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Red Flight
this was the designation used by Wedge Antilles, Tycho Celchu, Wes Janson, and Hobbie Klivian when they traveled to Adumar to negotiate with the Adumari for membership in the New Republic. (SOA)

Red Four
John-D's callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (SW)

Red Four
Jojo's callsign, as part of Esege Tuketu's K-Wing bomber group during the blockade of Doornik-319. (SOL)

Red Fury Brotherhood
this was one of two primary pirate organizations which survived in the Cularin System, during the era of the Battle of Naboo. The Brotherhood allied themselves with Nirama, and were given a good deal of work smuggling personnel and supplies into the system underneath the watchful eyes of the Old Republic. (LFC)

Red Gauntlet
this ship was one of the Imperial-class Star Destroyers serving under the Warlord Zsinj, during the early years of the New Republic. When Han Solo and the Mon Remonda tried to capture Zsinj at Vahaba, he sent the Serpent's Smile and the Red Gauntlet to attack the Stellar Web. However, they were no match for the combined firepower of the Stellar Web and her escorts, the Skyhook and Crynyd. The Serpent's Smile was destroyed, and the Red Gauntlet was disabled and left adrift by Zsinj. New Republic forces eventually boarded the ship and took control. (SOC)

Red Ghost
the nickname given to Asha by the Duloks. It described the fact that the Duloks only saw Asha when she was hunting in the forests, and often, all they caught was a glimpse of her red fur. (ECAR)

Red Glie
this form of single-celled algae, native to the planet Naboo, grew on the surface of the water. It was highly dependent on sunlight for growth, and entire colonies of red glie could be wiped out during long periods of overcast weather. Red glie was considered a delicacy by the Naboo and the Gungans, and great care was taken in the growth and harvest of red glie. (GF, SON)

Red Guard
this was the name of the specially-trained members of the former Senate Guard, who were charged with protecting Chanceller Palpatine during the Separatist crisis. These soldiers eventually became the Royal Imperial Guard. (VD2, HNN5)

Red Guardians
this was the name of an independent bounty hunter's guild which was active during the Galactic Civil War. All the members of the guild wore scarlet body armor. (MBC)

Red Hand Squadron
this was the name of the Alliance assault team headed by Bria Tharen, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. The name was given to the team by the slavers they attacked, and alluded to the slaver's symbol for "no quarter given." Red Hand Squadron focused much of their activity on rescuing slaves from any and all servitude, but Bria worked as often as possible to free the Ylesian "pilgrims." Many of the troops which served in the squadron were former slaves, and were extremely loyal to Bria. They were extremely successful in the Battle of Ylesia, quickly removing the Nova Force mercenaries. They met their match, though, on Toprawa, where they had been assigned to support the resistance there. The Empire had tracked the plans to the first Death Star to Toprawa, and mercilessly destroyed the resistance - including Red Hand Squadron. (RD)

Red Harvest
this Victory-class Star Destroyer was part of the fleet assembled by Admiral Pellaeon, which was dispatched to Garqi to assist the New Republic in its fight against the Yuuzhan Vong. It took heavy damage while trying to protect the Taanab Sunrise during its escape from Garqi. (DTR)

Red Hills
this range of craggy mountains was located just south of Foulahn and Navroc Cities, on the planet Cartao. (SWI68)

Red Hills
this region of the planet Dathomir was located bewteen the Great Canyon and the Frenzied River, and was named for the reddish stone from which they were formed. (GORW)

Red Hills Clan
this was one of the many clans of Dathomir witches who used the Light Side of the Force for their powers. As their name suggested, the witches of the Red Hills Clan made their homes in the Red Hills of Dathomir, situated between the Great Canyon and the Frenzied River. (CPL, GORW)

Red Iaro
this was the name of a group of terrorists which rose to power on the planet Lannik, in the years before the Battle of Naboo. Members of the Red Iaro distinguished themselves by wearing bright red military uniforms, with wide sashes and knee-high, black boots. Originally, the Red Iaro were formed to protest the established government of Lannik. The civil war among the Lannik was devastating and costly, as the Red Iaro fought to keep Lannik as independent as possible. However, after R'cardo Sooflie IX assumed the throne of Lannik, the Red Iaro altered their beliefs. Suddenly, they found themselves fighting to oust Prince R'cardo and return Lannik to its former glory. The Red Iaro harrassed the Lannik people until Mace Windu and the Jedi Knights mediated a truce, held on the planet Malastare, to restore peace to Lannik. The Red Iaro, however, planned to kill the Jedi and force Prince Sooflie to accede to their demands. The plan ultimately failed. (ETM, OWS)

Red Knights of Life
this group of fanatic Rhommamoolians was loyal to Nom Anor, during his rise to power on the planet Rhommamool. They abhored all forms of technology, and spent much of their time destroying anything they deemed an unnatural abomination. At the height of Nom Anor's popularity, the Knights would often publicly beat any being found using any form of technology. Little did they know that they were just disposable pawns in Nom Anor's grander strategy of a Yuuzhan Vong invasion. (VP)

Red Lancer
one of the two Corsair-class cruisers owned by Dharus. The Red Lancer worked with the Blue Queen as a team. (GG9)

Red Leader
Dave's callsign during the Battle of Yavin (SW)

Red Leader
Dutch's callsign during the Battle of Yavin (SWN)

Red Leader
Wedge's callsign during the Battle of Endor (ROTJ)

Red Leader
Esege Tuketu's callsign as part of the New Republic's Fifth Battle Group K-Wing squadrons. (BTS)

Red Leader
this was Obi-Wan Kenobi's calllsign during the space battle that occurred during the First Battle of Coruscant. (E3N)

Red Lisken
this casino was owned and operated by Etsero, on his homeworld of Adner. It was the most luxurious - and profitable - of the gambling houses owned by Etsero. (WBC)

Red List
a collection of outstanding debts and the individuals who owe them, the Red List was maintained by Interstellar Collections Limited during the early years of the New Order. Its growth in both size and reputation mirrored the growth of the Empire. Han Solo was on the list at one time, for missing a payment to Vinda and D'rag. (HSR)

Red Marble
a expensive stone used in construction. (TB)

Red Mist
also known as the death mist, this Charon weapon uses a bioengineered mist to incapacitate other lifeforms. In small doses, it causes intense pain and induces strange hallucinations and madness as it attacks a body's nervous system. In larger quantities, the mist causes complete failure of the nervous system and kills the victim. The mist does not have to be breathed to cause harm. It clings to exposed flesh and enters a body through pores in the skin. Thus, only a sealed vacuum suit was the only defense against the red mist. (OS)

Red Moint
this species of predatory fish was native to the Harvest Bay area of the planet Cols. (COG)

Red Moon Saloon
a drinking establishment found in Mos Eisley, on Tatooine. (GG7)

Red Moons
this Entrallan mercenary unit, founded by Andrephan Stormcaller, was formed to combat the Pentastar Alignment after its takeover of Entralla was virtually ignored by the fledgling New Republic. The early ranks of the Red Moons were filled with former New Republic Infiltrator soldiers, each as disillusioned with the Republic as Stormcaller. Stormcaller resigned his commission after being told that the Pentastar Alignment was "too powerful to confront at this time," and attracted a number of the Republic's best trackers and soldiers. Because of this, there were a number of rumors which hinted that the Republic was actually funding the Red Moons, but this was not true. The Red Moons were staunchly independent from the Republic. (SWJ3, TFE)

Red Nalroni
this smuggling ring was broken up by the actions of Velgar Borf. (PG3)

Red Nebula
this vast area of reddish gas was believed to be the source of the two huge gemstones which, when separated, caused the disease known as the Crimson Forever. Located beyond the edges of known space, the boundaries of the Red Nebula were littered with asteroids and comets, which helped isolate it from the rest of the galaxy. Theories abound which claim that the Red Nebula was actually one of the known galaxy's arms, but cosmic upheaval separated it and sent it drifting into the intergalactic void between galaxies. It was said that the two gemstones fell into the Nebula when it split off from the known galaxy, and it was their power which protected the Nebula from tearing itself apart. (LTA2, MC50)

Red Nikto
the common name for the Kajain'sa'Nikto race. (GG12)

Red Nine
Lieutenant Naytaan's callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (CCG9)

Red Nova
this Invid pirate ship was roundly defeated by Rogue Squadron when it was escorting the Booty Full while attempting to capture the Glitterstar. (IJ)

Red One
another callsign for Red Leader, it was used by Luke when he and Isolder arrived at Dathomir. (CPL)

Red Police
this is the name given to Foga Brill's security force. The Red Police patrolled Sector 5, in the Core, a decade after the Battle of Endor. (SOL)

Red Quarren, The
this was the name of a notorious pirate who roamed the seas of Lamaredd during the last decades of the Old Republic. (GMR7)

Red Qurang
this Yuuzhan Vong transport craft was commanded by Ushk Choka, during the final stages of the Yuuzhan Vong' attempt to invade the galaxy. It was dispatched to the living planet of Zonama Sekot to recover Nom Anor, who promised to destroy the planet. (FP)

Red Rancor
located within Coruscant's Imperial City, this bar was named for its deep-red interior lighting. Han Solo brought Luke Skywalker to the Red Rancor for his bachelor party, shortly before his wedding to Mara Jade. Banner Sumptor and his fellow Imperial hoped to waylay Luke by instigating a fight, but Luke and his friends soundly defeated the Imperials. (U)

Red Rock
a landmark found on the planet M'haeli, Red Rock was also the location of an Alliance base during the Galactic Civil War. (ROC, EGP)

Red Seven
Elyhek Rue's callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (CCG9)

Red Shadow
a bistro located on the planet Taboon. It was there that Zardra and Jodo Kast tried to catch the Thig Brothers, but ended up killing Mageye the Hutt. (TME)

Red Shift Limit
this techno-rock band of balladeers emerged from the Outer Rim to dominate the anti-Imperial world of music. Their lyrics are highly critical of the New Order, while their instrumentals are mesmerizing and lovely. Red Shift Limit is probably most famous for their remake of Totally Patriotic, defiling the original song (written by The Emperor's New Clothes). (GG9)

Red Sin Chimaera Nebula
this nebula, located some distance from the Forest Moon of Endor, was named for its color and shape, which resembled a mythical creature when viewed from the moon. (SWGAL)

Red Six
Jek Porkins' callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (SW)

Red Smoke Squadron
this group of Alliance soldiers was seasoned during the Battle of Hoth, and assisted in the recovery of an Imperial I2-CG droid on Goratak III, after it intercepted data on the starship manufacturing plant on Tar Morden. (MB)

Red Squadron
a group of Alliance X-wings during the Battle of Yavin. (SW)

Red Squadron
a group of Alliance Y-wings during the Battle of Yavin. (SWN)

Red Squadron
this was the designation of the TIE Defender squadron piloted by Rogue Squadron pilots in support of Colonel Vessery and Ysanne Isard, during the hunt for Prince-Admiral Krennel. (IR)

Red Squadron
this Alliance X-Wing squadron was under the command of Bakki Sourthal, and patrolled Fakir Sector during the early years of the Galactic Civil War. (AIR)

Red Squadron
this was the designation of the starfighters commanded by Obi-Wan Kenobi, during the First Battle of Coruscant. Kenobi's wingmate was Anakin Skywalker, and the ranks of the fighter pilots were filled by the clone troopers of Squad Seven. (E3N)

Red Star I
this modified TIE Defender was owned by Iran Ryad during the early years of the New Republic. It was equipped with enhanced shielding for protection, and an upgraded ion drive system for more maneuverability. Countess Ryad also modified the fire control systems, giving her the ability to target poorly-shielded craft and eliminate them quickly. The Red Star I was destroyed by Soontir Fel, after he declared Countess Ryad a traitor and hunted her down. (WOTC)

Red Star Ring
this small criminal organization was based on the moon of Nar Shaddaa during the New Order. (GUN)

Red Star Shipping Lines
this major shipper worked in the Core and the Colonies. They owned twelve major transport hub systems in the galaxy, and were one of the original voting sponsors of the Corporate Sector Authority. (CSA)

Red Star Squadron
this small unit of Imperial TIE Fighter pilots remained intact following the Battle of Endor, and later allied themselves under the command of Countess Iran Ryad. (WOTC)

Red Team
this was the codename of the group of Dark Jedi who were led by Tol Skorr, and served Count Dooku at the Morgukai cloning facility on Saleucami, during the final stages of the Clone Wars. (RSOS)

Red Team Five
one of the New Republic's best-kept secrets, Red Team Five was a group of highly-skilled Special Forces infiltration experts. They were sent in to scout out a target location and eliminate any perimeter defenses prior to a full-scale operation. Many of the group's agents were former members of the Alliance's Infiltrator team, including Jai Raventhorn. All but Raventhorn were killed in a raid on the Imperial garrison on Zelos II, shortly after the Battle of Endor. Raventhorn was imprisoned at the garrison and brutally interrogated before being rescued by Platt Okeefe and Tru'eb Cholakk. (TFNR)

Red Ten
this was the callsign used by Theron Nett, Red Leader's wingman, who killed during the Battle of Yavin. (SW, CCG9)

Red Terror
this was the name given to the group of 500 Warden 10-24 gladiator droids used by Brakiss to guard his base on Telti, some thirteen years after the Battle of Endor. They were named for the scarlet paint which covered them. One of every fifty droids was designated as a lieutenant, and given enhanced programming which allowed it to make decisions without the need for a command center. (EGD)

Red Three
Biggs' callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (SW)

Red Three
Condor's callsign as part of Esege Tuketu's K-Wing bomber group during the blockade of Doornik-319. (SOL)

Red Threxa
this shifty Sauron owned and operated Red Threxa's Boarding House, at the Gelgelar Free Port, during the hieght of the Galactic Civil War. It was said that Red didn't have a place of his own, that he just curled up behind the maindesk each night and slept on the floor. (PSPG)

Red Threxa's Boarding House
located just across the plaze from the Slippery Gelgelar Eel in the Gelgelar Free Port, this collection of pre-fab structures was run by Red Threxa. It was the only real place for spacers to spend the night at the Port, and provided spacers with a warm bed amidst the cold, damp environment of Gelgelar. (PSPG)

Red Tide
this was the name of Perit's personal, Mon Calamari star liner. (RESB)

Red Twelve
Red Leader's wingman, killed during the Battle of Yavin. (SW)

Red Twins
this pair of dying, red dwarf stars was hidden in a dense nebula that was located in a remote corner of the galaxy. A small space station was built in orbit around the Red Twins by independent spacers during the last decades of the Old Republic, which became a haven for smugglers during the early months of the New Order. (LJ1)

Red Two
Wedge's callsign during the Battle of Yavin (SW)

Red Two
Tiree's callsign during the Battle of Yavin. (SWN)

Red Two
Luke Skywalker referred to Prince Isolder as Red Two when they arrived at Dathomir, in search of Leia Organa and Han Solo. (CPL)

Red Wind
an Imperial frigate destroyed by Alliance ships near Plooriod IV. (XW)

Red Wing Squadron
this team of mercenaries was based on the planet Taul, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ2)

Red Wings of Courage
one of the Ancient Tokens of the Legendary Ewoks, the Red Wings are a special headdress of red wings, bestowed on the eldest son of an expedition's leader, or to leader's back-up. They allow the secondary leader to gain courage if the leader is lost. Logray gave the Red Wings to Weechee, Deej's eldest son, before they left to rescue the Towani parents from the giant Gorax. (EA)

Red Zone
this was the primary restaurant and tavern district of the primary spaceport on Pembric II, in the city of Erwithat. (DARK)

this was the code phrase given to Lurze Kesh by Davik Kang, as a way for Kesh to open the many shipments of spice that were sent to him on Korriban during the era of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

Reda Jalooz
this ancient Force-user had stolen a Kashi Mer artifact sometime before the formation of the Old Republic. She felt compelled to return the artifact - a small, gray prism-shaped stone - and returned to Kashi just before the planet's star exploded. Reda Jalooz was killed in the explosion, but the stone mysteriously reappeared in the Corva Sector millennia later, after the Battle of Endor. Its purpose was not known, although historians theorized that it might have had something to do with the destruction of the Kashi Mer. (SWJ6)

this species of long-bodied quadripedal vermin was native to the planet Reaper's World. They hunted in packs of up to twelve individuals, using their chisel-like teeth to gnaw through just about anything. Their two-meter-long bodies were covered with coarse, grey fur, and they got their name from their crimson eyes and vicious nature. (ND)

an Alliance cargo ferry group destroyed by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War as it tried to take possession of supplies provided by pirates. (TIE)

this Outer Rim world is a barren, ugly world which has been known to break even the hardiest of adventurers. It is covered with fluid mud lakes, deep canyons and tall mountains. The settlers who managed to survive the mud lakes have built their towns in the mountains. This limits the location of spaceports and landing fields to the Tyma Canyon. The original settlers were miners, and their descendants continue to eke out a living from the ores they extract. Repulsorlift transportation is impossible, since the mud quickly clogs the engines. The natives have developed skimmers known as olai to traverse the mud lakes. The average day on Redcap lasts 16 standard hours, and its years takes up 212 local days. (SWJ5)

see RC-101 (MJH)

Redcrested Cougar
a predatory feline native to the planet Belkadan, the redcrested cougar was a large, agile creature which could tear a human apart in a few minutes. Danni Quee was forced to kill one, when it slipped into the ExGal-4 outpost and seriously wounded two other explorers. The average cougar was almost four meters in length, weighed about 140 kilograms, and had ten-centimeter fangs protruding from its mouth. The redcrested cougar had large, clawed paws, and the tail ended with a lump of bone which could be swung like a cudgel. Most redcrested cougars were solitary hunters, gathering only during the mating season. After mating, the male cougar left the female behind to raise the cubs. In general, this creature was not territorial, although each male had its own distinct hunting grounds. (VP, NJOSB)

Redd Metalflake
this self-contained droid sound system was owned by Sprig Cheever and Twilit Hearth. Redd was also an important part of their underground team, capable of carrying weapons and other illegal items inside his sound-system components. (TFE)

this was one of the many spore-producing fungi that were native to the swamps of the planet Drongar. It was named for its coloration, and because the shape of an individual plant resembled a large dishplate. (MBS)

the exploits of this pirate served as the basis for the holo-series Space Pirates of the Galaxy, which was popular during the early years of the New Order. In the series, Reddjak was known as The Scarlet Pirate, since he often dressed in bright red clothing. In real life, Reddjak was a notorious criminal who was wanted in several star systems for a variety of crimes. He wsa captured some years before the Battle of Yavin, but was freed on the planet Majoor by Llez. Reddjak brought the child along with him to his pirate ship, hoping to use the boy to locate his father's diplomatic convoy and ambush it. However, Reddjak didn't count on the child's resourcefulness, nor the fact that R2-D2 and C-3PO had stowed away aboard his pirate ship. Just as he launched his attack, Reddjak found himself weaponless and being boarded by Zell's security forces. In short order, Reddjak was back in police custody. (MDCAR)

an Alliance Nebulon-B frigate used as a medical ship, the Redemption was one of the medical ships which was part of the fleet which massed just outside the rim of the galaxy, in the wake of the Battle of Hoth. It was aboard this ship that Luke Skywalker received his prosthetic hand, after surviving his first battle with Darth Vader on Cloud City. Like many ships in the Alliance's fleet, the Redemption had been refitted for its particular duty, with many hangar bays and weapons stations being converted into sick bays and medical facilities. The Redemption joined the full Alliance fleet near Sullust, just prior to the Battle of Endor. It was assigned to assist the wounded from Briggia during Operation Strike Fear. The mission later became one of the New Republic's training scenarios, nicknamed the Requiem scenario because very few pilots survive the simulation. (XW, XWN, XWA, TCG6)

Reder, Dor
a native of the planet Pirralor, Reder served as a Captain in the Imperial Navy and commanded the Star Destroyer Pulsar until he surrendered it in the aftermath of the Battle of Endor. However, Reder himself managed to avoid capture, and fled the area with a small group of followers. They managed to steal an Alliance transport during their escape, and eventually joined forces with Admiral Drommel. He served Drommel as Captain of the Krieger. (SWSB, SWJ8, WBC)

this was a branch of COMPNOR that dealt with the modification of the physiology of entire races, in an effort to create entire armies willing to fight for the Empire. (TBH)

this Turazza served as Luskin Exovar's chief of security at Exovar's Emporium, on Neftali, although no one was sure why Redeye took the job. However, Redeye took the job seriously, and very few visitors to the Emporium ever crossed his path. Redeye was simply a nickname used by the Turazza to ensure that no one learned his true identity, which was only known to himself and Exovar. Redeye was also an excellent marksman and sharpshooter, and his skills earned him the grudging respect of Kaori Batta. (WSV)

this is one of SoroSuub's low-power laser sighting devices designed for mounting onto a blaster. (CFG)

Red-Eye Baldarek
this bartender vacationed on the planet Zeltros several years before the onset of the Clone Wars. He enjoyed the experience so much that he stayed on Zeltros. (PH)

this species of fish was native to the planet Amfar. Redfish were unusual in that that tended to congregate out of the water, along the beaches, during certain periods of the day. This trait was evident when there were not many tourists walking along the beaches or playing in the ocean, when their presence often scared the redfish away. (HNN5)

this tasty fruit was native to the planet Drongar, and was harvested for its juice. (MBS)

Redge, Loam
this man was one of Emperor Palpatine's Inquisitors, working from the Emperor's personal retreat on Naboo during the height of the Galactic Civil War. His age was indeterminate, a facet of his persona that Redge cultivated for his own use. With the exception of a few tiny wrinkles at the corners his eyes, Redge's face was smooth, and he could have passed for a man of thirty. However, he was much older than that, and was known for his passion for his work. Redge, himself sensitive to the Force, found a certain enjoyment in locating Force-sensitive individuals, which only increased as he tortured them and watched them die. (SWI65, ROD)

this is the capital city of the planet Rhommamool. Much of the city was leveled when the native Rhommamoolians declared their independence from Osarian rule. (VP)

this mercenary bulk cruiser was boarded by the Azzameen family, shortly before the Battle of Endor, in an effort to remove a potential rival and enemy. (XWA)

this was one of several Duros-commanded warships which made up the Galactic Alliance's meager naval fleet, during the last stages of the battle against the Yuuzhan Vong. The Redheart was one of many ships assigned to General Wedge Antilles and the task force dispatched to the Duro System. Unknown to Commander Col was that the task force was not sent to recapture Duro, but to eliminate as much of the Yuuzhan Vong fleet stationed there as possible. Col believed that Antilles was going to simply let Duro remain under Yuuzhan Vong control, and broke formation. Led by the Dpso, all the Duros warships tried to attack the Yuuzhan Vong on their own. However, they were no match for the amassed firepower of the alien invaders. The Redheart and the other Duros ships were destroyed in just under three hours. (FP)

this is the single moon of the planet Korbin, known as Redeye to the Korbinites because the moon glows blood-red at night. Redilos orbits very close to Korbin, so its reddish light is quite bright, and the size of its image is quite large. Redilos is a barren, cratered rock. (PG2)

a large herd animal native to Kidron. (SWJ11)

Redkihl Rokk
this insectoid pirate was known as the Scavenger of the Galaxy. His band of pirates, a mixture of living beings and droids, flew a squadron of TIE Fighters painted bright red, which distinguished them from the Imperials as well as other pirates. Redkihl and his traveled to the Yavin System, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, and found themselves able to salvage all sorts of things from the wreckage of the first Death Star. Redkihl himself tried to capture Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon, and had nearly boarded the ship when Luke Skywalker returned to Yavin 4 and assisted Han's escape. As the Millennium Falcon blasted off, a bomb planted on Redkihl's ship exploded, killing the pirate and leaving his remains stranded in the debris field of the Death Star. (T8)

Redkihl Rokk
this aged, balding Huralok was the leader of a band of pirates that scoured the Outer Rim in the starship Hungry Ghost during the last decades of the Old Republic. Rokk was considered violent, even for a pirate, although he rarely killed any being onboard the ships his crew ambushed. Instead, the prey vessel was dragged close enough to the Hungry Ghost so that a swarm of spider-like droids could be placed inside. These droids then stunned the crew and passengers, allowing Rokk's pirates to loot the ship of its valuables. After disabling the ship's drives and communications systems, Rokk set it adrift in open space. In order to maintain his position within his gang of pirates, Rokk regularly injected his failing body with nutrients and drugs that sustained him well beyond his years. (GORW)

this Twi'leki spy was a huntress for an Inner-Rim crimelord before she joined the Alliance. She served as part of the Alliance's Sandwind Team during the period between the Battles of Hoth and Endor. (SSR)

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