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this legendary armory ship was a massive transport ship used to carry all of Alderaan's weapons off-planet. A converted Alderaanian War Frigate, it was programmed to continually jump through hyperspace until called home by Alderaan's council of elders. It was accompanied during this time by three Alderaanian warships, which were slave-circuited together. The Another Chance was manned by a collection of droid workers, programmed to maintain the ship and protect it against unauthorized entry. Many of the stories of ghost ships near the Alderaan system report seeing this ship. The Another Chance was actually recovered by Alliance sympathizers shortly before the Alliance's defeats at Derra IV and Hoth, when Orinn Tathis returned to the Graveyard of Alderaan in an effort to locate the remote calling device. He hoped to turn the weapons carried within the ship over to the Alliance, in an effort to help them fight back against the Empire.
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this was the name used for the rebuilt settlement of Newest Hopetown, on the planet Ennth.
Another Idiot's Array 2
this was one of the worst holofilms of the Old Republic, produced in the years leading up to the Clone Wars.
Anthropology of Engineering, The
this work of non-fiction was written by Jo Ewsli, and was based on his experiences with the design and development of the I-7 Howlrunner starfighter.
Antikra the Egglayer
this was the most important of the Vashan deities. The luminous mandibles of Antikra were considered blessed by the Vashans, since it wsa from the mouth of Antikra that the Vashan people were born.
this was one of the major skyways found within the city of Efavan, on the planet Vorzyd 5. It circled the Old Bronzan district of the city, and carried passengers from the Farain Skyway to other parts of the city.
Arena of the Mind
this unusual edifice was established by the Ropagu near the city of Ropagis, for use in the culture-wide debates which replaced open warfare in their society. There is seating for 10,000 Ropagu, which flock to the arena to witness intellectual debates between scholars and philosophers. Off-world guest speakers are sometimes invited to join the debates, and there are a number of translation facilities available.
this section of the Kkowir Forest was set aside by the Kerritamba tribe as a training ground and combat facility for the Wookiees who lived in Kerritamba Village.
Armatin the Dread
this retired smuggler owned the slava bar in Esau's Ridge, on Tholatin, during the Black Fleet Crisis.
this was one of the few subspecies of vrblthers which remained native to the planet Varl. This species evolved a thick, armored skin over the generations, as a result of remaining on the planet's surface and eking out an existence in the radiation-blasted ecosystem. These hunch-backed bipeds were essentially reptilian in nature, resembling the base-stock vrblthers which were transported to Nar Shaddaa and Nal Hutta. However, the claws of the armored vrblther were extremely sharp, and their tails were studded with sharp spikes. One unusual aspect of this creature was the fact that the armored scales we thick enough that radioactive materials sometimes became lodged in between them, making them mobile sources of radiation. Armored vrblthers survived by attacking and eating anything in their paths, although they usually fed on the Nikto and Twi'lek nomads which lived on Varl's surface.