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Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker // The Force The Force The Force is a mysterious energy field created by life that binds the galaxy together. Harnessing the power of the Force gives the Jedi, the Sith, and others sensitive to this spiritual energy extraordinary abilities, such as levitating objects, tricking minds, and seeing things before they happen. While the Force can grant users powerful abilities, it also directs their actions. And it has a will of its own, which both scholars and mystics have spent millennia seeking to understand. databank General Hux General Hux Young and ruthless, General Hux is a believer in technology, and eagerly awaits the day when the First Order’s innovations will help bring down the remnants of the New Republic and the Resistance – a victory he believes will also lead to his ruling the galaxy. His increasingly poisonous rivalry with Kylo Ren causes him to take a desperate gamble. databank C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO longs for more peaceful times, but his continued service to the Resistance — and his knowledge of more than seven million forms of communication — keeps the worry-prone droid in the frontlines of galactic conflict. Programmed for etiquette and protocol, Threepio was built by a young Anakin Skywalker, and has been a constant companion to astromech R2-D2. Over the years, he was involved in some of the galaxy’s most defining moments and thrilling battles. Since the Empire’s defeat, C-3PO has served Leia Organa, head of a Resistance spy ring aimed at undermining the First Order. databank The First Order The First Order The New Republic’s rise reduced the once-mighty Empire to a rump state hemmed in by strict disarmament treaties and punishing reparations. But in the galaxy’s Unknown Regions, former Imperial officers, nobles and technologists plotted a return to power, building fleets and armies in secret. This movement became the First Order, ruled by Supreme Leader Snoke, and is now ready to reclaim the Imperial legacy. databank Mustafar Mustafar A tiny, fiery planet in the Outer Rim, Mustafar maintains an erratic orbit between two gas giants. Mustafar is rich in unique and valuable minerals which have long been mined by the Tech Union. Its lava pits and rivers make this planet a dangerous habitat; its natives have burly, tough bodies that can withstand extreme heat. The planet became the backdrop for the fateful duel between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. After the rise of the Empire, captured Jedi were brought to the volcanic world for interrogation and execution. databank Nien Nunb Nien Nunb A native of Sullust, Nien Nunb was a smuggler who fought for both the Rebel Alliance and the Resistance during his long career. An expert pilot, he served as Lando Calrissian’s co-pilot aboard the Millennium Falcon during the Battle of Endor, flew an X-wing in the raid on Starkiller Base and survived the First Order’s assault on Crait. He was then killed fighting for freedom at Exegol. databank Trudgen’s vibrocleaver Trudgen’s vibrocleaver Trudgen’s massive vibrocleaver is an intimidating weapon even before its wielder activates its ultrasonic capabilities. Trudgen often carries his great blade propped on one shoulder, a promise of devastation that reduces his enemies to quaking fear. databank Kuruk’s blaster rifle Kuruk’s blaster rifle Kuruk’s customized weapon is ideal for sniping, as befits the best marksman of the Knights of Ren. It can also deliver plasma bolts through a pump-action launcher, and has a rapid-fire mode for close-quarters combat. databank BB-8 BB-8 A skittish but loyal astromech, BB-8 accompanied Poe Dameron on many missions for the Resistance, helping to keep his X-wing in working order. When Poe’s mission to Jakku ended with his capture by the First Order, BB-8 fled into the desert with a vital clue to the location of Luke Skywalker. He rejoined Poe in time for the attack on Starkiller Base, then helped Rey locate Skywalker’s planet of exile. As the Resistance rebuilt its forces after the Battle of Crait, BB-8 helped both Poe and Rey. databank Vicrul’s scythe Vicrul’s scythe Made of tough steel shot through with phrik and beskar, Vicrul’s trademark scythe channels vibrosonic energy to make it more lethal in combat. The “harvester” of the Knights of Ren also carries a blaster pistol for long-distance battles. databank Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural, and Sheev Palpatine is the most infamous follower of its doctrines. Scheming, powerful, and evil to the core, Darth Sidious restored the Sith and destroyed the Jedi Order. Living a double life, he was also Palpatine, a Naboo Senator and phantom menace. He manipulated the political system of the Galactic Republic until he was named Supreme Chancellor — and eventually Emperor – and ruled the galaxy through fear and tyranny. The galaxy rejoiced when he died at the Battle of Endor, but Sidious had cheated death and patiently plotted a return to power. databank Finn Finn Committed to the cause of the Resistance, Finn fights alongside his closest friends in the struggle to defeat the First Order, the evil regime he once served as a stormtrooper. As FN-2187, he was trained from birth to serve the First Order, but a skirmish on Jakku awakened his conscience and drove him down a different path, one that proved both heroic and dangerous. databank Resistance Pilots Resistance Pilots Heirs to the legacy of the Rebel Alliance, the Resistance’s starfighter corps gathered freedom fighters determined to counter the growing threat of the First Order. The Resistance’s pilot ranks were filled by Alliance veterans, disillusioned former New Republic officers, and adventure seekers from every corner of the galaxy. databank Ushar’s war club Ushar’s war club A brutishly simple and effective weapon, Ushar’s war club is a studded length of metal topped with a pommel that can store and then unleash kinetic energy in a deadly concussive wave. databank Jedi texts Jedi texts The fabled founding texts of the Jedi Order were sheltered from Ahch-To’s weather by the huge trunk of a once-mighty uneti tree. This collection of ancient tomes was painstakingly assembled by Luke Skywalker, but became a burden and a torment to him. Luke vowed to burn down the library, but repeatedly found himself unable to do so – until Yoda’s spirit called down lightning to do it for him. Luke didn’t know the library was empty: Rey had already spirited the Jedi texts to safety aboard the Millennium Falcon. She then studied them as part of her own training, learning of techniques such as Force healing and the existence of secret worlds such as Exegol. databank Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker was a Tatooine farmboy who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the greatest Jedi the galaxy has ever known. Along with his friends Princess Leia and Han Solo, Luke battled the evil Empire, discovered the truth of his parentage, and ended the tyranny of the Sith. A generation later, the location of the famed Jedi master was one of the galaxy’s greatest mysteries. Haunted by Ben Solo’s fall to evil and convinced the Jedi had to end, Luke sought exile on a distant world, ignoring the galaxy’s pleas for help. But his solitude would be interrupted – and Luke Skywalker had one final, momentous role to play in the struggle between good and evil. databank Rose Tico Rose Tico A maintenance tech with a talent for tinkering, Rose Tico joined the Resistance with her sister Paige after the First Order devastated her home system. A chance encounter with Finn pushed her onto the front lines of the new galactic civil war – and her sister’s death caused her to redouble her efforts for the Resistance cause. databank Supreme Leader Kylo Ren Supreme Leader Kylo Ren The son of Han Solo and Leia Organa, Ben Solo was seduced by the dark side of the Force and renamed himself Kylo Ren: leader of the Knights of Ren, champion of the First Order, and apprentice to Supreme Leader Snoke. Driven to destroy the past, Kylo killed his father and his master, supplanting Snoke as Supreme Leader. But he remained haunted by his father’s death, his connection with the mysterious Rey, and the pull of the good in himself. In time, all three would help Ben Solo return to the light. databank Han Solo Han Solo Han Solo rose from an impoverished childhood on the mean streets of Corellia to become one of the heroes of the Rebel Alliance. As captain of the Millennium Falcon, Han and his co-pilot Chewbacca came to believe in the cause of galactic freedom, joining Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa in the fight against the Empire. After the Battle of Endor, Han faced difficult times in a chaotic galaxy, leading to a shattering confrontation with his estranged son Ben. databank Tantive IV Tantive IV Both Bail Organa and his adopted daughter Leia used this Alderaanian starship on public missions for the Senate and secret ones for the Alliance. Leia became famous for mercy missions undertaken aboard the Tantive IV, but the Empire suspected her altruistic acts were cover for treasonous activities. After the Tantive IV intercepted rebel transmissions of the Death Star plans at Scarif, Darth Vader captured the blockade runner above Tatooine. A generation later, Leia reclaimed her ship. It was destroyed at the Battle of Exegol. databank Skywalker lightsaber Skywalker lightsaber Anakin Skywalker carried this blue-bladed Jedi weapon throughout the Clone Wars. After dueling his former apprentice on Mustafar, Obi-Wan Kenobi took Anakin’s lightsaber and kept it on Tatooine for nearly two decades. He gave it to Luke Skywalker, who lost it when Darth Vader struck off his son’s hand in Cloud City. The lightsaber then became part of Maz Kanata’s collection of Jedi curios, where it called to the scavenger Rey. She wielded it in defeating Kylo Ren, then brought it to Ahch-To and offered it back to Luke. When he refused it, Rey carried the ancient weapon herself. The lightsaber sheared apart when Rey and Kylo struggled for possession of it aboard the Supremacy, but Rey reforged it as she continued her Jedi training. databank R2-D2 R2-D2 A reliable and versatile astromech droid, R2-D2 has served Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker, and Luke Skywalker in turn, showing great bravery in rescuing his masters and their friends from many perils. A skilled starship mechanic and fighter pilot’s assistant, he has an unlikely but enduring friendship with the fussy protocol droid C-3PO. databank Sith Sith An ancient order of Force-wielders devoted to the dark side, the Sith practice hate, deception, and greed. Notable for their red-bladed lightsabers, black dress, and use of their aggressive feelings, the Sith look to amass power at all costs. The evil Darth Sidious, along with his apprentice Darth Vader, achieved the Sith goal of galactic conquest after a millennia of plotting. databank Rey Rey Seemingly abandoned by her parents on Jakku, Rey grew up a scavenger amid the wreckage of war. Her life changed when she agreed to help a droid on an urgent mission for the Resistance. Rey discovered she was powerful in the Force, and sought out the vanished Jedi Master Luke Skywalker to train her. That ended in disappointment, as did her attempt to bring Kylo Ren back to the light. But the resilient Rey continued her training and learned the truth about her parentage and her mysterious connection with Kylo. She then faced her greatest test: a confrontation with fear and evil that would determine the galaxy’s fate. databank Kylo Ren’s modified TIE whisper Kylo Ren’s modified TIE whisper Supreme Leader Kylo Ren speeds into battle aboard a TIE whisper modified to his exacting specifications, boasting increased range, speed, and firepower than the standard model. The whisper carries sensor-confusing technology that allows Ren to avoid enemy detection. databank Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian may have come late to the fight against the Empire, but his role in destroying the second Death Star cemented his reputation as a hero. In his youth, Lando was a sportsman seeking a fortune at the sabacc tables. After he lost his beloved ship to Han Solo, Lando spent years living the high life and pursuing get-rich-quick schemes, with uneven results. He went semi-respectable as the baron administrator of Cloud City, only to be drawn into the fight against the Empire. After a personal tragedy, Lando sought solace in isolation on Pasaana, unaware that the galaxy would need him again. databank Exegol Exegol Deep in the Unknown Regions, Exegol remains one of the oldest Sith worlds, home to a massive citadel filled with ancient, crumbling statuary and a still viable enclave of Sith cultists intent on carrying out Darth Sidious’s plot. databank X-wing Starfighter X-wing Starfighter The X-wing is a versatile Rebel Alliance starfighter that balances speed with firepower. Armed with four laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers, the X-wing can take on anything the Empire throws at it. Nimble engines give the X-wing an edge during dogfights, and it can make long-range jumps with its hyperdrive and its astromech droid co-pilot. Luke Skywalker is famous for destroying the Death Star behind the controls of an X-wing. databank The Resistance The Resistance A small, secretive private military force, the Resistance was founded by rebel hero Leia Organa to monitor the actions of the First Order. Most New Republic power brokers tolerate the Resistance while regarding Organa and her fighters as dead-enders with an unfortunate fixation on the past. Organa’s cash-strapped movement relies on credits, ships and equipment quietly funneled to it from the few senators who share her concerns. Resistance starfighters destroyed Starkiller Base, but the First Order’s retaliatory attack on D’Qar reduced its forces to a handful of brave freedom fighters. databank General Engell General Engell An admirer of Kylo Ren’s, Amret Engell has assumed responsibility for stormtrooper training after the death of Captain Phasma. She sees each new world liberated by the First Order as a source of valuable children to be trained as soldiers for Ren’s regime. databank Jedi Order Jedi Order A noble order of protectors unified by their ability to tap into the power of the Force, the Jedi Order were the guardians of peace and justice in the Galactic Republic. The age of the Jedi would end, however, due to a nefarious plot by the Sith Lord Darth Sidious. databank Poe Dameron Poe Dameron A Resistance starfighter ace, Poe Dameron is one of Leia Organa’s most-trusted operatives. He can fly anything – which is fortunate given how often his headstrong nature leads him into trouble. Poe leads the attack that destroys Starkiller Base, but soon finds himself on the run from the First Order. Sidelined without his beloved X-wing, he learns tough lessons about leadership, heroism and sacrifice. Those lessons will prove essential in rebuilding the Resistance before a showdown with the forces of evil at Exegol. databank Millennium Falcon Millennium Falcon An extensively modified Corellian light freighter, the Millennium Falcon is a legend in smuggler circles and is coveted by many for being the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. Despite her humble origins and shabby exterior, the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs has played a role in some of the greatest victories of the Rebel Alliance and the New Republic. The Falcon looks like a worn-out junker, but beneath her hull she’s full of surprises. A succession of owners, including Lando Calrissian and Han Solo, have made special modifications that boosted the freighter’s speed, shielding and firepower to impressive – and downright illegal – levels. The price of such tinkering? The Falcon can be unpredictable, with her hyperdrive particularly balky. Despite her flaws, she’s beloved by her owners – Han Solo and Chewbacca spent years searching the galaxy for the ship they once called home, rejoicing when they finally reclaimed her. databank Tatooine Tatooine A harsh desert world orbiting twin suns in the galaxy’s Outer Rim, Tatooine is a lawless place ruled by Hutt gangsters. Many settlers scratch out a living on moisture farms, while spaceport cities such as Mos Eisley and Mos Espa serve as home base for smugglers, criminals, and other rogues. Tatooine’s many dangers include sandstorms, bands of savage Tusken Raiders, and carnivorous krayt dragons. The planet is also known for its dangerous Podraces, rampant gambling, and legalized slavery. Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker both grew up on Tatooine, and Obi-Wan Kenobi spent years in hiding on this desolate world. databank Wedge Antilles Wedge Antilles A talented young rebel pilot from Corellia, Wedge Antilles survived the attack on the first Death Star to become a respected veteran of Rogue Squadron. He piloted a snowspeeder in the defense of Echo Base on Hoth, and led Red Squadron in the rebel attack on the second Death Star above Endor. databank Chewbacca Chewbacca A legendary Wookiee warrior and Han Solo’s longtime co-pilot, Chewbacca continues to serve as faithful first mate to carry out daring missions against the First Order behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon. Known as Chewie to his closest friends, he was part of a core group of rebels who restored freedom to the galaxy during the reign of the Galactic Empire. Known for his short temper and accuracy with a bowcaster, Chewie also has a big heart and unwavering loyalty to his friends. databank Alazmec Alazmec The Alazmec of Winsit are adherents of the dark side, and particularly devoted pilgrims journey to Darth Vader’s wrecked castle on Mustafar to venerate his memory. These Sith devotees are the guardians of Mustafar’s Corvax Fen, where they have planted irontrees in its scanty soil. They defend its secrets against seekers they consider unworthy – including First Order Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank Death Star II Death Star II Hoping to crush the Rebellion once and for all, the Empire began construction of a second dreaded Death Star near Endor. Emperor Palpatine then leaked word of its construction to the Alliance, hoping to lure rebel forces in and destroy them. The Emperor died at the hands of Darth Vader and the Alliance destroyed the second Death Star, striking a momentous blow for freedom. Decades later, the wreckage of the battle station turned out to hold a perilous secret…. databank Maz Kanata Maz Kanata Maz Kanata is more than a thousand years old, a diminutive being with vast experience at surviving in the underworld. From her castle on Takodana, Maz has seen galactic powers rise and fall and felt the Force ebb and flow, seeking an elusive balance between darkness and light. She has given many a young smuggler a start by offering credits, equipment or connections, and helped many an old friend rediscover a lost path. databank Cardo’s arm cannon Cardo’s arm cannon This customized weapon makes Cardo a walking arsenal, combining a wide-bore flamethrower with a repeating laser cannon that can also launch plasma bolts. It’s the perfect weapon for its bearer, who likes nothing better than to unleash destruction against all enemies in range. databank Ap’lek’s vibro-ax Ap’lek’s vibro-ax Once the property of a feared Mandalorian executioner, Ap’lek’s vibro-ax is now an emblem of the Knights of Ren. Ultrasonic transmission plates vibrate the ax’s blades to give them even greater cutting power. databank Lando’s prod pistol Lando’s prod pistol During Pasaana’s Festival of the Ancestors, Lando Calrissian carries a custom-crafted prod pistol for protection. This weapon uses a bowstring to fire armor-piercing bolts. Its lack of a power pack means it won’t set off blaster detectors – Lando has learned the value of keeping a low profile. databank Bestoon Legacy Bestoon Legacy When Ochi of Bestoon met his end in a vexis burrow on Pasaana, his ship remained where he left it atop a nearby bluff. With the First Order having confiscated the Millennium Falcon, Poe Dameron and Finn revive the Bestoon Legacy for a hasty trip to Kijimi. Rey has a strange feeling that she’s seen the ship before, and will soon discover its story is bound up with her traumatic exile on Jakku. databank Knights of Ren Knights of Ren An enclave of masked warriors wielding distinct weapons for ranged and close­quarter combat, the Knights of Ren are elite, fearsome enforcers of Kylo Ren’s dark will. databank First Order Supreme Council First Order Supreme Council Now that he is Supreme Leader, Kylo Ren has created a cabinet of top First Order military leaders to carry out his orders. This is a change from Snoke’s regime, in which most high-ranking officers knew little of the First Order’s capabilities and goals. Cooperation is new to these proud men and women, and many of High Command’s meetings aboard the Steadfast are marred by sniping and turf wars. databank Sith Eternal Sith Eternal On the lost world of Exegol, Sith cultists gather to venerate the ancient Sith Order and swear fealty to the current Sith Lord. Darth Sidious has built this following into a military weapon during the years of his exile, with a generation of children raised as workers and soldiers in secret shipyards, factories and military camps. By combining these forces with those of the First Order, Sidious will ensure eternal Sith rule. databank UA-TT Walker UA-TT Walker The Urban Assault Tripod Transport is the First Order’s favored ground vehicle for operations in cities, offering an ideal mix of firepower, mobility and defensive capabilities. The three-legged craft’s design draws inspiration from the AT-APs used more than a half-century earlier by the Republic in the Clone Wars. databank vexis vexis Armored with thick scales, these great serpents dwell beneath the sands of Pasaana in networks of tunnels whose walls are hardened by oil excreted from their skins. After Rey and her friends tumble into the burrow of an injured vexis, she instinctively uses the Force to heal the creature, avoiding a dangerous confrontation. databank treadable treadable These lumbering but reliable tracked vehicles are common sights on Pasaana, where they serve as both free-ranging shops and passenger transports. A treadable’s two tracks can be operated independently, allowing the driver to free the vehicle from rocks and sand mires. databank Company 77 Company 77 To ensure perfect obedience, the First Order trains stormtroopers from birth – but even with such brutal conditioning, some soldiers retain a sense of morality. At the Battle of Ansett Island, an entire company mutinied rather than fire on civilians. Led by Jannah, the remnants of Company 77 now live in exile on Kef Bir. When Finn meets Jannah, he is astonished and heartened to learn he wasn’t the only stormtrooper to reject his programming. databank Night Buzzard Night Buzzard The Knights of Ren travel aboard a converted dungeon ship with crudely modified engines that spew noxious smoke – a perfect headquarters for the vicious band of warriors that travel within its ominous black-steeled hull. databank Emperor’s throne room Emperor’s throne room Rising from the north pole of the second Death Star is a 100-story isolation tower reserved for the Emperor, from which he oversees the battle station’s operations. The tower’s four spokes house a throne room, Palpatine’s private chambers, and a vault reserved for Sith artifacts. This throne room was the site of a climactic showdown between Jedi and Sith at the Battle of Endor; decades later, the tower’s corroded ruins could be glimpsed amid wreckage that had come to rest in the oceans of Kef Bir. databank Corvax Fen Corvax Fen One of Mustafar’s few vaguely hospitable places, the Corvax Fen is a bog studded with bleak irontrees, close to the splintered ruins of Darth Vader’s castle. The fen is guarded by a band of cultists devoted to Vader. Amid its swamps, Kylo Ren claims a Sith wayfinder that belonged to his grandfather. databank Force healing Force healing Exploring the Jedi texts, Rey discovers descriptions of Jedi healing techniques, which she instinctively uses to aid a vexis on Pasaana and then to save the mortally wounded Kylo Ren. As other Force users have discovered, this altruistic use of the Force can take a dangerous toll, as it transfers life energy from one being to another. databank Babu Frik’s workshop Babu Frik’s workshop Located in the heart of Kijimi City’s Thieves Quarter, Babu Frik’s workshop is a squat blockhouse overflowing with gear and droid parts. People from all across Kijimi City come to the workshop to do business with Babu, but he only performs “special modifications” for his patrons, the Spice Runners, who have made him an honorary member. databank First Order jet troopers First Order jet troopers Specialized stormtroopers of the First Order, jet troopers soar into battle equipped with agile rocket packs. databank Sith Citadel Sith Citadel Constructed centuries ago, the Sith Citadel broods over the barren plains of Exegol, its gloomy battlements lashed by lightning. Built above abyssal fissures reaching deep into the planet’s crust, the citadel is a locus of Sith power and the heart of Exegol’s sanctuary district. databank Ap’Lek Ap’Lek A cunning strategist, Ap’lek enjoys using trickery and stealth to outmaneuver his foes, before cornering them and finishing them off with a blow from his massive vibro-ax, once the weapon of a Mandalorian executioner. databank Sith jet troopers Sith jet troopers In its ultimate push towards galactic conquest, the First Order readies an army of elite soldiers that draw inspiration and power from a dark and ancient legacy. databank Kuruk Kuruk A gifted sniper, Kuruk is the most solitary of the Knights of Ren, preferring to cover the group’s assaults from a carefully chosen vantage point above the battlefield. He also serves as pilot of the Night Buzzard. databank Trudgen Trudgen A collector of grim trophies, Trudgen fights with a massive vibrocleaver made even more deadly by embedded ultrasonic conductors. His hodgepodge armor and helmet are a personalized record of enemies he has defeated. databank Ushar Ushar Ushar enjoys testing opponents’ mettle, giving those he deems worthy the honor of a quick death. His weapon of choice is a brutal war club enhanced with a concussion-field generator. While Ushar’s origins remain mysterious, his helmet’s breathing tubes suggest he comes from some species other than humanity. databank Cardo Cardo Cardo is a walking arsenal, using a powerful customized arm cannon to spray death and destruction at the Knights of Ren’s targets. His years of tinkering with weapons have made him a skilled armorer, and he repairs his fellow Knights’ gear after their missions. databank Vicrul Vicrul A powerful but untrained user of the dark side of the Force, Vicrul sees himself as a harvester, using his vicious ultrasonic scythe to cut down enemies and take their souls to augment his own power. databank Kalo’ne Kalo’ne A long-lived merchant and treadable driver, Kalo’ne has seen many a Festival of the Ancestors come and go on Pasaana. She makes a living ferrying visitors and locals across Pasaana in her sturdy treadable, which is filled with wares collected during her travels. databank Kijimi Kijimi Frigid and mountainous, Kijimi is an inhospitable world where local criminals rule in the place of the New Republic or the First Order. Its remoteness and lack of cosmopolitan culture attract those on the run from the law, but its days as a haven for lawbreakers are numbered. databank TIE dagger TIE dagger Forged in secret by sinister forces, this new generation of TIE fighter swoops into action, with triangular wings that give the sleek Sith vessel a menacing profile. databank Nambi Ghima Nambi Ghima A young Aki-Aki girl, Nambi Ghima greets Rey at the Festival of Ancestors on Pasaana, offering a husk necklace as a gesture of welcome and inviting Rey to share her family history. Such hospitality is a trademark of even the youngest Aki-Aki. databank Admiral Griss Admiral Griss A veteran First Order officer, Frantis Griss commands the Steadfast and its battlegroup and sits on the Supreme Council. He has an excellent relationship with Allegiant General Pryde, which proves useful when the First Order must coordinate its efforts with the Sith armada revealed at Exegol. databank General Parnadee General Parnadee The First Order’s senior ground commander, Bellava Parnadee is focused on worlds resisting occupation by the regime, a duty that often takes her far from her regular post aboard the Steadfast. A member of the Supreme Council, she is careful to stay on the right side of mercurial Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank General Quinn General Quinn Domaric Quinn has ascended the First Order ranks to become an important commander and earn a seat on Kylo Ren’s Supreme Council. A former Imperial officer, he loathes the mysticism of the Force and is suspicious of the First Order’s new Sith allies on Exegol. When Ren tires of Quinn’s caustic questions, Quinn learns the perils of crossing the Supreme Leader. databank Festival of the Ancestors Festival of the Ancestors Every 42 years, the Aki-Aki of Pasaana stage a colorful celebration that simultaneously honors the past and looks to the future. Hundreds of thousands of visitors, from spiritual seekers to fans of kites and/or sweets, flock to Pasaana to enjoy dancing, singing and ceremonies of remembrance. databank Pasaana Pasaana The desert planet of Pasaana is full of life and culture. Towering buttes of granite and sandstone disrupt long stretches of sun-bleached dunes and shrubland, creating shadowed valleys where water collects and life thrives, including the native Aki-Aki. databank First Order data-medallion First Order data-medallion First Order officers use data-medallions to verify their identities while traveling, with the devices transmitting encrypted codes. Such verifications help cut through bureaucratic snarls and maintain secrecy during covert operations. Zorii Bliss gives Poe Dameron a captain’s data-medallion to help him rescue Chewbacca from captivity above Kijimi. databank Sinta Glacier Colony Sinta Glacier Colony The massive Sinta glacier formed billions of years ago as the heart of a giant comet, and is now mined for valuable trace minerals. Poe Dameron flies the Millennium Falcon into the heart of the Sinta Glacier Colony to retrieve valuable intelligence from Boolio, a mine overseer sympathetic to the Resistance. databank Blade of Ochi of Bestoon Blade of Ochi of Bestoon This ornate knife, once owned by Ochi of Bestoon, sends a shock through Rey when she touches it, as the evil deeds committed with it still resonate in the Force. Sith runes carved on the blade reveal the location of the Emperor’s lost Sith wayfinder – but C-3PO’s programming forbids him from translating them. Unlocking the ominous weapon’s mysteries will lead Rey to a fateful discovery about her own origins. databank Sith wayfinder Sith wayfinder Long ago, wayfinders helped both Jedi and Sith navigate a largely uncharted galaxy. Navicomputers have made wayfinders obsolete, but these devices preserve ancient routes to planets whose locations were secret or have been lost. Darth Vader and Darth Sidious each possessed a Sith wayfinder pointing the way to the legendary Sith redoubt of Exegol, making these twin artifacts invaluable prizes in the battle to control the galaxy. databank Jannah’s bow Jannah’s bow After Company 77 found a home on Kef Bir, Jannah created a powered bow from stripped down blaster-rifle components and handcrafted elements, such as a carefully smoothed and finished driftwood riser. This weapon has field projectors that increase the distance, speed and accuracy of her shots. She has crafted similar bows for other members of her company. databank Zorii Bliss’s blasters Zorii Bliss’s blasters When the spice business demands aggressive negotiations, Zorii Bliss relies on a pair of twin E-851 blaster pistols kept at the ready in reverse-draw holsters. With their weighted grips, Zorii’s pistols resemble those of old-time space pirates – but their firepower is state of the art. databank GLIE-44 blaster pistol GLIE-44 blaster pistol A compact blaster pistol that still packs a punch, the GLIE-44 has become a favorite of Resistance pilots and leaders in need of a reliable sidearm in their struggle against the First Order. databank Show More Loading… The Latest // the Starhawk the Starhawk Built from salvaged Imperial Star Destroyers at a secret location, the Starhawk is a prototype New Republic battleship. It is designed to take on the Empire’s capital ships, finally giving the New Republic the ability to face Imperial fleets on equal terms. The Starhawk has heavy durasteel armor, deflector shields, multiple turbolaser batteries, and a tractor beam array with ten times the power of a Star Destroyer’s beam. The New Republic Senate has already voted to build three more Starhawk-class battleships, hoping to end the war as quickly as possible. databank The Overseer The Overseer The Overseer is an Imperial-class Star Destroyer from Kuat Drive Yards, currently assigned as the flagship of Titan Squadron. It won distinction at Pothor and the Battle of Jeyell, where the Overseer managed to destroy several enemy Nebulon-B frigates despite being heavily outnumbered. Recently, the Overseer responded to a New Republic strike against the Imperial dockyard at Var-Shaa. Though the Overseer was severely damaged in the battle, it was able to throw off New Republic pursuers and return to search for survivors. Now refitted and fully overhauled, the Overseer is ready to return to the front lines. databank The Temperance The Temperance The Temperance is an MC75 star cruiser built on Mon Cala. Alongside its sister ship Accordance, the Temperance defended the borders of the Hosnian system during the Battle of Endor, repulsing an Imperial armada that was attempting a surprise attack against the Core Worlds. The Accordance was lost in the battle, but the Temperance took on the survivors and carried the day. It currently serves as Vanguard Squadron’s flagship. databank Vanguard Squadron Vanguard Squadron Vanguard Squadron operates largely in the Bormea Sector, handling pockets of Imperial resistance and defending key New Republic planets like Chandrila and Brentaal IV. They specialize in rapid response attacks, high-risk rescue missions, and ambushing Imperial capital ships, going by their squadron motto: “Fearless to the Finish”. Recently, Vanguard has been picked to tackle a special covert assignment. databank Show More Loading… The Clone Wars // Mandalorian vault Mandalorian vault The proud warriors of Mandalore have many ways of dealing with off-world intruders. For a time, they dealt with Force-wielding enemies in particular through powerful technology, including encasing their foes in a vault-like prison that could be hauled from place to place much like a slab of carbonite. databank R7-A7 R7-A7 Every pilot needs a trusty droid, and R7-A7 proves again and again to be Ahsoka Tano’s faithful friend. In her most desperate hour, as Order 66 unfolds and the clones turn their blasters on her, R7-A7 patches into the central computer to help Ahsoka piece together the meaning of Rex’s mutterings. databank 501st Legion 501st Legion Led by Captain Rex, the 501st Legion is a tight-knit squadron of clone troopers known for strength of character and unwavering loyalty. Upon being reunited with Ahsoka Tano, the men of the 501st show their allegiance to their former commander by altering their clone armor in an homage for her Togruta markings. databank Yerbana Yerbana Near the end of the Clone Wars, the Jedi Council is forced to send its generals far from the Core Worlds as distant planets like Yerbana are embroiled in the conflict between the Separatists and the Republic. databank The Gauntlet The Gauntlet With Death Watch dissolved and Mandalore under the rule of Maul, Bo-Katan Kryze and a select few Mandalorian warriors, including Ursa Wren, take refuge on the Gauntlet, a ship that allows them to travel to Coruscant and beyond in search of allies. databank Fife Fife In the Pyke prison on Oba Diah, Fife carries out the orders of the leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim. databank Trandoshan skiff Trandoshan skiff The Trandoshans are avid hunters, fashioning rugged skiffs for all manner of sport. databank Pyke guards Pyke guards In the Pyke stronghold on Oba Diah, dozens of guards ensure prison breaks are quelled quickly and unruly inmates are delivered to torture droids for further questioning. databank Pyke torture droid Pyke torture droid In the Pyke Syndicate’s prison on Oba Diah, specialized torture droids are equipped with ways to get prisoners talking. databank Pyke stronghold Pyke stronghold On the planet Oba Diah, the Pykes run their affairs, including housing those who dare to cross them in a fortress-like prison inside their stronghold. databank Marg Krim Marg Krim The leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim is still weak-minded enough to be manipulated by a Jedi. databank Kinash Lock Kinash Lock As the majordomo of King Yaruba of Kessel, Kinash Lock has been tasked with some of the royal trade dealings, including hiring and overseeing new ways of transporting the planet’s valuable spice off-world without attracting the attention of pirates. databank The Silver Angel The Silver Angel A Nebula-class freighter repurposed for a bit more speed, the Silver Angel is Trace Martez’s pride and joy. The aspiring pilot and mechanic has been tinkering on the massive ship with the aim of using the vessel as a means to escape her life in the Coruscant underworld. databank Type II Loadlifter Type II Loadlifter Type II loadlifter droids are sometimes commissioned by unscrupulous business types on the Coruscant underworld. The repurposed demolition droids are prone to violence and, without the aid of a restraining bolt, have been glimpsed rampaging on the city streets. databank Rafa’s Laundry Rafa’s Laundry An above-board business to keep the citizens of the Coruscant underworld looking their best, Rafa Martez runs a laundry facility she won gambling, which acts as a convenient front for her more lucrative but illegal jobs. databank Pintu Pintu Pintu Son-El is no crime boss, but it’s still unwise to cross the low-level thug. Late payments will earn you a visit from Pintu and his henchmen, who will spar with whoever happens to answer the door when they arrive. databank Trace Trace A no-nonsense mechanic and aspiring pilot on Level 1313 of the Coruscant underworld, Trace Martez dreams of a life among the stars. With the ship she’s repairing, she and her sister Rafa will make a living far from the reach of the Jedi and the Clone Wars, if she has her way. databank Rafa Rafa The eldest of two sisters, Rafa Martez runs a galactic laundry facility she won gambling, while making her real living through illegal jobs with the denizens of the Coruscant underworld. Trusting only her sister, Trace, the two siblings long ago learned that their survival was dependent on learning the tough lesson that they could only count on themselves. databank the Decimator the Decimator With a laser capable of drilling through thick metal doors, the floating sphere known as the Decimator is equipped for burrowing into sealed-off hiding spots and unleashing a blast of crackling energy to annihilate any organic creatures that may stand in its way. databank D-wing security droid D-wing security droid An alternative to the Separatists’ standard B1 battle droid, a legion of spindly D-wing security droids guard the tower base at Purkoll. Hidden among their slender mechanical frame are folded wings that allow them to zoom through the atmosphere in pursuit of other winged creatures like the keeradaks. databank keeradak keeradak With a massive wingspan and piercing red eyes, the keeradaks of Skako Minor have been trained by the Poletecs to be used as soaring transportation high above the barren landscape. The creatures will also respond to the shrill screech of one of their own calling out in distress. databank Purkoll Tower Base Purkoll Tower Base Hovering above the dense yellow fog of Skako Minor, the city of Purkoll is home to a tower base controlled by Wat Tambor and the Separatists. But inside the Separatists are holding a dark secret, protecting the key to their survival and their sudden strategic advantages in the Clone Wars. Known as the algorithm, the Republic soon discovers how the battle droids have suddenly become adept at anticipating the clone troopers’ every move. databank cyber center cyber center On the planet Anaxes, the Separatist army operates a specialized cyber center, where a mysterious algorithm seems to have cracked the code to allow battle droids to gain the upper hand on clone troopers on the battlefield. databank The Force The Force The Force is a mysterious energy field created by life that binds the galaxy together. Harnessing the power of the Force gives the Jedi, the Sith, and others sensitive to this spiritual energy extraordinary abilities, such as levitating objects, tricking minds, and seeing things before they happen. While the Force can grant users powerful abilities, it also directs their actions. And it has a will of its own, which both scholars and mystics have spent millennia seeking to understand. databank Tooka doll Tooka doll Beloved by the children of Ryloth and other worlds, tooka dolls are a popular toy, turning the image of the small, feline-like feral creatures into cuddly and soft playthings. databank Palliduvan Palliduvan Although little is known about this pale alien race, recognizable by their chalky skin and long, bony fingers protruding from lanky frames, members including bounty hunter Aurra Sing and the pirate Valik are notorious throughout the galaxy for being ruthless and cunning. databank Kessel miners Kessel miners The Empire supplies the Pykes with prisoners to work in Kessel’s infamous mines – a penalty that is usually a death sentence given the planet’s harsh conditions and lax safety standards. Kessel miners include political prisoners, petty criminals and unfortunates sold into servitude. Few survive to return to their homeworlds. databank Sundari Sundari The domed capital city of the Imperial-occupied Mandalore, Sundari sits in the deserts of the once green-covered world. The city has borne witness to many historic events: the death of Duchess Satine, the rise of Darth Maul as its ruler, and epic battles between clashing Mandalorian clans. databank Ursa Wren Ursa Wren The commanding force of Clan Wren, Ursa Wren is an unflinching Mandalorian warrior and leader. Following the Imperial occupation of Mandalore, Ursa’s relationship to her daughter Sabine became strained. But after a reconciliation on Krownest, they are now determined to restore Mandalore and fight the Empire’s oppression. databank Convor Convor Convorees (plural for convor) were small, flying creatures found from world to world. They had two eyes, two feathered wings, and a beak, feeding mostly on insects and small rodents. databank Naboo Royal Cruiser Naboo Royal Cruiser A custom-built J-type diplomatic barge, this chromed Naboo royal cruiser carried no armament, relying on a fighter escort for protection during space travel. Shortly before the Clone Wars, Senator Padmé Amidala’s party traveled to Coruscant aboard her royal cruiser to vote on the creation of a Republic military. The cruiser exploded on the landing pad, seemingly killing Amidala – but she had switched places with her handmaiden Cordé and so survived the assassination attempt. databank Level 1313 Level 1313 Coruscant’s Level 1313 – so called because it was 1,313 levels from the planet’s core – was part of the galactic capital’s lawless underworld. Lever 1313 was a haven for bounty hunters, gangsters and other galactic scum, with the strong preying on those struggling to make a living. After she was framed for murder, Ahsoka Tano sought refuge on the lower levels. databank Asajj Ventress’s lightsabers Asajj Ventress’s lightsabers Asajj Ventress used a number of lightsabers during her life. As a Padawan, she used a green-bladed lightsaber, switching to a pair of red-bladed lightsabers during her years as Count Dooku’s apprentice. These Sith sabers had curved hilts similar to that of her master’s weapon. Ventress lost her twin sabers in a battle with Barriss Offee in the Coruscant underlevels, forcing her to acquire a new, yellow-bladed lightsaber on the black market. databank Cave of Evil Cave of Evil Dagobah was one of the purest planets in the galaxy, alive with the Force thanks to its abundant life. One cave in the planet’s swamps roiled with the dark side. During the Clone Wars, the spirit of Qui-Gon Jinn led Yoda to this cave, where Yoda had a vision of Darth Sidious’s triumph over the Jedi. Years later, Luke Skywalker faced his own test in the cave, fighting a saber duel with a spectral Darth Vader whose helmet concealed Luke’s own face. databank Ahsoka’s lightsabers Ahsoka’s lightsabers As a Padawan, Ahsoka Tano used a green-bladed lightsaber, often wielding it in a non-standard reverse grip. Under the tutelage of Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka became a skilled duelist, and built a second green-bladed lightsaber with a shorter, shoto-style blade. She used this shorter-bladed lightsaber to complement her primary weapon. During her time with the rebellion, Ahsoka used a pair of new lightsabers with white plasma blades. databank H-type Nubian yacht H-type Nubian yacht The H-Type Nubian yacht was a sleek luxury yacht and what it lacked in weapons it made up for in style and a strong deflector shield. The signature silver finish is a mark that the ship belongs to a former member of Naboo’s monarchy. Padme Amidala used a ship like this after her J-Type diplomatic barge was destroyed in an assassins attack. It was an H-Type that whisked Padme and Anakin Skywalker from Naboo to Tatooine, and then to Geonosis where the Clone Wars would begin. databank Mikkian Mikkian Mikkians were brightly colored sentient humanoids with elaborate manes of head-tendrils. They could be found in colors ranging from bright yellows and greens to reds with blue highlights. Some members of the species were force-sensitive, like the sister Jedi Knights, Tiplar and Tiplee, both of which were killed during the Clone Wars. databank Smelter Droid Smelter Droid Smelter droids were long-faced humanoid droids with blank white eyes and bodies. They were designed with extreme durability in order to perform the simple tasks required in the harsh environs of ore-extraction facilities. databank Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Lightsabers Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Lightsabers During his years as a Jedi, Obi-Wan Kenobi fought with three lightsabers. His first had a blue plasma blade and a hilt similar to that of his master, Qui-Gon Jinn. Obi-Wan used this weapon until Darth Maul kicked it into a deep shaft on Naboo. He then constructed a new, blue-bladed lightsaber with a similar design. After attaining the rank of Jedi Master, Obi-Wan built a third saber, also with a blue plasma blade. He used this saber until he sacrificed his life aboard the Death Star, allowing himself to be struck down by Darth Vader so Luke Skywalker could escape. databank Brain worm Brain worm These wormlike parasites were one of the Geonosians’ greatest secrets, able to control the brains of living hosts and even animate dead Geonosians. Karina the Great, the planet’s secret queen, attempted to take control of Jedi Master Luminara Unduli after the Second Battle of Geonosis. That effort failed, but brain worms took over the clones of Tango Company while traveling aboard a medical frigate. Hunted by the possessed clones, Ahsoka Tano desperately searched for a way to reverse the infestation. databank Coruscant Guard Coruscant Guard This elite group of clones guards was led by Clone Commander Fox. It was their task to keep the peace on Coruscant, to protect important buildings, and to supplement the job of the Senate Guard. They escorted Jedi and other senatorial dignitaries to protect them on official missions. They were also the group in charge of hunting down Ahsoka Tano when she was accused of murder in the wake of the Jedi Temple bombing. At the direction of the newly minted Emperor Palpatine, they even sought out Master Yoda in the moments before his exile, but he slipped through their fingers, and they instead shifted their efforts to help find an injured Darth Vader. databank Palpatine’s lightsaber Palpatine’s lightsaber In his guise as Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, Darth Sidious owned twin lightsabers constructed of phrik, auordium and electrum. Sidious rarely used these elegant weapons, preferring to manipulate events indirectly and in secret. He wielded two lightsabers against his renegade apprentice Darth Maul and Savage Opress on Mandalore, took up arms to battle the Jedi on Coruscant, and used one of his crimson blades against his enemies on Ryloth. databank Geonosian Fighter Geonosian Fighter These nimble, needle-nosed fighters were in use by the Geonosians through the Clone Wars in defense of their droid foundries. They worked as well in atmosphere as they did in space and offered 360-degree fields of view for the pilots who were situated in the flight on the top of the ship. In between the “needle-noses” was a laser cannon capable of firing purple laser bursts in a variety of angles. databank Rumi Paramita Rumi Paramita This female Frenk bounty hunter was a member of Sugi’s band of hunters, and was brought on to help defend the Felucian farming village that had come under attack by Hondo Ohnaka and his gang. As an expert sniper, she was positioned on a nearby roof, ready to snipe at the Weequay pirates as they launched their assault. She was killed at the hands of Hondo’s Kowokian Monkey Lizard Pikk Mukkmuk when he fired a cannon from Hondo’s tank. databank Z-6 Jetpack Z-6 Jetpack The Z-6 Jetpack was the preferred jetpack of Mandalorian commandos across the galaxy, from the more organized sects like Death Watch to the outliers on the fringe, like Jango Fett and Boba Fett. They were fast and nimble and could maintain sustained flight as well as short bursts for tactical advantages in combat. The jetpacks could be equipped with a top-loaded rocket firing missile that could turn the tide in many a conflict. Their significant disadvantage was their vulnerability to external impact damage. One sharp blow with a stick could conceivably ignite the jetpack, causing all manner of unwanted performance that could lead to significant bodily harm or even death. databank Sib Canay Sib Canay This officer of the Neimoidian Trade Federation led the blockade of Pantora. His goal was to bring the Pantorans into the fold of the Separatist Alliance by any means necessary. To Canay, he felt those means included hiring the bounty hunter Greedo and others to kidnap the daughters of Chairman Papanoida. Eventually, he was defeated by Jedi padawan Ahsoka Tano, surrendering to her and promising to end the blockade. databank Mace Windu’s Lightsaber Mace Windu’s Lightsaber Mace Windu was one of the most distinctive members of the Jedi Order, so it was only logical that he carried one of the most distinctive Jedi weapons. Windu’s saber had a plasma blade of amethyst – a brilliant warning to enemies that the Jedi Order’s greatest champion was ready for battle. databank Darth Maul’s Lightsaber Darth Maul’s Lightsaber The Sith apprentice Darth Maul wielded a double-bladed lightsaber made by joining two hilts together end-to-end. Maul’s dexterity and extensive training allowed him to use his weapon as a single-bladed saber, or to activate both crimson blades and fight multiple opponents at once. On Naboo, Maul killed Qui-Gon Jinn with his saber, but Obi-Wan Kenobi cut his weapon in half and soon did the same to Maul. Unknown to Obi-Wan, Maul survived, and retained the working half of his weapon. He used this single-bladed saber while leading the Shadow Collective. databank Yoda’s Lightsaber Yoda’s Lightsaber Yoda rarely if ever drew his lightsaber, preferring to work in more subtle ways. But the Jedi Grandmaster remained a formidable warrior, as Count Dooku and Darth Sidious discovered when they confronted Yoda in battle. Yoda’s lightsaber was smaller than a standard Jedi lightsaber, befitting his shorter stature. But its green plasma blade was every bit as deadly in combat. databank Count Dooku’s Lightsaber Count Dooku’s Lightsaber Count Dooku’s red-bladed lightsaber was an elegant weapon befitting a refined man. Its gracefully curved hilt let Dooku slash and lunge with greater precision. Dooku defeated Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker in a lightsaber duel on Geonosis before being bested by Yoda. He fought Obi-Wan and Anakin again during the Clone Wars, as well as his former apprentices Asajj Ventress and Savage Opress, before dying in a final confrontation with Anakin. databank Desert Skiff Desert Skiff The Bantha-II cargo skiff was a common repulsor-based transport outside the Republic (and later the Empire.) They were extremely durable making them an austere choice for desert climes and perfect transports for passengers, cargo, or slaves for the Hutt Crime Syndicate or the slave traders of Zygerria. They were little more than floating platforms, and easily identified by their rust coloring, reinforced bows, and intermittent guard-rails around the perimeter. They came equipped with planks, making them the preferred execution conveyance for the vile gangster Jabba the Hutt, who loved to drop his enemies into pits full of monsters. Shortly before his untimely demise, Jabba forced Luke Skywalker to walk a skiff’s plank over the Great Pit of Carkoon. That was the last mistake he ever made. databank Ugnaught Ugnaught Ugnaughts are a species of diminutive humanoids who divided themselves into a tribal heirarchy. They have pink skin, white hair, upturned noses, and thick layers of jowls. They found work across the galaxy everywhere from the Jedi Temple and Coruscant to Cloud City and Lothal. One notable Ugnaught scholar and antiquities expert was Korin Pers, a sava at the University of Bar’leth. databank T-series Tactical Droid T-series Tactical Droid T-series Tactical Droids, built by Baktoid Combat Automota, were assigned to droid armies of the Separatist Alliance across the galaxy. They were superior in many ways to regular battle droids and used to coordinate the battle tactics from the safety of droid control ships and other fortified positions. They were upgraded later in the war to Super Tactical Droids. databank Patrolian Patrolian Originating from planet Patrolia, Patrolians are a highly intelligent fish-like species. Colored in purples and blues, they sported gills and fins on their head as well as webs on their hands and arms. They could also breath in the air. When not in the water, their clothes required alteration to accommodate the protruding dorsal fins on their backs. A resourceful species, many found work throughout the galaxy as technicians, bounty hunters, and hired brains. databank Lola Sayu Lola Sayu The volcanic planet of Lola Sayu appeared a beautiful glowing purple from orbit and was the site of an ancient Jedi prison known as the Citadel. Although the Republic had control of the planet for a time, it switched hands early on during the Clone War conflict and the Separatists used the planet as a prisoner of war camp under the control of Osi Sobeck. databank Peppi Bow Peppi Bow A Gungan shaak herder on Naboo, Peppi Bow watched in horror as her animals fell sick after drinking river water contaminated by the Blue Shadow Virus. Peppi helped Padmé Amidala and Jar Jar Binks find Nuvo Vindi’s weapons lab in the Naboo swamps, and apprehended the Separatist researcher as he attempted to flee. databank Super battle droid rocket trooper Super battle droid rocket trooper Super Battle Droid Rocket Trooper units were upgraded versions of the B2-RP Battle Droids. They had larger jetpacks and blasters than the original model, making them faster and deadlier in combat than their predecessors. databank TT-8L/Y7 TT-8L/Y7 These gatekeeper droids were eye-stalk droids that were installed in doors and entryways to screen visitors. They earned their nickname, “tattletale droids” from their obnoxious demeanor in the pursuit of fulfilling their programming. They we’re manufactured by Serv-O-Droid, Inc. and were in use across the galaxy for years. During the Clone Wars, one was installed Rishi Station outpost and another was used by Gha Nachkt, a Trandoshan trader. Probably the most infamous and annoying TT-8L/Y7 in use was the one who kept out visitors out of Jabba’s Palace. databank Separatist Assassin Droid Separatist Assassin Droid Like most battle droids employed by the Separatists, these assassin droids were manufactured by the Techno Union. They were employed in at least one known Separatist assassination plot. Their mission was to kill the Duchess Satine Kryze aboard her ship, the Coronet. Each Separatist Assassin Droid of this make boasted eight legs which they would use to lurk silently in for the kill. If they’re destroyed, they have smaller droids inside them that deploy to finish the job, making them especially lethal. databank Devaron Devaron The jungle planet of Devaron is home to the humanoid, horned Devaronian species. During the Clone Wars it was home to an outpost of the Galactic Republic as well as the Jedi Temple of Eedit. Cad Bane as well as Separatist forces attacked the planet and its inhabitants during the war and Sith assassin Savage Opress attacked the Temple during that time as well. databank Gran Gran Gran are tan colored humanoids with pronounced snouts and a trio of eye-stalks. They also have small antennae-like nubs on the tops of their head and thick, bulky hands. Hailing from Malastare, Gran found life easy in all classes of citizenship, with some flourishing in the criminal classes on Tatooine (like Ree Yees), others found fame as middle-class podracer pilots (like Mawhonic), and others found prestige in the upper-classes in the Galactic Senate (like Ask Aak.) databank Klatooinian Klatooinian Klatooinians were sentient humanoids with skin that ranged in color from green to brown. They had imposing brows and toothy overbites that gave them menacing appearances. Their strong builds and resilient features made it easy for them to find work across the galaxy as bounty hunters and hired muscle, though more than one had found themselves sold into slavery for a variety of reasons. databank Jedi Youngling Jedi Youngling Prior to being chosen as Padawan Learners, children being trained in the force spent time as Jedi Younglings. They were divided into ten clans of up to twenty younglings and trained in the Jedi arts. One of their rites of passage was “The Gathering,”which was the harvesting of kyber crystals for their lightsabers on the remote world of Ilum. The Jedi Younglings in the Jedi Temple during Order 66 were brutally slain by Darth Vader. databank Anooba Anooba These vicious creatures lived throughout the Outer Rim. They had pronounced lower jaws and sharp teeth, fearsome growls and thick patches of fur across their spines. They were trainable animals and during the Clone Wars, the bounty hunter Embo took one named Marrok as a working pet. A stylized Anooba also appears on the armor of Sabine Wren. databank Padmé’s Apartment Padmé’s Apartment During her tenure as a senator, Padmé Amidala kept an apartment near the top of one of Coruscant’s high-rises in the senate district. Largely decorated in blue, no doubt to remind her of her home planet of Naboo, it was spacious and luxurious and the site of many important moments in the galaxy, from her assassination attempt at the hands of Zam Wesell to Obi-wan Kenobi’s revelation that her husband was a Sith Lord. databank The Works The Works This largely abandoned industrial zone of Coruscant was once a manufacturing powerhouse known throughout the galaxy. The increasing cost of doing business on Coruscant sent the businesses elsewhere and this neglected industrial zone became the perfect spot for secret Sith meetings as they planned their moves in the Clone Wars. databank The Box The Box Designed by the criminal mastermind Moralo Eval, the Box was a lethal simulator designed to test the suitability of a dozen bounty hunters for a secret Separatist mission to kidnap Supreme Chancellor Palpatine on Naboo. The Box was located deep inside Count Dooku’s palace on his home world of Serreno. databank Rishi Station Rishi Station Rishi Station was a vital Republic listening post during the Clone Wars, located on the barren moon of Rishi. The primary mission of the clones stationed at the base was to monitor transmissions and sound the alarm in the event it was determined that Separatist forces planned to attack Kamino. Early in the war, Separatist Commando droids take control of the base, but a squad of clones recapture the base and alert the Republic to the planned attack. databank Xomit Grunseit Xomit Grunseit This Falleen male was the leader of the Black Sun underworld faction during the Clone Wars. He based his operations out of the volcanic world Mustafar. He’s paid a visit by Pre Viszla, Darth Maul, and Savage Opress as they’re recruiting for their Shadow Collective, but he quickly loses his head and is replaced by the captain of his guard, Ziton Moj. databank Theed Royal Palace Theed Royal Palace Overlooking the beautiful cliffs and waterfalls of Naboo’s capital, the Theed Royal Palace is the seat of government for the elected monarchs of the Naboo. The ornate and ancient building is often the ending point for grand parades, but during the Trade Federation’s blockade of the planet it became the site of great oppression until Queen Amidala and her retinue re-captured it for the freedom of her people. databank FA-4 pilot droid FA-4 pilot droid These wheeled pilot droids with ball heads were in use during the Galactic Republic era. They were tall enough to handle the controls of many ships. Count Dooku employed one to aid in take-offs and landings in his solar sailer. Others could be spotted at the Galactic Senate building, bustling about their business. databank B2-RP battle droid B2-RP battle droid Often referred to as rocket droids or jetpack droids, B2-RPs are modified B2 super battle droids. The Techno Union engineered them to incorporate rocket pack and compact repulsorlift technology. They’re different from other B2s in other ways as well, including their blue and white markings on their torso, arms, and legs. databank BD-3000 luxury droid BD-3000 luxury droid BD-3000 luxury droids were used across the galaxy as a luxury attendant during the era of the Galactic Republic. During the Clone Wars, Senator Amidala used one as a decoy to help stave off an assassination attempt by Aurra Sing on the planet Alderaan. Other senators and dignitaries used them as everything from escorts to office aides. They have a chromatic complexion and come in the form of shapely humanoid females. databank Hyperdrive Hyperdrive Hyperdrives allow starships to travel faster than the speed of light, crossing space through the alternate dimension of hyperspace. Large objects in normal space cast “mass shadows” in hyperspace, so hyperspace jumps must be precisely calculated to avoid collisions. databank B1-series Rocket Battle Droid B1-series Rocket Battle Droid Rocket Battle Droids were standard B1 droids specially modified for the task of hunting down escape pods in space and destroying them. A number of them were tasked by General Grievous to destroy any survivors of an attack by the Malevolence, but Jedi Master Plo Koon survived the attack… databank Aqua Droid Aqua Droid Manufactured by the Techno Union, these underwater fighting droids were used by the Separatists during the Clone Wars to lay siege to aquatic planets like Kamino and Mon Calamari. They were formidable opponents and effective at surprise attacks. Aqua droids were more angular and stylized than standard battle droids, as well as excellent swimmers and were equipped with retractable laser cannons. databank Shaak Shaak These bulbous herd animals, tan in color and rotund in shape, roamed the grassy fields of Naboo and raised for their meat. Both the Gungans and the Naboo shepherded herds for their use. The battle of Naboo that transpired between Trade Federation droids and the Gungan army took place on a typical shaak feeding ground. Once, in a hamfisted bid to impress Padme Amidala, Anakin Skywalker tried riding a shaak by balancing on top of it with mixed results. databank Kowakian Monkey-Lizard Kowakian Monkey-Lizard These impish creatures hailing from planet Kowak are known for their shrill laughter and sophisticated senses of humor. Kowakian monkey-lizards come in a variety of colors ranging from browns and yellows to reds and blues. They seem to be a favored pet among denizens of the underworld and retain hilarious names like Salacious B. Crumb and Pikk Mukmuk and his funnier brother Pilf. databank Taylander shuttle Taylander shuttle Taylander shuttle is a model of civilian craft found throughout the galaxy, from the bustling cargo lanes streaming towards Coruscant to the dusty docking bays on Tatooine. The early rebellion used the innocuous craft as a transport ship during undercover operations. databank NR-N99 Persuader-class Tank Droid NR-N99 Persuader-class Tank Droid With a massive central tread, the NR-N99 Persuader-class tank droid is the favored tank of the Corporate Alliance. Manufactured by the Techno Union, they were fast, well-armored, were well-suited to a variety of terrain, and had significant firepower. One enterprising young wookiee managed to destroy one with an explosive charge in one of the final battles of the Clone Wars on Kashyyyk. databank Show More Loading… BROWSE DATABANK // browse All * All * Characters * Creatures * Droids * Locations * Organizations * Species * Vehicles * Weapons+Tech * More 2-1B Droid 2-1B Droid 2-1B droids were medical wonders, programmed to diagnose and treat injuries and diseases that afflicted millions of species in the galaxy. 2-1B droids had modular limbs that allowed them to use a range of surgical tools and other medical instruments based on their patients’ needs. databank 2BR-NTB 2BR-NTB Loyal to Norath Kev, the droid 2BR-NTB has a distinct green-and-red paint scheme and sensors attuned to impending danger. databank 4-LOM 4-LOM A rusty droid with insectile features, 4-LOM was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches allowed him to escape his programming and become a bounty hunter. That proved a perfect occupation for the cold, calculating mechanical. databank 4D-M1N 4D-M1N When Captain Doza needs guests escorted into Doza Tower or messages relayed to citizens of the Colossus platform, he calls upon his loyal droid 4D-M1N to act as liaison, rarely leaving the gleaming corridors surrounding his private office and living quarters. databank 5-L 5-L A mouse droid serving aboard a First Order Star Destroyer, 5-L is briefly reprogrammed to serve Tam Ryvora on a covert mission to return to her friends aboard the Colossus. databank 501st Legion 501st Legion Led by Captain Rex, the 501st Legion is a tight-knit squadron of clone troopers known for strength of character and unwavering loyalty. Upon being reunited with Ahsoka Tano, the men of the 501st show their allegiance to their former commander by altering their clone armor in an homage for her Togruta markings. databank 79’s 79’s 79’s was a bar located on Coruscant, particularly popular with clone troopers. While off duty, Republic soldiers would gather at the cantina to relax, drink, and blow off steam, often making rowdy toasts. When clone trooper Fives uncovered the conspiracy of Order 66, he went to 79’s in search of fellow soldier Kix, knowing that’s where his friend would most likely be. databank 8D8 8D8 A lanky smelter droid, 8D8 assisted EV-9D9 in terrorizing Jabba the Hutt’s droid pool. Normally limited to simple tasks in the harsh confines of ore-extraction facilities, 8D8 had been reprogrammed for sadism. databank A-wing Fighter A-wing Fighter With its sleek arrowhead shape, streamlined cockpit, and massive twin engines, the A-wing starfighter suggests raw speed even when parked within Alliance hangar bays. Faster than even the TIE interceptor, the A-wing is well suited for lightning strikes. It sports a pair of pivoting laser cannons on each wingtip. The starfighters of Green Squadron, which flew in the Battle of Endor, were made up of A-wing starfighters. The A-wing continued to evolve, and was part of the Resistance’s starfighter corps during its fight against the First Order. databank A-wing trainer (RZ-1T) A-wing trainer (RZ-1T) The RZ-1T, an A-wing trainer, featured room for two passengers, allowing for novice pilots to have an instructor on board. It was developed in the early days of the rebellion against the Empire, and used by Kanan and Ezra of the Ghost team. databank A280 Blaster Rifle A280 Blaster Rifle These powerful blaster rifles, known for their impressive power and capable of piercing armor, were used by planetary forces across the galaxy. With their widespread use, it made them easy for the Rebel Alliance to procure on the black market to use against the forces of the Galactic Empire. They were scoped for increased accuracy. BlasTech Industries manufactured them. databank A300 blaster rifle A300 blaster rifle BlasTech’s A300 is a cheap, simple-to-maintain weapon used by armies and security forces across the galaxy. Customers for the A300 and related models have ranged from the Pyke Syndicate to the Rebel Alliance. databank AA-9 Coruscant freighter AA-9 Coruscant freighter In the days leading up to the Clone Wars, these ships were transports favored by refugees trying to escape Coruscant since travelers had no need to register themselves. It was for that reason that Jedi Master Mace Windu suggested this method of transportation to then-padawan Anakin Skywalker when he was escorting Senator Amidala back to Naboo after an attempt on her life. The ships were outfitted with everything needed to carry a massive amount of people of various species across the galaxy, including cafeterias and various servant droids. databank AAT Battle Tank AAT Battle Tank The marriage of repulsorlift technology and heavy armor has resulted in formidable floating tanks known as AATs. These assault tanks form the frontline of Trade Federation armored infantry divisions, as well as Separatist forces during the Clone Wars. A crew of battle droids drives the battle tank and operates the array of laser and projectile weaponry carried by the vehicle. databank Aayla Secura Aayla Secura With an athletic build, an exotic beauty, and blue skin, Aayla Secura stood out among the many faces of the Jedi ranks. A cunning warrior and Jedi Knight during the rise of the Clone Wars, Aayla fought alongside Clone Commander Bly on many exotic battlefields. Having mastered the emotional detachment necessary in the Jedi Order, she always tried to pass on what she had learned to others. Aayla was killed, along with many other Jedi Generals, when her troops turned on her in reaction to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s broadcast of Order 66. databank Abafar Abafar A remote world in the Outer Rim Territories, Abafar is scarcely populated. It is dominated by vast stretches of featureless desert under oppressive orange skies. The strange regolith that covers the surface twists light in such a way as to obscure shadows and leave no tracks. Particulates in the atmosphere cause the sunlight to diffuse into a uniform orange glow, so it is nearly impossible to tell direction or time of day. The huge stretches of featureless expanse are known as The Void. Pons Ora is one of the few settlements on Abafar, and it is the site of a Rhydonium mining installation operated by the Separatists during the Clone Wars. databank Abednedo Abednedo A gregarious and clever species, Abednedos are common sights in the galaxy, pursuing a range of professions on many planets. They hail from a planet of the same name, which is noted for its sprawling, colorful and chaotic cities. After the Battle of Endor, the Empire attacked Abednedo with a climate-disruption array; as a result, many Abednedos support the New Republic or the Resistance. Their native language is Abednedish, though many speak Basic. databank Acklay Acklay A surprisingly agile fury of sharp claws and pointed fangs, the vicious acklay was one of the three arena creatures unleashed in the Geonosian execution arena, dispatched to kill Anakin Skywalker, Padme Amidala, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Geonosian picadors steered the acklay toward Obi-Wan, who was able to outmaneuver the beast. A clumsy yet powerful strike from one of its claws sheered the chains that bound Kenobi. The beast continued to pursue the Jedi Knight, rending large holes in the hard-packed sand with its vicious stabs. It even shrugged off a pike attack, chomping through the offending polearm with bestial rage. databank Adi Gallia Adi Gallia Jedi Master Adi Gallia was a member of the Order’s High Council during the Clone Wars. She and the other members of that ruling body would convene in a temple high above the Coruscant landscape, deciding important matters of the Jedi. Stern and focused, she would remark upon the more outrageous tactics carried out by Anakin Skywalker or Obi-Wan Kenobi in the course of the war, but would rarely condemn their effective actions. Though not as brash as Anakin, Adi Gallia was known to be an aggressive warrior who had no problem bringing the fight to the enemy. databank Admiral Ackbar Admiral Ackbar A veteran commander, Ackbar led the defense of his homeworld, Mon Cala, during the Clone Wars and then masterminded the rebel attack on the second Death Star at the Battle of Endor. Ackbar realized the rebels had been drawn into a trap at Endor, but adjusted, with his fleet buying valuable time for the attack to succeed. After the Battle of Endor, Ackbar became a Grand Admiral in the New Republic, winning many victories including the pivotal Battle of Jakku. He retired to Mon Cala, but was coaxed back into service with the Resistance by Leia Organa. databank Admiral Coburn Admiral Coburn With a stern face, steely glare and unmistakable command presence, Admiral Coburn served at the side of General Plo Koon during the Clone Wars. The taciturn fleet officer measured his words precisely, offering clear commands in a clipped accent. Coburn’s rigid military discipline served him well in executing some of the more daring missions under Jedi leadership. He commanded a four-cruiser task force into the thick of a Separatist fleet cordon over Lola Sayu to facilitate the rescue of a strike team that invaded the Citadel installation. Coburn also led a Jedi light cruiser in extracting prisoners from the Zygerrian slave processing facility on Kadavo, steering the vessel dangerously close to the facility. databank Admiral Garrick Versio Admiral Garrick Versio An accomplished naval officer who brought his home world of Vardos under Imperial control, Garrick Versio was reassigned and promoted to Admiral following the destruction of the Death Star over Yavin 4. Garrick formed Inferno Squad to ensure nothing of the sort would happen again. Loyalty to the Empire is Admiral Versio’s first priority. databank Admiral Griss Admiral Griss A veteran First Order officer, Frantis Griss commands the Steadfast and its battlegroup and sits on the Supreme Council. He has an excellent relationship with Allegiant General Pryde, which proves useful when the First Order must coordinate its efforts with the Sith armada revealed at Exegol. databank Admiral Kassius Konstantine Admiral Kassius Konstantine Admiral Kassius Konstantine was a leading officer on an Imperial Star Destroyer. Konstantine, however, ultimately answered to the Inquisitor, and took his ship wherever the Jedi hunter ordered him to. databank Admiral Kilian Admiral Kilian A by-the-manuals Republic officer, Admiral Kilian runs a tight ship. Nonetheless, a saboteur was able to slip into the clone cadet ranks during a training tour over Vanqor, and cripple the Jedi cruiser Endurance. Kilian, following naval tradition, refused to abandon ship. He became a hostage of notorious bounty hunters seeking revenge against the Jedi Order. databank Admiral Motti Admiral Motti A young, ambitious Imperial officer from the Outer Rim world of Seswenna, Admiral Motti saw the Death Star as the ultimate power in the universe, and burned to use that power against any who dared challenge the Empire. The commander of the Star Destroyer Steel Talon, he served as one of the Imperial military’s Joint Chiefs, becoming an ally of Grand Moff Tarkin’s and head of naval operations aboard the Death Star. He died when the battle station was destroyed. databank Admiral Ozzel Admiral Ozzel Admiral Ozzel commanded the Super Star Destroyer Executor, Darth Vader’s mighty flagship and the linchpin of the squadron searching the galaxy for the Alliance’s secret base. Ozzel led the initial attack on Hoth, but his choice of tactics infuriated Vader, leading to a sudden and permanent demotion. databank Admiral Piett Admiral Piett An ambitious Imperial officer, Piett rose through the ranks to captain and was assigned to the Super Star Destroyer Executor, Darth Vader’s flagship. There, he chafed at having to serve under the foolish, vainglorious Admiral Ozzel. When Vader strangled Ozzel, Piett was granted a battlefield promotion to admiral — and given a grisly warning of the penalty for failure. Miraculously, he survived his time as Vader’s underling, but died when a Rebel starfighter destroyed the Executor’s command bridge. databank Admiral Raddus Admiral Raddus A gruff Mon Calamari officer, Raddus commands the rebel starfleet before the Battle of Yavin, working to knit a hodgepodge of ships into a military force and arrange the delivery of new capital ships to the Alliance. Raddus has little patience for the rebel council’s endless committee meetings. As he sees it, military muscle is the key to defeating the Empire, not stirring speeches. databank Admiral Statura Admiral Statura A veteran Resistance officer, Statura fought to liberate his homeworld of Garel from the Empire while he was just a teenager. Later, Leia Organa recruited him to handle ship procurement and logistics for the Resistance. The technically savvy Statura helped identify the thermal oscillator as the key target in the Resistance’s attack on Starkiller Base. databank Admiral Trench Admiral Trench A Separatist admiral known for his cunning and ruthlessness, Trench commands the Separatist blockade of Christophsis, where Senator Bail Organa and his relief effort are pinned down and in danger of capture. Although Anakin Skywalker outwits him and Trench’s flagship is destroyed, the skilled tactician survives to fight another day thanks to an array of cybernetic implants. databank Aemon Gremm Aemon Gremm The captain of Dryden Vos’s security forces, Gremm is an intimidating Hylobon who insists all security inquiries are funneled through him. A scar across his snout hints at a violent past. databank Aeos Prime Aeos Prime After scouring the Outer Rim territories, the Colossus finds a new home on the planet Aeos Prime. But among the shimmering caverns and outcroppings are remnants of another society and a deadly visit from the First Order. databank Aeosian Queen Aeosian Queen The regal Aeosian Queen rules her people with a firm hand. After her tribe’s healers were lost in an attack by the First Order, she seeks retribution against the next wave of trespassers on her world. databank Aeosians Aeosians The proud aquatic warriors of Aeos protect their home with vibro-blade spears, harnessing the power of the native krakavora as transportation. Once welcoming to a tribe of Rebel Alliance fighters, after an attack by the First Order they seek revenge on those who intruded on their home. databank Aftab Ackbar Aftab Ackbar To uphold the legacy of his father, Admiral Gial Ackbar’s son, Aftab, now serves the Resistance as a B-wing pilot. Beyond his family’s close ties to rebel efforts, Aftab’s recruitment was part of a larger effort to bring more Mon Calamari aid to the cause. databank Agamar Agamar A barren world of frost and rock, Agamar was the site of a Clone Wars battle between the Republic and Separatists. Years after the end of the war, Clone War veteran Captain Rex and a band of rebels visited the planet searching for weapons, and encountered a still-active reserve of Separatist droids. The Super Tactical Droid commander demanded they have one last battle to decide the war, but the groups ultimately joined forces to take on a common enemy: the Empire. databank Agen Kolar Agen Kolar A Zabrak Jedi Master, Agen Kolar was part of the Jedi strike team assembled by Mace Windu to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi and other hostages taken by the Separatists on Geonosis. Kolar displayed his renowned skill with a lightsaber during the battle in the Geonosian arena, though his young Padawan died during the fighting. In the final days of the Clone Wars, Windu turned to Kolar again, calling on him, Saesee Tiin and Kit Fisto to arrest Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. Confronted by the Jedi, Palpatine threw off his guise and revealed himself as Darth Sidious. He ignited his crimson-bladed lightsaber and struck down Kolar. databank Agent Del Meeko Agent Del Meeko A versatile veteran of the Galactic Empire, Del Meeko witnessed the fall of the Jedi Order on Coruscant as a young boy. Del was so effective as a stormtrooper that he was chosen to serve as a shoretrooper on Scarif and eventually as chief engineer aboard a Star Destroyer. Del’s versatility was rewarded with recruitment into Inferno Squad, where he plays numerous roles: scout, sniper, pilot, intelligence officer, and whatever else Commander Iden Versio needs from him. databank Agent Gideon Hask Agent Gideon Hask An orphan from Kuat, Gideon Hask found a family with the Empire. Having honed his combat skills from a young age, he was selected by Admiral Garrick Versio to join the special forces unit Inferno Squad. His bravery and dedication to the Empire are matched only by his disdain for those who would stand in its way. databank Agent Tierny Agent Tierny A specially-trained member of the First Order Security Bureau with a mysterious scar on her jaw, Agent Tierny hopes to restore peace to the galaxy through absolute order. A master of manipulation, Tierny’s tactics more often involve lulling her targets into a false sense of security rather than using more aggressive forms of interrogation. Her arrival at the Colossus platform, as part of a First Order security takeover, ushers in sheer chaos when the platform is plunged deep into the waters of Castilon, leaving only Doza Tower above sea level. databank Ahch-To Ahch-To An uncharted world located deep in the galaxy’s Unknown Regions, Ahch-To is the world where the Jedi Order was founded, and its sacred island is the site of the first Jedi Temple. Luke Skywalker discovered the lost world after a long search, and chose it as his place of exile – only to have Rey find her way to his lonely island. databank Ahch-To Jedi Temple Ahch-To Jedi Temple The first temple of the Jedi Order sits atop Ahch-To’s sacred island, high above the surrounding sea. The temple has been worn away by wind and time, but a visitor will still find mosaics depicting the first Jedi and an ancient meditation ledge. This spot is where Rey takes her next steps into a larger world. databank Ahch-To Mirror Cave Ahch-To Mirror Cave Ahch-To’s Jedi temple is a concentration of light, but one balanced by a place that’s strong with the dark side of the Force: a cold and forbidding sea cave near the heaving sea. Rey is drawn to this dangerous nexus, which tempts her with the promise of hidden knowledge. databank Ahsoka Tano Ahsoka Tano Ahsoka Tano, a Togruta female, was the Padawan learner to Anakin Skywalker and a hero of the Clone Wars. Alongside Anakin, she grew from headstrong student into a mature leader. But her destiny laid along a different path than the Jedi. databank Ahsoka’s lightsabers Ahsoka’s lightsabers As a Padawan, Ahsoka Tano used a green-bladed lightsaber, often wielding it in a non-standard reverse grip. Under the tutelage of Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka became a skilled duelist, and built a second green-bladed lightsaber with a shorter, shoto-style blade. She used this shorter-bladed lightsaber to complement her primary weapon. During her time with the rebellion, Ahsoka used a pair of new lightsabers with white plasma blades. databank Aiwha Aiwha These massive cetaceans were native to the oceans of Kamino, swimming beneath the waves and sometimes leaping out of the water to soar through the skies. During the Battle of Kamino, Obi-Wan hitched a ride on an aiwha while investigating the planet’s Separatist attackers. databank Ajan Kloss Ajan Kloss Originally scouted as a potential site for a Rebel Alliance base, at the behest of General Leia Organa Ajan Kloss served as a secluded outpost after the Battle of Endor, becoming a training ground for the Jedi Luke Skywalker. Years later, it serves a similar function as home of Resistance fighters and a place for Rey to continue her training. databank Ajan Kloss Resistance Base Ajan Kloss Resistance Base Prior to the outbreak of the Galactic Civil War, Alderaanian scouts charted Ajan Kloss as a potential home for the Rebel Alliance. Under the tyranny of the First Order, General Leia Organa returns to the lush forest planet to bring the last remnants of the cause together. databank Aki-Aki Aki-Aki The native Aki-Aki of Pasaana revere the duality of life, both tenacious and fragile, welcoming offworlders with open arms during their biennial festival season, when food and water are plentiful. But between these colorful and joyous celebrations, the Aki-Aki live an austere life, gathering food and water for the next grand event. databank Alazmec Alazmec The Alazmec of Winsit are adherents of the dark side, and particularly devoted pilgrims journey to Darth Vader’s wrecked castle on Mustafar to venerate his memory. These Sith devotees are the guardians of Mustafar’s Corvax Fen, where they have planted irontrees in its scanty soil. They defend its secrets against seekers they consider unworthy – including First Order Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank Albrekh Albrekh An eccentric Sith alchemist and metalsmith known for a steady hand, Albrekh uses an ancient Sith forge to join the fragments of Kylo Ren’s shattered helmet with a glowing red lattice of Sarrassian iron. databank Alcida-Auka Alcida-Auka Alcida-Auka is the matron of the Caretakers on Ahch-To’s sacred island, and oversees their maintenance of the island’s structures, a religious duty that has fallen to them for eons. Alcida-Auka refers to the other Caretakers as her “daughters” and instructs them in their proper duties. While she has accepted Luke Skywalker as a seeker of truth, she has doubts about his reckless new apprentice. databank Alderaan Alderaan If ever one needed an example of the irredeemable evil that was the Empire, turn to the shattered remains of Alderaan. An influential world, Alderaan was represented in the waning days of the Republic by such venerated politicians as Bail Antilles and Bail Organa. A peaceful world, Alderaan was bereft of weaponry in an era of galactic strife. It was not without spirit, however. Alderaan was one of the earliest supporters of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, though its officials prudently kept all ties to the Rebellion secret. Despite such discretion, the Empire knew it to be a haven of Rebel activity, and Grand Moff Tarkin targeted the beautiful world for reprisal as soon as the Death Star was operational. The massive primary weapon of the battle station obliterated Alderaan, leaving only a lifeless asteroid field behind. databank Alderaan Cruiser Alderaan Cruiser Both Bail Organa and his adoptive daughter, Princess Leia, used their position in the Senate to benefit their heartfelt causes of freedom and to aid those that desperately needed it in war-weary times. Their consular vessels were afforded diplomatic immunity due to their ambassadorial status, and frequently ran mercy missions into dangerous territory. Bail’s vessels of choice ranged from a streamlined diplomatic cruiser to the more rugged, war-ready Tantive IV that served as his transport to Toydaria during the Clone Wars. Alderaan cruisers were a key part of the rebel task force that rescued Kanan Jarrus from Mustafar, marking an escalation of anti-Imperial activities in the Outer Rim. databank Aleen Aleen A rocky, temperate world found in the Mid Rim of the galaxy, the planet Aleen is known for its friendly, boisterous natives, the Aleena, who have traveled throughout the galaxy. Beneath Aleen’s ground are other civilizations, unknown to the surface world or to the Republic. A series of devastating groundquakes suffered by the planet during the Clone Wars exposed passageways that connected the exterior and interior worlds. databank Aleena Aleena Aleena are a short, blue- and scaly-skinned people, featuring large mouths filled with tiny teeth. They are a friendly people, welcoming the clone army and seeking peace with fellow co-habitors of Aleen. The podracer Ratts Tyerell is an Aleena. databank Alexsandr Kallus Alexsandr Kallus Formerly an officer of the Imperial Security Bureau, Alexsandr Kallus defected from the Empire and now serves the Rebellion. A smart strategist and able warrior, he fights to free the galaxy of tyranny alongside his friends on the Ghost crew. databank Alliance High Command Alliance High Command The uppermost ranks of the Rebel Alliance are known as High Command, and include both military officers and a cabinet of senators who serve as ministers. As Alliance chief of state, Mon Mothma sits at the pinnacle of High Command, but encourages open discussion and even debate among her military and civilian advisors. databank Alora Alora During his reign, the Emperor looked to destroy all opposition to his power. Any Jedi could be a threat to him, so the Inquisitors were tasked with hunting down all Force-sensitive children. Alora, just a baby and strong with the Force, was tracked by the Fifth Brother and Seventh Sister on a civilian ship. The two dark warriors took the baby from her grandmother’s arms, but the Inquisitors would not complete this mission. Ahsoka Tano and the Ghost crew intervened, eventually returning Alora to her family. databank Alrich Wren Alrich Wren Father of rebel Sabine and husband of Ursa, Alrich Wren is a proud Mandalorian. When Clan Wren broke from the Empire, he was held captive in retaliation, but was ultimately rescued by his daughter. Alrich, along with Clan Wren, now stands united with Mandalore under Bo-Katan Kryze. He is also knowledgable of the arts, both proud and critical of Sabine’s work. databank Alton Kastle Alton Kastle A journalist for HoloNet News, Alton Kastle was regarded by the Imperial citizens of Lothal as a trustworthy, even comforting source of information. Those in the know scoffed that Kastle’s reports were Imperial propaganda — their primary purpose was to maintain order in the name of the Empire, not to tell the truth or anything close to it. databank Amani Amani Amani were a species with yellow-and-green colored skin, short legs and large hands connected to arms long enough to reach the ground. Amani often carry with them a staff on which is strung a number of skulls, presumably obtained first-hand. Found on Utapau, they are usually found on the plains or underground, but rarely venture into the cities. databank Amda Wabo Amda Wabo Amda Wabo, a male Aqualish, was a weapons manufacturer on Garel during the age of the Empire. He had set in place a deal to sell banned T-7 ion disruptors to the Empire, but his plans fell through due to a slight language barrier…courtesy of a group of Lothal rebels. databank Amilyn Holdo Amilyn Holdo An unconventional Resistance officer, Amilyn Holdo was one of Leia Organa’s oldest friends. She assumed command of the Resistance fleet after Leia was injured. As the peril to the Resistance grew, Holdo’s insistence on secrecy and her brusque manner led her into conflict with Poe Dameron. She sacrificed her life to save the Resistance transports during the desperate flight to Crait. databank Amis Amis During the Clone Wars, Amis was one of the brightest students groomed for leadership for the next generation of Mandalore — a plan complicated by the sudden turmoil that engulfed the neutral planet during the conflict. As a Royal Academy of Government cadet, Amis was the wise-cracker amongst his friends, a good-spirited student who often thought with his stomach. Together with his pals, he helped expose corruption at the highest level of Mandalorian politics, but thwarting a black market conspiracy was child’s play compared to the rise of Death Watch. databank Anacondan Anacondan Anacondans are snakelike beings with two expressive eyes and a large mouth, completely sentient. databank Anakin Skywalker Anakin Skywalker Discovered as a slave on Tatooine by Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker had the potential to become one of the most powerful Jedi ever, and was believed by some to be the prophesied Chosen One who would bring balance to the Force. A hero of the Clone Wars, Anakin was caring and compassionate, but also had a fear of loss that would prove to be his downfall. databank Anakin Skywalker’s Podracer Anakin Skywalker’s Podracer Built in secret by the young slave Anakin Skywalker, this shiny blue and silver Podracer was boasted to be the fastest ever to compete in the Boonta Eve Classic. It wasn’t idle puffery by its creator — when thrown into the cutthroat racing competition, this Podracer’s performance gave Anakin the edge he needed to win the race and his freedom. Smaller and leaner than all the other competing Podracers, Anakin’s vehicle follows the same basic design found throughout the sport: a small cockpit pulled by two high-powered engines. The engines are locked to each other via an energy binder, and durable control cables connect the engines to the cockpit. databank Angel Angel Perhaps the most beautiful creatures in the universe, Angels are a species of winged humanoid that inhabit the moons of Iego. They were legendary throughout the galaxy and stories of their beauty were traded by deep space pilots from the core to the Outer Rim. They’re tall and beautiful, with glowing white skin and six-wings. databank Anooba Anooba These vicious creatures lived throughout the Outer Rim. They had pronounced lower jaws and sharp teeth, fearsome growls and thick patches of fur across their spines. They were trainable animals and during the Clone Wars, the bounty hunter Embo took one named Marrok as a working pet. A stylized Anooba also appears on the armor of Sabine Wren. databank anti-air turbolaser tower anti-air turbolaser tower Among the Empire’s most powerful defense weapons, the anti-air turbolaser tower are designed to thwart incoming fighter attacks. Featuring two cannons, it is notable for its range and precision. The Empire commonly lined anti-air turbolaser towers together to create a blockade. Its biggest weakness, however, is a lack of protection from ground-based assaults. databank AP-5 AP-5 Proud and honorable, AP-5 was a droid that served as a navigator for the Republic military during the Clone Wars. Following the formation of the Empire, however, he was reassigned to inventory. While the position did not take advantage of his gifts, he performed his duties without complaint — despite threats and disrespect from his Imperial commanders. It was only after a fateful meeting with the rebel astromech Chopper that AP-5 came to see he did not have to serve the Empire. He helped Chopper escape capture and defected to the rebels, helping find a safe haven away from Imperial forces. databank Appo Appo A clone trooper in Republic service, Appo took part in a number of critical battles during the fight against the Separatists. As a sergeant, he served under General Pong Krell on Umbara, and saw firsthand Krell’s willingness to throw away the lives of his troops. In the final days of the war Appo accompanied Anakin Skywalker to Coruscant’s Jedi Temple as part of Order 66. When Senator Bail Organa arrived during the aftermath of the Temple attack, Appo told him of the “Jedi rebellion” and ordered him to leave the area. databank Ap’Lek Ap’Lek A cunning strategist, Ap’lek enjoys using trickery and stealth to outmaneuver his foes, before cornering them and finishing them off with a blow from his massive vibro-ax, once the weapon of a Mandalorian executioner. databank Ap’lek’s vibro-ax Ap’lek’s vibro-ax Once the property of a feared Mandalorian executioner, Ap’lek’s vibro-ax is now an emblem of the Knights of Ren. Ultrasonic transmission plates vibrate the ax’s blades to give them even greater cutting power. databank Aqua Droid Aqua Droid Manufactured by the Techno Union, these underwater fighting droids were used by the Separatists during the Clone Wars to lay siege to aquatic planets like Kamino and Mon Calamari. They were formidable opponents and effective at surprise attacks. Aqua droids were more angular and stylized than standard battle droids, as well as excellent swimmers and were equipped with retractable laser cannons. databank Arashell Sar Arashell Sar Arashell Sar is one of several abandoned children working in the Canto Casino’s fathier stables. She spends her days mucking stalls, feeding fathiers, cleaning saddles and gear and doing everything else Bargwill Tomder demands. databank ARC Trooper Echo ARC Trooper Echo Echo was a soldier in the Grand Army of the Republic, known for his strict adherence to orders and rules — hence, his nickname, which was sarcastically gifted by his clone brothers. Still, Echo proved to be among the bravest clones, integral in the defense of Rishi Station and Tipoca City, and eventually achieved the rank of ARC trooper. Through tragic circumstances, however, he would become something more than a normal clone. databank ARC Trooper Fives ARC Trooper Fives Also known as CT-27-5555, Fives trained with Domino Squad on Kamino before being shipped out to the Rishi Moon listening outpost. He survived the Separatist attack on the station there, and was transferred to the 501st Legion alongside his squadmate and fellow survivor, Echo. Fives and Echo were promoted to ARC trooper status after the defense of Kamino from Separatist invaders. He and Echo were later assigned with the difficult mission of freeing Republic prisoners from the daunting Citadel prison installation on Lola Sayu. He and Echo were later part of a mission to free Republic prisoners from the Separatist prison called the Citadel. Echo fell in battle, leaving Fives as Domino Squad’s sole survivor. Fives accompanied the clone trooper Tup to Kamino for medical testing, where he discovered a terrifying secret about the clones’ origins and ultimate purpose. databank ARC-170 Starfighter ARC-170 Starfighter Protecting the skies over Republic worlds were specialized clone fighter forces flying the latest in starfighter technology. The ARC-170 fighter was a bulky, aggressive ship covered with weapons. Three clone trooper pilots operated this advanced combat craft, with a pilot handling the flight maneuvers, a copilot operating the laser cannons mounted on the ship’s wide wings, and a tailgunner operating the dorsal rear-facing cannon. The fighter also carried an astromech droid for onboard repairs. databank Archeon Nebula Archeon Nebula A fiery mass of forming stars, the Archeon Nebula is beautiful yet extremely dangerous. Passing ships often burn up within minutes upon entering, with the heat literally peeling craft apart. The Ghost crew and Gold Squadron navigated the Archeon Nebula, while battling TIE fighters, in order to deliver Mon Mothma to a pivotal meeting. databank Argus “Six Eyes” Panox Argus “Six Eyes” Panox Argus’s multiple, flexible eyestalks give him a clear advantage at the sabacc table, but his reputation precedes him and other players are on the lookout for his wandering. Always watching the competition, Argus thoughtfully chews his cud before making his next move. databank Asajj Ventress Asajj Ventress An assassin trained in the ways of the dark side by Count Dooku, Asajj Ventress yearned to be considered a true Sith, but such status wasn’t allowed under the Sith’s Rule of Two. Ventress fought with twin red-bladed lightsabers, and clashed with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker many times. But her destiny would not lie with the Sith. After Dooku rejected her as his apprentice and tried to kill her, Ventress returned to her roots as a Nightsister, made a living as a bounty hunter, and – in the strangest twist of all – rediscovered the way of the light that she’d rejected long ago as a Jedi Padawan. databank Asajj Ventress’s lightsabers Asajj Ventress’s lightsabers Asajj Ventress used a number of lightsabers during her life. As a Padawan, she used a green-bladed lightsaber, switching to a pair of red-bladed lightsabers during her years as Count Dooku’s apprentice. These Sith sabers had curved hilts similar to that of her master’s weapon. Ventress lost her twin sabers in a battle with Barriss Offee in the Coruscant underlevels, forcing her to acquire a new, yellow-bladed lightsaber on the black market. databank Ashas Ree Ashas Ree At first glance the lush green vistas of Ashas Ree seem exotic and inviting, but the planet harbors an ancient and dark history. The recent excavation of an old Sith temple has sent the local villagers fleeing in fear, and the destructive power of the dark side ripples from the sacred site like a beacon of doom. Before making a hasty departure, villagers left behind warnings to any visitors who might mistake the beautiful landscape for a welcoming retreat. “Beware. Evil. Get Away.” databank Ashas Ree Temple of the Force Ashas Ree Temple of the Force Like a tomb, the Temple of the Force on Ashas Ree is a quiet and venerable place strong with the Force. Treasure hunter Mika Grey recently unearthed a Sith temple below, sending the local villagers who made their home at the surrounding outpost fleeing. Now the ruins seem to be abandoned, save for the far-off whisper of an old woman distantly beckoning from inside. Deep at the heart of the temple, an ancient Sith relic thrums to life. databank Ask Aak Ask Aak Ask Aak was the Gran senator representing Malastare during the crisis that led to the Clone Wars. As a member of Chancellor Palpatine’s inner-circle, he was privy to many of the meetings and decisions that allowed the Republic to take military action against the secessionists threatening to leave the Republic. He was a strong proponent of this action, but allowed Representative Binks to advance the military creation act. databank ASP General Purpose Droid ASP General Purpose Droid Also known as ASP droids, these are labor droids performing manual tasks throughout the galaxy. databank Asteroid Belt Gas Refinery Asteroid Belt Gas Refinery Built on a small planetoid, the Asteroid Belt Gas Refinery operated in league with the Empire. Mining boss Yushyn led the operation with an unrelenting fervor; when massive purrgil creatures would come near the gas, he ordered his men to destroy them. Ultimately, the Ghost crew found the facility, stole its fuel for the rebellion, saved the purrgil, and destroyed the complex. databank Asteroid Field Asteroid Field Asteroid fields, consisting of asteroid clusters of varying size, can be found throughout the galaxy, including the Hoth system. Due to their unpredictability, asteroid fields are near impossible to navigate in a starship. However, certain creatures have been known to live on or inside the rocks themselves, and bases like Fort Anaxes have been built on larger masses. databank Astromech Droid Astromech Droid Astromech droids are a series of versatile utility robots generally used for the maintenance and repair of starships and related technology. These small droids are often equipped with a variety of tool-tipped appendages that are stowed in recessed compartments. The R2 unit is a popular example of an astromech droid. databank AT-ACT walker AT-ACT walker A larger version of the standard combat AT-AT, the AT-ACT walker features a dedicated cargo bed for the transportation of heavy building materials or combat munitions. It was deployed at major Imperial construction projects, such as shipyards and sprawling research installations. databank AT-AT Pilots AT-AT Pilots The Empire’s combat drivers are trained to handle everything in the Imperial ground arsenal, but AT-AT pilots see themselves as elite, controlling their massive four-footed assault vehicles in combat against Rebel targets. While driving early models of their massive walking tanks, AT-AT pilots nearly annihilated the Ghost crew and three surviving clones on Seelos, and later obeyed General Veers’ orders during the Empire’s advance on Hoth’s Echo Base, destroying numerous snowspeeders and blasting apart the Rebels’ ground defenses. databank AT-AT Walker (All Terrain Armored Transport) AT-AT Walker (All Terrain Armored Transport) The All Terrain Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker, is a four-legged transport and combat vehicle used by the Imperial ground forces. Standing over 20 meters tall with blast-impervious armor plating, these massive constructs are used as much for psychological effect as they are for tactical advantage. databank AT-DP Walker AT-DP Walker AT-DP (All Terrain Defence Pod) walkers were among the fastest Imperial vehicles of their type, designed primarily for patrols and scouting missions. They had more nefarious purposes, however. When the Empire wanted more land on the Outer Rim planet of Lothal, AT-DPs were used to quickly clear out farmers from their property. The walking tanks were also employed to combat rebel threats, including the crew of the Ghost. databank AT-DT walker AT-DT walker A stout two-legged walker, the All Terran Defense Turret, or AT-DT, is a mobile artillery piece designed to protect infantry and Imperial installations during ground combat. The AT-DT’s head is protected by extra layers of armor plating and shielding against artillery flashback. databank AT-Hauler AT-Hauler A specialized cargo vehicle, the AT-hauler deploys walkers on the battlefield. It can carry enormous loads thanks to powerful engines and heavy-duty cargo lifter arms augmented with tensile fields. A pilot handles flight operations, while a co-pilot takes responsibility for any cargo. Tobias Beckett’s gang steals an AT-hauler on Mimban to use in an audacious heist on Vandor. databank AT-M6 Walker AT-M6 Walker Lumbering armored beasts that are the latest generation in walkers, these enormous transports help the First Order secure the worlds of their expanding territories. databank AT-RT Walker AT-RT Walker While clone troopers were best deployed in large numbers, articulated battlefield armor such as this Republic scout walker transformed a single clone trooper into a formidable anti-infantry unit. Designed primarily as a reconnaissance vehicle, this two-legged open-cockpit walker is nonetheless swift and heavily armed, letting a clone trooper cut through battle droids easily. It was employed in such campaigns as the Battle of Kashyyyk. It was the precursor to the All Terrain Scout Transport seen during the Galactic Civil War. databank AT-ST Walker AT-ST Walker While not as imposing as its larger AT-AT walker cousin, the AT-ST nonetheless served as a significant addition to the Imperial side of battlefields in the Galactic Civil War. The two-man craft is lightly armed with chin-mounted laser cannons, and side-mounted weapon pods. The two-legged transport, dubbed the scout walker by many, serves as a reconnaisance and patrol vehicle, often flanking approaching AT-ATs and mopping up infantry that sneaks past the larger walkers. The Imperials used AT-STs in both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor. databank AT-TE Walker AT-TE Walker The principal battle tank of the Grand Army of the Republic, the All Terrain Tactical Enforcer features six articulated legs for propulsion. The legs are low to the ground, which reduces the walker’s top speed but does provide it with increased stability. The body of the walker consists of two armored halves connected by a flexible sleeve that increases its mobility on the field. The walker is truly all terrain, able to climb sheer surfaces and survive in the vacuum of outer space. The front of the walker is lined with four ball-turret laser cannons, while a single heavy projectile cannon is turret-mounted on the vehicle’s dorsal surface. Its rear fire arc is protected by a pair of laser cannon turrets. Though the walker’s armor can easily deflect small arms fire, tanksmasher rockets can pierce an AT-TE’s armor and destroy its complex propulsion mechanisms. databank Atai Molec Atai Molec Atai Molec is the ruthless prime minister of Zygerria who will do whatever it takes to bring his homeworld back to its former majesty. He also serves as Captain of the Guard, leading the royal sentinels sworn to protect the Queen and enforce Zygerrian dominance over their slaves. Despite his rank, Molec often took a hands-on approach. He has been known to personally prowl the markets on foot, vigiliant for any inklings of rebellion, and he delights in breaking slaves himself, brandishing the Zygerrian electro-whip with unrivaled cruelty. databank Athgar Heece Athgar Heece A Dybrinthe bounty hunter, Athgar Heece was one of many beings seeking to make a living in and around Jakku’s bleak Niima Outpost. Dybrinthe are accustomed to higher atmospheric temperatures and pressures, meaning Heece was one of the few on Jakku to find its conditions pleasant. databank Atollon Atollon A remote world of rock, the rebellion sought to establish a secret base on Atollon. But the planet was not as devoid of life as originally believed. Giant, multi-legged, spider-like creatures called krykna lived below the surface. They were aggressive beasts and relentlessly attacked the rebels. Eventually, the freedom fighters were able to repel the krykna using sensor markers and could keep their new home base. databank Aunt Z Aunt Z Patrons at Aunt Z’s Tavern, the most popular eatery on the Colossus platform, stop in for a quick drink or bite to eat… and the wise advice of the owner, Aunt Z’Vk’Thkrkza. Insightful to a fault, and sometimes brazenly blunt, Aunt Z’s charismatic personality has been known to break up a bar fight, quash a robbery, and stoke friendly (and profitable) wagers on race days. databank Aunt Z’s Tavern Aunt Z’s Tavern On the Colossus platform, Aunt Z runs the most popular eatery around with prime views on race days and relaxing games to pass the time. When mechanics and pilots need a change of scenery and camaraderie on their down time, this is their top choice for a hang out. databank Aurodia Ventafoli Aurodia Ventafoli Billed as the Chanteuse of the Stars, Aurodia Ventafoli usually headlines high-end concert halls, but has taken a booking she couldn’t refuse: an extended residency aboard Dryden Vos’s yacht. Ventafoli’s multi-vocoder boosts her already impressive voice so it attains nonhuman frequencies. databank Aurra Sing Aurra Sing A feared bounty hunter known for her chalk-white skin and built-in comlink antenna, Aurra Sing was an expert sniper and trained assassin who would work for anyone who paid her. After the death of Jango Fett, Aurra trained Boba Fett as a bounty hunter, teaching him the skills — and the ruthlessness — that he would need in pursuing his deadly profession. databank autovalet droid autovalet droid Thousands of Servo-O-Droid SO-1P autovalet droids ensure the uniforms of First Order officers are delivered clean, pressed and folded according to the regime’s exacting regulations. As class five droids with simple programming, they focus on their tasks regardless of what’s happening around them. databank AV-7 Anti-vehicle Artillery Cannon AV-7 Anti-vehicle Artillery Cannon These self-propelled artillery cannons were in use during the Clone Wars by the Grand Army of the Republic. Known as heavy cannons, they typically had four legs (though some moved via repulsorsled) that would spread out and stabilize the gun while it’s firing. It only required a single clone trooper to operate them, ma databank Avar Kriss Avar Kriss Avar is the brightest, most noble example of Jedi-hood. She always tries to see the good in people and situations, and never puts herself first. She is invigorated about life on the frontier and the challenges it brings, and is an inspiration for those who work with her. She is compassionate, not dogmatic, and always ready to sacrifice herself over others. Avar Kriss is the best of the best. databank Ax Tagrin Ax Tagrin The bounty hunter Ax Tagrin offers his services and raw, brute strength to whichever side seems to be winning and has the credits to pay. During the rise of the First Order, a job from Commander Pyre takes him to the Varkana system to use his penchant for advanced double blaster rifles and energy axes to hunt wanted Resistance spies. databank AZI-3 AZI-3 AZI-345211896246498721347 was a medical droid that served the cloners of Kamino. Normally a by-the-books droid who followed protocol, he exhibited daring and bravery when helping ARC trooper Fives — who gave him the nickname AZI-3 — uncover the secret of Order 66. databank Azmorigan Azmorigan Slovenly and greedy, Azmorigan was a gangster of unknown origin who dealt in the trade of rare, and often illegal, goods and services. His base of operations was his ship, the Merchant One, populated with servant droids and his own henchmen. While feared by many, Azmorigan suffered a major embarrassment when he was double-crossed by Lando Calrissian, resulting in the loss of the crime lord’s hard-to-find puffer pig. databank B-U4D (Buford) B-U4D (Buford) A burly loading droid clad in yellow ceramic armor plate, B-U4D serves on D’Qar as part of the ground crew that keeps the Resistance’s starfighters ready to fly. Tough and hard-working, “Buford” is one of many Resistance droids granted independence and seen as partners in the cause rather than mere machines. databank B-wing Fighter B-wing Fighter Perhaps the oddest-looking starfighter in the Rebel Alliance fleet, the B-wing fighter is as powerful as it is ungainly. The ship’s structure is almost entirely taken up by its primary airfoil, which houses a cylindrical cockpit on one end, an engine cluster in the center, and a heavy weapons pod at its base. Located just below the engine cluster are a pair of S-foils which can deploy to extend the firing arc of twin laser cannons. The B-wing’s command pod has a unique gyroscopic control system. The pilot can orient it so that it always stays level with a horizon line. No matter which way the B-wing may maneuver laterally, its pilot remains upright. databank B-wing Prototype (Blade Wing) B-wing Prototype (Blade Wing) Created by Quarrie, a master engineer, the Blade Wing prototype — later nicknamed the B-wing — was unlike any starfighter previously known. It featured on-board ion cannons and proton torpedoes, advances in speed, and a gyroscopic rotating cockpit. Quarrie built the Blade Wing in secret on Shantipole, where the Empire had no presence. The craft would not take to the skies, however, until the arrival the rebels Hera, Sabine, and Zeb, who were looking for a powerful new starfighter to bust Imperial blockades. Hera became the Blade Wing’s test pilot and shortly after took it into battle, where it decimated an Imperial battleship and led to a successful mission. databank B1 B1 Shut away in a storage container with a battalion of super battle droids for many years, aboard the Colossus one battle droid simply nicknamed B1 got a fresh start. While the engineer Neeku was fixing the rest of the rare droids, he upgraded B1’s systems for a more commanding and loyal droid than the typical battle bot. databank B1-series Rocket Battle Droid B1-series Rocket Battle Droid Rocket Battle Droids were standard B1 droids specially modified for the task of hunting down escape pods in space and destroying them. A number of them were tasked by General Grievous to destroy any survivors of an attack by the Malevolence, but Jedi Master Plo Koon survived the attack… databank B2-RP battle droid B2-RP battle droid Often referred to as rocket droids or jetpack droids, B2-RPs are modified B2 super battle droids. The Techno Union engineered them to incorporate rocket pack and compact repulsorlift technology. They’re different from other B2s in other ways as well, including their blue and white markings on their torso, arms, and legs. databank Babu Frik Babu Frik A tiny droidsmith working among the Spice Runners of Kijimi, the well-regarded Babu Frik can reprogram or modify virtually any droid, regardless of the security measures protecting its systems. databank Babu Frik’s workshop Babu Frik’s workshop Located in the heart of Kijimi City’s Thieves Quarter, Babu Frik’s workshop is a squat blockhouse overflowing with gear and droid parts. People from all across Kijimi City come to the workshop to do business with Babu, but he only performs “special modifications” for his patrons, the Spice Runners, who have made him an honorary member. databank Bacta Suit Bacta Suit Made of durable flexpoly, bacta suits circulate healing bacta fluid to damaged tissues in situations where a patient can’t be suspended in a full tank. Resistance medics place an unconscious Finn in an emergency bacta suit for the evacuation of D’Qar. databank Bacta Tank Bacta Tank Bacta tanks were cylindrical vessels filled with a liquid healing agent and used to treat seriously injured patients. To promote healing, patients were completely submerged and used breathing masks while recuperating. Clone troopers were treated in bacta at facilities such as the Kaliida Shoals Medical Center; after he was injured by a wampa, Luke Skywalker recovered in a bacta tank at Hoth’s Echo Base. databank Bahryn Bahryn An icy moon of Geonosis, Bahryn was a barren, frigid world — a stark difference to the arid planet it orbited. Only life forms adaptable to extreme cold, such as the massive bonzami, could survive its freezing temperatures. The rebel Zeb and the ISB agent Kallus crash landed on Bahryn, and had to work together to survive its harsh conditions. databank Bahryn Meteorite Bahryn Meteorite Unlike common meteorites, the Bahryn meteorite was notable for two traits: light and warmth. Long after impact, a Bahryn meteorite would emit a bright glow and exude heat. After the ISB Agent, Kallus, and the rebel, Zeb Orellios, were stranded on a frigid Geonosis moon, it was a Bahryn meteorite that prevented them from freezing. Kallus kept the rock as a reminder of his experience. databank Bail Organa Bail Organa Bail Organa, a member of Alderaan’s royal family and the planet’s representative to the Republic Senate, earned respect on Coruscant for his honesty and his commitment to justice. Prior to the Clone Wars, Bail served alongside Senator Padmé Amidala as a member of Chancellor Palpatine’s Loyalist Committee. The two became close friends, and recruited like-minded allies to prevent Palpatine’s alarming grabs for power. At the end of the war, Bail Organa adopted Padmé’s daughter Leia and raised her as an Alderaanian princess. While representing Alderaan in the Imperial Senate, he worked secretly with allies such as Mon Mothma and Ahsoka Tano to assist rebel cells scattered across the galaxy, working towards the day that a unified Rebellion could emerge. Bail died when the Death Star destroyed his homeworld. databank Bala-Tik Bala-Tik An agent of the feared Guavian Death Gang, Bala-Tik’s black leather coat and percussive cannon indicate his status within the galactic underworld. Bala-Tik negotiates business for the Guavians, backed by faceless, voiceless cybernetic soldiers awaiting the signal to take action. Bala-Tik considers Han Solo a capable smuggler and a valuable source of information, but his patience with the slippery Corellian and his endless excuses has all but run out. databank Balnab Balnab Not far from Patitite Pattuna, the planet Balnab is a primitive world, made of a stellar remnant still in the early stages of its development. In its relatively recent past, an alien starship crashed on the planet, and the surviving crew became the lone intelligence on the primeval world. Intelligence is a relative term, of course. The Balnab denizens were hoodwinked into cowing before the towering holographic form of Albee Dewaw, the iron-fisted dictator of Balnab. During one of their misadventures of the Clone Wars, C-3PO and R2-D2 revealed the truth behind Albee Dewaw to the stunned Balnab dwellers. databank Balosar Balosar Like most humanoids, Balosars come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but what sets them apart from humans are the antennapalps on top of their heads. These were sensory appendages that granted them sensory information than would be available to your average human. They were susceptible to Jedi mind tricks, as Obi-Wan Kenobi found out when he helped death stick-dealer Elan Sleazbaggano straighten his life out. databank Bantha Bantha Banthas are large, furry mammals that travel in herds through Tatooine’s desert wastes. They serve as mounts for Tusken Raiders, and the two species share a close, almost mystical bond. databank Barada Barada Barada was a Klatoonian slave who served as muscle and a mechanic for Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine. As the man in charge of maintenance for all of Jabba’s repulsor-operated vehicles, he was sent to the Great Pit of Carkoon when Jabba tried executing Luke Skywalker and the rest of the Rebels working to free Han Solo from his debt. He was present on one of the skiffs escorting Jabba and his retinue to watch the execution, but when Skywalker set his plan into motion, Barada was cut down by the Jedi’s green-bladed lightsaber. databank baradium bomb baradium bomb Val’s arsenal as a saboteur includes handmade baradium bombs. The bombs can be magnetically attached to surfaces, and the detonator is keyed to Val’s biological signature. During the Vandor heist, she wires a bridge on a conveyex track with baradium bombs. databank BARC Speeder BARC Speeder An army is only as effective as its mobility, so the Grand Army of the Republic was outfitted with an increasingly varied and versatile vehicle pool as the Clone Wars progressed. The BARC speeder gave a single clone trooper increased operational range, great speed, mobility, and firepower otherwise unavailable to the foot soldier. A more aggressive and bulkier design than slimmer speeder bikes used by the Jedi, the BARC speeder was used in scouting and escort missions on a variety of worlds. They were easily adaptable, with support struts that could be added to hold a stretcher or sidecar. databank Bardotta Bardotta During the Clone Wars, Bardotta was the setting of a dark mystery. Previously a peaceful world, the planet’s spiritual leaders began to vanish without warning. Queen Julia of the Bardotta requested that the Senate send Jar Jar Binks to investigate — but no Jedi due to a long-standing mistrust of the Order. When Jedi first began inducting Bardottan children into the Order, they were branded as thieves. Ultimately, Mace Windu accompanied Binks, and together they discovered the evil parties behind the disappearances. databank Bargwill Tomder Bargwill Tomder A mangy Cloddogran groom, Bargwill Tomder rules the stables at the Canto Casino’s racetrack, constantly berating the urchins who take care of fathiers. Tomder is as crooked as he is ill-tempered, and for the right price he will doctor fathiers’ feed or take other measures to fix races. databank Baron Attsmun Baron Attsmun A tyrant from Listehol, Baron Yasto Attsmun sails the artificial sea of Cantonica aboard his luxurious yacht, which bears the immodest name Undisputed Victor. Baron Attsmun uses his yacht as a setting for pursuing business deals and wooing guests. databank Barriss Offee Barriss Offee The Mirialan Padawan to Luminara Unduli, Barriss Offee preferred learning and studying ancient Jedi texts in the Temple to war. This mindset, while noble, led her down a dark path that saw her betray friends and commit terrible acts. databank Base One Base One Some time after abandoning Dantooine, Alliance High Command transferred operations to a new headquarters on the jungle moon of Yavin 4. There, stone temples built by a now-vanished species have been transformed into hangars, barracks and a command center. From Base One, as the Massassi site is known, rebel leaders direct the fight against the Empire. databank Battering Ram Cannon Battering Ram Cannon The First Order’s battering ram cannon miniaturizes the Death Star’s deadly superlaser, transplanting it into a cylindrical housing that can be airlifted to a planet’s surface and used to blast through any barrier. The First Order uses this deadly siege cannon on Crait, towing it across the salt plains with AT-HH tug walkers. databank Battle Droid Battle Droid Rather than use flesh-and-blood warriors, the Separatists prefer mindlessly loyal soldiers that are easily controlled. The soulless ranks of their armies are dominated by tall, thin B1 battle droids built as mechanical imitations of their Geonosian designers. Battle droids can be controlled by centralized command centers such as the Trade Federation’s enormous Droid Control Ships, or programmed for independent action. They often suffer programming glitches that manifest as personality quirks. Battle droids are dim-witted and no match for clone troopers or Jedi, but they weren’t designed to be smart – they were designed to overwhelm Republic civilians through sheer numbers, something they do very effectively. databank Battle Droid 513 Battle Droid 513 The nomadic Death Watch terrorists from Mandalore kept up their fighting skills by blasting apart dwindling reserves of captured droids. The cruel warriors would delight in picking apart the writhing automatons. Death Watch would then rebuild the droids, without bothering to wipe their memories of their torturous demise. Battle droid 513 consisted of parts cobbled together from a Retail Caucus droid, a standard battle droid, and a crab droid. Its deep-voiced vocodor begged for pity or release from its merciless masters. databank Batuu Batuu Batuu was once a thriving stop for traders and travelers before advancements in lightspeed technology. Now its lush forests and majestic mountain regions are known only to those who dare to venture this far into the Outer Rim. At the infamous Black Spire Outpost, smugglers and rogues peddle their wares among the towering remains of petrified trees while the locals cook up exotic dishes and spin tales of ancient settlers long forgotten. Recently, the struggle between the First Order and the Resistance has made its way to this remote locale, once a haven for those hoping to avoid entanglements with the First Order. databank Baze Malbus Baze Malbus The harsh reality of his Imperial-occupied home world has hardened Baze Malbus into a pragmatic soldier and a crack shot with his heavy repeater cannon. Baze has a bravado that provides a marked contrast to the spiritual centeredness of his best friend and moral compass, Chirrut ÃŽmwe. databank Baze Malbus’ MWC-35c Repeating Cannon Baze Malbus’ MWC-35c Repeating Cannon Baze Malbus has abandoned the ancient ways of the Guardians of the Whills, taking up an inelegant weapon for a less civilized age. His “Staccato Lightning” repeating cannon uses a belt of galven circuitry and a refrigerant tank to deliver the equivalent of five laser rifles’ worth of destructive firepower, making Baze a one-man wrecking crew in battle and an agent of retribution for the Empire’s evils. databank Bazine Netal Bazine Netal A feared bounty hunter, Bazine Netal grew up on Chaaktil, where she learned a range of deadly martial arts at Delphi Kloda’s combat school. Netal’s baffleweave dress jams sensors, while her black cowl hides burn damage inflicted by a flamethrower in her youth. Netal is a deadly opponent whose typical arsenal includes a snub-nosed blaster, poisoned dagger, throwing knives and concealed thermal detonators. She was at Maz’s castle in the company of Grummgar when Han Solo, Finn and Rey arrived, and slipped away to report their location to the First Order. databank BB unit BB unit Rolling about the hangar bays of outposts and capital ships, or snug in the astromech sockets of X-wing fighters, BB units work tirelessly to keep the weapons and vessels of the Resistance in top combat condition. databank BB-8 BB-8 A skittish but loyal astromech, BB-8 accompanied Poe Dameron on many missions for the Resistance, helping to keep his X-wing in working order. When Poe’s mission to Jakku ended with his capture by the First Order, BB-8 fled into the desert with a vital clue to the location of Luke Skywalker. He rejoined Poe in time for the attack on Starkiller Base, then helped Rey locate Skywalker’s planet of exile. As the Resistance rebuilt its forces after the Battle of Crait, BB-8 helped both Poe and Rey. databank BB-9E BB-9E The First Order benefits from the latest technology, and its warships rely on dark, gleaming BB astromech units to keep machinery operational and ensure procedures are followed. Assigned to the Supremacy, BB-9E keeps a sharp photoreceptor out – in every spectrum — for infiltrators, saboteurs and other threats to Supreme Leader Snoke’s flagship. databank BD-1 BD-1 A companion droid designed to assist operations in remote or dangerous locations across the galaxy, BD-1 has an almost disturbing enthusiasm for data collection and little regard for self-preservation. Like other BD units, this droid was programmed to be the ideal assistant to a researcher or explorer operating alone in the field with its ability to traverse all types of terrain. databank BD-3000 luxury droid BD-3000 luxury droid BD-3000 luxury droids were used across the galaxy as a luxury attendant during the era of the Galactic Republic. During the Clone Wars, Senator Amidala used one as a decoy to help stave off an assassination attempt by Aurra Sing on the planet Alderaan. Other senators and dignitaries used them as everything from escorts to office aides. They have a chromatic complexion and come in the form of shapely humanoid females. databank Bear Clan Bear Clan The Bear Clan was a class of Jedi Younglings all aged between four and eight that trained together in the years before and into the start of the Clone Wars. At one point, Obi-Wan Kenobi interrupted one of their lightsaber training sessions with Master Yoda and asked for their help in finding Obi-Wan’s missing planet of Kamino. Members of the Mighty Bear Clan included Chian, Jempa, Mari Amithest, Liam, and Ahsla. databank Beaumont Kin Beaumont Kin A historian who once aspired to become an educator, after the destruction of the Hosnian system Beaumont Kin abandoned his academic career to become a captain in the Resistance’s intelligence division. He offers the cause broad knowledge on a variety of topics. databank Beezer Fortuna Beezer Fortuna Notable for his desiccated lekku, Beezer Fortuna helps Saw Gerrera with operational planning. He is a cousin of Bib Fortuna, but has chosen to fight the Empire rather than seek profit in its shadows. Inspired by the Twi’lek guerrilla Cham Syndulla, Beezer fought the Imperial occupation of Ryloth and was freed from captivity by Saw Gerrera’s partisans. databank Belugan Belugan The Belugans were an aquatic species found in the crystal-filled caverns beneath the surface of the planet Quarzite. databank Ben Quadinaros Ben Quadinaros The pudgy, comic-faced Ben Quadinaros was a rookie Podracer who claimed he came from the mysterious Tund system. He competed in the Boonta Eve Podrace that saw the liberation of Anakin Skywalker from slavery. Ben was largely inexperienced, and was quite terrified of the Boonta race. At the start of the race, his engines wouldn’t even ignite. It was not until most of his competitors were already heading towards their second lap that his four engines did light — just as his power couplings shorted, sending the rockets flying about the arena. databank Bendu Bendu An ancient being, Bendu lived on Atollon, site of an early rebel base. He was massive in size and blended in with the planet’s coral-like landscape, remaining in a deep slumber until Kanan Jarrus’ imbalance awoke him. He called to the Jedi, recently blinded by Darth Maul, and began to train him in letting go of his fear and regret. databank Beru Lars Beru Lars As a young, shy girl, Beru Whitesun’s aspirations did not reach beyond Tatooine. She was content to marry Owen Lars and lead the tough life of a moisture farmer. Beru also fulfilled the role of guardian and substitute mother to young Luke Skywalker, and repeatedly voiced her support for his dream of joining his friends at the Academy. Beru fell victim to the Empire when Imperial stormtroopers raided the family farm in search of droids thought to have top-secret plans for the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the Death Star. databank Besalisk Besalisk Besalisks are a species of humanoid being with four arms and inflatable wattle. Dexter Jettster, a Besalisk, owned the popular eatery Dex’s Diner on Coruscant. databank Bespin Bespin Secluded from galactic turmoil by its location in a little-visited sector of space, Bespin is an astrophysical rarity. An immense gas giant surrounded by a number of moons, the planet contains a band of habitable atmosphere among its endless clouds. In this stratum of life, enterprising prospectors have established floating mining complexes devoted to extracting valuable gasses from deep within the planet. The most well known of these ventures is the opulent Cloud City, formerly under the administration of Lando Calrissian. During the tail end of the Galactic Civil War, the Empire garrisoned Bespin and took over Cloud City, though the outpost and the planet enjoyed freedom after the defeat of the Emperor at the Battle of Endor. databank Bestoon Legacy Bestoon Legacy When Ochi of Bestoon met his end in a vexis burrow on Pasaana, his ship remained where he left it atop a nearby bluff. With the First Order having confiscated the Millennium Falcon, Poe Dameron and Finn revive the Bestoon Legacy for a hasty trip to Kijimi. Rey has a strange feeling that she’s seen the ship before, and will soon discover its story is bound up with her traumatic exile on Jakku. databank BG-81 BG-81 BG-81 was an astromech droid in the service of Quarrie, a starfighter engineer on Shantipole. The droid assisted Quarrie in the construction of his experimental Blade Wing craft, and was present for both its test run and first field operation. databank Bib Fortuna Bib Fortuna Those attempting to do business with Jabba the Hutt first needed to maneuver past his pasty-faced majordomo, the Twi’lek Bib Fortuna. The darkly robed attendant often hovered near Jabba’s ear, offering advice and feeding information. Fortuna followed the rules of protocol in the Hutt’s court (such as they were), and spoke only in Huttese, though he understood other tongues. Fortuna’s affiliation with Jabba stretched over decades. databank Bibo Bibo Despite his diminutive size, Bibo’s pungent aroma and voracious appetite for everything from engine parts to even droids make the small creature a nuisance to the inhabitants of the Colossus. But Neeku takes an immediate liking to his smallest friend, taking a stand when Yeager and the rest of Team Fireball want the adorable blob-like troublemaker to leave. What they don’t know is that something very big is on its way to claim Bibo, and its arrival will endanger the entire platform. databank Big Al Big Al A frequent stool warmer at Aunt Z’s Tavern, Big Al spends most of his free time with his belly to the bar and a drink in his hand. Sometimes this unique perspective makes him question what he sees, especially when he witnesses a brief underwater chase with specialized SCUBA troopers on the heels of Kazuda Xiono, swimming in the depths while hanging onto a BB unit. databank Biggs Darklighter Biggs Darklighter Biggs Darklighter grew up on Tatooine with Luke Skywalker, and shared his friend’s dreams of escaping the dull desert world. After graduating from the Imperial Academy, he defected from the Empire’s service to join the Rebellion. He and Luke were reunited at Yavin 4’s Rebel base, and flew together against the Death Star. Luke returned from that mission as a hero, but Biggs did not survive. databank Bistan Bistan The efforts of the Rebellion have drawn warriors from across the galaxy, fighting to liberate their homes and free their people from the oppression of the Empire. Though Bistan wants to ensure the freedom of fellow lakaru, truth is, he’d rather fight no matter what, relishing the thrill of action. databank Bitey Bitey Although a nice, juicy gorg makes for a hearty snack for some, other alien species prefer to keep the doe-eyed creatures as pets. Flix and Orka have been known to do both, allowing one Gorg named Bitey an extended stay in their shop. Bitey often lives up to his name, chomping on wriggling fingers, and has been known to take down entire ships by chowing down on the wiring. databank Bith Bith Large headed aliens with a knack for science and music, the Bith were a peaceful, intelligent race. Hailing from Bith, they participated in Galactic politics and remained loyal to the Republic in the Clone Wars conflict. Perhaps the most famous Biths in the galaxy are Figrin Da’n and the Modal Nodes. databank Bivall Bivall These tall, bipedal sentients were an incredibly intelligent species who had large eyes, crested heads, long fingers, and slender bodies. They had scaly skin that ranged in color from white and red all the way to green. They were well suited for the work of doctors, scientists, researchers, and even political advisors. databank Black Ace Black Ace Griff Hollaron has made a lot of special modifications himself to turn his own Imperial-issue TIE fighter into a unique and fearsome machine. Although his extensive refittings are regarded by some as a little too drastic, it’s inarguable that he’s created an aggressively powerful and aerodynamic machine. databank Black One Black One Poe Dameron’s personal T-70 X-wing, Black One delivered the critical blows against Starkiller Base, returning to D’Qar with a bad case of carbon-scoring and frayed fire-control linkages. With the Resistance in grave danger, Poe and BB-8 flew with an experimental thrust accelerator pod designed to give Black One even greater combat speed. The X-wing played a key role in the attack on a First Order Dreadnought, but was destroyed by Kylo Ren’s attack run against the Raddus. databank Black Spire Outpost Black Spire Outpost The largest settlement on the planet Batuu, Black Spire Outpost is an infamous stop for traders, adventurers, and smugglers traveling around the Outer Rim and Wild Space. Off the beaten path, this outpost has become a haven for the galaxy’s most colorful — and notorious — characters. Widely known for the petrified remains of its once towering ancient trees, the spires now stand guard across the river valleys and plains and have long captured the imagination of travelers to this planet. To the first settlers, these petrified spires became more than just landmarks; they became the heart of the outpost itself. databank Black Sun Black Sun During the Clone Wars, the focus of the Jedi Knights on defeating the Separatists meant a decline of law enforcement, particularly in the sparsely patrolled Outer Rim Territories. This allowed criminal elements, like the notorious Black Sun syndicate, to flourish. The Black Sun’s tentacles reach across many worlds. Many of the organization’s operatives had no idea that they were benefiting Black Sun, so layered and intricate were the fronts that the syndicate hid behind. During the time of the Clone Wars, Black Sun was led by a cabal of Falleen nobles, who operated out of a well-defended fortress on Mustafar. The group’s Mustafar operations weren’t impregnable, however – Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos penetrated them to retrieve a family of captives taken in an underworld dispute between Black Sun and the Pyke Syndicate. databank Blade of Ochi of Bestoon Blade of Ochi of Bestoon This ornate knife, once owned by Ochi of Bestoon, sends a shock through Rey when she touches it, as the evil deeds committed with it still resonate in the Force. Sith runes carved on the blade reveal the location of the Emperor’s lost Sith wayfinder – but C-3PO’s programming forbids him from translating them. Unlocking the ominous weapon’s mysteries will lead Rey to a fateful discovery about her own origins. databank BlasTech A280-CFE BlasTech A280-CFE Cassian Andor is an experienced soldier and a well-trained sniper, and uses a weapon that allows him to switch missions as events demand. His A280-CFE (covert field edition) pistol can be augmented with an extended barrel, stock and sight, turning the sidearm into a rifle ideal for eliminating targets at long range. databank Blaster Pistol Blaster Pistol The standard ranged weapon of both military personnel and civilians in the galaxy, the blaster pistol fires cohesive bursts of light-based energy called bolts. Appearing in a variety of shapes and sizes and sometimes augmented for other functions, including acension guns that fire grappling hooks, blaster pistols deliver a wide range of damage capability. Many blaster pistols have stun settings that incapacitate a target, rather than inflicting physical damage. While blasters do deliver a searing concussive blast, they can be foiled by magnetic seals and deflector shields. databank Blaster Rifle Blaster Rifle Larger, more powerful blasters, often used by Stormtroopers, clones, or bountry hunters. Other forms included sniper blaster rifles. databank Blixus Blixus A horrific half-shelled monstrosity, the blixus is a rare beast that is regarded a prize to most collectors, as long as they are able to void the reach of its deadly tentacles.The blixus is coated with an articulated carapace, and hard chitin covers its six pick-like legs. Its well-muscled underbelly conceals a ghastly gash of a mouth filled with sharp teeth, and a pair of pincer-tipped graspers. Its most terrifying feature, though, are the five sinewy tentacles that terminate in sucker-lined grasping pads. databank Blue Ace Blue Ace No cost has been spared to build Torra Doza a state-of-the-art ship, a bright blue-hued custom creation. Regarded for its aerodynamic design and artistic elements that match her personality and racing style, her #5 racer was built for speed. databank Blue Shadow Virus Blue Shadow Virus This deadly waterborne virus was considered extinct by the time of the Clone Wars, but the Separatist researcher Nuvo Vindi re-engineered it, adapting it to spread through air instead of water. Vindi considered the virus a perfect organism, and imagined a galaxy where it was the only living thing, having killed everything else. He worked to release the virus on Naboo, but was foiled by clones led by Padmé Amidala and Ahsoka Tano. databank Blue Squadron Blue Squadron Blue Squadron was the primary line of defense for the Resistance’s base on D’Qar. Led by Poe Dameron and supported by such noted pilots as Snap Wexley and Jess Pava, the squadron repelled the First Order’s invasion of Takodana and later participated in the attack on Starkiller Base. databank Blurrg Blurrg Blurrgs are two-legged beasts of burden found on a number of worlds in the galaxy. Stoic and strong, they are used for everything from agricultural labor to war, carrying Twi’lek guerrillas and clone troopers into battle. databank BNI-393 BNI-393 A wide-eyed LEP servant droid, BNI-393 was one of the survivors of a Separatist plot that saw the shipjacking of a Jedi cruiser and its transformation into an explosive weapon. In the conquering of the ship, Bunny’s master was killed, leaving the shy yet helpful little droid alone. She connected with several other survivors, and avoided battle droid patrols that scoured the corridors of the cruiser. Bunny connected with R2-D2 and the droids of D-Squad, and was instrumental in helping defuse the Separatist plot. databank Bo Keevil Bo Keevil A soft-spoken Kel Dor pilot, Bo Keevil prefers to let the daredevil maneuvers of his lightning-fast yellow racer do the talking for him. A superb and confident pilot, he is part of the Aces squadron that defends the Colossus platform. databank Bo-Katan Kryze Bo-Katan Kryze A gifted warrior, Bo-Katan Kryze is a legendary Mandalorian. She refused to align with the Empire’s occupation of Mandalore, and now wields the Darksaber as the leader of the Mandalorian resistance. databank Boba Fett Boba Fett With his customized Mandalorian armor, deadly weaponry, and silent demeanor, Boba Fett was one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy. A genetic clone of his “father,” bounty hunter Jango Fett, Boba learned combat and martial skills from a young age. Over the course of his career, which included contracts for the Empire and the criminal underworld, he became a legend. databank Bobbajo Bobbajo Known as the Crittermonger, the Nu-Cosian Bobbajo was a common sight in Niima Outpost, bent beneath the caged animals he carried on his back. Bobbajo sold some of his animals as food to spacers, while considering others pets. He was a noted storyteller, regaling audiences with adventures he and his menagerie had pursued in long-gone days. databank Bodhi Rook Bodhi Rook A former Imperial pilot, Bodhi has strong piloting and technical skills that he will put to use for the Rebellion. Ever practical, but highly anxious, Bodhi must gather his courage to bring the battle to the Empire. databank Boga Boga When hunting for General Grievous on Utapau, Obi-Wan Kenobi went to the pens where Utapaun wranglers corralled native winged and wingless lizards for use as transports. He selected an obliging and brave lizard named Boga, with a leather saddle strapped to her swaying back. She stood four meters tall at the shoulder, and had a pebbled skin with an iridescent green and blue sheen. A crown of richly colored feathers fringed her head and neck, trailing away from her beaked face and keen eyes. Her powerful limbs ended in five-toed feet, tipped with curved claws providing excellent purchase on the sandstone surfaces. A long tail aided in balance and agility. databank Bogano Bogano A remote planet located in the Outer Rim, Bogano remains a largely unexplored world due to the fact that it’s missing from most modern maps. With a surface dominated by vast mesas and sprawling wetlands, it is said the world was once the home of a quixotic Jedi Master and holds many as yet undiscovered secrets. databank Bolla Ropal Bolla Ropal Bolla Ropal was the keeper of the Kyber Crystal, which stored the identities of Force-sensitive children known to the Jedi. After stealing a Holocron from the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the bounty hunter Cad Bane captured Ropal. To access the information about Jedi children, Bane needed Ropal to open the Holocron, into which he’d insert the crystal. Ropal refused despite being tortured by Bane’s battle droids, sacrificing his own life to thwart the bounty hunter’s plans. databank Bollie Prindel Bollie Prindel A member of the ground crew assigned to the Resistance base on D’Qar, Bollie Prindel is one of many crewers keeping the Resistance’s starfighter squadrons ready for action on short notice. databank Bolza Grool Bolza Grool Racers who dodge their commitments are likely to encounter the lumbering Klatooinian muscle Bolza Grool as he’s tossing them off the side of the Colossus platform head first. Grool makes his living selling gorgs in the marketplace and he does not appreciate being mistaken for a holo-dart board. databank Bonzami Bonzami Massive creatures that thrive in frigid temperatures, bonzami had plated spines, sharp teeth, and armored heads, including a horned mouth. Bonzami walked on four legs and hunted both alone and in packs, as the ISB Agent Kallus, and the rebel, Zeb Orrelios, found out when stranded on a Geonosis moon. They were predominantly white furred, allowing them to blend in easily with their icy surroundings, despite their enormous size. databank Boolio Boolio A mine overseer at the Sinta Glacier Colony, Boolio finds himself thrust into the galactic struggle after a mole within the First Order mysteriously supplies him with a file filled with critical intelligence. Acting swiftly, Boolio arranges to deliver this intel to the Resistance. His heroism soon leads to his arrest and execution. databank Boonta Eve Classic Podracer Pilots Boonta Eve Classic Podracer Pilots The Boonta Eve Classic was the largest annual Podrace held on Tatooine, hosted by the Hutts to commemorate the Boonta Eve holiday. Held just outside Mos Espa, the Boonta race course started in the Mos Espa Grand Arena. The formal race ceremony started with a parade of flag-bearers. Once the bearers cleared the grid, the Podracers’ massive engines would roar to life, seemingly anxious at the chance to soar at speeds exceeding 700 kilometers-per-hour. Eighteen Podracers competed to win the trophy that day. Anakin Skywalker survived to cross the finish line first, earning not only accolades, but his freedom from slavery. databank BoShek BoShek A Corellian smuggler and pilot-for-hire, BoShek was cooling his heels at the bar in Tatooine’s Mos Eisley cantina when Obi-Wan Kenobi introduced himself and said he was looking to hire a charter without attracting Imperial attention. BoShek didn’t take the job, but he knew two pilots who might be interested, and introduced Kenobi to Chewbacca the Wookiee. databank Boss Lyonie Boss Lyonie During the Clone Wars, Boss Lyonie served as the local leader of the Gungans of Naboo, chairing the Rep Council in Otoh Gunga. When the Republic needed reinforcements to prevent the Separatist takeover of Mon Cala, the Jedi Council asked Boss Lyonie to send in the Gungan Grand Army. Jar Jar Binks was quick to insist the Gungans help, especially since their loyal ally Senator Amidala was endangered. Though Lyonie proved a boon to the Republic during that campaign, a sudden tide of unrest among the Gungans against the Naboo caused many to fear that he would be siding with the Separatists. databank Boss Nass Boss Nass The stout and stern leader of the Gungans, Boss Nass was a proud keeper of his people’s ways. His booming voice issued decrees on behalf of all the Gungans of Otoh Gunga. He kept a tight rein on Gungan affairs, continuing a longstanding custom of isolationism. Though Nass’ temper is short, displays of courage and humility can pierce through his preconceptions. When Queen Amidala prostrated herself before the Gungan leader to request his aid in fighting off the Trade Federation invasion, he was impressed. Nass committed the Gungan Grand Army to wage war against invading battle droids. databank Bossk Bossk One of the most feared bounty hunters of the galaxy, Bossk used his natural Trandoshan hunting instincts to capture his prey. During the Clone Wars, the red-eyed reptilian partnered with Aurra Sing, Castas and young Boba Fett. Bossk didn’t care much for vendettas or politics. He was in it to get paid. After a brief stint in a Republic prison, Bossk continued his partnership with Fett, becoming a bodyguard to the teen bounty hunter. Decades later, Bossk answered Darth Vader’s call to capture the Millennium Falcon after the Battle of Hoth, an assignment that put him in direct competition with Boba. databank Bowcaster Bowcaster A traditional Wookiee weapon, bowcasters are hand-crafted on Kashyyyk according to ancient methods. Bowcasters are more powerful and accurate than blasters, firing a metal quarrel encased in plasma energy. Like many Wookiee creations, the bowcaster combines traditional craftsmanship with galactic technology. Noted bowcaster wielders include Chewbacca and the bounty hunter Embo. databank Bracca Bracca Decommissioned ships from all over the galaxy are brought to the inhospitable world of Bracca in the Mid Rim to be salvaged, the components sold by the Scrapper Guild to the Empire and used to construct new weapons of war. In the time of the Clone Wars, the planet’s industrial base and close proximity to hyperspace lanes ensured it was the site of several fierce battles as both sides vied for the strategically important world. databank Brain worm Brain worm These wormlike parasites were one of the Geonosians’ greatest secrets, able to control the brains of living hosts and even animate dead Geonosians. Karina the Great, the planet’s secret queen, attempted to take control of Jedi Master Luminara Unduli after the Second Battle of Geonosis. That effort failed, but brain worms took over the clones of Tango Company while traveling aboard a medical frigate. Hunted by the possessed clones, Ahsoka Tano desperately searched for a way to reverse the infestation. databank Brezak Brezak The light-bodied brezak is a species of large lizard with skin flaps that, when extended, allow the beast to glide on the air currents surrounding the mesas of Zygerria. Domesticated brezaks are used by the royal Zygerrian guards to patrol the ground for escaped slaves. The beast’s skin flaps are anchored to a flexible rib cage that allow the brezak to spread them wide. Its flat tail serves as a rudder, giving the animal — and a capable rider — a remarkable degree of control in the air. databank Bright Tree Village Bright Tree Village Built into the majestic trees high above the lush surface of Endor is the Bright Tree Village where the Ewoks of the Bright Tree Village tribe reside. Rope bridges and ladders connect each hut, village building, and watchtower. From the highest perches of the village, the Bright Tree Ewoks stand guard against predators like gorax and condor dragons. Unmarried Ewoks live in the lower huts, helping protect the village from Duloks and others that might do them harm. The more ornate huts are reserved for the village elders and leaders. The Bright Tree Village is where the heroes of the Rebellion were brought after they were captured by a Bright Tree hunting party just before they were adopted by the tribe. After the destruction of the second Death Star, this was the site of much celebrating by the Rebel Alliance. databank Broken Horn Broken Horn The Broken Horn was the flagship of Cikatro Vizago, an Outer Rim smuggler. The vessel was a modified C-ROC Gozanti-class cruiser, and manufactured by the Corellian Engineering Corp. Measuring more than 70 meters long, it was perfect for Vizago’s needs, with significant cargo holds for illegal goods. The ship was not designed for combat, however, and had few weapons; instead, Vizago relied on its shields and speed to make quick escapes. databank Brom Titus Brom Titus Brom Titus is a cold, arrogant officer of the Empire. He continually proves inept, however, falling to the Ghost crew time after time. databank Brother Viscus Brother Viscus A male Zabrak from Dathomir, Brother Viscus lived through the era of The Clone Wars as a leader of Nightbrother village. When Asajj Ventress sought out an instrument of her revenge, he supervised a tournament that chose Savage Opress as the new apprentice they would use to betray Dooku. Later, he would be sent by Mother Talzin to Ord Mantell to aid Darth Maul and the Shadow Collective as they fought to capture Count Dooku and General Grievous. He was badly wounded in the fight, but lived to fight another day. databank Bucket (R1-J5) Bucket (R1-J5) A battered, decrepit old droid addled by outdated, glitching programming, Bucket has been Jarek Yeager’s loyal astromech for years. Despite the droid’s eccentric behavior, Bucket is a capable mechanic. databank Buggles Buggles In her room high in Doza Tower, ace pilot Torra Doza enjoys the company of her beloved pet, Buggles, a fluffy-yet-not-quite housebroken voorpak. With wide cerulean eyes, a pug nose, and a lolling tongue, Buggles spends his days napping lazily in the shade, barking affectionately, and snuggling in Torra’s lap. databank Bulduga Bulduga Most beings in the galaxy assume that Ithorians are peaceful keepers of gardens and contemplative philosophy. The ones who have stared down the barrels of the bounty hunting brothers Bulduga and Onca beg to differ — if not busy begging for their lives. While Onca favored heavier rifles, Bulduga preferred the fast-draw blaster. Some who noticed Bulduga’s low slung holster, red-lensed goggles and wide-brimmed hat wondered if perhaps Bulduga was a copy-cat, looking to imitate another well known gunslinger — but not within earshot of the deadly Ithorian. databank Bultar Swan Bultar Swan The Jedi Knight Bultar Swan was one of the members of the Order selected to join a hastily assembled rescue party. Their target: Geonosis, where Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi had fallen into Separatist hands. databank Buzz Droid Buzz Droid An insidious weapon unveiled by the Separatist Alliance during the later stages of the Clone Wars, buzz droids are tenacious saboteurs launched onto enemy starfighters via specialized missiles. They emerge as spheres and attach themselves to a target vessel, popping open to reveal an insect-like droid equipped with cutters and other tools of vandalism. The buzz droids are designed to disable, not destroy, enemy craft. They operate quickly, slicing into starship hulls. While their tools are effective, a hit to its central eye can knock a buzz droid out of commission. databank Byph Byph A wide-eyed Ithorian boy, Byph was a Jedi youngling studying at the Jedi Temple during the time of the Clone Wars. At the height of the galactic conflict, he was selected as a top student to undergo The Gathering, an important Jedi rite of passage that tested students on the frozen world of Ilum. Byph had to overcome his fearful nature and find the Ilum crystal that would become the heart of his lightsaber. databank C’ai Threnalli C’ai Threnalli A hotshot Abednedo pilot, C’ai Threnalli flies as Poe Dameron’s wingman during the D’Qar evacuation, although he is hard-pressed to keep up with Poe’s turbocharged starfighter. Assigned to the Raddus, C’ai is left grounded after the destruction of the cruiser’s starfighter hangar. Like Poe, he has doubts about Vice Admiral Holdo’s leadership. databank C-21 Highsinger C-21 Highsinger Little is known of C-21 Highsinger’s origins — it’s clear he has had extensive modifications, and his combination of combat prowess and higher programming have blessedly made him one-of-a-kind. Rumors persist that he occasionally functions as hired protection for criminal families, and he is confirmed to be a self-sufficient bounty hunter. Highsinger’s servomotors and manipulators are precision-engineered to offer unparalleled reflexes that give the large droid the skills of a martial artist. By unlocking a rotator assembly in his trunk, Highsinger can become a rapid-firing, spinning turret of destruction with terrifying accuracy. databank C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO longs for more peaceful times, but his continued service to the Resistance — and his knowledge of more than seven million forms of communication — keeps the worry-prone droid in the frontlines of galactic conflict. Programmed for etiquette and protocol, Threepio was built by a young Anakin Skywalker, and has been a constant companion to astromech R2-D2. Over the years, he was involved in some of the galaxy’s most defining moments and thrilling battles. Since the Empire’s defeat, C-3PO has served Leia Organa, head of a Resistance spy ring aimed at undermining the First Order. databank C2-B5 C2-B5 The Galactic Empire relies on astromech droids to maintain its machinery, but unlike the Rebel Alliance, Imperial technicians do not grant their droids independence and subject them to frequent memory wipes to keep them subservient. databank Cad Bane Cad Bane A ruthless bounty hunter from the planet Duro, Cad Bane was the preeminent blaster-for-hire in the galaxy at the time of the Clone Wars. No quarry was too dangerous for Bane… if the price was right. Using an impressive arsenal of weapons and allies, the cold, cruel and calculating Bane would literally track his prey to the ends of the galaxy if required. Bane carried custom twin blaster pistols, gauntlets studded with control devices, a concealed bola, explosives, integrated breathing apparatus and rocket boots, ensuring that he was always well prepared for any situation that may arise. databank Cal Kestis Cal Kestis Cal Kestis is a member of the Scrapper Guild located on Bracca, where he works as a rigger — a specialization in the guild that involves setting up demolition and salvage equipment. The work is dangerous and physically demanding; riggers are agile, expert climbers without exception. Quiet and hard-working, Cal is well-liked in the guild but generally keeps to himself. The only real friend he has is Prauf, an older Abednedo. databank Caluan Ematt Caluan Ematt Like many Resistance officers, Caluan Ematt is a veteran of the Rebel Alliance. During the Galactic Civil War, he was a member of the Shrikes recon unit – and the sole survivor after an ambush on Tanaab. Promoted from major to general after the Battle of Starkiller Base, Ematt fled D’Qar with Leia Organa ahead of the First Order’s hunters. databank Canto Bight Canto Bight Located on the desert world of Cantonica, Canto Bight is a casino city and playground for the galaxy’s ultra-rich. It’s a place of both opportunity and high stakes, filled with casinos, racetracks, and other expensive distractions. databank Canto Bight Jail Canto Bight Jail Those who run afoul of the law in Canto Bight find themselves awaiting a hearing in the resort city’s jail, located on a hill above Old Town. Incarcerated within are thieves, pickpockets, swindlers and the occasional scoundrel looking for some hours of hassle-free sleep. databank Canto Bight Police Canto Bight Police Canto Bight’s uniformed police keep the peace in the resort city, and are trained to avoid messy public disruptions and unnecessary violence. Visitors who step out of line are incapacitated with stun blasts and hauled off to jail. Those attempting to evade justice are hunted down by lightweight, highly mobile police speeders. databank Canto Bight Police Speeder Canto Bight Police Speeder To navigate the maze of Canto Bight’s streets, the resort city’s police rely on GB-134 repulsorcraft, known informally as jet-sticks. Officers direct them by leaning one way or another, accelerating and braking with hand-held throttles and foot pedals. Their cannons are generally set for stun, but can be dialed up to lethal intensity. databank Canto Bight Speeders Canto Bight Speeders The streets outside Canto Bight’s casinos and nightclubs serve as showcases for a dizzying array of luxury speeders, many of them heavily customized by their owners. Well-heeled tourists travel to Canto Bight’s Old City, where mod shops can transform anything into a hovering, growling work of mobile art. databank Canto Casino Canto Casino At the heart of Canto Bight sits the Canto Casino and Racetrack. A fathier racetrack occupies the center of the complex, surrounded by game rooms, restaurants, cabarets and luxury hotels. Fortunes in Cantocoins are won and lost nightly at the casino, a place of soaring dreams and crashing disappointments. databank Cantonica Cantonica Located in the Corporate Sector, Cantonica would be just another forlorn, beige desert planet if not for the presence of the ultra-wealthy resort city of Canto Bight, which draws well-heeled tourists and high-rolling gamblers from across the galaxy. databank Captain Antilles Captain Antilles A level-headed ship officer schooled in diplomacy, and a capable pilot entrusted to ferry about the royal family of Alderaan, Captain Antilles served in Bail Organa’s command staff. He was part of the bridge crew of Organa’s diplomatic cruiser, a role he would continue during the time Princess Leia served as Senator of Alderaan. databank Captain Argyus Captain Argyus A member of the elite Senate Guard commandos, Captain Argyus was tasked with overseeing the transport of an important Republic prisoner: Separatist mastermind Nute Gunray. Gunray’s wealth and the careful manipulation of Darth Sidious ensured that Argyus’ loyalties wandered. Argyus betrayed the Republic, and ensured Gunray’s escape from the cruiser Tranquility. databank Captain Brunson Captain Brunson Earning a high rank at a young age, Captain Brunson was the gifted and ambitious commanding officer on an Imperial light cruiser. She battled the Ghost crew of rebels at Geonosis, and in a bold move, looked to bury their ship in the underground of the rocky planet. Brunson would suffer an embarrassment, however, when the Ghost escaped — destroying her command ship in the process. databank Captain Canady Captain Canady A veteran officer, Moden Canady was captain of the Siege Dreadnought Fulminatrix, charged with annihilating D’Qar’s Resistance base from orbit. Canady commanded a Star Destroyer in the Imperial Starfleet, and was distressed to find himself surrounded by arrogant, inexperienced young First Order officers. He incinerated the base and was preparing to fire on Leia Organa’s flagship when his warship was destroyed by the Resistance’s last remaining bomber. databank Captain Cassian Andor Captain Cassian Andor An accomplished Alliance Intelligence officer with combat field experience, Captain Cassian Andor commands respect from his Rebel troops with his ability to keep a cool head under fire and complete his missions with minimal resources. databank Captain Doza Captain Doza Solemn and reserved, Captain Imanuel Doza runs the Colossus platform from a pristine office in his namesake tower. Although he has a soft spot for his daughter, Torra, he is seen as a stern man who will not be easily intimidated, even by the First Order. databank Captain Doza’s Office Captain Doza’s Office Inside Captain Doza’s private office, the leader of the Colossus platform hosts private meetings with the First Order and conceals secrets about a past affiliation with the Empire. databank Captain Gawat Captain Gawat Idrosen Gawat led the planetary defense forces safeguarding the Mykapo system before coming out of retirement to join the Resistance. A seasoned veteran, Gawat serves as executive officer aboard the Raddus, assisting Admiral Ackbar. databank Captain Hark Captain Hark Loyal to Tiber Saxon, Capatin Hark is a Mandalorian warrior who serves the Empire. He has misgivings, however, about the use of a superweapon that targets Mandalorian armor. databank Captain Kosh Captain Kosh Captain Kosh is the commander of an Imperial garrison on Tatooine. His forces are caught up in a conflict with the local rebellion led by Jennica Pierce. Kosh manipulates both allies and enemies as pawns to achieve the goals of the Empire. He also has an unusual interest in ancient artifacts. databank Captain Merumeru Captain Merumeru Captain Merumeru was a Wookiee chieftain that led a group of Wookiee warriors into battle against the Separatists on Kashyyyk. Leading the charge with a roar, he fought valiantly on the beaches at the battle of Kachirho City alongside his Wookiees and Clone Soldiers of the Republic in the hours leading up to Order 66. databank Captain Needa Captain Needa Captain Needa commanded the Avenger, one of the Imperial Star Destroyers that fought for the Empire at the Battle of Hoth. His ship pursued the fleeing Millennium Falcon, but the freighter escaped under mysterious circumstances. Baffled but contrite, Needa decided it was his duty to apologize to Darth Vader for losing the ship. databank Captain Panaka Captain Panaka Queen Amidala’s loyal protector during the Trade Federation invasion crisis was Captain Panaka. Panaka was often referred to as “the quickest eyes on Naboo” for his attention to detail and selfless dedication to the safety of the Queen. Panaka commanded a team of Royal Palace Guards and Security Troopers stationed throughout Theed. During the Trade Federation invasion, Panaka stayed close to the Queen, ensuring her protection from the Neimoidians’ plans. His loyalty was such that he would openly question the strategy of Jedi Knights if he thought it would somehow endanger Amidala. databank Captain Peavey Captain Peavey Edrison Peavey commands the Star Destroyer Finalizer, which requires him to take orders from General Hux. Peavey has little respect for Hux, whom he regards as an arrogant schemer with a poor grasp of tactics. But as a veteran of the Empire, Peavey respects the chain of command and keeps his opinions to himself. databank Captain Phasma Captain Phasma Clad in distinctive armor of salvaged chromium, Captain Phasma commands the First Order’s legions of stormtroopers. A tough veteran commander, she has no use for fancy titles or complex war rooms, preferring to lead her troops in battle against the First Order’s enemies. A determined survivor, Phasma betrayed the First Order on Starkiller Base. She managed to conceal her treachery, but fell in battle against Finn, one of her former soldiers. databank Captain Phasma’s Baton Captain Phasma’s Baton For close-quarters combat, Captain Phasma carries a quicksilver baton compacted within a containment field. Activating the baton causes it to extend to full length, boasting spearpoints at either end. databank Captain Phasma’s Blaster Rifle Captain Phasma’s Blaster Rifle While performing her duties for the First Order, Captain Phasma carries a customized blaster rifle, clad in chromium to match her distinctive armor. Phasma’s rifle lacks the full trigger guard standard for an F-11D blaster. databank Captain Typho Captain Typho Gregar Typho succeeded Captain Panaka as head of Padmé Amidala’s security detail, protecting her as Naboo’s queen and then as its Senator. During the Separatist Crisis, Typho endorsed the plan for Padmé to evade assassins by secretly returning to Naboo with Anakin Skywalker. He loyally defended the Senator against a host of enemies in the Clone Wars. databank Cara Dune Cara Dune A veteran of the Galactic Civil War who fought under the banner of the Rebellion, Cara Dune is a seasoned warrior. An intimidating brawler and crack shot, Dune has put her days of military discipline behind her, and now has reinvented herself as a mercenary. databank Carbon-freezing Carbon-freezing Carbon-freezing is an industrial process that encases highly pressurized gases inside solidified carbonite. In Cloud City, Darth Vader decided to freeze Luke Skywalker in carbonite for transport to the Emperor. (As Anakin Skywalker, he’d undergone the process himself to evade Separatist life detectors.) Before setting his trap for Luke, Vader tested the process on Han Solo. The smuggler survived, and was later freed by Princess Leia in Jabba’s palace, though hibernation sickness left him temporarily blind. databank Cardo Cardo Cardo is a walking arsenal, using a powerful customized arm cannon to spray death and destruction at the Knights of Ren’s targets. His years of tinkering with weapons have made him a skilled armorer, and he repairs his fellow Knights’ gear after their missions. databank Cardo’s arm cannon Cardo’s arm cannon This customized weapon makes Cardo a walking arsenal, combining a wide-bore flamethrower with a repeating laser cannon that can also launch plasma bolts. It’s the perfect weapon for its bearer, who likes nothing better than to unleash destruction against all enemies in range. databank Caretakers Caretakers An enclave of females from the Lanai species, the Caretakers dwell on Ahch-To’s sacred island, and consider it their religious duty to maintain its ancient structures and care for any seekers of truth drawn to their lonely planet. Male Lanais spend most of their time at sea, returning for monthly celebrations. databank Carlac Carlac A beautiful, snow-draped world in the Outer Rim Territories, Carlac avoided much of the violence of the Clone Wars. But when the nomadic Death Watch warriors turned it into a camp, the planet and its peaceful Ming Po people faced death and destruction. The cruel Death Watch warriors erected temporary tents next to a Ming Po town, and raided the defenseless village for servants. Chieftain Pieter, leader of the Ming Po, demanded that Death Watch leave Carlac at once, unleashing the cruel temper of Pre Vizsla. databank Cassie Cryar Cassie Cryar The female Terelian Jango Jumper has impressive acrobatics skills which came in handy as a thief in the Coruscant underworld. Cassie Cryar’s main objective was to steal highly-sought after objects. By helping her partner Ione Marcy murder her boyfriend, the Trandoshan assassin Nack Movers, Cassie obtained one of the most valuable items in the galaxy — a Jedi’s lightsaber. Her desire to keep the lightsaber made her overconfident. She believed she could wield the same power as a Jedi. databank Castas Castas A burly Klatooinian, Castas signed on with Aurra Sing to help Boba Fett seek revenge against the Jedi Master Mace Windu. But when Sing’s gang tangled with the Republic military, Castas decided the job was too risky — he’d be better off working alone. databank Castilon Castilon Located in the Western Reaches near Takodana, the planet Castilon is dominated by vast oceans. The surface is broken up by the occasional inhabited structures, including for a time the Colossus, a refueling station and home to wannabe racers. databank Catacombs of Cadera Catacombs of Cadera Across the desert from the Holy City lie the ancient Catacombs of Cadera, once the final resting place for adherents of a vanished faith. Saw Gerrera’s partisan militia has set up operations among the bones of the forgotten, using the catacombs as a base for raids against Jedha’s Imperial occupiers. databank Cato Neimoidia Cato Neimoidia A weathly Neimoidian colony world, Cato Neimoidia’s jewelled palaces and opulent bridge-cities were the pride and joy of Trade Federation barons, who sought constantly to one-up each other and dazzle guests with displays of ostentatious hospitality and luxury living. databank Cato Parasitti Cato Parasitti This Clawdite bounty hunter from the planet Zolan was one of the most lethal assassins in the galaxy. During the Clone Wars, she was involved in a plot with Cad Bane to steal a holocron from the Jedi Temple. Using holographic technology in addition to her shape changing abilities, she was able to infiltrate the Jedi Temple disguised as Ord Eniscence, a Jedi master murdered by Cad Bane. Eventually, Parasitti had to abandon that identity and assume the guise of Jedi Librarian Jocasta Nu. Eventually, padawan Ahsoka Tano saw through her disguise and defeated the Clawdite. databank Cave of Evil Cave of Evil Dagobah was one of the purest planets in the galaxy, alive with the Force thanks to its abundant life. One cave in the planet’s swamps roiled with the dark side. During the Clone Wars, the spirit of Qui-Gon Jinn led Yoda to this cave, where Yoda had a vision of Darth Sidious’s triumph over the Jedi. Years later, Luke Skywalker faced his own test in the cave, fighting a saber duel with a spectral Darth Vader whose helmet concealed Luke’s own face. databank CB-23 CB-23 A maroon and turquoise BB astromech unit, CB-23 serves as Poe Dameron’s co-pilot while BB-8 keeps tabs on Kaz and his spying mission. At first considered stuck up and pushy, literally clashing with BB-8 when the two come together for a mission aboard a freighter, the two droids eventually come to an understanding. databank Celsor 3 Celsor 3 The frigid surface of Celsor 3 is an inhospitable but picturesque landscape. On the small, uninhabited, and freezing cold moon, ice pillars majestically dot the landscape, blanketed in fog. The only creature known to survive under such conditions is the mighty jakoosk, a frightening beast with special armored plates that protect its dorsal side from blaster bolts, and a gaping maw snarling from the center of a few spindly legs, perfect for swooping down and snatching hapless creatures up in an instant. databank Central Detention Center Central Detention Center The Republic Central Judiciary Detention Center was located on Coruscant, and housed political prisoners as well as common criminals. Clone shocktroopers kept order in the sprawling facility, whose inmates during the Clone Wars included Cad Bane, Moralo Eval, Boba Fett, Bossk, Aurra Sing and Ziro the Hutt. databank Cere Cere Among the scattered Jedi who survived Order 66, the purge that all-but wiped out the Jedi Order, Cere Junda has been living in seclusion for years. After saving Cal Kestis from the Imperial Inquisitorius, Cere begins to mentor the former Padawan. But along with Greez Dritus, the captain of the Stinger Mantis, Cere is on a secret mission of her own — to rebuild the Jedi Order. databank Cerean Cerean Cereans were mammalian humanoids with massive coned craniums that contained complex binary brains. During the last days of the Galactic Republic, a Cerean named Ki-Adi-Mundi was a prominent member of the Jedi Council. They hail from planet Cerea. databank Chadra-Fan Chadra-Fan Chadra-Fan are meter-high, rodent-like sentients with big ears and dark eyes. They hail from the planet Chad in the galaxy’s Outer Rim. One Chadra-Fan was a frequent patron at the Mos Eisley Cantina, where her high-pitched squeaks proved an annoying but effective way to get the attention of Wuher, the gruff bartender. databank Chagrian Chagrian These amphibious bipeds had long, black forked tongues, blue skin, and two pairs of horns. The top pair of horns protruded from their skulls and the other pair came from fleshy head tails that grow over their shoulders. A Chagrian, Mas Amedda, rose to the rank of Vice Chair of the Galactic Senate during the waning days of the Republic and became Grand Vizier to Emperor Palpatine at the formation of the Empire. databank Chairman Papanoida Chairman Papanoida Papanoida became chairman of Pantora after the death of Chi Cho. When he refused to join the Separatists, they blockaded Pantora and hired the bounty hunter Greedo to kidnap Papanoida’s daughters. Unwilling to wait for Coruscant law enforcement or the Senate to help, Papanoida took it on himself to solve the kidnapping and rescue his children. databank Cham Syndulla Cham Syndulla The freedom fighter Cham Syndulla arose on Ryloth during the Clone Wars, after the Separatists invaded his homeworld. A dedicated fighter with no tolerance for corruption or dishonesty, Syndulla forged an alliance with Mace Windu that brought liberty to his fellow Twi’leks. Syndulla resisted the Empire after its rise to power, hatching a plot to ambush Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader on Ryloth. His daughter Hera would continue his campaign to undermine Imperial power. databank Chancellor Villecham Chancellor Villecham A Tarsunt from the system of the same name, Lanever Villecham was elected chancellor of the New Republic two years before the First Order’s raid on Jakku. He focused his political efforts on such matters as improving trade relations with neutral systems. Despite Leia Organa’s warnings, Villecham didn’t consider the First Order to be a threat to galactic peace. databank Chandrila Mistress Chandrila Mistress The Chandrila Mistress is Mon Mothma’s personal shuttle, used within Gold Squadron for sensitive missions. It is equipped with a signature modulator to mask its real name, allowing Mothma to travel without Imperial notice. databank Chata Hyoki Chata Hyoki As a Selkath from the aquatic planet of Manaan, Chata Hyoki wore highly specialized armor that helped keep his skin moist as he made a name for himself in the galaxy as a feared bounty hunter. On the other hand, he was a drunk who haunted Coruscant cantinas. During the Clone Wars, he worked with fellow bounty hunter Robonino to intimidate Senators into changing their votes in the Senate on behalf of Count Dooku. Dooku raised the stakes by instructing the pair to assassinate Senator Amidala, a scheme the Sith lord had tried numerous times before with little success. Hyoki and his compatriot failed in their assassination attempt and were arrested when they attacked Senator Bail Organa at the Senate building. databank Chava Chava An elder Lasat mystic, Chava, or Chava the Wise, survived the Imperial purge of Lasan. Along with Gron, a fellow survivor, she was rescued by the Ghost crew. Chava believed in an ancient prophecy that would lead the Lasat to their original homeworld — and the rebel Zeb was the key. databank Che Amanwe Papanoida Che Amanwe Papanoida Che Amanwe found herself caught in the war of wills between the Separatists and her father, Chairman Papanoida, when bounty hunters hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped her and her sister. Imprisoned on Tatooine, Che Amanwe proved she could defend herself quite ably. databank Chelidae Chelidae Mysterious shellfolk, Chelidae are plodding aliens with the ability to slow down their life systems and attain dormancy. They inhabit the bowels of the Colossus, toiling away at engineering, custodial, and maintenance tasks with patient accuracy. In Neeku’s estimation, they are the true heroes of the platform because of their ability to keep the infrastructure of the station in working order. They also prove to be kind and selfless. databank Chewbacca Chewbacca A legendary Wookiee warrior and Han Solo’s longtime co-pilot, Chewbacca continues to serve as faithful first mate to carry out daring missions against the First Order behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon. Known as Chewie to his closest friends, he was part of a core group of rebels who restored freedom to the galaxy during the reign of the Galactic Empire. Known for his short temper and accuracy with a bowcaster, Chewie also has a big heart and unwavering loyalty to his friends. databank Chi Cho Chi Cho As the chairman of the Pantoran Assembly, Chi Cho, was an arrogant and ruthless leader who had no interest in seeking peaceful solutions to his problems. Hoping to use the Jedi as an instrument of blunt force to take back the planet of Orto Plutonia back for the Pantorans, Cho and the Jedi accompanying him (including Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker) find nothing more than a deserted Separatist base. When it was discovered that a primitive group of Talz had claimed the moon for themselves, Cho almost single-handedly declares war against them and charges into an ill-conceived battle. He met his death at the end of a Talz’ spear. databank Chi Eekway Papanoida Chi Eekway Papanoida The daughter of Pantora’s Chairman Papanoida, Chi Eekway became a pawn in a high-stakes political game when bounty hunters hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped her and her sister. Ahsoka Tano and Riyo Chuchi freed Chi from captivity aboard a Trade Federation vessel. databank Chief Chirpa Chief Chirpa The chief of the Ewoks dwelling in Endor’s Ewok village, Chief Chirpa agreed to join the struggle against the Empire, organizing war bands to fight the stormtroopers. As a sign of this commitment, he ordered that Luke Skywalker and his friends be adopted into his tribe. databank Chief Petty Officer Unamo Chief Petty Officer Unamo Chief Petty Officer Unamo served the First Order aboard the flagship Finalizer, supervising the massive Star Destroyer’s crew and reporting to higher-ranking members of the command crew such as Lieutenant Mitaka. databank Chieftain Pieter Chieftain Pieter The elder leader of a town of Ming Po on Carlac, Chieftain Pieter hated the intruding Death Watch and their bullying ways. The marauding gang set up camp next to Pieter’s town, and kidnapped many of the defenseless townspeople to toil as their servants. Pieter bravely confronted Vizsla, demanding the return of his people. Vizsla appeared to concede, but it was all a cruel ploy to teach Pieter a painful lesson. databank Chirrut ÃŽmwe Chirrut ÃŽmwe Deeply spiritual, Chirrut ÃŽmwe believes all living things are connected through the Force. His sightless eyes do not prevent him from being a highly skilled warrior. Though he lacks Force abilities, this warrior monk has rigorously honed his body through intense physical and mental discipline. databank Chirrut ÃŽmwe’s Lightbow Chirrut ÃŽmwe’s Lightbow Before the Empire left their traditions in ruins, a Guardian of the Whills constructed a lightbow as part of his or her spiritual progression. A lightbow is similar to the bowcasters built by Kashyyyk’s Wookiees, marrying handcrafted artisanry with technology to create a weapon more powerful than a heavy rifle. Chirrut ÃŽmwe uses his lightbow to devastating effect on Eadu and Scarif. databank Chirrut ÃŽmwe’s Staff Chirrut ÃŽmwe’s Staff Chirrut ÃŽmwe carries a flame-hardened staff of uneti-wood while afoot in Jedha’s Holy City. The staff appears to be nothing more than a blind man’s walking stick, but it is a deadly weapon in Chirrut’s hands. One end is capped with an enclosure for a kyber crystal, offering a symbolic source of inner illumination. databank Chopper (C1-10P) Chopper (C1-10P) Chopper was the resident droid of the Ghost, assisting the crew in everything from ship maintenance to combat — even though he didn’t always want to. After many years of repairs and patch jobs, Chopper had a beat-up, worn look that matched his sometimes cranky personality. Aesthetics aside, he was an essential part of this small rebel team, and ultimately, was loyal and heroic. databank Christophsis Christophsis A beautiful jewel of a world with immense crystalline formations, Christophsis was the site of repeated and heated battles in the Clone Wars. A blockade of Separatist vessels trapped a Senate relief mission behind enemy lines, necessitating a special Republic task force with experimental starship technology to scatter the blockade. This precipitated a full scale Separatist invasion of the planet, made possible by a traitor within the clone trooper ranks. In the end, the Republic was able to turn the Separatist invasion, and guard the planet from future incursions. databank Cikatro Vizago Cikatro Vizago Once a leader of the Broken Horn crime syndicate on Lothal, Cikatro Vizago changed his ways (mostly) and now serves as captain of the Rebellion’s stolen ore crawler. databank Cin Drallig Cin Drallig An esteemed Jedi Master and a swordsman of great skill, Cin Drallig was the head of security for the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. He is in command of the Temple Guard assignments, and also serves as a lightsaber instructor, as all veteran Jedi are encouraged to pass on what they have learned to a new generation of Padawan learners. Though it smacks of disrespect, Drallig has earned the unflattering nickname of “the Troll” among the Order. databank Clan Kryze Clan Kryze Clan Kryze is a faction of Mandalorian warriors under the leadership of Bo-Katan Kryze. After the Empire’s occupation of Mandalore, Bo-Katan led the clan in the hopes of resisting Imperial rule and restoring her homeworld. databank Clan Saxon Clan Saxon Clan Saxon is a Mandalorian faction that has pledged loyalty to the Empire. Under the rule of both Gar Saxon and his successor, Governor Tiber Saxon, they battle rebels and Mandalorians alike in their quest to maintain power on their homeworld. databank Clan Wren Clan Wren Clan Wren is among the most storied of Mandalorian warrior families. Part of House Vizsla, Clan Wren aligned with the Empire and Gar Saxon under duress. The clan broke ties with the Empire, however, following a reconciliation between leader Ursa Wren and her daughter Sabine. Now, Clan Wren stands with Bo-Katan, leader of Mandalore. databank Cleat Cleat Cleat is known as Phoenix Four in the Rebellion’s vaunted Phoenix Squadron. A gifted pilot, Cleat is eager to serve the fight against the Empire. databank Clegg Holdfast Clegg Holdfast An arrogant journalist for Podracing Quarterly, Clegg Holdfast considered himself an expert racer and loved showing off his chestful of medals. His fancy decorations did Holdfast no good during the Boonta Eve Classic: On the race’s second lap, Sebulba’s illegal flame-jets cooked Holdfast’s engines, causing him to crash into the desert. databank Cliegg Lars Cliegg Lars Cliegg Lars was a modest, good-hearted moisture farmer who lived on the Lars homestead, not far from the township of Anchorhead. During a trip to the bustling spaceport of Mos Espa, Cliegg fell in love with Shmi Skywalker, a slave owned by Toydarian junk trader Watto. Cliegg purchased Shmi’s freedom and, soon after, made her his bride. They lived a quiet existence for years on the homestead, surviving against the harsh desert elements. With Owen, Cliegg’s son from a previous union, and Owen’s girlfriend Beru Whitesun, the Lars homestead was a tiny island of familial warmth amidst the endless desert wastes. Until tragedy struck… databank Clone 99 Clone 99 During the Clone Wars, Clone 99 was a malformed result of the cloning process. Due to his genetic defects and physical limitations, he was considered unfit for combat, and remained behind on Kamino to support the training efforts of his clone “brothers.” Though his responsibilities were menial and his job consisted primarily of janitorial duties, he took pride in his work and in his connection to the Republic’s noble heroes. Despite (or perhaps because of) his physical shortcomings, Clone 99 was gentle, thoughtful and wise, offering a unique perspective for cadets facing the rigors of military training. During the Separatist invasion of Tipoca City, he assisted a group of clone cadets in their defense of the cloning facility. databank Clone Captain Rex Clone Captain Rex Clone Captain Rex served the Republic during the Clone Wars, often taking orders from Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano. He viewed military service as an honor, and he always completed his mission. Fond of using two blaster pistols at the same time, Rex customized his armor with distinctive blue markings. His loyalty to the Republic and his Jedi Generals was absolute, but even this dedicated veteran soldier found himself plagued by doubts as the Clone Wars claimed more lives and brought ruin to more worlds. databank Clone Commander Bacara Clone Commander Bacara Clone Commander Bacara (clone designation CC-1138) was the leader of the Galactic Marines, a unit of clone troopers famous for their distinctive armor and relentlessness in combat. Known for his aggressive tactics, Bacara led Republic forces against the Separatists during the Outer Rim Sieges, culminating in the assault on Mygeeto. databank Clone Commander Bly Clone Commander Bly A veteran of many Clone Wars battles, Clone Commander Bly (clone designation CC-5052) served in the 327th Star Corps on such worlds as Quell, Maridun, and Felucia. Bly developed a close working relationship with Jedi General Aayla Secura, who was always reassured to know the dependable clone trooper had her back. databank Clone Commander Cody Clone Commander Cody A natural and practical leader in the clone army, Cody was a good fit for General Kenobi, to whom he was particularly loyal. Cody’s keen ability to strategize, combined with his fierce combat style in the heat of battle, earned him the respect of the Jedi, and of his fellow clones as well. He often worked with Captain Rex, with whom he became friends. Cody enjoyed a close relationship with Kenobi, often sharing a tension-busting joke with him during intense moments on the battlefield. When Darth Sidious gave Order 66, however, Cody’s loyalty to Kenobi was eclipsed by his clone indoctrination, and he ordered his troops to fire on the Jedi. databank Clone Commander Doom Clone Commander Doom A clone commander, Doom served alongside the twin Jedi Masters Tiplar and Tiplee. Doom led a flanking maneuver during the Battle of Ringo Vinda, supported by clone troopers including Fives and Tup. When a seemingly disoriented Tup suddenly shot Tiplar in the back, the momentum of the attack was lost and Anakin Skywalker ordered Doom and his men to retreat. databank Clone Commander Fox Clone Commander Fox Commander Fox led the Coruscant Guard, an elite clone trooper unit assigned to serve as peace-keepers on the Galactic Republic capital. Like every other clone trooper in the Guard, Fox was bound by honor and duty to protect and serve the Supreme Chancellor and the members of the Galactic Senate. Utterly fearless, he was always the first to lead the charge into battle, even in the most perilous combat situations. His exemplary performance has made him one of the most highly decorated soldiers in the Republic army. databank Clone Commander Gree Clone Commander Gree Clone Commander Gree, designation 1004, led the Elite Corps of clone troopers during the Clone Wars. He saw deployments on such heated battlefronts as Kashyyyk. Gree himself wore camouflaged armor to better blend into jungle surroundings. Though a faithful commander who carried out the Jedi’s orders, Gree was ultimately loyal to the Republic. When Chancellor Palpatine enacted Order 66, Gree understood it was a worst-case scenario contingency — the Jedi had betrayed the Republic, and were therefore dangerous enemies of the state. databank Clone Commander Jet Clone Commander Jet Trained in heavy-weapons such as flamethrowers, Clone Commander Jet (clone designation CC-1993) survived a crash landing on Geonosis and pressed the attack on Poggle the Lesser’s forces, leading his orange-armored flame troopers through the planet’s caverns and helping recapture its droid factories. databank Clone Commander Neyo Clone Commander Neyo Clone Commander Neyo was stationed on Saleucami during the Outer Rim Sieges. While on speeder bike patrol with his Jedi general, Stass Allie, he received Order 66 directly from Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. The command identified Allie as an enemy of the Republic. Carrying out the order, he stopped his BARC speeder bike, falling in behind the Jedi. He and a wingman opened fire with their speeder-mounted laser cannons, killing Stass Allie and destroying her speeder bike. databank Clone Commander Ponds Clone Commander Ponds CT-411, known as Clone Commander Ponds, served under Jedi Master Mace Windu during the Clone Wars. A veteran of such battlefields as Geonosis, Ryloth, and Malastare, Ponds had an Aurebesh phrase stenciled on the back of his helmet that read, “some guys have all the luck.” Unfortunately, Ponds’ luck ran out when his flagship, Endurance, was critically damaged by a saboteur and he was taken captive by merciless bounty hunters on Vanqor. databank Clone Commander Stone Clone Commander Stone A member of the Coruscant Guard, Clone Commander Stone (clone designation CC-5869) spent long stretches of the Clone Wars far from the front on the Republic’s capital world. He was able to make use of his combat skills when pirates attacked his shuttle during a diplomatic mission to Florrum — though nothing in Stone’s training prepared him for taking orders from a Gungan politician. databank Clone Commander Thorn Clone Commander Thorn Clone Commander Thorn was a Republic soldier during the Clone Wars who led an escort of Padmé Amidala to Scipio. After nightfall, Thorn detected a coming Separatist assault, and acted fast to warn the Senator. With his Z06 blaster cannon (nicknamed the “Hammer”), he and his troops did what they could to hold off the attack. Battle droids closing in around him, Thorn unleashed a torrent of blaster bolts and a “For the Republic!” battle cry before falling valiantly. databank Clone Commander Wolffe Clone Commander Wolffe Clone Commander Wolffe (clone designation CC-3636) served under General Plo Koon in the Clone Wars, as commander of the tight-knit unit known as the Wolfpack. A seasoned and battered combatant, Wolffe has witnessed some of the worst the war has to offer. Early in the Clone Wars, he lost his entire command when Master Plo’s flagship, Triumphant, was destroyed by the despicable General Grievous. Despite such tragedy, he fights on bravely, proudly brandishing his battle scars and instilling loyalty among his men. databank Clone Force 99 / The Bad Batch Clone Force 99 / The Bad Batch They call themselves the Bad Batch, but the motley crew that makes up Clone Force 99 boasts an astounding 100 percent success rate and skills unseen in any other clone troopers. Adept at working together, Hunter, Wrecker, Tech, and Crosshair use their unique talents and specialized physiology to execute extraordinary solutions on the battlefield. And after rescuing the clone trooper Echo from Separatist captivity, they welcome the cybernetic soldier into their fold. databank Clone Pilot Odd Ball Clone Pilot Odd Ball A capable clone pilot with experience flying multiple starfighters and attack craft, Odd Ball fought at Teth, Umbara and Coruscant, sometimes flying alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi. He joined the hunt for the escaped Padawan Ahsoka Tano on Coruscant, and was engaged in battle above Utapau when Supreme Chancellor Palpatine issued Order 66, directing all clone forces to turn their weapons on their Jedi Generals. databank Clone Pilot Warthog Clone Pilot Warthog A veteran clone pilot of many starfighter engagements, Warthog was highly skilled in combat operations. He was comfortable behind the stick of a V-19 Torrent Interceptor, a Z-95 Headhunter, or a Republic attack gunship. He piloted in the thick of combat alongside commanding officer, General Plo Koon. databank Clone Trooper Armor Clone Trooper Armor The secret army created by the Kaminoans came outfitted with armor, weapons and gear. Each clone trooper wore a set of form-fitting plastoid plates over a black body glove. While not proof against a direct hit from a laser blast, clone armor could withstand impacts, pressure, heat and acrid vapors. Improvements were made throughout the Clone Wars, and armor variants were introduced for specialized missions. databank Clone Trooper Boil Clone Trooper Boil When trooper Waxer was en route to Ryloth on a mission to liberate its besieged population of Twi’leks, he was at first callously dismissive of their plight. “If we’re here to free the tail-heads, the least they can do is get out of our way,” he said. But, time spent on the planet with a brave little survivor of a Nabat village opened Boil’s eyes. The resourceful girl, Numa, guided Boil and his squadmate Waxer through hidden passageways beneath the village, which proved crucial in freeing hostages held by the Separatists. To honor Numa, Boil had a cartoon illustration of Numa added to his helmet. databank Clone Trooper Dogma Clone Trooper Dogma Fervently loyal to the Galactic Republic, trooper Dogma was one of the newer generation of clone troopers fighting on the frontlines of the Clone Wars. Unlike seasoned veterans like Clone Captain Rex and ARC Trooper Fives, Dogma was more rigid in his thinking, easily — and eagerly — submitting to appropriate authority. When clones troopers of the 501st began grousing about General Krell’s obstinate and dangerous command style, Dogma jumped to defend their commander. Dogma supported the general — and passionately believed in their duty to carry out his orders. databank Clone Trooper Hardcase Clone Trooper Hardcase “Let me at ’em!” was Hardcase’s typical reaction when presented with enemy forces, no matter how overwhelming the odds. Legend has it that his growth chamber sprung a leak during his formation on Kamino, resulting in his characteristic, somewhat aberrant, but nonetheless useful hyperactivity. When the blaster bolts fly, Hardcase loses all sense of self-preservation and returns fire with zeal, determined to wipe out the enemy with repeated sweeps of his rotary laser cannon. databank Clone Trooper Jesse Clone Trooper Jesse The clone troopers of the 501st Legion are a tight-knit bunch, loyal to their Jedi General, Anakin Skywalker. Clone Commander Jesse is a hard-fighting patriot who proudly wears the cog-shaped symbol of the Galactic Republic on his helmet, and has a large tattoo that covers his face. After the execution of Order 66, however, Jesse and the rest of the clones are blindly loyal to the Emperor, and not even his brother, the clone known as Rex, can compete with the chip’s programming. databank Clone Trooper Kix Clone Trooper Kix Kix served as a medic in the 501st Legion of clone troopers. He is equipped with medpacs and other first aid equipment to help tend to his fellow squadmates in the thick of battle. Though Kix is dedicated to preserving the life of his fellow brothers, he has no qualms about fighting the enemy. Stencilled across his head is the phrase, “a good droid is a dead one” as testament to his mettle. databank Clone Trooper Tup Clone Trooper Tup A rookie clone trooper in the 501st Legion, Tup acclimated well within the ranks of seasoned veterans. Unlike some of the newer clones, like Dogma, who seemed wound a little too tight, Tup was far more willing to learn from his brothers’ experiences. Tup could be distinguished by the teardrop shaped tattoo on his face, and the matching markings on his helmet. He served during the grueling campaign to retake the shadowy planet Umbara, under the command of the fierce General Pong Krell. databank Clone Trooper Waxer Clone Trooper Waxer Waxer served as part of Ghost Company, under the command of Clone Commander Cody during the campaigns to retake Ryloth and Geonosis. Waxer and Boil were often an inseparable pair, and together formed a recon team scouting the abandoned Twi’lek village of Nabat. There, they found a young girl named Numa, the sole survivor of a Separatist assault. Though the hard-edged Boil at first didn’t want anything to do with the little girl, Waxer was compassionate and decided to protect her well-being. Numa proved extremely resourceful, guiding Waxer and Boil through underground passages that allowed them to bypass Separatist forces. databank Clone Troopers Clone Troopers At the time of their introduction, the Republic clone troopers represented the future of galactic warfare. Far superior to battle droids, the clone troopers formed the backbone of the Republic’s new military that waged war against the forces of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. So symbolic were they of the times, the galaxy-wide conflict that saw their debut took its name from their ranks: the Clone Wars. databank Clone Z-95 Starfighter Clone Z-95 Starfighter Though an outdated starfighter, the Z-95 boasts endurance and adaptability. The clone pilots of the Galactic Republic used the Z-95 Headhunter during the Clone Wars. A multi-purpose starfighter, the Z-95 has spawned countless variants, with the Republic making its own mark on the Headhunter’s large production run with a clone trooper-specific model. The Z-95 is largely recognized as a respectable and versatile snub-fighter of its era, and was the forerunner of the incredibly successful X-wing starfighter. databank Cloud Car Cloud Car These brick-colored atmospheric vehicles keep the peace in the skies of Bespin. Cloud cars feature twin “pods” connected by a repulsorlift engine, and are equipped with light blaster cannons. Each cloud car has a pilot and a gunner, who work in tandem to intercept starships bound for Cloud City, question their captains and take defensive measures as needed. databank Cloud City Cloud City Suspended high among the pastel clouds of Bespin is a floating metropolis of sophisticated beauty and political freedom. Cloud City exists not only as a mining colony, extracting valuable Tibanna gas from the depths of the giant planet, but also as a sanctuary for those trying to escape the turmoil gripping the galaxy. Though profitable, Cloud City is small enough not to be noticed by larger authorities such as the Mining Guild. It prospered under the capable stewardship of Baron-Administrator Lando Calrissian. Calrissian, assisted by his aide Lobot, contended with self-sufficiency issues and labor difficulties throughout his brief term. databank Cloud-Riders Cloud-Riders A band of masked marauders led by the notorious Enfys Nest, the Cloud-Riders are known for circling the skies in a swarm of swoop bikes. On Core Worlds, racing the crude, overpowered vehicles has become a spectator sport. But on the frontier planets, the modified and high-speed bikes are the mark of an outlaw and Enfys and her crew are among the most infamous. databank Clu Lesser Clu Lesser Clu Lesser was a Muun banker. During the Clone Wars, he was leader of the Council of Five, which was the ruling body over the InterGalactic Banking Clan on Scipio. With as much money moving across the galaxy back and forth to bankroll the Clone Wars, naturally those in charge, Lesser included, did everything they could to skim money off the top for themselves. Senator Padme Amidala, with the help of former Senator Rush Clovis (and secretly, the Sith), leads a mission to uncover such corruption of the Core Five. Once his embezzlement is made public, Lesser is put on trial with the rest of his banking Council subordinates, found guilty, and imprisoned. databank Coaxium Coaxium Coaxium is a rare form of hypermatter that is essential for faster-than-light travel. Starships’ hyperdrive reaction chambers are coated with a thin layer of coaxium, which is energized to allow passage into hyperspace. Unrefined coaxium is mined on worlds such as Kessel, but is dangerous to transport. Highly volatile, it explodes if jostled or allowed to get too hot. databank Cobalt Squadron Cobalt Squadron Six Resistance bombers, including Paige Tico’s Cobalt Hammer, made up Cobalt Squadron. The squadron was unavailable for the attack on Starkiller Base because it was bringing supplies to insurgents opposing the First Order in the Atterra system. The bombers rushed back to D’Qar aboard the Ninka and were sent into combat to buy time for the Resistance evacuation. They destroyed a First Order Dreadnought, but were lost along with all of their crews. databank Coleman Trebor Coleman Trebor The towering Vurk Coleman Trebor served the Jedi faithfully, winning an appointment to the Jedi Council. At the Battle of Geonosis he came within seconds of ending the Clone Wars at the very beginning, only to fall to a bounty hunter’s blaster. databank Colo Claw Fish Colo Claw Fish A powerful, aquatic carnivore lurking near Naboo’s core. The monstrous animal has long jaws filled with pointed teeth. Its forelegs end in wicked claws, and sharp protrusions jut from its luminescent tail. The colo claw fish hides in underwater tunnels, where it sits motionless for hours until suitable prey passes by. When it spots a victim, the beast erupts from its lair and grabs the meal in its claws. Although quite fearsome, the colo claw fish is no match for the enormous sando aqua monster. databank Colonel Bandwin Cor Colonel Bandwin Cor General Merrick may be the inspirational leader of Starfighter Command, but Bandwin Cor oversees day-to-day operations. The colonel works closely with General Dodonna to determine how best to utilize Yavin 4’s critically important fighter squadrons. His gift for cool, dispassionate analysis ably complements Merrick’s talent for leadership. databank Colonel Datoo Colonel Datoo Colonel Datoo supervised the primary fire control room of Starkiller Base. A methodical man and First Order true believer, Datoo was aghast when his fellow officers tried to flee the doomed base. databank Colonel Meebur Gascon Colonel Meebur Gascon Though the clone troopers embodied the war effort of the Galactic Republic against the Separatist Alliance, victory was reliant upon valiant patriots of all shapes and sizes. Meebur Gascon answered the call of duty at the very start of the conflict, and offered his keen analysis as part of Strategic Command since the Battle of Geonosis. The Jedi Council placed Gascon in command of D-Squad’s mission to obtain a vital Separatist encryption module. No-nonsense and military-minded with an outsized personality and gruff voice, the diminutive Gascon balked at any suggestion that he was simply a map reader, or that his D-Squad assignment was a result of his tiny size. databank Colossus Colossus Located on the Outer Rim water planet of Castilon, the Colossus is a dangerous place that tends to attract well-meaning outcasts and more unsavory denizens of far-flung planets alike. Protected by some of the best pilots around, the Aces, elite stars of entertaining and dangerous sky races, the platform is soon infiltrated by the First Order, architects of a larger conflict brewing in the galaxy. But a small band of Resistance sympathizers led by secret spy Kazuda Xiono discover that the platform isn’t what it seems. databank Colossus Marketplace Colossus Marketplace The marketplace on the Colossus platform is teeming with merchants, gamblers, and myriad alien species. On a quick stroll through the labyrinthian stalls, you could net you a juicy gorg for lunch or find yourself stumbling into trouble with the wrong crowd and literally carried away. databank combat assault tank combat assault tank The Imperial combat assault tank has great maneuverability in tight quarters, such as the streets of occupied cities. Its laser cannons can devastate enemy troops, and the powerful engines can transport heavy payloads. databank Comlink Comlink Comlinks are standard handheld communication devices, fit with microphones and receivers, and are prevalent throughout the galaxy. The Empire used the standard C1 personal comlink, manufactured by the SoroSuub Corporation. For private transmissions, comlinks can be tuned with encryption algorithms to work only with each other. databank Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko Arrogant and cruel, Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko was an uncompromising Imperial officer stationed on Lothal. He would charge citizens with treason for any kind of anti-Empire sentiment, and was quick to report the Ghost crew of rebels to the Imperial Security Bureau. Aresko supervised Lothal’s Imperial Academy, where cadets competed to become Imperial officers and stormtroopers. His repeated failures to apprehend Lothal’s rebels eventually cost him his life – the Inquisitor ignited his lightsaber and executed Aresko on orders from Grand Moff Tarkin. databank Commander D’Acy Commander D’Acy Leia Organa personally recruited Larma D’Acy to join the Resistance after years of service defending the Warlentta system. With the support of her wife, Wrobie Tyce, who adapted her acumen as a courier ship pilot to fight the First Order by Larma’s side, D’Acy has stepped into a broader strategic command position, personally advising General Organa and rolling up her sleeves for the hands-on work of getting the Ajan Kloss outpost fully operational. databank Commander Iden Versio Commander Iden Versio As the commander of Inferno Squad, a special forces unit of elite Imperial soldiers, Iden protects the Empire from potential threats, erases its enemies, and buries its secrets. Her unconventional tactics test the limits of the Empire’s rigid protocol, but her success as a leader is undeniable. Daughter of Admiral Garrick Versio, Iden gained a mastery of combat and flight at the Future Imperial Leaders Military Preparatory School on her home world of Vardos. databank Commander Jun Sato Commander Jun Sato Jun Sato was the by-the-books leader of the Phoenix rebel cell. He was grateful for the assistance of the Ghost crew, who were highly recommended by Fulcrum and Bail Organa, though he hoped they would become more disciplined. After the destruction of his command frigate, he transferred his command to the blockade runner Liberator. databank Commander Pyre Commander Pyre An ominous figure in gleaming gold stormtrooper armor, Commander Pyre leads the tenacious First Order forces on a mission to find a pair of refugee children on the Colossus platform. databank Commando Droid Commando Droid An enormous improvement over the standard battle droid, commando droids are elite warriors too expensive to produce in huge numbers. These stealthy yet powerful warriors are tougher and faster than their clanker cousins. Complex engineering gives them incredible agility, while advanced processors let them think fast on their nimble feet. databank Communications Transmitter Communications Transmitter Often outfitted to larger vehicles like an ore crawler, a communications transmitter is a significant signal booster. More powerful communications transmitters can support communique over light-year distances. databank Company 77 Company 77 To ensure perfect obedience, the First Order trains stormtroopers from birth – but even with such brutal conditioning, some soldiers retain a sense of morality. At the Battle of Ansett Island, an entire company mutinied rather than fire on civilians. Led by Jannah, the remnants of Company 77 now live in exile on Kef Bir. When Finn meets Jannah, he is astonished and heartened to learn he wasn’t the only stormtrooper to reject his programming. databank Concord Dawn Concord Dawn Concord Dawn was a system under Mandalorian control, led by the legendary warrior Fenn Rau and his group of Protectors. While Rau entered into an agreement with the Empire, he eventually granted the rebels safe passage through the Concord Dawn system. databank Concordia Concordia Moon of Mandalore governed by Pre Vizsla. It was a mining settlement where the warriors of Mandalore had been sent in exile. databank Confederacy of Independent Systems Confederacy of Independent Systems The Confederacy of Independent Systems, also known as the Separatist Alliance, was a collection of star systems and corporate titans that left the Republic and fought for independence against the Republic’s clone armies and Jedi Knights. The charismatic former Jedi Count Dooku was the Alliance’s political leader, while its military power came from credits and assets donated by powerful galactic trade groups. No one suspected that the Alliance was actually a tool of Darth Sidious, who had engineered the Clone Wars as part of a Sith plot to rule the galaxy. databank Constable Zuvio Constable Zuvio What’s an honorable Kyuzo like Constable Zuvio doing on a lawless planet like Jakku? The tough, taciturn Zuvio is the leader of Niima Outpost’s small militia, and keeps a wary yellow eye out for cheats, thieves and others bent on trouble. He is often found guarding Niima’s landing field, glowering at any local who strays too close to a visitor’s starship. databank Construction spheres Construction spheres Construction spheres are utilized by the Empire throughout the galaxy as depots for building materials. These giant round bases orbit planets where they can support Imperial development. databank Controller LT-319 Controller LT-319 Controller LT-319, outfitted with Lobot-tech headgear, was the lead intelligence officer aboard the Imperial listener ship near Killun Station. Ambitious and scheming, Controller LT-319 was eager to impress Grand Admiral Thrawn, and reprogrammed Chopper in an effort to discover the location of the rebel base. The plan would backfire, however, when Hera Syndulla restored her droid’s original programming and reversed the feed, destroying the listener ship and Controller LT-319 in the process. databank Conveyex Conveyex A conveyex is an imposing sight: a long train of armored cargo cars strung between a drive engine and a caboose with a turret cannon. A conveyex is two-tiered, with cargo cars arrayed on each side of the track in an over-under configuration. On Vandor, the Beckett gang launches a bold plan to steal a shipment of valuable coaxium from an Imperial conveyex. databank Convor Convor Convorees (plural for convor) were small, flying creatures found from world to world. They had two eyes, two feathered wings, and a beak, feeding mostly on insects and small rodents. databank Corellia Corellia An ancient world in the galactic Core, Corellia is known for its people’s wanderlust and its massive shipyards. Corellia played a key role in the expansion of galactic civilization, but that was thousands of years ago. It’s now a faded industrial planet exploited by the Empire to build TIE fighters and Star Destroyers. Corellians not born with money or influence hope to escape their homeworld in search of a better life. databank Corellian hounds Corellian hounds Also known as Sibian hounds, these fleet-footed canids have keen senses enhanced through generations of breeding for hunting and attack. Moloch uses a pack of Corellian hounds to hunt down fugitive scrumrats and other enemies of the White Worms, loading his beasts into a cage aboard his armored truckspeeder. databank Coronet Coronet A liner like those from a bygone age, the Coronet was a showcase of Mandalorian engineering. Duchess Satine often used the stately vessel as a venue for meetings with planetary leaders she hoped to attract to her peace movement. databank Coronet Spaceport Coronet Spaceport A sprawling coastal facility, Coronet Spaceport handles civilian, commercial and military traffic in and out of Corellia. The centuries-old facility is primarily staffed by Corellian Security Forces, but Imperial officers and stormtroopers carefully monitor activity. Desperate travelers lacking the right documentation sometimes seek extra-legal ways to get offworld. databank Corporate Alliance Corporate Alliance The Corporate Alliance was one of the galaxy’s powerful trade guilds, led in the final years of the Republic by the Koorivar Passel Argente. The group pledged its forces – including warships and deadly tank droids – to Count Dooku’s Separatist Alliance. Argente died at the conclusion of the Clone Wars. databank Coruscant Coruscant A city-covered planet, Coruscant is the vibrant heart and capital of the galaxy, featuring a diverse mix of citizens and culture. It features towering skyscrapers, streams of speeder-filled air traffic, and inner levels that stretch far below the world’s surface. Coruscant was the seat of government for the Galactic Republic and the Empire that followed, and was the site of numerous historic events during the Clone Wars. It also housed the Jedi Temple and Archives, which hosted Jedi training and learning for over a thousand generations — traditions that ended when the planet bore witness to Order 66. databank Coruscant Air Taxi Coruscant Air Taxi Transportation on one of the most populated planets of the galaxy has moved high into the air, weaving between the towering buildings that envelope the world of Coruscant. A great many of these vehicles are Coruscant air taxis, small open-air speeders that carry passengers to their destination. databank Coruscant Guard Coruscant Guard This elite group of clones guards was led by Clone Commander Fox. It was their task to keep the peace on Coruscant, to protect important buildings, and to supplement the job of the Senate Guard. They escorted Jedi and other senatorial dignitaries to protect them on official missions. They were also the group in charge of hunting down Ahsoka Tano when she was accused of murder in the wake of the Jedi Temple bombing. At the direction of the newly minted Emperor Palpatine, they even sought out Master Yoda in the moments before his exile, but he slipped through their fingers, and they instead shifted their efforts to help find an injured Darth Vader. databank Coruscant Senate Building Coruscant Senate Building This dome shaped building located in the heart of Coruscant’s senate district is the home of the Galactic Senate chamber. This is where the Galactic Senate convenes for their meetings and it cuts a massive, rounded silhouette in the Coruscant skyline, visible for kilometers all around. databank Coruscant Underworld Police Coruscant Underworld Police Though the deeper levels of Coruscant may be far from the prying eyes of clone troopers and police droids, some semblance of order was maintained courtesy of the underworld police. Completely swathed in the protection and anonymity of their leather and metal uniforms, with mechanical eyes poking through their fully wrapped heads, it’s unclear if they were droids, humanoids, or something in between. databank Corvax Fen Corvax Fen One of Mustafar’s few vaguely hospitable places, the Corvax Fen is a bog studded with bleak irontrees, close to the splintered ruins of Darth Vader’s castle. The fen is guarded by a band of cultists devoted to Vader. Amid its swamps, Kylo Ren claims a Sith wayfinder that belonged to his grandfather. databank Corvus Corvus Inferno Squad’s primary vessel and home, the Raider II-class corvette Corvus was assigned to Captain Iden Versio following the Battle of Yavin. Outfitted with turbolasers, a hyperdrive, and room for a sizable crew, the agile Corvus is a dangerous enemy for Rebel starfighters. Since Yavin 4, the Corvus has been on hundreds of black operations, as well as plenty of known battles such as the Battle of Endor. databank Cosian Cosian Cosians were a species of bipeds with four-fingered hands and four-toed feet. They had mottled green skin that appeared scaly, but they bore hair on their head and at the end of their muscular tails. Their faces were elongated into beaked mouths. A prominent Cosian in the Jedi Order was the extremely long-lived master Tera Sinube. databank Count Dooku Count Dooku Count Dooku was a menacing Sith Lord and central figure in the Clone Wars. Once a Jedi — trained by Yoda — he became disillusioned with the Jedi Order and thirsted for greater power. Dooku voluntarily left the light side behind and became Darth Sidious’ dark side disciple, taking the secret name Darth Tyranus and leading the Separatist army. Dooku advanced Sidious’s secret plot to take over the galaxy, but forgot that betrayal is the nature of the Sith. databank Count Dooku’s Lightsaber Count Dooku’s Lightsaber Count Dooku’s red-bladed lightsaber was an elegant weapon befitting a refined man. Its gracefully curved hilt let Dooku slash and lunge with greater precision. Dooku defeated Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker in a lightsaber duel on Geonosis before being bested by Yoda. He fought Obi-Wan and Anakin again during the Clone Wars, as well as his former apprentices Asajj Ventress and Savage Opress, before dying in a final confrontation with Anakin. databank Count Dooku’s Speeder Count Dooku’s Speeder This speederbike was a favorite of Count Dooku’s. Sometimes referred to as a “Flitknot Speeder,” these bikes are fast and maneuverable, able to outrun Republic gunships. Dooku used one to escape the first battle of Geonosis and make it back to his Solar Sailer to fight another day. They are of simple design, with more bulk at the back in the engines than anywhere else. They have two handholds and two footholds, making them perfect for bipeds. databank Courier Droid Courier Droid Courier droids are used to relay information from place to place in lieu of networks. Repurposed astromechs, courier droids often feature special markings to differentiate them. When Grand Moff Tarkin ordered the destruction of the primary communications tower on Lothal, the Empire used courier droids as a means to physically transport data. databank Crait Crait Now uninhabited, Crait is a mineral world dusted by a layer of white salt, reflecting the planet’s sunlight. It was once the site of a Rebel Alliance outpost, and has become a haven for the fleeing Resistance forces. databank Crait Rebel base Crait Rebel base Originally a mining installation, the Crait outpost was transformed into a fortress by anti-Imperial insurgents bankrolled by Alderaan’s Bail Organa. The Rebellion abandoned the base when a change in Imperial patrols endangered it, though Leia Organa and her friends fought a brief skirmish against the Empire there. Leia then tucked Crait’s coordinates away in a file she kept in case of emergencies – a precaution that would one day prove a lifeline for her Resistance. databank Crimson Dawn Crimson Dawn One of the galaxy’s emerging crime syndicates, Crimson Dawn has quickly established a reputation for both ruthlessness and efficiency. The cultured gangster Dryden Vos is the organization’s most visible representative, but underworld figures have begun to take notice of Vos’s capable lieutenant and protégé, Qi’ra. databank Crimson Squadron Crimson Squadron Crimson Squadron’s bombers hurry back to D’Qar alongside Cobalt Squadron to support the evacuation of the Resistance base. But Crimson’s ranks have been much reduced by losses against the First Order in the Atterra system, and just two bombers are available to join the defense of D’Qar. databank Crokind Shand Crokind Shand A hard-bitten member of Kanjiklub, Crokind Shand was missing an eye and his right leg, injuries suffered during his career as a pit-fighter. His eyepatch and cybernetic leg – rigged to deliver fierce kicks – offered ample evidence that messing with him would be a potentially fatal mistake. databank Crosshair Crosshair When you have to hit a precise target from 10 klicks, Crosshair’s your man. Cold, quick, and calculating, Crosshair is the kind of no-nonsense warrior who detests working with “regs,” or normal clones, and isn’t afraid to mouth off about it. A member of the special unit Clone Force 99, also called the Bad Batch, Crosshair is gifted with a sniper blaster. databank Crucible Crucible The Crucible was an ancient Jedi vessel, dating back to the days of the Old Republic. For centuries, it ferried Jedi students from Coruscant to the sacred world of Ilum, where the pupils would undergo the Jedi ritual known as The Gathering. Once a Jedi youngling uncovered a kyber crystal on Ilum, he or she would spend the return trip learning how to assemble a lightsaber. The children would learn from the ancient, wise architect droid, Huyang. databank Crusher Roodown Crusher Roodown A burly Abednedo, Crusher Roodown was once one of the best scavengers on Jakku, but ran afoul of Unkar Plutt, who sent his thugs to cut off Crusher’s arms. Roodown then obtained a pair of replacement limbs repurposed from a load-lifter, eking out a living in Niima Outpost by hauling scrap and doing odd jobs. databank CS-515 CS-515 A stormtrooper stationed on the Colossus in the early days of the First Order’s occupation, CS-515 was briefly knocked unconscious in an altercation with two orphans and awoke in the bowels of the platform’s engineering department. While the real soldier was indisposed, secret spy Kazuda Xiono donned his armor and went undercover in disguise in an effort to gain valuable information for the Resistance. But the real CS-515 eventually returned to the First Order, disoriented and in need of a memory wipe. databank Cubikahd Cubikahd Cubikahd (rendered “cu’bikad” in some dialects) was a holographic Mandolorian strategy game with a cube-shaped board and gridlines. Each player had four “knives” to move on the surface, strategically placed until their opponent’s pieces were captured. databank Cut Lawquane Cut Lawquane A disillusioned clone trooper who saw too many of his fellow brothers die in combat, Cut Lawquane left the service. The deserter attempted to carve a new life for himself as a simple farmer on Saleucami. He wants only to live in peace with his new family, his wife Suu and his children, Jek and Shaeeah. He finds, however, that nowhere is safe from the Clone Wars. databank cyber center cyber center On the planet Anaxes, the Separatist army operates a specialized cyber center, where a mysterious algorithm seems to have cracked the code to allow battle droids to gain the upper hand on clone troopers on the battlefield. databank D’Qar D’Qar A lush world in the Outer Rim, D’Qar is the principal base of General Leia Organa’s Resistance. First surveyed by rebel pilots before the Battle of Endor, the planet’s obscurity and lack of native intelligent life made it a perfect choice when Leia’s new group needed a hidden base of operations. Resistance starfighters launched their attack on Starkiller Base from D’Qar, and were tracked back to the planet by the First Order. The Resistance hastily evacuated, narrowly escaping before the base was leveled by First Order turbolasers. databank D-93 Incinerator Flamethrower D-93 Incinerator Flamethrower Incendiary weapons have a long history in the galaxy, and are used to flush enemies from cover and destroy objects and structures that could be used as shelter. The D-93 incinerator combines three fuel tanks worn as a backpack with a flame-projector gun, connected to the backpack rig by a reinforced hose. Two of the tanks contain a volatile, flammable gel known as conflagrine-14, while the third is filled with propellant gas that launches the gel through the hoses. This combination is mixed and ignited at the barrelhead of the weapon, which has an effective range of 75 meters. databank D-O D-O Cobbled from odds and ends in the workshop of a droidsmith, little D-O is an impressionable little roller that becomes fixated upon BB-8. databank D-Squad D-Squad A Republic super team of 5 droids (QT-KT, U9-C4, R2-D2, M5-BZ, and Corporal WAC-47) sent on an important mission under the leadership of Colonel Meebur Gascon. databank D-wing security droid D-wing security droid An alternative to the Separatists’ standard B1 battle droid, a legion of spindly D-wing security droids guard the tower base at Purkoll. Hidden among their slender mechanical frame are folded wings that allow them to zoom through the atmosphere in pursuit of other winged creatures like the keeradaks. databank Dactillion Dactillion Dactillion are large winged creatures found on Utapau often used for transportation. databank Dagobah Dagobah Home to Yoda during his final years, Dagobah was a swamp-covered planet strong with the Force — a forgotten world where the wizened Jedi Master could escape the notice of Imperial forces. Characterized by its bog-like conditions and fetid wetlands, the murky and humid quagmire was undeveloped, with no signs of technology. Though it lacked civilization, the planet was teeming with life — from its dense, jungle undergrowth to its diverse animal population. Home to a number of fairly common reptilian and amphibious creatures, Dagobah also boasted an indigenous population of much more massive — and mysterious — lifeforms. Surrounded by creatures generating the living Force, Yoda learned to connect with the deeper cosmic Force and waited for one who might bring about the return of the Jedi Order. databank Dak Ralter Dak Ralter An eager young rebel pilot assigned to Hoth’s Echo Base, Dak dreamed of winning glorious victories in the struggle against the Empire. He served as Luke Skywalker’s tailgunner during the Battle of Hoth, but things didn’t go the way Dak had imagined them: He struggled with a malfunction in fire control, and then was killed by Imperial fire that struck the back of the snowspeeder. databank Dalgo Dalgo Dalgos are sure-footed, reptilian quadrupeds capable of long-distance running, swift sprints, and the pulling and carrying of cargo. The long-snouted creature has a heat-radiating crest that runs its length, terminating in a wide, blade-like tail. Three large nostrils top the forward crest, blasting air from the creature’s powerful lungs. A dalgo has sharp teeth, including two lower tusks that jut from its jaw. Inside its mouth is a forked tongue that helps in sniffing out signs of dangers wafting in the thick jungle air. databank Dalkor Dagger Dalkor Dagger To match the fearsome bounty hunter’s menacing physique, Ax Tagrin’s ship, the Dalkor Dagger, has been fortified and outfitted with an impressive arsenal of weaponry. But the delicate technical aspects that comprise the ship’s computer are still vulnerable to attack from within. databank Dandoran Dandoran A forested planet in the heart of the Doran system, this lush and watery planet has often been used to conceal cartel smuggling operations. databank Dantooine Dantooine The site of the first base for the Rebel Alliance, Dantooine is an Outer Rim world, filled with lush forests and green landscapes. The Alliance would later leave Dantooine for a new home in an effort to stay one step ahead of the Empire. databank Darius G-class freighter Darius G-class freighter A cargo ship of this class, commonly used throughout the galaxy, was carrying live and dangerous cargo when it was attacked by a pirate caravan. Unfortunately for the pirates, the freight devoured nearly every member of the plundering crew. databank Darja Darja Darja was the grandmother of Alora — a Force-sensitive baby hunted by the Empire. She knew of the child’s gift, and tried desperately to protect Alora when Inquisitors boarded their ship. The dark warriors took the baby from Darja’s arms, though Ahsoka Tano and the Ghost crew eventually recovered the possible Jedi-to-be. databank Darksaber Darksaber An ancient lightsaber that serves as a powerful symbol of leadership to the Mandalorians, the Darksaber is a unique weapon with a black-energy blade lined with a crackling white edge databank Darth Bane Darth Bane An ancient and legendary Sith Lord, it was Darth Bane who saw that the Sith traditions of old were ultimately a dead end. All too often, squabbling Sith in their bid for power upended carefully laid plans. After the Sith were decimated by the Jedi Knights of a thousand years ago, Bane enacted the Sith rule of two: there would be only two active Sith at one time — a Dark Lord to embody the power, and an apprentice to crave it. These Sith would operate in the shadows, favoring guile and conspiracy to bring down their opponents rather than brute force — that is, until it was time to rise and subjugate the galaxy. databank Darth Maul’s Lightsaber Darth Maul’s Lightsaber The Sith apprentice Darth Maul wielded a double-bladed lightsaber made by joining two hilts together end-to-end. Maul’s dexterity and extensive training allowed him to use his weapon as a single-bladed saber, or to activate both crimson blades and fight multiple opponents at once. On Naboo, Maul killed Qui-Gon Jinn with his saber, but Obi-Wan Kenobi cut his weapon in half and soon did the same to Maul. Unknown to Obi-Wan, Maul survived, and retained the working half of his weapon. He used this single-bladed saber while leading the Shadow Collective. databank Darth Vader Darth Vader Once a heroic Jedi Knight, Darth Vader was seduced by the dark side of the Force, became a Sith Lord, and led the Empire’s eradication of the Jedi Order. He remained in service of the Emperor — the evil Darth Sidious — for decades, enforcing his Master’s will and seeking to crush the fledgling Rebel Alliance. But there was still good in him… databank Darth Vader’s lightsaber Darth Vader’s lightsaber After pledging himself to the Sith Lord Darth Sidious, Anakin Skywalker took the name Darth Vader but continued to use the blue-bladed lightsaber he’d fought with during the Clone Wars. He lost this weapon on Mustafar and constructed a replacement with the crimson blade favored by the Sith. Vader used his Sith lightsaber rarely but to deadly effect, as enemies of the Empire discovered. databank Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter Darth Vader piloted this distinctive experimental TIE fighter above the first Death Star, using its blaster cannons and his uncanny abilities with the Force to blast Rebel starfighters into glittering fragments. databank Darts D’Nar Darts D’Nar A proud Zygerrian, Darts D’Nar longed for the days when Zygerria was once again an influential power in the galaxy. He believed that an alliance with Count Dooku and the Separatists was a step in the path towards rebuilding this former glory, though he was often impatient at the Count’s indirect means. To D’Nar, power not flexed is power wasted. With relish, he supervised the conquest of Kiro, and the forced relocation of thousands of Togruta colonists. A powerfully built Zygerrian, Darts D’Nar was a master of the electro-whip. databank Dassal system Dassal system In the Unknown Regions, something has obliterated the sun that once kept life in the Dassal system thriving, cored entire planets including Najra-Va, and wiped out all inhabitants. The aftermath, discovered by Resistance spies, suggests the First Order is far more destructive than previously imagined. databank Datapad Datapad Datapads are used for a variety of informational purposes. Most feature a screen, input mechanism, and can store or display holographic data and imagery. databank Dathomir Dathomir A remote planet, Dathomir is drenched in blood-red light from its central star. The planet has continents overrun by twisted vegetation, with forests of bent trees burdened by large, cocoon-like fruit. Bordering dense swamplands is the massive stone fortresses of the Nightsisters, a witch clan. The Nightsisters kept to themselves, but had on occasion been known to offer their services to those who piqued their interests. Far from the Nightsisters lived the Nightbrothers — a tattooed clan of Zabrak warriors were subservient to their female counterparts. databank Dathomirian Dathomirian Inhabitants of the planet Dathomir. The Dathomirian Zabrak males, known as the Nightbrothers, are easily identifiable by the intimidating crown of horns around their head, as well as the distinct markings on their skin. The females, known as Nightsisters, have pale skin and are known to be powerful witches. databank Daughter Daughter The Daughter of Mortis is a Force-wielder who aligns herself with the light side of the Force. An enigmatic being of tall stature who can transform into a griffin, she is the selfless counterpoint to her brother, the Son, who has allied himself with the dark side. Together they provide balance to the Force, a balance maintained and channeled through their Father. databank Daultay Dofine Daultay Dofine The unctuous captain of the Neimoidian blockade over Naboo, Dofine was an officer in the Trade Federation. Greedy, deceitful and cowardly, Dofine nevertheless had the wherewithal to openly question Darth Sidious’ machinations, for which he was verbally reprimanded by the Sith Lord. Despite his insubordination, Dofine remained in command of the blockade’s forces. He gave the order to activate the droids on the surface of Naboo. Dofine perished aboard the Droid Control Ship when Naboo starfighter forces destroyed the vessel. databank Dava Cassamam Dava Cassamam Hulking in stature, wearing a protective pressure helmet to keep ammonia gas pumping through her lungs and with a stoic, unreadable sabacc-face, Dava is an intimidating presence at the card table. Preferring the feel of standard gravity worlds to ease her aching back in her off hours, the rest of the time Dava can be found toiling as a deep cloud-miner on gas giant planets. databank DD-BD DD-BD Before being sold into slavery and put to work in the mining operation center on Kessel, DD-BD was an overeager WDD adminmech working on a Morseerian pirate ship. Unfortunately, the ship was impounded by the Empire, and DD-BD was sold at auction to the Pyke syndicate for a fraction of his worth. But in a chance meeting with L3-37, the small droid is liberated when his restraining botl is removed, igniting a small rebellion. databank DDT tank DDT tank Lok Durd, a weapons developer and general in the Separatist army, conceived of the Defoliator as a means of eradicating living troops and terrain while leaving the battle droid forces unscathed. Once detonated, a Defoliator capsule creates a growing radius of destructive energy that scorches all living matter in its path. To launch these specialized warheads, Durd developed the DDT — the Defoliator deployment tank — a modified AAT that can support a heavy artillery launcher as its primary turret armament. For increased stabilization, the tanks lower skirt extends further back than a standard AAT, increasing the length of the vehicle to over 12 meters. databank Death Star Death Star The Death Star was the Empire’s ultimate weapon: a moon-sized space station with the ability to destroy an entire planet. But the Emperor and Imperial officers like Grand Moff Tarkin underestimated the tenacity of the Rebel Alliance, who refused to bow to this technological terror… databank Death Star Gunners Death Star Gunners Crews of Death Star gunners served aboard both Imperial battle stations, manning their heavy turbolasers. Elite gunners operated the Death Star superlaser, aware that the power at their fingertips could destroy a planet. databank Death Star II Death Star II Hoping to crush the Rebellion once and for all, the Empire began construction of a second dreaded Death Star near Endor. Emperor Palpatine then leaked word of its construction to the Alliance, hoping to lure rebel forces in and destroy them. The Emperor died at the hands of Darth Vader and the Alliance destroyed the second Death Star, striking a momentous blow for freedom. Decades later, the wreckage of the battle station turned out to hold a perilous secret…. databank Death Star Plans Death Star Plans The plans for the Empire’s ultimate weapon reside in a electromagnetic cartridge in the Structural Engineering node of the Scarif vault’s datatree. The plans contain the Death Star’s entire design history, including the flaw introduced into its reactor system. Stolen by Jyn Erso, they are beamed to the Profundity, copied and hidden in the memory systems of a humble astromech droid. databank Death Star Scientists Death Star Scientists The Death Star began as a Geonosian design, but became operational after nearly two decades of work by a team of brilliant scientists sequestered on the rainswept world of Eadu. Led by a reluctant Galen Erso, the Death Star scientists seek to fuse kyber-crystal shards into larger structures and use those crystals to amplify energy into a stable beam powerful enough to destroy an entire planet. databank Death Star Superlaser Death Star Superlaser Each of the Empire’s Death Stars was built around a terrifying weapon – a superlaser array capable of destroying a planet. According to legend, the ancient Sith used massive kyber crystals to create superweapons; during the Clone Wars, the Geonosians revived the superlaser design. The Empire constructed the first Death Star in secret for nearly two decades before using it to destroy Alderaan; the second Death Star boasted a more powerful superlaser, with improved targeting sensors and power regulators. databank Death Star Troopers Death Star Troopers Death Star Troopers were the elite of the Imperial Navy who were stationed aboard the first and second Death Star. They were responsible for piloting the super-structure to its destinations and firing the superlaser on the orders of those in command of the station. They wore black uniforms and flared, reflective helmets. databank Death Sticks Death Sticks These illicit drugs were readily available in the underworld of Coruscant and elsewhere across the galaxy. This highly addictive substance, delivered inside luminescent sticks, was a favorite among desperate addicts and foolish thrill-seekers. One dealer on Coruscant, Elan Sleazebaggano, once tried selling Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi death sticks inside the Outlander Club. databank Death Trooper BlasTech E-11D Rifle Death Trooper BlasTech E-11D Rifle A variant of the standard E-11 rifle used by the Stormtrooper Corps, the E-11D boasts a stock and a large-bore reinforced rifle to maximize the weapon’s intensity and rate of fire. The Empire’s elite death troopers use these rifles on a number of missions. databank Death Watch Death Watch The warrior clans of Mandalore were believed to have been wiped out ages ago, their tattered remnants exiled to the Concordia moon. But as the Clone Wars swept the galaxy, the treacherous governor Pre Vizsla resurrected the Mandalorians, and with them, their legendary combat armor that was feared across the galaxy. Backed by Count Dooku and the Separatists, Vizsla began building an army to retake Mandalore from the control of pacifists who were trying to bury violent Mandalore’s past. As the coup became inopportune, Dooku abandoned the Death Watch. The warriors wandered the galaxy for a time, then helped conquer Mandalore as part of Darth Maul’s Shadow Collective. Maul then became Death Watch’s leader when he killed Pre Vizsla databank Dejarik Dejarik Dejarik was a popular holographic board game, commonly played on on starships and homes throughout the galaxy from well before the time of the Clone Wars and long through the era of the Empire. A great way to pass the time on long hyperspace trips, the game pieces in dejarik were creatures both real and mythological and a successful move would result in one monster decisively beating another in holo-animated combat. Though dejarik was a friendly game played by droids, humans, clones, and aliens alike, Wookiees were particularly notorious for becoming rather upset upon losing. databank Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter Delta-7 Jedi Starfighter These wedge-shaped one-man starfighters were built for the Jedi Order. The Delta-7’s designers worked with the Jedi to create a starfighter for pilots with Force-aided reflexes, stripping down the fighters’ systems and making their controls as responsive as possible. With skilled pilots such as Anakin Skywalker and Saesee Tiin at the controls, Delta-7s were lightning-quick in combat, darting in for attack runs and then skipping nimbly away from retaliatory fire. During one famous encounter, Obi-Wan Kenobi piloted a Delta-7 through Geonosis’s planetary ring, pursued by Jango Fett in his starship Slave I. Plo Koon was piloting his Delta-7 above Cato Neimoidia when Chancellor Palpatine ordered the clones to execute Order 66. Plo’s wingman caught the Jedi General by surprise and blew his fighter out of the sky. databank Dengar Dengar Crude and slovenly, Dengar was nonetheless an effective bounty hunter. While some hunters prided themselves on finesse and style, Dengar preferred firepower and destruction. Despite his scruffy-looking and battered exterior, Dengar thought highly of himself, enough to make blunt passes at shapely females that caught his eye. Despite these obnoxious qualities, Boba Fett enjoyed working with Dengar and held him in high regard due to his proven track record in hunting down prey. databank Depa Billaba Depa Billaba A Chalactan Jedi, Depa Billaba served on the Jedi Council in the final years of the Republic. She witnessed the discovery of Anakin Skywalker, whom Qui-Gon Jinn believed to be the Chosen One, and tried to determine the will of the Force as the galaxy slid into tumult and war. During the Clone Wars Billaba would would take Caleb Dume on as her Padawan, but was unable to finish his training before the dreaded Order 66. Forced into hiding, Caleb took the name “Kanan Jarrus.” databank Derek “Hobbie” Klivian Derek “Hobbie” Klivian Born on Ralltiir, Derek “Hobbie” Klivian defected to the Rebel Alliance with Biggs Darklighter and flew with Rogue Squadron during the Battle of Hoth. He served as Luke Skywalker’s wingman during the defense of Echo Base, ejecting from his snowspeeder just before the craft rammed an AT-AT. databank Derla Pidys Derla Pidys A noted sommelier, Derla Pidys sells wine gathered from a breathtaking range of worlds: Orto Plutonia, Naboo, the Forest Moon of Endor and many others. It’s a profession that has brought her into contact with Canto Bight business owners such as Ubailla Gheal, as well as patrons such as the mysterious Grammus sisters. databank Derrown Derrown It’s easy to misjudge the deadliness of a gasbag. Derrown was a Parwan bounty hunter, an alien species with a lighter-than-air physiology that allowed him to float about on air currents, anchoring himself with four leg-like tentacles and two arms. His buoyancy let him reach heights and vantage points not easily accessible to standard density competitors, but he lacked the speed and control that came with mass. The Parwan biology produces intense electrical fields — Derrown literally crackled with energy, earning him the grisly moniker the Exterminator. To prevent any ill-effects with his carried explosives, he kept them safe in an insulated bandolier across his shoulders. databank Desert Skiff Desert Skiff The Bantha-II cargo skiff was a common repulsor-based transport outside the Republic (and later the Empire.) They were extremely durable making them an austere choice for desert climes and perfect transports for passengers, cargo, or slaves for the Hutt Crime Syndicate or the slave traders of Zygerria. They were little more than floating platforms, and easily identified by their rust coloring, reinforced bows, and intermittent guard-rails around the perimeter. They came equipped with planks, making them the preferred execution conveyance for the vile gangster Jabba the Hutt, who loved to drop his enemies into pits full of monsters. Shortly before his untimely demise, Jabba forced Luke Skywalker to walk a skiff’s plank over the Great Pit of Carkoon. That was the last mistake he ever made. databank Devaron Devaron The jungle planet of Devaron is home to the humanoid, horned Devaronian species. During the Clone Wars it was home to an outpost of the Galactic Republic as well as the Jedi Temple of Eedit. Cad Bane as well as Separatist forces attacked the planet and its inhabitants during the war and Sith assassin Savage Opress attacked the Temple during that time as well. databank Devaronian Devaronian This sentient humanoid species had skin colors ranging from red-brown all the way to green. Males are characterized by long pointy ears and two horns that grow from the tops of their heads. Females of the species are hornless. They’re well-suited to lives of crime and they all originate from the jungle planet of Devaron. databank Dewback Dewback Rugged reptiles with thick hides, dewbacks are plodding but reliable mounts. When prodded by their riders, they are capable of brief bursts of surprising speed. databank Dex Tiree Dex Tiree Dex Tiree was a human pilot from Onderon who fought with distinction at the Battle of Yavin under the designation “Gold Two.” He was Jon “Dutch” Vander’s wingman, piloting a Y-Wing with the rest of Gold Squadron in the assault on the Death Star. Sadly, he was the first pilot hit when the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader arrived in his TIE Advanced. databank Dex’s Diner Dex’s Diner Located on the streets of Coco Town, a dilapidated industrial area on the city-planet of Coruscant, is a quaint and outdated eatery known simply as Dex’s Diner. Here, hard-working laborers come for a quick and home-style meal or a cup of freshly brewed Jawa juice or ardees, and idly chatter about local politics, sports, or current events. Serving the patrons were a pair of regular waitresses, the whirring and wheeled WA-7, and her organic and freckled partner, Hermione Bagwa. The food comes courtesy of cook and proprietor, Dexter Jettster, a hulking alien with a multitude of past careers and life experiences. databank Dexter Jettster Dexter Jettster Obi-Wan Kenobi counted on Dexter Jettster, an old friend, to identify a poison dart, and Jettster didn’t fail him. The cook correctly recognized the small-tined projectile as a Kamino saberdart. Few have ever heard of the planet Kamino, but Dex not only informed Obi-Wan as to its location (12 parsecs south of the Rishi Maze), but also its inhabitants. Dex warned that the native Kaminoans — cloners of some repute — keep to themselves, but are welcoming to those with the credits to spare. databank DG-29 heavy blaster pistol DG-29 heavy blaster pistol Tobias Beckett is a capable fighter who often draws blasters in both hands. His chosen weapon for his dominant left hand is a DG-29 sideloader heavy blaster pistol, manufactured by BlasTech and sporting an image-intensifying macroscope for long-range shots. databank Dianoga Dianoga After Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Chewbacca rescued Princess Leia from her cell on the Death Star, they sought safety in one of the battle station’s trash compactors. It was a perilous refuge: the garbage masher was home to a tentacled carnivore known as a dianoga. The slimy monster poked an eyestalk above the surface of the garbage to see what had invaded its abode and then attacked, dragging Luke under the surface to drown him so he could become a meal later. Fortunately for Luke, the dianoga let go of him and disappeared. Unfortunately for all of the rebel heroes, the creature fled because it sensed the walls were about to move, crushing anything in their path. databank Director Orson Krennic Director Orson Krennic As director of Advanced Weapons Research for the Imperial military, Orson Krennic is obsessed with the completion of the long-delayed Death Star project. A cruel but brilliant man, Krennic has staked his reputation on the delivery of the functional battle station to the Emperor. databank Dismantler droid Dismantler droid Featuring an umbrella-shaped top, crab-like legs, and electrified pincers outfitted with saws, dismantler droids were used in salvage yards to turn starships to scrap. At Reklam Station, an Imperial base, they were also used as security. The fearsome droids did battle with the Ghost crew, who were looking to steal Y-wings for the rebel fleet. databank DJ DJ An amoral thief and talented slicer, DJ dwells in the shadows thrown off by Canto Bight’s glitz, stealing whatever he needs and resolutely refusing to take sides in the growing conflict between the First Order and the Resistance. databank DJ R-3X DJ R-3X Rex, a former pilot of a Starspeeder 3000 for Star Tours, was recently reprogrammed to be a DJ in Oga’s Cantina. Today, he can be found playing the latest hits from around the galaxy in the heart of Black Spire Outpost. As quirky and talkative as ever, he’s still trying to do his best on the job. databank DL-18 Blaster Pistol DL-18 Blaster Pistol These compact blaster pistols were favored by elements of the underworld, particularly those based on Tatooine. In the early days of the Galactic Civil War, former Jedi Kanan Jarrus carried one, using it far more often than his secret lightsaber. Later in the war, DL-18s were in wide distribution inside Jabba’s Palace in the last days of his life. Luke Skywalker used the Force to snatch one from one of Jabba’s men, just before he fell into the rancor pit below Jabba’s throne. databank DL-44 Blaster Pistol DL-44 Blaster Pistol DL-44s were accurate, highly reliable, and easily modifiable, which made them a go-to weapon for military personnel, bounty hunters, and smugglers. Perhaps the most infamous user of a modified DL-44 was the smuggler-turned-hero-of-the-Rebellion, Han Solo. DL-44s were capable of firing charges powerful enough to blow through Stormtrooper armor. databank DLT-19 Heavy Blaster Rifle DLT-19 Heavy Blaster Rifle These heavy blaster rifles were carried by stormtroopers when they needed more firepower in the field. Bounty hunters also favored them for sniping jobs. Their durability made them ideal for use on far flung outposts in inhospitable environments like Tatooine. They were equipped with bipods for steadier shooting as well as a folding stock. databank Doctor Cornelius Evazan Doctor Cornelius Evazan A grubby, scarred smuggler from Alsakan, Cornelius Evazan was once a promising surgeon, but became notorious for conducting cruel medical experiments. Dr. Evazan tried to bully Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley cantina, boasting that he faced a death sentence in 12 systems. The doctor and his pal Ponda Baba assumed the young farmboy would be an easy target, and paid little heed to the old man in dusty robes who’d accompanied young Luke into the bar. That was a fatal mistake: when Evazan hurled Luke aside and pulled his blaster, Obi-Wan Kenobi coolly ignited his lightsaber and cut Evazan down. databank Doctor Gubacher Doctor Gubacher A researcher and engineer serving the Jedi Council, Doctor Gubacher was tasked with ensuring the droids attached to the Jedi Order were kept in optimum operational condition. With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Gubacher was given special assignment to modify the droids for specific missions. The manic Parwan scientist developed the modifications required by the droids of D-Squad to carry out their mission to capture a vital Separatist encryption module. databank Doctor Kalonia Doctor Kalonia A good-humored, sympathetic physician with the rank of major in the Resistance army, Doctor Kalonia is assigned to the Resistance base on D’Qar. She attended both Chewbacca and Finn after they were wounded. Her calm bedside manner and knowledge of Shyriiwook soothed Chewie, who allowed Kalonia to tend to his blaster burn. databank Doctor Nuvo Vindi Doctor Nuvo Vindi Dr. Nuvo Vindi, a brilliant but demented Separatist scientist, tried to release the deadly Blue Shadow Virus during the Clone Wars. Working from a secret lab on Naboo, Dr. Vindi plotted a catastrophic outbreak that was foiled when the Republic found a cure before his virus could spread. databank Dok-Ondar Dok-Ondar Dok-Ondar is an infamous collector who buys, sells, and trades rare and valuable relics in his Den of Antiquities in Black Spire Outpost. Known as the gatekeeper of the black market, he has amassed an impressive collection of unique artifacts that is unrivaled in the galaxy. A mysterious Ithorian with an even more mysterious past, Dok-Ondar is sought after for his knowledge and connections. databank Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities For those in the know, Dok-Ondar is the Ithorian one seeks for selling and buying rare and uniquely-valued items from across the galaxy. As one of the oldest establishments on Black Spire Outpost, Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities has earned the reputation for amassing an impressive collection of valuable items spanning across all eras. databank Dokma Dokma On the barren world of Atollon, few lifeforms survived. Among them, however, were the dokma: small, timid creatures that featured an outer protective shell. The larger krykna, which were spider-like hunters, often ate the dokma, proving Atollon to be a dangerous place no matter how desolate. databank Dormé Dormé Despite no longer being Naboo’s queen, Padmé Amidala retained some royal perks as senator. Among them were her loyal handmaidens – a name that did little justice to the women’s training as bodyguards. Padmé’s most devoted aide, Dormé, advised the senator on Coruscant and helped look after Naboo’s affairs when Padmé retreated to her homeworld with Anakin Skywalker. databank Doza Tower Doza Tower Most inhabitants on the Colossus can only dream of the luxury of living in Doza Tower. Within the tower is the Aces Lounge, where the Aces and their crews get the chance to indulge in the cleaner quarters and delectable food offerings. databank Drahgor III Drahgor III Lightning crackles in the dense atmosphere above Drahgor III, a planet bathed in a blanket of yellow fog. The mercurial surface of unforgiving rock is barren except for the Gozzo, a long-limbed, feathery species unafraid to mine the planet for its rich ore through deep-core drilling. databank Drell Drell As part of Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, Drell is a competent crewman entrusted with important missions, who seems to derive a warped sense of joy from wreaking havoc in the galaxy and shooting down enemy fighters. But despite his fearsome appearance and gruff attitude, his skills are no match for the First Order. databank Droid Gunship Droid Gunship Debuting late in the Clone Wars was this powerful automated predator, a heavily armed and ray-shielded air support unit capable of wiping out infantry and armor units in relentless barrages of explosive ordnance. The underside of the gunship’s flat fuselage carries two clusters of missile pods, and can be fitted with droid deployment racks for insertion and extraction into the heaviest combat zones. databank Droid Popper Droid Popper Also called an Electro Magnetic Pulse grenade, or EMP grenade, these were used by Jedi and clones in the Clone Wars. When detonated close to a droid, it would disable it. Effectiveness depended on distance and placement relative to the target. databank Droid remote control Droid remote control A small, palm-sized device, the droid remote control was used to power large numbers of droids on and off at the same time. When the pirate Hondo Ohnaka stole the Broken Horn from Cikatro Vizago, he used a droid remote control to deactivate all on-board droids, ensuring an easy take over. databank Droideka Droideka Unlike the spindly battle droids, whose humanoid builds allow them a degree of versatility, droidekas are designed with one sole function in mind: the complete annihilation of their targets. Slung at the end of heavy arms are immense twin blasters, which unleash destructive energy at a pounding pace. The destroyer droid can completely envelope itself in a globe of protective energy via its compact deflector shield generators, though at the expense of its mobility. Although slow and awkward on its three-legged gait, the droideka can transform into a much speedier, disk-shaped form. databank Droopy McCool Droopy McCool Droopy McCool played the chindinkalu flute in the Max Rebo Band, an ensemble that performed as Jabba’s palace band on Tatooine. A veteran musician, Droopy was used to seedy dives and gigs for unsavory clients. But the depravity he saw in Jabba’s court shocked even him. databank Dryden Vos Dryden Vos The public face of the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate, Dryden Vos is a contradiction: a pitiless enforcer known as a gangster of wealth and taste. Vos socializes with the galaxy’s elite aboard his lavishly appointed yacht First Light, and enjoys showing off his superb collection of antiquities. His good manners shouldn’t be mistaken for weakness, though: he can change from generous host to ruthless killer in a moment. databank DT-F16 DT-F16 A squad commander, death trooper DT-F16 leads with strength and the ability to know when to fight and when to retreat. She suffers no fools and demands the best from those around her. databank Duchess Satine Kryze Duchess Satine Kryze The leader of Mandalore during the Clone Wars, Duchess Satine of Kalevala was a controversial figure. She longed to move Mandalore beyond its violent past and instituted a government that valued pacifism. Though Mandalore did begin to rebuild under her guidance, the dark shadow of the Clone Wars made the Duchess’ goals difficult to achieve. databank Dug Dug Dugs are a sentient species with elongated faces, walking with their upper limbs. The podracer Sebulba is a Dug. databank Dume Dume With the birth name of fallen Jedi Kanan Jarrus, Dume is a large Loth-wolf — even by the species’ own standards. The creature’s origin unknown, he communes directly with Padawan learner Ezra Bridger. databank Duros Duros A green-skinned humanoid species with long, noseless faces and red eyes, Duros were a common sight in the galaxy, found everywhere from the corridors of power on Coruscant to dingy cantinas on Tatooine. databank Dwarf Spider Droid Dwarf Spider Droid During the last decades of the Republic, the Jedi order had replaced any need for a unified military for protection. Instead, private interests maintained their own armed forces in local territories, and the engines of commerce could afford the most powerful and most effective armies. Despite legislation designed to curb the potency of any one private army, the massive corporations were able to build sizable droid forces. The dwarf spider droids favored by the Commerce Guild appeared in the Separatist ranks. The four-legged dome-shaped mechanical arachnid featured a powerful, centrally mounted laser cannon. databank Dyro Felldor Dyro Felldor Dyro acted as a representative for the Er’Kit people and sought the help of Saponza and his partner in ridding the world of a terrorist sect of a slavery operation on Er’Kit, known as the Blood Dawn. After the campaign and eventual defeat of the Blood Dawn, Felldor relayed his gratitude but offered no alliance with his new associates. Upon return to the world, Saponza and his partner discovered that Dyro had been taking part in a power struggle, and was manipulating both the Alliance and the Empire to serve his greedy purposes. databank E-10 blaster rifle E-10 blaster rifle Manufactured by BlasTech, the E-10 is a forerunner of the E-11 rifle. Mimban’s mudtroopers are eager for the E-10 to be phased out, complaining that it has a habit of jamming at the worst possible moment. A variant used by range troopers, the E-10R, offers enhanced electroscope optics, and an extended stock that can house extra ammunition. databank E-11 Blaster Rifle E-11 Blaster Rifle BlasTech’s E-11 Blaster Rifle was the weapon of choice and standard issue for the Stormtroopers of the Galactic Empire. With telescopic sights, adjustable stocks, and a high powered, red colored plasma blast, these weapons were the perfect killing machines for the Empire. They were equally deadly in the hands of the Rebellion at times when they managed to steal them from the Empire, as Princess Leia Organa did to aid in her escape from Cloud City. databank E-22 blaster rifle E-22 blaster rifle A reciprocating double-barreled blaster rifle, the E-22’s heavy firepower is a must in pitched fights, and used to devastating effect by the Imperial Army on planets such as Mimban. Mudtroopers battling the native Mimbanese discovered it was vital to keep the recoil sleeve free of mud, for fear of a jam at the worst possible moment. databank E-XD Infiltrator Droid E-XD Infiltrator Droid On the surface, a meek protocol droid. Underneath, a deadly assassin. E-XD infiltrator droids were used by the Empire to sweep Outer Rim worlds for rebel bases, and changed forms from standard robotic humanoid into towering, quick fighters. They were outfitted with an anti-capture failsafe — an inner proton warhead that would detonate upon capture — making them doubly dangerous. databank Eadu Eadu A rugged planet in the Outer Rim’s Bheriz sector, Eadu is known – to the extent it’s known at all – for its rain and native nerf herders. Few suspect the planet is home to a top-secret laboratory where Imperial scientists working for the Tarkin Initiative seek to unlock the secrets of kyber crystals and perfect a terrifying weapon. databank EC-17 hold-out blaster EC-17 hold-out blaster A compact blaster favored by the Empire’s scout troopers and patrol troopers, the EC-17 has a pressure-sensitive grip that makes it easier to fire while wearing thick gloves. A lightweight sidearm, it’s most effective in short-range combat. databank Echo Base Echo Base After the Battle of Yavin, the rebels fled from the Imperial starfleet, seeking a new main base of operations. They settled on the frozen Outer Rim world of Hoth, where they enlarged caverns to form Echo Base, defended by a powerful ion cannon and squads of airspeeders converted to operate in frigid conditions. Unfortunately, the base was barely established when an Imperial probe droid discovered it. General Rieekan ordered an immediate evacuation, but before Echo Base could be abandoned an Imperial task force arrived, landing AT-AT walkers and ground troops. Though key personnel escaped, the Battle of Hoth was a costly defeat for the Alliance. databank Edrio Two Tubes Edrio Two Tubes Edrio Two Tubes is a mercenary pilot who flies alongside his eggmate, Benthic. They share the nickname derived from the breathing apparatus that allows Tognath physiology to process oxygen atmospheres. Edrio’s native world of Yar Togna was conquered and occupied by the Empire, forcing him to flee as a refugee. With a desire to strike back at the Empire, Edrio and Benthic have allied with Saw Gerrera. databank Eesh Fahm Eesh Fahm Eesh Fahm was a miner on Ibaar, a world devastated by the Empire. He ran an underground network that sought to help his people, and worked with the rebellion to bring food and supplies past the Imperial blockade. databank Eeth Koth Eeth Koth Eeth Koth was a member of the Jedi High Council in the final years of the order. From within the polished towers of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the Council governed the actions of the Jedi Knights. Koth was one of the 12 Jedi present when Qui-Gon Jinn presented Anakin Skywalker as the Chosen One to the Council. A determined warrior with a deep, spiritual connection to the Force, Koth resisted torture at the hands of General Grievous during the Clone Wars, and was even able to secretly communicate his location to the Jedi Council. Koth was saved from Separatist clutches by the daring efforts of his fellow Jedi. databank EG-86 EG-86 On the surface, a harmless GNK power droid. Underneath, a courier holding secrets vital to the rebellion. EG-86, custodian of important information and data, was sent to rendezvous with Sabine and Ezra of the Ghost crew. While the Mandalorian and Padawan didn’t expect a GNK droid, neither would the Empire, making EG-86 a wise choice. databank EGL-21 “Amps” Power Droid EGL-21 “Amps” Power Droid Like his mechanical colleague Geetaw, Amps was an autonomous droid who traded his services to scavengers at Niima Outpost. The two droids could sometimes be spotted in the shade trading jokes that their customers had brought them. databank Eighth Brother Inquisitor Eighth Brother Inquisitor Nimble and menacing, the Eighth Brother was a deadly Terrelian Jango Jumper Inquisitor. Dispatched by Darth Vader, he was sent to Malachor to attempt to find and capture Maul, and instead found himself face to face with Ezra Bridger, Kanan Jarrus, and Ahsoka Tano. The Eighth Brother often used his double-bladed, spinning lightsaber to propel himself through the air, making for sneak attacks and quick escapes. This method proved unwise, however, when he jumped off the edge of the Malachor Sith Temple with his damaged lightsaber, and fell to his death. databank Eila Eila Eila, like more and more unfortunate souls throughout the galaxy, knows the wrath of the First Order and Kylo Ren firsthand. Having survived their raid of her village on Tehar, she and her brother Kel snuck aboard a cargo ship, leaving the smoldering ashes of their homeworld behind. Now, the siblings hide out on the Colossus…until a bounty on their heads attracts the attention of Kazuda Xiono and the First Order. databank Elan Sleazebaggano Elan Sleazebaggano The aptly named Elan Sleazebaggano made his living selling death sticks to patrons of the Outlander Club and other hot spots in the underlevels of Coruscant. Always in search of credits, Sleazebaggano targeted both desperate addicts and unwise thrill-seekers. databank electro-bisento electro-bisento Two of Supreme Leader Snoke’s Praetorian Guards are armed with electro-bisentos, polearms with scythelike blades. As with all the Praetorians’ weapons, the electro-bisento is a technological refinement of an ancient melee weapon. databank electro-chain whip electro-chain whip The Bilari electro-chain whip is a weapon used by two of Snoke’s Praetorian Guards to defend the Supreme Leader. An electro-plasma filament is threaded through the whip’s articulated segments, packing enough power to kill an opponent. The whip can be stiffened to act like a bludgeon in combat. databank Electro-shock prod Electro-shock prod A handheld device, an electro-shock prod delivers a burst of electrical energy that can stun an organic being the size of a Wookiee. With morale suffering aboard the Resistance flagship Raddus, Rose Tico is given a prod and ordered to neutralize anyone trying to make a getaway in the heavy cruiser’s escape pods. databank Electro-Whip Electro-Whip These electrified whips were the preferred method of domination for the subjugation of slaves taken by Zygerrians. They consisted of a metal grip and an electrified wire that glowed when powered up. They were incredibly painful, but not typically physically damaging, as Zygerrians didn’t want to damage their merchandise irreparably. databank electroripper staff electroripper staff Enfys Nest prefers melee weapons to blasters, and no weapon is more fearsome than the raider’s electroripper staff. This weighted polearm is tipped with a glowing ribbon of energy powerful enough to rip through metal or incapacitate an opponent. databank Electrostaff Electrostaff These mechanically complicated, double-ended electrostaffs were designed to repel lightsaber strikes. They conducted electricity that could block the Jedi blades and were able to incapacitate organic beings of most physiologies. They were the chief weapon of the Magnaguards that protected General Grievous during his terrorization of the galaxy during the Clone Wars. Electrostaffs were also used as a tool for catching joopa beneath the surface of the planet Seelos by sending bolts of energy along a laser line. databank Elite Praetorian Guard Elite Praetorian Guard Clad in ornate crimson armor, these warriors guarded Supreme Leader Snoke, ready to meet any threat with a savage response. The Guard consisted of eight sentinels divided into four pairs, with each pair brandishing unique weapons. Their red armor was a deliberate echo of that worn by Emperor Palpatine’s royal protectors. The Guard attacked Kylo Ren and Rey after the death of Snoke, with all eight falling in battle. databank Ello Asty Ello Asty The Abednedo pilot Ello Asty was known among his fellow Resistance pilots for his superb abilities behind the stick and occasional trouble remembering that a squadron must act as a team, not a loose collection of individuals. Ello flew with Cobalt Squadron in the early days of the Resistance and was a member of Blue Squadron during the attack on Starkiller Base. Ground fire ripped through his X-wing, ending his life. databank Embo Embo A fearsome bounty hunter of few words, Embo was quick to disable his target, be it by a single trained shot from his bowcaster or a decisive blow from his pan-shaped hat, which could be hurled at an adversary with deadly accuracy. The hat also doubled as a shield when the Kyuzo directly charged his target head-first. A freelance hunter, Embo worked with the likes of Sugi and Boba Fett, loyal only to his faithful anooba, Marrok. databank emigration officers emigration officers Coronet Spaceport’s emigration officers process civilian, commercial and military travelers heading offworld. They are part of the Corellian Security Forces, but CorSec is now an asset of the Imperial Security Bureau, and the officers’ civilian uniforms bear the Imperial symbol. Emigration officers question travelers from behind blast-proof partitions, with stormtroopers ready to intervene in case of trouble. databank Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural, and Sheev Palpatine is the most infamous follower of its doctrines. Scheming, powerful, and evil to the core, Darth Sidious restored the Sith and destroyed the Jedi Order. Living a double life, he was also Palpatine, a Naboo Senator and phantom menace. He manipulated the political system of the Galactic Republic until he was named Supreme Chancellor — and eventually Emperor – and ruled the galaxy through fear and tyranny. The galaxy rejoiced when he died at the Battle of Endor, but Sidious had cheated death and patiently plotted a return to power. databank Emperor’s throne room Emperor’s throne room Rising from the north pole of the second Death Star is a 100-story isolation tower reserved for the Emperor, from which he oversees the battle station’s operations. The tower’s four spokes house a throne room, Palpatine’s private chambers, and a vault reserved for Sith artifacts. This throne room was the site of a climactic showdown between Jedi and Sith at the Battle of Endor; decades later, the tower’s corroded ruins could be glimpsed amid wreckage that had come to rest in the oceans of Kef Bir. databank Endente Endente Endente was a Sugi arms dealer who made a deal to sell a giant kyber crystal with incredible destructive power to Count Dooku. databank Endor Endor Secluded in a remote corner of the galaxy, the forest moon of Endor would easily have been overlooked by history were it not for the decisive battle that occurred there. The lush, forest home of the Ewok species is the gravesite of Darth Vader and the Empire itself. It was here that the Rebel Alliance won its most crucial victory over the Galactic Empire. databank Energy Ball (Booma) Energy Ball (Booma) Boomas were spherical, grenade-type weapons colored pink and purple that were used exclusively by the Gungan Grand Army. Inside each energy ball was a plasma-like substance harvested deep inside the crust of Naboo’s surface that would short out electronic equipment and droids, in addition to delivering great shocks to organic beings. They came in various sizes and could be launched by hand, sling, or even catapult. databank Enfys Nest Enfys Nest The mysterious leader of the Cloud-Riders swoop gang, Enfys Nest is a ferocious warrior, decimating opponents with a furious blitz of martial-arts moves and strikes from melee weapons. Nest’s mask and armor hide all clues about the Cloud-Rider chief’s identity and background; her motives are also a riddle. databank Enfys Nest’s swoop bike Enfys Nest’s swoop bike The Cloud-Rider gang led by Enfys Nest terrorizes the skies atop their mean-looking swoop bikes. Little more than engines with seats, swoops are hard to control but capable of incredible speed. databank Eopie Eopie Easily domesticated, eopies serve Tatooine’s settlers as transports and beasts of burden. These tough, desert-adapted quadrupeds can carry heavy loads, but are grumpy and stubborn. databank Ephraim Bridger Ephraim Bridger The father of rebel Ezra, Ephraim Bridger refused to bow to the Empire. He and his wife, Mira, were among the few on Lothal who stood up to Imperial occupation, and they were arrested for their efforts — leading to years away from their child. Even in custody, however, Ephraim and Mira would not surrender their freedom. Inspired by a galvanizing broadcast by their son, they led a revolt in an Imperial prison, sacrificing themselves to save others. databank Er’Kit Er’Kit A desert planet with a climate similar to Tatooine, Er’Kit offers unique culture intermingled with danger. This planet has a history of slave trade, political scandal and violent militant groups such as the Blood Dawn. databank Erskin Semaj Erskin Semaj Mon Mothma’s attaché, Erskin Semaj is a loyal and protective servant of the senator turned rebel leader. Often, Mothma is a little too daring for Semaj’s liking, but he remains a reliable aide and believer in the fight for freedom. databank Erso Homestead Erso Homestead When the Ersos decided to break with the Empire, Saw Gerrera facilitated the purchase of a 65-hectare farm on the eastern side of the distant planet Lah’mu. On this world far from the centers of power, Galen and his family have reinvented themselves as subsistence farmers, hoping to escape from Director Krennic and his hunters. databank Escape Pod Escape Pod Escape pods are small emergency craft designed to detach from a larger vessel or launch from a planetary surface as a means of escape from a disaster. As such, these pods feature a simplified design to make them easy to use. Some planets maintain a network of escape pods to flee from surface danger into the upper atmosphere. When at a high altitude, these pods then transmit distress signals. Some pods are used for interstellar travel, and are equipped with hyperdrives, but these are rare. Use of pods is usually restricted only to organic lifeforms — not droids. As such these pods are also known as lifepods. databank Eta-2 Jedi Starfighter Eta-2 Jedi Starfighter With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, the Jedi were pressed into the forefront of military activity, serving as generals in the campaign against the Separatists. The demands of combat drove advancements in the Jedi starfighter arsenal, resulting in modifications to existing craft and a new generation of fighters. The Eta-2 was smaller than the earlier Delta-7 but boasted greater firepower. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi flew Eta-2s during the Battle of Coruscant, where Obi-Wan’s fighter was badly damaged by Separatist buzz droids. Some design elements of the Eta-2 were later incorporated into the Empire’s TIE fighters. databank EV-9D9 EV-9D9 The supervisor of Jabba the Hutt’s droid pool, EV-9D9 was a gangly mechanical with a quirk in her programming that made her enjoy tormenting and dismembering other droids. She turned a dank work area in the depths of Jabba’s palace into a grim torture chamber. databank EV-A4-D EV-A4-D EV-A4-D was the wisecracking EV-series medical droid employed by General Grievous to patch him up during the Clone Wars. He called the lair of Grievous on the third moon of Vassek his home until Kit Fisto and Nahdar Veb broke into the place in pursuit of Grievous. The two Jedi smashed up the interior and killed Grievous’s pet before Kit Fisto located the defenseless droid and decapitated him completely unprovoked. databank Even Piell Even Piell A gruff and battle-hardened Jedi as well as senior member of the Jedi council, Even Piell was bigger than life though he was small in stature. Highly skilled with a lightsaber and a great warrior, Piell was always willing to charge into battle. During the Clone Wars, he was tasked with some of the most crucial missions, protecting vital Republic territory and information. databank Ewok Ewok The Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the moon of Endor. They are curious individuals that stand about one meter tall. They are extremely skilled in forest survival and the construction of primitive technology like gliders and catapults. They are quick learners when exposed to advanced technology, however. The Ewoks accepted members of the Rebel Alliance into their tribe, and allied themselves to their cause. The Ewoks helped in the ground battle to destroy the Imperial shield generator built in their forests, and their primitive weapons felled the stormtroopers and the scout walkers of the Empire. Their help paved the way to victory at the Battle of Endor. databank Executioner Troopers Executioner Troopers In the First Order, execution duty isn’t the domain of a specialized unit, but an assignment that any stormtrooper may draw. Executioner troopers carry powerful laser axes and wear armor with black carbon-finish accents. Their serial numbers are never broadcast to squadmates’ helmet displays, leaving their identities anonymous. databank Executor Executor The mighty flagship of Darth Vader, the Executor led Death Squadron during the Empire’s assault on Hoth and pursued the Millennium Falcon to Bespin, where Luke Skywalker and his friends narrowly escaped her tractor beams. First commanded by Admiral Ozzel and later by Admiral Piett, the massive warship met her end during the Battle of Endor, when a rebel A-wing smashed through her command bridge. Out of control, the Executor careened into the Death Star and exploded. databank Exegol Exegol Deep in the Unknown Regions, Exegol remains one of the oldest Sith worlds, home to a massive citadel filled with ancient, crumbling statuary and a still viable enclave of Sith cultists intent on carrying out Darth Sidious’s plot. databank Ezra Bridger Ezra Bridger Growing up on his own during the age of the Empire, Ezra Bridger relied on his street smarts — and subconscious Force abilities — to survive. He became a con artist and small-time thief, doing what he needed to get by on his home planet Lothal. But this reality also hardened Ezra, who by the time he was 14 years old, had little trust for anyone. That would change with his introduction to the Ghost crew, a small band of rebels fighting back against the Empire. Ezra came to believe in their cause, and saw that he could help change the galaxy for the better. And with the help of Kanan Jarrus, he began to learn the ways of the Jedi. databank Ezra’s Lightsaber Ezra’s Lightsaber His original lightsaber destroyed by Darth Vader on Malachor, Ezra built a new Jedi weapon. Ezra’s new lightsaber featured a hilt with a black grip and silver accents, along with a green blade. databank Ezra’s Speeder Bike Ezra’s Speeder Bike Ezra’s speeder bike was actually a surplus Imperial model, repainted to match the Padawan’s tastes and blend into traffic. Built by Aratech Repulsor Company, it featured twin BlasTech JB-37 blaster cannons at the front of the vehicle, and standard steering. databank FA-4 pilot droid FA-4 pilot droid These wheeled pilot droids with ball heads were in use during the Galactic Republic era. They were tall enough to handle the controls of many ships. Count Dooku employed one to aid in take-offs and landings in his solar sailer. Others could be spotted at the Galactic Senate building, bustling about their business. databank Falleen Falleen The Falleen are humanoid but with a distinct alien look, featuring green skin, ridged skulls, and long pony tails. Black Sun is a vast criminal empire controlled by the Falleen. databank Falumpaset Falumpaset Falumpasets were strong but stubborn quadrupeds used as beasts of burden on a number of planets, including Naboo and Onderon. Falumpasets pulled Gungan battle wagons during the Battle of Naboo, and Onderon’s anti-Separatist rebels also made use of them. databank Fambaa Fambaa A lumbering beast of burden favored by the Gungans of Naboo, fambaas are immense quadrupeds capable of hauling enormous cargoes. The Gungan Grand Army uses fambaas as transports for their impressive shield generators. A pair of fambaas travelling in single file each carries a necessary component for the generator to function. databank Fang Fighter Fang Fighter The starship of choice for the Mandalorian Protectors of Concord Dawn, the Fang fighter was a formidable craft. It was tailor-made for combat, featuring wing-mounted laser cannons and a hidden proton torpedo port in its belly. The Fang’s pivot wings provided a vector thrust control, allowing it to make turns of which few ships are capable; in order to handle such a ship, the legendary Fenn Rau personally trained all Fang pilots. In battle, it was hard for any fighter to match the Protectors and the Fang. databank Faos Station Faos Station An orbital outpost, Faos Station is an active hub of freighter and shipping activity. databank Father Father In the mysterious realm of Mortis there exists a trio of beings able to wield the Force in ways no known mortals of the galaxy can. The Father maintained balance between his Daughter and his Son, who expressed affinity to the light and dark side of the Force, respectively. The Father knew his days were numbered — facing his impending demise, he needed to find another to keep the balance. His goal was the same described in an ancient Jedi prophecy — the rise of a Chosen One who will bring balance to the Force. databank Fathier Fathier Powerful yet graceful quadrupeds standing three meters high at the shoulder, fathiers can achieve speeds of 75 kilometers per hour for short distances. Fathier races are glitzy affairs in Canto Bight, but few spectators understand the toll the sport takes on these noble animals. Many fathiers live miserable lives, abused by jockeys and trapped in cramped stables. databank Fathier jockeys Fathier jockeys Fathier racing is a dangerous business in which falls are often fatal. This gives Canto Bight’s fathier jockeys a reputation far larger than their size – the resort town’s best riders are celebrities in their own right. The best jockeys know how to persuade their mounts to run without striking them with an electrocrop. databank Felucia Felucia Felucia is a world teeming with fungal life-forms and immense primitive plants. Much of the planet has a fetid, humid landscape overgrown by forests of bizarre wilderness. Many of the life-forms on Felucia are partially or completely translucent; they color the sunlight as the beams penetrate their skin. Others are opaque and imposing, like the enormous jungle rancors that roam the landscape. Beneath the hazy canopies of the enormous pitcher plants and leafy growths is a surreal color-drenched expanse. During the Clone Wars, the Jedi attempted to defend Felucia from those who would exploit the planet. databank Fenn Rau Fenn Rau Veteran of the Clone Wars and a respected warrior, Fenn Rau led the Protectors of Concord Dawn with a combination of honor and ruthlessness. During the Clone Wars, he served as a flight instructor for the clone army and fought in many clashes, including the Battle of Mygeeto. After the rise of the Empire, however, he accepted payment to act in service of the Imperials. It was not until he met with — and was captured by — the Ghost crew’s Kanan and Sabine that he came to align with the rebels. databank Festival of the Ancestors Festival of the Ancestors Every 42 years, the Aki-Aki of Pasaana stage a colorful celebration that simultaneously honors the past and looks to the future. Hundreds of thousands of visitors, from spiritual seekers to fans of kites and/or sweets, flock to Pasaana to enjoy dancing, singing and ceremonies of remembrance. databank Fife Fife In the Pyke prison on Oba Diah, Fife carries out the orders of the leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim. databank Fifth Brother Inquisitor Fifth Brother Inquisitor A big, hulking enforcer, the Fifth Brother Inquisitor was among a group of Inquisitors used by the Empire to hunt down any surviving Jedi. Trained in the dark side of the Force, he wielded the same model dual-bladed lightsaber as the Grand Inquisitor, reveling in the opportunity to destroy rebels and Force-wielders alike. Along with the Seventh Sister, he was dispatched by Darth Vader to locate the Ghost crew and bring them to justice. databank Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes This seven-piece ensemble of Bith musicians was a common sight at the Mos Eisley Cantina, playing swinging instrumentals for the watering hole’s staggering patrons. The Modal Nodes’ leader, “Fiery” Figrin D’an, played the Kloo horn, though some patrons preferred his work on the Gasan string drum. Other members of the Modal Nodes were Nalan Cheel (Bandfill), Doikk Na’ts (Dorenian Beshniquel), Tedn Dahai (Fanfar), Tech M’or (Ommni box), Ickabel G’ont (Double Jocimer) and Sun’il Ei’de (drums). databank Figrin D’an Figrin D’an Figrin D’an was the rocking frontman for the all-Bith band “The Modal Nodes.” His deft playing of the Kloo Horn for the band earned him the nickname “Fiery” Figrin. Playing their most recognizable tune in the Mos Eisley cantina, they were interrupted briefly when Obi-Wan Kenobi attacked Ponda Boba and Dr. Cornelius Evazan. databank Finalizer Finalizer The powerful flagship shared by General Hux and Kylo Ren, the dagger-shaped Finalizer is nearly twice the length of an Imperial-era Star Destroyer. The first of the new Resurgent class constructed in violation of treaties with the New Republic, the Finalizer’s heavy weapons are augmented by two starfighter wings, a hundred assault craft and a full legion of stormtroopers. Her turbolasers are more powerful and faster to recharge than Imperial-era weapons, a product of kyber crystals harvested in the Unknown Regions. databank Finn Finn Committed to the cause of the Resistance, Finn fights alongside his closest friends in the struggle to defeat the First Order, the evil regime he once served as a stormtrooper. As FN-2187, he was trained from birth to serve the First Order, but a skirmish on Jakku awakened his conscience and drove him down a different path, one that proved both heroic and dangerous. databank Fire-breather Fire-breather Lotho Minor has, for time immemorial, been an industrial dumping ground for neighboring worlds. Cargo ships routinely drop holds of refuse onto the planet, caring little as to what would become of it. Immense droids programmed long ago to incinerate the garbage continue to labor amid the mountains of refuse, filling their enormous jaws with scrap and burning it with the flames of their infernal gullets. Those unfortunate to live on Lotho Minor know not of the origins of these crane monsters. The mindless mechanicals are simply known as the fire-breathers. databank Fireball Fireball A decrepit racing ship that earns its colorful name Fireball due to its tendency to erupt in flames, this sleek vessel is a focus of constant and sometimes frustrated attention from the repair crew of Jarek Yeager’s garage. Team Fireball — including Kaz Xiono, Neeku Vozo, and Tam Ryvora — invests a lot of time, effort, and care into keeping the Fireball in high-flying shape. databank First Light First Light Dryden Vos travels the galaxy in a ship as refined as he is – an elegant Kalevalan yacht with a night-black finish known as the First Light. The yacht boasts elegant staterooms and six main viewing decks, with Vos’s private study at the apex. While moored on Vandor, the First Light is the site of lavish parties – and tense meetings with the Crimson Dawn kingpin. databank First Order AT-AT Walker First Order AT-AT Walker Despite designing giant vehicles such as the fearsome AT-M6, the First Order has not forgotten the Imperial walkers that terrorized rebels on countless battlefields. The regime’s All Terrain Armored Transport looks much the same as its Imperial ancestor, but its weapons recharge more quickly and its armor is both lighter and stronger. databank First Order AT-HH Walker First Order AT-HH Walker Tug walkers, formally known as All Terrain Heavy Haulers, are crustacean-like vehicles with many sets of legs to help them remain functional despite taking battle damage. AT-HH walkers are deployed on Crait, using ultra-dense cables to tow the First Order’s battering-ram cannon into position. databank First Order AT-ST Walker First Order AT-ST Walker The First Order’s ground-assault forces use two-legged scout walkers for reconnaissance and anti-personnel missions. The First Order’s take on the venerable AT-ST design offers improved gyroscopic systems and next-generation armor that’s both strong and lightweight. BB-8 took control of a First Order AT-ST aboard the Supremacy, allowing Rose Tico and Finn to escape to Crait. databank First Order data-medallion First Order data-medallion First Order officers use data-medallions to verify their identities while traveling, with the devices transmitting encrypted codes. Such verifications help cut through bureaucratic snarls and maintain secrecy during covert operations. Zorii Bliss gives Poe Dameron a captain’s data-medallion to help him rescue Chewbacca from captivity above Kijimi. databank First Order Flametroopers First Order Flametroopers These specialist stormtrooper units advance in conjunction with standard First Order infantry, using D-93 incinerators to flush out entrenched enemies with roaring sheets of flame. Flametroopers wear backpack-style propellant tanks, special helmets with slit-like lenses that reduce glare, and temperature-control body gloves beneath their armor. databank First Order Interrogator Droid First Order Interrogator Droid Interrogation droids were one of the most hated symbols of the Empire, leading the New Republic to ban torture after it came to power. But the First Order holds the legacy of the Empire in much higher esteem than galactic law, and has developed the IT-000 to question its enemies. One of these feared droids is on hand when Kylo Ren begins his interview with Poe Dameron above Jakku. databank First Order jet troopers First Order jet troopers Specialized stormtroopers of the First Order, jet troopers soar into battle equipped with agile rocket packs. databank First Order Light Shuttle First Order Light Shuttle Small but hardy, Xi-class shuttles are used by the First Order for tasks ranging from transporting officers between ships to ferrying equipment. These light shuttles are unarmed and regard on fighter escorts – or frantic maneuvering – for defense. databank First Order Medical Droid First Order Medical Droid Aboard the Supremacy, an IT-SOO.2 medical droid treats the wounds inflicted on Kylo Ren by Rey’s lightsaber and Chewbacca’s bowcaster. The droid’s delicate, precise mechanical arms make short work of removing mechnosutures from Ren’s face. databank First Order Mining Operation First Order Mining Operation Hidden within a treacherous asteroid belt, the First Order has built a massive space station right into the face of one of the largest rocks in the field. On a mission to gather intelligence, Kazuda Xiono and Poe Dameron discover readouts that show the First Order has mined the asteroid for precious dedlanite, a mineral that can be used to make a vast quantity of blasters. But evidence of the station is soon obliterated by Captain Phasma herself, alerted to the Resistance spy intrusion and determined to eliminate any trace of the First Order’s capabilities. databank First Order probe droid First Order probe droid To maintain security in the Unknown Regions, where the First Order has been testing new weapons of mass destruction, probe droids are an efficient form of surveillance. Intruders are easily spotted on the droid’s many sensors, triggering evasive action in the form of homing beacons or the release of several smaller units, commonly referred to as “kids” to the main droid’s “mother,” that help eliminate any threat. Failing to dispatch any invading lifeform that disturbs the droid, or upon its own destruction, the First Order probe will emit a signal to scramble TIE fighters, sent immediately to take a closer look. databank First Order Raiders First Order Raiders An elite new class of stormtrooper, the First Order Raiders are highly skilled hunters of a very specific variety, seeking to obtain ancient Sith relics for their commander, Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank First Order Riot Control Stormtroopers First Order Riot Control Stormtroopers Stormtrooper units assigned to keep order on worlds within First Order territory are trained in riot-control tactics and given non-lethal equipment – though all carry standard weapons in case situations spiral out of control. Riot control stormtroopers use betaplast shields and Z6 batons to keep crowds at bay or to shock or pummel an opponent. databank First Order SCUBA troopers First Order SCUBA troopers Among the specialized forces in the First Order, SCUBA troopers are specially-equipped with underwater blasters, flippers, and breathing apparatus to help them perform patrols on the ocean planet of Castilon. databank First Order Sentry Droid First Order Sentry Droid Although first thought to be abandoned, the presence of Resistance pilots on the First Order’s mining operation triggers a patrolling sentry droid, a squat sentinel often seen keeping watch in the corridors of high-level First Order stations, bases, and ships. databank First Order Snowtroopers First Order Snowtroopers First Order stormtroopers assigned to frigid planets such as Starkiller Base wear specialized armor and gear that let them operate effectively in icy conditions. Snowtroopers carry a backpack-style personal environment unit and wear insulated helmets with glare-reducing slit lenses, gloves, a kama, and a heat-resistant body glove beneath an oversuit of wind-resistant fabric. Snowtrooper teams scouted the planet that now houses Starkiller Base, eliminating native life forms that posed a potential threat. databank First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter A two-seat strike fighter used by the First Order’s elite Special Forces pilots, the TIE/SF boasts weapons far more powerful than a standard TIE, combining laser cannons with a heavy turret and warhead launcher. Special Forces TIEs have hyperdrives, deflector shields and high-yield cells that provide additional power to onboard systems. These versatile attack ships are used for everything from reconnaissance to combat operations. databank First Order Star Destroyer First Order Star Destroyer The First Order’s Resurgent-class Star Destroyers recall the wedge-shaped warships of the Galactic Empire, but boast more efficient turbolasers powered by kyber crystals and can launch starfighters more quickly than their predecessors. More than two dozen First Order Star Destroyers join the pursuit of the Resistance fleet. databank First Order Stormtroopers First Order Stormtroopers The First Order’s infantry units wear stark white armor derived from that worn by the Republic’s clone troopers and the Empire’s stormtroopers. Members of this new generation of stormtroopers are trained from birth, growing up with unit designations instead of names and fed a steady diet of First Order propaganda to ensure absolute loyalty. Where the Empire opted for numbing routine, the First Order’s training simulations and live-fire drills encourage improvisation on the battlefield, making these stormtroopers more dangerous than their Imperial predecessors. databank First Order Supreme Council First Order Supreme Council Now that he is Supreme Leader, Kylo Ren has created a cabinet of top First Order military leaders to carry out his orders. This is a change from Snoke’s regime, in which most high-ranking officers knew little of the First Order’s capabilities and goals. Cooperation is new to these proud men and women, and many of High Command’s meetings aboard the Steadfast are marred by sniping and turf wars. databank First Order TIE echelon First Order TIE echelon A TIE assault shuttle manufactured by Sienar-Jaemus Fleet Systems as part of the TIE series, this shuttle is used mainly for small troop and cargo transport. Equipped with twin clusters of three ion engines on each side, heavy laser cannons, a shield generator, and advanced sensors to monitor and scan enemy communications to effectively avoid hostile encounters, the shuttle accommodates up to twelve crew members as well as additional cargo. In addition to a turret in the cockpit, the TIE echelon also has the ability to fully customize its armaments as needed. databank First Order TIE Fighter First Order TIE Fighter The latest starfighter in the storied TIE line looks similar to its predecessors, but the TIE/FO boasts improved solar cells and higher-capacity converters, making these ships deadlier than the TIEs that saw service in the Imperial era. Unlike the Empire, the First Order values its pilots as key military assets, protecting them with onboard deflector shields. databank First Order TIE Fighter Pilots First Order TIE Fighter Pilots Imperial pilots were treated as expendable, sent into combat in unshielded TIEs, but the First Order treats its fighter pilots as important parts of its war machine. Potential First Order pilots are identified as children and given rigorous training, often within the corridors of warships, then tested ruthlessly throughout their careers to ensure their reflexes, visual acuity and coordination measure up. Elite Special Forces fighter pilots bear red flashes on their helmets, and report to the upper ranks of the First Order hierarchy. databank First Order Transporter First Order Transporter The First Order’s stormtrooper transports – formally known as Atmospheric Assault Landers – are designed for the speedy delivery of up to 20 stormtroopers to the battlefield for ground operations. A pilot guides the transport to its drop zone from an elevated cockpit, while a gunner protects the no-frills craft during its final approach. databank First Order treadspeeder First Order treadspeeder First Order treadspeeders are rugged, shielded patrol bikes with a design that grants greater traction on unstable terrain, and can avoid countermeasures that jam traditional speeders. databank First Order treadspeeder drivers First Order treadspeeder drivers Specialized stormtroopers of the First Order, these armored soldiers operate the rugged treadspeeders in combat and pursuit operations. databank Flanx Flanx Before Flix left his homeworld and made a career in the Office of Acquisitions aboard the Colossus, he and his cousin, Flanx, were close. Long estranged, the two are reunited when Flix returns to Drahgor III looking for fuel. But Flanx can’t help but mock his cousin’s aspirations and childlike belief in a legendary family of dragons. That is, until he comes face-to-face with proof that nearly swallows him whole. databank Flash Speeder Flash Speeder The Flash speeder is a sleek, lightweight repulsorlift vehicle used by Naboo’s volunteer security force for patrolling the tranquil streets of their peaceful cities. The open-air canopy seats two soldiers. Turret-mounted on the rear spoiler is a blaster cannon. During the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo, the resistance groups organized by Captain Panaka and Queen Amidala employed Flash and Gian speeders to infiltrate the besieged city of Theed. Flash speeders continued to be used during the age of the Empire, and on worlds other than Naboo. The rebel Zeb Orrelios employed a Flash speeder to travel on Atollon, location of Chopper Base. databank Flight data recorder Flight data recorder A flight data recorder is present on nearly every space-faring ship in the galaxy. It contains complete records of a craft’s range, top speed, shield array, weapons payload, and more. databank Flight Simulator Squadron Flight Simulator Squadron Grounded in her room in her father’s attempt to protect her from the First Order, Torra Doza keeps herself entertained, bobbing and weaving to control the small computer-generated ship in her holo-game, Flight Simulator Squadron. Although an enjoyable past time, especially playing with friends, what the ace pilot really craves is some fresh air and the chance to really fly. databank Flix Flix Flix and his partner Orka run the Office of Acquisitions on the Colossus. Fussy Flix handles the books for the business, selling quality tech and secondhard parts both routine and rare. databank Florrum Florrum A harsh, arid desert world in the Outer Rim Territories, Florrum is off the beaten path of major galactic hyperspace routes, making it the perfect haven for hunted criminals or lawless thugs. During the Clone Wars, Hondo Ohnaka ran a profitable salvage and piracy operation out of Florrum. His affairs crossed paths with the Jedi on more than one occasion. databank FN-2199 FN-2199 A stormtrooper raised from birth to serve the First Order, FN-2199 fought alongside his comrades FN-2000, FN-2003 and FN-2187. During combat training he took the nickname Nines. After FN-2187 defected from the First Order, Nines encountered his old squadmate again during the raid on Takodana. Angrily denouncing FN-2187 as a traitor, he tried to subdue his former friend with a Z6 riot baton, but was gunned down by Han Solo. databank Fode and Beed Fode and Beed Flamboyant, colorful and not always too accurate, Fode and Beed were the popular announcers of the Boonta Eve Podrace. The two were well suited for their chosen vocation — they were a two-headed alien that shared a single body. Fode, whose skin was tinted red, provided commentary in an easy Basic drawl, while Beed, the green-hued head, provided counterpoint in Huttese. databank Fondor Fondor A critical naval complex for the Empire, Fondor is home to loyal Imperial citizens, scientists, and officers. The shipyards orbiting the purple planet are used for capital ship repairs, manufacturing, and Imperial R&D of classified technologies. Operation: Cinder’s satellites, and other unspecified projects, can trace parts of their early development to this vital Imperial world. databank Force Choke Force Choke The Force choke is another tool employed by Sith to intimidate and even kill their opponents. Sith usually visualize the ability with a claw-like or crushing hand gesture, and strangle a victim through the power of the dark side. The result is an often painful, slow death. databank Force healing Force healing Exploring the Jedi texts, Rey discovers descriptions of Jedi healing techniques, which she instinctively uses to aid a vexis on Pasaana and then to save the mortally wounded Kylo Ren. As other Force users have discovered, this altruistic use of the Force can take a dangerous toll, as it transfers life energy from one being to another. databank Force Lightning Force Lightning Force lightning is a dark side ability used to torture, disfigure, and even kill one’s victims. Blue in color, Sith shoot Force lightning from their hands by calling on their hatred and aggressive feelings. However, while a deadly weapon, it is not unstoppable. Force lightning can be deflected and absorbed by a lightsaber, and select Jedi have proved able to neutralize the technique through the power of the light side. databank Force Planet Force Planet Not marked on any star map and not recognized with any specific name, the Force planet is a mystical world and the foundation of life itself. It is the birthplace of the midi-chlorians, microscopic organisms that connect the living Force to the cosmic Force. Surrounded by a bright nebula, the Force planet is a barren place, featuring only luminescent geysers that shoot energy from deep within the world. Several islands hover above the surface, each teeming with plant life and strong with the Force. databank Force Priestesses Force Priestesses Dwelling on an unnamed planet in the heart of the galaxy, these five mysterious beings embodied the connection between the living Force present in lifeforms big and small, and the larger, timeless cosmic Force. Mutable in form, the Priestesses manifested as Serenity, Joy, Anger, Confusion, and Sadness. They tested Master Yoda on their homeworld, helping him attain a larger understanding of the Force and learn to preserve his identity after death. databank Force Push Force Push A key Force ability, the Force push is both an offensive and defensive technique. It is employed primarily by Jedi but also used by the Sith, and is accomplished with a forward hand gesture. Force pushes can range in intensity from simple movements to dangerous, powerful shoves that can disorient and harm opponents in battle. databank Fork Lift Fork Lift Used for lifting heavy cargo or machinery, fork lifts were found throughout the galaxy in industrial complexes or starship hangars. databank Fort Anaxes Fort Anaxes Fort Anaxes is a remote military base on the planet Anaxes during the Clone Wars. At one time, it is the site of the Separatist cyber center, an important strategic and tactical location for Republic troops. After war’s end, a cataclysmic event obliterates the planet, though miraculously, Fort Anaxes remains intact. The facility becomes a fuel depot and meeting place for those who require privacy in their dealings. Unbeknownst to visitors to Fort Anaxes, it has also become home to a colony of vicious fyrnocks nested on the massive rock. databank Fort Ypso Fort Ypso Deep in the Iridium Mountains, the snowy Fort Ypso lodge is the last remaining vestige of the Ypsobay Trading Company’s ambitious settlement. After the company’s collapse, the austere timber buildings of the fort remained, revitalized as an independent port and trading post. databank Free Ryloth Movement Free Ryloth Movement The Twi’lek freedom fighter Cham Syndulla founded this underground resistance group on his homeworld of Ryloth to disrupt Imperial operations through carefully planned raids. Many of the Free Ryloth members were veterans of Syndulla’s campaign against the earlier Separatist occupation. When Syndulla learned that Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader planned to visit Ryloth, he saw a chance to strike a blow for freedom not just on his own planet, but everywhere in the galaxy. databank Freeco Bike Freeco Bike Thanks to modified systems, freeco bikes functioned in frigid weather that would ground a Repulic gunship. These speeder bikes were properly known as CK-6 swoop bikes, and their nickname was a nod to the “freezing cold” conditions for which they were designed. databank Freya Fenris Freya Fenris One of the Aces dedicated to protecting the Colossus platform, Freya stands apart from the rest of the boisterous crew with a personality that is both coolly methodical and calculating. She transforms her icy precision into blazing hot flight maneuvers, and her ship also stands out with its fiery red finish. databank FX-6 Medical Droid FX-6 Medical Droid Cylindrical droids with multiple arms, FX medical droids assist other models, such as 2-1B surgical models, in surgical centers and on battlefields. FX-6 models monitor patients, perform tests, operate equipment and review medical procedures and techniques. An FX-6 droid supplied Darth Vader with a blood transfusion after the former Jedi’s crippling injuries on Mustafar and helped affix cybernetic legs to the flesh-and-blood stumps. databank Fyrnock Fyrnock Fyrnocks are ferocious quadruped creatures featuring yellow eyes, sharp teeth, and long tails, that reproduce in great numbers. The animals are unable, whether for fear or sensitivity, to walk in sunlight. In the cover of darkness, however, fyrnocks are fierce, relentless predators, attacking in throngs. Hera and Sabine of the Ghost crew encountered a colony of fyrnocks on the Fort Anaxes asteroid, barely escaping with their lives. databank G-LN G-LN Inside Flix and Orka’s Office of Acquisitions aboard the Colossus, a petite pit droid named G-LN scuttles around towering cabinets full of quality tech and secondhand parts to assist the shopkeepers and occasionally hustle customers into their proper place. databank G1-7CH (Glitch) G1-7CH (Glitch) When business is booming at Aunt Z’s Tavern, the proprietor relies on her assistant bartender to help serve drinks — and take wagers on everything from races to brawls and the strangest sightings in between. databank G2-1B7 G2-1B7 A medical droid operating out of Jedha’s Catacombs of Cadera, G2-1B7 has one primary mission: keep Saw Gerrera alive. That’s no small challenge, as the infamous rebel partisan has lost limbs battling the Empire and inhaled near-lethal doses of Geonosian insecticide. G2-1B7 doses Saw with medicine at dangerously short intervals, and is puzzled that its high-value patient is still alive. databank GA-97 GA-97 GA-97 looks much the same as every other servant droid found at Maz’s castle on Takodana, but the battered automaton is actually part of the galaxy-wide network of droids secretly serving the Resistance. After spotting BB-8, GA-7 swiftly reported this discovery to C-3PO on D’Qar. Resistance starfighters and troops then raced to Takodana, desperate to beat the First Order to the site of the signal. databank Gaderffii Stick Gaderffii Stick Also known as a Gaffi Stick, these were the spiked pole arms traditionally wielded by the tribes of Tusken Raiders that were indigenous to Tatooine. Each was unique as they were built with scrounged materials, but were useful as mace-like clubs and for stabbing. databank Galactic Empire Galactic Empire The Galactic Empire ruled for years through fear, intimidation, and tyranny. With a mighty military force including stormtroopers, spy technology like probe droids, and the planet-destroying Death Star, Emperor Palpatine’s regime seemed unstoppable and permanent. But some dared to strike back… databank Galactic Republic Galactic Republic For over a thousand years, the Galactic Republic stood firm as a democratic union that governed the galaxy. The Republic was governed by the Galactic Senate, consisting of elected officials from each system and world, and Jedi Knights served as peacekeepers. With the rise of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, however, the Galactic Republic — and democracy — would crumble. databank Galactic Senate Galactic Senate At the height of its rule, the Galactic Republic was governed by a body of Senators representing the many worlds of the galaxy. Within the cavernous Senate rotunda, hundreds of politicians would fill the viewing platforms that lined the curved walls. The Senate’s power gradually eroded after it voted emergency powers to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine during the Clone Wars, and the body was sharply divided between supporters of the war and those seeking peace. After Palpatine declared himself Emperor, power was increasingly wielded by regional governors. Shortly before the Battle of Yavin, Palpatine disbanded the Senate. databank Galaxies Opera House Galaxies Opera House Located in the upper levels of the Uscru District on Coruscant, the Galaxies Opera House was a venue favored by the elite of the galaxy. During the final days of the Clone Wars, Chancellor Palpatine attended an acrobatic performance of Squid Lake as performed by a Mon Calamari troupe. While the Chancellor was there, his private box was visited upon by Anakin Skywalker and he proceeded to reveal the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the wise. databank Galaxy’s Glory Galaxy’s Glory In the skies, Marcus Speedstar’s distinct purple, black, and silver ship effortlessly traces the curves of the race course, gliding through each marker with ease. Speedstar has been known to juice his ride with hyperfuel in the pursuit of winning at any cost. But when he goes up against his brother Jarek Yeager in the Platform Classic, he races honestly to atone for his past. databank Galen Erso Galen Erso A brilliant scientist, Galen Erso was coerced into using kyber crystals to enhance energy yields – work his friend Orson Krennic then weaponized to create the Death Star’s superlaser. Galen fled to remote Lah’mu with his family, but Krennic tracked him down and forced him to resume his work. Trapped, Galen seeks to build a fatal flaw into the Death Star and reveal it to the Alliance. databank Gall Trayvis Gall Trayvis Gall Trayvis was a senator-turned-rebel during the reign of the Emperor. He made underground transmissions through the Holonet, reporting real news that the Empire would try to keep secret. For those fighting against Imperial rule, Trayvis’ broadcasts were both inspiring and a source of intel. But Trayvis was actually a double agent – his communications with rebel groups were designed to lure them into revealing themselves, after which they’d suffer accidents arranged by the Empire. Lothal’s rebels nearly fell into Trayvis’s trap, but Hera Syndulla tricked the Imperial agent into disclosing his true loyalties. databank Galleon Galleon With a patchwork of sails and scrawls of graffiti, Kragan Gorr’s hulking pirate ship, the Galleon, emerges from the mist, as imposing as the notorious leader himself. Serving as the main base of operations for Gorr and his Warbird gang, the ship is a mobile port for swoops, skiffs, and fighters cobbled together from secondhand parts: a crow’s nest has been fashioned from a hollowed out AT-TE foot, Lamdba-class shuttle wings balance the behemoth, and its hull has been crafted from what appears to be a discarded AT-AT. databank Gamorreans Gamorreans Burly, pig-like brutes who favored axes and other primitive weapons, Gamorreans were often used as muscle by Hutts and other underworld kingpins. Jabba the Hutt employed a gang of intimidating Gamorreans to guard his palace on Tatooine. databank Ganodi Ganodi A starry-eyed Rodian girl, Ganodi was a bright student in the Jedi Temple during the Clone Wars. She underwent an important rite of passage called The Gathering, which required her to enter the heart of the Crystal Cave on Ilum, and discover the crystal that was perfectly attuned to her through the Force. This gem would become the heart of her lightsaber, but first, she needed to overcome despair at the overwhelming nature of the challenge before her. databank Gar Saxon Gar Saxon Imperial Viceroy of Mandalore, Gar Saxon of Clan Vizsla was the ruthless leader of the Imperial Super Commandos — Mandalorians loyal to the Empire. His armor featured a threatening color scheme of red and white, with the Imperial cog emblazoned on his shoulders. databank Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios Meet the muscle of the Ghost team. Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios was a cunning Lasat honor guard who adopted the cause of rebellion against the Empire. Despite his hulking frame, Zeb was actually highly-educated and articulate. Still, he loved beating up stormtroopers, who he nicknamed “bucket heads.” databank Gardulla the Hutt Gardulla the Hutt A wily crime lord and member of the shadowy Hutt Council, Gardulla was the original owner of Shmi and Anakin Skywalker, but lost them betting with the junk dealer Watto. She watched her former slave’s victory in the Boonta Eve Classic alongside Jabba. Years later, Gardulla and the Council hired Cad Bane to free Ziro the Hutt from a Republic prison, fearing the traitorous Hutt would spill their secrets. When Ziro escaped from Gardulla’s palace on Nal Hutta, she hired Bane to track him down. databank Garel Garel Garel is a planet not far from Lothal, and was the site of a deal for T-7 ion disruptor rifles between the Empire’s Minister Maketh Tua and Amda Wabo. databank Garindan Garindan A long-snooted Kubaz, Garindan made a living ferreting out information in Mos Eisley and selling it to the highest bidder. After the Empire hired Garindan and other spies to search for a pair of missing droids, the Kubaz discovered a duo that fit the Imperial description. He followed Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi to Docking Bay 94 for their rendezvous with Han Solo, then summoned Imperial troops to apprehend them. databank Garma Garma With piercing yellow eyes and a kindly demeanor, life on the Colossus may be a struggle for Garma, but she’s always ready when opportunity presents itself, whether slyly offering a pilot a place to stay, pleading for a free bowl of puffer pig bacon, or happily getting her hands on lost loot in the midst of a pirate raid. databank Garnac Garnac The ferocious leader of a lodge of Trandhoshan hunters, Garnac savored the thrill of stalking prey through the underbrush of Wasskah. He proudly watched as his son, Dar, took up the hunt, but had not counted on the resilience of their Padawan quarry. databank Garven Dreis Garven Dreis A native of the planet Virujansi, Garven “Dave” Dreis flew in the Battle of Yavin as Red Leader. After witnessing the death of his friend Pops Krail and the pilots of Gold Squadron at the hands of Darth Vader, Dreis began his own run at the Death Star’s thermal exhaust port, with Luke Skywalker keeping another group of Red Squadron pilots back in case the attempt failed. Dreis survived long enough to fire his proton torpedoes at the battle station’s exhaust port, but his shot impacted on the surface instead of entering the port. Vader then gunned Red Leader down. databank Gasgano Gasgano A slight, spindly, six-limbed alien, Gasgano was a thrill-seeker uniquely suited to the extreme sport of Podracing. Gasgano was very competitive, and sought to beat racers Anakin Skywalker and Sebulba during the Boonta Eve Podrace. He piloted a green Ord Pedrovia Podracer in the competition. databank Gauntlet Fighter Gauntlet Fighter Part of Pre Vizsla’s arsenal were Gauntlet starfighters — sleek combat ships that also served as troop transports. A Gauntlet has a sleek primary hull flanked by large pivoting wings that contain the ship’s drives. The wings are on a collared mount, which can rotate independently from the hull, offering the ship remarkable maneuverability for a ship of its size. Within the hull is a drop-seat bay where 24 armored Death Watch troopers can egress via jetpack as the Gauntlet provides air support. The ship is armed with two forward laser cannons, and a pair of rearward facing cannons that flank its boarding tube. databank General Draven General Draven A veteran of the Clone Wars, Davits Draven represents Alliance Intelligence on the rebel council. With the Alliance too ill-equipped to oppose the Empire directly, Draven and his operatives work in the shadows, waging war through sabotage, infiltration and assassination. Draven makes no apology for his methods, regarding them as necessary responses to the Empire’s power and cruelty. databank General Dustil Forell General Dustil Forell Dustil Forell is in charge of Support Services for Alliance High Command. It’s a thankless task, as the Massassi base has less than a dozen medium freighters and a converted light freighter for transporting materials and personnel. This complement is inadequate, and Forell knows an evacuation would strain these meager resources to the breaking point. databank General Engell General Engell An admirer of Kylo Ren’s, Amret Engell has assumed responsibility for stormtrooper training after the death of Captain Phasma. She sees each new world liberated by the First Order as a source of valuable children to be trained as soldiers for Ren’s regime. databank General Grievous General Grievous General Grievous was a brilliant Separatist military strategist and a feared Jedi hunter, known for his ruthlessness and hacking cough. His body itself was a weapon, allowing him lightning quick strikes and devastating blows. But he was also quick to run from a fight, a tactic that worked until one final meeting with Obi-Wan Kenobi. databank General Grievous’ Speeder General Grievous’ Speeder General Grievous believed the personal conveyance of a battlefield commander should instantly demonstrate his authority and lethality. The dim-witted droids under his command had no programming to respond to such inspiration, so Grievous’ displays of power were firmly rooted in his own vanity. His combat speeder is a slim vehicle that nonetheless boasts power in the form of its massive turbine engine. It elevates Grievous above the fray so those beneath him need to crane their necks to observe the warrior. Bulkier than a STAP, this chariot consists of a simple column that steers the directional vanes. A pair of laser cannons extends from the base of the column, and the platform itself includes recessed rocket launchers on its forward edge. databank General Grievous’ TSMEU-6 Wheel Bike General Grievous’ TSMEU-6 Wheel Bike Lightning-quick, the TSMEU-6 wheel bike was General Grievous’ vehicle of choice during the Separatist invasion of Utapau. As its name implied, the wheel bike featured a large wheel which would spin and give the transport its fast movement and maneuverability. The TSMEU-6 was a single-passenger vehicle, with one seat next to its wheel, and could reach speeds of up to 330 kilometers per hour when rolling, and 10 kilometers per hour when running on its retractable legs. It also had significant firepower, with a powerful double laser cannon. Despite this functionality, Grievous’ wheel bike would be destroyed during a failed attempt to flee from Obi-Wan Kenobi in one of the last battles of the Clone Wars. databank General Hux General Hux Young and ruthless, General Hux is a believer in technology, and eagerly awaits the day when the First Order’s innovations will help bring down the remnants of the New Republic and the Resistance – a victory he believes will also lead to his ruling the galaxy. His increasingly poisonous rivalry with Kylo Ren causes him to take a desperate gamble. databank General Kalani General Kalani Early in the Clone Wars, the Separatist droid army was often led into war by analytically minded tactical droids. Before long, the Republic was able to outmaneuver the tactical droids by exploiting their reliance on precise calculation and lack of imagination when dealing with the unexpected. Furthermore, the droids were spindly mechanics whose heads could be yanked off and scoured for vital combat data. Super tactical droids, like General Kalani, were an improvement over the standard tactical droid. Kalani’s advanced processors and robust frame made him a threat to be reckoned with. databank General Madine General Madine General Madine specialized in covert actions for the Rebel Alliance, waging war in secret against Imperial troops and the Emperor’s own shadowy agents. His plans culminated with the operation to destroy the shield generator on the Forest Moon of Endor. databank General Merrick General Merrick Antoc Merrick commands Yavin 4’s starfighters before the Battle of the Death Star, flying as Blue Leader. He joined the Rebellion from the Rarefied Air Cavalry of Virujansi, where he served alongside his friend Garven Dreis, later Red Leader. Merrick knows unit cohesion and cooperation are vital for the Starfighter Corps, and cares deeply for the pilots under his command databank General Parnadee General Parnadee The First Order’s senior ground commander, Bellava Parnadee is focused on worlds resisting occupation by the regime, a duty that often takes her far from her regular post aboard the Steadfast. A member of the Supreme Council, she is careful to stay on the right side of mercurial Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank General Pitt Onoran General Pitt Onoran Pitt Onoran is in charge of Yavin 4’s Special Forces division, including the legendary Pathfinders for whom no Alliance mission is too tough or demanding. A Republic veteran, he brings valuable logistics experience to Alliance High Command. databank General Pong Krell General Pong Krell This Besalisk Jedi is all about getting results and, indeed, his battlefield record lists many key victories in the Clone Wars. He has an unshakable confidence in his methods, and he will brook no insubordination among his charges. In personal combat, he can be ferocious — his giant arms carry two double-ended lightsabers, making him extremely dangerous in close quarters. Pong Krell’s reputation as a successful general is well known but so is the fact that the casualty rates of the clone troopers under his command are the highest. databank General Pryde General Pryde A veteran of the Imperial military, Allegiant General Pryde serves the First Order as part of a second wave of leadership kept in reserve by Supreme Leader Snoke during the unveiling of Starkiller Base. After Snoke’s death, Pryde serves the new Supreme Leader Kylo Ren in a position of privilege and power. databank General Quinn General Quinn Domaric Quinn has ascended the First Order ranks to become an important commander and earn a seat on Kylo Ren’s Supreme Council. A former Imperial officer, he loathes the mysticism of the Force and is suspicious of the First Order’s new Sith allies on Exegol. When Ren tires of Quinn’s caustic questions, Quinn learns the perils of crossing the Supreme Leader. databank General Rieekan General Rieekan A battle-weary veteran of the Clone Wars, Carlist Rieekan served the Alliance in its struggle against the Empire, commanding rebel forces on Hoth. Rieekan was a native of Alderaan, and the destruction of his homeworld haunted him. After Han Solo and Chewbacca discovered an Imperial probe droid on Hoth, Rieekan ordered an immediate evacuation of Echo Base. The decision wasn’t popular – rebel personnel had barely completed the grueling work of establishing the base — but Rieekan’s caution prevented the Battle of Hoth from being a total rout, and so helped save the Alliance. databank General Tagge General Tagge Born into wealth and privilege on Tepasi, General Cassio Tagge served as chief of military operations aboard the first Death Star, though he disdained the battle station as “Tarkin’s Folly.” Unlike his rival Admiral Motti, Tagge took the threat posed by the Rebel Alliance seriously. Tagge was not aboard the Death Star when it exploded over Yavin; acknowledging that Tagge had been correct about the rebel threat, the Emperor promoted him to Grand General and placed him in charge of the Imperial military. databank General Tandin General Tandin The leader of the royal guard and native military forces of Onderon, General Tandin was a proud patriot devoted to protecting the crown and the sanctity of the Onderonian people. When the planet sided with the Separatists during the Clone Wars, Tandin supported the new king, Sanjay Rash, despite his misgivings of offworld interlopers interfering in Onderonian affairs. The people of Onderon, though, began to reject Rash’s rule, and an insurgency began targeting the battle droid forces stationed on the planet. Tandin had difficulty waging war against his own people, and cared little for the military support and tactical advice offered by the emotionless droids sent by the Confederacy to reinforce his defenses. databank General Tarpals General Tarpals The gravelly-voiced patrol chief of Otoh Gunga, Tarpals has endured many a headache caused by the antics of Jar Jar Binks. Tarpals kept an eye on the bumbling outcast, making sure the youngster didn’t re-enter Gungan society. During the Trade Federation occupation of Naboo, Tarpals was part of the Gungan Grand Army that fought against the battle droid invaders. Ironically, Tarpals served under Binks, who had unexpectedly received the rank of general by Boss Nass himself. Tarpals stayed close to Binks, trying to keep his commanding officer out of trouble. By the time of the Clone Wars, Tarpals was promoted to general, and served as leader of the Gungan Grand Army. databank General Veers General Veers A cool and efficient officer, General Veers led the Imperial assault on Hoth, marching his AT-AT walkers across the planet’s frozen plains and destroying the massive generators powering the Rebel base’s protective energy shield. databank Geonosian Geonosian Geonosians are insect-like beings, complete with wings, nesting in colonies, who conspired with the Separatists to develop plans for the first Death Star. databank Geonosian Fighter Geonosian Fighter These nimble, needle-nosed fighters were in use by the Geonosians through the Clone Wars in defense of their droid foundries. They worked as well in atmosphere as they did in space and offered 360-degree fields of view for the pilots who were situated in the flight on the top of the ship. In between the “needle-noses” was a laser cannon capable of firing purple laser bursts in a variety of angles. databank Geonosian Sonic Blaster Geonosian Sonic Blaster Geonosians were gifted engineers, and that cultural trait extended to weaponry. The Geonosian sonic blaster was a powerful rifle-style blaster, but fired rings of energy. Depending on the setting, the blast could stun or kill. databank Geonosis Geonosis A harsh rocky world less than a parsec away from Tatooine, Geonosis is a ringed planet beyond the borders of the Galactic Republic. Its uninviting surface is made up of harsh, rocky desert, and the creatures that evolved on Geonosis are well equipped to survive in the brutal environment. The most advanced lifeform are the Geonosians, sentient insectoids that inhabit towering spire-hives. The Geonosians maintain large factories for the production of droids and weapons for the Separatist cause in the Clone Wars. After the Clone Wars, the Empire chose Geonosis as the construction site of the first Death Star, restricting travel to the system and sterilizing the planet’s surface. databank Geonosis Droid Factory Geonosis Droid Factory The hives of Geonosis were riddled with underground caverns, some of which had been converted to massive automated factories that turned out battle droids, weapons, vehicles and other products for Count Dooku’s Separatists. Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala found themselves trapped in a Geonosian factory when their mission to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi went awry. The Jedi and the senator had to battle Geonosian drones and avoid the assembly line’s deadly stampers, cutters and crucibles. Quick thinking by R2-D2 saved Padmé from a fatal dip in molten alloy, but Anakin’s saber was destroyed, leaving him defenseless against Jango Fett. Meanwhile, an industrial accident caused C-3PO to lose his head. databank GH-7 Analysis Droid GH-7 Analysis Droid These hovering blue and silver medical droids were trained to diagnose physical ailments in patients. One of these droids worked on Polis Massa Station and treated Padme after her bout with Darth Vader. Since her ailments were metaphysical or possibly influenced by the will of the force, he was unable to save her. databank Gha Nachkt Gha Nachkt Gha Nachkt was an out-of-shape Trandoshan male who operated as a salvage ship captain during the Clone Wars era. He was hovering around the Bothawui in his salvage freighter Vulture’s Claw when a battle between the Republic and Separatist Alliance occurred, which allowed him to capture Artoo-Detoo. During that battle, some of the debris he picked up included the remains of Anakin Skywalker’s Jedi Starfighter and his droid, R2-D2. Knowing the astromech droid would be full of useful intelligence for the Separatists, he arranged to sell the droid to General Grievous. After performing an autopsy on the droid and finding far more secret Republic information than he expected, he tried extorting the droid general for more money. databank Gian Speeder Gian Speeder The Gian speeder is a repulsorlift vehicle used by Naboo’s volunteer security force for crowd control and urban defense. It is a heavier design than the sleek Flash speeder. The open-air canopy seats four soldiers. Flanking the sides of the craft are standard laser cannons. Modified models come equipped with a hood-mounted laser cannon capable of penetrating the armor of a Trade Federation battle tank. databank Givin Givin A sentient species from the Inner Rim world of Yag’Dhul, Givins’ white, skeletal-looking faces and seemingly anguished expressions are unsettling to humans. Givins have an innate mathematical ability which makes them experts in a number of scientific fields. A Givin was in the crowd of barflies at the Mos Eisley cantina when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi met Han Solo and Chewbacca; later, Skywalker pursued a dangerous mission to free the Givin cryptographer Drusil Bephorin so she could lend her skills to the Alliance. databank Glaucus Glaucus A combination of small hands and other oversized features put Glaucus at a disadvantage at the sabacc table. As such, he prefers to be a spectator rather than run the risk of his opponents getting a glimpse at the reflection of his cards in his incredibly large eyeball. Some call him “Big Guy,” others “Big Eye.” Fortunately for those he encounters, he has yet to notice the difference. databank Glem Glem Glem, a gravel-voiced Rodian scavenger working on the Colossus platform, will trade and barter for better shifts on the dock and choice debris scrounged from the depths of the surrounding waters. But when the First Order comes looking for a pirate spy, he shows no loyalty to Synara — or anyone but himself. databank GLIE-44 blaster pistol GLIE-44 blaster pistol A compact blaster pistol that still packs a punch, the GLIE-44 has become a favorite of Resistance pilots and leaders in need of a reliable sidearm in their struggle against the First Order. databank GNK Droid GNK Droid Little more than walking batteries, GNK power droids trundle along as directed by their owners or their programming, recharging vehicles and machinery. They are often called “Gonk” droids in imitation of their simple vocalizations. There are many different models of power droid, most of them similar in appearance and habits as the well-known GNK. Power droids are common sights throughout the galaxy and little noticed despite their critical importance to both military and civilian life. databank Goazon Badlands Goazon Badlands A region of broken land and low hills on Jakku, the Goazon Badlands lies between Niima Outpost to the east and Kelvin Ravine to the west, and is bounded to the north and south by the Sinking Fields and Carbon Ridge, respectively. A trail known as the Pilgrim’s Road leads across the badlands. The Goazon is a harsh, forbidding place, with little vegetation or water. The scavenger Rey lived in a toppled AT-AT in the Goazon, not far from the Graveyard of Ships. databank Gobi Glie Gobi Glie Gobi Glie was a male Twi’lek from Ryloth with a bluish-purple complexion. During the era of The Clone Wars he worked with Cham Syndulla with the Twi’lek Resistance that fought against the Separatist Alliance. He survived those conflicts long enough to join Syndulla’s Free Ryloth movement that resisted the Galactic Empire during the dark times. databank Gooti Terez Gooti Terez A purple-hued Theelin, Gooti Terez was a spirited rebel. She served on the self-proclaimed Iron Squadron, alongside her friends Mart Mattin and Jonner Jin. Together, they fearlessly engaged Imperials, proving to be capable fighters. databank Gorg Gorg Tiny creatures considered a delicacy on many planets, the bug-eyed gorgs that are native to Castilon have small, sharp teeth and are regarded as the “womp rats of the sea.” databank Gorga the Hutt Gorga the Hutt One of the ruling members of the Hutt Council, Gorga the Hutt kept his sharp eye and pudgy fingers on the flow of credits into Hutt coffers. Knowing full well the scheming nature that the Hutts take deep pride in, Gorga ably accounted for skimming and outright theft while ensuring the criminal enterprise remained healthy enough to thrive. He would regularly meet with his fellow Hutt councilors in the halls of the Grand Hutt Council on Nal Hutta, where his voice was given equal measure, though it was not as weighty as that of the mighty Jabba. databank Gorgara the Chirodactyl Gorgara the Chirodactyl Local legends tell of a fearsome winged beast that scours the deepest crags for prey, latches onto its target with a fierce grip, and soars to dizzying heights on powerful wings. This apex predator is known as Gorgara “the winged daemon of the canyon,” and she will deceive her prey before attacking. databank Gork Gork The muscle in Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, Gork is a fierce Gamorrean who doesn’t take kindly to people getting in his way, disrupting his sleep, or spilling their drinks on him. databank Goss Toowers Goss Toowers Goss Toowers, a member of the Shozer species, is one of the hard-working technicians who keep the Resistance base on D’Qar running. Toowers and his fellow ground crew members handle everything from monitoring the arrival and departure of ships to maintaining the Resistance’s X-wing squadrons – often the only line of defense for worlds targeted by the First Order. databank Gotal Gotal Horned sentients with furred faces, Gotals were native to Antar IV but lived on many planets in the galaxy, from Coruscant to Tatooine and Lothal. Their conical horns were sensitive to electromagnetic fields, and the presence of droids could give them fierce headaches. Members of this species included Salikk, Spots Podal and Yoffar. databank Governor Pryce Governor Pryce Arihnda Pryce was governor of the Lothal Sector, a confident leader, and believer in the Empire. While Lothal was under control, Pryce still wanted to eradicate the rebel threat. To do so, she asked for the Empire’s seventh fleet, citing the need for a commander who “sees a bigger picture.” databank Governor Roshti Governor Roshti An elder Togruta, Roshti governed the artisan colony of Kiros during the Clone Wars. A quiet and reserved man, Roshti only wanted peace for himself and his fellow Togruta. He tried to remain apart from the Clone Wars, taking no stance in the battle between Republic and Separatist forces. But when Count Dooku arrived on the planet, forcing his brand of “protection” onto Kiros, Roshti was compelled to obey. Dooku offered the Togruta sanctuary — but an alliance with the Zygerrians meant that the entire colony of 50,000 Togruta were transported to the deplorable mining installation on Kadavo, a grueling facility fueled by the toil of slaves. databank Governor Torul Blom Governor Torul Blom Torul Blom was the governor of Pau City on Utapau. During Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker’s investigation of the city, Blom tells the Jedi that their presence has upset the citizens of his city and claims there is no Separatist presence on the planet. databank Gozzo Gozzo The long-limbed, feather-breasted Gozzos are a proud species, working together in family flocks to mine what’s left of their planet’s natural resources. They are known to be territorial and unfailingingly loyal. databank GR-75 Medium Transport GR-75 Medium Transport A military version of a civilian transport, the GR-75 proved critical to the rebel retreat from Hoth, as starfighters protected personnel and equipment evacuating aboard these minimally armed craft. The GR-75’s clamshell-like outer hull offers protection for its interior, which can be filled with cargo pods. databank Gran Gran Gran are tan colored humanoids with pronounced snouts and a trio of eye-stalks. They also have small antennae-like nubs on the tops of their head and thick, bulky hands. Hailing from Malastare, Gran found life easy in all classes of citizenship, with some flourishing in the criminal classes on Tatooine (like Ree Yees), others found fame as middle-class podracer pilots (like Mawhonic), and others found prestige in the upper-classes in the Galactic Senate (like Ask Aak.) databank Grand Admiral Thrawn Grand Admiral Thrawn When Governor Pryce of Lothal wanted a stronger commander to dismantle the rebellion, the Empire answered with Grand Admiral Thrawn. Thrawn was a male Chiss, with striking blue skin, red eyes, and an angular face, known for his brilliant strategic mind and ruthlessness. He was determined to “pull the rebels apart piece by piece.” databank Grand Moff Tarkin Grand Moff Tarkin An ambitious, ruthless proponent of military power, Wilhuff Tarkin became a favorite of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine and rose rapidly through the Imperial ranks. Shortly after the Empire’s creation, he was put in charge of the construction of the Death Star. Tarkin saw the Death Star as a way to crush all dissent to the Empire’s rule — fear of the station’s planet-killing superlaser would keep the galaxy’s star systems in line. He demonstrated the station’s power by destroying Alderaan, but died soon afterwards when the Death Star itself was destroyed. databank grapple gun grapple gun Val is athletic and unafraid of heights, using her grapple gun – a modified net-thrower originally used for hunting – to let her cross gaps. The gun fires a rocket piton attached to a spool of compressed syntherope housed in a top-mounted reel assembly. This customized gun’s range exceeds 600 meters. databank Gravity lock Gravity lock Developed by the Empire, a gravity lock uses tractor beam technology that prevents a starship from taking off. The hovering devices clamp down onto a ship’s landing gear, are near-impossible to destroy, and cannot be forcibly removed; they can only be dismantled, which would require knowledge of their inner workings. databank Greeata Greeata Greeata joined the Max Rebo Band as a backup singer and dancer for some of the ensemble’s gigs, including their performance at Jabba’s palace. Her orange hair and ample jewelry ensured she got noticed even by listeners lacking musical taste. databank Greedo Greedo Greedo was a Rodian bounty hunter with a tapir-like snout, bulbous eyes, pea-green skin, and a crest of spines atop his skull. He was overzealous and a bit slow on the take, not to mention a pretty poor shot with a blaster. Though he fancied himself a big time bounty hunter in the employ of no less an underworld figure than Jabba the Hutt, in truth, no one took him too seriously. databank Greef Karga Greef Karga As an agent of the Bounty Hunters Guild, Greef Karga secures bounty hunters in pursuit of valuable and rare quarries in the galaxy. databank Green Ace Green Ace Hype Fazon’s racer is a perfect match for his own pomposity: an over-the-top ship plastered with the names and logos of his many high-end sponsors. Beyond its extravagance, the racer boasts wings that can shift angles for maximum maneuverability while speeding through turns. databank Greez Greez The captain of the Stinger Mantis, the four-armed Latero Greez Dritus is an adept pilot who works for Cere Junda. Known for his gruff nature and curmudgeonly demeanor, Cere is the only person in the galaxy who Greez appears to hold in high esteem. databank Gregor Gregor An elite clone commando thought lost at the grueling Battle of Sarrish, CC-5576-39 survived a shuttle crash that left him stranded on the distant world of Abafar, stripped of memory and identity. He was found and rehabilitated by Mr. Borkus, and unscrupulous diner owner from the dusty town of Pons Ora. When the Republic agents of D-Squad discovered Gregor, they rekindled his memories of duty, service, and honor, and the commando reclaimed his armor and fought to a spectacular finish to ensure D-Squad carried out its crucial mission. databank Grevel Grevel A regular patron at Aunt Z’s Tavern, Grevel is up for the challenge of a friendly and profitable game of holo-darts, but not above cheating to ensure his wager is sound. databank Griff Halloran Griff Halloran One of the Aces that flies defense for the Colossus platform, Griff Halloran flies an extensively modified TIE-based racer that emphasizes raw power. No one is quite certain whether or not Griff is a veteran of the Imperial Navy, or whether he just flies old Imperial colors to intimidate his opponents. databank gription boots gription boots Range troopers assigned to conveyex security duty on Vandor wear heavy-duty magnetized gription boots. These boots allow them to inspect the train while it races along the track, making twists and turns to avoid obstacles. Interface controls for the boots are typically located on the trooper’s vambrace armor plate. databank Gron Gron Gron was a proud Lasat and survivor of the Empire’s purge of his homeworld. He served under Zeb in the Honor Guard, but came to reject violence in the wake of his people’s battles with the Imperials. Gron, along with Chava the Wise, were rescued from Imperial custody by the Ghost crew. Along with Zeb, the three Lasat completed an ancient ritual that led to Lirasan, the original homeworld of their people, and a place they could start anew. databank Grummgar Grummgar A hulking Dowutin, Grummgar was at Maz Kanata’s castle when Han Solo, Finn and Rey visited. Sitting beside the bounty hunter and First Order spy Bazine Netal, Grummgar was given a wide berth by the castle’s other guests. He makes his credits as a mercenary and big-game hunter, with his kills including the molsume, a predator native to Ithor. databank Guavian Death Gang Guavian Death Gang Known for its distinctive red-armored foot soldiers, the Guavian Death Gang is a criminal organization driven out of the Core Worlds by unrest in the galactic underworld. Guavian Death Gang soldiers undergo cybernetic augmentation, with a mechanical reservoir and pump injecting chemicals into their bloodstreams to enhance speed and aggression. They are silent in battle, communicating via high-frequency datastreams. Han Solo ran afoul of the Guavians for failing to repay their 50,000-credit loan. databank Guavian Death Gang ships Guavian Death Gang ships As sleek and menacing as the blank masks worn by the members of the Guavian Death Gang, the collective’s scout ships and fighters may be painted a bright red but they can still adeptly hide in the safety of an asteroid field, lurking in the shadows to survey oncoming threats. Then, long before they’re spotted, their swarm of ships can launch a fierce attack against a much larger opponent. databank Guild Slave Master Proach Guild Slave Master Proach Proach, a ruthless Trandoshan, oversees slaves working in the Mining Guild’s ore crawlers on Lothal. Wielding an electro-whip, he is an imposing presence and deadly warrior. databank Gundark Gundark Even the most backwater and uneducated pilots in the galaxy have heard of the legendary Gundarks, massive predatory creatures from the Vanqor system. Jedi Knights Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi had multiple run ins with the aggressive creatures during their time as partners, both prior to the Clone War and during. databank Gungan Gungan The Gungans are the native inhabitants of the planet Naboo, an amphibious species with hardy lungs capable of holding breath for extended periods. Their skeletal structure is extremely flexible, as it is made of cartilaginous material rather than hard bone. The long Gungan face has a tough yet flexible bill for burrowing and rooting out food. They have long muscular tongues with which they scoop mollusks and lesser amphibians from the Naboo swamps. While most spacefarers would dismiss Gungans as primitives, they have developed an advanced technology. databank Gungan Bongo Submarine Gungan Bongo Submarine Though the Gungans are naturally powerful swimmers, they do rely on submersible vehicles to travel the depths of Naboo’s waters. One of their most striking technological achievements is the Gungan bongo submarine. Sporting the distinctive organic lines of Gungan technology, the bongo’s manta-shaped hull is organically grown through secret Gungan techniques. Hydrostatic bubble shields keep the cockpit and cargo areas dry and filled with air. A semi-rigid assembly of tentacle-like fins spins to provide the bongo with thrust. From a distance, the bongo resembles an exotic Naboo squid or similar creature of the deep. databank Gungan Grand Army Gungan Grand Army In contrast to the peaceful human colonists of Naboo, the native Gungans are a proud warrior species. The amphibians have long maintained a huge standing army — the Gungan Grand Army — as one of their proudest traditions. The Gungans prefer technology that is harmonious with the ecology of their world. Their weaponry is no different. The Gungan Grand Army uses domesticated animals for transport — Gungan scouts ride swift-footed kaadu into combat, while hardy falumpasets and fambaas haul heavy weapons and shield generators into place. databank Gungan Personal Energy Shield Gungan Personal Energy Shield Protective shields featuring a screen of energy that could be turned on or off. Deflects blaster fire and can protect against solid weaponry. databank Gungi Gungi A rare example of a Wookiee in the Jedi Order, Gungi had a lively, inquisitive face whose wide smile was punctuated with a snaggletooth emerging from his lower jaw. Like many Wookiees, Gungi was temperamental and expressive — and controlling his patience proved to be a real challenge. When Gungi was a Jedi youngling during the time of the Clone Wars, he needed to learn to slow down his impulsive ways in order to pass the ancient rite of passage ritual known as The Gathering. databank Gwarm Gwarm A leathery-faced Weequay pirate with a scratchy voice and a mask of yellowed skin around his eyes, Gwarm served as a loyal lieutenant to the charismatic pirate chieftain Hondo Ohnaka during the Clone Wars. Like a true bully, Gwarm delighted in victimizing the weak who could not defend themselves — like the nysillim spice farmers of Felucia or Jedi younglings on a training mission. databank Gwellis Bagnoro Gwellis Bagnoro An Onodone with a mysterious past, Gwellis Bagnoro was an expert forger with a specialty in travel documents – which made him much in demand at Maz’s castle. He was rarely spotted without Izby, a pet barghest that defended him from harm. databank GX-8 Condenser Unit GX-8 Condenser Unit Lah’mu has abundant water, but tephra ejected by the planet’s volcanoes contains minerals that make its groundwater unpleasant to drink. The Erso homestead uses GX-8 condenser units manufactured by Pretormin Environmental to distill water vapor from the air and store it for later use. databank GX1 Short Hauler GX1 Short Hauler The GX1 short hauler was a shuttle, ferrying commuters from one location to another. Piloted by an RX-series droid, It was commandeered by Sabine and Ezra of the Ghost crew while they looked to escape both Imperials and a bounty hunter. Eventually, with the Empire closing in, they abandoned ship and set the GX1 to explode, damaging an Imperial Light Cruiser’s reactor. The droid pilot, newly reactivated, was a casualty of the battle. databank H-type Nubian yacht H-type Nubian yacht The H-Type Nubian yacht was a sleek luxury yacht and what it lacked in weapons it made up for in style and a strong deflector shield. The signature silver finish is a mark that the ship belongs to a former member of Naboo’s monarchy. Padme Amidala used a ship like this after her J-Type diplomatic barge was destroyed in an assassins attack. It was an H-Type that whisked Padme and Anakin Skywalker from Naboo to Tatooine, and then to Geonosis where the Clone Wars would begin. databank Hailfire Droid Hailfire Droid Bristling with missiles, these droid tanks raced into battle on giant hoop-like wheels. Originally constructed by the InterGalactic Banking Clan to collect debts, they served the Separatists as fast-attack vehicles, using their missiles to strike distant targets. databank Halle Burtoni Halle Burtoni The strong-willed female Kaminoan Senator is well-respected in both the Galactic Senate and in her own world of Kamino which is known for its production of the clone troopers. The aged Kaminoan bartered her clone production efforts into a seat in the Senate, and she longed for nothing more than to see Padme’s peace-promoting efforts fail. Senator Burtoni’s aggressive and intrusive behavior made her not only an intimidating character, but often a suspect in criminal and unethical activities to further her political career. databank Hallion Nark Hallion Nark A nervous Neimoidian who brings his shuttle into Yeager’s garage on the Colossus for repairs. Hallion escapes the platform before a dreaded “triple dark” storm and an ensuing pirate attack, confirming Kaz Xiono’s suspicions that he knows more than he’s letting on. databank Hamato Xiono Hamato Xiono A senator from Hosnian Prime, Hamato Xiono is among the New Republic’s most elite politicians. Although he must often use his standing to help his son, Kazuda, when the boy is recruited by the Resistance he rejects his father’s help to take on the burden for himself. After the destruction of Hosnian Prime, Hamato reaches out to his son with a special coded message to tell him that the family has survived, but warns Kaz that he has been identified by the First Order as a spy, putting everyone he knows in danger. databank Hammerhead Corvette Hammerhead Corvette Receiving its name thanks to a time-honored design that stretches back centuries, the Hammerhead Corvette is a powerful transport. While not flashy, this starship has a strong body, forceful engines, and heavy weaponry; Princess Leia Organa once delivered a trio of Hammerhead Corvettes to the Phoenix Squadron rebels on Lothal, adding some much-needed craft to the rebel fleet. Indeed, they were the key to the Alliance’s victory at the Battle of Scarif, as a Hammerhead Corvette was used to drive a Star Destroyer into Scarif’s shield generator. This allowed rebels on the surface to successfully beam the Death Star plans back to the Rebellion. databank Han Solo Han Solo Han Solo rose from an impoverished childhood on the mean streets of Corellia to become one of the heroes of the Rebel Alliance. As captain of the Millennium Falcon, Han and his co-pilot Chewbacca came to believe in the cause of galactic freedom, joining Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa in the fight against the Empire. After the Battle of Endor, Han faced difficult times in a chaotic galaxy, leading to a shattering confrontation with his estranged son Ben. databank Han Solo’s dice Han Solo’s dice This pair of aurodium-plated chance cubes dates back to Han Solo’s youth on Corellia, when they adorned the windshield of a landspeeder he obtained under questionable conditions. After winning the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian, Han hung the dice in the freighter’s cockpit. They were a favorite childhood plaything of Ben Solo, later Kylo Ren. databank Han Solo’s landspeeder Han Solo’s landspeeder Han Solo acquired an overpowered Mobquet M-68 landspeeder under circumstances he doesn’t care to explain. The M-68 is a favorite of Corellian speeder enthusiasts, as its repulsorlift generator is easily modified and overcharged. Han has decorated the speeder’s windshield with a lucky charm – a pair of chance cubes used in sabacc games. databank Happabore Happabore Strong, patient quadrupeds with oversized snouts and tiny eyes, happabores are found on several worlds in the galaxy. Their thick skins allow them to resist heat, and their bodies reportedly contain reservoirs where they store water. Happabores are slow but hardy, and will trudge along obediently all day carrying cargo and riders. Finn happens upon a Happabore while desperately searching for water in Niima Outpost on Jakku. databank Havoc Outpost Havoc Outpost Havoc Outpost was a rebel rendezvous point. Sabine of the Ghost crew was tasked with delivering a GNK power droid, custodian of secret information, to Havoc Outpost. There, she found R2-D2 waiting, ready to bring the intel to Senator Organa. databank Hay-Zu Hay-Zu The ruler of the Patitites, the Big Hay-Zu did not let his diminutive size contain his ego or sense of entitlement. Indeed, the portly Patitite was a giant among his kind, ruling with the tiniest iron fist. The Patitites did his every bidding, and should a trespasser wander into Patitite territories, watchful scouts like Jimba and Tagoo would lead a hunting party to subdue the interloper. R2-D2 and C-3PO were trussed up and dragged before the Big Hay-Zu during the Clone Wars, leading to a first contact experience that would flatten the hierarchy of power in Patitite society. databank Hera Syndulla Hera Syndulla The captain and heart of the Ghost crew, Hera Syndulla was a gifted pilot and leader. While Hera was a strong commander — and especially adept at dogfighting with TIE fighters — she was also warm and nurturing. The Twi’lek could bring out the best in her team, which consisted of very different personalities, making them believe in themselves, each other, and their struggle against the Empire. databank Hermi Odle Hermi Odle A burly thug with a shady past, Hermi Odle was one of Jabba the Hutt’s resident gangsters on Tatooine. Wise members of the Hutt’s court knew Odle was far more dangerous than his stooped posture, shuffling gait and drooping lip suggested. databank Hermione Bagwa Hermione Bagwa Hermione Bagwa was a waitress at Dex’s Diner in the Coco Town section of Coruscant, serving a never-ending parade of clients that included speeder drivers, maintenance techs, ambassadors and Senate aides — and sometimes even a Jedi Knight or two. databank HH-87 Starhopper HH-87 Starhopper Mostly used by the Hutt families and other nefarious types, the HH-87 Starhopper is a versatile, long range single-person starfighter perfect for hunting down wayward debtors. The vessel’s strong prow and visible armor plate are indicative of aggressive attributes admired by the Hutts. The Starhopper’s outer stabilizer wings fold up vertically for compact landings, and its wing mounts feature a pair of double laser cannons. The Hutts used Starhoppers to patrol the skies of Nal Hutta. databank Holographic Disguise Matrix Holographic Disguise Matrix Developed by the technical genius Sinrich, the holographic disguise matrix is an experimental example of advanced holography. Contained within a small, palm-sized emitter, the disguise matrix — also known as the shadow hologram — cloaks a user in an exacting, true-color holographic shell. Disparities between subject build and height are compensated for by advanced sensors that holographically “paint in” any differences. Combined with vocal emulators and other sensor-baffling gear, the shadow hologram emitter is the ideal infiltration tool — or would be, if its shortcomings in power supply and image consistency could be smoothed out. databank HoloNet News HoloNet News HoloNet News was the official state-sanctioned news agency of the Empire, with anchor Alton Kastle delivering broadcasts on key issues and occurrences of the day. Briefs were sent via hyperspace transmission that allowed instantaneous connection throughout the galaxy. The HoloNet News was taken over by the Republic during the Clone Wars to ensure that information was not compromised by enemy forces, and became the mouthpiece of the Empire. The Ministry of Information’s Pollux Hax oversaw the agency, ensuring that stories were consistent with government messaging. databank Holy City of Jedha Holy City of Jedha Also known as NiJedha or simply Jedha City, the fabled Holy City of Jedha continues to attract pilgrims from numerous faiths despite a brutal Imperial occupation. Saw Gerrera’s partisans have fought back against the Empire, turning the city’s ancient streets into a war zone. But pilgrims keep coming despite the danger, hungering for answers to spiritual questions… databank Home One Home One The headquarters frigate of the Rebel Alliance fleet, Home One began its existence as a civilian exploration vessel and was retrofitted for military service, up-armored with heavy hull plating, triple-strength shields and extensive offensive weapons. Home One served as Admiral Ackbar’s flagship at the Battle of Endor, withstanding attacks from swarms of Imperial starfighters and witnessing the destruction of the second Death Star. databank Homing Beacon Homing Beacon Homing beacons are sophisticated yet compact devices that transmit a hyperwave signal which can be detected thousands of light-years away. Knowing that the Resistance will soon be on the move, Leia Organa gives Rey a cloaked transmitter bracelet, keeping its mate on her own wrist. This will allow Rey to locate the Resistance fleet once she finds Luke Skywalker. databank Homing Spider Droid Homing Spider Droid Homing spider droids’ long mechanical legs and dish-shaped laser cannons gave them an imposing mix of speed and destructive power, which they used to devastating effect against Republic ground forces during the Battle of Geonosis. databank Hondo Ohnaka Hondo Ohnaka A tough, pragmatic Weequay, Hondo Ohnaka led a notorious Outer Rim pirate gang from his headquarters on Florrum. A former colleague of Jango Fett and a former lover of Aurra Sing, Ohnaka won fame during the Clone Wars when he kidnapped Count Dooku, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker and tried to ransom all three for a big payout. Since that incident, Ohnaka continues to serve himself, not being above robbing, blinding, or betraying his friends and foes. Decades later, he started Ohnaka Transport Solutions on Black Spire Outpost to run contraband throughout the galaxy. Chewbacca has reluctantly partnered with the charming pirate to fund refurbishment of the Millennium Falcon. databank Horizon Base Horizon Base Horizon Base was an Imperial outpost that was both a shipping port and fueling station. The Ghost crew, in need of fuel, pulled off a daring heist at Horizon Base; the rebel astromech, Chopper, accidentally left there, eventually stole an Imperial cargo ship from the site. In the process, he recruited the inventory droid AP-5 to join the cause of the rebellion. databank Hosnian Prime Hosnian Prime The capital of the New Republic, Hosnian Prime is a cosmopolitan world on the outskirts of the galaxy’s Core Worlds region. One of Mon Mothma’s reforms in establishing the New Republic was that member worlds would host the Senate on a rotating basis, a sharp break from the millennia in which Coruscant was the center of galactic power. But Hosnian Prime’s tenure as Senate seat makes it the target of a terrifying attack by the First Order. databank Hoth Hoth Hoth is the sixth planet in the remote system of the same name, and was the site of the Rebel Alliance’s Echo Base. It is a world of snow and ice, surrounded by numerous moons, and home to deadly creatures like the wampa. databank Hound’s Tooth Hound’s Tooth The personal ship of Bossk, the Hound’s Tooth was a perfect fit for the Trandoshan hunter: imposing, deadly, and reliable. The bridge sits high atop an elongated, rectangular hull, giving Bossk a commanding view of landing fields or spacebound prey. The vessel’s engines, power core and weapon systems take up the lower decks. databank Hugh Sion Hugh Sion A former pilot in the New Republic navy, Hugh Sion and Kazuda Xiono flew together until Kaz was thought lost in a battle with a red TIE fighter operated by Major Baron Vonreg. Like Kazuda, Hugh eventually found his way into the Resistance where the two old squadron mates were reunited once more. databank Hunter Hunter A Republic sergeant with shaggy hair and a distinct tattoo that makes half his face resemble a skull, Hunter is the leader of Clone Force 99, also known as the Bad Batch. Compared to the other members of the elite group of clone soldiers, Hunter’s appearance is quite close to the other clone troopers. But as part of a team that is the result of genetic experimentation, Hunter’s combat prowess and heightened senses make him more effective on the battlefield than most. databank Hurid-327 Hurid-327 A red-plated load-lifter droid with oddly jovial programming, HURID-327 spent time at Maz’s castle on Takodana, crossing paths with Han Solo, Rey and Finn on their way into the ancient edifice. The towering droid communicates via a binary acoustic signaler. databank Hutt Hutt Hutts are large, slug-like creatures known to be gangsters. They control Tatooine and are involved in organized crime throughout the galaxy. databank Hutt Clan Hutt Clan The Hutt Clan was one of the most powerful crime families in the galaxy, making riches through smuggling and myriad illegal businesses across worlds. They were governed by the Hutt Grand Council, a committee of elder Hutts that would advise on strategy and make decisions on inter-family disputes. Among the most notorious — and feared — Hutts was Jabba, a ruthless gangster whose influence reached much further than his home base of Tatooine. databank Hydroid Medusa Hydroid Medusa Beautiful and dangerous at the same time, the Hydroid Medusa is a cybernetically enhanced biological weapon developed by the Karkarodons of Karkaris. These immense jellyfish incorporate armor and powerplants that turn them into near-unstoppable engines of underwater destruction. Separatist landing ships airdropped many Hydroid Medusas into the Mon Cala oceans during the Clone Wars, giving the Separatists the advantage in the civil war that erupted on the water world. databank Hyena Bomber Droid Hyena Bomber Droid Hyena droids are automated starfighters equipped for heavy ordnance bombing runs. Based on the slimmer vulture droid design, hyena bombers have a wider, sturdier hull with larger wings to offer greater stability during flight. The droid’s central processor unit is contained in its starboard hull unit, from which glows a pair of red photoreceptors. The port hull unit houses the droid’s ordnance bay, and has a downward-facing photoreceptor for pinpoint accuracy when dropping bombs. Like the vulture droid, the hyena bomber can reconfigure its shape to adopt a ground-walking mode. databank Hype Fazon Hype Fazon The top racer of the Aces that defend the Colossus platform, Hype Fazon lives up to his flashy name with his exceptional piloting skills. Hype relishes being the center of attention, as it fuels his bravado and enormous ego. databank Hyperdrive Hyperdrive Hyperdrives allow starships to travel faster than the speed of light, crossing space through the alternate dimension of hyperspace. Large objects in normal space cast “mass shadows” in hyperspace, so hyperspace jumps must be precisely calculated to avoid collisions. databank Ibaar Ibaar Ibaar was devasted when the Empire cut off all food and ration imports to the planet. It was only through the intervention of the rebellion and the Ghost crew — along with the experimental new B-wing starfighter — that food was finally delivered to Ibaar’s starving populace. databank ID9 Seeker Droid ID9 Seeker Droid They may have been small in size, but ID9 seeker droids were dangerous and deadly when used for nefarious purposes. Resembling probe droids, ID9 seekers had a half-hemisphere dome with a threatening red eye. They could hover and crawl on their pincers, imitate other droids, and were outfitted with electro-shock prods that could incapacitate mechanical beings and harm organic lifeforms. The Seventh Sister, one of the Empire’s Inquisitors, employed a small army of ID9s in her efforts to capture rebels and Jedi. databank Iego Iego World on the fringes of the known galaxy, surrounded by a thousand moons. Lovely creatures referred to as “Angels” are known to inhabit the moons. databank IG-11 IG-11 One of a series of dangerous assassin droids largely outlawed in the galaxy, IG-11 is a hired gun programmed to follow Bounty Hunters Guild protocols to the letter. Reliable and durable, IG-11’s thin body is built on an armored substrate that can withstand repeated assaults. It is against his programming to be captured, and he has built-in last-ditch fail-safes to prevent that from ever happening. databank IG-88 IG-88 Many people in the galaxy fear droids, what with the memories of the Clone Wars still fresh in their minds. Far more terrifying than battle droids were assassin droids, independently programmed mechanical killers that had no masters. IG-88 is a battered chrome war droid who has become a bounty hunter, and answered Darth Vader’s call to capture the Millennium Falcon during the events surrounding the Battle of Hoth. databank IG-RM Thug Droids IG-RM Thug Droids IG-RM thug droids proved popular with gangsters, including Lothal’s Cikatro Vizago, as they were commonly used as enforcers. The intimidating robotic beings used BlasTech DLT-18 laser rifles, and were developed by Holowan Laboratories — the manufacturer responsible for IG-86 sentinel droids and General Grievous’ dreaded IG-100 MagnaGuards. databank Ilco Munica Ilco Munica An Abednedo adherent of the once-banned Church of the Force, Ilco Munica dwelled in Tuanul on Jakku alongside fellow members of his faith. When the First Order attacked the village, Ilco fought back with his blaster rifle, but could offer little resistance to professional soldiers. databank Ilum Ilum The most sacred world to the Jedi Order, the ancient planet Ilum is forever encased in ice, and whipped by biting winds. Hidden beneath the frozen surface is a Jedi Temple from the very dawn of the Order. It is here, within the legendary Crystal Caves, that Jedi initiates must undergo The Gathering. The rite of passage, handed down over centuries, requires Jedi younglings to trust their instincts, overcome inner obstacles, and find the unique Ilum crystal that is attuned to their Force presence. Upon retrieving the crystal, a Jedi initiate begins the process of constructing his or her lightsaber, under the guidance of Professor Huyang. databank Ima-Gun Di Ima-Gun Di Jedi Master Ima-Gun Di was a Nikto who participated in the Clone Wars with the rank of General. He served with honor on Ryloth, giving his own life to help Cham Syndulla and the Twi’lek Resistance stand against the Separatist occupation. He wielded his blue lightsaber until the very end… databank Imperial Academy Imperial Academy The Imperial Academy on Lothal was a high-tech, heavily fortified training facility designed to shape cadets into ruthless stormtroopers. Inside the Imperial Academy was the Well: a difficult, programmable obstacle course that tested the intelligence and strength of the cadets. Commandant Aresko and Taskmaster Grint served as the academy’s unforgiving instructors, driving trainees to win at all costs. databank Imperial Cargo Ship Imperial Cargo Ship Enormous craft, Imperial cargo ships were designed to haul large numbers of crates and containers from port to port. They required the presence of an inventory droid to track and monitor all cargo. During one notable instance, the rebel astromech Chopper stowed away on an Imperial cargo ship, eventually joining forces with inventory droid AP-5 to steal the vessel. databank Imperial combat assault tank commanders Imperial combat assault tank commanders Perched in the command seat of the thickly armored Imperial combat assault tank with a view of the surrounding area, the tank commander barks out orders to the combat drivers within to steer the vehicle into battle. The commander stays in contact with his crew and with headquarters to keep updated on changing combat conditions. databank Imperial combat assault tank pilots Imperial combat assault tank pilots Imperial combat drivers operate the Empire’s arsenal of armored repulsor vehicles, from troop transports to heavily armored hovertanks. Combat drivers are lightly armored, relying instead on the thick skin of their vehicles to protect them in battle. databank Imperial Combat Drivers Imperial Combat Drivers Imperial combat drivers were the Empire’s elite ground-vehicle pilots. Stationed on worlds such as Lothal, Imperial combat drivers manned everything from speeder bikes to AT-DP walkers. They were also imposing figures, with large helmets, masks, and armor, and proved to be formidable in their battles against rebels and insurgents. databank Imperial Construction Module Imperial Construction Module Imperial construction modules were large-scale space bases used during building projects. They housed all materials, plans, and data related to development. An Imperial construction module orbiting Geonosis was discovered by the rebels, and the Ghost crew went on mission to investigate. This module, however, while once active, was nothing more than a backdrop for an Imperial trap. databank Imperial Death Troopers Imperial Death Troopers The elite soldiers of Imperial Intelligence, death troopers are encased in specialized stormtrooper armor with a dark, ominous gleam. These soldiers serve as bodyguards and enforcers for Director Krennic, a highly placed officer within the Advanced Weapons Research division of the Empire. databank Imperial Gozanti-Class Cruiser Imperial Gozanti-Class Cruiser Used extensively by the Empire, the Imperial Gozanti-Class Cruiser could transport TIEs and troops across the galaxy. Manufactured by the Corellian Engineering Corporation, it featured heavier shields, faster engines, and upgraded weaponry than normal Gozanti cruisers. databank Imperial ground crew Imperial ground crew Imperial installations, whether space-bound or ground-based, buzz with activity and vehicular traffic. Skilled ground crews sort through this would-be chaos and see to the smooth operation of Imperial craft through regular maintenance. databank Imperial Interdictor Imperial Interdictor A massive and experimental craft, the Imperial Interdictor was equipped with a gravity well. It could pull other ships out of hyperspace, making it a dangerous tool for the Empire. One of its first catches was a rebel ship carrying Commander Sato and Ezra Bridger, and Admiral Brom Titus of the Interdictor quickly placed them under arrest. When Rex, Kanan, and Chopper came to rescue them, the rebels would turn out to be more than Titus bargained for. Chopper rigged the gravity weapon to malfunction; when the rebels escaped and the Interdictor tried to draw them in, it also pulled in other large Imperial ships. The Interdictor was destroyed, and the rebels returned home. databank Imperial Light Cruiser Imperial Light Cruiser An Arquitens-class light cruiser, the Imperial light cruiser was a double threat, both powerful and fast. It was equipped with multiple quad laser turrets and double-barreled turbolaser batteries, as well as concussion missile launchers, while quicker and more maneuverable than a Star Destroyer. After the destruction of the Lothal communications tower, a light cruiser was used to capture and relay information from surface courier droids brought aboard. databank Imperial listener ship Imperial listener ship An Imperial listener ship, technically known as an IGV-55 surveillance vessel, is one of the Empire’s tools for surveillance, intel, and recon. Utilized by the Imperial Intelligence, these ships monitor communications and scan data, looking for signs of rebel acts and sedition. databank Imperial medics Imperial medics Imperial medics tend to soldiers on the battlefield and behind the front lines, with their duties encompassing everything from triage to preventive medicine. Medics benefit from the assistance of droids as well as the latest Imperial technology, utilizing equipment such as pain-relieving gas and antiseptic field projectors. The Empire interprets the galaxy’s ancient medical oaths as only applying to one’s own species, and allows its medics to bear arms in combat. databank Imperial Mobile Surgical Unit Imperial Mobile Surgical Unit Imperial Mobile Surgical Units, or IMSUs, are the latest incarnation of prefabricated medcenters used during the Clone Wars. These collapsible shelters serve as a combination of doctor’s office and operating room for Imperial medics and droids. On Mimban, maladies include dehydration, microbial infections and “trench foot,” as well as the usual perils of battle. databank Imperial patrol speeder Imperial patrol speeder Aratech C-PH patrol speeder bikes are used by the Empire to police shipyards and other industrial facilities of value to the Imperial war machine. For maneuverability, these craft use a bank of forward-facing repulsorfield vector guides rather than the outrigger vanes featured on smaller speeder bikes. A positive traction field helps secure the driver during tight turns. databank Imperial Pilots Imperial Pilots Imperial pilots relied on lightning-quick reflexes and fearlessness to survive tours of duty against the Empire’s enemies, as TIE fighters were lightly armored and lacked shields. Only the very best pilots earned their wings as fighter aces. databank Imperial Planetary Occupation Facility (I.P.O.F.) Imperial Planetary Occupation Facility (I.P.O.F.) Essentially a ready-made headquarters, an Imperial Planetary Occupation Facility is delivered to worlds under fresh occupation by the Empire. While it is mobile, an I.P.O.F. rarely, if ever, moves after deposit. databank Imperial Probe Droid Imperial Probe Droid Specially designed for deep space exploration and reconnaissance, probe droids are employed in science and military applications. Tenacious hunters and searchers, probe droids (or probots) have a variety of sensors, and the ones employed by the Empire are armed with powerful blasters and, in some models, shields. Upon arrival at their target location, they gather information. If confronted after their main mission has been completed these droids can self-destruct. Imperial probes are vaguely arachnid in shape, with a dark metal finish, bulbous sensor “eyes” and spindly manipulator arms. databank Imperial Royal Guard Imperial Royal Guard Resplendent in crimson robes and armor, the Imperial Royal Guard protected the Emperor. Secrecy shrouded the Guard, with rumors abounding about the sentinels’ backgrounds and combat capabilities. databank Imperial Security Bureau Imperial Security Bureau The Imperial Security Bureau was a secret task force active after the formation of the Empire. The group, led by officers like Agent Kallus, investigated and looked to squash any rebel activities found throughout the galaxy. The ISB took special interest in a small band of Lothal thieves, whose attacks on Imperial outposts marked the signs of rebellion. databank Imperial Sentinel-Class Shuttle Imperial Sentinel-Class Shuttle Designed by Sienar Fleet Systems, the Sentinel-class shuttle was a larger-scale troop transport used by the Empire. Much like its cousin, the Lambda-class shuttle, these vehicles featured three wings in a triangular layout: a stationary center foil and two articulated flanking wings. Imperials used the shuttle for missions that spanned the galaxy, from a search for droids on Tatooine to conflicts with the Lothal rebels. databank Imperial sentry droid Imperial sentry droid Towering, quiet, and deadly, Imperial sentry droids were effective killing machines for the Empire. With glowing red eyes and an otherwise lifeless face, they were intimidating, but still vulnerable to blaster fire. databank Imperial Shuttle Imperial Shuttle An elegant example that stands apart from typical brutish Imperial engineering, the Lambda-class shuttle is a multi-purpose transport used in the Imperial starfleet. The Empire pressed the shuttle into service for both cargo ferrying and passenger duty. Even the Empire’s elite, like Darth Vader and the Emperor Palpatine used these shuttles. It has three wings: a stationary center foil and two articulated flanking wings. When in flight, the side wings fold out for greater stabilization. When landing, the wings fold in, shrinking the vessel’s silhouette.The well-armed vessel has two forward-facing double laser cannons, two wing-mounted double cannons, and a rear-facing double laser cannon. It is equipped with a hyperdrive. databank Imperial Star Destroyer Imperial Star Destroyer The wedge-shaped Imperial Star Destroyer is a capital ship bristling with weapons emplacements. Turbolasers and tractor beam projectors dot its surface. Its belly hangar bay can launch TIE fighters, boarding craft, land assault units, hyperspace probes, or be used to hold captured craft. In the days of the Empire, its bustling bridge would be staffed by the finest crewers in the Imperial starfleet. Its presence in a system mark matters of extreme Imperial import. Though, as is typical of the Empire, not even the Star Destroyer was enough to sate the Imperial hunger for displays of power. Larger vessels, such as the Super Star Destroyer, dwarf even these giants. databank Imperial Super Commandos Imperial Super Commandos Mandalorian warriors loyal to the Empire, Imperial Super Commandos were deadly and efficient enforcers. Led by Gar Saxon, the Imperial Super Commandos’ armor was a distinctive and streamlined white, and their masterful combat abilities were eclipsed only by their ruthlessness. Under orders of the Empire, they destroyed the Protectors of Concord Dawn with no mercy, and sought to do the same to their missing leader Fenn Rau and any rebel opposition. databank Imperial Troop Transport (ITT) Imperial Troop Transport (ITT) The Imperial Troop Transport was used to move the Empire’s soldiers from location to location, or to forcibly relocate prisoners on occupied worlds such as Lothal. It was developed by Ubrikkian Industries, and while not designed for combat, the vehicle was still an intimidating threat, featuring two forward laser guns, one dorsal twin laser turret, and sturdy armor. databank Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracer Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracer Developed by Sienar Fleet Systems for the Empire, the Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracer was made specifically to track ships through hyperspace to destination. It was housed in a missle-like shell, allowing the XX-23 S-Thread to be fired at craft from long distances or during chases. The Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced fighter was outfitted with the technology, which he used to tag the Ghost starship. databank Inferno Squad Inferno Squad A special forces unit within the Empire, Inferno Squad was formed by Admiral Garrick Versio following the destruction of the Death Star at Yavin 4. Led by Iden Versio, Inferno Squad exists to protect the Empire from similar catastrophes, to protect and bury its secrets, and eliminate threats to the safety of its citizens. Masters of infiltration, extraction, and combat in any environment, Inferno Squad is revered by those in the Empire who know their name, and feared by the few enemies its commandos has allowed to escape. databank Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins took his talents to Maz’s castle on Takodana, playing his hypolliope horn cluster as part of a quartet. A poet and painter herself, Maz offered board to traveling musicians in return for entertaining her guests. databank Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced Prototype Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced Prototype Tasked personally by Darth Vader with a mission to destroy all children of the Force, the Inquisitor was given access to the Empire’s latest technologies. The Inquisitor’s TIE Advanced prototype was superior to typical TIE fighters, featuring faster engines, S-foils with more efficient solar gather panels, upgraded laser cannons, and a projectile launcher that fired Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracers. databank Inspector Jen June Inspector Jen June The police inspector of Pau City, primary spaceport on Utapau, Inspector Jen June greets Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker upon their arrival on the planet while investigating the disappearance of Jedi Master Tu-Anh. She escorts the Jedi to the body of Master Tu-Anh and later reveals the presence of Amani on the planet. databank Instructor Goran Instructor Goran Instructor Goran was the overseer of Skystrike Academy, an elite Imperial Academy for TIE pilots. He was unforgiving with his students, but also blind as to what was truly going on under his watch; it took a surprise visit from Governor Pryce and Agent Kallus to root out an undercover rebel and three defectors, which was a great embarrassment for Goran. databank InterGalactic Banking Clan InterGalactic Banking Clan The InterGalactic Banking Clan was one of the galaxy’s most important commerce guilds. The Banking Clan secretly allied itself with Count Dooku’s Separatist movement, which it bankrolled during the Clone Wars while continuing to do business with the Republic. Revelations of corruption led to the arrest of the Banking Clan’s ruling Core Five and the appointment of Rush Clovis as the Banking Clan’s new leader. But Clovis was ensnared by a Sith plot, which led to the group’s takeover by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. databank Interrogation Chair Interrogation Chair The enemies of the Empire feared interrogation at the hands of the Imperial Security Bureau and the Inquisitors, and the First Order has continued this brutal tradition, crafting interrogation chairs to restrain captives and inflict pain on them via the chairs’ built-in probes and tools. Interrogators often do their hideous work with the assistance of torture droids. databank Interrogation Droid Interrogation Droid Developed in secret by the Imperial Department of Military Research, interrogator droids are used by the Empire to meticulously exploit a prisoner’s mental and physical weaknesses. The floating, black mechanical menaces inject drugs that lessen pain tolerance and block mental resistance, and use hallucinogens and truth serums to influence victims. Only a select few have proven able to resist its excruciating methods. databank Invisible Hand Invisible Hand General Grievous commanded this powerful flagship when he raided Coruscant and kidnapped Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. As the battle intensified, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi rescued the chancellor from Invisible Hand and killed Count Dooku. Grievous fled and launched Invisible Hand’s escape pods, leaving Palpatine and the Jedi stranded aboard a disintegrating ship. Calling on the Force and his preternatural skill as a pilot, Anakin managed to land the forward section of the ruined warship on Coruscant. databank Ion Blaster Ion Blaster While hunting for salvage, Tatooine’s Jawas carry customized ion blasters built from scavenged parts. The weapons fire blasts of ionized particles, which disrupt droids’ electronic systems, shutting them down. Ion weapons are a long-established galactic technology, and come in a range of sizes and power levels – massive planet-based ion cannons target orbiting warships instead of droids, but work on the same principle. databank Ion Cannon Ion Cannon Ion weapons fire ionized particles that disrupt electronic systems. These weapons range in size from Jawas’ custom ion blasters, used to disable droids, to massive cannons that can turn starships into silent, drifting hulks. During the Clone Wars, the Separatists mounted twin ion cannons on the dreadnought Malevolence, which laid waste to several Republic task forces before her destruction. Years later, the Alliance defended Hoth’s Echo Base with a powerful surface-mounted ion cannon. databank Ion Papanoida Ion Papanoida The son of Pantora’s Chairman Papanoida, Ion had to prove himself after thugs hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped his sisters. He accompanied his father on a dangerous mission into the Outer Rim in search of the missing women. databank ion restraining bolt ion restraining bolt Larger versions of the tools used to restrict droids’ behavior, ion restraining bolts are used to lock down starships so that they can’t lift off – typically in cases where a captain has failed to outrun debts. The Millennium Falcon was locked down with such a device while on Vandor – a detail Lando Calrissian preferred not to share with potential business partners. databank Ione Marcy Ione Marcy Ione’s large eyes and small voice help her maintain her illusion of being an innocent witness to the crimes found in the deeper levels of Coruscant. Few would suspect her as a thief or accomplice to murder. Ione was a partner in crime to the nimble Cassie Cryar. When the two hoods managed to get a hold of a stolen Jedi lightsaber, they desperately tried to avoid the law. databank Ithorians Ithorians Known as “Hammerheads” for their distinctive appearance, Ithorians are native to the planet Ithor but found throughout the galaxy. They have two mouths — one on either side of their necks – and rumbling voices. databank Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt was one of the galaxy’s most powerful gangsters, with far-reaching influence in both politics and the criminal underworld. There were no second chances with Jabba, something Han Solo would find out — though the slug-like alien would ultimately fall victim to his own hubris and vengeful ways. databank Jabba the Hutt’s Palace Jabba the Hutt’s Palace A single, winding dirt-swept road curves up into the crook of a rocky canyon, leading to a lone structure in the desert wastes beyond the Dune Sea of Tatooine. Here stood the palace of Jabba the Hutt, an immense curving building of sandblasted metal and pitted stone. Inside, the dregs of the galaxy congregated to do all manner of illicit business, to curry favor with the grotesque crime lord, or to avoid his fickle wrath. Jabba reclined atop a stone dais within the throne room of his palace, a bustling chamber that overlooked a secret pit that contained his favorite beast, the vicious rancor monster. databank Jablogian Jablogian Jablogians had deep red skin, green eyes, and upturned noses. They boasted four-fingered hands and long pointed ears. They had an almost out of proportion build, with thin legs and arms and massive, overweight torsos. Jablogians were also prone to salivating everywhere. One notable Jablogian was the slaver and trader Azmorigan. databank Jace Rucklin Jace Rucklin An aspiring young racer with piercing green eyes, Jace Rucklin befriends Kaz and seemingly saves his life from a malfunctioning speeder bike. His charisma and carefree attitude, the antithesis of strict Jerek Yeager, make Kaz eager to impress him. But Kaz soon discovers that Rucklin isn’t quite what he seems and ultimately their short-lived friendship ends in a rivalry. databank Jade Squadron Jade Squadron Jade Squadron is among the most versatile Resistance cells. Led by Venisa Doza, the esteemed pilots once sought help among the Aces, including Venisa’s daughter Torra Doza, Kazuda Xiono, and Hype Fazon, to protect shuttles of Resistance recruits. databank Jai Kell Jai Kell Jai Kell is a former Imperial cadet who now works secretly as a rebel on Lothal. He remains loyal to Ezra Bridger, the Padawan who helped him desert from the Empire. databank Jakku Jakku A harsh desert world, Jakku is a lawless place that’s home to thieves, outlaws and refugees. During the final years of the Galactic Civil War, Jakku was the site of a secret Imperial research base and served as a jumping-off point for warships heading into the Unknown Regions. The Empire made a last stand above the frontier planet, leading to a pitched battle between rebel and Imperial fleets. Jakku’s sandy wastes are littered with old wrecks, picked over by desperate scavengers searching for parts that can be salvaged and sold. databank Jakoli Jakoli The jungles of Rodia have fostered the idealization of hunters in Rodian culture. Many unqualified rookies attempt to secure respect and accolades by entering the bounty hunting profession, only to find their lives cut short by underestimated prey. Jakoli avoided such a fate by being as ruthless as possible, and never taking chances by bagging live acquisitions. To Jakoli, there was no “dead or alive” for his targets; only “dead.” databank Jakoosk Jakoosk On a sleepy, uninhabited ice moon, the jakoosk slumbers until visitors happen by to disturb its peaceful existence. Stretching its enormous, snow-encrusted body, it glides out of the fog, a maw full of pointy, uneven yellow teeth snarling at whatever newcomer dares to disturb it, using its small, spindly legs to capture the offender and swiftly put an end to the annoyance. databank Jalath Jalath Jalath is a city on Lothal and home to an Imperial facility, erected after the Empire’s occupation of the planet. The installation is often a target of the Ghost crew of rebels. databank Jalindi Jalindi Jalindi is a world covered in rock, blanketed in thick mist. Navigating the planet surface is difficult, and with its mountain spikes, potentially lethal. Jalindi is the site of an Imperial relay dish that amplifies the Empire’s communications. databank Jalindi Station Jalindi Station Jalindi Station is a massive relay dish developed the Empire. It amplifies and boosts communications, allowing the Empire to disseminate information and monitor transmissions on a grand scale. databank Jan Dodonna Jan Dodonna General Jan Dodonna serves as the military leader of the rebel base on Yavin 4. His calm demeanor hides an incisive, strategic mind that serves the Rebellion well. databank Jango Fett Jango Fett In the final years of the Republic, Jango Fett was regarded as the best bounty hunter in the galaxy. A proficient marksman and unarmed combatant, Fett was covered in a sleek armored suit that concealed his scarred face. His combat gear featured an arsenal of weaponry, including retractable wrist blades, a snare, dual blaster pistols and other more exotic tools of the trade. In combat, Jango used his harnessed jetpack to gain the advantage of speed and height over his enemies. The backpack also carried a nasty surprise — an explosive rocket could be launched from it. For interstellar travel, Jango traveled aboard his well-worn starship, Slave I. databank Jannah Jannah From an oceanic moon, Jannah leads a band of warriors, ready to charge against the forces of the First Order. databank Jannah’s bow Jannah’s bow After Company 77 found a home on Kef Bir, Jannah created a powered bow from stripped down blaster-rifle components and handcrafted elements, such as a carefully smoothed and finished driftwood riser. This weapon has field projectors that increase the distance, speed and accuracy of her shots. She has crafted similar bows for other members of her company. databank Janus Greejatus Janus Greejatus Greejatus was a gaunt human in flowing robes and garish hat who served as one of Emperor Palpatine’s closest advisors. He served in Imperial Ruling Council and accompanied the Emperor to the second Death Star as it hovered over the forest moon of Endor. With the destruction of the Death Star, one might assume Greejatus was killed, but his ultimate fate was unknown. databank Jar Jar Binks Jar Jar Binks A clumsy, well-meaning Gungan outcast on Naboo, Jar Jar Binks struggled to prove his worth throughout his life. Putting his awkward past behind him, Jar Jar left the swamps of Naboo to enter the even murkier waters of Coruscant politics, becoming a representative for his people in the galactic capital. There, his best intentions and eagerness to serve were exploited by scheming Senators and others in positions of power. databank Jarek Yeager Jarek Yeager Jarek Yeager runs a repair shop on the Colossus refueling station, enjoying the solitude of being far from the central systems of the galaxy. He is quiet, hardworking, and wise, having experienced much in his lifetime. databank Jashco Phurus Jashco Phurus Notable for wearing the red robes of a Tricorraan raider, Jashco Phurus was a notorious pirate who prowled the Arrowhead region near Coruscant. Like many a spacefaring buccaneer, he regarded Maz’s castle as a safe haven and source of valuable intelligence. databank Jawa Jawa Jawas are meter-tall humanoids completely hidden behind rough, hand-woven robes. Their faces are concealed within the dark folds of a cowl, from which peer their sickly glowing yellow eyes. They comb the deserts of Tatooine in search of discarded scrap and wayward mechanicals. Using their cobbled-together weaponry, they can incapacitate droids and drag them to their treaded fortress-homes, immense sand-scarred vehicles known as sandcrawlers. They sell their hastily refurbished junk to moisture farmers who are hard-pressed to find a better selection elsewhere. databank Jay Igno Jay Igno Jay Igno, a male Nimbanel from parts unknown, made a living as an air taxi driver on Coruscant during the Clone Wars era and he saw plenty of strange stuff. Once, a Clone got into his cab and told him a real crazy conspiracy story. databank Jaybo Hood Jaybo Hood The young boy Jaybo Hood tinkered with battle droids to create an army of servants while living captive on the planet Iego during the Clone Wars. With his technical expertise, Jaybo helped Jedi Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi leave Iego without injury. databank Jaycris Tubbs Jaycris Tubbs Tubbs flies an X-wing as part of the Resistance bombers’ fighter escort above D’Qar — a dangerous mission requiring pilots to stick close to the bombers and endure deadly fire from First Order TIEs. Tubbs and his fellow pilots will need all of their skill and a little luck to survive. databank Jedha Jedha A small desert moon frosted by a permanent winter, Jedha is home to one of the first civilizations to explore the nature of the Force. At one time a world important to the Jedi Order, Jedha serves as a holy site for pilgrims from across the galaxy who seek spiritual guidance. Now, the Empire occupies Jedha, and a prolonged battle between Imperial forces and scattered Rebels carries on in the timeworn streets. databank Jedi Breathing Device Jedi Breathing Device A small breather that fits snugly into a Jedi Knight’s utility belt, the A99 aquata breather is a compact mouthpiece designed to supply its wearer with a breathable gas. The A99 has advanced filters to allow it to function underwater, in a vacuum, and in certain poisonous environments. The A99 has a number of variants to accommodate a variety of alien physiologies. The A99’s miniature compressed air tanks can supply two hours of oxygen. databank Jedi Holocron Jedi Holocron Holocrons are ancient repositories of knowledge and wisdom that can only be accessed by those skilled in the Force. Jedi use them to record and preserve their teachings, creating a record for future generations seeking to understand the mysteries of the Force. During the time of the Republic, countless holocrons were stored on Coruscant; after the Jedi purge, however, they became scarce remnants of an era long gone. databank Jedi Mind Trick Jedi Mind Trick The Force can have a powerful effect on the weak-minded, a phenomenon Jedi sometimes take advantage of in pursuing their missions. An experienced Jedi can use the Force to implant a suggestion in the minds of those they encounter, encouraging them to comply with the Jedi’s wishes. databank Jedi Order Jedi Order A noble order of protectors unified by their ability to tap into the power of the Force, the Jedi Order were the guardians of peace and justice in the Galactic Republic. The age of the Jedi would end, however, due to a nefarious plot by the Sith Lord Darth Sidious. databank Jedi T-6 Shuttle Jedi T-6 Shuttle An older design used by the Jedi Knights, the T-6 shuttle was pressed into heavier service by the necessities of the Clone Wars. The half-circle shaped ship has a rotating body, allowing for flexibility of configurations when landing on planetary surfaces or docking with starships and stations. The Jedi primarily used the T-6 as a peacetime conveyance, hence it has no weapons. The ship’s reliable hyperdrive and larger interior space meant that interstellar travel in a T-6 was far more comfortable than in a cramped Jedi starfighter. In case of emergency, the ship’s crew could launch ejection seats that deploy spheroid survival capsules that not only contain vital atmospheric pressure, but also cushion impact. databank Jedi Temple Jedi Temple Instantly recognizable by its distinctive crown of five spires, the Jedi Temple was the home of the Jedi Order on Coruscant. Part school and part monastery, the Jedi Temple was the central hub for all Jedi activities in the galaxy. When Supreme Chancellor Palpatine enacted Order 66, clone troops led by the newly risen Darth Vader attacked the temple, massacring its inhabitants and leaving the structure badly damaged. With the Empire triumphant, the Jedi Temple’s spires still rose into the Coruscant skies. But the building was now the Imperial Palace, home to the Sith Lord who had destroyed the Jedi. databank Jedi Temple Guard Jedi Temple Guard An ancient, honored heritage within the hallowed halls of the Jedi Temple was the role of the Jedi Temple Guard. Reporting to Cin Drallig, head of security, the Temple Guards were anonymous sentinels plucked from the ranks of the Jedi as part of a Knight’s ongoing commitment to the Order. A Jedi Temple Guard would disappear inside the formal robes and identity-concealing masks, the ultimate expression of emotional detachment required in service to a higher calling. Temple Guards carried imposing lightsaber pikes — thick, double-bladed weapons that produced a rare and distinctive yellow blade. databank Jedi texts Jedi texts The fabled founding texts of the Jedi Order were sheltered from Ahch-To’s weather by the huge trunk of a once-mighty uneti tree. This collection of ancient tomes was painstakingly assembled by Luke Skywalker, but became a burden and a torment to him. Luke vowed to burn down the library, but repeatedly found himself unable to do so – until Yoda’s spirit called down lightning to do it for him. Luke didn’t know the library was empty: Rey had already spirited the Jedi texts to safety aboard the Millennium Falcon. She then studied them as part of her own training, learning of techniques such as Force healing and the existence of secret worlds such as Exegol. databank Jedi Youngling Jedi Youngling Prior to being chosen as Padawan Learners, children being trained in the force spent time as Jedi Younglings. They were divided into ten clans of up to twenty younglings and trained in the Jedi arts. One of their rites of passage was “The Gathering,”which was the harvesting of kyber crystals for their lightsabers on the remote world of Ilum. The Jedi Younglings in the Jedi Temple during Order 66 were brutally slain by Darth Vader. databank Jek Porkins Jek Porkins Jek Porkins was a pilot and trader who abandoned his homeworld when the Empire moved in and developed a new military base there. The burly rebel pilot flew an X-wing at the Battle of Yavin under the call sign Red 6. His X-wing developed a mechanical problem early in the battle, leaving him struggling to maneuver. Before Porkins or his astromech could fix the problem, one of the Death Star’s turbolasers zeroed in on the X-wing, incinerating it and killing Porkins instantly. databank Jennica Pierce Jennica Pierce Before the Battle of Yavin, Jennica was a moisture farmer on Tatooine but the Empire’s search for two droids destroyed both her family and her farm. Seeking justice, Jennica joined the Rebel Alliance as a special forces agent serving on Tatooine. With the help of a Jawa associate named Kekit, she has knowledge of threats to the Rebellion on Tatooine, including information about Jabba the Hutt’s operations. As the Galactic Civil War broadens, she is pulled into the conflict. databank Jess Pava Jess Pava A brave young Resistance pilot, Jess, or “Testor” as she is also called, grew up idolizing the legendary pilots of previous generations, such as Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles. Jess gets her own chance at glory when the Resistance attacks Starkiller Base, flying alongside Poe Dameron and Snap Wexley under the call sign Blue Three. databank Jinx Jinx A Twi’lek youngling, Jinx’s optimism was chipped away by the harsh realities of survival in the Wasskah jungle. Gifted in the Force, he longed to return to the Jedi Temple but feared he may be forced to spend the rest of his days outrunning deadly Trandoshan hunters. databank Jira Jira A poor yet jolly woman, the elderly Jira ran a small food stand in the Mos Espa marketplace. Among her wares were tasty fruits called pallies. Young Anakin Skywalker befriended Jira, and searched for a cooling unit that the old woman needed. Jira proclaimed Anakin “the kindest boy in the galaxy.” databank Jiro Jiro A pirate captain, Jiro attempted to salvage a transport that carried the Sith brothers Darth Maul and Savage Opress. Maul throttled Jiro with the Force, and made the attentive pirate an offer: his life spared as well as a trove of riches in exchange for his servitude. Jiro agreed to follow the commands of these new, impressive crime lords and offered to recruit more pirates. When Maul’s bid to conquer Florrum failed, Hondo Ohnaka reminded his former pirates that their new Sith allies had no interest in helping them. Hondo called on all his pirates to pillage the now undefended cargo vessel used by the Sith, earning their loyalty once more by appealing to their boundless greed. databank Jocasta Nu Jocasta Nu The Jedi Archives are the galaxy’s greatest repository of knowledge, and Madame Jocasta Nu is their Chief Librarian. She helps other Jedi find information in the Archive using its data terminals, and she controls access to the restricted contents of its Holocron Vault. Jocasta Nu can sometimes be too confident in thinking that the Archives contain the correct answers to all questions. databank Joh Yowza Joh Yowza A shaggy Yuzzum with a big stage presence and an even bigger voice, Joh Yowza sometimes sang with the Max Rebo Band. Even the most jaded music fans found it hard to ignore the vocal fireworks of his duets with Sy Snootles. databank Johhar Kessen Johhar Kessen Ex-senator Johhar Kessen, hails from the forested planet of Dandoran, in the Doran system. While not having been a very politically impactful planet, it’s hub of gambling and smuggling offered Kessen the unique opportunity of creating a vast network of contacts and influence throughout the galaxy’s seedy underground. Known to be quite over confident and even a bit of a chauvinist in his dealings with his associates, Johhar is often preoccupied with big game hunting. He owns a rifle that he’s named “Karina.” databank Jon “Dutch” Vander Jon “Dutch” Vander Jon Vander, nicknamed “Dutch,” is a former Imperial pilot who defected when he was ordered to bomb rebel-friendly areas of his home planet. As Gold Leader in the rebellion, Vander flies a Y-wing and commands a squadron of gifted pilots. databank Jonner Jin Jonner Jin Jonner Jin was the muscle of Iron Squadron, a trio of young rebels from Mykapo. But Jonner’s heart was his real strength, showing unending loyalty to his friends Mart Mattin and Gooti Terez. databank Joopa Joopa A worm-like beast with a crown of bright red eyes, the joopa makes its home deep below the crust of the planet Seelos. The creature’s absence of teeth allows it to swallow its prey whole, most notably Lasats, a particular favorite meal of the joopa. The clones Rex, Wolffe and Gregor, however, attempted to catch joopas for their own nourishment, using Zeb as their bait. A single joopa could feed the crew for an entire year. databank Joopa Base Joopa Base Clones Wolffe and Gregor named their mobile headquarters — a repurporsed AT-AT — Joopa Base, after the creatures they hunt on the dusty planet Seelos. databank Jumpspeeder Jumpspeeder A different form of speeder bike, jumpspeeders were originally used as emergency transports for the Jedi and military patrols. Upon the end of the Clone Wars, however, jumpspeeders were repurposed for civilian use. Sabine of the Lothal rebels drove an Undicur-class model, manufactured by Kuat Vehicles and foldable, making for easy storage. databank Jumptroopers Jumptroopers An elite squadron within the Imperial ranks, jumptroopers (also known as rocket troopers) were outfitted with jetpacks and utilized in tight spaces. They were trained to act in unison, often swarming and overwhelming their targets. databank Jundland wastes Jundland wastes Not to be traveled lightly, the Jundland Wastes were a rocky region of the desert planet Tatooine. They were the home of many clans of Tusken Raiders. The Jundland Wastes were also the site of the brutal attack on Luke Skywalker and his droids by the Tusken Raiders. Only the intervention of Obi-Wan Kenobi saved the young boy’s life. databank Junker Junker No one is quite sure of the origins of the mysterious natives of Lotho Minor, the Junkers. The planet’s role as a galactic dumping ground has not encouraged any deep exploration of Junker culture or biology, nor has their violent territoriality. They appear to be a strange hybrid of organic life and mechanical debris. The Junkers live off the scrap found on the planet’s surface, augmenting their strange and twisted bodies with cybernetic enhancements. They have lived on Lotho Minor for so long that it is impossible to tell where their bodies end and where the refuse begins. databank Jyn Erso Jyn Erso Putting behind a checkered past by lending her skills to a greater cause, Jyn Erso is impetuous, defiant, and eager to bring the battle to the Empire. Used to operating alone, she finds higher purpose by taking on a desperate mission for the Rebel Alliance. databank Jyn Erso’s BlasTech A-180 Blaster Jyn Erso’s BlasTech A-180 Blaster Jyn Erso has survived by being observant, resourceful and light-fingered. When she learns she’s headed for the war zone of Jedha, she helps herself to a BlasTech A-180 pistol left unattended by one of Massassi base’s rebels – a weapon she’s permitted to keep, to the consternation of K-2SO. databank Jyn’s Kyber Pendant Jyn’s Kyber Pendant As the Ersos fled Coruscant, a small fragment of kyber crystal from Galen’s research caught Lyra’s eye. Hoping it brought good luck, she took it to Lah’mu and made it into a pendant. As the Empire closed in, Lyra gave the pendant to Jyn, reminding her to trust in the Force. Jyn has kept it during her travels as a link to her lost family. databank K-2SO (Kay-Tuesso) K-2SO (Kay-Tuesso) A reprogrammed Imperial security droid now loyal to the Alliance, K-2SO is an alarming sight standing within a secret Rebel base. The pragmatic droid is an effective insertion agent, as he can blend in perfectly at Imperial installations and outposts. databank K0-5D K0-5D K0-5D began as a general purpose ASP droid, but has been extensively modified for gladiatorial combat. Fighting aboard the sparring pits of the Weequay pirate ship Marauder, K0-5D usually emerges triumphant, thanks to its powerful, steel-shredding servos and his integrated flame thrower. For his fighting prowess, the Weequays have taken to calling it “Maximo.” databank Kaadu Kaadu Two-legged wingless avians native to Naboo, kaadu are swift and agile, with sharp hearing and a keen sense of smell. Gungans domesticated kaadu long ago, and had a special bond with their loyal mounts. During the Battle of Naboo, Gungan commanders such as Jar Jar Binks and Tarpals commanded the Gungan cavalry from atop kaadu. databank Kachirho Kachirho This coastal city on the planet Kashyyyk was the site of intense fighting between the Republic forces and Separatists. The Wookiee forces stationed in the city of Kachirho are led by chieftan Tarfull. Its placement on the coast made it different than most other cities on Kashyyyk, making it an optimal landing point for Separatist invaders. databank Kada Jahr Kada Jahr Kada is a young female Devaronian who has worked for Jabba the Hutt in recent years, in charge of “security.” Kada was hired by Jabba because of her extensive network of smugglers and mercenaries in the underground, as well as her reputation as the progeny of a well know and dangerous merc, Arann Jahr. Arann was mysteriously killed during a routine smuggling operation which has propelled Kada’s desire to embed herself in his world. In the relatively few years working as a merc liaison and security expert, Kada’s exemplary work did not go unnoticed by important smugglers throughout the galaxy. Kada is known to come off cold, but is not without humor, which is often relayed sarcastically. She’s shadowy and mysterious, and while appearing to be an unsavory and untrustworthy character on the surface, is in fact, extremely loyal and dependable. databank Kadavo Kadavo A world of stark, jagged terrain, Kadavo is pitted with massive volcanic caldera — most are dormant, but a few are active. Suspended from the rim of a gaping crater was one of the principal Zygerrian labor processing facilities. Capable of holding millions, the giant structure is suspended directly over a seemingly bottomless maw that cut deep into the planet’s crust. The thousands of colonists of Kiros were held prisoner within the facility, toiling over ore processing for the betterment of the Zygerrian Slave Empire. databank Kage Warriors Kage Warriors The crystalline caverns of Quarzite were home to an ongoing conflict between the powerful Belugans and the outnumbered Kage. The Belugans had wealth and technology on their side, but the Kage were a spirited and dedicated people. Their most powerful combatants pushed themselves to the utmost physical excellence, and Kage Warriors were tireless, elite fighters, nimble and stealthy, and effective with the electro sword or unarmed. Riding atop multi-legged milodons, they could keep pace with the subtram transports that supplied Blank’s strongholds, and launch raids that caught the Belugan security forces off-guard. databank Kalifa Kalifa Long stranded on the jungle moon of Wasskah, Kalifa began to waver from the ideals of the Jedi Order. Though still strong in the Force, she became crippled by fear and despair. She tried to remain strong enough to look over her fellow castaways. databank Kalikori Kalikori A Kalikori was a treasured artifact passed down through Twi’lek families. Each parent added to its artwork to include themselves in the family legacy, passing the heirloom down to their children. When the Empire occupied Ryloth, Grand Admiral Thrawn took possession of the Syndulla family’s Kalikori. databank Kallidahin Kallidahin Though they lacked facial mouths and noses, the Kallidahin could still speak and breath. Small and wiry statures and four-fingered hands are characteristic of the Kallidahin. Though they’re mistakenly referred to as Polis Massans, Kallidahins actually hail from the Kallidah system. The confusion stems from the fact that they’ve spent generations on Polis Massa working on an archeological mining project to uncover the mysteries of the cataclysm that turned the planet known as Polis Massa into the shattered asteroid field it became. databank Kalo’ne Kalo’ne A long-lived merchant and treadable driver, Kalo’ne has seen many a Festival of the Ancestors come and go on Pasaana. She makes a living ferrying visitors and locals across Pasaana in her sturdy treadable, which is filled with wares collected during her travels. databank Kamino Kamino Purged from the otherwise complete Jedi Archives is all evidence of the mysterious world of Kamino. A lonely world beyond the Outer Rim and just south of the Rishi Maze, few could have predicted that Kamino would become a key contributor to a massive shift in political power in the final days of the Republic. Kamino is a planet of endless oceans and storms. Few features mark its surface, save for massive stilt-mounted cities wherein reside the planet’s natural inhabitants, the Kaminoans. From Tipoca City, the planet’s Prime Minister rules. Lama Su closely monitored the operations of Kamino’s most prized export: clones. databank Kaminoan Kaminoan Kaminoans are very tall, with long, slender bodies giving them a graceful, gliding walk, and have large black eyes with white pupils. They are known to be expert cloners, and developed the Grand Army of the Republic. databank Kanan Jarrus Kanan Jarrus Not every Jedi perished in Order 66. Kanan Jarrus survived the Emperor’s purge, going underground for years and hiding the truth about who he really was. To keep his past a secret, Kanan carried a blaster — an uncommon practice for a Jedi — and used a lightsaber that had to be assembled. He was a leader among the Ghost crew, a small group of rebels looking to strike back against the Empire, and with the emergence of the Force-sensitive Ezra, once again embraced his identity as a Jedi Knight. databank Kanan’s Lightsaber Kanan’s Lightsaber A survivor of Order 66, Kanan Jarrus hid his Jedi identity from all but those closest to him. Carrying a lightsaber openly would be too dangerous in the age of the Empire, so he kept his Jedi weapon in disparate pieces on his belt. Kanan would assemble his lightsaber, which had a blue plasma blade, only when necessary. databank Kanan’s Speeder Bike Kanan’s Speeder Bike With a green and off-white color scheme, raised handlebars, and a single headlight, Kanan’s Joben T-85 speeder bike was distinctive and unique. The vehicle, designed by the Zebulon Dak Speeder Corporation, was usually stored on the Ghost, and used for supply runs. databank Kanjiklub Kanjiklub An Outer Rim criminal organization, Kanjiklub is a rival of the Guavian Death Gang. But while the Guavians are cold and technologically adept, the Kanjiklubbers are street fighters, brawling with improvised tactics and wielding a hodgepodge of blasters, knives and clubs. The group’s wild style reflects their origins as renegade slaves of the Hutts. Kanjiklub has momentarily put aside its dispute with the Guavians to settle scores with a mutual enemy – the Corellian smuggler Han Solo. databank Karnex Dragon Karnex Dragon According to an old Gozzo legend told to the youngest hatchlings in the flock, on their homeworld of Draghor III a race of ancient and majestic dragons slumber deep underground near the planet’s core. As the story goes, Gozzo miners must avoid allowing greed to take hold inspiring them to drill too close to the dragon’s lair, or risk the consequences of awakening the beast below. But those who have ventured into the deep unknown beneath the surface have returned to tell tales of their own of a beast with piercing red eyes and a gaping mouth of uneven teeth, making the legend more than just a children’s bedtime tale. databank Kashyyyk Kashyyyk Kashyyyk is the Wookiee homeworld, covered in dense forest. While Wookiees build their homes in the planet’s trees, they are not a primitive species, and Kashyyyk architecture incorporates sophisticated technology. One of the last battles of the Clone Wars was fought here under the leadership of Yoda, with Wookiees and clones battling the Separatist droid army — until the Emperor issued Order 66, commanding the clones to slaughter all Jedi. Yoda survived, however, with the help of natives Chewbacca and Tarfful, who used a hidden shuttle to evacuate the Jedi Master from the planet. databank Katooni Katooni A bright-eyed Tholothian girl, Katooni was a Jedi youngling during the time of the Clone Wars. During that conflict, she underwent the ancient Jedi ritual of The Gathering, where she explored the Crystal Cave of Ilum to seek out her lightsaber crystal. Inexperienced and timid, Katooni needed to find confidence in her abilities in order to succeed. databank Katooni (Ship) Katooni (Ship) Hondo’s freighter, the Katooni, is a modified ZH-40 Tribune-class light freighter manufactured by Starfeld Industries. A relative of the older model ZH-25 Questor-class, the ZH-40 Tribune-class is equipped with quad Novaldex JV-74 engines, two paired laser cannons on the starboard size, a fixed heavy laser cannon on the port side, and four fixed laser cannons on the cargo pods (two on each tip) that can be fire-linked to quad-fire. The freighter can be flown by a single pilot, but has recommended crew stations for a total of four. Other features include a Corellian-style turret on its dorsal side, two pod-like arms that contain cargo grippers, and the capability to hold up to 85 metric tons of cargo in the mail hull. Hondo doesn’t talk about where he got the freighter, but on those instances that he does, the story always changes. He does appear to have some fondness for it, some might say sentimentality. databank Kaydel Connix Kaydel Connix A lieutenant at the D’Qar Resistance base, Kaydel Connix coordinated communications during the Starkiller Base raid. She then helped organize the evacuation of D’Qar and served aboard the Raddus. Connix shared Poe Dameron’s misgivings about Vice Admiral Holdo, conspiring with the starfighter ace against their new commander and joining his brief-lived mutiny. She survived the Battle of Crait, escaping with the remnants of the Resistance. databank Kaz’s Lucky Trophy Kaz’s Lucky Trophy Among his meager personal possessions, Kaz carries an aurodium trophy as a lucky charm. The metal is rare and quite valuable, but beyond its material worth, the trophy — a prize from the first race Kaz ever won — serves as reminder of his perseverance in the face of adversity. When necessary, it also makes a fine doorjamb. databank Kaz’s talisman Kaz’s talisman After a pirate puts a curse on his head, the very unlucky Kaz — living up to his nickname Kaztastrophe — seeks the help of Mika Grey. Like his lucky trophy, she gives him a small wooden doll to act as a new talisman against evil and a good luck charm. databank Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono Confident and skilled in the cockpit of a New Republic X-wing fighter, Kaz’s new assignment as a spy for the Resistance leaves him feeling out of his element. Now living on the independent fueling station known as the Colossus, Kaz is doing his best to fit in as a mechanic so he can carry out his mission. databank Kedpin Shoklop Kedpin Shoklop A diminutive Wermal, Kedpin Shoklop – his friends call him Ked – is visiting Canto Bight for a two-week vacation, his reward for being named Vaportech’s Salesbeing of the Year. Ked has seen Canto Bight’s highs and lows, and now seeks to unwind with a soothing massage at Zord’s Spa. databank Keeper Agruss Keeper Agruss A Zygerrian slavemaster who led the slaving operation on Kadavo, Agruss delighted in his superiority over his pathetic charges. Agruss flaunted his power freely, punishing and executing slaves at a whim to ensure no one every questioned his authority. The overweight Zygerrian hovered aloft on a repulsorlift chair, exuding an air of decadence. Agruss particularly delighted in tormenting Obi-Wan Kenobi, the first ever Jedi to be interred at his grueling facility. databank keeradak keeradak With a massive wingspan and piercing red eyes, the keeradaks of Skako Minor have been trained by the Poletecs to be used as soaring transportation high above the barren landscape. The creatures will also respond to the shrill screech of one of their own calling out in distress. databank Keeve Trennis Keeve Trennis Keeve is a young firebrand Jedi, believed to have a great future ahead of her, if only she would believe it herself. Quick-witted and more impulsive than she should be, Keeve has only been a Jedi Knight for a few weeks and is a little starstruck around Avar, knowing many of the great things Kriss has done in the past. She is determined to prove herself to Avar and the other legendary Jedi stationed on Starlight Beacon, but first she must learn to trust in herself as much as she trusts the Force. databank Kef Bir Kef Bir One of nine moons in the Endor system, the oceanic world of Kef Bir remains in the shadow of the famous Forest Moon where the Battle of Endor brought the Empire to its knees. After the explosion of the second Death Star, a massive fragment of the destroyed station was left peeking out from one of Kef Bir’s oceans. databank Kekit Kekit Kekit was the leader of a small Jawa clan being oppressed on Tatooine by a tribe of Tuskens. Jennica Pierce saw an opportunity to form a much needed alliance with the Jawas in order for Rebel forces to better navigate the sandy terrain of Tatooine, so she offered to help in their plight with the Tuskens. Saponza and his partner played an integral part in this campaign, earning Kekit’s respect and a promise of future aid from his clan. databank Kel Kel The only survivors of a First Order raid that wiped out their village on Tehar, Kel and his younger sister, Eila, find themselves on the run on the Colossus platform with a sizable bounty on their heads. Kel is fiercely protective of his sister, especially when she gets injured and needs medicine. But he quickly realizes they can’t escape agents of the First Order without some help. databank Kessel Kessel Kessel is a noxious mining world where workers endure harrowing conditions extracting spice and coaxium for shipment offworld. The Empire sentenced many prisoners to be used as slave labor by the planet’s economic rulers, the criminal Pyke Syndicate. databank Kessel Control Center Kessel Control Center The Pyke Syndicate’s Kessel operations are run from a control center overseen by Quay Tolsite. To save credits, Tolsite has assembled a staff largely of droids, which monitor the miners’ output. Tolsite controls his mechanical charges with restraining bolts. databank Kessel miners Kessel miners The Empire supplies the Pykes with prisoners to work in Kessel’s infamous mines – a penalty that is usually a death sentence given the planet’s harsh conditions and lax safety standards. Kessel miners include political prisoners, petty criminals and unfortunates sold into servitude. Few survive to return to their homeworlds. databank Ketsu Onyo Ketsu Onyo Ketsu Onyo was an old friend of the rebel Sabine, with both attending and escaping the Imperial Academy together. But they eventually took different paths. Ketsu became a bounty hunter, contracting with the Black Sun syndicate. During one job to recover a droid courier, she once again encountered Sabine, who looked to bring the droid to the rebellion. Their meeting was tense, but they put their differences aside to survive an attack from the Empire. In the end, Ketsu rejected an offer to join the rebellion — for the time being. databank Ketsu’s Staff Ketsu’s Staff A versatile weapon, Ketsu’s staff was deceptively deadly. It could act as both a blaster and close-combat tool. Ketsu carried her staff on her back, where she could quickly draw it and strike. While on mission to recover the droid EG-86, the bounty hunter used the weapon to take down a squad of stormtroopers and vault onto a starship. databank Ki-Adi-Mundi Ki-Adi-Mundi Ki-Adi-Mundi was a Cerean alien who sat on the Jedi Council. A humanoid being, Ki’s most distinguishing physical feature was an enlarged conical cranium that contained a binary brain. When Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn reported a Sith attack during the events surrounding the Battle of Naboo, Ki-Adi-Mundi expressed shock at the notion. “Impossible,” he remarked, “the Sith have been extinct for a millennium.” He also failed to see how far Count Dooku had fallen from the Jedi ideals just prior to the Clone Wars, believing that Dooku was incapable of violence or murder. databank Kiera Swan Kiera Swan Pirates and bounty hunters rarely mix well; the former group is devoted to breaking interstellar shipping laws and the latter are licensed to hunt criminals, they often wind up on the opposite ends of intense and destructive blaster-fights. But Kiera Swan was skilled enough to make the transition from notorious Weequay pirate, to legendary bounty hunter. With a price on her head from her ship-raiding past, Kiera tended to accept illegal bounties and avoided working closely with other hunters, since she didn’t trust them. databank Kijimi Kijimi Frigid and mountainous, Kijimi is an inhospitable world where local criminals rule in the place of the New Republic or the First Order. Its remoteness and lack of cosmopolitan culture attract those on the run from the law, but its days as a haven for lawbreakers are numbered. databank Kijimi City Kijimi City Built atop a mountain, Kijimi City is an ancient town that originally sprang up around the monasteries of several religious orders. The monks are long gone, their prayer halls and domiciles taken over by spice runners, thieves, and fugitives. Kijimi City is ruled by an ever-shifting mix of guilds, gangs and clans that seek to maintain power without attracting the wrath of the planet’s First Order occupiers. databank Killun 71 Killun 71 Killun 71 is a moon displaying a green appearance from space due to an omnipresent layer of mist in its atmosphere. Killun 71’s terrain consists of jagged masses that make colonization difficult, though the Imperial Security Bureau has established a base, Killun Station, on one of its rocky protrusions. databank Killun Station Killun Station Built on one of Killun 71’s jagged landmasses, Killun Station is an Imperial Security Bureau outpost housing sensitive data. Security is especially tight at the installation, which includes a stormtrooper presence at all entrances and walkthrough identification scanners. While rarely approached by rebels, undercover droids AP-5 and Chopper recovered secret Lothal orbital clearance codes from Killun Station. databank Kin Robb Kin Robb The honorable Senator Kin Robb served in the Galactic Senate during the Clone Wars. She was present for many important happenings during this era, including the attack by the Zillo Beast, assassination attempts made by Death Watch, and her service as a juror in Ahsoka Tano’s trial for bombing the Jedi Temple. databank Kinash Lock Kinash Lock As the majordomo of King Yaruba of Kessel, Kinash Lock has been tasked with some of the royal trade dealings, including hiring and overseeing new ways of transporting the planet’s valuable spice off-world without attracting the attention of pirates. databank Kindalo Kindalo The creaky-limbed Kindalo are a species that dwell in the underground caverns deep beneath the surface of Aleen. Knowing that the surface world is toxic to those who live below, the tree-like Kindalo carefully guard passage to the underworld. They dwell in a cavern grove illuminated by their own bio-luminescence and the glows of similarly phosphorescent plants that surround them. databank King Katuunko King Katuunko The sovereign ruler of the Toydarians, King Katuunko valued honesty above all else. He was chiefly concerned with protecting his people from the ravages of the Clone Wars, and was hesitant to ally himself to either the Republic or Separatist factions. After Master Yoda impressed Katuunko with a display of Jedi character, Katuunko committed his world to support the Republic. databank King Manchucho King Manchucho The leader of the Aleena, King Manchucho was a fair and intelligent leader. He was gregarious and eager to please, always serving as a welcome host to any off-world guests. Manchucho wanted a peaceful coexistence with the beings that lived beneath the surface of his planet, even though their ways and culture remained alien to him. databank King Ramsis Dendup King Ramsis Dendup As the galaxy began to split with the Separatist crisis that escalated into the Clone Wars, King Ramsis Dendup of Onderon looked on with disapproval and dread. The conflict would spill onto the borders of his home, and he would have to make a choice. But he saw no virtue in either the Republic or the Confederacy, recognizing the corruption that rotted within both governments. Dendup decided that the best course of action for his people would be to remain neutral in the conflict. For this, he was branded an indecisive coward and ousted from the throne by those who saw opportunity for change in power. databank King Sanjay Rash King Sanjay Rash King Ramsis Dendup refused to commit Onderon to the Clone Wars, thinking that neutrality would spare the planet from the violent conflict. Sanjay Rash knew better. To ensure Onderon’s prosperity and strength in the shifting galaxy would require a strong alliance — and that meant striking an accord with the Separatists. Through methods cloaked in intrigue, Rash assumed the crown of Onderon, deposing Dendup and branding him a powerless old crone. Rash then allowed the Separatists to establish a firm foothold, cementing his rule of the planet. databank Kiros Kiros An idyllic world filled with vast green valleys and flowing waterfalls,Kiros was the site of a colony of Togruta artists, led by Governor Roshti. The artisan colony tried to avoid taking sides in the Clone Wars, but Count Dooku arrived on-planet with a droid army, and “insisted” the Togrutas accept his offer of protection. Within ten standard rotations, all 50,000 Togruta colonists had vanished. databank Kit Fisto Kit Fisto Kit Fisto is a striking example of an alien Jedi, a Nautolan with large eyes, and a gathered tangle of flexible tentacle-tresses extending from his head. He is at home in the waters of aquatic planets, like his native Glee Anselm. As a Jedi Master, Fisto has an intense focus, particularly in combat. He is also much more laid back and capable of enjoying a hearty chuckle than some of his humorless colleagues. databank Kitster Kitster Kitster was one of Anakin Skywalker’s friends before the young podracing champ left Tatooine for the life of a Jedi. An optimistic human boy about the same age as Anakin, Kitster was part of Anakin’s pit team in the fateful Boonta Eve Classic race that saw young Skywalker win his freedom. databank Kitwarr Kitwarr Kitwarr was a young Wookiee captured by Imperials and forced to work in the spice mines of Kessel. After a daring rescue by the crew of the Ghost, he and his father, Wulffwarro, were set free. databank Klaatu Klaatu A Kadas’sa’Nikto from Kintan, Klaatu was a henchman of Jabba the Hutt, and spent his time at the Hutt’s palace repairing skiffs, eagerly awaiting executions and amassing ever-larger gambling debts. Klaatu confronted Luke Skywalker during the battle at the Great Pit of Carkoon, but fled after Luke disarmed him with a stroke of his lightsaber. He died when Jabba’s sail barge exploded. databank Klatooinian Klatooinian Klatooinians were sentient humanoids with skin that ranged in color from green to brown. They had imposing brows and toothy overbites that gave them menacing appearances. Their strong builds and resilient features made it easy for them to find work across the galaxy as bounty hunters and hired muscle, though more than one had found themselves sold into slavery for a variety of reasons. databank Klaud Klaud Klaud might have joined the Resistance as a result of mistaken identity, but he is welcomed as an ally by the freedom fighters. databank Klik-Klak Klik-Klak Klik-Klak was the lone Geonosian survivor following the Empire’s eradication of his people. He hid in the Geonosis caves, fearful of outsiders, and used battle droids left over from the Clone Wars as a means of protection. But he wasn’t just protecting himself; Klik-Klak was the keeper of a queen egg, which could be the key to rebuilding his kind. databank Knights of Ren Knights of Ren An enclave of masked warriors wielding distinct weapons for ranged and close­quarter combat, the Knights of Ren are elite, fearsome enforcers of Kylo Ren’s dark will. databank Kod’yok Kod’yok These shaggy, horned quadrupeds roam Vandor’s plains in herds that can stretch to the horizon. Their meat, fur, skins and dung are all essential to life on the frontier world, supplying settlers with clothing, food and fuel. Vandor’s old-timers warn that the herds’ numbers are beginning to dwindle. databank Korkie Kryze Korkie Kryze The nephew of Duchess Satine Kryze, Cadet Korkie attended the Royal Academy of Government on Mandalore, where he was being groomed for leadership. His keen insights and ambitious personality suggested that he would go far. Together with his friends Soniee, Amis, and Lagos, Korkie helped expose corruption in the highest levels of government, and later helped rescue his aunt from wrongful imprisonment during the rise of the Shadow Collective. databank Korr Sella Korr Sella The capable, no-nonsense Korr Sella assisted Leia Organa during her career in the New Republic’s Galactic Senate and remained in her service when Leia left politics to establish the Resistance. Sella served as Leia’s link to the Senate, bringing intelligence to allies and supporters who agreed with her warnings about the First Order. Sella was on Hosnian Prime as Leia’s envoy when the Starkiller superweapon destroyed the system, ending her life. databank Kouhun Kouhun While they originally hail from the jungle planet of Indoumodo, Kouhun’s are adaptable enough to call just about anywhere in the galaxy home. They’re mult-legged arthropods that slink and crawl on just about any surface. Their venom is particularly deadly to humanoid species, which is why Jango Fett gave a pair of them to Zam Wessel in their attempt to assassinate Senator Padme Amidala. databank Kowakian ape Kowakian ape Like the smaller Kowakian monkey-lizards, Kowakian apes have a bony beak and tufts of fur covering parts of their bodies. But unlike the shrill mischief makers kept as small pets, these are hulking creatures capable of exerting brute force to obliterate whatever ends up in their path. databank Kowakian Monkey-Lizard Kowakian Monkey-Lizard These impish creatures hailing from planet Kowak are known for their shrill laughter and sophisticated senses of humor. Kowakian monkey-lizards come in a variety of colors ranging from browns and yellows to reds and blues. They seem to be a favored pet among denizens of the underworld and retain hilarious names like Salacious B. Crumb and Pikk Mukmuk and his funnier brother Pilf. databank Kragan Gorr Kragan Gorr The notorious pirate Kragan Gorr has a reputation for leading ruthless attacks under the cover of environmental threats. In addition to his pirate gang and associates feeding him important tactical intelligence, Kragan is secretly in league with the First Order. databank Krakavora Krakavora Vast webbed wings and a smooth gilled body make the docile krakavora adept at traveling underwater and through the air, the preferred mode of transport among the natives. But a fearsome beast with a hearty appetite, the krakavora will also make quick work of digesting any threatening creature that breaches the planet’s defenses. databank Krennic’s DT-29 Heavy Blaster Pistol Krennic’s DT-29 Heavy Blaster Pistol Orson Krennic believes in leading from the front, and his instinct is to order troops to follow him into danger rather than sending them to do his bidding. The action-oriented weapons director flouts both Imperial regulations and customs by carrying a DT-29 heavy blaster with a custom-fitted macroscope. databank Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle With its starkly geometric hull shape and bat-like wings, the approach of Delta-class T-3c shuttle is an imposing sight. Once it lands and deploys its passengers – the cruel director Krennic and his squad of elite troopers, all sense of dread proves extremely warranted. databank Krismo Sodi Krismo Sodi Krismo was the most skilled and deadly member of the Kage Warriors, serving as their leader at the time of the Clone Wars. From atop a galloping milodon, he led his warriors through the subterranean caverns of Quarzite against the Belugan forces of Lord Otua Blank. databank Krownest Krownest A frigid world of snow and ice, Krownest is home to Clan Wren — Mandalorians under the leadership of Ursa Wren. The Wren stronghold, a stunning complex of steel and glass, blends seamlessly with the snowy landscape. databank Krykna Krykna Larger than fully-grown humans, krykna were giant, spider-like creatures native to the remote world of Atollon. Predominantly white, they had six powerful legs, eyes around their head, and a blaster-resistant hide, making them fierce hunters. They often take their prey into an underground hive, where they cocoon their victims. Krykna attacked the rebels looking to establish a base on Atollon but the creatures were repelled by sensor markers. databank Kubaz Kubaz Kubaz are sentient humanoids, dark in skin color, and with long snouts. Unable to pronounce words in basic, their speech is a unique series of whirring syllables. Originating on planet Kubindi, they were rare sights across the galaxy. During the Galactic Civil War, one Kubaz named Garindan found work as an Imperial informant in Mos Eisley. databank Kuiil Kuiil A vapor farmer on Arvala-7, Kuiil came to seek peace in an out of the way world, which is now being trespassed upon by criminals and mercenaries. He has worked a lifetime to be free of servitude, and offers valuable skills for those willing to meet his price. databank Kuruk Kuruk A gifted sniper, Kuruk is the most solitary of the Knights of Ren, preferring to cover the group’s assaults from a carefully chosen vantage point above the battlefield. He also serves as pilot of the Night Buzzard. databank Kuruk’s blaster rifle Kuruk’s blaster rifle Kuruk’s customized weapon is ideal for sniping, as befits the best marksman of the Knights of Ren. It can also deliver plasma bolts through a pump-action launcher, and has a rapid-fire mode for close-quarters combat. databank Kyber Crystal (Lightsaber Crystal) Kyber Crystal (Lightsaber Crystal) At the heart of every Jedi lightsaber is a kyber crystal found on several planets, most notably the icebound caves of Ilum. This crystal is attuned to the Force, and connected to a Jedi Knight on a deeply personal level. In this way, a lightsaber is an extension of a Jedi’s Force awareness. Because Jedi let the Force guide their selection of the crystal, the vibration that the crystal creates in the lightsaber blade helps Jedi center themselves and find balance in the Force. In this way, a Jedi can center his or her attention beyond the distractions of combat. A lightsaber crystal is colorless until first attuned and connected to a Jedi — at which times it glows either blue or green, or in some rare instances, another shade. From that point on, it retains that hue. databank Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle The First Order’s top officers travel in Upsilon-class command shuttles that look like grim birds of prey. These ships’ massive wings are packed with defensive systems to protect their valuable passengers. The upper wings contain advanced sensor suites that scan for enemies, while the lower wings house efficient shield projectors and powerful jammers. Upon landing, the wings rise from flight mode and then retract, encasing the upper wings’ sensor arrays in thick armor. databank Kylo Ren’s Lightsaber Kylo Ren’s Lightsaber Kylo Ren’s crossguard lightsaber is an ancient design that recalls weapons seen millennia ago during the Great Scourge of Malachor. The crossguard blades, or quillons, emerge from focusing crystal activators that split the lightsaber’s plasma stream into three channels, with the quillons appearing after the main blade ignites. The crossguard blades allow Ren’s saber to operate safely – his weapon is constructed around a dangerously flawed kyber crystal, which would be overloaded if not for the lateral plasma vents that create the quillons. databank Kylo Ren’s modified TIE whisper Kylo Ren’s modified TIE whisper Supreme Leader Kylo Ren speeds into battle aboard a TIE whisper modified to his exacting specifications, boasting increased range, speed, and firepower than the standard model. The whisper carries sensor-confusing technology that allows Ren to avoid enemy detection. databank Kyuzo petars Kyuzo petars A dedicated student of Teräs Käsi, in hand-to-hand combat Dryden Vos often wields a pair of custom-made Kyuzo petars. The sleek daggers serve a dual purpose, sporting a sharp tempered carbon edge that can be overlaid with a scintillating monomolecular laser at the flick of a switch. The slicing instruments were designed to fit his small human hands and specifically weighted to accentuate his fighting style. databank L-1 Droid L-1 Droid In the gray shadows of the grimy industrial world of Corellia, each morning L-1 general purpose droids power on among the organic working class to report to the shipyards, where they are tasked with clearing blockages in hydro transfers and other menial jobs. databank L3-37 L3-37 A self-made droid built from astromech and protocol parts, L3-37 is an enlightened navigator who cares deeply about droid rights. Her ability to connect directly with the Millennium Falcon’s navicomputer lets the freighter plot faster routes than those traveled by more cautious ships. L3-37’s habit of speaking her mind and her relentless advocacy for mechanicals can alienate organic beings. databank Lady Proxima Lady Proxima The fearsome Grindalid matriarch of the White Worms, Lady Proxima rules Corellia’s black market from a tangle of sewer tunnels beneath Corellia’s Coronet City. A briny pool serves as a throne room where Proxima feeds her hatchlings and commands the urchins known as scrumrats, sending them out to pick pockets and barter stolen goods. databank Lagos Lagos During the Clone Wars, Lagos attended the prestigious Mandalorian Royal Academy of Government, an institution that grooms the best and brightest of Mandalorian youth to help steer the future of the planet. This future, however, was dominated by the influence of criminal interlopers. First, the unscrupulous Prime Minister Almec embroiled the planet in the black market. Lagos was one of the cadets led by Korkie Kryze who helped expose this plot. A cautious student, she sometimes found the adventure-seeking nature of her classmates overwhelming. She would find courage when circumstances demanded it, however, even piloting the escape speeder during a brash jail break that freed the wrongly imprisoned Duchess Satine Kryze. databank Lah’mu Lah’mu Located in the Outer Rim’s Raioballo sector, Lah’mu is a sparsely inhabited backwater whose rich soil and groundwater are contaminated by minerals and other elements. The Erso family fled to Lah’mu from Coruscant, hoping to find refuge from the Empire. databank Lama Su Lama Su The lanky Prime Minister of remote Kamino, Lama Su oversaw the creation of the Galactic Republic’s first clone armies. That effort gave his storm-swept homeworld influence in the Republic, but also made it a target of the Separatist military. databank Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian may have come late to the fight against the Empire, but his role in destroying the second Death Star cemented his reputation as a hero. In his youth, Lando was a sportsman seeking a fortune at the sabacc tables. After he lost his beloved ship to Han Solo, Lando spent years living the high life and pursuing get-rich-quick schemes, with uneven results. He went semi-respectable as the baron administrator of Cloud City, only to be drawn into the fight against the Empire. After a personal tragedy, Lando sought solace in isolation on Pasaana, unaware that the galaxy would need him again. databank Lando’s prod pistol Lando’s prod pistol During Pasaana’s Festival of the Ancestors, Lando Calrissian carries a custom-crafted prod pistol for protection. This weapon uses a bowstring to fire armor-piercing bolts. Its lack of a power pack means it won’t set off blaster detectors – Lando has learned the value of keeping a low profile. databank Lark and Jonk a.k.a. “The Twins” Lark and Jonk a.k.a. “The Twins” House rules dictate that Lark and Jonk must enter sabacc games as a single player, as their two heads would give them an unfair advantage. Although not truly twins, their nickname pays homage to their conjoined nature. databank Lars Moisture Farm Lars Moisture Farm Two generations of the Lars family sought to make a living on this hardscrabble moisture farm on Tatooine, contending not just with the planet’s hot and arid conditions but also with vicious bands of Tusken Raiders. Anakin Skywalker visited the farm in search of his mother Shmi, who’d married Cliegg Lars but been kidnapped by Tuskens. Later, Luke Skywalker grew up there, raised by Cliegg’s son Owen and his wife Beru while Obi-Wan Kenobi kept watch from afar. Imperial stormtroopers searching for R2-D2 and C-3PO burned the homestead and murdered Owen and Beru, leaving Luke determined to learn the ways of the Jedi and fight the Empire. databank Lasan Honor Guard AB-75 Bo-Rifle Lasan Honor Guard AB-75 Bo-Rifle The AB-75 bo-rifle was the weapon of the Lasan Honor Guard, featuring a blaster barrel, bayonet, and electromagnetic pulse-generator tip. It required a great degree of skill to wield; Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau took an AB-75 from a fallen Lasat Honor Guard he defeated in battle. While a bo-rifle was a powerful weapon, its uses stemmed beyond combat. Zeb, the Lasat rebel, used his bo-rifle to complete an ancient ritual: the blaster-staff, shooting beams of yellow energy, led the Ghost through an anomaly and directly to Lirasan, the fabled Lasat homeworld. databank Lasat Lasat The Lasat are a humanoid alien species, notable for their impressive height, strength, and agility, that tragically fell victim to the tyranny of the Empire. Imperials devastated the planet of Lasan and nearly destroyed all its people, using deadly T-7 ion disruptors on the Lasat. Zeb Orrelios, one of the massacre’s few survivors, was a member of the Honor Guard of Lasan: highly trained, highly intelligent warriors and masters of the bo-rifle. databank Laser Ax Laser Ax First Order stormtroopers assigned to execution duty carry grim tools of their trade: stout laser axes whose ends split into four emitter claws. A cycling ribbon of monomolecular energy pulses between each pair of claws, and can cut through virtually anything. databank Last Chance Last Chance The Last Chance was an Imperial shuttle that belonged to the pirate Hondo Ohnaka. It was stolen, naturally. databank Latts Razzi Latts Razzi Beautiful and deadly, Latts Razzi was a Theelin bounty hunter who operated during the Clone Wars. Used to high style and first class comforts, Razzi charged exorbitant rates but had the skills to back them. Aside from her pinpoint accuracy with a blaster pistol, she was an expert unarmed fighter in several forms of exotic combat. Draped around her shoulders were triple rows of a scaled boa, which when snapped like a whip or lariat, proved to be much more than a fashion accessory. databank LE-12 LE-12 Meandering about the Colossus on two springy legs, this older model LE-series droid performs a variety of functions for various mechanics and salvagers on the platform, thanks to a trusty pair of clamps and a head unit that can spin around 360 degrees. databank Lechee Lechee Like any slimy businessman, Lechee knows how to turn on the charm while trying to usher new customers into his shop in the Vargo marketplace. But once out of sight and earshot, his demeanor turns to something more sinister in the hopes of making a quick credit. databank Leia Organa Leia Organa Princess Leia Organa was one of the greatest leaders of the Rebel Alliance, fearless on the battlefield and dedicated to ending the Empire’s tyranny. Daughter of Padmé Amidala and Anakin Skywalker, sister of Luke Skywalker, and with a soft spot for scoundrels, Leia ranked among the galaxy’s great heroes. But life under the New Republic proved difficult for her. Sidelined by a new generation of political leaders, she struck out on her own to oppose the First Order as founder of the Resistance. These setbacks in her political career were accompanied by more personal losses, which she endured with her seemingly inexhaustible will. databank Leoz Leoz A member of Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, when he isn’t pillaging and plundering Leoz spends his time gambling with his lucky pair of dice. A sore loser, he has been known to place a curse on his opponent after a bad match. databank Letta Turmond Letta Turmond Hardened by a life in the working class levels of Coruscant, Letta Turmond had a jaundiced view of the Jedi Order and the leadership of the Galactic Republic. Her husband, Jackar Bowmani, was a technician who worked in the Jedi Temple, and devoted his life to supporting the Order. With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Bowmani’s expertise was used to arm Republic gunships, and it galled Letta to see what was once an institution of peace and justice transformed into an instrument of war. She became an activist opposed to the Jedi involvement of the war, but her beliefs were so radical that they crossed the line into terrorism. databank Level 1313 Level 1313 Coruscant’s Level 1313 – so called because it was 1,313 levels from the planet’s core – was part of the galactic capital’s lawless underworld. Lever 1313 was a haven for bounty hunters, gangsters and other galactic scum, with the strong preying on those struggling to make a living. After she was framed for murder, Ahsoka Tano sought refuge on the lower levels. databank Liana Kor Liana Kor Known as “Iron” Liana, her associates in the smuggling business often describe Kor as “stubborn as a zakkeg, and twice as mean.” Liana Kor often finds herself entangled in conflicts between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire, as she often targets arms shipments for her pirating and smuggling operations. She has no love for either side, and will often attempt to play both sides to get what she wants. This hasn’t earned her much respect, but is widely know not to be trifled with, as she lives up to her nickname. databank Lieutenant Bolandin Lieutenant Bolandin A veteran Imperial, Bolandin has long regarded Corporal Han Solo as a troublemaker with a big mouth – and the mudtroopers battling on Mimban have trouble enough as it is. When Solo is turned over to Bolandin as a deserter, he orders stormtroopers to throw him in with “the Beast” – a Wookiee prisoner held in a makeshift prison. databank Lieutenant Dicer Lieutenant Dicer One of the rebellion’s pilots, Lieutenant Dicer was among the first to try to set up a base on Atollon. Unfortunately for Dicer, the world was not as desolate as believed — huge spider-like creatures called krykna lived below the surface. After the krykna attacked, all that was left of Dicer was her helmet. databank Lieutenant Galek Lieutenant Galek With an ever-present scowl to match the rest of her severe demeanor, First Order flight instructor Lieutenant Galek has little patience for the antics of cadets who fail to follow basic orders. Known for her harsh tactics, on the training field she believes strongly in survival of the fittest, utilizing live fire instead of stun blasts to most effectively approximate real battle situations and doling out firm but fair punishments. In Galek’s view, the First Order thrives by culling the weak so only the strongest survive. databank Lieutenant Mitaka Lieutenant Mitaka A young officer in the First Order Navy, Dopheld Mitaka graduated at the top of his Academy class and received a coveted post aboard the Finalizer. It was a plum assignment Mitaka would sometimes regret, as his duties included telling Kylo Ren of the First Order’s failure to capture the fugitive Resistance droid BB-8. databank Lieutenant Mytus Adema Lieutenant Mytus Adema Mytus Adema is an ambitious young officer assigned to the Scarif Citadel. He disdains his senior officer, General Ramda, as lazy and overconfident, and hopes to supplant him in the eyes of Director Krennic. Adema sees the Death Star as a welcome symbol of Imperial glory and might. databank Life Day Life Day A longstanding Wookiee tradition, Life Day celebrates the values and tenets of Wookiee culture, including family, joy, and harmony. While Life Day is a celebration traditionally held at the Tree of Life on Kashyyyk and observed by extended Wookiee families, Wookiees throughout the galaxy still mark the day. When Wookiees were enslaved by the Empire, the holiday took on an even greater significance. databank Lightsaber Lightsaber The lightsaber is the weapon of a Jedi, an elegant weapon of a more civilized age. It can be used to cut through blast doors or enemies alike. Using the Force, a Jedi can predict and deflect incoming blaster bolts, and reflect them. databank Lightsaber Pike Lightsaber Pike Similar to the double-bladed lightsaber, the lightsaber pike featured two blades (yellow hued) at each end of a staff. It was used by the Jedi Temple Guards. databank Lindon Javes Lindon Javes An experienced pilot and instructor, Lindon Javes rose through the ranks of the Rebellion after the destruction of Alderaan by hunting Imperial capital ships. Though he’s still a combat pilot at heart, Lindon found he had a knack for command, coordinating several successful missions behind Imperial lines. Now, as the galactic war enters a new phase, Lindon has been given command of his own squadron, and a classified assignment for the New Republic. databank Lira San Lira San The rumored original homeworld of the Lasat, Lira San could only be located through an ancient ritual. It remained hidden behind a powerful energy anomaly, and once the ritual was complete, only a Lasat bo-rifle could lead the way and complete the journey. The rebel Zeb, along with Lasat survivors Gron and Chava, united to discover Lira San — a place where their people could rebuild and prosper. databank LM-432 “Muckraker” Crab Droid LM-432 “Muckraker” Crab Droid These deadly crawling tank droids, manufactured by the Techno Union, were in use during the Clone Wars. They varied in size, smaller models had four legs, larger models boasted six. Regardless of the size, they were all equipped a pair of blaster cannon’s on their belly and they could also use their front legs to attack. databank Lobot Lobot Never far from Baron Administrator Lando Calrissian’s side was Lobot, Calrissian’s aide and Cloud City’s computer liaison officer. Lobot is a human male with a shiny, brain-enhancing device wrapped around the back of his skull that allowed him to contact directly with the city’s central computer. databank Lobot-Tech Headgear Lobot-Tech Headgear Lobot-Tech headgear was an Imperial technology designed to increase productivity in low-level workers. The cybernetic implant, however, would often erase the personality of its subject and, occasionally, cause their behavior to become erratic. Lando Calrissian’s aide utilized the technology, as did a Rodian named Tseebo, who used the Lobot-Tech headgear to steal Imperial data and plans. databank Loden Greatstorm Loden Greatstorm Loden is a Twi’lek Jedi Master, and is considered to be one of the best teachers in the Jedi Order. Strong and wise, with a good sense of humor, Loden looks at every moment as a learning experience, always trying to better himself and those around him, especially his Padawans. databank Logray Logray The shaman of the Ewok village, Logray’s rituals ensured his tribe remained in harmony with Endor’s forest spirits. When a golden god visited his planet, Logray ordered the sacrifice of offworlders in this deity’s honor — only to somehow incur the god’s wrath. No one ever said faith was easy. databank Lok Durd Lok Durd Lok Durd was an obese Neimoidian general in the army of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. A flamboyant and heartless weapons developer, some say if Lok Durd could make half the noise on the battlefield that he does in the war room, then the Separatists would have won the war. Durd longed to impress Count Dooku with his battlefield inventions. The Neimoidian general unleashed the Defoliator on the planet Maridun during the Clone Wars. databank Lola Sayu Lola Sayu The volcanic planet of Lola Sayu appeared a beautiful glowing purple from orbit and was the site of an ancient Jedi prison known as the Citadel. Although the Republic had control of the planet for a time, it switched hands early on during the Clone War conflict and the Separatists used the planet as a prisoner of war camp under the control of Osi Sobeck. databank Lolo Purs Lolo Purs As a Rodian representative in the Galactic Senate, Lolo Purs assisted her mentor, Senator Onaconda Farr. But Lolo felt betrayed by Farr’s brief dealings with the Separatists, and hatched a scheme to do away with Uncle Ono. databank Lom Pyke Lom Pyke During the Clone Wars, Lom Pyke was the leader of a syndicate of spice dealers known as the Pykes. Operating out of Oba Diah, they controlled the lucrative trade that delivered spice to the ruling crime families of the lower levels of Coruscant. His spice-stained grin and hands suggested that he was more than just a dealer of the contraband substance. Sensing profit and opportunity to expand his operations, Lom allied his forces with Darth Maul’s growing Shadow Collective. databank Lor San Tekka Lor San Tekka A legendary traveler and explorer, Lor San Tekka was a longtime ally of the New Republic and the Resistance. After the Battle of Endor, San Tekka helped Luke Skywalker recover secret Jedi lore that the Empire had tried to erase. He then retired to live simply on Jakku, where he followed the dictates of the once-forbidden Church of the Force. Leia Organa sent Poe Dameron in search of San Tekka, who gave him a portion of a map revealing Luke’s planet of exile. San Tekka was then killed by Kylo Ren, who sought the same information. databank Loth-bat Loth-bat Giant winged creatures native to Lothal, Loth-bats routinely travel in packs and can glide over long distances. They emit strained, high-pitched squeals, which are known to unnerve the stormtroopers who patrol Lothal at night. databank Loth-bat glider Loth-bat glider Loth-bat gliders two-passenger aerial transports created by rebels Ezra Bridger and Sabine Wren, designed to look like Loth-bats. In an effort to evade Imperial detection while infiltrating one of the Empire’s Lothal bases, the Ghost crew flew in with a pack of the winged creatures and successfully rescued their friend, Hera Syndulla. databank Loth-cat Loth-cat Loth-cats are members of the tooka family, and native to Lothal, often found in the grassy plains of the Outer Rim planet. They’re small, temperamental creatures, and while at times friendly, are still able hunters with sharp teeth and claws. databank Loth-wolf Loth-wolf Ancient beasts depicted in Lothal cave paintings, little is known about the giant Loth-wolf. Ezra Bridger, a Force-sensitive rebel, believes he encountered a loth-wolf, though none of his crewmates saw the creature. databank Lothal Lothal Lothal is a diverse planet, with both farmland and a city center. During the age of the Empire, it fell under Imperial occupation, as farmers were kicked off their land and enormous TIE fighter and weapons factories were built. While most of the population felt powerless in the face of Imperial rule, a select few dared to fight back. databank Lothal Capital City Lothal Capital City Capital City is the bustling hub of Lothal, featuring local merchants, industrial facilities, skyscrapers, and a large citizenry. During the reign of the Empire, Imperial occupation became the norm, with stormtroopers and Imperial officers bringing fear and tyranny to the once peaceful city. databank Lothal Depot Lothal Depot Lothal Depot was a landing area on the Outer Rim planet. When Princess Leia Organa came to Lothal with three Hammerhead Corvettes meant for the rebellion, she docked in the Empire-controlled area — and her ships were quickly fit with gravity locks. Only through a clever plot hatched with the Ghost crew were the locks released, and the ships allowed to escape Lothal Depot. databank Lothal fuel depot Lothal fuel depot The Lothal fuel depot was built during the Empire’s occupation of the planet. Serving the entire Imperial presence on the planet, its reserves are massive. databank Lothal Imperial airfield Lothal Imperial airfield One of the Empire’s many installations on Lothal, the Lothal Imperial airfield is an official training and testing ground for fighters and craft. It is home to the TIE defender elite prototype, a deadly new ship piloted by Vult Skerris. databank Lothal Imperial Factory Lothal Imperial Factory The Lothal Imperial Factory was a byproduct of the Empire’s increased presence on the Outer Rim world. The operation utilized citizens as laborers and drew the attention of Grand Admiral Thrawn following reports of poor engineering. It was here that the rebels Kanan Jarrus and Ezra Bridger stole the Empire’s plans for a new model TIE fighter — the TIE defender — equipped with shields, thanks to the informant, Agent Kallus. databank Lothal Jedi Temple Lothal Jedi Temple An ancient building hidden within the planet surface, the Lothal Jedi Temple was discovered by Padawan Ezra Bridger through a connection with the Force. Inside the Temple, he and his Master, Kanan Jarrus, gained new insights into themselves — thanks to guidance from Yoda, communing from a distant world. There, Yoda gave Ezra a kyber crystal, allowing the boy to construct his first lightsaber. databank Lothal Old Republic Senate Building Lothal Old Republic Senate Building Known for its striking interior mural called New Freedom, the Lothal Old Republic Senate Building was a distinct landmark featuring a towering spire. It was abandoned when the Empire built the Imperial Complex, but came alive once more as the meeting site between the Ghost crew and Senator Gall Trayvis. databank Lothal Speeder Bike Lothal Speeder Bike One-man vehicles designed for speed, Lothal Speeder Bikes featured a white color scheme and were outfitted with forward blaster cannons. Cargo could be attached to the rear of the hovering vehicles and moved quickly, though the real value of Imperial Speeder Bikes came from their ability to chase suspected rebels or suspects. databank Lotho Minor Lotho Minor Known also as the Junk World, Lotho Minor is one of the galaxy’s dumping grounds. The surface of the planet is covered with refuse, piled over countless generations so that enormous heaps of trash stand as tall as mountains. As the ancient maxim goes, one being’s refuse is another’s treasure: salvage operations dig through the planet-wide junkyard, looking to reclaim and recondition reusable or obsolete machinery. Huge pools of toxic sludge and the periodic bursts of acid rain make the ruined ecosystem one of the most dangerous in the galaxy. databank Lott Dod Lott Dod To hear Lott Dod tell it, the actions of Nute Gunray did not reflect the true intents of the Trade Federation, which remained loyal to the Galactic Republic. Sure, the Separatist Alliance did use Trade Federation starships and battle droids as part of their fighting forces in the Clone Wars, but this was equipment legitimately purchased in the open market. The Trade Federation was committed to commerce across the entire galaxy, and had no interest in getting caught up in territorial wars, Dodd would say. In truth, the Senator received a healthy income to ensure both sides of the war stay well equipped. databank Lovey Lovey A striking figure with a geometric red hairdo and a fitted lattice dress, “Lovey” is a familiar sight by the side of the Master Codebreaker at the gaming tables of the Canto Casino. “Lovey” has her own secrets — including her true name, which she has yet to reveal to her companion. databank Luggabeast Luggabeast Cybernetic beasts of burden found on frontier worlds, luggabeasts are a fusion of organic being and mechanical creation, with their heads hidden away behind heavy armor plating and optical instruments. Jakku’s Teedos use luggabeasts as pack animals, calibrating the cyborg creatures’ instruments to find droids and other valuable salvage. databank Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker was a Tatooine farmboy who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the greatest Jedi the galaxy has ever known. Along with his friends Princess Leia and Han Solo, Luke battled the evil Empire, discovered the truth of his parentage, and ended the tyranny of the Sith. A generation later, the location of the famed Jedi master was one of the galaxy’s greatest mysteries. Haunted by Ben Solo’s fall to evil and convinced the Jedi had to end, Luke sought exile on a distant world, ignoring the galaxy’s pleas for help. But his solitude would be interrupted – and Luke Skywalker had one final, momentous role to play in the struggle between good and evil. databank Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber (Green Blade) Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber (Green Blade) After losing his father’s lightsaber on Cloud City, Luke Skywalker constructed a replacement with a green plasma blade, its hilt similar to that of Obi-Wan Kenobi’s weapon. Luke hid his lightsaber inside R2-D2’s dome during his mission to rescue Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt, and surrendered the weapon to Darth Vader as part of his effort to reawaken the spirit of Anakin Skywalker. databank Luminara Unduli Luminara Unduli A green-skinned Mirialan, Luminara Unduli served the Jedi Order during the final years of the Galactic Republic, and trained the capable Padawan Barriss Offee. A no-nonsense Jedi Master, Luminara fought in Clone Wars battles such as Geonosis and Kashyyyk, and was thought to have perished during Order 66. In reality, she’d been taken into Imperial custody and executed, with holographic transmissions of her captivity used as bait to capture fugitive Jedi. databank Lurmen Lurmen Tee Watt Kaa’s tribe of Lurmen landed on Maridun — an uncharted world — to escape the bloodshed and violence of the Clone Wars. Tee Watt Kaa believed in non-violence and non-aggressive solutions. Originally from the Outer Rim world of Mygeeto, the Lurmen colonists carved out a peaceful existence on the plains of Maridun, harvesting enormous seedpods to use as shelter, extracting vital oils within for nourishment and medicine. databank Lux Bonteri Lux Bonteri The son of Separatist Senator Mina Bonteri, Lux was young, idealistic, and skeptical of the aims of the Republic and the Jedi Knights. His father was a fervent supporter of the Separatists, and was killed by clone troopers on Aargonar. Lux did not know what to make of Ahsoka Tano and her visit to Separatist space. After a failed peace overture begun by Mina extended to the Republic, Lux’s mother died, assassinated on Count Dooku’s orders. After making an ill-fated effort to avenge her by killing Dooku, Lux joined the anti-Separatist resistance on his homeworld of Onderon. After the rebels defeated the Separatists, Lux became Onderon’s Republic Senator. databank Luxury 3000 Space Yacht Luxury 3000 Space Yacht When style’s your name and comfort’s your game, look no further than the Luxury 3000 space yacht when you want to travel the stars. The sleek, precision-crafted starship hails from one of the finest starship manufacturers in the galaxy. It has spacious interiors, often modified for the heights of opulence. Such vessels are not typically armed — besides, weapons would ruin its graceful lines — but in the unpredictable and rambunctious sectors of the Outer Rim, skippers often equip their yachts with defenses. In some cases, they even conceal laser cannons in the existing sensor ports and communication masts as to not mar the ship’s beauty. databank Lyn Me Lyn Me A lithe Twi’lek dancer and singer, Lyn Me performed with the Max Rebo Band during the group’s residence as Jabba the Hutt’s house band. From the stage, Lyn Me got an up-close look at the depraved galactic underworld. databank Lyra Erso Lyra Erso A geologist with an extensive knowledge of crystals, Lyra Erso helped her husband Galen with his work before he became involved with Orson Krennic’s energy-enrichment project. Deeply suspicious of both Krennic and the Empire, Lyra believed in the Force and tried to share her faith with her daughter Jyn. When Krennic tracks the Ersos to Lah’mu, she risks everything to protect her family. databank M5-BZ M5-BZ Serving alongside the aged Jedi Master Tera Sinube with distinction that drew the attention of the Jedi Council, M5-BZ was called upon to serve the Republic as part of D-Squad, an all-droid special missions unit led by the gruff Colonel Meebur Gascon. To carry out the vital assignment of capturing a Separatist encryption module, Beezee had its cranial memory module gutted to allow room for a mobile command center that would house Gascon. databank Mace Windu Mace Windu A grim Jedi Master with an amethyst-bladed lightsaber, Mace Windu was the champion of the Jedi Order, with little tolerance for the failings of the Senate, the arguments of politicians, or the opinions of rebellious Jedi. As the Clone Wars intensified, Mace sensed the dark side of the Force at work, and knew the Jedi’s enemies were plotting to destroy the Order and end its stewardship of the galaxy. databank Mace Windu’s Lightsaber Mace Windu’s Lightsaber Mace Windu was one of the most distinctive members of the Jedi Order, so it was only logical that he carried one of the most distinctive Jedi weapons. Windu’s saber had a plasma blade of amethyst – a brilliant warning to enemies that the Jedi Order’s greatest champion was ready for battle. databank Magaloof Magaloof A Leffingite from Almak, Magaloof was a speeder thief who crossed paths with Obi-Wan Kenobi while the Jedi clung to an assassin droid zipping across the busy skylanes of Coruscant. Magaloof had seen a lot of things since coming to Coruscant, but a Jedi clutching a droid kilometers above the ground was a new one even for him. databank MagnaGuard Fighter MagnaGuard Fighter Formally known as Rogue-class starfighters, these ships had bulbous cockpits and heavy laser cannons on both wings. They were often flown by specially programmed MagnaGuards, but Separatist leaders and hirelings could also be found behind the stick. databank MagnaGuards MagnaGuards These implacable droids guarded key Separatist leaders and proved tough opponents for the Jedi Knights, striking with their deadly electostaffs. MagnaGuards could keep fighting even after losing limbs or heads, and many bore the scars of previous battles. databank Magnetic climbers Magnetic climbers Capable of supporting tremendous weight, magnetic climbers are used to scale metallic surfaces, allowing a skilled climber to reach the highest peaks. databank Magno-mine Magno-mine A magno-mine was a magnetized, deep-space explosive that could be attached to a ship and detonated remotely. With a large blast radius, the Empire utilized magno-mines to cause maximum damage during battles involving multiple enemy ships. The devices could be disarmed and re-engaged, however, which Admiral Konstantine found out when the Ghost crew and Iron Squadron used the commander’s own weapon against him. databank Major Brance Major Brance A communications officer at the Resistance base on D’Qar, Taslin Brance brought word of the First Order’s raid on Jakku to Leia Organa. Brance feared BB-8 had been lost in the attack, but Leia told him never to underestimate a droid. Major Brance later had the grim duty of informing Leia of the destruction of Hosnian Prime. databank Major Bren Derlin Major Bren Derlin A mustachioed rebel officer, Bren Derlin hailed from Tiisheraan. He served with Alliance Intelligence and was named security chief at Hoth’s Echo Base. Derlin reluctantly gave the order to close the base’s shield doors while Han Solo was out searching for Luke Skywalker. He survived the Battle of Hoth and led a rebel ground unit during the Battle of Endor. databank Major Capin Harinar Major Capin Harinar Capin Harinar is part of General Draven’s Alliance Intelligence staff. But where officers such as Colonel Delto argue over the importance of information, Harinar concerns himself with physical objects. As a materials analyst, he scrutinizes captured Imperial technology to assess the Empire’s capabilities and figure out how to counter them. databank Major Rigosso Major Rigosso A military officer loyal to Otua Blank of Quarzite, Major Rigosso was tasked with overseeing the safe delivery of a precious cargo to his lordship during the Clone Wars. Due to the inhospitable atmospheric pressure on the surface of Quarzite, the Belugan and Kage people lived in subterranean passages beneath the planet’s crust. Transit and transportation for Blank’s people was provided by a series of subtram lines, which were frequently raided by Kage Warriors. To best protect Blank’s delivery, Rigosso hired a team of elite bounty hunters to accompany him and the cargo. databank Major Vonreg Major Vonreg An elite First Order operative clad in distinct crimson armor and with a TIE fighter to match, Major Baron Elrik Vonreg reports directly to Captain Phasma. Part of a secret operation, he makes a personal visit to the Colossus with a shipment of fuel, all in an attempt to coerce Captain Doza into approving First Order protection on the platform. databank Major Vonreg’s TIE interceptor Major Vonreg’s TIE interceptor Even in the midst of a dogfight, Major Baron Elrik Vonreg easily sets himself apart from the other First Order pilots, at the helm of a flashy crimson TIE fighter. databank Mak Plain Mak Plain This Muun banker called Coruscant home and came into conflict with Senators Padme Amidala and Bail Organa over interest rates for loans made to the Galactic Republic by the InterGalactic Banking Clan. databank Malachor Malachor A dark planet with an even darker history, Malachor is a location Jedi are told from a young age to avoid. Home to an ancient Sith temple, it was once the location of a heated battle between Jedi and Sith. Kanan, Ahsoka and Ezra traveled to Malachor in search of knowledge, but were met by evil. databank Malachor Sith temple Malachor Sith temple In search of a way to truly defeat the Inquisitors, Kanan Jarrus, Ahsoka Tano, and Ezra Bridger made their way to Malachor. The Sith temple greeted them with it’s looming pillars covered in text written in the “old tongue” and Ezra unwittingly opens one of the temple’s door when the trio go to inspect them. Upon entering, the rebels discover that the temple was a battlefield and learn that they are not alone. While Ahsoka and Kanan fended off the Inquisitors, Ezra uncovered a Sith holocron containing the knowledge they seek. No one leaves the Sith temple unchanged. databank Malakili Malakili A burly human, Malakili tended to Jabba the Hutt’s menagerie, including the galactic gangster’s prized pet rancor. Despite the rancor’s vicious nature, Malakili cared about the beast. He was shocked when Luke Skywalker killed his monstrous charge, and wept at its demise. databank Malastare Malastare Located in the galaxy’s Mid Rim, Malastare was the homeworld of the irascible Dugs, who proved loyal but difficult members of the Galactic Republic. The planet’s extensive fuel reserves made it vital to the Republic war machine, and it became a critical battlefield during the Clone Wars. As a result of a massive ground battle between the Republic and the Separatists, a monstrous creature known as the Zillo Beast was released in Malastare. databank Malevolence Malevolence A gargantuan heavy cruiser, the Malevolence is known for its immense ion cannons, which became a dire threat to the Republic fleet early in the Clone Wars. The cruiser’s deadly two-step attack begins with knocking out the power systems of a target vessel with its primary weapon. Then the cruiser finishes off the defenseless spacecraft with blasts from its secondary laser cannons and turbolaser batteries. databank Mandalore Mandalore A proud world with a rich warrior culture, Mandalore is home to various clans united under Bo-Katan Kryze, wielder of the Darksaber. databank Mandalorian Guard Mandalorian Guard Elite guards dedicated to protecting Satine Kryze, these royal protectors were the only ones the Duchess could truly trust in the uncertain era of the Clone Wars. Though Mandalore has largely turned its back on its more war-like past, the Mandalorian royal guards are one of the few traditions to continue. databank Mandalorian Super Commando Mandalorian Super Commando During the Clone Wars, a coup orchestrated by Death Watch topples the pacifist regime of the New Mandalorians and returns the armored warrior culture to a position of power over the isolated world. What the average Mandalorian citizen does not realize, however, is that the takeover is in truth masterminded by a secret syndicate of criminals — the Shadow Collective led by Maul. Maul’s loyal Mandalorians modify their armor to reflect allegiance to the Dark Lord. These super commandos wear armor of red and black, and some even fashion horns atop their helmets, to better resemble their Nightbrother leader. During the Siege of Mandalore, Gar Saxon leads the elite fighting force. databank Mandalorian Vambraces Mandalorian Vambraces Designed to combat the abilities of a Jedi, the Mandalorian vambrace typically featured a grappling line, paralyzing darts, and repulsors. They were often worn in pairs, one on each forearm, and were great assets in combat — though they provided no protection from the blade of a lightsaber. databank Mandalorian vault Mandalorian vault The proud warriors of Mandalore have many ways of dealing with off-world intruders. For a time, they dealt with Force-wielding enemies in particular through powerful technology, including encasing their foes in a vault-like prison that could be hauled from place to place much like a slab of carbonite. databank Mantu Mantu A squat, hunched being with cold, clammy skin and a murderous twinkle in his eye, Mantu was far from a typical Selkath. Historically, his people had been regarded as a peaceful, helpful culture devoted to the tending of the ill, or the care of their oceans. How far had the Selkath fallen that Mantu was one of their most well known modern legends, a deadly bounty hunter who relied on surprise to target his prey. databank Mar Tuuk Mar Tuuk The Neimodian Mar Tuuk was a brilliant military strategist who hailed from planet Neimoidia. Tuuk was Captain of a droid control ship in the Separatist Fleet and oversaw the blockade of Ryloth during the Clone Wars. He matched wits against Jedi General Anakin Skywalker and was outmatched enough that he was forced to abandon his ship. databank Marcus Speedstar Marcus Speedstar A legendary racer in his own right, and three-time winner of the Five Sabers, Marcus Speedstar is also the estranged younger brother of Jarek Yeager. When he returns to race brother-versus-brother in the Platform Classic, he hopes to mend their fractured family, scarred by Speedstar’s blind quest for glory at any cost. But in the years they’ve been apart, Marcus has run afoul of the Guavian Death gang, and a 20,0000-credit debt jeopardizes his mission and his friend’s life. databank Marg Krim Marg Krim The leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim is still weak-minded enough to be manipulated by a Jedi. databank Marrok Marrok A loyal and well-trained anooba, Marrok was the Kyuzo bounty hunter Embo’s faithful companion, assisting his master in a number of adventures. During a skirmish on Nal Hutta, the fearless Marrok saved the hunter Sugi from the clutches of Darth Maul. Embo waded into combat confident that Marrok would be at his side — and would even retrieve the trusty hat the Kyuzo used as both weapon and shield. databank Mart Mattin Mart Mattin Leader of Iron Squadron and captain of Sato’s Hammer, Mart Mattin was a creative, if somewhat reckless, young rebel. When the Empire invaded his homeworld, Mykapo, he initially refused to leave, even though his ship had a broken hyperdrive. Eventually, Mart and Iron Squadron joined forces with the Ghost crew, handing the Empire a defeat and escaping to fight another day. He was reunited with his uncle, the famed Commander Sato, and his friends. databank Mas Amedda Mas Amedda Mas Amedda was the Vice Chair of the Galactic Senate during Chancellor Valorum’s term, a position he continued to hold as Chancellor Palpatine transformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire. Amedda’s booming voice often called for order when the partisan nature of the Republic’s government degenerated into pointless bickering. In an alien gesture of authority, he would often punctuate such calls with a flicker of his long, forked tongue. databank Master Codebreaker Master Codebreaker He’s a soldier, freedom fighter, ace pilot, top smuggler and a poet with a blaster – and a slicer capable of defeating the toughest security in the galaxy. So Maz Kanata describes the man known only as the Master Codebreaker. His favorite haunt is Canto Bight, where he’s recognizable by the red plom bloom adorning one immaculate lapel of his tuxedo. databank Maul Maul A deadly, agile Sith Lord trained by the evil Darth Sidious, Darth Maul was a formidable warrior and scheming mastermind. He wielded an intimidating double-bladed lightsaber and fought with a menacing ferocity. Though he fell in battle against Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Zabrak from Dathomir would prove to be much harder to destroy than originally believed. databank Mawhonic Mawhonic A Gran podracer, Mawhonic competed in the Boonta Eve Classic. Knowledgable podracing fans regarded him as one of the more capable challengers to Sebulba, the favorite in the hard-fought race. Sebulba wasted no time eliminating his Gran rival from the competition and smashed into Mawhonic’s podracer on the first lap, knocking him out of the race. databank Max Rebo Max Rebo Max Rebo was the heart (or at least the fluid sac) of the band that bore his name, and could be found onstage behind the pedals of his red ball organ. From there he kept an ear on his bandmates’ playing and an eye on the sleazy clients who hired his ensemble for their entertainment. databank Maz Kanata Maz Kanata Maz Kanata is more than a thousand years old, a diminutive being with vast experience at surviving in the underworld. From her castle on Takodana, Maz has seen galactic powers rise and fall and felt the Force ebb and flow, seeking an elusive balance between darkness and light. She has given many a young smuggler a start by offering credits, equipment or connections, and helped many an old friend rediscover a lost path. databank Maz’s Castle Maz’s Castle The ancient edifice known as Maz’s castle sits on the shore of a lake on Takodana, a site rumored to have been a battleground for the Jedi and Sith. The castle is simultaneously aged and state of the art, with sensor grids and advanced communications gear sprouting from worn stone battlements. Inside Maz’s castle, pirates, smugglers, spies and all manner of scoundrels mix and mingle, searching for loans, information, equipment, repairs — or kicking back to enjoy music, food and drink or games of chance. All must obey their host’s prohibitions against politics or war. The First Order raided Takodana shortly before the Battle of Starkiller Base, leaving the castle in ruins and its proprietress indignant. databank Maz’s Curio Box Maz’s Curio Box In her long centuries traveling the galaxy, Maz Kanata has collected any number of antiques and trinkets, stashing them in storehouses and vaults in her castle. Some of her dearest treasures – including a lightsaber built by Anakin Skywalker — can be found in an old wood curio box, kept unlocked. Maz protects objects that speak to her through the Force, certain that one day the Force will in turn guide other seekers to find these relics. databank MB-13 MB-13 After suffering damage in a scuffle on the Colossus, First Order droid MB-13 emerges from hiding to seek revenge on CB-23 and her friends, attacking and deactivating the small ball droid and tying up Neeku Vozo. The damage from the earlier skirmish makes it difficult for the First Order droid to get a clear view of Kaz and Torra for an effective attack, but the scrappy droid is able to bypass tower controls to try to get an encoded message to the First Order. databank ME-8D9 ME-8D9 An ancient protocol droid of unknown manufacture, ME-8D9 has been a fixture at Maz’s castle on Takodana for many years. Pirates and smugglers often ask Emmie to serve as a translator for their shady negotiations. The droid has been reprogrammed numerous times, and her original purpose is unclear. She’s known to have served as an assassin, and some whisper that she began her long mechanical life with the Jedi Order. databank Mechno-arms Mechno-arms Mechno-arms were cybernetic replacements to hands and arms lost in a variety of situations, but more often than not by lightsaber blades. After Count Dooku severed the right arm of Anakin Skywalker in the opening battle of the Clone War, a mechno-arm was grafted to what was left. Luke Skywalker had much of one grafted to his wrist after Darth Vader severed his hand at Cloud City. Mechno-limbs were much stronger than organic limbs and thanks to an electrostatic fingertip system, users were able to retain their sense of touch. They could also be covered over in synthetic skin for a more realistic appearance. databank Medal of Yavin Medal of Yavin While most rebels consider opposing the Empire its own reward, the Alliance’s leaders do recognize conspicuous gallantry. For their heroism in destroying the Death Star, Han Solo and Luke Skywalker receive the Medal of Yavin from Leia Organa in a ceremony on Yavin 4. Decades later, Maz Kanata gives Chewbacca the medal once worn by Han, which Leia was holding when she died. databank Mee Deechi Mee Deechi Mee Deechi served as the war-loving Senator from Umbara during the Clone Wars. His white hair, gaunt face, pale complexion, and black-rimmed eyes cut a striking and intimidating figure. He worked closely with the Senator from Kamino, Halle Burtoni, to increase Republic funding of clone troopers. databank Meena Tills Meena Tills The watery world of Mon Cala was the site of a civil war during the Clone Wars, as the Mon Calamari people sided with the Republic, while the Quarren were backed by the Separatist Alliance. Senator Meena Tills was caught in the midst of this conflict, advising where she could while under the protection of the Jedi and clone troopers. Later, Senator Tills was part of the Delegation of 2,000 — Senatorial representatives concerned with the manner in which Chancellor Palpatine had waged the Clone Wars. The Petition of 2,000 identified Senators formally complaining on Palpatine’s conduct, and requested that he return his emergency powers to the Senate following the resolution of the conflict. databank Melch Melch Melch was one of several enslaved Ugnaughts forced to work at Reklam Station, an Imperial salvage yard. When the Ghost crew arrived, looking to steal 14 Y-wings, Melch made a deal with Hondo: he would disengage the furnace conveyer in exchange for liberation. databank Merchant One Merchant One Space vessel of the crime lord Azmorigan, the Merchant One was a C-ROC carrier ship featuring powerful weapons and a few surprises. The craft was equipped with one dorsal laser turret, two forward laser cannons, and two rear laser cannons — essential heavy weaponry in Azmorigan’s line of work. The Merchant One also carried a number of escape pods, which the Lothal rebel Hera used to escape the gangster’s clutches. databank Meson Martinet Meson Martinet The Meson Martinet was a modified freighter commanded by the dread pirate Sidon Ithano, also known along the spacelanes as the Crimson Corsair, Blood Buccaneer and the Red Raider. Finn took service aboard the pirate ship after meeting Ithano and First Mate Quiggold at Maz’s castle, but his time as a member of the Martinet’s was measured in minutes. databank Mich Matt Mich Matt Mich Matt is an Ishi Tib and gifted power technician. Once based on Coruscant, he was abducted by the Empire for a secret project, only to be rescued by the Ghost crew. He now proudly serves the Rebellion. databank Midwife Droid Midwife Droid Midwife droids were hovering medical droids designed to assist in the birth and newborn care for a variety of species. They had white faces and green and blue light sensors in their facial area. One of these droids, while making soothing cooing sounds, helped deliver the Skywalker twins on the far flung outpost at Polis Massa. databank Mika Grey Mika Grey Fearless and inventive, Mika Grey is a rugged, old treasure hunter of sorts whose aim is less about riches and more about keeping destructive and powerful artifacts out of the hands of the First Order’s Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. After one particular two-and-a-half-year search, the planet-hopping archaeologist discovers an ancient Sith relic that holds untold, life-ending power at its core, but she destroys it to shake the First Order operatives on her tail. This may be why she prefers to work alone. databank Mikkian Mikkian Mikkians were brightly colored sentient humanoids with elaborate manes of head-tendrils. They could be found in colors ranging from bright yellows and greens to reds with blue highlights. Some members of the species were force-sensitive, like the sister Jedi Knights, Tiplar and Tiplee, both of which were killed during the Clone Wars. databank Millennium Falcon Millennium Falcon An extensively modified Corellian light freighter, the Millennium Falcon is a legend in smuggler circles and is coveted by many for being the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. Despite her humble origins and shabby exterior, the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs has played a role in some of the greatest victories of the Rebel Alliance and the New Republic. The Falcon looks like a worn-out junker, but beneath her hull she’s full of surprises. A succession of owners, including Lando Calrissian and Han Solo, have made special modifications that boosted the freighter’s speed, shielding and firepower to impressive – and downright illegal – levels. The price of such tinkering? The Falcon can be unpredictable, with her hyperdrive particularly balky. Despite her flaws, she’s beloved by her owners – Han Solo and Chewbacca spent years searching the galaxy for the ship they once called home, rejoicing when they finally reclaimed her. databank Millicreep droid Millicreep droid The Umbaran Militia used these insect-like assassin droids against the Grand Army of the Republic during the battle of Umbara in the Clone Wars. During that conflict, one of these droids destroyed many clones in the 501st battalion that was led by Jedi General Anakin Skywalker. They were colored black, blue, and purple and seemed to conduct electricity. databank Mimban Mimban Mimban’s valuable minerals have made this muddy world a battlefield since the Clone Wars. Then, the Republic was fighting Separatist droids; now, the Imperial Army seeks to destroy Mimbanese insurgents. After getting kicked out of the Imperial Academy, Han Solo found himself dumped on Mimban as a mudtrooper. While there Han met an Imperial prisoner named Chewbacca, an encounter that would change his life. databank Mimbanese Mimbanese Red-skinned subterranean dwellers, the Mimbanese once fought alongside Republic clone troopers against the Separatists. Now, they are battling for their planet’s future against the Empire. Imperial mining operations have devastated Mimban’s climate and cleared vast stretches of rain forest, leaving muddy plains behind. The Mimbanese use the mud as camouflage, ambushing Imperial soldiers with improvised and scavenged weapons. databank Mina Bonteri Mina Bonteri A Senator of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Mina Bonteri had been a friend to Padmé Amidala, serving as her mentor on Naboo. Padmé missed her friend dearly, but contact between the Separatist and Republic governments was illegal during the Clone Wars. Nonetheless, Padmé secretly voyaged to Raxus, where she developed a peace accord with Mina. Bonteri proposed the peace overture to the Separatist government, finding support. The corporate barons secretly profiting the war did not agree, however. Mina died under mysterious circumstances, and her peace effort died as well. databank Mining Guild Mining Guild The Mining Guild, operating in concert with the Empire, was a network that harvested natural resources throughout the galaxy. One outpost on a small planetoid, which collected a mysterious green gas, drew the attention of giant purrgil creatures…and the Ghost crew of rebels. After a dramatic confrontation, the facility was destroyed, though the Mining Guild remains powerful. databank Mining Guild excavation driller Mining Guild excavation driller The excavation driller is a large, single-operator machine utilized by the Mining Guild for large-scale excavation and mining operations — including aiding with the Imperial excavation of the Lothal Jedi Temple. databank Mining Guild Security Droid Mining Guild Security Droid Tall with cone-shaped heads, Mining Guild security droids protect the organization’s ore crawlers. They have poor audio receptors, however, and are vulnerable to rear attacks. databank Mining Guild TIE fighter Mining Guild TIE fighter As the Mining Guild was in league with the Empire, its forces were granted certain Imperial weaponry and craft, including TIE fighters. Mining Guild TIE fighters, however, had a distinct yellow color scheme, clearly delineating that they were not in direct service of the Empire. They also had a notch cut in their stabilizers, allowing for improved visibility, but making them lackluster when it came to combat. databank Minister Maketh Tua Minister Maketh Tua Minister Maketh Tua was a proud member of the Empire. With the rise of the Lothal rebels, Minister Tua gained the ire of Grand Moff Tarkin. Darth Vader and Agent Kallus informed her that she would meet with the Imperial leader, and Tua knew her life was in danger. She secretly contacted the Ghost team, looking for safe passage off Lothal in return for the Empire’s secrets. While they were wary, the rebels agreed and set a rendezvous point. It was not to be, however; Darth Vader knew that Tua would try and escape, and used it to his advantage. After she boarded her shuttle and the rebels neared to escort the Minister, the ship exploded. It was all a setup meant to draw out and frame the rebels. Tua was killed, a tool used for Vader’s evil machinations. databank Mira Bridger Mira Bridger Mira Bridger lived on Lothal, a peaceful world, with her husband Ephraim and son Ezra…until the age of the Empire. Along with her husband, she would not bow to their tyranny. The Empire arrested the Bridgers, leaving Mira’s son an orphan and separating the family for years. Sadly, they would never reunite; she and Ephraim died leading a jailbreak, giving up their own lives to free their fellow prisoners. databank Mirialan Mirialan Mirialans are human-like, sentient beings with yellow-green skin, and patterned black markings on their face. databank Mister Borkus Mister Borkus A heavyset, barrel-chested Sullustan, Mister Borkus is the proprietor of a no-frills diner in Pons Ora, a small settlement on the mostly unknown world of Abafar. The opportunistic Borkus stumbled upon a clone commando suffering from amnesia. The soldier had escaped a devastating battle, and was stripped of his memory and his identity. Borkus callously took the clone — Gregor — under his care, never revealing his origin to the grateful survivor. Borkus “generously” offered to give Gregor room and board, at an expense, and also employed him as a dishwasher. But Gregor’s meager wage wasn’t enough to pay for his necessities, and thus the lowly dishwasher was little more than Borkus’s slave. databank Mobile Command center Mobile Command center Imperial mobile command centers are easily transportable, prefabricated buildings used to create a temporary base of operations. The buildings can be made to function as a war room, barracks, mess hall, and more depending on the needs of the operation. databank Modified AT-TE Walker Modified AT-TE Walker All Terrain Tactical Enforcers could be modified as seen in the vehicle of Clone Captain Rex and Clone Commanders Wolffe and Gregor during their retirement. While traveling the dusty plains of Seelos, the clones used their modified AT-TE as both a mobile home and a hunting platform. The hulking walker was equipped with a kitchen, sleeping bunks, and railed walkways and adorned with lanterns and bug catchers. databank Moff Jerjerrod Moff Jerjerrod A chilly technocrat, Tiaan Jerjerrod was responsible for overseeing construction of the second Death Star above the forest moon of Endor. The task was difficult, to say the least — Jerjerrod desperately needed more time and more resources. What he got instead was a visit from Darth Vader. databank Moisture Vaporator Moisture Vaporator Found on desert planets, moisture vaporators were stationary devices that could collected moisture from even the driest of climes. Though they were stationary, they included programming that offered them a binary language that could be used to communicate with droids. On the desert planet of Tatooine, edible mushrooms frequently grew on the vaporators. For moisture farmers to make a living, they would need fields of moisture vaporators, and then security systems to protect them for those who might steal their water. databank Moloch Moloch A White Worm enforcer, Moloch ensures none of Lady Proxima’s scrumrats works against the Grindalid matriarch. He is one of the few Grindalids willing to venture out of the sewers into the damaging Corellian sunlight. These trips require Moloch to don customized protective armor. databank Moloch’s staff Moloch’s staff Moloch carries a curious scepter topped with a clublike head adorned with carvings of writhing scrumrats – an emblem of the Grindalid enforcer’s belief in an afterlife filled with riches. Moloch’s staff is an object of morbid fascination for many scrumrats, who discuss its origins and significance in hushed tones. databank Momaw Nadon Momaw Nadon An exile from Ithor, Momaw Nadon was a rebel sympathizer who cultivated a hidden garden in the mountains south of Mos Eisley. Nadon was in the Mos Eisley Cantina when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived in search of a pilot who could take them to Alderaan without attracting Imperial attention. databank Mon Cala Mon Cala Also known as Mon Calamari or Dac, Mon Cala is a a beautiful aquatic world filled with lush coral reefs and kelp forests bathed by the light of twin suns. It is home to the Mon Calamari and Quarren people. The two cultures have long clashed over their differences, but under the rule of the 82nd King of Mon Cala, Yos Kolina, these disputes were kept civil and respectful. His sudden assassination and the arrival of Separatist forces during the Clone Wars tipped the scales to civil war, with the Quarren staging an uprising against the Mon Calamari, backed by Confederacy forces and Karkaradon leader, Riff Tamson. It was up to the Jedi and Republic envoys to help young Prince Lee-Char, heir to the Mon Cala throne, restore peace to the planet. databank Mon Calamari Mon Calamari The Mon Calamari people are a humanoid, aquatic species with high-domed heads, webbed hands and large, goggle-like eyes. They hail from the oceans of Mon Cala, a planet they share with the Quarren. During the Clone Wars, differences between the two cultures were fanned by Separatist troublemakers to erupt in civil war. During the Galactic Civil War, the Mon Calamari were said to be the soul of the Rebel Alliance. The Empire pressed these gentle, amphibious people into war by subjugating their watery world. In retaliation, the Mon Calamari became one of the key species of the Rebellion, supplying badly needed warships to the outnumbered Alliance fleet. databank Mon Calamari Star Cruiser Mon Calamari Star Cruiser The gentle Mon Calamari people brought more than their determination to restore freedom to the galaxy when they joined the Rebel Alliance. They also brought a fleet of powerful capital ships. These immense vehicles were a startling contrast to the straight-lined shapes favored by the Imperial fleet. Whereas the Imperial Star Destroyer resembles a pointed dagger in shape, a Mon Calamari cruiser lacks hard angles, and is covered with ovoid forms suggesting an organic sculpture. Despite their smooth lines, these vessels pack an enormous punch. Turbolasers, ion cannons, tractor beam projectors and shield generators dot the flowing surface of the ships. databank Mon Mothma Mon Mothma A leader of the Galactic Senate’s Loyalist faction, Mon Mothma opposed Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s policies during the final days of the Republic. Working in secret, she helped found the Rebel Alliance, and served as its civilian leader during the long struggle against the Empire. databank Moraband Moraband An ancient homeworld of the Sith Order, the planet was abandoned after repeated devastation following multiple wars. The red-sands planet is home to the Valley of the Dark Lords, a corridor of ancient monuments that serve as crypts for the Dark Lords of millennia past. The largest monument contains the sarcophagus of Darth Bane, founder of the Rule of Two that helped shape the modern Sith Order. This temple contained a massive execution chamber, where the ancient Sith Lords would sacrifice Jedi prisoners. Yoda ventured to Moraband near the end of the Clone Wars on a spiritual journey initiated by the disembodied voice of Qui-Gon Jinn. With the guidance of five mysterious Force Priestesses, Yoda was subjected to spiritual trials, facing down illusions of ancient Sith warriors conjured by the Priestesses as well as by the power of the dark side. databank Morad Sumar Morad Sumar Morad Sumar was a farmer from Kothar, Lothal, who would often sell his produce in the local marketplace. The Empire, continually expanding its presence on Lothal, pressured Morad to sell his land. He refused, and in retaliation, Imperials destroyed Morad’s homestead and arrested his family. When all hope seemed lost, Ezra Bridger and Zeb Orrelios came to the rescue…with the help of a stolen TIE fighter. databank Morai Morai A convor with a mysterious connection to the Daughter, an ancient god of Mortis, Morai has long followed and watched over Ahsoka Tano. In the world between worlds — a mystical plain inside the Lothal Jedi Temple — Morai encouraged the Padawan Ezra Bridger to save Ahsoka. databank Moralo Eval Moralo Eval Conniving even for Phindian standards, Moralo Eval earned a loathsome reputation as a heartless murderer at a young age. As a boy, he killed his mother, telling authorities he did it because he was “bored.” A lifetime spent as a criminal and a fugitive gave Eval a sharp survival instinct, and he had impressive technical and engineering skills. Life on the run may have also left him deranged; Moralo’s odd mannerisms included talking about himself in the third person. During the Clone Wars, reports surfaced that Moralo was working with Count Dooku, possibly plotting to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine. databank Morley Morley Morley believed in self-preservation. As a serpentine Anacondan eking out a life on the junk planet of Lotho Minor, Morley needed cunning to survive. He would do anything to survive, including cutting a deal with a devilish outcast. When Savage Opress arrived on Lotho Minor, Morley served as his slithering guide through the numerous dangers of the garbage planet, leading the dark warrior to his long-lost brother. databank Moroff Moroff Moroff seeks out combat zones in the galaxy to sell his brawn and firepower to anyone who might need it. Not interested in the details of the Empire versus rebels conflict, the mighty Gigoran mercenary figures there’s money to be made for a towering heavy gunner of great strength. databank Mortis Mortis In an uncharted region of space, Mortis is an ethereal place that defies conventional description. During the Clone Wars, an immense monolith appeared in the Chrelythiumn system, broadcasting an ancient Jedi distress code. Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Ahsoka Tano investigated the kilometers-wide artifact, and were drawn into a paradise realm inhabited by unspeakably powerful Force-wielders. These god-like beings were locked in an eternal struggle for dominance, which made Mortis the fulcrum of the entire galaxy and the Force. databank Mos Eisley Cantina Mos Eisley Cantina The Mos Eisley cantina is a dimly-lit tavern known for its strong drinks, hot tunes, and occasional outbreaks of shocking violence. Most star pilots visiting Tatooine spend their downtime in the cantina, making it an ideal spot to hire a starship’s crew. databank Mos Eisley Spaceport Mos Eisley Spaceport Obi-Wan Kenobi warned Luke Skywalker that he’d never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy than Mos Eisley spaceport, and he was right. The famously lawless port on the surface of Tatooine was home to Hutt servants, rogues and smugglers of all species, lowlifes and fugitives, and desperate people trying to make a living any way they could. Whether one visited during the Clone Wars or under Imperial rule, in Mos Eisley, money talked (in various denominations) and questions weren’t asked. databank Mos Espa Mos Espa Mos Espa is one of few port cities on Tatooine. Domed buildings protect the citizens against the glare of the twin suns and the scorching heat. Among the dwellings, workspaces, and commercial operations of many bizarre kinds there are also entertainment areas, including some of colossal scale. The famed Mos Espa Grand Arena can hold an audience almost as large as the city’s entire population. In the time of the Republic, slavery persisted in Mos Espa, though the despicable trade was outlawed elsewhere. The true powers in control of Mos Espa were the Hutt gangsters, who found slavery a useful institution. databank Mos Espa Grand Arena Mos Espa Grand Arena On the outskirts of Mos Espa was an immense venue for watching the popular Boonta Eve Classic Podrace. Over one hundred thousands beings filled the Mos Espa Grand Arena to capacity during the annual event. For a modest fee, spectators could rent hand-held viewscreens which displayed images recorded by fast-flying Podrace holocams tracking the race. The wealthier of Mos Espa’s residents and guests could afford private viewing boxes separated from the rest of the rabble. databank Mother Talzin Mother Talzin Mother Talzin, the spiritual guide of Dathomir’s Nightsisters during the Clone Wars, held enormous power on her homeworld and wielded the strange magicks of the Nightsisters. She sold the services of the Nightsisters to the galaxy’s wealthy and powerful, but wasn’t above backstabbing any clients who treated her clan with disrespect. She sought revenge against Count Dooku and his master, Darth Sidious. Dooku had betrayed the Nightsister Asajj Ventress, but his crimes paled in comparison with Sidious’s. Long before the Clone Wars, Sidious had promised to make Talzin his right hand, only to renege on his promise and steal her son, Darth Maul, to train as his apprentice. databank Mouse Droid Mouse Droid Mouse droids performed simple tasks aboard starships and in military and corporate facilities. They beeped to themselves as they performed small repairs, delivered messages and guided visitors. occasionally exploding into panicked squeals when confused or frightened. databank MTT MTT A terrifying display of Trade Federation efficiency, the mammoth MTT (Multi Troop Transport) is an armored giant capable of disgorging over a hundred battle droid soldiers into the thick of combat. The vehicle’s bulbous armored front end opens to reveal an articulated deployment rack, upon which rest dozens of compressed battle droids. The rack extends forward and deposits the droids into neatly organized rows. Upon activation from an orbiting Droid Control Ship, the droids unfold into their humanoid configuration. During the Clone Wars, the Separatist Army used MTTs in Confederacy livery to transport their infantry troops to many battlefields. databank mudtroopers mudtroopers Formally known as Imperial swamp troopers, mudtroopers are part of the Imperial Army, whose infantry is gradually being phased out in favor of stormtroopers. Mudtroopers wear partial armor, augmented with respiratory gear and sealed bodysuits for combat in unhealthy environments such as Mimban. Han Solo served as a corporal with the 224th Imperial Armored Division, a new incarnation of the Mud Jumpers of the Clone Wars. databank Mustafar Mustafar A tiny, fiery planet in the Outer Rim, Mustafar maintains an erratic orbit between two gas giants. Mustafar is rich in unique and valuable minerals which have long been mined by the Tech Union. Its lava pits and rivers make this planet a dangerous habitat; its natives have burly, tough bodies that can withstand extreme heat. The planet became the backdrop for the fateful duel between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker. After the rise of the Empire, captured Jedi were brought to the volcanic world for interrogation and execution. databank Mygeeto Mygeeto A frigid Outer Rim planet marked by jagged crystalline landscapes, Mygeeto was the homeworld of the Lurmen and controlled by the InterGalactic Banking Clan. During the Outer Rim Sieges, Ki-Adi-Mundi and clone forces under Commander Bacara battled Separatist droids for control of Mygeeto. When Supreme Chancellor Palpatine issued Order 66, Bacara and his clones shot their Jedi General dead. databank Mykapo Mykapo Mykapo was the homeworld of Jun Sato, a commander in the rebellion. As the Empire solidified its hold on the planet, the rebels evacuated sympathetic citizens off the world. The Empire later used Sato’s nephew, a young rebel named Mart Mattin, as bait to draw the commander and his fleet out. While neither were captured, and the rebels disabled an Imperial light cruiser in an impressive display of battlefield creativity, the Empire maintained control of Mykapo. databank Mynock Mynock Despised by starship captains, mynocks are leathery-winged parasites found winging through deep space, roosting in asteroid fields and sometimes lurking in damp locations, including the innards of space slugs. Mynocks chew power cables and devour energy conductors, and can drain a starship’s energy reserves. Wise captains check for power fluctuations and other signs of infestations, cleaning off mynocks in port before raising ship. databank Naboo Naboo An idyllic world close to the border of the Outer Rim Territories, Naboo is inhabited by peaceful humans known as the Naboo, and an indigenous species of intelligent amphibians called the Gungans. Naboo’s surface consists of swampy lakes, rolling plains and green hills. Its population centers are beautiful — Naboo’s river cities are filled with classical architecture and greenery, while the underwater Gungan settlements are a beautiful display of exotic hydrostatic bubble technology. databank Naboo N-1 Starfighter Naboo N-1 Starfighter Protecting the skies and space around Naboo is the N-1 starfighter. Its sleek design exemplifies the philosophy of art and function witnessed throughout Naboo technology. Its twin radial J-type engines are capped in gleaming chrome and trail long delicate-looking finials behind the ship’s single-pilot compartment. Behind the pilot sits a standard astromech droid, plugged into an abbreviated, ventrally-fed socket which requires the droid to compress slightly in order to fit within the vessel’s curves. The fighter features twin blaster cannons, twin fire-linked torpedo launchers, and a capable automatic pilot feature. databank Naboo Royal Cruiser Naboo Royal Cruiser A custom-built J-type diplomatic barge, this chromed Naboo royal cruiser carried no armament, relying on a fighter escort for protection during space travel. Shortly before the Clone Wars, Senator Padmé Amidala’s party traveled to Coruscant aboard her royal cruiser to vote on the creation of a Republic military. The cruiser exploded on the landing pad, seemingly killing Amidala – but she had switched places with her handmaiden Cordé and so survived the assassination attempt. databank Naboo Royal Guards Naboo Royal Guards The Naboo Security Forces are the volunteer organization responsible for policing Naboo and protecting the Queen and her people. Trained in hand-to-hand combat and marksmanship, the members of the Naboo Royal Security Forces are well-prepared to defend against acts of terrorism, including assassination attempts on the Queen. However, they are not a standing army and cannot contend with a massive assault, such as the Trade Federation invasion. The Security Forces include the Security Guard, the Palace Guard, and the Space Fighter Corps. databank Naboo Royal Handmaidens Naboo Royal Handmaidens The Naboo Royal Handmaidens are a group of young women handpicked to aid the Queen of Naboo. On the surface, it appears as if the handmaidens only assist with the Queen’s gowns, hairstyles, and makeup. However, they are all trained in self-defense and remain vigilant against any threats to their sovereign. In fact, during times of turmoil, a handmaiden actually poses as the Queen. The Naboo Royal Handmaidens have been selected for their various talents as well as for their resemblance to the Queen, which is useful if a decoy is required. After being invited to join the Queen’s entourage, each handmaiden was trained in self defense and marksmanship. They often carry small, concealable blasters. databank Naboo Royal Starship Naboo Royal Starship The Naboo Royal Starship boasts a strikingly beautiful design that embodies the craftsmanship that prevailed in the peaceful years of the Republic. The polished, streamlined J-type 327 Nubian vessel lacks any offensive weaponry, but does feature strong shields and a competent hyperdrive. During the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo, Queen Amidala and her retinue escaped aboard the Royal Starship. Piloted by Ric Olie, the vessel narrowly avoided the Trade Federation blockade, though its hyperdrive was damaged. The ship limped to Tatooine, where a replacement T-14 hyperdrive generator was procured. databank Nail Nail A gruff alien woman, Nail is Jyn Erso’s cellmate in Wobani’s grim LEG-817 labor camp. The other prisoners have given her the derisive nickname “Kennel” for the parasites infesting her filthy jacket. Nail is with Jyn aboard a repurposed turbo tank when rebel forces raid Wobani to free Jyn. databank Nal Hutta Nal Hutta A ringed, marshy bog planet controlled by the Hutts, Nal Hutta has long been a haven for criminal activity, far from the prying eyes of galactic authorities. Its hot atmosphere is frequently streaked by greasy rain, creating a fetid sauna in which Hutts are most comfortable. Hutt cities are built on what little firm land there is, including the sprawling spaceport market of Bilbousa. A number of floating homes also dot the bayous — visitors traverse the bogs on repulsorlift fanboats, risking the attention of dragonsnakes and other dangerous creatures. databank Nala Se Nala Se As Kamino’s chief medical scientist, Nala Se played a key role in engineering the Grand Army of the Republic – and worked to protect the army’s secrets. She cared for clones injured on the battlefield, supervising their rehabilitation even when Separatist attacks threatened her own life as well as the lives of soldiers. But she had a ruthless side as well, insisting to Jedi General Shaak Ti that the clones were Kaminoan property to be disposed of as their creators saw fit. Nala Se knew of the bio-chips implanted in the clones to ensure that they obeyed protocols such as Order 66. Obeying the orders of Count Dooku – whom she knew as Lord Tyranus – she sought to keep these implants secret from the Jedi. databank Nambi Ghima Nambi Ghima A young Aki-Aki girl, Nambi Ghima greets Rey at the Festival of Ancestors on Pasaana, offering a husk necklace as a gesture of welcome and inviting Rey to share her family history. Such hospitality is a trademark of even the youngest Aki-Aki. databank Namua Namua With his short tentacles tucked pertly into a single tail at the nape of his neck, Namua keeps his large black eyes on events unfolding around him on the Colossus. Curious and inquisitive to the point of being invasive, he’s never afraid to insert himself in a new situation even when it doesn’t involve him. databank Naraka Naraka The Empire erected prisons throughout the galaxy, holding everyone from dissidents to petty criminals. On Naraka, a world of haze and rock, a prison was built into the planet itself, making escape especially difficult. The Ghost crew, however, pulled it off, rescuing the pirate Hondo Ohnaka. databank Narglatch Narglatch Narglatches were the vicious and predatory mounts favored by the Talz on Orto Plutonia. They’re stealthy predators that can be suited to many climates, including the icy tundra of their homeworld. Their hides are collected as trophies by Trandoshans as well as other cultures. Narglatches cut an imposing figure and are typically colored blue to blend into their snowy environs. databank Nautolan Nautolan Nautolans are amphibious beings with tentacles draping over their shoulders and large black eyes from the planet Glee Anselm. Jedi Kit Fisto was a notable Nautolan. databank Nebulon-B Frigate Nebulon-B Frigate These versatile rebel cruisers were often used to escort rebel convoys, protecting ships from Imperial patrols with an array of powerful turbolasers and tractor beams. After his confrontation with Darth Vader on Cloud City, Luke Skywalker recovered from his injuries aboard a Nebulon-B medical frigate. These escort ships were part of the rebel armada that assaulted the second Death Star at Endor. databank Neeku Vozo Neeku Vozo Bright and optimistic, Neeku is a trustworthy and kind-hearted member of the Colossus community. He speaks honestly and takes everyone quite literally, sometimes making what he has to say unintentionally hilarious. But despite his quirks, Neeku’s logical way of thinking makes him one of the best mechanics on the platform. databank Neepers Panpick Neepers Panpick A private investigator based in Canto Bight’s Old City, Neepers Panpick knows more than anyone about what the resort city’s power brokers are up to – and what they want to keep secret. While not a member of Canto Bight’s elite, Panpick dresses well to keep from attracting notice when his job forces him to rub elbows with the super-rich. databank Neimoidian Neimoidian Neimoidians are a humanoid species with green skin, large single-colored eyes, and no nose. They are notorious for running the Trade Federation, who joined the Separatist movement and started the Clone Wars. databank Neimoidian Escort Shuttle Neimoidian Escort Shuttle For transit from their enormous Trade Federation battleships to the surface of their economically or militarily conquered worlds, Neimoidian officials travel in a distinctively shaped Neimoidian escort shuttle. Curved insect-like landing gears lower from the ship’s belly, giving the craft’s legs a pincer-like appearance as it settles on a landing pad. databank Nena Nena Known as Nena to her friends, Nenavakasa Nalor is a survivor. Captured by pirates as a young girl, Nena was sold to the Hutts and worked as a slave for years before bravely making her escape. Now she prefers to work alone and has trouble trusting anyone, but finds a friend and willing listener in her fellow Nikto engineer, Neeku, after she’s brought onboard the Colossus. Nena is a cunning engineer, but in other ways she isn’t quite what she seems. databank Nexu Nexu A fierce and agile predator, the nexu was one of a trio of deadly beasts unleashed by the Geonosians upon Anakin Skywalker, Padmé Amidala and Obi-Wan Kenobi in the execution arena. The nexu’s broad face was split by a terrifying tooth-filled maw, and four eyes glinted from atop its spade-shaped head. Its wiry, supple muscles were visible beneath its fine coat, and sharp curving quills lined its spine. A naked, forked prehensile tail trailed it, aiding in balance, and its arms and legs terminated in large curved claws. databank Nhego Roolan Nhego Roolan It has recently come to light that Nhego Roolan’s mysterious past intersected with that of Kada Jahr, and more interestingly, with that of her father Arann. While Arann’s death remains a puzzle, some signs point to Nhego and Arran’s past partnership in a large smuggling operation. Nhego is a dark and brooding individual, and often hard to track down. His interests lie mostly in personal acquisition of power and credits, but is sometimes found provoking small forces of the Rebel Alliance or the Empire into battle, or attempting to manipulate Kada into joining him. databank Nien Nunb Nien Nunb A native of Sullust, Nien Nunb was a smuggler who fought for both the Rebel Alliance and the Resistance during his long career. An expert pilot, he served as Lando Calrissian’s co-pilot aboard the Millennium Falcon during the Battle of Endor, flew an X-wing in the raid on Starkiller Base and survived the First Order’s assault on Crait. He was then killed fighting for freedom at Exegol. databank Night Buzzard Night Buzzard The Knights of Ren travel aboard a converted dungeon ship with crudely modified engines that spew noxious smoke – a perfect headquarters for the vicious band of warriors that travel within its ominous black-steeled hull. databank Nightbrothers Nightbrothers For centuries, a simple society of male Zabrak warriors known as the Nightbrothers lived on Dathomir where they were governed by their counterparts the Nightsisters, witches that ruled the planet before they were decimated during the Clone Wars. Territorial and extremely hostile to outsiders, the finest fighters among the Nightbrothers — including Darth Maul and Savage Opress — were known for highly acrobatic maneuvers, optimal agility, and a proficient use of mixed combat styles to help them surprise and best equally skilled opponents. databank Nightsister Crystal Ball Nightsister Crystal Ball The Nightsisters of Dathomir tap into deep, dark wells of the Force that were virtually unknown to those who clung to the teachings of the Jedi or Sith. With their unique connection to the Force, Mother Talzin was able to craft a crystal ball to see visions of the future or to locate individuals such as Savage Opress or Darth Maul. databank Nightsister Zombies Nightsister Zombies The world Dathomir holds many dark secrets — such as ancient incantations that could raise the dead. When the planet was attacked by the Separatists during the Clone Wars, the most ancient and knowledgeable of the Nightsister clan used her power to stir the bodies of the Nightsisters graveyard. From preserved cocoons built to resemble the trees of Dathomir emerged mummified warriors. The shrieking zombies mindlessly attacked their enemies, swarming over battle droids in droves. databank Nightsisters Nightsisters The Nightsisters are a coven of witches that lived on the mysterious world of Dathomir. The sisters ruled unchallenged, gifted with the power to wield dark magicks. The men of Dathomir, the Nightbrothers, lived apart from the witches, but were subservient to their whims. Despite their power, the Nightsisters avoided the conflict of the Republic and Sith, content to pursue their own matters. The Jedi gave them a wide berth, for they remain focused on matters on Dathomir. Count Dooku has had dealings with them in the past, and turned to them when he was in need of a new apprentice. Their betrayal of Dooku earned the Nightsisters a powerful enemy, and he ordered a massive attack by his droid forces in retribution. databank Nightwatcher Worm Nightwatcher Worm Nightwatcher worms are one of Jakku’s more mysterious life forms. These creatures, also known as sandborers and Arconan night terrors, are rarely seen – only a blinking pair of red eyes betrays their location beneath the sands. Nightwatchers top 20 meters in length when mature, and some specimens are reputed to be much larger. Scavenger lore has it that nightwatchers hunt by sensing vibrations above them, erupting from beneath the sand with their jaws wide to engulf prey. databank Niima Outpost Niima Outpost Jakku’s most significant settlement, Niima Outpost is little more than a bazaar, some hard-packed dirt that passes for a spaceport, and the compound of junk boss Unkar Plutt. The little settlement – named for its late founder, Niima the Hutt – is dominated by Unkar and his thugs, who control the market for salvage found by scavengers in the nearby Graveyard of Ships. databank Nikto (Green) Nikto (Green) Green-skinned Nikto (a.k.a. Kadas’sa’Nikto), a subspecies from Kintan, shared many traits with the Kajain’sa’Nikto (red Nikto): scaly skin, black eyes, and symmetrical horns, the latter of which would often decorate their faces. Green Nikto were also seen across the galaxy, and much like the red Nikto, were well acclimated to desert climates, as evidenced by their presence on Tatooine. One notable green Nikto was Klaatu, an inveterate gambler and henchman of Jabba the Hutt. databank Nikto (Red) Nikto (Red) The red Nikto (a.k.a. Kajain’sa’Nikto) were a humanoid alien species hailing from the planet Kintan, featuring coarse, scaly skin that was marked horns and spikes. Like the Kadas’sa’Nikto, or green-skinned Nikto, they were found from world to world; several were in the employ of Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine, and Ima-Gun Di was a notable Jedi Master during the final days of the Republic. databank Nils Tenant Nils Tenant Nils Tenant was a human male who served the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars, eventually raising to the rank of Rear Admiral in the Navy. His friendship with Wilhuff Tarkin led to his advancement to Admiral in the Imperial Navy after Palpatine declared himself Emperor. Sometime after that, he was chosen as one of the Joint Chiefs of the Imperial Military that served the Empire. databank Ninth Sister Ninth Sister A hulking Dowutin who was trained by the Jedi, the Ninth Sister is an imposing and dangerous Inquisitor. Her mastery of the Force is further enhanced by an extraordinary empathic ability to read minds. While less agile than other Inquisitors, during combat she utilizes her massive size, brute strength, and Jedi training to gain any advantage over her opponents. databank Nix Card Nix Card Nix Card was a Muun who served as the Galactic Senate’s representative from the Banking Clan during the Clone Wars. At one point, he worked closely with Count Dooku to manipulate the senate into deregulating the banks by any means necessary, including bombing plots. databank Nix Jerd Nix Jerd The bombardier aboard Resistance bomber Cobalt Hammer, Nix Jerd hails from the Mid Rim world of Lantillies. His bomber flies into the teeth of the First Order’s defenses above D’Qar, targeting a massive Siege Dreadnought. As explosions rattle Cobalt Hammer, Nix keeps a firm grip on the remote trigger that will release the bomber’s payload. databank Nixus Nixus A planet of ice and frozen terrain, Nixus was frigid but not inhospitable. The world was populated, featuring a diverse populace — including the slimy crime lord Azmorigan. It was on Nixus that Azmorigan encountered the legendary pirate Hondo Ohnaka and met Ezra Bridger for the second time, though they managed to escape the gangster’s clutches. databank Noghri Noghri An alien species, Noghri are hairless, feature a row of horns atop their heads, and walk with a simian gait. They stand upright but run on all fours, able to leap great heights and jump long distances. In addition, Noghri are also gifted with a strong sense of smell, making them excellent trackers — much like Grand Admiral Thrawn’s personal assassin, Rukh. databank Norath Norath Resistance spy Norath Kev is on a secret mission to gather valuable intel on the First Order, tracking the rising threat through black market activity at Vargo Spaceport on Varkana. databank Nossor Ri Nossor Ri The chieftain of the Quarren people on Mon Cala, Nossor Ri was a friend to Mon Calamari King Yos Kolina, despite their clashing viewpoints. He was saddened by the shocking murder of the king, but could not support the rise of Prince Lee-Char, heir to the throne. Nossor believed Lee-Char was too young and inexperienced to lead the planet. Goaded by a Separatist “adviser,” Riff Tamson, Nossor Ri called for new leadership, and a chance for a Quarren to hold the throne. The Quarren chieftain would come to regret siding with Tamson and the Separatists. databank NR-N99 Persuader-class Tank Droid NR-N99 Persuader-class Tank Droid With a massive central tread, the NR-N99 Persuader-class tank droid is the favored tank of the Corporate Alliance. Manufactured by the Techno Union, they were fast, well-armored, were well-suited to a variety of terrain, and had significant firepower. One enterprising young wookiee managed to destroy one with an explosive charge in one of the final battles of the Clone Wars on Kashyyyk. databank Numa Numa A Twi’lek child who lived on the planet Ryloth during the Clone Wars, Numa escaped being captured by the Separatist droid army by hiding in tunnels beneath the town of Nabat. Two clone troopers from Ghost Company — Boil and Waxer — discovered Numa while on a recon mission. She showed them the tunnels, which Obi-Wan Kenobi then used to free the Twi’lek prisoners and defeat the town’s Separatist occupiers. databank Numidian Prime Numidian Prime The jungle planet of Numidian Prime is located on the edge of the Mid Rim, a warm and beautiful rainforest paradise that’s also a haven for smugglers and thieves trying to avoid outstanding debts. databank Nuna Nuna Native to the swamps of Naboo, these flightless birds are famously stupid, but also adaptable and easy to care for. Nunas have spread across the galaxy, prized for their meat and eggs. databank Nute Gunray Nute Gunray Neimoidians are known for their business skills, but Nute Gunray, Viceroy of the Trade Federation, was more cutthroat than most. It was Gunray who conspired with the Sith Lord Darth Sidious to launch the blockade and subsequent invasion of Naboo. Once the planet was under siege, Gunray attempted to force Queen Amidala to sign a treaty that would legitimize the occupation. Amidala escaped, and returned to infiltrate her own palace and blast through Gunray’s protectors. Arrested by Republic officials, Gunray was carted off to answer for his crimes, but evaded imprisonment and kept his post. databank O-Mer O-Mer A Cerean youngling who became a fugitive on the Trandoshan hunters’ moon of Wasskah, O-Mer resigned himself to life on the run — until Ahsoka Tano rallied him and his fellow Jedi to fight back against the cruel hunters. Using his Jedi skills for something other than hiding and fleeing, O-Mer proved instrumental in the attack on the Trandoshan base, and won his way back to freedom. databank Oba Diah Oba Diah The Pykes ran their affairs from the planet Oba Diah, where they dwelled in decadent luxury among mountain crags and busy spaceports where much illicit cargo changed hands. During the Clone Wars, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi came to Oba Diah, where they investigated a conspiracy leading back more than a decade. They discovered the Pykes had shot down a shuttle belonging to the Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas on their planet’s moon and given Sifo-Dyas’s body to Count Dooku, known to them as Tyranus, in return for his assistance against other crime families. But the Pykes didn’t tell Dooku that Supreme Chancellor Valorum’s aide Silman had survived the crash, and kept him locked away as insurance. The Pykes gave Silman to Anakin and Obi-Wan, but Dooku arrived and killed Silman before he could be questioned. databank Oba Diah’s Moon Oba Diah’s Moon During the Clone Wars, the Jedi received a distress signal on Coruscant from a long-lost ship – the Jedi shuttle belonging to Sifo-Dyas, who’d died more than a decade earlier. Plo Koon and a detachment of clone troopers tracked the signal to a bleak moon orbiting Oba Diah, searching through howling dust storms until they found the wreckage. Inside the shattered shuttle, Plo found Sifo-Dyas’s lightsaber. This clue would lead the Jedi into a web of deceit involving the Pyke Syndicate, the Kaminoans, the clone armies of the Republic and the hidden Dark Lord of the Sith. databank Obi-Wan Kenobi Obi-Wan Kenobi A legendary Jedi Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi was a noble man and gifted in the ways of the Force. He trained Anakin Skywalker, served as a general in the Republic Army during the Clone Wars, and guided Luke Skywalker as a mentor. databank Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Lightsabers Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Lightsabers During his years as a Jedi, Obi-Wan Kenobi fought with three lightsabers. His first had a blue plasma blade and a hilt similar to that of his master, Qui-Gon Jinn. Obi-Wan used this weapon until Darth Maul kicked it into a deep shaft on Naboo. He then constructed a new, blue-bladed lightsaber with a similar design. After attaining the rank of Jedi Master, Obi-Wan built a third saber, also with a blue plasma blade. He used this saber until he sacrificed his life aboard the Death Star, allowing himself to be struck down by Darth Vader so Luke Skywalker could escape. databank Obi-Wan’s House Obi-Wan’s House After the fall of the Republic and the near-extinction of the Jedi Order, Obi-Wan Kenobi spent his exile in a simple adobe house in Tatooine’s Jundland Wastes. There, he learned to commune with the spirit of his former master Qui-Gon Jinn and watched over Anakin Skywalker’s son Luke. When Darth Vader captured Princess Leia over Tatooine, she hid the Death Star plans in R2-D2’s memory banks and gave the little droid the coordinates of Kenobi’s home. databank Ochi of Bestoon Ochi of Bestoon During his infamous career, Ochi of Bestoon was a hunter of Sith relics, a ruthless assassin, and a devotee of the dark side of the Force. After the fall of the Empire, Luke Skywalker sought Ochi with the help of Lando Calrissian, only to have the trail go cold on Pasaana. Years later, Rey would find Ochi’s remains – and discover the relic hunter’s story was the key to unlocking the mystery of her own origins. databank Octuptarra Droid Octuptarra Droid These gigantic droids loomed over the battlefields of the Clone Wars, striding towards their targets on three legs. Electronic eyes let them see in all directions, and their laser cannons gave them a 360-degree field of fire. Smaller versions battled Republic forces on worlds such as Utapau and Mygeeto. databank Ody Mandrell Ody Mandrell A Tatooine native, Ody Mandrell was a foolhardy thrill-seeker who entered the fateful Boonta Eve Classic that saw the liberation of Anakin Skywalker. During a pit stop in the heat of the race, Mandrell suffered career-shattering misfortune. One of his record-setting pit droids was sucked into his massive engine intakes, crippling his Podracer. databank Office of Acquisitions Office of Acquisitions Business partners Flix and Orka run a tidy business on the Colossus platform, the Office of Acquisitions. While fussy Flix handles the books for the business, Orka negotiates with customers at the counter, selling quality tech and secondhand parts both routine and rare. Along with their pet gorg, Bitey, and their Pit droid, the team rarely closes up shop, but will sometimes leave the business in the capable hands of Kazuda Xiono when they need a day off. databank Officer Sharest Officer Sharest Lead Transport Security Officer Falthina Sharest works at Coronet Spaceport, where she has seen her workday expand without a corresponding increase in pay. Sharest makes up the difference by seizing contraband from foolish or unlucky travelers for surreptitious resale. When offered a vial of valuable coaxium, Sharest sees the chance for a big payday. databank Oga Garra Oga Garra The elusive local crime boss of Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, few have seen Oga in the flesh and have lived to tell the tale. She has earned an infamous, almost mythical reputation among smugglers, criminals, and prominent figures of the underworld. Even the mere mention of her name sets the locals on edge. Many local Batuuans wonder whether she’ll finally make an appearance now that the First Order has arrived on Black Spire Outpost, but she remains hidden, preferring to run her cantina and the outpost in the shadows. databank Oga’s Cantina Oga’s Cantina Oga’s Cantina is a notorious local watering hole in Black Spire Outpost known for its shady clientele of bounty hunters, smugglers, and off-worlders sampling unique concoctions, conducting shady business, and encountering friends and foes. Run by the local crime boss, Oga Garra, the cantina adheres to a strict code of conduct that tries to keep its unruly patrons in check. With a history of being a smugglers’ safe haven and a popular stopping point for those seeking to avoid the authorities, Oga’s Cantina has a story or two to tell. Musical entertainment is provided courtesy of former pilot droid RX-24, who has been reprogrammed and renamed to DJ R-3X. databank Okalin Okalin Okalin, advisor to the throne of Onderon, carefully monitored the unrest on the divided planet. With a network of contacts spread throughout the walled city of Iziz, Okalin was able to stay abreast of the shifting tides of fears and sympathy that gripped the Onderonian citizens during the Clone Wars. Okalin warned King Sanjay Rash of terrorist strikes that threatened his life, but the even-tempered advisor was careful not to provoke the ire of the king or his war leaders. databank Old Daka Old Daka The oldest and wisest of the Nightsisters clan, Old Daka’s knowledge of the arcane magicks was unprecedented. When the Separatists launched a devastating attack on Dathomir, and the Nightsisters were outnumbered by General Grievous’s droid forces, Mother Talzin retreated into the depths of the witches’ lair and called upon Old Daka for help. Daka used an ancient incantation to summon the dead from the Nightsisters’ graveyard, bolstering their number with zombie hordes. databank Old Jho Old Jho Old Jho is a longtime resident of Lothal who saw the planet go through many changes — including its eventual descent into a center for Imperial administration. He owns Old Jho’s Pit Stop saloon, a popular destination in a Lothal spaceport, and helps rebels looking to strike against the Empire. databank Old Jho’s Pit Stop Old Jho’s Pit Stop Located in a Lothal spaceport, Old Jho’s Pit Stop is a popular cantina for locals and travelers alike. databank Oleg Oleg Nazhros Oleg was a caustic cadet at Lothal’s Imperial Academy who never missed a chance to undermine his comrades, seizing every advantage in assessment tests and behaving selfishly on training missions. After Jai Kell stunned Oleg while escaping the academy with an undercover Ezra Bridger, Oleg suspected Zare Leonis had played a role in their escape. Oleg tried to push Zare into revealing his secret while relishing training missions that let him bully and interrogate Lothal citizens. One mission revealed an operation transporting black-market goods on Lothal, but the cadet didn’t know his uncles were involved in this illegal trade. This revelation led to Oleg’s dismissal from the academy. databank Oma Tres Oma Tres As a bartender in Kijimi City’s infamous Spice Runners’ Den, Oma Tres has heard his share of discord – and on occupied Kijimi, the drums of war are part of the soundtrack of life. Tres can only hope the present strife will reach its crescendo and be followed by an era of harmony. databank Onaconda Farr Onaconda Farr The Senator from Rodia, Onaconda Farr had long been a friend and ally to Padmé Amidala. Farr disappointed many when he briefly allied his world to the Separatist cause, but he saw the error of his ways and returned to the Republic fold with Amidala’s help. Nonetheless, the damage was done, and some in the Senate were not willing to forgive and forget. databank Onca Onca Together with his brother Bulduga, Onca was part of a legendary bounty hunting team. While Bulduga fancied himself a fast-drawing gunslinger, Onca was slower, unable to overcome the bulk of his Ithorian build to snap off shots as quickly as his brother could. Instead, Onca favored firepower over flash or finesse. He often carried more than one blaster rifle at a time, including a sawed-off one. databank Onderon Onderon In its earliest ages of civilization, Onderon was a world marked with savage jungles that were filled with dangerous creatures. To survive, the primitive human inhabitants of the planet protected themselves behind the walls of fortified settlements. Over time, these grew to become enormous walled cities, like the planet’s capital, Iziz. In the modern era, during the time of the Clone Wars, the planet’s monarch King Sanjay Rash allied Onderon to the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Many Onderonians, however, refused to recognize the legitimacy of Sanjay’s rule — they preferred the neutral stance championed by former monarch Ramsis Dendup, whom Rash ousted. databank Onderon Rebels Onderon Rebels During the Clone Wars, the Galactic Republic had little recourse with worlds that willingly sided with the Separatist Alliance — the rules of engagement enforced by the Senate and the Jedi Order contained the battlefield to contested worlds. But what of planets where the Separatist banner did not garner unanimous support among its populace? When an insurgency on Onderon refused to recognize the legitimacy of its monarch and began a rebellion to oust both the king and the Separatist influence on the planet, Anakin Skywalker saw an opportunity: If the Jedi could train and equip the rebels on Onderon, these freedom-fighters would keep the Separatists occupied during the Clone Wars. databank Oniho Zaya Oniho Zaya Oniho Zaya lives in the fathier stables of the Canto Casino, doing chores and trying to avoid Bargwill Tomder’s wrath. An imaginative boy, Oniho has a knack for storytelling, and entertains the other children with heroic tales set long ago and far away. databank Oola Oola A green-skinned Twi’lek, Oola was one of Jabba’s slaves, forced to dance for the Hutt’s pleasure. When Oola resisted Jabba’s orders one time too many, the cruel Hutt dropped her into the rancor’s cave beneath his throne room — a one-way trip taken by many who no longer pleased the crimelord. databank Oora Oora When the Inquisitors were tasked with hunting down all Force-sensitive children, they made their way to Oora’s home — the Ithorian’s baby, Pypey, was connected with the mystical energy field. Thanks to some quick thinking, Oora sent Pypey away with a family droid, and the Ghost crew later saved the child from the Empire. databank Oosalon Mesa Oosalon Mesa A barren world, the Inquisitors dueled the rebels Kanan Jarrus and Ezra Bridger over its black, rocky landscape. databank Opee Sea Killer Opee Sea Killer A creature lurking in the abyss of Naboo, the opee sea killer is an amalgam of evolutionary traits found in other animals. It has armor and limbs like a crustacean, but has the massive hinged jaws of other fishes. The opee is a silent hunter, typically lying in wait, clinging motionless to rocky crags. When it spots a tasty morsel, the creature captures its quarry with a long sticky tongue that drags struggling prey into a mouth filled with double rows of teeth. databank Opeepit Opeepit The Colossus platform is home to many hardworking alien species, including a seemingly lone figure who can be found walking through the corridors with a trusty machine to keep the floors spotless. databank Oplock Oplock With a jubilant greeting in his native tongue, Oplock can be off-putting to those who don’t speak Cracek, the language of the Esral’sa’Niktos, a Nikto subspecies more commonly referred to as the mountain Nikto. But Oplock is a trusted mechanic and loyal friend to Marcus Speedstar, perhaps one of the only friends or family members to stand by him despite past infractions that have cost others their lives. When Speedstar’s past catches up to them on the Colossus, it’s Oplock who must pay for the racer’s misdeeds when he’s taken hostage by the Guavian Death Gang until his boss has made good on his debt. databank Oppo Rancisis Oppo Rancisis A snakelike Thisspiasian, Oppo Rancisis’s long life seeking to keep peace in the galaxy culminated in his appointment to the Jedi Council in the years before the Battle of Naboo. databank Orbital Bombardment Cannon Orbital Bombardment Cannon Orbital bombardment cannons such as those sported by the First Order Siege Dreadnought Fulminatrix pack enough firepower to blast through planetary shields and incinerate targets on the ground – a dangerous new advance in warships’ capabilities. databank Ord Mantell Ord Mantell In the waning days of the Republic Ord Mantell housed a base of operations for the Black Sun crime syndicate. During the Clone Wars a battle was fought on the planet between the separatists and the Shadow Collective, of which Black Sun was a member. Later, Rebel Alliance general and former smuggler Han Solo had a run-in with a bounty hunter on the planet. databank ordnance launcher ordnance launcher Enfys Nest’s Cloud-Riders rarely seek to destroy their targets; rather, they immobilize opponents so they can plunder cargoes at their leisure. A typical Cloud-Rider weapon is the Merr-Sonn Munitions K21C portable ordnance launcher, loaded with cable-rockets for binding enemies. databank Ore Crawler Ore Crawler As its name suggests, an ore crawler is a massive vehicle that scours terrain for energy sources. Developed by the Mining Guild, an ore crawler also burns up earth as it searches for raw materials, leaving landscapes and natural habitats devastated. The Empire, through the Mining Guild, uses ore crawlers — and the slaves within — to support its factories. databank Orka Orka Orka and his partner Flix run the Office of Acquisitions on the Colossus. Orka is a smooth-talking and business-savvy Chadra-Fan shopkeeper who has a reputation for convincing bargain hunters to spend their credits for only the best. But he takes a liking to Kaz, and is willing to barter with the young pilot for some juicy grub. databank Orn Free Taa Orn Free Taa A corpulent, corrupt Twi’lek Senator from Ryloth, Orn Free Taa was disliked on his homeworld for enriching himself on Coruscant and enmeshing himself in politics, becoming a leading power broker in the Senate. Free Taa was one of the Republic’s leading Loyalists and a strong backer of the military, but his indulgences made him a symbol of everything the Separatists considered rotten about the Republic. databank Orphne Orphne Dwelling deep beneath the surface of Aleen is a strange being known as Orphne. Of reptilian descent with a quick tongue and a clever wit, Orphne knows of the delicate balance that must be maintained between the surface and subsurface worlds. The nymph was witness to the upsetting of this balance when a passage between both worlds was inadvertently breached, which resulted in tumultuous ground quakes shaking the planet. databank Orray Orray Orrays, native to Geonosis, are sturdy quadrupeds used for a variety of purposes by the Geonosians. They serve as mounts for the picadors in the execution arena as well pull the carts that carry condemned prisoners to their deaths. The orrays in the Geonosis arena all have metal caps that cover the stumps of their removed tails. databank Orto Plutonia Orto Plutonia Ice world in the Pantoran system that is home to the Talz. databank Oruba the Hutt Oruba the Hutt A ruling member of the Grand Hutt Council, Oruba was an ancient Hutt, taken to affectations like his rakish chapeau and expensive wrap. Oruba’s pale skin — a genetic defect that left him bereft of pigment — was prone to cracking, meaning the gangster often pampered himself to keep from unsightly chafing. Oruba would regularly convene with his fellow Hutt councilors in the halls of the Great Hutt Council on Nal Hutta. databank Osi Sobeck Osi Sobeck Fiery-tempered and cruel, Osi Sobeck was born to be the warden of so hope-draining an installation as the Citadel, an infamous prison designed to hold rogue Jedi. Commanded by the Separatists, Sobeck did what he could to please his new master, Count Dooku. databank Otoh Gunga Otoh Gunga Beneath the surface of Lake Paonga on Naboo is a spectacular Gungan city. A crowning achievement of unique Gungan technology, the city appears as a glittering cluster of jewel-like bubbles. The bubbles are hydrostatic force-fields that contain breathable atmospheres for the city’s inhabitants. Though they are rigid enough to keep the water out, they can be breached by Gungans swimming to and from the city. The architecture of Otoh Gunga is sweeping in shape because Gungans actually grow the building material of their cities. Inside Otoh Gunga is the High Board Room of the Gungan Rep Council. databank Otomok Medallion Otomok Medallion Rose Tico and her sister Paige wear twin medallions stylized to look like a snowgrape leaf, the emblem of the devastated Otomok system they call home. The medallions are made of Haysian smelt, an incredibly efficient conductor. databank Otua Blank Otua Blank A disgustingly indulgent Belugan alien, Lord Otua Blank ruled the small planet of Quarzite with an iron fist. He marshaled an elite military force that protected his domain, but that weren’t skilled enough to deal with the most elite of his enemies, the Kage warriors. Blank hired Boba Fett’s crew of bounty hunters to protect a precious cargo delivery to his subterranean lair from the Kage marauders that prowled the underground. databank Owen Lars Owen Lars Owen Lars continued his father Cliegg’s efforts to build his homestead into a productive farm, working alongside his wife, Beru. Helping with the dreary chores required to keep the farm profitable, Owen relied on his nephew Luke Skywalker. He could not rein in Luke’s drive for adventure, though. Young Skywalker longed to leave Tatooine and join the Imperial Academy, to live life among the stars. Owen forbade it, reminding Luke that he was needed on the moisture farm. Skywalker would eventually leave the farm, but under tragic circumstances. Imperials searching for missing droids razed the Lars homestead and killed Owen and Beru. databank Oxygen Mask Oxygen Mask Small, portable, and hands-free, oxygen masks were essential for deep space travel that might require out-of-ship activity. They could allow one to breathe in a low-oxygen atmosphere, but were not suitable for outer-space use. databank Pablo Pablo On a lawless world like Nal Hutta, every corner store might be the source of lethal munitions and untraceable weaponry. Pablo’s pawnshop proudly boasted all sorts of deadly gear. Based out of the Bilbousa Bazaar, Pablo kept a well-stocked shop reputed to have everything a bounty hunter might need. The shifty Rodian spoke in a sycophantic whisper, always careful not to upset his potentially murderous clientele. His connection to the Hutts and his ability to keep his store well-stocked is what kept the slimy trader alive and intact. If threatened, the spineless Rodian always backed down, much to the consternation of his Twi’lek partner, who worried for his safety. databank Padmé Amidala Padmé Amidala Padmé Amidala was a courageous, hopeful leader, serving as Queen and then Senator of Naboo — and was also handy with a blaster. Despite her ideals and all she did for the cause of peace, her secret, forbidden marriage to Jedi Anakin Skywalker would prove to have dire consequences for the galaxy. databank Padmé’s Apartment Padmé’s Apartment During her tenure as a senator, Padmé Amidala kept an apartment near the top of one of Coruscant’s high-rises in the senate district. Largely decorated in blue, no doubt to remind her of her home planet of Naboo, it was spacious and luxurious and the site of many important moments in the galaxy, from her assassination attempt at the hands of Zam Wesell to Obi-wan Kenobi’s revelation that her husband was a Sith Lord. databank Paige Tico Paige Tico A talented pilot and gunner, Paige Tico operates the ventral guns on the Resistance bomber Cobalt Hammer. She fled the Otomok system and joined the Resistance with her younger sister Rose. Paige loves animals, particularly fathiers, and dreams of seeing one during some quiet period when the galaxy is at peace. databank Palliduvan Palliduvan Although little is known about this pale alien race, recognizable by their chalky skin and long, bony fingers protruding from lanky frames, members including bounty hunter Aurra Sing and the pirate Valik are notorious throughout the galaxy for being ruthless and cunning. databank Palpatine’s lightsaber Palpatine’s lightsaber In his guise as Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, Darth Sidious owned twin lightsabers constructed of phrik, auordium and electrum. Sidious rarely used these elegant weapons, preferring to manipulate events indirectly and in secret. He wielded two lightsabers against his renegade apprentice Darth Maul and Savage Opress on Mandalore, took up arms to battle the Jedi on Coruscant, and used one of his crimson blades against his enemies on Ryloth. databank Pammich Nerro Goode Pammich Nerro Goode A young Resistance fighter, Pammich Nerro Goode serves as lead dispatcher for D’Qar’s starfighters during the attack on Starkiller Base. After the Resistance flees its base, Goode is pressed into duty as a transport pilot. databank Pantora Pantora Pantora was the principal moon of the Pantora system, orbiting the ice planet Orto Plutonia. It was a member of the Galactic Republic. During the Clone Wars, Riyo Chuchi represented Pantora in the Senate while Baron Papanoida serveed as the Chairman of Pantora after succeeding Chi Cho. databank Pantoran Pantoran Pantorans are a humanoid species with blue skin and faces adorned with yellow markings. During the Clone Wars, Riyo Chuchi represented Pantora in the Senate while Baron Papanoida serveed as the Chairman of Pantora after succeeding Chi Cho. databank Pao Pao An amphibious Drabata, the fierce commando Pao charges into battle with the Empire while shouting a full-throated battle cry of “Sa´kalla!” as is his custom. He joins the Rogue One team on its historic mission to secure the Death Star plans. databank Paploo Paploo A skilled Ewok scout, Paploo joined his friends Wicket and Teebo to lead Han Solo’s team of rebel commandos to the site of the shield generator protecting the Death Star in orbit. As a diversion, Paploo stole an Imperial speeder bike, racing off into the forest with most of the bunker’s guards in frantic pursuit. That allowed Han’s team to attack the facility. databank Parvinoth Parvinoth The delicate wings of the parvinoth, a species found on Ashas Ree and elsewhere in the Outer Rim, seem to glow in the sunlight. Floating almost effortlessly on the breeze, the silvery insects are harmless and alluring. databank Pasaana Pasaana The desert planet of Pasaana is full of life and culture. Towering buttes of granite and sandstone disrupt long stretches of sun-bleached dunes and shrubland, creating shadowed valleys where water collects and life thrives, including the native Aki-Aki. databank Pasaana loader skimmer Pasaana loader skimmer A snub-nosed utility transport that can haul cargo across the badlands of Pasaana, this particular blue model, operated by Resistance pilot Poe Dameron, came in handy during a Resistance mission. databank Pasaana transport skimmer Pasaana transport skimmer An old, cobbled-together transport that can haul cargo across the badlands of Pasaana, this particular red model came in handy during a Resistance mission and was operated by Rey. databank Passel Argente Passel Argente The leader of a collection of powerful galactic companies, Passel Argente was one of the chief backers of Count Dooku’s Separatist movement, supplying funds, battle droids and warships for Dooku’s cause. databank Patitite Patitite The Patitites are tiny sentient beings native to the swamps of Patitite Pattuna. Despite their diminutive stature, they pack enough punch to take down a pair of wandering droids. Though technologically primitive, they are bright-minded and do have a grasp on machinery. For example, the Patitites carry powered polearms and were able to assist in repairing a downed Y-wing bomber during the Clone Wars. They are socially primitive, however, living in a tyrannical dictatorship where all Patitites are subservient to their ruler, Hay-Zu. All this changed when R2-D2 and C-3PO inadvertently stumbled upon Patitite society in general, and stumbled upon Hay-Zu quite literally. databank Patrol Transport Patrol Transport During the Clone Wars, security on Coruscant was bolstered with the addition of Republic patrol transports. Smaller, sleeker, and less heavily-armed than the military-grade Republic attack gunship, the patrol transport, sometimes referred to as the police gunship, was better suited to navigate the skyline and was less likely to cause costly collateral damage with its pair of ball-mounted laser turrets that flanked the cockpit, or the a fixed laser cannon that extended from the rear. Four arm-mounted solar gather panels helped power the repulsorlift vehicle. The control cabin had two stacked seats, with the pilot elevated and slightly behind the gunner. The troop bay had side doors that folded upward for entry, and rear ramp for rapid deployment of police forces. After the Clone Wars, the Empire made equally good use of patrol transports, using them to combat rebel threats from world to world. databank patrol troopers patrol troopers These specialist stormtroopers are the urban equivalent of scout troopers, wearing partial armor for greater mobility. Their helmets are enlarged to incorporate enhanced-imaging sensors and communications gear, helping patrol troopers navigate crowded city streets and handle real-time data about suspects. databank Patrolian Patrolian Originating from planet Patrolia, Patrolians are a highly intelligent fish-like species. Colored in purples and blues, they sported gills and fins on their head as well as webs on their hands and arms. They could also breath in the air. When not in the water, their clothes required alteration to accommodate the protruding dorsal fins on their backs. A resourceful species, many found work throughout the galaxy as technicians, bounty hunters, and hired brains. databank Pau’an Pau’an Pau’ans are tall humanoids from Utapau with an intimidating appearance, including jagged teeth, nails, and lined skin. The Pau’ans shared Utapau with their smaller neighbors, the Utai, as well as with bands of Amani and Sugi. The Pau’ans ran Utapau’s government and dealt with outsiders visiting the planet. The Inquisitor, the Empire’s Jedi hunter, was a Pau’an. databank Pemmin Brunce Pemmin Brunce The Canto Casino’s hard-eyed head of security, Pemmin Brunce is simultaneously scrupulously polite and effortlessly intimidating. He keeps an eye on the casino floor, alert for signs of trouble, and is quick to give undesirables the heave-ho. The Ongidae bouncer’s smartly tailored suit hides a stun baton for use if a situation escalates. databank Pendra Siliu Pendra Siliu Pendra Siliu is one of many children trapped in Jedha’s Holy City by the Imperial occupation. As her desperate parents try to arrange passage offworld, Pendra is caught in the middle of a pitched urban battle between stormtroopers and Saw Gerrera’s rebels. Fortunately, Jyn Erso sees her plight and rushes to her rescue. databank Peppi Bow Peppi Bow A Gungan shaak herder on Naboo, Peppi Bow watched in horror as her animals fell sick after drinking river water contaminated by the Blue Shadow Virus. Peppi helped Padmé Amidala and Jar Jar Binks find Nuvo Vindi’s weapons lab in the Naboo swamps, and apprehended the Separatist researcher as he attempted to flee. databank Percussive Cannon Percussive Cannon Dryden Vos’s Hylobon security guards use these heavy blasters manufactured by Tostovin Munitions, with a black finish and stylish gold accents. The JND-41 has enough stopping power to eliminate any threat to the Crimson Dawn chief. databank Peteen Peteen The high seneschal of the planet Bardotta, Peteen met Mace Windu and Jar Jar Binks when they arrived to investigate the disappearance of the neutral world’s Dagoyan Masters. Peteen was not pleased to see a Jedi on his homeworld, but reluctantly accepted Mace’s presence as Jar Jar’s companion. After Queen Julia’s abduction by the Frangrawl clan, Peteen explained the ancient Bardottan prophecy that warned the galaxy risked being plunged into an era of darkness. databank Petro Petro An impulsive Jedi youngling, Petro had a fiery competitive streak that sometimes rubbed his fellow students the wrong way. He was a young boy during the Clone Wars, when the Jedi Knights were overextended fighting in the galactic conflict to protect the Republic. Because the Jedi Order needed a new generation of Jedi Knights, it was important that he undergo a crucial Jedi ritual known as The Gathering. On the frozen world of Ilum, Petro had to seek out the crystal that would become the heart of his lightsaber. He longed to construct his Jedi weapon, and become a new legend in the history of Jedi warriors. databank Petty Officer Thanisson Petty Officer Thanisson A young member of the Finalizer’s command crew, Thanisson was present aboard the First Order flagship during the raid on Jakku, and reported the theft of a Special Forces TIE fighter by FN-2187 and the Resistance pilot Poe Dameron. databank Phantom II Phantom II When Captain Rex and members of the Ghost crew found themselves the target of an Imperial assault at an abandoned Clone Wars-era base, they used a Sheathipede-class shuttle to escape. While devoid of weapons, the transport proved effective, and Kanan saw potential in the craft as the Phantom’s successor. Thus, the Phantom II was born. databank Phase Connector Phase Connector A part as rare as it is valuable, phase connectors can be used for many different jobs including drilling, excavating, and cracking open asteroids and small planetoids for heavy mining. Such tools are coveted by the mining guild as well as the First Order. databank Phoenix Phoenix A top-of-the-line diplomatic vessel, the Phoenix is especially designed for long, extended missions and tours of constituencies. Its hull bears the crimson hue of Republic vessels of state commonly seen before the galaxy was consumed by the Clone Wars, and its vessels became more muted in tone. The Phoenix has a pilotable secondary pod that detaches from the primary hull, equipped with its own compact hyperdrive — a contingency that allows delegates to escape the most uncomfortable situations. databank Phoenix Home (Rebel Capital Ship) Phoenix Home (Rebel Capital Ship) The capital ship of a rebel collective, Phoenix Home was a large Pelta-class frigate with a crew of 900. It was under the command of Jun Sato, who welcomed the Ghost rebels onto his ship and into his fleet. Phoenix Home, manufactured by Kuat Drive Yards, was heavily armored and featured turbolasers and point-defence laser cannons. But that mattered little when Darth Vader tracked the Lothal rebels to the larger fleet. The Sith Lord decimated Phoenix Squadron with his TIE Advanced, and destroyed Phoenix Home. databank Phoenix Squadron Phoenix Squadron Phoenix Squadron was an elite group of A-wings in one of the first larger rebel collectives. They served under Commander Jun Sato and often assisted the Ghost team on missions — until one deadly encounter with Darth Vader. The Sith Lord, piloting an TIE Advanced prototype, wiped out Phoenix Squadron in a vicious attack. Only a few ships survived the battle. databank Pillio Pillio Due to its enormous amount of sea life, and the tremendous coral reef across the entire planet, Pillio is an oceanic world. As a primary source for food in the Jinata System, Pillio is a very profitable destination for feuding Mon Calamari and Nautolan fishing companies. A deep coral cave system houses ancient fossils, rare species, and deeper secrets no fisherman would ever trap in his net. databank Pintu Pintu Pintu Son-El is no crime boss, but it’s still unwise to cross the low-level thug. Late payments will earn you a visit from Pintu and his henchmen, who will spar with whoever happens to answer the door when they arrive. databank Pirate Saucer Mothership Pirate Saucer Mothership Employed by Weequay pirates, these immense saucer craft are an imposing, unsettling design to encounter in the space lanes. Spinning about a central axis, the saucer design presents a challenging target, as no obvious weak-spots mar the ship’s uniform surface. A distributed power and propulsion system means the saucer ship has no true forward or aft facing, which the pirates use to great advantage to confound prey vessels unsure of which direction to flee. Optimized for space engagements, the saucership can make planet-fall thanks to eight landing struts and a lengthy boarding ramp, though these ships usually remain in orbit and rely on smaller barges or rapier saucers to shuttle booty back to a pirate’s lair. databank Pirate Speeder Tank Pirate Speeder Tank A dangerous vehicle that features heavy armor and firepower, the speeder tank used by Hondo Ohnaka’s pirate forces are sandblasted and battle-hardened combat craft used to defend their remote outpost on Florrum, and also to assault ground targets on raided worlds. An exposed gunner operates the speeder tank’s primary cannon, while a second gunner provides targeting and sensor information from within the armored cabin. The pirates modify their fleet of tanks so that variations are common: some feature additional antipersonnel armaments. The two massive Podracer-like engines on the rear of the craft give the tanks impressive speed capabilities, though the thrusters themselves become obvious targets for return-fire. databank Pit Droid Pit Droid Podracing is extremely dangerous, as is maintaining the speedy vehicles. In the hectic pace of a race, safety comes in second place to winning. As such, the cheap and expendable pit droids often bolt out onto the racetrack to repair still cycling superheated engines with no regard to their personal safety. When not in use, pit droids fold up into a compact package. They spring to activation when needed. A tap on the nose signals the droid to collapse back into stowed mode and rest. databank Plo Koon Plo Koon A Kel Dor from Dorin, Plo Koon was among the wisest members of the Jedi Order, respected for his level-headed analysis of events and unflappable calm. Deeply concerned for life in all its myriad forms, Plo was especially devoted to protecting the clones under his command. He shared a special bond with Ahsoka Tano, whom he’d brought to the Jedi Order as a toddler. One of many victims of Order 66, Master Plo died at Cato Neimoidia when his wingmen shot down his starfighter. databank Pluma Sodi Pluma Sodi A young Kage girl at the time of the Clone Wars, Pluma Sodi was desired by the loathsome lord of her home planet Quarzite, Otua Blank. Blank wanted Pluma as his young bride, and had his soldiers capture her. To safely transport her to Blank’s underground fortress via subtram, Blank hired a team of highly skilled bounty hunters as protection. Though Pluma was feisty and brave, she needed the help of her brother, Krismo, and the Kage warriors to escape. databank Po Nudo Po Nudo Po Nudo was a male Aqualish whose allegiances to the Galactic Republic shifted over the course of his tenure in politics. At the time the Trade Federation invaded Naboo, he served in the Galactic Senate representing his homeworld of Ando, but met with Count Dooku and other Separatists on Geonosis on the eve of the Clone Wars to join their confederate cause. His involvement with the Sith ended poorly, as he was executed unceremoniously by Darth Vader on Mustafar in the final days of the war. databank Podracer Podracer One-man vehicles featuring a cockpit placed behind two huge engines, used across the galaxy in deadly Podraces. databank Poe Dameron Poe Dameron A Resistance starfighter ace, Poe Dameron is one of Leia Organa’s most-trusted operatives. He can fly anything – which is fortunate given how often his headstrong nature leads him into trouble. Poe leads the attack that destroys Starkiller Base, but soon finds himself on the run from the First Order. Sidelined without his beloved X-wing, he learns tough lessons about leadership, heroism and sacrifice. Those lessons will prove essential in rebuilding the Resistance before a showdown with the forces of evil at Exegol. databank Poe Dameron’s X-wing fighter Poe Dameron’s X-wing fighter The modern incarnation of a classic design, the Incom T-70 X-wing fighter is the signature combat craft of the Resistance forces in their fight against the First Order. databank Poggle the Lesser Poggle the Lesser Poggle the Lesser was the leader of the insect-like Geonosians throughout the era of the Clone Wars. Due to his control of the Geonosian battle droid factories, he was a powerful figure within the Confederacy of Independent Systems and commanded the droid armies that fought against the Republic in two battles for control of Geonosis. At the end of the war, Poggle lost his life to Darth Vader. databank Poletec Poletec Native to the planet Skako Minor, the Poletecs are a primitive species that use massive reptilian beasts for transport and are uniquely equipped to thrive in the unforgiving environment of the gas planet. The arrival of Separatist droids and later clone troopers puts the simple clan on edge — they do not wish for the war to come to their peaceful planet. databank Police Droid Police Droid On Coruscant, local police divisions would not be able to patrol the vast reaches of the planet-wide city without the use of droids. These automatons are afforded programming that allow them to harm sentient beings when very specific operational parameters have been met – namely, the breaking of laws and the endangerment of citizens. These droids are beyond corruption and fatigue, though their rigid procedural thinking can be outsmarted. Automated security is particularly popular in deep space facilities, where organic crews are kept small to reduce the amount of life support supplies required. databank Police glow rod Police glow rod The Canto Bight Police Department issues high-intensity glow rods to its officers to illuminate crime scenes. The glow rod is effective across many spectra, and its hilt can be used as a baton to subdue disturbers of the peace. databank Polis Massa Polis Massa An obscure planetoid deep in the Outer Rim, Polis Massa nonetheless occupied an important place in galactic history: The Skywalker twins were born there and given names by their mother Padmé Amidala before she died. And plans made in secret on Polis Massa would one day determine the fate of the galaxy. databank Ponda Baba Ponda Baba A burly Aqualish thug, Ponda Baba smuggled spice for Jabba the Hutt alongside his friend Dr. Cornelius Evazan, a murderous former surgeon Ponda had rescued from a bounty hunter. Ponda was one of the alien barflies escaping the heat of Tatooine’s twin suns when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi visited the Mos Eisley Cantina. Bored and looking for excitement, Ponda picked a fight with Luke, which Evazan quickly escalated. But the two bullies had picked the wrong target – Obi-Wan interceded, taking action when Ponda and Evazan refused to back down. The old Jedi’s lightsaber left Evazan dead and Ponda missing an arm, ending the quarrel rather decisively. databank porg porg Small, flat-muzzled avians that flock about the rocks and roost in the cliffs of Luke Skywalker’s secluded island, porgs are inquisitive creatures. databank Power generator Power generator Power generators were essential for remote worlds, particularly those with harsh or frigid climates. They were very rare — and expensive — making them hot commodities on the black market. Crime lords like Azmorigan and pirates like Hondo Ohnaka would deal power generators for often outrageous markups. databank Prashee and Cratinus Prashee and Cratinus Notorious gamblers and swindlers, Prashee and Cratinus were mainstays at Maz’s castle, where they fleeced many an unwary traveler who sat down at the gaming tables. The Ubdurian brothers enjoyed taking advantage of their identical appearance to swap identities as part of meticulously engineered scams. databank Praster Ommlen Praster Ommlen The Ottegan Praster Ommlen once made a dishonest living running guns, but gave up this dangerous pastime when he became a devotee of the Sacred Ramulus, a sect found in his home star system. Rather than shun his fellow former criminals, Ommlen decided to offer them spiritual advice. At Maz’s castle on Takodana he found no shortage of beings in need of a new direction. databank Prauf Prauf A jovial and talkative native of the planet Abednedo, Prauf used to be a starship engineer but is now making ends meet working for the Scrapper Guild on Bracca. Making use of his engineering know-how and imposing physical size and strength, Prauf operates unwieldy heavy-duty cutters and welders in his work dismantling derelict starships. He’s also the closest thing Cal Kestis has to a friend or family. The older Abednedo looks out for Cal like a brother and gets him jobs through the Scrapper Guild. An odd couple, they work hard and don’t cause trouble, which helps them remain largely ignored by guild overseers. databank Pre Vizsla Pre Vizsla During the Clone Wars, Pre Vizsla served as governor of Concordia, a moon of Mandalore, and appeared to be a close ally of Duchess Satine Kryze. But Vizsla had another, secret life: he was the leader of Death Watch, a hidden group of Mandalorian commandos seeking control of their planet. In truth, Vizsla despised Satine’s pacifist beliefs and longed to restore Mandalore’s warrior heritage. To accomplish this goal, he formed several alliances with nefarious parties that ultimately led to his end. databank Preigo Preigo Life on galactic frontier worlds can be harsh, with settlers welcoming any respite from the toil of eking out an existence on a remote world. This escapism is the stock and trade of showmen like Preigo, a Dug ringmaster of a nomadic troupe of entertainers. databank Prime Minister Almec Prime Minister Almec As Prime Minister of Mandalore during the Clone Wars, Almec claimed loyalty to Duchess Satine Kryze and her controversial campaign of neutrality and pacifism. Almec saw Mandalore’s violent past as shameful, and feared that the return of the armored warriors of Death Watch would be unstoppable. Though Almec loudly said that he valued the sanctity of Mandalorians above all else, his politician’s grin and careful words concealed a different agenda. He helped establish a profitable black-market network that brought goods to Mandalore, looking the other way when tainted goods caused the deaths of Mandalorian children. When his smugglers’ ties were discovered, Almec tried to overthrow Satine, only to wind up in prison himself. He was freed by Darth Maul, who installed him as a puppet leader of the planet. databank Prince Lee-Char Prince Lee-Char The heir to the throne of Mon Calamari during the Clone Wars, Prince Lee-Char carried the burdens of his home world following the assassination of his father, King Yos Kolina. Separatist agitators began stirring up the undercurrents of hostility between the Mon Calamari and the Quarren, pushing the planet towards civil war. Despite his inexperience, Lee-Char longed to unite his people, but could not find the way. Surrounded by wise advisors, Lee-Char concentrated on survival as war erupted in the oceans of Mon Cala. But he did not give up hope in unifying the planet in resisting the Separatists. databank Professor Huyang Professor Huyang Huyang was an ancient droid, stooped with age yet still spry of mind. Huyang was a storied architect and professor, who oversaw the construction of lighstabers for centuries. Based out of the training vessel Crucible, Huyang guided younglings after they had successfully completed their task of securing a kyber crystal from the icy caverns of Ilum. Huyang helped them visualize their lightsaber parts, and pulled the needed supplies from his vast trove. His ancient memory systems contained records of every lightsaber constructed. databank Protocol Droid Protocol Droid Protocol droids are vital in smoothing differences encountered by the many farflung cultures interacting on a regular basis throughout the galaxy. Programmed in etiquette and equipped with formidable language skills, protocol droids assist diplomats and politicians and also serve as administrative aides and companions for high-ranking officials. They come in many shapes and sizes, but most are humanoid, like the company they keep. databank Proton bomb Proton bomb Resistance bombers carry more than 1,000 proton bombs in racks that fill a modular magazine beneath the hull. On a bombardier’s signal, the bomb-bay doors open and the magnetized charges are drawn towards the target below. Resistance crew members often decorate proton bombs with cartoons or defiant messages aimed at the First Order. databank Pru Sweevant Pru Sweevant A blue-faced Narquois, Pru Sweevant was a bandit who used his contacts within the Mining Guild to learn about routes taken by valuable convoys. Sweevant took particular delight in capturing Neimoidian-owned ships. databank Puffer Pig Puffer Pig The puffer pig is a rare creature whose comical appearance and odd traits mask a hidden value. With a small, plump body, two large eyes set far apart, horn rows on their back, and a prominent snout, puffer pigs are not physically impressive animals; in addition to their strange look, the creatures balloon to more than triple their size when frightened. Puffer pigs’ real gift is their sense of smell, particularly for precious minerals. In the age of the Empire, when mining was restricted, this ability led to the trade of puffer pigs on the black market. databank Puffer pig bacon Puffer pig bacon In place of standard meal rations, salty blue strips of puffer pig bacon are a welcome delicacy for both denizens of the Colossus platform and even the wildlife. Anglers use the meat to tempt wild snarlfish onto the end of their lines. databank Purge Troopers Purge Troopers Purge troopers are a specialized class of Imperial soldier trained and equipped to assist the Inquisitors in hunting down Jedi and other Force-sensitive beings who threaten the Empire. Borrowing tactics and methods first used by the Republic soldiers that accompanied Jedi generals during the Clone Wars, this elite group is few in number and keeps out of the public eye. Most citizens of the Empire are unaware they even exist. databank Purkoll Tower Base Purkoll Tower Base Hovering above the dense yellow fog of Skako Minor, the city of Purkoll is home to a tower base controlled by Wat Tambor and the Separatists. But inside the Separatists are holding a dark secret, protecting the key to their survival and their sudden strategic advantages in the Clone Wars. Known as the algorithm, the Republic soon discovers how the battle droids have suddenly become adept at anticipating the clone troopers’ every move. databank Purrgil Purrgil Massive, whale-like creatures, purrgil lived not on land or sea, but in space, and were the stuff of legend for the galaxy’s smugglers and pilots. They were often a bluish purple color and moved gracefully thanks to four large hind tentacles, along with two side fins and a dorsal fin. Purrgil required a specific green gas in order to breathe, which allowed them to travel great distances through the space. While very few have seen it, purrgil had the ability to travel through hyperspace. databank Pyke guards Pyke guards In the Pyke stronghold on Oba Diah, dozens of guards ensure prison breaks are quelled quickly and unruly inmates are delivered to torture droids for further questioning. databank Pyke Sentinels Pyke Sentinels Pykes sentinels supervise prisoners working in the mines of Kessel, prevent smugglers from absconding with spice, and guard against incursions by rival gangs. Kessel’s corrosive conditions require sentinels to wear radiation-resistant lead smocks and use blasters that are cheap to replace. databank Pyke stronghold Pyke stronghold On the planet Oba Diah, the Pykes run their affairs, including housing those who dare to cross them in a fortress-like prison inside their stronghold. databank Pyke Syndicate Pyke Syndicate During the Clone Wars, the Pykes became the galaxy’s preeminent spice dealers, gaining control of mining operations on Kessel and funneling illicit substances to Coruscant’s most influential crime families. The Pykes’ stronghold is Oba Diah, but they are a powerful presence on nearby Kessel. Pyke sentinels keep a close watch on miners sentenced to extract spice and coaxium from Kessel, as well as on the smugglers hired to ferry these valuable cargos to offworld purification plants and refineries. databank Pyke torture droid Pyke torture droid In the Pyke Syndicate’s prison on Oba Diah, specialized torture droids are equipped with ways to get prisoners talking. databank Pypey Pypey Pypey was one of several Force-sensitive babies hunted by the Empire’s Inquisitors. An Ithorian, Pypey was sent away with a family droid before the Fifth Brother and Seventh Sister could take him, and was later rescued by Zeb and the Ghost crew. databank PZ-4CO (Peazy-Fourseeo) PZ-4CO (Peazy-Fourseeo) Built to resemble the long-necked Tofallid species, PZ-4CO is an invaluable intelligence droid based at the Resistance headquarters on D’Qar. Despite her hulking appearance, she speaks in a pleasant voice, offering tactical data and communications support during operations. “Peazy” and C-3PO often work together to monitor the Resistance’s galaxy-wide network of droid agents. databank Qi’ra Qi’ra Despite her youth, Qi’ra is Dryden Vos’s most trusted lieutenant, and an increasingly important Crimson Dawn operative. She has risen far above the bleak conditions of her youth on Corellia, where she lived in the sewers with the notorious White Worms gang. databank QT-KT QT-KT A chipper astromech droid that served with Aayla Secura during the Clone Wars, QT-KT was called upon to serve the Republic as part of D-Squad, an all-droid special missions unit led by the gruff Colonel Meebur Gascon. To carry out the vital assignment of capturing a Separatist encryption module, Qutee was outfitted with a special remote-controlled magnet coil concealed in her upper dome. databank Quadjumper Quadjumper Quadjumpers are vital to the operations of orbital transfer yards, where these powerful little craft lock on to freight containers and ferry them to new locations as directed by a yard boss. Their power and maneuverability make them ideal candidates to be customized as smuggling ships and exploration craft. Rey and Finn planned to escape Jakku on a quadjumper, but had to think again when the First Order’s TIE fighters blew the one they were eyeing to bits. databank Quarren Quarren Quarren, or “Squid Heads” as they are sometimes rudely called, are an alien species characterized by the four tentacles that protrude from their jaws. They have deep turquoise eyes, and each hand is capped with finned or suction-cup tipped fingers. They are capable swimmers, and like the squids they resemble, they are able to spit out clouds of ink as a defensive measure. Quarren hail from the planet Mon Cala, a world they share with the Mon Calamari. During the Clone Wars, the Separatists backed a Quarren insurrection that plunged the planet into civil war. databank Quarrie Quarrie A short, prideful Mon Calamari, Quarrie was a master engineer who created the Blade Wing — commonly known as the B-wing. He enjoyed his work, and was eager to experiment in speed, agility, and weaponry, though he was no pilot himself. During the early days of the rebellion, Quarrie gifted his B-wing to Hera and Phoenix Squadron, helping turn the tide in one key battle and giving the fleet some much-needed firepower. databank Quarzite Quarzite A small, dense world whose inhospitable nature prevents it from truly flourishing as part of the galactic community, Quarzite avoided the battles that ravaged many planets during the Clone Wars. The world’s surface is strained by incredibly strong atmospheric pressure that can crush starships and flatten beings. Underneath the surface, though, are immense crystalline cave networks of equalized pressure, where life can exist. For transit to and from the planet, an immense turbolift speeds people to an orbital space station. For travel beneath the surface, the locals rely on a subtram. databank Quasar Fire-class cruiser-carrier Quasar Fire-class cruiser-carrier A massive starship, the Quasar Fire-class cruiser-carrier could both transport smaller fighters and act as a base. The Empire would use such ships in orbit of occupied worlds, allowing for easy dispatch of craft when needed. In one case, however, this proved to be a shortsighted tactic; the Ghost crew, alongside Cham Syndulla, stole the Quasar Fire-Class Cruiser-Carrier for the rebellion. With the rebel fleet badly in need of a base, this proved to be the next best thing. databank Quay Tolsite Quay Tolsite Quay Tolsite is the director of the Pyke Syndicate’s operations on Kessel, which would be an enviable job except for the damaging effects of the planet’s noxious atmosphere on Pyke bodies. Tolsite carries a ring of code keys required to access key systems in the mining facilities. databank Queen Apailana Queen Apailana Queen Apailana was the elected ruler of the Naboo by the end of the Clone Wars. She was the first ruler of the Emperor’s home planet of Naboo during the birth of the Galactic Empire. She was seen publicly mourning Senator Padme Amidala at her funeral. databank Queen Breha Organa Queen Breha Organa Breha Organa was a human female from Alderaan and the monarch of that planet. She was married to Senator Bail Organa and together they adopted Princess Leia, one of the twins borne of the union between of Padme Amidala and Anakin Skywalker. As her husband worked to build the loose underground network of cells that would eventually become the rebel alliance, she would mentor students personally on Alderaan, including the X-wing pilot Evaan Verlaine. It is presumed that the queen perished on Alderaan when the entire planet was destroyed by the Empire’s super-weapon, the Death Star. databank Queen Jamillia Queen Jamillia Queen Jamillia served as the successor of Queen Amidala as the elected sovereign of Naboo. It was Jamillia that convinced Padme Amidala to serve as senator for the system, and spoke with Padme about the political realities of war as the Senator hid on Naboo just prior to the outbreak of the Clone Wars. databank Queen Julia Queen Julia The queen of the neutral planet Bardotta, Julia appealed to the Republic for assistance after her world’s Dagoyan Masters began disappearing. To the Republic’s confusion, Julia asked specifically for assistance from Jar Jar Binks instead of a Senate delegation or Jedi Knights. Jar Jar answered the call of his beloved, but Mace Windu came with him – to Julia’s displeasure. The Gungan and the Jedi discovered the Frangrawl clan was kidnapping the Dagoyan Masters, but the cultists took Julia to Zardossa Stix to be sacrificed in a Force-draining ceremony. Jar Jar and Mace arrived just in time to rescue the Bardottan monarch. databank Queen Karina the Great Queen Karina the Great The secret leader of the Geonosians, Karina dwelled in the catacombs beneath the Progate Temple, laying eggs, controlling an army of Geonosian drones, and giving orders to public Geonosian leaders such as Poggle the Lesser. When Poggle fled to the Temple, the Jedi followed and discovered Karina, who had captured Luminara Unduli—and now sought control of Jedi Knights. databank Queen Miraj Scintel Queen Miraj Scintel The Queen of Zygerria, Miraj Scintel longs for a return to glory for her people. Ages ago, the Zygerrian Slave Empire stretched across many sectors, supplying luckless labor to unscrupulous masters in the galaxy. Scintel takes advantage of a Republic distracted by war to grow the slave trade, allied by the Separatist Alliance. When Anakin Skywalker goes undercover to infiltrate Scintel’s court, and discover the whereabouts of a vanished colony of Togruta artisans, the wily Queen takes interest in him. She sees in Anakin a prize to own and overpower, and uses her seductive charms to her full advantage. databank Queen Neeyutnee Queen Neeyutnee Newly elected as the monarch of Naboo during the Clone Wars, Queen Neeyutnee was the successor to Queen Jamillia. She relied on the insight and experience offered by Padmé Amidala during this dark time of galactic conflict. databank Qui-Gon Jinn Qui-Gon Jinn A venerable if maverick Jedi Master, Qui-Gon Jinn was a student of the living Force. Qui-Gon lived for the moment, espousing a philosophy of “feel, don’t think — use your instincts.” On Tatooine, Qui-Gon discovered a young slave boy named Anakin Skywalker who was strong in the Force. Sensing the boy’s potential, Qui-Gon liberated Anakin from slavery. The Jedi Master presented Anakin to the Jedi Council, but they deemed the boy too old to begin training and dangerously full of fear and anger. They refused to allow Qui-Gon to train Anakin, but rescinded their decision to fulfill Qui-Gon’s dying wish. databank Qui-Gon’s lightsaber Qui-Gon’s lightsaber Qui-Gon Jinn’s simple yet elegant lightsaber served him in many conflicts. The maverick Jedi designed his green-bladed saber to imitate the weapon of his master, Count Dooku; Qui-Gon’s saber, in turn, inspired the design of Obi-Wan Kenobi’s first Jedi weapon. Obi-Wan recovered Qui-Gon’s lightsaber after his master was killed by Darth Maul on Naboo. databank Quiggold Quiggold The Gabordin first mate of the Meson Martinet, Quiggold is loquacious where his captain, Sidon Ithano, is typically silent. Quiggold is notable for his peg leg (made from a fuel funnel) and his ever-present prayer beads (made from hyperdrive plotter pins). Quiggold did the talking when Finn met with him and Ithano at Maz’s castle, seeking a place in the Martinet’s crew. databank Quinlan Vos Quinlan Vos A Jedi with a sarcastic sense of humor and a reputation for not playing by the rules, Quinlan Vos was an expert tracker renowned for his ability to read memories from objects people handled. The Jedi Council sent him on a mission to assassinate Count Dooku, during which Vos fell in love with the assassin Asajj Ventress and was forced to learn the ways of the dark side of the Force. databank R2-BHD (Tooby) R2-BHD (Tooby) A silver astromech with yellow accents, Tooby is typically assigned to “Dutch” Vander, who flies Gold Squadron’s lead Y-wing. A loyal and attentive droid, Tooby carefully follows the lengthy diagnostics checklists critical to keeping the Massassi base’s Y-wings ready for battle. databank R2-D2 R2-D2 A reliable and versatile astromech droid, R2-D2 has served Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker, and Luke Skywalker in turn, showing great bravery in rescuing his masters and their friends from many perils. A skilled starship mechanic and fighter pilot’s assistant, he has an unlikely but enduring friendship with the fussy protocol droid C-3PO. databank R23-X9 R23-X9 Torra Doza’s droid R23-X9 is the latest model in its series, a pristine culmination of cutting edge robotic tech customized to match her state-of-the-art ship. databank R3-A3 R3-A3 Temperamental and territorial, R3-A3 served the Iron Squadron crew aboard Sato’s Hammer. The astromech droid maintained the ship, and while initially bristling at help from the Ghost, came to form a strong duo with Chopper. The two worked together to restore the Hammer’s hyperdrive, and later removed a magno-mine from the ship’s hull. databank R3-S1 R3-S1 Threece is the chief of the astromech pool at the Massassi base, where she ensures the Alliance’s technology is kept up to date and in prime condition. Threece has her programming quirks: she’s vain, argumentative and inordinately proud of her overclocked Intellex V processor. But her talent for organization is highly valued by the rebels. databank R3-S6 R3-S6 A replacement droid assigned to Anakin Skywalker during the Clone Wars after the loss of R2-D2, R3-S6 was a newer model at the time, the latest in astromech technology. Anakin never warmed up to the little black and gold droid; in fact, he grew impatient with “Goldie” due to numerous malfunctions and slip ups in the thick of combat. In truth, R3-S6 was secretly a double-agent programmed by the Separatists. databank R4-D12 R4-D12 Marcus Speedstar may be a flashy celebrity to racing fans, but he takes care to surround himself with those he can trust. When it comes to a race where the stakes are life-and-death for his mechanic Oplock, only his old astromech, R4-D12, in the droid socket of his impressive craft, can help him navigate the course with finesse. databank R4-G77 R4-G77 Every Ace pilot needs a trusty astromech, and as the Aces’ top racer defending the Colossus platform, Hype Fazon counts on R4-G77 to keep him front and center and in the spotlight. The droid’s uniquely oblong design is crafted for aerodynamic performance, with a bright green color scheme that matches Hype’s ship. databank R4-P17 R4-P17 R4-P17 was an astromech droid assigned to Obi-Wan Kenobi, and assisted the Jedi Master on many missions, from Kamino and Geonosis to Teth and Tatooine. She was destroyed during the Battle of Coruscant when buzz droids swarmed Obi-Wan’s fighter, ripping the faithful droid’s dome from her metal body. databank R5-D4 R5-D4 A red astromech droid, R5-D4 thought he’d found a home when the Jawas sold him to Owen Lars, along with the protocol droid C-3PO. But R5’s motivator blew as he rolled away from the sandcrawler, forcing the Jawas to take him back in exchange for R2-D2. databank R5-G9 R5-G9 Like the Black Ace itself, Griff Halloran’s astromech co-pilot R5-G9 has been cobbled together from Imperial-issue droids and other assorted parts, including an old R2 unit. databank R7-A7 R7-A7 Every pilot needs a trusty droid, and R7-A7 proves again and again to be Ahsoka Tano’s faithful friend. In her most desperate hour, as Order 66 unfolds and the clones turn their blasters on her, R7-A7 patches into the central computer to help Ahsoka piece together the meaning of Rex’s mutterings. databank Rafa Rafa The eldest of two sisters, Rafa Martez runs a galactic laundry facility she won gambling, while making her real living through illegal jobs with the denizens of the Coruscant underworld. Trusting only her sister, Trace, the two siblings long ago learned that their survival was dependent on learning the tough lesson that they could only count on themselves. databank Rafa’s Laundry Rafa’s Laundry An above-board business to keep the citizens of the Coruscant underworld looking their best, Rafa Martez runs a laundry facility she won gambling, which acts as a convenient front for her more lucrative but illegal jobs. databank Rake Gahree Rake Gahree Among the most promising cadets at the Empire’s Skystrike Academy was Rake Gahree. Secretly, however, Rake wished to leave his Imperial life behind and join the rebellion. But it was not meant to be; during an attempt to escape with undercover rebel Sabine Wren and two fellow trainees, Governor Pryce remotely disabled their ships. She ordered one of the fighters — now defenseless and floating listlessly — destroyed, and Rake was no more. databank Rako Hardeen Rako Hardeen Rako Hardeen had aspirations for greatness — he wanted to stand shoulder-to-shoulder among the legendary bounty hunters of his era, hired guns like Cad Bane, Embo and Twazzi. A crack shot, he was reputed to be the best marksman from Concord Dawn, but he never gained the notoriety he desired. That is, until the day he killed Obi-Wan Kenobi… Hardeen was hired by a mysterious client to target Kenobi. He succeeded, just barely outrunning Kenobi’s vengeful former apprentice, Anakin Skywalker. Hiding out in the seamy depths of Coruscant, Rako was shocked to discover his client was the Jedi Council. it was part of a secret plot to replace Hardeen with a Jedi agent to infiltrate the criminal underworld. databank Rancor Rancor Rancors are towering hulks of muscle and reptilian flesh that walk on two stubby legs and use their disproportionately long arms to capture prey. A salivating, tooth-filled maw dominates their flat faces, and their armored skin is so tough that they can shrug off blaster bolts as little more than annoyances. While not inherently vicious – Felucia’s farmers co-existed relatively peaceably with spined, brightly colored jungle rancors – these creatures were prized as trophies by crimelords and other wealthy, amoral individuals. Jabba the Hutt kept a rancor in a shadowy chamber beneath his Tatooine throne room. After Luke Skywalker killed the beast, an outraged Jabba ordered the public execution of the Jedi and his friends. databank range troopers range troopers It takes an exceptional soldier to become a range trooper. These proud troops are assigned to Imperial frontier worlds, where they rely on their training, toughness and specialized equipment to expand Imperial rule. Their gear includes heavy-duty magnetic boots and fur-lined kamas. Range troopers guard the Empire’s conveyex train on Vandor. databank Rappertunie Rappertunie A green-skinned Shawda Ubb, Rappertunie played a peculiar instrument known as a Growdi Harmonique. He used his fingers, toes and mouth to supplement the wall of sound that was the Max Rebo Band at full strength. databank Rathtar Rathtar Rathtars are dangerous tentacled predators known for their sophisticated techniques as pack hunters. These slimy horrors were responsible for the infamous Trillia Massacre – which has made them irresistible to decadent collectors seeking exotic pets for their menageries. Han Solo agreed to collect rathtars for King Prana, a credit-making scheme that was reckless even by Han’s unique Corellian standards. databank Ration Packs Ration Packs The Empire, Rebel Alliance, and New Republic all supplied troops with survival rations – dehydrated meals that expand into portions of veg-meat and polystarch. A generation after the Battle of Jakku, Unkar Plutt controlled the market for Imperial and New Republic rations, dividing ration packs into portions and trading them to scavengers in exchange for refurbished gear and scrap salvaged from the Graveyard of Ships. databank Ratts Tyerell Ratts Tyerell Ratts Tyerell was the tiniest of the Podracer pilots in the Boonta Eve Classic, though size matters not in such a competition. The little scrapper piloted a Podracer with immense engines … too big, it would seem, for the tight confines of the Laguna Caves. On the second lap of the race, Ratts’ accelerator jammed, and he couldn’t get clearance past the rocky stalactites. The resulting fireball killed the little guy. His family, who had traveled to Mos Espa to witness the race, was reportedly seen grieving shortly thereafter. databank Raxus Raxus The capital of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Raxus was a lush world in the Outer Rim. The Separatist Senate met on Raxus, with Count Dooku generally presiding via hologram. The planet was the site of secret discussions between the Republic’s Padmé Amidala and her old friend, Separatist Senator Mina Bonteri, which led to a brief-lived Separatist peace proposal. Later in the war, Asajj Ventress and Quinlan Vos tried and failed to assassinate Dooku on Raxus. databank Raydonia Raydonia A small, easily overlooked world in the Outer Rim Territories, Raydonia was the site of a settlement that required supplies from regularly scheduled transport ships. The colonists had the misfortune of being relatively close to Dathomir, where an evil was reborn. Darth Maul wanted to draw the attention of the Jedi, and to do so, he wiped out the colony with the viciousness of a Sith Lord. Obi-Wan Kenobi voyaged to the ruined settlement to stop Maul’s swath of destruction. databank Razoo Qin-Fee Razoo Qin-Fee A lieutenant of Kanjiklub leader Tasu Leech, Razoo Qin-Fee was a pyromaniac and tech expert, notable for having been banned from the underworld Zygerrian fighting circuit for cheating. That was quite an accomplishment in a sport without rules. databank Razor Crest Razor Crest A former military craft used to patrol local territories in the time before the Empire, the Razor Crest is the Mandalorian’s trusty transport and living quarters, as he scours the Outer Rim for fugitives to catch. databank Rebel Alliance Rebel Alliance The Rebel Alliance stood bravely against the evil of the Galactic Empire, never backing down despite overwhelming odds. Formed from resistance movements that arose during the Clone Wars, the Rebellion worked in secret for decades to overthrow the Emperor and restore democracy to the galaxy. Eventually, armed with the firepower of ships like the X-wing and A-wing, and the leadership of figures including Princess Leia and Admiral Ackbar, the Rebel Alliance triumphed over the Empire at the Battle of Endor. databank Rebel insignia ring Rebel insignia ring Rose Tico wears a ring whose face conceals the starbird crest of the Rebel Alliance. The ring was given to her by Cobalt Squadron’s commander to honor her sister Paige’s service to the Resistance. Such rings date back to the days of the Rebel Alliance, and were used to show clandestine support in the halls of the Imperial Senate. databank Rebel Pathfinders (SpecForces) Rebel Pathfinders (SpecForces) Rebel Special Forces units are handpicked from the top ranks of the Alliance’s ground troops, and tackle missions vital to High Command. The Pathfinders are elite SpecForces commandos trained in recon, infiltration, sabotage and tactics for hit-and-run raids. Their distinguished service record includes pivotal battles on planets such as Scarif and Endor. databank Rebel Pilots Rebel Pilots The Rebel Alliance’s starfighter corps was one of its greatest assets. There were nearly as many stories as there were pilots: Rebel starfighters were flown by Imperial defectors, reformed mercenaries, adventure-seeking farmboys, and daredevils who only truly felt alive in a cockpit. Regardless of their backgrounds, Rebel pilots learned to work together, relying on their wingmen as well as their training in countless battles against the Empire. databank Rebel Troopers Rebel Troopers Drawn from many homeworlds and species, Rebel troopers were the Alliance’s front-line soldiers in the war against the Empire. They defended the Alliance’s leaders on countless worlds and during many operations, changing uniforms and tactics to meet each challenge. databank Rebellion Outpost on Aeos Rebellion Outpost on Aeos After the rise of the First Order, troopers from the new regime ensure that old Rebel Alliance bases and outposts would be of no use to the Resistance fighters. databank Rebolt Rebolt Rebolt is one of Moloch’s most-feared enforcers, threatening the other scrumrats with a savaging from his Corellian hounds and blows from his hand-crafted staff. Rebolt hoped to become Proxima’s Head Boy, but was passed over in favor of Qi’ra, a perceived slight he still resents. databank Rebolt’s Staff Rebolt’s Staff Moloch’s goon Rebolt administers justice with a crude but effective bludgeoning club fashioned from a snapped transmission mast. Rebolt has nicknamed his staff the “Commander of Staves,” a nod to the sabacc face card, and cruelly delivers an extra jolt from time to time with the added boost from a power cell. databank Red Ace Red Ace Freya Fenris’ ship is a reflection of her cool and calm demeanor, a technologically powerful machine of her own design that’s built for precision performance. Matched to appeal to her endurance and efficiency, the ship’s features maintain a delicate balance of speed, acceleration, and power. databank Reek Reek A stout brute with tough leathery skin, the reek was one of three deadly creatures unleashed in the Geonosian execution arena, dispatched to kill Anakin Skywalker, Padmé Amidala and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The surprisingly fast animal was directed by picadors to attack Anakin Skywalker. As Jedi reinforcements and battle droids waged war within the arena, the reek went berserk, charging battle droids and Jedi alike. The creature’s trampling rampage was cut short by the marksmanship of bounty hunter Jango Fett. databank Reklam Station Reklam Station An Imperial salvage yard, Reklam Station was positioned in the atmosphere of the planet Yarma. The Empire used Reklam Station to turn old starships and vessels into scrap, often using slave labor to run its operations. The Ghost crew attempted to steal Y-wings from Reklam, but the mission did not go smoothly, and the station was destroyed. databank Republic Attack Cruiser Republic Attack Cruiser The Republic attack cruiser was not primarily a cargo transport, troop carrier or other replenishment or supply vessel; it was developed and honed for ship-to-ship combat. Its huge armored shape had an aggressive, dagger-like profile, studded with heavy weapons emplacements capable of punching through powerful shields and sturdy armor. The front half of the ship’s spine contained a massive flight deck capable of scrambling the latest in Republic starfighters. The huge hangar doors opened to allow ships to land or takeoff from the deck; the vessel also had a smaller docking bay entrance on its lower side. databank Republic Attack Gunship Republic Attack Gunship Rugged, combat-equipped repulsorcraft, Republic attack gunships rained down blistering barrages of laser and rocket retribution against the droid forces of the Separatists. Each winged gunship was covered in weapons, offering air-to-ground and air-to-air support as well as serving as an infantry transport. The front of the gunship features hunchback-style cockpit bubbles, wherein the gunship pilot and copilot / gunner sit in single file. Chin-mounted on the craft are a pair of laser cannon turrets. On the gunship’s dorsal surface are its primary armaments, two massive rocket launchers fed by a rear-mounted missile belts. databank Republic Attack Shuttle Republic Attack Shuttle Republic attack shuttles serve multiple functions during the Clone Wars. Its roomy interior lined with benches make it well suited as a troop transport, launching from cruisers to travel the interplanetary distances that Republic attack gunships cannot. As the dangers to the Republic’s officials grew during the Clone Wars, the attack shuttle was increasingly pressed into service as a principal transport for Republic officers, Senators and Jedi Knights. The transport is well armed with ball-mounted swivel laser cannons that flank the ship’s forward snout, as well as fixed laser cannon emplacements along the wing joints. databank Republic Cruiser Republic Cruiser The distinctive shape and hue of a Republic Cruiser is instantly recognizable throughout the galaxy, indicating a vessel on a mission for the Galactic Senate, the Supreme Chancellor, or the Jedi Order. Chancellor Valorum dispatched a Republic Cruiser carrying two important Jedi ambassadors to negotiate an end to the Trade Federation Blockade of Naboo. The cruiser docked within a Trade Federation battleship’s cavernous landing bay. On the orders of Darth Sidious, the Trade Federation ambushed the Jedi ambassadors. The crew of the cruiser was caught by surprise, destroyed by a concealed turbolaser turret. databank Republic Frigate Republic Frigate Part of the Galactic Republic fleet during the Clone Wars, the Republic frigate is a converted diplomatic cruiser ready for combat. Battle armor and laser turrets adorn its hull, giving what was once a peaceful vessel that ferried ambassadors some necessary teeth for combat. Its trio of massive sublight engines give the small craft swift performance, but it is easily outgunned by the larger, dedicated combat craft employed by both the Republic and Separatist Alliance. databank Republic Tugboat Republic Tugboat To assist ponderous vessels maneuver through the confines of orbital docks and busy transit corridors, the Republic and other agencies employed specialized tugboats equipped with powerful tractor beams. These force projectors could change and control the vectors of starships many times the size of the tugboat. Sturdily built utility craft, Republic tugboats could also double as emergency vehicles, equipped with firefighting gear and salvage scanners to help sort debris in the event of a catastrophic explosion or collision, and sift the wreckage for any survivors. databank Resistance bomber Resistance bomber To crack heavily armored targets, the Resistance called upon two squadrons of MG-100 StarFortress bombers laden with powerful proton bombs. The bombers were committed to another mission during the raid on Starkiller Base, but rushed back to D’Qar for the base’s evacuation. Escorted by swift starfighters, Cobalt Squadron attacked the initial wave of First Order warships to buy time for Leia Organa’s freedom fighters to escape. All of the bombers were lost, along with their crews, in this desperate mission. databank Resistance Pilots Resistance Pilots Heirs to the legacy of the Rebel Alliance, the Resistance’s starfighter corps gathered freedom fighters determined to counter the growing threat of the First Order. The Resistance’s pilot ranks were filled by Alliance veterans, disillusioned former New Republic officers, and adventure seekers from every corner of the galaxy. databank Resistance ski speeder Resistance ski speeder An older design pre-dating the Rebel Alliance, these low-altitude, high power ski speeders use a stabilizer strut to keep balance when zipping across alien terrain. databank Resistance Transport Resistance Transport The Resistance used outdated but reliable U-55 loadlifters – variously called Resistance transports, shuttles or lifeboats – for any number of tasks. On Vice Admiral Holdo’s orders, the transports were outfitted with experimental “baffler” technology to make them harder to detect by enemy sensor scans. Resistance soldiers evacuated the Raddus aboard these transports, though the First Order discovered the ruse and destroyed many of them before they could reach Crait. databank Resistance Transport Pod Resistance Transport Pod Needing a light shuttle, Resistance techs hit upon the idea of detaching the cockpit of a Resistance transport and attaching a hyperdrive. Their creation, known as a transport pod, is unarmed but proves capable of carrying Rose and Finn to Canto Bight. databank Resistance Troopers Resistance Troopers The Resistance is too small to support dedicated infantry units, so technicians, pilots and others are regularly trained to take up arms and serve as ground troops if necessary. While hard-pressed against the overwhelming might of the First Order, these improvised soldiers are dedicated and capable. They fight with distinction on Takodana and serve as the Resistance’s final defense in the trenches of Crait. databank Resistance X-Wing Resistance X-Wing The Incom T-70 X-wing is the signature combat craft of the Resistance’s Starfighter Corps. Faster than the Alliance-era T-65s, Resistance X-wings are maneuverable enough to engage TIE fighters in dogfights, yet still hold considerable firepower. The credit-strapped Resistance relies on X-wings donated or lent by sympathetic New Republic senators and local security forces. Poe Dameron flew a customized, dark-hulled X-wing called Black One. databank Resistance Y-wing starfighter Resistance Y-wing starfighter The last version of a venerable fighter design that dates back to the Clone Wars, the BTA Y­-wing now flies for the Resistance in battle against the First Order. databank Restraining Bolt Restraining Bolt A restraining bolt is a small cylindrical device that restricts a droid’s actions when connected to its systems. Droid owners install restraining bolts to limit actions to a set of desired behaviors. Restraining bolts work in conjunction with droid “callers,” small handheld devices that compel a droid to stop what it’s doing and report to its master. databank Retail Caucus Droid Retail Caucus Droid The Retail Caucus is one of the myriad corporate entities attracted into the command structure of the Separatist Alliance by Count Dooku’s promises of unlimited pursuit of profits. Like its fellow corporations, the Retail Caucus brought with it its private droid army, adding its distinctive battle droids into the swelling ranks of the military commanded by General Grievous. Retail Caucus droids are towering brutes with barrel shaped bodies and spindly limbs. Each of its short arms terminate in a pair of laser cannons. databank Rey Rey Seemingly abandoned by her parents on Jakku, Rey grew up a scavenger amid the wreckage of war. Her life changed when she agreed to help a droid on an urgent mission for the Resistance. Rey discovered she was powerful in the Force, and sought out the vanished Jedi Master Luke Skywalker to train her. That ended in disappointment, as did her attempt to bring Kylo Ren back to the light. But the resilient Rey continued her training and learned the truth about her parentage and her mysterious connection with Kylo. She then faced her greatest test: a confrontation with fear and evil that would determine the galaxy’s fate. databank Rey’s Blaster Rey’s Blaster After their arrival on Takodana, Han Solo gives Rey a compact but deadly blaster, impressed by the Jakku scavenger’s resourcefulness and cool in perilous situations. Rey used the blaster, an LPA NN-14, against the soldiers of the First Order when they attacked Maz’s castle databank Rey’s Home Rey’s Home The Jakku scavenger Rey lived in a unique home – an AT-AT walker toppled near the outskirts of the Graveyard of Ships. The walker was once Hellhound Two, from the Imperial Star Destroyer Interrogator; Rey made a home for herself in its former troop compartment. There she cleaned equipment scavenged from the sands, cooked, slept, and dreamt of the day her family would return and take her away from Jakku. databank Rey’s Quarterstaff Rey’s Quarterstaff Like nearly everything she owns, Rey’s quarterstaff is salvage from the wreckage that litters Jakku. Self-defense is a must for a Jakku scavenger, and Rey has won respect for her skills with her staff and her willingness to use it if crossed or threatened. That’s a lesson Unkar Plutt’s thugs discover the hard way when the junk boss orders them to take BB-8 from Rey. Rey’s years of practice at hand-to-hand fighting serves her well when she’s forced to use a lightsaber in combat. databank Rey’s Speeder Rey’s Speeder Rey’s speeder is an ungainly but powerful repulsorlift vehicle built by the young scavenger from salvaged parts. The speeder is fast and can carry considerable cargo, making it ideal for use scavenging in Jakku’s Graveyard of Ships. Rey’s speeder is top-heavy and would be difficult for any other pilot to control – but fortunately Rey is a skilled pilot as well as an ingenious mechanic. databank RGC Landspeeder RGC Landspeeder The RGC landspeeder was a fast on-world hover vehicle, though it was larger than typical landspeeder models. Featuring two seats, the bulky rear of the RGC supported the transport of heavy cargo. Lothal gangster Cikatro Vizago’s thug droids drove an RGC, taking advantage of its speed and size to make quick getaways and move weapons easily. Coruscant thieves Cassie Cryar and Ione Marcy used an RGC airspeeder (a high-altitude model) during the Clone Wars, as these vehicles were non-descript, fast, and cheap. Cad Bane did the same when he kidnapped C-3PO. databank Rhydonium Rhydonium Rhydonium is a fuel found on select worlds, notably Abafar. Highly combustible, it was used in large quantities as part of a Separatist plot during the Clone Wars that backfired on the droid army. Later, rebels Hera Syndulla and Sabine Wren used rhydonium barrels on the abandoned Fort Anaxes asteroid to kill attacking fyrnocks. databank Ric Olie Ric Olie A veteran of the Naboo Space Fighter Corps, Ric Olie was the leader of Bravo Flight and had the honor of flying Queen Amidala’s Royal Starship to and from Naboo. Answerable directly to Captain Panaka, Olie was capable of flying any craft on Naboo. During the Battle of Naboo, Olie’s squadron of N-1 starfighters were successful in destroying the Trade Federation’s Droid Control Ship with the help of Anakin Skywalker. databank RIC-series General Labor Droid RIC-series General Labor Droid The RIC-series general labor droid was a rickshaw driving droid that operated in a variety of locations around the galaxy, most notably Mos Espa, where one transported Anakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala to Watto’s junkshop. They moved on two treaded discs and were excellent laborers. databank Riff Tamson Riff Tamson A ravenous Karkarodon, Riff Tamson was a ruthless Separatist commander placed in charge of operations on the water world of Mon Cala. Count Dooku tasked him to disrupt the fragile peace between the Mon Calamari and the Quarren. Though present on the planet as a Separatist envoy, he secretly conspired with Quarren chieftain Nossor Ri to bring the Quarren into the war on the side of the Confederacy. Though Nossor believed he was doing what was best for his people, he had no idea of the true extent of Tamson’s wicked plans. databank Rig Nema Rig Nema A capable physician, Rig Nema served in the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during the last years of the Clone Wars, where her knowledge of biology and the Force helped her diagnose physical, mental and spiritual ailments. She examined Yoda after he reported hearing the voice of Qui-Gon Jinn, and supervised the Jedi Master’s participation in a dangerous procedure intended to induce meditation. The treatment was intended to discover the source of the voices Yoda had been hearing. databank Ringo Vinda Ringo Vinda A planet ringed by a massive orbital space station, Ringo Vinda became a battlefield during the Clone Wars, with Republic and Separatist forces fighting corridor by corridor and room by room. The Republic’s bid to retake the station, led by Anakin Skywalker, faltered after the clone trooper Tup killed Jedi General Tiplar. Tup’s bizarre act was noted by the Separatist commander Admiral Trench, who reported it to Count Dooku. databank Rio Durant Rio Durant A diminutive, four-limbed Ardennian, Rio Durant is a longtime associate of Tobias Beckett and Val. Rio is a capable pilot, a skilled tactician, and a lover of good stories. He sees each new scam dreamed up by the Beckett gang’s as a chance to write a new tale. databank Rish Loo Rish Loo The Gungans are a reverent people with a pantheon of gods looking over their lives. Priests can be extremely influential in Gungan society, though some have used such authority for their own gain. Minister Rish Loo is said to have many connections to ancient mystical powers, but where his true motives lie remain uncertain. databank Rishi Station Rishi Station Rishi Station was a vital Republic listening post during the Clone Wars, located on the barren moon of Rishi. The primary mission of the clones stationed at the base was to monitor transmissions and sound the alarm in the event it was determined that Separatist forces planned to attack Kamino. Early in the war, Separatist Commando droids take control of the base, but a squad of clones recapture the base and alert the Republic to the planned attack. databank Riyo Chuchi Riyo Chuchi Young and idealistic Riyo Chuchi represented Pantora in the Galactic Senate. She began her term in the Senate timidly, often submitting to her hawkish local chairman, Chi Cho. When Cho eventually crossed a line that brought war to the world of Orto Plutonia, Chuchi bravely stood up to him and ended the conflict. As time passed Chuchi grew into a far stronger leader and was able to force the Trade Federation into lifting a blockade over her home planet. databank Robonino Robonino A fish-like Patrolian, Robonino hired on with Cad Bane for a dangerous mission to infiltrate the Senate Building on Coruscant. The expert slicer proved up to the task, even ambushing and immobilizing a Jedi Knight. databank Rodia Rodia Jungle planet that is home to the Rodian species. Its inhabitants live in domed cities. databank Rodian Rodian Rodians are a reptilian species with antennae, green and scaled skin, large round pupil-less eyes, and snouts from the planet Rodia. databank rokkna rokkna Birds flee and creatures in the water below disappear when the massive tentacled rokkna breaks through the surface of the ocean surrounding the Colossus. The adults of the species share some similarities with their young, including a pungent odor and probing yellow eyes. But as they mature, the adults grow in size to a staggering degree. databank Rolt Rolt A regular at Aunt Z’s tavern, Rolt is initially welcoming of the new presence of the First Order security forces protecting the Colossus. But as the number of soldiers escalates, individual freedoms are sacrificed and even an innocent walk around the platform can end in arrest. databank Ronto Ronto Gentle and strong, rontos are favored pack animals for Tatooine’s Jawas. Travelers to the desert planet’s settlements routinely see rontos swaying under the weight of their cargoes and Jawa passengers. databank Rose Tico Rose Tico A maintenance tech with a talent for tinkering, Rose Tico joined the Resistance with her sister Paige after the First Order devastated her home system. A chance encounter with Finn pushed her onto the front lines of the new galactic civil war – and her sister’s death caused her to redouble her efforts for the Resistance cause. databank Rotta the Huttlet Rotta the Huttlet Heir apparent to the Hutt empire, Jabba’s infant son was barely old enough to slither before his conniving and power-hungry great-uncle, Ziro, already had him marked for death at the time of the Clone Wars. Ziro arranged for Rotta to be Huttnapped as part of an elaborate scheme to discredit the Jedi Knights and prevent them from entering an alliance with the Hutts. databank RPS-6 Rocket Launcher RPS-6 Rocket Launcher The RPS-6 rocket launcher was a single-shot, shoulder-fired weapon, capable of great destruction but requiring expert aim. It was a favorite of clone trooper Gregor, who used the RPS-6 to destroy a TIE fighter from long range on Seelos. databank RSKF-44 heavy blaster pistol RSKF-44 heavy blaster pistol With his right hand, Tobias Beckett typically wields an RSKF-44 heavy blaster pistol, its business end ringed with colors left by oxidation from heat exposure. According to underworld rumor, the legendary bounty hunter Aurra Sing met her end because of Beckett’s pistols. databank Rucklin’s racer Rucklin’s racer The young pilot Jace Rucklin has poured his time and all of his savings into a series of special modifications to ensure his racer will be as light as can be and faster than the rest. Unfortunately, those adjustments also nearly cost Rucklin his life. databank Rugosa Rugosa A neutral moon not far from Toydaria, Rugosa was the intended rendezvous point for Jedi Master Yoda and King Katuunko of the Toydarians during the Clone Wars. There, they were to negotiate a treaty that would transform Toydaria into a key Republic outpost in Hutt Space. Unfortunately, Separatist spies intercepted word of the meeting, and Confederacy warships ambushed Yoda’s vessel en route to Rugosa. Yoda survived the attack, reaching Rugosa’s surface, and cemented the alliance with the Toydarians. databank Rukh Rukh A Noghri assassin, Rukh is an agile hand-to-hand fighter and exceptionally deadly. He loyally serves Grand Admiral Thrawn, handling missions that his master’s Imperial subordinates have failed to complete. databank Rumi Paramita Rumi Paramita This female Frenk bounty hunter was a member of Sugi’s band of hunters, and was brought on to help defend the Felucian farming village that had come under attack by Hondo Ohnaka and his gang. As an expert sniper, she was positioned on a nearby roof, ready to snipe at the Weequay pirates as they launched their assault. She was killed at the hands of Hondo’s Kowokian Monkey Lizard Pikk Mukkmuk when he fired a cannon from Hondo’s tank. databank Rune Haako Rune Haako A cowardly Neimoidian official, Rune Haako had no shortage of despair during the Trade Federation blockade and invasion of Naboo. As lieutenant to Viceroy Nute Gunray, Haako was privy to his superior’s plans and knew of the mysterious Sith patron who was the true mastermind behind their bold maneuvers. Haako, when beyond Sith earshot, openly questioned Gunray’s judgment in striking this terrifying alliance. When Queen Amidala retook her capital of Theed, Haako and Gunray were captured and sent to Coruscant for trial and punishment. databank Ruping Ruping Rupings are graceful, powerfully built reptavians native to the jungles of Onderon. These lean, well-muscled creatures have immense leathery wings that span the length of their rangy arms. Quadrocular vision and sensitive ears make a ruping keenly aware of its surroundings. Jungle-dwelling Onderonians have domesticated the rupings as beasts of transport. Historically, these people have been outcasts from the walled civilization centers of Onderon, and rupings are essential for transport and escape from the dangers of the dense jungle underbrush. Rupings nest in flocks atop the highlands of the Onderon wilderness. databank Rush Clovis Rush Clovis A Senator from Scipio and an influential representative of the InterGalactic Banking Clan, Clovis was romantically linked with his fellow Senator Padmé Amidala early in their careers. During the Clone Wars, Clovis dealt secretly with Separatist interests on behalf of the Banking Clan while posing as a Republic loyalist. Later in the war, Clovis became the organization’s leader and tried to restore its independence. databank Russo-ISC Russo-ISC Jedi investigators relied on their intuition and connection to the Force to solve most mysteries, but during the waning days of the Republic, this proved alarmingly difficult as the pall of the dark side began to cloud their perceptions. Increasingly, they turned to technological resources available in the Jedi Temple. Russo-ISC was one of many analysis droids employed by the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. He led a team of analysis droids who were plugged into the sensor and security networks of the Temple. With keen perception, a detectable sense of pride, and a strong independent streak, Russo-ISC took on some of the hardest cases the Jedi faced. databank RX-24 Pilot Droid RX-24 Pilot Droid RX-24 was the pilot of the star commuter shuttle that traveled from Lothal to Garel. He was genial but proper; when a young passenger suggested it, he commanded all droids to remain in the rear of the ship as Imperial code dictated. Little did RX-24 know that this was all part of a rebel scheme to gain information from an on-board Imperial. databank Ryder Azadi Ryder Azadi Ryder Azadi is the former governor of Lothal and now an active rebel. When the Empire came to his planet, he stood against Imperial tyranny with the Bridger family, and was accused of treason for doing so. He was later freed from an Imperial prison by the Bridgers and returned to Lothal, living in the city outskirts with just a white Loth-cat as his only companion. Ezra, son of the Bridgers, sought Ryder out to find out what became of his parents. databank Ryloth Ryloth Ryloth is the principal planet in the Ryloth system located in the Outer Rim near Tatooine. It is home to the Twi’leks, a humanoid species with two large, fleshy head-tails growing from their skulls. The Twi’leks call these prehensile appendages lekku and can communicate through subtle lekku gestures, although they also speak Twi’leki. During the Clone Wars, scheming Separatist warlords blockaded and invaded Ryloth, hoping to steal its riches. databank Rystáll Sant Rystáll Sant Half-human, half-Theelin, the crimson-haired Rystáll Sant performed with the Max Rebo Band in the group’s more elaborate gigs. A veteran singer and dancer, Rystáll’s hooves had twirled across many a stage during her galaxy-spanning career. databank S-195 blaster pistol S-195 blaster pistol As Dryden Vos’s lieutenant in Crimson Dawn, Qi’ra’s weapon of choice is a Monlitzer S-195 blaster pistol. This double-barreled weapon is lightweight, with a hinged assembly that allows for quick loading of reactant gas capsules or power plugs. databank Sabacc Sabacc Perhaps the galaxy’s oldest and most popular card game, sabacc is played in a bewildering number of variations. All place a premium on betting and bluffing, and many include an element of chance that can turn a good hand into a bad one – or vice versa. The Millennium Falcon changed hands in a famous sabacc game between Han Solo and Lando Calrissian. databank Sabine Wren Sabine Wren Sabine Wren was a Mandalorian warrior, explosives expert, and graffiti artist — qualities that came in handy as one of the first rebels against the Empire. Part of the Ghost crew, Sabine used her gift for bomb-making to great effect against the Empire, and would often mark her work with spray-paint tags. Her classic Mandalorian armor was notable for incorporating her own custom stylings, reflecting her creative-meets-rebellious spirit. databank Sabé Sabé Sabé is the most important of Queen Amidala’s royal retinue of handmaidens. During crisis situations, Sabé and Amidala switch roles. Sabé becomes a decoy, disguised as the Queen, while Amidala adopts a simple gown of a handmaiden, and goes by her less formal name of Padmé Naberrie. When in this role, Sabé and Padmé secretly communicate with subtle signals as to not divulge their true identities. During the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo, Sabé posed as the Queen on several occasions. databank Saesee Tiin Saesee Tiin The imposing Saesee Tiin was a member of the Jedi Council during the final years of the Republic. In addition to being a skilled, courageous master of the lightsaber, he was also a capable starfighter pilot. Tiin voyaged to Naboo to attend the funeral of fallen Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn, and the jubilant celebration that marked the liberation of that outlying world. Ten years after this event, Tiin was still an active member of the Jedi order, and a vital battlefield general in the Clone Wars. databank Sagwa Sagwa Once a mighty Wookiee from the inland tree city of Rwookrrorro, Sagwa was imprisoned and enslaved on Kessel after a failed attempt to defend his people from Imperial occupation. Years of toil inside the spice mines have taken a devastating toll on Sagwa’s body. His fur coat is dotted with balding patches, an outward sign of malnourishment and the untreated illnesses he’s endured, but the struggle has not dampened his spirit. When the brave Chewbacca comes to the rescue, Sagwa is prepared to help guide their people to safety and charter a ship home. databank Salacious B. Crumb Salacious B. Crumb A Kowakian monkey-lizard with a shrill cackle, Salacious Crumb sat on Jabba’s dais, stealing bits of food and mimicking the Hutt, his courtiers, and visitors. The Hutt’s noxious pet was the palace’s unofficial court jester, tolerated because his antics amused Jabba, and because of his unwavering support for his master. databank Saleucami Saleucami A world of mixed terrain, from dank, swampy environments marked with strange bulbous plant-life, to arid deserts, Saleucami is an Outer Rim planet that remained untouched by the Clone Wars through most of the fighting. The settlers on Saleucami wished to avoid the destruction of warfare, and live out a simple existence at peace, only doing battle with the elements. Unfortunately, combat did come to Saleucami, and it was a major battle site during the Outer Rim Sieges of the Clone Wars. databank San Hill San Hill San Hill was a male Muun who was the chairman of the InterGalactic Banking Clan at the onset of the Clone Wars and signed Count Dooku’s treaty. He served as the IG representative on the Separatist Council until he was murdered unceremoniously by the Sith Lord Darth Vader shortly after the end of the war. databank Sandcrawler Sandcrawler Sandcrawlers are huge treaded fortresses used by Jawas as transportation and shelter. The sand-pitted vehicles, many meters in height, are equipped with a magnetic suction tube for sucking droids and scrap into their cargo chambers. databank Sando Aqua Monster Sando Aqua Monster A fearsome leviathan lurking the waters of Naboo, the sando aqua monster is aptly named for its prodigious size and monstrous appetite. Its huge mouth can swallow most other sea creatures — or even a Gungan sub — in a single gulp. Its heavily muscled body is almost feline in appearance, with sinewy limbs terminating in massively finned claws that propel the creature through the depths. databank Sandtroopers Sandtroopers Stormtroopers dispatched to desert worlds wear specialized gear and are nicknamed sandtroopers. Sandtroopers wear standard stormtrooper armor augmented with cooling units, a helmet sand filter, and a survival backpack with extra rations and water. While hunting for the Death Star plans on Tatooine, sandtroopers used native dewbacks as mounts. databank Saponza Saponza Saponza is a battle-hardened smuggler and mercenary, known for his smooth talking ways. After the Battle of Yavin, Saponza and his partner return to Tatooine to set up a business. Hoping to leave their lives as mercenaries behind, they nonetheless become involved in a conflict with Jabba the Hutt. Eventually they are caught up in the Galactic Civil War and forced to choose a side. databank Sarco Plank Sarco Plank An eyeless insectoid member of the Melitto species, Sarco Plank is an amoral scavenger, bounty hunter and arms dealer who does business in Niima Outpost on Jakku. During the Galactic Civil War he made a living as a tomb raider, once serving as a guide for a young Luke Skywalker on Devaron. Sarco dueled Skywalker with his electrostaff, an encounter that left the scavenger with a near-fatal lightsaber wound and a healthy respect for Jedi abilities. databank Sarlacc Sarlacc The Sarlacc rests in the sandy well known as the Great Pit of Carkoon, buried except for its massive mouth and beaked tongue. The strange beast’s lair was the site of many spectacles for Jabba the Hutt, who entertained himself by forcing prisoners into the creature’s gaping tentacled maw. databank Sato’s Hammer Sato’s Hammer Iron Squadron, a trio of young rebels, used Sato’s Hammer – a ship that once belonged to the famed rebel leader, Jun Sato – as their means of transport. The craft was a YT-2400 light freighter, beat-up and without a functioning hyperdrive, but it served them well. The Ghost crew encountered Iron Squadron and the Hammer above Mykapo, where the ship took on and defeated a small Imperial fleet. databank Saurin Saurin A reptilian species from the Mid Rim planet Durkteel, Saurin had knobby skin, ridges along the length of their heads, and formidable-looking jagged teeth. Two Saurin were among the patrons of the Mos Eisley cantina when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived in search of a pilot for hire; another was among the sleazy thugs resident in Jabba the Hutt’s palace. databank Savage Opress Savage Opress Savage Opress was once a common Nightbrother whose fighting prowess impressed Asajj Ventress. Transformed into a monstrous warrior by Mother Talzin, Opress became Count Dooku’s new assassin and secret Sith apprentice. His loyalty, however, remained to Talzin. The Nightsisters leader gave Savage a new quest: to find his brother, Darth Maul, who had somehow survived his apparent death and was living in exile in the Outer Rim. Savage located Maul and became his brother’s enforcer in the Shadow Collective, but died when Darth Sidious confronted the two Sith warriors on Mandalore. databank Savareen Savareen A planet at one spur of the Kessel Run, Savareen is a world marked by desert landmasses amid huge oceans. The Pnakotic coast is home to an abandoned refinery used by criminals who have smuggled valuable minerals from Kessel. databank Savareen refinery Savareen refinery On the off-the-grid planet of Savareen, the Bis Refinery is among the last of the coaxium-processing facilities not under the control of the Empire. Once a prosperous independent factory stripped down and ransacked by Crimson Dawn, the industrial facility is now a shadow of its former self with a complex system of machinery barely maintained through a crude patchwork of scavenged parts. Still, the areas of the plant that have been most completely restored can be used for small batches. databank Saw Gerrera Saw Gerrera A battered veteran of the Clone Wars as well as the ongoing rebellion against the Empire, Saw Gerrera leads a band of rebel extremists. Saw has lost much in his decades of combat, but occasional flashes of the charismatic and caring man he once was shine through his calloused exterior. Gerrera is bunkered on the ancient world of Jedha, coordinating a prolonged insurgency against the Imperial occupation. Saw’s ailing health has not withered his resolve to fight. databank SC-X2 SC-X2 As the Yellow Ace reconfigures mid-air to perform a high-flying stunt, SC-X2 is at the controls, making calculations to help pilot Bo Keevil at the helm. The finicky tech can be volatile even in practiced hands, so the droid has been reinforced to withstand most crashes and ship malfunctions. databank Scarif Scarif The planet Scarif would be a beautiful tropical paradise if not for the presence of a major Imperial military installation. Scarif is the principal construction facility for the vast Imperial war machine. The world is enveloped in impenetrable deflector shields and is heavily defended. databank Scipio Scipio A frigid mountainous world, Scipio houses one of the primary vaults of the powerful InterGalactic Banking Clan, an institution critical to the economic health of the galaxy. During the Clone Wars, former Scipio Senator Rush Clovis discovered that the Banking Clan’s leaders had been funneling money to secret accounts, and the organization was in dire financial straits. Clovis exposed the corruption and became the Banking Clan’s leader, but he had been ensnared in a Sith plot. The Separatists invaded Scipio, leading to a swift Republic counterattack and a Separatist withdrawal. Clovis died in the fighting and Supreme Chancellor Palpatine took over the Banking Clan. databank Scout Troopers Scout Troopers Scout troopers were lightly armored compared with other stormtroopers, which allowed them to move more quickly and easily in a range of environments. They were also trained for more independence and adaptability than most Imperial troops. The Empire used scout troopers for a range of missions, including reconnaissance and infiltration. On Endor, scout troopers riding speeder bikes patrolled the forests, guarding against threats to the shield generator protecting the second Death Star during its construction in orbit above the moon. databank scrumrats scrumrats The scrumrats are orphans and scavengers plucked off the streets of Coronet City by the White Worms. In exchange for food and shelter, these desperate youths serve the criminal gang, with the most capable rising up the ranks from vermin-catchers and pickpockets to errand runners and operatives. The lead scrumrat, appointed by Lady Proxima, is known as the Head. databank SE-14 blaster pistol SE-14 blaster pistol BlasTech’s SE-14 blaster pistols are popular across the galaxy because of their high rate of fire and easy disassembly for maintenance. Jyn Erso gave the reprogrammed Imperial security droid K-2SO an SE-14C blaster pistol on Scarif. A young Lando Calrissian favored a stylish SE-14r repeating blaster plated with brushed chromium and featuring a mother-of-pearl grip. databank SE-2 (Essie) SE-2 (Essie) A menial labor droid, SE-2 works on the Erso farm on Lah’mu, fixing the homestead’s purification vaporators and performing other chores as needed. Despite his utilitarian purpose, Essie’s loyalty subroutine is robust. He keeps an eye on the horizon, ready to alert the Ersos of any intruders. databank SE8 Waiter Droid SE8 Waiter Droid Built by Industrial Automaton, SE8 waiter droids attend to the needs of guests in the Canto Casino, shuffling across the floor bearing trays of drinks. The droids boast state-of-the-art gyroscopic systems and are programmed to gracefully avoid collisions with inattentive or impaired gamblers. databank sea skiff sea skiff On Kef Bir, Jannah and her company of First Order exiles have cobbled together two sea skiffs from Imperial-era repulsorlift vehicles used during the construction of the second Death Star. The exiles use these agile yet sturdy craft both for fishing and for salvaging wreckage from the moon’s oceans. Rey commandeers one skiff for the perilous journey to the Death Star ruins offshore, with Jannah and Finn following aboard its twin. databank Sebulba Sebulba A crafty, vicious Dug, Sebulba became one of the Outer Rim’s most successful Podracers. Whether roaming the streets of Mos Espa or piloting his massive orange Podracer, Sebulba was aggressive and arrogant. He was not above cheating to win a race, and would even resort to illegal weapons in an attempt to defeat his opponents. Sebulba was Mos Espa’s reigning Podrace champion until he entered the Boonta Eve Classic, where he was defeated by young Anakin Skywalker, much to the Dug’s frustration. databank Sebulba’s Podracer Sebulba’s Podracer The Podrace champion Sebulba earned riches for his repeated wins in the dangerous sport, and he invested most of them back into his beloved vehicle. Sebulba’s Podracer was an imposing giant, an orange-hued bully of a craft whose pounding, thundering engine roar seemed powerful enough to knock down opponents. Not content to rely solely on his own racing skills, Sebulba outfitted his Podracer with a number of blatantly illegal surprises. A hidden flamethrower could cook nearby opponents who dared to pass the Dug. The massive split-X engines were strong enough for Sebulba to ram and muscle his way past smaller Podracers. databank Second Sister Second Sister Ambitious and cruel, the Second Sister is one of the deadliest members of the Imperial Inquisition. She relishes hunting down both Force-sensitives and political dissidents for the Empire. Although she is an expert lightsaber duelist and adept with the dark side of the Force, the Second Sister’s greatest weapon is her brilliant ability to deduce and predict the behavior of her prey. databank Seelos Seelos A dusty and remote planet known for it’s salty plains, Seelos was the home of Clone Captain Rex, and Clone Commanders Wolffe and Gregor during their retirement. A backdrop of distant blue mountains made up Seelos’ landscape as the clones traveled the harsh terrain in their modified AT-TE hunting Joopas below the planet’s surface. databank Seevor Seevor Seevor is an ore crawler captain, like his father before him. Fearlessly dedicated to the Mining Guild, he hates pirates and will stop at nothing to protect his vessel and family legacy. databank Seismic Charge Seismic Charge Seismic charges were devastating weapons that drew sound in from their immediate vicinity and exploded in concussive waves of brilliant blue light, shattering everything in its wake. Jango Fett outfitted them on the Slave I and did his best to kill Obi-Wan Kenobi in the orbit of Geonosis with them. databank Self-Propelled Heavy Artillery Turbolaser (SPHA-T) Self-Propelled Heavy Artillery Turbolaser (SPHA-T) These twelve-legged gun platforms are the largest ground based weapons in the arsenal of the Republic army. It takes no less than 30 clone troopers to man the monstrous turbolaser beams, but they are powerful and effective enough to blast through starship shields and hulls. databank Senate Guard Senate Guard For centuries, the Senate Guards have kept the galaxy’s legislators from harm while they go about the Republic’s business on the capital world of Coruscant. The best and bravest members of the guard are invited to become members of the Senate Commandos, who carry out secret government missions. With the decline of the Republic, the blue guards would eventually be phased out by Imperial stormtrooper patrols and the red guard in the Emperor’s service. databank Senator Nower Jebel Senator Nower Jebel Nower Jebel speaks for the agricultural world of Uyter, and secretly serves as the Rebel Alliance’s Minister of Finance. Despite the Empire’s depredations, Jebel continues to believe in the Senate and the possibility of a negotiated settlement between the Emperor and his political foes. Senator Jebel finds the idea of open warfare appalling and is determined to avoid another galaxy-spanning conflict. databank Senator Tynnra Pamlo Senator Tynnra Pamlo A senator from the ancient world of Taris, Tynnra Pamlo serves as the Alliance’s Minister of Education. She works closely with Alliance Intelligence, and has seen evidence of Imperial atrocities on far too many worlds. While a determined opponent of Emperor Palpatine, Senator Pamlo is reluctant to expose her homeworld and people to Imperial reprisals. databank Senator Vasp Vaspar Senator Vasp Vaspar Vasp Vaspar represents the Taldot sector, an industrial powerhouse in the Mid Rim, and has brought his expertise to his secret position as the Alliance’s Minister of Industry. The Clone Wars devastated his sector’s planets, leaving Senator Vaspar eager to avoid warfare. But his reluctance is more practical than principled: he knows all too well the Alliance is badly strapped for credits. databank Separatist Assassin Droid Separatist Assassin Droid Like most battle droids employed by the Separatists, these assassin droids were manufactured by the Techno Union. They were employed in at least one known Separatist assassination plot. Their mission was to kill the Duchess Satine Kryze aboard her ship, the Coronet. Each Separatist Assassin Droid of this make boasted eight legs which they would use to lurk silently in for the kill. If they’re destroyed, they have smaller droids inside them that deploy to finish the job, making them especially lethal. databank Separatist Council Separatist Council The Separatist Council was made up of the leaders of wealthy, influential galactic trade groups that backed Count Dooku’s Separatist Alliance, supporting it with warships, droid armies and a steady stream of credits. Its members included the Trade Federation’s Nute Gunray, the Corporate Alliance’s Passel Argente, the InterGalactic Banking Clan’s San Hill, the Commerce Guild’s Shu Mai, the Techno Union’s Wat Tambor, Poggle the Lesser of Geonosis, and Senators Po Nudo and Tikkes. At the end of the Clone Wars, Darth Vader executed the Council’s members on Mustafar. databank Separatist Dreadnought Separatist Dreadnought One of the biggest ships of the Separatist fleet, the dreadnought’s power is enough to hold a blockade almost by itself. A roughly cylindrical warship, the cruiser’s surface was dotted with heavy weapons capable of piercing through the shields and hulls of enemy vessels. The bridge of the cruiser was located on a platform resting atop the bow of the vessel. Towards the aft end of the craft was a towering fin-like spire that rose from the rest of the hull. Within this spire were the General’s Quarters, a command center with tactical displays, briefing table, and an observation deck with a view of surrounding space. databank Separatist Encryption Module Separatist Encryption Module An experimental piece of Separatist technology, this compact palm-sized encryption module created an unbreakable code that scrambled Separatist transmissions, preventing the Republic from intercepting vital intelligence. Republic analysts were able to decipher that these transmissions came from General Grievous, and portended a devastating strike against the Republic, but any solid information remained agonizingly out of reach. To that end, the Republic launched a special mission to recover the device from the heart of a Separatist dreadnought. databank Separatist Supply Ship Separatist Supply Ship The droid armies of the Separatists relied on a well-protected supply chain made of converted corporate transport vessels. Huge ships, like the barbell-shaped transport craft or the heavily-armed Trade Federation battleships, ferried in reinforcements, power supplies, weaponry and other essential materiel to the front. As more and more worlds took up the banner of the Separatist Alliance to do battle with the Republic, the Confederacy military was bolstered by flesh-and-blood warriors, like the natives of Umbara or Mon Cala. databank Serenno Serenno Located deep within the borders of Separatist space was Serenno, Count Dooku’s home planet and site of his ancestral lands. When Dooku turned his back on the Jedi Order, he reclaimed his title, wealth and territory, moving his base of operations to a cliff-side palace with a commanding view of the lush forests of his homeworld. Heavily cordoned by Separatist warships, Serenno was kept insulated from the worst of the Clone Wars battles, giving it a deceptively tranquil air. databank Service Droid Service Droid Inside Doza Tower, the top racers, their approved visitors, and elite guests are served by a droid programmed to deliver decadent food and specialty drinks at the snap of a finger. Elsewhere on the platform, the same type of droids can be seen shuffling around the Colossus on spindly legs, efficiently shuttling crates to and fro as long as their paths are clear of disruptions. Interference can cause them to lose their balance quite easily. databank Seventh Sister Inquisitor Seventh Sister Inquisitor Quick, agile, and deadly, the Seventh Sister Inquisitor was strong with the dark side and one of the Empire’s elite Jedi hunters — and was dispatched by Darth Vader to find Ahsoka Tano and her rebel friends. She often employed the use of ID9 seeker droids on her missions, and carried the same model double-bladed lightsaber wielded by the Grand Inquisitor. A green-skinned Mirialan, the Seventh Sister’s past — and how she came to enter the Inquisitorius — remains a mystery. databank Shaak Shaak These bulbous herd animals, tan in color and rotund in shape, roamed the grassy fields of Naboo and raised for their meat. Both the Gungans and the Naboo shepherded herds for their use. The battle of Naboo that transpired between Trade Federation droids and the Gungan army took place on a typical shaak feeding ground. Once, in a hamfisted bid to impress Padme Amidala, Anakin Skywalker tried riding a shaak by balancing on top of it with mixed results. databank Shaak Ti Shaak Ti A wise and patient Jedi Master, the Togruta Shaak Ti fought at the Battle of Geonosis, and supervised the training of clone cadets on Kamino. There, she struggled to balance the necessity of producing capable troopers with compassion for the clones as living beings. Ti helped defend Kamino against Separatist attack, balancing assignments in the field with her duties on the Jedi Council. databank Shadow Caster Shadow Caster The starship of bounty hunter Ketsu Onyo, the Shadow Caster was fast, powerful, and featured some surprises. In addition to laser cannons, the craft was equipped with a tractor beam, which Ketsu used to capture the rebel droid Chopper. The Shadow Caster served its owner well, and was key in evading the Empire when Ketsu and her old friend Sabine finally joined forces. databank Shadow Collective Shadow Collective The Shadow Collective was an alliance of underworld organizations assembled by Darth Maul using a mix of persuasion and brute force. Maul struck a deal with Death Watch leader Pre Vizsla and won the support of the Pyke Syndicate, then subjugated Black Sun and the Hutt Clan by force of arms. The Collective took over Mandalore, but its heyday was short-lived, and it fragmented after Maul’s defeat by Darth Sidious. databank Shahan Alama Shahan Alama A tough Weequay bounty hunter with a mechanical arm, Shahan Alama signed on with Cad Bane for a daring raid on the Senate Building. Alama relished the chance to hunt Anakin Skywalker through Coruscant’s darkened corridors of power. databank Shantipole Shantipole With a violent atmosphere of gas and lightning, Shantipole was avoided by most pilots and practically desolate. That’s what made it the perfect workplace for Quarrie, a master engineer and starfighter designer. It was on Shantipole that he toiled on his creations, far away from the watchful eye of the Empire. After years of work, he created the Blade Wing — a.k.a. the B-wing — and the rebel pilot Hera tested the experimental craft amidst Shantipole’s mountain spires and dactillions. databank Sheathipede-class Shuttle Sheathipede-class Shuttle Small and defenseless, the Sheathipede-class shuttle was nonetheless an effective transport. Its defining characteristic was a large topside fin, enabling it to bank quickly. The craft was just large enough to fit a small crew, making it an ideal ship for battle droids during the Clone Wars. databank Shield Generators Shield Generators Developed by Kuat Drive Yards, these military grade shield generators were a hot commodity on the black market. Thanks to hover capabilities, the Colicoid 49-v99 Deflector models were easily portable and could be moved from ship to ship. The Lothal rebels managed to steal an Imperial stockpile of the shield generators, and traded several to Lando Calrissian for passage off the planet. databank Shmi Skywalker Lars Shmi Skywalker Lars The mother of Anakin Skywalker was also a brave and resilient woman who survived life as a slave to become a Tatooine moisture farmer. Shmi surrendered her son to the Jedi Order, putting him on a path to become one of the greatest Jedi. Her death at the hands of Tusken Raiders became a critical step on Anakin’s journey to the dark side. databank shoretroopers shoretroopers Specialist stormtroopers stationed at the top secret Imperial military headquarters on Scarif, shoretroopers patrol the beaches and bunkers of the planetary facility. databank Shriv Shriv A misanthrope with a heart of gold, Shriv commands Danger Squadron in the Rebel Alliance. Shriv — a longtime friend of Lando Calrissian and ally of Leia Organa — is a reliable officer in the rebellion’s ranks, having assisted in the Liberation of Sullust, Battle of Endor, and other key victories. databank Shu Mai Shu Mai Shu Mai is a female Gossam from planet Castell who uses her influence as the Presidente of the Commerce Guild to gain a seat on the Separatist Council. She pledged her support for the Confederacy in secret meetings on Geonosis just prior to the start of the Clone War, but it was this allegiance that eventually led to her death on the planet Mustafar at the hands of Darth Vader. databank Sib Canay Sib Canay This officer of the Neimoidian Trade Federation led the blockade of Pantora. His goal was to bring the Pantorans into the fold of the Separatist Alliance by any means necessary. To Canay, he felt those means included hiring the bounty hunter Greedo and others to kidnap the daughters of Chairman Papanoida. Eventually, he was defeated by Jedi padawan Ahsoka Tano, surrendering to her and promising to end the blockade. databank Sidon Ithano Sidon Ithano Variously known as the Crimson Corsair, the Blood Buccaneer and the Red Raider, Sidon Ithano is the captain of the pirate ship Meson Martinet. A Delphidian, Ithano keeps his face concealed behind a red Kaleesh helmet. The Crimson Corsair rarely speaks, leaving the talking to his first mate, Quiggold. But his exploits speak for themselves: spacers whisper of his deeds in the Lost Clusters, at Adratharpe 7, and in Ponemah’s Sea of Sand, to name just a few adventures. databank Sienar Fleet Systems Sienar Fleet Systems One of the Empire’s foremost military manufacturers, Sienar Fleet Systems developed and built the TIE fighter and its variants, as well as technologies such as the XX-23 S-thread tracker. With the Empire expanding rapidly and seeking to tighten its grip on the galaxy’s planets, Sienar aggressively sought new sites for its factories, building several on the Outer Rim world of Lothal. databank Sifo-Dyas Sifo-Dyas A member of the Jedi Council before the blockade of Naboo, Sifo-Dyas believed the galaxy would soon be plunged into war, and agitated for the Republic to create an army for its defense. After the other Jedi rejected his ideas and removed him from the council, he secretly contacted the Kaminoans and commissioned them to create a clone army, which he led the Kaminoans to believe was for the Republic. In doing so, Sifo-Dyas became an unwitting pawn of the Sith, who took over the project and hired the Pyke Syndicate to murder Sifo-Dyas on Oba Diah’s moon. A decade after Sifo-Dyas’ death, Obi-Wan Kenobi discovered the army he had commissioned, now ready for duty. The Jedi took control of this army on Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s orders, setting the Clone Wars in motion. databank Silman Silman Silman, a human male from Coruscant, was the aide of Finis Valorum prior to the invasion of Naboo by the Trade Federation. He was sent on a secret mission by the Supreme Chancellor to accompany Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas to help negotiate a dispute with the Pyke Syndicate. They were ambushed by the Pykes and shot down over Oba Diah’s moon. Silman was captured by the Syndicate and spent over a decade in Pyke captivity where he slowly went insane. Eventually he was able to let the Jedi know that someone wanted to assume Sifo-Dyas’s identity before he was murdered by Count Dooku. databank Sim Aloo Sim Aloo Sim Aloo was a skeletal looking human clad in flowing purple robes and wore an impressive hat. He served as one of Emperor Palpatine’s closest advisors during the time of the Galactic Empire. He traveled with the Emperor to the second Death Star to oversee the final stages of its construction over Endor. Presumably, he was still aboard when the Death Star was destroyed by the Rebellion. databank Simulator pods Simulator pods The Empire utilized simulator pods to run their cadets through specific scenarios and training missions. The pods were, essentially, standalone cockpit pods of TIE fighters; they could be moved a full 360 degrees to recreate the experience of flying a TIE, and featured immersive, on-screen visuals that could be monitored by instructors. databank Sinrich Sinrich Though his snaggletoothed grin made him appear friendly, Sinrich was a master of deception. He invented the holographic disguise matrix, an advanced form of holographic projection that cloaked a user in a vivid projection recreating the visage of another person. It was more than just a mere mask — the experimental holographic matrix compensated for the differences in sizes between disguise and disguised, allowing beings of distinct stature and build to convincingly pose as their physical opposites. databank Sinrich optical dephaser Sinrich optical dephaser Extremely rare technology, a Sinrich optical dephaser is a small-scale cloaking device. Its uses vary from vehicular cloaking to invisible camouflage for hunting and hand-to-hand combat. databank Sinta Glacier Colony Sinta Glacier Colony The massive Sinta glacier formed billions of years ago as the heart of a giant comet, and is now mined for valuable trace minerals. Poe Dameron flies the Millennium Falcon into the heart of the Sinta Glacier Colony to retrieve valuable intelligence from Boolio, a mine overseer sympathetic to the Resistance. databank Sio Bibble Sio Bibble Sio Bibble was the outspoken governor of Naboo. When the Trade Federation brazenly blockaded the trade routes to the small pastoral world, Bibble was among the first to suspect invasion. His suspicions proved correct. Bibble, like the rest of the Naboo citizenry, was taken captive by the mechanized armies of the Trade Federation. Queen Amidala fled to Coruscant with the help of Jedi ambassadors to secure aid from Senator Palpatine. Bibble stayed behind, to placate the Neimoidian invaders and to represent the besieged people. Nute Gunray delighted in toying with Bibble, taunting him about the dire state of the Naboo populace. After Naboo was liberated, Bibble attended the parade celebrating the newfound freedom. databank Sionver Boll Sionver Boll A brilliant scientist, Sionver Boll put her talents to work for the Republic war effort, developing the electro-proton bomb and investigating whether the Zillo Beast’s armored scales could have military applications. But Boll discovered there was a dark side to pursuing such knowledge. databank Sith Sith An ancient order of Force-wielders devoted to the dark side, the Sith practice hate, deception, and greed. Notable for their red-bladed lightsabers, black dress, and use of their aggressive feelings, the Sith look to amass power at all costs. The evil Darth Sidious, along with his apprentice Darth Vader, achieved the Sith goal of galactic conquest after a millennia of plotting. databank Sith Citadel Sith Citadel Constructed centuries ago, the Sith Citadel broods over the barren plains of Exegol, its gloomy battlements lashed by lightning. Built above abyssal fissures reaching deep into the planet’s crust, the citadel is a locus of Sith power and the heart of Exegol’s sanctuary district. databank Sith Eternal Sith Eternal On the lost world of Exegol, Sith cultists gather to venerate the ancient Sith Order and swear fealty to the current Sith Lord. Darth Sidious has built this following into a military weapon during the years of his exile, with a generation of children raised as workers and soldiers in secret shipyards, factories and military camps. By combining these forces with those of the First Order, Sidious will ensure eternal Sith rule. databank Sith holocron Sith holocron Sith holocrons hold knowledge and wisdom that can only be accessed by dark side practitioners. The artifacts can also be used as keys to unlock temple doors. The Sith temple on Malachor was the home of a Sith holocron that Maul attempted to steal with the help of Ezra Bridger. When placed in the temple’s obelisk, the holocron could create a super weapon, designed to take life. Maul’s plans were foiled, however, when Ezra and his Master Kanan were able to pull the holocron from the obelisk just in time. databank Sith Infiltrator Sith Infiltrator A fittingly fearsome vessel for its deadly pilot, the Sith Infiltrator is the personal starship of Darth Maul, Dark Lord of the Sith. Maul used the sleek ship to silently travel wherever his master, Darth Sidious, ordered. The Infiltrator set down on Tatooine during the search for Queen Amidala, and became a mobile base of operations for Maul. From his starship he launched a trio of Sith probe droids to seek out the Queen and her Jedi protectors. Once found, he unloaded his swift Sith Speeder to pursue his quarry. databank Sith jet troopers Sith jet troopers In its ultimate push towards galactic conquest, the First Order readies an army of elite soldiers that draw inspiration and power from a dark and ancient legacy. databank Sith Probe Droid Sith Probe Droid To help Darth Maul track down the fugitive Queen Amidala from Naboo, he employed a number of spherical, single-eyed probe droids dispatched from the Sith Infiltrator. These floating globes hovered throughout Mos Espa, attempting to ferret out any signs of the Queen and her Jedi protectors. databank Sith Relic Sith Relic Little is known about the Sith relic recovered at the Temple of the Force on Ashas Ree. Seated in a place of honor inside the dusty crypt, the carved face of its golden facade gleaming, the ancient totem is protected by a series of traps and puzzles. But once captured, it can be activated to emit a staggering dark power that will kill all life in its path. databank Sith Speeder Sith Speeder A pared-down crescent-shaped conveyance, Darth Maul’s Sith Speeder was a very utilitarian craft stripped of all non-essential features to deliver the swiftest speeds possible. Deployed from the Sith Infiltrator, Maul’s speeder bike traversed distances across land when use of his starship was deemed unnecessary. When searching for the escaped Queen Amidala of the Naboo, Maul used the Sith Speeder to soar towards the Queen’s starship on Tatooine. He lept from the moving vehicle and immediately engaged in a duel with Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn. databank Sith Star Destroyer Sith Star Destroyer Beneath the barren surface of Exegol waits an armada of hundreds of Xyston-class Star Destroyers. These massive battleships are modeled after the Imperial-era warships that enforced the Emperor’s will, but equipped with belly-mounted superlasers capable of eradicating a planet. Once free of Exegol’s turbulent atmosphere, these Sith Star Destroyers will provide Darth Sidious with unmatched military might. databank Sith troopers Sith troopers In its ultimate push towards galactic conquest, the First Order readies an army of elite soldiers that draw inspiration and power from a dark and ancient legacy. databank Sith wayfinder Sith wayfinder Long ago, wayfinders helped both Jedi and Sith navigate a largely uncharted galaxy. Navicomputers have made wayfinders obsolete, but these devices preserve ancient routes to planets whose locations were secret or have been lost. Darth Vader and Darth Sidious each possessed a Sith wayfinder pointing the way to the legendary Sith redoubt of Exegol, making these twin artifacts invaluable prizes in the battle to control the galaxy. databank Sixtat Sixtat Sixtat’s grim talent for slaying his targets in a gruesome manner earned him the colorful title of the Outlands Butcher. He was a Sakiyan, a species well-suited for hunting big game, thanks to their keen senses and quick reflexes. He translated such talents into bounty hunting, gaining him much notoriety as well as the arrogance to believe he was unstoppable. databank Skako Minor Skako Minor Any trip to Skako Minor is punctuated by the planet’s inscrutable elements, with ships immediately rattled and jostled by the unforgiving atmospheric disturbances upon arrival. In the murky, gaseous atmosphere, blustering winds and occasional electrical storms are hidden among the blinding yellow-hued fog. But rising above this gas layer stands the city of Purkoll. databank Skystrike Academy Skystrike Academy One of the galaxy’s many Imperial training outposts, Skystrike Academy was an elite pilot school located in the atmosphere of Montross. Cadets, taught to follow orders no matter what, would train in simulator pods and fly in actual space before graduating to pilot status. Sabine Wren of the Ghost crew went undercover at Skystrike, where she extracted defectors Wedge Antilles and Hobbie Klivian, who would go on to become legendary rebel pilots. databank Skywalker lightsaber Skywalker lightsaber Anakin Skywalker carried this blue-bladed Jedi weapon throughout the Clone Wars. After dueling his former apprentice on Mustafar, Obi-Wan Kenobi took Anakin’s lightsaber and kept it on Tatooine for nearly two decades. He gave it to Luke Skywalker, who lost it when Darth Vader struck off his son’s hand in Cloud City. The lightsaber then became part of Maz Kanata’s collection of Jedi curios, where it called to the scavenger Rey. She wielded it in defeating Kylo Ren, then brought it to Ahch-To and offered it back to Luke. When he refused it, Rey carried the ancient weapon herself. The lightsaber sheared apart when Rey and Kylo struggled for possession of it aboard the Supremacy, but Rey reforged it as she continued her Jedi training. databank Slave I Slave I The deadly Slave I was infamous for its association with Jango Fett, a bounty hunter in Mandalorian armor. Fett packed the craft with weapons, from laser cannons and projectile launchers to seismic charges. Boba Fett inherited Slave I upon Jango’s death, but Aurra Sing crashed it on Florrum and Boba was taken into Republic custody. Hondo Ohnaka repaired Slave I, and Boba later reclaimed it. A generation after Jango’s death, the distinctive craft remained the last thing fugitives wanted to see on their scanners. databank Slavin Slavin An Imperial military commander, Slavin is mostly considered to be a clumsy strategist, but has seen success under Grand Admiral Thrawn’s leadership. databank Slowen Lo Slowen Lo A proud citizen of Canto Bight, Abednedo entrepreneur Slowen Lo warns Rose and Finn that they can’t park their shuttle on the beach – it belongs in a proper berth at the spaceport. When they ignore his warning, Lo takes his case to the Canto Bight police. Justice will be served! databank Sly Moore Sly Moore A pale Umbaran, Sly Moore served as Palpatine’s senior administrative aide during his chancellorship, attending to countless affairs of state. Moore’s enigmatic silence made her the object of considerable curiosity on Coruscant, with rumors abounding about her past and mysterious abilities she supposedly possessed. databank Smelter Droid Smelter Droid Smelter droids were long-faced humanoid droids with blank white eyes and bodies. They were designed with extreme durability in order to perform the simple tasks required in the harsh environs of ore-extraction facilities. databank Smoke Bomb Smoke Bomb Not physically harmful, smoke bombs are employed to create diversions and/or provide cover. Smoke bombs, which unleash clouds of dark smoke, come in many shapes, sizes, and formats — some can be detonated with a timer, while others explode on impact. Sabine Wren of the Ghost crew made ample use of them during battles with the Empire. databank Snap Wexley Snap Wexley Temmin “Snap” Wexley is a pilot in Blue Squadron known as the best recon flier in the Resistance’s Starfighter Corps. Snap grew up on the Outer Rim world of Akiva, the son of a rebel Y-wing pilot who flew in the Battle of Endor. His recon flight of Starkiller Base helps the Resistance come up with a plan to destroy the First Order superweapon. databank Snarl Snarl As a member of Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, Snarl takes great pleasure in the most infamous past times the profession requires. On the Colossus, he and his cohorts can be found slugging back drinks and squabbling amongst themselves. But when duty calls, he has an unabashed fondness for plundering and pillaging. databank snarlfish snarlfish Native to the planet of Castilon, evolution has left the snarlfish with moveable eye stalks to help detect movements in the murky waters of the ocean planet, flexible wings for gliding in the air above water, and an insatiable appetite for puffer pig bacon, a weakness exposed by hungry anglers. databank Sniper Droid Sniper Droid A specialized variant of the powerful destroyer droid, the sniper droid retains the basic shape of the curved-back, claw-footed droideka. Like its more common cousin, the sniper droid rolls into position in a disc shape, and then unfurls when ready for combat. Unlike the droideka, the sniper droid has only one weapon — a finely calibrated long-barrel blaster rifle. When in combat mode, the sniper droid’s armored shell swings forward, becoming an armored shield with a embrasure from where the rifle barrel emerges. databank Snoke’s Throne Room Snoke’s Throne Room At the heart of the massive Supremacy is a throne room where Supreme Leader Snoke presides over his regime, attended by mute alien navigators and his Elite Praetorian Guard. Both Kylo Ren and General Hux are summoned to “Snoke’s boudoir” to answer to the master of the First Order. databank Snowspeeder Snowspeeder When stationed on Hoth, the Rebel Alliance modified T-47 airspeeders to become snowspeeders, fast flying conveyances for patrol and defense of their hidden base. It took some doing to keep the crippling cold from permanently grounding their airforce, but Rebel ingenuity overcame the relentless Hoth elements. The T-47 airspeeder is a small, wedge-shaped craft with two forward-facing laser cannons. In its rear arc is a harpoon gun fitted with a heavy-duty tow cable. The snowspeeder is a two-man vessel, with a pilot and rear-facing tailgunner. databank Snowtroopers Snowtroopers Snowtroopers are stormtroopers trained for operations in arctic conditions and equipped with specialized gear to protect them against cold. When deployed, snowtroopers wear breath heaters and protective hoods, insulated suits and belt capes, rugged boots, heating units and survival backpacks. During the Battle of Hoth, snowtroopers under General Veers’ command were deployed from AT-AT Walkers and quickly and ruthlessly took control of Echo Base. databank snubble pistol snubble pistol Moloch uses this double-barreled snub pistol to enforce Lady Proxima’s will among her scrumrats and any who might try to cross the White Worm matriarch. Moloch altered his weapon to have no stun setting – if he draws it, he means business. databank Solar Sailer Solar Sailer Built by the Geonosians, Count Dooku’s Punworcca 116-class interstellar swoop was an example of a solar sailer, a beautiful and expensive ship notable for the sails it would unfurl for interstellar flight. Dooku’s solar sailer brought him from Geonosis to Coruscant after the opening battle of the Clone Wars, and he later lent solar sailers to his apprentices Asajj Ventress and Savage Opress. databank Son Son The Son was an embodiment of the dark side of the Force who dwelled on Mortis during the Clone Wars with his sister, the light-sider known as Daughter, and the powerful Force user known as Father, who tried to keep them in balance. Son sought to escape Mortis and wreak havoc in the galaxy, trying repeatedly to lure Anakin Skywalker to the dark side by changing form, possessing Ahsoka Tano and finally by showing Anakin a vision of the terrible acts he would commit. His efforts ultimately failed, culminating in his death along with those of Daughter and Father. databank Soniee Soniee A smart, technically-gifted young woman, Soniee studied at the Royal Academy of Government on Mandalore during the Clone Wars. She and her friends exposed corruption in the highest levels of government while investigating supply shortages on the planet. Soniee used her computer skills to get the cadets access to secure warehouses, where they discovered that Prime Minister Almec had enmeshed the planet in the criminal black market. But this caper was mere child’s play compared to the dangers faced when Mandalore was subjected to the rise of the Shadow Collective. databank Sonsigo and Munduri Sonsigo and Munduri Bravaisian podmates Sonsigo and Munduri were frequent sights at Maz’s castle, where they bought gems and precious metals from those passing through Takodana. Would-be sellers had to be patient during the podmates’ careful appraisal of their wares, a process that could involve delicate fingers, prehensile tongues and an electro refractometer. databank Soulless One Soulless One General Grievous piloted this customized Belbullab-22 starfighter, notable for its two sets of triple laser cannons, speed and agility. In the final days of the Clone Wars, Grievous flew the Soulless One to Utapau, and tried to escape the planet aboard his fighter. But Obi-Wan Kenobi killed the Separatist general before he could get away. After Obi-Wan was betrayed by his clone troops, he flew Grievous’s fighter to a rendezvous with Bail Organa and Yoda. databank Space Slug Space Slug Space slugs are a staple of cantina tales told by pilots, but these monstrous creatures are more than legends, as Han Solo and the crew of the Millennium Falcon discovered while seeking refuge from the Empire in Hoth’s asteroid belt. Han hid his ship in a cave, but became suspicious of his surroundings after the cave turned out to be infested with mynocks, curiously damp, and oddly spongy underfoot. The Corellian had unwittingly flown down the gullet of a massive space slug, which tried to devour the Falcon as the ship fled. databank speagull speagull With four yellow eyes and a protruding, curved beak, the native bird-like speagulls are natural predators of many smaller creatures living in the waters of the planet Castilon. databank speeder bike speeder bike Speeder bikes are common sights throughout the galaxy, with manufacturers turning out both civilian and military models. One of the best-known speeder bikes is the Aratech 74-Z, which saw service during the Clone Wars and remained a mainstay of Imperial forces during the Galactic Civil War. All speeder bikes are capable of high-speed travel and require skill and fast reflexes. databank Spy Droid Spy Droid The spy droid was used by the Empire to gather intel on dissidents and suspected rebels. Developed by the Imperial Department of Military Research, it featured tracking and identification capabilities, a holorecorder, and could transmit over secure channels. databank STAP STAP STAPs are lightweight reconnaissance and patrol vehicles used by the battle droids of the Trade Federation army (and later, the Separatist Alliance). Incorporating repulsorlift technology, the STAP (single trooper aerial platform) is a slim, agile craft sporting a pair of blaster cannons. STAPs are often deployed as support vehicles in conjunction with larger craft. databank Star Commuter Shuttle Star Commuter Shuttle A small ferry craft, the star commuter shuttle was used to transport passengers on short trips between worlds. For the route between Lothal and Garel, it was piloted by RX-24, a droid that specialized in space travel. During the age of the Resistance, Jarek Yeager piloted such a shuttle to ensure a clandestine meeting between Poe Dameron and secret spy Kazuda Xiono happened far away from the Colossus platform. databank Starkiller Base Starkiller Base Deep in the Unknown Regions, the First Order constructed a superweapon that used an entire planet as its weapons platform. The deadly Starkiller harvested energy from its system’s star, contained it within magnetic fields inside the planetary core, and then converted that energy into an ultra-powerful beam that blasted through hyperspace, able to sterilize the worlds of a distant star system with a single shot. Starkiller Base’s first shot obliterated the New Republic capital of Hosnian Prime. The planet was then destroyed in a daring Resistance raid. databank Stass Allie Stass Allie A Tholothian member of the Jedi Council, Stass Allie served as a Jedi General during the Clone Wars, beginning with the Jedi mission to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker from execution on Geonosis. Stass led clone troopers into battle on many worlds, culminating with the Outer Rim Sieges. She was piloting her BARC speeder on Saleucami when Darth Sidious issued Order 66 to her wingman, Commander Neyo. Obeying orders, Neyo and another clone trooper dropped behind Stass and blew her speeder bike out of the sky. databank Stealth Ship Stealth Ship The Republic stealth ship is a heavily-armed vessel used during the Clone Wars, with a cloaking device that makes it completely invisible to nearly all forms of detection. databank Steela Gerrera Steela Gerrera A young native of Onderon, Steela and her brother Saw were members of the insurgency that opposed the rise of King Sanjay Rush, and Rush’s alignment of the planet to the cause of the Separatists during the Clone Wars. Not as boisterous or as outspoken as her brother, Steela was nonetheless firmly dedicated to the cause of Onderonian independence. She was not one for impassioned speeches or political rhetoric. These were not her areas of expertise, and she felt far more comfortable peering through the macroscope of her blaster rifle. A crack shot, Steela racked up an impressive number of droid kills with precise headshots fired from the cover of canopy jungle. databank Steelpecker Steelpecker These tough, ornery Jakku avians are drawn to metal, which they break apart with their iron beaks and then devour. Steelpeckers collect vanadium, osmiridium and corundum in their gizzards, with the resulting chemical stew helping break down their metallic meals. Jakku’s scavengers steer clear of steelpecker colonies, which can overwhelm intruders with razor-sharp talons and beaks. databank Stellan Gios Stellan Gios Stellan is an optimistic and well-respected Jedi Master. Stellan came up through the Order with Avar Kriss, and although they are often on different assignments for the Jedi or the Republic, when the two work together they are a powerhouse team of two noble heroes in action. Strong in the Force and a natural teacher, Stellan is currently stationed at one of the Jedi Temple outposts on the distant planet of Caragon-Viner. databank Stinger Mantis Stinger Mantis The Latero Spaceworks S-161 “Stinger” XL is a luxury yacht built for wealthy executives and oligarchs who want a fast ship that draws stares and rapt attention wherever it goes. Incorporating the latest in performance technology while maintaining the elegant visual aesthetic of the Republic ships from days gone by, the Stinger class starship stands apart from the utilitarian designs favored by the Empire. In the time after Order 66, Greez Dritus serves as captain of one such ship, dubbed the Stinger Mantis because he likes the image it provokes, despite the fact that no breed of mantis across the known galaxy has anything resembling a stinger. databank Stomeroni Starck Stomeroni Starck Talented but headstrong, Stomeroni Starck flies an X-wing during the evacuation of D’Qar, protecting the Resistance bombers on their attack run against the First Order. While appreciative of Starck’s skills behind the control yoke, Tallie Lintra must work to keep the impulsive pilot in check. databank stormtroopers stormtroopers Stormtroopers are elite shock troops fanatically loyal to the Empire and impossible to sway from the Imperial cause. They wear imposing white armor, which offers a wide range of survival equipment and temperature controls to allow the soldiers to survive in almost any environment. Stormtroopers wield blaster rifles and pistols with great skill, and attack in hordes to overwhelm their enemies. Along with standard stormtroopers, the Empire has organized several specialized units, including snowtroopers and scout troopers. databank Strono “Cookie” Tuggs Strono “Cookie” Tuggs Former head chef at Maz’s castle on Takodana, Strono Tuggs is a disfigured Artiodac known as Cookie. Tuggs served in the castle kitchens for centuries, but since the First Order attack, he has left to pursue his lifelong dream of running his own food transport – Tuggs’ Grub. He travels across the galaxy to collect exotic ingredients for his unique and delectable offerings. databank Stygeon Prime Stygeon Prime Stygeon Prime is a cold, mountainous world, and near desolate except for the massive tibidees that call it home. Located on Stygeon Prime is one of the galaxy’s most fortified prisons: the Spire. During the Clone Wars, Darth Sidious imprisoned his former apprentice, Darth Maul, in the Spire, and the Empire later took control of the feared penitentiary. databank Sub-loop spanner Sub-loop spanner Working in Jarek Yeager’s shop as a mechanic proves difficult for those who are unfamiliar with basic tools of the trade. The wrong implement utilized in place of a sub-loop spanner can have electrifying side effects. databank Subtram Subtram The planet Quarzite’s surface was uninhabitable because of its highly pressurized atmosphere. But beneath the surface, subtrams formed a critical transportation network, connecting embarkation points with the strongholds of Quarzite’s tyrannical Belugan overlords. databank Sudswater Dillifay Glon Sudswater Dillifay Glon The musician Sudswater Dillifay Glon played as part of a quartet at Maz’s castle, using a bow to draw unique sounds out of his seven-string hallikset. databank Sugi (Character) Sugi (Character) The leader of a group of noble bounty hunters, this female Zabrak asks no quarter and gives no quarter. Tough and fair minded, she took jobs she believed in, contrary to what others may think. Among the more heroic tasks she has undertaken were protecting a defenseless farming village from pirates on Felucia, and saving stranded younglings from Trandoshan hunting grounds. databank Sugi (Species) Sugi (Species) While the Sugi may be small in stature they have a big reputation as the premier arms dealers in the galaxy. Many Sugi wear “power suits” with four giant insectoid legs that more than double their height and make them physically imposing. On Utapau, a group of Sugi, led by Endente, attempt to get back a giant kyber crystal in the possession of the separatists. databank Sullustan Sullustan Sullustans are humanoid beings from the planet Sullust with two flaps of jowls aound their cheeks; Nien Nunb, co-pilot to Lando Calrissian in the Battle of Endor, was a notable Sullustan. databank Summa-Verminoth Summa-Verminoth Often misunderstood, the summa-verminoth are massive tentacled creatures found dwelling among the stars in the treacherous maelstrom surrounding the planet Kessel. Due to their monstrous size and voracious appetite, the beasts are a staple of legends passed between ship captains and crew. databank Sundari Sundari The domed capital city of the Imperial-occupied Mandalore, Sundari sits in the deserts of the once green-covered world. The city has borne witness to many historic events: the death of Duchess Satine, the rise of Darth Maul as its ruler, and epic battles between clashing Mandalorian clans. databank Super Battle Droid Super Battle Droid The infantry used by the Trade Federation had several major shortcomings that were carefully revisited by the battle droids’ designers. From that research came the super battle droid, a bulkier, stronger, and more advanced version of the standard mechanical soldier. The super battle droid requires no overriding command signal to operate, and thus has a limited degree of independence. They are fearless and tireless, and will run at full speed into combat, their cannons extended, firing until they have reduced their targets to smoldering ruins. databank Super battle droid rocket trooper Super battle droid rocket trooper Super Battle Droid Rocket Trooper units were upgraded versions of the B2-RP Battle Droids. They had larger jetpacks and blasters than the original model, making them faster and deadlier in combat than their predecessors. databank Super Star Destroyer Super Star Destroyer The Super Star Destroyer is one of the largest, most powerful Imperial vessels ever created. A smooth hull presents an arrowhead shaped profile when viewed from above. Resting in the center of this hull is an “island” of habitable volume. Weapons emplacements bristle on the layered city-like surface. The trapezoidal command tower stands near the aft end of this island, capped with two geodesic communication and deflection domes. The underside is a busy network of engineering and superstructure. Thirteen colossal engine thrusters glow blood red as they push the immense craft through space. databank Super Tactical Droid Super Tactical Droid Super Tactical Droids were highly intelligent and strategic, qualities that enabled them to be masterful commanders for the Separatist Army in the Clone Wars. Kalani, a notable Super Tactical Droid, prevented Darth Sidious’ shutdown command following Order 66. Years later, Kalani and his battle droids were found by clone Captain Rex and his rebel friends, and the two sides joined forces against the Empire. databank Supreme Chancellor Valorum Supreme Chancellor Valorum A well-meaning civil servant whose chancellorship was hampered by corruption in the Senate and bureaucratic snarls, Valorum secretly turned to the Jedi Knights for help breaking the Trade Federation’s blockade of Naboo. But Valorum was betrayed by Naboo’s Senator Palpatine, who maneuvered Queen Amidala into asking the Senate for a no-confidence vote in the Supreme Chancellor’s leadership. A stunned Valorum was removed from office in favor of Palpatine. databank Supreme Leader Kylo Ren Supreme Leader Kylo Ren The son of Han Solo and Leia Organa, Ben Solo was seduced by the dark side of the Force and renamed himself Kylo Ren: leader of the Knights of Ren, champion of the First Order, and apprentice to Supreme Leader Snoke. Driven to destroy the past, Kylo killed his father and his master, supplanting Snoke as Supreme Leader. But he remained haunted by his father’s death, his connection with the mysterious Rey, and the pull of the good in himself. In time, all three would help Ben Solo return to the light. databank Supreme Leader Snoke Supreme Leader Snoke The Supreme Leader of the First Order, the mysterious Snoke was powerful with the dark side of the Force, and seduced Ben Solo into abandoning the Jedi path to become his apprentice. He also commanded the technological war machine engineered to destroy the New Republic and the Resistance. Kylo Ren turned on his master and killed him, but would soon learn that Snoke had been a mere puppet, created and controlled by a more powerful master of the dark side. databank Swoop Swoop Swoops are repulsorlift vehicles that are more powerful (and dangerous) than speeder bikes. Swoop racing is a popular spectator sport on many planets, with fans loving the sport’s excitement as well as its outlaw image. During his search for his mother on Tatooine, Anakin Skywalker borrowed a swoop from Owen Lars. Later, Hondo Ohnaka’s pirates used swoops to patrol their territory on Florrum. databank SX-21 Blaster Rifle SX-21 Blaster Rifle A pump-action scatter blaster rifle made by Merr-Sonn Munitions, the SX-21 proved valuable to Imperial mudtroopers in the tough fighting against Mimban’s native insurgents. When he escaped Imperial captivity, Chewbacca used an SX-21 as a temporary substitute for the bowcaster favored by Wookiee warriors. databank Sy Snootles Sy Snootles Sy Snootles, a long-limbed Pa’lowick, was a popular singer and dancer whose patrons included Jabba the Hutt. Very few realized that she also worked as a spy for the Hutt criminal cartels, and that she betrayed her love, Ziro the Hutt, in exchange for a big payday. databank Syke Syke Syke competes with Rebolt for Moloch’s favor, with each seeking to impress the Grindalid enforcer by showing how tough and mean he can be. Syke is better than Rebolt at handling the White Worms’ pack of Corellian hounds, and genuinely fond of the beasts – a rare example of affection in the pitiless sewers of Coronet City. databank Synara San Synara San Thought to be the lone survivor of a deadly pirate raid, the scrappy scavenger Synara ends up on the Colossus after she’s found hiding in a crate amid a Kowakian ape rampage. At first defensive toward her rescuer, Kaz, the mysterious Synara is actually harboring a secret identity of her own, acting as a spy for Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang and a member of the crew that tried to lay waste to the Colossus during a Triple Dark Storm. databank Synara’s salvaging skiff Synara’s salvaging skiff While living on the Colossus, the pirate spy Synara uses a special skiff to make a living going on salvaging missions in the waters surrounding the platform. Sometimes her finds, useful on the surface, bring more trouble than expected. databank Syndulla Residence Syndulla Residence The home of the Syndullas, including war hero Cham Syndulla and rebel Hera Syndulla, was a beautiful, towering structure that seemingly rose from the plains of the Tann province on Ryloth. During the Empire’s occupation of the planet, Captain Slavin turned the home into an Imperial headquarters. When Hera attempted to recover her family’s Kalikori, a precious Twi’lek heirloom, from the premises, she and fellow rebel Ezra Bridger were captured. Cham agreed to turn himself over in exchange for her daughter and Ezra; ever the freedom fighter, Hera used the prisoner exchange as an opportunity to destroy her own home — striking at the Empire and earning a rebel victory. databank T-16 Skyhopper T-16 Skyhopper A high-performance airspeeder capable of reaching a planet’s troposphere, T-16 skyhoppers were fast and maneuverable – a combination that could be dangerous for young pilots. Luke Skywalker owned a two-man skyhopper, but burned out the instrumentation during a reckless trip through Beggar’s Canyon. He was left to play idly with a model of his beloved craft until he could make the T-16 airworthy again. The controls of a T-16 were similar to those of a T-65 X-wing, which allowed Luke to join the rebel attack on the Death Star at Yavin. databank T-7 Ion Disruptor Rifles T-7 Ion Disruptor Rifles T-7 ion disruptor rifles were deadly, powerful weapons capable of disabling starships; when used against organic beings, the results could be gruesome. As a result, they were banned by the Senate. During the age of the Empire, Imperial forces used the disruptors to clear out worlds and, sometimes, slaughter their inhabitants, as was the case with their takeover of Lasan. databank T-85 X-wing T-85 X-wing The New Republic T-85 X-wing fleet, painted in the distinct colors of the yellow and blue crest, flew missions including a fateful rendezvous between Kazuda Xiono and Poe Dameron that led to Kaz’s mission on Castilon. The T-85 is the successor to both the classic T-65 X-wing flown by Rebel hero Luke Skywalker during the Galactic Civil War and the T-70 used by the Resistance. databank T-series Tactical Droid T-series Tactical Droid T-series Tactical Droids, built by Baktoid Combat Automota, were assigned to droid armies of the Separatist Alliance across the galaxy. They were superior in many ways to regular battle droids and used to coordinate the battle tactics from the safety of droid control ships and other fortified positions. They were upgraded later in the war to Super Tactical Droids. databank T3-K10 T3-K10 The picture of endurance and efficiency, T3-K10 is a compact droid that slides perfectly into the Red Ace to assist pilot Freya Fenris on daring missions. databank Tactical Infiltration Pod Tactical Infiltration Pod A small, single-passenger craft, the Imperial tactical infiltration pod was used for short-distance transportation and recon missions. As such, it sacrificed maneuverability and weaponry for advanced communications tech, including a long-range transmitter and encryption abilities. Designed to look like a normal escape pod, it was made for much more nefarious purposes. databank Takobo Takobo Notable for its colorful, beautiful architecture that blended modern and classical sensibilities, Takobo was a peaceful world. It was also home to a large Ithorian population in an area known as Hammertown, where the Empire’s Inquisitors would alarmingly track a Force-sensitive baby named Pypey. They would fail to capture the child, however; the Ghost crew rescued Pypey, and Ahsoka Tano fought and defeated the dark-side warriors in the capital city’s streets. databank Takodana Takodana A lush green world in the galaxy’s Western Reaches, Takodana has long served as the base of operations for the diminutive pirate queen Maz Kanata, whose ancient castle is a haven for smugglers, brigands, scouts and spies from numerous worlds. Takodana has been largely spared war over the centuries, remaining neutral as galaxy-ruling regimes come and go around it. databank Tal Merrik Tal Merrik A Senator from Duchess Satine’s home planet of Kalevala, Tal Merrik is not the man he first appears to be. Conniving and greedy, Senator Merrik will happily betray his closest “friend” if it helps him achieve his shady political goals. Merrik is secretly sympathetic to the Death Watch, and betrays Duchess Satine when she is most vulnerable — en route from Mandalore to Coruscant aboard her starship Coronet. The slippery Merrik tries to outwit the Duchess and her protector, Obi-Wan Kenobi, but ends up running afoul of Anakin Skywalker’s lightsaber. databank Tallie Lintra Tallie Lintra Hailing from Pippip 3, young Lieutenant Tallissan Lintra is one of the Resistance’s best pilots, impressing even Poe Dameron with her flying skills. Tallie leads a hastily assembled squadron of A-wings and X-wings above D’Qar, protecting the Resistance’s vulnerable bombers on their attack run against a First Order Siege Dreadnought. Tallie died when Kylo Ren blasted the main hangar of the Raddus with missiles. databank Talz Talz Orto Plutonia had long been a protectorate of the Pantoran moon, after Pantoran scouts searched the world and found no denizens amid its frozen features. They had missed the Talz population, which lived hidden in the ice canyons in villages carved out of the ice walls, filled with huts made from animal skins pulled over bone-frames. The Talz lived a simple existence, somehow subsisting off the harsh environment, and using the native narglatch cats as mounts and protection. The Talz attacked the newcomers to their world, wiping out both Republic and Separatist outposts during the Clone Wars. databank Tam Ryvora Tam Ryvora A tough and hardworking mechanic on the Colossus platform, Tam Ryvora is an inventive and skilled technician who is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in. She has big dreams of one day becoming a pilot and racer. databank Tan Divo Tan Divo As a police lieutenant in the Coruscant Security Force during the Clone Wars, Lieutenant Tan Divo has a low-rate of success in his investigations, yet displays the pompousness and self-importance of someone who always gets his criminal in the end. Because of his arrogance, he often jumps to conclusions of guilt before a thorough investigation is conducted. Pride and his rigid by-the-book agenda get in the way of finding the truth, which in turn forces others to seek clues without his help. databank Tantive IV Tantive IV Both Bail Organa and his adopted daughter Leia used this Alderaanian starship on public missions for the Senate and secret ones for the Alliance. Leia became famous for mercy missions undertaken aboard the Tantive IV, but the Empire suspected her altruistic acts were cover for treasonous activities. After the Tantive IV intercepted rebel transmissions of the Death Star plans at Scarif, Darth Vader captured the blockade runner above Tatooine. A generation later, Leia reclaimed her ship. It was destroyed at the Battle of Exegol. databank Tarfful Tarfful A massive Wookiee general, Tarfful helped defend his native Kashyyyk during the Clone Wars. A distress signal brought Tarfful and his most trusted warriors rushing to Chewbacca’s help against the hated Trandoshans on the hunting grounds of Wasskah. Later, Tarfful and Chewbacca fought side by side with General Yoda on the battlegrounds of Kashyyyk. databank Tarkintown Tarkintown Tarkintown was a Lothal slum named for Grand Moff Tarkin. The inhabitants of the makeshift camp were forced from their farms by the Imperial commander; anyone who resisted was arrested for treason. The beleaguered group were grateful for any help they received, especially from a small team of rebels that fought back against the Imperial occupation. databank Taskmaster Myles Grint Taskmaster Myles Grint Taskmaster Myles Grint was an Imperial officer serving on Lothal. Hulking and imposing, he bullyed the locals and helped establish the Empire’s tyranny on the Outer Rim planet. Like his boss Commandant Aresko, the brutal Grint failed to stop Lothal’s rebels. He too paid a steep price: The Inquisitor executed Grint on orders from Grand Moff Tarkin. databank Tasu Leech Tasu Leech The leader of the Kanjiklub, Tasu Leech is a brutal street fighter. Leech grew up on the Hutt colony world of Nar Kanji and refuses to speak Basic, dismissing it as a “soft language for soft people” and preferring to let his Huttsplitter blaster rifle do the talking. Leech and his fighters confront Han Solo aboard his bulk freighter, angry that the Corellian has twice failed to deliver promised cargo. databank Tatooine Tatooine A harsh desert world orbiting twin suns in the galaxy’s Outer Rim, Tatooine is a lawless place ruled by Hutt gangsters. Many settlers scratch out a living on moisture farms, while spaceport cities such as Mos Eisley and Mos Espa serve as home base for smugglers, criminals, and other rogues. Tatooine’s many dangers include sandstorms, bands of savage Tusken Raiders, and carnivorous krayt dragons. The planet is also known for its dangerous Podraces, rampant gambling, and legalized slavery. Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker both grew up on Tatooine, and Obi-Wan Kenobi spent years in hiding on this desolate world. databank Taun We Taun We A beautiful sylph-like Kaminoan, Taun We is the administrative aide to the Prime Minister of Kamino, Lama Su. When Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived at the rain-swept platforms of Tipoca City, he was greeted by the gentle Taun We. Taun We explained that the Kaminoans had long been expecting the arrival of a Jedi envoy, since a Jedi representative, Master Sifo-Dyas, commissioned a clone army a decade earlier. Kenobi bluffed his way into the heart of the cloning operation, and had the naive Taun We introduce him to the original source of the clones, Jango Fett. databank Tauntaun Tauntaun Tauntauns are a species of snow lizard found roaming the windswept snow plains of Hoth. The Rebel Alliance domesticated the swift creature during their stay on the ice planet, and used the animals for patrol duties outside Echo Base. The animals came in useful as the Rebel technicians had difficulty adapting their repulsorlift speeders to the subzero temperatures. Though tauntauns are sure-footed and well equipped to handle Hoth’s daytime temperature, the chilling extremes of a Hoth night will prove deadly. databank Taybin Ralorsa Taybin Ralorsa Taybin Ralorsa was a vocalist for a musical combo that braved Maz’s castle on Takodana, playing for an audience of pirates, smugglers, spies and random adventurers. databank Taylander shuttle Taylander shuttle Taylander shuttle is a model of civilian craft found throughout the galaxy, from the bustling cargo lanes streaming towards Coruscant to the dusty docking bays on Tatooine. The early rebellion used the innocuous craft as a transport ship during undercover operations. databank TC-14 TC-14 TC-14 was a protocol droid with feminine programming that was in the employ of the Trade Federation on their Profiteer-class droid control ship Saak’ak. She showed Obi-wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn to a conference room where she offered them refreshments as they waited for the Trade Federation to murder the Jedi with the toxic gas Dioxis. databank Tech Tech He may not look like a typical clone, but Tech is a valuable soldier in the Republic army. The result of genetic manipulation like the rest of his special unit, Clone Force 99 (or the Bad Batch), Tech’s aptitude for science and technology are unmatched by man or machine. databank Tech stormtrooper Tech stormtrooper Tech stormtroopers are specialized soldiers of the First Order, trained to extract, decrypt, and analyze even the most heavily protected data from droid memory cores and other resources. databank Techno Union Techno Union A powerful galactic guild comprised of technology firms, the Techno Union was led by its lead engineer, Wat Tambor, during the final years of the Republic. The group helped create the battle-droid armies used by the Separatists, and Tambor pledged its loyalty to Count Dooku during the Separatist Crisis. Despite its Separatist ties, the Techno Union was represented in the Republic Senate, with Gume Saam speaking on its behalf. Tambor died on Mustafar at the end of the Clone Wars. databank Teckla Minnau Teckla Minnau Teckla Minnau was a human female from Naboo who served as an aide to Senator Padme Amidala during the time just prior to the Clone Wars and through the war. She served in many capacities and was an important sounding board for the Senator. She accompanied Amidala on her mission to Scipio and took part in the ruse to expose the InterGalactic Banking Clan’s fraud, but was killed by the sniper shot of the bounty hunter Embo. databank Tee Va Tee Va Tee Va was a Moogan smuggler who operated during the Clone wars, at least in part, on Mandalore in the capital, Sundari. Part of his operation was diluting tea with Slabin in order to double the amount he could sell, thereby doubling his profit. His operation needed to move when he used a contaminated batch of Slabin that ended up poisoning a number of Mandalorian children. Later in the war, he ended up participating in slave auctions on Zygerria. databank Tee Watt Kaa Tee Watt Kaa Tee Watt Kaa was a male Lurman from the world Maridun, deep in the Outer Rim. He was the leader of his village and stubbornly pacifist. His white beard and set him apart visually from the rest of the Lurmen in his village. When the Separatists invaded his world, he refused to allow Ahsoka Tano and Commander Rex to assemble a resistance from his people. Some rebelled and did fight, much to Tee Watt Kaa’s dismay. Even though it saved their village, it opened up their world for Republic control. databank Tee-muss Tee-muss These tan and brown colored quadruped animals were domesticated on their homeworld of Onderon and made their way to many other planets across the galaxy because of their durability. They were useful mounts and cool-headed in battles they were forced to participate in, whether that was attacks against the Separatists or defending against attacks from pirates like Hondo Ohnaka. databank Teebo Teebo An Ewok scout, Teebo led the hunting party that captured Han Solo, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, C-3PO and R2-D2 in a net. Disliking the look of Solo, Teebo gave him several pokes with a spear. He then brought his captives back to Bright Tree Village to be cooked for a banquet in C-3PO’s honor. R2-D2, objecting to this treatment, shocked Teebo repeatedly once freed. Teebo sounded the horn summoning the Ewoks to fight the stormtroopers, and made amends with Artoo after the rebel victory. databank Teedo Teedo Teedos are small reptilian beings that prowl the wastes of Jakku, their features hidden behind mummy-like wrappings. Often found riding cybernetic pack animals called luggabeasts, they know many of Jakku’s secrets. Teedos make no distinction between individuals and the species as a whole, and are rumored to share knowledge in some unknown and perhaps unconscious fashion. Jakku’s scavengers treat them with respectful caution, wary of their unpredictable natures. databank Teemto Pagalies Teemto Pagalies Teemto Pagalies was a flamboyant, hilarious, and handsome Veknoid podracer from Moonus Mandel. Though he was an outcast on his homeworld, he found fame racing pods. During the Boonta Eve Classic won by Anakin Skywalker, Teemto’s IPG-X1131 LongTail was sniped off the course by those pesky Tusken Raiders camped out on the Canyon Dune turn. Despite the horrible crash, he survived to race another day. databank Temiri Blagg Temiri Blagg Temiri Blagg leads a forlorn existence in the shadows of Canto Bight’s wealth, caring for fathiers in stables ruled by the iron-fisted groom Bargwill Tomder. Temiri dreams of a better life somewhere among the stars. When two desperate Resistance fighters cross his path, he must make a crucial choice. databank Tera Sinube Tera Sinube The wise old Jedi Master Tera Sinube was an expert on the Coruscant underworld, having studied the criminal activities of the lower levels of the city world for decades. A methodical investigator, Sinube was also a keen observer of people. Bolstered by his connection to the Force, Sinube’s deductive skills could piece together evidence and solve a crime faster than seasoned detectives in Coruscant law enforcement. Though his body may have slowed in his advanced years, his mind remained quick and agile. databank Terba Terba Terba, an Ugnaught male, was the cellmate of Hondo Ohnaka at an Imperial prison. Though rescued by the Ghost crew, his escape was short-lived. Terba ran, recklessly, toward an exit; instead of freedom he found an AT-DP, and was blasted high and far off the base. databank Terisa Kerrill Terisa Kerrill Terisa Kerrill lived as a starving orphan on the streets of Coruscant, until the Empire gave her a life of honor and purpose among the stars. From her beginnings as a gifted TIE pilot, Terisa has always seen Imperial military service as a path to a better life, and an opportunity to cleanse the last traces of the old Republic’s decadence and corruption. Though young, Terisa shows a natural talent for command, and her unshakeable loyalty means she will defend the Empire to the last. databank Teroj Kee Teroj Kee Teroj Kee is a no-good swindler who claims to be with the Mining Guild and has been scheming to steal a rare and important part from Flix and Orka’s shop. But through a series of impressive spy maneuvers, Kaz manages to follow the scoundrel and discovers that he’s actually working with the First Order. databank Teth Teth A jungle planet far from the more commonly traveled hyperspace routes, Teth lies deep in the wilds of Hutt-dominated space. Extending from the dense canopy are enormous mesas, atop which Hutt settlers and other shifty types build sanctuaries. A converted B’omarr monk castle that became a Hutt stronghold was the apparent headquarters of mysterious kidnappers who captured Jabba the Hutt’s son during the Clone Wars. When the Republic launched a concerted effort to rescue the Huttlet, they found Separatist forces defending the otherwise abandoned fortress. databank Thala-siren Thala-siren Ahch-To’s thala-sirens are docile marine mammals that like to sun themselves on rocks fringing the coasts of the planet’s islands. Sea sows produce a nutritious green milk, which is harvested by the native Lanai and adventurous visitors. databank Thamm Thamm The tiny alien known as Thamm is a favorite croupier among the Canto Casino’s guests, boisterously encouraging gamblers who visit his table and collecting Cantocoins with a miniature croupier stick. databank The Aces’ Lounge The Aces’ Lounge High up in Doza Tower, the best pilots on the Colossus platform relax in the Aces’ Lounge in between races and important security details, keeping a close eye on political dealings and refueling their stomachs before the next assignment. databank The Anodyne The Anodyne A converted New Republic Nebulon-C frigate, the Anodyne serves the Resistance as a hospital ship. Despite this role, its military capabilities are intact and it often carries a complement of starfighters. databank The Box The Box Designed by the criminal mastermind Moralo Eval, the Box was a lethal simulator designed to test the suitability of a dozen bounty hunters for a secret Separatist mission to kidnap Supreme Chancellor Palpatine on Naboo. The Box was located deep inside Count Dooku’s palace on his home world of Serreno. databank The Citadel The Citadel The Citadel was intended as a flawless contingency for an unthinkable problem — the stark prison was built to hold Jedi, should any in the Order ever turn against the Republic. Constructed 500 years before the Clone Wars, it fell to Separatist control when the planet Lola Sayu was conquered by the Confederacy early in that conflict. The Separatists populated the prison with battle droids, and used it to hold Republic captives. It is an imposing, heavily armed fortress seated atop a monolithic butte. databank The Countess The Countess Her full name and title are a mouthful: Contessa Alissyndrex delga Cantonica Provincion. Fortunately, she’s content with being addressed more simply as the Countess of Canto Bight. The Countess – whose husband is rarely seen in public — sits atop the resort city’s social ranks and owns a sizable share of many of its business operations. databank the Decimator the Decimator With a laser capable of drilling through thick metal doors, the floating sphere known as the Decimator is equipped for burrowing into sealed-off hiding spots and unleashing a blast of crackling energy to annihilate any organic creatures that may stand in its way. databank The Duchess The Duchess Designed by rebel and former Imperial cadet Sabine Wren, the Duchess is a devastating Imperial weapon. It targets Mandalorian armor, superheating it and instantly vaporizing the target. databank The Eravana The Eravana A poor replacement for the lost Millennium Falcon, the Eravana was a Baleen-class bulk freighter used by Han Solo and Chewbacca to move cargoes – some legal, some decidedly not – across the galaxy. The massive ship’s bow section was dominated by a forward hold that doubled as a docking bay, while a transport grid created a labyrinth of cargo containers bound for various starports. After Han and Chewie retrieved the Falcon, they left the Eravana in the hands of the Guavian Death Gang. databank The First Order The First Order The New Republic’s rise reduced the once-mighty Empire to a rump state hemmed in by strict disarmament treaties and punishing reparations. But in the galaxy’s Unknown Regions, former Imperial officers, nobles and technologists plotted a return to power, building fleets and armies in secret. This movement became the First Order, ruled by Supreme Leader Snoke, and is now ready to reclaim the Imperial legacy. databank The Force The Force The Force is a mysterious energy field created by life that binds the galaxy together. Harnessing the power of the Force gives the Jedi, the Sith, and others sensitive to this spiritual energy extraordinary abilities, such as levitating objects, tricking minds, and seeing things before they happen. While the Force can grant users powerful abilities, it also directs their actions. And it has a will of its own, which both scholars and mystics have spent millennia seeking to understand. databank The Fulminatrix The Fulminatrix A massive Mandator IV-class Siege Dreadnought, the Fulminatrix was armed with deadly orbital bombardment cannons that could penetrate planetary shields. The First Order assigned this huge warship, commanded by Moden Canady, the task of incinerating D’Qar’s Resistance base. Canady succeeded, but the Fulminatrix was destroyed by a Resistance bomber run. databank The Gauntlet The Gauntlet With Death Watch dissolved and Mandalore under the rule of Maul, Bo-Katan Kryze and a select few Mandalorian warriors, including Ursa Wren, take refuge on the Gauntlet, a ship that allows them to travel to Coruscant and beyond in search of allies. databank The Ghost The Ghost The Ghost, piloted by the gifted Hera Syndulla, was the starship and home base of a small band of Lothal rebels. Named for its ability to travel past Imperial sensors without detection, the craft included many hidden surprises that aided the crew in their fight against the Empire. Among its many features were a 360-degree dorsal laser cannon turret, two forward laser cannons, and two rear laser cannons, as well as sleeping quarters. It also included the Phantom, a secondary shuttle that acted as a fully-armed starfighter. databank The Grammus Sisters The Grammus Sisters A pair of eccentric performance artists, Rhomby and Parallela Grammus have caused a stir in Canto Bight with their striking appearance and odd mannerisms. The sisters claim to be from another dimension, and sometimes speak in a seemingly unknown language. Among other oddities, they’re famous for being the only known source of a legendary vintage of wine. databank The Grand Inquisitor The Grand Inquisitor Not much is known about the Empire’s Grand Inquisitor. A Pau’an male, he was tasked by Darth Vader to hunt down any surviving Jedi Knights. The Inquistor was an intimidating figure, dressed in all black and wielding a red, double-bladed lightsaber. After several encounters with Kanan Jarrus and his Padawan Ezra Bridger, the Inquisitor died in a lightsaber duel with Kanan – but warned the rogue Jedi that his victory had unleashed something terrible. databank The Grand Inquisitor’s Lightsaber The Grand Inquisitor’s Lightsaber The Grand Inquisitor, the Empire’s ruthless Jedi hunter, carried a lightsaber built to destroy. The weapon featured dual modes, crescent and disc, in addition to some deadly surprises. In its crescent setting, the lightsaber had a single red blade; in disc mode, a second blade emerged, and a spin feature turned the lightsaber in a blindingly fast killing tool. The Grand Inquisitor relished combat, and his weapon proved very effective at intimidating, disorienting, and dispatching his enemies. databank The Graveyard of Ships The Graveyard of Ships After the Battle of Endor, the fragmented Empire made a last stand above the bleak frontier world of Jakku, battling a New Republic task force before retreating into the galaxy’s Unknown Regions. The battle left Jakku’s sands littered with wrecks of starfighters and capital ships from both sides. A generation later, Jakku’s scavengers eked out a living salvaging gear and components from the perilous area, now known as the Graveyard of Ships. databank The Khetanna (Jabba’s Sail Barge) The Khetanna (Jabba’s Sail Barge) Jabba the Hutt valued money and power, and enjoyed showing off just how much he had of both. The Khetanna, his luxury sail barge, was among the crimelord’s most extravagant purchases: a massive transport that carried up to 500 passengers, maintained a crew of 26, and was outfitted with space for live music and entertainment. It was manufactured by Ubrikkian, measuring 30 meters long and equipped with a heavy blaster cannon — an essential feature for Jabba’s lifestyle. Indeed, the craft was symbolic of Jabba’s hubris and ego, and played a large part in his downfall. databank The Liberator The Liberator The Liberator was an Alderaanian crusier and the command ship of Sato, leader of the rebel fleet. It was nearly caught in the tractor beam of a Star Destroyer during a surprise attack from the Empire, but some last-minute heroics from the Ghost crew freed the Liberator, allowing it to make the jump to lightspeed and escape. databank The Libertine The Libertine A sleek and stylish star yacht whose powerful engines give it impressive speed, the Libertine is the property of an arms dealer visiting Canto Bight for a little restorative downtime. Or at least it is until DJ gets to work on the yacht’s anti-theft defenses. databank The Lodge The Lodge A rude, timber-framed hall adorned with animal heads, the Lodge serves the rough-and-tumble settlement of Fort Ypso as saloon, gambling hall, droid-fighting arena and hostel all in one. Adventurous scouts plan explorations at the bar, gamblers seek to reverse their fortunes at the sabacc table, and shadowed alcoves are perfect for conducting illicit business. databank The Mandalorian The Mandalorian His body is shielded by beskar armor, his face hidden behind a T-visored mask, and his past is wrapped in mystery. No one is quite sure who this well-equipped stranger is. The Mandalorian is battle-worn and tight-lipped, a formidable bounty hunter in an increasingly dangerous galaxy. databank The Max Rebo Band The Max Rebo Band The Max Rebo Band was a jazzy ensemble that played gigs from one side of the galaxy to the other. The band was normally a trio, but leader Max Rebo often added vocalists, additional musicians and dancers for clients who wanted a fuller sound and a bigger spectacle. Jabba the Hutt was a big fan, and hired Max’s group to play in his palace overlooking Tatooine’s Dune Sea. databank The New Republic The New Republic The Rebel Alliance became the New Republic after its victory over the Empire at the Battle of Endor. Eager to win over the war-weary citizens of the galaxy, the New Republic revived the Senate, signed a peace treaty – the Galactic Concordance – with the Empire’s remnants, and drastically reduced its military capabilities. That policy aroused the ire of rebel hero Leia Organa, who warned that elements of the Empire were still seeking power. Sidelined from the political process, Organa founded the Resistance to oppose the Empire’s successor state, the mysterious First Order. databank The Nightbrother The Nightbrother Darth Maul called his fighter the Nightbrother — it was a Gauntlet starfighter in the Mandalorian tradition, but customized with a black and red color scheme and other modifications. Like other Gauntlets, it featured rotating wings, a large hull, and was armed with two forward laser cannons and a pair of rearward facing cannons. databank The Ninka The Ninka A Virgillian “Bunkerbuster” designed to destroy tough ground targets from orbit, the Ninka is commanded by Vice Admiral Holdo before she transfers her flag to the Raddus. The Ninka brought the Resistance’s bombers back from a staging area in the Refnu system in time for the evacuation of D’Qar. databank The Outlander Club The Outlander Club A popular gambling den in Coruscant’s lower-level entertainment district, the Outlander Club appealed to wealthy citizens looking to go slumming for an evening and to criminals looking to profit from patrons’ debauched tastes. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi tracked the changeling bounty hunter Zam Wesell to the Outlander Club, disarming her and dragging her outside for questioning. databank The Overseer The Overseer The Overseer is an Imperial-class Star Destroyer from Kuat Drive Yards, currently assigned as the flagship of Titan Squadron. It won distinction at Pothor and the Battle of Jeyell, where the Overseer managed to destroy several enemy Nebulon-B frigates despite being heavily outnumbered. Recently, the Overseer responded to a New Republic strike against the Imperial dockyard at Var-Shaa. Though the Overseer was severely damaged in the battle, it was able to throw off New Republic pursuers and return to search for survivors. Now refitted and fully overhauled, the Overseer is ready to return to the front lines. databank The Phantom The Phantom The Phantom was the short-range shuttle craft of the Ghost. While it was a secondary vehicle, the Phantom was a solid starfighter in its own right. It was equipped with forward laser cannons, a dorsal laser turret, and cargo compartments, making the Phantom ideal for supply runs or close encounters with TIE fighters. databank The Profundity The Profundity The Profundity began its life as a daring ruse: it was built as a tower in a city beneath Mon Cala’s northern ice floes, and launched into space when the Empire subjugated the planet. A quick conversion by Mon Calamari engineers turned the Profundity into the Alliance’s flagship – a modified MC75 star cruiser defended by laser cannons, torpedo launchers and a complement of starfighters. databank The Protectors The Protectors An ancient group of Mandalorian warriors, the Protectors served the ruler of Mandalore. After the Imperial occupation of their homeworld, however, the Protectors established a base on the third moon of the Concord Dawn system. Led by Fenn Rau, they formed an alignment with the Empire; after Rau was captured by the rebels Kanan Jarrus and Sabine Wren, who fought with honor, the Protectors’ sympathies changed. databank The Protectors Camp The Protectors Camp Located on the third moon of the Concord Dawn system, the Protectors Camp was the base of operations for Fenn Rau and his squad of Mandalorian warriors. Dubbed “the Protectors,” they watched over the system from this headquarters. While Rau was honorable, he acted in the name of the Empire thanks to a mutually beneficial agreement. After nearly wiping out the rebels’ Phoenix Squadron, however, the Protectors Camp was infiltrated by the Ghost crew’s Kanan and Sabine — who destroyed many of the group’s ships before capturing Rau. databank The Raddus The Raddus Named for a legendary Mon Calamari commander from the early days of the Rebel Alliance, the Raddus served as Leia Organa’s mobile headquarters and flagship of the ragtag Resistance task force fleeing D’Qar. The MC85 Star Cruiser’s experimental deflector shields could withstand massive damage before failing. That innovation proved critical when Vice Admiral Holdo jumped the cruiser to hyperspace through a First Order task force. The Raddus was destroyed, but its sacrifice bought the Resistance time to escape to Crait. databank The Resistance The Resistance A small, secretive private military force, the Resistance was founded by rebel hero Leia Organa to monitor the actions of the First Order. Most New Republic power brokers tolerate the Resistance while regarding Organa and her fighters as dead-enders with an unfortunate fixation on the past. Organa’s cash-strapped movement relies on credits, ships and equipment quietly funneled to it from the few senators who share her concerns. Resistance starfighters destroyed Starkiller Base, but the First Order’s retaliatory attack on D’Qar reduced its forces to a handful of brave freedom fighters. databank The Silver Angel The Silver Angel A Nebula-class freighter repurposed for a bit more speed, the Silver Angel is Trace Martez’s pride and joy. The aspiring pilot and mechanic has been tinkering on the massive ship with the aim of using the vessel as a means to escape her life in the Coruscant underworld. databank The Spire The Spire Near impenetrable, the Spire is one of the galaxy’s most notorious prisons. Sith Lord Darth Sidious used the Spire to hold his former apprentice, Darth Maul, during the Clone Wars; later, the Spire became an Imperial jail, and was blast-proof, ray-shielded, and protected by anti-ship weapons, TIE fighters, and scanners. databank the Starhawk the Starhawk Built from salvaged Imperial Star Destroyers at a secret location, the Starhawk is a prototype New Republic battleship. It is designed to take on the Empire’s capital ships, finally giving the New Republic the ability to face Imperial fleets on equal terms. The Starhawk has heavy durasteel armor, deflector shields, multiple turbolaser batteries, and a tractor beam array with ten times the power of a Star Destroyer’s beam. The New Republic Senate has already voted to build three more Starhawk-class battleships, hoping to end the war as quickly as possible. databank The Supremacy The Supremacy A capital ship built on a nearly unimaginable scale, the Supremacy is a vast flying wing more than 60 kilometers wide. In addition to being a warship with enormous firepower, it serves Supreme Leader Snoke as throne room and the First Order as mobile capital. Its vast interior houses army training grounds, shipyards, production lines and R&D labs. The mighty ship was torn in two before the Battle of Crait, ripped apart when Vice Admiral Holdo sent the Raddus into hyperspace along a path that passed through the larger craft. databank The Temperance The Temperance The Temperance is an MC75 star cruiser built on Mon Cala. Alongside its sister ship Accordance, the Temperance defended the borders of the Hosnian system during the Battle of Endor, repulsing an Imperial armada that was attempting a surprise attack against the Core Worlds. The Accordance was lost in the battle, but the Temperance took on the survivors and carried the day. It currently serves as Vanguard Squadron’s flagship. databank The Titan The Titan A refueling station in the same design as the Colossus, the Titan is an important military target for the Resistance. By infiltrating the station, Resistance spies can steal valuable tech and parts to keep the Colossus fully operational. databank The Vigil The Vigil The Vigil is a Kuat Drive Yards cargo frigate that entered Resistance service after being captured by pirates. The ship becomes a target of the First Order’s starfighters following the evacuation of D’Qar. databank The Works The Works This largely abandoned industrial zone of Coruscant was once a manufacturing powerhouse known throughout the galaxy. The increasing cost of doing business on Coruscant sent the businesses elsewhere and this neglected industrial zone became the perfect spot for secret Sith meetings as they planned their moves in the Clone Wars. databank Theed Royal Palace Theed Royal Palace Overlooking the beautiful cliffs and waterfalls of Naboo’s capital, the Theed Royal Palace is the seat of government for the elected monarchs of the Naboo. The ornate and ancient building is often the ending point for grand parades, but during the Trade Federation’s blockade of the planet it became the site of great oppression until Queen Amidala and her retinue re-captured it for the freedom of her people. databank Therm Scissorpunch Therm Scissorpunch With a sharpened shank implanted in one claw and an overall fearsome appearance, Therm is reputed for intimidating his opponents during games of sabacc. In reality, he’s a mediocre card player who insists on being addressed by his full name, although it’s unclear if it’s a nickname he’s been given or part of a prestige he’s hoping to create around himself. databank Thermal Detonator Thermal Detonator Thermal detonators are grenade-like weapons that pack tremendous explosive power into a small sphere, and are used by bounty hunters and military forces such as the Empire’s stormtroopers. Cad Bane used thermal detonators during his assault on the Senate Building; a generation later, Princess Leia threatened Jabba the Hutt with a thermal detonator while disguised as the Ubese hunter Boushh. databank Thi-Sen Thi-Sen Thi-Sen is the chieftan of a peaceful tribe of Talz on the planet Orto Plutonia. He tried to negotiate peace with the Pantorans and Galactic Republic, but Chi Cho, chairman of the Pantoran Assembly fought against the peace they found. With Chi Cho out of the way, Riyo Chuchi, with the aid of C-3P0 is able to make peace with Thi-Sen. databank Thrawn’s Office Thrawn’s Office Grand Admiral Thrawn established a base of operations at the Lothal Imperial Factory, including an office from which he could strategize his next moves. Here, he would often examine art and clues he’d gathered in his quest to destroy the rebellion. databank Tiber Saxon Tiber Saxon Tiber Saxon is a Mandalorian warrior who aligned with the Empire following the occupation of his homeworld and the death of his predecessor, Gar Saxon. Having pledged allegiance to the Emperor, he is willing to go to any means to acquire power and enforce the Emperor’s will. databank Tibidee Tibidee Tibidees are large flying creatures found in the mountains of Stygeon Prime, featuring two enormous wings, green eyes, and a long tail. They are attuned to frequencies and vibrations, and can often interpret the signals of nearby starships as mating calls. While mostly gentle, tibidees will attack when threatened or provoked. databank TIE Bomber TIE Bomber The Empire used flights of TIE bombers to drop vast quantities of munitions on rebellious planets and targets in space, delivering devastating attacks with frightening accuracy. databank TIE Brute TIE Brute The TIE/rb heavy starfighter, nicknamed the “TIE Brute,” boasts heavier armor and firepower than a standard TIE, with pivoting twin laser cannons arrayed on an outrigger. An MGX-300 integrated droid intelligence assists the pilot with operations. databank TIE dagger TIE dagger Forged in secret by sinister forces, this new generation of TIE fighter swoops into action, with triangular wings that give the sleek Sith vessel a menacing profile. databank TIE defender TIE defender The TIE defender is an experimental fighter of the TIE series, armed with heavy cannons and shields, and is equipped with a hyperdrive. A major weapon for the Empire, the TIE defender proves much more difficult to destroy than standard TIE fighters. databank TIE defender elite TIE defender elite With nearly unmatched speed and maneuverability, the TIE defender elite is a marvel of Imperial engineering. The prototype is housed on Lothal, where ace pilot Vult Skerris personally tests the experimental craft. databank TIE fighter TIE fighter The TIE fighter was the unforgettable symbol of the Imperial fleet. Carried aboard Star Destroyers and battle stations, TIE fighters were single-pilot vehicles designed for fast-paced dogfights with Rebel X-wings and other starfighters. The iconic TIE fighter led to other models in the TIE family including the dagger-shaped TIE Interceptor and the explosive-laden TIE bomber. The terrifying roar of a TIE’s engines would strike fear into the hearts of all enemies of the Empire. databank TIE Interceptor TIE Interceptor Faster and better-armed descendents of regular TIE fighters, TIE interceptors defended the second Death Star at the Battle of Endor. The bent-winged fighters swarmed the Rebel fleet in a terrifying display of the Empire’s military might. databank TIE silencer TIE silencer Reminiscent in design of the Empire’s TIE interceptor and Darth Vader’s TIE advanced, Kylo Ren’s TIE silencer is an angular fighter equipped with laser cannons and missile launchers. Ren is an expert pilot — thanks to skills passed down from his father — which he puts to use in exploiting his ship’s speed and ferocity. There is no other First Order craft like the TIE silencer, and it is an effective tool in Ren’s mission to destroy the Resistance. databank TIE striker TIE striker A streamlined variant of the classic TIE fighter design, the TIE striker is designed for atmospheric patrols over important Imperial ground-based installations. databank Tion Medon Tion Medon Greeting Obi-Wan Kenobi during his search for General Grievous on windswept Utapau was Port Administrator Tion Medon. The tall, gaunt Utapaun initially feigned ignorance about Grievous’ whereabouts, but then whispered a warning to Kenobi. Grievous was indeed on the planet, hiding on the tenth level of the sinkhole city with an army of thousands of battle droids. databank Tiplar Tiplar Jedi General Tiplar led clone troops during the Clone Wars, sometimes serving alongside her twin sister Tiplee. Clone trooper CT-5385, nicknamed Tup, shot and killed Tiplar during combat on a space station above the planet Ringo Vinda. Tup’s apparently treasonous action was the result of a malfunctioning bio-chip secretly implanted in all the clones to ensure their obedience. databank Tiplee Tiplee Tiplee served as a Jedi General during the Clone Wars, sometimes fighting alongside her twin sister Tiplar. She witnessed her sister’s death at the hands of clone trooper Tup at Ringo Vinda. Later, Tiplee joined Obi-Wan Kenobi on a mission to capture Darth Maul at Ord Mantell. She died in a lightsaber duel with Count Dooku. databank Titan Squadron Titan Squadron Titan Squadron has a reputation throughout the Empire to match their unofficial motto: “Unrelenting Might.” Titan’s pilots are trained to lead heavy strikes against enemy stations and planets, and scatter hostile armadas ahead of Imperial capital ships. Though their numbers have diminished since Endor, that has only made Titan’s remaining pilots more determined to crush the New Republic. databank Tobias Beckett Tobias Beckett A native of Glee Anselm, Tobias Beckett is a professional thief who’s planned and carried out any number of heists with his crew. Beckett is always aware of the angles and uncertainties – and ready to unholster his blasters if something goes wrong. That’s always a possibility — Beckett has learned the hard way that trust has its limits. databank Todo 360 Todo 360 Cad Bane’s techno-service droid had many built in gadgets that made him incredibly useful, but he also had an attitude to match. Always willing to do his duty, Todo was a hard worker and would make sure to remind you of that fact, especially if you called him a butler droid. databank Togruta Togruta Native to the planet Shili, the Togruta are notable for their striped, horn-like montrals and head-tails. The species has spread beyond their homeworld to colonies such as Kiros, which was despoiled by Zygerrian slavers during the Clone Wars. Notable Togruta include Governor Roshti of Kiros and three members of the Jedi Order: Ashla, a youngling; the Jedi Master Shaak Ti; and Anakin Skywalker’s Padawan, Ahsoka Tano. databank Toht Ra Toht Ra Dryden Vos employs Toht Ra and his fellow Hylobon thugs to serve as security aboard the First Light. Ra is the yacht’s attendant, confiscating guests’ weapons as they board. The Hylobon has a percussive cannon and vibrocutlass at the ready in case of trouble. databank Tooka Tooka A small, feline creature found throughout the galaxy, tookas are simultaneously adored as fuzzy pets and reviled as feral nuisances on many planets. Properly trained, they can be affectionate as well as effective pest-hunters, which has led to their proliferation across worlds as freighter captains and other spacers use tookas to rid their starship holds of vermin. Tookas are so commonplace that they are often represented as stuffed toys — like tooka dolls — or cartoon illustrations that play up their playful and/or predatory nature. databank Tooka doll Tooka doll Beloved by the children of Ryloth and other worlds, tooka dolls are a popular toy, turning the image of the small, feline-like feral creatures into cuddly and soft playthings. databank Torch Torch The older models of astromech droids are often overlooked as little more than scrap, but Torch’s loyalty and abilities to mask all signs of functionality to play dead make this droid an indispensable ally. Whether breaking Venisa Doza out of a First Order prison cell, piloting a TIE as a clever diversion, or setting off a series of explosions to cover a hasty escape, this little droid is more than capable under fire. databank Torra Doza Torra Doza A daring pilot at the Colossus station with a sense of flair and competitiveness, Torra Doza has the combined energy of a hotshot Ace and a fifteen-year old. She is the daughter of the station operator, Captain Imanuel Doza, and lives in the station’s upper levels. databank Torra’s Quarters Torra’s Quarters She may be a racing prodigy, but Torra Doza still spends her downtime relaxing like other teenagers her age. On display inside her quarters are a number of trophies and other trinkets, including a stuffed Ewok, an Ortolan toy, a First Order stormtrooper doll, and a figure in Ubese armor. databank Toydaria Toydaria Toydaria is a world of fog, swamp, and forest. It played a key stragic role in the Clone Wars, as the planet’s king, Katuunko, chose to stay neutral in the ongoing conflict. After a visit from Jar Jar Binks and Bail Organa, however, the king swore allegiance to the Republic, and allowed Toydaria to be used as a halfway point for supply delivery to clones. databank Toydarian Toydarian Toydarian are fly-like humanoids, with wings, a snout, and webbed feed. They are known to be strong-willed and resistant to manipulation through the Force. databank Trace Trace A no-nonsense mechanic and aspiring pilot on Level 1313 of the Coruscant underworld, Trace Martez dreams of a life among the stars. With the ship she’s repairing, she and her sister Rafa will make a living far from the reach of the Jedi and the Clone Wars, if she has her way. databank Trade Federation Trade Federation One of the wealthiest corporate organizations in the galaxy, the Trade Federation controlled most of the interstellar shipping passing through the Rim territories. The Trade Federation was headed by Viceroy Nute Gunray, and even had its own representative in the Republic Senate to lobby for even greater power. On the orders of Darth Sidious, the Trade Federation sent its battle droids to invade Naboo to create a government crisis. During the Clone Wars, the Trade Federation secretly signed on as a member of Count Dooku’s Separatist organization, though representatives in the Senate tried to deny this. databank Trade Federation Battleship Trade Federation Battleship At over three kilometers in diameter, these enormous vessels resemble flattened disks with a central sphere containing the ship’s bridge and reactor assemblies. The disk is broken at the front of the craft, revealing two mammoth docking bays lined with forward docking claws. The reclusive Neimoidian commanders typically seal themselves in the ship’s spacious bridge while their legions of droids handle the operation of the mighty craft. The most important vessel in a Separatist battleship flotilla is the Droid Control Ship, which transmitted signals to the battle droid armies used by the Trade Federation and Separatist forces. databank Trade Federation Landing Ship Trade Federation Landing Ship With its huge wingspan and imposing boot-shaped loading ramp, the Trade Federation landing ship was a daunting sight. Once the immense vessels set down on a clear and secured landing field, they disgorged AATs, MTTs, troop transports and battle droids into the battlefield. These vessels saw heavy use in the military of the Separatist Alliance. databank Training Remote Training Remote These miniature droids are used in combat training, darting back and forth on repulsors and firing sting beams that can be set for a variety of intensity levels. Both younglings and established Jedi trained with remotes, using them as teaching tools for avoiding blaster bolts and deflecting them with lightsabers. databank Trandoshan Trandoshan Trandoshans are reptilian humanoids, with slimy, scaled-skin. They have long arms and legs, and are known to be excellent hunters. databank Trandoshan skiff Trandoshan skiff The Trandoshans are avid hunters, fashioning rugged skiffs for all manner of sport. databank Transponders Transponders Masking transponders, made by the Corellian Engineering Corporation, were used to transmit ship identification data; they were reprogrammable so that they could project false profiles for those who wished to not be seen. When the Ghost rebels needed to escape Lothal, they used Lando Calrissian’s transponders to send out the same signal throughout the planet. As a result, the Empire was confused, and their ships were forced to investigate each signal. This gave the rebels the opportunity they needed to jump into hyperspace. databank Transport ticketing droid Transport ticketing droid Travelers coming from and going to the Colossus must register with the transport droid stationed at the platform depot upon arrival and purchase passage on any outbound shuttles when they wish to depart. But as the First Order security forces crack down, citizens find it becomes more difficult to leave. databank Trash incinerator Trash incinerator The Colossus platform has traded outdated trash compactor technology for the precision of an incinerator. When Torra Doza and Kazuda Xiono try to escape through the incinerator room, they must run for their lives, dodging the searing lasers that threaten to turn them into little more than scorch marks. databank treadable treadable These lumbering but reliable tracked vehicles are common sights on Pasaana, where they serve as both free-ranging shops and passenger transports. A treadable’s two tracks can be operated independently, allowing the driver to free the vehicle from rocks and sand mires. databank Trident Drill Assault Craft Trident Drill Assault Craft A strange, alien-built type of combat vessel used to deploy large numbers of troops, the Trident assault ship is part of the Separatist fleet of battle craft. The squid-shaped vehicle can “swim” through space with the help of engines concealed within its trailing tentacles. When it closes in on an enemy ship, it can blast it apart with laser weaponry or grapple the vessel in an unbreakable tentacle grip. Huge versions of the Trident craft include a powerful drill assembly that can penetrate the armored hull of a starship or bunker, and then disgorge troops through the gaping hole. databank Tristan Wren Tristan Wren Tristan Wren, brother of rebel Sabine Wren, is a capable yet conflicted warrior. Along with his clan, he aligned with the Empire following the occupation of Mandalore, and blamed his sister for her role in its fall. But after a clash with Gar Saxon on Krownest, he now stands with his sister in defiance of Imperial tyranny. databank truckspeeder truckspeeder Moloch uses this hulking Trast Heavy Transports A-A4B truckspeeder for White Worm missions in Coronet City or elsewhere on Corellia. His truckspeeder is formidably armored, with a noisy, powerful engine. A forward cage holds a pack of Corellian hounds trained at sniffing out fugitives. databank Trudgen Trudgen A collector of grim trophies, Trudgen fights with a massive vibrocleaver made even more deadly by embedded ultrasonic conductors. His hodgepodge armor and helmet are a personalized record of enemies he has defeated. databank Trudgen’s vibrocleaver Trudgen’s vibrocleaver Trudgen’s massive vibrocleaver is an intimidating weapon even before its wielder activates its ultrasonic capabilities. Trudgen often carries his great blade propped on one shoulder, a promise of devastation that reduces his enemies to quaking fear. databank Tryla Tryla When the nomadic Death Watch army arrived on the peaceful planet of Carlac, they intruded in the towns of the native Ming Po. Under Pre Vizsla’s command, the Death Watch kidnapped many defenseless natives, forcing them to serve their needs as they set up a temporary base of operations. Not even Tryla, the grand-daughter of Chieftain Peiter was spared. Tryla befriended Ahsoka Tano, a Jedi hidden in their midst, but did not live long enough to see her town liberated. databank Tseebo Tseebo Tseebo was a Rodian from Lothal who joined the Empire — then became one of the most wanted beings in the galaxy. Outfitted with Lobot-tech headgear, Tseebo accessed and stole secret Imperial schematics and plans, resulting in a planet-wide manhunt. While the technological implants caused him to appear incoherent, Tseebo was eventually found by an old friend, Ezra Bridger, and his team of rebels. They protected him, and Tseebo and Ezra came to peace with past mistakes and questions. databank TT-8L/Y7 TT-8L/Y7 These gatekeeper droids were eye-stalk droids that were installed in doors and entryways to screen visitors. They earned their nickname, “tattletale droids” from their obnoxious demeanor in the pursuit of fulfilling their programming. They we’re manufactured by Serv-O-Droid, Inc. and were in use across the galaxy for years. During the Clone Wars, one was installed Rishi Station outpost and another was used by Gha Nachkt, a Trandoshan trader. Probably the most infamous and annoying TT-8L/Y7 in use was the one who kept out visitors out of Jabba’s Palace. databank Tuanul Tuanul One of Jakku’s sacred villages, Tuanul is little more than a few wattle-and-daub huts clustered around a large vaporator cistern. Here, worshippers guided by the Force live simple, self-reliant lives in isolation. That isolation came to an abrupt and brutal end when First Order stormtroopers arrived seeking the retired explorer and spiritual seeker Lor San Tekka. databank Tuggs’ Grub Sienar-Chall Utilipede Transport Tuggs’ Grub Sienar-Chall Utilipede Transport Strono “Cookie” Tuggs is in much demand for his culinary skills, so he travels from site to site in a modified Sienar-Chall Utilipede Transport that becomes a mobile kitchen and restaurant. His travels across the galaxy allow him to fill his pantry with exotic ingredients that he uses to make new and unusual dishes. The transport is a versatile carrier vessel, with a modular cargo cradle that can support several self-contained modules with built-in life support systems. He is proud to present Tuggs’ Grub, a “traveling diner for diners traveling,” inspired by dishes he created during his time on Takodana. databank Turtle Tanker Turtle Tanker A utilitarian starship pressed into essential if unglamorous duty throughout the galaxy, the Turtle Tank is a hybrid space transport and walker vehicle. The starship has spacious holds that can be partitioned to allow for simultaneous transport of a variety of cargo, including bulk supplies to outland colonists or refuse from industrial worlds to distant dumping grounds. To assist landing on worlds with minimal or no docking facilities, the ship features four all-terrain walker legs. The minimal Turtle Tank control cabin also doubles as an escape pod, and can detach from the main hull of the ship. databank Tusken Raiders Tusken Raiders Fearsome desert savages inhabiting the rocky Jundland Wastes, Tusken Raiders are the foremost reason Tatooine colonists do not wander far from their isolated communities. Extremely territorial and xenophobic, Tusken Raiders will attack with very little provocation. They have even gathered numbers large enough to attack the outskirts of smaller towns like Anchorhead. Covered from head-to-foot in tattered rags and robes, Tusken Raiders — or Sand People as they are also known — brandish a deadly bladed club known as a gaderffii. databank Twazzi Twazzi A lithe, acrobatic Frenk, Twazzi’s limber agility earned the praise of so vaunted a witness as Chancellor Valorum. As a bounty hunter, Twazzi used her flexibility and balance to good effect, outmaneuvering opponents and positioning herself in sniping positions that would be impossible for most humanoids. databank Twi’lek Twi’lek Twi’leks are tall, thin humanoids with skin pigment that spans a rainbow of colors. Their most distinctive feature is a pair of shapely prehensile tentacles that grow from the base of their skulls. Few things are as graceful as a female Twi’lek in motion. This beautiful image has forever doomed generations of young Twi’leks into servitude, as the wealthy and corrupt have taken to brandishing Twi’leks as badges of prestige. In the waning years of the Republic, the Twi’lek homeworld of Ryloth was represented in the Galactic Senate by the corpulent blue-skinned politician Orn Free Taa. Even a politician of high office was not above flaunting a pair of lovely Twi’lek aides as a sign of influence and wealth. databank Twilight Twilight Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano escaped from Teth aboard the battered spice freighter Twilight, surviving a crash landing on Tatooine. Anakin had the ship salvaged and repaired for a number of reasons. He’d become fond of her, she’d proved surprisingly maneuverable, she offered Anakin plenty of opportunities for tinkering with machinery, and a nondescript freighter could prove useful on secret missions. While Anakin enjoyed tinkering with the Twilight, she proved difficult to keep spaceworthy — as Obi-Wan Kenobi discovered when he borrowed the freighter to rescue Duchess Satine from captivity on Mandalore. The Twilight barely held together long enough to land, and was later shot down by Death Watch commandos. Obi-Wan and Satine escaped the crash, but the old freighter had finally met her end. databank Type II Loadlifter Type II Loadlifter Type II loadlifter droids are sometimes commissioned by unscrupulous business types on the Coruscant underworld. The repurposed demolition droids are prone to violence and, without the aid of a restraining bolt, have been glimpsed rampaging on the city streets. databank U-wing U-wing A sturdy troop transport and gunship used by the Rebel Alliance, the U-wing starfighter is a well-armed swing-wing vessel that must penetrate heavy fire zones to deposit soldiers onto battlefields and then fly air support during dangerous missions against the Empire. databank U9-C4 U9-C4 A somewhat timid astromech droid that served with Jedi Thongla Jur during the Clone Wars, U9-C4 was called upon to serve the Republic as part of D-Squad, an all-droid special missions unit led by the gruff Colonel Meebur Gascon. To carry out the vital assignment of capturing a Separatist encryption module, Ceefor was outfitted with an intense laser cutter capable of slicing through most materials. To fire the laser, Ceefor had to anchor itself firmly since the modification packed quite the recoil. databank UA-TT Walker UA-TT Walker The Urban Assault Tripod Transport is the First Order’s favored ground vehicle for operations in cities, offering an ideal mix of firepower, mobility and defensive capabilities. The three-legged craft’s design draws inspiration from the AT-APs used more than a half-century earlier by the Republic in the Clone Wars. databank Ubbla Mollbro Ubbla Mollbro A boisterous Xi’Dec opera singer, Ubbla Mollbro braves the scorn of Canto Bight’s old-money elite while on a quest to find a suitable hatching partner. With her well-maintained egg sacs and inimitable sense of style, how can Ubbla fail? databank Ubert “Sticks” Quaril Ubert “Sticks” Quaril Ubert Quaril, known among his fellow musicians as Sticks, played some odd gigs in his time – but few were odder than entertaining the assorted lawbreakers and fortune-seekers drawn to Maz’s castle on Takodana. Appearing as part of a quartet, Sticks entertained the crowd with his xyloxan. databank Ubialla Gheal Ubialla Gheal Ubailla Gheal’s nightclub in Canto Bight is one of the resort city’s highlights. Tall and grand, Ubailla is determined to rise in Canto Bight’s social hierarchy, and seeks to do favors for the city’s power brokers so that she can become one herself. databank Ugnaught Ugnaught Ugnaughts are a species of diminutive humanoids who divided themselves into a tribal heirarchy. They have pink skin, white hair, upturned noses, and thick layers of jowls. They found work across the galaxy everywhere from the Jedi Temple and Coruscant to Cloud City and Lothal. One notable Ugnaught scholar and antiquities expert was Korin Pers, a sava at the University of Bar’leth. databank Umbara Umbara Umbara, known as the “Shadow World” due to the rays of its sun never completely reaching its surface, is perpetually dark. The native wildlife have adapted to survive in such gloom, making the planet perpetually dangerous. Umbara was once part of the Galactic Republic, represented in the Senate by Senator Mee Deechi. Later in the Clone Wars, the planet’s loyalty wavered and the natives of Umbara allied themselves with the Separatists, bringing their extremely advanced technology to the Separatist Alliance. databank Umbaran Umbaran The pale and ghostly Umbarans are an extremely high tech species who have decided that the Separatists are a more worthy group to follow than the Republic. At one time represented in the Galactic Republic by the devious Mee Deechi, Umbara seceded from the Republic and joined the Separatist cause. Their advanced weaponry proved a great challenge to the clone troopers tasked with conquering Umbara. databank Umbaran Crawler Tank Umbaran Crawler Tank Also known as an Impeding Assault Tank (IAT), the Umbaran crawler tank is a horrifying mechanical monster created by the advanced technology of the Umbaran people. The crawler tank is armed with blaster cannons, shield generators, and designed to have multiple redundancies to cope for heavy damage. databank Umbaran Hover Tank Umbaran Hover Tank The Shadow People of Umbara have excelled in the science of technology despite their isolation from the rest of the galaxy. In their pocket of territory within the Ghost Nebula, they have engineered potent examples of energy weaponry and anti-gravity systems with performance that exceeds galactic standards. One impressive example is the Umbaran hover tank. The single-pilot vehicle is built around an armored control pod bracketed by twin conducting vanes that each house an electromagnetic plasma cannon that can decimate entire platoons of enemy troops with a single blast. When the tank is powered down, in docked configuration, the conducting vanes rotate and split open to serve as landing struts. databank Umbaran MHC Umbaran MHC During the Republic campaign to secure Umbara, the natives of the shadowy world unleashed all manner of previously unseen advanced technology against the clone trooper forces. The Umbaran MHC — mobile heavy cannon — is a titanic juggernaut built atop six powerful, ground-shaking legs. The dome-shaped body of the spider-like tank is heavily armored, able to withstand anti-armor infantry rockets. Mounted atop the dome on an articulated arm is a powerful electromagnetic plasma cannon. The monstrous MHC has almost no weaknesses. databank Umbaran Starfighter Umbaran Starfighter Using the highly advanced technology native to its planet of development, the Umbaran starfighter is the most intuitively-designed ship in the galaxy. Its shielded cockpit surrounded the pilot with touch-sensitive holographic displays that react instantly to touch. The ship’s unique construction allows its airframe to flex and bend, not only adding to its maneuverability, but allowing it to land and take off with a minimal of mechanical effort. It boasts the energetic plasma weapons found on many Umbaran craft, as well as modular missile pods. databank Unkar Plutt Unkar Plutt A hulking Crolute, Unkar Plutt is the junkboss of Jakku, doling survival rations out to scavengers in return for salvage from the Graveyard of Ships. The ruthless Unkar uses hired muscle to enforce his stranglehold on barter, sending his thugs to punish any scavenger who dares dabble in unauthorized trades or negotiates too aggressively. The Blobfish – as scavengers call him behind his broad back — has collected all matter of weapons, gears and ships over the years, including a battered Corellian freighter he keeps under a tarp on the outskirts of Niima Outpost. databank Unkar’s Thugs Unkar’s Thugs The junkboss Unkar Plutt enforces his control of Jakku’s salvage economy by paying dim-witted henchmen to watch for scavengers conducting unauthorized barter or otherwise challenging the Blobfish’s authority. Unkar’s thugs keep their faces hidden to conceal their identities, but Niima Outpost is a small place whose residents know the bullies by their voices, carriage and body language. The scavengers find the attempts at secrecy amusing — unless they’re on the receiving end of one of Unkar’s punishments. databank Ursa Wren Ursa Wren The commanding force of Clan Wren, Ursa Wren is an unflinching Mandalorian warrior and leader. Following the Imperial occupation of Mandalore, Ursa’s relationship to her daughter Sabine became strained. But after a reconciliation on Krownest, they are now determined to restore Mandalore and fight the Empire’s oppression. databank Ushar Ushar Ushar enjoys testing opponents’ mettle, giving those he deems worthy the honor of a quick death. His weapon of choice is a brutal war club enhanced with a concussion-field generator. While Ushar’s origins remain mysterious, his helmet’s breathing tubes suggest he comes from some species other than humanity. databank Ushar’s war club Ushar’s war club A brutishly simple and effective weapon, Ushar’s war club is a studded length of metal topped with a pommel that can store and then unleash kinetic energy in a deadly concussive wave. databank Utai Utai The Utai are short, pink-skinned humanoids with black eyes that share the planet Utapau with their larger neighbors, the Pau’ans, as well as with bands of Amani and Sugi. The Utai gladly left the business of running the planet and dealing with outsiders to the larger Pau’ans, apparently content with menial tasks ranging from animal husbandry to starship maintenance. databank Utapau Utapau Ringed by numerous moons, the remote sanctuary of Utapau is a planet pitted with enormous sinkholes. Its windswept surface is dry and desert-like, but deep in the porous crust, at the bottom of the sinkholes are pools of life-giving water. Many of the sinkholes on one of the planet’s small continents are lined with intricate cities that stretch deep into caves and crevices beneath the planet’s surface, as well as mining operations that seek to uncover valuable minerals from the planet’s depths. databank V-19 Torrent V-19 Torrent A fast, maneuverable starfighter, the V-19 saw service during the Clone Wars in battles above planets such as Teth and Ryloth. The craft’s blaster cannons and concussion missile launchers gave it a formidable weapons complement. Many of its technologies were later adapted for the V-wing fighter. V-19s were tricky to fly, as the bounty hunter Cad Bane discovered when he stole one to escape from the Jedi Cruiser Resolute. databank V-35 Landspeeder V-35 Landspeeder The V-35 landspeeder is an inexpensive, older-model ground transport, commonly found on Outer Rim worlds like Lothal. It features a one-driver, open-air port, and is easily recognized by its pointed nose and raised repulsorlift thrusters. databank V-wing Fighter V-wing Fighter First deployed in the final days of the Republic, the V-wing fighter incorporated technological advances from the ARC-170 and V-19 Torrent and took design cues from Jedi starfighters. The speedy fighter proved ideal for escort duty, and V-wings accompanied the Emperor’s shuttle to and from the Mustafar system when Palpatine rescued Darth Vader. databank Vader’s castle Vader’s castle An obsidian tower rising from the lava fields of Mustafar, Darth Vader’s personal redoubt sits above an ancient Sith cave that is a source of malignant power, as well as near the site of the former Anakin Skywalker’s maiming by Obi-Wan Kenobi. These twin connections help Vader channel his rage and pain into a focus for the dark side of the Force. After Vader’s death, the castle has become a pilgrimage site for cultists drawn to the Sith Lord’s legend. databank Val Val A no-nonsense and occasionally prickly woman who is a crack shot with a blaster rifle, Val may be the most even-headed and capable member of Tobias Beckett’s ragtag crew of scoundrels. databank Valen Rudor Valen Rudor After the Empire discovered that Old Jho — owner of the popular Old Jho’s Pit Stop cantina — was aiding rebels, they arrested and executed him. The Empire assumed ownership of the watering hole, placing it under the stewardship of Valen Rudor. There, Rudor once again encountered the rebels. He led a hunt for Ezra Bridger and his friends through the city’s underground tunnels, but was unable to apprehend them. databank Valik Valik With a mohawk-like line of black spikes protruding from her chalky skin, piercing red eyes, and long, bony fingers capped by claw-like nails, the pirate Valik strikes fear into the hearts of those who make her acquaintance. databank Vandor Vandor An unspoiled frontier world with soaring mountains and endless plains, Vandor is sparsely settled and lacking the technological infrastructure common on other planets. But Vandor’s days as a refuge from the hurly-burly of galactic civilization are numbered: the Empire has a growing presence on the planet. databank Vaneé Vaneé A black-cloaked attendant to Darth Vader, Vaneé interrupts the Sith Lord’s meditation in his rejuvenation chamber on Mustafar to announce Orson Krennic’s arrival. After Krennic’s audience with Vader was over, Vaneé advises the director that it would be wise to say nothing of what he’s seen in the Sith sanctum. databank Vanguard Squadron Vanguard Squadron Vanguard Squadron operates largely in the Bormea Sector, handling pockets of Imperial resistance and defending key New Republic planets like Chandrila and Brentaal IV. They specialize in rapid response attacks, high-risk rescue missions, and ambushing Imperial capital ships, going by their squadron motto: “Fearless to the Finish”. Recently, Vanguard has been picked to tackle a special covert assignment. databank Varactyl Varactyl Varactyls are majestic reptavian herbivores native to the Utapau system. They typically have blue and green feather manes and feather ridges along their back. Used as incredibly loyal and obedient mounts, they have strides large and strong enough to navigate the uneven and often vertical landscapes of Utapau. On the last day of the Clone Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi used a varactyl named Boga to hunt down General Grievous and battle him in his wheel bike. Boga was a sad casualty of Order 66 when Commander Cody opened fire on General Kenobi and his varactyl mount. databank Vardos Vardos Once an independent planet, Vardos was brought under Imperial control shortly after the end of the Clone War. A young Garrick Versio united the Jinata System under the Emperor’s banner, and Vardos became an Imperial utopia. Populated with Imperial installations, training grounds, and military bases, Vardos is also home to millions of loyal citizens. The stunning red soil of Vardos can be seen from space, as can its mountain ranges and oceans. But the planet’s jewel is Kestro, the capital city and Imperial hub. It is also the location of Vardos’ seminal Future Imperial Leaders Military Preparatory School, as well as Jinata Security’s headquarters. databank Vargo Spaceport Vargo Spaceport Nestled in the Varkana system, the Vargo Spaceport is home to a simple marketplace where newcomers are easy to spot in the sparse crowd. databank Varkana Varkana The vast red planet Varkana is home to the Vargo Spaceport, a trading hub built into the otherwise unforgiving rocky terrain. databank Venisa Doza Venisa Doza A fearless freedom fighter, Venisa Doza once fought with the Rebel Alliance to dismantle the Galactic Empire but fell in love with an Imperial officer in the process. While her family remains safe aboard the Colossus – after convincing Imanuel Doza to defect, the two married and had a child – Venisa has answered the call of the Resistance, insistent on fighting back against the threat of the First Order so that her daughter, Torra, might one day live in a galaxy at peace. databank Veris Hydan Veris Hydan An advisor to Emperor Palpatine, Minister Veris Hydan is not Force-sensitive but is a scholar of Jedi and Sith lore and history. Upon the discovery of the Lothal Jedi Temple, Hydan was charged with leading the excavation and deciphering its mysteries. databank Vernestra “Vern” Rwoh Vernestra “Vern” Rwoh Vern is a newly-minted Jedi Knight. Vernestra, Mirialan, was Padawan to Stellan Gios. She works hard and is devoted to the Jedi Order, more so than most others her age. At sixteen she is one of the youngest Knights in a generation. She struggles to fit in with the adults while also setting a good example for the younger Jedi. databank vexis vexis Armored with thick scales, these great serpents dwell beneath the sands of Pasaana in networks of tunnels whose walls are hardened by oil excreted from their skins. After Rey and her friends tumble into the burrow of an injured vexis, she instinctively uses the Force to heal the creature, avoiding a dangerous confrontation. databank Vi Moradi Vi Moradi Vi is a female spy who serves in the Resistance. Some time prior to the First Order’s attack on Hosnian Prime, she was captured and interrogated for information regarding the past of Captain Phasma by Phasma’s rival, Cardinal, in exchange for her release. Recognizing her talent, General Organa sent Vi and other spies to scout for a new Resistance command location. Vi traveled to Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, where she managed to secure a safe location for the Resistance to rendezvous. databank Vibro Ax Vibro Ax Axes are intimidating weapons and come in a number of varieties, but none are more fearsome than the Vibro-ax. They all boast blades like a standard axe, but come equipped with vibration generators that increase their lethality and cutting ability significantly. They’re the weapon of choice for Gamorreans, but are wielded by any number of thugs who are looking for an advantage in melee combat. databank vibro-arbir blades vibro-arbir blades One pair of Snoke’s Praetorian Guards wields twin vibro-arbir blades that can be joined at the ends to form a single double-bladed polearm or wielded independently in each hand. The blades’ metal edges are complemented by razor-sharp beams of electro-plasma. databank vibro-voulge vibro-voulge Two of Snoke’s crimson-armored Praetorian Guards defend the Supreme Leader with axlike vibro-voulges, which can chop through an opponent. An ultrasonic generator in the weapon’s hilt gives it additional cutting power. databank Vicrul Vicrul A powerful but untrained user of the dark side of the Force, Vicrul sees himself as a harvester, using his vicious ultrasonic scythe to cut down enemies and take their souls to augment his own power. databank Vicrul’s scythe Vicrul’s scythe Made of tough steel shot through with phrik and beskar, Vicrul’s trademark scythe channels vibrosonic energy to make it more lethal in combat. The “harvester” of the Knights of Ren also carries a blaster pistol for long-distance battles. databank Viper probe droid Viper probe droid Aratech’s line of 11-3K Viper probe droids are used for investigation, exploration and reconnaissance. A rotating collar assembly gives their blaster cannons a 360-degree field of fire. Viper droids patrol the conveyex track near the Imperial vault on Vandor, alert for any suspicious activity. databank Vixus Vixus The dense shadows that cling like a fog to Umbara’s surface can cause a traveler to absentmindedly step into a tangle of vines, and it is then too late to escape the clutches of a vixus creature. The vines are the tentacles of the beast. Seven ropy limbs stretch out from a dome-shaped mouth, and smaller, secondary tentacles fill the gaps between these larger arms. The beast’s mouth is the only visible portion of the creature’s underground body. As the sharp teeth part, rays of light shine from within, briefly illuminating the poor victim’s final moments. databank Vizsla Keep 09 Vizsla Keep 09 Death Watch commander Pre Vizsla built a massive military operation during the Clone Wars, including secret bases spread throughout the galaxy. One such outpost was Vizsla Keep 09, which was hidden in the rings of Phelbos. Darth Maul, who’d assumed control of Mandalore after defeating Vizsla in combat, knew of the fort. During the Clone Wars, he brought Count Dooku and General Grievous to the Keep after capturing them on Ord Mantell; the Republic later tracked Maul there, leading to a battle between clones and Maul’s Shadow Collective. Years later, Maul used it as a meeting point with the Ghost rebels, where he would join Sith and Jedi holocrons together to gain secret knowledge. databank Vober Dand Vober Dand A grizzled Tarsunt, Vober Dand serves in the Resistance’s Ground Logistics Division, monitoring operations. He is known as a stickler for detail and proper procedure. During the Resistance’s attack on Starkiller Base, Dand monitored the squadrons’ losses with increasing worry. Dand continued his service to the Resistance after the evacuation of D’Qar. databank Vocal Emulator Vocal Emulator A hard-to-come-by example of technology custom made for covert operations, a vocal emulator is a device used by spies to alter their voiceprint to a perfect duplicate of a sample subject. The small sphere records a sample of a target subject’s voice, and tiny processors within analyze pitch, frequency, as well as intonation and inflection. The device then sprouts limbs to assist the spy in swallowing the emulator. The rigid tentacle like legs part the way through the throat and past the hyoid bone, to connect directly into the larynx. databank Volzang Li-Thrull Volzang Li-Thrull A veteran fighter, Volzang Li-Thrull joined Tasu Leech and his fellow gang members on a mission to intercept the Eravana and confront Han Solo. Leech ordered Volzang to search the freighter – which became a dangerous assignment with rathtars on the loose. databank Voxx Cluster Voxx Cluster An asteroid field surrounding a floating hotel and casino makes for an enticing and dangerous race course, a proving ground for young pilots who hunger for the thrill of overcoming dismal odds. The cluster is where Ace Pilot Hype Fazon got his start, and as he puts it, here “You’re either a great racer or a goner.” databank Vranki the Blue Vranki the Blue As proprietor, host, and promoter of Vranki’s Hotel and Casino, Vranki the Blue’s corpulent form glides around his resort, overseeing his massive empire of gambling and racing. Although he prides himself in being different than the rest of the Hutt clan, Vranki isn’t above cheating to ensure the odds are in his favor, especially when a substantial prize is on the line. databank Vranki’s Hotel and Casino Vranki’s Hotel and Casino Since the war erupted, business has been slow at Vranki’s Hotel and Casino in the Voxx cluster, where security is enforced by two muscular Kowakian apes in comically small caps. But the Hutt proprietor’s luck changes when his old friend Hype Fazon shows up itching to race. Unfortunately for the Rodian flyboy and his friends, the house always wins at Vranki’s, and those odds extend to the dangerous race track through a nearby asteroid belt. databank Vulptex Vulptex Vulptices are foxlike creatures with coats made up of crystalline bristles. They are gregarious and curious, with keen eyesight and the ability to squeeze their bodies through narrow gaps. A skulk of vulptices has taken up residence in the abandoned rebel base on Crait. databank Vult Skerris Vult Skerris Vult Skerris is one of the Empire’s most gifted TIE pilots; his TIE interceptor features striking red markings that symbolize his combat prowess. He is an instructor at Skystrike Academy, demanding the best from his students — and a strict adherence to orders. databank Vulture Droid (Droid Starfighter) Vulture Droid (Droid Starfighter) The effectiveness of droid starfighters has been debated in strategic circles for generations. While droid starfighters are capable of maneuvers that would crush even the sturdiest organic pilot, they lack the resourcefulness and cunning that living pilots bring into combat. To counter their shortcomings, vulture droids often attack en masse. Like the ground-based battle droid infantry, vulture droids were, for a time, controlled by a central command ship, but later generations were granted a limited degree of independence. When not in flight, the droid starfighter can transform into a walking mode allowing them to be used in surface patrols. databank WA-7 WA-7 A sassy waitress droid, WA-7 kept plates coming and tables clean in Dexter’s Diner, a comfy greasy spoon on Coruscant. Nicknamed FLO, she always had a friendly greeting for regulars — provided they didn’t overload her circuits with attitude or make her repeat the specials. databank WAC-47 WAC-47 A clever if flighty pit droid programmed in piloting, WAC-47 served as part of the 91st Recon Corps, reporting to Clone Commander Neyo. He was drafted into service as part of D-Squad, a special missions group of droids assigned by the Jedi Council to recover a vital Separatist encryption module. WAC-47 did not always see photoreceptor-to-eye with the mission’s commander, Colonel Meebur Gascon, who treated the loyal droids as property. WAC-47, who seemingly had a program glitch that was unable to properly register the colonel’s rank as anything other than “corporal,” insisted Gascon treat D-Squad with the respect they deserved. databank Wald Wald Wald was one of Anakin’s playmates in the Mos Espa Slave Quarters. He and Kitster, along with the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO, formed Anakin’s pit team at the Boonta Eve Classic Podrace. At the time, Wald was six years old. databank Wampa Wampa Wampas are powerful furred bipeds that dwell in the snowy wastes of the ice world Hoth. These hulking predators have razor-sharp fangs and claws, yet move with surprising stealth, relying on their white fur for camouflage while hunting prey such as tauntauns. A wampa attacked Luke Skywalker outside Echo Base, killing Luke’s tauntaun and dragging the Rebel commander away. An injured Luke awoke to find himself upside-down in the wampa’s lair, his feet frozen into the cavern ceiling. Luke used the Force to call his lightsaber to his hand, cut himself free, and severed the wampa’s arm with a quick stroke. databank Wat Tambor Wat Tambor The foreman of the Techno Union, Wat Tambor was one of the original and most fervent Separatist leaders, pledging his loyalty and his battle droid armies to Count Dooku at a pivotal meeting on Geonosis. Later in the war, Tambor was appointed emir of Ryloth. His occupation was a cruel one, in which Tambor stripped the Twi’leks of whatever valuables he could find, then bombed their villages. databank Watto Watto Watto was a Toydarian junk dealer in Mos Espa who bought Shmi Skywalker and her son Anakin from Gardulla the Hutt. An inveterate gambler, he sponsored Anakin in several Podraces, but often bet against his own slave, who was talented but inexperienced. Watto lost Anakin to Qui-Gon Jinn in a wager on the Boonta Eve race. Years later, he sold Shmi to the moisture farmer Cliegg Lars. databank WED Treadwell Droid WED Treadwell Droid WED Treadwell droids are found throughout the galaxy, serving as utility and repair droids. Treadwells come in a range of models, but all have a flat, treaded base, a spindly neck and a cluster of arms tipped with various tools. The Lars family used Treadwell droids on their Tatooine moisture farm for decades; Luke Skywalker was with a Treadwell repairing vaporators when he caught sight of the battle between Princess Leia’s blockade runner and Darth Vader’s Star Destroyer. databank Wedge Antilles Wedge Antilles A talented young rebel pilot from Corellia, Wedge Antilles survived the attack on the first Death Star to become a respected veteran of Rogue Squadron. He piloted a snowspeeder in the defense of Echo Base on Hoth, and led Red Squadron in the rebel attack on the second Death Star above Endor. databank Weequay Weequay Weequays have rough, wrinkled skin, often in a brown hue who wear their hair in a topknot; Hondo Ohnaka led a band of Weequay pirates during the time of the Clone Wars. databank Weequay Pirates Weequay Pirates This band of space pirates haunts the shipping lanes of the lawless Outer Rim Territories, in search of cargos to steal and travelers to hold for ransom. They have prospered just enough to maintain a stronghold on a sulfurous world, where they keep stores of grog, food, and other comforts. During the ongoing Clone Wars, the pirates attempted to remain neutral lest they get too drawn into an unprofitable conflict. databank Weeteef Cyu-Bee Weeteef Cyu-Bee A diminutive Talpini, Weeteef is a valuable member of Saw’s band of partisans. His small size makes him ideal for infiltration missions in Jedha’s Holy City, and he’s both an expert sharpshooter and a clever builder of sticky bombs used to bring down Imperial scout walkers and assault tanks. databank Wes Janson Wes Janson A native of Taanab, Wes Janson joined the Alliance and was assigned to Hoth’s Echo Base. During the Battle of Hoth, Lieutenant Janson served as tail gunner for Wedge Antilles under the call sign Rogue Three. After the AT-AT walkers’ armor proved too strong for blasters, Janson and Antilles were the first pilots to try Luke Skywalker’s risky strategy of using harpoons and tow cables to trip up the Imperial war machines. databank WG-22 WG-22 Inside Fort Ypso on Vandor, gladiator droid WG-22 is part of a band of modified droids made to battle to the point of destruction in Ralakili’s droid fighting pits. The droid’s mechanical limbs can puncture metal with a devastating might powered by electricity produced in his interior power cells. But when a fight is interuppted by the plaintive protests of another droid, L3-37, her cries for droid rights end up costing WG-22 dearly. databank White Worms White Worms One of Corellia’s many criminal gangs, the White Worms form the backbone of the black market in the coastal city of Coronet. Their lair is an abandoned water-processing plant, guarded by an army of urchins and scavengers known as the scrumrats. The scrumrats are ruled by a small number of Grindalids, led by the White Worm matriarch, Lady Proxima. databank White Worms’ den White Worms’ den The White Worms’ lair is a long-abandoned water-processing plant in an industrial area of Coronet City. A maze of tunnels leads to the surface; at their heart is a central cistern with blacked-out windows that protect the Grindalids from the damaging rays of Corellia’s sun. Here, Lady Proxima holds court over her scrumrats. databank Wicket W. Warrick Wicket W. Warrick Wicket W. Warrick was the brave young Ewok who willingly joined the Rebellion and aided in the battle against the Empire on the forest moon of Endor. Even before he encountered the Rebels, Wicket had devised methods for defeating the Imperial machines, plans which were implemented after the Ewok befriended Princess Leia and recruited his tribe to the Alliance’s cause. During the Battle of Endor, Wicket fought valiantly alongside his new allies. databank Willie (W1-LE) Willie (W1-LE) W1-LE was Lando Calrissian’s personal attendant droid. Even with a laid-back personality, it handled all of Lando’s business, particularly in his absence. Lando owned W1-1E since the Clone Wars; the droid once had a different body type, but Lando transferred its logic unit to an RQ unit. When the Lothal rebels made a deal with Calrissian for safe passage off the planet, W1-LE completed the transaction in Lando’s stead. databank Wobani Wobani A forlorn world in the Mid Rim’s Bryx sector, Wobani is the site of Imperial Detention Center & Labor Camp LEG-817. Jyn Erso is serving a 20-year sentence on Wobani under the alias Liana Hallik when Alliance Pathfinders free her from captivity. databank Wollivan Wollivan A vac-suit-clad Blarina, Wollivan is an interstellar scout, blazing new hyperspace trails between the galaxy’s far-flung stars. A common sight in Maz’s castle, he could often be found selling navigational data and trinkets – or sometimes gambling them away — to fellow castle guests. databank Wookiee Wookiee Shaggy giants from an arboreal world, the tall and commanding Wookiee species is an impressive sight to even the most jaded spacer. Despite their fearsome and savage countenance, Wookiees are intelligent, sophisticated, loyal and trusting. Loyalty and bravery are near-sacred tenets in Wookiee society. When peaceful, Wookiees are tender and gentle. Their tempers, however, are short; when angered, Wookiees can fly into a berserker rage and will not stop until the object of their distemper is sufficiently destroyed. databank Wookiee Catamaran Wookiee Catamaran These slim, twin-hulled vehicles combine traditional Wookiee craftsmanship with advanced technology, joining carefully shaped wood with powerful repulsorlifts and engines. Catamarans are agile both in the water and in the air, and proved instrumental to the Wookiees’ defense of Kashyyyk during the Separatist invasion in the Clone Wars. databank world between worlds world between worlds Behind the ancient painting of the Mortis gods on the Lothal Jedi Temple is a world between worlds — a collections of pathways and doors between time and space. Uncovered by the Empire, the Emperor sought entrance, as access would grant him unimaginable power. But the Padawan, Ezra Bridger, found the key to unlocking the world between worlds first, and would ultimately thwart Palpatine’s plans. databank Worrt Worrt Worrts are brown, chuba-like creatures with toothy mouths that made their home in the desert wastelands of Tatooine. They would use their long tongues to capture unsuspecting prey as it passed, mostly insects and rodents. Perhaps the most notable worrt in the galaxy lived on the road to Jabba’s Palace in the Dune Sea. databank Wrecker Wrecker The boisterous bruiser of Clone Force 99, a group of elite Republic soldiers known as the Bad Batch, Wrecker has the brute strength that makes him capable of lifting a clone gunship without any help. Wrecker’s muscle and size are matched only by his temper, which can boil over easily, and an equally pronounced sense of humor even in the most dire circumstances. databank Wren Stronghold Wren Stronghold Clan Wren’s base is a stunning, minimalist building made of steel and glass that blends elegantly with snowy Krownest landscape, a testament to Mandalorian adaptability, honor, and design. databank Wuher Wuher You didn’t survive in the Mos Eisley Cantina by being nice, and Wuher was a survivor. The gruff bartender dispensed drinks to the spacers, moisture farmers and barflies escaping the Tatooine heat; did his best to enforce the seedy bar’s handful of rules (no droids and no settling fights with blasters); and avoided trouble, whether it began with trigger-happy patrons or stormtroopers investigating the latest incident. databank Wullf Yularen Wullf Yularen An admiral in the Republic’s service, Yularen served gallantly in the Clone Wars, commanding a Jedi Cruiser in many campaigns against Separatist forces. Yularen was assigned to serve with the Jedi General Anakin Skywalker, and the rigid officer and the impulsive Jedi made for an odd combination. Yularen admired Anakin’s bravery and instincts in battle while deploring his recklessness and willingness to interpret orders creatively — or ignore them altogether. databank Wullffwarro Wullffwarro Wullffwarro was a Wookiee warrior that once fought for the Old Republic, and later forced into slavery by the Empire at the spice mines of Kessel. But with the arrival of the Ghost crew, he and his fellow captives fought back against their captors. Wullffwarro was reunited with his son, Kitwarr, and left the dreaded planet. databank Wynkahthu Wynkahthu Wynkahthu, not far from Ord Mantell, was a gas giant with turbulent upper atmospheric storms, giving it a yellow appearance from space. An abandoned Imperial cargo ship was left adrift near Wynkahthu, and the Ghost crew, along with pirates Azmorigan and Hondo Ohnaka, went there on a mission to raid its weapons lot. databank X-34 Landspeeder X-34 Landspeeder Luke Skywalker owned one of these nondescript but speedy landspeeders, racing the sand-pocked and sun-faded craft across the desert between the Lars homestead and outposts such as Tosche Station and Anchorhead. The X-34’s powerful repulsorlift engine that allows it to float about a meter above the ground, augmented by a trio of air-cooled thrust turbines. Luke’s speeder was old and battered, and missing the port turbine’s cowling, but tinkering and careful maintenance – essential in the harsh environment of Tatooine — kept it in good working order. After the death of his aunt and uncle, Luke sold his speeder in Mos Eisley to help pay for passage to Alderaan. databank X-wing Starfighter X-wing Starfighter The X-wing is a versatile Rebel Alliance starfighter that balances speed with firepower. Armed with four laser cannons and two proton torpedo launchers, the X-wing can take on anything the Empire throws at it. Nimble engines give the X-wing an edge during dogfights, and it can make long-range jumps with its hyperdrive and its astromech droid co-pilot. Luke Skywalker is famous for destroying the Death Star behind the controls of an X-wing. databank XJ-6 Airspeeder XJ-6 Airspeeder When Zam Wesell fled after trying to assassinate Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker commandeered a flashy yellow airspeeder to chase the bounty hunter across the skylanes of Coruscant. The open-air cockpit and oversized engines made the XJ-6 an ideal pursuit vehicle, and the gonzo color struck Anakin’s fancy. After all, nothing in the Jedi code forbade looking flashy while defending the Republic. databank Xomit Grunseit Xomit Grunseit This Falleen male was the leader of the Black Sun underworld faction during the Clone Wars. He based his operations out of the volcanic world Mustafar. He’s paid a visit by Pre Viszla, Darth Maul, and Savage Opress as they’re recruiting for their Shadow Collective, but he quickly loses his head and is replaced by the captain of his guard, Ziton Moj. databank Y-wing Starfighter Y-wing Starfighter The Y-wing is a workhorse starfighter has been in use since the Clone Wars. Used for dogfights and for bombing runs against capital ships and ground targets, Y-wings are often overshadowed by newer models such as the X-wing and the A-wing. But the Y-wing’s historical importance is remarkable, and it has reliably served multiple generations of star pilots. databank Yaddle Yaddle The quiet Yaddle was a member of the same mysterious species as the revered Jedi Master Yoda. Yaddle sat on the Jedi Council with her fellow green-skinned diminutive Force-user. By the time of the Clone Wars, she was no longer on the Council. databank Yarael Poof Yarael Poof A gaunt, long-necked Quermian, Yarael Poof had two brains and four arms, which he kept hidden beneath his Jedi robes. Poof was a member of the Jedi Council during the final years of the Republic, and was in the Jedi Council Chamber when Qui-Gon Jinn returned from Tatooine with the extraordinary news that the ancient Sith had returned to challenge the Jedi once more. databank Yarma Yarma Yarma was a planet shrouded in yellow clouds, and home to Reklam Station — an Imperial savage yard. The station orbited the planet and sat in its mist, which made scanning of the yard a difficult task. databank Yarna d’al’ Gargan Yarna d’al’ Gargan One of Jabba’s many possessions, the ample Yarna d’al’ Gargan served the Hutt as a dancing girl. Yarna’s slower, more deliberate moves across the throne room floor formed a contrast to those of the slimmer, younger Oola. databank Yavin 4 Yavin 4 One of a number of moons orbiting the gas giant Yavin in the galaxy’s Outer Rim, Yavin 4 is a steamy world covered in jungle and forest. It was the location of the principal rebel base early in the Galactic Civil War, and the site from which the Rebellion launched the attack that destroyed the first Death Star — a confrontation known thereafter as the Battle of Yavin. databank Yeager’s garage Yeager’s garage Home to Team Fireball where visitors to and inhabitants of the Colossus can go for ship repairs. Inside Jarek Yeager’s office, mementoes from his past cast the curmudgeonly mechanic in a whole new light. Among his personal possessions are shelves full of gleaming racing trophies, and a holo-photo that flicks between an image of Yeager in a Rebel flight suit celebrating victory at the Battle of Jakku and a portrait with a wife and child he rarely mentions. databank Yeager’s hoverlift Yeager’s hoverlift Jarek Yeager’s days as a pilot show when he hops behind the controls of any vehicle, including a simple hoverlift. It takes finesse and skill to maneuver the repulsorlifts and help nudge the Colossus targeting computer back into place, a task made all the more difficult by the arrival of an errant pirate ready for a brawl. databank Yeager’s ship Yeager’s ship Vastly more powerful than the rickety bucket of bolts that is the Fireball, Jarek Yeager’s private ship is an elegant, golden-hued craft. With Yeager seated at the controls, the ship nimbly arcs through the course on the Platform Classic, an unbeatable combination of racer and machine. databank Yellow Ace Yellow Ace To achieve his many high-flying stunts, Bo Keevil’s ship has been customized for agility, with wings that shift into a variety of configurations to complete his death-defying tricks. For a less-practiced pilot, the machine can be a little difficult to handle; even Keevil wears an extra crash helmet and visor just to be safe. databank Yerbana Yerbana Near the end of the Clone Wars, the Jedi Council is forced to send its generals far from the Core Worlds as distant planets like Yerbana are embroiled in the conflict between the Separatists and the Republic. databank Yoda Yoda Yoda was a legendary Jedi Master and stronger than most in his connection with the Force. Small in size but wise and powerful, he trained Jedi for over 800 years, playing integral roles in the Clone Wars, the instruction of Luke Skywalker, and unlocking the path to immortality. databank Yoda’s Fighter Yoda’s Fighter During the Clone Wars, Yoda flew a modified Jedi starfighter on some missions. The fighter – smaller than the standard Jedi fighter of the time – featured an astromech droid socket set aft of the cockpit and above it. With Anakin Skywalker’s help, Yoda fled enforced medical observation in the Jedi Temple aboard his starfighter, with R2-D2 accompanying him on adventures to a series of exotic and dangerous worlds. databank Yoda’s Hut Yoda’s Hut After Darth Sidious defeated the Jedi, Yoda retreated to the remote swamp planet of Dagobah. While in exile, he dwelled in a simple hut he built among the roots of a massive gnarltree. There, among the insects and beasts of the swamp, the great Jedi Master delved into the mysteries of the Force and waited for a new hope of renewal for the Jedi Order. databank Yoda’s Lightsaber Yoda’s Lightsaber Yoda rarely if ever drew his lightsaber, preferring to work in more subtle ways. But the Jedi Grandmaster remained a formidable warrior, as Count Dooku and Darth Sidious discovered when they confronted Yoda in battle. Yoda’s lightsaber was smaller than a standard Jedi lightsaber, befitting his shorter stature. But its green plasma blade was every bit as deadly in combat. databank Yogar Lyste Yogar Lyste Yogar Lyste was an Imperial officer stationed on Lothal. He oversaw inventory and distribution of supplies and weapons for the Empire on the Outer Rim planet, and had an encounter with a small band of rebels that dared to steal Imperial cargo. databank Yushyn Yushyn In league with the Empire, Yushyn operated a Mining Guild facility on a planetoid in the far reaches of space. He harvested a specific type of gas, which also attracted the massive purrgil creatures, and Yushyn coldly ordered his men to kill any beast that approached his refinery. Fate would bring the Ghost crew to his outpost, too, however. The rebels stole Yushyn’s fuel and saved the purrgil; in turn, one of the great animals grabbed Yushyn in its jaws and dragged him into the planetoid’s depths. databank Z-6 Jetpack Z-6 Jetpack The Z-6 Jetpack was the preferred jetpack of Mandalorian commandos across the galaxy, from the more organized sects like Death Watch to the outliers on the fringe, like Jango Fett and Boba Fett. They were fast and nimble and could maintain sustained flight as well as short bursts for tactical advantages in combat. The jetpacks could be equipped with a top-loaded rocket firing missile that could turn the tide in many a conflict. Their significant disadvantage was their vulnerability to external impact damage. One sharp blow with a stick could conceivably ignite the jetpack, causing all manner of unwanted performance that could lead to significant bodily harm or even death. databank Z6 Riot Control Baton Z6 Riot Control Baton The First Order’s stormtroopers are trained in riot-control tactics and the use of non-lethal equipment such as the Z6 baton. The baton has a magnetic grip, can be spun in combat and delivers a stunning shock. Troopers often use it in conjunction with a betaplast riot shield. On Takodana, FN-2199 used a Z6 baton against his former stormtrooper comrade FN-2187, better known as Finn. databank Zam Wesell Zam Wesell A shape-shifting Clawdite assassin from Zolan, Zam Wesell could assume any humanoid form. Jango Fett hired her to kill Padmé Amidala on Coruscant, but the Naboo Senator eluded an explosive that destroyed her starship, then escaped poisonous kouhuns let loose in her apartment. Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi pursued Zam across Coruscant, catching her in the Outlander Club. Before she could talk, Jango shot her dead with a Kaminoan saberdart. databank Zanbar Zanbar A moon used by the Mandalorian Death Watch as a temporary base during the Clone War, Zanbar is marked by stretches of swampy vegetation pierced by towering plateaus of striated rock. Death Watch settled a camp here sometime after abandoning a similar base on Carlac. It was on Zanbar that the Shadow Collective masterminded by Darth Maul began to take shape, and representatives from the Pykes and Black Sun convened here to plot their underhanded takeover of Mandalore. databank Zare Leonis Zare Leonis Zare Leonis found a kindred spirit in Ezra Bridger, as both were undercover cadets at the Imperial Academy with no love of the Empire. Zare showed impressive skill as a cadet, but his true goal was to find out what happened to his sister, Dhara — a star trainee at the Imperial Academy who mysteriously vanished. Zare helped Ezra uncover an Imperial decoder and escape the academy, but remained behind as a spy. databank Zatt Zatt A bright Nautolan boy, Zatt was a Jedi youngling during the thick of the Clone Wars. With the Jedi Order spread thin during the galactic conflict, the training of the next generation of Jedi Knights was of priority, and Zatt underwent an important rite of passage supervised by Jedi Master Yoda and Padawan Ahsoka Tano. On the frozen world of Ilum, Zatt had to seek out his lightsaber crystal — as per the tradition of The Gathering. Zatt had to learn to put aside his love of technology — and the sensor unit he constantly fiddled with — and rely on his own instincts to complete his quest. databank Zeffo Zeffo A mountainous, water-rich world located in the Outer Rim, Zeffo was once home to a small community of archaeologists and pioneers who ventured there from the core worlds of the Republic. The peaceful community was disrupted and ultimately destroyed when the Galactic Empire rose to power, starting with the pillaging of historical sites and sacred tombs, which ended only after excavations failed to turn up anything of immediate military value. databank Zeta-class Imperial Shuttle Zeta-class Imperial Shuttle The Zeta-class shuttle is a versatile transport used by the Empire for military and civilian purposes, with a modular cargo pod housed below the holding bay and crew cabin. Bodhi Rook and K-2SO steal Shuttle SW-0608 from Eadu and then fly the craft to Scarif as part of the Rogue One raid. databank Zett Jukassa Zett Jukassa A young Padawan, Zett Jukassa fought heroically after clone troopers marched on the Jedi Temple to carry out Order 66. He fell in battle as a horrified Bail Organa looked on. databank Zev Senesca Zev Senesca Zev was a rebel pilot assigned to Echo Base on the frozen planet Hoth. Flying a snowspeeder as Rogue Two, he located Han Solo and Luke Skywalker after the two went missing during a perilous blizzard. Zev then flew with Rogue Squadron in the Battle of Hoth, but blasts from an AT-AT walker ripped through his snowspeeder, killing him. databank Zillo Beast Zillo Beast An ancient creature accidentally unearthed on Malastare during an intense battle of the Clone Wars, the Zillo Beast was a monster of legend. The enormous animal proved to be nearly invulnerable to Republic weaponry, prompting intense interest from Chancellor Palpatine. At his order, the creature was incapacitated and transported to a supposedly secure research facility on Coruscant. The Zillo Beast would not be caged, however, and it broke free from its restraints, running wild through the crowded thoroughfares of the capital, leaving swaths of destruction in the wake of its titanic rampage. databank Ziro the Hutt Ziro the Hutt Jabba the Hutt’s Uncle Ziro conspired with Count Dooku to kidnap Jabba’s son Rotta, reasoning that when the Jedi sent to retrieve Rotta died, the Republic would be forced to apprehend Jabba, leading to Ziro gaining control of their clan. When the conspiracy unraveled, Ziro was imprisoned on Coruscant. Cad Bane freed him and turned him over to the Hutt Council, who feared that Ziro might tell the Republic of their many dirty dealings. Ziro escaped the Hutts, but could not outrun his past. databank Ziton Moj Ziton Moj His gruff demeanor and devilish grin indicated Ziton Moj relished how well-protected he was by the power of criminal influence. A bully to his very marrow, Moj was a leg-breaking lieutenant for the Black Sun criminal syndicate during the Clone Wars. Never one to be intimidated, he was also pragmatic enough to avoid fights he couldn’t win. This level-headedness served him well when Darth Maul usurped control of Black Sun, and installed Ziton as leader, replacing the decapitated ruling council. databank Zorii Bliss Zorii Bliss It is difficult for scoundrels to remain neutral in the war between First Order and Resistance, and Zorii Bliss and the Spice Runners of Kijimi must soon take a side. databank Zorii Bliss’s blasters Zorii Bliss’s blasters When the spice business demands aggressive negotiations, Zorii Bliss relies on a pair of twin E-851 blaster pistols kept at the ready in reverse-draw holsters. With their weighted grips, Zorii’s pistols resemble those of old-time space pirates – but their firepower is state of the art. databank Zuckuss Zuckuss A Gand bounty hunter, Zuckuss heeded the Empire’s call for mercenaries to locate the Millennium Falcon and bring her fugitive crew to justice, receiving his orders on the bridge of Darth Vader’s Super Star Destroyer. databank Zygerria Zygerria Zygerria is a picturesque world with fortress-capped mesas that extend above windswept plains. Graceful brezak creatures catch the wind currents and soar effortlessly from butte to butte. The beauty of the planet hides the fact that Zygerria’s cities were all built upon the backs of slaves. For thousands of years, Zygerria supplied slave labor the the galaxy; the Zygerrian Slave Empire became wealthy and powerful, as did those who exploited their chained subjects. After the Jedi Knights cracked down on the slave trade, Zygerria diminished. Its old fortresses and slave markets are still impressive edifices, though their luster has faded from time. Some Zygerrians are actively plotting a return to the old ways, and are finding eager allies in the Clone Wars. databank Zygerrian Zygerrian The Zygerrians were a powerful people in the days of the Old Republic, before the Jedi Knights tore down their empire of slavery. When slavery was outlawed in Republic space, the Jedi Knights liberated countless beings from bondage, and the despicable trade the Zygerrians excelled in was pushed into the shadows of the underworld. Zygerrians are a humanoid species, with strong, angular features. They are very strong, able to easily dominate the weak when on equal footing. They are also quite cunning at ensuring they always maintain the upper hand in any situation. databank Zygerrian Slave Ship Zygerrian Slave Ship Highly durable freighters used by the Zygerrians, these blocky transports often have their spacious storage bays outfitted for live cargo. Primitive yet powerful thruster engines sit on articulated boom arms that extend from the ship’s primary hull. Though the ship’s hold can carry dozens of miserable passengers in appalling conditions, the vessel can be competently operated by a single pilot. databank 2BR-NTB 2BR-NTB Loyal to Norath Kev, the droid 2BR-NTB has a distinct green-and-red paint scheme and sensors attuned to impending danger. databank 4-LOM 4-LOM A rusty droid with insectile features, 4-LOM was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches allowed him to escape his programming and become a bounty hunter. That proved a perfect occupation for the cold, calculating mechanical. databank 4D-M1N 4D-M1N When Captain Doza needs guests escorted into Doza Tower or messages relayed to citizens of the Colossus platform, he calls upon his loyal droid 4D-M1N to act as liaison, rarely leaving the gleaming corridors surrounding his private office and living quarters. databank 5-L 5-L A mouse droid serving aboard a First Order Star Destroyer, 5-L is briefly reprogrammed to serve Tam Ryvora on a covert mission to return to her friends aboard the Colossus. databank 8D8 8D8 A lanky smelter droid, 8D8 assisted EV-9D9 in terrorizing Jabba the Hutt’s droid pool. Normally limited to simple tasks in the harsh confines of ore-extraction facilities, 8D8 had been reprogrammed for sadism. databank Aayla Secura Aayla Secura With an athletic build, an exotic beauty, and blue skin, Aayla Secura stood out among the many faces of the Jedi ranks. A cunning warrior and Jedi Knight during the rise of the Clone Wars, Aayla fought alongside Clone Commander Bly on many exotic battlefields. Having mastered the emotional detachment necessary in the Jedi Order, she always tried to pass on what she had learned to others. Aayla was killed, along with many other Jedi Generals, when her troops turned on her in reaction to Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s broadcast of Order 66. databank Adi Gallia Adi Gallia Jedi Master Adi Gallia was a member of the Order’s High Council during the Clone Wars. She and the other members of that ruling body would convene in a temple high above the Coruscant landscape, deciding important matters of the Jedi. Stern and focused, she would remark upon the more outrageous tactics carried out by Anakin Skywalker or Obi-Wan Kenobi in the course of the war, but would rarely condemn their effective actions. Though not as brash as Anakin, Adi Gallia was known to be an aggressive warrior who had no problem bringing the fight to the enemy. databank Admiral Ackbar Admiral Ackbar A veteran commander, Ackbar led the defense of his homeworld, Mon Cala, during the Clone Wars and then masterminded the rebel attack on the second Death Star at the Battle of Endor. Ackbar realized the rebels had been drawn into a trap at Endor, but adjusted, with his fleet buying valuable time for the attack to succeed. After the Battle of Endor, Ackbar became a Grand Admiral in the New Republic, winning many victories including the pivotal Battle of Jakku. He retired to Mon Cala, but was coaxed back into service with the Resistance by Leia Organa. databank Admiral Coburn Admiral Coburn With a stern face, steely glare and unmistakable command presence, Admiral Coburn served at the side of General Plo Koon during the Clone Wars. The taciturn fleet officer measured his words precisely, offering clear commands in a clipped accent. Coburn’s rigid military discipline served him well in executing some of the more daring missions under Jedi leadership. He commanded a four-cruiser task force into the thick of a Separatist fleet cordon over Lola Sayu to facilitate the rescue of a strike team that invaded the Citadel installation. Coburn also led a Jedi light cruiser in extracting prisoners from the Zygerrian slave processing facility on Kadavo, steering the vessel dangerously close to the facility. databank Admiral Garrick Versio Admiral Garrick Versio An accomplished naval officer who brought his home world of Vardos under Imperial control, Garrick Versio was reassigned and promoted to Admiral following the destruction of the Death Star over Yavin 4. Garrick formed Inferno Squad to ensure nothing of the sort would happen again. Loyalty to the Empire is Admiral Versio’s first priority. databank Admiral Griss Admiral Griss A veteran First Order officer, Frantis Griss commands the Steadfast and its battlegroup and sits on the Supreme Council. He has an excellent relationship with Allegiant General Pryde, which proves useful when the First Order must coordinate its efforts with the Sith armada revealed at Exegol. databank Admiral Kassius Konstantine Admiral Kassius Konstantine Admiral Kassius Konstantine was a leading officer on an Imperial Star Destroyer. Konstantine, however, ultimately answered to the Inquisitor, and took his ship wherever the Jedi hunter ordered him to. databank Admiral Kilian Admiral Kilian A by-the-manuals Republic officer, Admiral Kilian runs a tight ship. Nonetheless, a saboteur was able to slip into the clone cadet ranks during a training tour over Vanqor, and cripple the Jedi cruiser Endurance. Kilian, following naval tradition, refused to abandon ship. He became a hostage of notorious bounty hunters seeking revenge against the Jedi Order. databank Admiral Motti Admiral Motti A young, ambitious Imperial officer from the Outer Rim world of Seswenna, Admiral Motti saw the Death Star as the ultimate power in the universe, and burned to use that power against any who dared challenge the Empire. The commander of the Star Destroyer Steel Talon, he served as one of the Imperial military’s Joint Chiefs, becoming an ally of Grand Moff Tarkin’s and head of naval operations aboard the Death Star. He died when the battle station was destroyed. databank Admiral Ozzel Admiral Ozzel Admiral Ozzel commanded the Super Star Destroyer Executor, Darth Vader’s mighty flagship and the linchpin of the squadron searching the galaxy for the Alliance’s secret base. Ozzel led the initial attack on Hoth, but his choice of tactics infuriated Vader, leading to a sudden and permanent demotion. databank Admiral Piett Admiral Piett An ambitious Imperial officer, Piett rose through the ranks to captain and was assigned to the Super Star Destroyer Executor, Darth Vader’s flagship. There, he chafed at having to serve under the foolish, vainglorious Admiral Ozzel. When Vader strangled Ozzel, Piett was granted a battlefield promotion to admiral — and given a grisly warning of the penalty for failure. Miraculously, he survived his time as Vader’s underling, but died when a Rebel starfighter destroyed the Executor’s command bridge. databank Admiral Raddus Admiral Raddus A gruff Mon Calamari officer, Raddus commands the rebel starfleet before the Battle of Yavin, working to knit a hodgepodge of ships into a military force and arrange the delivery of new capital ships to the Alliance. Raddus has little patience for the rebel council’s endless committee meetings. As he sees it, military muscle is the key to defeating the Empire, not stirring speeches. databank Admiral Statura Admiral Statura A veteran Resistance officer, Statura fought to liberate his homeworld of Garel from the Empire while he was just a teenager. Later, Leia Organa recruited him to handle ship procurement and logistics for the Resistance. The technically savvy Statura helped identify the thermal oscillator as the key target in the Resistance’s attack on Starkiller Base. databank Admiral Trench Admiral Trench A Separatist admiral known for his cunning and ruthlessness, Trench commands the Separatist blockade of Christophsis, where Senator Bail Organa and his relief effort are pinned down and in danger of capture. Although Anakin Skywalker outwits him and Trench’s flagship is destroyed, the skilled tactician survives to fight another day thanks to an array of cybernetic implants. databank Aemon Gremm Aemon Gremm The captain of Dryden Vos’s security forces, Gremm is an intimidating Hylobon who insists all security inquiries are funneled through him. A scar across his snout hints at a violent past. databank Aeosian Queen Aeosian Queen The regal Aeosian Queen rules her people with a firm hand. After her tribe’s healers were lost in an attack by the First Order, she seeks retribution against the next wave of trespassers on her world. databank Aftab Ackbar Aftab Ackbar To uphold the legacy of his father, Admiral Gial Ackbar’s son, Aftab, now serves the Resistance as a B-wing pilot. Beyond his family’s close ties to rebel efforts, Aftab’s recruitment was part of a larger effort to bring more Mon Calamari aid to the cause. databank Agen Kolar Agen Kolar A Zabrak Jedi Master, Agen Kolar was part of the Jedi strike team assembled by Mace Windu to rescue Obi-Wan Kenobi and other hostages taken by the Separatists on Geonosis. Kolar displayed his renowned skill with a lightsaber during the battle in the Geonosian arena, though his young Padawan died during the fighting. In the final days of the Clone Wars, Windu turned to Kolar again, calling on him, Saesee Tiin and Kit Fisto to arrest Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. Confronted by the Jedi, Palpatine threw off his guise and revealed himself as Darth Sidious. He ignited his crimson-bladed lightsaber and struck down Kolar. databank Agent Del Meeko Agent Del Meeko A versatile veteran of the Galactic Empire, Del Meeko witnessed the fall of the Jedi Order on Coruscant as a young boy. Del was so effective as a stormtrooper that he was chosen to serve as a shoretrooper on Scarif and eventually as chief engineer aboard a Star Destroyer. Del’s versatility was rewarded with recruitment into Inferno Squad, where he plays numerous roles: scout, sniper, pilot, intelligence officer, and whatever else Commander Iden Versio needs from him. databank Agent Gideon Hask Agent Gideon Hask An orphan from Kuat, Gideon Hask found a family with the Empire. Having honed his combat skills from a young age, he was selected by Admiral Garrick Versio to join the special forces unit Inferno Squad. His bravery and dedication to the Empire are matched only by his disdain for those who would stand in its way. databank Agent Tierny Agent Tierny A specially-trained member of the First Order Security Bureau with a mysterious scar on her jaw, Agent Tierny hopes to restore peace to the galaxy through absolute order. A master of manipulation, Tierny’s tactics more often involve lulling her targets into a false sense of security rather than using more aggressive forms of interrogation. Her arrival at the Colossus platform, as part of a First Order security takeover, ushers in sheer chaos when the platform is plunged deep into the waters of Castilon, leaving only Doza Tower above sea level. databank Ahsoka Tano Ahsoka Tano Ahsoka Tano, a Togruta female, was the Padawan learner to Anakin Skywalker and a hero of the Clone Wars. Alongside Anakin, she grew from headstrong student into a mature leader. But her destiny laid along a different path than the Jedi. databank Albrekh Albrekh An eccentric Sith alchemist and metalsmith known for a steady hand, Albrekh uses an ancient Sith forge to join the fragments of Kylo Ren’s shattered helmet with a glowing red lattice of Sarrassian iron. databank Alcida-Auka Alcida-Auka Alcida-Auka is the matron of the Caretakers on Ahch-To’s sacred island, and oversees their maintenance of the island’s structures, a religious duty that has fallen to them for eons. Alcida-Auka refers to the other Caretakers as her “daughters” and instructs them in their proper duties. While she has accepted Luke Skywalker as a seeker of truth, she has doubts about his reckless new apprentice. databank Alexsandr Kallus Alexsandr Kallus Formerly an officer of the Imperial Security Bureau, Alexsandr Kallus defected from the Empire and now serves the Rebellion. A smart strategist and able warrior, he fights to free the galaxy of tyranny alongside his friends on the Ghost crew. databank Alora Alora During his reign, the Emperor looked to destroy all opposition to his power. Any Jedi could be a threat to him, so the Inquisitors were tasked with hunting down all Force-sensitive children. Alora, just a baby and strong with the Force, was tracked by the Fifth Brother and Seventh Sister on a civilian ship. The two dark warriors took the baby from her grandmother’s arms, but the Inquisitors would not complete this mission. Ahsoka Tano and the Ghost crew intervened, eventually returning Alora to her family. databank Alrich Wren Alrich Wren Father of rebel Sabine and husband of Ursa, Alrich Wren is a proud Mandalorian. When Clan Wren broke from the Empire, he was held captive in retaliation, but was ultimately rescued by his daughter. Alrich, along with Clan Wren, now stands united with Mandalore under Bo-Katan Kryze. He is also knowledgable of the arts, both proud and critical of Sabine’s work. databank Alton Kastle Alton Kastle A journalist for HoloNet News, Alton Kastle was regarded by the Imperial citizens of Lothal as a trustworthy, even comforting source of information. Those in the know scoffed that Kastle’s reports were Imperial propaganda — their primary purpose was to maintain order in the name of the Empire, not to tell the truth or anything close to it. databank Amda Wabo Amda Wabo Amda Wabo, a male Aqualish, was a weapons manufacturer on Garel during the age of the Empire. He had set in place a deal to sell banned T-7 ion disruptors to the Empire, but his plans fell through due to a slight language barrier…courtesy of a group of Lothal rebels. databank Amilyn Holdo Amilyn Holdo An unconventional Resistance officer, Amilyn Holdo was one of Leia Organa’s oldest friends. She assumed command of the Resistance fleet after Leia was injured. As the peril to the Resistance grew, Holdo’s insistence on secrecy and her brusque manner led her into conflict with Poe Dameron. She sacrificed her life to save the Resistance transports during the desperate flight to Crait. databank Amis Amis During the Clone Wars, Amis was one of the brightest students groomed for leadership for the next generation of Mandalore — a plan complicated by the sudden turmoil that engulfed the neutral planet during the conflict. As a Royal Academy of Government cadet, Amis was the wise-cracker amongst his friends, a good-spirited student who often thought with his stomach. Together with his pals, he helped expose corruption at the highest level of Mandalorian politics, but thwarting a black market conspiracy was child’s play compared to the rise of Death Watch. databank Anakin Skywalker Anakin Skywalker Discovered as a slave on Tatooine by Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker had the potential to become one of the most powerful Jedi ever, and was believed by some to be the prophesied Chosen One who would bring balance to the Force. A hero of the Clone Wars, Anakin was caring and compassionate, but also had a fear of loss that would prove to be his downfall. databank AP-5 AP-5 Proud and honorable, AP-5 was a droid that served as a navigator for the Republic military during the Clone Wars. Following the formation of the Empire, however, he was reassigned to inventory. While the position did not take advantage of his gifts, he performed his duties without complaint — despite threats and disrespect from his Imperial commanders. It was only after a fateful meeting with the rebel astromech Chopper that AP-5 came to see he did not have to serve the Empire. He helped Chopper escape capture and defected to the rebels, helping find a safe haven away from Imperial forces. databank Appo Appo A clone trooper in Republic service, Appo took part in a number of critical battles during the fight against the Separatists. As a sergeant, he served under General Pong Krell on Umbara, and saw firsthand Krell’s willingness to throw away the lives of his troops. In the final days of the war Appo accompanied Anakin Skywalker to Coruscant’s Jedi Temple as part of Order 66. When Senator Bail Organa arrived during the aftermath of the Temple attack, Appo told him of the “Jedi rebellion” and ordered him to leave the area. databank Ap’Lek Ap’Lek A cunning strategist, Ap’lek enjoys using trickery and stealth to outmaneuver his foes, before cornering them and finishing them off with a blow from his massive vibro-ax, once the weapon of a Mandalorian executioner. databank Arashell Sar Arashell Sar Arashell Sar is one of several abandoned children working in the Canto Casino’s fathier stables. She spends her days mucking stalls, feeding fathiers, cleaning saddles and gear and doing everything else Bargwill Tomder demands. databank ARC Trooper Echo ARC Trooper Echo Echo was a soldier in the Grand Army of the Republic, known for his strict adherence to orders and rules — hence, his nickname, which was sarcastically gifted by his clone brothers. Still, Echo proved to be among the bravest clones, integral in the defense of Rishi Station and Tipoca City, and eventually achieved the rank of ARC trooper. Through tragic circumstances, however, he would become something more than a normal clone. databank ARC Trooper Fives ARC Trooper Fives Also known as CT-27-5555, Fives trained with Domino Squad on Kamino before being shipped out to the Rishi Moon listening outpost. He survived the Separatist attack on the station there, and was transferred to the 501st Legion alongside his squadmate and fellow survivor, Echo. Fives and Echo were promoted to ARC trooper status after the defense of Kamino from Separatist invaders. He and Echo were later assigned with the difficult mission of freeing Republic prisoners from the daunting Citadel prison installation on Lola Sayu. He and Echo were later part of a mission to free Republic prisoners from the Separatist prison called the Citadel. Echo fell in battle, leaving Fives as Domino Squad’s sole survivor. Fives accompanied the clone trooper Tup to Kamino for medical testing, where he discovered a terrifying secret about the clones’ origins and ultimate purpose. databank Argus “Six Eyes” Panox Argus “Six Eyes” Panox Argus’s multiple, flexible eyestalks give him a clear advantage at the sabacc table, but his reputation precedes him and other players are on the lookout for his wandering. Always watching the competition, Argus thoughtfully chews his cud before making his next move. databank Asajj Ventress Asajj Ventress An assassin trained in the ways of the dark side by Count Dooku, Asajj Ventress yearned to be considered a true Sith, but such status wasn’t allowed under the Sith’s Rule of Two. Ventress fought with twin red-bladed lightsabers, and clashed with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker many times. But her destiny would not lie with the Sith. After Dooku rejected her as his apprentice and tried to kill her, Ventress returned to her roots as a Nightsister, made a living as a bounty hunter, and – in the strangest twist of all – rediscovered the way of the light that she’d rejected long ago as a Jedi Padawan. databank Ask Aak Ask Aak Ask Aak was the Gran senator representing Malastare during the crisis that led to the Clone Wars. As a member of Chancellor Palpatine’s inner-circle, he was privy to many of the meetings and decisions that allowed the Republic to take military action against the secessionists threatening to leave the Republic. He was a strong proponent of this action, but allowed Representative Binks to advance the military creation act. databank Atai Molec Atai Molec Atai Molec is the ruthless prime minister of Zygerria who will do whatever it takes to bring his homeworld back to its former majesty. He also serves as Captain of the Guard, leading the royal sentinels sworn to protect the Queen and enforce Zygerrian dominance over their slaves. Despite his rank, Molec often took a hands-on approach. He has been known to personally prowl the markets on foot, vigiliant for any inklings of rebellion, and he delights in breaking slaves himself, brandishing the Zygerrian electro-whip with unrivaled cruelty. databank Athgar Heece Athgar Heece A Dybrinthe bounty hunter, Athgar Heece was one of many beings seeking to make a living in and around Jakku’s bleak Niima Outpost. Dybrinthe are accustomed to higher atmospheric temperatures and pressures, meaning Heece was one of the few on Jakku to find its conditions pleasant. databank Aunt Z Aunt Z Patrons at Aunt Z’s Tavern, the most popular eatery on the Colossus platform, stop in for a quick drink or bite to eat… and the wise advice of the owner, Aunt Z’Vk’Thkrkza. Insightful to a fault, and sometimes brazenly blunt, Aunt Z’s charismatic personality has been known to break up a bar fight, quash a robbery, and stoke friendly (and profitable) wagers on race days. databank Aurodia Ventafoli Aurodia Ventafoli Billed as the Chanteuse of the Stars, Aurodia Ventafoli usually headlines high-end concert halls, but has taken a booking she couldn’t refuse: an extended residency aboard Dryden Vos’s yacht. Ventafoli’s multi-vocoder boosts her already impressive voice so it attains nonhuman frequencies. databank Aurra Sing Aurra Sing A feared bounty hunter known for her chalk-white skin and built-in comlink antenna, Aurra Sing was an expert sniper and trained assassin who would work for anyone who paid her. After the death of Jango Fett, Aurra trained Boba Fett as a bounty hunter, teaching him the skills — and the ruthlessness — that he would need in pursuing his deadly profession. databank Avar Kriss Avar Kriss Avar is the brightest, most noble example of Jedi-hood. She always tries to see the good in people and situations, and never puts herself first. She is invigorated about life on the frontier and the challenges it brings, and is an inspiration for those who work with her. She is compassionate, not dogmatic, and always ready to sacrifice herself over others. Avar Kriss is the best of the best. databank Ax Tagrin Ax Tagrin The bounty hunter Ax Tagrin offers his services and raw, brute strength to whichever side seems to be winning and has the credits to pay. During the rise of the First Order, a job from Commander Pyre takes him to the Varkana system to use his penchant for advanced double blaster rifles and energy axes to hunt wanted Resistance spies. databank AZI-3 AZI-3 AZI-345211896246498721347 was a medical droid that served the cloners of Kamino. Normally a by-the-books droid who followed protocol, he exhibited daring and bravery when helping ARC trooper Fives — who gave him the nickname AZI-3 — uncover the secret of Order 66. databank Azmorigan Azmorigan Slovenly and greedy, Azmorigan was a gangster of unknown origin who dealt in the trade of rare, and often illegal, goods and services. His base of operations was his ship, the Merchant One, populated with servant droids and his own henchmen. While feared by many, Azmorigan suffered a major embarrassment when he was double-crossed by Lando Calrissian, resulting in the loss of the crime lord’s hard-to-find puffer pig. databank B-U4D (Buford) B-U4D (Buford) A burly loading droid clad in yellow ceramic armor plate, B-U4D serves on D’Qar as part of the ground crew that keeps the Resistance’s starfighters ready to fly. Tough and hard-working, “Buford” is one of many Resistance droids granted independence and seen as partners in the cause rather than mere machines. databank B1 B1 Shut away in a storage container with a battalion of super battle droids for many years, aboard the Colossus one battle droid simply nicknamed B1 got a fresh start. While the engineer Neeku was fixing the rest of the rare droids, he upgraded B1’s systems for a more commanding and loyal droid than the typical battle bot. databank Babu Frik Babu Frik A tiny droidsmith working among the Spice Runners of Kijimi, the well-regarded Babu Frik can reprogram or modify virtually any droid, regardless of the security measures protecting its systems. databank Bail Organa Bail Organa Bail Organa, a member of Alderaan’s royal family and the planet’s representative to the Republic Senate, earned respect on Coruscant for his honesty and his commitment to justice. Prior to the Clone Wars, Bail served alongside Senator Padmé Amidala as a member of Chancellor Palpatine’s Loyalist Committee. The two became close friends, and recruited like-minded allies to prevent Palpatine’s alarming grabs for power. At the end of the war, Bail Organa adopted Padmé’s daughter Leia and raised her as an Alderaanian princess. While representing Alderaan in the Imperial Senate, he worked secretly with allies such as Mon Mothma and Ahsoka Tano to assist rebel cells scattered across the galaxy, working towards the day that a unified Rebellion could emerge. Bail died when the Death Star destroyed his homeworld. databank Bala-Tik Bala-Tik An agent of the feared Guavian Death Gang, Bala-Tik’s black leather coat and percussive cannon indicate his status within the galactic underworld. Bala-Tik negotiates business for the Guavians, backed by faceless, voiceless cybernetic soldiers awaiting the signal to take action. Bala-Tik considers Han Solo a capable smuggler and a valuable source of information, but his patience with the slippery Corellian and his endless excuses has all but run out. databank Barada Barada Barada was a Klatoonian slave who served as muscle and a mechanic for Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine. As the man in charge of maintenance for all of Jabba’s repulsor-operated vehicles, he was sent to the Great Pit of Carkoon when Jabba tried executing Luke Skywalker and the rest of the Rebels working to free Han Solo from his debt. He was present on one of the skiffs escorting Jabba and his retinue to watch the execution, but when Skywalker set his plan into motion, Barada was cut down by the Jedi’s green-bladed lightsaber. databank Bargwill Tomder Bargwill Tomder A mangy Cloddogran groom, Bargwill Tomder rules the stables at the Canto Casino’s racetrack, constantly berating the urchins who take care of fathiers. Tomder is as crooked as he is ill-tempered, and for the right price he will doctor fathiers’ feed or take other measures to fix races. databank Baron Attsmun Baron Attsmun A tyrant from Listehol, Baron Yasto Attsmun sails the artificial sea of Cantonica aboard his luxurious yacht, which bears the immodest name Undisputed Victor. Baron Attsmun uses his yacht as a setting for pursuing business deals and wooing guests. databank Barriss Offee Barriss Offee The Mirialan Padawan to Luminara Unduli, Barriss Offee preferred learning and studying ancient Jedi texts in the Temple to war. This mindset, while noble, led her down a dark path that saw her betray friends and commit terrible acts. databank Battle Droid 513 Battle Droid 513 The nomadic Death Watch terrorists from Mandalore kept up their fighting skills by blasting apart dwindling reserves of captured droids. The cruel warriors would delight in picking apart the writhing automatons. Death Watch would then rebuild the droids, without bothering to wipe their memories of their torturous demise. Battle droid 513 consisted of parts cobbled together from a Retail Caucus droid, a standard battle droid, and a crab droid. Its deep-voiced vocodor begged for pity or release from its merciless masters. databank Baze Malbus Baze Malbus The harsh reality of his Imperial-occupied home world has hardened Baze Malbus into a pragmatic soldier and a crack shot with his heavy repeater cannon. Baze has a bravado that provides a marked contrast to the spiritual centeredness of his best friend and moral compass, Chirrut ÃŽmwe. databank Bazine Netal Bazine Netal A feared bounty hunter, Bazine Netal grew up on Chaaktil, where she learned a range of deadly martial arts at Delphi Kloda’s combat school. Netal’s baffleweave dress jams sensors, while her black cowl hides burn damage inflicted by a flamethrower in her youth. Netal is a deadly opponent whose typical arsenal includes a snub-nosed blaster, poisoned dagger, throwing knives and concealed thermal detonators. She was at Maz’s castle in the company of Grummgar when Han Solo, Finn and Rey arrived, and slipped away to report their location to the First Order. databank BB-8 BB-8 A skittish but loyal astromech, BB-8 accompanied Poe Dameron on many missions for the Resistance, helping to keep his X-wing in working order. When Poe’s mission to Jakku ended with his capture by the First Order, BB-8 fled into the desert with a vital clue to the location of Luke Skywalker. He rejoined Poe in time for the attack on Starkiller Base, then helped Rey locate Skywalker’s planet of exile. As the Resistance rebuilt its forces after the Battle of Crait, BB-8 helped both Poe and Rey. databank BB-9E BB-9E The First Order benefits from the latest technology, and its warships rely on dark, gleaming BB astromech units to keep machinery operational and ensure procedures are followed. Assigned to the Supremacy, BB-9E keeps a sharp photoreceptor out – in every spectrum — for infiltrators, saboteurs and other threats to Supreme Leader Snoke’s flagship. databank BD-1 BD-1 A companion droid designed to assist operations in remote or dangerous locations across the galaxy, BD-1 has an almost disturbing enthusiasm for data collection and little regard for self-preservation. Like other BD units, this droid was programmed to be the ideal assistant to a researcher or explorer operating alone in the field with its ability to traverse all types of terrain. databank Beaumont Kin Beaumont Kin A historian who once aspired to become an educator, after the destruction of the Hosnian system Beaumont Kin abandoned his academic career to become a captain in the Resistance’s intelligence division. He offers the cause broad knowledge on a variety of topics. databank Beezer Fortuna Beezer Fortuna Notable for his desiccated lekku, Beezer Fortuna helps Saw Gerrera with operational planning. He is a cousin of Bib Fortuna, but has chosen to fight the Empire rather than seek profit in its shadows. Inspired by the Twi’lek guerrilla Cham Syndulla, Beezer fought the Imperial occupation of Ryloth and was freed from captivity by Saw Gerrera’s partisans. databank Ben Quadinaros Ben Quadinaros The pudgy, comic-faced Ben Quadinaros was a rookie Podracer who claimed he came from the mysterious Tund system. He competed in the Boonta Eve Podrace that saw the liberation of Anakin Skywalker from slavery. Ben was largely inexperienced, and was quite terrified of the Boonta race. At the start of the race, his engines wouldn’t even ignite. It was not until most of his competitors were already heading towards their second lap that his four engines did light — just as his power couplings shorted, sending the rockets flying about the arena. databank Bendu Bendu An ancient being, Bendu lived on Atollon, site of an early rebel base. He was massive in size and blended in with the planet’s coral-like landscape, remaining in a deep slumber until Kanan Jarrus’ imbalance awoke him. He called to the Jedi, recently blinded by Darth Maul, and began to train him in letting go of his fear and regret. databank Beru Lars Beru Lars As a young, shy girl, Beru Whitesun’s aspirations did not reach beyond Tatooine. She was content to marry Owen Lars and lead the tough life of a moisture farmer. Beru also fulfilled the role of guardian and substitute mother to young Luke Skywalker, and repeatedly voiced her support for his dream of joining his friends at the Academy. Beru fell victim to the Empire when Imperial stormtroopers raided the family farm in search of droids thought to have top-secret plans for the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the Death Star. databank BG-81 BG-81 BG-81 was an astromech droid in the service of Quarrie, a starfighter engineer on Shantipole. The droid assisted Quarrie in the construction of his experimental Blade Wing craft, and was present for both its test run and first field operation. databank Bib Fortuna Bib Fortuna Those attempting to do business with Jabba the Hutt first needed to maneuver past his pasty-faced majordomo, the Twi’lek Bib Fortuna. The darkly robed attendant often hovered near Jabba’s ear, offering advice and feeding information. Fortuna followed the rules of protocol in the Hutt’s court (such as they were), and spoke only in Huttese, though he understood other tongues. Fortuna’s affiliation with Jabba stretched over decades. databank Bibo Bibo Despite his diminutive size, Bibo’s pungent aroma and voracious appetite for everything from engine parts to even droids make the small creature a nuisance to the inhabitants of the Colossus. But Neeku takes an immediate liking to his smallest friend, taking a stand when Yeager and the rest of Team Fireball want the adorable blob-like troublemaker to leave. What they don’t know is that something very big is on its way to claim Bibo, and its arrival will endanger the entire platform. databank Big Al Big Al A frequent stool warmer at Aunt Z’s Tavern, Big Al spends most of his free time with his belly to the bar and a drink in his hand. Sometimes this unique perspective makes him question what he sees, especially when he witnesses a brief underwater chase with specialized SCUBA troopers on the heels of Kazuda Xiono, swimming in the depths while hanging onto a BB unit. databank Biggs Darklighter Biggs Darklighter Biggs Darklighter grew up on Tatooine with Luke Skywalker, and shared his friend’s dreams of escaping the dull desert world. After graduating from the Imperial Academy, he defected from the Empire’s service to join the Rebellion. He and Luke were reunited at Yavin 4’s Rebel base, and flew together against the Death Star. Luke returned from that mission as a hero, but Biggs did not survive. databank Bistan Bistan The efforts of the Rebellion have drawn warriors from across the galaxy, fighting to liberate their homes and free their people from the oppression of the Empire. Though Bistan wants to ensure the freedom of fellow lakaru, truth is, he’d rather fight no matter what, relishing the thrill of action. databank Bitey Bitey Although a nice, juicy gorg makes for a hearty snack for some, other alien species prefer to keep the doe-eyed creatures as pets. Flix and Orka have been known to do both, allowing one Gorg named Bitey an extended stay in their shop. Bitey often lives up to his name, chomping on wriggling fingers, and has been known to take down entire ships by chowing down on the wiring. databank BNI-393 BNI-393 A wide-eyed LEP servant droid, BNI-393 was one of the survivors of a Separatist plot that saw the shipjacking of a Jedi cruiser and its transformation into an explosive weapon. In the conquering of the ship, Bunny’s master was killed, leaving the shy yet helpful little droid alone. She connected with several other survivors, and avoided battle droid patrols that scoured the corridors of the cruiser. Bunny connected with R2-D2 and the droids of D-Squad, and was instrumental in helping defuse the Separatist plot. databank Bo Keevil Bo Keevil A soft-spoken Kel Dor pilot, Bo Keevil prefers to let the daredevil maneuvers of his lightning-fast yellow racer do the talking for him. A superb and confident pilot, he is part of the Aces squadron that defends the Colossus platform. databank Bo-Katan Kryze Bo-Katan Kryze A gifted warrior, Bo-Katan Kryze is a legendary Mandalorian. She refused to align with the Empire’s occupation of Mandalore, and now wields the Darksaber as the leader of the Mandalorian resistance. databank Boba Fett Boba Fett With his customized Mandalorian armor, deadly weaponry, and silent demeanor, Boba Fett was one of the most feared bounty hunters in the galaxy. A genetic clone of his “father,” bounty hunter Jango Fett, Boba learned combat and martial skills from a young age. Over the course of his career, which included contracts for the Empire and the criminal underworld, he became a legend. databank Bobbajo Bobbajo Known as the Crittermonger, the Nu-Cosian Bobbajo was a common sight in Niima Outpost, bent beneath the caged animals he carried on his back. Bobbajo sold some of his animals as food to spacers, while considering others pets. He was a noted storyteller, regaling audiences with adventures he and his menagerie had pursued in long-gone days. databank Bodhi Rook Bodhi Rook A former Imperial pilot, Bodhi has strong piloting and technical skills that he will put to use for the Rebellion. Ever practical, but highly anxious, Bodhi must gather his courage to bring the battle to the Empire. databank Bolla Ropal Bolla Ropal Bolla Ropal was the keeper of the Kyber Crystal, which stored the identities of Force-sensitive children known to the Jedi. After stealing a Holocron from the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the bounty hunter Cad Bane captured Ropal. To access the information about Jedi children, Bane needed Ropal to open the Holocron, into which he’d insert the crystal. Ropal refused despite being tortured by Bane’s battle droids, sacrificing his own life to thwart the bounty hunter’s plans. databank Bollie Prindel Bollie Prindel A member of the ground crew assigned to the Resistance base on D’Qar, Bollie Prindel is one of many crewers keeping the Resistance’s starfighter squadrons ready for action on short notice. databank Bolza Grool Bolza Grool Racers who dodge their commitments are likely to encounter the lumbering Klatooinian muscle Bolza Grool as he’s tossing them off the side of the Colossus platform head first. Grool makes his living selling gorgs in the marketplace and he does not appreciate being mistaken for a holo-dart board. databank Boolio Boolio A mine overseer at the Sinta Glacier Colony, Boolio finds himself thrust into the galactic struggle after a mole within the First Order mysteriously supplies him with a file filled with critical intelligence. Acting swiftly, Boolio arranges to deliver this intel to the Resistance. His heroism soon leads to his arrest and execution. databank BoShek BoShek A Corellian smuggler and pilot-for-hire, BoShek was cooling his heels at the bar in Tatooine’s Mos Eisley cantina when Obi-Wan Kenobi introduced himself and said he was looking to hire a charter without attracting Imperial attention. BoShek didn’t take the job, but he knew two pilots who might be interested, and introduced Kenobi to Chewbacca the Wookiee. databank Boss Lyonie Boss Lyonie During the Clone Wars, Boss Lyonie served as the local leader of the Gungans of Naboo, chairing the Rep Council in Otoh Gunga. When the Republic needed reinforcements to prevent the Separatist takeover of Mon Cala, the Jedi Council asked Boss Lyonie to send in the Gungan Grand Army. Jar Jar Binks was quick to insist the Gungans help, especially since their loyal ally Senator Amidala was endangered. Though Lyonie proved a boon to the Republic during that campaign, a sudden tide of unrest among the Gungans against the Naboo caused many to fear that he would be siding with the Separatists. databank Boss Nass Boss Nass The stout and stern leader of the Gungans, Boss Nass was a proud keeper of his people’s ways. His booming voice issued decrees on behalf of all the Gungans of Otoh Gunga. He kept a tight rein on Gungan affairs, continuing a longstanding custom of isolationism. Though Nass’ temper is short, displays of courage and humility can pierce through his preconceptions. When Queen Amidala prostrated herself before the Gungan leader to request his aid in fighting off the Trade Federation invasion, he was impressed. Nass committed the Gungan Grand Army to wage war against invading battle droids. databank Bossk Bossk One of the most feared bounty hunters of the galaxy, Bossk used his natural Trandoshan hunting instincts to capture his prey. During the Clone Wars, the red-eyed reptilian partnered with Aurra Sing, Castas and young Boba Fett. Bossk didn’t care much for vendettas or politics. He was in it to get paid. After a brief stint in a Republic prison, Bossk continued his partnership with Fett, becoming a bodyguard to the teen bounty hunter. Decades later, Bossk answered Darth Vader’s call to capture the Millennium Falcon after the Battle of Hoth, an assignment that put him in direct competition with Boba. databank Brom Titus Brom Titus Brom Titus is a cold, arrogant officer of the Empire. He continually proves inept, however, falling to the Ghost crew time after time. databank Brother Viscus Brother Viscus A male Zabrak from Dathomir, Brother Viscus lived through the era of The Clone Wars as a leader of Nightbrother village. When Asajj Ventress sought out an instrument of her revenge, he supervised a tournament that chose Savage Opress as the new apprentice they would use to betray Dooku. Later, he would be sent by Mother Talzin to Ord Mantell to aid Darth Maul and the Shadow Collective as they fought to capture Count Dooku and General Grievous. He was badly wounded in the fight, but lived to fight another day. databank Bucket (R1-J5) Bucket (R1-J5) A battered, decrepit old droid addled by outdated, glitching programming, Bucket has been Jarek Yeager’s loyal astromech for years. Despite the droid’s eccentric behavior, Bucket is a capable mechanic. databank Buggles Buggles In her room high in Doza Tower, ace pilot Torra Doza enjoys the company of her beloved pet, Buggles, a fluffy-yet-not-quite housebroken voorpak. With wide cerulean eyes, a pug nose, and a lolling tongue, Buggles spends his days napping lazily in the shade, barking affectionately, and snuggling in Torra’s lap. databank Bulduga Bulduga Most beings in the galaxy assume that Ithorians are peaceful keepers of gardens and contemplative philosophy. The ones who have stared down the barrels of the bounty hunting brothers Bulduga and Onca beg to differ — if not busy begging for their lives. While Onca favored heavier rifles, Bulduga preferred the fast-draw blaster. Some who noticed Bulduga’s low slung holster, red-lensed goggles and wide-brimmed hat wondered if perhaps Bulduga was a copy-cat, looking to imitate another well known gunslinger — but not within earshot of the deadly Ithorian. databank Bultar Swan Bultar Swan The Jedi Knight Bultar Swan was one of the members of the Order selected to join a hastily assembled rescue party. Their target: Geonosis, where Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi had fallen into Separatist hands. databank Byph Byph A wide-eyed Ithorian boy, Byph was a Jedi youngling studying at the Jedi Temple during the time of the Clone Wars. At the height of the galactic conflict, he was selected as a top student to undergo The Gathering, an important Jedi rite of passage that tested students on the frozen world of Ilum. Byph had to overcome his fearful nature and find the Ilum crystal that would become the heart of his lightsaber. databank C’ai Threnalli C’ai Threnalli A hotshot Abednedo pilot, C’ai Threnalli flies as Poe Dameron’s wingman during the D’Qar evacuation, although he is hard-pressed to keep up with Poe’s turbocharged starfighter. Assigned to the Raddus, C’ai is left grounded after the destruction of the cruiser’s starfighter hangar. Like Poe, he has doubts about Vice Admiral Holdo’s leadership. databank C-21 Highsinger C-21 Highsinger Little is known of C-21 Highsinger’s origins — it’s clear he has had extensive modifications, and his combination of combat prowess and higher programming have blessedly made him one-of-a-kind. Rumors persist that he occasionally functions as hired protection for criminal families, and he is confirmed to be a self-sufficient bounty hunter. Highsinger’s servomotors and manipulators are precision-engineered to offer unparalleled reflexes that give the large droid the skills of a martial artist. By unlocking a rotator assembly in his trunk, Highsinger can become a rapid-firing, spinning turret of destruction with terrifying accuracy. databank C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO (See-Threepio) C-3PO longs for more peaceful times, but his continued service to the Resistance — and his knowledge of more than seven million forms of communication — keeps the worry-prone droid in the frontlines of galactic conflict. Programmed for etiquette and protocol, Threepio was built by a young Anakin Skywalker, and has been a constant companion to astromech R2-D2. Over the years, he was involved in some of the galaxy’s most defining moments and thrilling battles. Since the Empire’s defeat, C-3PO has served Leia Organa, head of a Resistance spy ring aimed at undermining the First Order. databank C2-B5 C2-B5 The Galactic Empire relies on astromech droids to maintain its machinery, but unlike the Rebel Alliance, Imperial technicians do not grant their droids independence and subject them to frequent memory wipes to keep them subservient. databank Cad Bane Cad Bane A ruthless bounty hunter from the planet Duro, Cad Bane was the preeminent blaster-for-hire in the galaxy at the time of the Clone Wars. No quarry was too dangerous for Bane… if the price was right. Using an impressive arsenal of weapons and allies, the cold, cruel and calculating Bane would literally track his prey to the ends of the galaxy if required. Bane carried custom twin blaster pistols, gauntlets studded with control devices, a concealed bola, explosives, integrated breathing apparatus and rocket boots, ensuring that he was always well prepared for any situation that may arise. databank Cal Kestis Cal Kestis Cal Kestis is a member of the Scrapper Guild located on Bracca, where he works as a rigger — a specialization in the guild that involves setting up demolition and salvage equipment. The work is dangerous and physically demanding; riggers are agile, expert climbers without exception. Quiet and hard-working, Cal is well-liked in the guild but generally keeps to himself. The only real friend he has is Prauf, an older Abednedo. databank Caluan Ematt Caluan Ematt Like many Resistance officers, Caluan Ematt is a veteran of the Rebel Alliance. During the Galactic Civil War, he was a member of the Shrikes recon unit – and the sole survivor after an ambush on Tanaab. Promoted from major to general after the Battle of Starkiller Base, Ematt fled D’Qar with Leia Organa ahead of the First Order’s hunters. databank Captain Antilles Captain Antilles A level-headed ship officer schooled in diplomacy, and a capable pilot entrusted to ferry about the royal family of Alderaan, Captain Antilles served in Bail Organa’s command staff. He was part of the bridge crew of Organa’s diplomatic cruiser, a role he would continue during the time Princess Leia served as Senator of Alderaan. databank Captain Argyus Captain Argyus A member of the elite Senate Guard commandos, Captain Argyus was tasked with overseeing the transport of an important Republic prisoner: Separatist mastermind Nute Gunray. Gunray’s wealth and the careful manipulation of Darth Sidious ensured that Argyus’ loyalties wandered. Argyus betrayed the Republic, and ensured Gunray’s escape from the cruiser Tranquility. databank Captain Brunson Captain Brunson Earning a high rank at a young age, Captain Brunson was the gifted and ambitious commanding officer on an Imperial light cruiser. She battled the Ghost crew of rebels at Geonosis, and in a bold move, looked to bury their ship in the underground of the rocky planet. Brunson would suffer an embarrassment, however, when the Ghost escaped — destroying her command ship in the process. databank Captain Canady Captain Canady A veteran officer, Moden Canady was captain of the Siege Dreadnought Fulminatrix, charged with annihilating D’Qar’s Resistance base from orbit. Canady commanded a Star Destroyer in the Imperial Starfleet, and was distressed to find himself surrounded by arrogant, inexperienced young First Order officers. He incinerated the base and was preparing to fire on Leia Organa’s flagship when his warship was destroyed by the Resistance’s last remaining bomber. databank Captain Cassian Andor Captain Cassian Andor An accomplished Alliance Intelligence officer with combat field experience, Captain Cassian Andor commands respect from his Rebel troops with his ability to keep a cool head under fire and complete his missions with minimal resources. databank Captain Doza Captain Doza Solemn and reserved, Captain Imanuel Doza runs the Colossus platform from a pristine office in his namesake tower. Although he has a soft spot for his daughter, Torra, he is seen as a stern man who will not be easily intimidated, even by the First Order. databank Captain Gawat Captain Gawat Idrosen Gawat led the planetary defense forces safeguarding the Mykapo system before coming out of retirement to join the Resistance. A seasoned veteran, Gawat serves as executive officer aboard the Raddus, assisting Admiral Ackbar. databank Captain Hark Captain Hark Loyal to Tiber Saxon, Capatin Hark is a Mandalorian warrior who serves the Empire. He has misgivings, however, about the use of a superweapon that targets Mandalorian armor. databank Captain Kosh Captain Kosh Captain Kosh is the commander of an Imperial garrison on Tatooine. His forces are caught up in a conflict with the local rebellion led by Jennica Pierce. Kosh manipulates both allies and enemies as pawns to achieve the goals of the Empire. He also has an unusual interest in ancient artifacts. databank Captain Merumeru Captain Merumeru Captain Merumeru was a Wookiee chieftain that led a group of Wookiee warriors into battle against the Separatists on Kashyyyk. Leading the charge with a roar, he fought valiantly on the beaches at the battle of Kachirho City alongside his Wookiees and Clone Soldiers of the Republic in the hours leading up to Order 66. databank Captain Needa Captain Needa Captain Needa commanded the Avenger, one of the Imperial Star Destroyers that fought for the Empire at the Battle of Hoth. His ship pursued the fleeing Millennium Falcon, but the freighter escaped under mysterious circumstances. Baffled but contrite, Needa decided it was his duty to apologize to Darth Vader for losing the ship. databank Captain Panaka Captain Panaka Queen Amidala’s loyal protector during the Trade Federation invasion crisis was Captain Panaka. Panaka was often referred to as “the quickest eyes on Naboo” for his attention to detail and selfless dedication to the safety of the Queen. Panaka commanded a team of Royal Palace Guards and Security Troopers stationed throughout Theed. During the Trade Federation invasion, Panaka stayed close to the Queen, ensuring her protection from the Neimoidians’ plans. His loyalty was such that he would openly question the strategy of Jedi Knights if he thought it would somehow endanger Amidala. databank Captain Peavey Captain Peavey Edrison Peavey commands the Star Destroyer Finalizer, which requires him to take orders from General Hux. Peavey has little respect for Hux, whom he regards as an arrogant schemer with a poor grasp of tactics. But as a veteran of the Empire, Peavey respects the chain of command and keeps his opinions to himself. databank Captain Phasma Captain Phasma Clad in distinctive armor of salvaged chromium, Captain Phasma commands the First Order’s legions of stormtroopers. A tough veteran commander, she has no use for fancy titles or complex war rooms, preferring to lead her troops in battle against the First Order’s enemies. A determined survivor, Phasma betrayed the First Order on Starkiller Base. She managed to conceal her treachery, but fell in battle against Finn, one of her former soldiers. databank Captain Typho Captain Typho Gregar Typho succeeded Captain Panaka as head of Padmé Amidala’s security detail, protecting her as Naboo’s queen and then as its Senator. During the Separatist Crisis, Typho endorsed the plan for Padmé to evade assassins by secretly returning to Naboo with Anakin Skywalker. He loyally defended the Senator against a host of enemies in the Clone Wars. databank Cara Dune Cara Dune A veteran of the Galactic Civil War who fought under the banner of the Rebellion, Cara Dune is a seasoned warrior. An intimidating brawler and crack shot, Dune has put her days of military discipline behind her, and now has reinvented herself as a mercenary. databank Cardo Cardo Cardo is a walking arsenal, using a powerful customized arm cannon to spray death and destruction at the Knights of Ren’s targets. His years of tinkering with weapons have made him a skilled armorer, and he repairs his fellow Knights’ gear after their missions. databank Cassie Cryar Cassie Cryar The female Terelian Jango Jumper has impressive acrobatics skills which came in handy as a thief in the Coruscant underworld. Cassie Cryar’s main objective was to steal highly-sought after objects. By helping her partner Ione Marcy murder her boyfriend, the Trandoshan assassin Nack Movers, Cassie obtained one of the most valuable items in the galaxy — a Jedi’s lightsaber. Her desire to keep the lightsaber made her overconfident. She believed she could wield the same power as a Jedi. databank Castas Castas A burly Klatooinian, Castas signed on with Aurra Sing to help Boba Fett seek revenge against the Jedi Master Mace Windu. But when Sing’s gang tangled with the Republic military, Castas decided the job was too risky — he’d be better off working alone. databank Cato Parasitti Cato Parasitti This Clawdite bounty hunter from the planet Zolan was one of the most lethal assassins in the galaxy. During the Clone Wars, she was involved in a plot with Cad Bane to steal a holocron from the Jedi Temple. Using holographic technology in addition to her shape changing abilities, she was able to infiltrate the Jedi Temple disguised as Ord Eniscence, a Jedi master murdered by Cad Bane. Eventually, Parasitti had to abandon that identity and assume the guise of Jedi Librarian Jocasta Nu. Eventually, padawan Ahsoka Tano saw through her disguise and defeated the Clawdite. databank CB-23 CB-23 A maroon and turquoise BB astromech unit, CB-23 serves as Poe Dameron’s co-pilot while BB-8 keeps tabs on Kaz and his spying mission. At first considered stuck up and pushy, literally clashing with BB-8 when the two come together for a mission aboard a freighter, the two droids eventually come to an understanding. databank Cere Cere Among the scattered Jedi who survived Order 66, the purge that all-but wiped out the Jedi Order, Cere Junda has been living in seclusion for years. After saving Cal Kestis from the Imperial Inquisitorius, Cere begins to mentor the former Padawan. But along with Greez Dritus, the captain of the Stinger Mantis, Cere is on a secret mission of her own — to rebuild the Jedi Order. databank Chairman Papanoida Chairman Papanoida Papanoida became chairman of Pantora after the death of Chi Cho. When he refused to join the Separatists, they blockaded Pantora and hired the bounty hunter Greedo to kidnap Papanoida’s daughters. Unwilling to wait for Coruscant law enforcement or the Senate to help, Papanoida took it on himself to solve the kidnapping and rescue his children. databank Cham Syndulla Cham Syndulla The freedom fighter Cham Syndulla arose on Ryloth during the Clone Wars, after the Separatists invaded his homeworld. A dedicated fighter with no tolerance for corruption or dishonesty, Syndulla forged an alliance with Mace Windu that brought liberty to his fellow Twi’leks. Syndulla resisted the Empire after its rise to power, hatching a plot to ambush Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader on Ryloth. His daughter Hera would continue his campaign to undermine Imperial power. databank Chancellor Villecham Chancellor Villecham A Tarsunt from the system of the same name, Lanever Villecham was elected chancellor of the New Republic two years before the First Order’s raid on Jakku. He focused his political efforts on such matters as improving trade relations with neutral systems. Despite Leia Organa’s warnings, Villecham didn’t consider the First Order to be a threat to galactic peace. databank Chata Hyoki Chata Hyoki As a Selkath from the aquatic planet of Manaan, Chata Hyoki wore highly specialized armor that helped keep his skin moist as he made a name for himself in the galaxy as a feared bounty hunter. On the other hand, he was a drunk who haunted Coruscant cantinas. During the Clone Wars, he worked with fellow bounty hunter Robonino to intimidate Senators into changing their votes in the Senate on behalf of Count Dooku. Dooku raised the stakes by instructing the pair to assassinate Senator Amidala, a scheme the Sith lord had tried numerous times before with little success. Hyoki and his compatriot failed in their assassination attempt and were arrested when they attacked Senator Bail Organa at the Senate building. databank Chava Chava An elder Lasat mystic, Chava, or Chava the Wise, survived the Imperial purge of Lasan. Along with Gron, a fellow survivor, she was rescued by the Ghost crew. Chava believed in an ancient prophecy that would lead the Lasat to their original homeworld — and the rebel Zeb was the key. databank Che Amanwe Papanoida Che Amanwe Papanoida Che Amanwe found herself caught in the war of wills between the Separatists and her father, Chairman Papanoida, when bounty hunters hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped her and her sister. Imprisoned on Tatooine, Che Amanwe proved she could defend herself quite ably. databank Chewbacca Chewbacca A legendary Wookiee warrior and Han Solo’s longtime co-pilot, Chewbacca continues to serve as faithful first mate to carry out daring missions against the First Order behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon. Known as Chewie to his closest friends, he was part of a core group of rebels who restored freedom to the galaxy during the reign of the Galactic Empire. Known for his short temper and accuracy with a bowcaster, Chewie also has a big heart and unwavering loyalty to his friends. databank Chi Cho Chi Cho As the chairman of the Pantoran Assembly, Chi Cho, was an arrogant and ruthless leader who had no interest in seeking peaceful solutions to his problems. Hoping to use the Jedi as an instrument of blunt force to take back the planet of Orto Plutonia back for the Pantorans, Cho and the Jedi accompanying him (including Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker) find nothing more than a deserted Separatist base. When it was discovered that a primitive group of Talz had claimed the moon for themselves, Cho almost single-handedly declares war against them and charges into an ill-conceived battle. He met his death at the end of a Talz’ spear. databank Chi Eekway Papanoida Chi Eekway Papanoida The daughter of Pantora’s Chairman Papanoida, Chi Eekway became a pawn in a high-stakes political game when bounty hunters hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped her and her sister. Ahsoka Tano and Riyo Chuchi freed Chi from captivity aboard a Trade Federation vessel. databank Chief Chirpa Chief Chirpa The chief of the Ewoks dwelling in Endor’s Ewok village, Chief Chirpa agreed to join the struggle against the Empire, organizing war bands to fight the stormtroopers. As a sign of this commitment, he ordered that Luke Skywalker and his friends be adopted into his tribe. databank Chief Petty Officer Unamo Chief Petty Officer Unamo Chief Petty Officer Unamo served the First Order aboard the flagship Finalizer, supervising the massive Star Destroyer’s crew and reporting to higher-ranking members of the command crew such as Lieutenant Mitaka. databank Chieftain Pieter Chieftain Pieter The elder leader of a town of Ming Po on Carlac, Chieftain Pieter hated the intruding Death Watch and their bullying ways. The marauding gang set up camp next to Pieter’s town, and kidnapped many of the defenseless townspeople to toil as their servants. Pieter bravely confronted Vizsla, demanding the return of his people. Vizsla appeared to concede, but it was all a cruel ploy to teach Pieter a painful lesson. databank Chirrut ÃŽmwe Chirrut ÃŽmwe Deeply spiritual, Chirrut ÃŽmwe believes all living things are connected through the Force. His sightless eyes do not prevent him from being a highly skilled warrior. Though he lacks Force abilities, this warrior monk has rigorously honed his body through intense physical and mental discipline. databank Chopper (C1-10P) Chopper (C1-10P) Chopper was the resident droid of the Ghost, assisting the crew in everything from ship maintenance to combat — even though he didn’t always want to. After many years of repairs and patch jobs, Chopper had a beat-up, worn look that matched his sometimes cranky personality. Aesthetics aside, he was an essential part of this small rebel team, and ultimately, was loyal and heroic. databank Cikatro Vizago Cikatro Vizago Once a leader of the Broken Horn crime syndicate on Lothal, Cikatro Vizago changed his ways (mostly) and now serves as captain of the Rebellion’s stolen ore crawler. databank Cin Drallig Cin Drallig An esteemed Jedi Master and a swordsman of great skill, Cin Drallig was the head of security for the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. He is in command of the Temple Guard assignments, and also serves as a lightsaber instructor, as all veteran Jedi are encouraged to pass on what they have learned to a new generation of Padawan learners. Though it smacks of disrespect, Drallig has earned the unflattering nickname of “the Troll” among the Order. databank Cleat Cleat Cleat is known as Phoenix Four in the Rebellion’s vaunted Phoenix Squadron. A gifted pilot, Cleat is eager to serve the fight against the Empire. databank Clegg Holdfast Clegg Holdfast An arrogant journalist for Podracing Quarterly, Clegg Holdfast considered himself an expert racer and loved showing off his chestful of medals. His fancy decorations did Holdfast no good during the Boonta Eve Classic: On the race’s second lap, Sebulba’s illegal flame-jets cooked Holdfast’s engines, causing him to crash into the desert. databank Cliegg Lars Cliegg Lars Cliegg Lars was a modest, good-hearted moisture farmer who lived on the Lars homestead, not far from the township of Anchorhead. During a trip to the bustling spaceport of Mos Espa, Cliegg fell in love with Shmi Skywalker, a slave owned by Toydarian junk trader Watto. Cliegg purchased Shmi’s freedom and, soon after, made her his bride. They lived a quiet existence for years on the homestead, surviving against the harsh desert elements. With Owen, Cliegg’s son from a previous union, and Owen’s girlfriend Beru Whitesun, the Lars homestead was a tiny island of familial warmth amidst the endless desert wastes. Until tragedy struck… databank Clone 99 Clone 99 During the Clone Wars, Clone 99 was a malformed result of the cloning process. Due to his genetic defects and physical limitations, he was considered unfit for combat, and remained behind on Kamino to support the training efforts of his clone “brothers.” Though his responsibilities were menial and his job consisted primarily of janitorial duties, he took pride in his work and in his connection to the Republic’s noble heroes. Despite (or perhaps because of) his physical shortcomings, Clone 99 was gentle, thoughtful and wise, offering a unique perspective for cadets facing the rigors of military training. During the Separatist invasion of Tipoca City, he assisted a group of clone cadets in their defense of the cloning facility. databank Clone Captain Rex Clone Captain Rex Clone Captain Rex served the Republic during the Clone Wars, often taking orders from Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano. He viewed military service as an honor, and he always completed his mission. Fond of using two blaster pistols at the same time, Rex customized his armor with distinctive blue markings. His loyalty to the Republic and his Jedi Generals was absolute, but even this dedicated veteran soldier found himself plagued by doubts as the Clone Wars claimed more lives and brought ruin to more worlds. databank Clone Commander Bacara Clone Commander Bacara Clone Commander Bacara (clone designation CC-1138) was the leader of the Galactic Marines, a unit of clone troopers famous for their distinctive armor and relentlessness in combat. Known for his aggressive tactics, Bacara led Republic forces against the Separatists during the Outer Rim Sieges, culminating in the assault on Mygeeto. databank Clone Commander Bly Clone Commander Bly A veteran of many Clone Wars battles, Clone Commander Bly (clone designation CC-5052) served in the 327th Star Corps on such worlds as Quell, Maridun, and Felucia. Bly developed a close working relationship with Jedi General Aayla Secura, who was always reassured to know the dependable clone trooper had her back. databank Clone Commander Cody Clone Commander Cody A natural and practical leader in the clone army, Cody was a good fit for General Kenobi, to whom he was particularly loyal. Cody’s keen ability to strategize, combined with his fierce combat style in the heat of battle, earned him the respect of the Jedi, and of his fellow clones as well. He often worked with Captain Rex, with whom he became friends. Cody enjoyed a close relationship with Kenobi, often sharing a tension-busting joke with him during intense moments on the battlefield. When Darth Sidious gave Order 66, however, Cody’s loyalty to Kenobi was eclipsed by his clone indoctrination, and he ordered his troops to fire on the Jedi. databank Clone Commander Doom Clone Commander Doom A clone commander, Doom served alongside the twin Jedi Masters Tiplar and Tiplee. Doom led a flanking maneuver during the Battle of Ringo Vinda, supported by clone troopers including Fives and Tup. When a seemingly disoriented Tup suddenly shot Tiplar in the back, the momentum of the attack was lost and Anakin Skywalker ordered Doom and his men to retreat. databank Clone Commander Fox Clone Commander Fox Commander Fox led the Coruscant Guard, an elite clone trooper unit assigned to serve as peace-keepers on the Galactic Republic capital. Like every other clone trooper in the Guard, Fox was bound by honor and duty to protect and serve the Supreme Chancellor and the members of the Galactic Senate. Utterly fearless, he was always the first to lead the charge into battle, even in the most perilous combat situations. His exemplary performance has made him one of the most highly decorated soldiers in the Republic army. databank Clone Commander Gree Clone Commander Gree Clone Commander Gree, designation 1004, led the Elite Corps of clone troopers during the Clone Wars. He saw deployments on such heated battlefronts as Kashyyyk. Gree himself wore camouflaged armor to better blend into jungle surroundings. Though a faithful commander who carried out the Jedi’s orders, Gree was ultimately loyal to the Republic. When Chancellor Palpatine enacted Order 66, Gree understood it was a worst-case scenario contingency — the Jedi had betrayed the Republic, and were therefore dangerous enemies of the state. databank Clone Commander Jet Clone Commander Jet Trained in heavy-weapons such as flamethrowers, Clone Commander Jet (clone designation CC-1993) survived a crash landing on Geonosis and pressed the attack on Poggle the Lesser’s forces, leading his orange-armored flame troopers through the planet’s caverns and helping recapture its droid factories. databank Clone Commander Neyo Clone Commander Neyo Clone Commander Neyo was stationed on Saleucami during the Outer Rim Sieges. While on speeder bike patrol with his Jedi general, Stass Allie, he received Order 66 directly from Supreme Chancellor Palpatine. The command identified Allie as an enemy of the Republic. Carrying out the order, he stopped his BARC speeder bike, falling in behind the Jedi. He and a wingman opened fire with their speeder-mounted laser cannons, killing Stass Allie and destroying her speeder bike. databank Clone Commander Ponds Clone Commander Ponds CT-411, known as Clone Commander Ponds, served under Jedi Master Mace Windu during the Clone Wars. A veteran of such battlefields as Geonosis, Ryloth, and Malastare, Ponds had an Aurebesh phrase stenciled on the back of his helmet that read, “some guys have all the luck.” Unfortunately, Ponds’ luck ran out when his flagship, Endurance, was critically damaged by a saboteur and he was taken captive by merciless bounty hunters on Vanqor. databank Clone Commander Stone Clone Commander Stone A member of the Coruscant Guard, Clone Commander Stone (clone designation CC-5869) spent long stretches of the Clone Wars far from the front on the Republic’s capital world. He was able to make use of his combat skills when pirates attacked his shuttle during a diplomatic mission to Florrum — though nothing in Stone’s training prepared him for taking orders from a Gungan politician. databank Clone Commander Thorn Clone Commander Thorn Clone Commander Thorn was a Republic soldier during the Clone Wars who led an escort of Padmé Amidala to Scipio. After nightfall, Thorn detected a coming Separatist assault, and acted fast to warn the Senator. With his Z06 blaster cannon (nicknamed the “Hammer”), he and his troops did what they could to hold off the attack. Battle droids closing in around him, Thorn unleashed a torrent of blaster bolts and a “For the Republic!” battle cry before falling valiantly. databank Clone Commander Wolffe Clone Commander Wolffe Clone Commander Wolffe (clone designation CC-3636) served under General Plo Koon in the Clone Wars, as commander of the tight-knit unit known as the Wolfpack. A seasoned and battered combatant, Wolffe has witnessed some of the worst the war has to offer. Early in the Clone Wars, he lost his entire command when Master Plo’s flagship, Triumphant, was destroyed by the despicable General Grievous. Despite such tragedy, he fights on bravely, proudly brandishing his battle scars and instilling loyalty among his men. databank Clone Pilot Odd Ball Clone Pilot Odd Ball A capable clone pilot with experience flying multiple starfighters and attack craft, Odd Ball fought at Teth, Umbara and Coruscant, sometimes flying alongside Obi-Wan Kenobi. He joined the hunt for the escaped Padawan Ahsoka Tano on Coruscant, and was engaged in battle above Utapau when Supreme Chancellor Palpatine issued Order 66, directing all clone forces to turn their weapons on their Jedi Generals. databank Clone Pilot Warthog Clone Pilot Warthog A veteran clone pilot of many starfighter engagements, Warthog was highly skilled in combat operations. He was comfortable behind the stick of a V-19 Torrent Interceptor, a Z-95 Headhunter, or a Republic attack gunship. He piloted in the thick of combat alongside commanding officer, General Plo Koon. databank Clone Trooper Boil Clone Trooper Boil When trooper Waxer was en route to Ryloth on a mission to liberate its besieged population of Twi’leks, he was at first callously dismissive of their plight. “If we’re here to free the tail-heads, the least they can do is get out of our way,” he said. But, time spent on the planet with a brave little survivor of a Nabat village opened Boil’s eyes. The resourceful girl, Numa, guided Boil and his squadmate Waxer through hidden passageways beneath the village, which proved crucial in freeing hostages held by the Separatists. To honor Numa, Boil had a cartoon illustration of Numa added to his helmet. databank Clone Trooper Dogma Clone Trooper Dogma Fervently loyal to the Galactic Republic, trooper Dogma was one of the newer generation of clone troopers fighting on the frontlines of the Clone Wars. Unlike seasoned veterans like Clone Captain Rex and ARC Trooper Fives, Dogma was more rigid in his thinking, easily — and eagerly — submitting to appropriate authority. When clones troopers of the 501st began grousing about General Krell’s obstinate and dangerous command style, Dogma jumped to defend their commander. Dogma supported the general — and passionately believed in their duty to carry out his orders. databank Clone Trooper Hardcase Clone Trooper Hardcase “Let me at ’em!” was Hardcase’s typical reaction when presented with enemy forces, no matter how overwhelming the odds. Legend has it that his growth chamber sprung a leak during his formation on Kamino, resulting in his characteristic, somewhat aberrant, but nonetheless useful hyperactivity. When the blaster bolts fly, Hardcase loses all sense of self-preservation and returns fire with zeal, determined to wipe out the enemy with repeated sweeps of his rotary laser cannon. databank Clone Trooper Jesse Clone Trooper Jesse The clone troopers of the 501st Legion are a tight-knit bunch, loyal to their Jedi General, Anakin Skywalker. Clone Commander Jesse is a hard-fighting patriot who proudly wears the cog-shaped symbol of the Galactic Republic on his helmet, and has a large tattoo that covers his face. After the execution of Order 66, however, Jesse and the rest of the clones are blindly loyal to the Emperor, and not even his brother, the clone known as Rex, can compete with the chip’s programming. databank Clone Trooper Kix Clone Trooper Kix Kix served as a medic in the 501st Legion of clone troopers. He is equipped with medpacs and other first aid equipment to help tend to his fellow squadmates in the thick of battle. Though Kix is dedicated to preserving the life of his fellow brothers, he has no qualms about fighting the enemy. Stencilled across his head is the phrase, “a good droid is a dead one” as testament to his mettle. databank Clone Trooper Tup Clone Trooper Tup A rookie clone trooper in the 501st Legion, Tup acclimated well within the ranks of seasoned veterans. Unlike some of the newer clones, like Dogma, who seemed wound a little too tight, Tup was far more willing to learn from his brothers’ experiences. Tup could be distinguished by the teardrop shaped tattoo on his face, and the matching markings on his helmet. He served during the grueling campaign to retake the shadowy planet Umbara, under the command of the fierce General Pong Krell. databank Clone Trooper Waxer Clone Trooper Waxer Waxer served as part of Ghost Company, under the command of Clone Commander Cody during the campaigns to retake Ryloth and Geonosis. Waxer and Boil were often an inseparable pair, and together formed a recon team scouting the abandoned Twi’lek village of Nabat. There, they found a young girl named Numa, the sole survivor of a Separatist assault. Though the hard-edged Boil at first didn’t want anything to do with the little girl, Waxer was compassionate and decided to protect her well-being. Numa proved extremely resourceful, guiding Waxer and Boil through underground passages that allowed them to bypass Separatist forces. databank Clu Lesser Clu Lesser Clu Lesser was a Muun banker. During the Clone Wars, he was leader of the Council of Five, which was the ruling body over the InterGalactic Banking Clan on Scipio. With as much money moving across the galaxy back and forth to bankroll the Clone Wars, naturally those in charge, Lesser included, did everything they could to skim money off the top for themselves. Senator Padme Amidala, with the help of former Senator Rush Clovis (and secretly, the Sith), leads a mission to uncover such corruption of the Core Five. Once his embezzlement is made public, Lesser is put on trial with the rest of his banking Council subordinates, found guilty, and imprisoned. databank Coleman Trebor Coleman Trebor The towering Vurk Coleman Trebor served the Jedi faithfully, winning an appointment to the Jedi Council. At the Battle of Geonosis he came within seconds of ending the Clone Wars at the very beginning, only to fall to a bounty hunter’s blaster. databank Colonel Bandwin Cor Colonel Bandwin Cor General Merrick may be the inspirational leader of Starfighter Command, but Bandwin Cor oversees day-to-day operations. The colonel works closely with General Dodonna to determine how best to utilize Yavin 4’s critically important fighter squadrons. His gift for cool, dispassionate analysis ably complements Merrick’s talent for leadership. databank Colonel Datoo Colonel Datoo Colonel Datoo supervised the primary fire control room of Starkiller Base. A methodical man and First Order true believer, Datoo was aghast when his fellow officers tried to flee the doomed base. databank Colonel Meebur Gascon Colonel Meebur Gascon Though the clone troopers embodied the war effort of the Galactic Republic against the Separatist Alliance, victory was reliant upon valiant patriots of all shapes and sizes. Meebur Gascon answered the call of duty at the very start of the conflict, and offered his keen analysis as part of Strategic Command since the Battle of Geonosis. The Jedi Council placed Gascon in command of D-Squad’s mission to obtain a vital Separatist encryption module. No-nonsense and military-minded with an outsized personality and gruff voice, the diminutive Gascon balked at any suggestion that he was simply a map reader, or that his D-Squad assignment was a result of his tiny size. databank Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko Arrogant and cruel, Commandant Cumberlayne Aresko was an uncompromising Imperial officer stationed on Lothal. He would charge citizens with treason for any kind of anti-Empire sentiment, and was quick to report the Ghost crew of rebels to the Imperial Security Bureau. Aresko supervised Lothal’s Imperial Academy, where cadets competed to become Imperial officers and stormtroopers. His repeated failures to apprehend Lothal’s rebels eventually cost him his life – the Inquisitor ignited his lightsaber and executed Aresko on orders from Grand Moff Tarkin. databank Commander D’Acy Commander D’Acy Leia Organa personally recruited Larma D’Acy to join the Resistance after years of service defending the Warlentta system. With the support of her wife, Wrobie Tyce, who adapted her acumen as a courier ship pilot to fight the First Order by Larma’s side, D’Acy has stepped into a broader strategic command position, personally advising General Organa and rolling up her sleeves for the hands-on work of getting the Ajan Kloss outpost fully operational. databank Commander Iden Versio Commander Iden Versio As the commander of Inferno Squad, a special forces unit of elite Imperial soldiers, Iden protects the Empire from potential threats, erases its enemies, and buries its secrets. Her unconventional tactics test the limits of the Empire’s rigid protocol, but her success as a leader is undeniable. Daughter of Admiral Garrick Versio, Iden gained a mastery of combat and flight at the Future Imperial Leaders Military Preparatory School on her home world of Vardos. databank Commander Jun Sato Commander Jun Sato Jun Sato was the by-the-books leader of the Phoenix rebel cell. He was grateful for the assistance of the Ghost crew, who were highly recommended by Fulcrum and Bail Organa, though he hoped they would become more disciplined. After the destruction of his command frigate, he transferred his command to the blockade runner Liberator. databank Commander Pyre Commander Pyre An ominous figure in gleaming gold stormtrooper armor, Commander Pyre leads the tenacious First Order forces on a mission to find a pair of refugee children on the Colossus platform. databank Constable Zuvio Constable Zuvio What’s an honorable Kyuzo like Constable Zuvio doing on a lawless planet like Jakku? The tough, taciturn Zuvio is the leader of Niima Outpost’s small militia, and keeps a wary yellow eye out for cheats, thieves and others bent on trouble. He is often found guarding Niima’s landing field, glowering at any local who strays too close to a visitor’s starship. databank Controller LT-319 Controller LT-319 Controller LT-319, outfitted with Lobot-tech headgear, was the lead intelligence officer aboard the Imperial listener ship near Killun Station. Ambitious and scheming, Controller LT-319 was eager to impress Grand Admiral Thrawn, and reprogrammed Chopper in an effort to discover the location of the rebel base. The plan would backfire, however, when Hera Syndulla restored her droid’s original programming and reversed the feed, destroying the listener ship and Controller LT-319 in the process. databank Count Dooku Count Dooku Count Dooku was a menacing Sith Lord and central figure in the Clone Wars. Once a Jedi — trained by Yoda — he became disillusioned with the Jedi Order and thirsted for greater power. Dooku voluntarily left the light side behind and became Darth Sidious’ dark side disciple, taking the secret name Darth Tyranus and leading the Separatist army. Dooku advanced Sidious’s secret plot to take over the galaxy, but forgot that betrayal is the nature of the Sith. databank Crokind Shand Crokind Shand A hard-bitten member of Kanjiklub, Crokind Shand was missing an eye and his right leg, injuries suffered during his career as a pit-fighter. His eyepatch and cybernetic leg – rigged to deliver fierce kicks – offered ample evidence that messing with him would be a potentially fatal mistake. databank Crosshair Crosshair When you have to hit a precise target from 10 klicks, Crosshair’s your man. Cold, quick, and calculating, Crosshair is the kind of no-nonsense warrior who detests working with “regs,” or normal clones, and isn’t afraid to mouth off about it. A member of the special unit Clone Force 99, also called the Bad Batch, Crosshair is gifted with a sniper blaster. databank Crusher Roodown Crusher Roodown A burly Abednedo, Crusher Roodown was once one of the best scavengers on Jakku, but ran afoul of Unkar Plutt, who sent his thugs to cut off Crusher’s arms. Roodown then obtained a pair of replacement limbs repurposed from a load-lifter, eking out a living in Niima Outpost by hauling scrap and doing odd jobs. databank CS-515 CS-515 A stormtrooper stationed on the Colossus in the early days of the First Order’s occupation, CS-515 was briefly knocked unconscious in an altercation with two orphans and awoke in the bowels of the platform’s engineering department. While the real soldier was indisposed, secret spy Kazuda Xiono donned his armor and went undercover in disguise in an effort to gain valuable information for the Resistance. But the real CS-515 eventually returned to the First Order, disoriented and in need of a memory wipe. databank Cut Lawquane Cut Lawquane A disillusioned clone trooper who saw too many of his fellow brothers die in combat, Cut Lawquane left the service. The deserter attempted to carve a new life for himself as a simple farmer on Saleucami. He wants only to live in peace with his new family, his wife Suu and his children, Jek and Shaeeah. He finds, however, that nowhere is safe from the Clone Wars. databank D-O D-O Cobbled from odds and ends in the workshop of a droidsmith, little D-O is an impressionable little roller that becomes fixated upon BB-8. databank Dak Ralter Dak Ralter An eager young rebel pilot assigned to Hoth’s Echo Base, Dak dreamed of winning glorious victories in the struggle against the Empire. He served as Luke Skywalker’s tailgunner during the Battle of Hoth, but things didn’t go the way Dak had imagined them: He struggled with a malfunction in fire control, and then was killed by Imperial fire that struck the back of the snowspeeder. databank Darja Darja Darja was the grandmother of Alora — a Force-sensitive baby hunted by the Empire. She knew of the child’s gift, and tried desperately to protect Alora when Inquisitors boarded their ship. The dark warriors took the baby from Darja’s arms, though Ahsoka Tano and the Ghost crew eventually recovered the possible Jedi-to-be. databank Darth Bane Darth Bane An ancient and legendary Sith Lord, it was Darth Bane who saw that the Sith traditions of old were ultimately a dead end. All too often, squabbling Sith in their bid for power upended carefully laid plans. After the Sith were decimated by the Jedi Knights of a thousand years ago, Bane enacted the Sith rule of two: there would be only two active Sith at one time — a Dark Lord to embody the power, and an apprentice to crave it. These Sith would operate in the shadows, favoring guile and conspiracy to bring down their opponents rather than brute force — that is, until it was time to rise and subjugate the galaxy. databank Darth Vader Darth Vader Once a heroic Jedi Knight, Darth Vader was seduced by the dark side of the Force, became a Sith Lord, and led the Empire’s eradication of the Jedi Order. He remained in service of the Emperor — the evil Darth Sidious — for decades, enforcing his Master’s will and seeking to crush the fledgling Rebel Alliance. But there was still good in him… databank Darts D’Nar Darts D’Nar A proud Zygerrian, Darts D’Nar longed for the days when Zygerria was once again an influential power in the galaxy. He believed that an alliance with Count Dooku and the Separatists was a step in the path towards rebuilding this former glory, though he was often impatient at the Count’s indirect means. To D’Nar, power not flexed is power wasted. With relish, he supervised the conquest of Kiro, and the forced relocation of thousands of Togruta colonists. A powerfully built Zygerrian, Darts D’Nar was a master of the electro-whip. databank Daughter Daughter The Daughter of Mortis is a Force-wielder who aligns herself with the light side of the Force. An enigmatic being of tall stature who can transform into a griffin, she is the selfless counterpoint to her brother, the Son, who has allied himself with the dark side. Together they provide balance to the Force, a balance maintained and channeled through their Father. databank Daultay Dofine Daultay Dofine The unctuous captain of the Neimoidian blockade over Naboo, Dofine was an officer in the Trade Federation. Greedy, deceitful and cowardly, Dofine nevertheless had the wherewithal to openly question Darth Sidious’ machinations, for which he was verbally reprimanded by the Sith Lord. Despite his insubordination, Dofine remained in command of the blockade’s forces. He gave the order to activate the droids on the surface of Naboo. Dofine perished aboard the Droid Control Ship when Naboo starfighter forces destroyed the vessel. databank Dava Cassamam Dava Cassamam Hulking in stature, wearing a protective pressure helmet to keep ammonia gas pumping through her lungs and with a stoic, unreadable sabacc-face, Dava is an intimidating presence at the card table. Preferring the feel of standard gravity worlds to ease her aching back in her off hours, the rest of the time Dava can be found toiling as a deep cloud-miner on gas giant planets. databank DD-BD DD-BD Before being sold into slavery and put to work in the mining operation center on Kessel, DD-BD was an overeager WDD adminmech working on a Morseerian pirate ship. Unfortunately, the ship was impounded by the Empire, and DD-BD was sold at auction to the Pyke syndicate for a fraction of his worth. But in a chance meeting with L3-37, the small droid is liberated when his restraining botl is removed, igniting a small rebellion. databank Dengar Dengar Crude and slovenly, Dengar was nonetheless an effective bounty hunter. While some hunters prided themselves on finesse and style, Dengar preferred firepower and destruction. Despite his scruffy-looking and battered exterior, Dengar thought highly of himself, enough to make blunt passes at shapely females that caught his eye. Despite these obnoxious qualities, Boba Fett enjoyed working with Dengar and held him in high regard due to his proven track record in hunting down prey. databank Depa Billaba Depa Billaba A Chalactan Jedi, Depa Billaba served on the Jedi Council in the final years of the Republic. She witnessed the discovery of Anakin Skywalker, whom Qui-Gon Jinn believed to be the Chosen One, and tried to determine the will of the Force as the galaxy slid into tumult and war. During the Clone Wars Billaba would would take Caleb Dume on as her Padawan, but was unable to finish his training before the dreaded Order 66. Forced into hiding, Caleb took the name “Kanan Jarrus.” databank Derek “Hobbie” Klivian Derek “Hobbie” Klivian Born on Ralltiir, Derek “Hobbie” Klivian defected to the Rebel Alliance with Biggs Darklighter and flew with Rogue Squadron during the Battle of Hoth. He served as Luke Skywalker’s wingman during the defense of Echo Base, ejecting from his snowspeeder just before the craft rammed an AT-AT. databank Derla Pidys Derla Pidys A noted sommelier, Derla Pidys sells wine gathered from a breathtaking range of worlds: Orto Plutonia, Naboo, the Forest Moon of Endor and many others. It’s a profession that has brought her into contact with Canto Bight business owners such as Ubailla Gheal, as well as patrons such as the mysterious Grammus sisters. databank Derrown Derrown It’s easy to misjudge the deadliness of a gasbag. Derrown was a Parwan bounty hunter, an alien species with a lighter-than-air physiology that allowed him to float about on air currents, anchoring himself with four leg-like tentacles and two arms. His buoyancy let him reach heights and vantage points not easily accessible to standard density competitors, but he lacked the speed and control that came with mass. The Parwan biology produces intense electrical fields — Derrown literally crackled with energy, earning him the grisly moniker the Exterminator. To prevent any ill-effects with his carried explosives, he kept them safe in an insulated bandolier across his shoulders. databank Dex Tiree Dex Tiree Dex Tiree was a human pilot from Onderon who fought with distinction at the Battle of Yavin under the designation “Gold Two.” He was Jon “Dutch” Vander’s wingman, piloting a Y-Wing with the rest of Gold Squadron in the assault on the Death Star. Sadly, he was the first pilot hit when the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader arrived in his TIE Advanced. databank Dexter Jettster Dexter Jettster Obi-Wan Kenobi counted on Dexter Jettster, an old friend, to identify a poison dart, and Jettster didn’t fail him. The cook correctly recognized the small-tined projectile as a Kamino saberdart. Few have ever heard of the planet Kamino, but Dex not only informed Obi-Wan as to its location (12 parsecs south of the Rishi Maze), but also its inhabitants. Dex warned that the native Kaminoans — cloners of some repute — keep to themselves, but are welcoming to those with the credits to spare. databank Director Orson Krennic Director Orson Krennic As director of Advanced Weapons Research for the Imperial military, Orson Krennic is obsessed with the completion of the long-delayed Death Star project. A cruel but brilliant man, Krennic has staked his reputation on the delivery of the functional battle station to the Emperor. databank DJ DJ An amoral thief and talented slicer, DJ dwells in the shadows thrown off by Canto Bight’s glitz, stealing whatever he needs and resolutely refusing to take sides in the growing conflict between the First Order and the Resistance. databank DJ R-3X DJ R-3X Rex, a former pilot of a Starspeeder 3000 for Star Tours, was recently reprogrammed to be a DJ in Oga’s Cantina. Today, he can be found playing the latest hits from around the galaxy in the heart of Black Spire Outpost. As quirky and talkative as ever, he’s still trying to do his best on the job. databank Doctor Cornelius Evazan Doctor Cornelius Evazan A grubby, scarred smuggler from Alsakan, Cornelius Evazan was once a promising surgeon, but became notorious for conducting cruel medical experiments. Dr. Evazan tried to bully Luke Skywalker in the Mos Eisley cantina, boasting that he faced a death sentence in 12 systems. The doctor and his pal Ponda Baba assumed the young farmboy would be an easy target, and paid little heed to the old man in dusty robes who’d accompanied young Luke into the bar. That was a fatal mistake: when Evazan hurled Luke aside and pulled his blaster, Obi-Wan Kenobi coolly ignited his lightsaber and cut Evazan down. databank Doctor Gubacher Doctor Gubacher A researcher and engineer serving the Jedi Council, Doctor Gubacher was tasked with ensuring the droids attached to the Jedi Order were kept in optimum operational condition. With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Gubacher was given special assignment to modify the droids for specific missions. The manic Parwan scientist developed the modifications required by the droids of D-Squad to carry out their mission to capture a vital Separatist encryption module. databank Doctor Kalonia Doctor Kalonia A good-humored, sympathetic physician with the rank of major in the Resistance army, Doctor Kalonia is assigned to the Resistance base on D’Qar. She attended both Chewbacca and Finn after they were wounded. Her calm bedside manner and knowledge of Shyriiwook soothed Chewie, who allowed Kalonia to tend to his blaster burn. databank Doctor Nuvo Vindi Doctor Nuvo Vindi Dr. Nuvo Vindi, a brilliant but demented Separatist scientist, tried to release the deadly Blue Shadow Virus during the Clone Wars. Working from a secret lab on Naboo, Dr. Vindi plotted a catastrophic outbreak that was foiled when the Republic found a cure before his virus could spread. databank Dok-Ondar Dok-Ondar Dok-Ondar is an infamous collector who buys, sells, and trades rare and valuable relics in his Den of Antiquities in Black Spire Outpost. Known as the gatekeeper of the black market, he has amassed an impressive collection of unique artifacts that is unrivaled in the galaxy. A mysterious Ithorian with an even more mysterious past, Dok-Ondar is sought after for his knowledge and connections. databank Dormé Dormé Despite no longer being Naboo’s queen, Padmé Amidala retained some royal perks as senator. Among them were her loyal handmaidens – a name that did little justice to the women’s training as bodyguards. Padmé’s most devoted aide, Dormé, advised the senator on Coruscant and helped look after Naboo’s affairs when Padmé retreated to her homeworld with Anakin Skywalker. databank Drell Drell As part of Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, Drell is a competent crewman entrusted with important missions, who seems to derive a warped sense of joy from wreaking havoc in the galaxy and shooting down enemy fighters. But despite his fearsome appearance and gruff attitude, his skills are no match for the First Order. databank Droopy McCool Droopy McCool Droopy McCool played the chindinkalu flute in the Max Rebo Band, an ensemble that performed as Jabba’s palace band on Tatooine. A veteran musician, Droopy was used to seedy dives and gigs for unsavory clients. But the depravity he saw in Jabba’s court shocked even him. databank Dryden Vos Dryden Vos The public face of the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate, Dryden Vos is a contradiction: a pitiless enforcer known as a gangster of wealth and taste. Vos socializes with the galaxy’s elite aboard his lavishly appointed yacht First Light, and enjoys showing off his superb collection of antiquities. His good manners shouldn’t be mistaken for weakness, though: he can change from generous host to ruthless killer in a moment. databank DT-F16 DT-F16 A squad commander, death trooper DT-F16 leads with strength and the ability to know when to fight and when to retreat. She suffers no fools and demands the best from those around her. databank Duchess Satine Kryze Duchess Satine Kryze The leader of Mandalore during the Clone Wars, Duchess Satine of Kalevala was a controversial figure. She longed to move Mandalore beyond its violent past and instituted a government that valued pacifism. Though Mandalore did begin to rebuild under her guidance, the dark shadow of the Clone Wars made the Duchess’ goals difficult to achieve. databank Dume Dume With the birth name of fallen Jedi Kanan Jarrus, Dume is a large Loth-wolf — even by the species’ own standards. The creature’s origin unknown, he communes directly with Padawan learner Ezra Bridger. databank Dyro Felldor Dyro Felldor Dyro acted as a representative for the Er’Kit people and sought the help of Saponza and his partner in ridding the world of a terrorist sect of a slavery operation on Er’Kit, known as the Blood Dawn. After the campaign and eventual defeat of the Blood Dawn, Felldor relayed his gratitude but offered no alliance with his new associates. Upon return to the world, Saponza and his partner discovered that Dyro had been taking part in a power struggle, and was manipulating both the Alliance and the Empire to serve his greedy purposes. databank Edrio Two Tubes Edrio Two Tubes Edrio Two Tubes is a mercenary pilot who flies alongside his eggmate, Benthic. They share the nickname derived from the breathing apparatus that allows Tognath physiology to process oxygen atmospheres. Edrio’s native world of Yar Togna was conquered and occupied by the Empire, forcing him to flee as a refugee. With a desire to strike back at the Empire, Edrio and Benthic have allied with Saw Gerrera. databank Eesh Fahm Eesh Fahm Eesh Fahm was a miner on Ibaar, a world devastated by the Empire. He ran an underground network that sought to help his people, and worked with the rebellion to bring food and supplies past the Imperial blockade. databank Eeth Koth Eeth Koth Eeth Koth was a member of the Jedi High Council in the final years of the order. From within the polished towers of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the Council governed the actions of the Jedi Knights. Koth was one of the 12 Jedi present when Qui-Gon Jinn presented Anakin Skywalker as the Chosen One to the Council. A determined warrior with a deep, spiritual connection to the Force, Koth resisted torture at the hands of General Grievous during the Clone Wars, and was even able to secretly communicate his location to the Jedi Council. Koth was saved from Separatist clutches by the daring efforts of his fellow Jedi. databank EG-86 EG-86 On the surface, a harmless GNK power droid. Underneath, a courier holding secrets vital to the rebellion. EG-86, custodian of important information and data, was sent to rendezvous with Sabine and Ezra of the Ghost crew. While the Mandalorian and Padawan didn’t expect a GNK droid, neither would the Empire, making EG-86 a wise choice. databank EGL-21 “Amps” Power Droid EGL-21 “Amps” Power Droid Like his mechanical colleague Geetaw, Amps was an autonomous droid who traded his services to scavengers at Niima Outpost. The two droids could sometimes be spotted in the shade trading jokes that their customers had brought them. databank Eighth Brother Inquisitor Eighth Brother Inquisitor Nimble and menacing, the Eighth Brother was a deadly Terrelian Jango Jumper Inquisitor. Dispatched by Darth Vader, he was sent to Malachor to attempt to find and capture Maul, and instead found himself face to face with Ezra Bridger, Kanan Jarrus, and Ahsoka Tano. The Eighth Brother often used his double-bladed, spinning lightsaber to propel himself through the air, making for sneak attacks and quick escapes. This method proved unwise, however, when he jumped off the edge of the Malachor Sith Temple with his damaged lightsaber, and fell to his death. databank Eila Eila Eila, like more and more unfortunate souls throughout the galaxy, knows the wrath of the First Order and Kylo Ren firsthand. Having survived their raid of her village on Tehar, she and her brother Kel snuck aboard a cargo ship, leaving the smoldering ashes of their homeworld behind. Now, the siblings hide out on the Colossus…until a bounty on their heads attracts the attention of Kazuda Xiono and the First Order. databank Elan Sleazebaggano Elan Sleazebaggano The aptly named Elan Sleazebaggano made his living selling death sticks to patrons of the Outlander Club and other hot spots in the underlevels of Coruscant. Always in search of credits, Sleazebaggano targeted both desperate addicts and unwise thrill-seekers. databank Ello Asty Ello Asty The Abednedo pilot Ello Asty was known among his fellow Resistance pilots for his superb abilities behind the stick and occasional trouble remembering that a squadron must act as a team, not a loose collection of individuals. Ello flew with Cobalt Squadron in the early days of the Resistance and was a member of Blue Squadron during the attack on Starkiller Base. Ground fire ripped through his X-wing, ending his life. databank Embo Embo A fearsome bounty hunter of few words, Embo was quick to disable his target, be it by a single trained shot from his bowcaster or a decisive blow from his pan-shaped hat, which could be hurled at an adversary with deadly accuracy. The hat also doubled as a shield when the Kyuzo directly charged his target head-first. A freelance hunter, Embo worked with the likes of Sugi and Boba Fett, loyal only to his faithful anooba, Marrok. databank Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidious The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural, and Sheev Palpatine is the most infamous follower of its doctrines. Scheming, powerful, and evil to the core, Darth Sidious restored the Sith and destroyed the Jedi Order. Living a double life, he was also Palpatine, a Naboo Senator and phantom menace. He manipulated the political system of the Galactic Republic until he was named Supreme Chancellor — and eventually Emperor – and ruled the galaxy through fear and tyranny. The galaxy rejoiced when he died at the Battle of Endor, but Sidious had cheated death and patiently plotted a return to power. databank Endente Endente Endente was a Sugi arms dealer who made a deal to sell a giant kyber crystal with incredible destructive power to Count Dooku. databank Enfys Nest Enfys Nest The mysterious leader of the Cloud-Riders swoop gang, Enfys Nest is a ferocious warrior, decimating opponents with a furious blitz of martial-arts moves and strikes from melee weapons. Nest’s mask and armor hide all clues about the Cloud-Rider chief’s identity and background; her motives are also a riddle. databank Ephraim Bridger Ephraim Bridger The father of rebel Ezra, Ephraim Bridger refused to bow to the Empire. He and his wife, Mira, were among the few on Lothal who stood up to Imperial occupation, and they were arrested for their efforts — leading to years away from their child. Even in custody, however, Ephraim and Mira would not surrender their freedom. Inspired by a galvanizing broadcast by their son, they led a revolt in an Imperial prison, sacrificing themselves to save others. databank Erskin Semaj Erskin Semaj Mon Mothma’s attaché, Erskin Semaj is a loyal and protective servant of the senator turned rebel leader. Often, Mothma is a little too daring for Semaj’s liking, but he remains a reliable aide and believer in the fight for freedom. databank EV-9D9 EV-9D9 The supervisor of Jabba the Hutt’s droid pool, EV-9D9 was a gangly mechanical with a quirk in her programming that made her enjoy tormenting and dismembering other droids. She turned a dank work area in the depths of Jabba’s palace into a grim torture chamber. databank EV-A4-D EV-A4-D EV-A4-D was the wisecracking EV-series medical droid employed by General Grievous to patch him up during the Clone Wars. He called the lair of Grievous on the third moon of Vassek his home until Kit Fisto and Nahdar Veb broke into the place in pursuit of Grievous. The two Jedi smashed up the interior and killed Grievous’s pet before Kit Fisto located the defenseless droid and decapitated him completely unprovoked. databank Even Piell Even Piell A gruff and battle-hardened Jedi as well as senior member of the Jedi council, Even Piell was bigger than life though he was small in stature. Highly skilled with a lightsaber and a great warrior, Piell was always willing to charge into battle. During the Clone Wars, he was tasked with some of the most crucial missions, protecting vital Republic territory and information. databank Ezra Bridger Ezra Bridger Growing up on his own during the age of the Empire, Ezra Bridger relied on his street smarts — and subconscious Force abilities — to survive. He became a con artist and small-time thief, doing what he needed to get by on his home planet Lothal. But this reality also hardened Ezra, who by the time he was 14 years old, had little trust for anyone. That would change with his introduction to the Ghost crew, a small band of rebels fighting back against the Empire. Ezra came to believe in their cause, and saw that he could help change the galaxy for the better. And with the help of Kanan Jarrus, he began to learn the ways of the Jedi. databank Father Father In the mysterious realm of Mortis there exists a trio of beings able to wield the Force in ways no known mortals of the galaxy can. The Father maintained balance between his Daughter and his Son, who expressed affinity to the light and dark side of the Force, respectively. The Father knew his days were numbered — facing his impending demise, he needed to find another to keep the balance. His goal was the same described in an ancient Jedi prophecy — the rise of a Chosen One who will bring balance to the Force. databank Fenn Rau Fenn Rau Veteran of the Clone Wars and a respected warrior, Fenn Rau led the Protectors of Concord Dawn with a combination of honor and ruthlessness. During the Clone Wars, he served as a flight instructor for the clone army and fought in many clashes, including the Battle of Mygeeto. After the rise of the Empire, however, he accepted payment to act in service of the Imperials. It was not until he met with — and was captured by — the Ghost crew’s Kanan and Sabine that he came to align with the rebels. databank Fife Fife In the Pyke prison on Oba Diah, Fife carries out the orders of the leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim. databank Fifth Brother Inquisitor Fifth Brother Inquisitor A big, hulking enforcer, the Fifth Brother Inquisitor was among a group of Inquisitors used by the Empire to hunt down any surviving Jedi. Trained in the dark side of the Force, he wielded the same model dual-bladed lightsaber as the Grand Inquisitor, reveling in the opportunity to destroy rebels and Force-wielders alike. Along with the Seventh Sister, he was dispatched by Darth Vader to locate the Ghost crew and bring them to justice. databank Figrin D’an Figrin D’an Figrin D’an was the rocking frontman for the all-Bith band “The Modal Nodes.” His deft playing of the Kloo Horn for the band earned him the nickname “Fiery” Figrin. Playing their most recognizable tune in the Mos Eisley cantina, they were interrupted briefly when Obi-Wan Kenobi attacked Ponda Boba and Dr. Cornelius Evazan. databank Finn Finn Committed to the cause of the Resistance, Finn fights alongside his closest friends in the struggle to defeat the First Order, the evil regime he once served as a stormtrooper. As FN-2187, he was trained from birth to serve the First Order, but a skirmish on Jakku awakened his conscience and drove him down a different path, one that proved both heroic and dangerous. databank First Order Raiders First Order Raiders An elite new class of stormtrooper, the First Order Raiders are highly skilled hunters of a very specific variety, seeking to obtain ancient Sith relics for their commander, Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank First Order Sentry Droid First Order Sentry Droid Although first thought to be abandoned, the presence of Resistance pilots on the First Order’s mining operation triggers a patrolling sentry droid, a squat sentinel often seen keeping watch in the corridors of high-level First Order stations, bases, and ships. databank Flanx Flanx Before Flix left his homeworld and made a career in the Office of Acquisitions aboard the Colossus, he and his cousin, Flanx, were close. Long estranged, the two are reunited when Flix returns to Drahgor III looking for fuel. But Flanx can’t help but mock his cousin’s aspirations and childlike belief in a legendary family of dragons. That is, until he comes face-to-face with proof that nearly swallows him whole. databank Flix Flix Flix and his partner Orka run the Office of Acquisitions on the Colossus. Fussy Flix handles the books for the business, selling quality tech and secondhard parts both routine and rare. databank FN-2199 FN-2199 A stormtrooper raised from birth to serve the First Order, FN-2199 fought alongside his comrades FN-2000, FN-2003 and FN-2187. During combat training he took the nickname Nines. After FN-2187 defected from the First Order, Nines encountered his old squadmate again during the raid on Takodana. Angrily denouncing FN-2187 as a traitor, he tried to subdue his former friend with a Z6 riot baton, but was gunned down by Han Solo. databank Fode and Beed Fode and Beed Flamboyant, colorful and not always too accurate, Fode and Beed were the popular announcers of the Boonta Eve Podrace. The two were well suited for their chosen vocation — they were a two-headed alien that shared a single body. Fode, whose skin was tinted red, provided commentary in an easy Basic drawl, while Beed, the green-hued head, provided counterpoint in Huttese. databank Freya Fenris Freya Fenris One of the Aces dedicated to protecting the Colossus platform, Freya stands apart from the rest of the boisterous crew with a personality that is both coolly methodical and calculating. She transforms her icy precision into blazing hot flight maneuvers, and her ship also stands out with its fiery red finish. databank G-LN G-LN Inside Flix and Orka’s Office of Acquisitions aboard the Colossus, a petite pit droid named G-LN scuttles around towering cabinets full of quality tech and secondhand parts to assist the shopkeepers and occasionally hustle customers into their proper place. databank G1-7CH (Glitch) G1-7CH (Glitch) When business is booming at Aunt Z’s Tavern, the proprietor relies on her assistant bartender to help serve drinks — and take wagers on everything from races to brawls and the strangest sightings in between. databank G2-1B7 G2-1B7 A medical droid operating out of Jedha’s Catacombs of Cadera, G2-1B7 has one primary mission: keep Saw Gerrera alive. That’s no small challenge, as the infamous rebel partisan has lost limbs battling the Empire and inhaled near-lethal doses of Geonosian insecticide. G2-1B7 doses Saw with medicine at dangerously short intervals, and is puzzled that its high-value patient is still alive. databank GA-97 GA-97 GA-97 looks much the same as every other servant droid found at Maz’s castle on Takodana, but the battered automaton is actually part of the galaxy-wide network of droids secretly serving the Resistance. After spotting BB-8, GA-7 swiftly reported this discovery to C-3PO on D’Qar. Resistance starfighters and troops then raced to Takodana, desperate to beat the First Order to the site of the signal. databank Galen Erso Galen Erso A brilliant scientist, Galen Erso was coerced into using kyber crystals to enhance energy yields – work his friend Orson Krennic then weaponized to create the Death Star’s superlaser. Galen fled to remote Lah’mu with his family, but Krennic tracked him down and forced him to resume his work. Trapped, Galen seeks to build a fatal flaw into the Death Star and reveal it to the Alliance. databank Gall Trayvis Gall Trayvis Gall Trayvis was a senator-turned-rebel during the reign of the Emperor. He made underground transmissions through the Holonet, reporting real news that the Empire would try to keep secret. For those fighting against Imperial rule, Trayvis’ broadcasts were both inspiring and a source of intel. But Trayvis was actually a double agent – his communications with rebel groups were designed to lure them into revealing themselves, after which they’d suffer accidents arranged by the Empire. Lothal’s rebels nearly fell into Trayvis’s trap, but Hera Syndulla tricked the Imperial agent into disclosing his true loyalties. databank Ganodi Ganodi A starry-eyed Rodian girl, Ganodi was a bright student in the Jedi Temple during the Clone Wars. She underwent an important rite of passage called The Gathering, which required her to enter the heart of the Crystal Cave on Ilum, and discover the crystal that was perfectly attuned to her through the Force. This gem would become the heart of her lightsaber, but first, she needed to overcome despair at the overwhelming nature of the challenge before her. databank Gar Saxon Gar Saxon Imperial Viceroy of Mandalore, Gar Saxon of Clan Vizsla was the ruthless leader of the Imperial Super Commandos — Mandalorians loyal to the Empire. His armor featured a threatening color scheme of red and white, with the Imperial cog emblazoned on his shoulders. databank Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios Meet the muscle of the Ghost team. Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios was a cunning Lasat honor guard who adopted the cause of rebellion against the Empire. Despite his hulking frame, Zeb was actually highly-educated and articulate. Still, he loved beating up stormtroopers, who he nicknamed “bucket heads.” databank Gardulla the Hutt Gardulla the Hutt A wily crime lord and member of the shadowy Hutt Council, Gardulla was the original owner of Shmi and Anakin Skywalker, but lost them betting with the junk dealer Watto. She watched her former slave’s victory in the Boonta Eve Classic alongside Jabba. Years later, Gardulla and the Council hired Cad Bane to free Ziro the Hutt from a Republic prison, fearing the traitorous Hutt would spill their secrets. When Ziro escaped from Gardulla’s palace on Nal Hutta, she hired Bane to track him down. databank Garindan Garindan A long-snooted Kubaz, Garindan made a living ferreting out information in Mos Eisley and selling it to the highest bidder. After the Empire hired Garindan and other spies to search for a pair of missing droids, the Kubaz discovered a duo that fit the Imperial description. He followed Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi to Docking Bay 94 for their rendezvous with Han Solo, then summoned Imperial troops to apprehend them. databank Garma Garma With piercing yellow eyes and a kindly demeanor, life on the Colossus may be a struggle for Garma, but she’s always ready when opportunity presents itself, whether slyly offering a pilot a place to stay, pleading for a free bowl of puffer pig bacon, or happily getting her hands on lost loot in the midst of a pirate raid. databank Garnac Garnac The ferocious leader of a lodge of Trandhoshan hunters, Garnac savored the thrill of stalking prey through the underbrush of Wasskah. He proudly watched as his son, Dar, took up the hunt, but had not counted on the resilience of their Padawan quarry. databank Garven Dreis Garven Dreis A native of the planet Virujansi, Garven “Dave” Dreis flew in the Battle of Yavin as Red Leader. After witnessing the death of his friend Pops Krail and the pilots of Gold Squadron at the hands of Darth Vader, Dreis began his own run at the Death Star’s thermal exhaust port, with Luke Skywalker keeping another group of Red Squadron pilots back in case the attempt failed. Dreis survived long enough to fire his proton torpedoes at the battle station’s exhaust port, but his shot impacted on the surface instead of entering the port. Vader then gunned Red Leader down. databank Gasgano Gasgano A slight, spindly, six-limbed alien, Gasgano was a thrill-seeker uniquely suited to the extreme sport of Podracing. Gasgano was very competitive, and sought to beat racers Anakin Skywalker and Sebulba during the Boonta Eve Podrace. He piloted a green Ord Pedrovia Podracer in the competition. databank General Draven General Draven A veteran of the Clone Wars, Davits Draven represents Alliance Intelligence on the rebel council. With the Alliance too ill-equipped to oppose the Empire directly, Draven and his operatives work in the shadows, waging war through sabotage, infiltration and assassination. Draven makes no apology for his methods, regarding them as necessary responses to the Empire’s power and cruelty. databank General Dustil Forell General Dustil Forell Dustil Forell is in charge of Support Services for Alliance High Command. It’s a thankless task, as the Massassi base has less than a dozen medium freighters and a converted light freighter for transporting materials and personnel. This complement is inadequate, and Forell knows an evacuation would strain these meager resources to the breaking point. databank General Engell General Engell An admirer of Kylo Ren’s, Amret Engell has assumed responsibility for stormtrooper training after the death of Captain Phasma. She sees each new world liberated by the First Order as a source of valuable children to be trained as soldiers for Ren’s regime. databank General Grievous General Grievous General Grievous was a brilliant Separatist military strategist and a feared Jedi hunter, known for his ruthlessness and hacking cough. His body itself was a weapon, allowing him lightning quick strikes and devastating blows. But he was also quick to run from a fight, a tactic that worked until one final meeting with Obi-Wan Kenobi. databank General Hux General Hux Young and ruthless, General Hux is a believer in technology, and eagerly awaits the day when the First Order’s innovations will help bring down the remnants of the New Republic and the Resistance – a victory he believes will also lead to his ruling the galaxy. His increasingly poisonous rivalry with Kylo Ren causes him to take a desperate gamble. databank General Kalani General Kalani Early in the Clone Wars, the Separatist droid army was often led into war by analytically minded tactical droids. Before long, the Republic was able to outmaneuver the tactical droids by exploiting their reliance on precise calculation and lack of imagination when dealing with the unexpected. Furthermore, the droids were spindly mechanics whose heads could be yanked off and scoured for vital combat data. Super tactical droids, like General Kalani, were an improvement over the standard tactical droid. Kalani’s advanced processors and robust frame made him a threat to be reckoned with. databank General Madine General Madine General Madine specialized in covert actions for the Rebel Alliance, waging war in secret against Imperial troops and the Emperor’s own shadowy agents. His plans culminated with the operation to destroy the shield generator on the Forest Moon of Endor. databank General Merrick General Merrick Antoc Merrick commands Yavin 4’s starfighters before the Battle of the Death Star, flying as Blue Leader. He joined the Rebellion from the Rarefied Air Cavalry of Virujansi, where he served alongside his friend Garven Dreis, later Red Leader. Merrick knows unit cohesion and cooperation are vital for the Starfighter Corps, and cares deeply for the pilots under his command databank General Parnadee General Parnadee The First Order’s senior ground commander, Bellava Parnadee is focused on worlds resisting occupation by the regime, a duty that often takes her far from her regular post aboard the Steadfast. A member of the Supreme Council, she is careful to stay on the right side of mercurial Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. databank General Pitt Onoran General Pitt Onoran Pitt Onoran is in charge of Yavin 4’s Special Forces division, including the legendary Pathfinders for whom no Alliance mission is too tough or demanding. A Republic veteran, he brings valuable logistics experience to Alliance High Command. databank General Pong Krell General Pong Krell This Besalisk Jedi is all about getting results and, indeed, his battlefield record lists many key victories in the Clone Wars. He has an unshakable confidence in his methods, and he will brook no insubordination among his charges. In personal combat, he can be ferocious — his giant arms carry two double-ended lightsabers, making him extremely dangerous in close quarters. Pong Krell’s reputation as a successful general is well known but so is the fact that the casualty rates of the clone troopers under his command are the highest. databank General Pryde General Pryde A veteran of the Imperial military, Allegiant General Pryde serves the First Order as part of a second wave of leadership kept in reserve by Supreme Leader Snoke during the unveiling of Starkiller Base. After Snoke’s death, Pryde serves the new Supreme Leader Kylo Ren in a position of privilege and power. databank General Quinn General Quinn Domaric Quinn has ascended the First Order ranks to become an important commander and earn a seat on Kylo Ren’s Supreme Council. A former Imperial officer, he loathes the mysticism of the Force and is suspicious of the First Order’s new Sith allies on Exegol. When Ren tires of Quinn’s caustic questions, Quinn learns the perils of crossing the Supreme Leader. databank General Rieekan General Rieekan A battle-weary veteran of the Clone Wars, Carlist Rieekan served the Alliance in its struggle against the Empire, commanding rebel forces on Hoth. Rieekan was a native of Alderaan, and the destruction of his homeworld haunted him. After Han Solo and Chewbacca discovered an Imperial probe droid on Hoth, Rieekan ordered an immediate evacuation of Echo Base. The decision wasn’t popular – rebel personnel had barely completed the grueling work of establishing the base — but Rieekan’s caution prevented the Battle of Hoth from being a total rout, and so helped save the Alliance. databank General Tagge General Tagge Born into wealth and privilege on Tepasi, General Cassio Tagge served as chief of military operations aboard the first Death Star, though he disdained the battle station as “Tarkin’s Folly.” Unlike his rival Admiral Motti, Tagge took the threat posed by the Rebel Alliance seriously. Tagge was not aboard the Death Star when it exploded over Yavin; acknowledging that Tagge had been correct about the rebel threat, the Emperor promoted him to Grand General and placed him in charge of the Imperial military. databank General Tandin General Tandin The leader of the royal guard and native military forces of Onderon, General Tandin was a proud patriot devoted to protecting the crown and the sanctity of the Onderonian people. When the planet sided with the Separatists during the Clone Wars, Tandin supported the new king, Sanjay Rash, despite his misgivings of offworld interlopers interfering in Onderonian affairs. The people of Onderon, though, began to reject Rash’s rule, and an insurgency began targeting the battle droid forces stationed on the planet. Tandin had difficulty waging war against his own people, and cared little for the military support and tactical advice offered by the emotionless droids sent by the Confederacy to reinforce his defenses. databank General Tarpals General Tarpals The gravelly-voiced patrol chief of Otoh Gunga, Tarpals has endured many a headache caused by the antics of Jar Jar Binks. Tarpals kept an eye on the bumbling outcast, making sure the youngster didn’t re-enter Gungan society. During the Trade Federation occupation of Naboo, Tarpals was part of the Gungan Grand Army that fought against the battle droid invaders. Ironically, Tarpals served under Binks, who had unexpectedly received the rank of general by Boss Nass himself. Tarpals stayed close to Binks, trying to keep his commanding officer out of trouble. By the time of the Clone Wars, Tarpals was promoted to general, and served as leader of the Gungan Grand Army. databank General Veers General Veers A cool and efficient officer, General Veers led the Imperial assault on Hoth, marching his AT-AT walkers across the planet’s frozen plains and destroying the massive generators powering the Rebel base’s protective energy shield. databank Gha Nachkt Gha Nachkt Gha Nachkt was an out-of-shape Trandoshan male who operated as a salvage ship captain during the Clone Wars era. He was hovering around the Bothawui in his salvage freighter Vulture’s Claw when a battle between the Republic and Separatist Alliance occurred, which allowed him to capture Artoo-Detoo. During that battle, some of the debris he picked up included the remains of Anakin Skywalker’s Jedi Starfighter and his droid, R2-D2. Knowing the astromech droid would be full of useful intelligence for the Separatists, he arranged to sell the droid to General Grievous. After performing an autopsy on the droid and finding far more secret Republic information than he expected, he tried extorting the droid general for more money. databank Glaucus Glaucus A combination of small hands and other oversized features put Glaucus at a disadvantage at the sabacc table. As such, he prefers to be a spectator rather than run the risk of his opponents getting a glimpse at the reflection of his cards in his incredibly large eyeball. Some call him “Big Guy,” others “Big Eye.” Fortunately for those he encounters, he has yet to notice the difference. databank Glem Glem Glem, a gravel-voiced Rodian scavenger working on the Colossus platform, will trade and barter for better shifts on the dock and choice debris scrounged from the depths of the surrounding waters. But when the First Order comes looking for a pirate spy, he shows no loyalty to Synara — or anyone but himself. databank Gobi Glie Gobi Glie Gobi Glie was a male Twi’lek from Ryloth with a bluish-purple complexion. During the era of The Clone Wars he worked with Cham Syndulla with the Twi’lek Resistance that fought against the Separatist Alliance. He survived those conflicts long enough to join Syndulla’s Free Ryloth movement that resisted the Galactic Empire during the dark times. databank Gooti Terez Gooti Terez A purple-hued Theelin, Gooti Terez was a spirited rebel. She served on the self-proclaimed Iron Squadron, alongside her friends Mart Mattin and Jonner Jin. Together, they fearlessly engaged Imperials, proving to be capable fighters. databank Gorg Gorg Tiny creatures considered a delicacy on many planets, the bug-eyed gorgs that are native to Castilon have small, sharp teeth and are regarded as the “womp rats of the sea.” databank Gorga the Hutt Gorga the Hutt One of the ruling members of the Hutt Council, Gorga the Hutt kept his sharp eye and pudgy fingers on the flow of credits into Hutt coffers. Knowing full well the scheming nature that the Hutts take deep pride in, Gorga ably accounted for skimming and outright theft while ensuring the criminal enterprise remained healthy enough to thrive. He would regularly meet with his fellow Hutt councilors in the halls of the Grand Hutt Council on Nal Hutta, where his voice was given equal measure, though it was not as weighty as that of the mighty Jabba. databank Gorgara the Chirodactyl Gorgara the Chirodactyl Local legends tell of a fearsome winged beast that scours the deepest crags for prey, latches onto its target with a fierce grip, and soars to dizzying heights on powerful wings. This apex predator is known as Gorgara “the winged daemon of the canyon,” and she will deceive her prey before attacking. databank Gork Gork The muscle in Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, Gork is a fierce Gamorrean who doesn’t take kindly to people getting in his way, disrupting his sleep, or spilling their drinks on him. databank Goss Toowers Goss Toowers Goss Toowers, a member of the Shozer species, is one of the hard-working technicians who keep the Resistance base on D’Qar running. Toowers and his fellow ground crew members handle everything from monitoring the arrival and departure of ships to maintaining the Resistance’s X-wing squadrons – often the only line of defense for worlds targeted by the First Order. databank Governor Pryce Governor Pryce Arihnda Pryce was governor of the Lothal Sector, a confident leader, and believer in the Empire. While Lothal was under control, Pryce still wanted to eradicate the rebel threat. To do so, she asked for the Empire’s seventh fleet, citing the need for a commander who “sees a bigger picture.” databank Governor Roshti Governor Roshti An elder Togruta, Roshti governed the artisan colony of Kiros during the Clone Wars. A quiet and reserved man, Roshti only wanted peace for himself and his fellow Togruta. He tried to remain apart from the Clone Wars, taking no stance in the battle between Republic and Separatist forces. But when Count Dooku arrived on the planet, forcing his brand of “protection” onto Kiros, Roshti was compelled to obey. Dooku offered the Togruta sanctuary — but an alliance with the Zygerrians meant that the entire colony of 50,000 Togruta were transported to the deplorable mining installation on Kadavo, a grueling facility fueled by the toil of slaves. databank Governor Torul Blom Governor Torul Blom Torul Blom was the governor of Pau City on Utapau. During Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker’s investigation of the city, Blom tells the Jedi that their presence has upset the citizens of his city and claims there is no Separatist presence on the planet. databank Grand Admiral Thrawn Grand Admiral Thrawn When Governor Pryce of Lothal wanted a stronger commander to dismantle the rebellion, the Empire answered with Grand Admiral Thrawn. Thrawn was a male Chiss, with striking blue skin, red eyes, and an angular face, known for his brilliant strategic mind and ruthlessness. He was determined to “pull the rebels apart piece by piece.” databank Grand Moff Tarkin Grand Moff Tarkin An ambitious, ruthless proponent of military power, Wilhuff Tarkin became a favorite of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine and rose rapidly through the Imperial ranks. Shortly after the Empire’s creation, he was put in charge of the construction of the Death Star. Tarkin saw the Death Star as a way to crush all dissent to the Empire’s rule — fear of the station’s planet-killing superlaser would keep the galaxy’s star systems in line. He demonstrated the station’s power by destroying Alderaan, but died soon afterwards when the Death Star itself was destroyed. databank Greeata Greeata Greeata joined the Max Rebo Band as a backup singer and dancer for some of the ensemble’s gigs, including their performance at Jabba’s palace. Her orange hair and ample jewelry ensured she got noticed even by listeners lacking musical taste. databank Greedo Greedo Greedo was a Rodian bounty hunter with a tapir-like snout, bulbous eyes, pea-green skin, and a crest of spines atop his skull. He was overzealous and a bit slow on the take, not to mention a pretty poor shot with a blaster. Though he fancied himself a big time bounty hunter in the employ of no less an underworld figure than Jabba the Hutt, in truth, no one took him too seriously. databank Greef Karga Greef Karga As an agent of the Bounty Hunters Guild, Greef Karga secures bounty hunters in pursuit of valuable and rare quarries in the galaxy. databank Greez Greez The captain of the Stinger Mantis, the four-armed Latero Greez Dritus is an adept pilot who works for Cere Junda. Known for his gruff nature and curmudgeonly demeanor, Cere is the only person in the galaxy who Greez appears to hold in high esteem. databank Gregor Gregor An elite clone commando thought lost at the grueling Battle of Sarrish, CC-5576-39 survived a shuttle crash that left him stranded on the distant world of Abafar, stripped of memory and identity. He was found and rehabilitated by Mr. Borkus, and unscrupulous diner owner from the dusty town of Pons Ora. When the Republic agents of D-Squad discovered Gregor, they rekindled his memories of duty, service, and honor, and the commando reclaimed his armor and fought to a spectacular finish to ensure D-Squad carried out its crucial mission. databank Grevel Grevel A regular patron at Aunt Z’s Tavern, Grevel is up for the challenge of a friendly and profitable game of holo-darts, but not above cheating to ensure his wager is sound. databank Griff Halloran Griff Halloran One of the Aces that flies defense for the Colossus platform, Griff Halloran flies an extensively modified TIE-based racer that emphasizes raw power. No one is quite certain whether or not Griff is a veteran of the Imperial Navy, or whether he just flies old Imperial colors to intimidate his opponents. databank Gron Gron Gron was a proud Lasat and survivor of the Empire’s purge of his homeworld. He served under Zeb in the Honor Guard, but came to reject violence in the wake of his people’s battles with the Imperials. Gron, along with Chava the Wise, were rescued from Imperial custody by the Ghost crew. Along with Zeb, the three Lasat completed an ancient ritual that led to Lirasan, the original homeworld of their people, and a place they could start anew. databank Grummgar Grummgar A hulking Dowutin, Grummgar was at Maz Kanata’s castle when Han Solo, Finn and Rey visited. Sitting beside the bounty hunter and First Order spy Bazine Netal, Grummgar was given a wide berth by the castle’s other guests. He makes his credits as a mercenary and big-game hunter, with his kills including the molsume, a predator native to Ithor. databank Guild Slave Master Proach Guild Slave Master Proach Proach, a ruthless Trandoshan, oversees slaves working in the Mining Guild’s ore crawlers on Lothal. Wielding an electro-whip, he is an imposing presence and deadly warrior. databank Gungi Gungi A rare example of a Wookiee in the Jedi Order, Gungi had a lively, inquisitive face whose wide smile was punctuated with a snaggletooth emerging from his lower jaw. Like many Wookiees, Gungi was temperamental and expressive — and controlling his patience proved to be a real challenge. When Gungi was a Jedi youngling during the time of the Clone Wars, he needed to learn to slow down his impulsive ways in order to pass the ancient rite of passage ritual known as The Gathering. databank Gwarm Gwarm A leathery-faced Weequay pirate with a scratchy voice and a mask of yellowed skin around his eyes, Gwarm served as a loyal lieutenant to the charismatic pirate chieftain Hondo Ohnaka during the Clone Wars. Like a true bully, Gwarm delighted in victimizing the weak who could not defend themselves — like the nysillim spice farmers of Felucia or Jedi younglings on a training mission. databank Gwellis Bagnoro Gwellis Bagnoro An Onodone with a mysterious past, Gwellis Bagnoro was an expert forger with a specialty in travel documents – which made him much in demand at Maz’s castle. He was rarely spotted without Izby, a pet barghest that defended him from harm. databank Halle Burtoni Halle Burtoni The strong-willed female Kaminoan Senator is well-respected in both the Galactic Senate and in her own world of Kamino which is known for its production of the clone troopers. The aged Kaminoan bartered her clone production efforts into a seat in the Senate, and she longed for nothing more than to see Padme’s peace-promoting efforts fail. Senator Burtoni’s aggressive and intrusive behavior made her not only an intimidating character, but often a suspect in criminal and unethical activities to further her political career. databank Hallion Nark Hallion Nark A nervous Neimoidian who brings his shuttle into Yeager’s garage on the Colossus for repairs. Hallion escapes the platform before a dreaded “triple dark” storm and an ensuing pirate attack, confirming Kaz Xiono’s suspicions that he knows more than he’s letting on. databank Hamato Xiono Hamato Xiono A senator from Hosnian Prime, Hamato Xiono is among the New Republic’s most elite politicians. Although he must often use his standing to help his son, Kazuda, when the boy is recruited by the Resistance he rejects his father’s help to take on the burden for himself. After the destruction of Hosnian Prime, Hamato reaches out to his son with a special coded message to tell him that the family has survived, but warns Kaz that he has been identified by the First Order as a spy, putting everyone he knows in danger. databank Han Solo Han Solo Han Solo rose from an impoverished childhood on the mean streets of Corellia to become one of the heroes of the Rebel Alliance. As captain of the Millennium Falcon, Han and his co-pilot Chewbacca came to believe in the cause of galactic freedom, joining Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa in the fight against the Empire. After the Battle of Endor, Han faced difficult times in a chaotic galaxy, leading to a shattering confrontation with his estranged son Ben. databank Hay-Zu Hay-Zu The ruler of the Patitites, the Big Hay-Zu did not let his diminutive size contain his ego or sense of entitlement. Indeed, the portly Patitite was a giant among his kind, ruling with the tiniest iron fist. The Patitites did his every bidding, and should a trespasser wander into Patitite territories, watchful scouts like Jimba and Tagoo would lead a hunting party to subdue the interloper. R2-D2 and C-3PO were trussed up and dragged before the Big Hay-Zu during the Clone Wars, leading to a first contact experience that would flatten the hierarchy of power in Patitite society. databank Hera Syndulla Hera Syndulla The captain and heart of the Ghost crew, Hera Syndulla was a gifted pilot and leader. While Hera was a strong commander — and especially adept at dogfighting with TIE fighters — she was also warm and nurturing. The Twi’lek could bring out the best in her team, which consisted of very different personalities, making them believe in themselves, each other, and their struggle against the Empire. databank Hermi Odle Hermi Odle A burly thug with a shady past, Hermi Odle was one of Jabba the Hutt’s resident gangsters on Tatooine. Wise members of the Hutt’s court knew Odle was far more dangerous than his stooped posture, shuffling gait and drooping lip suggested. databank Hermione Bagwa Hermione Bagwa Hermione Bagwa was a waitress at Dex’s Diner in the Coco Town section of Coruscant, serving a never-ending parade of clients that included speeder drivers, maintenance techs, ambassadors and Senate aides — and sometimes even a Jedi Knight or two. databank Hondo Ohnaka Hondo Ohnaka A tough, pragmatic Weequay, Hondo Ohnaka led a notorious Outer Rim pirate gang from his headquarters on Florrum. A former colleague of Jango Fett and a former lover of Aurra Sing, Ohnaka won fame during the Clone Wars when he kidnapped Count Dooku, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker and tried to ransom all three for a big payout. Since that incident, Ohnaka continues to serve himself, not being above robbing, blinding, or betraying his friends and foes. Decades later, he started Ohnaka Transport Solutions on Black Spire Outpost to run contraband throughout the galaxy. Chewbacca has reluctantly partnered with the charming pirate to fund refurbishment of the Millennium Falcon. databank Hugh Sion Hugh Sion A former pilot in the New Republic navy, Hugh Sion and Kazuda Xiono flew together until Kaz was thought lost in a battle with a red TIE fighter operated by Major Baron Vonreg. Like Kazuda, Hugh eventually found his way into the Resistance where the two old squadron mates were reunited once more. databank Hunter Hunter A Republic sergeant with shaggy hair and a distinct tattoo that makes half his face resemble a skull, Hunter is the leader of Clone Force 99, also known as the Bad Batch. Compared to the other members of the elite group of clone soldiers, Hunter’s appearance is quite close to the other clone troopers. But as part of a team that is the result of genetic experimentation, Hunter’s combat prowess and heightened senses make him more effective on the battlefield than most. databank Hurid-327 Hurid-327 A red-plated load-lifter droid with oddly jovial programming, HURID-327 spent time at Maz’s castle on Takodana, crossing paths with Han Solo, Rey and Finn on their way into the ancient edifice. The towering droid communicates via a binary acoustic signaler. databank Hype Fazon Hype Fazon The top racer of the Aces that defend the Colossus platform, Hype Fazon lives up to his flashy name with his exceptional piloting skills. Hype relishes being the center of attention, as it fuels his bravado and enormous ego. databank IG-11 IG-11 One of a series of dangerous assassin droids largely outlawed in the galaxy, IG-11 is a hired gun programmed to follow Bounty Hunters Guild protocols to the letter. Reliable and durable, IG-11’s thin body is built on an armored substrate that can withstand repeated assaults. It is against his programming to be captured, and he has built-in last-ditch fail-safes to prevent that from ever happening. databank IG-88 IG-88 Many people in the galaxy fear droids, what with the memories of the Clone Wars still fresh in their minds. Far more terrifying than battle droids were assassin droids, independently programmed mechanical killers that had no masters. IG-88 is a battered chrome war droid who has become a bounty hunter, and answered Darth Vader’s call to capture the Millennium Falcon during the events surrounding the Battle of Hoth. databank IG-RM Thug Droids IG-RM Thug Droids IG-RM thug droids proved popular with gangsters, including Lothal’s Cikatro Vizago, as they were commonly used as enforcers. The intimidating robotic beings used BlasTech DLT-18 laser rifles, and were developed by Holowan Laboratories — the manufacturer responsible for IG-86 sentinel droids and General Grievous’ dreaded IG-100 MagnaGuards. databank Ilco Munica Ilco Munica An Abednedo adherent of the once-banned Church of the Force, Ilco Munica dwelled in Tuanul on Jakku alongside fellow members of his faith. When the First Order attacked the village, Ilco fought back with his blaster rifle, but could offer little resistance to professional soldiers. databank Ima-Gun Di Ima-Gun Di Jedi Master Ima-Gun Di was a Nikto who participated in the Clone Wars with the rank of General. He served with honor on Ryloth, giving his own life to help Cham Syndulla and the Twi’lek Resistance stand against the Separatist occupation. He wielded his blue lightsaber until the very end… databank Imperial Combat Drivers Imperial Combat Drivers Imperial combat drivers were the Empire’s elite ground-vehicle pilots. Stationed on worlds such as Lothal, Imperial combat drivers manned everything from speeder bikes to AT-DP walkers. They were also imposing figures, with large helmets, masks, and armor, and proved to be formidable in their battles against rebels and insurgents. databank Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins Infrablue Zedbeddy Coggins took his talents to Maz’s castle on Takodana, playing his hypolliope horn cluster as part of a quartet. A poet and painter herself, Maz offered board to traveling musicians in return for entertaining her guests. databank Inspector Jen June Inspector Jen June The police inspector of Pau City, primary spaceport on Utapau, Inspector Jen June greets Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker upon their arrival on the planet while investigating the disappearance of Jedi Master Tu-Anh. She escorts the Jedi to the body of Master Tu-Anh and later reveals the presence of Amani on the planet. databank Instructor Goran Instructor Goran Instructor Goran was the overseer of Skystrike Academy, an elite Imperial Academy for TIE pilots. He was unforgiving with his students, but also blind as to what was truly going on under his watch; it took a surprise visit from Governor Pryce and Agent Kallus to root out an undercover rebel and three defectors, which was a great embarrassment for Goran. databank Ion Papanoida Ion Papanoida The son of Pantora’s Chairman Papanoida, Ion had to prove himself after thugs hired by the Trade Federation kidnapped his sisters. He accompanied his father on a dangerous mission into the Outer Rim in search of the missing women. databank Ione Marcy Ione Marcy Ione’s large eyes and small voice help her maintain her illusion of being an innocent witness to the crimes found in the deeper levels of Coruscant. Few would suspect her as a thief or accomplice to murder. Ione was a partner in crime to the nimble Cassie Cryar. When the two hoods managed to get a hold of a stolen Jedi lightsaber, they desperately tried to avoid the law. databank Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt Jabba the Hutt was one of the galaxy’s most powerful gangsters, with far-reaching influence in both politics and the criminal underworld. There were no second chances with Jabba, something Han Solo would find out — though the slug-like alien would ultimately fall victim to his own hubris and vengeful ways. databank Jace Rucklin Jace Rucklin An aspiring young racer with piercing green eyes, Jace Rucklin befriends Kaz and seemingly saves his life from a malfunctioning speeder bike. His charisma and carefree attitude, the antithesis of strict Jerek Yeager, make Kaz eager to impress him. But Kaz soon discovers that Rucklin isn’t quite what he seems and ultimately their short-lived friendship ends in a rivalry. databank Jai Kell Jai Kell Jai Kell is a former Imperial cadet who now works secretly as a rebel on Lothal. He remains loyal to Ezra Bridger, the Padawan who helped him desert from the Empire. databank Jakoli Jakoli The jungles of Rodia have fostered the idealization of hunters in Rodian culture. Many unqualified rookies attempt to secure respect and accolades by entering the bounty hunting profession, only to find their lives cut short by underestimated prey. Jakoli avoided such a fate by being as ruthless as possible, and never taking chances by bagging live acquisitions. To Jakoli, there was no “dead or alive” for his targets; only “dead.” databank Jan Dodonna Jan Dodonna General Jan Dodonna serves as the military leader of the rebel base on Yavin 4. His calm demeanor hides an incisive, strategic mind that serves the Rebellion well. databank Jango Fett Jango Fett In the final years of the Republic, Jango Fett was regarded as the best bounty hunter in the galaxy. A proficient marksman and unarmed combatant, Fett was covered in a sleek armored suit that concealed his scarred face. His combat gear featured an arsenal of weaponry, including retractable wrist blades, a snare, dual blaster pistols and other more exotic tools of the trade. In combat, Jango used his harnessed jetpack to gain the advantage of speed and height over his enemies. The backpack also carried a nasty surprise — an explosive rocket could be launched from it. For interstellar travel, Jango traveled aboard his well-worn starship, Slave I. databank Jannah Jannah From an oceanic moon, Jannah leads a band of warriors, ready to charge against the forces of the First Order. databank Janus Greejatus Janus Greejatus Greejatus was a gaunt human in flowing robes and garish hat who served as one of Emperor Palpatine’s closest advisors. He served in Imperial Ruling Council and accompanied the Emperor to the second Death Star as it hovered over the forest moon of Endor. With the destruction of the Death Star, one might assume Greejatus was killed, but his ultimate fate was unknown. databank Jar Jar Binks Jar Jar Binks A clumsy, well-meaning Gungan outcast on Naboo, Jar Jar Binks struggled to prove his worth throughout his life. Putting his awkward past behind him, Jar Jar left the swamps of Naboo to enter the even murkier waters of Coruscant politics, becoming a representative for his people in the galactic capital. There, his best intentions and eagerness to serve were exploited by scheming Senators and others in positions of power. databank Jarek Yeager Jarek Yeager Jarek Yeager runs a repair shop on the Colossus refueling station, enjoying the solitude of being far from the central systems of the galaxy. He is quiet, hardworking, and wise, having experienced much in his lifetime. databank Jashco Phurus Jashco Phurus Notable for wearing the red robes of a Tricorraan raider, Jashco Phurus was a notorious pirate who prowled the Arrowhead region near Coruscant. Like many a spacefaring buccaneer, he regarded Maz’s castle as a safe haven and source of valuable intelligence. databank Jay Igno Jay Igno Jay Igno, a male Nimbanel from parts unknown, made a living as an air taxi driver on Coruscant during the Clone Wars era and he saw plenty of strange stuff. Once, a Clone got into his cab and told him a real crazy conspiracy story. databank Jaybo Hood Jaybo Hood The young boy Jaybo Hood tinkered with battle droids to create an army of servants while living captive on the planet Iego during the Clone Wars. With his technical expertise, Jaybo helped Jedi Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi leave Iego without injury. databank Jaycris Tubbs Jaycris Tubbs Tubbs flies an X-wing as part of the Resistance bombers’ fighter escort above D’Qar — a dangerous mission requiring pilots to stick close to the bombers and endure deadly fire from First Order TIEs. Tubbs and his fellow pilots will need all of their skill and a little luck to survive. databank Jek Porkins Jek Porkins Jek Porkins was a pilot and trader who abandoned his homeworld when the Empire moved in and developed a new military base there. The burly rebel pilot flew an X-wing at the Battle of Yavin under the call sign Red 6. His X-wing developed a mechanical problem early in the battle, leaving him struggling to maneuver. Before Porkins or his astromech could fix the problem, one of the Death Star’s turbolasers zeroed in on the X-wing, incinerating it and killing Porkins instantly. databank Jennica Pierce Jennica Pierce Before the Battle of Yavin, Jennica was a moisture farmer on Tatooine but the Empire’s search for two droids destroyed both her family and her farm. Seeking justice, Jennica joined the Rebel Alliance as a special forces agent serving on Tatooine. With the help of a Jawa associate named Kekit, she has knowledge of threats to the Rebellion on Tatooine, including information about Jabba the Hutt’s operations. As the Galactic Civil War broadens, she is pulled into the conflict. databank Jess Pava Jess Pava A brave young Resistance pilot, Jess, or “Testor” as she is also called, grew up idolizing the legendary pilots of previous generations, such as Luke Skywalker and Wedge Antilles. Jess gets her own chance at glory when the Resistance attacks Starkiller Base, flying alongside Poe Dameron and Snap Wexley under the call sign Blue Three. databank Jinx Jinx A Twi’lek youngling, Jinx’s optimism was chipped away by the harsh realities of survival in the Wasskah jungle. Gifted in the Force, he longed to return to the Jedi Temple but feared he may be forced to spend the rest of his days outrunning deadly Trandoshan hunters. databank Jira Jira A poor yet jolly woman, the elderly Jira ran a small food stand in the Mos Espa marketplace. Among her wares were tasty fruits called pallies. Young Anakin Skywalker befriended Jira, and searched for a cooling unit that the old woman needed. Jira proclaimed Anakin “the kindest boy in the galaxy.” databank Jiro Jiro A pirate captain, Jiro attempted to salvage a transport that carried the Sith brothers Darth Maul and Savage Opress. Maul throttled Jiro with the Force, and made the attentive pirate an offer: his life spared as well as a trove of riches in exchange for his servitude. Jiro agreed to follow the commands of these new, impressive crime lords and offered to recruit more pirates. When Maul’s bid to conquer Florrum failed, Hondo Ohnaka reminded his former pirates that their new Sith allies had no interest in helping them. Hondo called on all his pirates to pillage the now undefended cargo vessel used by the Sith, earning their loyalty once more by appealing to their boundless greed. databank Jocasta Nu Jocasta Nu The Jedi Archives are the galaxy’s greatest repository of knowledge, and Madame Jocasta Nu is their Chief Librarian. She helps other Jedi find information in the Archive using its data terminals, and she controls access to the restricted contents of its Holocron Vault. Jocasta Nu can sometimes be too confident in thinking that the Archives contain the correct answers to all questions. databank Joh Yowza Joh Yowza A shaggy Yuzzum with a big stage presence and an even bigger voice, Joh Yowza sometimes sang with the Max Rebo Band. Even the most jaded music fans found it hard to ignore the vocal fireworks of his duets with Sy Snootles. databank Johhar Kessen Johhar Kessen Ex-senator Johhar Kessen, hails from the forested planet of Dandoran, in the Doran system. While not having been a very politically impactful planet, it’s hub of gambling and smuggling offered Kessen the unique opportunity of creating a vast network of contacts and influence throughout the galaxy’s seedy underground. Known to be quite over confident and even a bit of a chauvinist in his dealings with his associates, Johhar is often preoccupied with big game hunting. He owns a rifle that he’s named “Karina.” databank Jon “Dutch” Vander Jon “Dutch” Vander Jon Vander, nicknamed “Dutch,” is a former Imperial pilot who defected when he was ordered to bomb rebel-friendly areas of his home planet. As Gold Leader in the rebellion, Vander flies a Y-wing and commands a squadron of gifted pilots. databank Jonner Jin Jonner Jin Jonner Jin was the muscle of Iron Squadron, a trio of young rebels from Mykapo. But Jonner’s heart was his real strength, showing unending loyalty to his friends Mart Mattin and Gooti Terez. databank Jyn Erso Jyn Erso Putting behind a checkered past by lending her skills to a greater cause, Jyn Erso is impetuous, defiant, and eager to bring the battle to the Empire. Used to operating alone, she finds higher purpose by taking on a desperate mission for the Rebel Alliance. databank K-2SO (Kay-Tuesso) K-2SO (Kay-Tuesso) A reprogrammed Imperial security droid now loyal to the Alliance, K-2SO is an alarming sight standing within a secret Rebel base. The pragmatic droid is an effective insertion agent, as he can blend in perfectly at Imperial installations and outposts. databank K0-5D K0-5D K0-5D began as a general purpose ASP droid, but has been extensively modified for gladiatorial combat. Fighting aboard the sparring pits of the Weequay pirate ship Marauder, K0-5D usually emerges triumphant, thanks to its powerful, steel-shredding servos and his integrated flame thrower. For his fighting prowess, the Weequays have taken to calling it “Maximo.” databank Kada Jahr Kada Jahr Kada is a young female Devaronian who has worked for Jabba the Hutt in recent years, in charge of “security.” Kada was hired by Jabba because of her extensive network of smugglers and mercenaries in the underground, as well as her reputation as the progeny of a well know and dangerous merc, Arann Jahr. Arann was mysteriously killed during a routine smuggling operation which has propelled Kada’s desire to embed herself in his world. In the relatively few years working as a merc liaison and security expert, Kada’s exemplary work did not go unnoticed by important smugglers throughout the galaxy. Kada is known to come off cold, but is not without humor, which is often relayed sarcastically. She’s shadowy and mysterious, and while appearing to be an unsavory and untrustworthy character on the surface, is in fact, extremely loyal and dependable. databank Kalifa Kalifa Long stranded on the jungle moon of Wasskah, Kalifa began to waver from the ideals of the Jedi Order. Though still strong in the Force, she became crippled by fear and despair. She tried to remain strong enough to look over her fellow castaways. databank Kalo’ne Kalo’ne A long-lived merchant and treadable driver, Kalo’ne has seen many a Festival of the Ancestors come and go on Pasaana. She makes a living ferrying visitors and locals across Pasaana in her sturdy treadable, which is filled with wares collected during her travels. databank Kanan Jarrus Kanan Jarrus Not every Jedi perished in Order 66. Kanan Jarrus survived the Emperor’s purge, going underground for years and hiding the truth about who he really was. To keep his past a secret, Kanan carried a blaster — an uncommon practice for a Jedi — and used a lightsaber that had to be assembled. He was a leader among the Ghost crew, a small group of rebels looking to strike back against the Empire, and with the emergence of the Force-sensitive Ezra, once again embraced his identity as a Jedi Knight. databank Katooni Katooni A bright-eyed Tholothian girl, Katooni was a Jedi youngling during the time of the Clone Wars. During that conflict, she underwent the ancient Jedi ritual of The Gathering, where she explored the Crystal Cave of Ilum to seek out her lightsaber crystal. Inexperienced and timid, Katooni needed to find confidence in her abilities in order to succeed. databank Kaydel Connix Kaydel Connix A lieutenant at the D’Qar Resistance base, Kaydel Connix coordinated communications during the Starkiller Base raid. She then helped organize the evacuation of D’Qar and served aboard the Raddus. Connix shared Poe Dameron’s misgivings about Vice Admiral Holdo, conspiring with the starfighter ace against their new commander and joining his brief-lived mutiny. She survived the Battle of Crait, escaping with the remnants of the Resistance. databank Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono Kazuda “Kaz” Xiono Confident and skilled in the cockpit of a New Republic X-wing fighter, Kaz’s new assignment as a spy for the Resistance leaves him feeling out of his element. Now living on the independent fueling station known as the Colossus, Kaz is doing his best to fit in as a mechanic so he can carry out his mission. databank Kedpin Shoklop Kedpin Shoklop A diminutive Wermal, Kedpin Shoklop – his friends call him Ked – is visiting Canto Bight for a two-week vacation, his reward for being named Vaportech’s Salesbeing of the Year. Ked has seen Canto Bight’s highs and lows, and now seeks to unwind with a soothing massage at Zord’s Spa. databank Keeper Agruss Keeper Agruss A Zygerrian slavemaster who led the slaving operation on Kadavo, Agruss delighted in his superiority over his pathetic charges. Agruss flaunted his power freely, punishing and executing slaves at a whim to ensure no one every questioned his authority. The overweight Zygerrian hovered aloft on a repulsorlift chair, exuding an air of decadence. Agruss particularly delighted in tormenting Obi-Wan Kenobi, the first ever Jedi to be interred at his grueling facility. databank Keeve Trennis Keeve Trennis Keeve is a young firebrand Jedi, believed to have a great future ahead of her, if only she would believe it herself. Quick-witted and more impulsive than she should be, Keeve has only been a Jedi Knight for a few weeks and is a little starstruck around Avar, knowing many of the great things Kriss has done in the past. She is determined to prove herself to Avar and the other legendary Jedi stationed on Starlight Beacon, but first she must learn to trust in herself as much as she trusts the Force. databank Kekit Kekit Kekit was the leader of a small Jawa clan being oppressed on Tatooine by a tribe of Tuskens. Jennica Pierce saw an opportunity to form a much needed alliance with the Jawas in order for Rebel forces to better navigate the sandy terrain of Tatooine, so she offered to help in their plight with the Tuskens. Saponza and his partner played an integral part in this campaign, earning Kekit’s respect and a promise of future aid from his clan. databank Kel Kel The only survivors of a First Order raid that wiped out their village on Tehar, Kel and his younger sister, Eila, find themselves on the run on the Colossus platform with a sizable bounty on their heads. Kel is fiercely protective of his sister, especially when she gets injured and needs medicine. But he quickly realizes they can’t escape agents of the First Order without some help. databank Ketsu Onyo Ketsu Onyo Ketsu Onyo was an old friend of the rebel Sabine, with both attending and escaping the Imperial Academy together. But they eventually took different paths. Ketsu became a bounty hunter, contracting with the Black Sun syndicate. During one job to recover a droid courier, she once again encountered Sabine, who looked to bring the droid to the rebellion. Their meeting was tense, but they put their differences aside to survive an attack from the Empire. In the end, Ketsu rejected an offer to join the rebellion — for the time being. databank Ki-Adi-Mundi Ki-Adi-Mundi Ki-Adi-Mundi was a Cerean alien who sat on the Jedi Council. A humanoid being, Ki’s most distinguishing physical feature was an enlarged conical cranium that contained a binary brain. When Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn reported a Sith attack during the events surrounding the Battle of Naboo, Ki-Adi-Mundi expressed shock at the notion. “Impossible,” he remarked, “the Sith have been extinct for a millennium.” He also failed to see how far Count Dooku had fallen from the Jedi ideals just prior to the Clone Wars, believing that Dooku was incapable of violence or murder. databank Kiera Swan Kiera Swan Pirates and bounty hunters rarely mix well; the former group is devoted to breaking interstellar shipping laws and the latter are licensed to hunt criminals, they often wind up on the opposite ends of intense and destructive blaster-fights. But Kiera Swan was skilled enough to make the transition from notorious Weequay pirate, to legendary bounty hunter. With a price on her head from her ship-raiding past, Kiera tended to accept illegal bounties and avoided working closely with other hunters, since she didn’t trust them. databank Kin Robb Kin Robb The honorable Senator Kin Robb served in the Galactic Senate during the Clone Wars. She was present for many important happenings during this era, including the attack by the Zillo Beast, assassination attempts made by Death Watch, and her service as a juror in Ahsoka Tano’s trial for bombing the Jedi Temple. databank Kinash Lock Kinash Lock As the majordomo of King Yaruba of Kessel, Kinash Lock has been tasked with some of the royal trade dealings, including hiring and overseeing new ways of transporting the planet’s valuable spice off-world without attracting the attention of pirates. databank King Katuunko King Katuunko The sovereign ruler of the Toydarians, King Katuunko valued honesty above all else. He was chiefly concerned with protecting his people from the ravages of the Clone Wars, and was hesitant to ally himself to either the Republic or Separatist factions. After Master Yoda impressed Katuunko with a display of Jedi character, Katuunko committed his world to support the Republic. databank King Manchucho King Manchucho The leader of the Aleena, King Manchucho was a fair and intelligent leader. He was gregarious and eager to please, always serving as a welcome host to any off-world guests. Manchucho wanted a peaceful coexistence with the beings that lived beneath the surface of his planet, even though their ways and culture remained alien to him. databank King Ramsis Dendup King Ramsis Dendup As the galaxy began to split with the Separatist crisis that escalated into the Clone Wars, King Ramsis Dendup of Onderon looked on with disapproval and dread. The conflict would spill onto the borders of his home, and he would have to make a choice. But he saw no virtue in either the Republic or the Confederacy, recognizing the corruption that rotted within both governments. Dendup decided that the best course of action for his people would be to remain neutral in the conflict. For this, he was branded an indecisive coward and ousted from the throne by those who saw opportunity for change in power. databank King Sanjay Rash King Sanjay Rash King Ramsis Dendup refused to commit Onderon to the Clone Wars, thinking that neutrality would spare the planet from the violent conflict. Sanjay Rash knew better. To ensure Onderon’s prosperity and strength in the shifting galaxy would require a strong alliance — and that meant striking an accord with the Separatists. Through methods cloaked in intrigue, Rash assumed the crown of Onderon, deposing Dendup and branding him a powerless old crone. Rash then allowed the Separatists to establish a firm foothold, cementing his rule of the planet. databank Kit Fisto Kit Fisto Kit Fisto is a striking example of an alien Jedi, a Nautolan with large eyes, and a gathered tangle of flexible tentacle-tresses extending from his head. He is at home in the waters of aquatic planets, like his native Glee Anselm. As a Jedi Master, Fisto has an intense focus, particularly in combat. He is also much more laid back and capable of enjoying a hearty chuckle than some of his humorless colleagues. databank Kitster Kitster Kitster was one of Anakin Skywalker’s friends before the young podracing champ left Tatooine for the life of a Jedi. An optimistic human boy about the same age as Anakin, Kitster was part of Anakin’s pit team in the fateful Boonta Eve Classic race that saw young Skywalker win his freedom. databank Kitwarr Kitwarr Kitwarr was a young Wookiee captured by Imperials and forced to work in the spice mines of Kessel. After a daring rescue by the crew of the Ghost, he and his father, Wulffwarro, were set free. databank Klaatu Klaatu A Kadas’sa’Nikto from Kintan, Klaatu was a henchman of Jabba the Hutt, and spent his time at the Hutt’s palace repairing skiffs, eagerly awaiting executions and amassing ever-larger gambling debts. Klaatu confronted Luke Skywalker during the battle at the Great Pit of Carkoon, but fled after Luke disarmed him with a stroke of his lightsaber. He died when Jabba’s sail barge exploded. databank Klaud Klaud Klaud might have joined the Resistance as a result of mistaken identity, but he is welcomed as an ally by the freedom fighters. databank Klik-Klak Klik-Klak Klik-Klak was the lone Geonosian survivor following the Empire’s eradication of his people. He hid in the Geonosis caves, fearful of outsiders, and used battle droids left over from the Clone Wars as a means of protection. But he wasn’t just protecting himself; Klik-Klak was the keeper of a queen egg, which could be the key to rebuilding his kind. databank Korkie Kryze Korkie Kryze The nephew of Duchess Satine Kryze, Cadet Korkie attended the Royal Academy of Government on Mandalore, where he was being groomed for leadership. His keen insights and ambitious personality suggested that he would go far. Together with his friends Soniee, Amis, and Lagos, Korkie helped expose corruption in the highest levels of government, and later helped rescue his aunt from wrongful imprisonment during the rise of the Shadow Collective. databank Korr Sella Korr Sella The capable, no-nonsense Korr Sella assisted Leia Organa during her career in the New Republic’s Galactic Senate and remained in her service when Leia left politics to establish the Resistance. Sella served as Leia’s link to the Senate, bringing intelligence to allies and supporters who agreed with her warnings about the First Order. Sella was on Hosnian Prime as Leia’s envoy when the Starkiller superweapon destroyed the system, ending her life. databank Kragan Gorr Kragan Gorr The notorious pirate Kragan Gorr has a reputation for leading ruthless attacks under the cover of environmental threats. In addition to his pirate gang and associates feeding him important tactical intelligence, Kragan is secretly in league with the First Order. databank Krismo Sodi Krismo Sodi Krismo was the most skilled and deadly member of the Kage Warriors, serving as their leader at the time of the Clone Wars. From atop a galloping milodon, he led his warriors through the subterranean caverns of Quarzite against the Belugan forces of Lord Otua Blank. databank Kuiil Kuiil A vapor farmer on Arvala-7, Kuiil came to seek peace in an out of the way world, which is now being trespassed upon by criminals and mercenaries. He has worked a lifetime to be free of servitude, and offers valuable skills for those willing to meet his price. databank Kuruk Kuruk A gifted sniper, Kuruk is the most solitary of the Knights of Ren, preferring to cover the group’s assaults from a carefully chosen vantage point above the battlefield. He also serves as pilot of the Night Buzzard. databank L3-37 L3-37 A self-made droid built from astromech and protocol parts, L3-37 is an enlightened navigator who cares deeply about droid rights. Her ability to connect directly with the Millennium Falcon’s navicomputer lets the freighter plot faster routes than those traveled by more cautious ships. L3-37’s habit of speaking her mind and her relentless advocacy for mechanicals can alienate organic beings. databank Lady Proxima Lady Proxima The fearsome Grindalid matriarch of the White Worms, Lady Proxima rules Corellia’s black market from a tangle of sewer tunnels beneath Corellia’s Coronet City. A briny pool serves as a throne room where Proxima feeds her hatchlings and commands the urchins known as scrumrats, sending them out to pick pockets and barter stolen goods. databank Lagos Lagos During the Clone Wars, Lagos attended the prestigious Mandalorian Royal Academy of Government, an institution that grooms the best and brightest of Mandalorian youth to help steer the future of the planet. This future, however, was dominated by the influence of criminal interlopers. First, the unscrupulous Prime Minister Almec embroiled the planet in the black market. Lagos was one of the cadets led by Korkie Kryze who helped expose this plot. A cautious student, she sometimes found the adventure-seeking nature of her classmates overwhelming. She would find courage when circumstances demanded it, however, even piloting the escape speeder during a brash jail break that freed the wrongly imprisoned Duchess Satine Kryze. databank Lama Su Lama Su The lanky Prime Minister of remote Kamino, Lama Su oversaw the creation of the Galactic Republic’s first clone armies. That effort gave his storm-swept homeworld influence in the Republic, but also made it a target of the Separatist military. databank Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian Lando Calrissian may have come late to the fight against the Empire, but his role in destroying the second Death Star cemented his reputation as a hero. In his youth, Lando was a sportsman seeking a fortune at the sabacc tables. After he lost his beloved ship to Han Solo, Lando spent years living the high life and pursuing get-rich-quick schemes, with uneven results. He went semi-respectable as the baron administrator of Cloud City, only to be drawn into the fight against the Empire. After a personal tragedy, Lando sought solace in isolation on Pasaana, unaware that the galaxy would need him again. databank Lark and Jonk a.k.a. “The Twins” Lark and Jonk a.k.a. “The Twins” House rules dictate that Lark and Jonk must enter sabacc games as a single player, as their two heads would give them an unfair advantage. Although not truly twins, their nickname pays homage to their conjoined nature. databank Latts Razzi Latts Razzi Beautiful and deadly, Latts Razzi was a Theelin bounty hunter who operated during the Clone Wars. Used to high style and first class comforts, Razzi charged exorbitant rates but had the skills to back them. Aside from her pinpoint accuracy with a blaster pistol, she was an expert unarmed fighter in several forms of exotic combat. Draped around her shoulders were triple rows of a scaled boa, which when snapped like a whip or lariat, proved to be much more than a fashion accessory. databank LE-12 LE-12 Meandering about the Colossus on two springy legs, this older model LE-series droid performs a variety of functions for various mechanics and salvagers on the platform, thanks to a trusty pair of clamps and a head unit that can spin around 360 degrees. databank Lechee Lechee Like any slimy businessman, Lechee knows how to turn on the charm while trying to usher new customers into his shop in the Vargo marketplace. But once out of sight and earshot, his demeanor turns to something more sinister in the hopes of making a quick credit. databank Leia Organa Leia Organa Princess Leia Organa was one of the greatest leaders of the Rebel Alliance, fearless on the battlefield and dedicated to ending the Empire’s tyranny. Daughter of Padmé Amidala and Anakin Skywalker, sister of Luke Skywalker, and with a soft spot for scoundrels, Leia ranked among the galaxy’s great heroes. But life under the New Republic proved difficult for her. Sidelined by a new generation of political leaders, she struck out on her own to oppose the First Order as founder of the Resistance. These setbacks in her political career were accompanied by more personal losses, which she endured with her seemingly inexhaustible will. databank Leoz Leoz A member of Kragan Gorr’s pirate gang, when he isn’t pillaging and plundering Leoz spends his time gambling with his lucky pair of dice. A sore loser, he has been known to place a curse on his opponent after a bad match. databank Letta Turmond Letta Turmond Hardened by a life in the working class levels of Coruscant, Letta Turmond had a jaundiced view of the Jedi Order and the leadership of the Galactic Republic. Her husband, Jackar Bowmani, was a technician who worked in the Jedi Temple, and devoted his life to supporting the Order. With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, Bowmani’s expertise was used to arm Republic gunships, and it galled Letta to see what was once an institution of peace and justice transformed into an instrument of war. She became an activist opposed to the Jedi involvement of the war, but her beliefs were so radical that they crossed the line into terrorism. databank Liana Kor Liana Kor Known as “Iron” Liana, her associates in the smuggling business often describe Kor as “stubborn as a zakkeg, and twice as mean.” Liana Kor often finds herself entangled in conflicts between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire, as she often targets arms shipments for her pirating and smuggling operations. She has no love for either side, and will often attempt to play both sides to get what she wants. This hasn’t earned her much respect, but is widely know not to be trifled with, as she lives up to her nickname. databank Lieutenant Bolandin Lieutenant Bolandin A veteran Imperial, Bolandin has long regarded Corporal Han Solo as a troublemaker with a big mouth – and the mudtroopers battling on Mimban have trouble enough as it is. When Solo is turned over to Bolandin as a deserter, he orders stormtroopers to throw him in with “the Beast” – a Wookiee prisoner held in a makeshift prison. databank Lieutenant Dicer Lieutenant Dicer One of the rebellion’s pilots, Lieutenant Dicer was among the first to try to set up a base on Atollon. Unfortunately for Dicer, the world was not as desolate as believed — huge spider-like creatures called krykna lived below the surface. After the krykna attacked, all that was left of Dicer was her helmet. databank Lieutenant Galek Lieutenant Galek With an ever-present scowl to match the rest of her severe demeanor, First Order flight instructor Lieutenant Galek has little patience for the antics of cadets who fail to follow basic orders. Known for her harsh tactics, on the training field she believes strongly in survival of the fittest, utilizing live fire instead of stun blasts to most effectively approximate real battle situations and doling out firm but fair punishments. In Galek’s view, the First Order thrives by culling the weak so only the strongest survive. databank Lieutenant Mitaka Lieutenant Mitaka A young officer in the First Order Navy, Dopheld Mitaka graduated at the top of his Academy class and received a coveted post aboard the Finalizer. It was a plum assignment Mitaka would sometimes regret, as his duties included telling Kylo Ren of the First Order’s failure to capture the fugitive Resistance droid BB-8. databank Lieutenant Mytus Adema Lieutenant Mytus Adema Mytus Adema is an ambitious young officer assigned to the Scarif Citadel. He disdains his senior officer, General Ramda, as lazy and overconfident, and hopes to supplant him in the eyes of Director Krennic. Adema sees the Death Star as a welcome symbol of Imperial glory and might. databank Lindon Javes Lindon Javes An experienced pilot and instructor, Lindon Javes rose through the ranks of the Rebellion after the destruction of Alderaan by hunting Imperial capital ships. Though he’s still a combat pilot at heart, Lindon found he had a knack for command, coordinating several successful missions behind Imperial lines. Now, as the galactic war enters a new phase, Lindon has been given command of his own squadron, and a classified assignment for the New Republic. databank Lobot Lobot Never far from Baron Administrator Lando Calrissian’s side was Lobot, Calrissian’s aide and Cloud City’s computer liaison officer. Lobot is a human male with a shiny, brain-enhancing device wrapped around the back of his skull that allowed him to contact directly with the city’s central computer. databank Loden Greatstorm Loden Greatstorm Loden is a Twi’lek Jedi Master, and is considered to be one of the best teachers in the Jedi Order. Strong and wise, with a good sense of humor, Loden looks at every moment as a learning experience, always trying to better himself and those around him, especially his Padawans. databank Logray Logray The shaman of the Ewok village, Logray’s rituals ensured his tribe remained in harmony with Endor’s forest spirits. When a golden god visited his planet, Logray ordered the sacrifice of offworlders in this deity’s honor — only to somehow incur the god’s wrath. No one ever said faith was easy. databank Lok Durd Lok Durd Lok Durd was an obese Neimoidian general in the army of the Confederacy of Independent Systems. A flamboyant and heartless weapons developer, some say if Lok Durd could make half the noise on the battlefield that he does in the war room, then the Separatists would have won the war. Durd longed to impress Count Dooku with his battlefield inventions. The Neimoidian general unleashed the Defoliator on the planet Maridun during the Clone Wars. databank Lolo Purs Lolo Purs As a Rodian representative in the Galactic Senate, Lolo Purs assisted her mentor, Senator Onaconda Farr. But Lolo felt betrayed by Farr’s brief dealings with the Separatists, and hatched a scheme to do away with Uncle Ono. databank Lom Pyke Lom Pyke During the Clone Wars, Lom Pyke was the leader of a syndicate of spice dealers known as the Pykes. Operating out of Oba Diah, they controlled the lucrative trade that delivered spice to the ruling crime families of the lower levels of Coruscant. His spice-stained grin and hands suggested that he was more than just a dealer of the contraband substance. Sensing profit and opportunity to expand his operations, Lom allied his forces with Darth Maul’s growing Shadow Collective. databank Lor San Tekka Lor San Tekka A legendary traveler and explorer, Lor San Tekka was a longtime ally of the New Republic and the Resistance. After the Battle of Endor, San Tekka helped Luke Skywalker recover secret Jedi lore that the Empire had tried to erase. He then retired to live simply on Jakku, where he followed the dictates of the once-forbidden Church of the Force. Leia Organa sent Poe Dameron in search of San Tekka, who gave him a portion of a map revealing Luke’s planet of exile. San Tekka was then killed by Kylo Ren, who sought the same information. databank Lott Dod Lott Dod To hear Lott Dod tell it, the actions of Nute Gunray did not reflect the true intents of the Trade Federation, which remained loyal to the Galactic Republic. Sure, the Separatist Alliance did use Trade Federation starships and battle droids as part of their fighting forces in the Clone Wars, but this was equipment legitimately purchased in the open market. The Trade Federation was committed to commerce across the entire galaxy, and had no interest in getting caught up in territorial wars, Dodd would say. In truth, the Senator received a healthy income to ensure both sides of the war stay well equipped. databank Lovey Lovey A striking figure with a geometric red hairdo and a fitted lattice dress, “Lovey” is a familiar sight by the side of the Master Codebreaker at the gaming tables of the Canto Casino. “Lovey” has her own secrets — including her true name, which she has yet to reveal to her companion. databank Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker Luke Skywalker was a Tatooine farmboy who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the greatest Jedi the galaxy has ever known. Along with his friends Princess Leia and Han Solo, Luke battled the evil Empire, discovered the truth of his parentage, and ended the tyranny of the Sith. A generation later, the location of the famed Jedi master was one of the galaxy’s greatest mysteries. Haunted by Ben Solo’s fall to evil and convinced the Jedi had to end, Luke sought exile on a distant world, ignoring the galaxy’s pleas for help. But his solitude would be interrupted – and Luke Skywalker had one final, momentous role to play in the struggle between good and evil. databank Luminara Unduli Luminara Unduli A green-skinned Mirialan, Luminara Unduli served the Jedi Order during the final years of the Galactic Republic, and trained the capable Padawan Barriss Offee. A no-nonsense Jedi Master, Luminara fought in Clone Wars battles such as Geonosis and Kashyyyk, and was thought to have perished during Order 66. In reality, she’d been taken into Imperial custody and executed, with holographic transmissions of her captivity used as bait to capture fugitive Jedi. databank Lux Bonteri Lux Bonteri The son of Separatist Senator Mina Bonteri, Lux was young, idealistic, and skeptical of the aims of the Republic and the Jedi Knights. His father was a fervent supporter of the Separatists, and was killed by clone troopers on Aargonar. Lux did not know what to make of Ahsoka Tano and her visit to Separatist space. After a failed peace overture begun by Mina extended to the Republic, Lux’s mother died, assassinated on Count Dooku’s orders. After making an ill-fated effort to avenge her by killing Dooku, Lux joined the anti-Separatist resistance on his homeworld of Onderon. After the rebels defeated the Separatists, Lux became Onderon’s Republic Senator. databank Lyn Me Lyn Me A lithe Twi’lek dancer and singer, Lyn Me performed with the Max Rebo Band during the group’s residence as Jabba the Hutt’s house band. From the stage, Lyn Me got an up-close look at the depraved galactic underworld. databank Lyra Erso Lyra Erso A geologist with an extensive knowledge of crystals, Lyra Erso helped her husband Galen with his work before he became involved with Orson Krennic’s energy-enrichment project. Deeply suspicious of both Krennic and the Empire, Lyra believed in the Force and tried to share her faith with her daughter Jyn. When Krennic tracks the Ersos to Lah’mu, she risks everything to protect her family. databank M5-BZ M5-BZ Serving alongside the aged Jedi Master Tera Sinube with distinction that drew the attention of the Jedi Council, M5-BZ was called upon to serve the Republic as part of D-Squad, an all-droid special missions unit led by the gruff Colonel Meebur Gascon. To carry out the vital assignment of capturing a Separatist encryption module, Beezee had its cranial memory module gutted to allow room for a mobile command center that would house Gascon. databank Mace Windu Mace Windu A grim Jedi Master with an amethyst-bladed lightsaber, Mace Windu was the champion of the Jedi Order, with little tolerance for the failings of the Senate, the arguments of politicians, or the opinions of rebellious Jedi. As the Clone Wars intensified, Mace sensed the dark side of the Force at work, and knew the Jedi’s enemies were plotting to destroy the Order and end its stewardship of the galaxy. databank Magaloof Magaloof A Leffingite from Almak, Magaloof was a speeder thief who crossed paths with Obi-Wan Kenobi while the Jedi clung to an assassin droid zipping across the busy skylanes of Coruscant. Magaloof had seen a lot of things since coming to Coruscant, but a Jedi clutching a droid kilometers above the ground was a new one even for him. databank Major Brance Major Brance A communications officer at the Resistance base on D’Qar, Taslin Brance brought word of the First Order’s raid on Jakku to Leia Organa. Brance feared BB-8 had been lost in the attack, but Leia told him never to underestimate a droid. Major Brance later had the grim duty of informing Leia of the destruction of Hosnian Prime. databank Major Bren Derlin Major Bren Derlin A mustachioed rebel officer, Bren Derlin hailed from Tiisheraan. He served with Alliance Intelligence and was named security chief at Hoth’s Echo Base. Derlin reluctantly gave the order to close the base’s shield doors while Han Solo was out searching for Luke Skywalker. He survived the Battle of Hoth and led a rebel ground unit during the Battle of Endor. databank Major Capin Harinar Major Capin Harinar Capin Harinar is part of General Draven’s Alliance Intelligence staff. But where officers such as Colonel Delto argue over the importance of information, Harinar concerns himself with physical objects. As a materials analyst, he scrutinizes captured Imperial technology to assess the Empire’s capabilities and figure out how to counter them. databank Major Rigosso Major Rigosso A military officer loyal to Otua Blank of Quarzite, Major Rigosso was tasked with overseeing the safe delivery of a precious cargo to his lordship during the Clone Wars. Due to the inhospitable atmospheric pressure on the surface of Quarzite, the Belugan and Kage people lived in subterranean passages beneath the planet’s crust. Transit and transportation for Blank’s people was provided by a series of subtram lines, which were frequently raided by Kage Warriors. To best protect Blank’s delivery, Rigosso hired a team of elite bounty hunters to accompany him and the cargo. databank Major Vonreg Major Vonreg An elite First Order operative clad in distinct crimson armor and with a TIE fighter to match, Major Baron Elrik Vonreg reports directly to Captain Phasma. Part of a secret operation, he makes a personal visit to the Colossus with a shipment of fuel, all in an attempt to coerce Captain Doza into approving First Order protection on the platform. databank Mak Plain Mak Plain This Muun banker called Coruscant home and came into conflict with Senators Padme Amidala and Bail Organa over interest rates for loans made to the Galactic Republic by the InterGalactic Banking Clan. databank Malakili Malakili A burly human, Malakili tended to Jabba the Hutt’s menagerie, including the galactic gangster’s prized pet rancor. Despite the rancor’s vicious nature, Malakili cared about the beast. He was shocked when Luke Skywalker killed his monstrous charge, and wept at its demise. databank Mantu Mantu A squat, hunched being with cold, clammy skin and a murderous twinkle in his eye, Mantu was far from a typical Selkath. Historically, his people had been regarded as a peaceful, helpful culture devoted to the tending of the ill, or the care of their oceans. How far had the Selkath fallen that Mantu was one of their most well known modern legends, a deadly bounty hunter who relied on surprise to target his prey. databank Mar Tuuk Mar Tuuk The Neimodian Mar Tuuk was a brilliant military strategist who hailed from planet Neimoidia. Tuuk was Captain of a droid control ship in the Separatist Fleet and oversaw the blockade of Ryloth during the Clone Wars. He matched wits against Jedi General Anakin Skywalker and was outmatched enough that he was forced to abandon his ship. databank Marcus Speedstar Marcus Speedstar A legendary racer in his own right, and three-time winner of the Five Sabers, Marcus Speedstar is also the estranged younger brother of Jarek Yeager. When he returns to race brother-versus-brother in the Platform Classic, he hopes to mend their fractured family, scarred by Speedstar’s blind quest for glory at any cost. But in the years they’ve been apart, Marcus has run afoul of the Guavian Death gang, and a 20,0000-credit debt jeopardizes his mission and his friend’s life. databank Marg Krim Marg Krim The leader of the Pyke Syndicate, Marg Krim is still weak-minded enough to be manipulated by a Jedi. databank Marrok Marrok A loyal and well-trained anooba, Marrok was the Kyuzo bounty hunter Embo’s faithful companion, assisting his master in a number of adventures. During a skirmish on Nal Hutta, the fearless Marrok saved the hunter Sugi from the clutches of Darth Maul. Embo waded into combat confident that Marrok would be at his side — and would even retrieve the trusty hat the Kyuzo used as both weapon and shield. databank Mart Mattin Mart Mattin Leader of Iron Squadron and captain of Sato’s Hammer, Mart Mattin was a creative, if somewhat reckless, young rebel. When the Empire invaded his homeworld, Mykapo, he initially refused to leave, even though his ship had a broken hyperdrive. Eventually, Mart and Iron Squadron joined forces with the Ghost crew, handing the Empire a defeat and escaping to fight another day. He was reunited with his uncle, the famed Commander Sato, and his friends. databank Mas Amedda Mas Amedda Mas Amedda was the Vice Chair of the Galactic Senate during Chancellor Valorum’s term, a position he continued to hold as Chancellor Palpatine transformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire. Amedda’s booming voice often called for order when the partisan nature of the Republic’s government degenerated into pointless bickering. In an alien gesture of authority, he would often punctuate such calls with a flicker of his long, forked tongue. databank Master Codebreaker Master Codebreaker He’s a soldier, freedom fighter, ace pilot, top smuggler and a poet with a blaster – and a slicer capable of defeating the toughest security in the galaxy. So Maz Kanata describes the man known only as the Master Codebreaker. His favorite haunt is Canto Bight, where he’s recognizable by the red plom bloom adorning one immaculate lapel of his tuxedo. databank Maul Maul A deadly, agile Sith Lord trained by the evil Darth Sidious, Darth Maul was a formidable warrior and scheming mastermind. He wielded an intimidating double-bladed lightsaber and fought with a menacing ferocity. Though he fell in battle against Obi-Wan Kenobi, the Zabrak from Dathomir would prove to be much harder to destroy than originally believed. databank Mawhonic Mawhonic A Gran podracer, Mawhonic competed in the Boonta Eve Classic. Knowledgable podracing fans regarded him as one of the more capable challengers to Sebulba, the favorite in the hard-fought race. Sebulba wasted no time eliminating his Gran rival from the competition and smashed into Mawhonic’s podracer on the first lap, knocking him out of the race. databank Max Rebo Max Rebo Max Rebo was the heart (or at least the fluid sac) of the band that bore his name, and could be found onstage behind the pedals of his red ball organ. From there he kept an ear on his bandmates’ playing and an eye on the sleazy clients who hired his ensemble for their entertainment. databank Maz Kanata Maz Kanata Maz Kanata is more than a thousand years old, a diminutive being with vast experience at surviving in the underworld. From her castle on Takodana, Maz has seen galactic powers rise and fall and felt the Force ebb and flow, seeking an elusive balance between darkness and light. She has given many a young smuggler a start by offering credits, equipment or connections, and helped many an old friend rediscover a lost path. databank MB-13 MB-13 After suffering damage in a scuffle on the Colossus, First Order droid MB-13 emerges from hiding to seek revenge on CB-23 and her friends, attacking and deactivating the small ball droid and tying up Neeku Vozo. The damage from the earlier skirmish makes it difficult for the First Order droid to get a clear view of Kaz and Torra for an effective attack, but the scrappy droid is able to bypass tower controls to try to get an encoded message to the First Order. databank ME-8D9 ME-8D9 An ancient protocol droid of unknown manufacture, ME-8D9 has been a fixture at Maz’s castle on Takodana for many years. Pirates and smugglers often ask Emmie to serve as a translator for their shady negotiations. The droid has been reprogrammed numerous times, and her original purpose is unclear. She’s known to have served as an assassin, and some whisper that she began her long mechanical life with the Jedi Order. databank Mee Deechi Mee Deechi Mee Deechi served as the war-loving Senator from Umbara during the Clone Wars. His white hair, gaunt face, pale complexion, and black-rimmed eyes cut a striking and intimidating figure. He worked closely with the Senator from Kamino, Halle Burtoni, to increase Republic funding of clone troopers. databank Meena Tills Meena Tills The watery world of Mon Cala was the site of a civil war during the Clone Wars, as the Mon Calamari people sided with the Republic, while the Quarren were backed by the Separatist Alliance. Senator Meena Tills was caught in the midst of this conflict, advising where she could while under the protection of the Jedi and clone troopers. Later, Senator Tills was part of the Delegation of 2,000 — Senatorial representatives concerned with the manner in which Chancellor Palpatine had waged the Clone Wars. The Petition of 2,000 identified Senators formally complaining on Palpatine’s conduct, and requested that he return his emergency powers to the Senate following the resolution of the conflict. databank Melch Melch Melch was one of several enslaved Ugnaughts forced to work at Reklam Station, an Imperial salvage yard. When the Ghost crew arrived, looking to steal 14 Y-wings, Melch made a deal with Hondo: he would disengage the furnace conveyer in exchange for liberation. databank Mich Matt Mich Matt Mich Matt is an Ishi Tib and gifted power technician. Once based on Coruscant, he was abducted by the Empire for a secret project, only to be rescued by the Ghost crew. He now proudly serves the Rebellion. databank Mika Grey Mika Grey Fearless and inventive, Mika Grey is a rugged, old treasure hunter of sorts whose aim is less about riches and more about keeping destructive and powerful artifacts out of the hands of the First Order’s Supreme Leader Kylo Ren. After one particular two-and-a-half-year search, the planet-hopping archaeologist discovers an ancient Sith relic that holds untold, life-ending power at its core, but she destroys it to shake the First Order operatives on her tail. This may be why she prefers to work alone. databank Mina Bonteri Mina Bonteri A Senator of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, Mina Bonteri had been a friend to Padmé Amidala, serving as her mentor on Naboo. Padmé missed her friend dearly, but contact between the Separatist and Republic governments was illegal during the Clone Wars. Nonetheless, Padmé secretly voyaged to Raxus, where she developed a peace accord with Mina. Bonteri proposed the peace overture to the Separatist government, finding support. The corporate barons secretly profiting the war did not agree, however. Mina died under mysterious circumstances, and her peace effort died as well. databank Minister Maketh Tua Minister Maketh Tua Minister Maketh Tua was a proud member of the Empire. With the rise of the Lothal rebels, Minister Tua gained the ire of Grand Moff Tarkin. Darth Vader and Agent Kallus informed her that she would meet with the Imperial leader, and Tua knew her life was in danger. She secretly contacted the Ghost team, looking for safe passage off Lothal in return for the Empire’s secrets. While they were wary, the rebels agreed and set a rendezvous point. It was not to be, however; Darth Vader knew that Tua would try and escape, and used it to his advantage. After she boarded her shuttle and the rebels neared to escort the Minister, the ship exploded. It was all a setup meant to draw out and frame the rebels. Tua was killed, a tool used for Vader’s evil machinations. databank Mira Bridger Mira Bridger Mira Bridger lived on Lothal, a peaceful world, with her husband Ephraim and son Ezra…until the age of the Empire. Along with her husband, she would not bow to their tyranny. The Empire arrested the Bridgers, leaving Mira’s son an orphan and separating the family for years. Sadly, they would never reunite; she and Ephraim died leading a jailbreak, giving up their own lives to free their fellow prisoners. databank Mister Borkus Mister Borkus A heavyset, barrel-chested Sullustan, Mister Borkus is the proprietor of a no-frills diner in Pons Ora, a small settlement on the mostly unknown world of Abafar. The opportunistic Borkus stumbled upon a clone commando suffering from amnesia. The soldier had escaped a devastating battle, and was stripped of his memory and his identity. Borkus callously took the clone — Gregor — under his care, never revealing his origin to the grateful survivor. Borkus “generously” offered to give Gregor room and board, at an expense, and also employed him as a dishwasher. But Gregor’s meager wage wasn’t enough to pay for his necessities, and thus the lowly dishwasher was little more than Borkus’s slave. databank Moff Jerjerrod Moff Jerjerrod A chilly technocrat, Tiaan Jerjerrod was responsible for overseeing construction of the second Death Star above the forest moon of Endor. The task was difficult, to say the least — Jerjerrod desperately needed more time and more resources. What he got instead was a visit from Darth Vader. databank Moloch Moloch A White Worm enforcer, Moloch ensures none of Lady Proxima’s scrumrats works against the Grindalid matriarch. He is one of the few Grindalids willing to venture out of the sewers into the damaging Corellian sunlight. These trips require Moloch to don customized protective armor. databank Momaw Nadon Momaw Nadon An exile from Ithor, Momaw Nadon was a rebel sympathizer who cultivated a hidden garden in the mountains south of Mos Eisley. Nadon was in the Mos Eisley Cantina when Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived in search of a pilot who could take them to Alderaan without attracting Imperial attention. databank Mon Mothma Mon Mothma A leader of the Galactic Senate’s Loyalist faction, Mon Mothma opposed Supreme Chancellor Palpatine’s policies during the final days of the Republic. Working in secret, she helped found the Rebel Alliance, and served as its civilian leader during the long struggle against the Empire. databank Morad Sumar Morad Sumar Morad Sumar was a farmer from Kothar, Lothal, who would often sell his produce in the local marketplace. The Empire, continually expanding its presence on Lothal, pressured Morad to sell his land. He refused, and in retaliation, Imperials destroyed Morad’s homestead and arrested his family. When all hope seemed lost, Ezra Bridger and Zeb Orrelios came to the rescue…with the help of a stolen TIE fighter. databank Morai Morai A convor with a mysterious connection to the Daughter, an ancient god of Mortis, Morai has long followed and watched over Ahsoka Tano. In the world between worlds — a mystical plain inside the Lothal Jedi Temple — Morai encouraged the Padawan Ezra Bridger to save Ahsoka. databank Moralo Eval Moralo Eval Conniving even for Phindian standards, Moralo Eval earned a loathsome reputation as a heartless murderer at a young age. As a boy, he killed his mother, telling authorities he did it because he was “bored.” A lifetime spent as a criminal and a fugitive gave Eval a sharp survival instinct, and he had impressive technical and engineering skills. Life on the run may have also left him deranged; Moralo’s odd mannerisms included talking about himself in the third person. During the Clone Wars, reports surfaced that Moralo was working with Count Dooku, possibly plotting to kidnap Chancellor Palpatine. databank Morley Morley Morley believed in self-preservation. As a serpentine Anacondan eking out a life on the junk planet of Lotho Minor, Morley needed cunning to survive. He would do anything to survive, including cutting a deal with a devilish outcast. When Savage Opress arrived on Lotho Minor, Morley served as his slithering guide through the numerous dangers of the garbage planet, leading the dark warrior to his long-lost brother. databank Moroff Moroff Moroff seeks out combat zones in the galaxy to sell his brawn and firepower to anyone who might need it. Not interested in the details of the Empire versus rebels conflict, the mighty Gigoran mercenary figures there’s money to be made for a towering heavy gunner of great strength. databank Mother Talzin Mother Talzin Mother Talzin, the spiritual guide of Dathomir’s Nightsisters during the Clone Wars, held enormous power on her homeworld and wielded the strange magicks of the Nightsisters. She sold the services of the Nightsisters to the galaxy’s wealthy and powerful, but wasn’t above backstabbing any clients who treated her clan with disrespect. She sought revenge against Count Dooku and his master, Darth Sidious. Dooku had betrayed the Nightsister Asajj Ventr