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this was the name of the Duelist Elite dueling droid Darth Maul once trained against. It was named because it was armed with a steel rapier. It was destroyed by Maul in combat, shortly before he was ordered to hunt down Hath Monchar. (DMSH)

this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (XW)

Rapier, Jobal
this popular holovid star married his regular co-star, Yari Cranna, more than two years before the onset of the Clone Wars. They split up just two and a half years later. Jobal claimed that he had married Yari because she was the perfect accent to his wardrobe and his image, although Yari claimed that Jobal was jealous of the fact that she made more credits than he did. Jobal simply replied that it was time to put Jobal back in the center of things. (HNN5)

Rapora Mining
this corporation specialized in starting mining booms on planets with deep reserves of natural materials, during the height of the New Order. (SWJ10)

Rapotwanalantonee Tivtotolon
this was the full name of the musician Rappertunie. (CCG9, SWI67)

this man was a member of Samuel Tomas Gillespee's smuggling group during the early years of the New Republic. (TLC)

this Shawda Ubb musician played the growdi for the Max Rebo Band. His full name was Rapotwanalantonee Tivtotolon. He grew up wanting to travel, something most of his species loathed. As a child, Rappertunie saved his credits and eventually bought passage to Shanpan. While there, he encountered beings from a multitude of species and cultures, and he eventually joined a Shanpa band in order to earn more credits. It while playing with these bands that he adopted the name Rappertunie, since it was easier for other species to pronounce. When he saw the Max Rebo Band play on Manpha, Rappertunie was given the chance to join the band. He eagerly agreed, and his growdi music blended in nicely with the band's jizz sound. When the band was employed by Jabba the Hutt, Rappertunie found that the dry, desert heat affected his playing as well as dried out his skin. He petitioned Sy Snootles to break off the engagement, and his wish was answered when Jabba was killed at the Pit of Carkoon. After touring briefly with Sy Snootles until her career failed, Rappertunie took a job as a computer engineer with Rebaxan Columni, and worked on several upgrades to the MSE-6 line of droids. (RJSE, CCG9, MTSE, SWI67)

this annoyingly efficient Imperial officer was assigned to Captain Deyd Llnewe aboard the customs vessel Vigilant in the years leading up to the Battle of Yavin. While Llnewe resented Raprice's constant adherence to regulations, Raprice chafed at Llnewe's unorthodox methods. Both men were humbled when they discovered that the ships Han Solo had been piloting through their checkpoints were actually stolen and later sold to the Alliance. (T2)

an Preybird-class attack ship owned by Mazzic, the Raptor was blue in color with a red bird of flames on its wings. Mazzic and his crews performed heavy modifications to the Raptor and its twin, the Skyclaw, acquiring military parts produced by the Empire on the black market in order to augment their capabilities. The ship required a pilot and a gunner to operate, and was armed with a pair of havey laser cannons and two concussion missile launchers. (TLC, LCSB, GMR4)

an Alliance Nebulon-B Frigate destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this Imperial-class Star Destroyer was stationed in Kathol Sector, under the command of Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne, during the early years of the New Republic. The Raptor and the Bastion were called into duty during the Battle of Kathol, and began to turn the tide of the battle toward the Imperials, just before the deaths of DarkStryder and Moff Sarne. After Sarne's death, the Raptor was returned to the main Imperial fleet, and was part of the task force commanded by Admiral Pellaeon in the wake of the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. It was dispatched as the flagship on the mission to capture Orinda. (E, WOA30)

this was the name of the huge warship that served as the flagship of Iaco Stark's navy, during the Stark Hyperspace War. It was under the command of the Zabrak pirate Zur at the time. The Raptor was infiltrated by Jedi Masters Qui-Gon Jinn and Tholme and their Padawans, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Quinlan Vos, in an effort to put an end to Stark's control. The Jedi managed to rework the navigational computer virus Stark had used to disable Ranulph Tarkin's fleet, placing it within the computers of the Raptor and her support ships. (SHW)

this piscine being was a noted bounty hunter who operated during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Raptor was easily distinguished by the large gills that dominated his head, which was topped with wiry hair that looked like tiny horns. Raptor was part of an unlikely group that was put together by Magus to hunt down Talesan Fry, after the young boy discovered their plans to assassinate twenty galactic leaders at a conference on Rondai-2. Raptor entered the Ulta Center by diving into one of the many pools that covered the grounds, using his gills to breathe underwater as he worked his way inside the complex. Upon entering the Ulta Center, Raptor found that he had been followed by Qui-Gon Jinn. He tried to fire his rocket launcher at the Jedi Master, but Qui-Gon was able to outsmart the bounty hunter. The Jedi was able to momentarily confuse a rocket, causing it to target Raptor instead. Raptor was unable to move out of the way, and perished in the resulting explosion. (SOJ)

this Trandoshan thug worked as a bodyguard and punisher for the crimelord Vex, on the planet Cularin, during the final years of the Old Republic. (LFCW)

Raptor Run
this swoopracing course was designed by Blizz Pinnix, and built near The Pits on Stend VI. It was named for Pinnix's own racing vehicle, the Black Raptor. It was a dangerous course of twisting pathways, canyons, and mazes formed from demolished buildings. The course was built on the site of a former Imperial ordnance testing facility, which Pinnix purchased for thousands of credits below market value. (WSV)

Zsinj's special forces organization, the Raptors were noted for their ability to penetrate and destroy planetary defense systems. They were also Zsinj's personal police force, carrying out his orders in secret. The Raptors took the place of traditional stormtroopers in Zsinj's war machine. Their banner was made up of the colors red, black, and yellow. They wore a modified version of the standard stormtrooper body armor, with the armor being entirely black in color. Following the death of Zsinj at Dathomir, it is believed that surviving Raptors may have set out on their own, looking for another Imperial warlord to serve. (CPL, SOC, CTD)

this vicious gang controlled much of Coruscant's Crimson Corridor, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. Their ranks were open to individuals of varying races, and their leader was a human known only as Green Hair. (DMSH)

this immense avian insect was native to the planet Corellia. (E3N)

Raquish Thoroughfare
found in the center of Quantill City, on the planet Ando, this wide avenue was noted for its architecture. (HNN4)

this aquatic being was adopted by human parents, after the destruction of her homeworld. The only surviving member of her race, Raquitayben decided to move to Iskalon when she was only enough, to live among the other aquatic races that lived on the planet. (GMR1)

this was the Weequay god of the night. (GORW)

Raquoran, Gregor
this man was, at one time, the Commerce Master Commissioner of the Velcar Free Commerce Zone. A native of the planet Capza, Raquoran suffered from a glandular disorder that made him appear obese and dim-witted. However, Raquoran was a shrewd businessman, and was one of the business leaders who gathered aboard the Reaper to attend the Pentastar Talks which were held by Moff Ardus Kaine. Despite his own concerns that the VFCZ was well in hand, Raquoran eventually submitted to Kaine's will and signed the Pentastar Alignment Treaty, recognizing the New Republic would take control of the VFCZ if he didn't ally himself with Kaine. (SWJ3)

this was the Weequay name for a dark wolf, which was derived from the god Ra'quor. Ra'quor, the god of the night, was said to move about in the form of an obsidian-furred canine. (GORW)

this was one of the many Twi'leki clans which were native to the planet Ryloth. In the Twi'leki language, the clan's name meant "bold". (GCG)

this avian predator was native to the planet Duro, but eventually died out. (GCG)

this was a common name given to male Duros children. The name Raraza referred to an extinct species of avian predator once found on the planet Duro. (GCG)

Rarefied Air Cavalry
this was one of the most prestigious military units from the planet Virujansi. During the height of the Clone Wars, the Rarefied Air Cavalry assisted Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker, and their clone troopers to defeat the Separatist forces which tried to capture Unparala. (SWI72)

this small creature was the favorite food of a sovler. (VOF)

this was one of the many small communities that were created by the Wookiees of the planet Kashyyyk. Its economy was focused on the harvesting and sale of agricultural goods on Kashyyyk itself. (GMR4)

this was one of the most common Gungan surnames, taking from the father's side of the family. These surnames were not dropped, even after marriage. To the Gungans, it meant "hunter-gatherer". (GCG)

this gas giant was the sixth and outermost planet of the Kuat System. It was orbited by twenty-two moons. (CCW)

this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

Rascal Squadron
Ace Merrick's X-Wing squadron sent to take out the Arah asteroid mines. (RA2)

Rasch, Dessiva
this attractive and deadly woman was one of the more powerful representatives of the Klatooinan Trade Guild. Always attended by a group of Kaltooinan bodyguards, she managed her operations from the moon Gall during the height of the New Order. (PSG)

RA-series Droid
this model of servant droid, manufactured by Cybot Galactica, was based on the 3PO series of protocol droids. However, it was much less expensive, and was designed to appeal to a more domestic owner. (SWJ14)

the green leaves of this plant, native to Haruun Kal, was used to roll small cigarras. (SHPT)

this man served the Old Republic as a pilot, and was one of the first military officers to recognize that the rule of Emperor Palpatine was corrupt. Captain Rashh was among the first to throw in his support with the fledgling Alliance. (SWG8)

this Bothan name was given to newborn males. Translated into Basic, it meant "peaceful" or "tranquil." (GCG, WOTC)

Rashnoor Pass
this cleft was located on the tallest peak of the planet Belsavis, and nearly split the mountain in two. (EGP)

this Wookiee male was one of Krayn's most trusted lieutenants, some four years after the Battle of Naboo. Rashtah and Zora were the point beings in many of Krayn's hijacking missions. Despite his species' aversion to slavery, Rashtah was nevertheless extremely loyal to Krayn. When Obi-Wan Kenobi infiltrated Krayn's spice processing facilities on Nar Shaddaa, Krayn sent Rashtah to deal with him. Rashtah managed to pummel Obi-Wan quite badly, until the Jedi was able to activate his lightsaber and fight back. Rashtah fought to the death, when Obi-Wan sliced through his chest and killed him. (JQ)

this man was an ancient Onderonian street philosopher and Naddist, who helped Exar Kun find the hidden Sith artifacts on the Dxun moon. (DLS)

Raskane IV
a planet. (GG9)

one of the few surviving Iridium space pirates, Raskar was the owner the last power gem that was existed in the galaxy. He retired to a little-known rim world, and made his money betting on fights which he staged against those who wanted the gem. He kept his skills sharp battling dueling droids. When Chewbacca beat his best warrior and Han Solo took possession of the gem, Raskar faded into anonymity for awhile, becoming a bounty hunter for Jabba the Hutt. He convinced Jabba to let him capture Solo, and tried to capture Solo by tracking the Millennium Falcon to Hoth. Han managed to escape the initial encounter, with some help from Luke Skywalker. Raskar tried to steal Han's reward for rescuing Leia from Grand Moff Tarkin, chasing them beneath the surface of the planet. There, they discovering the presence of lumni-spice. Raskar agreed to let Solo go free for his take of the lumni-spice. A dragon-slug attacked them, and Luke was able to defeat it. After both Solo and Raskar escaped from Hoth, Raskar later rescued Solo from Skorr, on Ord Mantell. (CSW)

this former Imperial Captain served under Warlord Zsinj during the period following the Battle of Endor and the breakup of the Empire. He directed the assault force which landed aboard the Kuat Drive Yards facility building the Razor's Kiss, then took command of the stolen Super-class ship as they attempted to flee Kuat. Raslan was unable to make much progress, as the Razor's Kiss was inefficiently tuned, and they were eventually caught by the New Republic. Raslan died in the first wave of attacks on the Super-class ship. (IF)

this was the term used to describe a family of avian creatures found throughout the galaxy. (GQRG)

Rasp Ravine
this was the name given to a section of the Agrilat Swamp Circuit, one of the most popular swoop racing courses of the New Order. (SWGAL)

this man was a member of the Nebula Front team, led by Captain Cohl, which infiltrated the Trade Federation battleship Revenue shortly before the Battle of Naboo. Unfortunately for Rasper, he was shot and killed in the initial struggle. (COD)

the bones of this predator, native to the planet Saki, were used by Sakiyan hunters to create handles for knives other bladed weapons. The black surface of a rass bone was pebbled and hard, providing a grip that wouldn't slide around in a bloody or sweaty hand. The use of a rass-bone blade indicated a hunter's prowess, since it indicated that the wielder had taken down one of the most vicious predators on their homeworld. (MBS)

Rassh, Nuendo
this man was arrested on Stend VI, for running supplies to Fortress Keremark, during the Galactic Civil War. Rassh was known to have used five reprogrammed Hatchling maintenance droids to service his personal starship. (HAS, FTD)

Airen Cracken escaped from the Kuat Drive Yards shipyard warehouse on this planet by eluding pursuit on an Aratech A14 repulsor-disk. (CFG)

a native of the planet Ennth, Rastur was the leader of the evacuation of Another Hopetown. He was married to Shinnan, and they worked tirelessly to ready their town for evacuation when the planet's eight-year cycle of destruction occurred. He was a decorated soldier who served his planet and the galaxy well, and was known for his heroic actions in the heat of battle. He gladly accepted Zekk's help when Ennth's moon began its close orbit, and they got most everyone to a space station before the worst damage occurred. When Zekk questioned why the settlers kept rebuilding rather than resettling on a less active planet, Rastur explained that Ennth was their world, and theirs alone, and they felt that they owed it to the planet and themselves to carry on. He was devstated by the loss of Shinnan, but kept working to ensure everyone else was safe. (SHA)

this Imperial freighter was assigned to deliver hyperdrive repair parts to the stranded Laantis, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Rat Monster
a large, rodent-like creature that inhabits the subterranean realms of Imperial City on Coruscant. It has large tusks that it uses as weapons, and is covered by plated armor and large spines on its back. (JS, DA)

Rat People
denizens living in the depths of the older sections of Imperial City on Coruscant. Like many of the city's sub-world alien creatures, the rat people shy away from bright lights. They are also farily timid, and will run from any form of confrontation. (CPL)

Rat Roach
this species of insect was known to inhabit the bulkheads of starships and other dark places, where it fed on easily obtained metals such as electrical wiring. They had two antennae, one on each end of their body, and were protected by a collection of sharp quills on their backs. Rat roaches protected themselved by curling up their antennae and rolling into a ball shape, exposing all their quills. (TBSB)

Rata Nebula
this gaseous cloud was located near the planet Csilla, in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy. (GMR7)

this was the capital city of Thisspias. (NEGC)

this was a slang term for any lowlife criminal, often used by smugglers. (HTTE)

Ratchet Gramzee
this male Ugnaught was a member of Sebolto's gang during the years following the Battle of Naboo. The Corporate Alliance issued a bounty for his capture in connection with the theft of classified chemical manufacturing information that was later used in the production of death sticks, which were later discovered to have been laced with deadly neurotoxins. This bounty was eventually claimed by Jango Fett, who managed to locate Gramzee and his partner, Lokk Gimble. on Malastare during his attempt to meet with Sebolto. (BH)

this man was a small-time criminal during the early years of the New Republic. He was hired by IT to steal Leia Organa Solo's datapad from her Coruscant apartment, shortly after her marriage to Han Solo, in an effort to implicate her in the droid's schemes. Rath was nearly thwarted by Chewbacca's son, Lumpawarrump, who was in the apartment at the time. Rath escaped, but was pursued by the Wookiees. (AFA)

Rath Kelkko
this Anzati male was one of the most powerful crime figures on his homeworld of Anzat, during the height of the Clone Wars. He was Sora Bulq's primary contact during this time, and was working with the former Jedi Master to establish a Shadow Army for the Separatists when they were discovered by Jedi Masters Tholme and Aayla Secura. He traveled to Saleucami to train the cloned Morgukai warriors that had been created for the Shadow Army, teaching them the ways of the Anzati assassins. (RT, RSOS)

Rath, Hogun
this legendary bounty hunter was known as a single-minded individual, quietly and unceremoniously completed each hunt he took on. His skills as a tracker and hunter were excellent, and he had a cold-blooded detachment from his targets that made him all the more efficient. In the wake of the Bounty Hunter Wars, Rath was removed from the Empire's most-wanted list because it was believed he was dead. Rath, however, was quite alive, and was courted by the Alliance to join the Galactic Civil War. (RESB)

this planet is known as a tourist destination, but is by no means popular. This suits its visitors just fine, as many of them go to Rathalay for its private beaches. It was here that the former Imperial Grand Admiral Grant retired, after he defected to the New Republic. Later, Han Solo took his family there during the Yevethan Purge, to help Leia Organa-Solo clear her mind in preparation for the battle to come. (SOL, SWI66)

Rathalayan Firestone
this variety of firestone was similar in appearance to a Gallian firestone. (MBS)

Rathe Palror
this Tunroth sharpshooter was a member of Churhee's Riflemen. A member of the shturlan class, he was one of the few survivors of the assault on Y'Trella. Rathe decided to forgo his pro-Imperial stance and later assisted Riij Winward in his escape from Tatooine. (GG12, TFE, SWJ12)

this Whiphid Spearmaster was the leader of a group of Whiphids which settled on Kothlis to partake of the wild game to be found in the Arblis Forest. The Whiphids settled into an abandoned smelting plant, left behind by Raynor Mining Enterprises, and used the facility as their base of operations. (SPG)

this small creature was the traditional prey of the Nediji race. (MJH)

this huge, armored rodent lives in the deepest, darkest regions of the bowels of Imperial City. A row of spikes runs along its back and down its tail, and large tusks stud its mouth. The ratidillo, also called a rat monster or a kragget rat, is a scavenger. (JASB)

Rationalist Party
this socio-political group, formed from the Newcomers to the planet Nam Chorios, was led by the younger incarnation of Seti Ashgad. It served as the main faction of support for Ashgad and his unknown superior, Dzym. They continually attacked Theran gun emplacements on the planet, in hopes of allowing free trade to come to Nam Chorios. They were not aware of Ashgad's connections to Dzym and the real reason for the attacks on the gun platforms. (POT)

Ratitan Whisperfly
this small insect is known for its soft, insistent buzzing. (SOP)

this Gamorrean served as the computer and droid specialist for the Friends of Paran, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He wore a special translation device around his neck, in order to better communicate with his fellow rebels. (OE)

this New Republic Senator was the Chairman of the Science and Technology Council. An Elomin, Rattagagech supported Borsk Fey'lya, and voted to remove Leia Organa-Solo from power when Krall Praget questioned her ability to rule. (SOL)

the history of this planet was written in blood, as the natives were considered barbarians who lived with violence and bloodshed on a daily basis. The planet was located in a remote cornor of the galaxy, and was unknown even into the last days of the Old Republic. Because resources were scarce on the planet, and since there was no trade with the outside galaxy, the struggle for survival became paramount to the native Rattataki. Small tribes gathered together to pool their resources, and wars over fertile ground became commonplace. This evolution toward violence kept the Rattataki from discovering space travel, and they were quite unprepared when a starship full of slavers arrived on Rattatak. However, the Rattataki quickly realized that the slavers could bring stronger warriors to Rattatak, and renewed violence spread across the planet. This barbaristic existence was temporarily halted when Asajj Ventress rose to power, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. When she left Rattatak to join Count Dooku, Rattatak reverted to its old ways. (SWDB, CWC1)

this race of near-humans, characterized by their thin bodies and pasty-white skin, was native to the remote world of Rattatak. Because resources were scarce on Rattatak, and since there was no trade with the outside galaxy, the struggle for survival became paramount to the Rattataki. Small tribes gathered together to pool their resources, and wars over fertile ground became commonplace. This evolution toward violence kept the Rattataki from discovering space travel, and they were quite unprepared when a starship full of slavers arrived on Rattatak. The wiry Rattataki were of no use to the slavers, being too difficult to train. However, the Rattataki quickly realized that the slavers could bring stronger warriors to Rattatak, and renewed violence spread across the planet. Tribal warlords began pitting personal champions and gladiators against each other in large arenas, leading to the formation of the Blood Sport of Rattatak. (SWDB)

Ratter Thist
this small, agile creature has tan fur marked by varying stripes. They have sharp, retractable claws, and are often used to guard livetsock in mountain valleys. Moranda Savich asked for them when she first entered the Exoticalia Pet Emporium, trying to draw out Navett and Klif. They are sometimes called Kordulian krisses. (VOF)

Ratts Tyerell
this perpetually happy alien was considered one of the Outer Rim's best podracer pilots. Ratts was a member of the Aleena race, and flew in a Vokoff-Strood Titan 215 podracer. Unfortunately for Ratts and his family, he was killed during the Boonta Eve Classic race on Tatooine, which saw Anakin Skywalker defeat Sebulba. His family was orphaned on Tatooine in the wake of his death. (RAC, IG1, IWE1, OWS, JQ3)

Ratts Tyerell Foundation
founded by Pabs Tyerell in the memory of his father, Ratts Tyerell, this organization sought to outlaw podracing. The basis of the Foundation's goals was the death of Ratts Tyerell during the Boonta Eve Classic on Tatooine, which left his family without a husband and father. The Foundation hoped to ban podracing in order to avoid subjecting other families to similar hardships. (HNN4)

this was a noted member of the Yarkora race. (UANT)

this female name was common among the Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

the short name for a repulsorlift assault vehicle. Floating fortresses, command speeders, and repulsortanks are all examples of RAVs, which in turn are a form of ground assault vehicle (GAV). (SWJ9)

Rav Mjalu
this was a noted Bimm individual, distinguished in the history of the planet Bimmisaari. (UANT)

this planet was conquered by the Epicanthix people. (SESB)

an Imperial Lancer-class frigate assigned to the Rachuk System about two and a half years after the Battle of Endor. It was destroyed during the New Republic raid on Vladet, when Corran Horn flew his X-Wing directly at the Ravager, allowing Warden Squadrons' Y-Wings to target his ship with their torpedoes. At the last minute, Horn's X-Wing swung around hard near the Ravager's hull. The torpedoes that were following Horn slammed into the Ravager, killing it in a series of explosions. (XWN)

this starship as the flagship of the Sith fleet that was amassed by Darth Nihilus, in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. The vessel was heavily damaged, having been one of the few ships to survive the Battle of Malachor, and she and her crew were only held together by the sheer will of Darth Nihilus's power. Darth Nihilus took the ship to Telos to destroy the planet, but was intercepted by The Exile and his team. In the fighting that took place, Darth Nihilus was destroyed, and the Ravager was rigged to explode. As The Exile escaped, the Ravager was torn apart by the explosions. (KOTOR2)

the Imperial-class Star Destroyer Ranulf Trommer was assigned to when he attacked Aguarl 3. (ROC)

this Imperial Commander served under Admiral Zaarin, and defected to the Alliance with Zaarin. (TIE)

this independent freighter was owned and operated by Captain Kassler. (PSG)

native to the jungles of the planet Seregar, this huge creature was covered with deep purple fur. Its long fangs were clear, and its hands were studded with curving claws. Ravenbeasts were stealthy predators, using a surprise attack to take down large prey. A complete set of fangs and claws from a ravenbeast were a symbol of strength, and brought a high price in Storrd Township. (ND)

this scout ship was part of the fleet assigned to the Loose Cannon, during its attempt to steal a bacta supply from the Twin Suns Transport Services. (XWA)

Raven's Claw
this was the name of the transport ship owned by Kyle Katarn, after the Moldy Crow was retired. When Katarn and his apprentice traveled to Hoth to investigate a disturbance in the Force, the systems aboard the Raven's Claw froze up, forcing the Jedi to travel on tauntauns until they could get the ship up and running again. (WOTC, PH, JO)

this immense avian creature was native to the planet Wxtm. It was distinguished by its six legs, each of which ended with a set of half-meter-long claws. (JQ3)

this plant, native to Yavin 4, was distinguished by the sharp spikes that grew on its branches. Any being unfortunate enough brush into a raven-thorn often came away with ragged wounds, as the spikes were razor-sharp and capable of cutting through clothing and flesh. (DA, MBS)

Raventhorn, Jai
this outlaw was working as a mining engineer on Rodaj when her fiance, Krul, was killed by the Empire. She struck a blow of vengeance against Moff Jellrek, and continued to assist the Alliance - and later, the New Republic - whenever she could. After joining the Alliance full-time, she became a Master Sergeant with the Alliance's Infiltrator squadron. She was promoted to Master Sergeant after a failed raid on Bevell III, despite the fact that her entire team had been killed when the mission was compromised. She knew that the promotion was more propaganda than reward, but accepted it. When the Infiltrators were disbanded, Raventhorn became part of Red Team Five, but was captured by Imperial forces on Zelos II after a raid on the garrison there failed. She was imprisoned with Dirk Harkness, and both were severely tortured and interrogated, then left for dead in a prison cell. Neither knew how long they had been there when Platt Okeefe and Tru'eb Cholakk arrived to rescue Harkness, and Raventhorn was rescued with him. Jai's younger sister, Morgan, was a Major in the Alliance's Special Operations team until her death at Endor. (SWJ3, SWJ8, TFNR)

Raventhorn, Morgan Q.
this young woman was Jai Raventhorn's sister. She showed a great deal of aptitude with high technology, and took apart her first hyperdrive at the age of ten. She initially joined the scout service as a mechanic, but soon found herself disillusioned by the lack of direction in her life. She jumped ship at Rodaj and tried to find work with the mining colony there, which was where she met T'Charek Haathi. Haathi's dream of joining the Alliance appealed to Morgan, and she followed Haathi when she left Rodaj. Morgan became one of the best techs in the Alliance, and was recruited by Haathi to join her Special Operations shipjacking team. Morgan joined up, although her youthful exuberance often grated on her team's nerves during a mission. After many successful missions, and as she matured within the military, Morgan was promoted to Major within the Alliance's Special Operations team. A tall, dark-haired girl, Morgan was killed during the Battle of Endor. (SWJ3, TFNR, SWJ13)

this tall, emaciated Imperial Grand Moff controlled the Tolonda Sector during the Galactic Civil War. Born with the true nature of the New Order in his blood, Ravik rose quickly through the ranks. However, Ravik was not satisfied with the rank of Grand Moff. He wanted the control and power than Grand Moff Tarkin had in the Outer Rim. During transport to an Imperial enclave, Ravik's shuttle was intercepted by Alliance starfighters and captured. Ravik was taken prisoner and was placed on the transport Celestial for relocation to a penal world. When Bane Nothos devised an escape plan, Ravik supported it, but quickly took control of the ragtag group of convicts. He tried to steal the Celestial, but its Captain sent it into hyperspace with a damaged motivator, hoping to destroy it. Instead, the ship was flung into Otherspace, where the Charon captured it. Ravik made a deal with the Charon leader, Ber'asco, sacrificing his own crew for continued existence. Ravik's deal involved helping the Charon get into realspace and exterminate any life they found there. He planned to deliver the galaxy's rebels to them, solidifying Palpatine's positon as Emperor and ensuring his own promotion. However, the Alliance agents sent to pilot the Celestial to a penal world soon found the ship in Otherspace, and tried to capture Ravik. He was by then deep in the clutches of Ber'asco, who survived the Alliance attacks and fled back to Otherspace. Ravik's mind was retained in the Charon computer until the Charon were ready to launch an attack on the known galaxy. When the Desolate was linked to Ber'asco's mind for the coordination of the jump, Ravik's mind attacked Ber'asco's. A strange and epic battle ensued within the computer system, until Ravik finally triumphed over Ber'asco. Ravik then took control of Ber'asco's mind and body, and ordered the Charon bioscientists to create a modified form for him, incorporating the spider-like Charon body with Ravik's human head, arms, and torso. The exoskeleton was created with an energy cannon built into the torso, and a rocket pack on the back to provide the Ravik-construct with more maneuverability. Then, Ravik ordered the assault on the known galaxy under his own command. However, as the Desolate made its jump into hyperspace, Ber'asco was able to take control of Bane Nothis' body and confront Ravik. They fought, with the primary result being damage to the ship's main computer systems. Instead of emerging from hyperspace near Stronghold, a planet Ravik had learned of from the Celestial's computer, the Desolate collided with the world, causing severe damage to the ship. The Charon launched their conquest of the galaxy, but Alliance agents arrived to supplement the settlers. Ber'asco managed to make contact with the Alliance, and their uneasy partnership resulted in a confrontation with Ravik. Ber'asco attacked first, but only wounded Ravik before Ravik crushed him to death. During the battle, the rocket pack on Ravik's back was activated, and Ravik was flung across the barren plains. He somehow survived, and hid on one of the Alliance's transports. Once discovered, Ravik was assaulted by the Alliance soldiers, whose combined firepower penetrated the Charon exoskeleton and destroyed Ravik once and for all. (OS, OS2)

Ravine Squadron
this was one of the starfighter groups which protected the planet of Levian Two, during the early years of the New Republic. (SOC)

this was a noted syndicate of Gran criminals who terrorized the streets of Malastare during the last decades of the Old Republic. (BH)

Shada D'ukal refered to this imaginary lover when she tried to contact Leia Organa-Solo at Orowood Towers, shortly after Shada left Mazzi'c service. (SOP)

an Imperial freighter group transporting supplies to the NL-1 outpost in the Pakuuni System. (TIE)

this Socorran liquor was favored by Shamus Falconi, especially after a successful mission. It was illegal in some systems, including the Shesharile System. (SWJ9)

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