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Helot's Shackle
this heavily-modified CR90 corvette was captained by Ngyn Reeos. The ship was part of the fleet which guarded Kessel during the early years of the New Order, and was dispatched to assist in transporting processed spice off Ylesia. It was distinguishable by the symbol of a hand dripping blood displayed on her flanks (as well as those of the ships accompanying her), a slavers' symbol which meant "no quarter given." One of the major modifications to the ship was the addition of a docking bay in the bottom. The ship chased Han Solo and Bria Tharen as they escaped from Ylesia with Murrrgh and Mrrov, but failed to capture them. The ship was also used to transport slaves off Ylesia, and was once attacked by Bria Tharen and her Corellian Resistance, who hoped to rescue the slaves. The crew was either dispatched or surrendered, and Bria took control of the starship. She renamed it Emancipator. (TPS, RD)

the lowest rank in Hethrir's Empire Youth school, these students are basically servants. They are designated by their rust-colored uniforms. (CS)

Helping Hand
this was the name of the modified YT-1300 light freigher owned by Plu Makor. (FBS)

Helrossi-principal Octratics
this was one of the many unusual forms of mathematics developed by the Givin for use in calculating hyperspace jumps and travel routes. The equations derived from this math were instrumental in these calculations during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWI76)

according to spacer legend, Helska was the name of the lover of the adventurer who first located the seven-planet Helska System. The discovery occurred just after Helska broke off her relationship with the adventurer, and he felt that the remote system needed a suitable name. (NJOSB)

this planet, the fourth of seven in the Helska System, was the location of the first Yuuzhan Vong base. Much of the planet is covered with ice, and the atmosphere is choked with vaporous fog. Yomin Carr had scouted the planet before he joined the group on ExGal-4, and had left behind villips to help monitor the creation of the base. It was a small world, no more than a few thousand kilometers in diameter. The fifth planet, just outside Helska's orbit, was an uninhabitable gas giant. When the New Republic finally discovered how to destroy the Praetorite Vong's yammosk, which was hidden inside the planet, they forced the world to warm and then re-solidify via the Mezzicanley Wave effect. Helska's matter was unable to handle the strain of the effect, and shattered into a billion pieces of ice and rock. (VP)

Helska 4
see Helska (NJOSB)

Helthen Company
this manufacturer produced a variety of heavy-duty equipment, and was contracted by Ecclessis Figg to create the huge thermo-converters which were installed on Cloud City to maintain the outpost's electrical power. (GG2)

this renowned Ithorian physician served on the herdship Bazaar. (GA)

this Imperial Special Intelligence operative was assigned to Kirtan Loor on Coruscant, as part of the Palpatine Counterinsurgency Faction. (KT)

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

Hem Dazon
this male Arcona worked as a scout in the Outer Rim Territories. He was addicted to salt, as noted by his glowing yellow eyes. Note that this character was named Kal Nkai in the Star Wars Screen Entertainment software package. (CCG2, OWS, SCRE)

this being served as leader of the tractor beam operators who worked aboard the Pulverizer. (FBS)

Hemei IV
this planet was believed to the birthplace of the Cosmic Balance religion. Historians on the planet Bakura managed to trace the origins of their people to Hemei IV, where the Bakur Corporation was first formed. Their investigation revealed that the Bakura Corporation fled Hemei IV because their own beliefs in the Cosmic Balance led them to believe that the planet's concentration of wealth was disruptive to the Balance. Leaders of the Corporation chose to relocate to the planet Bakura, since it was a relatively poor world that mirrored Hemei IV's ecology. (TBSB, GORW)

Hemes Arbora
this alien was was discovered to have originated on the planet Carrivar, then migrated to Umaren'k and later Osseriton. It was on Umaren'k that the encountered the rogue planet Zonama Sekot, which caused them to interfere with the development of the Umaren'k'sa people. (FH2)

a major cash crop grown on Delle II. (SWJ3)

this speciallized, medical sponge was used to soak up any blood that managed to leak out during an operation, clearing away the visual obstruction of the blood. (MBS)

Hemphawar, Stu
this man and his accomplices, Oejoe Hitiwa and Ruceba Ahid, were smugglers and small-time criminals who worked from a tiny apartment near Coruscant's entertainment district, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. The Senate Bureau of Intelligence issued a bounty for their arrest, after they were implicated in a scheme to traffic illicit contraband throughout the Core Worlds. All three men were eventually captured by Jango Fett on Coruscant, while the bounty hunter was searching for Jervis Gloom. (BH)

this race created unique death masks. The masks were used primarily by the elderly for two reasons. First, the mask hid the signs aging. Second, the mask conformed itself to the wearer's face and collected personal information via a strange mental link. The mask could be removed after death, the wearer's memories and knowledge could be retrieved by future generations. (TNR)

this man once organized a fishing trip to Ganlihk, during which one of his friends was attacked by a zuxu. (COG)

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

Hengin Ki-Tapp Wett Gon-far
this was one of the wondrous tree-cities built by the Gazaran in the rainsforests of the planet Veron. It was located on the southeastern coast of the continent of Vusi. It wasn't the largest city of the Gazaran, but it was the most powerful. Hengin Ki-Tapp Wett Gon-far controlled the spaceport in the city of Trelbio, and strictly regulated what business the other cities could do in Trelbio. (PG1)

this was the name of a scheming wife from Cerean mythology. (GCG)

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 Heni referred to a scheming wife in Cerean mythology. (GCG)

Henk Lorin
this Cerean woman was a Lieutenant in the police force that maintained the peace and security of the city of Gadrin, on the planet Cularin, during the years surrounding the Battle of Naboo. (EOS)

Henk Zessek
this was a noted Besalisk individual, prominent in the history of the planet Ojom. (UANT)

this Alliance Special Forces soldier was a member of Team Razor. (HAS)

this trader plied the spacelanes of Trax Sector during the Galactic Civil War. Hennilrum was sympathetic toward the Alliance, and used his connections to Trefflet Wuin to provide the Alliance with information on the Empire's new supply base in Bissillirus System. (GMK)

Hensara III
third planet in the Hensara System, the Alliance frigate Battle of Yavin was sunk in one of its deep lakes when it tried to escape from the Havoc. It was a small, jungle-covered world. (XWN)

this member of the Cavrilhu Pirates worked security details, serving under Control. (SOP)

this Imperial Army Lieutenant worked with Sinya Deboora to try and maintain Imperial control of the planet Seltos. When the populace of Seltos rose up and overthrew the government, Hensworth went into hiding, but maintained contact with Deboora by promising her the Imperial Governorship of the planet once the Empire regained control. He and Deboora were thwarted in their bid for power by New Republic agents inserted on the planet as part of Freedom Strike Seltos. (TSK)

this was once of the many names given to Duros females. Among the Duros, it meant "athletic". (GCG)

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 "water bringer", and referred to fire wardens. (GCG)

Hentz, Khaleen
this woman was a small-time criminal who worked as a thief aboard The Wheel, where she was often employed by Tookarti during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Khaleen was distinguished by her lanky, black hair, as well as the starburst tattoo that surrounding her navel. She stole a datadisk from the Falleen Zenex, who placed a bounty on her head in order to recover it. Khaleen, however, avoided capture and managed to return the disk to Tookarti and his boss, Korto Vos. The disk turned out to be detailed, Separatist plans for an attack on Kamino. Vos decided that the disk needed to be copied, and the original returned to Zenex, so that the Separatists were unaware that the Jedi Knights knew of the Kamino attack. Khaleen volunteered to return the disk to Zenex, despite the obvious fact that the crimelord would probably her for stealing it in the first place. The Falleen knew that she could not live if she had seen the disk's contents, but did not want to be responsible for her murder. Using his strong pheromones, Zenex nearly convinced Khaleen to kill herself. Vos and his fellow Jedi, Aayla Secura, had been monitoring the exchange, and arrived just in time to save Khaleen and eliminate Zenex. Khaleen remained with Korto, and began to develop deeper feelings for him. During a stopover on Nar Shaddaa, Korto was double-crossed by Tookarti. Jedi Master Agen Kolar tracked Korto to the smugglers' moon and and tried to arrest him, but Khaleen managed to get him to safety. However, Khaleen was captured by the Republic's forces and held for questioning. She was soon freed by Jedi Master Tholme, who needed her help in ensuring the success of Quinlan's mission to infiltrate the Separatists, during the height of the Clone Wars. In the wake of the siege of Saleucami, Khaleen revealed that she had been spying on Quinlan for Count Dooku. She also revealed that she was pregnant with Quinlan's child. He urged her to find a remote location to settle down, until the fighting was over and he could finally leave the Jedi Order. However, with the execution of Order 66, Khaleen never saw Quinlan again, and she simply disappeared into the far reaches of the galaxy. (RS, RDB, J4, RSOS)

Heorem Complex
this kilometer-wide collection of buildings was located on the planet Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. It sat on the border between the Senate District and Sah'c Town, and a skytunnel through its upper reaches served to connect the two sectors. (LEV)

Heorem Skytunnel
this was the name given to the skytunnel that cut through the Heorem Complex, which was located on the planet Coruscant during the last decades of the Old Republic. The skytunnel allowed traffic to moved between the Senate District and Sah'c Town with relative ease. (LEV)

this was a common name given to male Duros children. The name Hep came from the term meaning "cunning". (GCG)

Hera Tuix
this young being was one of the many students of the Force who were training at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during the height of the Clone Wars. Hera was defeated by Whie Malreaux in the Apprentice Tournament that was eventually won by Tallisibeth Enwandung-Esterhazy. (YDR)

this unusual creature, native to the planet Zolan, could alter its lumpy skin texture to closely resemble the rocky environments in whichit lived. This provided excellent camouflage for the herabe. (GMR10)

this ferocious creature inhabited the Forest Moon of Endor. (ECAR)

this youth was a native of Starpoint, on Draenell's Point, and was the leader of the gang known as the Vibroblades during the Galactic Civil War. Herafin and Benthar, the leader of the rival gang known as Benthar's Boys, developed an intense rivalry shortly after the Empire garrisoned the planet and Droxie - Benthar's girlfriend and second-in-command - left him to join the Vibroblades. (GMK)

Herak Square
this open, public area was located in the city of Ven-Kav, on Venaari. (SWJ5)

the Alliance shuttle charged with intercepting the freighter Gafra and stealing the new Imperial warhead. (XW)

Herald of the King's Decline
this opera was written and produced by the Coruscant Opera House during the height of the Old Republic. (CCW)

this female Jawa was the shaman of Wittin's tribe. She was Wittin's advisor during his negotiations with Jabba the Hutt, and agreed to serve as one of Jabba's retainers as long as he helped Wittin. After Jabba's death, Herat and her tribbe were freed from servitude, and roamed the deserts of Tatooine for many years. When they discovered Kitster Banai in the deep desert, Herat agreed to transport him to Anchorhead. The tribe was struck by two almost simulatenous attacks, one by an Imperial search party that was looking for the Killik Twilight, and then by a group of Sandpeople. Many of the tribe were killed, but Herat and Kitster managed to survive. Kitster was taken by the Sandpeople, and Herat was left for dead. She agreed to help Leia Organa Solo and her husband, Han Solo, locate Kitster and the moss-painting before the Imperials could, since her hatred of the Imperials had grown immeasurably after their attack. However, she was badly injured by in the attacks, and was forced to negotiate in return for treatment of her broken leg. She later came to understand the Solos' need to recover the painting, and agreed to let herself be "hijacked" in order to draw off Imperial pursuit. With the Solos' help, Herat got her sandcrawler working again, then locked herself in a toolbox while the sandcrawler was put in gear. The stormtroopers pursuing them took the bait, and believed Herat's story of being captured and locked up after the Solos' stole her cargo. (CCG7, TG)

Herd Meet
a regular gathering of the Ithorian herdships, these meets occur once every three Ithorian years. (SCRE, EGC)

Herd Mother
this was the name of Ketwol's old, poorly-maintained starship. (MTSE)

Herd, The
this small band of Ithorian smugglers was created by Kikow on the planet Ralltiir, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. The Herd was based on the model established by the Kalmec organization, founded by Wookiees on Ralltiir some years before. The Herd consisted of a half-dozen Ithorian spacers who were loyal to Kikow, and trafficked primarily in weapons. (PH)

it was believed that Lumiya first appeared on this planet, after completing her training under Darth Vader. Even during the height of the New Order, Herdessa was considered a peaceful world where the affluent beings of the galaxy could remain neutral. Years later, after the Battle of Endor and the death of both Vader and Emperor Palpatine, Mon Mothma and Leia Organa tried to convince the government to join the fledgling New Republic. (CRO, MC88)

this was the name used to describe the human natives of the planet Herdessa. During the height of the New Order, the Herdessan people were split into to classes, the affluent members of the guilds and the peasants. (MC88)

Herdessan Guild
this was the name of the governing body of the planet Herdessa. It was made up of the affluent leaders of business, industry, and politics on the planet, and it controlled much of every day on Herdessa. (MC88)

an Ithorian craft designed to transport all manner of items across the galaxy, the original herdships were designed and built by the Ithorian SkyYards. They provided the Ithorians with a "home away from home", complete with upper city-levels and lower levels dedicated to tropical jungles. Each herdship measured 1,800 meters in diameter, and was designed to contain a complete and living ecosystem. A pilot and co-pilot maintained the herdship's systems, supported by a crew of up to 3,000 Ithorian workers dedicated to the herdship's upkeep. A herdship could accommodate up to 10,000 individual Ithorians, as well as up to 20,000 metric tons of cargo. Because these ships traveled throughout the galaxy, they were armed with twenty laser cannons and four tractor beam projectors distributed around the herdship's hull. Individual herdships were sent from Ithor on a specific course and schedule, although it was up to the Ithorian pilot and his herd to determine the exact destinations. Each herdship returned to Ithor at a pre-arranged time known as a Herd Meet. After the planet Ithor was destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong, the herdships were the only reminders of Ithor's jungles to remain, making them all the more sacred to the Ithorian people. (DA, SCRE, GMR4)

this planet was located in the Outer Rim Territories. (GORW)

a Sovereign-class Star Destroyer under construction when Emperor Palpatine re-emerges on Byss. (DE1)

this man was a Lieutenant with the Galactic Scout Corps, some forty years before the Battle of Yavin. He was believed to have been killed on an uncharted jungle planet, when one of his team - Milac Troper - returned to report that he was killed. In fact, Hereven and his Mission Commander, Dayla Kev, had been attacked by a gasnit, and Troper had left them to die, fleeing in panic. Hereven and Kev, however, managed to find shelter in the caves below the planet's surface, and eventually fell in love. Unfortunately, Hereven was killed while hunting for food. Dayla Kev wasn't completely alone, though, as she discovered that she was pregnant with Hereven's child. She later named the boy Hereven Kev, after his father. (GMR6)

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

this arrogant young man was a native of Coruscant, and a student of galactic history under the tutelage of Voren Na'al, several years after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. Despite his chosen field of study, Herg was not very interested in history unless it was spectacular and didn't involve research. (TTSB)

this was the native language of the Herglics. (ANT)

a race of huge, bipedal aliens with blue skin, these creatures evolved from ocean-dwelling mammals and still breath through blowholes on top of their heads. Native to the planet Giju, these humanoids were generally considered one of the earliest species to achieve space travel. The Herglics were among the founding members of the Old Republic, but their empire crumbled and the Herglics eventually retreated to Giju. Millennia later, Giju was overrun by the Empire, which took control of Herglic cities and manufacturing sites for their own use. The Herglics tried to fight back, but centuries of peaceful living failed to prepare them for the might of the Empire. Imperial forces slaughtered Herglics virtually at will, until the Herglics surrendered. The Herglic society is punctuated by great explorers and merchants, but they tend to become addicted to gambling quite easily. They are also self-conscious about their size and unusual physical characteristics. (DFR, DFRSB, AE, ANT)

this was another name for the Herglese language. (GORW)

Herglic Trading Journal
this Herglic newsnet reported on a variety of business issues and events, during the height of the New Order. It was considered one of the best sources of financial news and information during this time. (SWJ3, SWJ14)

Herian I'ngre
this Bith broke the traditional mold and openly joined the Alliance, during the Galactic Civil War. A native of Clak'Dor 4, she found the pro-human stance of Emperor Palpatine quite distasteful, and found the diversity of the Alliance to be refreshing. She later joined Rogue Squadron, and was killed during the Malrev Incident. She had crashed on the planet, and was rescued by Dllr Nep. The pair used the last of their strength to fly Herian's X-Wing into the temple of a Dark Side adept and destroy it, killing the magician as well. (XWRR, HXW)

this planet was the site of an Imperial drydock station during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (RESB)

Heritage Lot
this was the term used by the Parking Conservation Fund to indicate a parking lot, located on the planet Coruscant, which had certain historical significance. (HNN5)

Heritage Squad
a branch of the Human League charged with proving that the human race has the right to be supreme in the Corellian Sector. (AC)

native to Kasiol 3, this omnivorous swamp creatures were equally at home in the water and on land. The average herlixx stood 45 centimeters tall, and stood on its stubby rear legs. Their extremely long arms allowed them to move through the trees, while their obese bodies allowed them to float along on the surface of the water. They ate a variety of fish and small amphibians, and supplemented their diet with leaves and algae. They were quite fearsome in appearance, but were generally harmless to any creature larger than themselves. (COG)

this small corporation produced a line of hunting blasters during the era of the New Order. (GFT)

this was one of the many Strike-class cruisers that made up the front lines of the Imperial Naval fleet. (XVT)

Hermi Odle
a Baragwin weapons specialist who was often found in Jabba's palace, taking a break from his livelihood. Odle designed the security and weapons systems that guarded Jabba's palace on Tatooine. He and Pote Snitkin had a running feud, although no one quite understood the reason. He is a large, blubbery beast who helped hold C-3PO down while Salacious Crumb chewed out the droid's eyes. (ROTJN, GG12, CCG7)

Hermit Spider
this large, predatory spider was native to the planet Naboo, and was noted for its rigid social structure. (GQRG)

this city, located on the planet Antared III, was the site of one it's major starports. (GMH)

this immense droid served as Nescan Tal'yo's bodyguard, during the height of the New Order. Hermos resembled a heavily-muscled skeleton, with a skull-shaped head and an exceptionally tall frame. When Leia Organa confronted Nescan about a holocube he had stolen from an Alliance agent, Leia was forced to shoot Hermos in order to protect herself. Hermos took the blast full in the chest, and was propelled out a window and fell to the street. (T15)

this molten sphere of rock was the innermost planet of the Rhinnal System. (CCW)

Hero of Taanab
this was an honorific used to describe Lando Calrissian, during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (UF)

Hero of the Empire
this was an award presented to those individuals who performed bravely in the service of the Empire. (IF)

Hero With No Fear
this was one of the highest honors, bestowed by the Rajah of the Virjuansi, that a warrior could earn in battle. It was second only to the level of Warrior of the Infinite. Anakin Skywalker was given the title of Hero With No Fear during the Clone Wars, for his continued bravery and daring. (SWI72, LEV)

Hero Without Fear, The
this was a term used during the height of the Clone Wars to describe Anakin Skywalker, in reference to the way in which he emerged from the direst of situations in order to champion the goals of the Old Republic. (SWDB)

Heroc's Slayer
a modified YT-1300 stock light freighter used by a group of bounty hunters who pursued Alliance forces to Issarga. (RPG)

Heroes of the Republic
a book, written by Madelein Aurin, which chronicled some of the Old Republic's most visible figures. Among those described in the text was the Jedi Master Haaran Balmor. It was published by Sarlain Star Press as volume 96.72, but was banned by the Empire. (GG9)

this Hutt crimelord controlled a small organization on the planet Tatooine, during the early years of the New Order. (WOTC)

this vicious, Nasirii clan Hutt was one of the few members of his species to try and regain control of Tatooine's criminal operations, during the early years of the New Republic. He arrived on Tatooine some eighteen years after the Battle of Endor with the understanding that the planet was under the control of the New Republic and Lady Valarian. However, Herogga also recognized the potential of the planet for the Hutts, based on the success of Jabba. He began establishing operations on the planet through the funding of the Crystal Moon Mos Ethna restaurant, a legitimate business which Herogga used as a front to his own criminal operations. When the Yuuzhan Vong attacked Hutt Space, many Hutts fled Nal Hutta to Tatooine. Herogga began to accelerate his plans to destroy Valarian and assume control of the planet, to counter his fear that a clan war would break out and destroy his growing empire. In order to solidify his position, Herogga planned to take over Jabba's former fortress. (SOT)

Hero's Cross
this medal was awarded to those members of the Old Republic military who displayed valor and courage in combat, during the decades leading up to the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

Herr, Druuven
this native Liann was a strong supported of the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. Unfortunately, he was also slow-witted and dull. (ML)

Herrera, San
this man and his partner, Nia Reston, were Force-sensitive individuals who made conscious decisions not to train with the Jedi Knights on Coruscant. They didnít want to deal with the demands of discipline and isolation imposed by the Jedi, and decided to remain on their homeworld of Cularin in order to help the Tarasin people. San and Nia funded a large relief effort, mainly by themselves, in order to ensure that the Hiironi Irstat was able to feed and defend itself from the predations of the Metatheran Cartel and other human intrusions. Shortly after the Battle of Naboo, San and Nia began working on Life's Memories, a treatise on death which earned them a small amount of notoriety after they were interviewed by Yara Grugara. Years later, during the Clone Wars, they took up the cause of droid rights. In a detailed treatise dispatched to Cularin's newsnets, they argued that droids were sentient beings - more appropriately called synthetic persons - who needed to be set free. They argued that the Clone Wars was actually a struggled between two different kinds of synthetic persons - the droids of the Separatists and the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic - then provided four key recommendations for ensuring synthetic persons can exist as free beings, in parity with organic beings. The pair then shocked the Cularin System during the final months of the Clone Wars by posting a document to the HoloNet that questioned the loyalty and safety of the clone troopers used by the Republic. They argued that the source of the genetic material used for the clones was inherently flawed, that the clones were capable of independent thought and might eventually revolt against their superior officers, and that the cloning process was inexact and open to tampering. Herrera and Reston ended their posting by citing the various droid revolts in the history of the galaxy, and feared that there was a danger of something similar happening with the clones. They also wondered what would happen to the clone troopers after the war was ended. When the government of Cularin decided to officially join the Old Republic, Herrera and Reston both tried to rally the public around a plan to keep Cularin free. Their plan backfired, however, when it simply incited a riot that caused damage to much of the city of Gadrin. The pair were forced to flee the city and hide from law enforcement officials. (EOS, LFCW)

this starship, owned by the Jon-Tow Economic Development Group, was part of the large group of ships which blockaded the moon of Pinett during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (WOA25)

an Imperial Major ordered to gather knowledge on the foremost members of The Alliance to Restore the Republic for Emperor Palpatine. Many of his communiques to Palpatine were recovered when the Empire was overthrown, including his search to find a Duinuogwuin corpse for Darth Vader. He was also the Major who subverted the Alliance attack on the "Understar" station in Fara's Belt, and was among the officers who performed background checks on the bounty hunters hired to locate Han Solo during the months following the Battle of Hoth. (SWSB, RASB, GG4, SWG6)

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

Hershoon the Destroyer
this being exists in Mizx mythology, and was a being of immense evil. Hershoon managed to live on beyond his death, according to legend, by invoking strong magicks while on his deathbed and placing pieces of his soul into the bodies of the ibliton. (COG)

Herstell V
this planet was known for its red-and-black currency. (HR)

this elderly Melida freedom fighter was a supporter of Wehutti, and fought along side the one-armed warrior. (DOD)

Herylcha Baakos
this former Old Republic councillor once declared that the Elomin had been neglecting the Elom race, and ordered the Elomin to allow the Eloms equal opportunity to live on the surface of the planet Elom. Baakos suggested the definition of living areas, oblivious to the fact that the Eloms prefer to live underground. (GG12)

this was a common name among the Meerian race. (GORW, WOTC)

Herzfall Communications Corporation
manufacturers of lightweight communications gear. (ISB, HNN4)

this agricultural world was located in the Colonies region, and supplied foodstuffs for many nearby Core and Mid Rim worlds. When the planet was first settled, the colonists worked diligently to domesticate as much of the native animal life as they could. Those creatures which could not be tamed were exterminated, especially larger predators, so that the settlers could focus on the growing of crops. (WOTC)

Hes Glillto
this Duros trader was the Captain of the Novachild. Iella Wessiri believed that Hes Glillto was an alias used by Lai Nootka to hide his presence on Coruscant during Tycho Celchu's trial. (KT)

this ancient Quarren surname meant "commander" or, more literally, "first among warriors". Like many Quarren surnames, it could be traced back to the time of the Battle of Ruusan. (GCG)

Hesjin Port
this ferry port was located in the heart of the Swamplands, on the planet Desevro. Situated on the Inner Wash, Hesjin provided easy access to the estates of several of Maslovar's ancient families. (GORW)

Hesken Fever
a non-fatal disease. (MTS)

Hesk'l, Brin
this man was a noted treasure hunter who traveled the galaxy during the last decades of the Old Republic. He traveled to the Cularin System during the height of the Clone Wars, hoping to locate the polar opposite of the mysterious darkstaff. A swarthy man with straight black hair, Brin believed that everything that was created had an exact opposite, a theory that was based on the beliefs of the Jedi Order. Brin himself believed strongly in the Force, and felt that it helped him achieve his goals. Despite his outward bluster, Hesk'l was an exceptionally skilled explorer whose primary love was the gathering of knowledge, which he stored in a book called the Codex. He started his mission with an interview on Eye on Cularin with Ryk Osentay, then set out to begin his search. However, two weeks after the interview, Hesk'l's ship was found adrift in the comet cloud that surrounded Cularin. The ship was empty, and Hesk'l himself was never seen again. (LFCW)

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

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