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University of Comparative Sapient Species
this was the most renowned college on the planet Lekua V, known for the Ottdefas who were more adventurers than teachers. (GMR5)

University of Coruscant
an institute of higher learning located in Imperial City, the University of Coruscant was one of the most distributed universities in the galaxy. More than a dozen satellite campuses were strung out across the surface of the planet. The University was originally founded by Chancellor Fillorean and the Duinuogwuin Borz'Mat'oh in the wake of the Duinuogwuin Contention, as a way to commemorate the end of the conflict. Immense statues of both beings adorn the central administration building, which was located in the Fobosi District of Republic City. (NEGC, CCW)

University of Garos
this institution of higher learning was located in Ariana, on the planet Garos IV. (DTR)

University of Huvveck
this prestigious school was known for its sentientology department. (PG1)

University of Kalla
this institute of higher education was located on the planet Kalla, and was one of the Corporate Sector's most prestigious schools during the height of the New Order. (SWDB)

University of Ketaris
this school, based on the planet Ketaris during the last decades of the Old Republic, was renowned for its department of Xenoarchaeology. The University went bankrupt shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars, leaving students and instructors without the facilities to learn and teach. (SWI79)

University of Reena
this was the primary educational facility located on the planet Reena, and its archives contained a megacomputer system filled with information on the history, geography, and politics of Tapani Sector. (LOE)

University of Rudrig
one of the few insititutes for higher learning in the Tion Hegemony, the University of Rudrig began expanding its domain during the early days of the Empire. It sought to place satellite campuses on other Hegemony planets, such as Brigia, in order to help the Hegemony catch up with the rest of the galaxy. (HSL)

University of Sanbra
this school was well-known for The University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life, written by Tem Eliss and illegally distributed on computer networks despite COMPNOR's attempts to stop it. (GG12)

University of Sanbra Guide to Intelligent Life, The
this document, compiled by Professor Tem Eliss, was written during the height of the New Order. Eliss attempted to document the various cultures that existed throughout the galaxy, describing their cultural and social motivations and histories. Eliss tried to remain neutral to the state of galactic politics, but the subjugation of alien races quickly became a recurring theme. Too many species had been suborned by Imperial might for him to downplay its effect on their culture. The Guide became known to Kem Tija and Bront Autin of COMPNOR, who attempted to capture Eliss and halt publication. Eliss fled from Sanbra, and reportedly joined the Alliance. The Guide was never officially published, but was later discovered on student computer networks. COMPNOR was powerless to stop its spread, and the Guide was known to be present on over 25,000 nodes on 5,000 worlds. (GG12)

University of Tibrin
an institute of higher learning, this university has a renowned school of anthropology. (GG2)

University of Timb
this school, located on the planet V'shar, was dedicated to the study of ancient civilizations. (AIR)

University of Universal Thought
this is the only true school on the planet Karideph, where the Kari engage in extended and highly abstract conversations with the off-worlders who founded the university. The alien scholars that labor there are hoping to prove that any society is a conscious creature created from individual minds. (GG6)

University of Yabol Opa
this university had facilities and setellite locations spread across the entire planet of Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Its prestige extended well beyond that of most institutions, and its Grand Warden maintained a luxurious suite of apartments in the center of Galactic City. (IWE2)

this wrench claimed to be able to adapt to any size or shape of fitting. (PZZ1)

this was a popular name among the Amanin people, named for a famous individual in Amanin history. (UANT)

this was a common name among the Temolak race. (UANT)

Unknown Alien Encounters
this section of Imperial doctrine dealt with the diplomacy and methodologies which were required whenever an Imperial officer encountered an unheard of alien race. (SWJ7)

Unknown Pawn Shop
this small business was located on Phyrstal Island, on Abregado-Rae. During the height of the Galactic Civil War, it was owned and operated by Vikas Sleer. (ND)

Unknown Regions, The
originally considered areas of Imperial occupation beyond the universe defined by the Old Republic, the Unknown Regions contain the vast majority of the known, though unexplored, galaxy. By the time of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, the Unknown Regions accounted for just fifteen percent of the galaxy, yet much of it remained unexplored by the New Republic. The primary reason for this was the fact that the Chiss controlled most of the border between the Unknown Regions and the rest of the galaxy. They severely limited traffic into the Unknown Regions, but they also mapped large portions of the Unknown Regions as part of an ambitious mission developed by Grand Admiral Thrawn. Decades of exploration revealed a wealth of unusual creatures and races, along with a wealth of information on the appearance of therogue planet Zonama Sekot. (HTTE, EGP, FH2)

Unknown World
this was the only name ever used to describe the homeworld of the Rakata race. It was in orbit around this planet's star that the Star Forge was created many millennia before the Great Sith War. Additionally, a huge temple was erected by the Rakatans to house the defensive field generator that protected the Star Forge. The immense power of this field generator, coupled with the incredible power utilized by the Star Forge itself, caused any number of problems with starship systems. Any ship passing too close to the system was badly damaged, and the surface of the Unknown World was littered with the debris of thousands of years' worth of damaged starship hulls. (SWDB)

Unlimited Horizons, Incorporated
this corporation, based on the planet Kalla, operated the starship Amanda's Toy II. (SOL)

Unlos Tagge
this was the capital city of the planet Tepasi, and the base of operations for the House of Tagge. (HNN4)

this was a slang term used in the Elrood Sector during the height of the New Order, and was used to describe those beings who were not native to the Sector but unlucky enough to be living or working there. (PG3)

this creature was bred by the Yuuzhan Vong for its hunting skils. Specifically, they were bred to locate and destroy ooglith masquers which were being used to hide a being's identity. It appeared to be a vicious ball of teeth and spines. (HT)

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

Unnh River
this river ran near the site of the Great Temple, on the moon of Yavin 4. (EVC)

Unni Yerudi
this ten-Bilar claqa acheived a level of intelligence unheard of in Bilar history. Yerudi was known as a conman and gambler, and eventually made its way to Cloud City. Once there, Yerudi quickly earned enough credits to purchase several of its own clubs, and became one of the richest beings in the sector. (GG4)

Unnipar System
this was located in the Dentamma Nebula, and was controlled by ArchDuke Monlo, until he lost the ownership rights to the system in a sabacc match with the Teltior conman Ceezva. (AE)

this was the capital city of the planet Virujansi. During the Clone Wars, the city was ravaged by Separatist attacks that were defeated by Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and their contingent of clone troopers. For his efforts, Anakin was named "Warrior of the Infinite" by the Rajah. (SWI72)

Unquiet Spirit Arises from the Swamp, The
this was one of the most famous Rodian dramas, and had at least 14 acts of 27 or more scenes. It was written by Veerdo Veerone. (HR)

this Imperial Star Destroyer was believed to be at the Battle of Endor, where is deposited a large number of probe droids to monitor Alliance activity in the wake of the destruction of the second Death Star. The Star Destroyer then jumped to Cannij Barr, where reports from the probe droids were to be directed. (TBSB)

this was one of the many smuggling ships hired by Mika the Hutt to transport raw spice to his facility on Varl, where he produced the spice known as tempest. The Unrepentant was a modified Mobquet Medium Transport. (TF)

this was the Yuuzhan Vong term for a living piece of tissue which was excised from an individual's body as a votice to their gods. It was maintained by complex biotechnology, and as long as it lived it provided evidence of an individual's devotion. (FH2)

Unser, Cobb
a member of the FarStar's crew, Unser was characterized by his empathy for droids. Cobb and his sister, Corla, worked aboard the transport Muvon until it was impounded on Kal'Shebbol by Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne. Sarne claimed that the ship had been taken because of unpaid tariffs, but he really hoped to strip the ship for parts. Stranded on the planet, Cobb found work as a repulsorlift mechanic until his sister mysteriously disappeared after meeting Sarne in person. He resolved to spend his life trying find her, and accpeted the open call for crewmen on the FarStar in order to help find Sarne and locate Corla. When he discovered that Corla was among the prisoners at the Q'Maere Research Facility, he was initially happy to be reunited with her. However, as the FarStar moved deeper into the Kathol Rift and tensions between the crew and the prisoners grew strained, Cobb and Corla began agruing over her devotion to Lowen Chase. (DARK, KO)

Unser, Corla
this woman was the younger sister of Cobb Unser, working together aboard the Muvon as free traders in the Kathol Sector of the galaxy. When their ship was impounded on Kal'Shebbol by Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne, Corla found herself courted by Sarne himself, although she was repelled by him. He had her arrested and detained on Q'Maere. At Q'Maere, Corla met and fell in love with Lowen Chase, although they held off on having a serious relationship until they escaped. Their chance came when the crew of the FarStar put in at Q'Maere to restock their food supplies. She was then reunited with her brother, Cobb, and assisted Lowen in generating a prison riot. In the ensuing melee, the prisoners and the crew of the FarStar managed to escape from Q'Maere. However, as the FarStar moved deeper into the Kathol Rift, tensions between the crew and the prisoners grew strained, and Cobb and Corla began agruing over her devotion to Lowen Chase. When Chase called for a mutiny, Corla supported him by taking control of the Engineering center with the help of Kinakt Losron. (DARK, KR)

this was the term used by the Shamed Ones of the Yuuzhan Vong to describe those individuals who had not been cast out as shamed. (FH2)

Unstable Terrain Artillery Transport
see UT-AT (SWDB)

this double-pointed spear was one of the traditional weapons of the Ebranites. (SWJ11)

this hulking, alien brute was one of Black Sun's primary operatives on Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He had managed to infiltrate the underground lair of Jabba the Hutt, but was killed when an unidentified Imperial spy tried to reach Jabba first. (SWGAL)

Unther, Michael
this man served as a Rear Admiral in the Imperial Navy for more than twenty years, and was a combat veteran who commanded the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Victory before his retirement. The son of wealthy parents, Michael was sent to the Academy as a way to settle him down. He used his father's position to get himself assigned aboard a Strike-class cruiser upon graduation. When he sacrificed his ship to save a larger vessel, he was promoted and given command of the Victory. When his father was arrested for suspected treason against the Empire, and later disappeared, Michael began to doubt the true nature of the New Order. His o\own renown in battle saved Michael from any further investigation. After retiring, Michael continued to preach the party line, hiding his inner doubts and concerns from public view. He became one of the premier instructors at naval training centers, such as the one located in the Duluur Sector. Unther had an in-depth knowledge of Imperial procedures for blockading and conquering a planet. (SWJ2)

this Delrakkin was ostensibly the leader of the resistance on her homeworld, during the height of the New Order. It was Untrilla who befriended a downed Alliance pilot during Admiral Termo's attack on Delrakkin City. Along with Gwann, Untrilla explained to the pilot that Captain Skeezer had been on Delrakkin a short while earlier, posing as an Alliance agent who wanted to begin planting alazhi on the planet. She later agreed to have her people help repair the pilot's freighter. (MIS3)

this was one of the many hives that made up the Colony. Like all other hives within the Colony, the members of the Unu hive referred to themselves, as well as the entire nest, as Unu, and acted upon the Will of the Unu hive. However, the Unu were different in that the hive was made up of individuals from all other hives of the Colony. In this way, the Unu became even more important. The Unu hive rose to prominence some five years after the Galactic Alliance defeated the Yuuzhan Vong, when the former Jedi Knight Raynar Thul was rescued by the Yoggoy and joined to the hive. The influence of the former Jedi gave rise to a new hive within the Yoggoy, which became known as the Unu. Where the other hives of the Colony lacked any concern for any one individual, Thul's training made him stop to assist injured beings rather than simply leaving them to die and then feeding their flesh to the infantile grubs. Thul imparted his caring to those Yoggoy around him, and these new beings created the Unu hive. As the Unu began sharing with other hives, the Colony experienced a form of rebirth that led to its rapid expansion in the Unknown Regions. Thus, the Unu hive became "the nest of nests," and Raynar became UnuThul and the Prime Unu. The combined leadership of the members of the Unu hive became known as the Will of the Colony. (DN1, DN2)

Unu's Will
see Will of the Colony, The (DN1)

Unut Poll
this Arconan was the owner of Spaceport Speeders, in Mos Eisley. When he died, his role was taken up by another Arconan who was fleeing from the Empire. This Poll was a refugee fleeing the battles of the Galactic Civil War, in which the Empire murdered his wife and children. A quirky old codger with a heart of gold, the new Poll was also secretly sheltering homeless Arconans, giving them new identities away from Imperial eyes. Unut was not happy when Wioslea bought Luke Skywalker's old landspeeder for 2,000 credits, but worked through his anger. (GG7, CCG2, SWJ11)

this was the name adopted by Raynar Thul, after he became fully integrated into the Yoggoy hive of the Colony and established the Unu hive. As UnuThul, he was able to allow the Unu hive to touch the Force, an act that gave the Colony more desire to grow and live beyond their once humble existence. Under UnuThul's guidance, the Colony expanded their settlements in the Unknown Regions, and created trading relationships with many planets in the Outer Rim. The expansion of the Colony worried the beighboring Chiss, who feared that the Colony might take over some of their worlds. Although tradition demanded that the Chiss could not attack first, they used subtler techniques to force the Colony to retreat. Many of the Colony's settlements were badly damaged by teams of Chiss who spread defoliants and other chemicals to destroy crops, in an effort to starve the hives. UnuThul, seeing the possible loss of life for the Colony, sent out a call through the Force to his old friends from the Jedi praxeum. The call was answered by the members of the team that had attacked a Yuuzhan Vong worldship near Myrkr, including Jaina Solo and Lowbacca. The Jedi left their missions to join UnuThul, and began working to drive off the Chiss. However, when the time came to vigorously defend the Colony, UnuThul demanded that the Jedi leave the Colony, claiming that the Kind didn't want their friends to be harmed. Throughout the years, however, UnuThul was unaware that Welk and Lomi Plo had also survived The Crash, and had established the so-called Dark Nest. Even after Luke Skywalker was attacked on Yoggoy, and Saba Sebatyne was attacked by Welk on Jwlio, UnuThul refused to believe that the Dark Nest existed. Ultimately, he was forced to confront the presence of an evil hive of the Colony when Luke Skywalker defeated Welk on Kr and brought his body as evidence to UnuThul. It was then that Raynar Thul's memories flooded back into his mind. He remembered saving both Welk and Lomi Plo, and became agitated when Lomi Plo's body was not found. He initially claimed that the Dark Nest was part of a devious Chiss plot, but was forced to admit that, in a disassociated way, his actions in saving the Dark Jedi probably led to the birth of the Gorog. He was somewhat vindicated when it was learned that the Chiss mentality aided the Gorog in their ability to maintain secrecy, and he ordered that no more Chiss were to be accepted as Joiners. In order to ensure this order was followed, UnuThul agreed to Leia Organa Solo's plan to relocate the Qoribu nests to Woteba, a planet that was deeper in the Unknown Regions and well away from Chiss space. The relative peace that followed was short-lived, however, when UnuThul learned of the existence of the Fizz. He blamed the Jedi for the problems it caused, accusing them of knowing about the existence of the Fizz and tricking the Colony into relocating to worlds where they would be afflicted. His blind sense of truth forced UnuThul to begin authorizing expansion of the Colony beyond the Utegetu Nebula, which was met by a show of force from the Galactic Alliance. UnuThul also refused to believe that the Dark Nest had survived, despite the evidence of black membrosia and the continued existence of Lomi Plo. Meanwhile, he was unaware that the build-up of military supplies and starship parts was being sent to create nest ships that would transport Gorog-controlled hives out of the nebula and into the rest of the galaxy. (DN1, DN2)

Unviseral Socket Interface
this was the primary interface scheme used by droid manufacturers of the Old Republic to connect limbs, heads, and other parts to a droid's central processing unit. The standardization of this interface allowed many small corporations to produce less-expensive droid replacement parts, opening up a great deal of trade to poorer planets. (HNN5)

this was the name used by the Anointed People to describe the underclass serfs, which were ruled by the Godlings. (SWCP)

this term decscribes a Rellarin tribal chief. Each of the un'Yala is well over 200 years old, and there is one for each of the 57 Rellarin tribes. They are extremely wise and motivated individuals. (GG12)

this humanoid race was native to the planet Uogo'cor. They were enslaved by the many pirate gangs that took control of the system during the Old Republic, and a good portion of the population was wiped out when the Empire established its presence in Trax Sector. (GMK)

this planet, located in the Trax Sector, is the home of a number of outlaw tech stations. It was positioned just off the Trax Tube, and was populated mainly by pirates during its early history. It was the homeworld of the Uogo race, which was enslaved by the many pirate gangs that controlled the system. With the emergence of the Empire and its New Order, the pirates and much of the Uogo population were wiped out. In the native language of the Uogo, the planet is called "the home of the suffering ones." (GMK)

this was one of the many Bothan clans. Affiliation with the clan was indicated by the suffix 'ok added to an individual's family name. (GCG, WOTC)

this Rodian black marketeer started his career as a bounty hunter, but wasn't terribly successful at it. After working for another black marketeer, Uopled discovered a talent for negotations. After making his fortune dealing in stolen merchandise, he purchased Petabys Station for a pittance. He transformed it into one of the most successful black marketplaces of the New Order. (HAS)

Uoti Corporate
this marketing operation maintained a long-standing rivalry with the Bardrin Group, each trying to outdo the other in the sales of weapons and ship systems in their home sector. (TFNR)

this was one of the many crystals used by the ancient Jedi Knights in the construction of a lightsaber. It was believed to have given the wielder a greater ability to deflect blaster bolts. Upari was a relatively brittle crystal that was found in small asteroids in orbit around forested worlds. (KOTOR)

Upland Liberation Front
this was the name used by the Korunnai guerillas who fought to free their people from the oppression of the Balawai, during the years following the Clone Wars. Often referred to as the ULF, this band was believed to have crystallized around the rogue Jedi Knight, Depa Billaba, and spiritual leader Kar Vastor just after the Battle of Geonosis. In order to draw the attention of Mace Windu and the rest of the Old Republic, the leaders of the ULF put together a scene of wanton death and torture, then recorded the entire scene and placed a data wafer with the recordings into the mouth of a dead woman. With a carefully placed tip to the Republic's Intelligence agency, they managed to achieve their goal of bringing Windu back to Haruun Kal. What Master Windu discovered, though, was that the ULF was barely clinging to its own existence, reduced to staging raids on Balawai outposts just to acquire food and medical supplies. The ULF was being held together by the sheer will of Kar Vastor, who had become the lor pelek of legend. Disease and the jungle were claiming as many Korunnai victims as the Balawai gunships that patrolled the jungles. When Mace Windu finally met up with Depa Billaba, she revealed that the ULF was just a name she had created to help garner attention for the plight of the Korunnai. The illusion of the ULF was meant to force the Balawai militia to expend huge amounts of resources trying to pin down leaders and resources, looking for patterns they believed any organized resistance would employ. The fact of the matter, though, was that the ULF was simply a clan of surviving Korunnai who used guerilla tactics in an effort to avoid extinction. (SHPT)

a region of plains on the continent of Thon, on Alderaan. (SWR)

Upper Bal'ta'ran Cluster
this chain of islands was located off the northwest coast of l'Quar'ta, on the planet Guiteica. Most of the bal'ta'ran crystals exported from the planet were mined there. (AIR)

Upper Bloovatavian Historical Reference Databank
a sarcastic reference to a source of obscure knowledge used by Lando Calrissian. (AS)

Upper City
this was the name used to describe the uppermost levels of the cityscape on the planet Taris, during the height of the Great Sith War. The wealthy and powerful members of Taris' society fled to the Upper City in an effort to escape the crime and disintegration of the lower levels of the city, isolating themselves from the planet's problems. (KOTOR)

Upper City Cantina
this cantina, located on the planet Taris during the Great Sith War, was known as a hotspot for playing pazaak. (KOTOR)

Upper Shadowlands
this was a section of the Shadowlands, on the planet Kashyyyk. During the era of the Great Sith War, the Czerka Corporation maintained a hunting preserve in the area, much to the chagrin of the native Wookiee population. (KOTOR)

this was one of the Imperial cruisers that participated in the blockade of the ThonBoka, during the early years of the New Order. Rokur Gepta stripped its captain and his second-in-command of their rank after the captain of the Intractable refused to be a front-line attacker. Gepta then ordered them all forced out of the airlocks on their vessels, as examples of what would happen to any other officers who dared to disobey his orders. (LCS)

Uprisings, The
this was the name used to describe the first organized revolts against the leadership of the Five Families on the planet Ord Cestus, some twenty years before the Battle of Geonosis. (TCD)

this message droid was owned by Reekeene's Roughnecks. (SWCP)

one of two transports used by Ackbar to supply the Project Shantipole base near Roche. (XW)

this was the name of the orbital docking facility established by the Empire inorbit above the planet Belgaroth. It remained an active starship repair facility after the Empire abandoned Belgaroth, bringing in enough credits to keep the planet from going bankrupt. (CCW)

Uquine Ship Yards
this now-defunct starship manufacturer produced a number of specialized designs, including the TriAstra Belter craft. (GG2)

this Tusken Raider was revered by the other members of his race for his prowess in battle. In a struggle against Jabba the Hutt's henchmen, Ur slew two Gamorreans before making his escape. (JKG)

this humanoid droid was owned by Nobu during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (T7)

this star, located in the Monsua Nebula of the galaxy's Moddell Sector, was virtually unreachable through hyperspace, due to the density of the nebula's gases. Because of this, it retained the simple alphanumeric designation it was given by astrocartographers of the Old Republic. (GMR9)

this star, located in the Monsua Nebula of the galaxy's Moddell Sector, was virtually unreachable through hyperspace, due to the density of the nebula's gases. Because of this, it retained the simple alphanumeric designation it was given by astrocartographers of the Old Republic. (GMR9)

this star, located in the Monsua Nebula of the galaxy's Moddell Sector, was virtually unreachable through hyperspace, due to the density of the nebula's gases. Because of this, it retained the simple alphanumeric designation it was given by astrocartographers of the Old Republic. (GMR9)

designation of an Unknown Regions planet razed by Grand Admiral Thrawn. (DFRSB)

this star, located in the Monsua Nebula of the galaxy's Moddell Sector, was virtually unreachable through hyperspace, due to the density of the nebula's gases. Because of this, it retained the simple alphanumeric designation it was given by astrocartographers of the Old Republic. (GMR9)

this star, located in the Monsua Nebula of the galaxy's Moddell Sector, was virtually unreachable through hyperspace, due to the density of the nebula's gases. Because of this, it retained the simple alphanumeric designation it was given by astrocartographers of the Old Republic. (GMR9)

Urahasam Moreemohtwo
this specially-constructed kitchen droid was one of the galaxy's greatest chefs, and worked for Corpo the Hutt in the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Designated MREM-02, this droid was the prized property of Corpo the Hutt. Corpo had the droid programmed to be able to create millions of different culinary masterpieces, many of which were originally created by chefs who had crossed Corpo.Note that the name Moreemohtwo was meant to honor Masaharu Morimoto, a noted Japanese chef who performed on the television show "Iron Chef." (T7)

the Wookiee bouncer employed by the Contumely Club. A small creature accompanies him, sitting on his shoulder and translating his speech into Basic. (RPG)

this gas giant was the sixth planet in the Zug System. It was orbited by some 38 moons. (PH)

Urban Assault Vehicle
this form of military speeder is designed to patrol the dense streets of cities. (GMK)

Urban Combat Specialists
these soldiers, part of the Alliance's SpecForces unit, were experienced in securing large cities and metroplexes, using stealth and operational tactics to gain control of these large areas. They were considered the 3rd Regiment of the SpecForces of the Alliance. (ROE)

this female Sullustan served as a Captain in the engineering corps of the Galactic Alliance's military, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Captain Urbok served aboard the Admiral Ackbar about a year after the Qoribu Crisis, but was killed when a swarm of Gorog assassin bugs infiltrated the ship. (DN2)

this planet, located in the area of the Lesser Plooriod Cluster known as Urce Space, was the capital planet of the area, as served as the seat of Imperial power during the height of the New Order. (AIR)

Urce Space
this was the name of an area of the Lesser Plooriod Cluster, bounded on one side by the Burna Trade Route and on another side by the Entana Run. (AIR)

this was the name of the primary religious center of the Il Madri religion, which was worshipped by the ancient Ayrou of Maya Kovel. After the Ayrou made contact with the Old Republic, the Ur-Chapterhouse was remodeled to serve as the base of operations for the Society of Self-Actualization. (GMR9)

a strange, plant-like creature shaped like a dandelion, urchins were found on the Forest Moon of Endor. The head of the creature was covered with a mass of sharp quills. These quills could the thrown from the head as weapons. (ECAR, SWDB)

this was the Huttese term for a nephew or neice, although it could be used to describe an individual who was under another's protection. (MIS5)

this was the Huttese term for a guardian, although it was more correctly used to specify one's uncle or aunt. (MIS5)

this gemstone was mined on the crystalline moon of the planet Nothoiin. (WOA33)

this was a remote planet that was hidden on the outskirts of the Corporate Sector. It was on this chilly, temperate world that Klaus "Doc" Vandangante and his daughter, Jessa, re-established their outlaw tech base, after the Corporate Sector Authority raided their previous location. After destroying Stars' End and recovering Doc and the other prisoners, Han made contact with jess and flew to Urdur to release them. Doc and Jessa had planned to move their base again, but the demise of the Corporate Sector Authority may have changed that. (HSE)

this Alliance agent worked for Una Poot, and infiltrated the colony after Brago's rise to power. Using the alias Conor, he supposedly shot down Daye Azur-Jamin's message pod, which told the Sunesi where to retrieve a cache of smuggled weapons. Urek later helped Daye and his companions escape from the colony's prison. (SWJ10)

this was the Snivvian word for "tavern." (HNN5)

this man was one of many natives of Endregaad who experienced the Endregaad Plague, during the early years of the New Order. He became addicted to tempest spice after taking it in an effort to eliminate the plague, and was known to attack the caravans that brought purely medicinal spice to the outlying areas of Tel Bollin. (TF)

this ball of frigid rock was the fifth planet of the Axum System, located in the Core Worlds. It was orbited by a single moon. (CCW)

this Gamorrean served as a guard aboard the Masquerade, working for Elwis Bontraar during the last years of the Old Republic. (WOA22)

this blaster pistol was produced during the height of the New Order. (SWGAL)

Gorneesh's queen. (ECAR)

this unusual creature was one of just a handful of lifeforms which managed to survive the ecological devastation of the planet Clak'Dor VII. Bith scientists discovered that the urgonox was actually descended from a mutated urgrinox; a large portion of the "junk DNA" contained the cells of the urgrinox combined sympathetically with the genetic weapons unleashed by the ancient Bith, resulting the evolution of the urgonox. The pink-furred urgonox moved about on six legs, but its flexible spine allowed it to rear up on its four rear legs. The front two legs ended with thick claws, which the urgonox could use for fighting or digging. The head of the urgonox was dominated by its two large, blue eyes, which had eyelids that closed from front to back. The elongated snout of the urgonox gave the head a shovel-like appearance; the horny beak at the tip of the snout was used for digging up plants or manipulating carrion. The urgonox had no natural predators on Clak'Dor VII, but was not a predator itself. They were opportunistic, omnivorous scavengers, feeding on anything they encoutnered that did not move. It was rumored that the digestive enzymes of the urgonox were capable of rendering radioactive materials inert, although very little scientific evidence existed to prove this. (WOTC)

this insectoid herd animal was believed to have evolutionary links to the Geonosian race. Native to the planet Geonosis, the ur-greedle resembled a short Geonosian, with a blood-red exoskeleton and six wings. Their limbs ended in three-clawed hands that were used for digging into the sandy surface of their homeworld, where the ur-greedles congregated in large groups. Xenobiologists were divided on the intelligence level of the ur-greedles, although many considered them simple creatures. Ur-greedles became infamous in the wake of the Battle of Geonosis, as their attraction to shiny objects led them to acquire many of the lightsabers of fallen Jedi Knights before the forces of the Old Republic could recover them from the battlefields. (GORW)

this mammal once lived on the surface of Clak'Dor VII, until the Bith destroyed the planet with biological and genetic weapons. In a strange evolutionary mutation, the "junk DNA" contained in the cells of the urgrinox combined sympathetically with the genetic materials used in the Bith weaponry, creating an entirely new species that was later called the urgonox. (WOTC)

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