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Saretti, Ephin
this young man served as the Imperial Moff of the planet Bastion, shortly after Admiral Pellaeon signed a peace accord with the New Republic. Unlike his older counterparts, Saretti had never been in the presence of Emperor Palpatine, and held no ties to the old Empire. Saretti grew up on Coruscant during the Galactic Civil War, and his family fled to Bastion when Coruscant fell during the early years of the New Republic. He was, nevertheless, much wiser than the older Moffs, and advocated the support of the New Republic during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Saretti was also one of Admiral Pellaeon's strongest supporters, and offered to accompany Pellaeon during his discussion with Leia Organa Solo in regards to joining the fight against the Yuuzhan Vong. Pellaeon, however, requested that Saretti remain on Bastion to help the other Moffs understand the situation. Later, after the Imperial Remnant joined the New Republic in combatting the Yuuzhan Vong, Saretti opened up the Imperial archives to the Astrographic Survey Institute, in an effort to provide them data on the Outbound Flight Project. The hope was that the data would provide information on the origins of the Yuuzhan Vong. While this took some time, Saretti continued to support Pellaeon's efforts. After the fall of Bastion and the successful defense of Borosk, it was Saretti who spoke loudest to the Moff Council, demanding that they band together and join the Galactic Alliance, lest the individual Moffs retreat into their own systems and become easy targets for the Yuuzhan Vong. (DTR, HT, FH1)

this clone commando, officially designated RC-1013, was one of several heroes of the Old Republic's early victories during the Clone Wars. (CWA3, OWS)

this hardy grain was grown on the planet Dagro. For many years, it was a staple in the diets of many worlds in the vicinity of Dagro, but the market suddenly dropped during the height of the Clone Wars. Many of the farmers on Dagro found themselves with acres and acres of a crop that couldn't quite keep up with the cost to grow it, and turned many of them against the Old Republic. The most usable part of the sargheet plant was the upper stalk, but the lower part - known as crop stubble - could be stripped of its blue bristles and used as feed for livestock. The bristles, which were easy to remove but impossible to digest, had to be removed because they built up in the digestive tract and caused blockages that could lead to death. However, when simmered in water, the bristles released flavors that created a tasty soup stock. (SWI76)

Sargonian Behemoth Tick
this immense, blood-sucking insect was known for its tenacious hold on its host. (LTA2)

Sarhah Yad
this female Gran and her sister, Moree, were noted smugglers who worked from a base on the planet Malastare during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. (BH)

Sarhl, Fenris
this Imperial Major was known for his skills and success in quelling rebellious activity. He was placed in command of the Demnadi Relief Operation, and was the sole member of the team dispatched to the planet. This was because Governor Cathers only requested help with a single riot, not a planet covered with rebellion. (HR)

this Devaronian was Lai Nootka's gunner aboard the Star's Delight. (TFE, SWJ7)

Sarin Sector
this area of the galaxy is located in the Outer Rim Territories, adjacent to Parmel Sector. (GG9, SWJ15)

Saris Uli
this being served as the Director of University of Sanbra's Biological Research center, during the years leading up the Clone Wars. Professor Uli discovered that the stone mite infestations which plagued many Mid Rim and Colonies planets appeared to be non-random, and more than likely a series of terrorist actions. (HNN5)

one of the Dark Jedi working with Jerec, Sariss was physically and mentally stronger than her companions. She was of near-human stock, and was known to be quiet and reserved. Note that the Wizards of the Coast website indicates that Sariss was human. Sariss was raised by the Prophets of the Dark Side, and might have been sired by one of their members. Regardless of her lineage, Sariss grew up in a world that was consumed by the Dark Side of the Force, and was tortured and raped by the Prophets for many years until she was sent of missions for the Church of the Dark Side. She was known by the codename Prophetess, and worked for Tour Aryon on Tatooine before being taken in by the Dark Jedi Jerec and trained as one of Emperor Palpatine's Dark Jedi. Under the tutelage of Jerec, Sariss became skilled and dangerous with a lightsaber, and eventually earned enough of his trust to become his second-in-command. In the wake of the Battle of Endor, Sariss abandoned her connections to the Empire and joined Jerec in his quest to reform the Dark Side Elite. It was during this time that she discovered the abilities of the Epicanthrix youth Yun, and insinuated herself into his father's life. Sariss led Yun to believe that she loved him, twisting him to the Dark Side until he killed his father out of love for her. Sariss then seized his father's assets and took them to Jerec, along with Yun. Sariss then committed herself to assisting Jerec in reaching the Valley of the Jedi. After locating the Valley on Ruusan, she was defeated by Kyle Katarn while protecting Jerec. During the fight, she was prevented from killing Katarn outright when Yun blocked her killing blow. Reflexively, Sariss struck out at the lightsaber, killing Yun instantly. This brief moment allowed Katarn to take up Yun's lightsaber and stab her through the heart. Investigation into the actions of Jerec and his band of Dark Jedi later revealed that Sariss had been the daughter of the Dark Lord Cronal, who served Emperor Palpatine as the agent known as Blackhole. (DF2, RAG, WOTC)

Sark, Dagnian
this Imperial Security Bureau agent was dispatched to Sirpar, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, to serach out any potential Alliance sympathizers. While loyal to the Emperor, Sark hoped to gainpower and prestige by locating rebels and bringing them to justice. (SWJ2)

this planet was a New Republic supply center attacked by Grand Admiral Thrawn some five years after the Battle of Endor. It was the homeworld of the Sarkan race, and was known for its abundance of nova rubies and other gemstones. (DFR, CCG9, AE)

this race of humanoid lizards was native to the planet Sarka. They had short, pointed snouts and large eyes, and were often brightly colored. They walked upright, and used their thick tails to balance themselves. Many xenobiologists believed that the Sarkans shared a common ancestry with the Barabels. Their clothing was often adorned with gemstones, and they prefered to travel in groups of three. They had their own version of protocols, and anyone who didn't adhere to them was considered a barbarian. Their standard greeting had its own protocol, and had to include the life history of each individual, the number of battles each had won, the number and value of all gemstones each had mined, and the various mates each had acquired over time. Obviously, these greetings often lasted for hours, and any greeting of less than an hour greatly diminished the giver's worth. Many fine arts experts considered Sarkan ballet to be among the most beautiful in the galaxy. (CCG9, TTSB, AE, SWJ15, GMR7)

Sarkanian Jelly
a fruit spread created on the planet Sarka. (GOF4)

this name, which meant "smiling", was common among Gungan males. (GCG)

Sarken Rimk
this Force-sensitive Gungan worked as a diving instructor on the moon of Dorumaa, during the era of the Battle of Naboo. He lived on Whitesand Island, and operated his diving school from the coast. He was not a patient being, and often forgot that non-Gungan species took more time to adapt to diving beneath the surface of the ocean. He sometimes used his ability with the Force to leave his customers with the impression that they had a wonderful time, regardless of their experience, and they often tipped generously because of it. (LFC)

this was the spoken language of the Sarkan race. It consisted of a complex collection of words and subtle body gestures. For written and other communications, most Sarkans use Basic. (UANT)

an Imperial shuttle which was commandeered by an assassin droid and purposely crashed into the Imperiak palace on Weerden. The droid performed this action in order to kill the Grand Inquisitor, Lord Torbin. (SWSB)

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

Sarkin, Doran
this young boy was the sone of Kell and Tyria Sarkin, and was gifted with his mother's connection to the Force. He traveled with his mother during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the gaalxy, as she searched for her own true calling. Doran and his family were among the handful of Jedi Knights and their supporters who ultimately survived the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. (UF)

Sarkin, Tyria
this blonde-haired woman, a native of the planet Toprawa, was member of the Antarian Rangers and was one of the first pilots to serve in Wraith Squadron. All members of her family were killed when the Empire subjugated Toprawa, after it was discovered that the plans for the first Death Star were transmitted from there, and she survived using her ranger skills until the New Republic rescued here. She had a small sensitivity to the Force, although a short series of training sessions with Luke Skywalker led him to believe she didn't have the depth of ability to become a Jedi Knight. This shattered one of her dreams, because she longed to gain more strength with the Force. However, the New Republic wanted her to train as a pilot, hoping that her sensitivity to the Force would make her a better pilot. By her initial scores, she wasn't cut out to be a pilot. She was approached by her commanding officer, Colonel Repness, who had altered her failing grades to make them passable, then threatened to blackmail her if she didn't assist him in stealing an X-Wing. She refused, and Repness had her thrown out of the training program, citing "gross insubordination." However, her scores were good enough to attract the attention of Wedge Antilles, and she became part of the Wraiths. Her training with the Antarian Rangers allowed her to become the squadron's scout. It was Tyria who came up with the name "Wraith Squadron." She soon fell in love with Kell Tainer, and their relationship continued to grow with Wedge's quiet assent. Her tiny sensitivity to the Force helped the Wraiths during their attempt to infiltrate the Binring Biomedical facility on Saffalore, as she could feel the residual pain and anguish of the creatures that were tested there. Tyria spent some time training with the Jedi praxeum on Yavin 4, before she and Kell were married. Tyria eventually attained the rank of Jedi Knight, and event which continued to elate her as the years went by and the New Republic fell into disrepair. While Kell remained a member of the Wraiths and fought against the Yuuzhan Vong, Tyria began travelling the galaxy with their young son, Doran, teaching him about the Force and expanding his - and her own - horizons. Tyria and her family were among the handful of Jedi Knights and their supporters who ultimately survived the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong. (WS, IF, SOC, EL1, UF)

this Imperial officer was known as a fearless spy who would work through virtually any assignment. A nehpew of Admiral Piett, Sarkli was once granted a personal audience with Emperor Palpatine, and was on the fast track to promotion. Sometime after the Battle of Yavin, he set out to join the Alliance, and eventually earned a place as a pilot on the newly-commisioned Rogue Squadron, serving under Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles. Despite having a large role in saving the group that rescued General Jan Dodonna from Yavin 4, Sarkli received very little in the way of recognition or trust. In an effort to establish himself, he set up an ambush that took the lives of several Rogue Squadron pilot, but returned to the Alliance with the claim that he was the sole survivor. His "heroism" went unrewarded, however, and he decided to "defect" to the Empire, a series of actions that allowed him to return to his true maters. The information he brought back to the Empire was well-received, and it was believed that he was given command of an Escort Carrier for his actions. He was later assigned to the team protecting the shield generator on the Forest Moon of Yavin, in order to ensure that the construction of the second Death Star went as planned. However, Han Solo and his strike team managed to infiltrate the bunker and place a series of explosives. Sarkli apprehended the rebel band as they exited the bunker, but Solo managed to shoot him in the chest. The armor he was wearing buckled under the assault, and he was killed when a bolt pierced the armor and his heart. (CCG11, RSG3)

this man was the leader of the bounty hunters who tried to capture Quinlan Vos on Ord Mantell, some years after the Battle of Naboo. (ROP)

Sarko VI
this planet was believed to have been the site of an Alliance cell, during the years leading up to the Battle of Hoth. Imperial forces under the command of Captain Korvellen attacked the supposed cell's location, destroying buildings and communities in an effort to eliminate the rebels. Unfortunately for the natives of Sarko VI, there was never an Alliance presence on the planet. Korvellen later justified the slaughter of innocent beings by claiming that the natives were "...poor and without hope, potential rebel scum waiting to turn against the Empire." (RESB)

a great beast which buries itself in the ground and waits for food to wander nearby. Only the Sarlacc's mouth remains visible, with inward-curving teeth covering its entire surface. A number of long, prehensile tongue-tentacles are connected to the inner mouth, and are used to grab its food and pull it into the lower sections of its body. The Sarlacc's body is apparently divided into two sections. The first is a large chamber where the prey is initially deposited. Branching off from this chamber are many smaller digestive chambers. Once prey has been dragged into the main chamber, the Sarlacc's internal musculature - which is connected to thousands of whip-like tentacles - moves it along the sticky inner walls to a holding place. There, its prey is stuck to the inner walls with various tendrils while the Sarlacc's internal fluids begin to flow around the prey. The allows the Sarlacc, which has no natural digestive system, to physically assimilate its prey. The theory is that the Sarlacc latches onto its prey, pumping its own caustic blood into the prey's system. The blood breaks down the prey slowly, picking up nutrients before passing back into the Sarlacc. The Sarlacc's blood also provided a minimal sustenance for its prey, so they are kept alive inside the beast for a long time. The Sarlacc's prey eventually becomes part of a huge network of consciousnesses created from all of its victims. Thus, it is believed that many of the Sarlacc's victims go mad before they die. Many theories exist on the reproduction of the Sarlacci, but it is known that they Sarlacc can regenerate lost flesh, especially the long tongue-tentacles. One theory is that the full-grown Sarlacc can send out spores, when conditions are right, that are capable of surviving the hard vacuum of space. Those spores that survive long enough to reach solid ground then attempt to bury themselves. Another theory held that there were two distinct sexes, with the female being the larger of the two. The male Sarlacc was actually a parasite, which would grow over time to devour its mate. When an offspring is produced, this theory claimed that a male and female would pair up and emerge as a single, nomadic entity. Most Sarlacc prefer dirt and damp earth; the female spore that landed on Tatooine is one of the few that managed to survive in the desert. Note that Wedge's Gamble indicates that Sarlaccs like the sand. The Tusken Raiders who live on Tatooine have a legend that says the Sarlacc gave birth to itself in the core of the planet, in the days before the win suns had split apart from a single star. The Sarlacc, according to the legend, would continue to eat everything until it was forced to consume itself, thereby perpetuating a cycle of death and rebirth. The bounty hunter Dengar once told a drinking buddy that, after he pulled Boba Fett from the Sarlacc on Tatooine, he found that Fett's DNA had been mingled with that of a number of smugglers and lowlifes who had disappeared while in Jabba's service. It was surmised that they had been fed to the Sarlacc as punishment, and that through the pseudo-digestive process, the Sarlacc's blood had carried them into Fett's body. It is believed that the lifespan of a Sarlacc can measure 20,000 years or more. (ROTJ, DESB, MTS, TJP, WG, MA, WSW)

Sarlacc Battalion A
this division of the Grand Army of the Republic was part of the 41st Elite Corps, and was led by Commander Gree during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWI84)

Sarlacc Battalion B
this division of the Grand Army of the Republic was part of the 41st Elite Corps, and was led by Commander Gree during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWI84)

Sarlacc Gardens
this was one of many deep-desert locations found on the planet Tatooine. It was located near Monk's Well. (TG)

Sarlain Star Press
an anti-Imperial publisher which released Heroes of the Republic. (GG9)

Sarlim Gastess
this "blind" Gotal is the founder and Chief Executive of Gastess' Finance. Sarlim is blind because he has no sensitivity to the Force, unlike most others of the Gotal species. This has not proven to be a disadvantage, however, for his is a ruthless and domineering businessperson. Among other Gotals, Gastess is considered a clinical psychopath, but he functions well with other species. In general Sarlim is ill-tempered, ill-mannered, brash, and manipulative. He runs Gastess' and the corporations it consumes with an iron fist, uncaring about the work he does as long as the profits are good. (GG9)

this hulking, battle-scarred Dubravan was a bounty hunter during the Galactic Civil War. He controlled many of the locals in his home village by extorting money from them. Nevana tried to get Sarma to wipe clean her father's debt by leading him to Luke Skywalker. Unfortunately, she was mistaken in believing that Jal Te Gniev knew Luke's whereabouts. Sarma contacted the local Imperial garrison and arranged to capture Jal, but scared Nevana into running. The Imperial troops followed her, and shot her in the back. (VQ)

this Imperial Admiral was in command of the Super-class Star Destroyer Terror, as part of Darth Vader's V38 development plan following the Battle of Yavin. Sarn spearheaded several weapons-research efforts, in hopes of winning the Emperor's favor. When Sarn's crews failed to apprehend Rookie One and Ru Murleen, Vader used the Force to crush Sarn's windpipe before leaving the Terror. (RA2)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

this woman was a member of the Sith warriors who subjugated the planet Taris, during the height of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

this woman was the Queen of the planet Drogheda, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Queen Sarna did everything she could to thwart her sister, Princess Danu, and her efforts to free the people. Sarna was one of Lando Calrissian's lady-friends, and invited him to Drogheda shortly after the Battle of Endor. She hoped that Lando could help her defeat the rebels who were trying to overthrow her, outwardly fearing that the rebels were being backed by the Empire. In reality, Sarna and Danu were using Calrissian as a way to rid themselves of the insurgents, thereby ensuring their continued rule of Drogheda. However, Danu was actually a rebel at heart, and exiled Sarna to any planet that Calrissian cared to drop her on. Lando, however, struck up a business relationship with Sarna. (LTA6, MC83)

Sarne, Kentor
this Imperial Moff was in command of Kathol Sector during the height of Emperor Palpatine's New Order. He had been a young Navy officer when Emperor Palpatine took control of the galaxy, and became a loyal Imperial officer and a member of the Imperial Survey Corps. During the advent of the New Order, he claimed to have been the sole survivor of a navigational mishap in Kathol Sector. The accident took the life of the entire crew, and only Sarne survived. It was during this time that Sarne discovered the existence of DarkStryder, and made a deal with the creature to provide it with hyperdrive technology in exchange for its own technology. Upon returning to Coruscant, Sarne was reassigned to a posting as the Captain of the Renegade as part of the 15th Deep Core Reserve Fleet, but eventually made his way back to Kathol Sector with a fleet of ships, including the Renegade. He established a base of power on Kal'Shebbol, and continued to exploit DarkStryder's technology while keeping the bio-engineered creature stranded on Kathol. Sarne most wanted to re-establish the launch gates of the ancient Kathol, which he planned to use in conquering the galaxy. After the Battle of Endor, Sarne was flushed from Kal'Shebbol by New Republic strike teams, and he fled the sector capital and hid in the Marcol Void. He took with him as much firepower as possible, including a sizable portion of his fleet, and hoped to refit the warships before the Republic could get much of a hold on the sector. He began negotiations with the Qektoth Confederation, trading several starships and their crews for certain biochemical weapons technology. After the crew of the FarStar began tracking him down, Sarne maneuvered them into position to be the bait in an elaborate trap to capture the New Republic and further utilize the DarkStryder technology. Unfortunately for Sarne, he underestimated the desires of the native races of Kathol to free the Precursors from the Lifewell and defeat DarkStryder. He tried to protect himself by hiding in DarkStryder's fortress, but was unable to defeat the crew of the FarStar and their companions. He tried to flee Kathol and reach the Bastion, but the Republic forces were tipped off to Sarne's escape and managed to shoot down the shuttle. Sarne was killed in the explosion. (DARK, KO, KR, E)

this was DarkStryder's designation for Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne. (E)

Sarnikken Asteroid Belt
this dangerous belt of planetoids was located in Fakir Sector. Its asteroids contained a wealth of heavy metals, and mining operations struggled for control of them. The Empire tried to take control of the Belt for its own use, but the resident miners proved to be quite tenacious in their holdings. Imperial officers and bureaucrats had the tendency to disappear during trips to the Sarnikken Belt. The attempts by the Empire to take over the Belt only served to push the miners toward an agreement with the Alliance, and the Alliance received a wealth of raw materials from the Belt for the construction of its starships and weapons. The Alliance was often provided the assistance of Reekeene's Roughnecks to protect transports into and out of the Belt. (SWCP)

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

Sarno Technologies
this corporation produced a vareity of personal-use sporting simulators, during the height of the New Order. One of their most popular items was a home Spheroids simulator, allowing beings to practice the sport in the safety and comfort of their own homes. (GFT)

Sarpazian Rose
this was the name of Bera Kazan's battered starship. (TCW)

this Togorian's mosgoth was attacked and injured by a liphon shortly before the Battle of Ylesia. Although considered short for a Togorian, he stood nearly two meters tall. His sleek, black fur barely concealed the taut muscles of his well-trained body. He joined the Togorian team which assisted the Alliance at the Battle of Ylesia. (RD)

Sarrahban System
a planetary system which remained neutral throughout the Galactic Civil War, although the Empire tried more than once to force the system to submit to the New Order. (RPG)

this planet is located in Rayter Sector. (TA)

this orange star is the central body of the Sarrelon System. (WBC)

Sarrelon I
this searing ball of rock is the first planet in the Sarrelon System. It has two small moons. (WBC)

Sarrelon II
this searing ball of rock is the second planet in the Sarrelon System. It has three small moons. (WBC)

Sarrelon III
this gas giant is the third planet in the Sarrelon System. It has five moons. (WBC)

Sarrelon IV
this gas giant is the fourth planet in the Sarrelon System. It has eight moons. (WBC)

Sarrelon V
this gas giant is the fifth planet in the Sarrelon System. It has twelve moons. (WBC)

Sarrelon VI
this frozen ball of rock is the sixth planet in the Sarrelon System. It has two small moons. (WBC)

this was the Coynite word used to describe the various nations of the planet Coyn. Literally translated, the word Sarrh'Tais means "law-land." Each Sarrh'Tais was ruled by an Ag'Tra. (AE)

this planet was the homeworld of an imposing race of red-skinned humanoids, distinguished by their twin-lobed skulls and pointed teeth. (VD3)

this Imperial Moff was placed in charge of the development of Fire-Rain 3. He secretly commandeered space at supply depot I-389 on Tatooine, and planned to test the efficacy of Fire-Rain 3 on the populations of Anchorhead and Mos Eisley. Unfortunately, Sartar's lab was discovered by the Bothan SpyNet, which relayed evidence of its existence to the Alliance. A strike team eliminated Sartar and his labs, saving the population of the two settlements. (RESB)

this planet was founded by a group of human colonists during the golden age of the Old Republic. The colonists fled the Republic for the Outer Rim, believing that the Core Worlds had been degraded by "hateful alien influences." Much of the funding secured by the colonists came from what was then a little-known world called Muunilinst. When the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy, they destroyed much of Sartinaynian's surface before devastating Muunilinst. (GORW)

Sartinaynian System
the probe droid dispatched from the Ubiqtorate station, carrying data of an unknown ship falsified by Han Solo and Carib Devist, launched itself in the direction of this system, on its way to Bastion. (VOF)

this Cybot Galactica robo-valet model was common in the Corporate Sector during the height of the New Order. (CSA)

this planet was the site of an Alliance weapons plant during the Galactic Civil War. (RASB)

Sartran Corporation
this corporation was nationalized and disbanded by the Empire, and many of its personnel were imprisoned as traitors to the Empire. Many died in prisons, never knowing what it was that they had done. (SWCP)

this was one of the twin cities, along with Ith-Dor, that served as the capital of the planet Typha-Dor. (JQ7)

this was one of the many Chiss colony worlds, controlled by the Chaf family during the height of the New Republic. (SQ)

this sticky, glue-like substance is created naturally by the Jiivahar of Carest 1. It is secreted through the pores of the hands and feet, providing them additional grip when swinging through the thykar trees. Sarvin would stick to the smoothest of surfaces, and was dissolved by controlled perspiration. (AE)

this was a common name used by the Qwohog race. (UANT)

manufacturers of starship reactant agitator injectors. (SWSB, HTSB)

Sasal Center
this huge, residential building was located on the planet Coruscant during the early years of the New Republic. It was distinguished by its forty individual spires, which ringed an open-air mezzanine. (AFA)

this flowering plant produces a brilliant white bloom from a bulb. (TT)

this terrestrial world was the second planet found in the New Plympto System. It was orbited by two moons. (CCW)

this woman was a sales representative of the Kontag corporation, more that 50 years before the Battle of Geonosis. It was Sasan who met Jedi Master Dooku and his apprentice, Qui-Gon Jinn, when they traveled to Pirin's corporate facilities on Pirin to investigate the attack on Senator Blix Annon. (LOJ)

SaSassis Bar
located in the Verena starport on the planet Kirima, the SaSassis Bar was where Lazarus Armand made his connections during Project Second Chance. (TSK)

this archaic name was given to female Zabrak, and meant "dancer" - or, more literally "dust dancer", in reference to ancient Zabrak courting rituals. (GCG)

this young girl was the daughter of wealthy settlers who traveled to Dantooine more than 4,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. During the Mandalorian Wars, Sasha was kidnapped by Mandalorian soldiers and taken away. However, she managed to escape the Mandalorian and stowed away aboard the Ebon Hawk. The Jedi Knights who were traveling in the ship made a detour back to Dantooine, to reunite Sasha with her family. (KOTOR)

this was one of the largest cities found on the planet Ukio. (HNN5)

Sasho Gem
a valuable stone. (FOP)

this was the capital city of the planet Cadinth. (HNN5)

Sasnaq Toxis
this decorated Alliance undercover agent was known by the codename Hctaqsas, and was the son of Colonel Caleb Hctaqsas. (CRO, SWJ10)

Sassa District
this was one of the many divisions of the city of Thousand Thousand, located on the planet Makem Te. (GORW)

a member of the Besadii kajidic, this Hutt crimelord was ostensibly the ruler of Ord Vaxal, although the planet was under the control of Imperial Moff Adria Reyna during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (DM106)

Sassan Sareeta
this Sareeta is one of the many mercenaries which were hired by Executive Results. Sassan is well-known for his escape from an Imperial blockade along the Harrin Trade Corridor. He was ambushed by a TIE Fighter picket line in the Lazerian System, and jury-rigged his ship's shields to force all power to the forward shields. The ship, known as Moondrake, plowed into the picket line, punching through several TIE Fighters in order to flee the blockade. After being hired by Executive Results, Sassan became the coordinator of the transport of weapons from Syndicate One's operations on Valgauth. He was also responsible for calculating hyperspace routes for its transport ships. Note that the Ultimate Alien Anthology indicates that Sassan Sareeta was a Sullustan. (SWJ8, UANT)

this Inspector with the Corellian Security Force was a contemporary of Iella Wessiri and Corran Horn, before they joined the New Republic. She was named as CorSec chief at the young age of forty, ditched her husband, and started taking personal training lessons from a pair of twin brothers who were half her age. (IJ)

this Rodian worked as a guide on the planet Caluula, when he wasn't serving as an resistance operative for the New Republic. During the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Sasso and his Ryn partner, Ferfer, assisted Team Meloque in destroying the yammosk which had been installed on Caluula. During the mission, the team felt that it was being led into a trap, but their fears weren't borne out until they reached the location where the yammosk was kept. After Ferfer was killed by a hidden group of Yuuzhan Vong Slayers, Sasso was stabbed in the back by a warrior's coufee and died shortly afterward. (UF)

Sasyru, Remart
a vain man who wore a goatee and long, flowing moustaches that flared out like wings from his face, Sasyru was one of the pilots in Bolt Squadron, serving under Jacob Nive for the Khuiumin Survivors. Sasyru was a bully and a coward, and beat Caet Shrovl when she rejected his false friendship. This got Sasyru kicked out of Rock Squadron and moved to Bolt Squadron. However, his looks attracted the whimsy of Leonia Tavira, and Corran Horn's flying ability did as well. Sasyru was demoted from Bolt Lead, but was considered Tavira's next plaything. He and Corran - under the alias of Jenos Idanian - were constantly at odds. Their rivalry came to blows on Kerilt, after Sasyru tried to have his was with a young Caamasi female. Corran, using a little of the Force to anticipate the larger man's attacks, managed to soundly defeat Sasyru. Corran stunned him for transport back to the Invidious, but Tavira had him executed for insubordination. (IJ)

this Yuuzhan Vong subaltern was escalated by Nas Choka dor his brave work during the Battle of Ithor. (JE)

this was the title used by the tyrant who controlled the planet Ventooine, during the early years of the New Order. The Satab maintained his position through the use of the Shadeshine stone, and when a Satab was eventually driven mad by the device, he was placed in suspended animation until a cure for the stone's powers could be discovered. The Satab also controlled all the sansanna that was collected on the planet, earning the hatred of the natives of the planet. When Han Solo arrived on Ventooine to obtain some sansanna spice, the Satab tabbed Solo to become the next ruler of the planet. (LTA5, MCA2)

Satchel Charge
this military term refers to any timed or remotely-operated explosive which can be used against a repulsortank. A shaped, detonite charge is attached to the detonation device, and then must be thrown into, or placed on, the hull of the tank. (SWJ9)

this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population. (GMR9)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

Satellite Liberator
this Bendine XR12 was scrapped, and later purchased by Watto. (IWE1)

Satellite, The
this was one of the non-standard face cards that sometimes appeared in a sabacc deck, especially if the deck was used for telling a being's fortune. When it appeared during a fortune-telling, the Satellite indicated a number of failry bad things might happen: deceit, betrayal, and deception were most often associated with the Satellite. (LCM)

a creature known for its hit-and-run tactics when harassing much larger prey. (ISB)

this large city, found on the Gree world of Asation, was home to a dozen Gree craft halls. These guilds were responsible for the creation of new Gree technologies. Satikan was also the location of the greatest concentration of sevarks in the Enclave, primarily because they gathered to meet non-Gree visitors to the Enclave. (SWJ8)

this is a fine, silky fabric. (SWJ8)

this was the Myneyrsh word used to describe the "bond of peace", an offering that signified there would be no hostilities while two or more enemies met to discuss their issues. Often, the satna-chakka was an animal that had been killed and stuffed. (TLC)

Sato, Del
this employee of the Core Courier Service served as Taryn Clancy's co-pilot aboard the Messenger. He had been a pilot with CCS for more than thirty years, and retired after they evaded capture by the Imperial cruiser Requital after escaping from Coruscant. They were captured because he and Taryn were conscripted to help Jak Bremen reach the cruiser Hope with information vital to the New Republic, despite their own misgivings. Del was especially inconvenienced by Bremen's presence aboard the ship, as Bremen's military ego rubbed him the wrong way. After surviving the run to Coriallis, Bremen offered them a chance to join the Republic, but they declined. (TFE, SWJ7)

an Alliance YT-1300 operative during the Galactic CiviL War. (TIE)

this was the Tarasin word used to describe the quills which lined the back of the Tarasin forearm. The word sa'tosin was unheard of until just after the Battle of Naboo, when the recorded memoirs of Dariana were discovered. (LFCW)

this Godling worked for Trisstan the Godking during the era of the New Order. He pretended to be attempting to overthrow Trisstan when the crew of the Long Shot arrived on Masterhome, in an attempt to see what the Alliance agents wanted. (SWCP)

this planet, the second in the Coyn System, is the sister-world to Coyn itself. Sat'Skar's atmosphere is very dense, and has set up a greenhouse effect across the face of the planet. Thus, the only life there is microbes and primitive bacteria. The planet was named for the ritual sword used in Coynite combat. (PG3, OE)

this was the name of the traditional Coynite sword. (OE)

Sat'skars Fas'Ba
this Coynite greeting translated into Basic as "Swords ended in battle." This was not a happy greeting, and indicated that unreseolved conflicts remain between two Coynites which will not be forgotten. (PG3)

Sat'skars Fas'Tawws'Rattar
this Coynite greeting translated into Basic as "Swords ended in honor and friendship." It was used whenever two Coynites met with the intention of ending all conflicts and forming a friendship. (PG3)

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