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Obsidian Lance
this javelin, formed from a shard of Mustafar's sharpest obsidian, was one of many weapon produced by the Mustafarians. The shaft of this lance was intricately carved, with runes and sigils surrounding the grips. (SWGAL)

Obsidian Sword
this bladed weapon, formed from a shard of Mustafar's sharpest obsidian, was the favored weapon of many Mustafarians. The blade and hilt were intricately carved, and each obsidian sword was a unique weapon. (SWGAL)

O-class
this was a term used by independent spacers to describe anything that was substandard or of minimal importance. (DN2)

Oicunn, Barrow
this man was a native of the planet Humbarine, where he served in the planetary navy during the height of the Clone Wars. He believed in the Old Republic, and joined the navy to keep his homeworld free from Separatist control. However, he soon came to doubt the Republic's ability to protect itself, after his requests for additional military resources were ignored. This allowed General Grievous to sweep in and attack Humbarine while it was virtually defenseless, and Oicunn's family was killed in the attack. For his own part in the defense of Humbarine, Oicunn found himself transferred to the Home Fleet defending Coruscant itself. Senator Bana Breemu hailed him as a hero, despite the loss of Humbarine to the Separatists. During the first Battle of Coruscant, Oicunn was given command of the Mas Ramdar, and went into battle with the knowledge that he could exact a measure of revenge against Grievous during the fighting. His valor and success in the space battle over Coruscant earned Oicunn further promotion and a place in the newly established navy of the Galactic Empire, commanding one of the warships that protected the construction site of the first Death Star. Oicunn continued to rise through the ranks, eventually earning the rank of Admiral. He also served as a genetic template for some of the stormtroopers of the Imperial army. (SWDB)

Operations Planning Center
this was the central chamber of the new Jedi Temple, erected on Coruscant by the Reconstruction Authority during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Opula Deget
this gold-skinned female was a regular patron of the Galaxies Opera House, during the final months of the Old Republic. (DAG)

Oro Dassyne
this Koorivar served as an Acquisitions Specialist and Special Markets Director for the Corporate Alliance during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. He was known for his drive and skills as a leader, and his ability to take over rival corporations earned him the notice of Passel Argente. Argente later inserted Dassyne into the Corporate Alliance's military branch as a General when the Clone Wars broke out, recognizing good leadership skills and a desire to destroy the opposition. His original posting was on Murkhana, but he complained that there was no action at the remote Corporate Alliance stronghold. He was then assigned to protect Bomis Korri IV, from which he could defend a group of neighboring Mid Rim factory worlds. On Bomis Korri IV, he established what he believed to be an impenetrable fortress, then sat back and waited for the forces of the Grand Army of the Republic to flail against it. He had planned to wait the fighting out, then utterly destroy the Republic's forces. However, he was unprepared for the actions of Anakin Skywalker and his Jedi Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi. Anakin discovered an underground accessway to Dassyne's main power generator, which the Jedi used to infiltrate the compound and set off a series of massive explosions. With the shields around the fortress down, the Jedi led a small contingent of clone troopers into the breach, with supporting fire from warships stationed in orbit. Dassyne's forces were caught unprepared, and were quickly vanquished. Dassyne himseld died in the assault. (SWDB, CWC3)

Orsai
this being served as a Captain in the Lok Revenants, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (JSF)

Orvos
this ancient Nelvaanian served as the shaman of the Rokrul villages, on his homeworld of Nelvaan, during the final decades of the Old Republic. It was Orvos who foresaw that Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi would arrive on Nelvaan to assist the Nelvaanians in removing the Separatists who had arrived on the planet. (SWDB, CWC3)

Outer Rim Quadrant
this was the name given to the Imperial-occupied space around the planet Tatooine. During the Galactic Civil War, the Outer Rim Quadrant allowed Imperial starships to take off and land on Tatooine without having to pass through civilian space. Thus, it was heavily patrolled, and any unauthorized passage through the quadrant was immediately met with resistance. (SWGAL)

Paaerduag
this race of unusual, two-headed beings was native to the planet Sorjus. (KOTOR)

Pall
this man was a small-time smuggler who was an acquaintence of Han Solo's, during the years leading up to the Galactic Civil War. Pall eventually settled down on Tatooine, where he became a middlebeing for smugglers and independent spacers who were looking for work. (SWGAL)

Parjai
this Mandalorian word translated into Basic as "victory." (OWS)

Parjai Squad
this was one division of the Grand Army of the Republic's 2nd Airborne Company. Parjai Squad - named from the Mandalorian word for victory - specialized in high-altitude jumps into enemy territory. (OWS)

Peawp R'Dawc
this female Zabrak worked as an enforcer in the city of Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, for whichever criminal operations paid her more. Just after the Battle of Yavin, she went into business for herself, after she received backing from Mayor Mikdanyell Guh'rantt. (SWGAL)

Pepin
this man served as a navigation officer aboard one of the Lambda-class shuttles that made up Emperor Palpatine's personal fleet of starships, during the early years of the New Order. (SWI85)

Personaphene
this was an advanced form of tissue replacement that was developed during the height of the New Order. (SWGAL)

Pirate Hunter
this was the term used to describe the revised and updated version of the Victory-class Star Destroyer that was employed by the Galactic Alliance to hunt down and defeat the pirates and smugglers that began causing problems after the Qoribu Crisis. These vessels were modified to accept a tractor beam projector that was originally designed to move asteroids, allowing them to lock onto larger targets and immobilize them. (DN2)

Plasrock
this strong, decorative building material combined the natural beauty of stone with strengthening plastic compounds. (DN2)

Plaushe, Kar
this woman was a regular patron of the Outlander Club during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Whenever she went out in public, Plaushe always wore a transparent veil. (DAG)

Plex Soldier
this was the term used to describe any army unit that employed Merr-Sonn's PLX-1 or PLX-2 launching systems. (LAWS)

Potkin, Shadday
this woman was one of the many Jedi Knights who fought in the final battles of the Clone Wars. (DAG)

Power Mound of the Elders
according to legend, this was the site where the leaders of the planet Skako met to decide on how to lead their people. (VIS)

Praji, Onnelly
this young woman was one of the many members of the noted Praji family who left Coruscant for a home at the Emerald Splendor estates on Byss, in the wake of the Clone Wars. (EAR)

Prosperous
this was one of the many droid-controlled cruisers that were assigned to the task force that accompanied General Grievous in his assault on Coruscant, during the final stages of the Clone Wars. During the Battle of Coruscant, the Prosperous was commandeered by Jedi Master Saesee Tiin and a group of survivors from the Impavid. They took control of the cruiser and used it to land the survivors safely on Coruscant, after the Impavid was scuttled. (SWDB)

Puc
this low-bodied, red-skinned amphibian was native to Yavin 4. (SWGAL)

Qoribu Crisis
this was the term used by the Galactic Alliance to describe the events that surrounded the initial expansion of the Colony onto various moons in orbit around the planet Qoribu. Driven by the unconscious influence of the Gorog hive, the Colony began to expand closer to Chiss space, creating friction between their two civilizations and nearly starting a massive war. With the intervention of the new Jedi Order and the acceptance of the Galactic Alliance, the Colony agreed to abandon their hives on the Qoribu moons and relocate to Woteba and other planets that were hidden within the Utetegu Nebula. The Qoribu Crisis was believed to have been resolved when Welk was killed by Jedi Master Luke Skywalker, an event that supposedly marked the end of the Dark Nest. However, about a year later, the Gorog had reasserted their control over the Colony, causing a new set of challenges for the Alliance. (DN2)

Qoribu Truce
this was the name given to the cessation of hostilities between the Colony and the Chiss, after UnuThul and his Killiks tried to expand beyond their previous borders. The truce called for all nests of the Colony to be relocated to planets within the Utegetu Nebula, where they could exist without encroaching on the territories of other races. The Killiks were also forbidden from any further contact with the Chiss, especially after it was discovered that the larvae of the Gorog nest were feeding on Chiss captives. The Chiss declared that the Qoribu Truce had been broken by the Colony about a year later, when fifteen nest ships commanded by UnuThul tried to escape from the Utegetu Nebula. The Gorog nest ship and ten others were captured, but UnuThul's frigate and four nest ships managed to escape. (DN2)

Queen's Drawing Room
this was one of the many chambers in the royal palace of Hapes, which was set aside for the private use of the Queen Mother. Entrance to the chamber was through a single doorway, which was heavily guarded whenever the Queen Mother was present. A secret passageway provided an escape route for the Queen Mother, and its location was only known by the Queen Mother and her predecessors, if they were still alive. (DN2)

Rabad
this man served the navy of the Galactic Alliance aboard the Admiral Ackbar as a tactical communications officer, acting on the orders of General Nek Bwua'tu during the blockade of the Murgo Choke, about a year after the Qoribu Crisis. (DN2)

Radeen, Tori
this woman lived deep within the back alleys of Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the New Order. Despite her humble surroundings, Radeen was known among the bounty hunters and assassins of the galaxy as one of the foremost sources of deadly poisons. (SWGAL)

Raina Quill
this female humanoid served as a commander in the resistance that sprang up to oppose the Imperial occupation of Acherin, in the wake of the Clone Wars. She was a former military officer who served during the Clone Wars, when her government had sided with the Conferedacy of Independent Systems. She was also trained as a medic. After the command was given to execute Order 66, the Acherins found themselves subjugated by the Empire, instead of negotiating a peace treaty with the Old Republic. Raina joined her commanding officer, General Toma, in establishing a resistance to the Imperials. Their efforts brought them into contact with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ferus Olin, who were trying to escape from Inquisitor Malorum. Toma and Raina agreed to help get the former Jedi off Acherin, using Toma's own starship to escape. (LJ2)

Rak'qua
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)

Raltharan
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)

Ray-Ray-0070555-Trill-Jenth-7
this was one of the access codes used by the designers of the Intellex Four droid brain to lock off certain areas of memory, to secure whatever was stored in the astromech's core. This access code worked only once, before it was confusingly altered and became unusable. In this way, portions of secured memory could be accessed only once, unless the user knew and understood the transformation of the access codes. If an access code was incorrectly entered, the file it accessed was destroyed. Whenever three such files were destroyed, the entire memory core was destroyed to prevent further access. Alema Rar provided this code to Luke Skywalker, about a year after the discovery on holographic recordings of Padme' Amidala and her husband, Anakin Skywalker, that were hidden within the memory core of R2-D2. Alema hoped to prove to Luke that she was not lying about her version of the truth behind the death of Daxar Ies, claiming that the code had been provided to her by Eremay Ies. (DN2)

Razor Net
this vicious device was used by cruel bounty hunters to trap their targets. The razor net was formed from strong cording that was studded with small, razor-sharp barbs. When thrown or lowered over a target, the net slowed the target down while inflicting wounds whenever the target moved against the barbs. This cutting action served as a further deterrent to trying to escape. (SWGAL)

Razor Wire
see Slicewire (SWGAL)

Razorback
this large, thick-skinned mammal was native to the planet Tatooine. A porcine creature, the razorback was distinguished by its heavy tusks and the sharp horn that jutted from its lower jaw. (SWGAL)

RC-1013
this was the official designation of the clone commando known as Sarge. (OWS)

Reciprocating Quad Blaster
known as a Cip-Quad, this unusual weapon was developed for the Grand Army of the Republic by Merr-Sonn, during the height of the Clone Wars. Designed to be an anti-personnel weapon, the Cip-Quad was worn in a special harness that fitted over the chest of a clone trooper, with the dedicated power pack attached to the back. Each barrel of the weapon was fitted with a pair of emitter nozzles, providing double-barreled fire from each round. The individual weapons could be fired on at a time, in pairs, or in a rotating pattern defined by the clone trooper. In this way, the weapon's output could be regulated, depending on the situation. The Cip-Quad was cooled by a dedicated liquid-cooling system, and targetting of the weapon was accomplished by a special heads-up display coupling the fed directly into the clone trooper's helmet. The power of the Cip-Quad was incredible, with a single weapon being capable of taking out an MTT transport with the right application of firepower. (SWDB, CWC3)

Red Bush Grove
this was one of the many Ewok villages found on the Forest Moon of Endor, during the years leading up to the Battle of Endor. Unfortunately, the entire village was destroyed when a lightning strike set off a massive forest fire. The only survivors of the fire were two brothers, Leektar and Keoulkeech. Leektar believed that he had been the cause of the fire, since he had been praying to the Leaf Queen for more importance in the village. (SWDB)

Regulgo
this remote planet was the site of an attack on Han Solo by a fanatical group of Kamarians, whose actions stemmed from his display of Varn, World of Water and its subsequent replacement during the early years of Han's smuggling career. The attack on his life left Han with a deep-seated fear of insects and insectile races, a fear that was rekindled during the Qoribu Crisis. (DN2)

Reimos
this man worked for the White Thranta shipping operation in Mos Eisley, on the planet Taooine, during the years following the Battle of Yavin. It was later revealed that Reimos was a spy who had infiltrated the White Thranta operation in order to gather intelligence against Jabba the Hutt. (SWGAL)

Remmer
this small, reptilian scavenger was native to the Forest Moon of Endor. (SWGAL)

Reo
this man served as a Lieutenant Commander in the engineering corps of the Galactic Alliance's military, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Reo 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)

Reprisal
this was one of the many Imperial-class Star Destroyers that formed the Imperial Navy during the months following the Battle of Yavin. Darth Vader, after returning to Imperial service, took command of the Reprisal during his search for the new Alliance base. The ship was commanded by Navy Commander Demmings during this time. (SWEMO)

Republic Protector
this was the term used to describe any soldier or military officer who was assigned to protect a Senator or other Old Republic government official. (LFCW)

Rescue One
this was the callsign used by Kyp Durron, when he took a squadron of X-Wing fighters into the Murgo Choke to locate and rescue Luke Skywalker and Han Solo from Woteba, about a year after the Qoribu Crisis. (DN2)

Ret
this heavy-bodied race of humanoids was native to the planet Gelefil. Distinguished by their reptilian features and smooth skin, the Ret were peaceful race of beings who led long lives. Their society was shattered some 322 years before the Battle of Yavin, when the Annoo-dat conquered the planet Gelefil, taking control of the planet. The peaceful Ret eventually adopted much of the Annoo-dat society into their own, and the two races merged into a single society. After many decades of peace, the planet Gelefil was renamed Annoo, in honor of the original homeworld of the Annoo-dat. The Ret came to refer to themselves as Annoo-dat as well, forcing xenobiologists to designate them as the Annoo-dat Blue, in order to avoid confusion with the lizard-like Annoo-dat Prime. (DCAR, DM111)

Reyna, Adria
this woman served as the Imperial Governor of Ord Vaxal, during the height of the Galactic Civil War, although she left most of the planet's operations to Sassallo the Hutt. (DM106)

Riddick, Dren
this man served as the shipping manager at the White Thranta shipping center on Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A former Imperial geneticist, Riddick turned traitor and decided that the best place to hide from the Empire would be somewhere in the Outer Rim. Unfortunately, he was discovered near Mos Eisley by one of the Imperial spies he had worked on during his career. This spy, a human who had been altered to look like a Twi'lek, wasted no time in killing Riddick for his treachery to the Empire. (SWGAL)

Rikummee
this young Wookiee was the son of King Grakchawwaa, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. While Grakchawwaa was in negotiations with the Trade Federation, Rikummee was killed in battle by General Grievous. Rikummee's death led his father to declare war on the Trade Federation and side with the Old Republic. (VIS)

Risp
this creature was native to the rainforests of Ord Vaxal. (DM106)

Riwwel
this man served as one of the first Admirals in the Imperial Navy, during the early months of the New Order. He was dispatched to ensure the cooperation of the planet Acherin, in the wake of the Clone Wars. When General Toma and his rebels fought for their freedom, Riwwel was loathe to accept their surrender when the rebels were defeated. Instead, Riwwel ordered the orbital bombardment of the city of Eluthan, reducing the treasured city to rubble in an effort to break the will of the Acherins. (LJ2)

Rockbeetle
this vicious insect was native to the planet Tatooine. (SWGAL)

Rokrul
this was considered to be the closest thing to a city found on the planet Nelvaan. Rokrul was little more than a loose affiliation of Nelvaanian tribes, who banded together for mutual protection and asistance. During the Clone Wars, the Rokrul villages were plunged into a perpetual winter when the Confederacy of Independent Systems established a secret outpost on Nelvaan. The facility drew intense amounts of geothermal power from the planet's core, power that normally would have provided warmth to the Rokrul area. The facility was eventually destroyed by Anakin Skywalker, but the Rokrul area took decades to recover. (SWDB)

Ronto-class Transport
this Damorian Manufacturing transport vessel was considered to be the slowest, ugliest, and least efficient transport model in the galaxy, during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Roorrrwiir
this Wookiee was part of a small gang led by Meelo that operated on Cularin during the final years of the Old Republic. Because of this, he was considered the "founder" of the so-called Wookiee Liberation Front, or WOLF for short. Despite his strength, Roorrrwiir was a jumpy individual, and often reacted without any forethought to the smallest of distractions. Thus often led to nearly-disasterous results, and the formation of the Wookiee Liberation Front was a perfect example. When one of their members was captured and imprisoned by the Metatheran Cartel, Meelo led her inept comrades in a daring escape, which was bungled almost from the start. Roorrr had been given piloting duties for their speeder, despite the fact that he didn't know how to drive, and ended up crashed their speeder into the front window of the Metatheran Cartel's primary facility in Gadrin. In the resulting chaos, Meelo managed to rescue her friend, but the Jawa known as Keth-Keth decided that they needed to cover their escape. Screaming "Free Kashyyyk" as loud as his vocoder would project, Keth-Keth lobbed grenades at police vehicles while calling for people to rally around the Wookiee Liberation Front. Although it was a simple ruse, the Wookiee Liberation Front received a lot of press in the local holonewscasts, and eventually became a legitimate organization that funneled credits and supplies to help the Wookiees of Kashyyyk in their attempt to ousted the Separatist forces that were trying to take control of their homeworld. (LFCW)

Roshuir
this man served as a Captain at the Imperial labor colony on Kalist VI, during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War. He was known as a no-nonsense officer who demanded the best from his subordinates. (SWEWW)

Rowrakruk
this was one of the many Wookiee settlements found in the Wawaatt Archipelago, on the planet Kashyyyk. (SWDB)

Royal Families of Kashyyyk
this was the Basic translation of the name given to the group of Wookiee leaders who ruled the planet Kashyyyk, during the final decades of the Old Republic. (VIS)

Ruby Nebula
this area of dense gas, noted for the way it glowed with a deep, reddish light, was located near the boundaries of the Karthakk System. (JSF)

Rune
this was the alias used by one of two Almas Academy Jedi - the other was simply known as Nute - who approached Yara Grugara about doing an interview on the current state of the galaxy, in the wake of the Clone Wars and the formation of the first Galactic Empire. The two Jedi, under visual and audio anonymity, tried to explain why the balance of the Force had been upset by the rise to power of Emperor Palpatine. Rune's position was that the Jedi Order may have brought about its own destruction by refusing to acknowledge that the Force had a Light Side and a Dark Side. By teaching Padawans only about the Light Side, the Jedi created an artificial imbalance in the Force. Rune became upset when Nute tried to deflect this line of reasoning as unnecessarily fatalistic, especially when Yara questioned whether or not the Jedi should have taught their students more about the Sith. When Rune agreed with this statement, Nute boisterously disagreed, which further raised Rune's emotions. Nute then tried to explain that the Jedi were only concerned with doing was was right, and Rune's emotional control broke. He drew on power from the Dark Side of the Force and tried to strangle Nute, and Yara was powerless to intervene. The broadcast ended with Rune screaming at Nute about balance, as Nute struggled to draw a breath. (LFCW)

Rurgavean Sleight
this was the name of an obscure military tactic in which a party appeared to be helpful to one side of the conflict, but was actually pretending in order to allow a hidden agent to infiltrate and cause damage. (DN2)

Ruweln
this was one of the many Bothan colony worlds. (DN2)

Sabaoth Squadron
this band of mercenaries and hired killers, noted for their exclusive use of Sabaoth starfighters, was led by Cavik Toth during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (JSF)

Sailfish
this was a form of transport vessel that was produced by the Mon Calamari shipyards during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Salla
this female Jenet served as Cal Omas' chief aide during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Sancor
this diminutive being was one of the first Imperial Inquisitors, serving Emperor Palpatine during the months following the Clone Wars. Much of his small body was hidden underneath a heavy cloak, although his triple-jointed fingers were often seen when he was accessing a computer terminal. When he spoke, Sancor revealed a mouth full of small, sharp teeth. Sancor was dispatched to Polis Massa after Inquisitor Malorum discovered a connection between the Jedi Order and the asteroid base. An expert of records security, Sancor was sent to Polis Massa to dig through the base's medical records, in an effort to locate anomalies that would provide proof of Padme's Amidala's presence on the asteroid following the formation of the Empire. When he discovered that Maneeli Tuun and Obi-Wan Kenobi were on Polis Massa, disguised as medical and personnel, he tried to apprehend them. During the fight, however, Obi-Wan managed to use the Force to push Sancor off a platform. The Inquisitor fell to his death, landing on a cart covered with medical instruments. (LJ2)

Sankaran
this aging Imperial Captain served as the chief gunnery officer aboard the Reprisal, serving under Commander Demmings and Darth Vader himself during the months following the Battle of Yavin. (SWEMO)

Sassallo
a member of the Besadii kajidic, this Hutt crimelord was ostensibly the ruler of Ord Vaxal, although the planet was under the control of Imperial Moff Adria Reyna during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (DM106)

Scald Vine
these unusual vines exuded a form of corrosive acid as a defense mechanism. When a creature or being brushed against the vine itself, the dripping acid burned through fur, flesh, and cloth, causing intense pain. (SWEMO)

Scimitar of Kelso
this AA-9 freighter made a regular run between Coruscant and Nar Shaddaa, during the early years of the New Order. Ch'ord Sy'fon claimed that he could get Sagoro Autem aboard the ship and off Coruscant, shortly after Autem was targetted for arrest by the Empire. Instead, Sy'fon sold the information to Darth Vader and the bounty hunters he had hired to capture Autem. (RL)

Seamweld
this exceptionally strong adhesive had many uses, from plugging gaps between metal plates to serving as mortar in building walls. (DN2)

Second Mistake Enterprises
this small transport operation was established by the Squibs Sligh, Grees, and Emala in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. They were the first company to take a contract from the Colony to transport spinglass scultures of the Millennium Falcon and the X-Wing fighter used by Luke Skywalker during the Battle of Yavin to the rest of the galaxy. Unknown to the Squibs, the scultures contained scores of Gorog assassin bugs, bred for their small size and voracious appetites. The transport ships hired by the Squibs also carried stolen Tibanna gas and hyperdrive components into the Utegetu Nebula, where the Gorog hoped to build starships of their own to reach the rest of the galaxy. (DN2)

Serissu
this apparently human woman, distinguished by the violet veil she always wore over her lower face, was one of the primary dealers of starships found on Tansarii Point Station, during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (SWGAL)

Servocutter
this tool used a collection of tiny servomotors to drive a cutting blade, allowing the user to make accurate cuts in tight or hard-to-reach spaces. The cutting blade itself was a replaceable laser-cutting disc, which spun around in place. This eliminated the need for a sawing motion in order to create a cut. (LJ2)

Severian
this vicious, Shistavanen bounty hunter was part of the group hired by Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader to hunt down Sagoro Autem, during the months following the Clone Wars. Severian was able to locate Autem at the same time as the Dug hunter Tartuta, but rather than capturing Autem, the pair fought amongst themselves. Tartuta managed to sever Severian's right hand in their struggle, and Severian was forced to retreat and get medical attention. With his arm bandaged, Severian confronted Autem in the underworld of Coruscant. However, the former Senate Guard was more than a match for the Shistavenan, and eventually stabbed Severian in the chest with a short sword. (RL)

SFOR
this blaster carbine was produced during the last years of the Old Republic, and was used by specialized troops of the Grand Army of the Republic. (SWGAL)

Sha
this Mandalorian word meant "at." It could also be shal when used in front of a consonant for easier pronunciation. (OWS)

Shadowpaw
this was a form of spice that was created during the height of the New Order. It was popular among smugglers. (SWGAL)

Shal
this was another form of the Mandalorian word sha. (OWS)

Sher Kar
this species of massive, scorpion-like creatures was native to the planet Mustafar, where it made its home beneath the tulrus nesting grounds. This allowed the sher kar to easily locate its favored prey. Mustafarian legends claimed that no one who entered a sher karís lair returned alive. (SWGAL)

Sheyvan
this weapons expert served as one of the first Emperor's Hands, training the clones of Sa Cuis for Emperor Palpatine during the early years of the New Order. Although he favored the vibroblade, Sheyvan was equally skilled in the use of a lightsaber. Like many of Palpatine's Hands, Sheyvan believed he was the only being directly serving the Emperor, and he was angry and suspicious when he discovered that there were many other Hands scattered across the galaxy. Sheyvan's anger and frustration were only compounded when he learned that another on of the Emperor's Hands was Sa Cuis, a man he had admired. During the flight that transported Palpatine's clones of Sa Cuis back to Coruscant, Sheyvan managed to lead the Cuis clones in a revolt against their master. When Darth Vader confronted Sheyvan about his treachery, Sheyvan railed against the Emperor, demanding that his loyalty to the Empire deserved better than the lies Palpatine had used to control him. After the Dark Lord managed to defeat or destroy the six Cuis clones, Vader sliced Sheyvan from shoulder to hip after a brief struggle, ending the revolt and snuffing out the life of another Emperor's Hand. In the aftermath of the failed rebellion, Vader realized that it had all been a test of the clones of Erv Lekauf, and that Sheyvan's death had been only one among the trillions Palpatine had caused in his lust for power. (SWI85)

Shola
the surface of this planet was dotted with large flows of lava, which were continually moving and forming new land masses. The abundance of free-flowing lava dumped large amounts of toxic fumes into the air, forcing any being who walked on the surface to wear a breath mask or other form of protection. (LAWS)

Sidewa
this female Rodian was a frequent patron of Dex's Diner, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. She was often seen in the company of her friend, Honka. (OWS)

Signos, Dunir
this small-time criminal served as a liaison between a number of smugglers and their contacts in Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWGAL)

Siltcrawler
this burrowing creature lived in huge colonies beneath the surface of the planet Nelvaan. They preferred to establish their colonies within the root system of large trees, which offered them easy access to nutrients as well as protection. However, siltcrawlers were the favored prey of the horax, which used the large horns on its snout to unroot trees and expose the colony. A single horax could consume an entire siltcrawler colony in a single meal. (SWDB)

Simms
this woman was one of the many Jedi Masters who served as Generals in the Grand Army of the Republic during the Clone Wars. She and her Padawan, Noirah Na, accompanied Jedi Master Kai Hudorra to Toola, to secure the Republic's position on the planet. However, when the command to execute Order 66 was given, Master Simms sacrificed her life so that the other Jedi could escape. (RIU)

Siphoning Balloon
this form of gas-collection system was used by Tibanna tappers and other thieves to illegally acquire spin-sealed Tibanna gas and other processes atmospherics. Each balloon was equipped with a small but powerful pump, which could extract the gas from a processing facility. Individual balloons could be tethered together from a distance, allowing the thieves to obtain the gas without being noticed. This was especially true on cloud-covered gas giants like Bespin, where atmospheric conditions often led to minimal visibility. (DN2)

Sithrin, Kli
this small-time criminal was killed in Mos Taike, on the planet Tatooine, during the months following the Battle of Yavin. (SWGAL)

Six Rocks
this collection of six vertical rocks was located in the deserts of Tatooine. (SWGAL)

Skalworm
this was a species of burrowing worm that was native to the planet Bothawui. (DN2)

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

Snowfeather Bird
this white-plumed bird was native to the planet Ilum. (LJ2)

Sonismoother
this was a specialized device that used sound waves to smooth out fabrics. (DN2)

Sorjus
this planet was the homeworld of the Paaerduag race. (KOTOR)

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

SpaceBantha
this boxy, Damorian Manufacturing freighter design was produced during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN2)

Spin
this was the term used to describe the raw form of spinglass, when it was exuded from the bodies of the spinning insects of the Saras hive of the Colony. (DN2)

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