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Brotherhood of the Sith
formed by Exar Kun, these were disillusioned Jedi Knights who chose to learn the dark lore of the Sith.
Brother-In-Law Shipping Company
this was the literally-translated name of the only exporters of life-crystals, based in the city of Teguta Lusat, on Rafa IV during the early years of the New Order.
Brothers of the Sith
this was the title used by the so-called "twins", Gorc and Pic, during their tenure as part of Jerec's band of Dark Jedi.
this man worked as a smuggler for many years, during the end of the Galactic Civil War and into the era of the New Republic, until his ship broke down and the reapirs were too expensive. He was stranded on Ord Mantell, and spent most of his time and his remaining credits on drinks at the Mud Puddle cantina. He was tell anybody who would listen - and buy another round of drinks - about his travels to Wayland and the Mount Tantiss warehouse. Among those who paid for his stories was the rogue Jedi trainee, Dal Konur.
this was the term used by the ancient Sandpeople to describe the Rakatans who arrived on Tatooine many millennia before the Galactic Civil War. According to legend, the Rakatans tried to enslave the Sandpeople, who fought back and regained their freedom. During the search for the Star Forge, some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin, it was discovered that many races used the term "Builders" to refer to the Rakatan. Runes found on Dantooine and histories on Manaan also held references to the Builders, providing more clues about the Rakatan civilization's impact on the rest of the galaxy.
this was the nickname given to Imperial space platform 1B6/Green, located in Darpa Sector near the border with Bormea Sector.
Burning Deck, The
a run-down drinking establishment in the Corellian sector of Nar Shaddaa's spaceport. It is one of the three most popular hangouts for Corellian spacers, and is a dismal, crowded bar.
this was the name given to a torture method in which a blaster was set to its lowest power output. The weapon was then used to burn the flesh from the victim's bones. The blaster's beam was set so that the bone remained intact but scorched, and the victim could see what was happening to them. Very few victims ever withheld information when tortured by this method. The person administering the torture usually started at the toes and worked their way up the leg toward the chest and head.
this was the name given to a specific arc of the unusual, figure-eight orbit of the planet Byss. During the period of The Burning, the planet moved directly between the twin stars of Byss and Abyss, baking with heat and radiation until most of the planet was scorched.
this space station was located in Thaereian space during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was known as one of the nastiest places a being could ever visit, and all manner of criminal activities occurred within its bulkheads: spice smuggling, slave trading, gunrunning, and information brokering were just the beginning. What made the existence of The Burnout hard to understand was the Thaereian Military's public stance against any sort of criminal activity. If the Military was so worried about protection, reasoned the natives of the Cularin System, why did it allowed something like The Burnout to exist in its own backyard?