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First Brigade
this group of militant supporters of the Alliance rose up on the moon of Rori during the Galactic Civil War. (GQRG)

First Citizen
this was the name of Borsk Fey'lya's personal starship, a Kothlis Systems Luxuflier. It was one of the last ships to leave Coruscant when the planet was evacuated in the face of a Yuuzhan Vong attack, although Fey'lya ordered it to leave without him. (SBS)

First Dawn
a Tatooinian term referring to the time period between when the first and second suns rise. (MTS)

First Edition
this was the name of Moff Aricos Dreleene's L19 freighter. He had hoped to obtain an L19a special edition, but discovered that his "bargain" was a run-of-the-mill L19. He invested a huge sum of credits to have outlaw techs refit the ship to appear to be a true L19a, including modification of the serial numbers and transpoder codes, and Dreleene was able to pass it off for many years. However, a band of pirates saw the First Edition and captured it, thinking they had acquired an L19a. After learning that it was a fake, the pirates turned the Moff and the ship over to the Alliance. The Alliance refitted the ship, and renamed it the Almost Authentic. (SS)

First Fleet
this was the name given to the primary naval fleet of the Galactic Alliance, during the final stages of the war against the Yuuzhan Vong. The First Fleet, comprised mainly of the surviving ships of the New Republic's First Battle Group, was commanded by Admiral Traest Kre'fey from his flagship, the Ralroost. Among the other ships in the First Fleet were the Rebel Dream and the Yald. (UF)

First Galactic Empire, The
see Galactic Empire, The (LFCW)

First Great Schism
this was the first known instance of the Jedi Knights fracturing into the users of the Light Side of the Force and those who followed the Dark Side. It occurred many millennia before the Battle of Naboo, during the early years of the Old Republic. The term "Dark Jedi" was believed to have originated after the First Great Schism, describing those Jedi who had fallen to the Dark Side. (GMR5, NEGC, WOTC)

First Hall of Brentioch
established by the Brentioch family many millennia before the Battle of Yavin, this Hall was the forerunner of the Brentaal Hall Conservatory. The huge building was proposed and funded by Sival Brentioch. (SWJ13)

First Imperial Bank
one of the more prominent banks which had Imperial support and management during the New Order. (GG12)

First Interstellar Trust
this finanical institution was known for its rigid loan standards. (GG11)

First Kiss
spacer slang for a smooth, gentle landing. (SOL)

First Position
this was the name given to the most basic stance for hand-to-hand fighting, as defined by the combat instructors of the Grand Army of the Republic. In this stance, a fighter stood with one leg just in front of the other, with one hand held high and the other low. The fighter's posture should be loose enough to move to anticipate almost any attack, while alert enough to withstand an unexpected blow by rolling through it. (MBS)

First Principles
these are the basic ideals which are instilled into every potential Jedi candidate. Chief among them is the tenet that the Jedi Knights exist to neutralize those who who use power to become tyrants. (TT)

First Royal Bank of M'haeli
this was the most prominent of the financial institutions based on the planet M'haeli during the last decades of the Old Republic. Much of the collateral controlled by the First Royal Bank was stored on Aargau during this time. (BF3)

First Rule
this was the name given to the most basic tenet of the Old Republic's military training. In essence, the First Rule boiled down to "always be ready for anything." (MBS)

First Star Academy
see Melford Star Academy (ML)

First Student
this was the label given to the student or students who scored highest during a General Information Contest at the Leadership School on Andara. (JQ5)

First Sun Mobile Regiment
a mercenary unit operating in the Outer Rim during the Galactic Civil War, their specialty was SLAMs: Search, Locate, and Annihilate Missions such as Imperial Base Delta Zero operations. They employ repulsorlift infantry vehicles, and often contract out to the Imperial Army. Much of their success was due to support from the Empire, but in the wake of the Battle of Endor an entire company was executed by Moff Nile Owen. General Maska Zural, the leader of the First Sun group, distanced itself from the Imperial remnants and hired the group out to the highest bidder. (GG9, SWJ15)

First Temple of Prime
this was the primary governmental building of the Givin leadership on Yag'Dhul, during the last decades of the Old Republic. During the height of the Clone Wars, an immense fractal banner was erected on its fašade, which displayed and repeated mathematically-converted versions of the speeches of the Jabiimite Separatist Alto Stratus. (SWI69)

First to Swim, The
this was the term used to describe the ostensible leader of The School, the alliance of races that were native to the planet Iskalon. The name came from the Iskalonian truism that stated "Someone must ever be the first to swim." An Iskalonian held the position of First to Swim until their death, and usually tried to move his peoples in the general direction favored by other individuals. (GMR1)

First Tree
see Great Tree (ROTJN)

First Twilight
a Tatooinian term referring to the time period between when the first and second suns set. (MTS)

First Unification Wars
this series of battles was waged by Empress Teta some 5,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. These wars brought the first seven star systems under Teta's command, and brought the planet Kirrek into her empire. (GAS)

the extinct, humanoid predecessors of the M'Shinni race, the Firstmothers evolved a symbiotic with certain plant species. The resulting organism closely resembled the M'shinni. Every M'shinni Rootline can trace its roots back to a Firstmother. (GG12)

this name was used by the descendants of the original colonists who settled Zonama Sekot, as a way to describe those original colonists. To be a child of an original colonist was to be known as a son or daughter of Firsts. (RP, UF)

this was the term used to describe those beings who were the first to arrive on the planet Lamaredd to work for Hugo Bartyn's seafood harvesting operation, some 500 years before the Galactic Civil War. Although generally applied to all beings imported to the planet, the First-Wavers more accurately described those beings who settled in The Ring around Bartyn's Landing. Many of the beings who were brought to Lamaredd balked at being virtually enslaved, and were set free in the middle of the planet's oceans to survive on their own. (GMR7)

Firtee Cluster
an area of warehouses and other storage facilities located on the north side of Xakrea, on the planet Darkknell. (TFNR)

Firth, Aquella
this young girl once dated Niklas Cories, during the early years of the New Order. She dismissed him as being "too old and dangerous" for her, a description which was exactly right. Cories, however, never forgot or forgave her, and eventually tracked her down aboard the Hutt pleasure yacht Sleemo Poya Jedi. He arranged for her to win tickets to the concert, an event which her father, Quoltus, had forbidden her from attending. She ran away to see the concert, unknowingly placing herself within Cories' reach. Her father hired a group of freelance mercenaries to ensure she returned safely, giving Aquella a chance to exercise her need for freedom without realizing his protection. (WOA28)

Firth, Quoltus
native to Astal Sector, this man was Aquella Firth's father. In his youth, Quoltus was a noted singer and musician. He later retired to raise a family, and became one of the Outer Rim's best-known event promoters during the early years of the New Order. He failed to see the enjoyment in listening to the music played by her favorite band, Distraction. He also failed to see what Aquella saw in Niklas Cories, but was happy when his daughter broke off their relationship. Just to be on the safe side, though, Quoltus maintained a close watch on Cories' activities. Thus, when discovered that Aquella had run away to attend a Distraction concert aboard the Sleemo Poya Jeedai, Quoltus feared that she might run into Cories again. To ensure her safety, Quoltus hired a group of freelance mercenaries to make sure Aquella didn't get hurt. (WOA28)

this reddish-brown Ssi-ruu was an apprentice of the enctechment master Yifail. Later, after the subjugation of the planet G'rho, Firwirrung was Sibwarra's Ssi-ruuvi commander, and head of the Ssi-ruuvi entechment project at Bakura. Many of his peers, including Admiral Ivpikkis, felt uncomfortable around Firiwrrung, claiming that he was overly ambitious and unworthy of the praise which was lavished on him. Firwirrung was credited with the formation of the plan to modify an entechment chair to accommodate a Force-sensitive individual, allowing the Ssi-ruuk to draw life-energy from other humans across a great distance. Despite the initial success of the apparatus in enteching Luke Skywalker, Firiwrrung was unable to complete his work. Dev Sibwarra managed to kill the Ssi-ruu during the Battle of Bakura. (TB, TBSB)

this inept man joined Orman's organization shortly after the Battle of Yavin. He was disliked by the other thugs in Orman's employ, and they worked to betray Fish just to get rid of him. (ML)

this was the term used to describe any being who participated in the recovery of Corusca gems from the atmosphere of the planet Yavin. (GORW)

a carnivorous plant native to the planet F'tral. They live on land, but dangle their long tendrils into the water. Whenever a fish or other ocean creature touches a tendril, the fisherplant wraps it around the prey and drags it ashore to be eaten. (GG4)

this was one name given to the race of amphibious humanoids native to the planet Ootoola. Their skin was a mottled, bright green color, and their heads were adorned with a fin-like ridge and several finned jowls. During the Old Republic, their society was ruled by a patriarchal government. The ruler of Ootoola was expected to adhere strictly to their laws, thereby achieving a certain level of purity. (T3)

this was one of the many clans of the Nosaurian race, which was native to the planet New Plympto. (CCW)

this was the Sedrian name for the Imperials that garrisoned their planet. (BGS)

this was one of the many smugglers - known as Huxlings - who worked for Jerf Huxley, during the years leading up to the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (SQ)

Fisk, Wallace
an Imperial Security Bureau agent investigating Alliance activity on Demophon before the planet was destroyed when its sun exploded. (SN)

this planet was the site of an Alliance military training facility during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (AIR)

this was a common name among Quarren females. It was the feminine form of Fisset, and meant "graceful" or "poised". (GCG)

this name was commonly given to Quarren males, and meant "skilled" or "talented". (GCG)

this young Tarasin was the troublemaker of the Hiironi tribe, during the era of the Battle of Naboo. At nine years of age, Fissona was the grandson of Cryalina, but that relationship didn't save him from getting caught and punished. (LFC)

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

Fitca Prime
this planet was the primary world in the Fitca System, located within the Lesser Plooriod Cluster. The plane and system were subjugated by the Empire's High Inquisitor Mox Slosin during the early years of the New Order. (AIR)

this man served as once of Dequc's couriers. He escorted Mara Jade - working under the alias of Baroness Paltonae - to Dequc's fortress on Qiaxx. (MJEH)

this Ferroan was one of the group which accepted a newly-shaped Sekotan starship from the Langhesi and finished off the creatoin process. They filled any seams or cracks left behind by the Jentari, then calibrated the ship's systems to it new owner. Fitch's people also provided elementary education to the new owner, but left the majority of it to the ship itself. Fitch provided guidance to the new owner, as their actions during the early life of their starship would help the ship grow mature. (RP)

this barren ball of rock was the third and outermost planet in the Bandomeer System. It was orbited by a single moon. (GORW)

this was one of the underwater cities built by the Sedrians in the shallow oceans of Sedri. While it is known for its architeture, Fitsay is best known for being the dome which contained the Great Shell Dome which housed the Golden Sun. While having the Golden Sun gives the Sedrian priests a high level of command over their fellow Sedrians, the water supply to the Golden Sun was greatly reduced. This meant that the polyps couldn't sieve the water for plankton and other food, and the Golden Sun began to starve. It also tried to devise a way to get the priests to set it free, without incurring any harm to itself. When a group of Alliance agents traveled to Sedri to rescue Mors Odrion, they discovered the various plots by Karak, Cardo, and Commander Aban to control the Golden Sun. he Sedrians who lived in the city also called themselves "Fitsay," to distinguish themselves from other Sedrians. (GG4, BGS)

Fitz Fan Club
this was the name of the official fan club of the jatz artist Fitz Roi. It had chapters on many Core Worlds during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ6)

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

Fivaran Organization
this pirate gang operated during the early years of the New Order. Nearly all the Fivaran pirates were killed or captured shortly before the Battle of Yavin, when they mistakenly attacked the Alliance Special Forces vessel Hauler VI. The pirates believed it was a civilian vessel, since it carried no obvious Alliance markings. Denuab and Dorin Venithon escaped as soon as they realized the mistake. (AIR)

Five Brothers
a name given to the five inhabited planets in the Corellian System. (AC)

Five Families
this was the name given to the five clans of Cestians that controlled the Cestus Cybernetics corporation - as well as their society's government - during the last years of the Old Republic. For many generations there had been just four families, until Caiza Quill made a bold move to have his own family elevated in status. By delivering labor contracts and easing the dissent that had grown among the X'Ting during their subjugation by Cestus Cybernetics, Quill had earned himself a position on the leadership council. He also gained the favor of the original four families, who agreed to have his own family added to their numbers. Unfortunately, Quill's actions ensured that the X'Ting would be enslaved to the offworlders who ran Cestus Cybernetics, and he was quietly reviled for having sold his own people to the corporation. The Families formed the primary ruling body on Ord Cestus, controlling even the Regency. Each of the families was responsible for a different aspect of commerce on Ord Cestus, dealing with research, energy, manufacturing, sales and marketing, and mining. The director of each branch served as the leader of their respective clan, and often believed that they ruled their domains by divine privilege. When the Clone Wars came to Ord Cestus, when Count Dooku used the threat of combat-programmed JK-series droids to force the Old Republic into a rash move against the Cestians, the Five Families found themselves powerless to maintain their own control of the planet. When the warship Nexu was dispatched to force them into submission, many members fled to their secret bunker hidden in the Kibo Plateau. However, their location was discovered by Thak Val Zsinj and the ARC trooper known as Jangotat, who managed to reorient the Nexu's weapons to fire on the bunker. In a single stroke, the bunker was destroyed and the Five Families were nearly wiped out. The few survivors were left to squabble amongst themselves over their personal plans for power. In the meantime, G'Mai Duris and the X'Ting clans began to take over the facilities once owned by the Five Families, once again assuming control over Ord Cestus. (HIV, TCD)

Five Fire Rings of Fornax
this was the name given to the five distinct stellar prominences that encircled the planet Fornax. Each ring produced a brilliant, colorful display of light, and the combined effect of five such rings was considered nothing less than breathtaking. (SWN, SWI78)

Five Masters
this was the name given to the leadership of the Wookiee Liberation Front, during the height of the Clone Wars. The Five Masters were led by the Master in White. Each of the Five Masters was skilled in one or more forms of martial arts, among them Wrruushi and the K'thri Arts, which allowed them to move about unarmed, even in locations where their presence was not welcome. (LFCW)

Five Masters Academy
this was the name given to the glass and durasteel building erected on the planet Cularin for the Wookiee Liberation Front, during the early years of the Clone Wars. The three-story-building was built on the request of the Five Masters, and funded almost completely by Barnab Chistor and his administration. (LFCW)

Five Veils' Tour Route
a hyperspace lane the connects various tourist and trade worlds between Farstine and Skynara. (GG9)

Five, The
the rulers of the sadistic followers of the Soulworm, the Five control some of Attahox's underground. Led by Suzal, the Five included the woman Koorabee, the youth Mavin, and the lovers Chell and Chokla. They maintained a hidden fortress in the Hellhoop, and kept a number of creatures captive in their Menagerie. When they captured Han Solo, Leia Organa, and Chewbacca, they made a series of mistakes in underestimating the Alliance agents. All by Chokla were killed when Chewie freed the creatures of the Menagerie, as well as Han and Leia. Chokla managed to escape before Wuzzek could catch him. (CSWDW)

this early-model R7 astromech was owned by Anakin Solo. The name "Fiver" came from the five attempts Anakin made to upgrade the notoriously poor-functioning droid to the standards of an R2 unit. As Anakin became more and more involved with the fight against the Yuuzhan Vong, Fiver was not given a regular memory wipe, and developed its own personality. Fiver became much more independent, and was invaluable in Anakin's escape from the Yuuzhan Vong on Yavin 4. (BP, EVC)

this imposing Barabel was a Commander in the Old Republic's Army of the Republic, and was in command of the mission to infiltrate Dagro to investigate the rumors of Separatist activities on the planet, some two years into the fighting of the Clone Wars. When Obi-Wan Kenobi made a decision to go ahead of the main force, Fivvic explained to Anakin Skywalker that they could not adjust their main plans to accommodate Obi-Wan's initiative. This forced the main group to delay almost four days, unaware that Obi-Wan had stumbled upona hidden Separatist base. (SWI76)

this was the nickname used by the clone commando designated RC-1140, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. Fixer was the original second-in-command of Delta Squad, and was noted for his use of callsigns instead of the nicknames the clones used. His nickname came from his love of technology and his ability to slice into computer systems. (LAWS)

this was the term used to describe a specialized form of computer slicer. Fixers hacked into corporate or government data centers and stole proprietary information, leaving forged - though bogus - data behind. They then sold the information on the black market. It was believed that the term "fixer" came from the Sullustan phrase tersish g'loc, which loosely translated to "fix them once and for all." (GG11)

one of Luke's friends at Anchorhead on Tatooine, he was a mechanic at Tosche Station. He owned the Power Station there. He rarely used his given name, Laze Loneozner. The Fixer was dating Camie when Bigs Darklighter returned to Tatooine before joining the Alliance, and the two later were married and lived in the old Darklighter estate. He used the profits from rebuilding and selling a set of ACD-950 podracing engines to finance the wedding. When Luke arrived back on Tatooine, on a mission to locate potential pilots for the Alliance, he met up with the Fixer and Camie at the old Lars homstead. Fixer explained that the House of Tagge was buying up moisture farms, and that he had been planning to turn over the Lars farm to them. Luke objected, explaining his concern over Tagge's ties to the Empire. Both Camie and the Fixer decided it was better to save their own skins, and alerted Imperial authorities to Luke's presence on Tatooine. Fixer, however, felt a twinge of guilt, and did his best to warn Luke of the danger he had caused. (SW, SWR, MC31, OWS, IWST)

this was one of three Imperial maintenance carriers assigned to the replenishment fleet which contained the Black Ice. (BI)

this was a slang term used to describe the various FX-series of medical droids, including the FX-6 and FX-7 models. (SWI74, SWDB)

Fixter, Marsh
this was the alias used by Obi-Wan Kenobi when he was approached by a group of battle droids on the planet Dagro, some two years after the Battle of Geonosis. Obi-Wan was on Dagro to investigate the presence of a Separatist base in the planet's canyons, and was staying with Kirlan Swens until the rest of his task force could arrive on the planet. It was the actions of these battle droids, who correctly assumed Marsh was a criminal because they had observed Kirlan's children not working in the fields, that led Obi-Wan to believe the rumors were true. These battle droids, he reasoned, were far superior to their predescessors, with advanced thinking capabilities. (SWI76)

Fiz Cor'gril
this Bith, known to his associates as Fizzi, felt that he was just another intelligent Bith, and left Clak'Dor VII to pursue a life among the stars. He took a number of somewhat disreputable jobs to get by, and picked up a great deal of knowledge about starships, business, and negotiation. About twenty years before the Battle of Hoth, Fizzi set up a starship dealership on Trevi IV. Hiring a Verpine named Garginoolaara to repair his starships, and taking a chance on Shanna Kinn to help him sell them, Fizzi has built one of the most affordable and dependable starship dealerships in the sector. Fizzi is known to his clients as a fair but demanding salesman, with a polite demeanor and a shrewd business mind. He prefers to let his clients browse rather than pushing a hard-sell on them, and is glad to take them on tours himself. (SWJ9)

Fizark, Sharina
this woman lived on the planet Tatooine during the era of the Great Sith War. Her husband worked as a miner, but was also a skilled hunter. After his death in the mines, Sharina was left with very little money, and was forced to sell off some of his trophies to survive. (KOTOR)

this unusual being, taller than most humans and having ten fingers on each hand, worked as a mechanic aboard the Kronex Spaceport during the last decades of the Old Republic. Fizz was once and informant who relayed information to the Jedi Knights via his connection to Qui-Gon Jinn. During the Clone Wars, Fizz agreed to help Qui-Gon's former apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, gain information on - and access to - the Storm Fleet. (SS1)

Fizz, The
this disease was believed to have originated on the planet Woteba, during the months following the establishment of several Colony hives on the planet, a year or so after the Yuuzhan Vong were defeated. The Killiks who were afflicted by the Fizz found themselves covered with a foamy coating that seemed to eat away at their bodies, causing considerable pain until the individual simply was unable to sustain itself and expired. What made the disease unusual was that it also attacked non-living targets, such as landspeeders and landscaping equipment. UnuThul and the Colony claimed that the new Jedi Order knew about the Fizz all along, and tricked the Colony into relocating to Woteba in order to infect them. However, investigation by Cilghal and other Jedi healers revealed that the Fizz was not a naturally-occurring infection, but a kind of environmental defense system. It was a sophisticated, self-replicating nanotech virus that reacted whenever the environmental balance of Woteba was upset, and only attacked those things that were deemed to be harmful to Woteba's natural state of being. Cilghal further speculated that the Fizz was present only in the Utegetu Nebula because it had been placed there by an unknown race, to assist with restoration of the planetary systems within the nebula in the wake of the supernova that created it. Exactly where the Fizz came from, and who created it, were mysteries that the Jedi were unable to initially resolve, causing the Killiks to continue to insist that it was being used against them in order to exterminate their race. It was believed that the quarrying of moirestone and the harvesting of hamogoni wood by the Killiks, combined with the disposable to toxins into the planet's bogs, signaled the onset of the Fizz. The theory that the Fizz was designed to restore the planets to their original state was supported by evidence that the Fizz was affecting all fifteen Colony worlds within the Utegetu Nebula. (DN2)

a highly-carbonated beer. (BP)

this was the term used to describe any object, living or not, that was affected by the Fizz. (DN2)

this was a term used to describe any individual who was afflicted with the Fizz. (DN2)

this carbonated beverage was popular during the years following the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. (DN1)

a popular kind of candy, made during the New Order. (AIR)

this X'Ting was a hive relative of Trillot, born some three broods later, and worked as an informant for the crimelord during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. To ensure that he had a steady income, Fizzik also worked as a bellhop at the Grand ChikatLik hotel. Some two years after the Battle of Geonosis, Fizzik was in his male phase, a fact that helped him obtain the bellhop's job, since he had been a female domestic worker who found jobs among the wealthiest members of Ord Cestus' society. His male hormones, however, made him unappealing to his masters, so he was usually fired after his phase change and had to work lesser jobs. What remained constant was Fizzik's loyalty to Trillot, as well as his desire to please Trillot with some important piece of information. Thus, Fizzik was excited to learn that Jedi Masters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Kit Fisto had arrived on Ord Cestus. He was less excited about having to escort Trillot's main visitor, Asajj Ventress, through the warrens, as the Dark Side warrior made threats all along their travels. However, Trillot had warned him about her, so Fizzik was ready for her. Nevertheless, being in the presence of the Dark Jedi was unsettling enough that Fizzik never forgot it. His strength in the face of danger made Trillot think twice about her distant relative, and the crimelord gave Fizzik a permanent position in her organization. He advanced swiftly, primarily because of his blood relationship to Trillot. This, he was chosen to make contact with Obi-Wan Kenobi shortly the Desert Wind attack on the Clandes Industrial power complex. The Jedi wanted to purchase a radiation suit that would allow a being to enter Clandes and disable the system, and Trillot had the only stock of them on Ord Cestus. In the wake of the destruction of the Five Families and after Trillot was executed by Asajj Ventress, Fizzik decided to take control of his relative's criminal organization for himself. (TCD)

Fizzi's Slightly Used Starships
this establishment, found in Trevi City on Trevi IV, has been owned and operated by Fiz Cor'gril for nearly three decades. (SWJ9)

this is a carbonated beverage enjoyed throughout the galaxy. The Squibs use empty Fizz-Pop cans as the badges of their most trusted diplomats. (SH)

this was a carbonated beverage that was popular with children during the last years of the Old Republic. (YDR)

an intergalactic carbonated beverage favored on Nar Shaddaa and many backwater worlds. (DESB, HR)

the jizz term for a Dorenian Beshniquel. (TME)

this was one of the many family names used by the Bothan people. It translated loosely to "river". (GCG, WOTC)

F'la Ren
a blue-white star, it is the primary sun of the planet F'tral. (GG4)

Flab Tickler
this bathroom fixture was originally designed for the Hutts. It used pulsating jets of water to stimulate the fatty parts of a being's body. (TG)

Flacharia System
this was in this star system that Dean Jinzler's ship developed problems with its hyperdrive, while Jinzler was on his way to Nirauan to answer Voss Parck's message regarding the Outbound Flight Project. He was rescued when Jorj Car'das arrived to help with the repairs, an event that seemed too coincidental when added to the way in which Jinzler learned of Parck's mission. (SQ)

a swear word used by many Imperial troops. (VOF)

this man served as a Commander in the Cloud City Wing Guard, during the height of the New Order. Although outwardly loyal to Baron-Administrator Lando Calrissian, Flagesso was also in league with the minor crimelord Sawthawne. After Calrissian managed to shut down Sawthawne's operations with the help of some hired mercenaries, Flagesso tried to launch a military coup to take control of Cloud City. Calrissian's personal security force managed to chase Flagesso to the Ugnaught Surface, where he was apprehended and arrested. (GORW)

Flagn Horn
this musical instrument was often used by bards, as its unique sound complimented the spoken word. (HR)

Flail Manifesto
this document laid out the goals and priorities of the terrorist group known as The Flail. It documented the fact that The Flail believed the Senate was basically corrupt, and was being manipulated by large corporations at the expense of the common good. (SWRPG)

Flail, The
this terrorist group rose to prominence shortly before Finis Valorum was voted out of office as Supreme Chancellor. Led by Zegmon Pent, The Flail declared war on the Senate itself, believing it to be funded by major corporations and no longer acting for the common good, and caused a great deal of havoc on Coruscant in the era leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Members believed that Pent was a Jedi assassin, a belief he went to great lengths to cultivate. In order to prove his worth in the midst of accusations about his power, Chancellor Valorum set out to eliminate The Flail, and hired an independent team of security officers to search out the terrorists. In the meantime, Pent and The Flail attempted to take control of the Weather Modulation Control Center near the Chancellor's tower residence, in an effort to create an ionization storm to destroy the building. Their efforts were thwarted by the ssecurity officers hired by Valorum. (SWRPG)

these jet-black creatures have a flat, disc-like shape. They live one the surface of Calamari's seas, floating in wait for prey to come within reach. The edge of the flailer's body is studded with razor-sharp teeth, which the flailer uses to rake its prey's flesh. The flailer then consumes the blood that flows from the prey's wounds. (DU)

this man was one of the many gladiators who tried to win their freedom from the arenas of Rattatak, during the final years of the Old Republic. Flailos often fought with chains, whipping them around to deliver stunning blows to his opponents' heads. (CWSB)

see Flare-S (GMR8)

this was a small, disgusting creature. (TCD)

an insectile race native to the planet Flax, the Flakax were a society of sexless drones dominated by a queen. A few males are also produced when the female lays her eggs, to assist in the reproductive process. The drones do all the work required, while the males are simply slaves to the queen. The Flakax society is highly developed around the hives in which they live, with each of the three sexes having a defined role in its maintenance. However, they had no high technology when they were subjugated by the Empire and forced to work in mines to obtain metals for the Imperial war machine. (GG4)

this immense man was one of the many gladiators who fought in the arenas of Rattatak during the years leading up the Clone Wars. He often fought with a pair of rope-like weapons, each with heavy balls at the end, using them as flails to pound his opponents into submission. (OWS)

Flame Battle Droid
this version of the Separatist battle droid was produced bythe Trade Federation during the Clone Wars. Denoted by the red coloration of their shoulder plating, flame battle droids wielded flame projectors with large backpack tanks holding the flammable agent. (NEGW)

Flame Beetle
native to the planet Kashyyyk, these unusual insects could exhale fire when attacked. This defense mechanism was well-known to the Wookiees, but some still stumbled into a swarm and suffered burns. In most circumstances, flame beetles are not a problem, especially when encountered alone or in small groups. Swarms of flame beetles were generally harmless if encountered away from their hive and unmolested. However, when the flame beetles felt threatened, or if they recognized a threat to their hive or their offspring, the king beetle could either self-combust or breath his fire, setting off the entire swarm in a huge conflagration. Usually, flame beetles can be moved out of an area by creating a lot of smoke. (LTA1, MC91, TT, GMR4)

Flame Carpet Warhead
this weapon is filled with a wickedly-flammable liquid. The liquid is thick and adhesive, and is scattered across several square kilometers when the warhead explodes. A charge inside the warhead ignites the liquid, which burns anything and everything it comes in contact with. (TBH)

Flame Gem
this wondrous gemstone was found in abundance on the planet Godo. They were considered valuable to the rest of the galaxy, but the Godoans simply regarded them as offerings to their goddess. An small alcove was built into the main doorway of every building and home, which was filled with flame gems as a form of tribute to the goddess. (MC99)

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