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this was the name of the small service and retail chains owned by Rim Securities, and used to sell their automata in the Quence, Parmel, and Portmoak Sectors of the galaxy during the New Order. (FTD)

Droids, Technology and the Force: A Clash of Phenomena
this treatise on the rights and privileges of droids and automata was written by Tay Azur-Jamin in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (OWS)

this was the name used to describe the warbling speech of the R-series of astromechs produced by Industrial Automaton. (EGD)

Drok It
an expletive used by Han Solo. (CSA)

Drokko Kira
known as Drokko the Elder, he is the father of Modon Kira and grandsire to Oron Kira. He is one of the oldest members of the Beastmaster society on Onderon when Ulic Qel-Droma arrives on the planet. He suffers from a wound he received when he battled against the Dark Side in Iziz and was cast out. The wound has never healed, and Drokko would not talk until Ulic arrived, when Drokko pleaded with Ulic to finally bring the Dark Side down. (TOJ)

this was one of the few Tchuukthai ever to be encountered off their native homeworld. (WOTC)

Drolan Plasteel
this ancient corporation produced a variety of products used by non-military personnel, including infrared goggles and other forms of eye protection. Originally founded by Malia Drolan, Drolan Plasteel also produced a series of lightweight weapons, including a repeating crossbow. (TOJC, AEG, NEGW)

Drolan, Malia
this woman was the founder of Drolan Plasteel, as well as its chief designer. She was known for her willingness to travel across the galaxy in search of inspiration and ideas. (NEGW)

Drolen Antig
this Nalroni was a smuggler who was known to betray his co-workers for the right price, especially if the entire price went into his coffers. He worked the Sisar Run and the Sanrafsix Corridot during the height of the New Order, and remained active into the early years of the New Republic. He was wanted by the New Republic for the theft of four gyroscopic stablizers that were taken from the Slayn & Korpil design center in the Roche Asteroid field. Drolen had employed a trio of Advozsec thieves to help with the job, and he killed them as soon as it was completed. Drolen operated from his personal ship, the Trustworthy. He was distinguished by the trousers he stole from a Corellian spacer, and maintained the broken gold stripe of a second-class Bloodstripe. (SWJ10, SWJ11)

this was the capital city of the planet Vulta. (TOJC)

this Ryn befriended Han Solo on the Jubilee Wheel, albeit to Han's dismay. Han had been working with Roa to seek out Reck Desh, and Droma and his companions were searching for passage to Rhinnal to look for another group of Ryn, including Droma's sister. Instead, they were all caught up in the Yuuzhan Vong attack on the station, and Roa was lost. Droma helped Han escape the station, and they parted ways, only to be reunited aboard the Queen of Empire. Ever in the path of danger, Droma and Han were suddenly in the midst of a Peace Brigade ambush of the ship, in an effort to recover the Yuuzhan Vong priestess Elan. After Major Showolter was injured, Han and Droma agreed to transport Elan and Vergere to Coruscant. Droma proved to be something of a nuisance, but Han found himself liking the unusual humanoid. In many ways, Han felt that he was just allowing Droma to fill the void left by Chewbacca's death, but Droma nonetheless proved to be an ally. Droma was also responsible for saving Han's life - not once, but twice - during their flight from Ord Mantell and their transport of the Yuuzhan Vong priestess Elan. It was Droma who recognized that Vergere was a species from the known galaxy, not a creature the Yuuzhan Vong brought with them. His telling of Han's future with a deck of sabacc cards also helped Droma realize that Elan was not a defector, but instead part of a plot to kill the Jedi Knights. After Han decided to go back out to search for Roa, he agreed to help Droma continue the search for his sister. After missing the group of Ryn on Ruan, Droma was arrested by Salliche Agricultural Corporation for forging transport documents for refugees who had been working on the planet. In reality, the documents had been forged by Droma's relative, Gaph. Han was forced to rescue him, with the help of the droid Baffle, and then later freed several thousand droids who had been inhibited by Salliche Ag. After being reunited with his family, Droma and the Ryn fled into space to hide. He ended up on Onadax, where he again ran into the Solos. This time, the decided to level things with Han, admitting that he himself was the actually the leader of the Ryn network. His involvement with Han had given him a kind of notoriety among his people, and Droma eventually accepted his position of leadership. After the Battle of Esfandia, he again took his leave of the Solos, departing on the Fortune Seeker before Han could question him. (HT, JE, SBS, FH3)

Droma Sector
an area of the galaxy held by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War, the Alliance poisoned a shipment of grain that was destined for troops there. (XW)

this Imperial drill sergeant was to the small outpost on the planet Rhamalai during the height of the New Order. When the Empire officially subjugated the planet in order to take control of is agricultural output, Droman found himself training the new conscripts taken from the civilian ranks of the planet. (SWJ13)

this New Republic Navy Captain was one of Lai Nootka's primary contacts. It was Dromath who first discovered Corran Horn's ability to fly an X-Wing, after he helped liberate Nootka's freighter, the Star's Delight, from Garqi. Dromath developed a lasting relationship with Dynba Tesc, but was killed several years later during the New Republic's struggle to defeat Grand Admiral Thrawn. (TFE, DTR, SWJ7)

Dromath, Rade
although born on Kailion, Rade considered himself a native of the planet Garqi. He was the son of Dynba Tesc and Captain Dromath. Rade was education as a botanist, and was serving as a teaching assistant when the Yuuzhan Vong invasion began. Rade became the de facto leader of the Garqi resistance, especially since many of its early members were his own students. He later greeted Corran Horn, when the Jedi arrived on Garqi during the Yuuzhan Vong occupation of the planet. He had been managing the meager resistance to the Vong presence, carrying on his mother's legacy of fighting against those who would usurp power. With Corran's appearance on Garqi, along with that of Jacen Solo, Rade hoped to garner Jedi sanctioning for the vicious work of his resistance team. Corran didn't give it to him outright, but he allowed Rade to ensure the safety of the general populace from Yuuzhan Vong attacks. After the discovery that the pollen of the bafforr tree was deadly to the Yuuzhan Vong's vonduun crab armor, Corran had to return to Coruscant. Rade promised to continue working toward the liberation of Garqi until the New Republic could lend military assistance. (DTR, GORW)

the Imperial Captain assigned to maintain security on the Hammertong project. (TME)

a group of Imperial modular conveyors operative during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this is a form of snuff used by those individuals who didn't prefer to smoke. (TA)

Drommel, Gaen
an Imperial Admiral in command of the Guardian, Drommel was a native of the planet Oplovis. Drommel learned about command and control from Grand Moff Tarkin himself, and quickly rose through the ranks of the Imperial Navy. He and his ship were on station at Coruscant during the Battle of Endor, and when word of Emperor Palpatine's reached the capital world, Drommel took his fleet and fled to his home system. He tried to establish his own empire following the death of Palpatine, waging a short but effective campaign against New Republic safeworlds with the assistance of Captain Dor Reder. Drommel's forces were defeated by the New Republic in the Battle of Tantive V, but Drommel escaped with the Guardian. However, he was unprepared for the assault of Cryle Cavv and Sienn Sconn, who managed to defeat the Imperials and take control of the Guardian. Drommel was shot and killed by Colonel Niovi during the assault, after seeing that Drommel no longer had the interests of the Empire at the forefront of his motivations. (WBC, SWJ15)

this ancient language was used by the Vultan people. It was believed to have been one of several languages from which Basic was derived. (PJSB)

this Hutt crimelord was lost on the planet Barab I, during the height of the New Order, when his caravan overturned during a safari. Dromo's assistant, Ullumub, tried to hire Barabel hunters to locate him, but they refused. The Sullustan was forced to hire a group of offworld mercenaries to go into the jungles and retrieve Dromo before he was eaten. (GORW)

an Ripoblus Nebulon-B frigate destroyed by the Empire during the Sepan Civil War. (TIE)

Dromor Motors
this repulsorcraft manufacturer was based on the planet Lianna. They produced a line of escort speeders used by the Imperial dignitaries on the planet. (ML)

Drompani System
Colonel Uday traced a piece of the recording of an alien ship - provided to the Empire by Carib Devist - to a secondary recording made in this system. The recording had been cobbled together by Han Solo, in an effort to discover the location of the planet Bastion. (VOF)

this star was the central body in the Dromund System, which was located in a remote corner of the ancient Sith Empire. (WOTC)

Dromund Fles
this arid world was the fourth planet in the Dromund System. It was orbited by a single moon. (WOTC)

Dromund Ixin
this barren ball of rock was the innermost planet of the Dromund System. (WOTC)

Dromund Kaas
this swampy planet was a forgotten Sith world,the stuff of legends that found its way into spooky stories and anti-Jedi conspiracy theories. It wasn't until the Clone Wars, after it was discovered that Count Dooku had altered the records in the Jedi Archives, that Jedi Master Yoda discovered that the Dromund System was real. Yoda found that Dooku had erased more than three dozen systems from the Archives, so that their history with the Sith would remain a secret. Its location was deep in the heart of the ancient Sith Empire, although it was a remote world that was considered something of a backwater swamp world. During the Galactic Civil War, it was rumored that Emperor Palpatine used the planet as a training ground for many of his Dark Jedi apprentices, although nothing could be proven because Yoda never made his discoveries public. Kyle Katarn discovered the planet's location while investigating ancient inscriptions found on Altyr 5, and he nearly succombed to the Dark Side of the Force there. However, Mara Jade managed to locate him and pull him back from the brink. Katarn's investigation led him to discover that a Sith compound had been established on Dromund Kaas by Darth Millennial, a Sith acolyte who rejected the Rule of Two and set out on his own in the wake of the Battle of Ruusan. It was believed that this rogue sect later became the Prophets of the Dark Side. Jedi Master Luke Skywalker later worked with the New Republic to remove Dromund Kaas from many planetary databases and navigational maps, in order to keep its location a secret until a strong contingent of Jedi Knights could determine how best to eliminate its threat. Dromund Kaas, the third world in the Dromund System, was orbited by a pair of moons. (SWDB, SWI66, NEGC, MOTS, WOTC)

Dromund Kalakar
this gas giant, which was orbited by six moons, was the second planet in the Dromund System. (WOTC)

Dromund Tyne
this barren ball of rock with the fifth and outermost planet of the Dromund System. (WOTC)

Drone Barge
any automated cargo ship which has no organic crew, used to ferry cargo between a planet's surface and an orbiting installation. (HSE)

this was the generic term used to describe several species of small, flying insects which made a droning hum when they rubbed their wings together. (UF)

Drong II
this remote planet, the homeworld of the Drongian race, was the primary planet in the Drong System. (TBSB)

Drongan System
this was another name for the Drongar System. (MJH)

this planet was one of many worlds that was devastated by the fighting that took place during the Clone Wars. A swamp-covered planet dominated by steamy jungles, Drongar was originally discovered by a Nikto survey team some 200 years before the Battle of Geonosis. It was the innermost world in a four-planet system, and was orbited by a pair ot tiny moons. Drongar was one of many worlds that seemingly had nothing important to offer either the Old Republic or the Confederacy of Independent Systems, although both sides fought valiantly to control the bota which grew on the planet. The surface of the planet was continually whipped by monsoons and rainstorms, which dumped more water onto the planet's surface and maintained a cycle of humidity and heat that refuled more storms. The average temperature on Drongar was usually around the normal body temperature of a human, making it unconfortable at best. Making matters worse, the atmosphere of the planet was usually laden with a variety of adaptogenic, fungal spores, many of which caused spore sickness or other problems in humanoid races. The oxygen levels in the atmosphere were also higher than normal, which may have contributed to the changes the spores go through when airborne. Some of the spores were autoluminescent, and glowed at night, giving Drongar a weird half-dark whenever the concentration of spores was great enough. The entire ecosystem of the planet seemed to be one large organism, as scientist discovered that the many adaptogenic mutations that occurred in some species seemed to be tied to other mutations that occurred planetwide. (J4, MBS, MJH)

Drongar Prime
this was the primary star around which the planet Drongar orbited. It was a normal-sized star, but it burned much hotter than other stars its size. (MBS)

this alien race was native to the planet Drong II. (TBSB)

Talon Karrde once asked Mara Jade to pick up a shipment from this planet, during her search for the Cavrilhu Pirates that fled from Kauron. She was unable to make the pickup before she had to return to the Wild Karrde. (SOP)

Droo, Tinnin
this Nam Chorios colonist set up a smelter's shop in Hweg Shul with Nap Socker. When Luke Skywalker first attempted to use the Force on the planet, the backlash Force storm nearly destroyed the smelter's shop. Tinnin Droo suffered burns over most all of his body. (POT)

this Yuuzhan Vong served as the Commander of the Battle Group of Yun-Q'aah, during the Battle of Ebaq. Droog'an questioned whether or not the plans of Warmaster Tsavong Lah were leading the battle group into a trap. (DW)

Drooim-Durtha Systems
this manufacturer created many tracking devices, for both terrestrial and interstellar use. (SWJ8)

Drooling Drebble
in the jargon known as deal-slang, this was the term for a bounty hunter. (SWJ4)

Drooling Drebble With Fangs
in the jargon known as deal-slang, this was the term for a particularly nasty bounty hunter. (SWJ4)

Droom's Gambit
a series of movements within a game of Firepath. (CSWDW)

this Imperial Admiral was outwardly loyal to Governor Torlock of Corulag, but he was secretly in love with Torklock's daughter, Frija, who was plotting to eliminate the Governor and take control of his holdings. Droon was also a historian, and was well-versed on the history of the Old Republic and the rise of the Empire. He captured Jix when the mercenary was sent by Darth Vader to deliver a message, and panicked when Jix brought up the subject of the Dark Lord. He tried to kill Jix and eliminate Torlock's human replica droid by dropping them into a cave inhabited by a dragon snake, but Jix killed it and returned to the surface. As Droon killed the real Frija in an attempt to implicate her as the leader of their plot, Jix knocked him unconscious and brought him back to Coruscant to face Vader's wrath. Jix also brought along some of Droon's weapons collection, which included several Jedi lightsabers. When Jix explained Droon's plans to Vader and turned over the lightsabers, Vader executed Droon with the weapon for his duplicity. (SST)

Droopy McCool
the pudgy, white alien playing the chidinkalu horn in the Max Rebo Band, Droopy was a member of the Kitonak race. When Evar Orbus was the leader of the band, Orbus purchased Droopy on Ovrax IV. He went simply by the Snit back then, but following Orbus' death, Droopy allowed Sy Snootles to choose a new name for him. She came up with Droopy McCool, and he kept it. When the band was forced to accompany Jabba to the Pit of Carkoon, they managed to escape from the sail barge before it could explode. Following the death of Jabba the Hutt, Droopy fled the crimelord's palace to live in the deep Tatooine desert, which reminded him very much of his home planet. He was never seen again, although many farmers claim to hear the soulful wailing of his pipes in the night air. (ROTJ, TJP, SWDB)

Drooto Sploonore
this obese Rodian was known as an arrogant, self-important being who believed his home was an impenetrable fortress. To prove this, he posted a bounty on himself as part of a bet with his business associate, Bormm Biveedo. If Drooto could remain alive, hidden inside his home, for one standard year, then Bormm would have to renew his contracts with Drooto for five more years. If Drooto was executed by a bounty hunter, then Bormm would receive the rights to all of Drooto's business interests as well as the estate. (GMR6)

Drop Canyon
this shallow, rocky canyon was located on the planet Ceriun. (T17)

Drop Droid
this was a form of droid starfighter created by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the height of the Clone Wars. (IS3)

Drop Point
this was the Alliance's term for any location which was maintained for the secret delivery of goods and materiel. These locations could also be used by the Intelligence division as a field office. The basic role of a drop point was to ensure that field agents were continually supplied, allowing them to remain in the field for months at a time. (SWJ14)

Drop Shaft
this elevator tube uses a gravity field to raise and lower cargo or passengers. (CSA)

Drop Ship
any fast-moving transport ship used to ferry troops and cargo to a planet's surface from a larger capital ship. (DFR)

Drop, Ivr
this Corellian man served as the leader of the AGR agro-combine, during Soontir Fel's teenage years. He was forced to send Soontir to the Imperial Academy on Carida, after Fel stopped Ilir Post from assaulting Pamr during the Harvest Festival. (MBF)

this was a specially-designed harness that could be used to evacuate a starship, in case of an in-atmosphere emergency. (HSR)

this Imperial stormtrooper served as part of the Aurek-Three unit of the Imperial 501st Legion during the years following the formation of the Imperial Remnant and the signing of a peace treaty between the Empire and the New Republic. (FB)

this was the largest of the inhabited continents found on the planet Garnib. (PG1)

this is a form of drop ship, which is essentially an enclosed platform. The base of the platform is heat-shielded to protect it during its descent through the atmosphere, and a set of braking engines keeps it from crashing into the surface. These drop ships were used primarily by the Empire. (TA)

these specialized optical devices allowed members of certain races to exist on brightly-lit worlds, without damaging their eyes. Droptacs reduced the amount of light-based energy that reached the eyes, filtering out harmful rays and glare so that beings from low-light worlds - such as Sullust - could live and work on other planets. (MBS)

Drosh Khalii
this Yuuzhan Vong leader rose to power after the Battle of Coruscant, as the alien invaders reformed the former capital world into a simulacrum of Yuuzhan'tar. Khalii gained power and wealth from the war effort, and sequestered himself within a fortress he maintained in the Gileng Sector of the planet. Nom Anor and the priestess Ngaaluh planned to discredit Khalii in the eyes of Supreme Overlord Shimrra by implicating him as one of the followers of The Message, thereby eliminating a rival and weakening Shimrra's base of power. Although the case against Khalii was solid, Shimrra realized that it was too perfect. He then began his own investigation, and discovered that Ngaaluh was the traitor in his midst. (FH3)

this Trandoshan worked as a smuggler during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. About five years before the Battle of Geonosis, Drossh teamed up with the Rodian smuggler Rezzo, and the pair made their way rimward before ending up in the Cularin System as the Clone Wars broke out. Drossh was the more aggressive of the pair, a trait that often translated into impulsiveness. When Drossh discovered that one shipment contained several huge weapons, Rezzo was unable to curb his partner's enthusiasm. The Trandoshan started activating one of the guns, and Rezzo tried to stop him. This caused the weapon's power systems to overload, resulting in a huge explosion that only multiplied when it set off the rest of the weapons. Both Rezzo and Drossh were killed in the explosion, and their ship - the Vor'Teth - was badly damaged and later sold as salvage. (LFCW)

this male Trandoshan was one of the many thugs who worked for Gardulla the Hutt during the years following the Battle of Naboo. A bounty was issued for his capture by two parties, each with different desires. The Senate Investigation Committee wanted Drossk captured alive, in connection with several questionable entries in the accounting records of the Hutts. Jabba the Hutt wanted him dead, after Drossk weaseled a large sum of credits away from the crimelord. Jango Fett later claimed the bounty on Drossk, during a mission to meet with Gardulla to discuss the Bando Gora cult. (BH)

this man rose through the ranks of the Empire's military forces on a normal course. He had achieved the rank of High Colonel just prior to the Battle of Picutorion, where he was placed in charge of the Imperial troops. There, he was forced to allow two of his men - Ganig and Stecker, who were suspected Rebel sympathizers - to die in battle rather than survive and defect. After the Battle of Endor, Drost found service under Grand Admiral Thrawn. He was promoted to General, and was placed in control of the Bilbringi shipyards. Unfortuntely, he was on duty when Mazzic and Ellor infiltrated the shipyards and destroyed a half-finished Star Destroyer before escaping. Thrawn was understandably angry, but gave Drost another chance to prove his loyalty to the Empire. (ISB, TLC)

this Ithorian, along with his partner Guerglenar, were Crying Dawn Singer's backup singers. When the Shashay was kidnapped on the planet Najarka, Drov and Guerglenar were both killed and taken to the Imperial Biological Research Center there, where they were prepared as trophies. (TA)

Drover, C.
this man was supposedly the leader of the Cloud Force unit of the Cularin Military, during the final years of the Old Republic. His existence, and that of the Cloud Force unit, was firmly denied by Osten Dal'Nay and other leaders of the Cularin military, despite documents released on the local HoloNet that were apparently exchanged between Dal'Nay and Drover. Among the documents was a detailed status report on the establishment of the Cloud Force unit and its combat readiness assessment. (LFCW)

one of two races native to the planet Nim Drovis, the Drovians breathe through a mucous membrane in their necks. There limbs are a combination of articulated pincers and tentacles, which stem from a bottom-heavy torso. They had developed into a loosely-connected group of tribes when they were first contacted by the Old Republic. Since that time, they have evolved into a semi-sophisticated race which had acquired the habit of sucking raw zwil through their membranes. The Drovians have been at war with the Gopso'o for as long as anyone can remember. It is rumored that the civil strife began over whether the root word for "truth" was singular or plural. (POT)

this is the native language of the Gopso'o. It is also spoken by the Drovians, but they have adopted Basic as their primary language. (POT)

Drovian Zwil
this potent, highly-addictive form of the cake-flavoring known as zwil, was created by the Drovian race. The Drovians were one of the few races which experienced addictive reactions to the "harmless" zwil produced on Algara II, and developed this form to enhance their narcotic experiences. (CCW)

see Drovian (BF5)

this was the sole name of a noted Bothan individual, distinguished in the history of the planet Bothawui. (UANT)

Drowned Chase
this fetid marsh was located just inland from the city of Phemiss, on the planet New Plympto. (CCW)

Droxian Manufacturing
a branch of the Droxian Traders League, this manufacturing corporation specialized in the design and construction of specialty droids, such as gambling automata. (GG11)

Droxian Traders League
this Mid Rim criminal organization established a foothold on the planet Bridin Anchorage, shortly after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. It became part of an overall alliance known as the Mandroxan cartel, along with the Manliss Enterprise and the Anavill Smuggler's Guild. (GG11)

this teenager was a native of Draenell's Point during the Galactic Civil War. Much to the chagrin of her parents, Droxie joined the Vibroblades shortly after the Battle of Yavin. She had been the steady girlfriend of Benthar, leader of the rival gang known as Benthar's Boys, and was his second-in-command until the Empire garrisoned their planet. For her own reasons, she left the Boys and allied herself with Herafin and the Vibroblades. After a group of Alliance agents helped rescue Benthar, Droxie developed a crush on their leader, letting them all know that she was simply drawn to leaders. (GMK)

this aquatic planet was the homeworld of a race that was also known as the Droxine. (GORW)

this alien race was native to the planet Droxine. (GG3)

this ringed moon was located in the Cignet System, near Hutt Space in the Outer Rim Territories. The Anjiliac clan of Hutts maintained a space station in geosynchronous orbit over the dark side of Droxu during more than four centuries leading up to the Galactic Civil War. (TF)

this is a Corellian swear word. (VOF)

this was a model of personal rocket pack produced by Grehnohr during the height of the New Order. (GG10, GFT)

this mythical creature is often depicted in sculpture. (TPS)

this Shyriiwook word was used as the suffix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "safety", "sky", or "treetop". It could be attached to a prefix by itself, or combined with other suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

Drrn Roqar
this was a noted figure in the history of the Nazzar people. (UANT)

Dru, Dall Thara
this woman, a native of the planet Raxxa, was a member of the New Republic Senate. She was also the Chairperson of the Senate Commerce Council. She was one of Leia Organa-Solo's supporters during the Black Fleet Crisis, although she mistakenly believed Leia would prevail because Luke Skywalker would bring the Jedi Knights into the fight. (TT)

this Mid-Rim planet, the primary world in the Druckenwell System of the Doldur Sector, is a mining world on which the ruling elite is out-numbered substantially by the general working populace. The social and economic divisions between the two groups is astonishing, and was made even greater during the Imperial occupation. Most of its cities are overcrowded, and the few wetlands that separate them are subject to pollution. The average day on Druckenwell lasted 32 standard hours. The average year lasted 309 local days. Located along the Corellian Run, Druckenwell was forced to bring its small naval force to full alert, after the Yuuzhan Vong attacked Kalarba and Hosk Station. However, the small force was no match for the alien invaders, who overran the planet before taking Falleen. The corporate leaders of Druckenwell quickly capitulated to the Yuuzhan Vong, vowing to dismantle their cities and provide arable land for growing food and other resources. (SWJ4, BP, NJOSB)

this was a term used during the last decades of the Old Republic to describe a being who was native to the planet Druckenwell. (YDR)

this being was the owner and chef at the End of the World tavern on Koda Space Station. (GOF7)

one of Bespin's twin moons. Along with H'gaard, they are often referred to as The Twins by natives of Bespin. Drudonna is a lifeless ball of ice measuring only 2.5 kilometers in diameter. (GG2, ZHR)

Druess Sector
this sector of the galaxy is located in the Mid Rim Territories. (CRO)

this lean man was distinguished by his lazy eye, but that was the only thing that was lazy about him. Drufeys was an excellent security agent and technician who was employed by the Binring Biomedical company owned by Warlord Zsinj. When Zsinj laid a trail of evidence meant to lead the New Republic's Wraith Squadron on a mission to infiltrate the facility, Drufeys was placed on alert with Doctor Edda Gast. It was Drufeys who first discovered their presence on the roof of the building. (SOC)

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

Drugah, Dann
this man was a technician in a repair shop on Kal'Shebbol when the New Republic ousted Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne from power. An unassuming man, Dann volunteered to serve aboard the FarStar as part of the team which maintained the droid pool. (DARK)

this form of currency was used on Tatooine, in the last years of the Old Republic. It was a small denomination. (TPM)

this huge water creature is fairly agile for its size, but is nonetheless unable to turn quickly. They are a deep red in color, and are found on several planets, including Ruusan. (DF2)

this alien swear word was used to slangly describe excrement. (T16)

Drumheller Harp
this percussion instrument combined a number of different types of cymbals and gongs, which could be played alone or as accompaniment to a larger band. Most often, the drumheller harp was formed ffrom a screamer gong, O'Tawa cymbals, and a Tryna chime. A set of Centressar strings allowed the lower cymbals and gongs to be "plucked" rather than struck, producing a more soothing sound. (VD)

this Imperial Major served as the warden of the Alpha TR-8 prison facility on Rordak during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He had earned the position after serving at the prison facility on Chromovon for several years. (PG1)

Drunken Bantha
this bar was located on Ord Mantell. (SWG5)

Drunken Drummer
a bar and restaurant located on Nar Shaddaa. (THG)

Drunken Thranta, The
this was one of the many taverns and restaurants located in the Spacer Quarter of Aldera, on the planet Alderaan. (CCW)

Drup Asteroid Field
located outside the orbits of the three planets in the Drup's Star System, this asteroid field is the home of Woern's Asteroid. (WBC)

Drup I
this searing ball of rock is the first planet in the Drup's Star System. (WBC)

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