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this was the fifth month of the Tapani local calendar, which mapped almost directly to the Coruscant local calendar. (PGT)

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

Nelprin, Shalla
this dark-skinned woman, a native of the planet Ingo, joined Wraith Squadron shortly before they were assigned by the New Republic to hunt down Warlord Zsinj. She was the younger sister of Vula Nelprin, and was also personally trained by her father in hand-to-hand combat. Her father, an irascible man, had faked his own death in order to avoid Imperial entanglements and led to Ingo to raise his family. She used this skill to help the Wraiths become better ground agents, especially in preparation for their activities against Warlord Zsinj. She was assigned the position of Wraith Ten serving as Myn Donos' wingman, after the losses of Eurssk Thri'ag and Falynn Sandskimmer. She assumed the identity of Qatya Nassin as part of the Hawk-bat Independent Space Force, and was supposedly killed in action during Warlord Zsinj's attempt to steal the Razor's Kiss, In actuality, she commandeered a TIE Interceptor and landed atop the Razor's Kiss's shield generator platform. Once the New Republic forces were arrayed in a constraining pattern, Shalla destroyed one of the Super-class Star Destroyer's shields. Voort saBinring knocked out the other, and the Razor's Kiss was destroyed by the Republic's forces. For her part in this and other missions, Shalla was promoted to Lieutenant following the battle over Kuat. (IF)

Nelprin, Vula
this woman served the New Republic and a hand-to-hand combat specialist. She was the sister of Shalla Nelprin. Trained by her father, Vyn Narcassan, she herself later trained the Republic's commandos and other operatives in the art of fighting without a weapon, and was known to be an excellent -though physical - teacher. (IF)

Nelroni Marauders
this ancient group of pirates was based on the planet Voon until they took control of the Hyabb-Twith Corridor, nearly 1,000 years after the Great Sith War. They preyed upon the ongoing feud between the governments of Hyabb and Twith, and eventually the Marauders established a base on Dachat. The Old Republic demanded that the Jedi Knights step in and remove the Nelroni threat. In what became known as the Hyabb-Twith Campaigns, the Jedi eventually rooted the Nelroni out of their bases on Voon and Dachat. The battles wages for several years before the Jedi - led by Arca Jeth - managed to eliminate the Nelroni threat. (TOJC)

Nels, Res
this man served as a Captain in the Alliance, and was in charge of the rescue operation put in place to retrieve Lieutenant Talnar from Naalol. (GMR5)

Neluenf, Ben
this man was generally considered the greatest podracer ever born and raised on the planet Tatooine. The tableland known as Ben's Mesa, around which wove the Mos Espa Circuit racecourse, was named for this man. (IWE1)

Neluenf, Will
this young man was the son of Ben Neluenf, and continued his father's podracing traditions during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Will participated in the illegal podraces that were held on Euceron, four years prior to the onset of the Clone Wars, against the backdrop of the Galactic Games. (JQ3)

this was another name used to describe the Nelvaanian race. (SWDB)

this planet was the primary world in the Koobi System, which was located some thirteen parsecs from Tythe. Note that Labyrinth of Evil indicates that the planet is part of the Nelvaan System. The planet's location in the Outer Rim kept it free of the influences of the Old Republic, although several Bothan freighters made regular runs to Nelvaan to acquire the pure water that flowed from glacial runoffs. When the Old Republic's forces nearly captured Count Dooku on Tythe, during the final stages of the Clone Wars, many Separatist ships jumped from Tythe to Nelvaan to escape the battle. This was mainly a ruse, since the ships only briefly remained at Nelvaan before jumping to a nearby location and then to Coruscant, where they assisted General Grievous' forces in the First Battle of Coruscant. Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker were dispatched to Nelvaan to investigate, and discovered the Nelvaanians - a race of feline beings which appeared to be made up of only females and children. The males had been captured and twisted by the Separatists as part of an experiment for creating their own organic army. Anakin, in a trial ordered by the natives and decreed by Obi-Wan to be his final test, destroyed the Separatist facility and freed the males. (LEV, CWC3, OWS, SWDB)

this was the native language of the Nelvaanian race. Many words and phrases were taken from the Nelvaanese language by Bothan traders, who used it in the trade language employed on many worlds in the vicinity of Nelvaan. (SWDB)

this feline race of beings was native to the planet Nelvaan. At the time of the Clone Wars, the Nelvaanians were a simple people, living in small tribes without any thought of planetary government and the galaxy at large. (OWS, SWDB)

this species of flying creature inhabits the swamps of Ergeshui. They are about 10 inches in length, with a 20-inch wingspan. They attack in swarms, employing a shrill, insectile buzzing that immobilizes their prey. Once they attack, they latch onto their victim and suck out its bodily fluids. (PG2)

Nematiec Gang
this gang was defeated by Bogga the Hutt, who used Enforcer One to destroy their asteroid base. (EGV)

Nembus Sector
this area of the galaxy was subjugated and then heavily re-equipped by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (ISB, SWMW)

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

an Imperial-I class Star Destroyer, the Nemesis was part of Grand Admiral Thrawn's fleet during the years following the Battle of Endor. The Nemesis was one of the Star Destroyers that Thrawn used to attack Bpfassh, as one of his first moves against the New Republic. (HTTE)

this was the brand name of Mili-Corp's DZ 17X powered armor. (GUN)

Nemesis One
Corran Horn's callsign, used during his imprisonment at the Lusankya facility. The Nemesis flight group was the forerunner of Avenger Squadron. (KT)

this Imperial logistics officer served on the Avenger during the last years of the New Order. Fiercely competitive, he was a member of the Imperial Navy Line Branch. During the Battle of Hoth, Nemet was responsible for relaying important scanner data to Captain Needa. (CCG4)

this ancient Jedi Master once served the Jedi Order on the planet Dantooine, where he died many millennia before the Battle of Yavin. His remains were found in a collection of strange ruins on the planet, and many within the Jedi enclave felt that these ruins were the key to understanding why Darth Revan and Darth Malak turned to the Dark Side of the Force. (KOTOR)

this Nautolan appeared on Ord Cestus, bringing news from Count Dooku to the Five Families during the height of the Clone Wars. Nemonus was known for a number of crimes in which he held innocent people hostage to obtain what he wanted, trading blood for credits. In reality, Nemonus was Jedi Master Kit Fisto, who tried to frighten the Families into joining the Old Republic during the war. Nemonus claimed that Dooku was greatly upset at the Families' attempt to raise the prices of their JK-series droids, and that Dooku feared the Families could no longer be trusted. In order to force their hands, Nemonus managed to kidnap several prominent members of the Five Families, and held them in a speeder deep in the tunnels below ChikatLik. The plan was to make the Five Families believe that Count Dooku had betrayed them, then to have Obi-Wan Kenobi "rescue" the leaders as a way to lure the Five Families into siding with the Republic. In a carefully staged fight, Obi-Wan was able to drive Nemonus off, thereby saving the Family members from harm. Unfortunately, while the entire incident did convince the Five Families to briefly side with the Republic, the entire incident was recorded by Asajj Ventress. The Dark Jedi then provided a tape of the incident to the Five Families, showing that the entire kidnapping was a farce. (TCD)

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

this escort freighter intercepted the Spirit of Jabba shortly after the smaller ship was stolen by Big Gizz and Spiker. The Nemphas was operated by Gorga the Hutt's minions. (TJT)

Nemrileo irm-Drocubac
this being, a native of the planet Tanjay IV, was one of the supporters of the secession movement which rose in the Old Republic Senate during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Nemrileo hated the common being, despite the fact that his own lifestyle was based on their output. However, he had never worked with Shu Mai before joining the secession movement, and questioned her loyalty to the cause. For his doubts, Nemrileo was murdered by hidden agents, as a message to the rest of the secession movement. Ostensibly the victim of a speeder crash on Coruscant, he was survived by a wife and two children. (APS, HNN5)

an Imperial system patrol craft operative during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this is the fifth combination symbol in the Aurebesh script, and represents the Basic combination "ng". (SWM)

Nen Tsup
this was the name used by Kae Kwaad to describe the Shaper Adept, Nen Yim, during their time working together aboard the Baanu Miir. The word "tsup" was an older Yuuzhan Vong term for a slave which served its master in unseemly ways. (EVR)

Nen Yim
this young Yuuzhan Vong female was trained as a shaper by Mezhan Kwaad, during the aliens' invasion of the known galaxy. She was chosen by Kwaad for her heretical beliefs. Nen Yim was one of the few Yuuzhan Vong who believed that their race was not ordained to rule the galaxy, but was part of a larger collection of lifeforms. Nen Yim trained aboard the worldship Baanu Kor, and had never set foot on a real planet. When Mezhan Kwaad was appointed to investigate the source of The Force, she took on Nen Yim to help map out the nervous system of a Jedi Knight. Their subject was Tahiri Veila, and both shapers realized that they had to think beyond the rigid Yuuzhan Vong protocols in order to discover the source of a Jedi's power. Despite her beliefs, Nen Yim was a skilled Adept, and was able to quickly map out Tahiri's nervous system. After Tahiri was rescued by Anakin Solo and Mezhan Kwaad was killed in battle, Nen Yim feared she would also be executed. However, she was brought before Warmaster Tsavong Lah and relegated to the work on preserving the dying worldships. She was spared her life as long as she provided the names of other heretical Shapers. Her efforts, however, had attracted the notice of Supreme Overlord Shimrra, who dispatched Nen Yim and the Master Shaper Kae Kwaad to the Baanu Miir. Nen Yim came to hate Kae Kwaad and his maniacal approach, especially when he began deflecting her from the work of keeping the worldship alive. She was surprised to learn that Kae Kwaad was actually Overlord Shimrra's jester, Onimi, when she was take to meet with Shimrra personally. Shimrra, while not condoning her work, offered her the chance to continue working beyond the known protocols of the Qang qahsa. She agreed to offer up whatever sacrifices were required to Yun-Yuuzhan in order to obtain knowledge beyond the eighth cortex of the Qang qhasa, especially after Shimrra revealed that his vision of Yuuzhan Vong conquest included Nen Yim, raised to the level of Master Shaper. She was placed in the service of Warmaster Tsavong Lah, and spent a great deal of time trying to understand why Lah's arm rejected the radank claw which had been implanted on it. She discovered that the radank claw seemed to be growing, consuming the Warmaster's flesh as it developed. Later, Nen Yim found that Ghithra Dal had been placing materials on the infected arm which made the radank claw grow. Later, after she was given access to a Sekotan starship that had been recovered, Nen Yim came to the realization that Supreme Overlord Shimrra might be a fraud. His fear of Zonama Sekot only solidified her beliefs, and Nen Yim set out to locate the living planet herself. With the help of Tahiri Veila and Corran Horn, she was able to escape Coruscant reach the living planet, along with Harrar and Nom Anor, who was disguised as the Prophet Yu'shaa. On Zonama Sekot, Nen Yim learned that her memories had been stolen to create the Riina Kwaad personality which had been implanted in Tahiri's mind. Emboldened by the existence of the planet, Nen Yim tried to make contact with Sekot by altering certain cells from Sekotan life. Her plan, to use these cells like a qahsam worked almost too well. She found herself flooded with Sekot's knowledge, and nearly passed out from the connection. She didn't live to do much more with the information, however, as Nom Anor tracked her down and killed her, so that he could attempt to destroy Zonama Sekot and regain favor with Shimrra. Before she died, Nen Yim tried to tell Tahiri what she had learned of Zonama Sekot. However, her heart failed before she could finish. (EVC, EVR, EL1, EL2, FP)

Nen, Crela
this woman served as the Director of Administration, under Imperial Governor Marsh Limoth, on the planet Goroth Prime during the height of the New Order. Under her direction, the number of administrators grew rapidly, but their activities were threatened when Limoth took over. He hated the bureaucracy, while Crela Nen had been trained in the nuances and processes of the Imperial bureaucracy. She fought had to ensure that all activities were properly documented, and even instructed her people to drop important items whenever Limoth began to impose his own structure on the Adminstration. Her loyalty to the Empire was surpassed only by her loaylty to herself. (GSE)

Nen, Sheffel
this woman worked as a concert promoter worked at the Nessem Shipyards orbital construction facility, bringing in a variety of musical acts for the entertainment of the Nessemite workers. She had a great number of contacts in the musical world, ranging from the most popular intergalactic bands to small-time critics like the Trandoshan mercenary Ssorku. (WOA12)

this child was a native of Melida/Daan, and was a member of The Young. Nena was in charge of restoring housing to the natives of Zehava, after The Young defeated their elders in battle. (UP)

manufacturers of several vehicles for the Empire, ranging from the R-444 sky swooper to various ground combat vehicles. (ISB, CFG)

this barren sphere of rock was the second planet of the Rhinnal System. (CCW)

this planet was a stopover point for those citizens fleeing Imperial domination and looking for a chance to join the Alliance. It was covered with ancient ruins, which were used to house the dishomed peoples of the galaxy. The planet was discovered by the Empire mere months after the Alliance established it base on the planet, and then-Captain Bren Derlin organized a squad of Alliance personnel that had to evacuate civilians as well as military personnel. Derlin eliminated the Imperial threat and captured an Imperial transport ship. This action gained him the rank of Major. (GG3, MTS)

this phrase was used on the moon Dorumaa to describe any being who was extremely cheerful. The term was used quite extensively, since many of the beings who lived full-time on Dorumaa worked in the tourist industry, and worked hard to please their guests. (LFC)

a thin material which is used to make heat-retaining bodysuits. It can also be extruded into thin fibers for use in carpeting. (SE)

this planet was the site of an ancient complex of ruins. In the vaults of the ruins were several ancient Wookiee texts which were held sacred by the Wookiees. (SWJ11)

this was the name given to the first groups of beings who were recruited by the ancient Mandalorian Crusaders to join their ranks and fight alongside them in the Great Last Battle. These Neo-Crusaders became what many modern military experts consider the Mandalorian shock troopers, a collection of beings from disparate races and backgrounds who banded together under the tenets of the ancient Mandalorians. The armor worn by the Neo-Crusaders was much bulkier than that of their predecessors, but was designed to withstand blaster fire and to identify the wearer as a Neo-Crusader. This armor was not studded with weaponry, but was efficient and functional. Individual Neo-Crusaders painted their armor as they wished, allowing for a variety of color schemes. It was the Neo-Crusader armor that later became the design basis for the Old Republic's Senate Guards. (SWI80)

Neo-Fundamentalist Phlangites
this radical political group was active on the planet Zaraksander, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. They often staged what became known as Peaceful Dawn rallies, in an effort to return the planet to its older, more fundamental ways. (GG10)

a form of imitation leather that is much stronger than real leather. It was often used for flight jackets. (THG)

an alien race. (EOE)

this was the ruling family of the city of Keremark, during the New Order. The Neolsse family was decidedly anti-Imperial in their political stance, and strove to throw off the Imperial yoke of control during the height of the Galactic Civil War. They controlled Fortress Keremark during this time, using it to strike back at the Imperial forces which tried to control the planet Risban. (HAS)

Neoman, Barse
this Imperial Captain trained at the Academy on Corulag before being stationed on the Sisar Run, under the command of Governor Newen Streeg. He commanded the Ion Storm, and resented being subordinate to Streeg, who wasn't even a Navy man. He was known as a collector of Expansionist Era art, a fact which became known to the crimelord Sprax shortly after Neoman was posted on the Run. Sprax's agents made contact with Neoman, and he was soon on the payroll of Black Sun, providing valuable information on Streeg's plans for the Sisar Run in return for credits and pieces of art. It was Neoman and his small fleet who captured Morturr Heth and the surviving Disac pirates when they attempted to hijack the Destination: Adventure! shortly before the Battle of Endor. (SSR)

Neomen, Barse
see Neoman, Barse (GORW)

this was one of the strongest planets of the Freeworlds Region of Tapani Sector, during the height of the New Order. It was covered with oceans, and the sea bed was rich in natural ores. It was originally scouted by Hanson Mining Consolidated, several hundred years before the Battle of Endor. The settlers of the planet established huge, floating cities from which they launched mining operations. Excavation of the planet's solid surface has revealed that a sentient civilization once existed on the planet, but was slowly swallowed up by the rising ocean levels during a warm period which melted the polar ice caps. The ocean floor was littered with the ruins of their cities. (PGT, LOE)

Neona Military Academy
this military educational facility, based on the planet Neona, provided a number of excellent officers and soldiers for the Freeworlds Common Navy during the height of the New Order. (LOE)

Neonan Red Cheese
this crimson-colored cheese was created on the planet Neona, and was considered a delicacy throughout Tapani Sector. (LOE)

this small corporation produced a variety of para-wing gliders for civilian and military use. (ROE)

this archaic name was common among Sullustan males, and meant "axe". (GCG)

Nep Chung
this being was one of Alexi Garyn's vigos, serving the Black Sun criminal organization during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Nep Chung was killed on Ralltiir, at Garyn's fortress, when Darth Maul was dispatched by Darth Sidious to eliminate any trace of evidence linking Hath Monchar to Sidious. Maul wiped out the Black Sun complex on Ralltiir, executing all the vigos and Garyn himself in order to ensure secrecy. (DM)

Nep, Zey
this woman frequented the Outlander Club, on Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. She was often seen in the company of her friends, Artuo Pratuhr, Dixon Just, and Civ Sila. (OWS, SWI75)

this gas giant, located in the Episol System of the Kathol Outback, is orbited by the populated moon of Dayark. (KO)

this docile species of huge, flying beasts was native to the planet Dalos IV. They can grow to be 24 meters in length, with a wingspan nearly double that. They were tamed as juveniles for use as mounts, but they became ornery as they grew and had to be set loose. (ND)

this planet was the native planet of the various fruits used to create nectarwine. (BF)

Nepoy Juice
another name for the nectarwine produced on the planet Nepoy. (TJT)

a series of SoroSuub power cores used to power starships. (WBC)

Ner Vod
this was a Mandalorian phrase which translated into Basic as "my brother." It was used to indicate a bond of friendship or love between two individuals. (RCHC)

Ner Yan
this was the name of an obscure Cerean tradition, whose name literally meant "mind chord". Its followers were all sensitive to the Force, and could link their minds in a kind of haphazard way. (GMR8)

this was a common name among Cerean females. Unlike their male counterparts, Cerean females use a single name unless they became a bond-wife. In this case, a female will take on their husband's grandfather's name for official matters. The name Nera indicated beauty, love, or freedom. (GCG)

this was an Ugnaught command that translated into Basic as "Come here" or "Come with me." (SWGG)

this ancient Twi'lek clan was known to have created three beautiful crystallite skulls to comemmorate a long-dead hero. Each skull represented one of the primary Twi'leki tenets - Jasshi'rr, Waala, and Keysshi. During the Galactic Civil War, the Nercathi were raided by the Empire for slaves, until they aligned themselves with the Alliance and fought back. (SWJ12)

a planet. The humans who live on the planet have a distinct accent. (WBC)

Nereus nereus
this was the scientific name of the KyLessian feather mite, named for Wilek Nereus, who discovered it while examining the KyLessian fruit bat. (TBBS)

Nereus, Wilek
a native of OrulShai III, Nereus hoped to one day take over the Imperial governorship of Gyosha. However, due to a bureaucratic error, he was instead named Imperial governor in charge of the Bakura system. Despite a long series of protested and petitions, the error was never corrected and Nereus remained on Bakura. Fearing that he had angered a superior, Nereus ruled the system via the tenets of the Tarkin Doctrine, using the fear of reprisal to keep the locals in line. He also authored a report to Emperor Palpatine himself, detailing the need to completely subjugate the Outer Rim Territories, but there was never a response. An avid hunter, he collected the teeth of all the major predators he has beaten, including humans. Shortly after the Battle of Bakura, Nereus was killed when he attempted to execute Leia Organa. His shots were deflected by Luke Skywalker, and struck him in the chest. (TB, TBSB)

a pack animal, the nerf was also raised as a source of meat. Originally native to the planet Alderaan, these rangy creatures have curved horns and long fur. Their muscular bodies are lean and supple, and they have a nasty temper. Their long fur mats and tangles easily, creating a mass of hair that colects everything it touches. Thus, the nerf carries a strong odor around with it. The shepherds that raise nerfs - referred to simply as nerf herders - are looked upon as lesser members of society, but when they bring their meat to market, they live like kings. The fur of the nerf is often carded into wool, for use in making warm jackets and leggings. Nerfs are also hardy creatures which could adapt to a variety of climates. This made raising them on other planets quite easy, ensuring that the species survived the destruction of their homeworld. (ESB, JS, ISU, TPS, WOTC)

Nerf Bait
this was spacer's slang for any form of phony lock or security system installed on a starship, which was booby-trapped by the owner in order to catch shipjackers. (SWJ13)

this was a form of sandwich made from ground nerf meat. (TG)

this was a meat pie made with salted nerf meat. (REC)

this was a mild, childhood disease that affected most Alderaanian youths. (HNN5)

this was a processed form of nerf meat, which was shelf-stable and had a long shelf-life. This made it useful for storage and consumption on starships. (DN1)

this was the name used to describe Shipyard Lab 6671-X42, a joint venture to produce droid starships by the Corellian Engineering Corporation and the Loronar Corporation. It was known as the Nerfworks because the employees who worked there came to feel that they "smelled too bad" to warrant a visit from corporate executives, as well as any real funding for their research. (GMR10)

this was an unstable, highly-explosive element used in Imperial proton torpedoes. It was blue in color when inert, and changed to red, then white, when it exploded. It was originally mined on Tyne's Horky by Kreb Zellock, who planned to make his fortune by selling it to the highest bidder. (DCAR)

meaning "little clown", this was a common female name among the Mon Calamari race. (GCG)

this man was an Imperial sub-prefect during the rise to power of Emperor Palpatine's clones on Byss. An administrator of the Governor's office on Korbin, Neris succeeded Bergless as the sub-prefect, but was no less adamant about eliminating crime. Like Bergless, this cost Neris his life, when he told Gornt Seron that crime wasn't going to be tolerated by the Imperial remnant on the planet. Seron promptly pushed Neris out a small trap door in the floor of his office, and Neris fell some 500 meters to his death. (GG11)

this was one of two moons which orbited the planet Ossus. The gravity on this temperate world was 125 percent of standard, although this was tolerated by the Neti clan that settled the moon. (TOJC, GORW)

Nermani, Ashii
this beautiful woman was considered Imperial HoloVisions's most popular newscaster around the time of the Battle of Yavin. She was the first to break the story that Venslas Beeli had become a privateer working for the Alliance. The newsfeed article was part of a plot to draw Captain Dhas Vedij and the Far Orbit into a trap laid by the Empire. She also broke the story of the capture of Coh Veshiv, although her report claimed that he had been killed in a space accident. (FOP)

this is the fourteenth symbol in the Aurebesh script, and represents the Basic letter "n". (SWM)

a common name given to Twi'lek males, this name meant "brother". (GCG)

Nerra Ziveri
this Twi'leki Jedi Master was one of the Jedi who were named Headmaster of the training facility on Almas, in the Cularin System, in the wake of the Dark Jedi Conflict. During his sixty-three years as the leader of the training facility, he made sure to tell the stories of Kibh Jeen to every new apprentices. Master Ziveru also served as the watchman of the Cularin System, investigating the presense of Dark Side energy on the far side of Almas. It was Master Ziveri who trained Lanius Qel-Bertuk to take his place, before suddenly disappearing from Almas some twenty-four years before the Battle of Naboo. (LFC)

Nerran, Jev
this young boy was a childhood friend of Ryoo and Pooja Naberrie. (SWDB)

Nerris, Delt
this man was part of a taskforce put together by the Corellian Security Force and the Empire, and was assigned to be the pilot of the Lantillian Short Hauler known as the Nova Whisper. Delt was also an Alliance sympathizer, and he hijacked the ship in order to turn it over to the Alliance on Asher III. (SS)

this Wookiee male lived in the city of Gadin, on Cularin, during the last decades of the Old Republic. He often worked with a trio of Rodian females named Nesha, Besha, and Kesha, when he was employed by the former crimelord, Riboga the Hutt. (LFCW)

this Kitonak name was common across Kirdo III. (UANT)

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

Nerve Amplifier Belt
this ancient device, created during the decades leading up to the Great Sith War, was used to monitor the brain activity of its wearer. These belts were originally created to retrain or alter the inherent "programming" of an individual being, and was known for its uncomfortable fit. The belt generated energy waves to help reinforce certain patterns of activity, thereby establishing a certain kind of behavior in the wearer. The belt could also be used to block any outside influence on an individual's brain. (KOTOR)

Nerve Disruptor
an expensive piece of torture equipment, the nerve disruptor used a variety of injection methods to deliver drugs and serums into the body of a being under interrogation. The drugs then disrupted the normal activities of the being's nervous system, allowing the interrogator to gather more information. The nerve disruptor was equipped with a droid brain that monitored the being's vital signs, allowing the disruptor to adjust the dosage of drugs as necessary to keep the being alive during interrogation. (TME, NEGW)

Nerve Pinch
a defensive technique used to immobilize and adversary. (CSW)

Nerve Rack
this was another name for a scan grid, although it was usually used only when the scan grid was used as a torture device. (LCF)

this was a chewable stimulant that was popular among the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic, during the height of the Clone Wars. (TCD)

Nescan Tal'yo
this lupine being was a known thief, active during the height of the New Order. Protected by his android bodyguard, Hermos, Tal'yo stole a holocube conyaining the locations of several Alliance bases from a courier on Fairwell Station, some time after the Battle of Yavin. He was tracked to Elerion by Leia Organa, who learned from Orma Hundeen that Tal'yo planned to sell the holocube to Commander Shad and the Empire. When Leia first met him on Elerion, Tal'yo claimed to be an import expert. However, Tal'yo was no match for Leia's skills with a blaster, and she quickly trapped him and demanded the holocube. Tal'yo, however, had left the holocube with his partner, Gogol. Leia knocked Tal'yo unconscious for his efforts and left him tied up in a hotel room. (T15)

located atop an arid plateau which rarely received any rain, this Imperial facility was found on the planet Sirpar during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A Nonessential Equipment Storage and Disposal Facility, NESDF-456 took in all the scrap and surplus from the Imperial training facilities on Sirpar and either recycled it or disposed of it. (SWJ2)

the human pilot of the Jade's Fire. He disappeared in the first days of the Corellian revolts surrounding the Starbuster plot. (AC, SC)

this Rodian and two of her friends - Besha and Kesha, all unrelated - worked with the Wookiee known as Nerrowr whenever he was on Tolea Biqua, on the planet Genarius, during the height of the Clone Wars. Together, the group was once employed by Riboga the Hutt. (LFCW)

a planet. (SWMW)

this is the capital city of the planet Isis. It is located atop a huge, crystal mesa. The planet's main spaceport is located in a bowl-shaped depression in the middle of the city. (IC)

Nesloor, Odin
this man's entire family was lost when their starship made a routine jump into hyperspace, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. He spent the rest of his life trying to find them, following a lead which led him to the planet Tatooine during the Boonta Eve Classic podrace won by Anakin Skywalker. (CCG13)

Nespis VIII
a planet near the Cron Drift, where Luke Skywalker first met Kam Solusar. A sprawling space city orbits the planet, which is located in the Auril System, developed millennia ago by the Jedi Knights as a place where politics and bureaucracy had no place. Scientists and scholars could come to the station to debate and explore without concern for which side actually owned the discoveries. The station eventually became so big that it had its own interior weather patterns. It had been around since before the Great Sith War, although much of the spaceport was abandoned after the Clone Wars, and the city became a drifting derelict. Rumors abound about the existence of a vast, ancient, Jedi library somewhere on the station, and even the very existence of the station was considered a legend until shortly after the Battle of Yavin. The library supposedly contained volumes which contained all the knowledge of the galaxy. As rumors of the library spread, treasure hunters flew to the station to recover some of the ancient tomes. In this supposedly abandoned location, Borborygmus Gog developed his Nightmare Machine, in an effort to pry a person's deepest fears from their minds and turn them against them. He used the legends of the Jedi library to attract minds, hoping one day to capture a being who was strong with the Force. When the reborn Emperor Palpatine destroyed the New Republic's Pinnacle Base, the Republic's leaders fled to Nespis VIII to regroup. It was at this time that Anakin Solo was born on the space station city. The location of the base was betrayed by a spy, and the Emperor fired his Galaxy Gun at it. However, the projectile did not explode upon impact, and Nespis VIII was spared for some time. The Republic was able to evacuate the space city before a second projectile was launched. This one exploded as planned, completely destroying the Nespis VIII spaceport. (DE1, DE2, EE, GOF4, GOF5)

this planet, located in the Expansion Region, was known during the early years of the New Order for the orbiting Nessem Shipyards. (WOA12)

Nessem Shipyards
this starship manufacturer maintained an orbital space station as its base of operations, located near the planet Nessem. Because most of the workers at the Shipyards put in long hours, the orbital facilities were enhanced to include residential sections that appeared like small towns. (WOA12)

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