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Rajana, Balderik
this New Republic military officer is in command of the Republic's base on Carosi XII. (PG2)

this was an unusual vehicle, used by the Yuuzhan Vong. It could travel forward or reverse with equal ease. (SBS)

Rakaa IV
this beautiful world is the primary planet in the Rakaa System, located at the edge of the Core. The lush jungles are seldom visited, though, since the native Rakaans have been known to eat intruders. (AE)

an insectile race native to the planet Rakaa IV, the Rakaans are a vicious race that has been known to eat humans and other offworlders. The average, ten-limbed Rakaan had a segmented body with an enlarged abdomen and mottled green-and-brown coloration. The lower eight legs were used for locomotion, while the upper pair was equipped with prehensile hands and opposable digits. They could eject a web-like substance to capture their prey, and secretions from their mouths were used to dissolve the webbing once their prey had died. This mouth was located underneath the abdomen, and was surrounded by stout mandibles. In Rakaan physiology, there were five sexes: child, neuter, female, male, and andro. Each sex corresponded to a phase in the Rakaan lifecycle, and could last up to eighty years. Each change from one sex to another was known as a Transition. (AE)

this was the Yuuzhan Vong name given to the massive transport vehicles referred to as ranges. (EL1)

this ancient race of dome-headed humanoids was believed to have died out more than 30,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Despite this fact, which predates the discovery of the hyperdrive, evidence of the Rakata has been found on planets scattered throughout the galaxy. The existence of the Rakata was pieced together durnig the time of the Great Sith War, when disparate archaeological expeditions discovered amazingly similar finds. No records of Rakata civilization existed, although the physical appearance of the Rakata was unique enough to help scientists recognize that these many finds were related to the same civilization. How and why the Rakata civilization died out remains a mystery, and even their homeworld was simply referred to as the Unknown World. In stature, the Rakata were humanoid, standing on two muscular legs which were protected by a heavy talon at the back of the calf. The head of the Rakata was shaped like an upright bullet, with the mouth and eyes located at its base. The eyes were set out from the head on thick stalks, giving the Rakata a wide range of vision. The lack of any form of record of the Rakata's passing through the galaxy has led xenoarchaeologists to assume that they were a conquering species who wanted their existence to remain a secret. This theory was borne out with the discovery of the Star Forge, a huge space station that had been built as a manufacturing facility for starships and weaponry that could be used by the Rakatan Empire. (KOTOR, SWDB)

this was the term used to describe a single member of the Rakata race. (SWDB)

Rakatan Battle Wand
this weapon, essentially a stun baton, was developed by the Rakatan people, many millennia before the Galactic Civil War. Because it was weighted for the Rakatan hand, it was difficult for other races to wield. (KOTOR)

Rakatan Empire
this was the name given to the vast empire that was created by the Rakata race, many millennia before the Great Sith War. Using a seemingly endless supply of starships and weaponry, the Rakata conquered entire star systems with swift precision, creating the Rakatan Empire during the 5,000 years that led up to the formation of the Old Republic. For unknown reasons, the Rakatan Empire died out before it was ever discovered by the Old Republic, although many scientists and xenoarchaeologists found many references to the Rakatan Empire on a number of disparate worlds. (SWDB)

this was a three-meter-tall species of spider-like creatures native to Endor's forest moon. The Yuzzum warriors who served Morag rode them as mounts. (ECAR)

this barren ball of rock was the innermost planet of the Prakith System, located in the Deep Core region of the galaxy. (PH)

these mutated, flesh-eating creatures lived in the Undercity, beneath the surface of the cityscape of the planet Taris, many millennia before the Battle of Yavin. It was believed that rakghouls were actually humans who had been infected with an unusual disease, a disease which they transmitted when they attacked other humans. Because the mutation from human to rakghoul was incredibly swift, many pathohistorians believed that the original infection had been bio-engineered by an ancient race, though this was never proven. No effort was made to eradicate the disease which created the rakghouls, as city officials claimed it eliminated the criminals and outcasts they were "too humane to exterminate." It was believed that the ancient Sith had an antidote to the rakghoul infection, but no record existed of its formula. Many rakghouls were simply mindless killing machines, but a few individuals - which came to be known as rakghoul fiends - were known to exhibit leardership abilities and could use weapons. (KOTOR, WOTC)

Rakghoul Fiend
this was the term used by the natives of the planet Taris to describe those members of the rakghould population which exhibited intelligence or a leadership influence over others of their species. They were capable of using tools and weapons, and of laying traps for new victims. (WOTC)

this Wookiee, whose name literally translated to "strongarm," was the security manager of the city of Cjaalysce'I during the height of the New Order. (BSS)

Rako's Rift
this deep-sea trench, located on the planet Mon Calamari, was believed to be the natural home of the krakana. (WSV)

this gang of Nautolans was based on Gamma Station, during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. Investigation into the disappearance of many independent starships near the station led to the discovery that the Rak'qua were acquiring the crews and passengers from the ships, which had been ambushed by Gamma Station bounty hunters. The kidnapped beings were then tortured before being turned over to the Empire as slaves. The Rak'qua were sworn to defend their practices against the gangs who were allied with Jorj Car'das, who controlled the upper levels of the station. (SWGAL)

this Ewok was the shaman of the Panshee tribe. (SWJ1)

this planet was the homeworld of the Rakririan race. (HSE)

an alien race native to the planet Rakrir, the average Rakririan was an insectoid creature with a short, segmented body, five pairs of limbs, two eyestalks, and a cantilevered vocal organ in their midsection. The eyestalks were constantly in motion, giving the impression of nervousness. Very few Rakririans left their homeworld, believing that other worlds were not refined to their standards. Note that Alien Encounters indicates that the Rakririan homeworld was Ballikite. (HSE, CSA, AE)

Rakririan Burnout Sauce
this was an especially hot food sauce. It was highly recommended that it be used in trace quantities, to prevent servere burns of the mouth and throat. (T7)

this was a common component used to create the names given to Cerean males. In general, male Cereans given an individual name, which is added to the names of their father and grandfather. Complete male names are arranged based on harmony and cadence, but the literal meanings are arranged to ensure proper descriptions. The name Ral referred to laughter, humor, or comedy. (GCG)

one of the family names used by the Bothan people, it original meaning was lost over time. It literally meant "family friend". (GCG, WOTC)

this man was the Hutt Counselor for the remains of the Desilijic clan during the early years of the New Republic. He was ordered to bring in Ghitsa Dogder and interrogate her about Durga's involvement in the Orko SkyMine operation. However, Ghitsa was rescued by her partner, Fenig Nabon, with the help of Kyp Durron. In order to escape, they had to cut a hole in the hull of the Rook, the ship Ral flew on with Culan Brasli. Ral refused to believe Ghitsa's call to bring the ship down before it reached the upper atmosphere. When the Rook got too high, it exploded, killing Ral and the crew. (TFNR)

also known as a stone ray, the ral was a reptilian predator native to the planet Bothawui. These reptiles were named after aquatic rays, because of their similar shape and because they flew through the air. Their coloration resembled that of pure glitterstone, and rals could exist on rocky outcropping without being detected. The average ral grew to have a wingspan of more than half a meter, and their wings were formed from leathery membranes stretched between the bones of their spindly arms. Rals were cold-blooded, and had to sun themselves before flying after their prey. Their thick heads were tipped with a small beak, and their long tails served to balance them. (SPG)

the Ewok wife of chief Chirpa, Ra-lee died defending her daughters, Asha and Kneesaa. (ECAR)

according to Ewok legend, this nature spirit watched over lost children. (GCG)

this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

this member of the Wookiee underground on Kashyyyk worked with Katarra. This might be a typographical error, and really refers to Ralrra. (RD)

Ralion B-14
this airspeeder was popular on Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (JQ9)

this was one of the many names given to female Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "charming." (GCG, WOTC)

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

this man was J'uoch's brother, and her partner in the mining operations they established on Dellalt, during the early years of the New Order. Like his sister, R'all was distinguished by his pale skin, black eyes, and the thick, black hair that flowed from a sharp widow's peak on his forehead. R'all was killed during the search for the Queen of Ranroon, when just after the mining operation had reached the ship's possible resting place. Han Solo and his bad arrived just afterward, and tried to explain to J'uoch that the miners were about to be attacked by the Guardian Corps. J'uoch refused to believe this, and R'all took matters into his own hands. He flew off in one of the mining operation's armed spaceboats and tried to destroy Han and his companions. Solo was not about to be killed so easier, and fired a blast from the Kell Mark II rifle he was carrying. The weapon's energy knocked R'all's spaceboat out of the sky near the mining camps, and it crashed headlong into the mountainside. R'all was killed instantly in the resulting explosion. (HSL)

this planet was known for its mineral water springs. (HSR)

R'alla Water
this sweet, clear water was found in the mineral springs of R'alla. It was very expensive, due to its purity and taste, and was often smuggled off-planet for sale at cutthroat prices. After the rise of the New Republic, the water was made more plentiful by an increase in trade with R'alla. (HSR, SOP)

this Tratlin male served the Alliance as a solo operative in Meirm City for many years before joining Sandwind Team. While with Sandwind, he served as Jodar Frein's second-in-command. (SSR)

Rallcema Bylissura
this Jedi Knight was one of many who perished in the fighting at Shelter Base, on Jabiim, during the hieght of the Clone Wars. (SWI69)

Ralle, Cambira
this native of the planet Esseles was the President of the Esselian Hall during the New Order. Ralle was best known for leading the planet through the dark times of the Clone Wars. A member of the Forad Party, Ralle sought to widen the scope of Esselian influence in the system, trying to wrestle control from Imperial Governor Takel. He also was decidedly against any action that would harm or denounce non-human races, which brought him continually at odds with the Esselian New Order Party leader Jamson Freller. The economic situation on Esseles, coupled with Ralle's own advancing age, meant that his time as leader of the planet were dwindling. Ralle's squabbles with Takel came to a head when the Faceless attacked Grande Hyet and Tralee. Takel quickly responded by bringing the Indomitable to Esseles to enforce Imperial law. (SWJ7, SWJ8, SWJ9, FOP)

Ralle, Cambira
this man was a former president of the planet Esseles. A hero of the Clone Wars, he met with extreme opposition after the Battle of Yavin. Ralle was the leader of the Forad Party at the time, and remained opposed to the New Order and its ideals, while the other political factions all advocated joining the New Order. (SWJ5)

this heavy-set man was a native of Gus Talon, during the height of the New Order. Distinguished by his height and his bald head, Rallo worked as a mechanic and full-time father to Mala. Many were unaware of his ties to the Alliance. Rallo had befriended young Wedge Antilles, although he had some misgivings about Wedge's budding relationship with Mala. When Wedge was off on a delivery run, Rallo and Mala were both arrested for collusion with the Alliance by Captain Turrant. Rather than submit to Turrant's interrogations, Rallo opened fire on the Imperials in his shop, killing all the stormtroopers and escaping into the wilderness with Mala. However, his actions led the Imperials to bomb his settlement, and both Rallo and Mala were killed in the resulting destruction. (T23)

this small mammal was the favored prey of many species of predators that were native to the moon Jwlio. (DN1)

this New Republic Intelligence officer first interrogated Davith Sconn, after Sconn was imprisoned at the Jagg Island Detention facility. (SOL)

this star was the central body of the Ralltiir System. (CCW)

a planet sympathetic to the Alliance, it came under Imperial scrutiny just before the Battle of Yavin. Lord Tion was called in to suppress the rebellious uprisings there, just as Princess Leia Organa arrived on the planet to deliver medical and combat supplies to the Alliance supporters there. She was intercepted by Lord Tion, who fawned over her while executing the planet's rulers and killing anyone suspected of having ties to the Alliance. It was here that Alliance supporters broken through the Imperial troops and delivered to Princess Leia the first word of the Empire's new weapon, the Death Star. The planet fell into widespread warfare, as rebel forces sought to throw off the Imperial yoke. Much of the landscape was leveled in battle, and there was very little law or order. Because of it's history and its part in the delivery of the plans to the first Death Star, Ralltiir was also one of the first planets to receive assistance from the New Republic after the Battle of Endor, and had the distinction of being the first planet liberated from Imperial control. Ralltiir was the second world in the Ralltiir System, and was orbited by twenty-eight moons. However, the gravitational pull of these moons largely counteracted each other, sparing the planet from devastating tides. The average day on Ralltiir lasted 19 standard hours, and its year lasted 255 local days. Ralltiir was located in the Core Worlds, on the border with the Colonies Region. (SWR, HR, CCW)

Ralltiir Consolidated Marble
this was one of Ralltiir's largest companies, involved with the expotr of native Ralltiiri marble. RCM, which was subsidized by the Empire during the height of the New Order, was unaware that their main rival - XwiziMarble - was secretly supporting the Alliance. (CCW)

Ralltiir Diagnosis Center
this prestigious facility was the foremost center for medicine on the planet Ralltiir. It was also one of the most expensive places to receive care. (SWJ10)

Ralltiir Exchange
this was the primary financial market of the planet Ralltiir. It suffered a huge blow when the Empire subjugated the planet shortly before the Battle of Yavin, and virtually collapsed when the Empire nationalized Bansche Tech and SGI Systems. (SWJ6)

Ralltiir Securities
this small corporation, based on the planet Ralltiir, produced a wide range of heavy-duty speeders for corporate and military use. (CCW)

Ralltiir Tiger
a ferocious, feline creature native to the planet Ralltiir, these tigers were cute and cuddly when they were young. However, they grew wicked claws and developed a killing temperment as they matured. This savage demeanor could appear as soon as a few weeks of age, and they developed no sense of loyalty to creatures other than themselves. This meant that animal handlers who worked with Ralltiir tigers in their menageries had to be continually aware of the tiger's actions. Compounding the tiger's unpredictable behavior was the blood madness which was brought on by fear or attack. This sudden desire to kill everything around it emerged during adolescence, and could only be quenched by the taste of blood. The blood madness was most often directed at the weakest individual the tiger could locate, making the kill that much easier. (BTS, WOTC)

Ralltiiri Secretariat
this was the government which formed on the planet Ralltiir after the New Republic liberated the planet from the Empire. (JE)

this long-bodied, snake-like fish was native to the oceans of Ralltiir. (BF4)

another spelling for Ralltiir. (JPL)

Rally's Daily Investor
this business news reporting agency detailed the various financial markets of the galaxy and reporting on the emerging trends in investing and business. (SWJ10)

Ralmathen Corridor
this crystalline boulevard graces the city of Neskroff, on Isis. (IC)

Ralme IV
this planet was the primary world in the Ralme System, located in Brak Sector. (FBS)

this man was one of the many salvagers who established a niche on the Khoonda Plains of Dantooine, in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. Like the other salvagers, Ralon split his time between scavenging the ruins of the Jedi Enclave for useful artifacts and selling them to other members of the Khoonda Plains community. Ralon, however, tried to make a few more credits by claiming he had artifacts of some significance, when all he really had was junk. Among his more creative attempts to con credits off of the settlers was the hunk of crystal Ralon tried to pass off as a Jedi Holocron. The fake holocron was eventually purchased by The Exile, in an attempt to prevent some other being from purchasing it. (KOTOR2)

this Shyriiwook word was used as the prefix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "lake", "ocean", or "river", and could be combined with one or more suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

Ral-Rai Muvnc
this Sullustan was named by Mon Mothma to serve as the Supreme Commander of the New Republic's Ordnance and Supply division. Note that this character is otherwise known as Ral'Rai Muvunc, a Twi'lek, in many other sources. (SWJ7)

Ral'Rai Muvunc
this Twi'lek was a member of the Alliance, and served as the Minister and Commander of Supply and Ordnance shortly after the Battle of Yavin. It was Muvunc who proposed that privateers be contracted to help augment the Alliance's forces. Among his rationale were the facts that privateers could ambush Imperial and corporate convoys, obtaining supplies for the Alliance without expending Alliance resources. Privateering would also help alienate corporations from the Empire, as lost convoys meant lost profits. Admiral Ackbar was strongly opposed to the plan to use pirates in this manner, despite the continued success rate of the missions Muvunc authorized. Ral'Rai's proposal led to the Far Orbit Project. Note that the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issue 7 claims this character was a Sullustan named Ral-Rai Muvnc. (SWJ2, FOP, PP, SWJ7)

this Bothan Assault Cruiser was Rogue Squadron's base of operations during the early stages of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. It was commanded by Traest Kre'fey during this time, and served as one of the most mobile platforms the New Republic's fleet contained. Shortly after the Second Battle of Coruscant, the Ralroost was dispatched to Kashyyyk, where it amassed a large fleet of warships and was the flagship of several raids into Yuuzhan Vong-controlled space. (DTO, Y)

this Wookiee was enslaved by the Empire, but returned to Kashyyyk after the fall of the Emperor at the Battle of Endor. He greeted Leia Organa Solo and Chewbacca when they arrived on Kashyyyk, in an effort to avoid the attention of Grand Admiral Thrawn. He shortened his name to Ralrra for Leia's benefit. After Chewbacca's death at Sernpidal, Ralrra presided over his funeral service on Kashyyyk. (HTTE, HT)

Ral's Bane
this potent poison caused damage to internal organs when injected into a being's body. (GCG)

Ralter, Dack
born on the Imperial labor colony of Kalist VI, Dack was seventeen when an Alliance pilot was shot down near the colony. The pilot survived, and helped a group of prisoners escape. Dack then joined the Alliance. He was Luke's gunner during the Battle of Hoth. Dack was killed in the battle by a stray laser bolt. (ESB, ESBR)

this continent of cooled, hardened duranium, formed on the planet Kriekaal shortly before the Battle of Endor. (SWJ13)

Ralthar Syndicate
this small, criminal organization was eliminated by the Security Officer Corps of Naboo, in the wake of the assassination of King Veruna. Ralthar tried to take control of Theed in the chaos which surrounded Veruna's death, but the Security forces quickly eliminated any threat. (SON)

this young Jedi was the first Padawan learner taken on by Corran Horn, after he was promoted to the rank of Jedi Master in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Ralto, Quat
this stern but loyal man was a member of the space fleet mustered by House Calipsa during the height of the New Order. He served on the Bright Seeker under the command of Captain Nils Wender, and was known as a strict but fair first officer and chief of security. He was shot and killed by Janos Marsh shortly after the Bright Seeker discovered the holed hulk of the Regal Destiny. (TSIA)

this Twi'lek female lived on Citadel Station, in orbit around Telos, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. She was often seend in the company of Harra, until Harra's gambling problem got the best of him. In a high-stakes game of pazaak, Harra actually bet - and lost - Ramana to Doton Het. Ramana was freed from captivity by The Exile, who managed to beat Doton Het in a game of pazaak. However, The Exile didn't like the fact that Harra had wagered her as part of his gambling debt, and set out to ensure that Ramana remained free. The Exile had to beat Doton Het in one-on-one combat, then convince Harra of the error of his ways, but he managed to make sure Ramana was a free woman. (KOTOR2)

this Hutt kajidic once assassinated one of the leaders of the Society of the Black Bha'lir smuggler's guild on the planet Omman. The smugglers, looking to exact revenge on the Ramesh, exterminated all but one member of the clan. They sent a young black bha'lir cub to the Ramesh Hutts, who believed the gift to be a proposition of service to the Hutts. The Ramesh leadership made ready to embark on a new monopoly by using the Black Bha'lir as their hired guns. Unfortunately, the Society had implanted a bladder of Trauger Gas inside the lungs of the bha'lir cub. As the cub breathed, Trauger Gas was expelled throughout the Ramesh compound. All the Hutts of the Ramesh clan in residence were killed within minutes. Only Kalna the Hutt survived, having been away from Nal Hutta on business. (SSR, BSS)

this was a common component used to create the names given to Cerean males. In general, male Cereans given an individual name, which is added to the names of their father and grandfather. Complete male names are arranged based on harmony and cadence, but the literal meanings are arranged to ensure proper descriptions. The name Rami referred to a clever hero from Cerean mythology. (GCG)

this clever hero was a common figure in Cerean mythology. (GCG)

Ramic, Sutt
this Imperial High General was in command of one of the three Golan III defense platforms that guarded the planet Muunilinst some ten years after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. He the senior officer among the Imperial leaders on Muunilinst, and questioned the truth behind Pellaeon's proposal to negotiate a peace treaty with the New Republic. Although he didn't like it, Ramic's years of service and loyalty to the Empire made him agree with Pellaeon's plans. He also chafed at the ways in which Moff Disra was using Imperial funds, personnel, and equipment to pay for Preybird-class starfighters produced by the Cavrilhu pirates. He worked with Pellaeon to make sure nothing else unethical happened. (SOP)

Ramier, Lesan
a native of Lolnar, this man served the Empire as the Moff of Brak Sector, at the height of the New Order. Ramier was promoted to Brak Sector after successfully bringing seveaarl star systems into line with the Empire. His takeover of the sector was met with opposition, but most of his critics disappeared over a short period of time. His greatest achievement was the construction of the Imperial shipyards at Bacrana, but he was unable to subjugate the Aramandi. While trying to take control of the sector, Ramier was forced to consider the option of jointly controlling it with Lant Mining Corporation, due to strained relations between LMC and the Empire. (FBS, SWJ7)

this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Ramis, Octa
this stocky, well-muscled woman was from Chandrila, and trained on an unspecified world of heavier-than-standard gravity to build up her strength. She showed a sensitivity to the Force, and eventually joined Luke Skywalker's Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, training under the watchful eye of Kam Solusar. She was one of a growing faction of Jedi who couldn't understand the New Republic's political aversion to dealing directly with the Yuuzhan Vong invasion. Luke later discovered that Octa had been romantically involved with Mika Reglia. Octa was overcome with grief after the death of Daeshara'cor, and was one of the Jedi who turned away from Luke's philosophy to join Kyp Durron. She flew with Kyp's Dozen during the middle stages of the struggle against the Yuuzhan Vong, and was one of the few survivors of the Second Battle of Coruscant. The anguish over losing so many to the Yuuzhan Vong, despite the efforts of Kyp Durron and other groups, finally broke over her, and she briefly deserted the Dozen in order to help isolate one of the yammosks over Coruscant. Later, during the final stages of the battle with the Yuuzhan Vong, Octa briefly took command of the Dozen when Kyp accompanied Han and Leia Organa Solo on a mission to destroy the yammosk which had been installed on Caluula. During the final stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong, after the living planet Zonama Sekot agreed to help bring about an end to the conflict, Octa was one of several Jedi Knights were bonded to seed-partners and provided with Sekotan starships. Octa was ultimately one of the handful of Jedi Knights to survive the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. (DTR, EVC, SWI57, DJ, NEGC, UF)

Ramison, Fendel
this man was arrested for violating the laws protecting the thresher population on Tinallis. He had been trying to obtain a thresher egg for a scientist on Deminol, and was nearly killed by the thresher parents. The female thresher picked him up and dropped him into the ocean, breaking his legs. He was rescued by a shore patrol and place in jail. (COG)

this native of Aduba-3 approached Han Solo and Chewbacca and asked them to help the locals break the grip of Serji-X Arogantus. A poor farmer, Ramiz saw Han and Chewie subdue Warto and his cronies in a bar, and realized that they might be able to help. (MC8)

Ramjet Drive
a simple yet powerful drive system that creates thrust and expels it by burning fuel. These engines, popular on private, interplanetary craft, build up an intense amount of heat, and must be efficiently cooled. They are non-radioactive. (SWSB)

Ramjet Scoop-miners
fast ships that employ ramjet drives and traverse nebulae, scooping up the gases for exportation. (JS)

this alien race was one of a multitude that were left without a viable homeworld during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Some five years after the Galactic Alliance defeated the alien invaders, the Ramoans were still being relocated to new worlds, thanks in large part to the new Jedi order. However, the final stages of their relocation was under the command of Lowbacca, who left his duty aboard the Maledoth to answer UnuThul's call. (DN1)

this planet was targeted as the center of a baradium smuggling ring by the Galactic Alliance, some five years after the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Tesar Sebatyne had been dispatched by the new Jedi order to investigate the situation, but he abandoned the mission after hearing UnuThul's call to join him in the Unknown Regions. (DN1)

Ramordian Silk
this wondrously smooth fabric was used to make expensive bedsheets. (VOF, LJ1)

Ramorean Capanata
a dish served with Ediorung icefish. (TJP)

Rampa I
this was the first planet in a star system which was beset with rebellious activity during the early years of the New Order. The natives of the planet rose up against the Empire after the rebellion on Rampa II, and were summarily subjugated. (THG, RD)

Rampa II
this water-poor planet was the second world in the Rampa System, and was located in the Corporate Sector. Han Solo sustained a fair amount of damage to the Millennium Falcon while trying to smuggle water there, during the early years of the New Order. The planet had been industrialized to the point that its ecosystem had been destroyed, requiring that the population be contained in a small area. The population was sustained with synthetic nutrients and poorly-recycled water. An Imperial outpost was located here, during the early years of the New Order, which was attacked by rebellious agents. The attack forced Moff Sarn Shild to disregard his agreements with the Hutts and issue orders to bring down any smuggling activity in the Hutt sectors of space. Rampa II and its sister planet, Rampa I, were quickly subjugated by the Empire for their insurrections. (HSR, CSA, THG, RD)

Rampa Rancors
this shockball team was based on the planet Rampa II, and played during the height of the New Order. (SSR)

Rampa Rapids
this was the name given to the smuggling routes used to smuggle water onto the planets of the Rampa System, during the early years of the New Order. They were regularly patrolled by the Rampa Skywatch, who were ordered to track and fire on smugglers. (HSR)

Rampa Skywatch
this elite security force monitored all space traffic coming to and leaving from the planets of the Rampa System, during the early years of the New Order. (HSR)

one of three Imperial-class Star Destroyers under the command of Lumiya, following the Battle of Endor. (SWG3)

Rampaging Ranat
this modified YT-2400 freighter was owned and operated by Az-Iban, until he was ambushed by Morturr Heth and the surviving Disac pirates. Heth assumed Az-Iban's identity, and the Disac lurked along the Sisar Run, hoping to exact some measure of revenge against Black Sun and Ket Maliss. The ship was armed with a pair of double laser cannons. (SSR)

this Imperial Victory-class Star Destroyer was sabotaged by various guild agents while in drydock at the Wroonian Stardock. The agents, led by Kabalard Vinne, destroyed the port-most ion drive, causing damage to the warship as well as the docking facility. The attack was staged as a demonstration against Imperial Governor Norrin. (SWJ9)

an Alliance modified Corvette group captured during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

an Imperial Interdictor cruiser sent to the planet Chazwa by Grand Admiral Thrawn to reduce smuggling. (LCSB)

Rampart Blast Armor
developed by Imperial Munitions, this set of personal body armor provided protection against a variety of heavy energy weapons. (E)

Rampart II
this portable shield generator was produced by Imperial Munitions during the height of the New Order. (KR)

Rampart-class Anticonsussion Generator
developed by the Corporate Sector Authority, this defensive shield generator provided a measure of protection against explosions, collisions, and other impacts. The first usage of the Rampart-class field generator was aboard the Stars' End prison facility on Mytus VII. It was there that the CSA discovered the huge power requirements of the system, which rendered it extremely cost-prohibitive to operate. (EGW)

Ramsees Hed
a docking port located on the planet Cal-Seti. (DF)

this was the term used by the inhabitants of the planet Iego to describe the cobbled-together repulsorchairs they used as transports. These ramshackles resembled reclining chairs made from structural tubing, with handmade repuslor engines attached at the base to provide locomotion. (WOTC, GORW)

this was the name given to a variety of starships put together by outlaw techs, and designed for ramming an opponent's starship. These vessels were equipped with massive engines and structurally-enhanced fuselages, allowing them to gain maximum speed and survive the ramming operation. The "nose" of a ramship was most often a bulbous cone formed from solid durasteel, and formed to buckle a target's hull plating and bend its superstructure. Virtually all the ramships encountered over the years have been manned by droids, as no sane organic would want to participate in a ramming mission. However, this meant that the crews of ramships were unable to make their own decisions. (EGD)

this was BlasTech's portable, blaster power pack recharging kit. (GFT)

Ramunee, Veni
this Alderaanian youth was the fifth of eight children in his family, and the younger brother of the Jedi Vici Ramunee. When Master Tannis traveled to Alderaan to locate candidates for Jedi training, she chose Veni as well as his older sister, Vici. However, at age of seven, he was too young to begin training and had to wait two more years before joining Vici. Veni snuck out of his dwelling to bring Vici her lightsaber, shortly before she entered the Cave of Truth to test her training. However, he was halted from helping her further by the presence of Master Willm Lywin. (SWJ9, SWJ11)

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