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Jizz-jig
a dance performed to jizz music. (RD)

Jizz-wail
this was an early form of jizz music, played by a four-being combo and known to be a bit softer in tone that modern jizz. (JQ3)

Jizz-wailer
a contemporary musician (ROTJ)

Jj'abot
this game of skill was played on a wide table, and demanded that each opponent work toward conquering the other's side of the playing field. (SWJ12)

Jjannex II
the Imperial Star Destroyer Stormclaw was attacked by pirates near this planet. (TBSB)

Jjerrol
this man was a small-time criminal working on Tatooine during the early years of the New Republic. (GUN)

Jjorg
this blond-haired woman was one of the leaders of the Freedom movement, serivng Malinza Thanas during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. After their base at the Stack was discovered, Jjorg fled the scene with Malinza and Vyram. They traveled to the office of their benefactor, Deputy Prime Minister Blaine Harris, only to discover that Harris had doublecrossed them. In an effort to escape, Jjorg tried to Harris's blaster, but Harris managed to press the weapon into her chest and pull the trigger. Jjorg died instantly. (FH2)

JK-13
this JK-series combat droid was captured by the forces of the Old Republic and investigated for many weeks, after it was learned that Count Dooku and the Separatists were planning to buy huge quantities of JK's for their armies. JK-13 was first shown to the galactic government and the Jedi Knights at T'Chuk arena, on Coruscant, where it had been reprogrammed to act at a non-lethal level. After defeating a droideka and the ARC trooper CT-36/732 in one-on-one combat, JK-13 was pitted in battle against Jedi Master Kit Fisto. Only Master Fisto's unusual attacks allowed him to defeat the droid. (TCD)

J'Kek
this Gorothite j'ber was known for its political savvy. Over the millennia since The Scouring, the J'Kek clan consolidated a great deal of political power, a fact that other j'bers resented but accepted as the status quo. (GSE)

J'Kek D'rith Kalama
this Gorothite, a member of the J'Kek j'ber, was the Rel'Kan of his people, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. It was Rel'Kan J'Kek who mediated the initial discussions between the Corellian and Aqualish factions which desired to mine hyperbarides on the planet. J'Kek struggled mightily to remain neutral throughout the negotiations, vowing to give each side equal opportunity to match the bids made for various mining rights. In this way, Rel'Kan J'Kek obtained great wealth for the P'Dar'Ken, but he was blinded to the fact that the Corellians and the Aqualish were gearing up for a confrontation which led to The Scouring. For his part in securing this wealth, J'Kek's supporters wanted him to be given the position of Rel'Kan until his death, but the P'Dar'Ken voted against it. Modern Gorothites viewed J'Kek D'rith Kalama as evil incarnate, for his part in The Scouring, and the insult of being tainted with "the blood of the J'Kek" was a venomous attack. (GSE)

J'Kek M'hoy Trinia
this Gorothite, a member of the J'Kek j'ber and a clanmate of J'Kek D'rith Kalama, argued that the Rel'Kan's negotiations with the Corellian and Aqualish parties that wanted mining rights to Goroth Prime would lead the planet to the brink of disaster. The grass-roots movement of J'Kek M'hoy Trinia and his followers wanted the negotiations to stop, and demanded that all concessions taken by the P'Dar'Ken be returned. Further, the group asked that all ties to the Corellians and the Aqualish be severed, and no mining rights whatsoever be given out. (GSE)

J'kilkrizt
this was one of the more common names given to Colicoid individuals. (UANT)

JK-series Droid
originally produced as a high-end security droid, these Cestus Cybernetics constructs were among the most advanced droids ever produced in the galaxy. First developed during the build-up to the Clone Wars, the JK-series used a form of "living circuitry" that employed the unique brain of an unfertilized dashta eel as its central processor. This gave the droid an unusual affinity to the Force, allowing it to anticipate the actions of an opponent. The chrome body of the JK-series was shaped like an hourglass, with several rows of narrow legs to to it around. When confronted with a possible intruder, the JK-series could move swiftly and silently to a new location, where it appeared almost benign until it registered a true threat. In that instant, the JK-series could assume any number of configurations, and bring to bear an unusual array of weaponry. Its primary attack mode involved the use of whiplike tentacles that emerged from its top and side. These tentacles were incredibly strong, and could cut through some of the hardest materials. After capturing its target with these tentacles, the JK-series drew the target into its body, holding it until help could arrive. The the target struggled, the tentacles could be drawn tighter, cutting into flesh or metal to force the target to submit. Other weaponry included shock netting, stun darts, and blasters. In addition to these mechanical capabilities, the JK-series was produced with specialized coatings that allowed the JK-series to blend into its surroundings. These droids were produced in small numbers during the height of the Clone Wars, but at incredibly high prices due to the delicate nature of the dashta eel. Mass-production was virtually impossible, since the number of dashta eels was limited. Nevertheless, the demand for these droids easily outpaced the supply. They were originally designed as security droids for the exceptionally wealthy, but with simple programming changes they could be adapted for use as combat droids. Because of their ability to anticipate an opponent's movements, the JK-series proved a formidable opponent for even the Jedi Knights. Due to several documented cases of a JK actually defeating a Jedi Knight in combat, they became known as Jedi Killers. When Count Dooku offered to provide Cestus Cybernetics with cloning technology to help produce more eels, the Separatist army was able to secure the rights to JK-series production. Unfortunately, it proved too difficult to clone the dashta eels, a fact that Dooku kept to himself while he spun an intricate plan to lure the Jedi and the Old Republic to Ord Cestus. The Jedi believed that the JK-series could be mass-produced, and that its innate abilities would make it exceptionally difficult to defeat. In this way, Dooku managed to trap Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto on Ord Cestus, when they were dispatched to learn more about the JK-series. However, the Separatists' plans fell through when both Jedi Masters survived the mission, revealing to the Cestians and the rest of the galaxy that the JK-series was no longer a viable alternative for the Separatists. Further investigation revealed that the dashta eels would have gone insane on the battlefield, when ordered to actually kill another being. This information was something that the Five Families never revealed to Count Dooku, since it would have negated the deal before any credits could have been exchanged. (TCD)

J'kuutak
this creature, native to the planet Guiteica, was used as a mount by the Bitthaevrian warriors. (AIR)

JL-12-F
this explosive was manufactured by one of I'att Armaments' competitors, and was designed to explode in a symmetrical pattern. It was used by a group of Ranats which tried to blow up Silver Station. Tinian I'att was able to track them down by following the smell of the explosive. (TBH, SWJ6)

JL7 Elixir
one model of GoCorp hoverscooter. (GG7)

J'Lan
this was one of the many mining settlements, or o'bekis, established on Goroth Prime. In the 100 years leading up to the Battle of Yavin, J'Lan experienced two mega-earthquakes that obliterated the landscape and the o'beki itself. (GSE)

JL-series Droid
this was a series of security droids produced by Cestus Cybernetics, based on the popular JK-series. (TCD)

J'Meeb Gumb
this male Guineo was a known gambler and cheat, living in the entertainment district of Coruscant during the years following the Battle of Naboo. It was believed that J'Meeb was working for Groff Haug at the time. A bounty was placed on his head by an unknown source for his use of a skifter to rig a high-stakes sabacc match, and J'Meeb was eventually captured by Jango Fett. (BH)

J'Mel
this was the second-largest of the three moons which orbited Goroth Prime. (GSE)

J'Mer Sab
this resistance group, whose name meant "Night Wind," rose up among the Gorothite people shortly after the Battle of Yavin. Formed from Gorothites who feared the high attrition rate of the K'Len J'Bar Kasoon, the J'Mer Sab also attracted some members from the Gor'Jen'Ar. In reality, however, the J'Mer Sab was privately set up and funded by Imperial Governor Marsh Limoth. Limoth hoped to attract a sufficient number of prominent Gorothites before "raiding" the group, arresting its members and striking a blow against the legitimate resistance. In this way, he hoped to gain a significant political victory, earning him more funding and latitutde from his Imperial superiors. The Alliance, as part of Operation Starbird, set out to infiltrate and break up the J'Mer Sab before Limoth could act. (GSE)

J'mesk Iman
this Tamran Senator of the New Republic felt that the Diversity Alliance should be allowed to exist, even after hearing the testimony of Jaina and Jacen Solo after they returned from Ryloth. Iman believed that the children were well-intentioned but ill-advised to attempt the rescue of Lowbacca and his sister. (TEP)

J'Mikel
this Anx was one of the six Jedi Knight who were hunted down and murdered by Aurra Sing. Like Peerce, with whom he was working at the time, J'Mikel was searching for Aurra Sing on Coruscant when he was attacked and killed. J'Mikel was survived by his young Padawan, a Twi'lek female named Xiann who was badly traumatized by the incident and its violence. After Aurra Sing was captued by Aayla Secura, Master J'Mikel's lightsaber was returned to Coruscant. Aayla Secura asked to personally deliver it to Xiaan, so that she could talk to her fellow Twi'lek about reconciling her feelings. (HFAS, J3)

Jmin Survival Academy
this paramilitary school was founded by Lunkar An during the Galactic Civil War. (AIR)

Jmmaar
this Viraanntesse Jedi Master, a native of the planet Vvaw, was killed during the Clone Wars by General Grievous on the planet Vandos. (X3, E3N)

JMM-series Droid
this was a series of assassin droids produced during the Old Republic. (SWMW)

JN-66
this was a model of librarian droid, used by the Jedi Knights to provide access to their immense archives found on the planet Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. Developed and manufactured by Cybot Galactica, the JN-66 droid had a flat, goggle-eyed head, and its body was supported by a pair of small, disk-shaped repulsorlifts. Two pairs of photoreceptors allowed JN-66 to view minute details of objects, giving it a greater set of data with which to investigate the archives. (SWDB)

J'Nes B'Sar
this was the name of the religious gatherings staged by Gorothites who worshipped the M'Nes religion. It literally meant "truth gathering." (GSE)

Jo
this term was used by the Jawa race to indicate "no" or a negative response. (TG)

Joa Pqis
this starship owner ran the Star Hammer out of Vobos and Tammuz-an. (SOL)

Joaa'n
this woman was the demolitions expert for Red Hand Squadron. She died, along with Bria Tharen and most of the Red Hands, on Toprawa, where they were trying to buy time for Leia Organa to receive the Death Star plans. (RD)

Joanson, Ariq
one of Owen Lars' contemporaries, Ariq Joanson set up a moisture farm farther out than anyone else on Tatooine. His farm, which was only marginally profitable, bordered Jawa and Sand Person lands. Ariq felt that the three races could live together peacefully, despite the stories being spread by the Imperial governors. He regularly left gifts of water to both native races, and developed a great friendship with the Jawas of Wimateeka's clan. He developed an uneasy truce with the Sand People. Many of his friends, including his neighbor Eyvind, thought he was crazy. Ariq paid them no mind, and planned to purchase a great tract of land that he would subdivide with Jawas and Sand People. He was even going to help them submit the paperwork to make the land officially their own. When Eyvind became engaged to Ariela, Ariq asked if he could invite Wimateeka's clan. Ariela talked Eyvind into agreeing, and the wedding reception was a success. The Jawas were impressed with human customs and civility, while the humans marvelled that the Jawas could be so friendly. When a group of adolescent Sand People attacked the reception, Ariq was greatly dismayed. Eyvind was killed in the attack, and the local Imperial detachment used the incident to further the distrust between the races. Ariq was undaunted, and after rescuing Ariela from the Sand People, he set out to find the Alliance and work with them to overthrow the Empire. (TME)

Jo'Ara Gier
this Cerean woman was a member of the underground resistance on the planet Cularin, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. She was part of a growing number of Cularin natives who feared that the Metatheran Cartel would take control of the planet, if it ever got a chance to gain a foothold in Cularin's brisk trading economy. It was Jo'Ara who discovered a transmitter in the datapad used by the resistance to break into the Cartel's headquarters, allowing many of her team to escape being captured. (EOS)

Jobath Knox
a Fia councillor from Galantos, Jobath had formerly served as a member of the security force which protected the Net'lseb Toli Park. A disciple of the God of Age known as Gotagei, he traveled to Coruscant and personally waited outside the residence of Leia Organa-Solo to petition her to act against the Yevethan Great Purge. He pleaded for her to admit Galantos into the New Republic. She asked him to wait in the diplomatic hostel until she could recover herself from the events surrounding her talks with Nil Spaar. He continued to petition for membership in the Republic for Galantos, which was eventually granted by Leia. The grant was questioned, because Leia was acting outside the bounds of the defined powers of the Chief of State. (BTS, SOL, CCW)

Joben, Thall
Jord Dusat's best friend and rival on Ingo, Thall was an avid speeder racer during the early years of the Empire. He was easily distinguished by his mohawk haricut. Thall became the owner of R2-D2 and C-3PO when he and Jord found them in a junkyard, and they helped him evade the ministrations of Sise Fromm. The droids were glad to be free, and helped the boys with the construction of their racing speeder, the White Witch. When Jord was captured by Tig Fromm, Thall and the droids enlisted the help of Kea Moll to rescue him. The group then traveled to Boonta, hoping to enter the Boonta Speeder Race. After helping Kea's mother destroy the Trigon One weapons satellite, they finally made it to Boonta. There, Jord was injured and Thall was forced into duty as the White Witch's pilot. During the race, he was beset by agents of the Fromm gang as well as by Boba Fett, but Thall managed to avert disaster and win the race. Jord and Thall, along with Kea Moll, were approached by Zebulon Dak to join the design team of his corporation, but were told that they could not bring the droids. The trio had decided to turn down Dak's offer, having come to appreciate the droids, but R2-D2 and C-3PO would not allow them to miss the opportunity. The droids jettisoned themselves in an escape pod, leaving the humans free to take the job. (DCAR, OWS)

Jobin
this man served the Alliance at Echo Base, on Hoth, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A veteran of the Battle of Hoth, Corporal Jobin was believed to have been the brother of Lieda Mothma, and the son of Mon Mothma herself. At Echo Base, Jobin was part of the team that controlled the base's ion cannon, and was believed to have fired the shot that disabled a Satr Destroyer and opened an escape route for the first of the Alliance's transports. He was then the first to report on the breach of Echo Base's defenses by Imperial forces, before he was forced to abandon his post and retreat to a pre-defined escape point. (SWI82, VIS)

Jobl
this surname was common among the Sullustan race, and meant "computer specialist" in the Sullustan language. (GCG)

Joboba
this was the Huttese word for the number fourteen (14). Note, however, that the Huttese counting system was based on a base-eight system. So, joboba indicated the number twelve (12) in the Basic language. (GMR5)

Jobones, Wryk
known by the nickname "Wreck-Out," Wryk Jobones was a veteran of the swoopchasing circuits of the Outer Rim Territories. During the height of the New Order, Wryk retired from active competition to promote the sport. He spent much of his career racing on the outlawed courses, but realized that dead racers can't do any good. He petitioned for the improvement of safety and quality of courses at all racing levels, in order to prolong the careers of racers and attract a larger audience. (BSS)

Jobreth Plains
this grassland was located on the planet Jabiim. (SWESF)

Jobril
this Twi'lek worked for Nirama, several years before the Battle of Naboo. It was rumored that Jobril voluntarily allowed Nirama to implant a chip into his brain that made Jobril unquestioningly loyal to Nirama. Shortly after the Battle of Naboo, something made Jobril change his mind about the implant. He secretly had it removed, and turned against Nirama. (WOTC)

Jocasta
this was one of the most common female names given to human children across the galaxy. (GCG)

Jocell
this Chiss female was part of the squadron which was assembled to support Jagged Fel's fact-finding mission to the New Republic, shortly before the Battle of Coruscant. When Jagged decided that the best way to gather information was to assist the Republic in their struggle against the Yuuzhan Vong, Jocell and her fellow pilots agreed to stay. Jocell agreed to join the Twin Suns Squadron, serving under Jaina Solo as Twin Suns Nine. After Coruscant fell and the Republic's forces regrouped on Calamari, Jocell agreed to accompany Jaina and her parents on a mission to re-establish communications to parts of the galaxy which had been cut off. Jaina was glad to have Jocell's help, but felt that Jocell was too stiff to be an effective pilot. When the trio was sent to N'zoth to investigate the Fia's claim that the Yevetha were no longer a threat, they found that the planet and the entire Yevethan civlization had been destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong. They also found the last surviving Yevethan warrior on a small moon, waiting for the alien invaders to return. This Yevetha refused to be rescued, and set his ship to self-destruct. Jocell was just behind Miza when the shpi exploded, and Jocell's clawcraft badly damaged. With Jaina's help, she was able to return to Galantos and recover from her injuries. (FH1)

Jocko
whenever Han Solo talked about his past while using an alias - something he did to escape the pressures of being married to the Chief of State of the New Republic - he used the psuedonym Jocko to refer to Ben Kenobi. (TBH)

Jocoro Desilijic Tiure
this Hutt crimelord, a member of the same kajidic as Jabba, operated a small criminal empire from a base on Du Hatta, in the years following the Battle of Endor. (SWI67)

Jodaka
this ocean world is home to the deadly needler crab. The crab inhabits the rocky reefs that border the seas. (SWJ1)

Jodd
this being studied the art of teras kasi during the Galactic Civil War. (SESB)

Jode, Binna
this small-time criminal was active on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GQRG)

Jodeen
this man served the Imperial Navy as a Captain, and was part of the small defense force that was assigned to protect the labor colony on Kalist VI, during the months following the Battle of Yavin. As the leader of Durkii Squadron, Jodeen was on duty when he was ordered to escort the Nuna's Twins down to the surface of Kalist VI, after the tanker managed to survive an Alliance ambush. The ground forces on Kalist VI were suspicious when the tanker arrived without its escort frigate, which the crew claimed was destroyed in the ambush. Unknown to the Imperials, however, was the fact that Luke Skywalker and a band of Alliance agents were at the controls of the Nuna's Twins, and the fact that the tanker was allowed to land gave the Alliance team the ability to infiltrate the base. (SWEWW)

Jofoger
this planet was located along the Sisar Run. (AIR)

Joh Yowza
born J'ywz'gnk Kchhllbrxcstk Et'nrmdndlcvtbrx, this Yuzzum was a thief as well as the male lead singer for the Max Rebo Band. The name "Joh Yowza" was given to him by Sy Snootles when he was asked to join the band, in an effort to make him recognizeable to most humans. Joh had been ostracized from his herd on Endor because he was considered too small to hunt. He stood nearly half a meter shorter than the average Yuzzum, and was often left behind on rugger hunts. On one of his solitary treks, Joh managed to stow away on a ship owned by Roark Garnet, who discovered the Yuzzum and nicknamed him "Furball." It was Garnet who taught Joh how to speak Basic. While on a stopover on Nar Shaddaa, Joh heard the music of the Max Rebo Band at Uncle Chesko's. He broke into song in the audience, and so astounded the band that they hired him on the spot. When the band traveled to Tatooine to play for Jabba the Hutt, they were forced to hide Joh because Jabba hated Yuzzum. However, Joh's incredible singing voice convinced the crimelord that not all Yuzzum are bad. After Jabba's death, Joh fled to Mos Eisley and signed on as a singer on a small passenger liner. (RJSE, CCG9, MTSE, SWI67)

Johans, Zel
this Imperial Colonel, known as the Rancor, was in charge of a Hell's Hammers unit stationed in the Outer Rim Territories during the Galactic Civil War. He is a masterful tactician, and is wholly devoted to his troops. He was able to persuade the Imperial command that the Hammers worked better at full regimental strength, and he played a pivotal role in the recruiting of new Hammers. Johans was also instrumental in the development of the repulsortank, as well as the development of Imperial doctrine regarding the use of repulsortanks. In the wake of the Battle of Endor, Colonel Johans went into hiding on the planet Brintooin, where he established a base of power for himself in an effort to build himself a small empire. Many historian believed he had aspirations of inheriting command of the Imperial Remnant. (ISB, SWJ9, SWJ15)

Johin
this spacer claimed that the Empire destroyed Hyrol Preen Beta because of suspected Alliance activity. When they couldn't capture the rebels outright, the Imperials wiped out the settlements on the planet in order to prevent the Alliance from returning. (FTD)

John D
a Rebel fighter pilot killed during the Battle of Yavin, John D was the pilot of the X-Wing designated as Red Four. (SW)

Johr Penyk
this was the name of a noted Sakiyan individual. (UANT)

Johrian Whiskey
this was a blue-green grain alcohol. (DMSH)

Joh's Shipyard
this was one of the most prominent starship modification and repair companies in the Cularin System, during the last decades of the Old Republic. The Shipyard, as it was commonly referred to, worked with the Cularin Transit Authority to ensure there were no illegal modifications done. (LFCW)

Johzan B'oh
this Herglic gambler was also a known information broker, who worked out of the Ace of Sabres on Kluistar. (ANT)

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

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

Joiner
this was the term used to describe any being who had become deeply attached to the Colony. Joiners were distinguished by their belief in the altruism of the various hives of the Colony, and the way in which they acted upon the Will of the Colony without hesitation. For the most part, the Joiners became a hive's liaison to the outside galaxy, acting as translator and guide during discussions or negotiations. The role of Joiners didn't become apparent until about five years after the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy was stopped, when UnuThul began attracting more and more beings to the Unknown Regions to help the Colony survive against the Chiss. Over time, those beings who remained within the hive too long were absorbed by the hive, and could no longer think for themselves. Once a being was joined to the hive, the hive had access to all of the being's memories and skills, including the understanding of languages and the absorption of feelings and emotions. (DN1)

Joining, The
this was the name given to the period of history on the planet Merisee in which intense volcanic and seismic activity created a chain of mountains which connected the planet's two continents. This joining of the two land masses allowed the Meri and the Teltiors to finally meet each other, sparking a millennium-long civil war. (PG3)

Joint Council
this parliamentary body of the Iotran government is formed from the top eight Iotran military leaders. As a whole, the rule the entire Iotran planetary soceity. (GG12)

Joiol
this planet, located in the Orus Sector, was supposedly one of the planets on which Grand Admiral Thrawn was producing clones, some five years after the Battle of Endor. Investigation by the fledgling Smuggler's Alliance proved this information to be false. (TLC)

Jojighar
this former Jedi Master was honored by Bisquit Baron for his contributions, with a commemorative holocube that documented his history being included in many QuickSnack and QuickSnackLite meals. The meals and holocubes were available shortly before the onset of the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Jojo
this Devaronian worked as a bartender in the capital city of the planet Zeltros, during the height of the New Order. (PH)

Jojo
this Fifth Battle Group K-Wing bomber pilot was part of Esege Tuketu's squadron. Jojo was killed in the unsuccessful blockade of Doornik-319. (SOL)

Joka
this Huttese term was used to describe a being who was being foolish, or joking around. (E1A14)

Joker Squadron
this was one of the starfighter units that were part of the Cularin Militia, during the Thaereian Conflict and the last years of the Old Republic. (LFCW)

Jokhalli
this race of tall, thin-limbed humanoids was native to the moon Blimph 3. They were distinguished by their glowing, red eyes and their unusual arms. Each of their two arms ended in two forearms, with a compound elbow joint providing a full range of motion for each forearm. Their bovine faces were melancholy in appearance, and they spoke variety of galactic trade languages. To the Jokhalli, trade and commerce were immensely important, and their civilization flourished mainly because of the strategic location of Blimph 3. When Quaffug the Hutt took control of the Blimph System, the Jokhalli were relegated to a minimal role in the business which went through the system, and they were unable to stop the Hutt. They consoled themselves playing games of Divot, until Lando Calrissian stumbled upon their society during his trial under the Duff-Jikab. His skills in trade languages, coupled with his defeat of the Jokhalli masters in Divot, earned Lando a measure of respect among the Jokhalli, who helped him escape Quaffug. Lando later forced Quaffug to return control of Blimph 3 to the Jokhalli, in return for the Hutt's life. (BHSW)

Jokoflow
this river flowed through the city of Evafan, on the planet Vorzyd 5. Its flow was only interrupted as it spilled into Lake Joko before moving on through the city. (GORW)

Jokol
this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, Jokol was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. This name literally meant "factory worker". (GCG)

Jokomo Barillard
this alien was a member of the Galactic Radicals, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (BH)

JoKo's Alley
located within Coruscant's Dometown, this riotous strip of businesses was where Tekli overheard a pair of Rodians discussing their general malcontent with the human race. The distrust arose from the fact that the Yuuzhan Vong could use ooglith masquers to pretend to be human, thereby making non-human races hesitant to work with humans. This was shortly before it was discovered that the Vong had perfected the gablith masquer. (BP)

Jokot
this man was one of a handful of beings who regularly got together to play sabacc at The White Door cantina, in the city of Akmalla, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. He often played with Lar-Odo and Bonna Noot. (WOA35)

Jol Kion-Tas
this was the name of a Krevaaki individul, distinguished in the history of the planet Krevas. (UANT)

Jolan Aphett
this noted pazaak player lived on the planet Manaan, some four millennia before the Battle of Yavin. (KOTOR)

Joli
this youth, a native of Melida/Daan, was a member of the Scavenger Youth. Despite the fact that he was loyal to Mawat, he didn't understand why Mawat wanted to oust Nield from the leadership of The Young and take control of Zehava for himself. Joli and Deila hid after Mawat ordered them to take up arms, hoping to flee the inevitable war that was brewing. They then provided information to Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, telling the Jedi of Mawat's deception. (UP)

Jolian Freighter
an outdated form on transport ship. (VP)

Jolla
this Hutt crimelord worked from a base on Nar Shaddaa during the height of the New Order. Outwardly, Jolla wished to forge an alliance with his nephew, Torga the Hutt, to combine their small criminal organizations into a much broader, more profitable enterprise that could squeeze out the operations of Moska the Hutt. However, when he was invited to Torga's residence to hear evidence of Moska's treachery, Jolla feigned indifference and belittled Torga in front of his retainers. This, of course, was all part of Jolla's plans to undermine the operation of Torga's empire, in an effort to capture it for himself. Jolla had also been working to undermine the operations of Moska, hoping to pit the two Hutts against one another and usurp both their organizations. (WOA23, WOA24)

Jolli
this female pirate served with Crimson Jack during the years following the Battle of Yavin. She became jealous of Leia Organa's presence among the pirates, shortly after Leia was captued by the pirates, and began flirting and teasing Jack's pirates. Once she had them hooked, she beat them and fought them off. Much of her behavior seemed to be traced to her parents. Her father was a fugitive from the Empire, and Jolli and her mother were abandoned on an outlaw world. Her mother was killed in a firefight, and Jolli vowed to prove herself against any man at any time. Despite her relationship with Crimson Jack and her attraction to Han Solo, Jolli geniunely hated all men. After Jack's forces were stranded over Drexel One, Jolli led Raider Squadron on an assault against the Millennium Falcon, but was damaged in a fly-over. When she asked Jack to tow her back, he refused, claiming that the use of a magnetic pulse beam would interfere with his communications system. Angry at being abandoned by a man, Jolli felt all her anger crystallize into a single point. She took what little power she had left and started firing on Crimson Jack's Star Destroyer, shooting through the ship's shields before crashing into the ship with her fighter. In the resulting explosion, Jack's Star Destroyer was damaged beyond repair, and Jolli was mortally wounded. She was located by Han Solo, who gave her a kiss for saving his life, and Jolli died happily. (MC7, MC12, MC15)

Jollie
an Imperial Ambassador secretly working for Grigor, Jollie was a large, bald-headed man who liked to smoke cigars. His head was bald from a series of operations that left his scarred for life. Jollie was the person who warned Grigor of Ranulf Trommer's assignment as an aide to Grigor. (ROC)

Jollin Resbin
this Sneevel representedhis homeworld in the Galactic Senate of the Old Republic, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. He was one of the many supporters of the Military Creation Act, and petitioned for its passage with vigor. He even hired Boles Roor to do a series of endorsements for the creation of an Army of the Republic. (HNN5)

Jolly Man
this modified blastboat was owned by the Brubb pilot Wonetun, as part of the small fleet maintained by the Wild Knights. It was one of the ships which participated in the attempts to capture a Yuuzhan Vong yammosk. (SBS)

Jolly Spacer
an eatery on an unspecified planet, it was here that the New Republic recruited smugglers to assist in Project Second Chance. (TSK)

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

Jolos Aarn
this was a noted individual from Vorzydiak history. (GORW)

Jolsz
this was one of the pirates who served under Captain Naz Felyood aboard the Jynni's Virtue, during the height of the New Order. Jolsz was eventually killed by the Korriban Zombies, and his dead body was reanimated to join the zombies. (PH)

Jolt Cell
this was an ancient form of power cell that was produced by Telgorn Power Cells. Available in three power ratings, the Jolt Cell was popular among the Jedi Knights, during the years surrounding the Great Sith War. (KOTOR2)

Jomark
an ocean world with a single continent and three moons, Jomark was settled apporximately 1000 before the era of the New Order, but never became an integral part of the galaxy. This led the colonists to revert in their technology, rather than expand, and they eventually became a superstitious, primitive band. Much of Jomark's landmass was part of a single continent, with thousands of small islands scattered throughout its oceans. It was the second of six worlds in its system, and the only habitable one. The planet had a rotation of about 23 hours, and orbited its medium-sized sun once every 312 local days. (HTTE, DFR, HTSB)

Jo-Mau-Rinti
this Cerean was a noted swoop racer, who had a sensational rookie year during the months leading up to the Clone Wars.Jo-Mau-Rinti rode for Team NaKuda during most of his career. (HNN5)

Jombo
this terse Rodian worked for Gamgalon as a hunt leader, leading safaris on the planet Varonat. (SWJ1)

Jomesh
this was one of the more common names given to males of the Mon Calamari race. To the Mon Calamari, this name meant "fortunate" or "wealthy". (GCG)

Jomo
this being, an octoped from the planet Yoberra, won the eight-legged race in the "Mobquet Presents: Fastest Land Beings" racing series, just prior to the onset of the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Jomon
this ball of searing-hot rock was the third world in the Kamino System. (GORW)

Jompers Customs Ship
this patrol ship was developed shortly after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. (SOP)

Jon
this man lived on the planet Dantooine some 4,000 years before the Galactic Civil War. Jon and his family were terrorized by a group of Mandalorian soldiers, until he appealed to the Jedi enclave for help. The Jedi were able to neutralize the Mandalorian threat, and Jon was eternally grateful. (KOTOR)

Jon, Davod
this man served as a Colonel with the Imperial armed forces, having been promoted for his skills and bravery as a scout. He was also known as a proficient leader, and was part of the Empire's special forces units before serving under Admiral Piett during the Battle of Endor. Jon advocated the development of wilderness survival training for Imperial troops, despite the obvious technological advantge the Empire maintained over its opposition. (CCG11)

Jondris
this man was in love with Madillis. (GFT)

Jones, Domo
this young boy worked on his uncle Nobu's nerf farm, on the planet Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He wore his hair in a coif which resembled a pair of curled horns. He desparately wanted to be a starfighter pilot, but Nobu kept him busy rounding up nerfs and tending the boshi fields. In his spare time, Domo roamed the cantinas of Mos Zabu, hoping to catch a glimpse of Jilljoo Jab. Domo also longed to join the Alliance, and saw his chance when he overheard Ep Gart trying to sell a load of Nergon-14 to an Imperial officer. With the help of his friend Blerx, Domo was able to disrupt the sale and defeat Gart. His bravery in eliminating Gart earned him the adoration of Jilljoo herself. (T7)

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