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Death-Hammer
this small blaster pistol, distinguished by they open heat-dissipation grate around its barrel, was noted for its incredible power. (SWGAL)

Deathhawk
this 12-meter-long combat airspeeder was developed and manufactured by Barresin. Best crewed by a pilot and gunner, the Deathhawk was armed with a double laser cannon. It had a flight ceiling of 250 meters, and could attain speeds of 1,000 kilometers an hour. (GSE)

Death-Hunter
this cyborg assasin was the brain-child of the Imperial Moff Jesco Comark. Comark used his position as the head of Renik to syphon funds into the Death-Hunter project, and used Renik agents to kidnap strong, healthy humans between the ages of 15 and 25 for cyborging. Comark realized that the Empire couldn't continue to use bounty hunters to do its dirty work, and developed an army of cyborged killers. He was able to obtain strong human subjects from the working population of Bescane, kidnapping individuals whenever the need arose. Comark also used the shipyards at Jaemus for his project, having them modify Sector Plexus courier droids for use as Death-Hunter transports. The Death-Hunter was an incredible combination of technological and physical abilities. The Death-Hunter's eyesight was augmented with low-light and macrozoom enhancements. Hearing was increased with specialized receptors. Lifeform sensors were implanted to improved tracking ability. Several communications options were available to the cyborg, including a wideband receiver and a tightband antenna. The Death-Hunter project was exposed by Moff Comark's own daughter, Amber Comark, who was operating under the guise of Alliance special agent Tigress. Much of the Death-Hunter project was destroyed when Alliance agents, working with Amber Comark, were able to eliminate Jesco Comark's base on Zeta Zero Nine, in the Wastes. (SWJ9)

Deathmoon
the name of one of Fyodos' three moons, its original name was lost following the Great Cleansing. Fyodoi society indiactes that the cycle of the Deathmoon induces intense, superstitious fear among the surviving Fyodoi. (PG2)

Deathraven
this starfighter design was the brainchild of Erron Kell, who learned of the durability of the B-Wing bomber during his stint as an Alliance pilot during the Battle of Endor. In the wake of the Empire's defeat, Kell was able to obtain the damaged hulks of two B-Wing/E2 bombers. He called in some favors with his contacts at Kuat Drive Yards, and had them expand the cockpit section while attached both wings to the single cockpit. Each wing was fully equipped with drive systems and weapons, making the ship almost twice as fast and twice as deadly as a B-Wing. It did lack the B-Wing's maneuverability, however, given its ungainly appearance. (WOTC, SOG)

Death's Head
an Imperial-I class Star Destroyer under the command of Captain Harbid, the Death's Head was part of Grand Admiral Thrawn's fleet some five years after the Battle of Endor. It was dispatched to the Palanhi System to apprehend Han Solo, but was unable to capture them there. Later, the Death's Head participated in the attack on Ord Pardron. (HTTE, DFR, TLC)

Deathsnake
this reptile was known for its incredibly fast and accurate strike. (SWJ5)

Deathtrain
this was one of the most powerful blaster pistols produced during the era of the New Order. (SWGAL)

Debbikin
this short, thin man was the director of research, and a leading member of the Five Families of the planet Ord Cestus, during the height of the Clone Wars. Despite his position, Debbikin was one of the few Cestians who believed Obi-Wan Kenobi was speaking honsetly, when the Jedi arrived on Ord Cestus to investigation the sale of JK-series security droids to Count Dooku. However, for all his statements of support for the Jedi, Debbikin maintained a widespread spy net throughout the Core Worlds, especially Coruscant. His spies relayed that Chancellor Palpatine would destroy Ord Cestus rather than let it side with the Separatists. When his son, Debbikin the Younger, was kidnapped by Nemonus, Debbikin reluctantly agreed that it was time the Five Families allied themselves with the Old Republic. Debbikin was killed, along with most members of the Five Families, when the ARC trooper Jangotat infiltrated their secret bunker on the Kibo Plateau and ordered the Nexu to fire on his location. (TCD)

Debbikin the Younger
this young man was the son of Debbikin, the director of research for the Five Families of Ord Cestus, during the height of the Clone Wars. When his father was unable to attend meetings, Debbikin the Younger would attend in his place. Based on feedback from his father's spies on Coruscant, Debbikin the Younger suggested that the Five Families pledge their loyaly to the Old Republic, in order to ensure their continued grasp on the manufacturing facilities on Ord Cestus. His goal was to have the Five Families become the Republic's most prominent supplier of high-tech droids, bringing them to galactic prominence. He also expressed concern over Caiza Quill's ability to maintain his position on the Five Families, since the X'Ting failed to eliminate G'Mai Duris from her position as Regent. He was among the Five Families members who were kidnapped by Nemonus. (TCD)

Debble Agreement
this compromise was worked out by Leia Organa-Solo and Garv Debble with the Noghri which were cleaning up Honoghr. The Noghri had wanted to eradicate every speck of Imperial presence on the planet Wayland, before they relocated there after the clean-up activities proved futile. The agreement was a spur-of-the-moment, private deal that allowed certain artifacts to be recovered. One unusual outcome of the agreement occurred after it was discovered that Emperor Palpatine maintained a variety of alien artifacts in the cloning facility on Wayland. The New Republic tried to keep the facility a secret, but alien races demanded that they be allowed to come to Wayland and recover their lost artifacts. In order to support the influx of aliens, the city of New Nystao was greatly expanded beyond housing the agents of the New Republic. (SOP, HT)

Debble, Garv
this New Republic archaeologist insisted that relics plundered by the Empire from other worlds should be returned to their proper owners. Debble and his team were appointed to investigate and document all the artifacts and information discovered in the Empire's Mount Tantiss facility, following the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. He was nearly thwarted in this effort by Ekhrikhor, who wanted all of the Emperor's belongings destroyed. Leia Organa Solo eventually intervened and allowed Debble to complete his work. (TTSB, SOP)

Deb-deb
a fruit tree that grows in the oases on Tatooine. (COJ)

Debit-101
an audit droid working for Zorba the Hutt on Cloud City, Debit has been programmed as a specialist in business strategy. (QE)

Debnoli
this good-natured pilot and frequent patron of the Mos Eisley Cantina, Debnoli was known as an excellent marksman. When the Empire impounded his ship, he set out on a mission of revenge, hoping to strike back at the Empire in any way possible. (CCG9)

Debo
this Talid was one of the many which gathered along the course of the Ungasan Cross Country podrace, taking potshots at the passing racers with a primitve slugthrower. (GMR2)

Deboora, Marse
this man was married to Sinya Deboora, and lived on the planet Seltos. Marse was a firm supporter of the New Republic, and was unaware of his wife's pro-Imperial stance. He was convinced of her position, however, when undercover agents from the Republic infiltrated Seltos to keep her from gaining power. (TSK)

Deboora, Sinya
this woman, the wife of Marse Deboora, was the Magister of Trade for the planet Seltos. She was also a staunch supporter of the Empire, and worked to maintain Imperial control of the planet. When the populace rose up and overthrew the government some years after the Battle of Endor, Sinya and Lieutenant Hensworth tried to regain power. However, a group of New Republic agents, working as part of Freedom Strike Seltos, was able to thwart their efforts. (TSK)

Deboota, Hira
this forensic doctor worked for the State Coroner's office on Coruscant during the New Order, and was one of the few beings ever to perform an autopsy on a Yaka. Doctor Deboota reported that the cyborg implants of the specimen were very similar to those of a Gank Killer. Doctor Deboota went so far as to theorize that the Gank implants were actually the "beta" versions of those which were used on the Yaka. (EGA)

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

Debrelle
this attractive near-human female worked as a clerk in the Mos Eisley branch of Zygian Savings and Loan. (GG7)

Deca Brun
this Galacian male was one of the primary candidates for succeeding Queen Veda, just before she abdicated the throne. His supporters often clashed with those of Wila Prammi, although neither camp seemed to oppose Prince Beju. Deca Brun was considered the popular favorite, having been a hero of many battles. He lacked political experience, though, and many questioned whether he could bring about the reforms he promised to make. He ran under the slogan that all Galacians were one people, and he was just another on eof them. Obi-Wan Kenobi later discovered that Brun's campaign was being financed by Offworld Mining Corporation, which was led by Xanatos. The funding was being relayed to Brun by Lonnag Giba, through a false front known as the Galacian Mining Corporation. Brun had claimed that his funding was coming from small Galacian interests, in order to enhance the "We Are One" motto. (MOC)

Decalegs
this insect, found on the planet Kubindi, is a staple in Kubaz cooking. (SWJ10)

Decay Mite
this scavenging insect was native to the planet Talus. (GQRG)

Decca
this female Hutt, the daughter of Gardulla, was one of the more powerful crimelords of the planet Mawan, during the years following the Great Purge. Decca once had a thriving spice smuggling business based on C-Foroon, until she was chased off by a rival. She ended up on Mawan, and saw an opportunity to gain power in the wake of the civil war. She was able to take control of the various power and transportation systems of the city of Naatan, much to the consternation of Striker and the other crimelords. It was Striker to attacked Decca's operations shortly after they were established, taking back control of the power grids. This left Decca angry, and she held a grudge against Striker ever since. However, when it was revealed that Striker was actually Granta Omega, Decca decided to hedge her bets, and formed an alliance with him. She added her fleet of ships to Omega's weapons, producing a strong opposition to the work of the Jedi Knights. However, the Jedi managed to replace the fuel she had been storing with wastewater, thanks to Swanny Mull and Rorq, and Decca immediately assumed she had been double-crossed by Striker. She broke off their alliance, and demanded revenge. When Decca discovered that Omoega had fled the planet, she was forced to deal with the Jedi. Master Yoda, who had arrived on Mawan shortly after Yaddle's death, insinuated that the Jedi had been scouting Mawan as the site of a satellite temple for the Jedi. Decca decided immediately that she didn't need any more trouble from the Jedi, and voluntarily left Mawan. (JQ6)

Deceleration Equalizer
a starship component that functions to help keep the ship's contents from been jostled around during deceleration. (DE2)

Deception Sect
this religious group was made up of those Yuuzhan Vong who worshipped Yun-Harla. (HT)

Deceven
this was a common name among adult Codru-Ji. (UANT)

Decicred
a credit coin issued by the Empire. The obverse of the coin displayed the visage of the Emperor, while the reverse displayed the Imperial emblem. (SE, RD)

Decimator
see VT49 (LAWS)

Decimator
this prototype weapons system was under development by the Old Republic, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. The Decimator was essentially high-powered weapon that could be mounted to a tank for mobility. This tank became known as the Decimator Tank, and could be fitted with a variety of systems, in order to better meet the needs of specific battlefields. Information about the development of the Decimator, which was being jointly built on Eredenn and Alaris Prime, was intercepted by Boorka the Hutt. Boorka sold the information to the Confederacy of Independent Systems, and Count Dooku dispatched Sev'rance Tann to destroy the Decimator facilities. She obtained access codes on Alaris Prime, the took the Eredenn facility by force. Separatist production of the Decimator Tank was begun on Krant, but the facility was eventually destroyed by Jedi Master Echuu Shen-Jon and his contingent of clone troopers. (SWDB, GBC)

Decimator Tank
this was the term used to describe the tank-like vehicle that was designed to carry the Decimator weapon into battle. Like the Decimator itself, the tank was originally designed by the Old Republic, but was produced by the Confederacy of Independent Systems after the plans were stolen by Sev'rance Tann. Similarly, the Separatist manufacturing facility on Krant was later destroyed by the Grand Army of the Republic, putting an end to the creation of Decimator Tanks. (GBC)

Decisive
one of the Imperial-class Star Destroyers in Prince-Admiral Krennel's fleet, the Decisive was paired with the Emperor's Wisdom during the blockade of Liinade III. Later, when Krennel began planning his conquest of Coruscant, he placed the two ships - along with his flagship, the Reckoning - at the forefront of his assault force. However, Krennel's forces were halted before they left Ciutric by a New Republic fleet led by Admiral Ackbar and the Home One. The Decisive took heavy damage from the combined firepower of the Home One and the Emancipator, and was knocked out of the battle early. Its crew eventually surrendered to the New Republic. (IR)

Deck 98 Nexus 326-KK
location aboard the Chimaera where Search Team 102 was killed while searching for Luke, Mara, and Talon Kaarde. (DFR)

Deck Sweeper
this was a model of stunning blaster produced by Merr-Sonn for use by police officers during the height of the New Order. It was originally developed based on the plans for the BlasTech DL-87 Firespray. Unlike the DL-87 weapon, however, the Deck Sweeper stunned its targets rather than injuring them. This gave the Deck Sweeper a slight advantage in firepower, and the ability to disable a large number of targets made it popular among pirates who didn't want to have the deaths of innocent people on their records. Despite its advantages, the weapon was nonetheless rejected by the Imperial military for the same reasons as the DL-87: a low rate of fire and short range. (PP, GUN, AEG)

Declann, Nial
this dark-skinned man was one of the original twelve Grand Admirals of the Empire. A man known for his threatening demeanor and morose personality, Declann was also a student of the Force. He could use a telepathic connection to his troops to merge them into a unified force. He developed his military expertise as a soldier in the Army of the Republic, surviving the Clone Wars before joining the Empire as a TIE Fighter pilot. His skills with the Force left him with a nagging question: why hadn't he ever been chosen for training by the Jedi Knights? Emperor Palpatine, recognizing his military skills and strength in the Force, began training Declann in the ways of the Sith. With these skills, Declann became one of the primary sources of coordination during the Battle of Endor, using his telepathic skills aboard the second Death Star to keep the Imperial forces aware of any possible Alliance threat. However, when Darth Vader turned on the Emperor and threw him down a power shaft, Declann felt the Emperor's death through the Force. Declann dropped his connection to the Imperial forces and tried to reach the Emperor, but the Death Star exploded before he could reach the throne room. Declann was killed in the explosion. (SWI66)

Declaration of a New Republic
the document which sets the foundation for the New Republic, after the Battle of Endor. Released in the month following the battle, it was signed by Mon Mothma, Leia Organa, Borsk Fey'lya, Ackbar, Sian Tevv, Doman Beruss, Kerrithrarr, and Verrinnefra B'thog Indriummsegh. (HTSB)

Declaration of Rebellion
this was the formal document that was written by Mon Mothma and submitted to Emperor Palpatine, when the Alliance to Restore the Republic was formed. (NEGC, SWDB)

Declaration of the Alliance of Free Planets
this document set down the basic tenets upon which Mon Mothma and the Provisional Council planned to lead the galaxy under the New Republic. It was surpassed just four weeks later by the Declaration of a New Republic. (TBSB)

Declination
this game of mental acuity and speed was popular during the height of the New Order. Using the power of their thoughts, players maneuvered a simulated TIE Fighter through an asteroid field, eluding the pursuit of an opponent's vesse in an attempt to reach the far side of the asteroids. The game was played with a networked set of mental projectors and holographic displays, allowing up to eight players to participate in a single game. The projector units were attuned to the player's own brainwave patterns, and movements could be performed with just a thought. (GFT)

Declorian Territory
this section of the Linear Miasma, located near Endor, was the primary hunting grounds of the Zynt'aia Spice Guardians. (SWGAL)

Decon III
Industrial Automation's heavy-duty decontamination droid, the Decon III stood about 1.3 meters tall. It is equipped with visual, infrared, and analyzation sensors, a heavy scooper, and a retracable arm. It moves about on treads. Note that The Essential Guide to Droids indicates that the Decon III moved about on four reinforced legs. (DFRSB, EGD)

Deconstructor
this was the military term for a bomb expert. (SWJ3)

Decontamination Droid
Decon Droid for short, these machines are deployed into areas which - for natural or industrial reasons - are inaccessible to most lifeforms. These droids use a series of catalytic and chemical processes to break down the contaminants, removing them from the area and making it habitable again. (DFR)

Decor
this was starfighter pilot slang for the designations of rank each officer wore, and the respect and honor they deserved from other pilots. It was used disparagingly, because it meant flight officers had to keep their opinions to themselves. Many Captains and Commanders preferred to go "no decor" when not on a mission or in the presence of VIPs, since it maintained morale among the squadron-mates. (SOC)

Decoy Squad Five
this group of clone troopers was dispatched to secure the loading docks of the Jedi Temple, in the wake of Anakin Skywalker's purging of the Temple. After Chancellor Palpatine survived the so-called Jedi Rebellion, he ordered the Jedi Temple to be cleared of any living Jedi and secured. However, Decoy Squad Five was unprepared for the arrival of Jedi Masters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda, who disguised themselves as a drooling hunchback and his baby to gain access to the Temple. In a swift series of movements, the Jedi Masters ignited their lightsabers and eliminated all eight members of Decoy Squad Five. (E3N)

Decrilla, Damara
a noble Lady of House Mecetti, Damara was chosen to represent Mecetti in the Vor-cal hunt which took place just before the Battle of Endor. It was rumored that she was chosen for the Vor-cal by a more powerful noble whom she had disrespected, and that the trip was a form of punishment. (LOE)

Deddite
an Imperial freighter stationed near Bonadan, under the protection of the shuttle Krayt when it was attacked by Alliance starfighters and destroyed. (XW)

Dedelin
an Imperial Navy Captain who was imprisoned on Captivity for being critical and outspoken about the atrocoties of the New Order. (RC)

Dedicated Energy Receptor
this sensory device could detect electromagnetic emissions in their surroundings. Known as a DER, this system was accurate and effective at locating navigational beacons, comlink transmissions, and lasers, provided that the sensor operator was skilled enough to sort the real data from the less-crucial information. (SWSB, CCG4, CHRN)

Dedra
this young woman was a graduate student of history, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. She was also an assistant to Doctor Murk Lundi, before the Quermian left for Kodai to recover a Sith Holocron. In the years following the loss of the Holocron and Lundi's imprisonment by the Jedi Knights, Dedra and Omal lived together on an unspecified planet. (JAF)

Dee Savyest
this Mrlssti was one of several who worked on projects relating to the original Death Star project. The projects were peripheral to the original plans, but were integrated later on. Like many of the Mrlssti who discovered the final use of their work, Dee broke down and believed that he was personally responsible for the destruction of Alderaan. (XWPA)

Deeb
one of the four moons orbitting the planet Ambria. (TOJC)

Deebo Chak
this noted Rodian actor was famous for his portrayal of the Soldier in The Trickery of Vosida Nooma, just before the onset of the Clone Wars. (HNN5)

Deece
this was a slang term used by certain clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic to describe the DC-15 and DC-17 blaster weapons. (RCHC)

Deegan
a New Republic Lieutenant working with Wedge Antilles on the Coruscant clean-up crews following the civil wars there. (JS)

Deegle
this was a tiny creature that was once native to the Ugnaught homeworld of Gentes. (MBS)

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

Deej
according to Ewok legend, this wind spirit gave its life to teach the Ewoks the secret of music. (GCG)

Deej Warrick
this male Ewok, the grandson of Erpham Warrick, lived on the Forest Moon of Endor with his mate, Shodu, and their four children: Weechee, Widdle, Wicket, and Winda. It was Deej and his older sons who discovered the Towani's crashed shuttle and took the children under their wing. His youngest son, Wicket, became good friends with Cindel. Deej helped the Towani children rescue their parents from the giant Gorax, and was given the White Wings of Hope by Logray, and the father and senior member of the rescue party. However, Deej was later captured by the Marauders when they attacked the Towani camp. He was freed by Wicket, Cindel, and Noa, and helped defeat the Marauders. (EA, BFE, SWDB)

Dee'ja Peak
this was one Naboo's smaller cities, a popular tourist destination during the height of the New Order. (ROD)

Deeja Peaks Falls
this waterfall was one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dee'ja Peak, located on the planet Naboo. (GQRG)

Deeka
this stoic scout accompanied Kendrell Shell on a mission to Kidron, where they encountered a slork consuming a rotting corpse. (COG)

Deel Surool
this Twi'lek male was the son of wealthy merchants who had traveled to the planet Naboo shortly before the Trade Federation blockaded the planet. Deel himself was something of a scoundrel, albeit a well-educated one, and once performed at the Royal Hutt Hotel. He later attended the Royal House of Learning in Theed, as a way to further his own education while away from Ryloth. When the Federation invaded the planet, Deel joined many of his classmates in joining the Naboo Underground and fighting against the Federation's forces to free Naboo. After the advent of the New Order, Deel became something of a celebrity, appearing in a series of holovids. However, a major spice scandal ruined his career, and Deel retreated to the criminal underworld, becoming something of a kingpin in the spice trade during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (IOT, SWRPG, GCG)

Deel, Fargus
one of the best Corellian swoop racers, Fargus Deel was popular during the early years of the New Republic. He rode a SoroSuub Pirate racing swoop. (DFRSB)

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

Deep
an Imperial CR90 Corvette used during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

Deep Core
a major stronghold of the Empire for decades, this area of the galaxy contained Byss. It was located between the Galactic Core (where the Core Worlds are located) and the very center of the known galaxy. It was the area of the galaxy with the greatest density of stars, and the intense gravitational mass of the Deep Core was thought to be impenetrable until Palpatine discovered a handful of safe hyperspace pathways. Throughout the era of the Old Republic, the Deep Core remained as mysterious as the Unknown Regions, and only a few brave explorers even bothered to try and penetrate its depths. At this center of the galaxy was a huge black hole, which made spaceflight - especially through hyperspace - extremely difficult. Many hyperspace lanes through the Deep Core were severely constricted pathways that led to dead-ends, since the density of gravity shadows was vastly greater than the rest of the galaxy. Once discovered, any hyperspace routes throught the Deep Core were jealously-guarded secrets, even after the Empire was defeated at Endor and relegated to the Imperial Remnant. Because the twisting pathways through the Deep Core were difficult to travel, Leia Organa Solo believed that they could be used to trap the Yuuzhan Vong fleet, if only the Imperial Remnant would allow the New Republic to have access to them. She offered Supreme Commander Gilad Pellaeon the Republic's complete intelligence on the Yuuzhan Vong in exchange for the knowledge of the Deep Core's hyperspace routes. Pellaeon gladly agreed, since the Deep Core was part of the New Republic anyway, and the knowledge of the hyperspace routes was essentially useless to the Imperial Remnant. (DE1, EGP, DW, PH)

Deep Core Haulers
this was the name given to those freighter captains licensed by the new Empire to haul cargo into the Deep Core Security Zone and the planets located within it. In order to obtain a license to operate as a Deep Core Hauler, a captain had to have registered with the Bureau of Ships and Services as an authorized Deep Core traveler, as well as an Imperial Security Authorization and an Imperial Intelligence Clearance. (DE1, PH)

Deep Core Mining Corporation
this mining operation received permission to mine several planets and moons in the Deep Core, including Ebaq 9, from the Empire. (DW)

Deep Core Security Zone
this was the term used by the Empire to describe those sectors of the Deep Core which have been sealed off from normal space traffic, as well as the hyperspace lanes in the Deep Core that were used by the Empire. Byss was located within the Deep Core Security Zone. (DE1, PH)

Deep Core Travelers
see Deep Core Haulers (PH)

Deep Ocean Operations Camp
an Imperial Army training center located in the tropical seas of Sirpar. (SWJ2)

Deep Pockets
this ore processing facility was owned by Lando Calrissian, and worked in orbit over the planet Varn some ten years after the death of Grand Admiral Thrawn. Calrissian had added a casino and observation gallery to the huge ship shortly before the Caamas Incident shook up the New Republic. Calrissian had been hit quite often by pirates, and he made a loose agreement with the Diamalan ambassador Miatamia to protect his fleet. (SOP)

Deep Sea Quadrant
this was the name given to the primary area of space around the planet Tatooine that was controlled by the Hutts. Access to the Deep Sea Quadrant was not off-limits to other travelers, but any unapproved passage through the area was often met with stren opposition. (SWGAL)

Deep Spacer
this bar catered to the spacers who passed through Meirm City on Sriluur. (SSR)

Deep Spoiler
this was the Gungan term for any being who purposely tried to eliminate a rival by drowning them. The term gained popularity during the years following the Battle of Naboo, after bongo racing became popular and many crashes were found to be purposeful acts meant to knock other races out of contention. (GMR4)

Deephopper
this beat-up Ghtroc freighter was owned and operated by Marka Durn. He was constantly upgrading and automating this ship's systems, with the help of his astromech droid R2-C9. (IA)

DeepLink
this was the name of the communications systems installed on the corvette Renegade by Moff Kentor Sarne, during his tenure on Kal'Shebbol. The DeepLink system was installed in the ship's computer system, and send a regular signal back to Sarne whenever the computer system was not in active use. During these downtime periods, the Renegade transmitted information on its present location, allowing Sarne to track its position whenver it was in realspace. This system continued to operate even after the New Republic routed Sarne on Kal'Shebbol and refitted the Renegade as the FarStar. (DARK)

Deeply Religious
this is the definitive "banned" band, as their fast, exhilarating, and cynical music was banned by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Deeply Religious
a song written and played by the band Deeply Religious. It was first released in a compilation of the same name, and has been banned by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Deepsick
this was a term used to describe the mental and emotional breakdown which occurred in certain individuals who had been traveling through deep space for long periods of time. (SWI67)

DeepSpace Industries
manufacturers of deep-space exploration droids. (RPG)

Deep-space Mobile Imperial Battle Station
a popular rumor, circulated among the Alliance's soldiers, held that this was the original name used by Bevel Lemelisk for the first Death Star. Known as the DMIBS, so the story goes, Emperor Palpatine rejected the name as being too soft. Darth Vader eventually dubbed it the Death Star. (T4)

Deepwater-class Light Freighter
this was a Mon Calamari transport ship design, which predated the standard Mon Calamari light freighter and was one of the first commercially-available Mon Calamari designs. It was designed for use by the Mon Calamari Commercial Expeditionary Service, and some 10,000 of the DeepWater freighters were produced. However, the Empire quickly dissolved the Expeditionary Service, and the DeepWater freighters were auctioned off to private parties. Like all Mon Calamari designs, each DeepWater freighter is slightly different. One unique feature of this freighter was that it was submersible, and could travel to a depth of a kilometer with some adjustments to its shielding configuration. The DeepWater-class freighter measured 45 meters in length, and was controlled by a pilot and co-pilot. It could transport up to six passengers and 85 metric tons of cargo, and was armed with a single laser turret in its stock configuration. (SS)

Deep-X Explorer
this was the full name of the Uulshos Dpx space yacht. (SWJ9)

Deerna
this female Kadrillian was the chosen mate of Rodno. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Deerna went to live with the Nocivs. Unfortunately for Rodno, Deerna chose to remain with the Nocivs, in order to live out her life life her ancestors. After Rodno saved her life during the struggle to free the Kadrillians from Darth Vader, Deerna agreed to marry Rodno when he decided to stay with the Nocivs. (LAT3)

Deers
this man was a Colonel in the Imperial Army, and served to command the ground forces deployed to the Havoc during the assault on Edan II. After the Havoc was destroyed and the Empire ousted from EdanII, Deers managed to escape but was not seen again. (IAG)

Deesra
this Twi'lek male was one of the many Jedi Knights who served on the planet Dantooine, during the height of the Great Sith War. Deesra spent much of his time studying the various creatures that had been twisted into shape by the Dark Side of the Force, including the terentatek and the tuk'ata. (KOTOR)

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

De'etta System
this star system was located in Sanbra Sector. (AIR)

Deeve
this Arpor-Lan was one of the Alliance's premier scouts, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Deeve held the rank of Lieutenant, and was credited with bringing several worlds from the Unknown Regiosn and Wild Space into the Alliance, and was instrumental in the establishment of safehouses on New Alderaan and Apliria. Following the Battle of Endor, Deeve joined the New Republic Scout Service, serving aboard the scout ship Founder. The discovery of new worlds and civilizations never ceased to amaze him. (GG8, AIR)

Deevis
this man served the New Republic Navy as a Captain, and was one of the few Naval officers who survived the Battle of Coruscant. When General Wedge Antilles retook the planet Borleias, in an effort to regroup his forces, Captain Deevis was placed in charge of setting up a sensor network that tracked any traffic moving between Coruscant and Borleias. He later served under Antilles aboard the Mon Mothma during the liberation of Corulag. (EL1, UF)

Defas
this paranoid corporate exeuctive went to great lengths to encode and encrypt his computer files and archives, fearing that someone was ready to steal them. (GFT)

Defector
this Nebulon-B frigate was part of the Alliance fleet which patrolled Trax Sector shortly after the Battle of Yavin. It was dispatched to assist in the destruction of the Bissillirus Resupply Base. (GMK)

Defeen
the Defel who was working at the Imperial reconditioning facility on Duro. Defeen was in charge of Experimental Section Two, with special emphasis on reprogramming Triclops. After the escape of Triclops and the netrayal of the Grand Moffs, Defeen was promoted by the Prophets of the Dark Side to the position of interrogator supreme on Scardia, where he tried the Grand Moffs for treason. (MMY, PDS)

Defel
the Defel were a wraith-like race of mammals which had fur that absorbed normal light, allowing an individual to appear to be nothing more than a shadow. The Defel race was native to the planet Af'El. In ultraviolet light, they appeared as short, muscular lupine humanoids with thick fur and unusual, three-jointed fingers. In the visible spectrum of light, the fur of the Defel absorbed most wavelengths, making the creature virtually invisible to most humanoid races. They lived underground on the planet Af'El, mining the various metals in the planet's crust and outer core. Because of their knowledge of mining and ores, Defels were known to be excellent metallurgists. Because of their ability to "hide" in normal light, Defels were also known to be excellent hunters and thieves. They could see equally well in the dark and in ultraviolet lighting, and their eyes appeared to glow red in normal light. In bright, normal light, however, a Defel was more or less blind. Those Defel who travel offworld during the daylight hours wore special visors to protect their eyes. (DFR, DFRSB, CCG, WOTC, UANT, GMR7)

Defel
this was the native language of the Defel race. (UANT)

Defender
Drearian Defense Conglomerate's sporting blaster. Princess Leia Organa used one during her career as Alderaan's Senator, prior to her capture aboard the Tantive IV. It was considered the prototypical sporting blaster, and was rugged enough to be passed on through several generations. For easier storage, the Defender could be broken down into three pieces, but only after a special code was entered into the weapon's keypad. (RPG, AEG)

Defender
Merr-Sonn's high-altitude ion mine, the Defender was used extensively by the Empire to blockade rebellious worlds. The mines were deployed in orbit, and were equipped with cloaking revvers and scatter beams to render themselves nearly undetectable. Any ship travelling within 10 kilometers of the mine triggered the device, which fired ion energy at the ship similar to an ion cannon. The disabled ship was forced to float in space until boarded by Imperial forces. (CFG)

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