a computerm and left it on standby, waiting for the Jedi to return. When Luke Skywalker discovered the Portal sometime after the Battle of Yavin, Rur demanded information on the Jedi. Luke told him that a great deal of time had passed since the creation of the Portal, and that Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader had purged the galaxy of the Jedi. The computer which generated Rur's image was unable to reconcile the huge gulf of time that elapsed, or the fact that the Jedi was gone. The computer overloaded and exploded, destroying the last vestiges of Rur. (CSWDW)

Rurgavean Sleight
this was the name of an obscure military tactic in which a party appeared to be helpful to one side of the conflict, but was actually pretending in order to allow a hidden agent to infiltrate and cause damage. (DN2)

Ruris Plin
this Rodian playwright worked with Hishinu Booj and Onaconda Farr to write The Trickery of Vosdia Nooma, shortly before the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Rurk
this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, Rurk was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. The exact meaning of this name has been lost over time, but it was believed that it meant "sailor". (GCG)

Rurra
this was one of the many names given to female Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "funny" or "witty." (GCG, WOTC)

Rurrrrruu urrubuuuu?
this was a phrase used by the members of the Colony to ask another being if they were all right. (DN1)

Rurylis
this flowering plant was native to the planet Bursoll II. The pollen of the flower was known to cause hallicunations and other psychoactive effects when inhaled. (GORW)

Rus, Beyla
this man, a native of the planet Tibro, was known as the "Gentleman Pirate." He and his band of mercenaries preyed primaily on merchant ships, and never killed anyone. They always set their weapons to stun, and stole cargoes and not lives. Rus' pirates remained neutral during the Galactic Civil War, but began ambushing New Republic vessels after the Battle of Endor. His claim was "to the victor goes the spoils - and then I take them for myself." (WBC)

Rusc'te
this warm beverage was a staple on the planet Exocron, and was often drank in the mid-afternoon. (VOF)

Ruse
this deadly virus was produced by the Empire, during the early years of the New Order. Governor Koong tested it by spraying it over the Umboo province of Roon. Luckily for the natives of Roon, Nilz Yomm was able to discover the cure and eradicate the virus. (DCAR)

Rush
a highly-charged, carbonated beverage, Rush contained enough natural stimulants to keep the average human wide awake for several days. (TFNR)

Rush Gas
this chemical is used in warfare to disable an enemy from afar. (POT)

Rusha
this was the diplomatic ambassador of the planet Eckless, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. She was an old, white-haired woman with reddish skin and a suspicious nature. She spent much of her life trying to recover the Black Sphere from Hahz Fallone, whom she claimed destroyed her people and her planet. Her dead body was discovered the bounty hunters who had been hired to locate the stone, in the Gold Plaza in Iritisa. (ND)

Rushing
this man was a member of the Royal Naboo Security Force when the Trade Federation began its invasion and blockade of the Naboo System. His wife and children were among the first of the Naboo to be captured by the Federation's battle droids. (CCG15)

Rusk
this male humanoid was Cabrool Nuum's hot-tempered son. Rusk convinced Jabba the Hutt to kill Cabrool Nuum in his sleep, then assumed control of his father's empire. He ordered Jabba to kill Vu Chusker, to eliminate any opposition to his assumption of his father's position, but Jabba refused. Rusk had Jabba imprisoned, but Norba released the Hutt, and the two agreed to kill Rusk. Jabba throttled Rusk enough to keep him alive while he jumped on top of the helpless humanoid, squashing him into a pulp. (JTH)

Ruskor Votaran
this was the name of one the few Tarro who were living in the galaxy during the early years of the New Republic. (UANT)

Russok
this Trandoshanwas the founder and first administrator of the city of Nub Saar, which was built in the atmosphere of the planet Genarius. Russok was a stern being who ordered round-the-clock work on construction in order to have the floating city ready for occupancy ahead of schedule. He drew people to the station with claims of the unlimited potential for wealth in mining the gas clouds. However, Russok and his people were unprepared for the radiation storms which swept across the planet, and he died in the intense storm which nealry destroyed the city. (LFC)

Rust Gardens
a metallic, artificial common area found on the planet Ronyards. (CSWDW)

Rust Rat
the nickname given to any member of the lowest social class on the planet Reuss VIII. (GG9)

Rusted Cutlass
this battered corvette served as the primary pirate ship of Mendel Cutter, during the last years of the Old Republic. It was believed that Cutter attached the ship to the Zirtran's Anchor space station, but there was no record of it when the station emerged from hyperspace near the Phosphura Belt Nebula. (SWJ5)

Rusted Cutlass II
this old starship section of Zirtran's Anchor formed the base of operations for the Phosphura Belt Pirates. A bulbous, creaking hulk of an old freighter, the Rusted Cutlass II was part of the space station's Delta Sector, and was a haven for all manner of pirates. It was originally named in honor of Mendel Cutter's battered corvette, the Rusted Cutlass, which was believed to have been part of Zirtran's Anchor before the station fled into hyperspace after being occupied by Imperial forces. (SWJ5)

Rusti
this obsolete RST-series translator droid was given to Bungo Bung as a reward for services rendered by the Mephout. (SWJ11)

Rustibar
a planet subjugated by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War, Sulamar falsely attributed the Empire's success to himself. (DS)

Rustle Snake
a type of snake that sheds its skin in two pieces, split down its length. (COTF)

Rusty
this man, a native of the planet Omman, was a friend of Tait Ransom. Rusty worked for Seth at the planet's primary starport, and helped Tait escape from Imperial captivity, along with Karl Ancher and Drake Paulsen. (SWJ3)

Rusty
this was a nickname used by Han Solo to describe Bollux. (HSE)

Rusty Bucket, The
this bar was located in the city of Takari, on Iyuta, but it burned down shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (SWCP)

Rusty Eagle
this winged Alliance transport craft was used to deliver small vehicles and troops to the surface of a planet. (FC)

Rutal 4
Ry-Kooda's base was located on this primitive, backwater world. It was located in the Fferon System. (BF)

Rutan
several centuries before the Battle of Naboo, the natives of this temperate planet decided to relieve the pressures of a growing population by colonizing the planet's primary neighbor, Senali. In a violent and catastrophic civil war, Senali won its independence in a stunning upset. However, the war left both worlds devastated. The government of Rutan agreed to recognize Senali as a unique world, and both agreed to work together for peace. In an effort to continue the peace, it was agreed that the first-born child of each generation of the ruling houses on both worlds would travel to the other world once they reached the age of seven. They would remain on the other planet for nine years, learning about the other society. During this time, the children were allowed to receive visitors from, and occasionally visit, their homeworld, so that they never forgot their heritage. At the age of sixteen, the youths were allowed to return home in preparation for taking over as ruler of their homeworld. Another member of the royal family moved to the other world until the next generation was born. This arrangement worked well for many years, until the Rutanians sold information on the Senali to the Yuuzhan Vong. The alien invaders utterly devastated Senali, wiping out the civilization and much of the planet's surface before turning their attack to the Rutanians as well. Those Rutanians who weren't killed in the attack were enslaved by the Yuuzhan Vong. (SP, FH1)

Rutanian
this race of green-eyed, blue-skinned humanoids was native to the planet Rutan. The average Rutanian stood more than a meter taller than a human, and was muscularly strong. They were known as hunters, and the hides they produced were renowned throughout the galaxy. They bred many of the native Rutan creatures on special preserves, where the beasts were maintained in order to produce exquisite pelts and furs. The aggressive Rutanians considered their cousins, the Senalis, to be primitives, lacking any form of cohesive society. Despite their differences, a sort of peace was achieved several years before the Battle of Naboo. This arrangement worked well for many years, until the Rutanians sold information on the Senali to the Yuuzhan Vong. The alien invaders utterly devastated Senali, wiping out the civilization and much of the planet's surface before turning their attack to eliminate most of the Rutanians as well. The few survivors were taken away and enslaved. (SP, FH1)

Ruten
this planet, located in the Cerenia Syste, was under Imperial control following the Battle of Endor. A group of Republic agents was able to successfully establish a resistance on the planet and eventually ousted the Imperial Governor, Bursthed. (TSK)

Ruten Pet Show
this annual event, held annualy on the planet Ruten, attracts exotic pets and their owners from across the galaxy. When Imperial Governor Bursthed became fascinated by the strange creatures in the show, the event became more and more regular, with as many as five "annual" shows each year. Bursthed's penchant for torturing Alliance agents found an outlet at the show, where the larger creatures were allowed to battle with captured agents in fights to the death. (TSK)

Rutgar-4
a high-density exlosive found only on the planetoid Jatee, it was used by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (SN)

Ruthless
this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was part of Governor Newen Streeg's fleet, which patrolled the Sisar Run during the last years of the New Order. The Ruthless made regular patrols along the Periphery. (SSR)

Rutian Twi'Lek
this was one of the many races of Twi'leks, distinguished by their bright blue skin. (IG1)

Rutigar
this being, a member of the crew of the Jynni's Virtue, was killed on the planet Korriban by unknown forces, after the ship was forced to crash-land on the planet, near the Valley of Golg. Rutigar was killed by the Korriban Zombies, and his dead body was reanimated to join the zombies. (PH)

Rutiger
this tree is native to the shallow swamplands of the planet Naboo. Its complex root system is quite tempermental, and can survive only when the water conditions are exactly the right level. The sap of the rutiger is harvested by the Gungans and used to boil the blades of saago grass they use in weaving cloth. (GF)

Rutledge, Jared
a spy for House Mecetti, this minor noble was known as a quiet man who was capable of working among the Imperial elite or the backwaters of the galaxy. (LOE)

Rutralli Optor
this Mon Calamari was the leader of the rebel group which hijacked the Telgordo's Pride, shortly after the Battle of Heg. In reality, these "rebels" were nothing more than opportunistic pirates who robbed the passengers of the ship "in the name of the Alliance." (GMK)

Rutt
this Houk served Tyro Viveca as a servant at the crimelord's estate in the Palisade area of Kabal, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Rutt was killed by a female Florn Lamproid when it was set free from Viveca's estate by Cecil Noone. The Lamproid had seen its mate hunted down and killed for sport by Viveca, and attacked the Houk before setting itself on Viveca himself. (GMR1)

Rutum
this man lived on Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

Ruu
this was one of the many habitable moons of the planet Qoribu. Ruu served as the homeworld of the Saras hive of the Colony. (DN1)

Ruudi Buundaz
this talent agent scouted the Inner Rim for voluptuous women during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (PH)

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