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Fel, Wynssa
this young woman was the daughter of Soontir Fel and Syal Antilles. Like her four siblings, Wyn grew up on the planet Csilla. However, her isolation on Csilla only served to amplify her desire to learn about the rest of the galaxy. When Luke Skywalker's mission to locate Zonama Sekot arrived on Csilla, Wyn took an instant liking to Jacen Solo, staying late at the Expeditionary Library and helping him develop search algorithms for poring over planetary data. She was briefly kidnapped by those Chiss who were loyal to Peita Aabe, but was later rescued and returned to her family. (FH2)

this temperate world was the home planet of the Felacatian race. (T8)

this race of polymorphic felines was native to the planet Felacat. In its normal state, the average Felacatian was a tall, humanoid being with near-human characteristics. The only tell-tale sign of their alien lineage was their short fur and long tail. However, when a Felacatian was forced to exist within the hyperspatial continuum for an extended period of time, or when they experienced a high level of stress, a Felacatian's body began to change. Without an outlet for their stress, the Felacatian's body shifted its form, becoming a huge, predatory cat. In this form, the Felacatian was extremely dangerous, and was protected by a row of heavy spikes along its back. (T8)

this female Vorzydiak was the leader of the planet Vorzyd 5, some eleven years before the Battle of Naboo. She was considered remarkable tall for her race, and cast an imposing image whenever she appeared. She resented the accusations made by Chairman Port of Vorzyd 4, blaming the industrial sabotage of Vorzyd 4's manufacturing facilities on the natives of Vorzyd 5. She threatened military response if Port refused to back down, but both were unaware that the sabotage was being carried out by the Freelies. When the Freelies' role was revealed by Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn, Felana agreed to work with Port to resolve their differences peacefully. (TTW)

this was one of the most dominant families of the planet Vorzyd 5. (GORW)

Felana Spaceport
this was Vorzyd 5's primary spaceport, located in the city of Efavan and named for the wealthy Felana family. (GORW)

Felanil Baaks
this Duros Jedi knew from an very early age that he was destined to be a Jedi, and his parents were more than happy to turn him over to the Jedi for training. They believed that any life which bettered the galaxy and avoided smuggling was for the best. Baaks spent much of his career learning about the creation of lightsabers. Never one to engage in combat or diplomacy, Baaks dedicated himself to a lifetime of study, a path which left him feeling unwelcome at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during the early years of the Clone Wars. Rather than feel useless on Coruscant, Baaks traveled to Almas to provide his skills and knowledge about lightsabers to the students at the Almas Academy. At the time, Baaks referred to himself as a "Jedi Artisan", and was one of a handful of Jedi who taught useful skills outside the combat arena. Master Yoda once described Baaks as a master of Form Zero lightsaber combat, a description Baaks readily accepted. Baaks never took a Padawan learner, but he did take many students to train in the art of lightsaber construction. His only requirement was that his students had to have already created their own lightsaber, since many of his techniques required the understanding of basic lightsaber construction. He believed that the students he taught at Almas would be his last, as he was advancing in age and would soon be unable to travel. His lightsaber designs remained among the most exquisite and elegant of the time, and he was known to have created a lightsaber from a liquid matrix suspended in a compressed gravity tube. (LFCW)

this was a kind of baked dessert. Note that Star Wars Galaxies indicates that felbar was actually food for pets. (TME, SWGAL)

Feldrall Okor
Boba Fett received a bounty of one hundred fifty thousand credits for retrieving this pirate for the Imperial Governess, Isis. When Fett showed up with Okor - who had lost an arm during the capture - Isis refused to pay his fee. Fett threatened to blow them all up with a thermal detonator, until Isis gave in and paid him. (TJP, EGC, GG10)

this was the primary continent found on the planet Nishr, and was the site of the main base of the Alliance's Nishr Taskforce. (ROE)

Felebreck Electrical Defense Systems
this small corporation developed a variety personal and large-scale defense systems. (LOE)

this Imperial Moff was a rival of Moff Relans, and went rogue after the Battle of Endor. (HR)

Feleen Bantillian
this criminal found a bounty on his head after killing the son of the crimelord Drex, during the height of the New Order. Bantillian was a tall, wide-bodied being who wore a full-body suit of armor as protection. Hidden in the armor was a deflector shield generated scavenged from a droideka. His wide, triangular head was protected by a spiked helmet, with only his red eyes and upper jaw visible. Drex had gone out of his way to hire Boba Fett to hunt Bantillian down. He hid on the remote world of Vornax, where he reprogrammed thousands of derelict droids toact as his personal guardian force. However, when Fett confronted Bantillian on Vornax, Bantillian revealed that he was actually Drex's son, and that they had created the entire backstory to trap Fett on Vornax to exact revenge for the death of Gavron Sil. Fett managed to avoid the droid armies Bantillian had created, and tricked him into moving toward a large puddle of machine oil. Fett then set the oil on fire, forcing Bantillian to find a way to extinguish the blaze. In his confusion, Bantillian fell into a pool of water and drownedm along with many of his droids. Fett returned to Drex to collect the bounty on Bantillian, bringing Bantillian's head as proof of his demise. To ensure that Drex never tried to doublecross him again, Fett placed an active thermal detonator in Bantillian's mouth before leaving Drex's court. (T18)

this was the Ansionian word for demented, or mentally deranged. (APS)

this ancient race of beings, known for their meticulous craftsmanship of weapons and armor, died out many millennia before the Battle of Yavin. (GMR8)

Felenar Armor
this unusual body armor was developed by the extinct Felenar race, many millennia before the Battle of Yavin. It was created from a number of exotic materials, and provided excellent protection and maneuverability for the wearer. (GMR8)

Felens, Equa
a native of Bacrana, this man fell in love with Dara Gion at the Bacrana Educational Institute. They both disagreed with the Empire's control of Brak Sector, and were part of the group which assembled in Amma to protest the construction of the Imperial shipyards there. Both Dara and Equa were injured when Imperial forces opened fire, and they fled into hiding to avoid Imperial retribution. Equa's eyes were permanently damaged, and he eventually had them replaced with a Neuro-saav Hifold Sensory Package. They eventually joined Trep Reskan and the Bacrana System Defense Force, and later the Alliance. Felens was assigned to the Skytowers Residence safehouse on Genesia, and he drifted apart from Dara. (FBS)

Felid Slin
this Em'liy deity was known as the Matriarch Spirit of the Sand. (GMR1)

this was a species of feline creature often kept as a pet by the wealthiest of the galaxy's beings. Breeders of felinx continually inbred each successive generation, and maintained those bloodlines with minimal brain-mass. Thus, the average felinx was little more than a long, fur-covered body that existed for the physical pleasures of warmth and food. This trait made them the ideal pet, for they required little more than regular meals and the warmth of being held. However, certain individuals ended up as nothing more than automata, and required bio-stimulation circuit implants to keep them from bumping into walls and chewing their fur off. (MA)

Felis Alverite
this Ropagu was the primary representative of his planet in the Off-worlders' Quarter starport. He maintained comprehensive databases on all travelers to and from the starport, and keeps a vigilant eye out for criminals and other violent individuals. Over the years he spent in the Off-worlders' Quarter, Alverite developed a sympathy for the Alliance, and was a source of helpful information to the New Republic during its early years. (TSK)

Fel'Kona, Jonas
this aging man, a noted Jedi Master of the decades leading up to the Battle of Naboo, was known for his skills at discovering potential students for training. He traveled the galaxy in search of candidates, but always returned to Coruscant with his new students. It was Master Fel'Kona who discovered Lanius Qel-Bertuk. (LFCW)

Fel'Kona, Minos
this noted Jedi Knight was a descendant of Jonas Fel'Kona, and did a series of investigations into the origin of the Sith fortress on the planet Almas during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Fel'Kona's analysis was able to date the fortress's construction to a point more than 1,132 years before the Battle of Naboo, and discovered many strange and wondrous things below the surface. Skeletons of krayt-dragon-like creatures littered the strata underneath the fortress, and massive carvings in black marble slabs were found to have traced the Dark Lords of the Sith backward from Darth Rivan to Naga Sadow. During the early stages of the Clone Wars, Minos spoke openly on what he believed the "official stance" of the Jedi Order should be with regards to the Cularin System and the presence of the Thaereian Military. When the command was issued to execute Order 66, Master Fel'Kona was still in the Cularin System, as indicated by the files discovered on his lost datapad. In these personal log files, he questioned the continued role of the Jedi in the New Order, and what path he should take. He recognized the need to fight back against Palpatine's tyranny, but he also believed that Palpatine and Darth Vader would be ready for any attempt on their lives, and would utterly destroy any being who tried to harm them. He vowed to take any surviving Jedi he could find in the Cularin System and flee into the depths of the gaalxy, where they could be relatively safe while contemplating their next actions. (LFCW)

this young man worked for Narloch as a courier, until he was offered a huge sum of credits by Kendamari Casinos to help bring down the Herglic entrepreneur. He took the money, and assisted a group of bounty hunters in locating Narloch. (ND)

this timid-looking woman served as one of Black Sun's primary enforcers on the planet Brentaal, during the height of the New Order. Trained in the Kathol Outback, Fellion was known for her ability to defeat her enemies without the aid of battle armor or fancy weaponry, relying on martial arts and simple blaster weapons to do her job. (CCW)

this is a port city located on the planet Halmad. A small Imperial base was located in the southern warehouse district, but was destroyed as part of Operation Groundquake. (IF)

Fellowship of Kooroo
this quasi-religion emerged as a search for enlightenment, based on the teachings of the spiritual leader Kooroo. To attain true enlightenment, followers strove to achieve telepathic abilities to communicate. They worshipped and meditated on several Outer Rim worlds, where there were Shrines of Kooroo placed. These shrines were later claimed to be ancient communications devices by the reporter Andor Javin, and the Fellowship deeply resented the intrusion and speculation. They put out a deathmark on Javin's head, in reaction to his reports. (SWJ13)

Felpajh 10A
manufactured by Larjh StarCorporation, this suborbital shuttle provided a great deal of luxury while allowing transport from the ground to a waiting liner. The Felpajh 10A measured 31 meters in length, and could accommodate up to eight passengers and 5 metric tons of cargo. It required a dedicated pilot to operate, and could attain speeds of 750 kilometers per hour in atmosphere. (GFT)

Fel's Day
first comemmorated by Lon Isoto, this holiday was to be observed every year on the planet Brentaal, to mark the efforts of Baron Soontir Fel in defending Brentaal from attack by the New Republic. (XWES)

this female Wroonian was known as a conman and swindler. She often posed as a noble lady whose son had been wrongly imprisoned, hoping to have a group of mercenaries or do-gooders help her infiltrate a secure area and steal items of value. Often, watchful mercenaries can see through her disguise, especially after she started skimping on their expenses depsite "her deep concern for her son." She was nearly captured aboard Omze's Incredible Traveling Starport, but managed to escape. (PSPG)

Felth, Davin
a member of the Desert Sands stormtrooper unit sweeping Mos Eisley in search of R2-D2 and C-3PO. He was trained at the Imperial facility of Carida, and was among the top recruits in his class. Thus, he was chosen to be one of the first troopers to be assigned to the new AT-AT project, under General Veers. While on a training mission, Davin discovered that the AT-AT was extremely vulnerable due to its long legs. He commanded his walker to "kneel" on all four legs, and was able to defeat all training targets. He reported to Veers that it was possible to "trip" the walker using a cable entwined around its legs, but Veers hid the information in order to advance his own career. When additional stormtroopers were needed to sweep Tatooine in search of the droids, Davin was quickly moved off the AT-AT project and into stromtrooper armor. There, he was assigned to Captain Terrik. (It was Davin who said, "Look, sir. Droids." after the discovery of the droids' escape pod.) However, Davin became increasingly disillusioned with the Empire's regime, having witnessed first-hand the needless destruction of Jawas and Sand People, as well as the wanton execution of the Lars family. The unnecessary execution of Het Nkik pushed Davin over the edge, and when his squadron was ordered to keep the Millennium Falcon from leaving Mos Eisley, Davin shot Terrik in the back, and pretended that he was killed in the crossfire. From then on, he resolved to remain a stormtrooper in order to feed the Alliance key information about the Empire. It is assumed that one of the first informational transfers included the weakness of the AT-AT. (TME, EGC)

Feltipern Trevagg
a Gotal who had filled a number of positions over the years, including bounty hunter, Imperial bodyguard, and ship's security officer. He was working for the City Prefect of the port of Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, as a tax collector when Luke Skywalker and Ben Kenobi booked passage ot Alderaan. In this position, Feltipern had developed many of the taxes charged to native and transients, including a water tax and a port passage tax. This passage tax brought him in contact with M'iiyoum Onith, who lost her seat on the passenger liner Tellivar Lady because she couldn't pay it. Feltipern began lusting for her. He also discerned Kenobi's presence in Mos Eisley by detecting the Force with his head cones, and sought to sell the information to the Empire. In trying to get M'iiyoum into bed, he failed to recognize that she was a H'nemthean, and that the female of her species guts her mate with her knife-like tongue. Feltipern was found dead in the Inn, the morning after the Millennium Falcon blasted out of the spaceport. (TME)

this senior Alliance agent was known by the alias Feltron when he accompanied Bria Tharen aboard the Queen of Empire. He posed as Bria Lavval's agent, and was killed when Boba Fett tried to capture Bria. (RD)

see Feltran. (RD)

this planet was the location of Shu Mai's personal holdings, during the last decades of the Old Republic. The planet had previously been colonized by Gossam settlers, who battled the planet's dangerous plantlife to established several cities. They tapped into underground water supplies and managed to create a sustainable agriculture, after ensuring that harmful impurities in the water were removed. Felucia was singled out by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, during the last stages of the Clone Wars, as one of the Outer Rim worlds that would be targetted by the Grand Army of the Republic. According to Palpatine, the worlds of Mygeeto, Felucia, and Saleucami were a "triad of evil" that served as Separatist bastions. Ostensibly, Palpatine ordered troops to Felucia and several other worlds as a way to end the Outer Rim Sieges and being the Clone Wars to a halt. Although the planet was besieged by the Grand Army of the Republic, the Commerce Guild was able to drive the attackers off. A second wave of attacks was launched when it was learned that Shu Mai had returned to Felucia, with Aayla Secura leading a group of clone troopers, but the Republic soon realized that the information about Shu Mai's location was leaked as a ruse. The Separatists' true target was Coruscant itself, and the information on Felucia - coupled with the news that Count Dooku himself was on Tythe - were meant to lure the Jedi Knights and the Grand Army of the Republic away from Coruscant. Note that the webstrip Reversal of Fortune indicates that Felucia was also the homeworld of the Gossam race. General Secura's forces barely escaped a booby trap, but the resulting explosion released a deadly toxin into the planet's natural water system. (ROF, LEV, SWDB)

Felucia Ground Beetle
see Gelagrub (SWDB)

Felucia Star Corps
see 327th Star Corps (SWDB)

Felyood, Naz
this Corellian pirate was the owner and captain of the freighter Jynni's Virtue. Captain Felyood, as well as his ship and crew, were lost some six months prior to the Battle of Yavin, when they apparently were shot down over the planet Korriban. The ship's logs, despite the fact that they were recovered from a sealed wall inside Dathka Graush's tomb, showed that the pirates had been intercepted by an Imperial patrol and made a hasty jump into hyperspace. The ship's astromech exploded, dumping them into an unknown part of the galaxy. They were set upon by unseen forces that caused extensive damage to the ship, forcing them to land on Korriban. Luckily, they had obtained enough information on the planet during a sabacc match several years earlier, that they were able to land safely. Felyood and his crew learned of Korriban from a hooded crone, and kept the information around in the hopes of finding a long-lost treasure there. Although Felyood's commentary in the ship's logs indicated that he believed he and his crew had been on Korriban a few days, the timestamps on the log entries revealed that many months had passed. No explanation was ever given for the discrepancy. According to vocal logs, Felyood stumbled upon Graush's tomb and tried to take the jewel known as the Heart of Graush. Thus, he was possessed by the spirit of Dathka Graush, and he unwittingly unleashed the Korriban Zombies. When Babbnod Luroon destroyed the Jynni's Virtue, Felyood found himself separated from the Heart of Graush but still possessed by the Sith spirit. He was forced to wander Korriban forever, never dying and always searching for the Heart of Graush. (PH)

this was a Sullustan word for "female", and was often used to indicate an unmated female. (MJH)

Female Professional Greenputt Tour
this was one of the primary series of greenputt matches held during the last decades of the Old Republic. Only the best female greenputt players were allowed to compete. (HNN4)

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

this was an Ugnaught word for "female", and was often used to indicate an unmated female. (MJH)

this is a major city found on the planet Gailea, and is the site of the annual Marqua Spas Grand Ball. (SWJ9)

this woman served as Dolph's Lieutenant during the early days of his bid for power under the name Kuellar. A strikingly beautiful woman with long, black hair and pale skin, she used kohl and other substances to mask her features and give her the appearance of death. Her family was killed when the Eye of Palpatine was awakened after the Battle of Endor. The warship attacked her homeworld and destroyed most of the life there. She felt that the New Republic inadequately addressed the threat of the Eye of Palpatine, and held the Republic responsible for her family's deaths. As Dolph's plans unfolded, Femon chafed at his patience. She felt he was being too soft on the Republic, and challenged his goals and methods. Her support of Dolph began to fade, and scoffed at his use of the Force. In his anger, Dolph/Kuellar used the Force to grip her throat and break her neck. (TNR)

this Imperial customs officer worked at the starport on Quantill City, on the planet Ando, during the height of the New Order. (SWJ11)

this native of the planet Kuat was Kuat of Kuat's chief of security during the period of the New Order. Outwardly loyal to the end, Fenald was secretly in league with Kodir of Kuhlvult and her plans to take control of Kuat Drive Yards. In an intricate plot, he agreed to betray Kuat to the various ruling families, thereby making way for Kodir to take his place. It was Fenald who arranged - through Nil Posondum - to have Kodir's sister Kateel kidnapped. Years later, Kodir began manipulated Kuat of Kuat, hoping to oust him from control of KDY and take it for herself. Fenald played his part well, and Kuat was unaware of his deceit until the families tried to wrest control of KDY for themselves. Fenald continued to work behind the scenes for Kodir while she worked for Kuat, furthering her own attempt to gain control of KDY, until he demanded money in return for keeping her plans a secret. Kodir decided that Fenald had stopped being useful, and slit his throat in a basck-alley bar. (MA, SLS, HM)

a gas giant planet. (SWJ11)

this alien race was one of many that were exterminated by the ancient Mandalorian Crusaders. The Fenelar were believed to be the first people to develop the phrik alloy, which they used in the creation of their body armor. (SWI80, SWMW)

this was one of the more common Kel Dor surnames. Its meaning translated into Basic as "commander" or "general". (GCG)

this planet was one of the largest exporters of agricultural products during the last decades of the Old Republic. The planet's entire surface was dedicated to the growth and production of foodstuffs. (X2)

one of the planets visted by the Night Caller shortly before it was captured by Wraith Squadron near Xobome 6. (WS)

this was one of the many months found in the Vandelhelm calendar. (PH)

this male Chiss served as a security officer at one of the Chiss training facilities during the early years of the New Republic. (GMR7)

this was one of the many influential Twi'lek clans, native to the planet Ryloth. The name meant "industrious" or "hard-working" in the Twi'leki language. (ROP, GCG)

this was one of the many names given to male Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "nimble" - or, more literally, "slippery." (GCG, WOTC)

Fenn Booda
this warden served at the Galactic Correctional Authority's penal colony on Oovo IV. Booda was known as a strict warden, but allowed those inmates who behaved themselves to view the various podraces which were run on the airless surface of the moon. (RAC)

Fenn Sei'nel
this Bothan was a minor functionary who worked at the Bothan embassy on Ando, until he was found dead in an alleyway behind the Starfarers Club. Although the Bothan government claimed Sei'nel was merely a courier and blasted the local security force, Aqualish officials found no messaging technology on or near his body. (WOTC)

Fenner, Rivoc
this xeno-biologist was credited with the first discovery of the creature known later as Fenner's Rock. It is said that he tripped over the first one he ever encountered, believing it to be a simple pile of stones. (COG)

Fenner's Rock
named for the xeno-biologist Rivoc Fenner, this unusual creature resembled a collection of lichen- and moss-covered stones. They subsist on the lichens, moss, and algae which attach to their bodies, moving slowly over real rocks to find food. They lack true limbs, instead having a pair of appendages which they use to drag themselves along. The mouth of a Fenner's Rock is filled with huge teeth, but the teeth are formed from soft cartilage and were ineffective against most creatures. Most scientists believed them to be silent creartues, but many have observed groupings of Fenner's Rocks "singing" to each other. The exact purpose behind the sounds is unknown. These creatures could be found on a number of planets, and were considered a nuisance on some world because they multiply rapidly, damming up natural waterways and producing semi-toxic bacteria. (COG)

this rocky planet was colonized by a group of beings who brought a herd of nerfs with them. The nerfs evolved over time to survive in the rocky terrain. (WOTC)

Fennesa Nerf Herding Council
this body regulated the raising and production of nerfs on the planet Fennesa, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (WOTC)

Fenni, Raskta
this woman was one of the best Echani duelists of her time, many years before the Great Sith War. Many types of bladed weapons were named or manufactured in her honor, including a foil that had cortosis woven into the steel of the blade. However, mass-production for use by other Echani warriors revealed that these foils were poorly manufactured, and many died with the cortosis didn't adequately deflect lightsaber attacks. (KOTOR)

Fenn's Landing
this was the name of the docking platform owned and operated by Slerog Fenn on the planet Gelgelar. It was one of seven docking platforms Fenn tried to build on the swampy planet, in an effort to horn in on the business of Loro Ecls. However, Fenn's Landing was the only one he could afford to fully complete, and it was quite often a spacer's second choice for landing. (PSPG)

Fenn's Warehouse
this was the starship repair facility established in Gelgelar Free Port by Slerog Fenn, in an effort to squeeze out Loro Ecls. (SWJ14)

this was one of the more common names given to males of the Mon Calamari race. To the Mon Calamari, this name meant "talented". (GCG)

this young woman, a native of the planet Dathomir, was a member of the Singing Mountain clan of Force-using women. She was just learning the ways of Allyan Magic when Luke Skywalker discovered the existence of the Chu'unthor on Dathomir. (CTD)

this man was a member of the Karazak Slavers Cooperative team sent to capture Janissa Locrin. He and Iquar eventually made the capture, after many members of their team were injured. (GG11)

this Imperial Navy Trooper was a native of the planet Rendili. Skilled in close-quarters combat, Fenson was assigned to the Imperial garrison on the forest moon of Endor, and worked with Trooper Vesden in monitoring activity around the shield generator bunker. (CCG10)

Fentanu Dramaya
this was a Dolandu phrase, cried loudly whenever a warrior is triumphant. (GMR10)

Fenti Bean
this healthful legume is grown on the planet Moorja. (SWJ8)

a planet. (WBC)

Feps, Deggar
this scout managed to get himself in trouble with the Hutts during the early years of the New Order. He angered Sottos, a Hutt crimelord, in the Hutt's personal residence on Nal Hutta, and only barely escaped with his life. He hoped to escape from Nal Hutta aboard the Lost Lady, but was intercepted by the spy droid NEK-01. He agreed to turn over information on Sottos' dealing to a group of freelance mercenaries, provided that could get him off the planet. The mercenaries managed to help the crew of the Lost Lady avoid capture by several bounty hunters, and Feps fled into the warrens of Nar Shaddaa. (WOTC)

this man worked with Dannen Lifehold for two years, serving as the mechanic aboard the Lifeline. Feq became the brother Dannen never had, and they became close friends. However, during "routine" Imperial customs inspection, Feq objected to the officer's confiscation of modified engine parts. One of the stormtroopers supporting the inspector shot Feq dead. Dannen held a small wake for his friend before setting the body adrift in space, and never forgot the Imperials' rash actions. (SWJ1)

this man and his companion, Suyin, tried to deliver a load of spice to Vogga the Hutt on Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Great Sith War. They had been given a detailed map of the undercity of the moon, and planned to bypass the normal security checkpoints by traveling through various vents and tunnels to reach Vogga's lair. Unfortunately, the buildings of Nar Shaddaa created enough ambient electrical interference that their hand-held maps failed to operate properly. Adding to Suyin's problems was the fact that Feraa had set off down a side pathway to lay mines on their proposed routes, and Suyin was badly injured when he stumbled upon them. Unable to find his way, Suyin became lost and eventually died within the vents. Although he didn't know it, Feraa also became hopeless lost, and died in the vents as well. Their corpses were discovered by The Exile, shortly after the Jedi Civil War, when he was on Nar Shaddaa in search of Jedi Master Zez-Kai Ell. (KOTOR2)

this creature was native to the planet Batorine, and was hunted by the Blood Carvers during a coming-of-age ceremony. When the Blood Carvers were relocated to Coruscant, following attacked by the Lontars, they brought with them several feragriffs, which were placed in preserves on one of Coruscant's moons. Thus, the tradition of hunting a feragriff to prove one's adulthood was preserved. (RP)

this Imperial escort frigate was commanded by Lev Kepzen during the height of the New Order. (FOP)

Feraleechi Onetime Loop
this was a specialized form of encryption, which involved a multiple-step process to get to the final message. They were denoted as "onetime loops" because they were specific to a certain's day's news on the HoloNet. A keyword in the morning news provided a way to partially decipher the code, revealing a series of numbers that referred to a textbook that was available on the HoloNet. These textbooks were usually incredibly boring to read, which kept them out of the mainstream. Once the text was discovered, it was translated from Basic into Symbian. Then, every sixth word was transposed to reveal the original message. This system of securing messages was adopted by the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the height of the Clone Wars, to ensure that even the most basic communication was not deciphered by the forces of the Old Republic. (MBS)

this small, furred creature was native to the planet Kegan. (FFT)

an Imperial Captain, he was once in command of the Imperial Star Destroyer Avenger. (ISB)

the binary star which forms the center of the Fere System. The star system is sometimes spelled "Ferre." (CPL)

often spelled Feree, this world was known for its shipyards, which produced some of the most luxurious starships in the galaxy. The planet and its inhabitants - also known as Fere - were destroyed by a plague about 200 years before Isolder first came to Dathomir. (CPL)

the native race of the planet Fere, they were very tall, with soft ivory-colored skin and 6 fingers on each hand. They were wiped out by a planet-wide plague. They were considered master shipbuilders in their time. (CPL)

another name for the planet Fere. (CPL)

this Ryn worked as a guide on the planet Caluula, when he wasn't serving as an resistance operative for the Ryn network of spies. As a member of the Ryn network, he was known simply by the codename Gatherer 164, and was based out of the planet Balmorra. During the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Ferfer and his Rodian partner, Sasso, assisted Team Meloque in destroying the yammosk which had been installed on Caluula. During the mission, the team felt that it was being led into a trap, but their fears weren't borne out until they reached the location where the yammosk was kept. Ferfer went to hide the timbus used by the team, but encountered a hidden group of Yuuzhan Vong Slayers. The lead warrior lashed out with his amphistaff, slicing open Ferfer's belly and spilling his guts. Ferfer died almost instantly. (UF)

this was an expletive often used by Vilmarh Grarhk. (DRKN)

this was a Quarren swear word that found its way into the slang of many races during the height of the Clone Wars. (RS, RHF)

Fergriss Pharmaceuticals
this promising biomedical corporation was bankrupted when the Empire assaulted the planet on which its corporate headquarters were located. Fergriss was unable to recover from the loss of finances and resources. (GG11)

this star was the central body in the Feriae System, located in the Outer Rim Territories. (SWMW)

Feriae Junction
see Junction (SWMW)

Ferijian Ape
a comical-looking primate. (SWJ9)

a legendary team of swoop racers from the Corellian System. Dengar was a member of this team, before being injured in a race with Han Solo and turning to a life of bounty hunting. (MTS, EGC)

Ferinn, Trennt
a member of the New Republic Intelligence agency, Ferinn was a Colonel at the time of the Starbuster Plot and the rise of the Human League on Corellia. Ferinn provided a detailed analysis of the situation leading up this period, as well as information on the events that occurred during and after the break-up of the Saccorian Triad. (CTD)

Ferionic Nebula
this small nebula was located near the Dantooine System. (SWGAL)

Feris City
this city was known for its dense concentration of freelance bounty hunters. (GG10)

Ferisoliq Imports, Limited
this Aqualish corporation produced a number of consumer products, during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

this was one of the largest criminal families found on the planet Esseles, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (CCW)

Ferlani, Luthus
this man was the leader of the Ferlani criminal family, based on Esseles, during the last years of the Old Republic and into the era of the New Order. He spent much of his youth representing the Ferlani family on business throughout Darpa Sector and within Hutt Space. Outwardly, Luthus was a kindly gentleman who could have been your best friend's father. However, Luthus could be terrifying when he was angry or disappointed, and his subordinates were quick to please him. (CCW)

Ferleen Snee
this Jedi Master once used the Force to manipulate the Muntuur stones over his head. (GG9)

Fern Tree
a full, frilly tree native to the planet Bakura. (TB)

Fernandin Scouting Expedition
a galactic survey group that was given permission to find a suitable planet on which to relocate Weytin's Colony, after they left Setor. The moons of Yavin were among the possible sites chosen. Fernandin had to receive a special permit from the Empire in order to carry out their search. (GG2)

Fernandin, Lexi
this man founded the Fernandin Scouting Expedition corporation during the last years of the Old Republic, and fought to maintain his independence and operation during the New Order. (GG2)

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