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an Imperial-I class Star Destroyer stationed at the Maw Installation by Grand Moff Tarkin, the Gorgon was the flagship of Admiral Daala, under the command of Commander Kratas. It suffered major damage when the Cauldron Nebula was destroyed by the Sun Crusher, and was further damaged when Daala tried to defend the Maw Installation. The ship was loaded with information on the weapons designed at the Maw and brought to the Core Systems, where it was briefly added to High Admiral Teradoc's fleet before being scrapped.
(JS, DA, COTF, NEGC)
this was one of the Nebulon-B frigates which were used by the Imperial Navy, during the height of the Galactic Civil War.
this tree, native to the planet Gamorr, was favored by the Gamorreans for its dense, thick wood, which was used to form the handle of a thogk club.
the females of this species of avian get so heavy after laying their eggs that they tend to wobble when they fly. This flight pattern is merely a ruse, meant to lure predators to the mother and away from her nest.
this fermented Wookiee beverage is considered mild, although it packs a wallop to humans.
a native of Salliche, this woman served as a squadron leader of the X-Wing forces sent to Kal'Shebbol to take down Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne some four years after the Battle of Endor. After Sarne's escape, Ranna joined the crew of the corvette FarStar as a pilot and gunner. She was a graduate of the Imperial Academy on Raithal, but joined the Alliance because she thought it was the right thing to do. Ranna was a cocky pilot known by the nickname "Wing-Ripper," who formed a grudging respect for Kaiya Adrimetrum, but remained a loner aboard the ship until she struck up a relationship with Darryn Thyte. She was also known for her sabacc playing, although much of the crew found her ability to win quite annoying.
(DARK, KO, KR)
this Gorothite organization, whose name literally meant "Committee for Free Goroth," tried to resist Imperial and corporate control of Goroth Prime by taking the middle road. The leaders of the Gor'Jen'Ar understood that passive resistance would never win against the offworlders, but chose not to become a militant organization like the T'B'Dellyi'Mai. They feared that the actions of the T'B'Dellyi'Mai would force the Empire to bring down a vicious reprisal that would harm the Gorothite people badly. However, the Gor'Jen'Ar had no qualms about "killing for the cause," and was suspected to have been behind several corporate "accidents."
a tavern frequented by Platt Okeefe and Dirk Harkness, during the Galactic Civil War.
this tasty ale was brewed on the planet Cularin, during the height of the Clone Wars. It earned the Year's Best Expansion Export award during the this time, although few of Cularin's natives actually drank it.
this Kitonak name was common across Kirdo III.