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son of the great Duro Queen Rana. He wore a golden crown. When he died, the crown was implanted with a device which would kill any person trying to steal the crown from Dassid's gravesite. Dustini accidentally activated the anti-tampering device on Dagobah, while trying to gain the Alliance's help in defeating the Empire. (MMY)

Dassid Cree'ar
this Duro was a noted plant geneticist, and was part of the team assembled by the New Republic to assist in the restoration of the natrual environment of the planet Duro, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. His team worked with other groups, notably Doctor Williwalt's, to create bacterial sludges which ingested the foul water and soil of Duro and converted it to clean organic matter. His teams had also created six miniature ecosystes on the planet's surface, forming the first arable land on Duro since the planet was abandoned. Doctor Cree'ar himself, however, never attended Leia Organa-Solo's staff meetings, instead submitting his reports beforehand for her perusal. His fellow scientists grew weary of his continual absenteeism, despite the fact that his work was progressing ahead of schedule. It was later revealed that Doctor Cree'ar was, in fact, the Yuuzhan Vong agent Nom Anor, who had been wearing the gablith masquer in order to imitate a Duros. Nom Anor used bio-engineered organisms of his own shaping to provide him with results, as well as creating a series of tunnels and cave beneath the planet's surface for his own private laboratory. (BP)

this was a form of hunting mask which was created by the Hutts for their Kadas'sa'Nikto servants. The das'skar mask had two parts: an upper half that covered the eyes, nose, and temple; and a lower half that covered the jaw and cheeks. The mask can be worn as a unit, or each piece can be worn separately. The upper half was implanted with speciallized lenses for viewing in low-light conditions, while the lower half used built-in sensors to augment the wearer's ability to locate and track scents. Those Nikto provided with das'skar masks were dispatched by their Hutt masters to kill large game or prey for both sport and food. (UANT)

Dast, Ravallian
this woman was a bounty hunter who took only illegal assignments. She believed that the Empire was an illegal and immoral government, and refused to be bound by the laws of the Imperial Office of Criminal Investigations. Dast also worked for the Alliance, although she expected to be paid for her work. (GG10)

D'Asta, Feena
this silver-haired woman rose to power as a member of the Imperial Interim Ruling Council, taking her father's place when he became ill. She had a plan to make peace with the New Republic, in order to help the Council gain some legitimacy, but met with stern opposition from Nolyds. When Nolyds was assassinated by a bomb hidden in a message disk, the other Council members decided that it must have been an inside job. They placed D'Asta on their list of suspects, but had no direct proof of her involvement. She later asked for a vote of no-confidence in Xandel Carivus' ability to lead the Council, but was only supported by Lord Manos. It was later revealed that the real Feena D'Asta had been kidnapped by Grappa the Hutt and cloned by Macus Kayniph.The clone was then inserted into the Council, in an effort to further the interests of Grappa and Black Sun. Kayniph sold her to Grappa the Hutt. Meanwhile, the clone was accused of treason against the Empire by Xandel Carivus and arrested. Back at Grappa's lair on Genon, Mirith Sinn tried to rescue the real Feena, whose father had been in business deals with Sinn's fiance. Sinn was caught, and Grappa gave her to the Zanibar. Meanwhile, the arrest of D'Asta's clone forced her father to strike out against Xandel Carivus. He mustered the might of his own Imperial fleet and decimated Carivus' forces in a short battle. On Xo, Kir Kanos rescued Mirith Sinn, and she returned to Grappa to take custody of the real Feena D'Asta. Mirith brought Kir Kanos and the real Feena back to Ord Cantrell, where she presented her to Baron D'Asta. He was unsure of who to believe until Kanos and Sinn explained the plan, beginning with Carnor Jax's initial schemes. (CE2)

D'Asta, Ragez
this man served as one of the most powerful and wealthy members of the Imperial Interim Ruling Council. During the reign of Emperor Palpatine, Baron D'Asta had done business with Jahren Sinn on Nez Peron. His place on the Council was filled by his daughter, Feena, when he became ill at an advanced age. However, he still held a position of power among the Imperials, controlling the area of space known as the D'Astam Sector. Some five years later, he was enraged to learn that Xandel Carivus had Feena imprisoned on nebulous charges of treason, and sent his fleet of warships against those controlled by Carivus. D'Asta's fleet was too powerful, and reduced Carivus' forces quickly. When Carivus released Feena, the Baron was loath to give up the battle, but did so to recover his daughter. He later seceded from the Imperial Remnant in order to govern his sector by himself. (CE2, HCE)

D'Astan Sector
this was the area of the galaxy controlled by Baron D'Asta and his fleet. (CE2)

Data Board
a larger, binder-sized version of a data pad. (JS)

Data Books
this small shop, located on the Ithorian herdship Bazaar, provided travelers with access to a wide range of current best-sellers and classic literature. (GA)

Data Card
a credit card-sized information system which each individual in the galaxy must have. It contains the individual's name and home location, certain biological and historical data, and an individual's net worth in credits. (HTTE)

Data Compiler
this is part of a life-form detector. It uses a small, hand-switch to manipulate incoming data, allowing the user of the detector to scan for certain forms of life or a wide scan. (CFG)

Data Cube
similar to the technology of a Holocron, the datacube is a cube-shaped information storage and retrieval device. (TME)

Data Equity Management, Incorporated
known by the stock symbol DEMi, this huge corporation was based on the planet Procopia. Founded just fifteen years before the Battle of Endor, DEMi burst onto the scene by offering storage and maintenance of other corporations' confidential data. DEMi became "legitimate" when the Great Council of Tapani Sector contracted them to handle sector-wide census information. Despite its image, DEMi was actually founded and operated by the Empire's Ubiqtorate. (LOE)

Data Goggles
developed by the Neimoidians, these goggles allowed a pilot to control a starship by linking them directly to the ship's systems. Originally designed for the pilots of grain harvesters on Neimoidia, they were readily adopted by freighter pilots as well. Consisting of a pair of heavy, hemispherical eyecovers and an implant which linked the goggles to the pilot's brain, a set of data goggles had to be attuned to the user's brainwaves in order to function properly. Pilots who chose to use data goggles had to pay a steep price, for the goggles could not be removed without severing the link to a starship and rendering the former pilot unintelligent. (SON)

Data Pad
a small, often hand-held device which is used as a remote data collection system. The user can enter information into the data pad's memory, and can then either remotaly transmit it to a central computer, or hook it directly to the central computer for download at a later time. (HTTE)

Data Plaque
this was another name for a data card. (HSE)

Data Wafer
another name for a data card. (COJ)

this unusual weapon, developed on the planet Chandrila, was used in many assassination attempts throughout the planet's history. At first glance, the datadagger appeared to be a piece of ivory artwork, inlaid with gold and silver filigree. Upon further examination, however, datadaggers resembled large code cylinders which could interface with computers, datapads, and door locks. Hidden inside the ivory hilt of the weapon was a thin blade that was nearly undetectable. Often, datadaggers were priceless family heirlooms, passed down from generation to generation. (WOTC, SWI64, CCW)

a small, round memory chip that is easily concealed. (TME)

see Data Goggles (IWE1)

this was the general term used to describe an holographic display of information, often in graphical form. (DN1)

DataLine Press
this publisher was authorized to print material about the New Order using specialized datapad formats. (GG9)

Data-Link Industries
this small corporation produced a variety of holographic recording devices during the early years of the New Republic. (GUN)

this was the native language of the Annoo-dat. In the centuries after the Annoo-dat conquered the Ret and took control of the planet Gelefil, the Ret eventually dropped their own native language and adopted the Dat-an. (DM111)

a planet that was orbited by three moons, Datar was the forested homeworld of the Ghostling race. The Alliance was ambushed here by the Empire during the early stages of the Galactic Civil War, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. The Alliance team fought valliantly, having been warned of the invasion when sensor operators detected the Imperial fleet prior to the attack. They defeated the Imperials and escaped, and Imperial Vice Admiral Slenn was executed for his failure. (TME, E1A5, HFG)

in the last decades of the Old Republic, the datarie was the standard monetary unit. It was valid in all but the most remote systems. (SW1)

DataSearch 12C-A
this model of datasearch device, produced by TerexComm, was considerably faster than the DataSearch 9C model. The 12C-A model could search thousands of DSUs worth of data in less than three seconds. The 12C-A was also more finicky about its power supply, and could short out if attached to the wrong source. (SWJ10)

DataSearch 9C
this was the name of TerexComm's deluxe datasearch device, produced during the New Order. It was designed for administrative use, whenever a being had to search through thousands of DSUs worth of information. (SWJ10)

this droid programming package was produced by Industrial Automaton, for use in the AG9 series of droids. It increased the A9G's ability to efficiently sort through massive amounts of data. (TBSB, FTD)

Datch, Tarrin
this man served as a fighter pilot in Rogue Squadron, when Luke Skywalker was its commander. During the Battle of Hoth, Datch served as Rogue Ten. (ESBR, GG3)

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)

this Jawa trader and adventurer was famous for having taunted a krayt dragon in the open Tatooine desert, and returned to tell about it. He longed to get off Tatooine and explore the galaxy. It was Dathcha who fired the disabling laser bolt at R2-D2 in the deep desert. (CCG)

Dathka Graush
this ancient Sith Lord was buried on the planet Korriban some 7,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. A pureblooded Sith, Graush was one of the most powerful warlords of his time. He rose to power on Korriban by gathering his forces and destroying his enemies, then tried to make himself immortal by creating the unusual jewel known as the Heart of Graush. He thought that, by removing his physical heart and replacing it with a Dark Side jewel imbued with Sith spirits, he wouuld live forever. However, Graush was killed by enemy assassins, and was buried in the Valley of Golg, on Korriban. The Heart of Graush was buried with him, waiting for an unsuspecting being to touch it. This contact would allow the jewel to possess the being, eventually transferring their spirit to Graush and giving him new life. Graush nearly returned to life during the height of the New Order, when the crew of the Jynni's Virtue stumbled upon his tomb. Captain Naz Feylood touched the Heart of Graush and unleashed the spirit, but the Heart was lost in the destruction of the pirate ship. (PH)

this planet, the fourth and primary world in the Dathomir System, was a sort of penal colony set aside by the Old Republic as a place to send outcasts to live out their lives in isolation. Some 600 years before the Clone Wars, the Jedi Council also exiled fallen Knights to Dathomir, requiring that the outcasts be placed on the planet without any way of ever leaving. Dathomir was also known as the home of the rancor. Over time, a group of Force-sensitive witches who used spells to control the Force evolved to take control of the planet. Dathomir was located in the Quellii Sector. It was here that Imperial Warlord Zsinj has established a prison colony and a new shipyard. The planet's gravity was somewhat lighter than standard. It was full of the Dark Side of The Force, moreso than Dagobah. After the Battle of Naboo, Jedi Master Quinlan Vos discovered the existence of an Infinity Gate on the planet. The danger it posed forced the Jedi Order to eliminate any record of Dathomir from the Republic's star charts, in order to prevent unauthorized access to the device. Several years after the Battle of Endor, Han Solo 'won' the planet from Omogg in a sabacc game. Its value at the time was estimated to have been somewhere around three billion credits. It had 3 continents set in a vast ocean, and it was orbited by four moons. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Dathomir fell to the alien invaders shortly before the Battle of Ithor. (CPL, DJ, GORW)

this star was the central body of the Dathomir System, located in the Quelii Sector of the Outer Rim Territories. (GORW)

Dathomir Station
this space station was erected in orbit around Dathomir by the Empire, after it established its penal colony on the planet's surface. Starships delivering supplies or requiring emergency repairs were allowed to dock at the station, provided that they had the appropriate Imperial authorizations. (SWGAL)

Dathomir's Vitality
this was the term used by the Dark Veil Order to describe the very center of the Heart of Dathomir nebula. The Dark Veil Order believed that Dathomir's Vitality contained a powerful rage that would eventually consume the system and, if not appeased, the entire galaxy. In order to prevent these disasters, the sisters of the Dark Veil Order regularly ambushed starships moving through the Dathomir System, using any beings they captured as sacrifices to Dathomir's Vitality. (SWGAL)

Datinni greb zroom
this Jawa warning was inscribed on the stocks of many of their weapons. Its exact meaning was not known. (CCG)

Datum District
this was one of the many sectors of Foamwander City, one of the floating cities found on the planet Calamari. Datum City was name for the fact that most of the city's computer databases were housed in the sector, as well as the fact that many infochants bought and sold information within its borders. (GORW)

this was the fourth day of the Tapani local calendar's week. (PGT)

this name was common among members of the T'surr race. (WOTC, UANT)

an insect which uses its claws to latch onto birds and other flying creatures. (XWN)

this avian lives in the Shadow Forest, hiding in the vegetation which surrounds Anarrad. (TT)

Daughters of Allya
the name which the Dathomir Witches use for themselves, it is based in the history of Dathomir, when an exiled Jedi named Allya was sent to Dathomir. She helped train the woman in the use of the Force, and the descendant witches now call themselves the Daughters of Allya. There are nine clans of witches on the planet. (CPL)

Daughters of the Empath Princess
this group of psychics plied their wares in the city of Talos, on Atzerri. (SOL)

Daughters of the Ffib
this was an autocratic, exclusively female religious order, active during the last decades of the Old Republic. A sect of the main Ffib religion, they established a mission on the Forest Moon of Endor, in order to bring the Ewoks into their fold. After the destruction of the Ffib at the hands of Reess Kairn, the Daughters of the Ffib employed Aurra Sing to hunt down Reess Kairn and eliminate him. (BHAS)

Daultay Dofine
this Neimoidian was one of Nute Gunray's Captains, and embodied everything that was negative about his race. He was lazy, only moderately competent, and greedy, and achieved his status primarily because of his high birth. He was known to ply any challengers with platitudes while determining the best way to stab them in the back. Dofine was wanted for questioning by the Bureau of Ship Services for a variety of complaints against his actions, including the illegal seizure of cargoes. When the Trade Federation blockaded the planet Naboo at the order of Darth Sidious, Dofine was the only member of Gunray's collective to question the orders of the Sith Lord, and for that he was removed from the ruling class of the Federation and assigned to the Droid Control Ship over Naboo. During the Battle of Naboo, Dofine was killed when Anakin Skywalker managed to damage the control ship's reactor core, triggering internal explosions that tore the ship to pieces. Daultay Dofine was acted by Alan Ruscoe and voiced by Chris Sanders in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. (SW1, IS1, IG1, SON)

this man was a Commander in the Alliance military, and was one of the first officers to fly the HT-2200 freighter. (SWJ5)

Daunted Gypsy
this SoroSuub Jermagium tramp freighter was used by the New Republic to insert a group of agents into the population to foment pro-Republic sentiments. This occured some years after the Battle of Endor, when the Imperials on the planet were ousted from power by the natives of the world. They formed a new government with allegiance to the Republic, but met with Imperial resistance. The Gypsy was armed with three double laser cannons, and had a top-model hyperdrive. (TSK)

this Star Destroyer was part of the special task force supporting Moff Vanko's sector of control. It was commanded by Captain Orsk during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (RM, CCC)

this New Republic cruiser was part of the small fleet left at Bilbringi to protect against an attack by the Yuuzhan Vong, twenty-seven years after the Battle of Yavin. After Bilbringi was lost to the Yuuzhan Vong, the Dauntless was recalled to Calamari for repairs. It was later part of the fleet which was amassed to launch an attack on the planet Coruscant, in an effort to recapture the planet from the Yuuzhan Vong. (SBS, UF)

Dauntless-class Cruiser
this was the second-largest battleship in the Alliance fleet during the Galactic Civil War. The Dauntless-class was developed from a series of luxury liners, which were beefed up with formidable armaments and heavy plating and shielding. The result was a sleek, battle-ready platform which served on the front line of many space battles. (REB)

this planet was the capital world of the Daupherm Planet States. (CRO)

Daupherm Marines
this was the primary military force maintained on the planet Daupherm. (PP)

Daupherm Merchant Space Fleet
this was the primary space-going trade organization based on the planet Daupherm, and serving the Daupherm Planet States, during the New Order. (CRO)

Daupherm Planet States
this coalition of planets maintained a political allegiance to one another during the Galactic Civil War. They were constantly at odds with the Botor Enclave, and many skirmishes between fleets from both sides were fought. (CRO)

an Imperial Lieutenant serving Ambassador Furgan on Carida, Dauren graduated from the Imperial Academy on Raithal just a few months before the New Republic reclaimed the planet. He then served as an advanced communications officer on Corulag until that world was abandoned by the Empire. Before being assigned to Carida, Dauren served under Grand Admiral Thrawn as well as the reborn Emperor Palpatine. Dauren had become the Communications Officer for the planetary defense system on Carida just before Kyp Durron used the Sun Crusher to destroy the system. (COTF, JASB)

Dauscha, Tonner
this independent spacer and freetrader made a regular run to Coruscant, before the planet was closed off to immigrants during the year leading up to the Clone Wars. The added paperwork required to simply enter the Core Worlds, let alone arrive on Coruscant, meant that freetraders like Dauscha lost a great many deals because they couldn’t deliver on time. (HNN5)

this Eirrauc and his partner, Tamoss, was a trader who dealt in gems, artifacts, and curiosities. Both were former slaves who had helped each other escape their Imperial masters, and set their fellow slaves on a safeworld before striking out on their own. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, the pair traveled to Tatooine in order to seek out the Athallian Messenger. They were forced to make peace with a tribe of Tusken Raiders just to gain access to the area of the desert which supposedly held the Athallian Messenger's scarred hull. (SWG9)

this feline creature was noted for its speed and grace. A subspecies of daux-cat was bred specifically for speed, and was raised to participate in races during the last years of the Old Republic. (MBS)

Davani, Haryette
this woman and her husband, Nils, were natives of the planet Beheboth. Their daughter, Myrette, attended the Imperial Academy on Coruscant for much of her early training, before she was transferred to the Caridan Military Academy. (PH)

Davani, Myrette
this woman, a native of the planet Beheboth, attended the Coruscani Pilot Institute training school on Coruscant during the years prior to the Battle of Yavin. In the year following the destruction of the first Death Star, Cadet Davani was ranked second in her class, just behind Shira Elan Colla Brie. Because of her skills, she was chosen to pilot her class's personnel shuttle to the Imperial Academy on Carida, where the students were to complete their final year of training. (PH)

Davani, Nils
this man and his wife, Haryette, were natives of the planet Beheboth. Their daughter, Myrette, attended the Imperial Academy on Coruscant for much of her early training, before she was transferred to the Caridan Military Academy. When Nils learned that his daughter had been trained to fly starships on Coruscant, he lodged a formal complaint with Commandant Mogurk and the Coruscani Pilot Institute to keep her from taking the controls. Outwardly, Nils claimed that he thought his daughter was a bad pilot. Inside, he simply feared for her life. (PH)

a Rebel fighter pilot killed during the Battle of Yavin, he once flew with Anakin Skywalker. He is known as Dave in the credits for Star Wars: A New Hope, but Decipher Games names him Garven Dreis. (SW, CCG)

this man worked as a cameraman for the Cularin Central Broadcasting company, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (LFCW)

Davengatt, Jaffro
this man claimed to be from "all over the Mid Rim," and was known as an entrepreneur. He discovered that the grasslands of the remote planet Engebo V were perfect for raising nerfs, and eventually established Davengatt's Double-Zed Nerf Ranch on the planet. His nerf meat was prized among connisseurs across the galaxy. Jaffro was killed shortly after the Madman's Fortune crashed onto Engebo V, when a school of skekfish were inadvertently released by his daughter, Nell. Nell and her companions had gone to check out the crash, and opened Goontirk's escape pod to investigate. The skekfish burrowed into the ground and sped toward the nearest food source, killing many beings in The Landing before making their way to the Davengatt mansion. Jaffro tried to escape with his daughter, leaving her companions to fend for themselves, but was beset by a swarm of skekfish and devoured. (WOA10)

Davengatt, Nell
this woman was the daughter of Jaffro Davengatt, and grew up on the planet Engebo V. She served as her father's chief aide in the operation of Davengatt's Double-Zed Nerf Ranch, handling the day-to-day operations as her father became more and more reclusive. While she hated the work and hated being stuck on Engebo V, Nell found that she couldn't bring herself to leave, either. Shortly after the Madman's Fortune crashed onto Engebo V, Nell and her companions went to check out the crash, and opened Goontirk's escape pod to investigate. A school of skekfish escped from the pod and burrowed into the ground. Before they could be contained, the skekfish sped toward the nearest food source, killing many beings in The Landing. Nell was one of the few beings to escape the planet, taking off with Gall and the freelance pilots who were on Engebo V to obtain nerf steaks for Lady Wylla of Alderaan. Nell asked to join the pilots, and personally made reparations with Lady Wylla. She then worked with Wylla to send a mission to Engebo V to blast the planet from orbit, in order to fully eliminate the skekfish threat. (WOA10)

Davengatt's Double-Zed Nerf Ranch
located on the remote world of Engebo V, this nerf ranch was established by Jaffro Davengatt. The nerf meat produced on Engebo V was prized among conniseurs across the galaxy. (WOA10)

Daver Kuat
this temperate world was the third planet in the Kuat System. It was orbited by two moons. (CCW)

David, Trey
this man was Horzao Darr's second-in-command in the Exocron Combined Air-space Fleet. It was David who intercepted Talon Karrde when he arrived in the system to locate Jorj Car'das. When he and Car'das learned of Karrde's approach, they knew that they could use it as a way to draw the slaver - and their enemy - Rei'kas toward the Kathol Rift. They allowed Karrde to locate Exocron, thereby allowing Rei'kas to find the planet. When Rei'kas attacked, David made sure that none of his ships fired on them. He retreated toward Exocron, much to the disbelief of Karrde and his crew. When the Aing-Tii finally made their presence known, it was a quick firefight. In the end, the fleet Rei'kas has sent in was decimated, and Exocron was once again safely hidden. (VOF)

Davik Kang
this man was a noted crimelord, who operated as part of The Exchange from a base on the planet Taris, during the Great Sith War. He was once the owner of the Ebon Hawk, which he claimed to have stolen before outfitting it with state-of-the-art systems. Kang's small empire was based on smuggling and the slave trade, and he was not above extortion. When he was seen in public, Kang always wore a specialized suit of body armor. This body armor was rumored to have been created by a brilliant technician who owed Kang a large sum of credits. Kang agreed to cancel the debt and spare the technician's life in exchange for the creation of the body armor. Kang took possession of the armor and had the technician killed anyway, to ensure that no other being acquired such a suit. Just before the planet Taris was destroyed by Darth Malak, Kang was killed in a firefight, and the Ebon Hawk was taken by Carth Onasi and the survivors of the Endar Spire. (KOTOR, SWDB)

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

Davin, Cort
this man was one of the many followers of the Mandalorian way who hailed from Concord Dawn. A former Journeyman Proctor, Davin was eventually hired by the Kaminoan cloners to assist with the training of the clone troopers that were to become the Grand Army of the Republic. Davin's skills placed him in charge of training ARC Troopers and clone commanders, and he noted Commander Bacara among his most successful students. Because he was one of the few non-Mandalorians who were hired to train clones, Davin's students were often viewed as strangers, as they adopted many of his non-Mandalorian verbage and mannerisms. (SWI84)

Davip, Eldo
this man was a Commander in the New Republic Navy, and was in command of the Super-class Star Destroyer Lusankya during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Commander Davip, despite his ranking, was known for his indecision in battle, and many believed that he could not have reached the rank of Commander without a lot of help. He was suddenly forced into battle near Borleias when the ships under his command tried to reach the remnants of the New Republic gathered there. Davip and the Lusankya fell into a Yuuzhan Vong trap, and only the sheer number of weapons they could bring to bear on the aliens allowed the Lusankya to win the battle. Months later, Davip was at the helm of the Lusankya for the initial stages of Operation Emperor's Hammer, but found himself unable to lead the mission. His commanding officer, Wedge Antilles, refused to allow Davip to step down, and used subtle psychology to bolster Davip's confidence. After successfully repelling the Yuuzhan Vong, Commander Davip was ostensibly in command of the small fleet protecting the Starlancer Project's pipefighters. It was during this time that he and Antilles began refitting the Lusankya, taking away weapons emplacements which were "damaged" in battle and placing them on smaller ships. Although many of his subordinates questioned his ability to continue as Captain while the ship disintegrated around him, Davip knew that it was simply because his mission was a secret. Davip was actually overseeing the refitting of the Lusankya, primarily ensuring that the section known as the Beltway was strong enough to withstand an impact with a Yuuzhan Vong worldship. After the battle, Davip was promoted to Major General for his bravery at Borleias, and was nominated to join the chiefs of staff of the Galactic Alliance. (EL1, EL2, UF)

this jungle world is the homeworld of the roverine species of insect. (VOF)

this blonde-haired smuggler inhabited the Smuggler's Run, and operated out of Skip 5. He had a working relationship with the Jawas there. When Han Solo and Chewbacca were captured by Iisner while on Skip 5, Davis intervened and got them out of the situation. Davis had been developing a relationship with Sinewy Ana Blue over his years on the Run, but that came to a halt when several droids suddenly exploded throughout the Run. The droids were part of various cargoes paid for by Dolph, who had planned to have them explode on Coruscant. Instead, they were stolen by the smugglers of the Run. Davis happened to be too near one of the exploding droids, and was killed instantly by the blast. (TNR)

this was one of the most common given names used for human males throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

Davjaan inyameet
this was the Trandoshan term for a berserk, suicidal rage, which translated into Basic as "burning in the blood". Note that the second a in davjaan has an umlaut over it. (MBS)

this was the largest land mass - and the only true continent - located on the planet Procopia. Situated at the planet's southern pole, Davla was a land of volcanic activity swept by sub-zero winds. Note that the Player's Guoide to Tapani claims Davla was covered with verdant forests. (PGT, LOE)

this planet is the native world of the kalidor. (XW)

this man served as a Lieutenant in the Royal Security Force of Naboo, and was also a starfighter pilot. Shortly after the Battle of Naboo, Davonn assumed command of Guardian Flight, in an effort to ensure the security of the Naboo System. (WOA2)

Dav're, Jarmat
this man was one of Kuat Drive Yards' most successful starship designers, even though he never completed a single development project. His work was found on small star yachts as well as the Super-class Star Destroyer. After making several inquiries into anti-Imperial operations in the nearby sector, an Imperial Security Bureau agent started tailing him. Jarmat fled KDY, traveling under the alias of Renak Tivs and hiding out on an uncharted, tropical planet. (HAS)

this man was one of the many Mandalorians who were stranded on the moon Dxun, in the wake of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR2)

this complicated religion was founded on the sanctity of harmonics. (CCG9)

this thin Corellian was the captain of the Corellian Thunder. (SWJ9)

this Kerensikian clan was constantly at war with the Botor Enclave. (DESB)

Dawferm Selfhood States
analogous to the Botor Enclaves, this is a group of Kerensik natives. (DESB)

a Mugaari transport destroyed when the Empire subjugated the Tungra Sector. (TIE)

Dawn Beat
one of Talon Kaarde's smuggling ships, the Dawn Beat served as one of the primary escort ships that made up Karrde's fleet during the early years of the New Republic. Like the Amanda Fallow, the Dawn Beat was a modified YZ-775 that was armed with a pair of turbolasers, two double lasers, and two proton torpedo launchers. This gave the ship exceptional firepower for its size. The vessel could accommodate up to twelve passengers and 400 metric tons of cargo, and required a crew of eight to operate. (TLC, GMR4)

Dawn Raider
this was the name of Jaizen Suel's personal starfighter, a modified Cloakshape fighter. (NEGV)

a creature native to Endor, it gives a loud call when the sun first comes up each day. (AT)

Dawning of the Death Sun
this was one of the many references to the rogue planet Zonama Sekot, used by an obscure culture deep in the Unknown Regions of the galaxy. (FH2)

a form of gemstone found in the Hapes Cluster. (JE)

this was a common name among the Kilmaulsi race. (GORW)

this Tynnan demolitions expert worked with Kels Turkhorn and Cecil Noone during the height of the New Order. He was the latest in a long line of stock brokers, and was a noted water-wall player. He learned at a young age that blowing things up was fun, and spent much of his free time experimenting with explosives. When he was chosen by lottery to serve in the Tynnan government, Dawson fled his homeworld for fear of spending the rest of his life behind a desk. He wandered the galaxy for six years before signing on with Noone, and had been with the group for four years before the team was hired by Guttu the Hutt to steal a Hapan Gun of Command from Vop the Usurer. Dawson was known for his almost childish tendency to fixate on an object, but then abandon it when he was distracted or lost interest. He once tried to buy a Quay device from a Squib on Kabal, but the Squib refused to sell it to him. (SWJ15, GMR1)

Daxis Outpost
this New Republic station was located in the Outer Rim Territories, near the Serianan System. (SWJ8)

Day of Comprehending the Will of the Gods
see tizo'pil Yun'tchilat. (T)

Day of the Hunter
this Rodian ceremony lasted a full day on Rodia, and venerated the bounty hunters of Rodian history. (HR)

Day of the Sepulchral Night
this is the Zelosian name for a complete solar eclipse which occurs on the planet Zelos II. When one of the planet's four moons eclispes the sun Zelos, the darkened skies suddenly reveal the presence of the other three moons. They appear as if by magic as the planet is plunged into total darkness. The Zelosian fear of the dark is extremely heightened during this eclipse, and so this day is especially frightening to them. (PG2)

this was the name of the Grand Plaza located at the center of the Elrood Bazaar. It measured more than three kilometers across, and was surrounded by the Perma. (PG3)

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