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this smuggler worked with Nada Synnt, in the wake of the Battle of Yavin. (SWJ3)

a crew member and pilor of the Wild Kaarde, Dankin was a loyal member of Talon Karrde's smuggling unit during the early years of the New Republic. By the time the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy, Dankin had been promoted to the pilot of the Wild Karrde. Note that the Ultimate Alien Anthology indicates that Dankin was a Togorian. (HTTE, DFR, EVC, UANT)

Dankko Verrimuch
this Anx was an up-and-coming podracer, joining the professional circuit shortly after the Battle of Naboo. (ETM)

this man was the smuggling partner of Gabriel, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ3)

one-time governor of the planet Gerrard V, Dannal served the planet during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ3)

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

Dannik Jerriko
a 1010-year-old Anzati assassin, Jerriko was known in the underworld as the Eater of Luck. As an Anzati, Jerriko operated with almost total anonymity; thus, he preferred to work for people who needed other bounty hunters, killers, and assassins taken out. He felt a greater thrill from drinking the soup of someone who defied his right to kill than from someone who cowered in fear. While stopping over on Tatooine, he visited Mos Eisley. There, he knew, he could get some of the best soup from some of the galaxy's most notorious criminals. When Ben Kenobi and Luke Skywalker entered the cantina, Jerriko was at the bar, smoking a nic-i-tain hookah. After the events surrounding the death of Greedo, Jerriko resolved to hunt down Han Solo and drink his soup. His chance came when Jabba the Hutt recovered Solo's carbonite-frozen body. Jerriko was eager to enter the palace, and would have done so on his own if he hadn't been approached by the Lady Valarian and Eugene Talmont, both of whom wanted him to spy on Jabba. Jerriko took both jobs, and entered the palace. He tried desparately to drink Han Solo's soup, but was deprived of it when Solo was rescued by Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. Then, Jerriko went a little mad, and resigned himself to drinking Jabba's soup. After learning that Jabba had perished at the Pit of Carkoon, Jerriko went even more mad, killing anyone he could find in the palace. He then fled, and took on a number of bounty hunting jobs. (COJ, TME, TJP, EGC)

Dannt, Lucos
this man was a headmaster at the Royal House of Learning, in the Naboo city of Theed, shortly before the Trade Federation invaded the planet. In the wake of the invasion, Lucos gathered his students and fellow teachers together and formed the Naboo Underground. (IOT)

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

Danoo, Immi
this blonde-haired woman was a frequent patron of Coruscant's Outlander Club, during the last decades of the Old Republic. She was often seen in the company of her friends, Nyrat Agira and Rosha Vess. (OWS, SWI75)

this planet, located in the Nah'Malis System of the Kathol Outback, was colonized about 100 years before the Battle of Endor. The colonists were scientists who wanted to dedicate their research to studying the Kathol Rift. When word reached other planets in Kathol Sector of Danoor's natural beauty and resources, other groups established settlements there as well. Shortly before Emperor Palpatine created the New Order, a stray asteroid from the Duhrib Belt smashed into Danoor, killing much of its native population and destroying large areas of the settlements. Contact with Danoor was cut off for several years, as the Empire left the world to itself. Danoor is a temperate world of varying topography. Its day lasts 25 standard hours, and its year lasts 201 local days. The planet was ruled by a group of Ministers, each of which represented about half a million residents. It was the Minsters, searching for a way to pay for its operations, who invited many corporations to establish branches on Danoor. However, many of the Ministers made concessions in order to draw corporate leaders to Danoor, and so the corporations have an incredible amount of political sway. After Rolf Treidum and the Lialic II attacked the FarStar near Danoor, he then launched a devastator torpedo at the planet. Following the destruction of a huge area of the planet, the Ministers of Danoor told the New Republic to stay away and not bring any more war and destruction to their world. (KO)

one of the most unusual planets in the galaxy, Da'nor is located in the Delantine system near Romm. It is unusual in that it goes through four seasonal changes each day, as it orbits not only the Delantine sun but two other small stars. The planet undergoes incredible change, and the plant and animal species which inhabit the world have adapted to the changes in order to survive. The primary species of creatures which live on the world are the ectotherms and a species of large, predatory birds. (SA2)

an Imperial Lieutenant in charge of new recruit training. (ISB)

Danry Ledwellow
this Er'Kit represented his homeworld in the Old Republic Senate, until he was implicated in a slvery ring shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. Senator Ledwellow had been secretly working with the Thalassians, along with Senators Tikkes, Bufus Ritsomas, and Wuja Wojaine, although none of the Senators was aware of the others' involvement. The Senator was suspended from duty pending an investigation. (HNN5)

Danson, Scay
this heartless man was a native of the planet Corulag, and was known during the height of the New Order as one of the galaxy's most successful industrial saboteurs. Outwardly, he retained the nobility of his family's social status, while he lacked any sort of loyalty to his employers. Available to the highest bidder, Danson preferred to take on the megacorporations like Sienar Fleet Systems and BlasTech, rather than smaller operations. Unknown to most of his acquaintences and employers, Danson was also a former agent of the Imperial Security Bureau, having spent a great deal of time in the Kuat System. (CCW)

Dansun, Fasha
this woman was rescued from the scientists at Qu'mock Station by the crew of the FarStar. She had spent much of her career studying the cultures of Kathol Sector, and had ventured out into the Marcol Void to work with in the Kathol Outback before being captured by the Qektoth Confederation. She had a quick wit and a bubbly personality. She opted to join the crew of the FarStar once she regained her strength. (KO)

Dansuun Priory
this business and law school is located on the planet Rhinnal. (JASB)

Danta, Iry
this Imperial officer was part of the team which was stranded on Dolis 3 in the wake of the peace accord signed between the Imperial Remnant and the New Republic. Iry joined Moff Derran Takkar in his plan to disrupt the wedding of Mara Jade and Luke Skywalker, as a way to strike back against the New Republic. Danta spent many years as a field operative, living in the gutters and sewers of Alliance and New Republic worlds, gathering information and performing various acts of sabotage. Moff Takkar assigned Danta the job of infiltrating the wedding site and locating an escape route, for the Imperials to use after halting the ceremony. Danta was later captured by Chewbacca, along with Chala Venan, putting an end to their efforts to disrupt the wedding. (U)

this dark-haired woman grew up working on starships, and became a scout during the early years of the New Order. She joined the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Yavin, and was part of the team which scouted the planet Edan II as a possible base. After learning that the base was the target of an Imperial attack, she began scouting out the Imperial presence on the planet, hoping to find out why the Empire was so interested in Edan II. (IAG)

this nomadic race was native to the planet Dantooine. They roamed the coastal plains in small, peaceful tribe. Little was known of the Dantari culture, as they kept to themselves and remained aloof from the Alliance personnel which were garrisoned there during the early years of the Alliance. Later, the Eol Sha colonists were unaware of the Dantari, and were eradicated by Daala's forces before contact could be made. Oddly enough, the Dantari suddenly began to incorporate Imperial symbols into their own daily lives, tattooing images of AT-AT walkers and blasters on their skin. The bravest of the Dantari had full-body images of stormtrooper armor, giving them the impression of being invincible. As a people, the Dantari were generally human in stature, with dark hair and wide, flat faces. (JASB, GOF11, UANT)

this was another name for the spoken language of the Dantari people. (NJOSB)

Dantari Flu
this sickness, believed to have originated on the planet Dantooine, affected humans and many other humanoid species. If untreated, it can result in death. (PH)

this was the native language of the Dantari people of Dantooine. (EGP)

this planet is located in the Core Worlds. (SWJ8)

Dantels, Nera
this beautiful woman was a smuggler captain who believed in the Alliance during the years leading up to the Battle of Yavin. She helped the Alliance acquire a shipment of R2-series astromechs, shortly after Incom Industries engineers defected with the plans to the X-Wing starfighter. Aboard her personal ship, the Starduster, Captain Dantels managed to get the astromechs from Commenor with help from the newly-formed Rogue Squadron. She remained on Yavin 4 during the months prior to the Battle of Yavin, where she befriended Biggs Darklighter and Doctor Shae Polikex. Distinguished by her black hair and the talon-shaped tattoos under her eyes, Captain Dantels often turned heads at the Massassi Base with her close-fitting clothes. However, she only had eyes for Darklighter, and was distraught when he was killed in the Battle of Yavin. She continued to fight with the Alliance, and was in command of the ground forces that were dispatched to accompany Leia Organa and Luke Skywalker to Jabiim. (SWED, SWESF)

this Imperial Army Major served under Colonel Heget in Kathol Sector, during the last years of the New Order and into the era of the New Republic. Despite his service to the Empire, Danthe believed that the New Republic could actually work, although he was careful not to voice his support of the Republic to Heget. He worked to ensure that communication channels were opened to the crew of the FarStar, in an effort to bring Moff Kentor Sarne to justice. (DARK)

Danthe Artifice, Limited
this corporation developed droid personality matrices, and was a major supplier of programming to Arakyd. Danthe was based on the planet Corulag, and was the sister corporation to Tapani Sector's Lanthe Artifice. Both corporations were originally based on the planet Lanthe, but fled Lanthe when the Imperial Moff began nationalizing its corporations. (FOP, SWJ7, SWJ12, LOE)

Dantin, Chaeloe
this pirate, who worked from a base aboard the starship Dantin's Folly, was given a Letter of Marque to perform privateer actions with the justification of the Alliance, as part of the plans developed by Ral'Rai Muvunc during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ2)

Dantin's Folly
this was the name of Chaeloe Dantin's pirate ship. (SWJ2)

this planet, located in the Raioballo Sector of the galaxy, had a long history with the Old and New Republics, as well as the Alliance. In ancient times, it was the site of a Jedi training center under the command of Jedi Master Vodo Siosk-Baas. One of its most prominent students was the Dark Jedi, Exar Kun. The enclave was destroyed by Darth Malak, and the ruins remained abandoned for centuries. Millennia later, Dantooine was ravaged during the Clone Wars, when the Separatists tried to take control of the planet for use as a staging area for warships protecting the planet Muunilinst. Jedi Master Mace Windu almost single-handedly defeated the Separatist forces on Dantooine, leaving the planet free. During the period of the Emperor's New Order, it was the site of Rebel base, but it was abandoned before the Empire could determine the base's location. The Alliance had planned well, using pre-fabricated, self-constructing buildings to construct the base, allowing it to be torn down swiftly after it was learned that a traitor had given away its location about six months before the Battle of Yavin. It was believed that the base was abandoned within a local day. Dantooine had two moons and a dry savannah environment, and the homeworld to the Dantari race, as well as a number of unusual forms of animal life. Perhaps the most unusual aspect of Dantooine's ecosystem was the lavender-colored grass that covered the plains, swaying like a purple blanket in the breeze. The Jedi ruins were once the site where Alliance agents had hidden a holocron containing the names and locations of hundred of agents, although it was later recovered by Dusque Mistflier. Tash Arranda and her brother, Zak, rediscovered the ancient Jedi ruins there, with the help of the Dantari Maga. Maga refused to enter the ruins, for the garoo of the Dantari told legends which said those who entered the ruins never came out. Tash discovered that the Empire was using the ruins - and the legends surrounding them - to create a new batch of clones, using a cloning laboratory which was established by the ancient Jedi Knights. In the year following the resurrection of Emperor Palpatine, Dantooine was the planet to which the Eol Sha colonists were relocated, but it was devastated in a stellar attack from Admiral Daala. The planet remained untouched for many years, until the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy. Like many other pastoral worlds, Dantooine was quickly captured and reformed for the use of the alien invaders. The average day on Dantooine lasted 25 standard hours, and its year encompassed 378 local days. (SW, DA, DLS, JASB, GOF11, FH3, ROD, SWDB, KOTOR, GMR7)

this New Republic CR90 Corvette was part of the force sent to liberate the planet Ciutric from the control of Prince-Admiral Krennel. It supported the flagship Emancipator, along with several other Corvettes and a trio of Nebulon-B frigates. (IR)

Dantooine Dandelion
this flowering weed was native to the planet Dantooine. (YDR)

Dantooine Double-hand
this casino card game was popular during the last years of the Old Republic. (MJH)

Dantooine Station
this space station was erected in orbit around the planet Dantooine, as a stopover location for spacers moving through the system. (SwGAL)

Dantooine's Second Star
this iron planetoid was located in the 7-IK region of the Ferionic Nebula, near the planet Dantooine. Because of its high reflectivity, the planetoid was given the name Dantooine's Second Star. During the last years of the Old Republic, the Velocity Mercenaries established a base of operations on the planetoid. (SWGAL)

Dantooine's Wrath
this was considered by many to be the most dangerous quadrant of the Dantooine System. The Sserician Eclipse was found within the area, which was regularly patrolled by Hutt warships and the Valarians. (SWGAL)

Dantooinian Garfish
this species of fish, native to the planet Dantooine, is harvested as a source of food. (MA)

Dantos Vigos
this male Duros served as the chief medical officer aboard the Pride of Selonia during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. In addition to his skills and training as a doctor, Vigos also had more than twenty years of combat experience within the New Republic military, making him a competent physician during the heat of battle. However, he met his match when he was placed in charge of ensuring the health of Tahiri Veila. The young Jedi was locked in a mental battle with her alter ego, Riina Kwaad, and traditional methods of reviving her failed to bring her around. (FH3)

this woman was a native of Drogheda, and a princess of the royal family during the height of the Galactic Civil War. She was the sister of Queen Sarna, but outwardly opposed her sister's rulership during the months following the Battle of Endor. However, Danu was actually in league with Sarna, posing as a rebel leader to draw the insurgents into a trap. Princess Danu later had a change of heart, and helped Lando escape the Queen so that democracy could be preserved on Drogheda. (LTA6, MC83)

Danu, Giddean
this dark-skinned man was Kuat's Senator to the Old Republic, during the years following the Battle of Geonosis. Senator Danu was among the handful of Senators who were chosen by Bail Organa and Mon Mothma to consider the development of the Petition of the Two Thousand. His staunch support of the Loyalist Committee and his desire to work for the betterment of the Republic went against the wishes of the leaders on his homeworld, and the Kuati government recalled him twice to discuss his stance in the Senate. He maintained his loyalty to the Republic despite this, and placed a great deal of faith in the abilities of the Jedi Order. (SWI71, E3, VD3, E3N, SWDB)

this planet, the innermost world of the Colavas System, was controlled by the Hutts during the last decades of the Old Republic. Following the Clone Wars, Danuta was the site of a secret Imperial data center laid out like the facility on Toprawa. This facility stored the plans to the original Death Star, and served as a research facility for many of the Death Star' systems. Kyle Katarn was able to infiltrate the base and steal the plans, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. Danuta itself was a barren world that provided minimal life-supporting capabilities, and it was orbited by a single moon. Much of the planet's surface was given over to the mining operations of the Brodsport Mining Corporation, although a few farmers managed a meager existence by growing scrubby grains. (DF, SWMW)

this was the name used to describe the human population of the planet Danuta. (SWMW)

Danva, Joclad
this Jedi Knight was a noted student of the teras kasi and martial artform, and was one of the few Jedi on his time to master the Jar'Kai technique, which he modified for fighting with two lightsabers. Danva was a regular participant in martial arts tournaments, until he was defeated on Bunduki by Phow Ji, just before the onset of the Clone Wars. Shortly afterward, Danva was part of the task force assembled by Mace Windu to travel to Geonosis and confront the Separatists. Danva was one of the handful of survivors of the the initial stages of the battle, and was captured and led into the execution arena just before the Army of the Republic arrived. Joclad Danva was portrated by Kyle Rowling in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. (HNN5, OWS, MBS)

Danvar II
this planet was the homeworld of a race of scaled bipeds which had long snouts and a flair for murders and assassinations. (HSE)

this Ewok exclamation translated into Basic as "Look out!" or "Be careful!" (BTRKS26)

this Jedi Padawan, who was being trained by Ludwin Katarkus, was part of the team which was dispatched to resolve the growing conflict between the Virgillian Free Alignment and the Virgillian Aristocracy, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. Their transport was destroyed upon arrival, and it was believed that the four Jedi were killed in the explosion. Danyawarra was forced to accept a field promotion to Commander when Katarkus was killed in the explosion, and went on to lead the 101st Regiment to victory. (HNN4, SWI84)

this gas giant was the second planet of the Essesia System. It was orbited by two moons. (CCW)

Daoba Guerfel
see Doaba Guerfel (GQRG)

Dap Nechel
this short, bearded alien served as an engineer aboard the Kuari Princess at the time when Detien Kaileel was arrested for his support of the Alliance. (TFE)

this city was the capital of the planet Ciutric. The planet's primary shield generator was located in the city, but was taken out by the combined forces of Requiem Squadron - under the command of Wedge Antilles, alias Antar Roat - and the ground forces of Major Telik. During the assault, Corran Horn also liberated the remaining survivors of the Lusankya from their prison in the city. (IR)

Daplona River
this slow-moving river wanders through the country surrounding the city of Daplona, on Ciutric. (IR)

this name, which meant "favored by the gods", was common among Gungan males. (GCG)

meaning "happy", this was one of the most common names among Rodian males. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

this hot, rocky world was the first planet in the Derilyn System, found in the Elrood Sector. (PG3)

this man was a member of the miners who worked in the Mount Meru mines on Drogheda, in the months following the Battle of Endor. Dar was a good friend of Princess Danu, but was shot by Harlech after he was captured by Lando Calrissian. Dar had been about to explain the political situation on Drogheda, but Harlech ensured that Calrissian learned nothing about it. (LTA6, MC83)

Dar Bille
this Yevethan was Nil Spaar's second-in-command during their assault on the Black-15 shipyards. He continued to serve Nil Spaar during the Great Purge, and was the primate of the starship Pride of Yevetha. (BTS, TT)

Dar Wac
this Rodian served as one of Chancellor Palpatine's chief aides, working with Sly Moore during the last years of the Old Republic. Among his primary duties, Dar Wac maintained the Chancellor's busy schedule. After the implication of Senator Onaconda Farr in the rerouting of the warships that were meant to protect the planet Duro, Dar Wac was fully investigated by the Senate Bureau of Intelligence, on the off chance that the Rodians had been working together. Dar Wac was later cleared of any involvement in Senator Farr's plans. (SWDB, AAOTC, SWI76)

Mendarn Arms' ion cannon, similar to those used on the GAT-12j Skipray blastboat. (HTSB)

Daraada, Gaevril
this Imperial Major was placed in charge of the military on Venaari, during the Galactic Civil War. A vicious man, Daraada considered his career a string of unlucky incidents that led to his slow rate of promotion and his posting on Venaari. While he hated his immediate superior, Governor Vaerganth, Daraada nevertheless provided security for Project Orrad. However, Daraada did not attempt to meet the full demands of the Governor, especially in light of the continual denial of Daraada's requests for additional manpower and resources. Daraada's only fear, which was realized when Shandria L'hnnar and Sienn Sconn discovered it, was that the Alliance cell on Venaari would discover Project Orrad before Daraada could root out the cell. (SWJ5)

Darada System
Jev Sunrider was the Jedi watchman of this system, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. (TOJC)

Daragi Hoba
this Aqualish served as the First Minister of his homeworld of Ando, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Daragi Hoba supported the position of Senator Po Nudo, and led Ando to secede from the Old Republic some ten years after the Battle of Naboo. (HNN4)

Daragon Trail
this noted hyperspace travel route was supposedly haunted by the ghost of Admiral Fa'Rey. It was first established some time before the onset of the Great Sith War by Jori and Gav Daragon, and linked the planet Koros Major with Korriban. The establishment of the Daragon Trail inadvertently provided access for the Sith to reach the worlds of the Old Republic, allowing them to launch the initial attacks of the Sith War. (DW, NEGC)

Daragon, Gav
a native of Kirrek, Gav and his sister Jori charted the ancient space lanes for traders and haulers some 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. They had been orphaned at an early age when their parents were killed in the First Unification Wars fought by Empress Teta, and brought up under the watchful eye of Aarrba the Hutt. Gav once tested high in Force-sensitivity, but never was able to obtain full training. The lure of interstellar travel called to Gav and his sister, and they were able to obtain a ship with the help of Aarrba. However, luck was not something the Daragons were endowed with. They were continually in debt to Aarrba, and thought that they had finally broken even when they discovered a risky route known as the Goluud Corridor. They were black-balled by the Navigational Guild and disowned by Aarrba, and tried flee Cinnagar through the Starswarm Cluster, damaging their ship and forcing them to land on Korriban. They were then thrust into the middle of the power struggle between Naga Sadow and the Sith Lords when the Sith Lords thought they were advanced scouts from the Old Republic's Navy. Gav was swayed by Naga Sadow, who held the young man on Khar Shian in order to "protect" him from the other Sith Lords. Sadow allowed him to explore the ancient Sith magics, encouraging Gav's Force potential to grow. Sadow allowed him to train in the use of a huge wall of automated systems, giving him just enough information to lead Gav to believe that he was controlling Sadow's fortress. In reality, Sadow was training the young human in the use of several weapons systems linked to Sith magic. When Ludo Kressh attacked Khar Shian, Sadow told Gav to use the systems to cut off transmissions to the renegade Sith Lord. What Gav actually did was activate a remote detonator on Kressh's ship, causing the craft to explode in a brilliant fireball. It was at this point that Gav realized he and his sister had been manipulated by Sadow. However, he was gaining power with the Force that he never thought he'd have, and when Sadow offered him a position of power in his fleet, Gav agreed. He led part of the assault on Cinnagar, but was confronted by Aarrba. When his Massassi bodyguards cut the poor Hutt down, Gav was shocked at the brutality. When he discovered that his sister had witnessed what he had done, he fled in terror to Primus Goluud, hoping to confront Naga Sadow. There he disabled Sadow's meditation sphere, causing the Sith Lord to lose his concentration. The images Sadow had been projecting into his forces dissipated, giving the combined Jedi-Republic forces new hope. Sadow was furious, and tricked Gav into the failing sphere. Gav's distraction allowed the Republic to launch an attack on Sadow's forces, but Sadow used Sith magic to rip apart Primus Goluud. Gav remained in the sphere, providing the Republic fleet with an escape vector to avoid the explosion. He was killed in the disaster. (GAS, FOSE)

Daragon, Hok
this man was the father of Jori and Gav Daragon, and was a successful supply runner for the ancient rebels of the Koros System. Along with his wife, Timar, they made regular supply runs to planets like Kirrek, providing much-needed supplies while turning a tidy profit in their starship, the Shadow Runner. However, on one fateful mission to Kirrek, they were caught in the crossfire of a raging battle between the rebels and the forces of the Old Republic, and were shot down. Before they could land, though, another volley struck their ship and destroyed it, killing them in the explosion. (GAS)

Daragon, Jori
a native of Kirrek, Jori and her brother Gav charted the ancient space lanes for traders and haulers some 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. They were orphaned when their parents were killed in the First Unification Wars, and brought up under the watchful eye of Aarrba the Hutt. Like her brother, Jori had some Force sensitivity, but was the weaker of the two siblings. Also like Gav, she never pursued any formal training. The lure of interstellar travel called to Jori and her brother, and they were able to obtain a ship with the help of Aarrba. However, luck was not something the Daragons were endowed with. They were continually in debt to Aarrba, and thought that they had finally broken even when they discovered a risky route known as the Goluud Corridor. They were black-balled by the Navigational Guild and disowned by Aarrba, and tried flee Cinnagar through the Starswarm Cluster, damaging their ship and forcing them to land on Korriban. They were then thrust into the middle of the power struggle between the ancient Sith Lords, who believed they were the advanced scouts of an Old Republic war fleet. Naga Sadow managed to sway her allegiance, and held her on Khar Delba in order to "protect" her from reprisal by the other Sith Lords. Sadow later returned the Starbreaker 12 to her, telling her that Gav was dead and that she needed to return to the Republic before the other Sith Lords launched an attack on the Republic. Sadow then used the information from the Starbreaker 12' navigational computer to gather information on the Old Republic. When she returned to Cinnagar - which was the only destination she had stored in the ship's computer - she was arrested and charged with every conceivable crime in relation to her escape from Cinnagar. No one believed her claims that the Sith Empire was about to attack, and she was shipped off to Ronika as punishment for her crimes. She managed to escape on an ore drone ship, but was shot down over Empress Teta's palace on Cinnagar. Once captured by Teta's guards, Jori produced a Sith amulet she took from Korriban. This persuaded Odan-Urr and Teta to believe her story of an impending Sith attack. She later was reunited with her brother Gav, but only after he and his Massassi warriors had killed Aarba. She tried to talk to him and bring him back from the Dark Side of the Force, but was unsuccessful. She followed him to Primus Goluud, but was unable to rescue him from the failing meditiation sphere he'd taken from Naga Sadow. As Gav provided an escape route from the unstable star, Jori tearfully said goodbye to him as the exploding star consumed him. Later, she stood by Empress Teta's side as they attacked Naga Sadow's forces near the Denarii Nova, in the final act of the Great Hyperspace War. Upon defeating the Sith and returning to Cinnagar, Teta gave Jori the rights to own and operate Aarrba the Hutt's starship repair facility for her assistance in the war. (GAS, FOSE)

Daragon, Led
this man was a regular patron of the Galaxies Opera House, during the final years of the Old Republic. (DAG)

Daragon, Timar
this woman was the mother of Jori and Gav Daragon, and was a successful supply runner for the ancient rebels of the Koros System. Along with her husband, Hok, they made regular supply runs to planets like Kirrek, providing much-needed supplies while turning a tidy profit in their starship, the Shadow Runner. However, on one fateful mission to Kirrek, they were caught in the crossfire of a raging battle between the rebels and the forces of the Old Republic, and were shot down. Before they could land, though, another volley struck their ship and destroyed it, killing them in the explosion. (GAS)

this was one of the more common names given to Cragmoloid individuals. (UANT)

this Ferroan woman, distinguished by her pale blue skin and gold-black eyes, was one of the first of his people to greet Luke Skywalker's Jedi Knights, when the Jedi located Zonama Sekot during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Along with her partner, Rowel, Darak was openly suspicious of the presence of the Jedi on the planet, despite the fact that Sekot itself allowed the Jedi to land. After Sekot had successfully tested the Jedi Knights to ensure that their mission was, indeed, a peaceful resolution to the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong, the planetary sentience agreed to return to the galaxy and help the Jedi. Darak and Rowel both accepted Sekot's decision, and eventually decided that the Jedi were worthy of their assistance. When Zonama Sekot made a blind jump into hyperspace to avoid the sabotage of Nom Anor, the Ferroans were forced to flee underground to avoid the ecological damage that occurred on the surface. Darak and Rowel made many trips into the wilderness to look for survivors, often with the help of the Jedi. However, after several jumps and no clear indication from Sekot as to its plans, Darak demanded that the Jedi leave the planet. (FH3, UF)

Darakin University
this Minos Cluster institution was controlled by the Empire during the New Order. They surgically modified the curriculum, removing courses which encouraged free speech and open debate and replaced them with courses that dealt with Imperial dogma and theory. (GG6)

this Yevethan term translates to "blessed one," and was often used to describe Nil Spaar during the Yevethan Purge. (SOL)

according to Alderaanian mythology, Daranas was a seer who had intense visions of the future. However, the people she told about her visions refused to believe them. (MJH)

this was an alcoholic spirit consumed on Redcap. (SWJ5)

a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "stone". (GCG)

Darasuum Kote
this was a Mandalorian phrase that meant "eternal glory." This became the motto of the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic. (RCHC, SWI84)

Darc, Artel
this man was believed to have been a Dark Jedi, who joined Count Dooku and the Separatist movement during the months leading up to the Clone Wars. In the wake of the Battle of Geonosis, Darc supposedly led the subjugation of the planet Dagu, but was defeated by Jedi Master Shaak Ti, who was among the hostages who were taken. (OWS)

this warm wrapping retains body heat. (SOL)

this was one of the most common given names used for human males throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this man was a member of the Peace Brigade, and was part of the group which infiltrated the Queen of Empire in order to recover the Yuuzhan Vong priestess Elan. He and the Rodian, Capo, posed as the contacts Major Showolter was to meet aboard the ship,in order to ensure that Elan was safely transported to Coruscant. They obtained the callsigns required to gain Showolter's confidence, and eve got detailed backstories. Unfortunately for Darda, the information provided to him was old, and he claimed to Major Showolter that he had been working out of Gamorr. Showolter recognized that Darda wasn't a New Republi agent, and shot Darda in the chest. (HT)

this Rodian was one of the Black Sun vigos, working for Alexi Garyn during the years before the Battle of Naboo. Like many members of Black Sun at the time, Dardo was missing his left eye. (DM)

meaning "familial", this was one of the most common names among Rodian males. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Dardrennis Survival Technology
this specialty manufacturer produced a wide variety of personal safety and survival devices during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GFT)

see Dadrus. (POM)

this Imperial pilot was Commander Orvak's wingman. The two pilots were assigned to take out the shield generators protecting the Jedi Academy on Yavin 4, prior to the Shadow Academy's main attack. They flew in specially-modified stealth TIE Fighters, and skimmed in low over the trees to escape detection. When they encountered the small shields protecting the compound, Dareb failed to completely miss the lowest edge of the shield. His craft was damaged and spun out of control, crashing into the jungle and killing Dareb. (JUS)

Darek System
Kirtan Loor found that Rogue Squadron had jumped from this system into the Hensara System when they attempted to rescue the Battle of Yavin. (XWN)

Darellian Fire Crab
this crab was known for its fiery red shell. (AOTCN)

this planet was locatde at the intersection of hyperspace lanes known as the Foless Crossroads. (SOL)

an Imperial Corvette group destroyed by Keyan Farlander after Gart's death. (XW)

Darez Wuht
this Duros served the Duro Defense Force as a Admiral, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Admiral Wuht was known to be sympathetic to the plight of injured military personnel, and was placed in command of the refugee camps on his homeworld of Duro. However, he proved to be incapable of managing the civilian situation. The Ryn who were stranded on Duro took to calling him "Admiral Dizzlewit," because he continually ignored the refugees. During the defense of Duro, Admiral Wuht took command of his flagship, the Poesy, and attempted to stop any ship which tried to flee the Yuuzhan Vong attack on orders from the Duros Defense Force. However, he realized that the Duros had been deceived by the the combined forces of the Peace Brigade, CorDuro Shipping, and the Yuuzhna Vong, when Mara Jade Skywalker and Jaina Solo revealed the actions of Drugard Brarun and Nom Anor. Wuht quickly reconsidered his position, and joined the New Republic in its fight to save Duro. (BP)

an Imperial Dreadnaught attacked by Alliance ships in the Yllotat System. (TIE)

Umgul's sister planet, home of Duchess Mistal. The planet's inhabitants mate for life. (DA)

Dargul Dianogas
this was one of the many shockball teams active during the height of the New Order. (SSR)

this planet was located in the Kether System. It was on this planet that Emperor Palpatine sensed a being who claimed to control the Force, and was acting as a vigilante with a lightsaber. He dispatched Darth Vader to eliminate the woman, while acting to thwart the assassination plans of Grand Moffs Trachta and Bartam. (SWEB)

Darian Gli
the Markul contact Melvosh Bloor was supposed to meet inside Jabba the Hutt's palace on Tatooine. Salacious Crumb used Bloor's lack of knowledge of Gli to lead Bloor into thinking that Crumb was his contact. Gli was working for the Lady Valarian at the time, although Bloor never found him. Gli had previously helped Ra Yasht and Skarten research their academic paper on Porcellus the cook. When Jabba discovered Gli's assistance to the two academics, he had Gli killed and served up as dinner. (TJP)

this female Tarasin was known to be a wise member of the Hiironi tribe, but she was also quite selfish. She desired to gain a position of power, and longed to become the Irstat-Kes of the tribe. She felt that she had a chance when her mother was killed by a kilassin. Her older sister, Meriana, was promoted to become Mother of the tribe, while Dariana was named Irstat-Kes. Her triumphant rise to power was short-lived, however, when Meriana died of a mysterious illness just a day after the death of their mother. Dariana was then named Mother, a position which held no real power. She tried to do her best, but she chafed at the fact that her time as Irstat-Kes was too short. As she aged and grew weak, Dariana broke with Tarasin tradition and began to record her memoirs in electronic form, as a way to preserve her memory and her experiences for eternity. During the Clone Wars, Mother Dariana experienced a se'neth in which she saw the tide of the war sweeping over Cularin, then the oppression of the Empire. Her vision also showed her a way that the Tarasin could survive, but only if they worked together. She was able to invoke the Great Ritual, using her reputation to gather the leaders of the the variouis irstats in a single place to hear of her vision. Despite her words, there were many Tarasin - most of them male - who wanted to ignore the war and remain loyal to the jungle. They spoke of Cularin's death if the Tarasin took up arms, as the destruction of even one tree could set off a chain reaction of events that could cause serious harm to the planet and the Tarasin. Thus, a year after the invocation of the Great Ritual, Dariana announced that she would step down as their leader, provided that she was allowed to complete the work she had laid out for the rest of the year. She also asked that, while she was still their leader, the Tarasin obeyed her every command. Her wishes were granted, and she simply asked for peace among all irstats. (LFC, LFCW)

see Dariana (LFCW)

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

Darien Lava-skimmer
this was a model of airspeeder developed for use in high-heat environments, such as near volcanoes or on volcanically-active planets. (VD2)

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

Darillian, Noa-Jek
this was a noted Jedi Knight, active during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SWI70)

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