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this was the plural form of the noun used to describe a group of Ssi-ruu. (TB)

this adjective was used to describe things associated with the Ssi-ruuk. (TB)

this was the natural language used by the Ssi-ruuk. It consisted of a variety of melodic clicks and whistles, which gave rise to their nickname of Fluties. (EGP, UANT)

Ssi-ruuvi Imperium
the Ssi-ruuk government and all its holdings, the Imperium was led by the Shreeftut. The Imperium was all but eliminated many years before the Battle of Yavin, when the aliens made the mistake of stumbling into Chiss-controlled space. The Chiss, angry that the Ssi-ruuk had dared to attack their colonies, struck back with incredible swiftness. Only the quick flight of the Imperium's core leaders maintained its existence. During the height of the New Order, Emperor Palpatine began negotiating with the Imperium for the use of their entechment technology, but their plans fell through with the New Republic's victory at the Battles of Endor and Bakura. Just prior to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, it was reported that the Ssi-ruuvi Imperium had been overthrown by the P'w'eck Emancipation Movement. In fact, the Imperium had been destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong, as part of their effort to gain a foothold in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy. (TB, TBSB, ANT, FH2)

this shaman was a member of the starfaring species which discovered the planet Kriekaal, millennia before the Battle of Yavin. Legends maintained by the Krieks say that Ssiskor angered Br'lai, the goddess of the molten oceans, and she made the oceans rise up and swallow the visitors. (SWJ13)

a reptiloid race native to the planetoid Jatee, the Ssither had the body of a snake with a scaled, humanoid torso. They resembled cobras with arms, and had a limited form of telepathy that they use to communicate with each other. They were a simple species whose past was marked with bloody warfare. Much of the New Republic's information regarding the Ssither had been investigated and reported by Doctor Soron Hegerty. (SN, FH3)

Ssk Kahorr
this ancient Cha'a was one of the major investors in the mining colony on Goluud Minor. A tall, stocky, orange-skinned reptiloid, Ssk Kahorr was rarely without the companionship of Tk'lokk. When the Goluud Corridor was discovered and proposed to him by the Navigator's Guild, Ssk Kahorr took the chance that it would help him increase profits by making hyperspace travel to and from the mining colony faster. When the Zeta Five was destroyed near Primus Goluud, Ssk Kahorr had Shodon Ko - the Navigator's Guild representative who sold him the Goluud Corridor - executed. Ssk Kahorr also set a group of bounty hunters on the trail of Jori and Gav Daragon. Only the timely intervention of a group of Jedi Knights saved them. However, Ssk Kahorr was able to briefly obtain possession of the Starbreaker 12. During a joyride, the ship was targetted by Naga Sadow, who was on his way to meet the combined forces of the Jedi Knights and the Old Republic. The Starbreaker 12 was destroyed, and Ssk Kahorr was killed. (GAS, FOSE)

this Selkath worked as a bartender in Ahto City, on his homeworld of Manaan, some 4,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. (KOTOR)

this was one of the more common names used by Trandoshan hunters. Like most Trandoshan names, it was reserved for males, but could be adopted by those rare females who became hunters. In the Trandoshan language, the name meant "moves stealthily". (GCG)

this Trandoshan boasted to C-3PO and R2-D2 that he was the only Trandoshan ever to defeat Chewbacca in a fight. As a slaver, Ssoh trafficked in Wookiees, selling them to Commander Nyklas and the Empire. He maintained his ship in such a way that rival Wookiee clans were placed in the same space, thereby ensuring that they would fight each other, rather than try to escape. After capturing Chewbacca with the help of Tojjevvuk's clan, Ssoh didn't think anything more than to place him in the hold. However, Chewbacca questioned the value of the infighting among the Wookiees, then staged a daring escape. Chewbacca sought out Ssoh and ripped his limbs off, but the Trandoshan survived. However, the physical effort of regenerating his limbs left him weak, and the limbs grew back thin and atrophied. (C)

this was one of the more common names used by Trandoshan hunters. Like most Trandoshan names, it was reserved for males, but could be adopted by those rare females who became hunters. In the Trandoshan language, the name meant "claws like razors". (GCG)

this Trandoshan mercenary was active during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. He traveled the galaxy in his starship, the Long Scale, and was known to play the kloo horn in many different styles. He was generally regarded as an uninspiring individual, and fancied himself a better being than he actually was. Ssorku was, despite his tough exterior, a music lover, and could discuss and play virtually any popular form of music. He had many contacts in the world of intergalactic music, including the concert promoter Sheffel Nen. When Ssorku was hired to acquire the plans to Nessem Shipyards' quadronomic fluxer, Ssorku traveled to Nessem and was delighted to find that Sheffel Nen had hired several popular and emerging musical acts. However, when the plans for the fluxer were stolen before they could be auctioned off, Ssorku was considered a prime suspect. Unfortunately for Ssorku, he actually had stolen the plans, and kept them hidden in his kloo horn case. Ssorku was apprehended at the Starbirth Lounge by a team of Alliance agents, and he was forced to turn over the plans to them. (WOA12)

this 4,000-year-old Galidyn from the planet Fyodos is the oldest, strongest, and wisest of his kind on the planet. He rules the Galidyn city closest to the Roh tribe of Fyodoi. Ssseeeeseetek is old enough to have seen the devastation caused by the Great Cleansing. (PG2)

this feline humanoid served as Captain Drezzel's chief aide at the Imperial base on Seoul 5, during the months leading up to the Battle of Endor. Ssssk! was a member of a telepathic species which could harm another individual with a telepathic assault that could leave the victim's mind a useless blob of thought. Ssssk! was defeated in combat by Han Solo on Seoul 5, when Han used an ancient Seoulian crystal to deflect the mental attack back at Ssssk!. It was unknown whether Ssssk! escaped the destruction of the Seoulian control center or not. (MC84)

this 23.2-meter-long transit shuttle was developed by Republic Sienar Systems during the last decades of the Old Republic. It required only a pilot to operate, and could accommodate up to eighteen passengers and a metric ton of cargo. Because the SST-67 was designed for intra-orbital transport of beings and cargo from the ground to positions in orbit, it lacked a hyperdrive, shields, and weapons systems. The controls of the SST-67 were taken from the discarded plans for a freighter design, and were simple to understand. Access systems were available both from internal and external consoles, allowing for easy maintenance. (GMR1)

this two-armed alien race has hands which end in sharp claws. (TNR)

this was a common name among members of the Trandoshan race. (WOTC, UANT)

a species of creature native to the planet Dathomir. (CTD)

this Trandoshan pirate was the leader of the Nebulon Rangers, during the early years of the New Order. (SOG)

this Trandoshan bounty hunter was active during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SWRPG)

see Nebulon-S Swoop Racer (IWST)

this member of Leia Organa-Solo's honor guard was killed by the Death Seed plague unleashed by Seti Ashgad and Dzym. He graduated from the New Republic Space Academy. (POT)

ST 321
designation of Darth Vader's personal Lambda-class shuttle. (ROTJ)

this mixicologist droid was once an Imperial medical droid which served Emperor Palpatine on Coruscant. Shortly before the space station Zirtran's Anchor disappeared in the Besberra System, ST0-48 appeared on the station in the employ of Chabak, mixing drinks at Chaba's. After the station reappeared in the Phosphura Belt Nebula, ST0-48 began to speak in gibberish about "endless rows of medical tanks" and other strange things, and many aboard the station believed that some portion of ST0-48's memory had returned to him (SWJ5)

this was the identification number of one of the Desert Sands stormtroopers stationed in Mos Eisley, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. He was a member of the dewback patrol, and was also known as a frequent gambler. (JKG)

this was the designation of Arakyd's concussion missile system. The ST2 missile was a rocket-shaped warhead that was as powerful as a standard proton torpedo. (EGW)

this was the callsign of one of the Imperial stormtroopers dispatched to locate Leia Organa Solo and her husband, Han Solo, on the planet Tatooine, during the hunt for the moss-painting Killik Twilight some four years after the Battle of Endor. ST-297 was one of the many troopers who fell for the Solos' story that Leia was Commander Quenton's son. When Leia dropped her electrobinoculars, ST-297 rushed to recover them. He claimed to be one of Quenton's admirers, and Leia played to that by ensuring Quenton would hear of his assistance. In reality, ST-297 had been dispatched by ST-347 to entrap the Solos, and the electrobinoculars he returned to them were wired with a communications bug. In this way, ST-297 helped expose the Solos' deception. (TG)

this is the designation of an advanced Carbanti targetting computer. (EGV)

this was the callsign of one of the Imperial stormtroopers dispatched to locate Leia Organa Solo and her husband, Han Solo, on the planet Tatooine, during the hunt for the moss-painting Killik Twilight some four years after the Battle of Endor. ST-347 actually intercepted the Solos, but was momentarily thrown off by the fact that both were wearing stormtrooper armor, and claimed to be related to Commander Quenton himself. (TG)

this was the identification callsign of one of the Empire's Desert Sands stormtroopers stationed on Tatooine during the search for R2-D2 and C-3PO. (JKG)

this was the callsign of one of the Imperial stormtroopers dispatched to locate Leia Organa Solo and her husband, Han Solo, on the planet Tatooine, during the hunt for the moss-painting Killik Twilight some four years after the Battle of Endor. (TG)

this was the callsign of one of the Imperial stormtroopers dispatched to locate Leia Organa Solo and her husband, Han Solo, on the planet Tatooine, during the hunt for the moss-painting Killik Twilight some four years after the Battle of Endor. (TG)

this stun pistol was produced by BlasTech during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

Staad Armor
developed by Castaan Armory, this form of protective armor was designed for the Twi'leki race. (GUN)

this Bothan crime boss established a base of operations on Kidron just before the advent of the New Order. He had just reached adulthood, and found that the life of crime suited him better than politics. He made his fortune dealing with off-world interests, and was known within the High City of Refuge as a dealmaker rather than an "antenna-breaker." (PG3)

this computer slicer was active during the early years of the New Republic, working from a base on Corulag. (GUN)

Stabilizer Gauntlet
developed during the era of the Great Sith War, these stiff gauntlets were formed to prevent the wearer from taking sudden or improper actions when handling volatile materials. These gauntlets were designed to minimize the movement of the wearer, moreso than to protect them against a blast. (KOTOR)

Stabilizer Mask
developed during the era of the Great Sith War, this electrified mask created a barrier for the user's mental activity. By emitting micro-bursts of electricity, the stabilizer mask regulated the mental processes of the user, enhancing the mind's ability to resist telepathich intrusion. These masks were found in great quantities during the Sith War, as beings feared being "possessed" by a Sith warrior. (KOTOR)

this was the term used by the human population that lived along the Sea of Jarad, on the planet Tralus, to describe the harpooners who hunted styanax for a living. (CCW)

this Alliance agent was the commander of the cell which contained Rixen and Vewin. Stabris also discovered that agent Do'naal was also working for the Empire, and made sure his agents knew about Do'naal's treachery. (SESB)

Stacch isch stralsi?
this question is Illodian for 'Can you speak this language?' (TT)

this was a race of tall, thin-limbed humanoids. (VD)

Stachrini, Eizzam
this man was the Director of the Priole Danna Festival, on Lamuir IV, during the years prior to the Clone Wars. As planets began to secede from the Republic and Separatist terrorist attacks became more prevalent, Stachrini was forced to cancel the Festival in order to maintain its safety and security. (HNN4, HNN5)

Stack, The
this vine-covered building served as the base of operations for the Freedom movement on Bakura, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Structurally, the Stack was quite sound, but much of it was rebuilt to accommodate the needs of Freedom. When their location was discovered, after a Malinza Thanas was allowed to escape from jail with a homing beacon attached to her clothing, the Stack was destroyed in an explosion which killed their pursuers and allowed the members of Freedom to escape. (FH2)

Stacked Deck
this converted Nebulon-B frigate served as the base of operations for the Crimson Aces, during the Galactic Civil War. (GMR9)

Stack-series Radiator
this piece of equipment was a necessary part of a pod racer, since the radiator bled off huge amounts of engine waste-heat during high speeds. The Stack-series is denoted by several models, each with a different number of rows of cooling capacity and efficiency. They range in size from a Stack-1 radiator, with limited heat dispersion capability, to a Stack-6 radiator, which is the most efficeint radiator. (RAC)

Sta-Den Eekin
this Klatooinan Jedi Master was known for his skill for clouding the mind of large numbers of other beings, a skill which helped him quell mobs and forestall riots. As a participant in the Battle of Geonosis, however, this skill proved of little use to Master Eekin against the droid armies of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. (IWE2)

Staff of Power
this was the bone and feather staff carried by Logray, during his tenure as the shaman of the Bright Tree Village of Ewoks. (VD)

Staffa, Raccyx
this heavy-set man was the planetary governor of Berchest, when Grand Admiral Thrawn rose to power four years after the Battle of Endor. He was unusual as an Imperial governor in that he was at one time a successful smuggler. After his retirement, he took his riches and started dabbling in politics. He retired to Berchest, and soon blackmailed the existing governor into stepping down and naming Staffa as his replacement. Staffa then implemented a regime in which he allowed smugglers to make their runs through Berchest, obtaining "informal taxes" which served to line his own coffers. The remnants of the Empire knew of his actions, but allowed him to continue in order to maintain the informational avenues the smugglers provided them. Staffa was ostensibly loyal to Thrawn, although many suspected that he merely paid lip-service to the Imperials. Staffa maintained many of his former smuggling contacts, including an ongoing relationship with Talon Karrde, to help supply many of the niceties he couldn't obtain through legitimate channels. He tried to keep this relationship a secret, but his chief aid, Fingal, managed to discover it and relay information back to Thrawn. (TLC, TTSB)

a large, green-colored herd animal native to Ambria, they have shaggy tufts of fur at their shoulders, on an otherwise reptilian body. They have low-slung horns that ring their heads, and thick tails. A population of staga was exported to the planet Taanab, and was raised as a source of food. (TOJ, EGP)

Staganac, Regul
this man worked at the Tallaan Shipyards Orbital Repair Depot, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. He was also an Alliance operative. (TSIA)

Stage Three Torpedo
this warhead was the size of a proton torpedo, but contained trac-reflective particles that break up a tractor beam's strength. (SOP)

this ancient Quarren surname meant "police warden". Like many Quarren surnames, it could be traced back to the time of the Battle of Ruusan. (GCG)

this song, written and played by the band Starburst, first appeared on a compilation of the same name. (GG9)

Stalgasin Hive
this colony of Geonosians was ruled by Archduke Poggle the Lesser during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis, after his rebellion against Hadiss the Vaulted was secretly funded by Darth Sidious. The Stalgasin colony produced immense hordes of battle droids for Count Dooku and the Separatists in one of the few factories which remained active during the last centuries of the Old Republic. The factory used a huge superlaser - based on the same design principles as the primary weapon of the first Death Star - to melt ores and raw materials, and its entire operation was controlled and performed by droids and advanced automation. Hidden deep within the Hive was an immense war chamber, equipped with sophisticated equipment that allowed the Separatists to monitor every aspect of the Battle of Geonosis, and provided them with enough leadtime that they could anticipate their defeat and put evacuation plans into place. In the wake of the Battle of Geonosis, the Stalgasin Hive remained a viable droid production facility, and survived the tumult of the Clone Wars and the upheaval of the so-called Jedi Rebellion to produce technologies for the Imperial Department of Military Research. (VD2, SWI66, IWE2, GORW)

this man was a Lieutenant with the armed forces of the Imperial Remnant, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. When Luke Skywalker arrived at the Battle of Bastion and earned the respect of the Imperial leaders, Stalgis was assigned as a liaison to Skywalker's team, which was searching for the planet Zonama Sekot. (FH2)

Stalimur Pirates
this notorious pirate gang was active during the height of the New Order. (SWJ10)

this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was assigned to the Death Squadron fleet serving Darth Vader, subjugating Outer Rim worlds during his search for Alliance bases. Under the command of Akal Zed, it was the ship which launched the Viper probe droid which discovered Echo Base on Hoth. It later was part of the fleet assigned to Moff Andal to patrol Elrood Sector. (CCG3, OE)

Stalker Battle Armor
created by the Salus Corporation, Stalker Battle Armor was individually manufactured for Rodian bounty hunters. (SWJ3)

Stalker Besiioth
this genetically-altered subspecies of Tedellian besiioth was designed to have an enhanced sense of smell, as well as enhanced musculature and stamina. They were sold on the black market to crimelords and others who needed an extra measure of protection. (COG)

Stalker Lizard
this flat-bodied reptile was native to Dantooine. Its purplish-blue scales evolved to match the coloration of the grasses which filled the plains of the planet, allowing it to stalk its prey with great efficiency. Like many reptilian creatures, stalker lizards hunted for their favorite prey , nettars, in the early morning and early evening, avoiding the heat of the day. The average stalker lizard measured more than three meters in length, and moved swiftly across the grasslands on four long legs. The hunt in packs, relying on surprise to bring down their prey. (COG)

Stalker Missile
developed during the Galactic Civil War, this form of projectile used an inboard tracking system to acquire its target. Unlike conventional "smart" missiles, though, the stalker missile could reacquire a target which evaded it. It could keep trying to hit its target until it ran out of fuel. (HAS)

this small-time mercenary outfit was employed by Gennan Var in an effort to capture Nawnum the Hutt during the Galactic Civil War. (IA)

Stalking Moon
this Yuuzhan Vong yorik-stronha scoutship was the first ship sent into the Yag'Dhul System, as part of Nom Anor's plans to subjugate the Givin and use their system as a staging area for a portion of the Yuuzhan Vong fleet. The Stalking Moon was infiltrated by Corran Horn, Anakin Solo, and Tahiri Veila, during their escape from a small Yuuzhan Vong fleet. The ship had been equipped with a biological cloaking device, and was designed to drop into the Yag'Dhul system and scan for New Republic warships in the area. Tahiri was able to communicate with the ship and pilot it toward the Yag'Dhul space station, where the three Jedi were able to reach the Givin commanders and warn them of the impending invasion. (EVR, NJOSB)

Stalking Onsonker
this large, dog-like reptile was supposedly found on a remote world. Its vicious nature meant that it could rarely be exported, and only then if the handler was adept at controlling wild creatures. The onsonker's hide was a mottled purple color, and it had a series of fleshy tendrils running the length of its spine. Three heavy ear-like stalks contained the onsonker's ocular organs. Its huge head was dominated by a toothy maw, and its four legs were studded with three heavy claws. Stalking onsonkers reproduced by generating unusual seeds, much like a plant, which the onsonker placed inside a living host. The seeds then attached themselves to the stomach of the host, and fed on the nutrients they could absorb. Eventually, the infant onsonkers grew large enough to burst from their host, which they greedily consumed as their first meal. (TDV)

this maniacal Riorian was an anomaly of his kind. He would rather settle an argument with a vibroaxe than with calm reasoning. He spent much of his criminal career in the Tendo System, where he managed to elude capture. (WBC)

this legendary Wookiee Elder rescued the young warrior Urothko from the fire-spirit known as a Graaa'shad. The spirit brought Urothko deep down into the forest, and prepared to kill him. Luckily for Urothko, Stalpaac intervened. Stalpaac shot the spirit with a bowcaster quarrel, then the two Wookiees launched an attack on the spirirt. Graaa'shad quickly retreated and fled, screaming that one day it would get revenge. In the aftermath of the battle, Urothko pledged his life to Stalpaac, since the older Wookiee had risked his own life to save him. The story of Urothko's rescue quickly spread to other villages, and the tradition of the Wookiee life-debt was created. (TTSB)

Stalsinek IV
this planet was rumored to be the site of an ancient temple that contained a maysterious fountain. The waters of the fountain were said to cure any disease and heal the more greivous of wounds instantly. However, if the being who drinks from the fountain ever knowingly speaks a falsehood, the effects of the water are immediately revoked. The temple is surrounded by virtually impassable jungle, and it is guarded by a native population of beastly creatures whose friendly nature is only discovered by those who stop to ask. (GMS)

a Victory-class Star Destroyer commanded by Vice Admiral Thrawn, as part of his service to the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. The Stalwart was used to patrol the Newland System. (TIE)

this Majestic-class assault carrier was part of the New Republic's Fifth Battle Group, and participated in the initial blockade of the planet Doornik-319 during the Yevethan Purge. (SOL)

this Nebulon-B escort frigate was part of the small Imperial fleet assigned to Captain Vocis Kenit during his search for the Far Orbit. (FOP)

this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was the flagship of the fleet which was under the command of Moff Kurlen Flennic, protecting the planet Yaga Minor during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. After Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon returned from the Battle of Bastion alive and well, he retained the Stalwart as his own flagship, refusing to let Moff Flennic use it in a possible coup attempt. Pellaeon then sent the Stalwart to Borosk to lead the defense of the Imperial forces there against the Yuuzhan Vong. As part of Pellaeon's plans, the Stalwart was to take a moderate amount of damage and draw the Yuuzhan Vong forces in closer to the planet. Once the aliens were in position, the Defiant moved in to activate its gravitic amplitude modulator, which had been reprogrammed according to specifications from the Galactic Alliance. The GAM jammed the Yuuzhan Vong yammosk, allowing the Imperials to defeat the aliens and drive them out of the Imperial Remnant's space. (FH1)

Stalwart-class Light Freighter
designed and produced for compete in the marketplace with the YT-1300, the Stalwart-class freighter measured 19.7 meters in length and could transport up to five passengers and 120 metric tons of cargo. A pilot and co-pilot were required to operate the ship, which was armed with a turret-mounted laser cannon. (PP)

Stam Reath
this young humanoid was training as a Padawan learned under Echuu Shen-Jon during the last years of the Old Republic, when the Clone Wars broke out. They were part of the team that was dispatched to Geonosis to locate Obi-Wan Kenobi. Unfortunately, Stam was killed by Sev'rance Tann during the Battle of Geonosis. Master Shen-Jon then chose Stam's sister, Naat, as his apprentice. (GBC)

according to a HoloNet comic that appeared sometime during the height of the New Order, Stan was the leader of a group of Jawas who made a comfortable living selling droids to the residents of a settlement known as Dura Mater. Although he could speak Basic just fine, Stan always spoke in jibberish when dealing with the farmers of Dura Mater, to keep them off-balance. As part of a plan to extract even more credits from the hapless farmers, Stan worked with another Jawa known simply as Fred Jawa. Fred claimed to be a "consumer advocate", and explained that Stan had failed to provide full warranties. In this way, the Jawas sold the same droids to the farmers, but also made a profit selling them bogus "extended warranties". (T20)

this Imperial officer was a guard at the Tol Ado prison facility during the Galactic Civil War. He was in charge of disposing of prisoners who died under interrogation while on the Deathblock. (JH)

this is the name used by the Myneyrshi to describe the clawbirds native to Wayland. (TTSB)

Stand Down, Beautiful Blaster
this was the deactivation signal used by Luke Skywalker and his wife, Mara Jade Skywalker, to shut down the systems of their Defender Droid, Nanna. Nanna was programmed to shut down completely if she heard these words in either Luke's or Mara's voice. (DN1)

Stand of Public Expression
located in the major cities of the planet Dordolum, the Stand of Public Expression is an outdoor platform from which the city's inhabitants can speak to audiences about any topic and from any viewpoint without retribution. This historywas shattered when Klif and Drend Navett incited a riot on Dordolum, shortly after the Bothans were implicated in the destruction of Caamas. (SOP)

this was an older name for the Basic language. (HSL)

Standard Clear Frequencies
during the Old Republic, these broadcast frequencies were reserved for emergency purposes. The Republic maintained and monitored them, for they were especially forbidden for civilian use. The standard clear frequencies were used to transmit civil defense warnings and vital information to comlinks, datapads, and other public facilities. (IG1)

Standard Officers Intelligence Test
this Imperial aptitude test was geared toward identifying potential officers and commanders for the military. The minimum score required to be trained as an officer was 7. Anyone with a scored of 6 or below had to submit a Quality of Family Certificate in order to receive a second chance at officer's training. (FC)

Standard Time Unit
this was a measure of time equal to one hour of time on Coruscant. (SLS)

Standard Timepart
a basic unit of time measurement, the standard time part was based on the rotational period of the planet Coruscant. It had been used since the early time of the Old Republic. Note that it is unclear what a full timepart represented, as some sources list it as a Coruscant day, while other sources list it as something closer to a week. Shield of Lies states that there are 1,400 standard time parts in each Coruscant day. Roleplaying game materials have indicated that there are sixty seconds in a standard hour, and 24 hours in a standard day, as defined by Corsucant's rotational period. There are five days in a standard week, and seven weeks in a standard month. There are three festival weeks and three holidays, giving the standard year 368 days. (SW, HSE, RPG, SOL)

this is one of the oldest and most durable personal blasters manufactured by Merr-Sonn. (POT)

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

Standro Jcis
this New Republic starfighter pilot was a member of Rogue Squadron. A Rodian, Standro joined the Rogues in the wake of the Malrev Incident, when several positions in the squadron were left empty. A veteran of thirteen missions, Standro was nonetheless the first of the Republic' pilots killed at the Battle of Brentaal. (XWES, XWFT)

Alderaanian swear word. (SME, DLS)

Stanner, Mil
this smuggler worked from a base on the Vergesso Base asteroid,and specialized in moving small cargoes of spice and and other precious commodities on his modified starship, the Starlight Shifter. (SPG)

this old, Bothan cargo hauler owned the starship Freebird, which he used to transport the settlers of New Brigia from the homeworld of Brigia. In return, the settlers paid Stanz a percentage of the chromite they mined on their new world. Stanz paid them only barest minimum of what the ore was worth, keeping the New Brigians in debt for a number of years. (BTS)

this young boy worked in the fields with his friend Tenno, on the planet Ceriun, some 1,000 years before the Battle of Endor. When Tenno suggested that they take the Jedi holocron found by Ka'arn and keep it safe until a Jedi could travel to Ceriun to recover it, Stanz was among the group that agreed to help him. They also hoped that, maybe, a Sith might come looking for it, and take them all as apprentices. When the Sith did arrive and simply took the holocron, Tenno explained that they had been trying to ensure he could have it. Anger surged in the Sith, who explained that he needed no one's help before killing Stanz and the others as Tenno's "reward". (T17)

indicating a single trooper aerial platform, this was the acronym used to describe the respulsorlift platforms used by the Trade Federation's battle droids. The STAP measured two meters tall, and had a foot platform and directional controls which were fitted to the battle droid structure. The basic design was created from an airhook developed by Longspur and Alloi. They were often armed with a pair of laser cannons, and were capable of speeds approaching 400 kilometers per hour. In addition to the standard model of STAP, and heavy-duty model was produced with more powerful laser cannons and missile launchers. These heavy STAPs were not as maneuverable as the base model, and had difficulty navigating rivers and valleys. (SW1, TPM, X1, IG1, BFN, NEGV)

this was the model designation of Baktoid Armor Workshop's Single Trooper Aerial Platform, or STAP. (SON)

this quadripedal beast was introduced to the planet Brosi by Old Republic settlers. They were originally bred as mounts and beasts of burden, but were forgotten when repulsorlift technology became widespread. Modern staplarints have returned to their wild nature, although it was known that members of the Brosin Underground used them as mounts. (AIR)

Star Amber
this unusual gemstone was discovered on the planet Woteba. Most specimens of star amber were shaped like teardrops, and had a small, silver light that eminated from its center, thus giving the gemstone its name. It was believed that star amber was formed from the hardened sap of the hamogoni tree. (DN2)

Star Bantha
this was one of six Imperial bulk freighters assigned to the replenishment fleet which contained the Black Ice. (BI)

Star Barge
this Gallofree Yards transport was produced durnig the early years of the New Order. (DN2)

Star Breeze II
this Alliance transport was used to carry refugees from Cloud City to Kaliska, shortly before the Battle of Endor. (GMR3)

Star Cab
officially known as Orlean's Star Explorer, the Star Cab was designed at a time when hyperdrives were extremely unreliable. However, even with the advent of the modern hyperdrive, there are a few Star Cabs still in service to this date. At 70 meters in length, this bulbous exploration and scout craft was crewed by a single pilot assisted by a complement of droids. The droids provided the same kinds of support as a modern R2 unit, but were much less advanced. The ship could carry up to eleven passengers and 40 cubic meters of cargo, but also stored up to five years' worth of consumables. This allowed the ship to travel for great periods of time before requiring a refitting. It was also well-armed, with a quartet of blaster cannons, but lacked any shields. (GG8)

Star Chamber
one of the many amusements found on Hologram Fun World, the Star Chamber contained a fully-interactive hologram of the entire galaxy. (GOF4)

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