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this Imperial Sector Plexus drone ship was disabled shortly after the Battle of Yavin. The Alliance sent a team of operatives to capture the drone and steal its security codes before Imperial forces could locate it. The Alliance team managed to get to I-175 first, stealing the codes and then destroying enough of the ship to fool the Imperials into believing it was destroyed "naturally". (RESB)

a series of Imperial astrogation droids built for the Empire, and based on the Industrial Automation R2 astromech series. (ISB)

a series of Imperial storage and transceiving droids, based on Cybot Galactica's ED4 series. They were often employed by Imperial Sector Plexus groups for the transport of important data. (ISB, MB)

a series of manufacturing droids produced by the Empire. (SWJ12)

a series of industrial droids used by the Empire. (ISB)

a series of industrial droids often equipped with repulsorlifts, these were used extensively by the Empire. (ISB)

this was Iella Wessiri's callsign during the civil war which broke out on Adumar during the negotiations to bring the planet into the New Republic. (SOA)

this was the handle of one of the many slicers who first discovered Tiny F's message of an impending attack by the Thaereian Military on the people of the Cularin System, during the early stages of the Clone Wars. I337b0i was one of the first to believe Tiny F's posting, but was under the impression that the Thaereians actually wanted the Jedi Knights, and would leave the rest of the system alone. (LFCW)

this was the designation of an Imperial supply depot located on Tatooine, shortly after the Battle of Hoth. It was here that Moff Sartar had been developed the bioagent Fire-Rain 3. (RESB)

known simply as I-Five, this modified 3PO protocol droid was a business partner of Lorn Pavan. Lorn had purchased the droid for a paltry sum of credits, since it was being discarded by a family which had used it as a children's guardian. The children had been playing with the droid, making it jump off of roofs in order to see how high it bounced. Pavan had just lost his son to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, and instantly bonded with the droid. Pavan gave I-5YQ an increased computing capacity and a number of other modifications, including blasters mounted in its fingertips and the removal of its life-preservation routines. To the casual observer, I-5YQ was a cobbled-together automaton, but his skills were incredibly well-rounded. I-5YQ had a sophisticated vocabulation module, which could not onlly translate and produce speech, but could emit a warbling screech that could sooth a being's nerves or shatter their eardrums depending on its frequency. The photreceptors used by Pavan were incredibly bright, and could be used in dark environments like the lights of a vehicle. I-5YQ managed to stay with Lorn through his deep depression over the loss of his son, and was eager to help him purchase an ancient Jedi Holocron from Zippa in order to earn some real credits. When the deal went bad, they found themselves trying to purchae information from Hath Monchar, but that endeavor only led them into the path of Darth Maul. The Sith lord relentless pursed them through the underbelly of Coruscant, and even the help of the Jedi Padawan Darsha Assant didn't help. In the end, I-5YQ's quick thinking nearly saved Lorn, as the droid froze them both in carbonite before Darsha sprung a trap on Maul. Maul surived, and Lorn swore to catch him. He deactivated I-5YQ and turned him over to Tuden Sal. I-5YQ had no idea exactly how long it was deactivated, but it was eventually restored to operability. After recognizing that large portions of its memory were gone or missing, I-5YQ set out to piece its history back together. It was later assigned to the Rimsoo Seven military hospital on Drongar during the height of the Clone Wars. It was on Drongar that I-5YQ revealed that Lorn Pavan had been his friend, not his master, and that he had allowed I-5YQ to develop as an equal. He had been working in the Spice Mines of Kessel before being auctioned off to a noble family on Naboo, then called up by the Republic for military duty. It was during the Separatist attack on Rimsoo Seven that I-5YQ also discovered that it had been provided with weaponry, which had been hidden within its plating and was only accessible after the droid's memory banks were forced down new survival pathways. I-5YQ realized that it was opening new circuits and dredging up new memories on its own, and vowed to uncover as much of its own programming as possible. I-5YQ reasoned that this would allow his mind, not some pre-programmed routine, to determine his ultimate fate. One of the many programs I-5YQ created was an inebriation routine, after several discussions with Den Dhur. I-5 activated the routine after he discovered that Teedle - the base's TDL-501 waitress droid - had an YX-90 drive unit installed in her frame. Teedle allowed herself to be deactivated so that the drive unit could be used to repair the base's force-dome, leaving the base without a waitress and I-5YQ without a companion. However, I-5YQ realized that Lorn Pavan had given him one last command before abandoning the droid: return to Coruscant and watch over his son, Jax. I-5YQ feared that he would have to abandon his post on Drongar to carry out this mission, but Barriss Offee stepped in to task him with carrying a message back to the Jedi Temple. Her status as a Jedi gave her the authority to remission the droid, an her offer was gladly accepted. (DMSH, MBS, MJH)

I-7 Howlrunner
this Incom Corporation starfighter was designed for the Empire, shortly after Incom was nationalized. Its design and production served as a way for Incom to prove itself in the face of the defection of the team which designed the T-65 X-Wing starfighter. It was named for the Kamarian Howlrunner by its designer, Jo Ewsli. In form it resembled a streamlined T-47 airspeeder in shape, being a long, wedge-shaped craft with a rectangular midsection. At the time of its introduction, little was known about the I-7's performance in battle, although initial engagements during the struggle against the clones of Emperor Palpatine on Byss suggested that has excellent maneuverability and could take a lot of punishment. However, later engagements revealed that the ship's minimal weaponry were insufficient to protect it during prolonged dogfights. The ship measured 11.4 meters in length, and was armed with a pair of laser cannons. It lacked a hyperdrive, but could attain speeds of 1,300 kilometers per hour in atmosphere. Although the ship never found widespread use like the TIE Fighter series, it proved effective in response to the Kuat Drive Yards A-9 Vigilance Interceptor and the FreiTek E-Wing during the early years of the New Republic. (DE1, DESB, DE2, EGV, EGA, NEGV)

this woman worked for the Coruscant Security forces during the last years of the Old Republic, patrolling the traffic lanes and making sure aircabs and cargo vessels obeyed the rules. She held the rank of Lieutenant, and took her job very seriously. To this end, she believed that Nibber Swoo was her personal nemesis, placed on the planet to vex her at every turn. (CCW)

this was a miniature communications module produced by TranLang for use in seeker droids. (WSV)

Telgorn Corporation's starship fusial thrust reactor. (ISB)

Seinar Fleet System's Solar Ionization Reactor used on the TIE Fighter and the TIE Bomber. (SCRE)

Seinar Fleet System's Solar Ionization Reactor used on early TIE Interceptors and the TIE Advanced. (SCRE, TIE)

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

this was one of the many Bothan clans. Membership in the clan was denoted by the suffix 'ag added to an individual's family name. (GCG, WOTC)

these creatures, native to the planet Tyed Kant, were gelatinous blobs of nearly every size and shape. They have a single eye and long, paddle-shaped tentacles. Normally docile, the iagoin are capable of grasping and crushing an attacker with their tentacles. Certain species of iagoin were bed for their flesh, which had the texture of steak. (SN, DW)

a Fallanassi city on Lucazec. It was here that Akanah grew up. (BTS, SOL)

Ialtra Trail
a major travel route on Lucazec. (BTS)

this Jawa was known for his skills at acquiring and repairing droids for later resale. Iasa was a trusted confederate of Kalit, until the Jawa leader entrusted Iasa with his credits, his mate, and a sandcrawler. Iasa never explained what happened, but when he returned to the tribe he had none of these items. He was exiled from the clan, and spent his remaining time abusing the residents of Mos Eisley. He thought about stealing Luke Skywalker's landspeeder, while the youth was in the cantina with Ben Kenobi, looking for passage to Alderaan. (CCG9, JKG)

Iast System
this area of the galaxy is believed to have been the site of a hidden Imperial research facility. Known as To-phalion Base, the Imperials were trying to develop a cloaking device under the codename Vorknkx. Admiral Zaarin managed to infiltrate the system and steal a CR90 corvette equipped with a working cloaking device. However, the Vorknkx team had not yet figured out how to make the device stable while travelling through hyperspace. Zaarin fled into hyperspace, but the cloaking device malfunctioned as the ship made the jump. The corvette and its crew, including Zaarin, were destroyed. (TIE)

I'att Armament
this defense company, located on the planet Druckenwell, created some of the best anti-blaster energy shields during the later years of the Galactic Civil War. Run by Strephan I'att, I'att Armament was planning to develop a shielding device for stormtroopers which involved a small energy-dissipation field generator attached to the backplate. However, Imperial Moff Eisen Kerioth tried to steal the plans for himself. Moff Kerioth killed Strephan, but young Tinian I'att escaped Druckenwell with several key componets of the system, while her lover Daye Azur-Jamin destroyed the I'att research facility. (TFE)

I'att, Augusta
this striking woman was Strephan I'att's wife. She and Strephan took in their granddaughter, Tinian, after her parents' deaths, and raised her until adulthood. Just before she and Strephan were killed by Moff Keioth, Augusta contracted a rare degenerative disease that slowly eroded her body. Treatment was expensive, but Strephan spared no expense. (TFE, SWJ4)

I'att, Strephan
Tinian I'att's grandfather, and one of the masterminds behind I'att Armament. He and Daye Azur-Jamin developed a portable energy-dissipation field generator that absorbed an incoming blaster bolt and reduced its energy to a harmless level. He had planned to show it to the Empire's armed forces, but Moff Eisen Kerioth - who had also been working on a way to improve stormtrooper armor - decided to take the device for himself. He scheduled a demonstration, and once he was satisfied with the deivce's efficiency, he murdered Strephan and his wife, Augusta, in cold blood. He failed to execute Tinian, though, and she escaped from Druckenwell with several key components that Kerioth required. (TFE, SWJ4)

I'att, Tinian
the young heiress of the I'att Armaments fortune, Tinian was a native of the planet Druckenwell. It is unknown when or how her parents disppeared, but Tinian was raised by her grandparents, Strephan and Augusta I'att. Daye Azur-Jamin later discovered that Tinian's mother had abandoned her before disappearing.Tinian had free access to the resources of I'att Armament, and learned everything she could about the armament business. By the time she was seventeen, she could identify almost any explosive material by its smell. She was deeply in love with Daye Azur-Jamin, and they were engaged to be married when Moff Kerioth tried to steal I'att Armament's plans for a stromtrooper shielding device. Her grandparents were executed, and Daye helped her get off-planet before destroying the I'att research facility. She became a freelance bounty hunter and tracker, and eventually hooked up with the Wookiee Chenlambec. Although her family had kept Wookiees as slaves, she knew that they were an honorable race. She saved his life many times, on Silver Station and at the Kline Colony. In the years following the Battle of Endor, Tinian was reunited with Daye, and the pair rediscovered their love for each other. They were eventually married, and together had a son named Tam. Tam followed in Daye's footsteps, being Force-sensitive and training at the Yavin 4 praxeum. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Tinian worked with the Jedi Knight Lowbacca to scout out the advancing edges of the Vong forces. They were nearly trapped in Hutt Space after the aliens discovered that their alliance with the Hutts had been compromised. (SWJ4, SWJ10, TBH, BP)

an Imperial training planet, Ibanjji's harsh conditions were used to harden recruits that were sent to the planet. (DESB)

Ibarsi Knife
this long-bladed weapon is the traditional weapon of a Rabaanite warrior. It is worn across the back until Combat is initiated, with the sheath resting from left hip to right shoulder. (SWJ9)

there were sixty-eight known species of this colorful bird, native to the planet Drall. Most of them fed on algae which flourished in the Boiling Sea. The smallest ibbot, known as the blue-breasted hover ibbot, had a wingspan of just seven centimeters, while the great ibbot's wingspan reached up to ten meters. (EP, CCW)

IBC Arcology
this was primary Coruscant location of the InterGalactic Banking Clan, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (HNN4)

this Smotl worked for Soergg the Hutt on the planet Ansion, as a communications expert, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (APS)

one of the nomadic tribes of humans that descended from Old Corellians on Socorro. They were the most technologically advanced of the nomadic tribes, as evidenced by the existence of the starport in Vakeyya located in the middle of their tribal holdings. They were also known to be one of the most nomadic of the four main tribes, and each family traveled a great deal of the Doaba Badlands during each generation. This wandering gave them a great deal of skill in scouting and hunting, and their ability to understand technology made them valuable guides to non-Socorrans. (BSS)

Ibhann'I Tribal Lands
these lands were owned by the Ibhann'I tribe, on the planet Socorro. The land was located near Vakeyya. (BSS)

this was a species of long-bodied, lizard-like amphibian native to the planet Tatooine. Ibians subsisted on insects and dust mites. (WSW)

Ibikki zum abbimikim?
this was a Kubazi phrase that translated roughly into Basic as, "Where is the nearest restroom?" (MIS6)

this star was the central body of the Endor System, located in the Moddell Sector of the Outer Rim Territories. (GORW)

this was one of the most common surnames found among the human population of Corellia. (GMR9)

this huge mollusk inhabited the swamps of Randorn 2. Its shell measured two meters across, and its tentacles added another three meters in length. Its shell was coiled and chambered, and the creature's fleshy body stuck out the open end. The Mizx who inhabit the planet believe that the ibliton was the avatar of Hershoon the Destroyer, created from Hershoon's demented soul in order to perpetuate his legacy. In reality, the ibliton predate the Mizx by several millennia, and the fossil record indicated that forerunners of the ibliton existed 600,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Their bodies are segmented and insectoid, with armor plating covering all but the four tentacles. Their segmented legs end in sharp, knife-like talons, and allow them to walk along the ground. The ibliton display a form of raw cunning in their predatory actions, and have been known to attack explorers in ambush attacks. (COG)

this blue-skinned humanoid was a member of the Mon Calamari race. She joined Alliance as a B-wing pilot shortly before the Battle of Endor. Ibtisam had highly modified her B-Wing, but all the modifications couldn't keep her from being shot down during the second wave of Imperial attacks over Endor. Ibtisam survived, and remained with the Alliance as an X-Wing pilot. Following the recovery of the Eidolon, Ibtisam joined Rogue Squadron. When Ibtisam met Nrin Vakil, the two Rogues couldn't escape their species' continual rivalry, but never succumbed to petty bickering. Ibtisam and Nrin became fast friends, and could take up opposite sides of nearly any issue and argue about it in a vehement, yet friendly, manner. Ibtisam was killed when the Rogues were dispatched to rescue Sate Pestage from Ciutric, but were ambushed by forces led by Admiral Krennel. (XWWP, XWMR, IR)

meaning "a sunset seen from beneath shallow waters", this was a common female name among the Mon Calamari race. (GCG)

this was the designation of Veril Line Systems' civil-industrial construction droid. Measuring ten meters in height and thirty meters in length, this huge automaton moved about on four heavy-duty treads. The I-C2 was developed as an alternate to the massive construction droids produced by the Empire, during the rebuilding of Imperial City. Where the Imperial droids were made to bulldoze through rubble and reconstruct it, the I-C2 was given advanced programming and independent thought, allowing it assess a situation and make the necessary repairs without requiring the intervention of a central office. (FTD)

this Imperial document was required for any being who dealt in the transport and sale of exotic creatures. (SWJ3)

Icanis Tsur
this Mugaari pirate leader led his band of criminals through the Javin and Anoat Sectors during the early years of the New Order. His ship, the 80-Vag, became lost in the Hoth Belt, stranding Tsur and his thirty-being crew until their starved to death. The ship's remains provided a wealth of salvage for many Squib teams, until the Alliance arrived to establish Echo Base on Hoth. (WOA33)

this race of humanoids was distinguished by the scales which surrounded their eyes in a diamond-shaped pattern. The wealth of the tribe is held in small gemstones and beads, and woven into the hair of their queen. The tribe's wealth is immeasureable, and many of the galaxy's most corrupt beings desired to cut her hair and steal the jewels. Individual Icarii can survive dismemberment for long periods of time, and the strongest can even have their heads removed. The head could remain alive for several months before eventually dying. Shortly before the Battle of Yavin, Darth Vader ordered the destruction of the Icarii. General Nim commanded the operation, but allowed Colonel Karda to carry out the plans. Karda promptly poisoned the tribe and took Selestrine, their queen, hostage, hoping to gain profit through her ability to foresee the future. She hoped to die like the rest of her tribe, and tried to commit suicide by taking the same poison Karda had usedon her people. Karda discovered her plan, and managed to sever her head before it could be poisoned. He escaped with her head encased in a life-sustaining casket. However, after Karda killed Nim in an effort to retain possession of the head, he fled the Empire and was marked a fugitive. (EOE)

Icaris Tool and Drive
this small corporation supplied parts and industrial intelligence to Subpro Corporation, during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was believed that Icaris once tried to steal the prototype Onyx Star in order to produce the Z-95 Headhunter for itself, but there was never any evidence to support this accusation. Nonetheless, Icaris went bankrupt about three years before the Yuuzhan Vong invaded the galaxy. (GMR5)

this woman was one of the many gladiator fighters chosen by Ajuur the Hutt to compete in his events, during the height of the Great Sith War. Ice was known as a devious fighter, and often hid a blaster inside her clothing in case a fight got out of hand. (KOTOR)

Ice Blaster
an alcoholic beverage made from Sullustan gin. (TJP)

Ice Crypts
this famous landmark was found on the planet Coruscant, located beneath the Hasamadhi District near the planet's southern polar icecap. Xenoarchaeologists believed that the Ice Crypts were the ancient burial grounds of the Zhell who once lived on Coruscant. The Zhell, it was thought, retreated into the caves after they were defeated during their battle with the Taungs. It was believed that the Zhell simply buried themselves alive, because many specimens were found wearing complete battle armor. (SOL, CCW)

Ice Cube, The
this was a derogatory term used by cold Alliance agents to denote the GlitterFall base on Elbara Nine. (HAS)

Ice Dragon
a ferocious creature native to the planet Toloran. (DFRSB)

Ice Edge Flightknife
this group of Adumari Blade-32 fighters served aboard the Allegiance during the defense of Adumar. (SOA)

Ice Modrol
this was a species of predator imported to the planet Neftali shortly before the fall of the Old Republic. Their paws were studded with sharp talons which could cut the spine of a mariqar snow q'lk in one muscular swipe. Large specimens of ice modrol could grow to five meters in height or more. (BSS)

Ice Moon
a form of gemstone found in the Hapes Cluster. (JE)

Ice Puppy
a creature native to Toola, and hunted by the Whiphids. (TJP)

Ice Scrabbler
this large, warm-blooded reptile inhabited the planet Hoth, living in the icy caves of its frozen surface. Note that the Alien Anthology indicates that the ice scrabbler was a mammal, not a warm-blooded reptile. These canine rodents had wide, clawed paws and drooping ears. They were distinguished by the bony ridge that ran along their spine, and could be raised and lowered by specialized back muscles. This allowed the males of the species to show off their ridges during mating season, discouraging rival males while attracting females. Ice scrabblers fed on the lichens that grew inside Hoth's icy caves, and had incredibly well-developed olfactory organs to help them sniff out food. (WOTC, ANT, MC78)

Ice Spike
this specially-made explosive was used by ice fisherman on the planet Neftali. The spikes used specially-shaped charges to blast a hole through the ice which covered the Beija Seas, which was often a meter or more thick. (BSS)

Ice Station Beta
this Imperial outpost was found on the planet Anteevy. Kyle Katarn infiltrated this outpost while trying to discover the source of the darktroopers. (DF)

Ice Storm
a division of Imperial Cold Assault Stormtroopers. (SWSB)

Ice Tiger
a Toolan predator. (TJP)

Ice Walker
12-legged automatons used to travel on the ice plains of Belsavis, they resemble huge, low-slung insects. (COJ)

Ice Worm
this immense worm was considered the deadliest predator on the planet Akuria Two. Ice worms created a network of burrows through the icy surface of the planet, adding to the danger of walking on open ice. Nearly extinct by the time of the Galactic Civil War, ice worms were gargantuan slugs that moved about on a series of stubby pseudopods that served to push its bulk through its burrows. The mouth of the green-skinned ice worm was filled with heavy teeth, and was surrounded by short tentcles. (PZZ2, MCI4)

Iceberg Four
this frozen, rocky planet was considered to be the eighth and outermost world in the Calamari System. (GORW)

Iceberg Four Battle Group
this was one of the many subdivisions of the Galactic Alliance's combined naval forces, in action during the defense of Mon Calamari from attack by the Yuuzhan Vong. (UF)

Iceberg One
this icy planetoid was considered to be the third world in the Calamari System. It was orbited by a single moon. (GORW)

Iceberg Three
this was the Galactic Alliance's codename for a rendezvous point located in the area known as Mon Calamari Extreme, just beyond the edges of the Calamari star system. Iceberg Three was considered an orbital body of the Calamari System, although many astronomers considered it little more than a captured comet. It was the seventh body in the system. It was just outside Iceberg Three's orbit that the Mon Calamari Extreme checkpoint was established. (UF, GORW)

Iceberg Three Battle Group
this was one of the many subdivisions of the Galactic Alliance's combined naval forces, in action during the defense of Mon Calamari from attack by the Yuuzhan Vong. (UF)

Iceberg Two
this icy planetoid was considered to be the fourth world in the Calamari System. (GORW)

this is another name for a stylus ship. (VP)

a species native to the planet Ediorung, icefish are often caught and poached as a delicacy. (TJP)

Iceflake Inn
this expensive vacation spot was located near the polar ice cap found on the planet Coruscant. It provided vacationers with access to a number of traditionally winter sports and activities, but they were available year-round. (CCW)

Iceglaze Base
this was the codename for the collection of icy caves and tunnels that made up Salmakk's secondary base on Hoth, during the era of the New Order. Iceglaze was located near the entrance to a vast dragon-slug warren, allowing easy access to the lumni-spice that could be found there. (WOA34)

this was the name used by the Ewoks to describe the minions of the Snow King. (ECAR)

this was a kind of incredibly clear gemstone. (AOW)

this crustacean was native to the polar seas of the planet Calamari. (T)

this bounty hunter hailed from the Nord System, although he spent most of his career in the Minos Cluster. No one was sure if his monicker was derived from the way he "iced" his quarries or from his complete lack of emotion and personality. He had no mercy, and was determined to maintain a perfect capture record as a bounty hunter. (GG6)

this was the name used by the Chiss to describe the underground travel routes excavated on their homeworld of Csilla. The iceways were bored through the bedrock of the planet, so that they were unaffected by the shifting ice found on the planet's surface. Speciallized carriages moved passengers and cargo through the tunnels. (FH2)

a thin, wirelike creature native to the planet Hoth. They burrow through the ice that covers the planet, leaving behind a series of thin tunnels. When the windstorms blow across the ice, it creates an eerie music as it whistles through the iceworm's tunnels. (ISU)

Ichalin Station
located in the Fakir Sector, this space station was the site of one of Yansan's terrorist actions against the Alliance. (AIR)

this barren ball of rock was the eighth and outermost planet of the Axum System, located in the Core Worlds. (CCW)

this is the science of farming specialty fishes for food. It was the chief form of employment at the Halanit settlement. (BW)

Ichtor 8
this planet was best-known as the womeworld of the attack stohl species. The Empire also established a resort on the planet for the ultra-rich humans of the galaxy. (COG)

Icicle, The
this was one of two cantinas which were located in the outpost settlement of Elesa, on Ando Prime, during the early years of the New Order. (GMR2)

Ickabel G'ont
one of the Bith playing with Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes, Ickabel played the Fanfar. (TME)

Leia Organa Solo had to deal with this petty tyrant, during her tenure as Chief of State of the New Republic. (VP)

this Cybot Galactica General Utility Droid was first designed as an Imperial City maintenance droid, thus its designation IC-M. It was strange in its construction, in that it has two "heads" which face each other. One has optical sensors, while the other has a screen for data display. This allowed the droid to view the plans and blueprints it is working with while it works. Cylindrical in shape and standing just under two meters in height, the IC-M was equipped with a variety of manipulation arms and extendible tools, and its torso could telescope upward to allow the droid to reach high places. (JASB, EGD)

Icon, The
this was the name of Drac Gerrat's fishing vessel. (LFC)

this was one of the many Bothan clans. Membership in the clan was denoted by the suffix 'cra added to an individual's family name. (GCG, WOTC)

the leaves of this tall plant grow on branches that begin more than two meters from the ground. (UP)

Icy Moon
this Sienar Fleet System light patrol ship was owned by the bounty hunter Rafe Finna. (FBS)

ID Profile
a starship's relevant data, combined in a single transmission that is transmitted via the ship's transponder. (HSE)

this was one of the many repair droids that were owned by Star Tours, during the Galactic Civil War. (ST)

Idalli Kodrue
this was a noted Baragwin individual. (UANT)

Idan, Belsed-Qan
this Jedi Master, along with Kit Fisto, led a task force to Vuchelle to put a stop to the Iridium Pirates who were ambushing Old Republic supply convoys during the year leading up to the Clone Wars. Master Idan and Fisto were aboard the Monitor III when it took heavy damage from a power gem, but managed to escape the ship and return to Coruscant. Master Idan, who was also serving as the Watchman of the planet Aargau, returned to a firestorm of opinions when his absence was blamed for the death of Senator Aks Moe on Aargau. (HNN4, HNN5)

Idanian, Jenos
one of the early aliases used by Han Solo, during his tenure with Garris Shrike. He later used the alias as a legitimate identity when he and Bria Tharen fled Ylesia. As Jenos, he sold off the artifacts they had taken from Teroenza's museum. The identify of Idanian was eventually discovered by Rostek Horn, who provided it to Corran Horn in order to get him off Corellia during search for Mirax Terrik. (TPS, IJ)

Idd, Lonn
this man, a noted scientist during the early years of the New Order, was known for his skills in developing all manner of droids and automata. He used specialized lasers in much of his research, a fact that Tig Fromm decided to use to his advantage. Believing that Lonn Idd was a helpless old man who lived with his two children, Vik and Nikki, aboard a space station, Fromm and his gang tried to bully Lonn into providing his lasers to their starships. Lonn refused, and his children - with the help fo R2-D2 and C-3PO - defeated Tig Fromm and saved their station. (MDCAR)

Idd, Nikki
this young girl and her brother, Vik, worked as starpilots for their father, during the decade leading up to the Battle of Yavin. They befriended the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO while transporting them to their father's space station, and together they managed to defeat Tig Fromm's plans to steal their father's lasers. (MDCAR)

Idd, Vik
this young boy and his sister, Nikki, worked as starpilots for their father, during the decade leading up to the Battle of Yavin. They befriended the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO while transporting them to their father's space station, and together they managed to defeat Tig Fromm's plans to steal their father's lasers. (MDCAR)

Idellian Arrays
this small corporation produced a wide range of lifeform scanners. (ROE)

developed during the second decade of the New Republic, this form of personal identification was imbedded in a smart card that carried all of an individual's required data. (REC)

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