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a planet. (SWCP)

Callow Batta
this professor of history was removed from his position at the University of Sanbra by Imperial forces who were made aware of his anti-Imperial sentiments. (SWJ14)

Callron, Garret
this man served as the Imperial Moff in command of Clacis Sector, during the early years of the New Order. (AIR)

Callum, Trey
this former Imperial officer was one of the great number of Imperials who eventually defected to the Alliance. He joined the Alliance prior to the Battle of Hoth, spending several years under the watchful eye of Colonel Firest before serving as a trooper officer at Hoth's Echo Base. He was known to be extremely efficient in his use of resources, and was highly regarded for his ability to stretch the Alliance's meager supplies. It was Callum, who held the rank of Sergeant Major, who first recognized the AT-AT walkers that had been deployed against the Alliance's forces. He quickly explained the situation to the main base before preparing to begin its defense. Unfortunately, Callum was killed in the initial fighting. (CCG3, SWI74)

this man was the Alliance's sector commander in charge of Mortex Sector shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (BI)

Cal-Meg, Lucinta
a Physics professor, and student advisor for Mako Spince while Spince attended the Imperial Academy. (DESB)

Calna Muun
a large town on Agamar, located near Tondatha, Calna Muun was the capital city of the planet. (XW, DTO)

Calocour Heights
this was one of many sections of the vast city which covered the planet Coruscant. It was located between the Imperial Palace and the Senate Rotunda during the last decades of the Old Republic. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, the Calocour Heights district was one of many city areas destroyed when the aliens captured Coruscant. As the planet was terraformed to resemble the long-lost planet of Yuuzhan'tar, the Calocour Heights area was razed to make way for the Square of Hierarchy. (EGP, CCW, UF)

a planet which was the sire of an Imperial stronghold during the Galactic Civil War. (ISB)

this minor planet was the primary world in the Caloria System, located in Tapani Sector. At the height of the New Order, Caloria was under the control of House Reena at the height of the New Order. (LOE)

Calrissian, Lando
Lando Calrissian is a dark-skinned, human male from an undisclosed world. Born during the later years of the Old Republic, Lando grew into a gambler and con-artiste, smoking cigars and learning how to play sabacc and win regularly. Never one to stay in any single place too long, Lando made more friends than enemies in his early years roaming the galaxy. Ever the gambler, Lando considered himself the Commander of Staves, a sabacc card that often showed up in the fortunes told about him with the sabacc deck. When a perfect hand of sabacc won him ownership of the Millennium Falcon, Lando's life took a strange turn. He ran into Han Solo on Nar Shaddaa, rescuing the young man from Boba Fett. Lando was never much of a pilot, and allowed Han to teach him the basics. However, following the Battle of Nar Shaddaa, Lando's first flight went off-course, bringing him to the Oseon System. A few games of sabacc later, Lando had won the strange droid Vuffi Raa, and was launched into a series of adventures. As was par for the course, Lando made a few more enemies during this time, the greatest of which was the Tund Sorcerer Rokur Gepta. Gepta pursued Lando across the galaxy after Lando loosed the Mindharp of the Sharu from its hiding place; Gepta wanted the artifact for himself. After getting stuck in one of the Oseon's Flamewinds, Gepta nearly killed Lando in an elaborate plot. By this time, Lando was beginning to feel his own mortality, and when he and Vuffi Raa encountered the Oswaft, he sympathized for them enough to try and run the Imperial blockade of their home and bring them food. Gepta again nearly killed Lando at the ThonBoka, but Lando was able to overcome the Sorcerer and eliminate him. After this, Lando began honing his business skills, and he used the Millennium Falcon to start a small transport operation. It was during this time that a young smuggler named Han Solo beat him at sabacc. Lando had offered up Han's pick of the starships in Lando's personal fleet, hoping that Han would pick one of the shiny new ships over the battered Falcon. Han's nose for starships led him to choose the old freighter, and Lando was left to his newer, less friendly ships. Using his nose for business, Lando learned of the tibanna gas mines near Bespin, and set out to see them for himself. He ended up winning Cloud City in a sabacc match, and his growing business acumen allowed him to turn the mining outpost into a profitable operation. However, when Boba Fett later traced the Millennium Falconback to Cloud City, Lando's string of hard-luck business ventures began. Darth Vader commandeers Cloud City in order to capture Luke Skywalker and Lando was forced to evacuate the outpost. After seeing Han Solo frozen in carbonite and Cloud City overrun by stormtroopers, Lando signed up with the Alliance, and became one of the Alliance's best generals, leading a number of missions to success, including the bombing run on the second Death Star orbitting over the forest moon of Endor. Following the destruction of that Death Star and the fall of the Empire, Lando returned to Cloud City, but was unable to make the operation profitable. Using a set of plans and ideas he borrowed from Cloud City's founder, Ecclessis Figg, Lando started The Nomad City mining operation on Nkllon. In another stroke of bad luck, Grand Admiral Thrawn first stole most of his mole miners, then disabled the mobile city in a strafing run. Lando was forced to abandon the mining operation before Nkllon's intense primary star fried it to ashes. After assisting the New Republic in the defeat of Thrawn, Lando tried his best to win the heart of Mara Jade. He succeeded only in gaining her as a business partner, as the two joined their collective resources to try and re-establish the spice mines of Kessel as a legal operation. This failed, as the galaxy no longer felt the need to indulge in artificial pleasures. Down on his luck, Lando set up camp on the planet Coruscant, and began working on Dometown, an underground city that was not too affluent but could cater to the upper-middle class. He only needed financial support, and devised a plan where he would marry a rich woman who could support his monetary needs while turning a profit with him. Lando courted several woman, but found himself drawn to Tendra Risant. He was temporarily thwarted in this endeavor by the secession of the Corellian Sector from the New Republic, as his prospective bride was a native of Sacorria. However, after the resolution of the Corellian Crisis, Lando and Tendra began to discover that their relationship transcended the galactic politics. Eventually, they were married, and they used their combined business acumen - and a good deal of luck - to amass a small fortune in a variety of business endeavors. Shortly before the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy, they formed Tendrando Arms. They planned to provide the YVH 1 combat droids to the New Republic in order to help combat the Yuuzhan Vong, but Lando was reactivated to his rank of General when the alien invaders attacked Coruscant itself. As the war ground on, Lando and Tendra spent an increasingly larger portion of their time with the Smugglers' Alliance, working on the fringes to assist the New Republic's war efforts. Their relationship with the likes of Booster Terrik and Talon Karrde came to fruition just after the Battle of Ebaq, in time to assist the Galactic Alliance in its mission to retake Coruscant from the alien invaders. When the Yuuzhan Vong finally surrendered to the Galactic Alliance at Coruscant some five years after their invasion began, Lando and Tendra decided to pursue more legitimate goals. The galaxy needed to be rebuilt, and there were too many honest ways to make a living. (ESB, EROTJ, HTTE, DFR, COTF, AC, THG, BP, SBS, UF)

Calrissian, Tendra Risant
the primary candidate in Lando Calrissian's search for a rich wife, Tendra was a minor functionary on Saccoria. She was moderately wealthy, but had a number of friends and relatives in high places within the Corellian Sector. She had fair skin, high cheekbones, and brownish-blond hair. When Lando first met her, she wass in her mid-thirties, and he was immediately taken with her. Their relationship continued to grow, and they eventually became business partners. Tendra managed to pursuade her family to help finance their underwater mining facility on Varn. It was also during this time that Lando and Tendra discovered that their relationship was greater than the forces at work in the galaxy, and they eventually got married. Their combined business sense led them to become involved in a wide variety of enterprises, until theiy eventually formed Tendrando Arms, shortly before the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy began. As the war ground on, Lando and Tendra spent an increasingly larger portion of their time with the Smugglers' Alliance, working on the fringes to assist the New Republic's war efforts. Their relationship with the likes of Booster Terrik and Talon Karrde caem to fruition just after the Battle of Ebaq, in time to assist the Galactic Alliance in its mission to retake Coruscant from the alien invaders. When the Yuuzhan Vong finally surrendered to the Galactic Alliance at Coruscant some five years after their invasion began, Tendra and Lando decied to pursue more legitimate goals. The galaxy needed to be rebuilt, and there were too many honest ways to make a living. (AC, VOF, BP, SBS, UF)

this was the name given to those Viska clans which were not named lurinn by the caleisk. These clans had no power until they were chosen by a future caleisk. (PG1)

this planet was the site of the Ramsees Hed docking facility. (DF)

this was the name used to describe the leader of a Viska lurinn. (PG1)

this rookie X-Wing pilot was being trained by Ranna Gorjaye when he brought his starfighter too close to Ranna's during a routine patrol. The formation they were flying in was tight already, and Calson's wing clipped Ranna's, and they both were forced to crashland in The Wilds. Calson blamed the crash on Ranna's orders, and refused to accept her command. He set out by himself, and was killed by a wild corvaj. (DARK)

Lando Calrissian barely escaped an adventure on this planet, some time before he joined the Alliance. (LTA6, MC83)

this was a generic term used to describe a form of defensive implement formed from a central sphere of metal, to which were affixed a minimum of four metal spikes. The minimum of four spikes ensured that, when thrown, the caltrop always presented an upright spike. When a large number of caltrops was thrown or deployed across a room's floor or entranceway, they provided a screen which a pursuer had to avoid, or else have the metal spikes driven into their feet. Especially devious individuals coated the spikes of their caltrops with sedatives or poisons, in an effort to ensure their escape. (SBS, GMR8)

Caltrop 5
this chaff gun was produced by Arakyd during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It fired a spray of sensor-distorting durasteel particles into the air, which created clouds on nearby sensors. When fired at aircraft, the durasteel particles also acted as shrapnel, perforating hulls and flesh with deadly results. (SHPT)

primary planet in the Calus System. The system is connected to the Wroona System via Keller's Void. (PSPG, SWJ3)

this planet was located in the Tion Hegemony, and was distinguished by the unusual environmental phenomenon known as the Nocturne of the Winged-Stars. Located in orbit around the planet was a space station that was known to most independent spacers for its huge stockpile of replacement parts from Lianna. The planet and the orbiting station became targets of Yuuzhan Vong attacks, as the alien invaders planned to subjugate the population and use them for sacrifices in the final consecration of Coruscant as the new Yuuzhan'tar. Despite the efforts of Base Commander Garray and Pash Cracken, Caluula Station was destroyed and the planet was overrun by the Yuuzhan Vong. The natives of both the station and the planet were transported to Coruscant for sacrifice, although many were "rescued" by the Shamed Ones who believed they were following the words of the Prophet, Yu'shaa. After taking the planet, the Yuuzhan Vong installed a yammosk there. This gave the Yuuzhan Vong a base of operations from which to launch raids on New Republic outposts in the sector. However, as the planet's defenses fell, the planetary Governor of Caluula made contact with the aliens to surrender. As part of the deal, though, she requested that scientists still be allowed access to the planet, which was about to experience another Nocturne of the Winged-Stars. The Yuuzhan Vong commander, looking for a swift end to the hostilities, agreed to the deal. However, as soon as the battle for Caluula became a rout, the natives of the planet began stashing weapons and supplies in the mountains, hoping to retrieve them later in an effort to eliminate the alien invaders. All of this military activity overshadowed a larger, environmental issue, which surfaced when the winged-stars emerged from their 300-year incubation but failed to mate. At the same time, Yuuzhan Vong bio-constructs began dying rapidly, much to the dismay of the Shapers stationed on the planet. Then the Shapers and warriors died as well, leaving the planet devoid of Yuuzhan Vong. It was later revealed that the Bothan Intelligence agent, Wraw, had been added to Team Meloque to verify the efficacy of a new strain of the Alpha Red virus unleashed on the planet. (UF)

Caluula City
this city, the planetary capital of the planet Caluula, was bordered on three sides by rugged mountains. As soon as the Yuuzhan Vong accepted the surrender of Caluula's planetary governor, they placed Caluula City under martial law until a yammosk could be installed in the heart of the city. Afterward, the local civilians were allowed to move about without surge coral implants, primarily because the Yuuzhan Vong wanted to use the local populace as a way to keep the New Republic from trying to kill the yammosk with an orbital bombardment. (UF)

Caluula Orbital
see Caluula Station (UF)

Caluula Station
this was the name of the space station which was built in orbit around the planet Caluula. Despite its allegiance to the New Republic military, the station had a reputation of having just the part a spacer needed to repair their ship, thanks to a huge stockpile of replacement parts obtained from the planet Lianna. It was also a haven for scientists who traveled to the Tion Hegemony to study Caluula's unusual environmental phenomena. During the months following Operation Trinity, Caluula Station took a pounding from Yuuzhan Vong forces, and the destruction of many HoloNet relay stations meant that the New Republic was unaware of the attack. After the rescue mission to Selvaris was interrupted by the first appearance of the Yuuzhan Vong Slayers, Han Solo managed to escape Selvaris and flee to Caluula Station aboard the Millennium Falcon. Shortly afterward, the Yuuzhan Vong employed a yncha to attack Caluula Station. Base Commander Garray found himself powerless to defend the station. Faced with the imminent destruction of Caluula Station, Garray issued the evacuation orders, hoping to get as many people as possible to the planet's surface. Despite the efforts of Garray's forces, Caluula Station was ultimately destroyed. The survivors fled to Caluula, where they could regroup to defend the planet from invasion. (UF)

this was the native language spoken on the planet Caluula, a derivative of the Basic language. (UF)

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

Cam, Dalnus
this Jedi Knight was one of many who perished in the fighting at Shelter Base, on Jabiim, during the hieght of the Clone Wars. (SWI69)

an industrial center found on the planet Fremond III, Camaa was also the base of operations for an Alliance cell on the planet. (SWJ9)

see Caamasi (language) (GMR9)

this city is one of the major hubs of activity for the TriNebulon News agency, and was found on the planet Trantor. (SWJ8)

Camalon, Rathe
this young baron of Tapani Sector's House Cadriaan was the son of a Freeworlds native who bought his way into the nobility. Rathe hated the fact that his father's common birth excluded him from many of the gathering of the nonle Houses, but held no animosity toward his father. Instead, Rathe directed his anger at those "soft" individuals who simply inherited their power, instead of working for ti. (LOE)

this man served as a Lieutenant in the Security Guard of Naboo, during the era of the Battle of Naboo. He was also a leader within the Naboo Underground. (SON)

this Ryn female worked on the food service team which supported Settlement Thirty-two, on the planet Duro, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. When Jaina Solo was forced out of action, Camarata honored Jaina - as a member of Rogue Squadron - by allowing her to eat first, before any of the refugees. (BP)

Camarian Crystal
a valuable form of leaded crystal used in creating exquisite glassware, Camarian crystal was also known to be very brittle and easily broken. (PP)

Camas, Iri
this Jedi Master was the first of his kind to command the headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. He was known for his unceasing desire to obtain "more clost per credit" out of the clone troopers that were produced on Kamino, which was borne out in the kill-ratio numbers released by the Old Republic. Under his early direction, each clone trooper accounted - on average - for the destruction of 200 battle droids. He took this desire one step further with the training of clone commandos, developing a group of special operations agents that could strike at the manufacturing and raw-material production facilities of the Separatists. In this way, a few thousand commandos eliminated billions of droids, many before they even reached the battlefield. (SWI84)

this man served the Alliance as a Lieutenant in the military, and was part of the scouting team that scoured the galaxy in search of a new base location, in the wake of the Battle of Yavin. Camax's team was tracked to a remote jungle planet, where they were ambushed by Imperial forces. The team managed to survive with a handful casualties because of an unexpected source of help, the clone trooper A-1707, who accompanied the Alliance forces back to their fleet. (SWEGS)

a Moltokian fruit used with distilled water to help preserve skin's natural suppleness and beauty. (COJ)

this was the capital city of the planet Calipsa. (PGT)

Camber, Geothray
this Imperial Sector Plexus technician and his team developed the initial plans for the Hyperspace Orbiting Scanner. (ISB)

Camblian Order
this was the primary governmental body of the planet Eedoq. (SWED)

Cambrian Wine
this was a fine wine produced during the height of the New Order. (UYV)

Cambriel, Seth
this man was known to be a wealthy entrepreneur who made millions of credits playing the stock markets, buying up companies which were about to be nationalized by the Empire, then selling out at huge profits later on. He then retired to Spira to watch the Galactic Civil War play out while sipping cocktails on the beach. He was something of a beach bum, albeit a rich one, and spent a lot of time in the casinos and bars of the Aspre Plunge. His lifestyle, however, was actually a cover, for Seth Cambriel was also a spy for the Alliance. The time spent in bars was often in the company of drunken Imperials, who were more than willing to have a few drinks with him. (SWJ1)

this was the capital city of the planet Ralltiir. (HNN4)

Cambrielle Exploration Auditorium
this museum, located in the city of Cambrielle, on the planet Ralltiir, was dedicated to the preservation of artifacts and documentation about the exploration of the known galaxy. During the last decades of the Old Republic, the Auditorium was second only to the Jedi Archives on Coruscant as a source of knowledge. The entire first floor was given over to exhibits which showcased the history and glamour of space exploration, with new exhibits being set up every few months. (HNN4, WOTC)

Cambrielle SolidState
this corporation was headquartered on Ralltiir, and produced a wide range of power cells for use by the Empire. (FOP)

Cambus Gale
this heavily-modified V-53 Hydromancer yacht was owned by Seth Cambriel. He spent a good deal of time and credits converting the small pleasure craft into a sleek racing machine, providing him with excellent performance and adequate cargo space. (SWJ1)

this massive tree was native to the swamps of Endor's forest moon and the planet Naboo. The Gungan people learned to crush the cambylictus' leaves and bark into a paste, which had a variety of medicinal uses. The bark of the tree was often used as a bandage which promoted quick healing. The effects of the bark were especially powerful to members of the Abyssin race, as it amplified their natural regenerative abilities. (GF, E1A9, MJH)

this was the primary planet in the Camden System, located in the Outer Rim Territories. (CRO)

one of Luke's friends at Anchorhead on Tatooine, she was dating the Fixer when Biggs returned to say goodbye. Her family managed an underground hydroponic garden on Tatooine, and bought most of their water from Owen Lars' farm. After Luke and Biggs left Tatooine, Camie eventually married the Fixer. (SW, SWR, DS, MC31)

Camo Scout Armor
developed and produced by Creshaldyne Industries, this speciallized armor was created to protect an individual while making them difficult to see. Woven into the fabric of the armor was circuitry that worked with tiny photoreceptive fibers built into the outer plating, absorbing ambient light and changing color to match the wearer's surroundings. (WOTC)

originally developed by the Nociv of the planet Kadril, a camocowl allowed the wearer to breathe without inhaling deadly or toxic gases. Because they were produced on Kadril, and were regularly scrubbed using the natural stone found on the planet, camocowls became saturated with small particles of kunda stones, making them an efficient filter against pacifog. (LAT3)

this gas giant was the sixth and outermost planet of the Utos System. It was orbited by thirty-one moons. (CCW)

Camouflage Net
a mesh covering that protects a ground-based object from being detected. Often, the net has two parts: a baffle net of thin wire to shield electronics, and a photosensitive netting that mimics the surrounding terrain in color when activated. (CPL)

Camp Aurek
this was one of the primary Separatist bases on the planet Jabiim, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. It was captured by the Army of the Republic, but at the loss of the Republic's own Shelter Base. (SWI69, RBJ)

Camp Pa'aal Squadron
this was the name use by Sil Sorannan to describe the 513 Imperial prisoners who were incarcerated by the Yevetha on Pa'aal. Together, using a coordinated attack, they were able to gain control of several Imperial warships recommissioned by the Yevetha. The ships were retaken by Sorannan's crews, and the squadron fled back to Byss and the Deep Core. (TT)

Camp Ship
this form of Yuuzhan Vong starship was essentially a collection of hexagonal containment chambers, glued together to form kilometers-long transport ships. Roughly spherical in shape, camp ships were originally used to transport large groups of small cargoes across small distances. After the Yuuzhan Vong launched their invasion of the galaxy some twenty-five years after the Battle of Endor, they began using the transports to move slaves across the galaxy. The individual chambers were of all sizes, and each was capable of accommodating a wide range of gravities and environments. The name "camp ship" derived from the New Republic captives who were transported in these ships. The chambers were large enough to accommodate families and clans, allowing them to exist in mobile, Yuuzhan Vong refugee camps. These ships were extremely useful during the reformation of Coruscant, when hundreds of millions of beings had to be moved off-planet in order to being its Vongforming. (T)

Campaign Against Republic Militarization
founded by Senator Padme' Amidala, this political organization sought to find a peaceful solution to the growing separatist movement in the Old Republic, shortly before the Clone Wars. Amidala and the Campaign's members opposed Chancellor Palpatine's call for the formation of a grand army to combat secession, and held a series of peace rallies on various planets in order to gain support. (HNN4)

Camray Eel
a large, predatory eel native to the Shinkai Abyss on Spira, the Camray was popular among the upper-class game hunters who traveled to the planet for their vacations. They average nearly five meters in length, and live deep below the surface where they feed on sliverfish. Their mouths are lined with sharp teeth, and their muscular bodies allow them to attack their prey with speed and strength. Their fearsome reputation earned them the respect of many hunters, and the acquisition of a Camray Eel spoke to a hunter's skills. Once removed from the ocean and killed, the Camray eel gives off a pungent, foul smell, and must be transported in a sealed container for delivery to a taxidermist.. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, the Alliance sometimes smuggled information and hard goods from Spira by packing them inside one of these sealed containers. (SWJ1)

Camura Lines
this interstellar shipping corporation was one of the few heavy-duty transport carriers who were awarded contracts by the Imperial military. (SWJ5)

this is the Adumari term for a reporter who uses a flatcam to record events. (SOA)

Can Lar
a Gathi who once worked for Comar, Can Lar created the original designs for the v-150 ion cannon. When Comar told him the weapon was useless as a military weapon, he quit and went to work for Kuat Drive Yards, who later built the weapon. (ISB)

this Galacian was the King of the Tallah dynasty several years before the Battle of Naboo. He ruled for thirty years before passing away some twenty years before that battle, leaving the rulership of the planet Gala to his wife, Veda. Prior to their marriage, which was arranged by their parents, Cana fell in love with a woman from the hill clans. The Council of Ministry forbid their union, but Cana married her anyway. Before the Council could break the marriage up, Cana's wife became pregnant. The secrecy of the pregnancy was maintained by Cana and Veda after their own marriage. During his rule, several of the more wealthy families began corrupting the government, taking control for themselves while distancing themselves from the poorer masses. Cana was unable to stop it before his death. (MOC)

Canas, Dorri
this middle-aged woman was born in The Stones section of Iritsa, on the planet Chazwa, but spent much of her career working to establish a peace between the natives of The Clog and those of The Stones. (ND)

Canastra IV
this temperate, ocean-covered world was located in the Core region. (COG)

see Can-cell (VD3)

this large, winged insect was native to the planet Kashyyyk. When on the ground, the cancell walked on six spindly legs. In the air, it used four long wings to propel itself, while its long, segmented tail provided stability. The average can-cell measured some three meters in length, and was an insectivore. The Wookiees of Kashyyyk considered the appearance of a can-cell to be a good omen, and often kep them as pets. The Wookiees also realized that can-cells could be used as mounts, but they were too big to ride the insects themselves. Instead, the handful of Aleena who lived and worked on Kashyyyk became the primary riders of can-cells. During the height of the Clone Wars, Aleena were hired as reconnaissance scouts, flying over enemy encampments to gather intelligence. (OWS, VD3, SWDB, SWI84)

Candabrine Bu
this being represented the planet Lansono in the Old Republic's Galactic Senate, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. Senator Bu was part of a vocal faction of Senators which questioned Chancellor Palpatine's ability to delay the vote on the Military Creation Act, shortly after an attempt was made to assassinate Padme' Amidala. (HNN5)

this Old Republic Acclamator-class troopship was the flagship of the task force, led by the Jedi Master Glynn-Beti, which was dispatched to capture Count Dooku on Raxus Prime, just after the Battle of Geonosis. (BF2)

Candle of Pure Light
one of the Ancient Tokens of the Legendary Ewok hereos, the Candle was a small wax candle which had a flame that never went out. It was a symbol bestowed upon the youngest member of an expedition, to remind them of the goal which they strive to achieve. It was presented to Cindel Townai by Logray, when the Ewoks agreed to rescue her parents from the giant Gorax. Cindel discovered that it could be used to summon Queen Izrina, of the Wisties, in times of need. (EA, SWDB)

Candle, Amier
this man served as a department chairman at the Imperial University's School of Public Policy, during the height of the New Order. (SWJ7)

the fruit of this tree was often picked and dried for later consumption, as it offered a variety of nutrients as well as a sweet flavor. (YDR)

Candobar Inglet
this Sluissi served as the Khedive of the planet Sluis Van, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. After Sluis Van threatened to secede from the Old Republic to join the Separatists, Inglet later offered to assist the Jedi Knights in capturing the Scarlet Thranta. Because of Sluis Van's political position, the offer was met with great skepticism. When the Sluis Sector officially split from the Republic, Inglet became a vocal supporter of the Separatist movement. (HNN5, SWI69)

Candorian Plague
an especially virulent plague that was cultivated by the Empire for use against rebellious worlds. It was thought to have originated in the Bandorian Colonies, which were utterly wiped out by the plague. It was contained and believed eradicated until the Empire used in on Dentaal. Note that this disease is also referred to as the Candroidan Plague or the Candroian Plague in several books. (DS, SWJ5)

this being was one of more than 72 individuals who were murdered by the Nikto assassin Ma'w'shiye, after the Nikto deserted from the Alliance. (SWJ4)

Candra City
one of four major starport locations, this city lies on the eastern edge of Kirima's western continent. (TSK)

Candroian Plague
see Candorian Plague. (SWJ5)

Candroidan Hookworm
this parasite was particularly dangerous, because its genetic structure allowed it to support viruses that were specific to humans. These hookworms burrowed into their hosts and lodged themselves in the circulatory system, and could not be removed without killing the host. When they reproduce, the hookworms "shed" any viruses it carried, dispersing them into the host's blood supply. For this reason, saboteurs and assassins liked to infect these hookworms with plagues and set them loose in human-inhabited areas. A swarm these creatures was known to have infected Calif City, on Dentaal, with a strain of Candroidan Plague, depopulating the city in just three weeks. (TBSB)

Candroidan Plague
a virulent strain of plague carried by the Candroidan hookworm. Note that this is another spelling of the Candorian Plague. (TBSB, SWJ5)

Cane Adiss
this strange creature was a gifted pilot who boasted to Jabba the Hutt that he had explored every uncharted planet in the galaxy. Adiss was employed by the Empire to discover rebellious activity in the Outer Rim. Adiss was an equine alien with two small heads and giraffe-like spots. (CCG7, CHRN)

Cane Tree
this species of tall, thin-boled tree was native to the ravines and valleys of the planet Caluula. (UF)

this species of porcine creature was native to the planet Corellia. Although not considered dangerous, canids often traveled in large packs. Their skittish nature meant that they often stampeded when frightened, and a fast-moving pack of canids could trample a human to death. (ROD)

this four-legged species of dog-like animal is characterized by their high shoulders and large, tapered snouts. They are easily trained, and make excellent guard animals. (GCQ)

the title given to the Vratix leaders of Thyferra. (SWJ3)

this famous Cerean was a well-known and respected philosopher. (GMR8)

Cann Doon
a smuggler who used to work for Jabba the Hutt. (SWSB)

this was one of the most common names given to female Corellians. (GMR9)

this was the name of Barosa Warren's personal starship. This freighter measured 24 meters in length, and could carry upto 45 metric tons of cargo and eight passengers. It required a pilot and co-pilot to operate (usually Warren and Stren Grier), and three gunners to man the weapons. It was armed with a turret-monuted twin blaster cannon, and ion cannon, and a turret-mounted tractor beam projector. The Cannibal was formed from hull components of the Kuat Systems Engineering Firespray-31 and the Ckratar Crafts Venturer-class freighter, although parts from more than thrity different manufacturers were used in its construction. (AIR)

Cannibal Arachnid
a deadly creature once native to the planet Duro, the cannibal arachnid died out as the planet became polluted. (DA, EGP)

Cannibal Plant
a carnivorous plant native to the planet F'tral, the cannibal plant has a rudimentary system of mobility. They can slowly approach another plant and feed on them. Commonly, the cannibal plant resides near a fisherplant or other hunting plan, and sinks its roots down to twine and fuse to the hunter's root. The cannibal plant can then suck nutrients from the other plant. (GG4)

Cannij Barr
this was another name for the planet Annaj, used by the Ayrou race. (TBSB, GMR9)

this vicious predator was once native to Dxun, although a handful of specimens was transported to Telos by the Ithorians of Citadel Station, during the years following the Great Sith War. (KOTOR2, LAWS)

this alien race, native to the planet Canoliss IV, was known for its unusual culture, which was based on three-dimensional mathematics. Cannolite locks were incredibly complex structures, incorporating notched rods in a cube-shaped array that had to be precisely aligned in order to open. (WOTC)

this flowering plant was native to the underground caves found on the planet Csilla, where is grew rapidly. (GMR7)

Canny Mandary Bertar
this Mrlssi Senator represented her homeworld of Mrlsst in the Galactic Senate during the last decades of the Old Republic. She first arrived on Coruscant several years before the Battle of Naboo, and remained until the Senate was dissolved by Emperor Palpatine. Senator Bertar served as the chairbeing on the Senate Dispensation Committee, overseeing the credits distributed to freelance agents hired by the Republic and the Empire. She chose not to join the Alliance, however, fearing that her membership would jeopardize her career. (CCW)

a vicious predator found on Corellia and Dellalt, canoids resemble large dogs or hounds. They had needle-like teeth and a prehensile tail. (TPS, THG, EGP)

Canoliss IV
this planet was the homeworld of the Cannolite race. (WOTC)

Canons of Honor
this was the name given to the set of ethics and ideals maintained by the ancient Mandalorian Crusaders. The Canons were put in place to ensure that warriors helped other warriors to achieve personal glory through combat and loyalty. It was generally believed that the original Canons were deeply religious in nature, but over time they became more focused on the aspects of combat and killing. (SWI80)

this jellied foodstuff was often smuggled around the Outer Rim, due to its high price. (SWJ10)

Cantham House
Bail Organa's residence in Imperial City, while he lived on Coruscant. The idea of a cohesive rebellion against the New Order was formulated there, during what would later be known as the Cantham Talks. Note that this is known as Chatham House in the X-Wing computer game. (RASB)

Cantham Talks
this was the term used by historians to describe the initial discussion between Mon Mothma and Bail Organa, during which they talked about the formation of a rebellion against the Empire. The name Cantham Talks stemmed from the fact that the discussion took place at Organa's Cantham House residence. (NEGC)

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