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Sane, Berra
this woman, a native of the Austogie settlement on the planet Rhinnal, was trained as a geologist during the height of the New Order. She was hired by the Keiger clan to scout out new land opportunities. An unscrupulous and evil-minded woman, Berra Sane would have betrayed her own sister if it meant a great profit for herself. During one exploration, she discovered the location of a Dellaltian starship, presumably buried in the ice before the formation of the Old Republic. She went to great lengths to ensure that credit for the discovery went entirely to herself, ensuring a greater percentage of the profits. (CCW)

this common Zabrak surname meant "shaman". (GCG)

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

this unit of pressure was used by the Selkath, on their homeworld of Manaan. (KOTOR)

this was a term used by the Grand Army of the Republic to indicate any dug-out or hastily-erected defensive structure. (RCHC)

this large-bodied Squalris maintained a small but profitable import-export business on the planet Vorzyd 5, during the height of the New Order. A well-dressed being who lived in Efavan's highest social circles, Sanglui was often seen with his pet husk lizard, Farnak. Unknown to virtually all his associates, Sanglui was secretly one of the leaders of the Alliance cell on Vorzyd 5. He worked behind the scenes to ensure the Alliance overthrew the Empire, hoping to return the wealth of Vorzyd 5 to its people. He gave Luke Skywalker the instructions for meeting an Alliance contact on the planet, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. (CSWEA, GORW)

this name was common among the members of the Squalris race. (GORW)

Sanglui's Import/Export
this small import-export business was owned by the Squalris known as Sanglui, located in the High Town district of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5 during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GORW)

Sangorn's Net
this bar was located on Berrol's Donn, and was known for its criminal clientele. (CRO)

Sangtwo, Biull
this burly human being poses as a farmer and roamed the streets of Narg Starport, trying to swindle credits from unsuspecting vistors. Sangtwo came into the possession of the silver protocol droid RT-56/X, which he discovered had a SureDeal-R bargaining and negotiating module in its brain. Together, they roamed the streets of Narg Starport, looking for unsuspecting off-worlders. When a suitable "victim" was found, RT-56/X would plead with them to remove it from its "cruel master's service" as a farm drudge. If the off-worlders were sympathetic, Sangtwo would bargain with them to sell the droid. Once the purchase was made, RT-56/X would wait until its new master entered a dense-populated area of the city, where it would disappear and return to Sangtwo's farm. (TA)

this was a warrior class of the Aing-Tii monks. They believed that the Kathol Rift was a holy site, and forbade any ships to travel through it. (KO)

Sanhedrim Ship
this is the typical Aing-Tii starship design. Referred to sometimes as pilgrimage vessels, the Sanhedrim ships are huge, cylindrical craft which are very organic in design. Like the Mon Calamari star cruisers, no two Sanhedrim ships are exactly alike. They are unlike anything seen or produced by the rest of the galaxy, with engines, thrusters, and weapons sprouting at weird angles and placements. The hulls of Sanhedrim ships are covered with millions of glyphs and sigils that mirror those found on the bony plates of the Aing-Tii themselves. The ships average about 300 meters in length, and have a crew of 150 plus 66 gunners. Typical Sanhedrim ships are armed with the unusual Aing-Tii weaponry, often 30 energy web generators and 6 null-burst projectors. Sanhedrim ships are often well-shielded, and are hyperdrive-equipped. However, instead of a slip of pseudomotion before entering hyperspace, the Aing-Tii ships simply disappear. They reappear just as suddenly, as if they were created in their new location. Rather than direct fighting, the Aing-Tii often use these ships as battering rams, seriously disabling the slave ships they hunt. (KO, VOF)

this was a speciallized cleaning and polishing compound that was used to clean the deck plates of transport ships throughout the galaxy. Smugglers were one of the primary users of sanibuffing techniques, since it could be used to eliminate any trace of illegal substances from deckplates and other durable surfaces. (DN1)

this anti-bacterial cleaning agent was developed during the New Republic. (DN1)

a planet located in the Core. (SWJ7)

Sanjin Green Hawks
this gang of pirates worked from a base on the planet Sanjin during the early years of the New Order. They briefly controlled a base on Laakteen Depot, until the Empire drove them off the planet. (GORW)

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

this Tiss'shar businessbeing was a constituent of the Tiss'sharl League. (GG12)

this parasitic creature was native to the oceans of the panet Naboo, which it attached itself to aquatic mammals such as the sando aqua monster. (WSW)

this creature, named for the zoologist who first encountered them, was native to the planet Dancreti. Their existence has puzzled scientists for years, for they seemed to have a communal society of nomadic gatherers which possessed social structure. The average sanl'jek is a small, thin-bodied, quadripedal mammal with a long, whiplike tail. The females of the species caried their young in birth pouches,and they carried their young for nearly a year before allowing them to roam on their own. One of the more unusual aspects of the sanl'jek society is that they can determine outsiders to their social structure by their heartbeats. This sensitivity to heartbeat had a strange outgrowth: a member of one group could be attacked in a remote location, and his comrades could detect the change in the heartbeat and come to their aid. This response is immediate, and the protective sanl'jeks attack with incredible aggression. Any such inter-group struggles are fought until one side or the other is destroyed or backs off from the battle. (COG)

this Alliance agent was part of the team which was sent to the Ishanna System to counteract the inevitable Imperial subjugation. She was a confidante of Leda Kyss, and accompanied Kyss to the Combat Moon. It was here that Andos Delvaren had led Imperial forces, in an attempt to escalate a dispute between the Rabaanite and S'krrr races. A short, sturdy woman with curly hair, Sanna was accompanied to the Combat Moon by an unknown Alliance pilot (who looks a lot like Wedge Antilles). (SWJ9)

this Melodie child trained as a Jedi on Yavin 4. She was discovered by Anakin Solo and Tahiri Veila when they accompanied Lyric to Yavin 8. They brought her back to the Junior Jedi Academy with them, and persuaded Luke Skywalker to let her stay. Luke recognized the need to train the Melodies to fight back against the hostile predators of Yavin 8, and let Sannah stay. Unlike Lyric, who was nearly twenty and near her changing when she attended the Academy, Sannah was about eleven when she first attended. Sannah was still training at Yavin 4 when the Peace Brigade tried to capture the students at the praxeum and turn them over to the Yuuzhan Vong. She was caught in the crossfire and forced to hide with Valin Horn and Kam Solusar, while Anakin tried to rescue them. Sannah was turned over to Kam Solusar and his wife, Tionne, for safekeeping during the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong, training aboard the Errant Venture until a more permanent base was established at the Maw Installation. Sannah was among the handful of Jedi Knights who ultimately survived the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. (LW, EVC, UF)

San-Ni Staff
this weapon resembled a normal staff, about half a meter in length, when carried in its inactive mode. When each end is twisted and pulled apart, the San-Ni staff split into three pieces. From the two ends, a stun prod springs outward. This motion pushed a pair of power couplings into the "center" of the staff, with crackling energy keeping them connected to the stun prods. The San-Ni staff could then be used to strike or stun an opponent into submission. (GMR10)

this was the Socorran name for the summer equinox experienced on the planet. It was an incredibly hot season, and influenced by the orbit of Neftali as well as Socorro's distance from the star Sokor. (BSS)

this parasitic creature was native to the oceans of the panet Naboo, which it attached itself to aquatic mammals such as the sando aqua monster. Unlike the san-lampris, the san-pilot formed a symbiotic relationship with the sando. (WSW)

Sanrafsix Corridor
this hyperspace travel route was located near the Sisar Run. (SWJ10)

a Rodian gemstone. (EGV)

a form of spice found on the planet Ventooine, sansanna was so rare that it had been priced out of existence in fourteen systems during the Galactic Civil War. The supplies of sansanna were controlled by the Satab during the early years of the New Order, which angered the populace of Ventooine because they saw none of the financial benefit from its sale. (MC, LTA5)

Sanseon, Harris
this man was a reporter for the Old Republic's Holonet, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. He specialized in research pertaining to the Jedi Order, and developed a good working relationship with Jocasta Nu. (HNN5)

a musical instrument created on the planet Adarlon. (GG6)

this is the name of a Weequay religion. (GG12)

Sant, Cyl
this woman, a native of the planet New Bornalex, had a brief affair with a Theelin male during the early days of the New Order. The result of their tryst was a daughter, Rystall. Cyl tried hard to earn enough credits to support herself and her daughter, as the father fled New Bornalex and was never seen again. Cyl moved her small family to Coruscant during the height of the New Order, hoping to make enough credits to survive. When things didn't go exactly as she planned, Cyl was forced to give up Rystall in order to survive. She placed her infant daughter into a parked speeder, along with a note which begged the owners to love her daughter as much as she did. Cyl disappeared into the cityscape, and was not heard from again. (SWI67)

Santage, Keir
this man was rescued from an Imperial detention facility by Wedge Antilles, and later joined Rogue Squadron as a pilot and supply officer. Santage flew as Rogue Seven, and participated in twelve sorties against the Imperial shipyards at Fondor, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. He later flew with Red Squadron during the Battle of Endor. (CCG11)

this planet is located in the Hook Nebula. (GG9)

Santhar Squadron
this Alliance squad was stationed at the base established on the planet Taul. They fought bravely on th eground, but were unabel to stop the Imperial orbital assault from the Dominator. (SWJ2)

one of the ruling houses on Lianna, they controlled the various companies managed by Santhe/Seinar Technologies. The Lady Valles Santhe was a supporter of the Empire, for she felt that the Old Republic never gave her any favors or support. (DESB, ML)

Santhe Blockade Runner
a patrol craft manufactured by Santhe/Sienar Technologies on Lianna. (ML)

Santhe Corporation
this was the overseeing holding company that controlled the various Santhe and Sienar corporations. The two primary subsidiaries of Santhe Corp were Santhe Security and Santhe/Sienar Technologies. Santhe/Sienar Technologies, in turn, controlled Sienar Fleet Systems, Santhe Passenger and Freight, and Curich Engineering. (MBC)

Santhe Passenger and Freight
one of the subsidiaries of Santhe/Sienar Technologies, Santhe Passenger and Freight was one of the largest transport corporations in the Tion Hegemony. (ML, GORW)

Santhe Security
one of the various subsidiaries of Santhe/Seinar Technologies, Santhe Security provided security forces for various Imperial outposts and space stations. (SWJ9)

Santhe, Kashan
this young man was Phillip Santhe's son. A quiet man, Kashan was also a close contact of Terri Karl and a dedicated supporter of the Alliance. He uses his relationship with the Lady Valles Santhe to obtain information vital to the Alliance, although Valles and Phillip are unaware of Kashan's activities. Much of his rebellious attitude came from the acquaintances he made while at school in the Core Worlds. (ML)

Santhe, Kerred
this founder of Santhe/Sienar Technologies, Kerred Santhe managed to purchase controlling interest in Sienar Technologies some 100 years before the Battle of Yavin. A native of the planet Lianna, he moved the corporation's headquarters to Lianna and renamed the company Santhe/Sienar Technologies. (ML)

Santhe, Miri
this young girl was Phillip Santhe's daugther, and Valles Santhe's granddaughter. (ML)

Santhe, Phillip
this short, corpulent man was Valles Santhe's only son. A talented engineer, Phillip had no aptitude for politics or diplomacy. A staunch supporter of the New Order, Phillip was the leader of the NOVA project. He couldn't wait for his mother to retire so he could take control of Santhe/Sienar Technologies, and didn't care if the corporation destroyed Lianna or her people. Phillip is the only surviving member of Valles Santhe's family; the other children were killed in anti-Imperial actions by the native Lianns. He was somewhat intimidated by the presence of Rodin Verpalion during the design and creation of the NOVA project. (ML)

Santhe, Valles
this regal woman was the granddaughter of Kerred Santhe, and controlled Santhe/Sienar Technologies during the New Order of Emperor Palpatine. She favored true independence for Lianna, but remained loyal to the Empire. She detested the presence of Rodin Verpalion, and was glad when the Imperial advisor decided not to live on Lianna. It was later discovered that she had knowingly sent out transport ships into pirate traps, allowing the pirates - who were actually Alliance starship crews - to obtain needed supplies. After the Emperor's death at Endor, she managed to gain a measure of that independence, but also claimed home rule for Lianna. Lady Santhe also maintained control of the Santhe/Sienar empire, and tried to reinforce her loyalty to the New Order by creating Sienar Army Systems to supply Imperial forces with TIE crawlers and other ground-assault vehicles. (ML, NEGC)

Santhe/Sienar Technologies
this conglomerate was originally known as Sienar Technologies, until Kerred Santhe managed to purchase a majority control of Sienar. He forced the corporation to move its headquarters to Lianna, where it was responsible for the design of several civilian starship designs and components. It was also the parent company of Sienar Fleet Systems, Santhe Passenger and Freight, and Curich Engineering. Following the growth of the New Republic, Lady Valles Santhe decided that she would enter the military market, and began designing war machines under the monicker Sienar Army Systems. Their first designs were provided to the forces supporting the reborn Emperor Palpatine in the battle for Coruscant. Note that the Dark Empire Sourcebook says that Lady Santhe wanted to take control of the floundering Seinar Fleet Systems and remake it in her own image. The result was Santhe/Seinar Technologies, a company independent of Imperial control but willing, nonetheless, to deal almost exclusively with the Empire. Santhe/Sienar was one of the original voting sponsors of the Corporate Sector Authority. (DESB, EGV, CSA, ML)

Santherian Tenho-root
this plant's extract is often used by drug addicts who wish to escape the harsh realities of life and experience everything as a gentle sunset. The effects of tehno-root were especially powerful to members of the Falleen race, which experienced an intense psychotropic episode after taking it. (POT, MJH)

this is one of several small, industrial towns strewn across the northern coast of Anai, on the planet Lianna. (ML)

Santhou Lazith'chika
this alien was Force-sensitive, and decided to learn everything he could about the Force and Jedi during the height of the New Order. Santhou was a friend of Lens and Milla Reekeene, and together they founded Reekeene's Roughnecks. Santhou's species was unknown in the galaxy, and Santhou worked hard to maintain the secret. A humorous and warm being, Santhou balanced the agressiveness of Lens Reekeene and the neutrality of Milla. He was humanoid in stature, but his legs had an extra join and his eyes were very wide. Santhou's skin was a pasty-grey color, which made him look like a corpse. Santhou had been travelling the galaxy for 200 years before joining the Roughnecks. (SWCP)

this Twi'lek was a member of Warburton's criminal underground until Luke Skywalker met him inside the Tol Ado prison facility. Santo was actually an Imperial spy, sent out to infiltrate Warburton's gang and discover their whereabouts. Santo nearly succeeded, but Luke managed to warn Warburton before Imperial Governor Parnell could attack their hideout. (JH)

this man served in the ranks of the Empire's Ghost Squadron, in the year leading up to the Battle of Yavin. Santo was part of the platoon dispatched to subjugate Sulon and capture Morgan Katarn, and served under Lieutenant Brazack during the attack. It was Santo who disabled Morgan's droid, Weegee. (SFE)

this portly man was the leader of Shawken's government, during the last years of the New Order. He welcomed Luke Skywalker and Plif to Shawken shortly after the Battle of Endor, to discuss the future of the galaxy's government. (MC87)

the wood of this tree, native to the planet Ansion, was used to create wondrous sculptures by the Ansionian artists of the Old Republic. (APS)

this star was the central body in the Sanyassa System, located in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. (GMR9)

Sanyassa IV
this gloomy, storm-shrouded world was located in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. It was known as the homeworld of the Sanyassan race. (UANT)

this was the spoken language of the Sanyassan race, punctuated by guttural snarls, shrieks, and growls. (UANT)

this humanoid race of beings was native to the planet Sanyassa IV, located in the Moddell Sector of the galaxy. They were known as scavengers, and would readily attack any being who crossed their path. Tall and well-muscled, Sanyassans resembled walking skeletons, with lanky hair and greenish skin. Their history contained several eras of advanced thinking and technology, which were eventually wiped out by the current "might makes right" kleptocracy. The Sanyassan preferred to prey upon the Ewoks of the Forest Moon of Endor, hoping to eventually exterminated the small bipeds. A subspecies of Sanyassan, known as the Marauders, evolved on the Forest Moon of Endor after their ship crash-landed there. (SWI66, UANT)

this planet was the homeworld of the Krish race. A temperate world, Sanza's landmasses were dedicated to agriculture, manufacturing, or sports arenas and casinos. (AE, UANT)

this planet, located in the Kathol Outback, is one of the most isolated worlds of Kathol Sector. It was located between Timbra Ott and Binaros, but was not as profitable a run as going to Jangelle and the Kathol Republic. The planet had entered an ice age during the last millennium of the Old Republic, and much of the planet was covered by the advancing polar ices caps. A band of temperate lowlands straddled the equator, and this fertile land was settled by a group of colonists. The colonists there grew fruits and grains for trade with Timbra Ott, and created a tasty wine from their grapes. This trade allowed the colonists to maintain a mutual defense pact with Timbra Ott, although the Sapellan navy was quite small and outdated. (KO)

this was a common name among the Lepi people. (UANT)

this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Saper, Hallis
this woman was a sludgenews reporter from the planet Bonadan before she joined the New Republic as a documentarian. She had developed a way to interview her subjects without interfering with their actions, but implemented it in a strange way. She found that children disliked being recorded by beings with cameras and other equipment, but that they actually enjoyed the presence of a droid who served as the interviewer's assistant, but which could also record them. She thought that the best of both worlds would be to have a specially-made protocol droid head created, complete with recording instruments, which she could wear on her shoulder. The droid head, which she nicknamed Whitecap for its coloration, had specialized components that allowed it to follow her eye movements and record what she was looking at. However, the combination - which made Hallis resemble a two-headed lady - tended to cause more disruption than reduce apprehension. When she accepted the role of documenting the negotiations with the Adumari, she brought Whitecap along with her. Wedge Antilles, who served as the chief diplomat, Wes Janson, Tycho Celchu, and Hobbie Klivian all wondered at the effectiveness of Whitecap. They each had a part in developing a system which fit within an ornate hair clip to replace Whitecap's protocol droid head, allowing Hallis to record everything without the intrusive stares aimed at the "two-headed lady." During the negotiations with the Adumari, Hallis managed to record a secret conversation between Tomer Darpen and the perator of Cartann, Pekaelic ke Teldan, in which Darpen accused Wedge of being a rogue and acting on his own behalf instead of that of the New Republic. This evidence exposed Darpen's own treacherous plans to bring the planet Adumar into the Republic. She managed to get copies of this recording into the hands of the New Republic Intelligence agency, which arrested Darpen and allowed Wedge to complete the negotiations. After the Adumari agreed to join the Republic, Hallis returned to her regular duties. She later accepted a position within the New Republic Intelligence agency, and spent the early part of her career investigating the Yuuzhan Vong. (SOA, BP)

this red-furred Ryn was part of the group, led by Melisma and Gaph, who was on Gyndine searching for Droma. Sapha was separated from her sister Melisma when the Yuuzahn Vong attacked Gyndine before the refugees could be evacuated. Sapha was part of a group captured by the Vong and enslaved aboard the Creche', tending to the needs of an immature yammosk. When the priest Moorsh arrived on the ship, he summoned the Sapha and the other Ryn to have them tell his fortune. (JE)

this fragrant plant was grown for its leaves, which were dried for use in steeping tea. The tea made from sapir leaves was a subtle green in color, and was equally as fragrant as the leaves themselves. Many beings drank sapir tea because they believed it had soothing qualities. (SOJ)

this was one of the many crystals used by the ancient Jedi Knights in the construction of a lightsaber. It was believed to have given the wielder better control of the lightsaber, thereby increasing the ability to cause more energy damage to an opponent. Each sapith crystal was formed from the excretions of the volice worm, which only created the crystals once every eleven years. (KOTOR)

this bartender assisted the New Republic's Sector Rangers in capturing the Karazak slaver Iquar by getting the man extremely drunk and asking him to relate the story of the capture of Janissa Locrin. (GG11)

this was the slang term used to describe those individuals who performed hard labor for the Balawai, on the planet Haruun Kal, during the height of the Clone Wars. (SHPT)

Sapper Charge
this small, explosive device was commonly used by military boarding parties. It produced a noxious smoke that consumed much of the surrounding supply of oxygen, robbing unprotected individuals of the ability to breathe. (HSR)

this strikingly beautiful woman was a courier and smuggler working for the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. She grew up as a Navy brat, since both of her parents worked as TIE Fighter maintenance techs for the Empire. Sapphire was going to join the Imperial Academy when an explosion in a fighter bay killed her parents. The cause of the explosion was discovered to be the carelessness of Lieutenant Tizzin, the new officer at the base, but his family ties kept him in command. Sapphire's parents were blamed for the explosion, and she has hated the Empire ever since. She vowed to hunt down Tizzin and exact revenge on him. She joined the Alliance short after the deaths of her parents, and ran several smuggling runs with Kevas Startron. When she completed a major run for him, but kept her role in the job a secret, he bequeathed her his starship, the New Cov Quasar. She later renamed the ship to be the Sapphire's Gem. (CRO)

Sapphire Lake
this artificial lake was formed in Hollowtown, on Centerpoint Station, as a kind of nature preserve. (CCW)

Sapphire's Gem
formerly known as the New Cov Quasar, this smuggling ship was owned by the Alliance courier known as Sapphire. A Hyrotil Crescent-class transport, it was equipped with an array of passive sensors and stealth equipment. Sapphire armed it with a pair of fire-linked concussion missile launchers, claiming that these were easier to shield than conventional energy weapons. (CRO)

located near Dentaal, the planet Sappire was a strong supporter of the Alliance. (SWJ5)

this Corellian smuggler played a game of sabacca with Tere Metallo on Sarahwiee, while the Riileb was helping Gil Crosear and Alex Winger rescue Carl Barzon. (SWJ6)

this was the name used by the Troig people to describe the left head on their body. (SWDB)

this was the name used by the Troig people to describe the right head on their body. (SWDB)

this elderly Svivreni was a noted metallurgist and miner who worked for many years on Ovise III before retiring with his personal fortune to the planet Thonner. During the early years of the New Republic, he established his own venture prospecting company, searching for hidden pockets of resources beneath Thonner's shallow seas. It was rumored that Saqc'or had once been a slave of the Empire, placed on Thonner to help search for raw materials during the construction of the second Death Star. (GMR9)

this man was one of the many beings who lived in the Refugee Sector of Nar Shaddaa, following the Mandalorian Wars and the Jedi Civil War. Saquesh was also working for The Exchange, and continually watched his fellow refugees for any individuals who might be of use to his bosses. Saquesh was behind the kindapping of Nadaa's daughter, holding the young girl hostage to force Nadaa to pay off her debts. After Nadaa convinced The Exile to intercede, Saquesh didn't take the interference in his affairs lightly, and tried to bully The Exile into leaving. The resulting scuffle escalated until Saquesh was killed by The Exile. (KOTOR2)

Sar Agorn
this ancient Jedi Master was a member of a race which resembled an amorphous blob, suspended in a greenish mixture of gases. His personality was placed into one of the few surviving Jedi Holocrons, from which Master Agorn provided education and historical insight on Jedi traditions and philosophy. (PJSB)

Sar Galva
this small mining outpost was located in the Murul Trench, on Calamari. (SWJ10)

Sar Labooda
this Chalactan Jedi Knight served the order as a contemporary of Depa Billaba, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Sar Omant
this Zabrak male served as a Colonel in the Freelance Mercenary Corps, during the height of the Clone Wars. He was badly injured on the planet Drongar, and was brought to the Rimsoo Seven medical facility for treatment, after Republic Intelligence decided that he needed to be interrogated. Unknown to his surgeon, Jos Vondar, it had been Sar Omant and his command that led the attack on Rimsoo Seven that killed Zan Yant. (SWI83)

Sar X
the Sullustan Lambda-class shuttle dispatched from the Cosuf transports, it carried the Sullustan diplomats to their rendezvous with Alliance personnel, just prior to the Battle of Yavin. (XW)

Sarab Mullo
this was the name of a noted member of Nimbanese society. (UANT)

Saraban City
this was one of the largest cities found on the planet Sibisime. (GMR10)

this desert world was the third planet in orbit around the star known as Kuna's Tail, and was often referred to as Kuna's Tail III. At one point in its distant history, Sarafur rotated about its axis like most other planets, and supported an idigenous form of sentient life. Over the millennia, however, it stopped rotating, and the ancient race soon died out. Sarafur remained tidelocked from that point forward, and much of it's landscape was either scoured by heat or frozen. Among the ruins found along the terminus, lawless communities arose, founded by prospectors, treasure hunters, and fugitives. Many of the planet's inhabitants told stories of the artifact known as the Tessent being hidden somewhere on Sarafur, either in the tomb of an ancient alien king or in the horde of a long-lost crimelord. (GMR9)

this Mid RIm world is located in the Bseto System, but was unknown to the Old Republic. It was discovered shortly after the birth of the Empire, and Palpatine kept its location a secret in order to create a research base there. Following the Battle of Endor, some of the remaining fleet captains continued to make stops there, and the facility continued to run. However, after the Battle of Bilbringi, the supply runs were contracted out. On one of these runs, Luke Skywalker and a group of Alliance agents infiltrated the base and liberated some of the scientists. Sarahwiee is a frigid, rocky world which as a day of 28 standard hours and a year of 398 local days. (SWJ6)

Saran Vydek
this was the name of a noted Vodran individual. (UANT)

this planet was known as the homeworld of the vaapad. A volcanic world, Sarapin was considered inhospitable to most forms of life. The Old Republic tapped into the fathomless energy of the lava hidden beneath the planet's surface by erecting collection facilities that bored into the volcanic rock to draw heat and other forms of energy. Although the Energy Collection Repository was protected by an dense energy grid, it was overrun shortly before the Battle of Yavin. (NEGC, GBC)

this was one of the many hives that made up the Colony. Like all other hives within the Colony, the members of the Saras hive referred to themselves, as well as the entire nest, as Saras, and acted upon the Will of the Saras hive. The Saras established their nest on the moon Ruu, but were later relocated to Woteba after thye Qoribu crisis was resolved. Despite being part of the Colony, the Saras nest was notable for its artistic skill, as evidenced by the hive's ability to create wonderful artwork from spinglass and other materials. (DN1, DN2)

Saras Krenin
this female Rodian was a bounty hunter with a burning desire to capture Han Solo. A member of House Benelex, Saras was known as an individual who would turn in her best friend, if the bounty was high enough. Once on a case, she made every effort to make her target aware of the fact that she was coming to get him, a practice which helped her spook many a bounty into a stupid move. However, she was known to have broken off several hunts on word that Solo was in the vicinity. (GG10)

Sarconian Green Flea
an insect with little intelligence of any kind. (DMSH)

Saccoria's single moon, Sarcophagus was a source of pride among the native Sacorrians. The natives of Sacorria buried all their dead on the moon, in order to help preserve the natural beauty of their world. This also allowed them to look up into the night sky and think of the billions of bodies buried there. Many superstitions arose around the moon, most of them associating the full moon with a period of an increased number of deaths. Also, it was illegal to focus a telescope on the moon, out of reverence for the dead and tradition. (AC, CCW)

this Imperial warship was stationed near the Obsidian research platform as protection. However, the Alliance's assault on the station was too powerful for the Sardis to repel, and the Imperial facility was destroyed. The Sardis was also destroyed in the battle. (XWA)

a planet. (AIR)

Sardu Sallowe
this being - it was believed that he was human - was one of the galaxy's best trackers, during the height of the New Order. Sardu's face was hidden beneath a heavy cloak, and was covered with a complex respirator that allowed him to discover the underlying scents of his surroundings. It was rumored that Sardu was the son of moisture farmers who were attacked by Tusken Raiders. Left to die, Sardu was taken in by a clan of Jawas and raised to adulthood. He developed his clothing to mimic the appearance of a Jawa, complete with glowing, yellow eyes and the respirator unit. This device allowed him to track his quarry by scent. Sardu was attended by a swarm of Jawa assistants, who served as information scouts to assist in his searches. He even traveled the deserts of Tatooine in a TaggeCo Survey-class crawler, a smaller version of the huge Sandcrawlers used by the Jawas. Sardu Sallowe was hired by Embra the Hutt to assist Zuckuss and 4-LOM locate the Yavin Vassilika, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. (UYV, GMR6)

Sareet System
this planetary system is the home of the Sareeta race of humanoids. (SWJ8)

this race of humanoids is native to the Sareet System. They have mottled pink skin and large, lidless eyes. (SWJ8)

Sarell Harmion
one of the three Harmion brothers employed by Sarlim Gastess, Sarell was just as ruthless and cunning as his siblings. In the Gastess' Finance system, the Harmions were installed as upper-level managers in newly-acquired corporations, where they removed management and employees much like a surgery removing a growth. The Harmions seemed to relish their work, enjoying the destruction of corporations and the anguish caused to their employees. (GG9)

this Drall female served as the Duchess of her family during the height of the New Order. A heavyset individual with graying fur and intricate earrings, Sarella was known for her ties to both the government and the corporations of the planet Drall. Much of this information came from her close relative, Drusa. (CCW)

Sareth, Owen
this Alliance agent was responsible for recruiting Devon Fuller. (GG9)

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