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Jonn, Jobekk
this was an alias given to Han Solo, shortly after he was first employed by Jabba and Jiliac. He used this alias to land on Coruscant as an official Hutt diplomat, hoping to use his Imperial contacts to gain an audience with Sarn Shild. Shild had just issued orders to clamp down on the Hutts, and Jabba and Jiliac hoped to bribe him. Han's mission was unsuccessful, although he did run into Bria Tharen at Shild's office. (THG)

Jonndril, Simms
this man hired a group of smugglers to transport droids and weapons to Seikosha, during the early years of the New Republic. The cargo was meant for Janelle Serap. (POC)

Jono Dunn
this Galacian youth was appointed to escort Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi during their time on Gala. The Jedi had been asked to make sure that democratic elections to determine Queen Veda's successor were fairly completed. Dunn's family had served the monarchy of Gala for many years, and Dunn himself was a valued member of Veda's household. However, those members who served the family had to live in the palace, and rarely saw the rest of the family. Jono himself was proud of his service to the monarchy, and was extremely loyal to Queen Veda. However, when Veda revealed that she wished her successor to be chosen by popular election, Jono figured that he and his family would be thrown out of the castle. His reputation, and that of his family, would be forever that of mere farmers and fishers. He decided to use small amounts of dimilatis leaves to poison her evening tea, in an effort to kill her before the elections could take place. Obi-Wan discovered his part, and revealed it to Qui-Gon. Jono himself was eventually punished and sent home by Wila Prammi, the newly-elected governor of Gala. His sentence was to learn farming and become a normal citizen, not a privileged member of the royal household. (MOC)

this Imperial recruit was part of Kyle Katarn's squadron, during the taking of asteroid AX-456. (SFE)

a moisture farming family on Tatooine. They were friends with Ariq Joanson, and agreeing with his ideals. (TME)

Jontan Asteroid Belt
this field of debris orbitted the star Thanta Zilbra between the second and third planets. It was vaporized when the Sacorrian Triad destroyed Thanta Zilbra as part of the Starbuster Plot. (CTD)

this man served as Gornt Seron's majordomo and chief lieutenant, during the early years of the New Republic. Seron believed him to be extremely loyal, and trusted Jontin with all manner of activities within his criminal empire. (WBC)

an Alliance X-Wing pilot killed in action over M'haeli. (ROC)

Jon-Tow Economic Development Group
this group of economic investors tried to obtain control of the spaceports on the moon Pinett, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Opposing the Jon-Tow Economic Development Group was the Corsignis Property Alliance. Unlike the Corsignis group, Jon-Tow as made up of smugglers and other criminals from the systems surrounding Pinett, hoping to maintain local control of the ports at Oscum and Beliarr. Both parties decided that the only way to force the other to accede was to blockade Pinett, so starships from both groups patrolled the space around Pinett, hoping to shoot down each other's transports. Unfortunately, this embargo and its decisions began to splinter the members of Jon-Tow, showing a weakness that Deniv Corsignis himself hoped to exploit. Before their organization could self-destruct, though, the Pinett Freedom Force provided a way for the two groups of resolve their differences and come to an agreement on how to manage the development of Pinett's spaceports. (WOA25)

Jontz Freight
this transport and shipping company was based on Dravian Starport. (GMH)

this Imperial starfighter pilot earned the rank of Captain as a member of the feared Death Squadron. He once was attacked by a space slug, but managed to escape with his life. (CCG11)

Lungru the Hutt maintained a summer retreat on this dusty planet, during the early years of the New Order. Lungru kept a collection of rare and exotic creatures at the retreat, away from the prying eyes of environmentalists. Joodrudda was located on the edge of the Corporate Sector of the galaxy. (TF)

Joodsen, Maceb
a native of the planet Demar, Joodsen served as Elga Arbo's co-pilot aboard the Redshift Runner courier ship. When Arbo refused to have the ship seized in a foreclosure by Gydio Lucone, Arbo was gravely wounded in a firefight. Maceb then used his skills as a mechanic to break into the Redshift Runner and flee the planet, and neither he nor the ship were ever seen again. Lucone, meanwhile, put out a bounty on Joodsen's head, but no one ever claimed it. (SS)

this fist-sized, ruby-red ball was part of a life-or-death game of chance which was played on the planet Serpine. The joom-ball is rolled down a spiral chute until it goes through a random hole. Depending on the hole it falls through, the joom-ball will determine the outcome of the game. The being who rolled the joom-ball down the spiral chute had to abide by the final outcome, which could mean total forfeiture of wealth, property, or life. (RP)

Joon Odovrera
this comedian's nightclub act was regularly presented on a variety of HoloNet channels, but was often filled with racial or xenophobic jokes. He also poked fun at droids and the droid-rights movements of his time, and was known to have quipped that "some droids were just born bad," in reference to those droids that developed personalities. Odovrera's last performance involved a number of Rodian jokes, and it was believed that Odovrera made more than a few enemies that night. (EGA, OWS)

Joonga Pipe
this form of water hooka was popular with the Hutts. (WSV)

this Alliance soldier served under Sergeant Hork during the Galactic Civil War. (ROE)

this was the Huttese word for "when." (GMR5)

Jor Idrall
this male Twi'lek lived on the planet Tatooine, toiling away as a two-bit criminal working for Jabba the Hutt. After Jabba's death, Idrall moved in to fill the vacuum. He established a strong base of power very quickly, to ensure that no one would move into his new territory. (WBC)

Jor Ul Kurax
this alien being worked as a delivery agent for several minor crimelords on the planet Tatooine, during the era of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

Joraan Drive Yards
this was a small starship manufacturer, active during the New Order. (XWA)

this young man was a racer who handled tranthebar mountain rippers during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

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

Jorak Uln
this ancient Dark Jedi was stationed on Korriban many thousands of years before the Galactic Civil War, protecting the tomb of Tulak Hord. He was known as a sadistic individual who often drugged his captives in order to extract information from them. Uln was, at one time, the Master of the Sith academy on Korriban, but because of his nature, he was replaced with Uthar Wynn. It was said that Uln went insane after being replaced, although he remained a fixture at the academy. Years later, Uln was killed when a group of Jedi Knights infiltrated Korriban by posing as Sith apprentices, during their search for Darth Malak. (KOTOR)

this semi-tropical world is the third and primary planet in the Joralla System. It is the homeworld of the fierce Tikiarri race, which was subjugated by the Imperial Moff Debin Seylas. He unofficially quarantined the planet, in an effort to keep the Tikiarri from leaving. The average day on the planet lasts 26 standard hours, and its year lasts 310 local days. Joralla was known for its beautiful and diversified plant and animal life. (PG1)

Jorallan Opal
this exquisite gemstone were found on the planet Joralla. (PP)

Jorallan Pearls
this exquisite, spherical gemstones were found in the oceans of the planet Joralla. (FOP)

this shifty conman was one of the many Dantooine natives who settled on the Khoonda Plains in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. He was known to steal the equipment of the local farmers and then sell it back to them, leaving out an important component or part, which he would also sell to them. In this way, he extorted large sums of credits from the farmers, until he was confronted by The Exile. Under the intense pressure from the former soldier and Jedi Knight, Joran agreed to return the parts he had stolen. (KOTOR2)

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

Joran Station
this space station was one of the primary stopover points between Phindar and Vjun, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (YDR)

this white-haired woman was the leader of the A'Mar during the Galactic Civil War. When a group of adventurers was forced to set down on Lamus after having trouble with their starship, Jord greeted them warmly and agreed to provide them with whatever parts they needed in order to repair their ship. She had but one condition: the adventurers had to remain at the Wellspring with the only child among the A'Mar who had not taken a drink from it, to fulfill the obligations of The Vigil. Jord herself had participated in The Vigil thirty years earlier, and understood its importance. She was also somewhat sensitive to the Force, and was attuned to the Wellspring. Thus, she was able to sense the struggles that the adventurers had during the night, and was pleased when they overcame their troubles and helped Olianna keep The Vigil. (WOA31)

Jordan, Caal
this scientist was on the planet Manaan, investigating the native firaxan sharks, when the Great Sith War broke out some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Jordan and his team were unprepared for the ferocity of the predators, and had to develop speciallized gear to fend them off. (KOTOR)

an Alliance transport ship used to move commandos into the battle against the Imperial frigate Priam. The commandos boarded the frigate and secured her for the Alliance. (XW)

originally established by the Ku'rys clan, this was one of the smaller underground cities found on the planet Ryloth. The residents of Joreikna maintained a bitter rivalry with the inhabitants of nearby Lohema. The Joreikna mines were located near those of Lohema, but the clan production was much less than that of their rivals. (GORW)

this Yinchorri male was a member of the Intelligentsia class, and was one of the leaders who negotiated with Vilmarh Grahrk to form a plan to steal starships from the Golden Nyss Shipyards, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. (TDV)

this Duros served the Galactic Alliance aboard the Admiral Ackbar as a gunnery officer, acting on the orders of General Nek Bwua'tu during the blockade of the Murgo Choke, about a year after the Qoribu Crisis. (DN2)

this was the Mandalorian word for "speak." (OWS)

this clone trooper was produced on Kamino, under the designation CT-43/76-9155, during the build-up to the Clone Wars. Major Jorir was later placed in charge of the day-to-day operations of Squad Seven, reporting directly to Commanders Cody and Odd Ball. (SWI84)

Joris, Rax
this Imperial officer was assigned to the garrison on Dosunn, during the early years of the New Republic. When the remaining leaders of the Empire consolidated into the Imperial Remnant, Joris was left on Dosunn. The posting was considered a slap in the face by Joris, who took his apathy to extreme levels. He became grossly overweight, and did little to maintain his physical appearance. He amused himself by taking prisoners and setting them free inside the garrison and daring them to safely reach Dosunn's wilderness. Joris amused himself by hunting them down like animals. His reign on Dosunn was cut short some ten years after the Battle of Endor, when he managed to capture Jaden Korr. Joris thought it would be interesting to hunt down a Jedi Knight, and set Kor free. However, Korr had no intention of being killed, and confronted Joris. In a tense shootout, Joris was killed and Korr escaped Dosunn. (JKA)

Jorkatt the Render
this crimelord had his based on operations on the planet Celanon, and was known throughout the galaxy as a despicable and devious felon. He believed that he could live forever if he could discover the ancient temples on Stalsinek IV and drink from their legendary pools. He also tried to obtain the Kubaz Insect from Lauren and Sam, before they were captured by Rock'co. In the ensuing scuffle, it was revealed that the statue Rock'co owned was a fake. It was later revealed the Jorkatt was a Nalroni, and was the leader of the Triathoggoth syndicate. (GMS, POC)

Jorlen, Mak
this man served the New Republic as the Captain of the carrier-cruiser Thurse during the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. He was also an acquaintence of Han Solo. (HT)

this native of Verkuyl was one of Governor Parco Ein's advisors. (TFNR)

this was a species of web-weaving spider that was native to the planet Cularin. (LFCW)

this was a popular name among the Amanin people, named for a famous individual in Amanin history. (UANT)

this man was one of the many salvagers who established a niche on the Khoonda Plains of Dantooine, in the wake of the Jedi Civil War. Like his fellow salvagers, Jorran split hisr time between scavenging the ruins of the Jedi Enclave for useful artifacts and selling them to other members of the Khoonda Plains community. However, Jorran was a greedy salvager, and often arranged to acquire more credits that an artifact was probably worth. During one trip into the Jedi Enclave, he got trapped by a pack of laigreks and was forced to hide inside a room deep within. Only the timely arrival of The Exile, who was on Dantooine searching for information on Jedi Master Vrool, saved him from being eating by the laigreks. (KOTOR2)

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

Jorrigar SoBilles
this Duros businessbeing was one of the most prominent voices to speak out against the Galactic Senate and its corruption, after Senators Onaconda Farr and Ronet Coor were blamde for the loss of the planet Duro to the Separatists during the height of the Clone Wars. (SWI76)

Jorrn Kresh
this alien was a minor crimelord during the early years of the New Republic. Jorrn took over the Kressar gang when Kressar himself was assassinated. He soon found himself the target of the Desilijic Hutt clan, and took Kressar's advice: start planning for a successor. (GG10)

this small, furred humanoid frequented Gorb Drig's cantina on Phorliss. He became a friend of Mara Jade, who was working at the cantina for a short while after escaping from Ysanne Isard. He was distinguishable by his black fur, which was broken by a white stripe running from his nose, over his back, to his tail. He was mortally wounded helping Mara protect Drig from Plattahr and his enforcers. (MJEH)

this man, a native of the planet Taanab, disliked flechette weapons because of their distinct patterns, which gave immediate clues at to their usage. A smuggler of some renown, Jorsk ran weapons and supplies to Alliance forces during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (GUN)

Jorso'ran kando a tome
this Mandalorian war chant translated into Basic as "We shall bear the weight together." (RCHC)

this was a noted Ubese soldier. (UANT)

a medical technician in Page's Commandos (HTSB)

a planet in the Koornacht Cluster. (BTS)

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

this was one of the most common given names used for human males throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

this man, a native of Lianna, was a slave to Captain Ugmush, and worked as an engineer on the Zicreex. At one time, Jos was the engineer on the G'mi Moa, until that ship was captured by Gunda Mabin. Mabin sold all the survivors, including Jos, into slavery.Ugmush recognized Jos' skills as an engineer, and purchased his rights. Note that Planet of Twilight seems to indicate that Jos was one of Captain Ugmush's husbands. (POT, SWJ14)

Josall, Sephjet
this man, with his bald pate, was one of the many Jedi Knights who were dispatched to Geonosis to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi, at the start of the Clone Wars. Josall and his partner, Nicanas Tassu, provided back-up lightsabers to Obi-Wan and his Padawan, Anakin Skywalker, during the height of the battle. (SWI77)

this Imperial Major was stationed at the prison facility on Tol Ado during the height of the New Order. (JH)

Josephine's Honor
this was an alias used by Jericho and Josephine Donovan for their smuggling ship, Jericho's Pride. (SWJ5)

this Imperial Captain commanded the frigate Provocateur, under the command of warlord Zsinj. During the attack on Talasea, the Provocateur was destroyed, and Captain Joshi perished with the rest of his crew. (WS)

Joshua Jinzler
this being, distinguished by his short, spiked, white hair, was often seen in the Outlander Club during the months leading up to the onset of the Clone Wars. (DAG)

meaning "silvery", this was one of the most common names among Rodian females. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Jospro Sector
located in the Outer Rim, this area of the galaxy was home to a small organism that fed on a human's neocortex, scarring the region and reducing long-term memory. The planet Dar'Or was located in this sector. (TB, GG4, SWJ10)

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

according to New Republic databanks, the Jostrans were the dominant race found on the planet Munlali Mafir. The average Jostran resembled a slow-moving centipede about a meter and a half in length. By the time Luke Skywalker arrived at Munlali Mafir, during his search for the planet Zonama Sekot some twenty-eight years after the Battle of Endor, the Jostrans had disappeared. Jacen Solo and Soron Hegerty discovered that the Jostrans had been combined with the Krizlaws by the appearance of Zonama Sekot, resulting in a predatory species that looked outwardly like a Krizlaw. However, the symbiotic relationship which was created allowed the Jostran individual to fuse itself to the Krizlaw spinal column and nervous system. In this way, the Jostran mind controlled the Krizlaw body. This new race of vicious beings quickly eliminated the Jostran people as well as the non-symbiont Krizlaws, becoming the sole species of Munlali Mafir. Those Jostrans who survived remained distinct individuals in their symbiont bodies, and were still able to produce a form of offspring. This Jostran infant was then force-fed into a new body, where it fused itself to the victim's spinal cord and nervous system, becoming a new entity. (FH2)

this corporation makes a series of choke-collar with mechanical keylocks. This prevents someone from employing a random frequency transmitter to remotely open the collar. (TFNR)

Jotane, Trevas
this handsome young man was, to all outward appearances, a Knight of House Calipsa. In reality, he was an agent of the Imperial Security Bureau who was working in Tapani Sector in search of Adana Vermor, during the period leading up to the Battle of Endor. He arranged for Dunell and his Justice Action Network terrorists to raid the Unification Gala on Barnaba, in an effort to murder Vermor in the resulting confusion. However, Jotane failed to see that the JAN terrorists wanted Vermor for themselves, and she was cleared of any suspicion in the wake of this discovery. Jotane, his career in shambles, was reassigned to other cases. (TSIA)

a security agent working for the authorities of Revos' starport shortly after the Battle of Endor. (WS)

Jothel Merritt
a Grueshite arms dealer who worked with Ponda Baba for a while. (SCRE)

Jotsen's Island
this was one of the largest islands found on the planet Lamaredd, measuring some 10,000 kilometers in length. After Hugo Bartyn established Bartyn Gourmet Delicacies and virtually enslaved his workforce, the Sailors' Union managed to negotiate certain freedoms. Among the concessions won by Sirrik Olyeg and the Sailors' Union was the ownership of Josten's Island. Bartyn eventually ceded ownership to the Union, as a refuge for the many aquatic beings Bartyn had forcibly imported to Lamaredd. (GMR7)

this was a popular name among the Amanin people, named for a famous individual in Amanin history. (UANT)

this was one of the most prominent families of the planet Brentaal, and was known as one of the strongest commercial leaders along with the Brentioch and Dajaal clans. (SWJ13)

Journal Disk
any specialized datadisk that is used to contain a being's personal memoirs or information. (DF2)

Journal of Energy Physics
a professional publication to which Nasdra Magrody often submitted articles. (COJ)

Journal Of The Whills, The
this legendary set of stories was believed to have been collected by the Ancient Order of the Whills, a higher order of beings who had an incredible connection and understanding of the Force. The Journal of the Whills supposedly recounted the events leading up to the Clone Wars, documenting the advent of the New Order, and continuing to tell the story of the Galactic Civil War. It was believed to have had either six or nine chapters, or episodes. (SW, CHRN)

Journey of the Minds
this immense, 102-volume work was a collection of ancient Snivvian philosophical texts. (HAS)

this was the brand name of SoroSuub's personal tool kit, designed for use by starship owners and containing the basic tools needed to maintain a ship. (PSG)

Journeyman Protector
this was a specialized profession. (VD)

this planet was noted for Jovan Station, which was built in orbit around the planet. (YDR)

Jovan Drark
this young, male Rodian was a member of the Jedi Knights who trained under Luke Skywalker and fought during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Jovan Drark accompanied Tenel Ka to Bilbringi, shortly after the Battle of Fondor, to assess the Yuuzhan Vong threat to the system and its shipyards. He was known among the Jedi an an inperturbable being who rarely took sides, and never let anything which was out of his control affect his judgement. However, he was killed aboard the Baanu Rass, when the Jedi attempted to infiltrate the worldship and destroy the voxyn queen. He was severely bitten by modified flitnats, then took a Yuuzhan Vong strike to his chest. The resulting wound was too large for Tekli to repair, and Jovan died shortly afterward. (BP, SWI57, SBS)

Jovan Station
this space station was established in orbit around the planet Joven. An Imperial command center was set up on Jovan Station to monitor the blockade of Yavin 4 just after the Battle of Yavin. It also served as the Imperial fleet's command point just prior to the Batle of Hoth. It was commanded by Admiral Griff. (CSW, YDR)

Joveh D'a Alin
this blue-skinned, female alien was an expert in the field of planetary tectonics, and held an emphasis in mineralogy, during the last decades of the Old Republic. She was part of the team, led by Doctor Fort Turan, which traveled to Haariden to investigate the effects of a volcanic environment on the planet's atmospherics and ecosystem. (JQ4)

this was the name of a nightclub located on Brentaal, near the Pathlines Tapcafe in cityblock Kesk-135. (FOP)

this Shyriiwook word was used as the prefix to many Wookiee names. It translated into Basic as "space", "star", or "vast", and could be combined with one or more suffixes to form a complete Wookiee name. (GMR10, GCG)

this Gallofree medium transport was used by the Alliance to transport bacta during the Galactic Civil War. (XWA)

this female Wookiee, one of Chewbacca's many cousins, was a ships' systems expert. She was one of the Wookiees working with Katarra to subvert the Imperial presence on Kashyyyk. When Chewie returned to Kashyyyk to attend to Lumpawarump's Test of Ascension, Jowdrrl worked on fine-tuning the Millennium Falcon with Dryanta. They worked on improving many of the ship's systems, including refinements to the weapons and a 360-degree heads-up display unit. (TT, RD)

a Nimbanese creature. (TFNR)

a city on the lawless world of Korbin. Like the other cities on the planet, it was cynically named by the criminals who controlled it. Along with Happy, and Peace, Joy is known as a Small-Timer, because the city is less intense than Pleasant City. (PG2)

this tall, slender, male Romin was the leader of the Citizens' Resistance movement that tried to overturn the dictatorship of Roy Teda, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Despite setbacks and brutal reprisals from the Security Management Control force, Joylin's resistance continued to grow. It was believed that they even had contacts and agents within Teda's own government. It was Joylin who had Anakin Skywalker and Ferus Olin kidnapped, in order to ask for their assistance in overturning Teda's rule. Joylin believed them to be Waldo and Ukiah, members of the gang known as the Slams. Joylin offered the false Slams the chance to be the only criminals allowed to live on Romin, in exchange for Anakin and Ferus's help in stealing information from Roy Teda's office. The Jedi reluctantly agreed, and Obi-Wan Kenobi managed to obtain the information and escape Teda's palace. With the information - mainly security and access codes - Joylin's rebels knocked out the main droid control system, then set out to eliminate the officers of the Security Management Control. Joylin had told the Jedi that he had ordered his forces to act with a minimum of bloodshed, an order he repeated as the revolt began. Unfortunately, years of pent-up anger launched the Romins into a frenzy, and many of the wealthy Romins in Eliior were slaughtered. In the end, Joylin proved just as blood-thirsty as his rebels, when he issued an order calling for Roy Teda to turn himself in for trial. If he failed to do so, Joylin would execute one member of his former staff at a time. Ultimately Teda fled Romin, which allowed Joylin to assume leadership of Romin for himself. This series of events was later twisted by Teda during testimony in front of the Galactic Senate, implicating the Jedi Knights as the masterminds behind the plot to remove him from power. (JQ8, JQ9)

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

Jozzel Moffett
this woman was one of Malta the Hutt's aides. A member of a near-human race characterized by the chain of blue spots on each arm, Jozzel chose to wear her hair in a topknot which empahsized her bald pate. A dark red tattoo covered her right eye, heightening her unusual appearance. At a meeting between Malta, Jabba, and Embra, it was Jozzel who suggested that they put together teams to hunt out the Yavin Vassilika. She had been paid by members of the fledgling Alliance, led by the man known only as The Collector, to locate the crystal, as they needed the key inside it to unlock the ancient Massassi temples on Yavin 4. In order to ensure its recovery for the Alliance, Jozzel played each of the teams formed by the Hutts against each other, offering to pay the finder a handsome fee while providing a fake of the Vassilika to return to their employer. She managed to steal the Vassilika from Kalkovak and fled to Yavin 4 to deliver it. It was on the jungle moon that she learned the crystal globe was merely the vessel for the key to the Massassi temples. When she tried to flee the moon with her payment and a fake Vassilika, she was shot and killed by Farquil Ban'n. (UYV)

this was one of the many mining settlements, or o'bekis, established on Goroth Prime. (GSE)

a Whiphid male who was part of Jabba the Hutt's retinue on Tatooine, just prior to the crimelord's death. He was one of Valarian's former lovers, and the two of them staged a falling out to gain Jabba's attention. Jabba, in turn, employed him in order to gall Valarian. Valarian and J'Quille had arranged their break-up, and J'Quille became a spy. She had J'Quille arrange to meet Malakili and the rancor, in order to steal them out from under Jabba's nose. J'Quille was also responsible for bribing Phlegmin to lace Jabba's paddy toads with a slow-acting poison. In his rooms, J'Quille kept a strand of poisoned Mastmot teeth as a decoration, hoping someday to use them against Jabba. He never got the chance, because Jabba was killed at the Pit of Carkoon. When he fled Tatooine and tried to return to Toola, he found that Valarian had put a price on his head for "rejecting" her. J'Quille returned to Jabba's palace and became a B'omarr acolyte, claiming that having his brain removed to a nutrient jar was the only way to escape Tatooine's heat. (TJP)

this was a heavy-bodied swoop produced by Bespin Motors during the height of the Old Republic. Considered one of the earliest swoops ever produced, it enjoyed a run of several centuries before it was discontinued some 100 years before the Battle of Yavin. It was first marketed as a single-person airspeeder, but its high-altitude maneuverability earned the nickname of "swoop" very early in its existence. (SWI62, AEG)

this was a series of janitorial maintenance droids produced by PublicTechnic during the years following the Clone Wars. It was equipped with a canister of cleaning fluid and an spray nozzle, as well as scrubbers and a light manipulator arm. The JR-8 was known as a feisty droid that worked diligently at its assigned tasks, and often squirted its cleaning fluid at any being that impeded its ability to complete them. The JR-8 moved about on four stubby legs. (GMR4)

Jrade District
this was one of the many subsections of the planet-wide city that covered the planet Coruscant, during the Old Republic. (HNN4)

Jrade Plaza
this was one of the many open-air plazas found in the Jrade District, on the planet Coruscant, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN4)

Jrade-Daders Concourse
this wide thoroughfare was located near Monument Plaza, on the planet Coruscant. (SWI70)

Jrahl Ferrin
this alien was the leader of a small-time criminal gang that roamed the planet Daslkehnt during the early years of the New Order. (GG11)

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