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Olag Greck
a tall, thin alien with a wide, flat head and pointed ears, he was an early partner of Baron Pitareeze, when the Baron was trying to get his shipbuilding business off the ground. When Greck realized that the Pitareeze Cruiser was a great ship, he stole the plans and built his own ship, claiming it to be the original. When Greck's ship failed, he begged the Baron to help fix it, but the Baron refused. Greck was angry at the Baron, and blamed the ship's failure on the Baron's intervention. The Pitareeze Cruiser was never built by either party. Since then Greck runs a series of illegal operations on or around Hosk Station. He was responsible for reprogramming a 3PO unit into C-3PX, a killing droid recognizable by the 3PX on its breastplate. He was finally caught on Hosk, trying to steal a load of ash ore. He was nearly destroyed when a detonation he had rigged was defused, but he managed to escape. Unit Zed enlisted C-3PO and R2-D2 to track him down in the Corellian system. They eventually caught up to Greck at Boonda the Hutt's palace. There, B-9D7 had attempted to discredit Boonda, but was exposed when B-9D7 was destroyed by Jace Forno. Greck tried to use the death of B-9D7 to woo Boonda over to his own schemes, but Boonda was the beneficiary of all the plotting, for he ended up with Greck and Forno as captives. (DRO)

Olai
this powerfully-built beast of burden was transported to Redcap froma nearby moon, and was originally bred to serve in the mines as a pack animal. Over time, they became mounts and transports. Their ponderous heads were crowed by a pair of bulbous, hollow horns that were used in the fights that occurred during the mating season. Their wide feet were tipped with metallic claws, giving the olai excellent footing on rocky ground. (SWJ5)

Olall Da'aapp
this Gruvian and her husband, Benja, were tourists who had probably seen more of the galaxy than any living being at the height of the New Order. They carried all sorts of cameras and recording equipment to document their travels, and were known to stop unsuspecting spacers in a starport to ask them to take their picture. (PSPG)

Olan
a wealthy and influential Twi'lek clan based on Ryloth. The name meant "wealthy" in the Twi'leki language. (XWBT, KT, GCG)

O-Lana
this young Keganite child was born nearly thirteen years before the Battle of Naboo. She was discovered to be strong with the Force, and her parents secretly made contact with the Jedi Knights on Coruscant, against the wishes of Kegan's rulers. After the Jedi arrived, O-Lana was kidnapped and taken to the Relearning Circle where she was controlled by V-Tan and O-Vieve. All records of her birth and existence were wiped from Kegan's computers, in order to keep the child hidden and convince the Jedi to leave. However, the Jedi padawans Obi-Wan Kenobi and Siri rescued O-Lana, and the child eventually was trained on Coruscant. (PP)

Olanji
a planet in the Hapes cluster. (CPL)

Olanji/Charubah
this Hapan starship design firm specializes in military applications. They are employed by the Hapan Royal Family, alongside the Hapan Consortium, whenever military craft are required. The Hapan Battle Dragon was contracted out to Olanji/Charubah. (EGV)

Olanz
this balding man, a native of the planet Typha-Dor, was a member of Shalini's resistance group during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (JQ7)

Ola's
this was a tavern, located in the city of Hullis, on Halmad. It was here that several members of Wraith Squadron provoked a fight with Lieutenant Cothron's group, as part of their plan to infiltrate the Imperial garrison and steal TIE starfighters. (IF)

Olbeg, Han
this man represented his homeworld of Pitann in the Galactic Senate, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Olbio
the leaves of this tree, which grew natively on the planet Myrkr, were one of the main food sources of the ysalamiri. It rarely survived if transported off Myrkr. (SBS)

Old Anaxsi
this was the term used to describe the collection families which traced their histories to the original inhabitants of the planet Anaxes. (CCW)

Old Besi
this was the name used by Roy Harlison to describe his SWE/2 riot suppression gun. (SWJ6)

Old Bronzan
this was the southeastern district of the city of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5. (GORW)

Old City
this abandoned city was located on the water world of Aquilaris. The forerunner of Floating City, Old City employed repulsors to keep it hovering above the surface of the ocean. It was abandoned when a violent storm nearly capsized it, but huge cranes supported by smaller repulsors kept the city afloat while salvage and rescue operations were carried out. Many of the planet's podraces wound through the city, adding an everchanging obstacle course to the racers' challenges. (RAC)

Old City
this was the name used to describe the canyon city of Melaana, on Soterios. It was called the Old City after the development of New Melaana. (PGT)

Old Codger
this was the name of Morgan Katarn's skimmer, used during his overseeing of the refugee base on Ruusan, shortly after the Empire subjugated Sulon. (RAG)

Old Corellian
this archaic language was used by the early natives of the planet Corellia. Over the millennia, it was populated with words and phrases from the Basic tongue, and became the modern Corellian language. The only known vestige of Old Corellian in regular use during the modern era was on Socorro, where the indigenous population - descended from Corellian stock - remained isolated for many millennia. Otherwise, Old Corellian was believed to have become "extinct" some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. (BSS, SWJ7)

Old Corellian: A Guide for the Curious Scholar
this was a guide to the outdated Old Corellian language, written by the Issori linguist Arner Figgis. (SWJ7)

Old Currahen Highway
this Garosian roadway connects the cities of Arian and Garan. (SWJ2)

Old Enemy, The
this was the Nagai phrase used to describe the Tof race, which oppressed the Nagai for many centuries. (GMR1)

Old Ezil
this weathered, old man was a native of the planet Cularin, and was knowledgeable about the criminal underworld of the planet during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. He was not known for the reliability of his information, but more for the overt way in which he rambled about the strange goings-on in the Cularin System. Old Ezil was active for many years, until he suddenly disappeared shortly after the onset of the Clone Wars. Many believed that Old Ezil had been caught by agents of the Thaereian Military and silenced, although no evidence was found to support this. Ezil reappeared during the height of the Clone Wars, retelling stories of being tortured and interrogated by agents of the Thaereian Military, and how he got lucky one day and managed to escape. (LFCW)

Old Folks Home
this was the codename for the Jedi Temple, located on Coruscant during the Old Republic. The codename "Old Folks Home" was used by those field agents who were undertaking top-secret investigations, but needed to get a message back to Coruscant. (AOTCC)

Old Galactic Standard
this language was used many millennia before the Battle of Yavin, and was one of the first recognized languages which tried to bring a common communication method to the races of the Old Republic. (GMR5)

Old Gloxix
this legendary styanax was believed to live in the Sea of Jarad, on the planet Tralus. Measuring over fourteen meters in length and missing its tail stinger, Old Gloxix was dsitinguished by the forest of barbs and harpoons which stuck out of its flesh. The legend was proven true some 500 years before the Battle of Endor, when Old Gloxix was finally caught and killed by three nagak crews.. (CCW)

Old Guard
this was the highest, and most esteemed, rank held by members of the Society of the Black Bha'lir. Most of the members of the Old Guard were in some form of retirement, but actively took part in the training of talented smugglers. (BSS)

Old High Galactic
this was one of the oldest forms of the Basic language. (OWS)

Old High Squibbian
this language is the basis for modern Squibbian. (SH)

Old High Trammic
this was believed to have been the oldest of the ancient languages used by the Toka and the Sharu. (LCS)

Old Janx Spirit
this was a particularly powerful distilled alcohol, popular during the last years of the Old Republic. (MJH)

Old Kuurt
this grizzled, old man was a regular patron of the Crosstown tavern on Cularin, during the height of the Clone Wars. Old Kuurt was a veteran of too many battles to remember, and had dedicated his life to defending Cularin against any form of attack. Because of his contribution, the owners of the Crosstown more or less let Old Kuurt wat or drink whatever he wanted when he came in. However, after retiring from active duty, he spent much of his time in an alcohol-induced stupor, in which he tried to escape the harsh realities of the galaxy around him. Thje owners of the Crosstown learned to fill up his mug with synthetic, low-alcohol brews, although many suspected that Old Kuurt was aware of it anyway. Unfortunately for the rest of the Crosstown's patrons, alcohol also tended to loosen up Old Kuurt's tongue, and he wasn't afraid to vent his frustrations on any being unfortunately enough to sit down with ten meters of him. He hated the fact that the Grand Army of the Republic was made up primarily of clone troopers, since they had little or no regard for the livelihood of the people they were sworn to protect. In Old Kuurt's opinion, a clone trooper would do anything to meet its objective, even destroy innocent civilians if needed. He advocated Cularin's remaining neutral in the Clone Wars, letting the Old Republic and the "Seppertists" fight it out until one side or the other eventually won out. He even went so far as to accuse the Old Republic of acting only in the best interests of the rich, so that small worlds like Cularin never reached a state of economic richness. (LFCW)

Old Law
this Hutt custom is at its simplest a challenge issued by one kadijic leader to another. In certain circumstances, a leader can challenge another to single combat without legal repercussions from the Hutt Grand Council, and the victor is assumed to be in the right. (RD)

Old Mankoo
this planet suffered a devastating economic disaster some seven or eight years after the Battle of Naboo. Most of the planet's people were plunged into poverty, and the formerly wealthy elites struggled to maintain their riches. This led to widespread strife and rebellion, causing even more troubles for the planet. (RHD)

Old Oglaw
this grizzled old spacer was grounded in the city of Iritsa, on Chazwa, during the hunt for the Black Sphere. (ND)

Old One
this was the name given to the Force-sensitive individual who lived in the Onacra village on Aduba-3, many decades before the Battle of Yavin. It was the Old One who discovered the existence of the Behemoth, deep beneath the planet's surface, and was able to bring the creatyure out of suspended animation. The Old One was unable to control the Behemoth, and was trampled to death when it managed to break free. (GMR4)

Old Ones
the title given to the ancient Snogars. They were intelligent and highly technological. They left behind many strange devices which the Snogars no longer understand. It is theorized that the devices were used to hlp climatize Ota, but that has not been verified. (CSWEA)

Old Ones
this was the name used by DarkStryder to describe it's creators, the earliest known race of beings to inhabit the Kathol Sector. Their descendents became the Kathol. The Old Ones created DarkStryder to guard the last vestiges of their civilization. (E)

Old Orchard Street
Leia Organa Solo chases Roganda Ismaren down this street, located in Plawal on Belsavis. (COJ)

Old Pacth
this was the name given to the oldest buildings of the Abregado-rae spaceport. (CCW)

Old Quarter
this was the naem used to describe the older section of the city of Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine. The Old Quarter radiated outward from the wreck of the Dowager Queen, but was left behind when new water and power distribution centers were established on its outskirts. (SOT)

Old Quarter
this is one of the original sections of Skeebo City. It was here that the Skavers directed Gorga the Hutt to deliver the ransom payment for Anachro. (BF)

Old Recluse
this supposedly omniscient Morish lived in a cave in the High Tatmana mountains of Morishim. An ancient male who lived in the isolation of his mountain crag, the Old Recluse was in possession of an Imperial communications center, wedged into the back of his cave. He claimed to be foretelling the future, but was simply listening to Imperial transmissions. His small operation was discovered Lando Calrissian and Wedge Antilles shortly after the revelation of the Bothan involvement in the destruction of Caamas. They surmised that the communications center had been set up shortly before the New Republic reclaimed the world from Imperial control. (SOP)

Old Republic
the name given to the time before the Empire was formed, it was the period in which the Galactic Senate worked with the Jedi Knights to keep the galaxy in order. Most historians point the Old Republic's beginnings at the point when hyperspacial travel was first invented, allowing beings from across the galaxy to move about with relative ease. The Old Republic's government was formed shortly afterward, with the Jedi Knights becoming the guardians of peace and justice. This was believed to have been some 25,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, but exact dating has become impossible. What was known was that the Old Republic grew and prospered for nearly 20,000 years, until the Sith emerged from their hidden empire and ravaged the Republic, first during the Great Hyperspace War, and a thousand years kater during the Great Sith War. The Republic managed to rebuilt itself over the next 3,000 years, until the Sith emerged once again. With the Battle of Ruusan, the threat of the Sith was believed to have been eliminated, and the Republic once again prospered. For nearly a millennium, the Republic knew peace and harmony, unaware that it was actually crumbling from within. As the Galactic Senate became more and more concerned with petty squabbling and the posturing of its delegates, corruption became more and more prevalent. Secretive factions formed to work in their own best interests, and the Sith Lord known as Darth Sidious began to take advantage of the situation to further his own goals. The humble Senator from Naboo, Palpatine, used the victory at the Battle of Naboo to win the election for Supreme Chancellor, and he continued to solidify his base of power. When the time was right, Palpatine declared himself Emperor and established the New Order, marking the final days of the Old Republic. (SW, CHRN, SW1, SHPT)

Old Republic
this Alliance CR90 corvette was destroyed in the Endor System when the Daggerblade suddenly reappeared, shortly after the Battle of Endor. Despite outgunning the Daggerblade, the Old Republic could not counter the smaller ship's maneuverability. (TBSB)

Old Senate Library
this vast information repository was located in Imperial City on Coruscant. (TLC)

Old Sith Wars
this was a generic term used by historians to refer to the period of time some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, beginning with the Great Sith War. The Old Sith Wars then encompass the Great Hunt, the Cleansing of the Nine Houses, and the War of the Star Forge. Additionally, the Mandalorian Wars are also grouped under the era of the Old Sith Wars, due to their temporal proximity. (SWI80)

Old Soveryn
this was a famous character from a play made famous by Adalric Brandl. (TFE)

Old Spaceman's Home
this was a reference used by many independent spacers to refer to a safe and secure retirment. Han Solo's ultimate goal, before joining up with the Alliance, was to live long enough to make it to the Old Spaceman's Home. (HSE)

Old Suicide Squads
this was Alliance slang for the original Infiltrators of the Special Forces division. (SWJ11)

Old Tarmidian
this language, according to Entoo Needan E-elz, was Jorj Car'das' childhood language. (VOF)

Old Town
this was original section of the city of Bagsho, established on the planet Nim Drovis. Much of this section was built on stilts over swampland. Over time, the citizens drained the swamps and established a network of well-maintained canals instead of roadways. Slug ranches were established on the outskirts, and the New Republic established the Meridian Sector medical facility there. (HT)

Old Town
this was the name given to the oldest sections of Eriadu City, on the planet Eriadu. Because it was so old, Old Town was also one of the most rundown areas of Eriadu City, as well as being one of the most polluted. (EGP, GORW)

Old Town
this was the name given to the oldest section of Qaestar Town, on the planet Talus. (CCW)

Old X'Tingian
this was the original form of the X'Tingian language, made up from a collection of sounds and smells. A written form of the lanugage was made up of heiroglyphs and pictograms. (HIV)

Oldskep
this Imperial supply freighter was stationed at the Alluuvia mining operation, in support of the outpost which was being established on the planet. It was named for an executive of Imperial Mining, Limited. (OE)

Oldsong, Abbela
this woman served as an assistant to Doctor Plee, the Ho'Din plant-development specialist who worked on the New Republic's team to restore the environment of the planet Duro. When the Yuuzhan Vong attacked Duro, Abbela was one of the first beings captured for sacrifice. The priestess Vaecta then used a tkun to suffocate her. (BP)

Oldtimers
a name given to the original inhabitants of the planet Nam Chorios. The Oldtimers were political prisoners left on the planet by the Grissmaths, which also left behind the drochs in an effort to exterminate the prisoners. Many survived, learning how to beat the drochs and maintain a meager existence. Many Oldtimers followed the words of Theras, and strove to keep larger ships from entering and leaving the system. (POT)

Oleg
this man was a low-level member of the Absolutes, during the rise to power of Balog on the planet New Apsolon, some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. He had been marked for interrogation by his superiors, and he planned to desert the Absolutes when he first met the Jedi Master Tahl. When her cover was exposed, Tahl needed to escape as well, and Oleg helped her get out of the Absolutes' base when he himself fled. It was believed that Oleg had a copy of the list of Absolute supporters, but he disappeared before he could be questioned by the Jedi Knights. His lifeless body was discovered by Qui-Gon Jinn shortly afterward, shot and killed by one of the probe droids which had been outlawed on the planet. Qui-Gon later discovered that Irini had reprogrammed the probe droids, in an effort to obtain the list and prevent any further bloodshed. (DOH, CTV)

Olemp
this cruiser was part of the Alpha fleet which was commanded by General Wedge Antilles as part of Operation Trinity, during the last stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. (FP)

Oleson (*)
a General serving at the New Academy for Space Pilots, and Luke Skywalker's favorite instructor. (MM)

Olev Madak
this Duros mechanic worked at Darknon Station at the height of the Galactic Civil War, repairing starships and barely maintaining the operational status of the station itself. Olev came to Darknon Station after fleeing a group of bounty hunters who were trying to bring him in to repaid some old gambling debts. His ship more or less disintegrated after landing at Darknon, and he remained there ever since. (PSPG)

Olgkru
this was one of the many Twi'leki clans which were native to the planet Ryloth. In the Twi'leki language, the clan's name meant "strong-willed". (GCG)

Olgreen Intelligence Guild
founded by Wilam Olgreen and belonging to the Coalition of Automaton Rights Activists, this protest group was known for its blockading of droid reclamation factories, thereby preventing the delivery of scrap or rogue droids for meltdown. The Guild was originally formed during the early stages of the Clone Wars, in protest of the ways in which droids of the Confederacy of Independent Systems were destroyed by the Old Republic. The Guild was known to have erected portable shield generators to prevent Republic transports from dumping the shells of damaged battle driods into reclamation facilities. (FTD, SWI70)

Olgreen, Wilam
this fanatic was the leader of the Olgreen Intelligence Guild during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Olgreen founded the Guild during the early years of the Clone Wars, in protest of the ways in which the Old Republic was disposing of damaged battle droids collected from warzones. Because he maintained no outward connection to the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Olgreen was never arrested for his actions. Years later, it was known that he maintained an illegal droid modification facility somewhere in the Outer Rim Territories, and sold his services and wares aboard Omze's Incredible Travelling Starport. (FTD, SWI70)

Olianna
this six-year-old A'Mar child was only member of their society who had not yet taken a drink from the Wellspring, when the time came to perform The Vigil, during the Galactic Civil War. She was too young to remain by the spring alone, and the other children who were old enough to accompany her had been lost in the woods and had to drink from the spring to survive. As luck would have it, a group of adventurers suffered damage to their starship near Lamus, and had to land on the moon. In exchange for the parts to repair their ship, the adventurers agreed to accompany Olianna to the Wellspring. (WOA31)

Olie', Ric
this man was a native of the planet Naboo, and grew up trying to fly or drive anything he could get his hands on. Among his friends, he was known as "Reckless Ric" for his piloting of a Sandtek Skyflipper into a grassy hill. However, he reined in his enthusiasm and joined the military, and was eventually promoted to the leader of Royal armed forces' Bravo Squadron. However, like the rest of Naboo society, he was unprepared for the Trade Federation's invasion force of droids. Olie and his pilots were quickly rounded up and prepared for dispatching to a detention camp when Qui-Gin Jinn and Obu-Wan Kenobi managed to liberate Queen Amidala from her Neimoidian captors. Obi-Wan freed the pilots, and the group fled Naboo for Coruscant. Ric Olie took control as the senior pilot, guiding them through the Federation's blockade as best he could. However, all his skills were no match for the firepower of the Federation battle cruisers. He was forced to limp the ship to Tatooine for repairs, but eventually got Amidala to Coruscant. While en route, Ric brought young Anakin Skywalker into the cockpit and taught him about the working of the starship. Later, during the Battle of Naboo, Ric led Bravo Squadron against the Federation's droid control ship. With the unexpected help of young Anakin, they were able to destroy the control ship and eliminate the threat imposed by the Federation's droid armies. (SW1, OWS, NEGC)

Oliet
this man was one of the Peacekeeperrs who protected the survivors of the Outbound Flight Project, during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (SQ)

O'lif Khaz
this Kubaz holovid director once handled the on-screen career of Ema Slake. He got into financial trouble during the height of the New Order, and got deep into debt with a group of loan sharks on Oseon 8920. He was later framed for stealing several silicate trophies from Slake' residence by Sosten Freet. (GMR5)

Olifer
this man served the Alliance as a Lieutenant Commander aboard the Dreadnaught New Hope during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (RAG)

Oligtaz
this planet was home to the Esraza Temple. (RM)

Olim
this star was the central body in the Perave System, which included the planet Arkania. (TOJC)

Olin, Ferus
this young man was training to become a Jedi Knight, some five years after the Battle of Naboo. A noble-looking young man with maturity beyond his years, Ferus had been the chosen Padawan learner of Siri Tachi at the time, and was training at the same time as Anakin Skywalker. Ferus constructed a red lightsaber during his training, a fact that raised many eyebrows in the Jedi Temple. His experiences with the training at the Temple were hard on Ferus, who was friendly with many students but never true friends with any one being. He focused solely on his training, a fact that led his fellow students to call him the "ruler of Planet Dull." He felt that the Force and his Jedi training were simply missing pieces in his life, with the tenets of the Jedi Order seeming to fit into grooves in his mind. Ferus was an older student with a great deal of experience, being about two years older than Anakin, and he had the charisma and fortitude to take control of a situation without hesitation. Many Jedi Masters even considered him among the strongest Padawans of his generation, second only to Anakin. His experiences in the Crystal Cave on Ilum only reinforced his position, as the visions he encountered seemed to show that his desire to be the best apprentice would lead to his downfall. When he was teamed with Anakin Skywalker during the evacuation of Radnor, some five years after the Battle of Naboo, the two young men found themselves constantly at odds to provide leadership to the Padawan team. The two vowed to keep an eye on each other, as both held reservations about the other's true motives. Later, they were paired on a mission to locate Jenna Zan Arbor on the planet Romin. Posing as the criminals Waldo and Ukiah, they managed to explore the outer edges of the city of Eliior, during which time Anakin and Ferus discovered that they both fell into a rapport without any effort. However, it was on Romin that Ferus explained to Obi-Wan Kenobi that he feared for Anakin at the same time he admired him, and worried that Anakin's sense of what was right was clouded by his own inner conviction. This unburdened Ferus of his fears, and allowed him to reach a better understanding of Anakin and his abilities. In short order, the two Padawans began working well together, an occurrence that made the pursuit of Granta Omega, Jenna Zan Arbor, and Roy Teda that much easier. The four Jedi tracked down every possible lead, until they realized that Granta Omega's true target was Chancellor Palpatine himself. Obi-Wan and Anakin had managed to keep Palpatine safe, but Obi-Wan was forced to leave Anakin with the Chancellor in order to locate Omega. When Siri and Ferus reached tham, Ferus agreed to watch over the Chancellor while Siri and Anakin when to assist Obi-Wan. Thus, Ferus was the only Jedi in Palpatine's vicinity when Omega's seeker droids attacked the Senate chambers. Ferus found valiantly, until he found himself guarding both Palpatine and the fleeing Roy Teda. Despite deflecting the attacks of five or more droids, Roy Teda was shot and killed. In the aftermath of the fighting, Ferus believed that he had failed. Even though Roy Teda was one of most vehemently anti-Jedi voices in the Senate, Ferus still mourned his death. Upon returning to Coruscant, Ferus was chosen by the Jedi Council to be the first candidate for an accelerated program meant to promote students to Knight status earlier. He then accompanied the team that was dispatched to Korriban to apprehend Granta Omega. He found himself forced into a competition with Anakin, who believed that he should have been chosen in Ferus' place. As Anakin became more aggressive, Ferus found a new friend in Tru Veld. When Tru's lightsaber was damaged in a fight on Korriban, Ferus tried to repair it, so that Tru would have a chance to continue the mission. However, his repairs caused the lightsaber to drain power at a faster rate, and Tru was left weaponless during another battle. Because of this, Darra Thel-Tanis was left undefended, and later died from a laser blast. Ferus believed himself to be responsible, and decided to leave the Jedi Order upon returning to Coruscant, despite the success of the overall mission. It was then that he learned that Anakin had done some prior repairs to Tru's lightsaber, but had failed to tell him about it. Ferus never forgave Anakin for his lack of assistance, and left the Order knowing that he had done everything he could, but forced to live with Darra's death on his conscience. It was believed that Ferus had served as an officer for the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars, where he met Roan Lands. After retiring, Ferus eventually found a home on the planet Bellassa, where he escaped the Jedi Purge, but he soon found that his connection to the Force was growing weaker. However, he witnessed first-hand the might of the Empire when the Bellassan governor was removed in favor of an Imperial governor. He and Roan formed the Eleven, and began to speak to the citizens about demanding their former freedoms, causing several demonstrations that were put down by Imperial forces. Then, Ferus was hurt and Roan captured in a raid, and he was forced to retreat into the mountains. He was being tended to by Dona when Obi-Wan Kenobi located him, and together they were able to free the hostages held by Inquisitor Malorum and flee Bellassa. It was during their escape the Ferus was able to reconnect with the Force, and although he refused to admit that he was still a Jedi, he promised to seek out any survivors of the Jedi Purge. However, they were pursued to the Red Twins by Boba Fett and D'harhan, and only barely escaped to Acherin. There, they were forced to split up, with Ferus going to Ilum to locate Garen Muln, while Obi-Wan went to Polis Massa. Ferus and Trever Flume managed to locate Garen, only to find themselves surrounded by stormtroopers. This forced Ferus to reconnect with the Force in a way that he thought was lost to him, and even Garen recognized his newfound skills. When the time came to fight, Garen gave his lightsaber to Ferus, knowing that the younger man had a better chance of defeating the stormtroopers. After escaping with Garen, Ferus vowed to establish a safeworld on a hidden asteroid, where members of the Jedi Order could hide from Imperial tyranny. He was confused when Obi-Wan chose to return to Tatooine, but realized that he had once again become a Jedi Knight, and needed to take matters into his own hands to preserve the Jedi way. (JQ1, JQ3, JQ8, JQ9, JQ10, LJ1, LJ2)

Olin/Lands Agency
this business, formed by Ferus Olin and Roan Lands during the months following the Clone Wars, was originally created to help individuals in witness-protection programs obtain new identities and homes. Over time, the pair began to handle the cases of those individuals who had blown the whistle on corruption officials, and needed to hide from the Empire. When the Empire ordered the arrests Olin and Lands, the business was shut down. (LJ1)

Olinor
this Alliance Nebulon-B frigate was captured during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Olis
this ancient Onderonian noble tried to speak out against Queen Amanoa and the Sith powers she used to control the planet Onderon. Amanoa captured Olis and killed him with a vicious ball of dark-side fire. (TOJC)

Oll Maa'cabe
this Twi'leki anthropologist was a Professor of Anthropology at Alderaan University before the destruction of that planet. He was off-world at the time, and survived the cataclysm. He was a supporter of the Alliance who joined full-time shortly before the Battle of Yaivn, and later recruited one of his students, Pajida Anjeri. They were working to recover stolen Twi'leki artifacts when they ran afoul of Imperial forces on the planet Omman. Before Doctor Anjeri could book passage to Ryloth, Doctor Maa'cabe was shot and killed by a squad of stormtroopers. (SWJ12)

Oll, Lari
this brown-haired woman was one of the many Jedi Knights who were on Coruscant during the final months of the Clone Wars. Lari worked at the Jedi Temple as one of the many technicians and support personnel who manned the Temple's communications center. Thus, Lari was on duty when General Grievous launched his attack on Coruscant, but was unable to warn anyone because of the intense jamming employed by the Separatist forces. (LEV)

Ollonir Boundaries
this was remote sector of the galaxy. (AIR)

Ollopan
this flat-bodied amphibian resembles the lilypad-like pom plant found in the swamps of Naboo. This allows the ollopan to float among the pom pads and escape being eaten by larger predators. It feeds on small plants and the algae-like green glie. (GF)

Ollopom
this aquatic rodent, native to the planet Naboo, had short, dense, green fur which allowed it to move through the water quite swiftly and provided camouflage. The six-legged ollopom floated on the surface, using its wide head to mimic the pads of poms. A collection of tendrils sprouting from the top of their heads resembled the blossoms of the pom, and these bloomed on response to the pom plant. The ollopom fed on the wide leaves of the pom. (WSW)

Olm
a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "porter" or "bearer". (GCG)

Olmahk
this Noghri bodyguard accompanied Leia Organa Solo to Bastion, during her attempt to gain the assistance of Gilead Pellaeon in battling the Yuuzhan Vong. He later traveled with Leia to the Conclave on the Plight of the refugees, on Ord Mantell. During the restoration of the ecosystem on Duro, Olmahk was forced to protect Leia's escape route, after the Yuuzhan Vong attacked the planet, and he was killed in the attempt. His efforts were not fruitless, as Leia managed to get off Duro in time. (DTR, HT, BP)

Olmar Grahrk
this Devaronian male was the son of Holmar Grahrk. Shortly before the Battle of Naboo, Olmar was married off to five Yinchorri princesses, as part of a deal that made his father's cousin, Vilmarh Grahrk, a member of the Yinchorri clans. Villie hoped to gain the confidence of the Yinchorri by helping them steal starships from the Golden Nyss Shipyards. The Yinchorri would not agree to the plan unless Villie was a clan-mate. Villie had no desire to marry five Yinchorri females, so Olmar was chosen as the candidate. Later, during the Yinchorri defense of their home system against the Jedi Knights, Olmar was captured by Adi Gallia and Eeth Koth and held for questioning. He managed to escape, but the tried to call for help. His communication went directly to the Yinchorri headquarters, allowing the Jedi to trace the connection and root out the Yinchorri leaders. (TDV)

Olmondo
this was an ancient city, once located on the planet Ruusan. During the era of the Galactic Civil War, Olmondo was nothing more than sand-covered ruins. These ruins were discovered by Morgan Katarn, shortly after he helped get refugees from Sulon transplanted to Ruusan. (RAG)

Ologat, Mychael
an Imperial recruit stationed on Carida with Davin Felth. (TME)

Olop
this tree was so rare that, during the early decades of the New Republic, only a single specimen was known to exist. It was maintained in an arboretum on Bburru, where is was known to have produced a chiming form of music when sang to. Unfortunately for the galaxy, this last olop was destroyed when the Yuuzhan Vong destroyed Bburru. (SWI63)

Olot Aleego
this was the name of a distinguished Xexto individual. (UANT)

Olotho, Sandrex
this woman was Grand Moff Tarkin's spy in Admiral Fonada's chain of command. After the destruction of the first Death Star, she remained within Fonada's command after the Battle of Endor. She was infamous for executing an entire detachment of Imperial troops when it tried to defect to the New Republic. (HR)

Olovin
this New Republic Interdictor cruiser was one of the many ships assigned to General Wedge Antilles and the Mon Mothma, during the final stages of the New Republic's battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. (FP)

OLR-4
this Trade Federation battle droid was part of the droid complement which was stationed aboard the Revenue shortly before the Battle of Naboo. OLR-4, which held the rank of Commander, had been programmed to seek out any unusual activity during the loading of lommite from Dorvalla. OLR-4 was destroyed when it discovered intruders from the Nebula Front in the cargo hold of the Revenue and tried to defend the ship. The droid survived long enough to send a message to the ship's central computer before being blasted to bits. (COD)

Olsini Turpo
this female Snivvian owned and operated a tailor's shop and haberdashery in Bartyn's Landing, on the planet Lamaredd, during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. Turppo was also known to the residents of Bartyn's Landing as the best source of local gossip. (GMR7)

Olumpa
an Alliance container transport destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Ol'val
Old Corellian for "hello" or "goodbye," depending on the situation. (SWJ4, SWJ12)

Ol'val, min dul'skal, ahn guld domina
an Old Corellian farewell, which roughly translates to "clear skies and good luck, my friend," but has been literally translated to "May fate be with you." (SWJ7)

Ol-villip
this Yuuzhan Vong creation was similar in use to a standard villip, but was designed to work in concert with a provoker spineray during the investigation of a being's nervous system. (EVC)

Olys
this was the Old Corellian word for "old." (SWJ7)

Olys Corellisi
this was the Old Corellian phrase used to indicate the "Old Corellian" language. (SWJ7)

Olys guerlle
literally "old guard," this was an Old Corellian term of respect used to address an acquaintence. (SWJ7)

OM811
this was the official Imperial designation of the planet which was later named Kastin. It was the first planet in the Thrantin System, located in the Ollonir Boundaries. (AIR)

OM812
this was the official Imperial designation of the planet which was later named Rantorin. It was second planet in the Thrantin System, located in the Ollonir Boundaries, and had two moons. (AIR)

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