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a Hapan privateer who killed Isolder's older brother. Isolder hunted the man down and captured him, but chose to make an example out of him rather than murder him. Unfortunately for Isolder, Harravan was killed in prison before he could stand trial and reveal the names of his accomplices. It was assumed that the Queen Mother, Ta'a Chume, had employed the pirates to assassinate her son, whom she felt was too weak to become a ruler of Hapes.
this being served as the Medxec of Coruscant's public health officials, during the last years of the Old Republic.
this Imperial Victory-class Star Destroyer was patrolling the N'zoth System in the Koornacht Cluster just after the Battle of Endor. It was ordered to assist in the evacuation of Notak just before the Yevetha took control of Black-15. Note that this ship is called the Harramin in Tyrant's Test.
this was one of the Katana Fleet Dreadnaughts acquired by Garm Bel Iblis during the early years of the New Republic.
this was the name of the Alliance's infiltration team led by Fable Astin.
this is the primary planet in the Harrin System, and is one of the endpoints of the Harrin Trade Corridor.
Harrin Trade Corridor
this space lane is linked to the Enarc Run by the Kira Run. It is the primary hyperspace route leading from the Inner Rim to the Harrin Sector, linking the Harrin System with the Merren System via eleven other stopover systems.
this man was the Captain of the Bothan Whale, a trans-oceanic shuttlecraft owned by Edan Spaceways, working the seas of the planet Edan II during the height of the New Order.
this corporation specialized in unusual forms of computer storage systems.
this man served as Bakura's defense minister during the height of the New Order. He was a civilian, and little more than a figurehead, but was charged with keeping the Bakuran military operational. A former military officer, Harris walked with a limp from an old war injury. He refused to have a cybernetic prosthesis put in place of the leg. After the Battle of Bakura, Harris was given more power and control of the Bakuran armed forces. He eventually was elected as the deputy Prime Minister, serving under Molierre Cundertol during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He had grown to hate the New Republic and its supposed "peace", and began secretly funding the Freedom group in an effort to force Bakura into breaking off its relationship with the Republic and joining the P'w'eck Emancipation Movement. Behind the scenes, however, Harris planned to take all the credit for freeing Bakura from outside control, rather than have Malinza be regarded as a hero. He arranged for the kidnapping of Jaina Solo, and used her to draw Malinza to him. Then, in a bold move, he planned to kill them both, making it appear that the Jedi Knight had confronted the Bakura idealist. By inference, the Jedi Knights would be accused of coming to Bakura to coerce the planet into remaining with the New Republic, despite the wishes of the natives. Coupled with a bomb his people had set in the main arena where the Keeramak would consecrate Bakura, Harris planned to crystallize support for a free Bakura with himself as the leader. Harris hoped to assassinate Cundertol and most of the Bakuran Senate, ensuring that he would assume control of the government and establish Malinza Thanas as a martyr who cause should be adopted by all Bakurans. Unfortunately, Harris and his plans were discovered by Prime Minister Cundertol and the Solos, after an explosion ripped through the arena where the Keeramak was consecrating the planet. Cundertol, who was not what he appeared to be, had survived the blast, and confronted Harris about his actions. When Harris couldn't help them escape, Cundertol shot Harris in the head with a blaster, killing him instantly and in cold blood.
(TB, TBSB, FH2)
this young man was the son of a Captain who served the Alliace. Thurlow himself later joined the Alliance as a starfighter pilot, and trained with Rookie One. While competent at the controls of a fighter, Thurlow lacked confidence and mental control.
this male Togorian was a member of the Crimson Nova chapter of the Bounty Hunter's Guild, during the height of the Clone Wars. He had trained for many years as a hunter of Jedi Knights, a dangerous undertaking with very few rewards. However, when Mika accepted the bounties offered by Kh'aris Fenn, Harrll was able to put his incredible skills to good use. However, when the Jedi finally discovered the location of The Rig, Harrll finally met his match. He confronted none other than Jedi Master Mace Windu, using a Morgukai blade of pure cortosis, but was unable to match the speed of the Jedi's lightsaber. In a move of blinding speed, Master Windu avoided Harrll's sweeping attack and brought his own weapon around in a wide arc, severing Harrll's head from his shoulders.
this Neimoidian served as the regional commander of the Trade Federation forces arrayed to control the planet Maramere, during the years following the Battle of Naboo.
this star, located in the Oplovis Sector, has a single, inhabitable planet, which was the site of the Imperial Oplovis fleet's base during the Galactic Civil War.
an area of the galaxy that was heavily re-equipped by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War.
this Victory-class Star Destroyer was commanded by Captain Marl Semtin in the years leading up to - and immediately following - the Battle of Endor.
this caustic weed was native to the planet Randorn 2. The native Mizx believed that the plant prevented the ibliton from invading their villages. They considered the plant sacred, and planted borders around their villages with the plant. This belief is based partly in reality, since the touch of the harrowbane actually burns the exposed skin of the ibliton's tentacles.
this was another name for the T'Ples ocean, located on the planet Goroth Prime.
an Imperial Navy Captain who served during the Battle of Endor, Harrsk's Star Destroyer was severely damaged in the battle, and Harrsk received a number of greivous burns all over his face and body. He fled with the remnants of the fleet to the Core, where he let his skin heal naturally, preserving forever the scars the Alliance had given him. The only repair he allowed was the addition of a droid's optical sensor to replace his lost eye. Since the Battle of Endor, Harrsk has mustered the remaining Imperial starships, and began small harassment attacks on the New Republic. as his power grew, Harrks became more and more of a dissenter, active during Leia Organa Solo's reign as the Chief of State for the New Republic. Harrsk sought to restore the New Order to the galaxy. He was thought to have a base on Spuma, from which he was manufacturing Imperial-class Star Destroyers for his fleet. Admiral Daala offered to join with Harrsk following the destruction of her fleet and the Eye of Palpatine. When he refused, and ordered her to take command of his fleet against Teradoc, Daala set out to unite the feuding warlords or die. In ther end, Daala found it best to kill of the childish warlords - Harrsk included - when they failed to reach an agreement at the summit on Tsoss Beacon.
this Imperial Moff controlled the planet Otunia, and survived the upheavel following the Battle of Endor. Every bit as combative and abusive as his name implied, Harsh was said to have been an Imperial supporter even as a youth. One story told of his beating a bully senseless with a tock, after the bully crushed a Star Destroyer model Harsh had been playing with. After graduating with honors from the Imperial Academy, Harsh was taken in by an influential Imperial Senator, where he learned a great deal about politics. Harsh eventually earned the command of the Star Destroyer Cauldron, and was dispatched to eliminate the rebel threat on Chabosh. Harsh himself led the stormtroopers into battle against the Alliance forces, but he sustained terrible damage to his legs. Rather than accept cybernetic replacements, Harsh willed himself to heal without surgical assistance. His recovery only added fuel to his growing legend, and he was personally named Moff of the Bosph Sector by Emperor Palpatine.
this dark-skinned man served as a sensor officer aboard the Direption, under the command of Commander Darron, during the defense of Liinade III.
this Imperial Moff was discovered dead in his rooms on the resort world of Traflin, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. A group of Alliance personnel who were taking a well-deserved rest were implicated in the crime, but were cleared of any murder charges when the true killer was discovered by the Alliance agents.
Hart, Syndic Pandis
this was an alias used often by Talon Karrde, during the period immediately following the Battle of Endor. Hart was the chief pruchasing agent of the Sif-Uwana Council. He used the alias when he went to Tropis-on-Varont to infiltrate the safari business of the Krish crimelord Gamgalon. Karrde also used this alias during a short period, while he was hunting down the location of the Emperor's Shadow on Kaal, hoping to obtain the cloaking device which was rumored to have been installed on the ship.
(EGC, SWJ7, SWJ14)
Hart-and-Parn Gorra-Fiolla of Lorrd
this was one of the most common human surnames encountered in the galaxy.
this young man was one of the many Jedi Knights who turned to the Dark Side of the Force in the era leading up to the Battle of Ruusan. As a Jedi Knight, Set was known to solve many of his problems through violence, which opened up the path to the Dark Side. He was left behind on Coruscant when his Master, Aru-Wen, left for Ruusan to serve with Lord Hoth. Left without a teacher, Set Harth set out to learn about the Force on his own. He traveled to Ruusan in the wake of the Battle, hoping to locate a Sith artifact. When he was forced to battle a stronger Sith magician for the artifact's possession, Set drew additional energy from the Dark Side of the Force, further drawing toward the Dark Side. Shortly after surviving the attack, Set killed the Sith warrior's elderly servant in anger, after which he abandoned the Jedi Order and set out to become a Sith himself. After mastering the Sith artifact, he set out to obtain another artifact froma Hutt crimelord. He was forced to prove his worth against Bal Serinus, and their confrontation led to an all-out lightaber duel that left both Dark Siders exhausted. They were captured and imprisoned by the Hutt, although they maintained a tentative mental contact.
this diplomatic conselor worked for the Tion Hegemony. An elder statesman with many successful negotiations in his history, Harthan was called upon to intercede for the Troobs and Hobors on Tahlboor, hoping to create a lasting peace between the races while obtaining trading rights on Tahlboor. His son, Jake, however, was not interested in restoring peace to the planet. Instead, he wanted control of Mount Yeroc. Jake skillfully manipulated his father out of the counselor's position, taking it for himself. Harthan was somewhat powerless to stop the ensuing struggles, but eventually discovered his son's treachery with the help of R2-D2 and C-3PO. When the Troobs and Hobors realized that they could use Mount Yeroc as a way to bring their races together, they asked Harthan to tell the Tion Hegemony that they wanted to work things out on their own.
ths son of the Tion Hegemony's Counselor Harthan, Jake managed to acquire R2-D2 and C-3PO on Rudrig, after the droids left the service of Governor Wena on Kalarba. Jake later accompanied his father to Tahlboor. There, while his father was trying to work with the Hobors and Troobs to restore peace, Jake discovered the power of Mount Yeroc and the sky cannon. Hoping to obtain the power for himself, he set in motion a plan that would remove his father from the negotiations. This accomplished, Jake insinuated himself into the counselor's position. From there, he silently killed Ket Krax and tried to frame Larka Nimondro for the murder. Jake hoped that this would ignite a civil war, removing him to take control of Mount Yeroc. Unfortunately, the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO discovered that Jake was the culprit. Although they only had the simplest of evidence, C-3PO bluffed Jake by claiming to have a holo-vid of the crime taking place, as well as fingerprints. In truth, all the droids had was the vibro-shiv used to commit the crime. They knew that the Hobors never used vibro-shivs, and took an educated guess. Jake fell for the bluff and admitted to the crime, taking Madame Krax hostage. She bit his hand and distracted him long enough for a Troob to launch a spear at him. The shot was true, and Jake was killed when he fell into the sky cannon he so desired.
this New Republic Major was an administrative assistant to Colonel Gavin Darklighter, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy.
this Devaronian worked as a slave auctioneer on the Imperial world of Deysum III shortly after the Battle of Yavin. Despite his cunning and his sense of business, Harthusa was essentially a coward. He maintained a luxurious domed apartment on Deysum III, where he regularly entertained females of all races.
this modified space yacht was owned by the Devaronian auctioneer Harthusa. The ship was stolen by the Alliance agents who were investigating the Empire's construction of a supply depot in the Bissillirus System, shortly after they liberated Kentara from slavery. The agents then flew back to continue their investigation.
this independent spacer had worked with a number of crimelords during his career, and knew many of their secret schemes to bypass the legal system.
this military man served Dolph during the failed Jedi's bid for power. Hartzig served Dolph - who went by the name of Kuellar - as the commander in charge of the cleanup activities on the moon Pydyr.
this was the name used to describe prophets and oracles found on the planet Darlyn Boda. They were exceptionally accurate in reading the entrails of certain creatures, such as the toccat, provided that the being who requested the reading actually killed the creature.
this planet, the first and only world habitable in the Al'har System, appeared to be an oceanic world from space. However, the multi-colored ocean was actually a sea of toxic, heavier-than-air gases which were brought to the surface by volcanic activity. This gaseous ocean was broken by mountains and plateaus, and only those landmasses which reached high into the atmosphere could support life. It was high in these mountains and plateaus that human life evolved. Calling themselves the Korunnai, these humans tended to move about the landmasses as best they could to avoid being caught by a sudden storm that might bring gases up from the surface. The name Haruun Kal was a phrase used by the Korunnai to mean "above the clouds." Much of the habitable landmass was covered with jungles and semi-tropical forests. Haruun Kal was important during the Clone Wars because it was located at the hub of the Gevarno Loop, and separated several Separatist-loyal systems from a group of systems which remained loyal to the Republic. The Jedi Council believed that a starship transporting Jedi Knights during the Great Sith War crashed on the planet, and that the survivors were, in fact, the ancestors of the Korunnai. This theory was the primary proposal for the reason behind the fact that all Korunnai could touch the Force. The planet had no natural satellites, but a ring of rocky debris that encircled the planet was believed to have been the remains of its moon. Note that the short story Equipment indicates that Haruun Kal was not the only world in the Al'Har System, stating that several gas giants were located beyond the system's asteroid belt.
this was the original name of the Barloz-class freighter known as the Twi'lek Dancer. It was owned by an agricultural combine in the Tion Hegemony, but when they acquired the funds to purchase a YT-1300, they retired the Harvest. It was eventually purchased by Xufal D'uat, who renamed it the Venom Sting.
this oceanic region of the planet Cols was known as the primary breeding ground of the kalaides.
this was the name of the spear-like weapon used by the Nosaurian race to kill rikknits.
the Ithorian ritual in which the DNA or other physical specimen are taken from a plant for use in growing other hybrids.
a holiday celebrated in Tapani Sector, it was first observed by the original settlers of the sector. The exact origins of the holiday are have been lost over time, but it is believed that the settlers traditionally commemorated the time of harvesting their crops on this day. In modern times, it is simply a day off from work. Harvest Day fell between the months of Yelona and Relona on the Tapani local calendar.
this city-wide festival was held annually in Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, to celebrate the year's water harvest.
this was a week-long series of contests and parties held annually by the AGR agro-combine on Corellia.
this speeder route connects the city of Turos Noth with the Greenbelt Region of the planet Teyr. The Harvest Flyway is a little-used cargo transport lane, and has no defined speed limit.
a 100-ton grain freighter that operated in the Sarrahban System. It was used during the Galactic Civil War to smuggle Alliance refugees and ytterbium out of the system.
Harvest Moon Feast
an Ewok celebration.
this was the period of the year on Kinyen when the Gran harvest their grains and other major crops. The advent of Harvest Season was often celebrated with a gala ball by the more affluent Gran families.
huge droids equipped with shovels, clippers, and pincers that are deployed into fields to sow seeds and harvest the plants. They are built with large bins for collecting the grains and vegetables they harvest, and are often equipped with internal shredders to help mulch the weeds and other waste products from their work.
this Nelvaanian warrior was one of many who were captured by Separatist battle droids and brought to the secret facility that had been established in the wilderness of Nelvaan. Like other such captives, Harvos was subjected to torturous experiments by Skakoan scientists. His once-lithe body had been augments with genetic tampering, and his flesh was implanted with strange forms of technology. When Anakin Skywalker arrived on Nelvaan during the Clone Wars, he was able to destroy the Separatist facility and free the Nelvaanians. Rather than simply attacking the offworlder, Harvos reminded his fellows warriors that they were Nelvaanians first, and that any being who helped them escape was not an enemy. Harvos and his freed comrades turned their anger to their Skakoan captors, and viciously attacked them before fleeing the facility to return to theor families. Harvos was initially shunned because of his grotesque alterations, but he was eventually welcomed back into the village.
this moist, sweet cake was baked on the planet Beheboth.
this Twi'lek male was the president of Ryloth Ventures, during the height of the Clone Wars. He agreed to allow the Jedi Council to use his name as part of the backstory supplied to Aayla Secura, when she traveled to Devaron under the alias of Tuulaa Doneeta.
this warehouse district of Coruscant's southern polar region was used by Lando Calrissian and Luke Skywalker. They hid the Millennium Falcon there when they attempted to rescue Leia Organa from Xizor's palace.
this clone trooper was part of the platoon dispatched to Pengalan IV, during the early stages of the Clone Wars, to eliminate a Separatist missile facility on the planet. He was given the nickname Mapper by Joram Kithe, who was stranded on the planet with the platoon's survivors after the Separatist sprang a trap. The nickname, given to help Joram communicate with the troopers, was based on the fact that the clone trooper had a wealth of facial wounds from the battle. Hash and his comrade, Spade, were killed shortly afterward, during the platoon's attempt to reach the actual missile production facility beneath the surface of Tur Lorkin. It was later revealed to Joram that Hash and his platoon-mates were actually enhanced clones, having been given additional self-reliance and initiative during their development. These enhanced troops were dispatched with observers like Joram, in order to ensure the production of clone troopers was continued.
this assassin droid, employed by Moff Bandor to roam the Game Chambers of Questal, was a gold-chrome metallic ball. When first encountered, HASH-19 appears as nothing more than a surveillance spy-eye. As soon as it encounters a target, HAS-19 sprouts six mechanical arms. Each arm is tipped with four vibroblades, and HASH-19 attacked by spinning wildly and slashing its way through its prey.
this was a common male name among the Gamorrean people. Like most Gamorrean names, it was essentially gibberish that indicated what a Gamorrean would do if you made him angry.
this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology.
according to Ewok legend, this princess could hear the voices of the stars.
this Neimoidian was the Trade Federation's primary representative to the bacta-producing world of Thyferra, during the years leading up to the Stark Hyperspace Wars. He formed an alliance with Adol Bel, of the Xucphra faction, and developed a plan to starve the Old Republic of bacta in order to reap huge proftis. The plans of Hask and Adol Bel were thwarted by the efforts of Iaco Stark, whose Commercial Combine began raiding the few bacta convoys which were allowed to leave Thyferra and reselling the bacta at cheaper prices. Their plans were further derailed by Jedi Master Tholme and his Padawan apprentice, Quinlan Vos, who were on Thyferra to investigate the bacta shortage.
this man attended from the Imperial Academy on Carida, but was expelled for grifting his classmates. He was returned to his homeworld just in time to witness the public execution of his father. Hask took his meager inheritance, along with the hidden caches of credits and valuables his father had stashed away, and bought a small starship. He began a small-time pirating operation, and eventually worked his way up to become the leader of the Bonestar Pirates. He led the Corellian authorities on a chase through the Corellian System in the armed freighter Buzzzer, and tried to lose them at Gus Treta. His plan was to create a large enough diversion to allow the pirates to escape from notice. He landed at the Jagged Antilles' fuel depot, and requested that his ship be refueled. In the midst of refueling, Hask ordered his ship to lift off. This resulted in a ruptured fuel linkage that spewed volatile fuel everywhere. The backwash from his ship's thrusters ignited the fuel, destroying the Antilles' depot. Jagged and Zena Antilles died trying to contain the damage, but Wedge was removed from the conflagration by Booster Terrik. Terrik did not stand in Wedge's way when the youth demanded revenge, and Hask found himself again the hunted. Wedge and Booster managed to severely damage the Pirate's ship, leaving them for dead. Hask, fearing for his own life, took the only usable spacesuit and escaped the destruction. However, a parasite had hidden in the suit, and attacked Hask. It latched onto his face, and Hask never found a suitable method for removing it without inflicting great damage to himself. He vowed to hunt down Wedge Antilles for the loss of his pirates and ship. He later managed to became a member of the Imperial forces, and was one of the neogitators trying to obtain the Mrlssi Phantom cloaking device. He was pitted against Wedge Antilles in the negotiations, and managed to frame the Rogues in an incident of theft. Wedge escaped, and was able expose Hask's treachery. However, Hask escaped to Rorax Falken's lab, where he discovered the gravitic polarization beam. When the suddenly activated, Hask was caught too near the device. It developed a huge feedback loop, opening a wormhole and swallowing Hask, the lab, and a nearby Star Destroyer.
this Bothan name was given to newborn females. It was originally the name of a Bothan matriarch who influenced the politics of Bothawui for fity years.
this Bothan matriarch was famous for her role in Bothan politics, influencing the government of Bothawui for some fifty years.
this Alliance Lieutenant was part of the special forces team assigned to Commander Briessen, and was instrumental in the liberation of Gebnerret Vibrion from Selnesh. He gave no details about his past, but many attribute his understanding of Imperial military structure to a commission with the Empire. His personality was genial, and it allowed him to mingle with spacers and mechanics as easily as he could bureaucrats and politicians. Haslam was injured in the escape from Selnesh, but not seriously. He was able to man the guns on their escape ship.
this Imperial agent worked on Garos IV as an undercover Alliance supporter. The son of an influential political family, Dair grew up believing in the Empire and the tenets of the New Order. He dreamed of attending the Raithal Academy with his friend, Jos Mayda, although Jos' social position meant that he had a harder time getting into the Academy. As a young child, Dair was orphaned when his parents, West and Nieka, were killed during the Whahalla Massacre. Dair was raised by his grandmother, Keriin, and found a sympathetic ear in Tork Winger, who became something of an uncle to him. He and Jos remained good friends until the Empire stationed the Judicator in orbit around Garos IV. During a trip back to the caves on Mount Usca, they ran into an Imperial patrol. The scout troopers accused them of being rebel spies, and shot Jos dead before Dair could shoot the troopers. The death of Jos hardened Dair's resolve to help the rebels, and Dair took every opportunity to help the underground while serving as an Imperial officer.
this woman was a native of the planet Garos IV, and was Dair Haslip's grandmother. She was briefly married to Trenar Stilijan, but she was widowed when Trenar was killed in battle during the last years of the Old Republic. A noted businesswoman, Keriin owned the family's mining interest, RH Mining Corporation, until she sold them - at a hefty profit - to the Empire. She had been developing serious misgivings about the Empire ever since her son and daughter-in-law, West and Nieka Haslip, were killed during the Whahalla Massacre. She joined her old friend, Magir Paca, and together worked to free Garos IV from Imperial control. She ended up selling RH Mining in order to make sure her grandson, Dair, was able to complete his training at the Raithal Academy without any repercussions.
this woman was married to West Haslip, and was Dair Haslip's mother. She was killed during the Whahalla Massacre, while she was traveling with West in a mission of peace.
this man was the entrepreneur behind RH Mining Corporation, on the planet Garos IV. He groomed his daughter, Keriin, to take his place when he died.
this man was one of the most influential business and political figures on the planet Garos IV, until he was assassinated during the Whahalla Massacre. West's wife Nieka also died in the attacks, leaving their son Dair without parents.
this Sluissi female worked for Cecil Noone during the height of the New Order. She grew up in habitation sphere D on Sluis Van, living with her father and sisters. When the Empire announced it was hiring workers to repair a Star Destroyer at the Sluis Van shipyards, Hass and her sister, Resh, signed on. However, they were treated like slaves and became disillusioned with the Empire. When Resh was executed by an Imperial officer, as an example of what happened to beings who affected faulty repairs, Hass jumped ship as soon as she could. She ended up in the Roon System, eventually accepting work as an accountant. In order to enhance her mental capacity, Sonax had an Aj^6 cybernetic implant placed on her head. Sonax later served as Noone's computer expert and data slicer.
this alien race maintained membership in the New Republic.
this Gungan military leader established a base of operations on the moon of Rori, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. From Rori, Captain Hassk launched a series of strikes against the Imperial forces that controlled the Naboo System, hoping to free his people on both Naboo and Rori.
this Twi'lek worked for Booster Terrik as a navigator and stewart aboard the Errant Venture.
native to the swamp world of Dagobah, this short-bodied plant has a distinctive, mildly offensive odor. Its bulbous roots can be ground up and mized with water to form an orange paint. Explorers have also discovered strange, hassling-based paintings in the caves of Dagobah, although the planet is known to have no natural, sentient lifeforms.
a former Imperial pit Lieutenant serving on the Valiant, Hast joined the Alliance after resigning his commission at the end of his hitch. He served the Alliance for many years as a special agent assigned to monitoring the privateer vessels employed by Ral'Rai Muvunc and Ordnance and Supply. Hast was given the mission to observer Urias Xhaxin and the crew of the Free Lance.
this planet was the site of secret New Republic shipyards. The captured Star Destroyers Liberator and Emancipator were refitted there. Both were damaged when Imperial forces managed to discover the shipyards and attack them.
an Alliance shuttle used to transport commandos to the scene of the starfighter battle with the Imperial frigate Vehemence.
a Fallanassi city on Lucazec.
this Rodian crimelord was known to keep a pet svaper in his lair. Those beings who owed Hatabbas money, or simply displeased him, were forced to wrestle with the beast for their lives.
this grizzled old starship captain commanded the Galax Titan during its ore runs throughout the Elrood Sector, during the height of the New Order. He was a native of the sector, although few remembered his exact homeworld. He lived by the "Code of the Stars," and drank as hard as he worked his crews.
a galactic sector located in the Rim, it was largely unexplored by New Republic standards.
this is the basic unit of Kari society, consisting of 20-30 individual Kari. The Kari had one of the galaxy's true hive societies, and each Hatch had its own personality which was formed from the minimal intelligence of its members.
an Alliance YT-1300 destroyed during the Galactic Civil War.
this was a form of self-sealing doorway developed by the Yuuzhan Vong.
this diminutive, red-skinned humanoid was an information broker who worked in Crevasse City, on Kalkovak, during the height of the New Order.
the leader of Agamar's underground Resistance, during the early years of Palpatine's reign.
this was the nickname of the zero-gravity maintenance droids produced by Roche Industries during the New Order. Measuring around two meters in length and resembling a huge insect, the Hatchling was powered by a repulsorlift engine and several small thrusters. It was equipped with six manipulator arms and a variety of repair tools, including a welding laser and plating cutters. Originally desinged to help in the construction of orbital shipyards, the Hatchling was also known to be used by independent spacers as starship repair droids.
this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War.
this Neimoidian once served as Nute Gunray's deputy viceroy, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. Monchar was placed in charge of the Federation's own plans to capture the lommite mines of the planet Dorvalla, but was unable to gain access to the mines of either Lommite Limited or InterGalactic Ores. He fled the relative safety of the Saak'ak shortly before the blockade of Naboo, hoping to make his own fortune by selling the information about the blockade - and the fact that it was being perpetrated by Darth Sidious - to the highest bidder on Coruscant. Hath tried to sell the information to the Black Sun vigo Darnada, while trying to avoid being caught, but Sidious dispatched Darth Maul to locate and eliminate Monchar. Simultaneously, Rune Haako retained the services of Mawhi Lihnn in an effort to locate Mochar before the Sith could. Monchar nearly succeeded in selling the information to Lorn Pavan, but Maul was able to reach him first. The Sith lord interrogated Monchar before beheading him.
(DM, DMS, DMSH)
this Hrakian spacer worked out of a base on the planet Vorzyd 5, plying the spacelanes of the Commonality in the Niax during the height of the New Order. Unlike most other independent spaces, Greb was a staunch supporter of the Empire, and longed to turn a group of Alliance agents over to the authorities. Greb believed that such a "gift" would earn him special privileges and contracts with the Empire.
this planet was the site of a biochemical civil war some 1,200 years before the Battle of Endor. One of the armies had unleashed a plague as a "secret weapon," one which was a "fool-proof" antivirus. All the group managed to do was wipe out the entire population of the planet. During the new Republic, Hathrox III was still listed as a "standing hazard." The history of the planet was discovered by a scouting team which discovered records of civilization, but failed to live long enough to read them. Neither did the rescue crew that assisted them, nor the quarantine staff which tried to save them.
this old smuggler was a friend to Han Solo during his own smuggling days. Havighasu always flew solo, feeling that cooperation was for cowards. He couldn't take on the big jobs and earn the big money, but he was able to survive long beyond many of his contemporaries. He was often found plying the Praff Run.
this was a Sakiyan exclamation, used to indicate the obvious outcome to a sticky situation.
the reddish polyps of this bio-engineered creature were used by the Yuuzhan Vong to form supple diases and cushions. The use of hau polyps was reserved for the highest of social castes. A huge throne of pulsating, red-hued hau polyps was created within The Citadel for Supreme Overlord Shimrra, after the Yuuzhan Vong captured the planet Coruscant and remade it into a simulacrum of Yuuzhan'tar.
(EVR, Y, UF)
Haug Nerf Industries
this was one of Coruscant's largest nerf-meat processing centers during the last decades of the Old Republic. Owned by Groff Haug, the business served as a front for many of his criminal operations.
a slang phrase meaning "let's get out of here."
this ore hauler worked for Lant Mining Corporation, transporting refined ores from the Lormar 23 station in the Mangez System. Her captain was fond of racing through the traffic lanes, much to the dismay of traffic control officers.
this ore hauler worked for Lant Mining Corporation, transporting refined ores from the Lormar 23 station in the Mangez System.
this ore hauler worked for Lant Mining Corporation, transporting refined ores from the Lormar 23 station in the Mangez System. Her captain was fond of racing through the traffic lanes, much to the dismay of traffic control officers.
this Alliance Censian-class transport was used by the Special Forces division as a troop carrier. It was attacked shortly before the Battle of Yavin by the Fivaran Organization, who failed to recognize that the ship was a military vessel. Nearly all the Fivaran pirates were killed or captured, although Denuab and Dorin Venithon escaped as soon as they realized the mistake.
Hauler-2 Cargo Tug
this was a series of cargo hauling tugboats produced by Sienar Fleet Systems for use by the Empire.
this female Kaminoan was orphaned on Foamwander City, on the planet Calamari, during the last years of the Old Republic. She managed to survive in the Datum District, and eventually became TriNebulon News' primary correspondent on Calamari. She had a knack for sniffing out good stories, but was something of a busybody who always managed to be somewhere that she wasn’'t supposed to be.
this Gallofree medium transport was used by the Alliance to transport bacta during the Galactic Civil War.