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Sosakar
pseudonym of the only survivor of the Darkfire, a ship captained by Flandon Sweeg that was lost in the Borkeen asteroid belt while searching for the huge, legendary space slug, Grendel. (SWSB)

Sosal
this female Saheelindeeli was the leader of the Alien Underground on Desevro, during the height of the New Order. Sosal was also a noted computer slicer, having been trained as a corporate computer technician for years. Much of her work for the Alien Underground involved forging work permits and licenses for non-humans, but she also spent a great deal of effort in planting errors in computer records of the Thirty-Seven Families. (GORW)

Soshu Londahl
this Ithorian was a noted publisher during the last decades of the Old Republic. (WOTC)

Soskin Guard
this was a small-time para-military outfit that sold its services for protection. (SOP)

Sossen-3
this was the designation of a Nubian ion drive system produced in the years following the Battle of Naboo. (X2)

Sossen-7
this was the designation of a Nubian ion drive system produced during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWDB)

Sossil Wekwa
this was a distniguished member of the Pacithhip society. (UANT)

Sossk
this lisping Trandoshan operated Krakin's Alehouse on Genarius, during the final years of the Old Republic. He took over the operation of the Alehouse from Krakin several years before the Battle of Naboo, and had been the proprietor for fifteen years before the height of the Clone Wars. (LFCW)

Sosten Freet
this Advozse served as Ema Slake's agent, during the height of the New Order. He tried to steal a group of silicate trophies from Slake's personal collection, blaming the thefts on her former director, O'lif Khaz. However, Khaz was proven innocent, and Freet was later arrested and imprisoned for the crime. (GMR5)

SOSW
a Mon Calamari power converter. (RM)

Sotak
this clan of Doneer ruled the city of Sotak'vik, on the planet Doneer'so. The Sotak were known as charismatic and powerful, and inspired fanatic loyal within their clan, and extreme jealousy from other clans. (SWCP)

Sotak'vik
this Doneer'so city-hive was controlled by the Sitak clan during the Galactic Civil War. (SWCP)

Soterios
this dry, rocky world was the capital of the province held by House Melantha of Tapani Sector. Much of its surface was covered with windswept canyons and desert wastelands. A few settlements managed to eke out a living, and the species they brought with them quickly overran the native flora and fauna. As a result, vitually none of the planet's original lifeforms existed at the height of the New Order. (PGT, LOE)

Soth Petikkin
this native of the planet Tefau worked as a recruiter for the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Endor. Petikkin had a limited form of precognition, and used his contacts within Jabba the Hutt's organization to locate potential recruits. (CCG9)

Sothek
this Yinchorri was a member of the Intelligentsia class, during the years following the Battloe fo Naboo. Sothek was one of the few Yinchorri who doubted Vilmarh Grahrk's plans to steal starships from the Golden Nyss Shipyards, mainly because Grahrk wasn't a member of a Yinchorri clan. (TDV)

Sotipe
this gas giant was the seventh planet in the Derilyn System, located in the Elrood Sector. It was orbited by fourteen moons. (PG3)

Sot-sirc
this mysterious being was known only to a handful of beings, during the final years of the Old Republic. Those that knew him also knew that he was born Cris Tosiren on the planet Coruscant, some forty years before the Battle of Geonosis. Sot-sirc - a name taken from spelling part of his given name backwards - was something of an information broker, whose presence in a star system often resulted in chaos and death. It was believed that Sot-sirc worked for just above very major faction in the galaxy, from the Hutt crime syndicates to the Jedi Order and the office of the Supreme Chancellor. During the Clone Wars, it was learned that Sot-sirc had been the individual who dug up all the information on the Darkstaff and where to find it, a job he did for Len Markus and which almost led to the destruction of the Cularin System. Thus, when a computer hacker known as ins1dr posted information on Sot-sirc's return to Cularin, many of the system's inhabitants feared the worst. (LFCW)

Sottos
this Hutt was a mid-level crimelord on his homeworld of Nal Hutta, during the early years of the New Order. (WOTC)

Soul for Sale
this song, written and played by the band Starburst, first appeared on the compilation StakeOut. It was rated scarlet by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Soul Snare
this ancient device was used to capture the life energies of Force-sensitive individuals. (CSWDW)

Soul Stealer
this milky-white, carved talisman was part of a collection of sinister artifacts maintained by the ancient Jedi Humat, more than 19,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. When touched by unsuspecting beings, the soul stealer took possession of the holder's mind, forcing the individual to do the talisman's bidding. Once under the soul stealer's control, a being was compelled to kill every being they came into contact with. The talisman was inadvertently rediscovered by construction crews during the last century of the Old Republic, during a building demolition. Before it could fall into the wrong hands, a group of freelance agents recovered the soul stealer and returned it to the Jedi Knights. (CCW)

Soul Tree
this was the name of the ceremonial tree planted for every Ewok at its birth. When the Ewok died, its hood was tied around its Soul Tree's trunk. (ECAR)

Soullex
this planet, located in the Outer Rim Territories' Fardon System, was used as a base by Admiral Drommel after his defeat in the Battle of Tantive V. Drommel established a garrison on the planet while repairs were made to the Guardian, which sustained heavy damaged from New Republic forces. (WBC)

Soulworm
this creature fled the known galaxy several centuries before the Galactic Civil War, in an attempt to find a place to worship evil. It has many followers in the known galaxy, foremost of which was the Five. (CSWDW)

Soun IV
a planet. (IWE2)

Sound of Her Wings, The
this musical piece was written and played by Gayman Neeloid, and was popular during the early years of the New Republic. (POT)

Sound Slug
a form of memory storage unit about the size of a blaster power pack, capable of sotring multiple compilations of musical material. (GG9)

Sound Sponge
this device was used by bounty hunters. When placed in the center of a room, it absorbs and deadens all sounds eminating from within the room. (RD)

Sound Weapon
these kinds of pistols or blasters don't emit energy beams or particles, but a high-pitched sonic blast that can be used to stun a victim. They can be modulated for use against various species, and for varying pitches and decibel levels. (CSA)

Sounder
this was a family of large, aquatic predator that was native to the oceans of Kamino. They fish were named for the way in which they leapt out of the water and then dove back in to attack their prey. These fish were often referred to as flying fish, because of this activity. (GORW)

Soundmound
this music and dance club, located on the planet Mrlsst, was one of the many holoconcert sites played by Ghost Jedi. It was here that Rogue Squadron first met Koyi Komad. (XWPA)

Soun-Giju
this Herglic settlement, located on the planet Tallaan, maintained the culture of Giju instead of melding with its neighboring human culture. Its name translated to "Little Giju." (LOE)

Soup
this was the colloquial term used by members of the Anzat race to describe the life energies contained in a being's brain. A being's "soup" contained memories of all of their life experiences. When a being died, their "soup" ascended into the stars was lost, although it was believed that the life energies of an Anzat became part of the Sea of Memory. Over time, the Anzati discovered that they could actually taste this "soup" when they consumed the brains of their victims. Note that Star Wars Gamer magazine, issue 1, indicates that the essence is actually called "luck", while "soup" was the medium through which the "luck" could be consumed. (RT, TME, TJP, GMR1)

Sourthal, Bakki
this eager young man wanted to be a starfighter pilot, and planned to attend the Imperial Academy. However, his father believed that the Empire was too powerful, and his outspoken position was noticed during Bakki's initial interviews. He was refused admission to the Academy, so Bakki decided to join the Alliance. A handsome man with a totally fearless personality, Bakki once told his comrades that he would have been a holovid star if the Alliance hadn't taken him. Bakki was promoted to Lieutenant Commander shortly before the Battle of Hoth, and was placed in command of Red Squadron of X-Wings in Fakir Sector. When not on active alert, Bakki also served the Special Forces branch of the Alliance as a field agent.. (SWCP, AIR)

Sourthol, Bakki
this man served as the Commander of Fakir Sector Command's Red Squadron, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Commander Sourthol was also a charismatic speaker, and often was dispatched "on loan" to other Alliance bases to discuss starfighter tactics against Imperial opposition. (SWJ10)

Souse-mustard
this was an Ortolan condiment that was often used to create a tapenade that could be served with crackers. (YDR)

South Beach
this coastal area was located on the Unknown World of the Rakata race. During the height of the Great Sith War, the South Beach area was under the control of the Elders. (KOTOR)

South Conical Mountains
this was the name used to describe the arrangement of seven cones - one large cone surrounded by six smaller cones - at one end of Centerpoint Station. It was believed that the cones formed the primary repulsor generation system for the Station, since the arrangement of cones resembled that of ancient repulsor devices. (JE)

South Elrood Ocean
this was the largest of the three oceans found on the planet Elrood. (PG3)

South Horn Flightknife
one of the many Yedagonian fighter squadrons which supported Wedge Antilles and the Running Crimson Flightknife during the war against the forces of the Cartann nation, on Adumar. (SOA)

South Islands
this island chain on the planet Alderaan was home to a group of Caamasi refugees during the reign of Emperor Palpatine. (SOP)

South Kallis
this was one of the three continents found on the planet Corulag. (CCW)

South Market
this section of the city of Iritsa, located on the planet Chazwa, was the primary shopping area used by those beings who lived in The Stones. (ND)

South Mudflats
this mud-covered area of the planet Antiquity ran for thousands of kilometers. (POC)

South Qaestar Ridge
this section of the Qaestar Ridge formed the southwestern border of Qaestar Town, on the planet Talus. (CCW)

South Refineries
this was one of four ore refineries established on the Ugnaught Surface, during its construction. Once the floating city was completed, the refinery was converted into housing and business facilities for the Ugnaughts who made their homes on the Surface. (PH)

South Ridge
this rocky, V-shaped outcropping of rock was located on the planet Hoth, just to the east of the Clabburn Range. It was here that the Alliance established a final rendezvous location for the forces at Echo Base, in case of an Imperial attack. In the wake of the Battle of Hoth, Luke Skywalker and many other pilots had to make their way to the South Ridge in order to escape. (IWST)

South Swing
this was the name given to a section of the Tiaran'grast Sling Course, known for its sharp, serpentine turns and vicious cross-winds. (SPG)

Southern Bandomeer Consolidated
this collection of ice-mining operations owned and operated the Sub-70 Ice Mines on the planet Bandomeer. Southern Bandomeer Consolidated worked hard to maintain the belief that working in the ice mines was much more dangerous than working in the ionite and azurite mines of the land-based mining operations, such as the Offworld Mining Company. The reason behind this ruse was a well-kept secret: Southern Bandomeer Consolidated needed strong, experienced miners to handle the extraction of metals and minerals from the ice, but couldn't spare the personnel to actually train them. Thus, by cultivating the belief that the ice mines were a virtual death sentence, they could literally "buy" miners from Offworld and other corporations. Because the work in the ice mines was "exceptionally difficult", Southern Bandomeer Consolidated only bought Wookiees, Whiphids, and other strong-bodied races. Once a miner was purchased and brought to corporate headquarters, they were given a choice: continue working for Southern Bandomeer Consolidated as an employee, or find work offplanet. In this way, Southern Bandomeer Consolidated obtained a wealth of eager miners, and helped free many other beings from the virtual enslavement they were enduring with other mining operations. (GORW)

Southern Crags
this desolate, remote area of the Skeeb Desert was located near Skeebo City. It was here, in the Skeendo Tunnels, that the Skavers created their base of operations. (BF)

Southern Deserts
this area of the planet Sevarcos was known for its rich deposits of andris and carsunum. (SWJ2)

Southern Enclave
a section of Coruscant's Imperial City where Prince Xizor had a former mistress buried in a building foundation, after she failed to cut off their relationship. (SE)

Southern Hatagai
this was one of the smaller overclans of Alwari, native to the planet Ansion. (APS)

Southern Nikto
this is the common name for the M'shento'su'Nikto race. (GG12)

Southern Province
this was the name given to the southernmost habitable part of the planet Zeltros. (MC104)

Southern Reach
this open plain, located on the planet Venaari, was the site of a struggle between the rebel underground and the Imperials who controlled the planet, during the early years of the New Republic. (SWJ5)

Southern Tanlassa
see Tanlassa (MJH)

Southern Tract Quarry
this quarry was located on the outskirts of Thousand Thousand, on the planet Makem Te. It produced some of the finest stone available in the Obsta Desert, and it was from this stone that the markers of The Tract were quarried. (GORW)

Southern Underground
this city-area on Coruscant, located in the southern hemisphere, was populated with beggars, homeless beings, and criminals. It was extremely dangerous for an outsider. (SE)

Southern Wastelands
this lifeless area dominated the southern continent of the planet Kathol, and was inhabited by a reclusive Charr Ontee clan. (E)

Southern Wastes
an area of the planet Uba IV which was controlled by the Vorsazg clan during the height of the New Order. (SESB)

Southview Village
this rustic village was the smaller of two settlements located on the planet Edan II. After the Alliance was routed from their base by Imperial bombardment, its surviving members hid in this city until they could gather their strength for a counterattack. (IAG)

Southwest One
one of two starports located on the Anai continent of Lianna. The starport is located to allow easy shipment of the minerals and ores extracted from Lianna's barren wastes. (ML)

Southwest Refineries
this was one of four ore refineries established on the Ugnaught Surface, during its construction. Once the floating city was completed, the refinery was converted into visitor housing facilities by the Ugnaughts who made their homes on the Surface. (PH)

Southwest Two
one of two starports located on the Anai continent of Lianna. The starport is located to allow easy shipment of the minerals and ores extracted from Lianna's barren wastes. (ML)

Sovar
this man worked for Platt Okeefe as a "cargo solicitor," during many runs to Tatooine during the Galactic Civil War. (SWG10)

Sovar Imperial Hotel
this upscale hotel was located near Calliandro's, in Rodia's Equator City. (SESB)

Sovara
this was a common name used by the Klatooinan race. (UANT)

Sovereign
this New Republic supply ship made a regular run to the planet Alvorine during the years following the Battle and Endor. Note that this ship is also referred to as the Soverien. (GMR5)

Sovereign
this was the the first Sovereign-class Star Destroyer created for the reborn Emperor Palpatine, although it was never completed. (DE1)

Sovereign Beetle
this beetle, native to the planet Neimoidia, was noted for its intricately ornamental shell. (COD)

Sovereign Protectors
highest-ranking Imperial Royal Guards, the Sovereign Protectors are a highly trained and motivated group of elite guards. Individuals are chosen for their fitness, stamina, and strength, as well as their loyalty to Emperor Palpatine. They are tutored by the Dark Side Adepts in the use of the Force, but they have control of only the most elementary abilities. (DE1, DESB)

Sovereign-class Star Destroyer
these huge, 15-kilometer-long warships were to be the penultimate Imperial weapon, surpassed only by the Eclipse-class Star Destroyer. Designed to instill fear, the Sovereign-class ships were equipped with an axial superlaser designed to destroy planets in much the same way the Death Star's laser eye would. Manned by 601,670 crewers and 4,075 gunners, the Sovereign-class also boasted 500 heavy turbolaser cannons, 500 turbolaser batteries, 75 ion cannons, 100 tractor beam projectors, and 5 gravity well projectors. (DE1, DESB)

Sovler
this creature was known for its disgusting eating habits. It enjoyed consuming small rarks. (VOF)

Sovra
this was a species of small, poisonous creature. (SWJ14)

Sovv
this surname was common among the Sullustan race, and meant "pilot" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

Sowsquatch
this beast was trained for use as a mount by the natives of the planet Rattatak. (CWSB)

Soypro
a meat substitute. (SE)

Soz
this ancient melee weapon was once popular on the planet Duro. (GCG)

Soz
this was a common name given to male Duros children. The name Soz referred to an ancient melee weapon once used on Duro. (GCG)

Sozzenels
this was a noted jizz band, active during the early years of the New Order. (WOTC)

SP.9
this was the mobile version of the Golan Arms DF.9 anti-infantry battery, which was most often used by the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. The SP.9 found little outside support, however, because it was extremely large for its firepower, and was difficult to transport. The SP.9 required a pilot and three gunners to operate. (ROE)

SP12
this was the astrogation abbreviation for the planet Simpla-12. (EVE)

SP-3
this was a form of delivery speeder produced during the last decades of the Old Republic. The Sp-3 was roughly trapezoidal in shape, allowing for a large variety of cargo to be moved about with it. (BH)

SP-4
this was a model of librarian droid, used by the Jedi Knights to provide access to their immense archives found on the planet Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Based on the PK-series of labor droids, the SP-4 series was modified by Cybot Galactica to have enhanced sensory apparatus and behavioral circuitry which allowed it to monitor its environment. This gave the SP-4 the ability to gauge any Jedi who approached it, gleaning information from the Jedi's actions and behavior. The vocoder of the SP-4 was shaped like the long snout of a Pa'lowick. (AOTCN, SWDB)

SP-597
this was the callsign of one of the many stormtroopers who served under Admiral Galak Fyyar, during the early years of the New Republic. (JK2)

SP-80
a series of programmable, single-puprose droids. (COJ)

Spaar
this Yevethan clan rose to power just after the Battle of Endor, as the Imperial presence in the Koornacht Cluster began to dwindle. Nil Spaar became the primary power among the Yevetha, killing the former Viceroy in order to make his own way into the position. (SOL)

Spaarti Creations
this corporation was created on the planet Cartao as part of a joint effort between the human and Cranscoc populations. The unique aspect of Spaarti Creations' manufacturing line was that it had evolved out of Cranscoc fluid technology, allowing it to be retooled in a few hours to meet any new configuration. Much of the technology was not understood, and seemed to be organically linked to the Cranscoc themselves. For this reason, access to the manufacturing facilities was heavily restricted, and many workers were required to live on-site in order to prevent unauthorized entry. Just south of the facility was a strip of grassland, which the Cranscoc had set aside from their own use. No one was allowed to build on it, nor were people allowed to travel across it. The presence of other beings on this land upset the Cranscoc, which affected their ability to manipulate the fluid-technology on the manufacturing lines. Thus, the leaders of Cartao enforced the restrictions on the grassland. Spaarti Creations was nationalized by the Old Republic about a year into the Clone Wars, in an effort to generate more modern cloning facilities. Kinman Doriana was dispatched to Cartao to negotiate the changeover, and his efforts were nearly thwarted when the Separatists learned of the mission. The Separatists swarmed in and took control of Spaarti Creations, and Doriana enlisted the help of those around him in an effort to force them out. These plans, however, were dashed when a Republic gunship piloted by a task force of Jedi Knights, was purposely crashed into the main manufacturing facility. Doriana later discovered that the gunship had been piloted remotely by an agent of Darth Sidious, who used the destruction of Spaarti Creations to create a groundswell of hatred toward the Jedi Knights. Known to only Doriana, Sidious, and Chancellor Palpatine, however, was the fact that several thousand cloning cylinders had been rescued from the doomed facility, which were quickly stored on Wayland. (SWI68, SWI70)

Spaarti Cylinders
originally designed early in the Clone Wars by Spaarti Creations on the planet Cartao, these specially-designed canisters provided a more modern method for the Old Republic to generate clone troopers for the Army of the Republic. During the battle for control of the planet Cartao, most of these cylinders were destroyed. Then Chancellor Palpatine, however, saved a number of them in his warehouse hidden within Mount Tantiss, on the planet Wayland. These cylinders were lost for decades until Grand Admiral Thrawn rediscovered them. He used them to clone troopers to augment his own forces, including the captured Dreadnaughts of the Katana Fleet, during the early years of the New Republic. The only known drawback to the use of Spaarti Cylinders was that they tended to create clones that went insane farily rapidly, as a result of their accelerated growth cycle. (DFR, SWDB, SWI68, SWI70, NEGW)

Space Barge
any heavy-duty short-range transport ship used to shuttle cargo between faster hyperdrive transports or orbital installations. (SWSB)

Space Beldon
related to the beldon that inhabited the Life Zone of Bespin and many other gas giant planets, the space beldon was adapted to live in the gaseous, interstellar regions defined by nebulae and minor gas clouds. Individual specimens were known to roam a limited region of space, subsisting on the various gases they could scoop into their systems. Over the eons, an individual beldon converted these gases into rethin, which kept the space beldon inflated, and tibanna gas, which it expelled. Space beldons also exuded a mild acid, which allowed them to consume the solid elements found in asteroids. In comparison to their planetary cousins, the space beldon was much faster in its rate of movement, to avoid asteroids and other space-borne debris. Like normal beldons, the space beldon built up an internal charge of ions, which it discharged as a defense mechanism. (WOTC)

Space Carrots
this was a form of processed foodstuff, made from roots vegetables, which was often served from starship galleys. (MC8)

Space Diamond
this was a form of densely-compressed carbon that resembled terrestrial diamonds, but was found in asteroids and other space debris. (SWGAL)

Space Dock
this was the brand name of Rendili's mobile starport platform, developed during the early years of the New Republic. They have the advantage of being mobile, and are moved among planets with ease. (VOF)

Space Drifter
this medium transport was owned and operated by Core to Rim Shipping, and was under the command of Prem Nistt shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (FBS)

Space Fighter Corps
this was the small group of Royal Naboo Security Force officers which was charged with protecting the interplanetary spaces of the Naboo System. Originally, the Space Fighter Corps was established as an honor guard for the Naboo Royal Starship, ready to defend the royal family as it traveled in the greater galaxy. The 100 men and women of the Space Fighters Corps used N-1 starfighters and Naboo Police Cruisers to patrol their home system. (IG1, SON)

Space Grazers
an alien lifeform, thought to be extinct for thousands of years before the Great Sith War. Aleema used Dark-Side illusions of them to try and deter the combined Jedi-Republic force that was sent to liberate the Empress Teta system. They were said to be space-faring, floating in the ether between the stars and eating any unsuspecting ships that passed near them. They resemble huge amoeba-like slugs with jellyfish-like tentacles hanging below them. (DLS)

Space Master Medium Transport
this starship was part of a generic line of transport ships produced by Kuat Drive Yards. Measuring eighty meters in length, this Space Master transport had a long fuselage that allowed for a variety of cargo modules to be attached to it. The forward section of the ship was a circular disk that contained the cockpit and main quarters, while the engine array was mounted at the rear. The medium transport required a crew of eight to operate, and could accommodate up to four passengers and 19,000 metric tons of cargo. In its stock form, the Space Master could be armed with up to four turret-mounted, twin laser cannons. (GMR4)

Space Pirate Boogie
a dance Han Solo taught to Leia at his housewarming party on Bespin. (ZHR)

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