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Dalron 5
a planet which was devastated by the Empire during a long siege. The planet's inhabitants fled, and were discovered by Lak Sivrak. The Empire put the strategies of Jan Dodonna to work here, which hardened Dodonna's resolve to assist the Alliance in defeating the Empire. (MTS)

Dalron IV
Davaire Colmar defected to the Alliance on this planet. (GG9)

little was known of the planet, until it was discovered by Darth Vader to be an Alliance listening outpost. The outpost was later destroyed by Imperial forces. (REB)

this planet was a hotbed of Alliance activity during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War, until Imperial Storm Commandos destroyed the Blue Wave and eliminated several key Alliance holdings in the city of Quenin, just prior to the Battle of Yavin. (RESB)

this man served the Imperial Navy as Captain of the Engager, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. He had a scar on his face that he kept as a reminder of the Alliance, an injury he suffered when a trap laid by Brion Peck exploded in his face. Rumor held that Dalton would not get the scar repaired until Peck and his commandos were captured or killed. (SWJ3)

this was a common name among the S'kytri people. (UANT)

this S'kytri served as the Lord of the Lowland Clans during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GMR1)

the tyrant Tonkoss Rathba was a native of this planet. (VP)

a planet near Calamari with a wildly unstable weather system, Daluuj was the site of an Imperial training center. When the Empire made its first attack on Calamari, Admiral Ackbar and his troops fled Calamari and tried to rendezvous with the Alliance, but they were attacked by Imperial cruisers. Ackbar and his people fled their ship in escape pods, many of which landed on Daluuj. They were later rescued by Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Leia Organa. (CSW)

this large, arachnid creature was native to the planet Talus, but could be found on Corellia and other worlds in the Corellian System. Equally at home on land or in the water, the dalyrake preferred to live near the water, using its long limbs to lure fish and other prey near enough to catch them with their venomous fangs. The blood of a dalyrake was black and thick, and was poisonous to many humanoid races. (ROD)

the nuts of this plant were exceptionally hard to crack open, but the effort was more than worth it. The chewy flesh of the damak nut had an exquisite taste. (GMR10)

Damand, Clivis
this New Republic Intelligence officer was the Sector Intelligence Chief for the Kalinda System. He recommended that the Republic implement Project Second Chance. (TSK)

Damarind Corporation
this galaxy-wide conglomerate of jewel merchants had an exclusive contract with the Empire to harvest corusca gems from the Yavin System, during the years following the Battle of Yavin. They went bankrupt because their orbiting gem collection station, known as the Damarind Fishing Station, failed to collect gems in sufficient numbers to offset costs. (GG2, PH)

Damarind Fishing Station
this was the Damarind Corporation's corusca gem collection station in orbit around Yavin. It failed to bring in enough gems to keep the company solvent, and Damarind went bankrupt. (GG2)

this Tahlboorean term means "father." (DRPC)

Damatal Holonews
this was a pro-Imperial newsnet service which was based on the planet Esseles. (SWJ8)

a Dathomir witch of the Singing Mountain Clan, Damaya worked with Kirana Ti to protect the people and their planet during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (CPL, UF)

Damaya Guru
this was a distinguished Miraluka individual in the history of Alpheridies. (UANT)

Dambrizi, Solimon
this young man was a native of Corulag, where he was a member of the police force in Adjesk. While on the force, Solimon was known for his uncanny intutition. When he stumbled upon a book of Jedi lore, Solimon realized that his "sixth sense" was actually The Force. He resigned his commission with the police and set out to learn more about The Force. He fashioned his own lightsaber during the early years of the Galactic Civil War, and spent much of his life searching for other Force-sensitives. (WSV)

Dame Fortune
this was the name of a goddess of good luck only moderately worshipped by just about every spacer in the galaxy. (SSR)

Dame of Nar Shaddaa
this was one of the names used by Toob Ancher to describe his personal starship, the YT-1300 Glory. (SWJ5)

Dame, Carma
this beautiful but deadly pirate was one of the primary characters in the long-running holo-drama Scrivner's Revenge. Carma Dame was portrayed by Neile Janna. (SWJ5)

this fruit tree was native to the planet Romin. The Romins used the crisp fruit of the dameapple in turnovers and pies. (JQ8)

Dameerd, Tun
this man, a business owner who lived in the city of Cuipernam, on the planet Ansion, was a member of the Unity of Community. It was Dameerd who disagreed with Ogomoor that the Jedi Knights - Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luminara Unduli, along with their Padawans Anakin Skywalker and Barris Offee - had failed to reach a deal with Alwari and had fled Ansion in embarrassment, when the Jedi failed to report in after several days in the open plains. Dameerd didn't like Ogomoor or his bossban, Soergg the Hutt, and had no qualms about voicing his distrust. He was among the nine members of the Unity to vote in favor of Ansion remaining with the Old Republic. (APS)

this was one of the lesser-known gods who were worshipped by the Em'liy. (GMR1)

this was one of the four social classes found among the Em'liy, who were native to the planet Shalyvane. Each of the four castes was considered equal within the Em'liy society, and each was led by its eldest member. However, because the Damilini were supposed to have been guarded the Circle of Kavaan when it was destroyed by the Empire, members of the caste were ostracized by other clans. Like all other classes, the Damilini were named for one of the lesser gods in the Em'liy pantheon. (GMR1)

this was one of the many crystals used by the ancient Sith Lords in the construction of a lightsaber. It was believed to have given the wielder the ability to heal faster, especially when a wound involved the loss of flesh. (KOTOR)

this planet was believed to have been the only source of damind crystals, which could used by the ancient Jedi Knights in the construction of a lightsaber. (KOTOR)

manufacturers of custom-combination sensor systems for starships. (RM)

Dammon University
this was the name of a major educational center, located near the Sienar Fleet Systems research and development laboratory on Corulag. (FOP)

this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XVT)

Damonite Yors B
this planet, the fifth in its system, is a frigid world wracked by methane ice storms. It was here that Seti Ashgad's forces destroyed the Corbantis after they captured Leia Organa-Solo. (POT)

Damorian Manufacturing
builders of the Carrack-class light cruiser, Damorian was a small corporation based on the planet Esseles. They also had success in the transport ship market with the 9000 transport. (ISB, EGV, MBS)

Damorind Securities
this corporation produced large detention devices such as force cages. (GG10)

Dampener Aerosol
developed by Raflkind Industries, this aerosol was used as a defensive measure whenever a being was caught in blaster fire. The gas of the Dampener dispersed the light and energy of a blaster bolt, reducing the bolt's ability to penetrate armor, clothing, or flesh. (AEG)

Dampher System
this Tapani Sector star system was part of the holdings of House Calipsa during the New Order. It was seized from the holdings of House Pelagia, after Pelagia was nearly wiped out by House Mecetti. (LOE)

Damualer Triac
this planet is home to the Millennium Oak. (GG9)

this immense, tree-like creature was bio-engineered by the Yuuzhan Vong as a mobile vivarium for the Shapers. Damuteks were moved through space as spaceships, then landed in the position which the Yuuzhan Vong needed them. The huge damutek crushed everything beneath it, dissolving the material for food, then rooted itself in the ground. As it grew, the damutek continued to grow in size, eventually becoming the size of a major building. The star-shaped trunk was wide and strong enough to accommodate a variety of environments, and the roots of the damutek plunged deep into the earth to extract copious amounts of water for its own nourishment. At the heart of the damutek was a succession pool, used to process the wastes of its inhabitants. (EVC, FP)

Damutek of the Intendants
this Yuuzhan Vong damutek, created on Coruscant after it had been reformed into a version of the long-lost planet of Yuuzhan'tar, served as the base of operations for Yoog Skell and the Intendant caste. (DW)

this Alliance secret agent infiltrated the Imperial ranks and was serving on the Star Destroyer Relentless when she learned that Captain Parlan had issued a bounty for the life of Adar Tallon. She was preparing to bring this information to the Alliance when her cover was blown. She managed to escape into the Kwenn Space Station when the Relentless docked there, but was killed by the bounty hunter Jodo Kast before she could transmit the information. (TM)

this Galacian was a member of the hill people who lived outside the city of Galu, and was one of Elan's chief lieutenants. (MOC)

Dana Dregond
this native of the planet Kamori was a master painter of the Glanthe style. He was known as one of Kamori's greatest treasures, and many mourned his loss when Dregond was killed in the series of earthquakes that devastated the Zethusian plains. (SWJ5)

this planet is located in Dail Sector. (GG11)

Danager, Gathal
this free trader offered Lando Calrissian the deed to a breweryon Clendora, if he could eliminate the pirates who were threatening the farmers of Taanab. (SWJ5)

this Imperial General was placed in charge of the ground forces on Gerrard V, shortly before the Battle of Yavin, but was unable to put a stop to rebellious uprisings on the planet. (SWJ3)

this planet was believed to have been the original homeworld of the Graygl race of Iskalonians. (EGA, GMR1)

this poor young girl was a native of Corellia. She was an orphan who had been abandoned and left for dead. She had lived in an alley, competing with the vrelts for space, before Garris Shrike "rescued" her. He promised her that he would provide reconstructive surgery to repair the numerous vrelt bites that marred her face, if she would work for him. She agreed, but soon found out that Shrike was a stern taskmaster. At about the age of fourteen, Danalis also realized that Shrike was never going to provide the surgery he promised. Rather than face another day working for nothing, Danalis committed suicide by entering an airlock on the Trader's Luck and cycling it - without a pressure suit. (TPS)

this ball of searing rock was the innermost planet in the Vernet System. (SWJ15)

Danarc Run
this hyperspace trade route cuts Corva Sector almost in half. (SWJ8)

this rich, tasty beverage is fermented from terrberries, spicy nuts, and stored in Parein Sweetgreen fruit shells. At first, the drink is highly refreshing. However, the alcohol content hits you hard about a hlaf-hour later. It originated on Parein II 4. (GG9)

Dance Baton
this was the generic term used to describe any baton or staff that was used by a dancer to accompany the movements of the body. The dance baton could be adorned with ribbons or lights, or could have a flatenned, paddle-like blade to stir the air and create the effect of winds. (SWGAL)

Dance of Love
this Kitonak mating ritual takes place during the Great Celebration of Life. The Kitonaks submerge themselves in the temporary rivers formed when the Kurdan desert floods every ten years, joining with their mates and becoming pregnant. Ten years later, during the next flood, the mates rejoin in the waters and give birth to a young Kitonak. (GG4)

Dance of the Seventy Violet Veils
this exotic dance was performed by Yarna d'al' Gargan at the wedding of Han Solo and Leia Organa. The performance earned Yarna a contract with a famous lingerie designer, modelling extravagant brassieres. (SWDB)

Dance of Union
this was the name of the mating dance that was performed by the Taat hive of the Colony, just before mating. It followed in the evening after the Little Dawn Rumble, and signaled the time when the Taat could retire to the Harem Cave. (DN1)

Dance Pixies
this species of small creature was favored by the Ansionians as a pet. Native to the deep plains of Ansion, dance pixies flew about in intricate patterns, and were used to provide entertainment to their keepers. (APS)

Dance Swarm
this Fefze ritualistic gathering involves various Fefze swarms meeting to propagate they species. During the dance, males fertilize the eggs of females, which are then formed into a stickly globule. The two parents need not be from the same swarm, and many different females contribute to the globule. The dance has become somewhat stylized over the history of the Fefze race, and has taken on many of the characteristics of a koncco dance. Sculpture and other accesories have also been added to the dance, and it has become a tourist attraction to watch. (GG4)

Dance, Dance, Little Ewok
this was a children's bedtime lullabye, popular during the second decade of the New Republic. (SBS)

this was the term used by the various hives of the Colony to describe the above-ground sites where the hive performed its part of the Song of the Universe. (DN1)

this was the nickname used by Mara Jade Skywalker to describe her astromech droid, used aboard the X-Wing she flew as part of Saber Squadron. (SBS)

Grael used this term to describe labor droids. (SWJ1)

this creature, native to the planet Garban, was known to the Jenets as a tree goblin. Many xeno-biologists considered the danchaf to be simply animals, while the Jenet argued that they exhibited problem-solving and reasoning skills when not being observed by off-worlders. The average danchaf resembled a two-meter-tall humanoid, with broad shoulders and clawed feet used for climbing. A large horn-like scale protected each shoulder. The danchaf were considered vicious predators, hunting in packs of 10 or more. The Jenet maintain legends which indicated that the danchaf were once the rulers of the planet Garban, marauding the planet in huge packs before Jenet warriors were able to decimate the population and drive them back. (COG)

this was one of the thirty-seven ancient families who lived in the city of Maslovar, on the planet Desevro. The family estate was located in the Swamplands, on an island near the East Wash. (GORW)

Danchian Prime
a planet. (T15)

Dancing Dragonsnake
this was one of the many stances used in the teras kasi martial artform. (DMSH)

Dancing Duinuogwuin Inn
this hotel was located in the richest part of the capital city of Deysum III. (GMK)

Dancing Goddess
this statue icon, paired with her consort the Minstrel, was worshipped by the natives of the planet Arcan IV. While Lemo and Sanda searched for it, the Dancing Goddess was in the possession of Lando Calrissian. Lando eventually gave the statue to his old enemy, Barpotomous Drebble, claiming that it was an award for his "heroism". Drebble was considered something of a hero to the Alliance after several key victories over Imperial forces were attributed to Drebble, when in fact it was Lando using Drebble's name as an alias. In the wake of the Battle of Endor, Han Solo discovered that the Dancing Goddess and the Minstrel were two necessary components in the massive machinery that kept the Godoan race vital. They set out to recover the statue, in hopes of reviving the Godoan civilization. Drebble magnanimously turned the statue over to Lando, when he realized that keeping it would mean the death of the Godoan society. (LTA4, MC79, MC99)

Dancing Pit, The
the dancers' prep room in Jabba's palace. (TJP)

this is the generic term for a zero-gravity dance hall. (SWJ9)

this planet was covered with tropical jungles and swamps. (COG)

this was one of the largest cities found on the planet Tarhassan. One of the planet's primary prison facilities was located in Dandahass. (SWI73)

this planet is located in the Koornacht Cluster, in Farlax Sector. (SOL)

Dandelion Warriors
a race of plant-like beings which were native to the Forest Moon of Endor, the Dandelion Warriors were sometimes called urchins. They protected their farmlands with great ferocity, using the strange quills that covered their heads as weapons against intruders. (EGC, ECAR, OWS)

Dandelo System
this star system was known as the home of the Jugaloo race. (DCAR)

this Imperial Xiytiar-class transport was destroyed by the Alliance, shortly before the Battle of Endor. It was part of the fleet which supplied the Bretie production facility at the time. (XWA)

one of the caretakers of the Imperial base on Jellyfish Cove, Dando succumbed to the wiles of the ethereal wraiths that inhabited the nighttime hours. He was consumed while outside the protective confines of the base. Bara later used his uniform to try and attack Garve. (SWG1, TMEC)

Dandu, Kel
this noted holodocumentary maker was noted for his stark images and gripping stories. Kel was born into slavery, and used much of his earnings to establish a freedom network for other slaves. He even went to the planet Ryloth to film the living conditions of the ryll miners and dancing girls who were trained on the remote planet. His actions on Ryloth earned him the wrath of many slaving masters, and he discovered that many Twi'lek females didn't see their dancing as slavery, but a way of life. In order to at least complete his documentary, Kel was forced to hire a group of bodyguards. He then worked behind the scenes to establish an underground railroad to help those females who desired to escape. (GORW)

this bounty hunter and his sister, Floria, claimed to be from the planet Aaeton, when they were captured by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker on Ragoon-6, some five years after the Battle of Naboo. They were part of a group of bounty hunters hired by Granta Omega to capture the Jedi and their companion, Wren Honoran. However, their plans to capture the Jedi failed when the Jedi actually captured them. Obi-Wan and Anakin then used them to draw out the other bounty hunters. It was during this time that Dane and Floria admitted they were from Thracior. Their parents - a Hnsi mother and a Tantt father - had been killed for intermarrying. The children were forced to make their own way through the galaxy, and became bounty hunters to pay their bills. Years later, Floria and Dane remained a team, although they gave up bounty hunting and were working the Mid and Outer Rim Territories as security officers. Shortly after the onset of the Clone Wars, they were hired by Samish Kash to serve as his personal bodyguards. However, during Kash's mission to Null to discuss a treaty with Count Dooku, Kash was assassinated. This brought Floria and Dane back into contact with Obi-Wan and Anakin, who were on Null to meet with Lorian Nod. Floria and Dane were initially accused of killing him, but they were later proven innocent by Obi-Wan Kenobi and his apprentice, Anakin Skywalker. (JQ2, LOJ)

this was one of the most common female names given to human children across the galaxy. (GCG)

this young woman was a native of the planet Naboo, and was being trained to be one of Queen Amidala's handmaidens at the time of the Trade Federation's blockade of Naboo. Her training with Captain Panaka was supplemented by tutelage at the Royal House of Learning in Theed, where she befriended Rorworr the Wookiee and Deel Surool. She also got to know Lucos Dannt, and Dane' decided to join the Naboo Underground after the Trade Federation invaded Naboo. (IOT)

Danex Squadron
this was a group of Army troopers dispatched by the Empire to overtake the New Republic base on Saarn, shortly after the re-appearance of Grand Admiral Thrawn. (SWJ6)

Danfeil, Gohn
this man was the Chief Executive Officer of Gowix Computers, during the corporation's move from Corellia to Corulag, early in the era of the New Order. (SWJ7)

Dang, Shelbin
this man served as the director of the Monument Plaza historic site, located on Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Danga, Don
this man and his family owned a farm near the lands of Morgan Katarn, on the moon of Sulon, during the height of the New Order. The Danga family raised variform cattle. Don himself was a supporter of the Alliance, and served in the underground rebellion on Sulon before the Empire subjugated the moon. Don Danga was killed in the first wave of Imperial attacks, when a shuttle destroyed his shoulder-mounted missile launcher before he could fire it. (SFE)

Dangar Ewok!
this was a sort of Ewok battle cry. (ECAR, BTRKS26)

Dangerous Dreams
a compilation of songs written and played by the band Red Shift Limit, it also includes a single entitled Dangerous Dreams. Both have been banned by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Dangerous Species Act
an Imperial decree, this act allowed the Empire to eliminate any species it deemed dangerous to any Imperial operation on a planet. It was meant to apply only to non-sentient species. (GG4)

Dangerst Squadron
this Imperial stormtrooper squadron was part of the first wave of troopers which attacked the Alliance's base on the planet Taul. The attack was completed when the Dominator bombarded the base from orbit, securing the planet for the Imperials. (SWJ2)

this shrub produced a sweet, flavorful berry which the Ewoks pressed to make juice. (ECAR)

Dangor, Ars
Ars Dangor was one of Emperor Palpatine's closest advisors. He was one of Palpatine's cronies during the Old Republic, when Palpatine was an unassuming Senator. It was Dangor who announced to the galaxy that Palpatine had initiated martial law throuhgout the galaxy, and that the Grand Moffs would have direct control over their own systems (as Tarkin announced to his team aboard the first Death Star). He also publically announced the disbanding of the Imperial Senate. (ISB, DSTC)

this young woman, native to the planet Cularin, was the leader of a small group of children who were part of The Lost. A friend of Lora Nadad, Dani watched over the children of Hedrett during the years following the Battle of Naboo. When Gwen began working closer with Lora on system-wide issues, Dani took control of the work with the children on Cularin. (WOTC)

this was a common name among the Zeltron people. (GMR1)

this Zeltron adventurer helped the Alliance destroy the bounty hunter base on Stenos. Distinguished by her red skin, red eyes, and red-black hair, Dani was a smuggler and former acquaintence of Han Solo, who was working with Rik Duel and Chihdo during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. She later revealed that she was the first of her race captured and imprisoned by the Nagai, during the subjugation of the planet Zeltros. Dani was part of the smuggler team which agreed to join the Alliance on Stenos, and stayed behind with Rik and Chihdo to keep up the search for the lost statue of Vol. She immediately latched onto Luke Skywalker when he arrived on Stenos with Lando Calrissian during their search for Bossk and IG-88. However, as soon as the statue was found, Rik and his band tried to make off with the statue and sell it to Imperial Governor Matrin. This plan failed miserably, as the Stenaxes learned of the statue's reappearance and set out to recover it. In their anger, the Stenaxes killed the Imperials, but they spared the smugglers. Dani, Rik, and Chihdo remained on Stenos for several years, until Luke Skywalker returned with Lando Calrissian on a mission to locate Bossk. After Chewbacca managed to gain the assistance of the Stenaxes in eliminating the bounty hunters, Dani stowed away aboard the Millennium Falcon to be with Luke and Lando. On Lahsbane, she revealed that she had a death sentence on her head in six different systems for theft and smuggling, before stealing a wealth of jewels and treasure from the Huhks and fleeing the planet in a stolen Imperial shuttle. She eventually returned to Rik and Chihdo, and they set off for the planet Iskalon to salvage whatever they could find in the ruins of Pavillion. This plan fell through when Mone demanded that they leave the planet. Throughout all these adventures, Dani never forgot her love for Luke, which was rekindled when they accompanied him to Shawken. When he continually refused to return her love, Dani turned instead to the Iskalonian known as Kiro. Months later, Dani was captured on Kinooine by Lumiya, and held as bait in a trap to catch Luke Skywalker. Her capture followed the apparent death of Kiro, a loss that haunted her for many months. It was during this time that she was tortured by Den Siva, and Dani was never the same afterward. Her usual bubbly personality and unconditional love had been replaced with a hardness and the desire to destroy the Nagai. In the wake of the liberation of Zeltros from the Tofs, Dani returned to her homeworld and disappeared from the public eye. (MC70, LTA6, MC71, MC72, MC73, MC82, MC87, MC95, PH)

this woman, a native of the planet Brentaal, worked for the Alliance as a rebel cell member on the planet, during the height of the New Order. Unknown to her commanders, however, was that Dania was actually an Imperial spy who was working with Surl at the time. (CCW)

Dania Francis
this unusual, seahorse-like Iskalonian served as Mone's chief advisor during the years following the Battle of Endor. In addition to her unusual physique, Dania Francis was distinguished by her pale purple scales. It was Dania Francis who discovered that Kiro had returned to Iskalon, despite all information pointing to his death on Kinooine. (MC102)

this female Chadra-Fan lived in the city of Tal'cara, on Kothlis, during the height of the New Order. She was known as a beggar, con artist, and thief, and pretended to be a child despite her advancing age. She wore a variety of body piercings when not looking for a mark. (SPG)

Danid, Burr
this man was a student of the Royal Imperial Guard training facility on Yinchorr, at the same time as Kir Kanos and Carnor Jax. He was considered one of the best students in training at the time. When Emperor Palpatine visitied the facility with Darth Vader, Danid was chosen to battle the Dark Lord in one-on-one combat. Although his technique was flawless, Vader easily defeated Danid. He cut off Danid's right forearm, then kicked him over the edge of The Squall's raised platform. Years later, Kir Kanos used the alias "Burr Danid" when he traveled to the planet Dathomir to execute Sigit Ranth. (CE, WOA30)

this form of Adegan crystal was discovered to be a bit weaker in form than the mephite crystal, making it somewhat suitable for use in the construction of a lightsaber that saw minimal combat usage. (WOTC)

Danith Jalay
this smuggler owned the Elegant Interlude, and maintained a residence on Nar Shaddaa during the early years of the New Order. (THG)

Danjar Sector
this was one of many galactic sectors which seceded from the Old Republic, following Count Dooku in joining the Confederacy of Independent Systems. (HNN4)

this unremarkable world was the site of an Alliance administrative base which coordinated activities in three separate sectors. Records of every undercover agent and their operations were maintained there, as well as the location of many Alliance safeworlds. The base was somehow discovered by Imperial forces, and the base was destroyed by the combined firepower of the Star Destroyers Avenger, Devastator, and Relentless. The Alliance received word of the impending assault, and evacuated the base before it was reduced to rubble. Some datapacks were left behind and discovered by the crew of the Elusive, but they were eventually recovered by a group of Alliance agents. (SH)

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