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Jhemiti
a Mon Calamarian First Officer serving under Uwlla Iillor on the Corusca Rainbow. Jhemiti held the rank of Lieutenant in the New Republic. He later served as an administrative aide to the commanding officers of the New Republic's military. (WG, IR)

Jhensara
a smuggler who worked with three R-series droids: an R2 unit, and R3 unit, and an R5 unit. (SWJ7)

Jhensrus
this jungle world was located in Trax Sector, and was known throughout the sector as a frontier world. The planet's inhabitants battled on a regular basis to keep the creatures of the planet at bay, resulting in a population of fighters and survivors. (GMK)

Jhepar
this was a city located on Draenell's Point, on the continent of Mee'r. (GMK)

Jhoff
an Imperial Navy controller aboard the Executor, working as a space traffic controller for the command ship. (ROTJN)

Jhonems, Wil
this man served as a marketing manager for the Spotts TradeChip Company, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Jhonems believed that, as the galaxy fell into turmoil surrounding the secession of planets from the Old Republic, that sports figures were not the kinds of role models neededin the galaxy. He suggested that Spotts produce a series of tradechips depicting the images of Jedi Knights, allowing a new generation to find heroes in the Jedi. His plans were met with stern opposition from the Jedi Council, however. (HNN5)

Jhonterius Park
once located in the city of D'larah, Jhonterius Park was a small, yet beautiful, refuge on the planet Demophon. It was the home of the D'larah palm tree. While very beautiful to behold, much of the crime that took place in D'larah was committed in the Park after dark. (SN)

Jhordvar
this Noghri assassin was employed, for a brief time, by Jabba the Hutt, during the height of the Clone Wars. When Jhordvar tried to betray Jabba, the crimelord dispatched thirteen-year-old Boba Fett to bring him to justice. Fett found Jhordvar in Tatooine's Dune Sea, and defeated him in combat. The fighting led to Jhordvar's death, and Fett returned to Jabba with just his hands. Because a sandstorm had hit the area during the fighting, young Fett was forced to hole up in Jhordvar's hideout, leaving Jhordvar's body outside. The wind and sand stripped much of it to bare bone, and the only thing left to identify Jhordvar was the ring he wore on his finger. (BF5)

Jhorn, Pfilbee
this Imperial Sergeant was requisitioned for Emperor Palpatine's second expeditionary mission to Endor. The first returned with poor overall reporting, and Palpatine wanted more information. Jhorn was placed in the position of records officer, a role he did not relish. His report was bitter and resentful in tone, a fact not missing or ignored by the Emperor. When Jhorn returned from Endor, he was quickly transferred to a long tour of duty riding the solar focusing mirrors orbiting Coruscant. He was later assigned as a custodian for the Imperial garrison on Tatooine. (ISU)

Jhosa
this ancient Selkath served as a judge in Ahto City, on his homeworld of Manaan, during the decades leading up to the Great Sith War. Jhosa was one of the judges who presided over the trial of Sunry. He wondered why Sunry, a hero of former wars and a respected individual, was present at the scene of Elassa's murder. (KOTOR)

Jhunia Snow Plains
this was the name of the northern-most continental area of the planet Neftali. (BSS)

Ji
one of Akanah's childhood friends on Lucazec. Ji was a member of the Fallanassi. (BTS)

Ji
this man was the coach of the Shad Furies shockball team, during the height of the New Order. (CRO)

Ji
this Shyriiwook word was used as the prefix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "beloved" or "lucky", and could be combined with one or more suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

Ji rikkit
this illegal drug was smuggled off the planet New Plympto during the height of the New Order. (CCW)

Ji Rikknit
this was the name of the highly addictive intoxicant that was produced from the eggs and ovum sac of the rikknit. (CCW)

Ji, Phow
this man, a native of Bunduki and a member of the Followers of Palawa, was an expert in the martial art of teras kasi. Phow Ji won the tournament in Aslaja, just before the onset of the Clone Wars, defeating the Jedi Knight Joclad Danva in a 47-minute fight. It didn't matter to Phow Ji that Danva had detached himself from the Force for the fight; Ji just knew that he had bested a Jedi Knight in hand-to-hand combat. This only made his considerably large ego even bigger, and he often strutted around looking for a fight, just to prove his skills. At the height of the Clone Wars, some two years after the Battle of Geonosis, Phow Ji was hired by the Grand Army of the Republic to serve as a combat instructor on the planet Drongar. He was given the rank of Lieutenant and assigned to the military hospital known as Rimsoo Seven, where he found himself confronted with two worthy adversaries: Admiral Tarnese Bleyd and Jedi Padawan Barriss Offee. His mystique was quickly established when he defeated Usu Cley without breaking a sweat, but a captured holovid of his unprovoked killing of three Salissian mercenaries caught the ire of the doctors as well as Den Dhur. The Sullustan reporter, having been deprived of a scathing expose' on Filba the Hutt, chose to craft an article on Phow Ji's wanton disregard for life. Den Dhur portrayed him as an evil murderer, but his editors rewrote the article after learning the the Salissians had been working for Count Dooku. In the end, Phow Ji was painted as a hero of the Republic. After the Salissian incident, Barriss Offee found that she hated Phow Ji, an emotion that rose to the surface very quickly. Phow Ji recognized this, and took every opportunity to taunt the young Padawan. Offee was forced to swallow her pride, however, when she found Phow Ji on the battlefield near Rimsoo Seven. He had been fighting a squad of Salissians, and had defeated them all. Unknown to both, however, another enemy was hidden in the jungles, and managed to impale Phow Ji with a poisoned dart. Offee could not let another being die in front of her, no matter how badly she hated him, and she drew on the Force to remove the poison from his system. Unfortunately, Phow Ji took the Padawan's actions as a slight, and recklessly plunged into another battle in a fit of berserk rage. Without backup and still recovering, Phow Ji was quickly overrun by Salissian mercenaries. However, rather than dying alone, Phow Ji extracted a large grenade and detonated it in his hand, killing the Salissians and himself as well. The news of his reckless act was twisted by the reporters of the Old Republic and portrayed as a heroic act that had far-reaching benefits for the war effort. (HNN5, MBS, MJH)

Jia, Kvarm
this New Republic Senator represented many worlds in the Tapani Sector of the galaxy, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. An elderly man, Senator Jia was one of the few supporters of the Jedi Knights in the Senate. (SBS)

Jiaan
this planet was subjugated by the Empire during the early years of the New Order. (SWJ12)

Jiaguin
this was the Ansionian god of guile. (APS)

Ji-ant
this insectile creature had small antennae, in comparison to the rest of its body. (MC9)

Jiaozi
this was one of the larger cities established on the planet Felucia by Gossam settlers. It was the site of a water processing facility during the height of the Clone Wars.. (SWDB)

Jib Kopatha
this Bothan crimelord and information broker was one of many minor underworld figures who were active during the height of the New Order. He ran his small operation from Void Station, a wondrous fortress built on the surface of a remote asteroid. The forces of the Empire made frequent use of Jib's services, until his information began to grow unreliable. Darth Vader was dispatched to ensure Jib's continued cooperation and loyalty to the Empire, which could be demonstrated if Jib could obtain viable information on the Alliance forces that destroyed the first Death Star. Jib feared for his own life, given that he had only a short period of time to obtain the information Vader wanted. Luckily, Sheel Odala came to him with an offer to repay the debt show owed him: she would provide Han Solo as a means of erasing the debt. Jib's Trandoshan thugs captured Solo, and brought him to Kopatha for interrogation. Solo proved to be much stronger than Kopatha's interrogation expert, Choba, had anticipated, and Kopatha decided that he would be better off just turning Solo over to Vader for further interrogation. It was then that Sheel and Chewbacca rescued Solo, leaving Kopatha to face Vader's wrath. He tried to talk his way out the situation, claiming that he had Solo under interrogation but managed to lose him. Vader was not pleased, and beheaded Kopatha with a single arc of his lightsaber. (SWEV, SWEIA)

Jidlor System
this planetary system is the home of the Swaze. (GG12)

Jid'yda
this Bothan served the New Republic Navy, and rose to the ranks of Admiral. When the Republic began its blockade of Farlax Sector and the Koornacht Cluster, Jid'yda was considered as a choice to replace Etahn A'baht. He was Borsk Fey'lya's first choice, but was not selected for the position. (SOL)

Jiffies
this was a slang term for the male genitalia, as in the phrase, "I just slipped your jiffies off the roaster", indicating that one being had saved the life of another. (SHPT)

Jig Time
this was a little-used smuggler's phrase, used to indicate the speedy resolution of a situation. (DW)

Jigani Port
this was the primary spaceport located on the planet Desevro, located on a rocky outcropping above Maslovar and the Swamplands. This location kept it away from the bustle of the city, allowing offworld visitors to get their bearings before venturing into Maslovar. Most of the starship berths were situated atop stone pillars that were carved from the bedrock of the planet, while others seemed to have been cobbled together from older pillars that had fallen over the millennia. Rope bridges connected the berths to the main facility, and spiral staircases carved into the pillars allowed visitors to reach the city itself. (GORW)

Jigoba
this Corporate Sector crimelord held a great deal of power before the rise of the New Order. He once employed Ploovo Two-for-One as a loan shark. (CSA)

Jih-tan
this Ebranite thilda - or clan - has has a long-standing rivalry with the Rull clan. (GG12)

Jiir
this man was part of a militant group which supported the Alliance forces on Ralltiir, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. Jiir, his younger brother Basso, and their men planned to rescue Leia Organa after she was apprehended by Lord Tion. Their plans were nearly smashed by the skilled Imperial stormtroopers protecting Tion, but Basso managed to reach Leia. However, in order to ensure Basso's success, Jiir and his men were forced to prolong their firefight with the Imperials. Jiir was shot and killed in the fight. (SWEP)

Jiivahar
this tree-dwelling species of hairless simians was native to the planet Carest 1. Their form appeared to be lanky and ungraceful, but the jiivahar were exceptionally limber, and moved through the thykar trees with ease. Their fingers and toes were very long, made for grasping branches, and secrete sarvin to help them hold onto them. Their skulls were flattened and elongated, with large eyes. Their skeletons were hollow, making them very light for their size. There were no written laws in Jiivahar society, but every individual was compelled to act according to the needs of the community. (AE)

Jijite
this small, insect-like reptile was native to the open plains of the planet Ansion. They lived in large hives, burrowing into the ground to live among, and feed on, the root systems of the grasses which populated the plains. The jijite workers built tall, stony pillars from miniscule pebbles and an extruded form of mortar, which served to vent warm air from the tunnels below as well as lookout positions for jijite sentries. These pillars were incredibly strong, and could withstand the blunt assault of a kyren flock. (APS)

Ji'kata
this Em'liy was distinguished in the history of the planet Shalyvane. (UANT)

Jik'Tal
this Jawa was the leader of the group hired by Yin Vocta to serve as private security agents at the Bantha Traxx establishment on Lianna. The Jawas were trained by the Rodian mercenary Ne'Chak, who owed Vocta a favor. Jik'Tal had craved adventure as a youth, and eas eventually banished from his tribe to violating its policy of non-violence. Seven other members of the clan left with him, leaving Tatooine behind on the first transport and ending up on Lianna. (WSV)

Jiktha
this male Jawa was a junk peddler who worked near Mos Espa, on the planet Tatooine, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Jabba the Hutt issued a bounty for his capture after servant droid he purchased from Jiktha proved to be faulty, and Jiktha refused to refund the Hutt's credits. This bounty was eventually claimed by Jango Fett, who was on Tatooine trying to arrange a meeting with Jabba. (BH)

Jiliac Desilijic Tiron
this huge Hutt was Jabba's uncle, and was the leader of the Desilijic kajidic during the early years of the New Order. He maintained a vast estate on Nal Hutta, known as the Winter Palace, and was the de facto ruler of the planet Dilbana. Early in the reign of Emperor Palpatine, Jiliac and Jabba were in the business of supplying raw spice to Zavval and Teroenza for processing on Ylesia. They also hired pirates to waylay transport ships from Ylesia which carried the processed spice, thereby obtaining sellable goods for nothing. When Zavval died on Ylesia, Jiliac and Jabba were forced into a series of confrontations with Aruk and Durga. In the midst of these battles, Jiliac became pregnant and became a female. After the birth of her baby, Jiliac became so wrapped up with maternal instincts that Jabba feared Desilijic would be taken over. Jiliac retained her sharp intellect, though, but sometimes failed to understand Jabba's devious plans. They successfully lobbied at the Hutt Grand Council to penalize clan Besadii for its monopolization of the spice market, but this incurred Durga the Hutt's wrath. Durga challenged Jiliac to combat under the Old Law, and the younger Hutt prevailed. During the battle, Jabba also murdered Jiliac's offspring, leaving Jabba alone as Deslijic's leader. Note that the Hutt! Hutt! Hutt! feature on the Wizards of the Coast website (www.wizards.com) indicates that Jiliac was actually Jabba's father, and that Jabba was his oldest offspring. (TPS, THG, RD, WOTC)

Jilieren
this was a common name among the Sarkan race. (UANT)

Jiljoo
this was a common name given to Twi'lek females, and meant "gem" in the Twi'leki language. (GCG)

Jilljoo Jab
this young Twi'leki female worked as a waitress in Mos Zabu, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. When Domo Jones defeated Ep Gart, Jilljoo realized that she was attracted to the young man. (T7)

Jillsarian
this was a race of heavily-muscled, four-armed humanoids. (CRO)

Jimke Weet
this noted kloo horn player went bankrupt, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars, after a four-year search for his missing son, Salek Weet. (HNN4)

Jimmer
this Mostlaa was Nilya Fek'ra's assistant. (GMH)

Jimvu
this large, reptilian creature was native to the planet Naboo. The jimvu had six legs, making it a capable runner. The neck of the jimvu was covered with a row of short knobs, and the beaked nose was used in defense. (WSW)

Jin
this race of reed-thin humanoids was native to the Zchtek worlds of the Mid Rim Territories. Their are reptilian, and are able to see into the infrared spectrum. They have large eyes which dominate a short-snouted face, and their small teeth indicate a herbivorous ancestry. Their homeworlds were subjugated by the Empire early in the reign of Emperor Palpatine. Their coloration ranges from dark yellow to dark green, and tends to match their surroundings. (SWJ10)

Jinapoor
see Jinapur (E1A6)

Jinapur
this is a desert plant native to Tatooine. Its dried wood is often used in carvings. Note that this might be another spelling of japor. (E1A5)

Jinart
this odd woman joined Birhan's family as a domestic worker shortly after the Battle of Geonosis. Jinart performed many duties for Birhan's family, although none of them remembered where she came from or how she came to work for them. This was primarily because Jinart wasn't actually human. In fact, Jinart was one of the many disguises adopted by the Gurlanin known as Jinart, during her assistance to Darman and Etain Tur-Mukan. (RCHC)

Jinart
this Gurlanin and her consort, Valaqil, were part of a large group of Gurlanin who agreed to assist the forces of the Old Republic in removing the Separatists who had taken control of their homeworld of Qiilura, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. Valaqil was part of the initial intelligence gathering team, along with Jedi Master Kast Fulier and his Padawan, Etain Tur-Mukan. Jinart remained in the field, and managed to track Tur-Mukan to the homestead of Birhan. She assumed the guise of an elderly woman and joined Birhan's clan as a domestic worker, until she could make contact with Tur-Mukan and let her know about the presence of Darman in the nearby woods. Jinart then helped the pair rendezvous with the rest of Omega Squad. She then disappeared into the forests, returning only briefly with information Hokan's movements. While she was in the fields, Jinart left behind signs that falsely indicated that there were other squads of clone commandos on Qiilura, in an effort to fool Hokan into believing he was dealing with a larger assault force. She also agreed to help with the final assault planned by Omega Squad, and assumed the guise of a human child to infiltrate Lik Ankkit's villa and place several explosives deep inside the building. After Ovolot Qail Uthan was captured- with much assistance from Jinart - she commanded Etain Tur-Mukan to remember her assistance, as well as that of other Gurlanin, so that the Gurlanin people would be left free to pursue their own civilization. (RCHC)

Jinathik
this asteroid belt was located in the Garqi System, between the worlds of Garqi and Elsho. (GORW)

Jinda
this gypsy-like tribe inhabited the Forest Moon of Endor, and were believed to be distant cousins of the Ewoks. They were constantly getting lost. Years before the Battle of Endor, the Jindas were farmers who lived their lives under the protection of the Rock Wizard. When they mad ethe Rock Wizard angry, the Wizard banished them from his kingdom, forcing them to meander the surface of the moon in search of a new home. (ECAR)

Jinda System
this Tapani Sector star system was part of the holdings of House Calipsa during the New Order. (LOE)

Jinder, J'an Ane
this Jedi Guardian worked on the planet Mrlsst during the last decades of the Old Republic. In order to gain passage off the planet, Jinder had to solve a series of logic riddles posed to her by the Mrlissi. (WOTC)

Jinet
this remote planet, located in Brak Sector, was the site of an Alliance base which was estasblished shortly before the Battle of Yavin. (FBS)

Jing
this young boy was one of the many miners who worked on Katanos VII, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. He had been taught that the Jedi Knights were powerful magicians, who could use their connection to the Force to rip out a person's mind. Jing was sent with his father, Andru, to greet Jedi Master Lunis and his apprentice, Obs Kaj, when the pair traveled to Katanos VII to investigate a possible link to the Separatist plan to produce clones. When the Jedi discovered the hidden cloning facility on the planet, Jing was eager to prove himself in battle. However, he was unprepared for the savage attacks of the other miners, and was killed in the fighting. (T19)

Jin'ha
this sinister, criminal organization was active during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. They were discovered by the Jedi Council to have been mining cortosis ore, in an effort to prepare themselves for an attack on the Jedi. Further investigation by Obi-Wan Kenobi revealed that the Jin'ha were, in fact, mining the cortosis ore for the Trade Federation. (SWI59)

Jinjang
this shrub, native to the Forest Moon of Endor, produced sweet berries that were harvested by the Ewoks. (ECAR)

Jin-Jin
this Outer Rim smuggler was trained at the Imperial Academy to be a TIE Fighter pilot, but botched one too many missions to remain in his commanding officer's good graces. Rather than face a courtmartial, he tried to steal a TIE Fighter. He was forced to hode aboard the Beggar's Solace, and was taken on a wild ride when the ship's hyperdrive motivator started acting up. Having escaped from Imperial service, Jin-Jin went to work as an independent mercenary, but his ineptitude continued to dog his career. He was forced to capture an entire royal family, after being witnessed trying to rescue their daughter from Imperial custody. When Jin-Jin won a fortune gambling on Mepha'as Prime, he sunk it all into real estate on Alderaan a week before the Empire destroyed the planet. Broke, Jin-Jin took the Beggar's Solace and set out to make a name for himself as a smuggler. He found that he was good at it, and his bumbles became a thing of the past. (SWJ5)

Jink
this was a common name among the Toydarian race. (WOTC, UANT)

Jinkins
this Bith was a known comrade of the Feeorin smuggler Nym. Jinkins was originally employed as an engineer with the Nubian Design Collective, where he was the lead engineer on the development of the Scurrg H-6 bomber. After the Naboo rejected the ship's design, and the Nubians scrapped the project entirely, Jinkins arranged with Nym to steal the only prototype and use it as their own vessel. With Nym, Jinkins served as a sensor and scanner operator aboard the newly renamed Havoc. Nym considered Jinkins the best engineer in the galaxy, rivalled only by the starshipswrights on Charros IV. He piloted the Freefall, a ship he described as a "freefall bomber." Jinkins remained with Nym for many decades, continuing to serve as a chief lieutenant after Nym assumed the leadership of Lok during the height of the New Order. (T7, GMR5, SWI65, NEGV, JSF)

Jinn, Qui-Gon
this Jedi Master was known as one of the order's most formidable members, but his recklessness and his devotion to seemingly inane causes kept him from becoming a member of the 12-being Jedi Council. Trained by a Master who had worked with students for 400 years, Qui-Gon was generally regarded as one of the best pure swordsmen the order had ever seen. Note that the HoloNetNew.com website claims Qui-Gon was trained by Count Dooku. However, Qui-Gon was also something of a maverick, and was unable to control his inner sense of purpose. His methods were a share contrast to one of his contemporaries, a woman named Tahl. They were friends during their training, and both achieved the level of Jedi Knight at about the same time. Qui-Gon wore his hair long in a tacit defiance of the Jedi order's rules. His control of the living Force was deep, although his abilities with the unifying Force were not as strong. After successfully training a Padawan apprentice, it was Qui-Gon who discovered the young boy named Xanatos, and brought him to Coruscant for training despite his age and spoiled nature. When the Council allowed Qui-Gon to take a Padawan, Qui-Gon chose Xanatos immediately. Qui-Gon either failed to - or chose not to - see Xanatos' many failings, regarding the boy's mistakes and growing anger as minor things, much the way a father would. In the end, this caused him great trouble. Shortly before Xanatos was to take the tests to determine his eligiblity to become a Jedi Knight, Master Yoda dispatched Qui-Gon and his Padawan to Telos, on an unspecific mission. While there, Qui-Gon was confronted with Xanatos' treachery in the attack on a neighboring world. Qui-Gon was forced to kill Xanatos' father, Crion, in a battle, and earned Xanatos' unending hatred from that point on. The youth fled, and Qui-Gon was left to return to Coruscant without a Padawan. He claimed that Xanatos had been killed in battle, and vowed never to take another Padawan again. He continued to interview new students, but always left without choosing an apprentice. Years later, he was charged by Master Yoda to travel to the planet Bandomeer and assist the government there in negotiating a mining treaty. The trip put him in close quarters with young Obi-Wan Kenobi, whom he had recently passed up as a Padawan apprentice. They were then drawn into the schemes of Xanatos, who hoped to exact revenge on Qui-Gon by killing him on Bandomeer. During their missions, which suddenly became a single mission, Qui-Gon realized that he and Obi-Wan were closely meshed with the Force. During their escape from Xanatos' trap in the ionite mines, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan became linked in the Force, something that was only meant to happen to a Master and his apprentice. After their escape, Qui-Gon realized that Obi-Wan was not to be taken lightly, and he took the boy as his Padawan learner. Together, they explored the Force for some twelve years before the Trade Federation invaded the peaceful world of Naboo. It was during this time that Qui-Gon pledged his life to the now-Jedi Master Tahl, during their mission to New Apsolon. Unfortunately, Tahl was captured by Balog and tortured until she could barely survive. Qui-Gon was able to rescue her, but the best medical care on New Apsolon was unable to save her life. For many months, Qui-Gon felt broken and out of synch with the galaxy, as his heart mourned the loss of the woman who "made him whole." More than a decade after Tahl's death on New Apsolon, Supreme Chancellor Valorum asked that a team of Jedi be dispatched to negotiate with the Neimoidians, so Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were sent to Naboo. There, they became entangled in the intricate web being woven by Darth Sidious. Their mission quickly changed to the protection of Queen Amidala, whom they planned to transport to Coruscant for an appeal to the Senate. Their ship sustained large amounts of damage in clearing the Trade Federation blockade, and they were forced to land on Tatooine to repair the ship. While on the planet, Qui-Gon discovered the existence of young Anakin Skywalker. A check of the boy's blood revealed an incredibly high concentration of midi-chlorians, and after learning of Shmi Skywalker's description of Anakin's conception, he believed that he had found the prophecied Chosen One. He also discovered the existence of Darth Maul, and barely escaped from the Sith Lord. He brought Anakin before the Jedi Council, but was sternly rebuffed for his impertinence. Instead, they were all sent back to Naboo to protect Amidala in her attempt to break the Trade Federation blockade on her own. While the Queen succeeded, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were forced to confront Darth Maul again. In an epic battle within the Theed palace's power station, Qui-Gon was separated from Obi-Wan by the power plant's security lasers. Forced to battle the Sith Lord on his own, Qui-Gon was physically unable to compete. Darth Maul was able to stun Qui-Gon before killing the Jedi Master with a quick jab of his double-bladed lightsaber, while Obi-Wan looked on helplessly. Obi-Wan was able to defeat Darth Maul once freed from the lasers, but was too late to save his Master. Obi-Wan held Qui-Gon as he died, vowing to continue his Master's dream of training young Anakin Skywalker. Some ten years later, when Anakin Skywalker murdered a clan of Tusken Raiders on Tatooine after the death of his mother, Yoda seemed to hear Qui-Gon's disembodied voice on Coruscant. This contradicted the very nature of death, since a Jedi was supposed to lose their identity when they joined with the Force. Qui-Gon's voice troubled Yoda for many years, until Anakin Skywalker fell to the Dark Side of the Force and became Darth Vader. Qui-Gon's spirit reappeared to Yoda, and explained that he had learned of a way to become one with the Force yet still retain the ability to influence the physical world. Qui-Gon's spirit then explained the teachings of the Whills to Yoda and Obi-Wan, to ensure that they would be able to help Anakin fulfill his destiny as the Chosen One. (SW1, RF, DR, IG1, TTB, DOH, HNN5, AOTC, SWDB, SOJ, IS3)

Jinn, Tyla
this underworld figure was common in the cantinas of Theed, on the planet Naboo, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWGAL)

Jinorota City
this city was located on the planet Werncin 3. (SWJ10)

Jin'ri Trade Syndicate
this organization formed in the wake of the Battle of Duro, seeking to profit from the war against the Yuuzhan Vong by running supplies and weapons to worlds willing to pay their exhorbitant prices. (EVR)

Jinsol
this exotic spice was created on just one planet, Haruun Kal. This made it very expensive. (SHPT)

Jinwa Raiders
this was a notorious band of alien pirates which was operative during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A band of Jinwa Raiders was defeated by a shipful of droids, when C-3PO and R2-D2 were forced to pilot an Alliance transport to Ladro. The pirates' attack killed the small command crew, but the droids managed to avoid capture and reach Ladro unharmed. (T8)

Jinzler, Dean
the youngest of four children raised on Coruscant, Jinzler was a silver-haired man once worked for Talon Karrde as an information specialist, during the years following the cease-fire between the Imperial Remnant and the New Republic. He was a middle-aged man in his sixties, with no specific training but with a wide range of knowledge on many subjects. Jinzler was hired at a point in Karrde's history when his information sharing operation was growing faster than he could handle, and Jinzler was one of possibly many agents who weren't at all loyal to Karrde. When a message was received at Comra through Karrde's network from Voss Parck on Nirauan, but was addressed to Luke Skywalker, Jinzler stole the message and fled Comra. Karrde managed to learn of the theft, however, since Jinzler's disappearance coincided with the message's theft. Karrde also learned that Jinzler had specifically requested a transfer to Comra just eight weeks earlier, which was too much of a coincidence to ignore. Karrde set out to locate Jinzler, while Luke set off for Nirauan. However, it was Luke who found Jinzler first, when Jinzler was introduced as the New Republic's Ambassador on the mission to recover the remains of the Outbound Flight Project. He conned Aristocra Formbi into believing he was actually a representative of the Republic in order to gain access to Outbound Flight. Underneath his charade, Jinzler wanted to learn more about his older sister, Lorana, who he had hated because she was a Jedi and not him. However, after spending time with Evlyn Tabory aboard Outbound Flight, Jinzler came to realize that his hatred was nothing more than jealousy, that his parents had loved all their children equally. Even after Lorana's lightsaber was destroyed in the attempt to retake control of the D-Four Dreadnaught from Estosh and the Vagaari, Jinzler found himself finally at peace with his sister's memory. She had died trying to save Outbound Flight, and that was all that mattered. In the aftermath of the mission, Jinzler decided to accompany the survivors of Outbound Flight to Nirauan, so that he could be with Rosemari Tabory and her daughter, Evlyn. (SQ)

Jinzler, Lorana
this young woman, the third of four children, was the sister of Dean Jinzler. Two years older than Dean, Lorana was also one of the dozen Jedi Knights who were assigned to the Outbound Flight Project, shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. She died when Outbound Flight was attacked by Thrawn, while attempting to save the civilian population of the ship from certain death. Her lightsaber was recovered from among the debris and bodies Luke Skywalker and his wife, Mara Jade Skywalker, found on the bridge of the D-One Dreadnaught. At the time, they believed it was Jorus C'baoth's blade, but Dean Jinzler confirmed it was Lorana's. He asked Luke to hold onto the weapon until their group returned to the Brask Oto Command Station, in case the Jedi needed it to fight their way out. Luke and Mara were forced to use Lorana's lightsaber in a desparate attempt to destroy the droideka that was protecting Estosh and his Vagaari aboard the D-Four Dreadnaught. The lightsaber was destroyed when the droideka exploded, much to Luke's dismay. (SQ)

Jiod
this New Republic agent served on the Glorious as a member of the scanning crew monitoring the Teljkon vagabond. (BTS)

Jion, Shep
this man was a Baron within House Melantha, but chose to pursue a military career with the Imperial Army. He later transferred back to Tapani Sector, joining the 1st Tapani Assault Battlegroup. He was also an active member of the Order ot the Kilmer Bange, and had orders to report on Major General Corvae's actions. (LOE)

Jip Toorr
the Yevethan commander of the warship Devotion. Toorr was in command of the Yevethan fleet which monitored the New Republic's incursions into the Koornacht Cluster, during the Black Fleet Crisis. (BTS, TT)

Jipoly Numifolis
this being was the Captain of Coruscant's limmie team, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Numifolis had a daunting task, as Coruscant's team was inexperienced and badly outmatched by the older teams in the league. (HNN4)

Jiprirr
this Wookiee's mate was burned by flame beetles and fell from the Gathering Trail during her son's Test of Ascension. (TT)

Jiqui
the fruit of this plant was known for its bitter-tasting peel. (GMR10)

Jir Taalan
this was the name of a distinguished Togruta individual. (UANT)

Jir, Daine
this bold and outspoken Imperial Commander served on the Devastator when it captured the consular ship Tantive IV. He served as an aide to Darth Vader. (CCG2)

Jira
this elderly woman was a native of the streets of Mos Espa, and was a close friend of young Anakin Skywalker. She had been living on Tatooine for some time, and could tell the changes in the weather by the various aches and pains in her bones. (SW1, TPM)

Jiramma
this was one of the many Hutt kajidics which operated from a base on Nar Shaddaa during the last decades of the Old Republic and into the era of the New Order. (TF)

Jiree
this Rodian thug woked for Eelian Kirat as a part of the Nalmar criminal organization. Jiree often accompanied Elana Nalmar on undercover missions, serving as her bodyguard. (FBS)

Jiriss, Roget
this woman was one of the most successful smugglers of the early years of the New Republic. Her fees were correspondingly high, but well worth the investment. She was a brash, confident woman who hated pirates of any kind. (GG11)

Jiroch-Kalok
this was another name for the planet Kalok. (UANT)

Jiroch-Reslia
this planet, the third and primary world in the Jiroch System, is the homeworld of the Tunroth. Together with Kalok and Saloch, they are known as the Triumvirate. A Jedi shrine is rumored to exist in the system. (GG12)

Jiroch-Saloch
this was another name for the planet Saloch. (UANT)

Jisasu
a city on Lucazec founded by the Fallanassi. It was connected to Big Hill by the Crown Pass Road. (BTS)

Jisk
this was a common name among Quarren females. It meant "fun-loving" or "playful". (GCG)

Jith
this name was given to female Zabrak, and meant "wise" - or, more precisely, "ghost-wise", a term which may have referred to an ancient Force-sensitive Zabrak. (GCG)

Jitte
an Alliance escort carrier destroyed during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Jiuk
this was a common female name given to Sullustan females. It meant "pretty" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

Jiuk'chtna
a Duros trader. (RPG)

Jiva Shelani
this was the name of a noted Thakwaash individual. (UANT)

Jivis
this Duros worked for Gamgalon on Varonat. (TFE)

Jivrak, Reesen
this Alliance General was discharged from duty because of his unethical and cruel tactics. He was known to have stolen a TelBrinTel research droid from an Imperial convoy, renaming it Geth and making a variety of modification himself. After leaving the service of the Alliance, Jivrak and his followers fled to Ohratuu, where they set out to develop their own army of beast soldiers. (SWJ10)

Jivv Space City
this Duros colony orbits the planet Duro. (GG7)

Jix
see Jixton, Wrenga (SOTE)

Jix
this was one of the most common names given to male Corellians. (GMR9)

Jixton, Wrenga
this Corellian underworld figure was known for his resourcefulness and his ruthlessness. A former Imperial Gunnery Sergeant known to his comrades a Jix, he was part of the task force that was sent to Falleen to accompany Darth Vader's experiment there. After the experiment failed, Jixton was court-martialled and sent to Kessel, but he quickly escaped from the prison complex and became a mercenary. He again encountered Vader several years later on the planet Aridus, where he had been hiding from the Empire. During this time, Jix had befriended the native Chubbits. When Vader was nearly killed in the explosion of the Iron Tower, Jix found him and would have killed the Dark Lord in revenge, but decided against it rather than risk the wrath of the Empire. Jix loaded Vader's body onto a starship and set out to deliver him, but Vader awoke and realized the situation. He offered Jix the chance to return to Aridus without fear of Imperial pursuit if he agreed to do whatever the Dark Lord needed. Jix was forced to agree to the deal, and he became an effective agent of Vader's. In this capacity, Jix exposed the liaison between Frija and Admiral Droon. Jix was later infiltrated into Jabba the Hutt's organization following the Dark Lord's failure to capture Luke Skywalker on Cloud City. Vader instructed Jix to become one of Jabba's swoop gang members, and to capture Luke when he arrived on Tatooine to plan the rescue of Han Solo. Jix nearly captured Luke in a swoop race through Beggar's Canyon, but Dash Rendar was able to disrupt his plans and get Luke free of the swoop gang. (SEC, SSE, SST)

Jizal Taphan
this Duros privateer had worked a number of jobs for the megacorporations which mined the surface of her homeworld, only to be betrayed by the anti-alien sentiments of the Empire. She spent much of her life striking back at the various Corellian corporations which had slighted her, attacking their convoys and stealing their cargoes. She was targetted by Elav Feen for capture, since she had been disrupting many of his own shipments, but was never captured. (GMR2)

Jizz
an upbeat, jazzy form of music. (ROTJ)

Jizz
a long-reeded instrument which forms the basis for most jizz bands. (TCC)

Jizz-box
a musical instrument. (POT)

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