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this was one of the many games developed by the Jedi Knights of the Old Republic for developing the Force sensitivities of young students. The idea was for a student to use the Force to move a feather around. The game was meant to attune a student to the slightest changes in balance and pressure, and to train students to use an opponent's energy against them rather than blocking the opponent's energy with greater energy.
Qalsneek the Bull
this ancient Jedi Master was a native of the planet Dellalt, and a member of the race of Swimming People that inhabited the planet's oceans. Master Qalsneek was later discovered to have imparted his knowledge into a holocron made of sea-crystals, when the holocron was discovered in the ruins of Derem City, on Kamino, during an archaeological expedition that took place many years before the Battle of Naboo.
this was the nickname of the Alliance's DVL-181 outpost.
located in an underwater cavern near the core of the planet Naboo, this was where the Gungans sent their criminals to be punished. During their time there, Gungans were forced to break large stones into small grains of sand, then form them back into stones again. Until Jar Jar Binks was ordered to spent time in the Quarry for letting the specimens of the Otoh Gunga Zoological Research Facility loose, no Gungan had been sent to the Quarry for three generations. Many Gungans had considered the Quarry to horrendous a punishment, but Boss Nass decided that it would be perfect to try and straighten out Jar Jar. Most of the passages into or out of the Quarry were blocked by grates or bars.
Queen of the Valkyries
this was the name of the starship promised to Belezaboth Ourn by Nil Spaar. The ship was to be payment for the damage done to the Mother's Valkyrie. Spaar kept the starship in the Yevethan fleet protecting N'zoth, claiming it was needed to defend the Yevetha from the New Republic's Fifth Battle Group. This also served to keep Ourn on Coruscant, providing Spaar with a ready source of information on the Republic.
Quetemoor the Elder
this woman was the oldest child of Quetemoor the Venerable, and the heir to his criminal empire on the planet Coruscant, during the early years of the New Order.
Quetemoor the Sub-Elder
this pale-skinned man was one of Coruscant's wealthiest nightclub owners, during the last years of the Old Republic and into the New Order. Like Volven Roxe and Beuga Odell, Quetemoor made his fortune without the intervention of the Hutts. Quetemoor was the latest in a long line of Mugaari criminals, and was the first to arrange for a sort of truce with Black Sun's Prince Xizor. He was outwardly known for his boisterous laughter and robust sense of humor, but he could also be brutally sadistic when necessary.
Quetemoor the Venerable
this Mugaari crimelord was one of the major underworld forces on the planet Coruscant, during the decades leading up to the Clone Wars. Upon retiring, he turned his operations over to his children, Quetemoor the Elder and Quetemoor the Sub-Elder.
Quetemoor the Younger
this man was the nephew of Mugaari crimelord Quetemoor the Sub-Elder.
Rage of the Shadow Warriors
this ancient, epic anthem that was based on a poem about the Taungs, and became part of the Mandalorian culture. It was recited for generations, and was eventually adopted by the clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic as an anthem of brotherhood.