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this Imperial officer served at the primary customs checkpoint on Sarahwiee, during the early years of the New Republic. Chief Duty Officer Cdera was on duty when Tere Metallo, Gil Crosear, and Alex Winger arrived on the planet in an effort to rescue Carl Barzon. (SWJ6)

this was a model of light freighter produced by the Corellian Engineering Corporation. It was basically an experiment at marrying a light freighter configuration to move large cargo pods. The CE-2 measured 100 meters in length, and required a pilot and co-pilot to operate. The CE-2 was capable of transporting up to four passengers and 50,000 metric tons of cargo, and was unarmed. (SESB, PP)

a servant droid owned by Luke Skywalker, CE-3K accompanied Luke aboard the Jedi Explorer. CE-3K is a tall, humanoid droid. This is a reference to Steven Spielburg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (DE2)

Qorl's Imperial serial number. This is a reference to the Steven Spielberg film, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which premiered in 1977. (HTF)

this was the name given to one of the Watcher Beasts on Patch-4. The name was given to the worm by Serja Kesselrook and his band of scavengers. Luke Skywalker tried to kill the beast by dumping tons of debris on it, but the worm survived. Luke was forced to activate Orion Ferret's sonic pacifier device in order to stop Ceasar. (LTA5, MC59)

this was a term used by some higher-level droids to describe the death of an organic being. Most droids had no concept of death, other than a memory wipe, and couldn't understand how it affected organic beings. (HT)

this was the Basic name given to the Wookiee companion of Rosen, Benchar, and Carewa. Cecil was a mechanic aboard the starship they all served on, and was an excellent sabacc player. (SWJ11)

this young man served as an Imperial Lieutentant, and was skilled in the boarding and capture of enemy starships. A native of Vogel 7, Cecius served aboard the Executor during the period surrounding the Battle of Hoth. (CCG5)

this ancient naval officer served as the Admiral in command of the small fleet that was amassed by Darth Sion, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. (KOTOR2)

Cedre system
a cluster of 6 stars about 3 light-years from Dathomir. It is a young system, and none of the stars is mature or stable enough to support life on one of its planets. (CPL)

Cedrian Terrace
this upscale restaurant was located on the planet Bothawui. (SESB)

this species of tree was native to the planet Ossus. (DN2)

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

this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

according to Ewok legend, this wind spirit was the sister of Deej. She sang along with any Ewok musicians that she found interesting. (GCG)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name meant "thoughtful" or "introspective". (GCG)

Ceenda Bekkar
this Trianii worked as a negotiator for his people, during the height of the New Order. Bekkar was one of the primary parties who argued in favor of the Trianii, during their three-year war against the Corporate Sector Authority. (SWJ7)

meaning "precious", this name was common among Gungan females. (GCG)

this Ithorian surname was believed to mean "moss", according to historian who studied the Ithorian race. (GCG)

this Teltior female was known to have bluffed her way into a sabacc match against the Archduke Monlo of the Dentamma Nebula, then won the rights to the entire Unnipar System. Rumor had it that she had just 500 credits to her name at the start of the match. (AE)

Cegul Sector
this area of the galaxy was located beyond the Elrood Sector, opposite the Core. (PG3)

this planet, the primary world of the Cejansij System, is famous for the dwellings carved into its canyon-covered sruface. (SOP)

this was one of the six major continents found on the planet Celanon. Celanon City was located on its western coast. (PG1)

Cekbar Servant
this Action IV transport was originally owned by a group of Nalroni merchants who were based on Celanon during the last years of the New Order. The ship was later captured by the Des'maric Pirates and renamed the Asagov Raider. (DARK)

this woman served as a Lieutenant in the New Republic Navy, and was assigned to General Wedge Antilles aboard the Mon Mothma during the last stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. A native of Coruscant, Cel was only ten years old when Grand Admiral Thrawn blockaded the planet with cloaked asteroids. After the capital world was liberated from Imperial control, Cel knew that she wanted to serve in the New Republic military when she grew up. Despite the numerous times she had been in combat with General Antilles, Lieutenant Cel never got used to the fact that he took great risks to achieve his goals. (FP, UF)

Celaar, Hallem
this man was a native of the planet Naboo, and was one of the planet's foremost experts on the flora and fauna of the planet during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. In the wake of the Trade Federation's invasion of his home planet, Professor Celaar began investigating the feasibility of transporting specimens of Naboo's plant and animal life to sanctuaries on Ohma-D'un. Professor Celaar was incapacitated aboard the shuttle Fair Gale when Captain Worlohp went mad after breathing Kyvalon-4 gas. (GMR1)

Celador Sash
this twin-hulled transport ship was donated to Luke Skywalker's Jedi praxeum by a grateful trader. Decades before, Obi-Wan Kenobi had saved the trader's family, but he couldn't repay the favor after the Emperor nearly exterminated the Jedi. With the advent of the New Republic, the outdated ship found its way to Yavin 4 and Skywalker. (JAL)

this was the name used by the Nalroni who lived in Celanon City. (PG1)

this planet was the site of an Imperial spaceport in the Outer Rim. It is the homeworld of the Nalroni race, whose economic sense has propelled Celanon to the foremost position along the Celanon Trade Spur. Nearly every merchant on the planet was a member of some form of guild or consortium, which allowed them to monitor their pricing strategies and adjust them quickly. The guild buildings were off-limits to non-members, and especially non-Nalroni. The Nalroni went underground when Palpatine initiated the New Order, and have become even more shrewd business-beings. It has been said that if it exists, it can be found on Celanon. The average day on Celanon lasts 32 standard hours. A Celanon year lasts 387 local days. The planet's surface was covered with agricultural plains broken by a few forests and urban areas. (COJ, XW, PG1)

Celanon City
located on the planet Celanon, Celanon City was a commercial hub for the Outer Rim Territories. Located on the Cekbar continent, Celanon City was a sprawling metropolis which catered to the whims of every conceivable being. A free trader was considered a rank amateur until they had cut a deal in Celanon City. (XW, PG1)

Celanon Finance
this credit-lending institution was actually a dummy corporation set up by Imperial agent Renik during the Galactic Civil War. (SESB)

Celanon Semi-Dry
an excellent, but unrefined, wine. (COJ)

Celanon Spur
this prominent interstellar trade route winds through many sectors - including the M'shinni Sector - and ends at the planet Celanon. (GG12)

Celanonian Organized Protectorate
this was the name of the police force which patrolled the cities of Celanon during the early years of the New Republic. (POC)

Celchu, Mia
Tycho Celchu's sister, she was killed on Alderaan when the first Death Star destroyed the planet. (XWBT)

Celchu, Skoloc
Tycho Celchu's brother, Skoloc was killed when the Death Star destroyed Alderaan. He was a fan of holovids which involved the Jedi Knights. (BW)

Celchu, Tycho
Celchu was a graduate of the Imperial Naval Academy, even though he was a native of Alderaan. He was engaged to a woman named Mia who, along with most of Celchu's family, was killed when the Death Star destroyed the planet. Note that Mia is the name given in the first series of X-Wing: Rogue Squadron comics, although the X-Wing novels name her as Nyiestra. Tycho was calling home on his twenty-first birthday, and regarded the loss of transmission to be a simple glitch. After learning the truth about this atrocious act, Celchu left Imperial service and defected to the Alliance. He became a veteran of the Battle of Hoth, he flew an A-Wing in the Battle of Endor, and participated in the Battle of Bakura. His allegiance, though, was constantly questioned by the ranking officers in the New Republic, although the fighter pilots never waivered in their support of him. He was under constant surveillance by the New Republic, because of his ability to escape from Imperial capture time and time again. He showed an innate ability to pilot a TIE Fighter, which also didn't endear him to the higher-ups. It did, though, bring a level of respect among other pilots. Tycho assisted the Rogues and infiltrated the Imperial ranks on Cilpar. He also participated in the Rogues' mission to Mrlsst, but was witnessed killing the controllers of the Phantom cloaking device and stealing its plans. The tape turned out to be a clever fake designed to discredit the Rogues and secure the Phantom device for the Empire. Once the Phantom was proven to be a smokescreen, Tycho was freed from any guilt in the matter. He later fell in love with Winter, during the recovery of the Eidolon on Tatooine. He was later chosen to fly the initial scanning runs of the planet Coruscant, flying a stolen Imperial craft in a series of sensor runs in an effort to assess the planet's defenses. He was captured by the Empire and sent to Lusankya, where he was few prisoners who were not drugged, but rather allowed to remember his time there. He was then sent to Akrit'tar for three months before escaping and returning to the Republic. This time was secretly removed from his Republic records, further increasing the distrust among those members of the Command structure who weren't privy to the Coruscant mission. He later became a member of Rogue Squadron, following the Battle of Endor, but was not allowed to pilot a starfighter or any ship with weapons. It was believed that Ysanne Isard had implanted him with a hidden codephrase that activated subliminal programming, making him an extremely effective although unwilling spy. The fact that he remembered his time on Lusankya made him different enough from other survivors that it went unnoticed until Rogue Squadron infiltrated Coruscant. Shortly before the attack on Coruscant, Celchu was believed dead on Noquivzor. He suddenly reappeared, and helped the Rogues get onto the planet. There, Corran Horn supposedly witnessed Tycho meeting with Kirtan Loor, when Celchu was actually meeting with Lai Nootka. The circumstantial evidence, coupled with Horn's disappearance, left Tycho in custody for Horn's murder. He was certain to be convicted of the crime until Horn escaped from Lusankya and positively identified the true traitor in the Rogue Squadron as Erisi D'larit. Tycho eventually fell in love with Winter, partly because she was near him more often, but mostly because of their shared Alderaanian background. When the squadron resigned its commissioned with the New Republic, Tycho chose to paint his X-Wing in the colors of the Alderaan Guard unit that maintained order in his home town. Tycho eventually became one of the squadron's leaders, especially during the time Wedge formed and developed Wraith Squadron. After Wedge was promoted to General and Tycho was promoted to Colonel, Wedge relinquished day-to-day control of the Rogues to Tycho. Tycho remained as Commander of the Rogues for several years before getting married to Winter and ceding command to Gavin Darklighter. Tycho retired shortly after Wedge Antilles, although both offered assistance to Gavin during the Yuuzhan Vong crisis. He was called out of retirement during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, retaining his rank as Colonel and commanding the starfighter defenses of the planet Coruscant. After the Yuuzhan Vong surrendered at Coruscant some five years after the invasion began, Tycho and many of his contemporaries decided to retire from military life once and for all. (XWRS, XWN, WG, KT, XWPA, XWBT, BW, HXW, SOA, DTO, SBS, UF)

this continent, located on the planet Mutanda, was connected to A'Sako by a thin bridge of land. (PG1)

a planet that was invaded by the Empire. Sulamar claimed to have led the invasion force, in an attempt to create a greater image of himself. (DS)

this is the capital plateau of the planet Plagen, and is the site of the capital city of Treeleaf. (TSK)

Celebration of Life
this is the Kitonak name for the period of rain which arrives in the Kurdan Desert every ten years. As rivers form, the Kitonaks plunge themselves into the water and begin the Dance of Love. During this dance, the Kitonaks remain in the temporaty rivers and drift downstream wherever the water takes them. (GG4)

this oceanic planet was known as the homeworld of the Celegian race. The atmosphere of Celegia was laden with cyanogen gas, which was deadly to most other forms of life. This meant that any Celegian individual who traveled off-planet had to move about in a specially-designed life-support chamber. (SWDB)

native to the planet Celegia, this alien race resembled floating brains. Hanging from their bulbous bodies were several tendrils which served as limbs. Described by many as scyphozoans, the Celegians were renowned for their intellect and wisdom. Their ability to float came from a unique, bio-organic form of repulsor which evolved after the earliest members of their species emerged form the ocean. Because Celegia's atmopshere was laden with cyanogen, Celegians were required to live in speciallized life-support chambers whenever they traveled off-world. The Celegians, lacking any kind of mouth, used telepathy to communicate with each other. Individual Celegians could live to be more than 250 years of age, and were known to be natural explorers. (WOTC, SWDB, PJSB, UANT)

this Alliance transport ship was captained by Alain Gryphon when it disappeared from known space. The Celestial was transporting prisoners to an Alliance penal colony when its captives, including Bane Nothos and Grand Moff Ravik, broke free and took control of the ship. The Imperials, in their attempt to gain control, caused a power surge to flood the ship, disabling the hyperdrive. Gryphon tried to foil Nothos' plans by initiating a hyperspace jump despite the damage, and the ship was suddenly launched into Otherspace. There, it was captured by the Charon and attached to the huge ship, the Desolate. (OS)

Celestial Serenity
an enhanced human female Han encounters on Crseih Station. (CS)

this was the Basic translation of the name used by the Colony to describe the oldest of the civilizations that ever inhabited the galaxy. UnuThul explained that it was the Celestials who "emptied" the Killiks from Oroboro, some 20,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. (DN1)

this small corporation produced a variety of range detectors and personal navigation devices, during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

this Codru-Ji female worked as a dancer at Mawbo's Performance Hall, on the planet Tatooine, during the early years of the New Republic. (TG)

Cell of Imu
this was the name of a legendary storehouse of ancient Jedi relics, supposedly located deep below the surface of the planet Coruscant. Created some 19,000 years before the Galactic Civil War by the eccentric Jedi Humat, the Cell of Imu was believed to contain all of Humat's treasures and lore. The centerpiece of the catacombs was a chamber in which a talisman known as the soul stealer was believed to have been kept. In order to protect his collection, Humat set a number of deadly traps, and kept a number of vicious creatures to help guard the vaults. During the last century of the Old Republic, the Cell of Imu was uncovered in the Petrax Quarter, during the demolition of a five-hundred-story building. The soul stealer was uncovered and nearly fell into the wrong hands. However, a team of freelance agents managed to recover the talisman and return it to the Jedi Knights. (CCW)

Cell, The
this organization rose up from the floating city of Air Avab, on the planet Genarius, in an effort to overthrow Nirama, some ten years before the Battle of Naboo. It was believed that The Cell was formed from a splinter group of Nirama's organization. The membership of The Cell were systematically hunted down and eliminated in short order, after their intentions against Nirama were made public. It was later discovered that the elimination of The Cell was a joint operation, carried out by Nirama and Len Markus. (WOTC)

Cellheim Anujo
this veiled being was one of the many Senators who were part of the Galactic Senate during the final months of the Clone Wars. (DAG)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name referred to a graceful, Ithorian herd animal. (GCG)

this graceful herd animal was native to the planet Ithor. (GCG)

this Imperial officer was Moff Caerbellak's chief aide on Rydonni Prime. (SWJ9)

Celwik, Jynne
this blonde-haired woman was a waitress at the Outlander Club, on the planet Coruscant, during the months leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (OWS, SWI75)

an alien race. (TNR)

Cemma the Younger
this crude, psychopathic outlaw was known as a gunslinger in the backwater worlds of the Inner Rim. He was extremely handsome, which helped lull his opponents into thinking he was too young to be a quick draw. He was approached by Dhas Vedij and offered a chance to serve on the crew of the Far Orbit, after Vedij defected from Imperial service. (FOP)

Cencil Corporation
this droid developer was nationalized by the Empire and added to the Imperial Droid Corporation. (FOP)

Cene Gilvent
this Ocsinin female was known as an accomplished martial artist. She was skilled in a variety of forms of sword combat, including Teelar and Kartranin. She grew up on Saclas, raising pet slimes in order to earn enough credits to buy passage to the Mid Rim. Once offworld, she found employment with the Zuliria Museum of Antiquities, where she was charged with maintaining the many displays and properties of the museum. While working at the museum, Cene met Ther-das, who recognized her skills and asked her to join the Zulirian Swordmasters. While with the Swordmasters, she earned the respect of Mlatar Than Gra, who hand-forged her signature weapon, the Soknar. (AIR)

Cenotaph of Joor
this was a form of afterlife, recognized by the religion of the Duros people. (SWI63)

Censian-class Transport
this outdated transport craft found use within the Alliance's Special Forces division as a troop transport. (AIR)

Censorious Tempest Nebula
this area of interstellar gas was located on the fringes of the Karthakk System. It was continually skimmed by a remote asteroid field, and the movement of the asteroids through the material of the Nebula resulted in intense, electrostatic discharges that gave the Nebula its name. (SWGAL)

Centa Sonhan
this Gamorrean was a gangster who worked in Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, during the years leading up to the Battle of Yavin. Centa Sonhan was very wealthy, and ran his operation from his personal sail barge, the Khetanna. A known Imperial supporter, Centa was a confidante of Ingah Muloha. He once captured Momaw Nadon, on a tip from Muloha, but was unprepared when a team of Alliance agents assaulted his sail barge and rescued the Ithorian. Note that he is sometimes referred to a Conta Sonhan. (WOA5)

this planet, the third and primary world in the Centares System, was the home of the Museum of the Galactic Republic. A brief battle was fought on Centares during the Clone Wars, but Jedi Master Shaak Ti and her team of clone troopers was able to assist in the planet's defense. Once Emperor Palpatine instituted his New Order, the Museum was closed. Tarvel to Centares continued, however, as it was one of the last outposts along several hyperspace lanes leading beyond the borders of the Empire. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa were forced to stop on Centares to purchase a new ship, after taking Simon Greyshade's personal yacht during their escape from The Wheel. Shortly afterward, Darth Vader arrived on Centares and discovered the name of the pilot who destroyed the first Death Star from Ban Papeega: Luke Skywalker. (VQ, MC25, WOA32, LEV)

this star was the central body of the Centares System, located in the Mid Rim. (WOA32)

Centaurea Pod
this plant blooms every few weeks with an explosion of pink blossoms. (TT)

Centax 1
this was considered the second of Coruscant's many moons. During the height of the Clone Wars, Centax 1 was the site of a garrison force of some 20,000 clone troopers. The garrison had been established early in the conflict, as a staging base for military operations. (JT)

Centax 2
one of Coruscant's moons, Centax 2 hung very close to the upper atmosphere of the planet. The Jedi Knights established a starfighter training facility on Centax 2, some twelve years before the Battle of Naboo. Bluish in color when viewed from space, Centax 2 lacked vegetation and water, and its rugged surface had been reformed to accommodate landing fields and starfighter hangars. (JAD)

Centax-class Heavy Frigate
this heavy frigate was developed for the Old Republic, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. An exceptionally fast ship for its size, the Centax-class was designed and built at the Sluis Van shipyards. (JT)

Center of Everything, The
this was a mystical reference used by The One. (LCS)

Center Sphere
this was the name given to the innermost portion of The Ring, which formed the core of the settlement of Bartyn's Landing, on the planet Lamaredd. As its name implied, the Center Sphere was covered by a protective sphere that kept out most of the weather experienced in Bartyn's Landing. The center of the Sphere was open to the sky, however, allowing for natural sunlight and fresh air to enter the Sphere. (GMR7)

Center Sphere Flimsinews
this news agency served the residents of the planet Lamaredd during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. Its headquarters were located in Bartyn's Landing, within the sector known as Center Sphere. Their motto was that they were "the only news service that lands the big stories." (GMR7)

Center Street
this was the primary road in the city of Maz-Verlin, on the planet Vernet. (SWJ15)

Center, The
this was another mystical reference used by Lando Calrissian. (LCF)

Center, The
this was the name of the operations section of Vergesso Base, and contained the adminstration center, the armory, a detention center, and the power and environmental systems for the asteroid base. (SPG)

Centerpoint Party
formed of rebellious Corellians and a group of New Republic archaeologists who were forcibly removed from Centerpoint Station during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, this quasi-political faction demanded that the Corellian System be given five votes in the New Republic Senate, instead of just one. Their justification was taken from the beliefs of the Sacorrian Triad, and was based on the unusual nature of the Corellian System. Since all five planets were life-sustaining worlds drawn to the star Corell by the planetary repulsor onboard Centerpoint Station, the Centerpoint Party argued that each planet should have unique representation in the Senate. In this way, the System would have five votes, and the Centerpoint Party hoped to use them to stop the New Republic from commandeering Centerpoint Station for use as a weapon against the Yuuzhan Vong. In the aftermath of the Battle of Fondor, the Centerpoint Party garnered more and more favor in the Corellian Sector. Thrackan Sal-Solo took control of the Party shortly afterward, and agreed to assist the Yuuzhan Vong under a "treaty of friendship" if they would allow the Corellian Sector to remain neutral. When they learned that he had decided to join the Yuuzhan Vong, the Centerpoint Party exiled Thrackan, confiscated his property, and refused to allow him to return to Corellia. (JE, BP, Y)

Centerpoint Station
this unusual spaceport was located in the exact center of mass between the planets Talus and Tralus, in the Corellian System. Note that the Star Wars Databank indicates that Talus and Tralus are the fifth and sixth planets, not the third and fourth, in the Corellian System. It was constructed of a 100 kilometer sphere in the middle of two, 150-kilometer rods. The entire station appeared to predate antigrav units, since it spun on its longest axis to provide gravity. This resulted in a constant "day" which lasted about 12 hours. The "year" on the station equalled the 392-day orbit of Talus and Tralus. Gravity on the station was virtually non-existent at the very center of Hollowtown, and got stronger near the outer hull. When the New Republic managed to penetrate the interdiction field surrounding Corellia, following Thrackan Sal-Solo's rise to power, they found that the center of the field was located on the station. The central sphere contained a series of inner sections, called shells, that surrounded the huge open area known as Hollowtown. In the center of Hollowtown was the Glowpoint. Lando Calrissian later discovered that the station was built as a kind of hyperspatial tractor beam, capable of drawing an entire planet through hyperspace to the station's location. It was powered by drawing on the gravitic forces of Talus and Tralus. Many scientists and historians had concluded that Centerpoint Station predated even the Corellian System of planets, as it was the primary tool used to place the planets in their current orbits from far-flung locations. Lando later discovered that the station, by reorienting itself, can be directed to pulse its energy at the core of a star, causing it to explode. Thus, Centerpoint Station was revealed as the weapon used in the Starbuster plot. The Station supported a "native" population of 540,000 beings, most of them having migrated from Talus and/or Tralus. After the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy, the New Republic Defense Force began making plans to reactivate Centerpoint Station, hoping to harness its energy as a weapon and use it to defeat the aliens. However, the station's operational controls had attuned themselves to the life-energy of Anakin Solo, who had helped shut down the weapon during the Corellian Crisis years before. Anakain agreed to try to reactivate the station, but refused to fire it after arguing with his brother, Jacen. Thrackan Sal-Solo, who had been part of the team trying to reactivate the station, took the shot himself. The blast was nearly perfect, taking out a large portion of the Yuuzhan Vong fleet at Fondor. However, the blast also destroyed three-quarters of the Hapan fleet at Fondor, and skimmed both Fondor and one of its moons. Afterward, when Anakin traveled to Duro, the station rendered itself inoperable again. When UnuThul rose to power in the Unknown Regions, he explained to Han and Leia Organa Solo that Centerpoint had actually been built by the Kind, and known to the members of the Colony as Qolaraloq. (AC, AS, SC, CTD, JE, BP, SWDB, DN1)

Centi, Jovive
this woman served several terms as the Governor of the planet Chandrila, during the early years of the New Republic. (CCW)

Centis Major
this was one of the twin suns, along with Renaant, that formed the center of the Tantara System. (UF)

it was believed that this was the codename for the Jedi leaders of the Almas Academy, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The name Central was intercepted from a transmission that went out on the Cularin System's news networks, speculating on the growing threat of an attack by the Sith. (WOTC)

Central Academic Hospital
this was the primary medical facility located on the planet Mrlsst. (XWPA)

Central Avenue
this is one of the two main streets found in the city of Grig, on the planet Narg. Like most streets in the city, it is extremely difficult for off-worlders to maneuver because the natives travel with little regard for natural or designated laws. (TA)

Central Booking Station
this was the primary police building, located in the city of Thani on Telos. (DOR)

Central Committee of Grand Moffs
a coalition of all the Grand Moffs which was formed to keep communication lines open. It controlled much of the information about the Emperor, including the existence of his mutant son, Triclops. The Grand Moffs then used Trioculus as a puppet for them to gain control of the Empire after Palpatine's death near Endor. (GDV)

Central Control Computer
this huge computer was housed in a Trade Federation Droid Control Ship, and was responsible for the coordination of all droid activities. The computer monitored everything from PK work droids to the huge droidekas, as well as the vulture droid starfighters and battle droids. Primary programming was performed by the Neimoidians. (IG1)

Central Council
the governing body of the Anomid people who inhabit the Yablari System. Representatives are chosen from the various Anomid noble houses, corporations, and educational institutions. It creates the laws that govern all Anomid life. (GG12)

Central Council
another term used to describe the ruling body of the New Republic, during the early years of the Provisional Council. (POT)

Central Dwelling
this was the primary residence of the Benevolent Guides of theplanet Kegan, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (FFT)

Central Gathering Hall
located in Imperial City on Coruscant, this immense hall was designed some 300 years before the Galactic Civil War. There was a huge clock located inside the Hall, that marked the hours by spreading a light across the city's skyline. (HTTE)

Central Government Towers
the buildings which house the various government agencies in Calius on Berchest. Tower Number One holds Governor Staffa's offices. (TLC)

Central Instruction Processor
often abbreviated as CIP, this device controls the routing and operation of an autohopper, taking various things into account. It can be programmed to compensate for geography and weather, among other variables. (HSL)

Central Intelligence Processor
this computer system was one of the many ways in a large number of droids could be controlled by one source. The CIP could program many droids at one time, allowing faster updates and better maneuverability. (TDR)

Central Labor Collective
this was the primary labro union established on the planet Kilmaul. During the millennia before the Clone Wars, the Central Labor Collective expanded to become the primary source of physical labor in the Commonality. It maintained a set of offices in The Warrens district of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5. (GORW)

Central Learning Chip
known as a CLC, this computer processor allows droids equipped with one to memorize certain aspects of past experiences and incorporate them into future decisions. These chips were first used on robo-hacks and other automated passenger vehicles, giving the vehicles the ability to remember traffic patterns and learn new shortcuts. (CSA, EGD)

Central Lift
the device which raises and lowers a starship's boarding ramp. It is essentially a hydraulic piston. (ESB)

Central Posting Service
this branch of the Old Republic's Senate community on galactic security was responsible for the maintenance of records which detailed the various criminals and criminal organizations that were wanted for questioning at any given point in time. The Central Posting Office was required to ensure that information on every wanted criminal was made available to law enforcement agencies throughout the galaxy as quickly as possible. (JQ8)

Central Sector Square
this was the name given to the open city square found at the heart of Amma, on the planet Bacrana. Moff Ramier, of Brak Sector, subdued a huge pro-Alliance rally in the Square during the height of the New Order. (SWJ7)

Centralia Memorial Spaceport
this was one of the oldest spaceports found on the planet Coruscant, during the last years of the Old Republic. It was located near the Jedi Temple, and often served as the starting point for many of the missions the Jedi Order performed for the Republic. Although the spaceport continued to be enhanced and upgraded over the decades, eventually becoming one of the most modern facilities on the planet, many of its older landing pads were preserved as monuments to the original designers. (TCD)

the governing body in the Renatasian and Rafa Systems, the Centrality was responsible for most of the system's trade as well. Lando Calrissian had several bounties on his head, issued by the governors of the Centrality, during his early gambling career. During the early years of the New Order, the Centrality allied itself with the Empire, and allowed the pillaging of many worlds for their natural resources in exchange for certain freedoms. (LCS, RD)

this area of the galaxy, located in a remote corner of the Inner Rim Territories, contains the Rafa System and the Renatasian System. It was a long slice of space situated between the Cron Drift and Hutt Space. The governors of the Centrality were ostensibly allied with the Empire, but there were few Imperial forces in the area because of its lack of resources. There were also very few planetary bodies in the Centrality, and travelers were warned to top off their fuel systems before trying to cross it, lest they run out of fuel be stranded. (LCS, EGP, GMR5)

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