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Land Shrimp
there were several species of this large, terrestrial crustacean found across the galaxy, including a huge species native to the planet Kashyyyk, and a smaller form native to Drongar. The flesh of a land shrimp was considered a delicacy by many races. (SE, MBS)

any large landspeeder. (AC)

this was a type of out-dated mining equipment. (HSL)

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

Landing Brick
KDY's F7 drop ship. (DFRSB)

Landing Claw
a starship accessory that allows the pilot to clamp his ship onto another spacecraft without docking. (ESB)

Landing Lights
this dingy café was located on the planetoid Haven, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SOJ)

Landing Nest
this was the primary spaceport facility located on the planet Lo'Uran during the height of the New Order. (SWJ10)

Landing Pit 21
where the Etherway is waiting for Wedge at the Abregado-Rae spaceport. (DFR?)

Landing Pit 63
where Torve Fynn originally abandoned the Etherway at the Abregado-Rae spaceport. (HTTE, DFR)

Landing Pit 67
where Torve Fynn originally abandoned the Etherway at the Abregado-Rae spaceport. (DFR?)

Landing Pit 8
where the Millennium Falcon is parked on Myrkr when Han Solo and Lando Calrissian are escorted there. (HTTE)

Landing Platform 327
the landing platform on which the Millennium Falcon is told to land, on Cloud City. (ESB)

Landing Shootout
this annual sharpshooting competition was founded by the leaders of Bartyn's Landing on Lamaredd, during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. The competition was won ten years in a row by Mix Liddell, until he graciously retired from competition. The first-place winner received a hand-made slugthrower pistol crafted by Liddell himself, while the first and second runners-up received cash awards from the Bartyn family. The event eventually became one of the few holidays celebrated on Lamaredd, although it was carefully monitored by the Outer Rim Oreworks security force to ensure no revelers got out of hand. The competition itself was open to any being who wished to participate, but few shooters made it past the third round. After each round, targets were moved farther away from the shooter, and competitors were forced to hit targets with greater accuracy, until a single shooter bests all remaining participants. (GMR7)

Landing Zone
this bar and grill was located in the Bonadan Spaceport Southeast II, near the Alien Quarter, during the early years of the New Order. The building, along with its furnishings, was built from items salvaged from the spaceport's scrap yards. (HSR)

Landing Zone
this was smuggler's slang for a room or a flat. (THG)

Landing, The
this was the only mining settlement to remain standing on the planet Engebo V, after the Outer Rim Oreworks facilities on the planet were abandoned. It became the planet's most populous location, and the site of its only active spaceport. Shortly after the Madman's Fortune crashed onto Engebo V, a school of skekfish was inadvertently released by Nell Davengatt. Nell and her companions had gone to check out the crash, and opened Goontirk's escape pod to investigate. The skekfish burrowed into the ground and sped toward the nearest food source, killing many beings in The Landing before they could be contained. (WOA10)

Landing, The
see Bartyn's Landing (GMR7)

Landkiller One
this was Davin Felth's callsign on his first solo AT-AT training mission. It was on this mission that he discovered the vulnerability of the walker's exposed legs. (TME)

Landmark Holiday
this generic holiday was celebrated on the planet Brentaal, whenever a major event occurred. Depending on the nature of the event being celebrated, a Landmark Holiday could last as long as a week. (SWJ14)

Landmark Preservation Office
this branch of the government of Dellalt was charged with preserving the planet's historical buildings. Among their primary responsibilities were the various vaults and other prominent features constructed on Dellalt by Xim the Despot. The primary headquarters of the Landmark Preservation Office were actually housed in one of the primary vaults, which was left empty after the death of Xim and the loss of the Queen of Ranroon. Over time, this office was infiltrated by the Survivors, who worked to help keep the location of the Queen of Ranroon and Xim's treasure a secret. (HSL)

Lando System
this was the unofficial term, coined by Lando Calrissian himself, to describe the methods he hoped to employ in the management of the Cloud City mining outpost. Under the so-called Lando System, everything would run smoothly, ensuring the maximum benefit for all beings who worked on Cloud City. (PH)

this was the name used by Lehesu to address Lando Calrissian. Its length and the number of honorifics used indicated that Lehesu considered Lando to be on a level with the Elders of the Oswaft. (LCS)

Landor System
during the last decades of the Old Republic, this planetary system was avoided by most travellers because of the large amount of pirate activity found within it. (DR)

Lando's Commandos
this was the unofficial name of the group of mercenaries and soldiers assembled by Lando Calrissian to recapture Cloud City from the Empire, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (T5, NEGC)

Lando's Folly
this asteroid system, located near the planets Destrillion and Dubrillion, was purchased by Lando Calrissian and used to mining as well as intense forms of starship racing. The race course was actually a way for Lando to develop a way to get to Kerane's Folly, the legendary platinum asteroid hidden in Hoth's asteroid belt. Lando hoped to develop ways to find the asteroid, mine it, and protect his claim from other hunters by monitoring the races and the reactions of the pilots to the asteroids. Lando also developed a method of using remote-controlled repulsors to protect the ships from bumping into the asteroids. Always looking for ways to save money, Lando obtained several decommissioned TIE Advanced x1 starfighters and TIE Bombers for use in flying through the asteroids. Lando's technicians developed a system known as collision shields, a combination of repulsor fields, shields, and defensive arrays to protect the small ships, all of which were operated from a remote station like Belt-Runner I. The idea of running the field was to stay operative as long as possible, thereby providing Lando with a way to remain within the Hoth asteroid belt long enough to find and mine Kerane's Folly. Kyp Durron held the record for duration until Jaina Solo more than doubled it on her first run. (VP)

this small, twisting piece of land is the smaller of the two continents of the planet Lianna. (ML)

this Imperial Moff was in control of Emmo sector during the height of the New Order. His wife, the Lady Landric, was a native of the planet Danteel. During a vacation at Margath's on Elshandruu Pica, her stunning necklace of three corusca gems in a mythra setting was stolen, then returned, by the infamous Tombat. The Moff ordered the Imperial Office of Criminal Investigation to bring in the Tombat. (SWJ8)

Landru City
this is one of the major population centers found on the planet Danteel. (SWJ8)

Lands, Roan
this man was a native of the planet Bellassa, during the last years of the Old Republic. It was also believed that Lands was an officer in the Grand Army of the Republic, and it was during his service that he met Ferus Olin. The two became fast friends, and after the Clone Wars they retired to Bellassa and created the Olin/Lands Agency in Ussa. Ferus later explained that it was Roan who took him in after the destruction of the Jedi Order, and helped him get back on his feet. The idea for the agency had been Ferus', but Roan sold off all his assets to fund it. The business was set up to assist those Bellassans who had exposed criminals and were placed in witness-protection programs, providing them with new identities and new homes. After the Empire arrived on Bellassa and replaced the elected governor with an Imperial supporter, their work became more involved with protecting those individuals who blew the whistle on corruption officials. Their experiences led them to form the Eleven and begin speaking to the Bellassan population about refusing to submit to Imperial control, which earned them positions on the Empire's wanted lists. They remained free for a while, but were eventually cornered by stormtroopers. Ferus managed to escape, but Roan was captured and interrogated. He was later recovered and brought to Doctor Amie Antin, who was unable to treat him without knowing what drugs had been used on him. Obi-Wan Kenobi managed to infiltrate the Imperial garrison and find the information, which allowed Doctor Antin to treat Roan and restore him to health. Roan later helped Ferus establish a base of operations on a hidden asteroid, bringing all manner of supplies to help his friend create a safeworld for any surviving members of the Jedi Order. (LJ1, LJ2)

generic term for any anti-grav ground transport. (SW)

Lane of All Worlds
this thoroughfare was located in the third quadrant of Coruscant's Senate District, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (DH)

Lane, Fitzgibbon
this was the alias used by Lando Calrissian, when he agreed to help get a Jedi strike team "captured" in order to get them closer to the voxyn queen on Myrkr. Lane was the captain and owner of the Stardream, and willingly turned the Jedi over to Duman Yaght and the Yuuzhan Vong. Fitzgibbon was supposedly a native of Talfaglio, and was once a supporter of the Jedi. However, he was turning the Jedi over to the Yuuzhan Vong because he believed them responsible for the destruction of his homeworld. (SBS)

Lang, Adion
this native of Lankashiir was a childhood friend of Celia Durasha. Adion's father was a strict taskmaster who demanded the best from all his children. After hearing Reise Durasha talk of the glory of the military, Adion left Lankashiir and attended the Imperial Academy at Raithal, and rose through the ranks to become an officer of the Imperial Security Bureau. He had a small detachment with which he worked to uncover the source of support for the Alliance in Relgim Sector, and had traced a supply of guns and weapons to Detien Kaileel. When he boarded the Kuari Princess in hopes of capturing Kaileel, he encountered his childhood love, Celia Durasha. Instead of recruiting her help, though, Lang incurred her wrath as she began to understand what the Empire was all about. (TFE, SWJ8)

Lang, Marja
this short, pudgy woman was the Vice-Governor of the planet Gandle Ott, during the early years of the New Republic. Despite the popular support for the New Republic, Vice-Governor Lang was a staunch supporter of the New Order. (DARK)

this planet was the homeworld of the Langhesi, until it was overrun by the Tsinimals 100 years before the Battle of Naboo. (RP)

this was the native language of the Langhesi. Even after thay were forcibly removed from their homeworld and enslaved by the Tsinimals, the Langhesi maintained the use of this language. (RP)

originally from the planet Langhesa, this race of humans was enslaved by the Tsinimals about 100 years before the Battle of Naboo. The Tsinimals took their Langhesi slaves all over the galaxy, leaving small pockets of Langhesi culture on many worlds. The Langhesi were known as farmers, and could mold the elements of life into previously-unseen forms. This form of genetic manipulation was regarded as a sin against the Tsinimal gods, resulting in the conquest of Langhesa. Those Langhesi which inhabited the lowlands of Zonama Sekot were employed by the original Magister as the forgers and shapers of Sekotan technology, for their skills with organic materials complimented the patterns of growth observed among the boras. (RP)

this large, wooly-furred carnivore was native to the planet Lok, where it lived in large herds for protection. (GQRG)

Langlier, Corvus
this man was a Major in the Imperial armed forces. Langlier developed a technique that used standard communications signals to act as remote guidance systems for TIE Fighters. When he discovered that the program would be used to destroy planets which offered significant resistance to Imperial takover, Corvus decided to defect from the Empire. He took the programming with him, and had his identity and appearance changed, assuming the life of Lorn Moonrunner. With his wife, Corvus fled to Rhamalai. (SWJ13)

the natives of this remote world carve intricate death-masks decorated with semi-precious stones, iridescent shells, and various metals. (RD)

one of Crev Bombaasa's swoop-riding bodyguards, Langre served as the leader of his group. Langre was quickly dispatched by Shada D'ukal when she accompanied Talon Kaarde to Pembric II in search of Bombaasa. (VOF)

Langro Dis
this Dug bounty hunter hoped to make a name for himself by capturing Krova the Hutt. Langro traveled the galaxy in his modified YT-1300 freighter, the Glorious Spectrum. He was easily distinguished from other Dugs by his nearly-albino appearance, having pale white skin and flame-red eyes. Langro was unprepared for the Dark Side adepts who attacked when he delivered Krova to Hundria Kast, and barely escaped from the firefight. (GMR5)

L'ani, Cir
this man was a native of Belasco, and owned a V-Wing cruiser some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. It was later revealed that this was an alias used by Ona Nobis to smuggle herself and R'aya Noor onto Belasco, in an effort to draw Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi into Jenna Zan Arbor's trap. (TDR)

Lanis, Kailage
this red-haired woman was a member of the Friends of Paran resistance group on Derilyn, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. She was good friends with Sneeze, and both were captured during the Alliance's attempt to expose Operation: Elrood. (OE)

this member of the Cavrilhu Pirates was stationed at the Kauron asteroid base when Luke Skywalker infiltrated it in search of clones. Lanius was in charge of moving Wesselman's SB-20 droid - with Luke hidden inside - to Pap's electronics lab. (SOP)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

Lank, Bels
this moisture farmer lived on Tatooine until he was killed by IG-72 during the hunt for Adar Tallon. (TM)

Lank, Reen
Bels Lank's daughter, Reen witnessed his murder by IG-72 and offered to help the Alliance find Adar Tallon. (TM)

this was Celia Durasha's home planet. (TFE)

Lankin, Par
this Imperial Moff survived the wake of the Battle of Endor and set up his own empire in the Lambda Sector. A native of the planet Desstious, Lankin was a loyal supporter of Emperor Palpatine, and used the planets under his control to provide heavy industry and shipyards for the Empire's war machine. His troops are also extremely loyal. (SWJ2, WBC)

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

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

this planet, located along the border between the Expansion Region and the Mid Rim, was the homeworld of the Lannik race. During the final decades of the Old Republic, the planet was thrown into turmoil by a group of terrorists led by the enigmatic being known as the Chosen One. If not for the efforts of its armed forces, as well as the efforts of the Lannik Jedi Master, Even Piell, the Chosen One's forces would have overthrown the government. Instead, a period of unease led up to the time of the Battle of Naboo. (IG1)

this species of short, paled-skinned humanoids was native to the planet Lannik. They were distinguished by their large, pointed ears and their warrior-like society. The soldiers of the Lannik armed forces wore their hair in a single topknot. Although many regard the Lannik as hotheaded and tempermental, they were quite fearless and clear-headed even in combat, giving them the ability to think their way out of a dangerous situation. The Lannik were first encountered by a group of Duros and Human explorers, and their initial experiences with galactic technology split their society into factions with differing thoughts on how to integrate that technology into their society. When small conflicts broke out among rival factions, criminal organizations moved into assist the Lannik, which then prompted the Old Republic to limit the amount of technology exported to the planet Lannik. This only served to increased the flow of technology to the Lannik, as well as entrenching criminal organizations on the planet. When the New Order was instituted by Emperor Palpatine, the Lannik were all but forgotten. (IG1, PJSB)

this was the native language of the Lannik race. (PJSB)

Lannik High Court
this was the primary leadership body which governed the planet Lannik. (NEGC)

Lanox, Sergus
this man was a Captain in the Imperial Navy, and was in command of the Star Destroyer Imperial Hazard during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Although loyal to the Emperor, Captain Lanox was more proud of the fact that he commanded a Star Destroyer. His command was respected by his subordinates, and his natural leadership abilities earned him the recognition of his peers. When he captured Sayer Mon Neela, Lanox found himself emotionally attracted to her. When she and her aide, Raan Stasheff, tried to escape, Lanox found that he liked her too much to simply kill her outright. When the Starcrossed arrived to rescue her, Captain Lanox actually assisted her to an escape route. He kissed her full on the mouth, as payment for his help, before shoving her into the escape hatch. Captain Lanox was later rewarded with the Distinguished Medal of Imperial Honor, by Grand Admiral Takel himself, for his heroism in the face the Alliance's defense of Horob. (SWJ10)

Lansel, Olaver
this mousy man was a Colonel in the Imperial Army, and served under Moff Kentor Sarne on Kal'Shebbol until he had a falling-out with Sarne. Because of their disagreement, Colonel Lansel was stationed on Gandle Ott as a form of punishment. When the crew of the FarStar landed on the planet during their search for Sarne, Lansel was willing to welcome them to Gandle Ott with open arms. It was later revealed that Lansel's "falling-out" was a ruse, perpetrated so that Lansel could act as Sarne's primary spy on Gandle Ott. (DARK)

a planet. (HNN5)

this star was the central body of the Lant System, located in the Periphery on its border with the Karstaxon Regions. (SSR)

Lant Mining Corporation
this corporation, founded by Darman Lant during the last decades of the Old Republic, originated in the Inner Rim. After gaining enough financial resources, Lant and the LMC petitioned the Republic for the rights to develop Brak Sector. After being given permission, LMC developed more than sixty bases of operation in twenty-five star system. However, reports of poor living and working conditions - perpetuated by LMC's greedy management - forced the Republic to take back control of Brak Sector. Lant Mining Corporation floundered for many years after losing control of the sector. Shortly before the fall of the Republic, LMC righted itself after discovering a source of prismatic crystals in the Asran System. Then, the Empire took control of Brak Sector, LMC pledged its support for the Empire in order to remain as independent as it could. LMC continued to be the primary economic force in the Sector, and the financial fortunes of Brak Sector mirrored LMC's own fortunes. (HAS, FBS)

Lant Ocean
this was one of two major bodies of water on the planet Demar. (FBS)

Lant, Darman
this man formed the Lant Mining Corporation during the Old Republic, working originally in the Inner Rim. His sense of business allowed LMC to grow, and he eventually petitioned the Republic for the rights to develop Brak Sector. (FBS)

Lanteel Glacier
this immense, twisted glacier was located on the planet Hoth, just north of the Cirque Glacier. Both glaciers fed into the Nev Ice Flow. (IWST)

Lantern Inn
located in Arginall City, this restaurant was the primary meeting place used by Ketrian Altronel and Stevan Makintay during the Imperial occupation of Hargeeva. (SWJ8)

Lantern of Sacred Light
an Ewok holy item. (ECAR)

found in the forests of Endor, the lanternbird was covered with grey-green feathers. It had a long tail, the end of which gave off a natural bioluminescence. These avians were often eaten by Duloks, but the Ewoks considered them to be magical. The tail of a lanternbird was often used in creating healing potions. (AT, SWDB)

Lantes, Vo
this used-droid salesman was also a secret Alliance operative during the Galactic Civil War. Lantes acted the part of a Corellian, and spoke with the accent of a man from a backwater world within the Corellian Sector. His base of operations was on the planet Deysum III, where he was part of the Alliance supply network maintained by Redda Macrebe. His value to the Alliance was in his ability to locate parts for just about any droid, and it was believed that Lantes never saw active combat. (SWJ7)

this ultra-dense alloy material was used in the creation of security barriers and personal furniture which was capable of deflecting or absorbing blaster or projectile fire. (VD2)

a planet in the Mid Rim. (LOE)

Lanthe Artifice
this Tapani Sector droid manufacturer developed a number of automata for the use of the noble Houses of the sector. Lanthe was the sister corporation of Danthe Artifice. Both corporations were originally based on the planet Lanthe, but fled Lanthe when the Imperial Moff began nationalizing its corporations. (LOE)

this was the primary world in the Lanthrym System, a little-traveled part of the Elrood Sector. It was primarily populated by Gamorreans, who work on the planet for the various pirates and crimelords that use Lanthrym as their base. It was a cool world, covered with frozen plains and snowy wastes. The climate has forced the crime bosses to build their casinos and gladiator arenas underground. (PG3)

Lantillian Deluxe
a short-haul transport ship, the Lantillian Deluxe measures 27 meters from bow to stern. It is crewed by two beings, and has room for six passengers. Many Lantillian Deluxe transports were modified for use as pleasure craft. The basic design centers around a pair of long pods which are connected and attached to the drive system. The ship has a pair of stabilizer fins which can be deployed for control in an atmosphere and for defense in space. (SWCP)

Lantillian ShipWrights
this small starship designer was best known for the GX1 Short Hauler. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Lantillian was absorbed by TaggeCo, and many of the corporation's designers were fired. (SS)

Lantillian Short Hauler
this 27-meter ship was the pleasure version of the Lantillian Deluxe. Designed and manufactured by the Lantillian ShipWrights corporation, this craft was designated GX1 by the corporation. This two-person craft can transport up to 80 metric tons of cargo and up to six passengers. The ship had a bulbous cockpit at the front, with a flattened fuselage behind. A pair of starbilizing wings is connected to the rea portion of the fuselage. It was designed to bring affordable luxury to the average citizen. The Short Hauler required a crew of four to operate, and had enough space for six passengers. The basic version was also armed with a civilian-grade turbolaser cannon. While the craft was considered to be a rugged, durable ship, the Short Hauler suffered from finicky landing gear, which had to be routinely cleaned and lubricated. Also, a number of Short Haulers were recalled for faulty sensor suites, when it was learned that a shipment of Fabritech 7Y4 sensors were found to be bad. (SWJ9, SWCP, SS, HNN4)

Lantillian Spacers' Brotherhood
a second-rate version of the Corellian Merchants' Guild, the Brotherhood is open to any spacer who applies. It provides many of the same services as the CMG, but doesn't have messaging or financial services. It also doesn't have the CMG's economic clout, and became a victim of Imperial harrassment during the Galactic Civil War. The various Lantillian guildhouses offer moderate accomodations to their members. (GG9)

Lanto, Paro
this Imperial sector governor dispatched Captain Alater to investigate the claims of Planetary Safaris against the Barabel race. (GG4)

this Ithorian surname was believed to mean "lake" or "pool", according to historian who studied the Ithorian race. (GCG)

this ancient polearm was essentially a long-handled axe. However, hidden inside the head of the axe was a spring-loaded disk launcher that could fire thin, metal disks. Because the range of these disks was limited, the lanvarok was still considered a melee weapon; many weapons experts have also called it a "ranged polearm." The fact that it could expel razor-sharp disks made it a very formidable melee weapon. A disk was released whenever the wielder swung the lanvarok forward and snapped it back. Multiple disks could be released with a longer swing. The lanvarok became the inspiration for the Sith lanvarok. (NEGW)

Lanya Sunt
this Sermerian served as the Chief Constable of Sermeria's planetary police force, during the years just prior to the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

this was one of the communal villages set up on Zonama Sekot in the wake of the Galactic Alliance's defeat of the Yuuzhan Vong. It was established in an effort to bring members of the Yuuzhan Vong's former castes together as a single people, working together for the common good. It was monitored briefly by Tahiri Veila, before she was called to the Unknown Regions by UnuThul. (DN1)

many xenobiologists believed that the Shi'ido race was native to this planet. Lao-mon, which was also known by the Shi'ido name, Sh'shuun, was a tropical planet located in the Colonies Region. (AE, EGA, UANT)

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

Lapema Phonstom
the fifth candidate on Lando Calrissian's rich wife list, she is a royal Lady on the planet Kabal. (AC)

Lapez 3
it was on this planet that Altin Wuho hoped to capture Luke Skywalker, sometime after the Battle Hoth. Wuho's captive assistant, Reist, tried to trap Luke by projecting images of the deaths of Han Solo, Leia Organa, and Luke himself. However, Luke was able to escape capture. (CSWDW, W149)

Lapez System
Luke Skywalker was betrayed by an Alliance deserter in this system, where Dirk Balor tried to capture him. (CSWDW, W149)

Laph Rapuung
this Yuuzhan Vong warrior served as Tsaa Qalu's first officer aboard the Throat Slasher, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Laph Rapuung, and all hands aboard, were killed when the Throat Slasher was destroyed. (SWI64)

Lapha, Etab
this man worked as a Quality Assurance Investigator for the Republic Sienar Systems corporation, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

this is a stone which is sleek and hard when polished. (THG)

Lapiz Cutter
this was the name of Nute Gunray's personal Sheathipede-class Neimoidian Shuttle. He kept the ship hidden inside his fortress on Cato Neimoidia, in order to make a quick escape when necessary. (NEGV, LEV)

this was a common female name given to Sullustan females. It meant "shrewd" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

Lapti Nek
the song that Sy Snootles is singing with the Max Rebo Band at Jabba's palace following the arrival of C-3PO and R2-D2. The words lapti nek were Huttese for "fancy man." (ROTJ, SWI67)

the orange star which is the centerpoint of the Lar System. This planetary system includes the planet Mima II. (GG4)

this was one of the most common human surnames encountered in the galaxy. (GCG)

Lar Warriors
this extinct brotherhood of warriors created the Teelar method of wielding a sword. (AIR)

Lar, Kira
this woman served as a soldier for the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. A native of Corellia, she was waiting for transport to the IMperial Academy on Carida when she learned of the destruction of Alderaan. Kira and her companions overpowered the shuttle's crew and forced them to land on Agamar, where they joined the Alliance. Since that time, Kira has jhad a knack for being in the midst of the action. Immediately after joining the Alliance, Kira was assigned to the ground crew at the Massassi Base on Yavin 4, and was promoted to corporal at Echo Base just prior to the Battle of Hoth. She was later chosen to be on General Crix Madine's personal staff, and was part of the team which planned the ground assault during the Battle of Endor. (SWRPG, WOTC)

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

Larad Noon
this ancient Sith warrior was noted for his unusual, armored jumpsuit. The material of the jumpsuit was interwoven with cortosis fibers, making it almost impervious to a lightsaber attack. (DSSB)

Larado, Incavi
one of Boba Fett's informants, Incavi married Miagi Baker. When he suddenly passed away, some believed that Incavi had killed him to take his position as mayor of the city of Death, on Jubilar. Nothing was ever proven. It was Larado who alerted the bounty hunter to Han Solo's appearance on Jubilar, some fifteen years after the Battle of Hoth. Larado had met Solo after he disembarked, offering him a job smuggling jandarra underneath the Shalamite tariff. When Fett arrived to try and kill Solo, one of his shots caught Incavi, killing her instantly. (TBH)

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