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Cabrool Nuum had a base here, before Jabba the Hutt killed him. (JTH)

this is a type of detonation fuse that can be programmed to go off after certain criteria are met. The most common is a time delay of up to two months from activation. The fuse can also be set off by temperature, moisture, or pressure changes. (CRO)

a strong cord tipped with a heat-seeking device, it is very useful for ensnaring prey or an opponent. Boba Fett's Mandalorian armor has at least one installed, which he used to try and hold Luke during Luke's escape from Jabba the Hutt and the Pit of Carkoon. (ROTJ, HTTE)

this was a generic term used to describe a specialized vacuum-cleaning droid developed during the last decades of the Old Republic. (YDR)

Smarx, Plo
this Doctor was in charge of Hydrospeare Corporation's Design Team Beta, until he was imprisoned for sedition and espionage by the Empire. (AIR)

this sport was popularlized during the last century of the Old Republic, and continued to maintain a large following during the New Order and into the era of the New Republic. It involved 25 players wearing skates, all of whom carried thick mallets that were used to strike the ball and sent it toward a goal. (COJ, HNN4, GMR1)

Smashbone Fever
this disease caused the ligaments in a being's body to tear violently, literally smashing the bones when they ruptured. The disease was believed to be caused by a microorganism that was neither bacteria nor virus, and was considered about fifty percent fatal even when treated with muscle relaxants. Although there was no known cure for smashbone fever, it sometimes went into remission, only to reappear later in life. (MJH)

developed by Locris Syndicates, this was a form of personal protection armor made for private security forces. Modified versions were also used by bounty hunters. (GUN)

Smath, Sodilayno
an employee of TransGalMeg Industries, this small, dark-skinned human operated the souvenir shop located in Narg Starport. Smath was rude and loud, but he didn't make his living selling trinkets. Instead, he was the primary source of information and black market goods at the starport, and the bluster he expresses is more of a cover. Despite his high prices, Smath's information was quite often reliable. (TA)

this type music, punctuated by its percussion, was popular during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SHPT)

Smebba Dunk
this Hutt was in command of the Clan Council, at the point when the Empire first took control of Nar Shaddaa's Corellian Sector. (SWJ7)

a Twi'lek deity. (JTH)

Smeel, Jenn
this Imperial Army Colonel took the place of Crix Madine, after Madine defected to join the Alliance. (SWJ5)

this was the Huttese verb for "to smile." (GMR5)

this female Noghri worked as a clerk for Hyperspeed Express at their base on Wayland, during the years following the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. She was a very demanding representative, and was always suspicious of Imperial spies trying to break into company records. When Dal Konur arrived on Wayland to search for a lightsaber, he used the Force to cloud Smekt's mind, making her believe he was actually the Jedi Knight Streen. He then arranged for several shipments to be transported to Bilbringi, where he planned to steal a ship and travel to Bastion. (WOA29)

Smelly Saint
a smuggling ship known to run illegal copies of agricultural droids in the Kimm Systems. It is a light stock freighter, not capable of long hauls. (COJ)

Smethwile, Chalden
this Imperial Lieutenant serves as a customs inspector at the spaceport on Kelada, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A tall, gaunt man who was overly insulting to the independent spacers he detained, Smethwile often overlooked spacing infractions while berating a freighter's crew. (SWJ5)

Smiff, Relan
this man was a noted herpetologist who investigated the evolution of giant, fanned rawls on the planet Naboo, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWGAL)

any individual affected by the herb savorium. They were described as the only truly contented individuals in the galaxy. A smiler is characterized by a totally accommodating nature, and would do anything for anyone. For this reason, they were prime targets for slave labor, since they would work until they were exhausted and worked for free. (DRO)

known as Smiley, this annoying Squib had a vastly enlarged view of his position in life. Despite the fact that he was traded at age seven for a mining borelifter, and spent much of his life as a drifter in the Minos Cluster, he would gladly tell you that he was raised on the Wholesale and trained in the Mystic Martial Arts of Squib Combats and Transactions. He was briefly employed on a freighter in the Minos Cluster, and claimed that he and his partner tamed with wild forests of Yelsain by themselves. (HR)

a nickname used to describe Klorr Vilia, after he had become affected by his own creation, savorium. He was kept impounded by Master Zorneth, who was one of the few who knew the secret of savorium because he was present when Vilia first ingested savorium. Smiley was kidnapped by the Dictator-Forever Craw, who wanted to have the secret of savorium for his own evil uses. Smiley was rescued by R2-D2 and C-3PO, with the help of Shay and the Revoltists, but later perished when Zorneth's starship self-destructed while under attack by Craw's forces. (DRO)

this was the name used by Mace Windu to describe Nick Rostu, before they were properly introduced. (SHPT)

Smith, Gideon
this boisterous, independent prospector spent much of his career working the Sil'Lume Asteroid Belt. He and his partner, Sidney Shortfang, took a great deal of work with the Tredway family on 24 Tredway. When they learned that Erling Tredway had been captured by Imperial Governor Parnell and imprisoned on Tol Ado, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, they enlisted the help of Luke Skywalker in rescuing him. They learned that Erling's sister, Dena, had been sent to 24 Tredway to convince Erling to stop his rebellious activity in the Belt, but found Dena had been injured in Parnell's attack on 24 Tredway. They brought Dean to Ire Eleazari, then returned to Tol Ado to rescue Erling. However, in their initial flight from the Deathblock, Gideon was bounced from their boss-buggy while they were being chased by Imperial forces. Gideon went down shooting, but was quickly cut down by Imperial stormtroopers. His death meant a great deal to Luke, and he sadly remembered Gideon's contributions when he returned to Yavin 4. (JH)

this man was the Port Import Inspector at the Drepplin starport, during the early years of the New Republic. (POC)

Smoke Demon
summoned from the very essence of The Force, this creature existed as a deadly plume of smoke until it could feed on living tissue. When it captured a living being, the smoke demon first paralyzed it, then insinuated its smoky form into the physical body of its prey. The smoke demon then sucked every bit of living essence from the body, leaving nothing behind. As it fed, the smoke demon became more substantial. As it grew stronger, the only way to kill a smoke demon was with the Force itself. When a smoke demon died, the souls of its victims - which had been trapped inside it - were finally freed. (LTA1)

Smoke Moth
this small, flying insect was once native to the planet Nal Hutta. (NEGV)

Smoke Screamer
this combination sonic screecher and smoke bomb was often used by Puggles Trodd. When detonated, the smoke screamer gives off thick, black clouds of smoke along with an ear-piercing wail. (TM)

this was the term used by the Muuns to describe the small volcanoes that regularly emerged from the shallow seas of the homeworld of Muunlinst. These volcanoes were the sources of much of the Muuns' wealth, since they regularly brought valuable ores from the mantle of the planet up through the crust, depositing them in the cones of the cooling magma vents. (GORW)

Smoking Blaster
this smuggling ship was once employed by Nilya Fek'ra to transport security droid logic matrices to the rebels on Cotellier, during the Galactic Civil War. The ship's computer memory also held information on Yosger's operations, which resulted in Yosger's pirates attacking and waylaying the ship en route to Cotellier. The Smoking Blaster was a modified Loronar medium transport ship, measuring 75 meters in length and armed with four twin laser cannons. The ship had been in service for 50 years prior to the Battle of Endor, although its owners were heavily in debt to Yosger for the ship. (GMH)

Smoking Forest
this was a region of tree-like rock formations that was found on the surface of the planet Mustafar. (SWGAL)

Smoking Jets
a pre-fab bar and grill on Spaceport Row in Plawal. Like most of its kind, the Smoking Jets was build from 3 pre-fab cubes linked together in a line, with the connecting walls knocked out. (COJ)

Smoky Crystal
another name for Spook Crystals. (POT)

Smoky Dreams
Bria Lavval sang this song with Umjing Baab and his Swinging Trio aboard the Queen of Empire. (RD)

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 "blessed". (GCG)

this plant is often used by terraformers as a food source. It grows in harsh climates. (POT)

this was the Basic translation of a derogatory term used by the Zabrak race to describe a human. (SWI83)

this elderly, alien criminal was incarcerated at the Oovo IV prison facility during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Smootie was once good friends with Jango Fett, and served as Fett's primary source of inside information for many years. Smootie later provided Fett with information on the Bando Gora cult, when Fett returned to Oovo IV to break Bendix Fust out of prison. He related the story of another bounty hunter who had tried to locate the Bando Gora, but returned in a state of shaking fear and without any memory of where he had gone. (BH)

a putty-like substance used by the Twi-leki. (JTH)

this alien race was characterized by its blue-green skin. (APS)

SM-series Droid
this form of automaton was developed by the New Republic and used as scavengers at battle sites. As directed by Operation Flotsam and the Historic Battle Site Preservation Act, these droids were used to recover any physical evidence from a battle site, for investigation by the New Republic Intelligence agency, prior to release for public viewing. These droids were often accompanied by DA-series analysis droids. (CTD)

Smugglers' Alliance
in the years following Grand Admiral Thrawn's defeat, the tenuous collaboration between the galaxy's best smugglers was consolidated into a formal alliance which agreed to assist the New Republic in any way possible. Mara Jade served as the liaison between the Republic and the Alliance for many years, before marrying Luke Skywalker and training at the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, the Smugglers' Alliance maintained a low profile, as many of its members turned to more legitimate activities such as running supplies and weapons to worlds that had been ravaged by the alien invaders. With the surrender of the Yuuzhan Vong at Coruscant some five years after the invasion began, the leaders of the Smugglers' Alliance decide that it was time to disband the alliance. Many of the goods they had been providing to the galaxy - chief among them the various forms of spice - had been in short supply during the war, and most beings had been forced to confront their addictions and overcome them. This meant that there was a very small market for these illegal goods. Thus, the members of the alliance set off to help the galaxy rebuild itself. (COTF, UF)

Smuggler's Code
according to Han Solo, this was the set of rules by which smugglers worked together, regardless of race, creed, religion, or any other delineating factor. He invoked the Smuggler's Code most often with young, inexperienced smugglers, who were often unaware that there was, in fact, no such thing as a Smuggler's Code. (DN1)

Smuggler's Confederation
this loose alliance was formed in the Cularin System, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. They were the chief rivals to the power of Riboga the Hutt, having organized themselves into a loose guild in order to gain a measure of respect and power in the system. Over time, Riboga made a deal with the Confederation which brought the organization into Riboga's operations. The day-to-day operations of the Confederacy were unchanged, and many smugglers actually welcomed the leadership Riboga brought to the group. (LFC)

Smuggler's Fade
this was the name used by smugglers to describe an evasion tactic in which a wanted individual was cornered in a room or building, but hid behind a false wall or inside a compartment, thereby "fading" into the background and avoiding notice. (TG)

Smuggler's Hideaway
a bar and restaurant located on Nar Shaddaa. (THG)

Smuggler's Kit
this small, black-box device is attached to a starship's hyperdrive and identification transponder. It changes the starship's identification codes and registry information each time the ship jumps into hyperspace. (SOL)

Smuggler's Pie
this meal, which is basically a careful combination of left-overs, derived from the basic smuggler's dinner which consisted of whatever was available when the smuggler was hungry. (TNR)

Smuggler's Rest
this tavern is located on Nar Shaddaa. It has rooms available for rent, and is generally described as sleazy. Bria Tharen stayed here, while planning the Alliance's attack on Ylesia. (RD)

Smuggler's Reverse
a starship maneuver in which a ship under attack suddenly stops and swings around 180 degrees to face its attackers. (VOF)

Smuggler's Run
this collection of asteroids was once controlled by the Hutts. It served as a base of operations for many smugglers who couldn't afford the relative luxury of havens like Nar Shaddaa. The Smuggler's Run has been in use for several centuries, and has remained unchecked due to its hazardous entrance through the asteroids. Several asteroids have been hollowed out or riddled with caverns to support life, and have been nicknamed Skips. The Skips were numbered in the order in which they were inhabited. A few minor crimelords developed personal empires within certain asteroids, but their influence rarely extended beyond a single rock. After the deaths of Jabba the Hutt and Emperor Palpatine, the Run became freed of Hutt control and began to operate on its own. During this time, the failed Jedi Dolph found an ally in the crimelord Nandreeson, and together they began shipping Dolph's rigged droids through the Run to points on Coruscant and other New Republic worlds. Many smugglers took jobs working for Nandreeson and Dolph, but many of them suddenly disappeared when they got too involved. (TNR)

Smuggler's Scuttlebutt
this galaxy-wide newsnet sprang up during the New Order, and was created to provide smugglers and independent spacers with relevant information on various sectors of the galaxy. Rather than provide information on legitimate spacing opportunities, the Smuggler's Scuttlebutt detailed the current underworld situation in a given location. (FBS)

Smugglers' Strip
this chain of mountains ran down the center of Elrood's largest continent, separating Elrooden from Dinbar. Originally founded by Lud Chud as an isolated landing strip, this area was allowed to remain operative by Elrood Starport Command only through Lud Chud's careful management. Only a few ships were allowed to land at the Smugglers' Strip each day, in order to maintain traffic through the main starport. (PG3)

Smuggler's Turn
originally attributed to smugglers who plied the spacelanes, this maneuver involved turning a vehicle on its axis with a quick burst of speed and a hard crank on the steering vane. The vehicle would then spin end-for-end, enabling the pilot to quickly reverse course. The maneuver was much easier to accomplish with a landspeeder, but skilled pilots could do it in a small starship. (HSL)

Smuggling Guilds
the unofficial title used by the various groups who are running smuggling operations from Nar Shaddaa. (DE1)

Smuggling Interdiction Division
this was a branch of the Corellian Defense Force, charged with monitoring and apprehending smugglers who used Corellia as their base. Corran Horn joined this division after his mother, Nyche, was killed in a speeder accident. It was during this time that he first met Iella Wessiri. (NEGC)

this Imperial Lieutenant served under Captain Alijah Orr in the Mestra System. He constantly hounded and bullied Renea Luies, especially after Orr began his personal against smugglers. Smythers hoped to get promoted by quickly and energetically carrying out Orr's orders. He tried to catch Shamus Falconi smuggling weapons, but was unable to do so successfully. (SWJ9)

Snack Beetle
this form of beetle was bred by the Yuuzhan Vong as a source of food. (UF)

this device was developed by the Hutts, and served as a living environment for the aquatic creatures they loved to snack on. (TPS)

a member of the Imperial Select Committee. (ROC)

this was the nickname under which the Snivvian Zutton worked as a bounty hunter. (SWJ11)

a derogatory name given to the Snivian race. (SW)

this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry. (GCG)

Scarlet Bloodhawk's Ky'lessan second-in-command. He turns her and her Alliance friends over to the Empire for a nomial fee. (RPG)

Snakes' Den
this starport area, located on the planet Camden, was named for the fact that the starport served as a crossroads for the trade of the Outer Rim's fringe society. (CRO)

Snap Baton
this weapon appears to be a short, stocky cylinder when not in use. However, it can be snapped open with a flick of the wrist, extending the shaft into a meter-long club. The snap baton was used by law enforcement agencies which were limited in their use of laser weapons. (ROE)

Snap Bug
related to the blast bug used by the Yuuzhan Vong, the snap bug was a much smaller creature, although it exploded in much the same way as a blast bug did. Instead of causing physical damage, however, snap bugs produced a blinding flash of light which disoriented an individual long enough for a Yuuzhan Vong warrior to launch and attack. In low light situations, snap bugs could also provide a spark of illumination. (GMR8)

Snapit, Torr
this ancient, gray-skinned man was a scout for the Jedi Knights, searching the galaxy for Force-sensitive individuals in preparation for the struggle against the Brotherhood of Darkness. It was Snapit who discovered Tomcat and Bug on the planet Somov Rit, and he arranged for the the children to be transferred to Ruusan. Upon arrival, however, their ship was set upon by Sith starfighters, and only Snapit, Bug, and Tomcat survived the crash-landing. The youths were impatient with Snapit's lack of action, and were amazed when the elderly Jedi did not draw his own lightsaber in a struggle against a team of Sith scouts. Nevertheless, Snapit managed to defeat the Sith, and believed that he had finally taught the boys a lesson. As they fled the Sith warriors, Snapit was forced to sacrifice himself to save the boys. After the boys crossed a narrow bridge, Snapit lured the Sith onto the bridge before cleaving it in two with his lightsaber. Snapit and the Sith fell to their deaths. Tomcat tried to find Snapit, but only to take his lightsaber. (JVS)

this local policeman was a large, eight-foot-tall Ithorian which had relocated to the planet Nam Chorios. Snaplaunce worked with the human Grupp in maintaining the peace of Hweg Shul. He believed that Beldorion was nothing but a Hutt crime-boss. It was Grupp and Snaplaunce that intercepted Luke Skywalker and removed him from the rocks and spears of the Oldtimers that attacked him near Taselda's house. Snaplaunce provided Luke with information on Callista's travels through the city. (POT)

Snapping Septiod
this bar was located on Vos Gesal Street, in Coruscant's Uscru District, next door to the Outlander Club. (SWDB)

Snapping Septoid
this arcade was located in the Uscru District of Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

this was the brand name of Greff-Timms Industrial's DT3 quick-draw pulse-wave blaster. (TOJC)

this was a swear word used by the human inhabitants of the planet Ord Mantell and several other planets. (ROP, REL)

this was a creature known for its slimy coating. (T7)

this Bothan served as Admiral Traest Kre'fey's chief aide aboard the Ralroost, during the years of the New Republic's struggle against the Yuuzhan Vong. (Y, DW)

this navigation and direction finding device was produced by Celextrian during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Known as a NavDif, the SNDF-12 could communicate with orbital satellites, triangulating the position of its user in seconds. (GFT)

this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this was the nickname used by Jaina Solo to describe the R9-series astromech droid that was assigned to her StealthX fighter, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN1)

Snedarl Electronics
this contractor developed a number of electronic equipment systems for the Empire. (FOP)

this was the name given to the native language of the Sneevel people. (ANT)

Sneel, Jarred
this man, a native of the Corellian System, was a noted droid rights protester during the height of the New Order. Not much was known about Sneel, except for the fact that he was obsessed with automata of every kind and the preservation of their rights. He was also the leader of the fanatical group known as the Mechanical Liberation Front. Many law enforcement agencies believed that Sneel and the MLF were actually front groups for Black Sun, but this was never proven. (FTD)

Sneerzick, Xalto
this human was the son of a brilliant droid designer. His early years were filled with loneliness broken only by the company of droids, which Xalto came to love as his real family. As he grew, Xalto started to believe that all droids were at least somewhat sentient, and deserved to be treated as equals to organic lifeforms. Xalto's education followed his father's footsteps, and he became a genius in droid mechanics. His behavior turned fanatical and irrational in his later years, and a tattoo of a cog and a lightning bolt on his right hand signifies his complete devotion to freeing all droids throughout the galaxy. He founded the Droid Abolitionist Movement, and a small team of confederates gathered around him, including Babalabbet Swoont, Zoonia Tantra, and a blue droid known as G-3PO. A loud and fiery speaker, Xalto was highly charismatic. When he discovered that Cosmohaul Shipping was transporting large numbers of droids, he and his followers began pirating Cosmohaul ships. He and his team infiltrated Cosmohaul's crew pool, and managed to gain access to the Argent Lady and its cargo of R5 droids. Xalto added his "emancipation virus" to the droids, and hoped to set them free. However, his droids' programming caused the droids to rebel even against him. His group on the Argent Lady was tracked and killed by the R5 droids before a group of freelance mercenaries could stop them. (SWJ9)

this planet, located in the Kastolar Sector of the Expansion Region, was the homeworld of the Sneevel race. Sneeve was one of the first ten planets to join the Refugee Resettlement Coalition, shortly before the Clone Wars. Note that the galaxy map inside Star Wars Insider, issue 65, places Sneeve in the Mid Rim, between Tholatin and Chalacta. (IWE1, HNN5, SWI65)

an alien race, the Sneevel were native to the planet Sneeve. Roughly humanoid in stature, Sneevels stood nearly two meters tall and had a square jaw set below an upturned nose. They were first discovered by Duros explorers some 14,000 years before the Battle of Endor, and had already achieved a high level of technology at that time. After being given the gift of hyperdrive technology by Duros and human spacers, the Sneevels began exploring the galaxy for themselves. They were known as excellent scouts and explorers. (IG1, IWE1, ANT)

this unpredictable young man was a member of the Friends of Paran resistance group on Derilyn, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He considered himself a soldier and all-around trouble-maker, and claimed to be able to smell Imperial forces a mile away. Sneeze and Kailage Lanis were good friends, although both were captured by Imperial forces during the Alliance's attempt to expose Operation: Elrood. (OE)

this was a sland term used on the planet Corellia, as a derogatory way of describing another person. (MC100)

Snic 2-4-2
this repulsor-equipped droid was designed to move small cargoes from place to place. Two large grasping arms were mounted to the front, and a pair of smaller manipulator arms was located on each side. (BTRKS29)

a BlasTech weapons detector consisting of a cube-shaped, handheld scanner. (CSA)

one of Leia Organa-Solo's bodyguards, he was given the nickname Sniffer because his job was to preceed Leia wherever she went. He carried a backpack filled with various electrical and chemical sensors to detect threats to Leia before she encountered them. (BTS)

this beverage could be served cold or boiled, depending on the drinker's tastes. (SWJ11)

this thorned, creeping plant is a third-generation variety used on terraformed worlds. It is a hardy plant with a dense root structure that helps anchor the soil. (POT)

Snil, Tarrant
this customs officer worked in the city of Lay Pa-Sidian, on the planet G'wenee. Snil was targetted by Grappa the Hutt for weaseling out of a bribe the crimelord had paid him, stealing from him, and generally interferring with Grappa's business. After Zee Ethda failed to capture him, Grappa sent Kil Kenix, unaware that Kenix was really Kir Kanos. Kenix quickly dispatched Snil's bodyguards, and easily took Snil into custody. Snil was then transported to Genon, and was given to the Zanibar for one of their blood-sacrifices. (CE2)

this thick liqueur that Lando Calrissian often ordered when a sabacc match required alcoholic consumption. He chose snillik because it tasted awful, which forced him to sip it slowly. It was produced somewhere in the Core Systems. (LCF)

this was the name of an Imperial attack craft developed in the wake of the Battle of Endor. A cross between a swoop and an airspeeder, the Sniper was a fast, maneuverable repulsorcraft that was protected by heavy armor and armed with a twin blaster cannon, a twin medium blaster cannon, and a concussion missile launcher. These curve-winged vehicles could attain speeds of 600 kilometers an hour, mainly because the designers fitted an immense ion afterburner just behind the cockpit. This enhanced drive system gave the Sniper a characteristic whine whenever it flew into battle. (SWG2)

this Rodian was one of the mercenaries employed by Jabba the Hutt to infiltrate Ylesia just prior to the Alliance's assault on the planet. Sniquux was sent to Colony Nine to make sure that the t'landa Til working to get the colony operational never succeeded. Just before the Battle of Ylesia, Sniquux laid several traps of monofilament wire and portable speakers. From the speakers, he sounded the call of a thota, and stampeded the t'landa Til. The huge beasts panicked, running into the monofilament fibers and shredding themselves to ribbons. (RD)

Droopy McCool's "real" name, Snit was actually the given to the Kitonak by the beings who enslaved him as a youth. He resented the name Snit, but his actual name - a whistled sequence of notes - was unpronounceable in Basic. When Sy Snootles decided to call him Droopy McCool, Snit gladly shed his slave-name, although he maintained a deep connection to his birthname. (TJP, SWI67)

this was a nickname, used in the spaceport town of Mos Eisley to describe Garindan. (CHRN)

Snitchly Gritch
this was the codename of a criminal informant who had a number of contacts within the Black Sun organization, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (WOTC)

a snack food favored by the Squib, Mace Windu. (SWJ11)

a noxious slug. (JTH)

Snivas, Jerik
a native of Lianna, this greasy-haired man served as an investigator for the Imperial Office of Criminal Investigations for many years. His successes, both in the field and in in the bureaucracy, earned him a posting as an officer in the Kwenn Station IOCI facility. However, several shady deals caught up with him, and he quit the IOCI in order to avoid being investigated himself. He remained on Kwenn Station, brokering information to the highest bidder. He also expedited the postings of bounties, matching them to specific hunters in order to minimize the paperwork a hunter was required to do in order to take on a bounty. It was later learned that Snivas had been working for Tern Ashandrik, sending less-qualified hunters to Seregar in order to help maintain Ashandrik's freedom. (ND)

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