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Encyclopedia > List of Star Wars races

This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. Sentience is a capacity for basic consciousness—the ability to feel or perceive, not necessarily including the faculty of self-awareness. ... This article is about race as an intraspecies classification. ... A fictional universe is a cohesive imaginary world that serves as the setting or backdrop for one or (more commonly) multiple works of fiction. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ...

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Abyssin

The Abyssin inhabit the planet Byss. They are a nomadic race, often described as "primitive and violent". They stand approximately 2 meters tall and have a humanoid appearance, with long limbs. They also possess a single large eye which dominates their greenish-tan foreheads. All Abyssins have the ability to heal quickly and to regenerate body parts. Traditionally, they believe change is impossible, and rarely stray from their homeworld.[citation needed] Byss is a planet located deep in the Core of the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ...


Aleena

Aleena are small, blue aliens. They possess heads which resemble the head of the dinosaur Parasaurolophus, and are shown sparingly in The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones. They are very small and blue. One of their more prominent members is Jedi Tsui Choi and another being Ratts Tyerell. Orders & Suborders Saurischia Sauropodomorpha Theropoda Ornithischia Thyreophora Ornithopoda Marginocephalia Dinosaurs were vertebrate animals that dominated the terrestrial ecosystem for over 160 million years, first appearing approximately 230 million years ago. ... Species Parks, 1922 Wiman, 1931 Ostrom, 1961 Parasaurolophus [1] is a genus of hadrosaurid dinosaurs, from the Upper Cretaceous (about 76-65 million years ago) of North America. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 film by George Lucas starring Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, and Jake Lloyd. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... Please wikify (format) this article as suggested in the Guide to layout and the Manual of Style. ...


Amanin

These large aliens have long arms and a broad body. Their heads resemble a hooded cobra's head, but with a humanoid face. They prefer to travel in the trees, using their arms to swing among branches, but their shapes also allow them to curl into a ball and roll at incredible speeds. They organize into small tribes that form war parties to fight the other tribes for territory. They do not use technology and prefer to fight with spears and arrows, but they are vicious fighters and are galaxy-renowned for it. Their reputation was even more so after they wiped out an entire stormtrooper division that had set up on their home planet.[citation needed] During and after the rule of the Empire, they sold their POWs into slavery. They are also popular as guards and bodyguards with the criminal elements of the galaxy. The Hutts are the biggest users of their services. An Amanin can be seen briefly in Return of the Jedi. This alien serves as one of Jabba's guards in his palace and can be seen guarding one of Jabba's most prized possessions- Han Solo encased in carbonite. He is yellow with brown/green stripes and carries a long spear. The existence of extraterrestrial life remains hypothetical though human beings continue to search Extraterrestrial life is life that may exist and originate outside the planet Earth, the only place in the Universe known to support life. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Geneva Convention definition A prisoner of war (POW) is a soldier, sailor, airman, or marine who is imprisoned by an enemy power during or immediately after an armed conflict. ... The Hutts are a fictional alien race in the Star Wars universe. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... Carbonite is also a trademark of Carbonite Inc[1], a company that sells online backup services to consumers. ...


Angtars

Angtars are a blue-skinned race with large black eyes. They live on Mimban. They are known for having large egg sacs which they carry on their backs.[citation needed] // M4-78 M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ...


Ansionian

Ansionians are tall and thin. In addition to possessing only one nostril, they have relatively large eyes. The Ansionians hail from the planet of Ansion, and are known to be lovers of peace. Many Ansionians, called Alwari, live in tribal factions on the plains, away from the human settler-created cities. They are relatively nomadic and resent technology and the fact that it has ruined the face of their planet, but not to such an extent so as to cause violence.[1] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ...


Anomid

Anomid are humanoid, with grey hair and silver-blue eyes, and are native to the Yablari system. They communicate largely using their own sign language. Boba Fett impersonated one in Rebel Dawn, part of the Han Solo trilogy of books. They are reportedly one of the more social species in the Star Wars galaxy. Boba Fett (32 BBY) is a popular fictional character in the Star Wars universe, despite having relatively little screen time in the films. ... Summary External links Amazon. ... The cover of The Han Solo Trilogy is a trilogy of science fiction novels set in the Star Wars galaxy 10-0 years BBY. The series serves as a prequel to the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ...


Annoo dat

The Annoo dat is a four eyed, reptilian race hailing from the planet Annoo. The average height for an Annoo dat male is 6 and one half feet, while females are half a foot shorter on average.[citation needed] The Annoo dat tend to have rough, yellow scaled skin, with a small row of spines running down their backs and to the end of their short tails. Annoo dat have four eyes, the upper two red and the lower two are blue. The only Annoo dat to ever be named or shown in expanded universe was the separatist General Ahaar Khorda. He appears in the Zam Wessel comic book, and subsequently dies following a plot to destroy Coruscant. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Anx

The Anx are large saurian aliens from the planet Gravlex Med. They are typically two meters tall and have long, thick tails as well as beard-like facial protuberances which give them a wizened look. Atop their heads are large crests. Famed Anx include the Senators Horox Ryyder and Zo Howler, as well as Jedi Knight Madurrin.[citation needed] // Elom Elom is home to Eloms and the Elomin. ...


Anzati

These aliens appear similar to humans, the only differences being two proboscises and a large piglike nose. Their species is rare, but they can live for hundreds of years. The proboscises can be hidden in their cheeks and are used to suck out a victim's brain matter through their nose. They are capable of mild telepathic control to render their victims paralyzed. The Anzati are assassins of legendary skill. Aurra Sing was trained by these assassins.[citation needed] Their planet of origin has never been verified, as all sent to investigate the planet suspected to be Anzat are never seen again.[citation needed] Two famous Anzati were Dannik Jerriko, who took up residence in Jabba the Hutt's palace just before his death,[citation needed] and the dark Jedi Nikkos Tyris.[citation needed] Jack Ruby murdered the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, in a very public manner. ... Aurra Sing is fictional a bounty hunter that made a brief appearance in Star Wars Episode I. The character, or at least the appearance of model Michonne Bourriague, was so popular with fans that the character was expanded into the Star Wars comics. ...


Aqualish

The most notorious of the Aqualish, Ponda Baba, suffered a severed arm at the hands of Obi-Wan Kenobi during a fight in the Mos Eisley cantina. The species has a reputation for being nasty, crude and aggressive, and generally pursue careers as mercenaries, bounty hunters and pirates. The Aqualish are divided into two different subspecies, the Aquala and the Quara; these subspecies are differentiated by their hand structure (the Aquala have large, finlike hands, while the Quara possess five-fingered hands with clawed digits) and facial appearance (the Aquala have four eyes and bear some resemblance to Earth spiders, while the Quara have two eyes and more closely resemble a walrus).[citation needed] The Aqualish hail from the planet Ando. Their home planet is almost entirely covered by water; the only hospitable land consists of a few rocky outcroppings and swamp-covered islands. The blood of the Aqualish does not cauterize or coagulate from lightsaber wounds, as seen in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. In the Star Wars universe, Ponda Baba was an Aqualish mercenary. ... Obi-Wan Ben Kenobi (57 – 0 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Mos Eisley is a spaceport town on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe. ... Families Suborder Mesothelae     Liphistiidae (primitive burrowing spiders) Suborder Mygalomorphae     Atypidae (atypical tarantula)     Antrodiaetidae (folding trapdoor spider)     Mecicobothriidae (dwarf tarantulas)     Hexathelidae (venomous funnel-web tarantula)     Dipluridae (funnel-web tarantula)     Cyrtaucheniidae (wafer trapdoor spider)     Ctenizidae (trapdoor spider)     Theraphosidae (tarantula) Suborder Araneomorphae     Hypochilidae (lampshade spider)     Filistatidae (crevice weaver)     Sicariidae (recluse spider)     Scytodidae (spitting... Binomial name Odobenus rosmarus (Linnaeus, 1758) Subspecies Walruses (from Dutch: wal meaning shore, and r(e)us meaning giant) are large semi-aquatic mammals that live in the cold Arctic seas of the Northern Hemisphere. ... // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


Arachnor

The Arachnor are large spider-like creatures that hide in giant mushrooms on the planet Arzid. They feed mostly on fungi but are also known to feed on the flesh of living creatures.[citation needed]


Aramandi

The Aramandi are four-armed, four-eyed humanoids from the planet Aram. They jealously guard the Aramand Cluster, within Brak Sector, because they consider it their home territory.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... This is a list of sectors in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Arcona

A strange species, Arcona are reptiles without scales, but have a humanoid body. They have flat, anvil-shaped heads, with clear, marble-like eyes, and skin tone that ranges from mahogany to ebony. The native planet of the Arcona, Cona, is always hot, and has very little water. The atmosphere is filled with ammonia vapor.[citation needed] The Arcona's weaknesses have been exploited in the past; off-worlders used to trade water for mineral rights, but discovered their easy addiction to salt. Traders then imported large amounts of the mineral before communities outlawed the dealings. When the species has become addicted to salt, their eyes turn from green to gold.[2] A well known Arcona was the Jedi Knight Izal Waz.[citation needed]


Arkanian

These aliens are a near-human people with extreme intelligence. They enslaved the Yaka from nearby planets, turning them into cyborgs.[citation needed] Their home planet, Arkania, is not truly their homeworld at all, but was originally a repository for Sith knowledge. One famous Arkanian was the ancient Jedi Master Arca Jeth. Arkanians have three fingers and a thumb on each hand, and can see well into the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum.[citation needed] The Yaka are an ethnic group of Southwestern Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola. ... Arkania is a fictional planet in the Star Wars galaxy A tundra world in the Colonies region, it is covered by diamond pits where miners extract melon-sized gems from the planets crust. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Aruzan

Aruzans, the inhabitants of Aruza, are humanoids with faintly blue skin and dark, nearly black hair. They have the ability to share their memories and emotions with one another by means of cybernetic implants.[citation needed] During the time of Imperial subjugation, the enslaved Aruzans hired the bounty hunter Dengar to assassinate General Kritkeen, who was the planetary commander.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are bounty hunters. ... The following is a list of minor fictional Star Wars characters who are affiliated with the Galactic Empire. ...


Askajian

These aliens appear to be bulky humans and are often dismissed as such. The bulk is actually stored water, a genetic trait acquired from evolving on a desert planet. When needed, the Askajian can draw on this water to survive, in which case they become dramatically thinner as the stored water is used up.[citation needed]


Assembler

The Assembler species is rare and elusive; only one specimen, Kud'ar Mub'at, has ventured off its homeworld, and deals with the galaxy at large. In The Mandalorian Armor, Kud'ar Mub'at and Prince Xizor use Boba Fett in a plot to destroy the Bounty Hunter Guild. Boba Fett's firsthand account of the Assembler homeworld can be found in the Essential Guide to Alien Species. The main Assembler form is a large spider-like creature that is mentally linked to smaller versions of itself. Each "node" as the mini-Assemblers are called, is delegated a specific task that they carry out (ie "lookouts" act similar to cameras, pilots will concentrate on navigating the immense cocoon that an Assembler constructs for its numerous nodes and itself so that they can survive in space). Because of the intelligence given to each node, and the fact that each node can grow up to become a full Assembler, the main Assembler must be wary enough to kill the nodes before they become mature enough to arrange the Assembler's demise directly or indirectly, therefore taking over its place; however, since nodes become more useful as they mature and grow, the main Assembler always faces a dilemma as to when to kill its nodes. It seems probable that this trait is somehow beneficial to the population as a whole, possibly because it ensures that an Assembler is crafty and clever; it would not have become an Assembler or remained an Assembler long if it were not. Kud'ar Mub'at was a node himself and killed his parent in a time "long before Boba Fett was the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy". Kud'ar Mub'at was in turn, overthrown and killed by the node known as Balancesheet. Description As the Rebellion gathers force, Black Sun crime lord Prince Xizor proposes a cunning plan to the Emperor and Darth Vader: smash the power of the Bounty Hunters Guild by turning its members against each other. ... Spoiler warning: Prince Xizor (Shee-zor) is a major villain in the novel Shadows Of The Empire. ... Boba Fett (32 BBY) is a popular fictional character in the Star Wars universe, despite having relatively little screen time in the films. ...


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Balosar

This was a race of near-humans, noted for the retractable antenepalps atop their heads. Native to a planet also known as Balosar, they were generally regarded as shifty cheaters and scoundrels by other races. As a people, the Balosar seemed to be content to allow their homeworld to be overrun by offworld corporations and criminal syndicates, taking bribes and other payments in return for land grants or other rights. The lowest classes of Balosar were paid poorly for their work in sweatshops and factories, despite the best efforts of the Old Republic.[citation needed]


The Balosar Elan Sleazebaggano appears in Episode II 'Attack of the Clones'. He approaches Obi-Wan, and asks Obi if he would like to buy some deathsticks. Obi-Wan quickly turns him away using a Jedi mind trick, convincing him to rethink his life. This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Bando Gora

Shown in the game Star Wars: Bounty Hunter, the Bando Gora are the Star Wars version of the living dead. These souls of ancient warriors were brought back by the dark Jedi, Vosa.


They are found all over the galaxy, but originated on one of the moons of Bogden. These beings appear as dark, humanoid creatures, wrapped in black. They answer only to their master, Vosa. The Bando Gora were the personal army of Vosa, and she used them in crippling attacks on some of the galaxy's top industries. In the end, the Bando Gora, along with Vosa, were destroyed by Jango Fett. Fett was secretly hired by Count Dooku to kill Vosa and the Bando Gora. Dooku wanted to test Fett to see if he had the high ability needed for the Republic clone army.


Barabel

The Barabel are a reptilian species that appears human, save for the scales covering their bodies and a long tail. They are extremely strong and have long pointed teeth. They are one of the most feared aliens in the Star Wars Galaxy. However, they show an immense amount of respect for the Jedi, and seem to value their wisdom above all else. A trio of Barabels accompanied Anakin Solo and a handful of other young Jedi, on a mission to destroy the "Queen" voxyn on a Yuuzhan Vong planet. Two of the Barabel on the mission perished, as did Anakin Solo.[citation needed]


Besalisk

Main article: Besalisk

A race of four-armed humanoids; one, Dexter Jettster, features in Star Wars: Episode II. Besalisks are a sentient species in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Dexter Jettster was the owner of Dexs Diner and an superb explorer in his younger days. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Bimm

The Bimm actually exist as two separate species. The member of the first species are peaceful humanoids natives from planet Bimmisaari. They are fond of the color yellow, and often clad themselves in garb of this color. The second species is short and covered in fur with floppy-ears. The two species live side by side on the same planet, and refer to all members native to the planet as Bimms.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Bith

Bith are native to the planet Clak'Dor VII. They have pale skin, large heads and eyes, and long fingers. Their ears are capable of hearing frequencies far beyond those that most species can perceive. In some cases, Bith have been known to hear high-powered communication broadcast signals without using artificial equipment. Due to their highly tuned audio senses, Bith are often sought after as musicians across the galaxy. Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes are a Bith band seen playing music in the Mos Eisley Cantina in A New Hope. Bith are also able to store large amounts of information in a very short period of time and retain that information in an undamaged binary state for short periods of time. They are considered mature at ten years of age.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Figrin Dan and the Modal Nodes is a Jizz Band from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Mos Eisley is a spaceport town on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


Blood Carver

Blood Carvers are thin humanoids with three joined arms and legs. Their nose is two separate flaps that contain both the sense of smell and of hearing.[citation needed]


B'omarr monks

The B'omarr are not actually a race; rather they were an order of monks whose monastery eventually became Jabba's Palace. They believe that cutting themselves off from civilization and all corporeal distractions leads to enlightenment and to that end undergo surgery to separate their brains from their bodies and continue their existence as a brain in a jar. On the rare occasions when they need to move, they are able to use a spider-like walking apparatus. It should be noted that the B'omarr were still in Jabba's Palace at the time it appears in Return of the Jedi, and indeed, as Luke Skywalker enters Jabba's palace, a spiderwalker can be seen. The monks inhabit the lower part of the palace and allow the various smugglers and crime lords like Jabba to use the upper levels, as long as they add another section to the lower levels for use by the B'omarr. The infamous Bib Fortuna himself eventually (unwillingly) became a monk, as he had sought power through the monks' teachings.[citation needed] A monk is a person who practices asceticism, the conditioning of mind and body in favor of the spirit. ... Monastery of St. ... Jabbas palace is a geographical location from the Star Wars fictional universe. ... For other uses, see Enlightenment. ... Comparative brain sizes In animals, the brain, or encephalon (Greek for in the head), is the control center of the central nervous system. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ...


Bothan

In Star Wars Galaxies, Bothans are represented as being doglike in appearance, and specialize in the use of silenced weapons such as needler carbines and bladed weapons.[citation needed]Mon Mothma: "Many Bothans died to bring us this information." To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This is a list of minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are part of the Rebel Alliance. ...


Bouncer

Bouncers are furry green floating orbs with tails that live on the planet Ruusan.[citation needed]


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Caamasi

The Caamasi are a species of golden-furred humanoids known for their calm wisdom and pacifist nature. Strongly loyal to the Old Republic, many Caamasi died when their homeworld of Caamas was devastated by the Galactic Empire.[citation needed] The Galactic Republic is the name of the interplanetary government used in the fictional Star Wars universe prior to the establishment of the Galactic Empire. ... // Caamas Main article: Caamas Caamas is a toxic planet in the Cirius System that was formerly a highly populated habitable world, until the Empire bombarded it shortly after the Clone Wars, killing nearly all the inhabitants of the planet. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ...


Cathar

The Cathar are cat-like humanoids from the planet Cathar. Famous Cathar are the Jedi Juhani and Crado, a pupil of the ancient Jedi Master Vodo Siosk-Baas. The Cathar are also known for their loyalty, passion, and temper.[citation needed] The following are lists of fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Celegian

The Celegians are a species of intelligent scyphozoans native to Celegia, appearing as floating brains trailing a cluster of prehensile tentacles. The species renowned for their wisdom and intellect, and they often travel far seeking to expand their knowledge.


Celegians evolved from ocean-dwelling ancestors, and developed a natural form of levitation similar to an organic repulsorlift generator. Their homeworld has a cyanogen atmosphere, which is lethal to most species but necessary for the Celegains, for whom oxygen is toxic. Because of this, when they travel offworld, they are normally encased in a chamber filled with cyanogen; this causes them appear as if afloat in a watery brine. Because of their fragile form and life support requirements, they are rarely encountered.[3] A repulsorlift is an anti-gravity technology in the fictional Star Wars universe, capable of levitating any object to which it is applied. ... Cyanogen is a chemical compound (CN)2. ... Saturns atmosphere is made up of hydorgen, helium and methane ... General Name, Symbol, Number oxygen, O, 8 Chemical series Nonmetals, chalcogens Group, Period, Block 16, 2, p Appearance colorless Atomic mass 15. ... Brine is water saturated or nearly saturated with salt. ...


Cerean

Cereans are a species with long cone-like heads that hail from the planet Cerea. One example is Jedi Master Ki-Adi-Mundi. They have a very low number of males compared to females, therefore Master Mundi was allowed to have one bond wife and several honor wives even though he was a Jedi. Cereans sport binary brains within their large heads, and generally have quick reflexes.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... This article or section should include material from Jedi Sentinel —The Jedi Code — Obi-Wan Kenobi The Jedi Knights are a fictional brotherhood and organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... Ki-Adi-Mundi (92 - 19 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ...


Chadra-Fan

The Chadra-Fan are short, furry humanoids with bat-like faces. They live in the swamps and marshes of their native planet Chad. They are renowned for their weak strength, emphasised by the saying 'You punch like a Chadra-Fan.'[citation needed]


Chagrian

Chagrians are blue skinned humanoids with horns and lethorns. One example is Mas Amedda, who is the Speaker of the Galactic Senate.[citation needed] Mas Amedda is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ...


Chazrach

The Chazrach are a short, stocky, reptilian humanoid race with snubbed snouts that serve the Yuuzhan Vong as slave soldiers. They are also called "reptoids" by the inhabitants of the galaxy. They are one of the few species other than the Yuuzhan Vong that are not native to the galaxy. They were formerly a free people enslaved during the Yuuzhan Vong's plundering of their own galaxy.[citation needed] The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ...


For thousands of years, the Chazrach served the Yuuzhan Vong as expendable support troops to overwhelm enemy forces. Bred in large numbers, the Chazrach had coral seeds implanted into them to ensure obedience. A pair of dome-like calcifications protruded from the forehead of each Chazrach, a sign of the coral implants that control the drones. When these calcifications were removed the Chazrach regained limited levels of their intelligence and could be valuable sources of information.[citation needed] The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ...


Any form of intelligence and initiative that was possessed by the base species vanished over the generations of genetic tampering by the Shapers. This flaw, combined with their small, stocky statures made them incapable of mastering the use of the standard Amphistaff used by the Warrior Caste as a whip. The reptoids instead use the inflexible Coufee since the double-edged knife is much more suited to their body form and an inferior breed of the Amphistaff. A few Chazrach served the Yuuzhan Vong so well over the generations that they were permitted to join the Warrior Caste at its most basic levels.[citation needed] The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... Yuuzhan Vong technology is biotechnology employed by the Yuuzhan Vong, aliens in the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... Yuuzhan Vong technology is biotechnology employed by the Yuuzhan Vong, aliens in the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ...


Chiss

Main article: Chiss

The Chiss are a near-human race, with the only notable differences being that they are blue skinned and have red, glowing eyes. The Chiss are from the planet Csilla located in the area previously known as the Unknown Regions. The Chiss are known (by the few that know of them) for their advanced navy and tactical skills. A famous Chiss was Grand Admiral Thrawn. The Chiss have developed many unique technologies, such as their hyperdrive analog. The analog works by allowing a ship to jump to a pre-established point in Chiss space. However, to jump outside of their own territories, a flagship with a beacon onboard must accompany a ship or fleet. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Chiss are a humanoid species with pale blue skin, blue-black hair and glowing red eyes. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Grand Admiral Thrawn is a fictional character from the Star Wars galaxy. ...


Chistori

The Chistori are a lizard-type humanoid race. They resemble biped lizards with a prominent muzzle, an impressive line of teeth, and thick scales. Few things are known in connection with the reptilians known as the Chistori because they are a secretive race. Even the Jedi Files do not know their native world. Due to their reptilian nature, they are cold blooded. If a Chistori is exposed to cold temperatures for a prolonged period of time they will undoubtedly die. One example of a Chistori would be Desann.[citation needed] Skywalker, Luuke The clone of Luke Skywalker, created by Joruus CBaoth to turn Skywalker to the Dark side; instead Luuke provided the means by which Mara Jade could finally let go of her anger, and join the Light side. ...


Clawdite

Clawdites are a genetic offspring from Zolanders, the dominant species on planet Zolan. When Zolanders discovered that their sun had increased its radioactive emissions, they tried to unleash a gene in the Zolander skin cells to activate natural protection against radiation. The results created a new species, Clawdites, which were metamorphs. Clawdites can change their appearance, if keeping body mass as a constant and not retaining the same aspect for a long time. Zolanders ostracized Clawdites and they had many civil wars, but in the end, Clawdites subjugated Zolanders.[citation needed]Zam Wesell, the bounty hunter working with Jango Fett on Coruscant in Attack of the Clones, is the only known example of a Clawdite in the Star Wars movies. This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Shapeshifting, transformation or transmogrification refers to a change in the form or shape of a person. ... Zam Wesell (52 - 22 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe, played by Leeanna Walsman. ... Jango Fett (66 – 22 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe whose first cinematic appearance was in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, where he was played by Temuera Morrison. ... Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Codru-Ji

Codru-Ji are four-armed humanoids with pointed ears who, while not xenophobic in the typical sense, have not yet integrated themselves into galactic society. They guard their society and their young with equal ferocity, which can be surprising since an immature Codru-Ji appears almost nothing like a mature Codru-Ji, and in fact can be mistaken for a pet. Immature Codru-Ji, also known as Wyrwulf, are small, six-limbed creatures who enter a chrysalis phase in puberty and emerge a mature Codru-Ji.[citation needed]


Coway

The Coway are a fur-covered humanoid species that are native to the planet Mimban, of the Circarpous Major System. Coways live deep underground, and have a strong aversion to surface-dwellers. Coways have small eyes, but are able to see in the dark due to their infrared vision. Additionally, they are able to eat foods normally poisonous to humans because of their more tolerant digestive system. They wear simple, primitive clothing. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... This is a list of the planetary systems and star systems in the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... Image of a small dog taken in mid-infrared (thermal) light (false color) Infrared (IR) radiation is electromagnetic radiation of a wavelength longer than that of visible light, but shorter than that of radio waves. ...


The underground world of the Coway can be reached through deep shafts known as Thrella Shafts (named after the Thrella, an extinct species known for their numerous underground tunnels and wells). Often these have side-tunnels that lead to Coway dwellings. The Coways' government consists of three members who make decisions.[citation needed] This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


Croke

They are very small, enough to be held in a person's hand. They also have a reputation for being unpleasant and evil. They are snail-like creatures, and range from 4 inches to 5 inches (100 to 130 mm) in height although occasionally a Croke will be 6 inches (150 mm) tall. They also vary greatly in weight from 5 oz to 32 oz (140 g to 910 g). Average weight for a Croke is 10 oz (280 g). They have natural powers of illusion and shapeshifting. Homeworld is Crakull.[citation needed]


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Dandilion Warrior

Dandilion warriors are blue tribal aliens with the power to shoot quills from their heads.[citation needed]


Dantari

Dantari are a race of hard skinned humanoids. They hail from the planet of Dantooine, and are relatively primitive. During a short Imperial inhabitation of the planet during Star Wars: Episode IV after Leia revealed the location of an abandoned Rebel base to Grand Moff Tarkin, the Dantari saw these technologically-supreme beings as gods, and have since tattooed themselves with pictures of AT-ATs, stormtrooper helmets, and, for the bravest of Dantari, full-body depictions of stormtrooper armor.[citation needed] The All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT), also called the Imperial Walker, was a major part of the Galactic Empires army in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Dashade

Dashades are tall, humanoid reptiles with dark skin. They are powerful warriors and assassins, and they are not affected by the powers of the Force. Their planet, Urkupp, was destroyed in a supernova caused during the Great Sith War, killing all of the Dashades on the planet. The most famous remaining Dashade is Ket Maliss, an assassin for Black Sun who was cryogenically frozen when his boss discovered that only a few Dashades remained. But he is not the last of his species. New Republic historians have found evidence that Dashade mercenaries may have been employed during the great purge of the Jedi order that accompanied the rise of the Galactic Empire. And perhaps Dashade colonies still exist, founded before the destruction of Urkupp, still waiting to be discovered.[citation needed] Jack Ruby murdered the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, in a very public manner. ... The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Tales of the Jedi is a series of comic books that are part of the Expanded Universe of Star Wars. ... Black Sun can refer to: Black Sun (book by Abbey) Black Sun (book by Goodrick-Clarke) Black Sun (film) Black Sun (album) Black Sun (Star Wars) The Black Sun, Cyric, a god in the Forgotten Realms setting Black Sun is a virtual nightclub in the novel Snow Crash by Neal... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ...


Defel

The Defel (colloquially known as Wraiths) are barely visible beings who appear to most other species as shadows, re-enforcing the misconception that they are chameleon-like beings or "living shadows". Typically, they are employed as mercenaries or guards. They are from a large, high-gravity, seldom-visited world orbiting the ultraviolet supergiant Ka'Dedus. Af'El has no ozone layer and ultraviolet light passes freely to the surface, while other light wavelengths are blocked by the heavy gases in the planet's atmosphere. Thus, all life forms on Af'El can only see in ultraviolet light ranges, and are blind to other wavelengths of light. Often called "wraiths," their bodies absorb visible light, giving them the appearance of shadows. The Defel live in underground cities to escape Af'El's violent storms. A main export of the planet is the metal meleenium (used in durasteel), which is only known to exist on Af'El.[citation needed] A colloquialism is an expression not used in formal speech or writing. ... Genera Bradypodion Calumma Chamaeleo Furcifer Brookesia Rhampholeon Chameleons (family Chamaeleonidae) are squamates that belong to one of the best known lizard families. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Durasteel is one of the less common alloys in the Star Wars galaxy. ...


A noted Defel representative of the Star Wars films is Arleil Schous, seen with glowing red eyes in the Mos Eisley cantina of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


In ultraviolet light, they appear as short, muscular lupine humanoids with thick fur and unusual, three-jointed fingers. They live underground on the planet Af'El, mining the various metals in the planet's crust and outer core. They can see equally well in normal and ultraviolet lighting, and their eyes appear to glow red in normal light.[citation needed]


Devaronian

Devaronians are a horned humanoid species from the world of Devaron in the Expansion Region, a planet of low mountains and deep valleys linked by thousands of rivers. It is believed that they are descended from a race of primates that lived in the mountains of Devaron, and that their horns were a genetic mutation that proved useful in fending off predatory birds.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


The Devaronians are one of the unique races in the galaxy, as their male and female sexes are so vastly different in appearance and temperament. The males are docile, non-aggressive creatures, hairless, with red-tinted skin and a pair of large horns growing from their heads. They take great pride in their horns, and groom them quite regularly. Female Devaronians are covered in thick calico fur that ranges in color from brown to white and are hornless. They are aggressive by nature, and tend to dominate their culture. In addition, the teeth of the males are all incisors, but the females also have molars and prominent canines.[citation needed] Calico can refer to: Calico (fabric) A cheap fabric Calico (fish) A domesticated goldfish Calico (band) An eclectic folk-rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. ... Incisors are the first kind of tooth in heterodont mammals. ... A molar is the fourth kind of tooth in mammals. ...


Devaronians were one of the first species in the galaxy to develop interstellar travel, and the males of the species have been common sights in spaceports throughout the galaxy for thousands of years. Devaronian males are driven by an urge to wander, usually taking the first opportunity to move on from one place to another. As such, they are often found traveling the galaxy as tramp freighter captains and scouts. Female Devaronians, on the other hand, are content to remain in a single location, and, as such, raise the young and run the government of Devaron. The males send as much money as they can manage back to their home world to support their families, but otherwise hardly ever return once they have begun to travel the stars. The females are content with this arrangement, as they tend to view the restless males as disruptive to home life. [citation needed] Interstellar space travel is unmanned or manned travel between stars, though the term usually denotes the latter. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ...


One Devaronian, Kardue'sai'Malloc, going by the name of Labria, was seen in the cantina scene of A New Hope. He has one of the galaxy's highest bounties for his deadly criminal activity.[citation needed] This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


Drach'nam

Drach'nam appear in the short story "Jade Solitare" in the compilation Tales of The New Republic. They are a very brutal and violent race employing neuronic whips (a whip with a conductive lash which sends hundreds of volts through the victim's body), and long (15") serrated knives. Their home planet is very diverse on the surface ranging from very hot to extremely cold. The planet rotates extremely slowly - one day is about two hundred earth years - so as a result all of the Drach'nam cities are dark and dank tunnels underground.


The only famous Drach'nam is Chay Praysh who is famous for employing female slaves in his palace (Mara Jade once became a slave to his brutal reigime to rescue Ja Bardrins daughter Sansia).


Draethos

Draethos are a blue-skinned, humanoid species with large teeth, which dwell outside of their mouths, from the planet Draethos. The most notable Draethos is Odan-Urr.[citation needed] The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Drall

Drall are short, squat and stocky bipeds, little more than a meter tall. They are covered with short, thick and dark fur. They have short limbs with clawed and fur-covered hands and feet. Drall are a dignified, self-confident species and are known to be quite level-headed. They primarily live on the planet of Drall, but also inhabit other planets of the Corellian system.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Corellia is a fictional planet in the Expanded Universe of Star Wars. ...


One notable Drall is Ebrihim, who was a tutor to Han and Leia's children on a visit to Corellia. Ebrihim also had an aunt, the Duchess of Mastigophorous, who lived on an estate on Drall.[citation needed] Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... Her Royal Highness, Princess Leia Organa of Alderaan (born in 19 BBY), born Leia Amidala Skywalker, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Aiden Barton in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, actress Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Episodes IV-VI, and by Ann... Corellia is a fictional planet in the Expanded Universe of Star Wars. ...


Dug

Dugs are slender, powerfully built beings with a somewhat humanoid build and a unique method of walking. Their strong arms are used as legs, and their lower limbs are used as arms. Dugs have smooth skin, which hangs loose around their necks, fin-like ears, and pronounced snouts. Dugs are known for their ill-tempered demeanor, and many are little more than bullying thugs. Diminutive Dugs often feel the need to throw around their strength in bids to establish dominance. One of the best-known Dugs is Sebulba, a Podracing champion from Pixelito on Malastare.[citation needed] Sebulba is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


They are also shown in Star Wars: Bounty Hunter as an enemy on the planet Malastere. Dugs have been known to be greedy, and are most of the time looking for a deal on any product.


In Attack of the Clones A Dug is seen in one of the airspeeders during the speeder chase sequence, and another is seen in Dexter's diner. Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Dulok

Duloks live on the forest moon of Endor, along with the Ewoks, Goraxes, Yuzzums and Teeks. The Duloks and Ewoks are believed to be related species.[citation needed]


Duros

Duros are said to be among the first spacefaring humanoid species, including humans. They are known for their superior astronavigational skills. Their homeworld is Duro which is in the galactic core. Two Duros can be seen in the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The Duros have also appeared in a few Star Wars games such as: Knights of the Old Republic and Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. Celestial Navigation is the 15th episode of The West Wing. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (KOTOR II) is an RPG video game for the PC and the Microsoft Xbox. ...


Duros are related to the Neimodians, the aliens in charge of the Trade Federation in the prequel films, because many years before the Republic, the Duros colonized the planet Neimoidia, and thus the Neimoidians, a newer "version" of Duros, were born. The Duros consider the Neimoidians to be cowardly and take offense at being mistaken by other beings for a Neimoidian. Duros are also known for their great story-telling skills because of the many places that they have visited during their travels throughout the galaxy. [4] This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ...


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Echani

The Echani are a mysterious fictional race of well taught fighters from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. The last 5 Echani Handmaiden sisters reside with Jedi Master Atris at her academy at the polar ice cap on Telos. The Echani are trained to construct barriers in their minds in order to resist force based powers. They are also trained in hand-to-hand combat. The Echani maidens were often used to hunt down rogue Jedi and subdue them for the Order. They look human, but have silver hair and often share the same facial features as their mother, meaning maternal sisters often look exactly alike. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (KOTOR II) is an RPG video game for the PC and the Microsoft Xbox. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... -Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Telos is a fictional planet in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... Mêlée generally refers to disorganized hand-to-hand combat involving a group of fighters. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ...


The most notable of the Echani was Brianna, the last of Atris' Handmaidens. She served with her Mistress on Telos until the Jedi Exile arrived. After speaking with the Exile, she stowed away on board his ship, the Ebon Hawk. Eventually, it is revealed that her mother was a Jedi Knight and she herself starts on the path of the Jedi. This fact is the reason that Brianna looks different from her sisters - she does not share the same mother. This story depended on the player of the game choosing a male character. If the player chose a female character, the above story would not occur as so. The Jedi Exile (canonical name: unknown) (also called the General by Bao-Dur) is the main character in the PC/Xbox videogame title Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The Ebon Hawk (circa 3,956 BBY-?) is a spaceship in the Star Wars Expanded Universe video game series Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


It is known the Echani held a traditional rivalry with the Mandalorians, who they viewed as bloodthirsty savages.


A version of the Echani style of unarmed combat is taught to members of Palpatine's Imperial Guard. This style has been adapted to be more brutal and efficient and less flashy.


Elom

Native to the planet Elom, members of this species are short and stocky, and are covered with thick, oily hair. They have two tusks covering the opening of their mouth, and have two small eyes set on a pair of stalks protruding from either side of their head. In addition, they are herbivores.[citation needed] // Elom Elom is home to Eloms and the Elomin. ...


Eloms originally developed on the surface of the planet Elom, but were forced to move underground when water became scarce. Since then, they have remained isolated from the rest of the galaxy, with many Eloms continuing to retreat further underground.[citation needed]


There is another intelligent species on the planet, the Elomin. Both species were divided and each thought the other one was extinct. When the Elomin re-discovered Eloms, they tried to make the Republic believe that Eloms were only unintelligent animals, but the truth was discovered and Eloms were granted rights. However, Eloms seem not to be interested in politics and still live in burrows.[citation needed]


Elomin

The Elomin are tall, thin humanoids with pointed ears and four horns. They live on the surface of the planet Elom. As a society, the Elomin strove to find order in all things, and worked to create order where it didn't exist. So when they discovered that another species, the Eloms, shared the same planet with them, most Elomin refused to acknowledge that their underground brethren even existed. // Elom Elom is home to Eloms and the Elomin. ...


When Emperor Palpatine rose to power, the Elomin were enslaved and were forced to mine lommite. Some Eloms learned of this and deliberately caused "mining accidents" in order to free a number of Elomin.[citation needed] Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ...


Ewok

Main article: Ewok

Ewoks are a primitive tribal species from the Forest Moon of Endor. They are small, covered with fur, and appear to be distantly related to Wookiees. The Ewoks are best known for their aid to the Rebel mission to remove the shield protecting the Second Death Star Known as the battle of Endor. While peaceful by nature, they are extremely territorial and have been known to fight ferociously in protection of their society. In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ... In the fictional universe of Star Wars, the forest moon of Endor, also known as Sanctuary Moon, is a moon which is home to the Ewoks and above which the second Death Star was constructed in Return of the Jedi. ... A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... The Death Star is a moon-sized planetoid military space station in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Evocii

The Evocii are a primitive humanoid race from Nal Hutta, formerly Evocar. When the Hutts arrived on Evocar, the Evocii were amazed by the technology these large, fat slug-like aliens brought with them and began swapping areas of their own home world for the technology that the Hutts had. Soon they realized that the Hutts owned almost their entire world. Then the Hutts began treating the Evocii like slaves. The Evocii appealed to the Old Republic for help but unfortunately, the laws of the Republic favored the Hutts. The Hutts then brutally relocated the Evocii to Evocar's fifth and largest moon Nar Shaddaa where they were used as slaves to build Nar Shaddaa into a spaceport moon. Most of the Evocii eventually died from the various technologies practiced on that moon while the very few survivors mutated into savages.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... This is a list of moons in the fictional Star Wars saga. ...


The ancient history of the Evocii tells that their people revered a holy stone, known as the Uransien. Supposedly this spherical stone watched over the people, and as long as it rested peacefully within the Evocii capital, the people enjoyed good health and prosperity. After the Hutts invaded, however, the Uransien was lost. This may have been a factor in the speed of the Evocii's despair.


In the late years of the deportation, a small group of Evocii stole a Hutt starship and managed to escape the system. Not particularly adept with space travel the small band of Evocii crash landed on a heavily forested planet several days later. These few established a hidden community on their new homeworld, which flourished through many millennia, protected by the giant trees surrounding it. They called their home Gros'avinath, or "Big Tree."[citation needed]


Though it took almost twenty-five thousand years, the quiet Evocii village began to dwindle despite the life abounding in the lush forest. Most believed their term of existence was drawing to a close and that the absence of the sacred rock had finally begun to manifest. One among these believers was the spiritual guide Gothar Marath. He had long been a student of the forces of nature as well as the history of his people. Many of his brethren revered him and the supernatural powers he possessed.


There was little debate that Gothar should leave his home when the opportunity arose. Several of the village hunters returned from their night patrol in the forest with a group of strangers. Among them were Abu-Tai and Uri-Kai, two Jedi Knights, Arem-Ta, a rough-hewn freighter pilot, and Meela'lin, a blue-skinned Twi'lek. It was in this company that Gothar was able to leave the planet and seek out the Uransien, hoping to save his people.[citation needed]


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Falleen

The Falleen are a scaled, cold-blooded, reptilian humanoid species with pigmentation that varies with mood, known to be as long lived as the Hutts (the Falleen have an average lifespan of 250 Standard Years) who inhabit and originate from the planet Falleen. They are capable of exuding pheromones that make all but the most determined of humanoids of opposite sex become strongly attracted to them, in addition to their intrinsic beauty and symmetry. They also possess considerable physical prowess and the ability to hold their breath for prolonged periods, both thanks to their reptilian heritage.[citation needed] The most well known Falleen is Prince Xizor, the head of the criminal organization Black Sun during the late Galactic Empire. Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ... The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ... This article is about minor villains in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Black Sun can refer to: Black Sun (book by Abbey) Black Sun (book by Goodrick-Clarke) Black Sun (film) Black Sun (album) Black Sun (Star Wars) The Black Sun, Cyric, a god in the Forgotten Realms setting Black Sun is a virtual nightclub in the novel Snow Crash by Neal... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ...


Their reserve, and cultural snobbery, has led to the Falleen adopting an isolationist stance, protecting their feudal social structures and culture; their natural secretive tendencies were only reinforced by a tragic accident: 6 BBY, an Imperial bioweapons laboratory located in a major Falleen city, which was a personal project of Darth Vader, suffered a leak of an advanced, highly virulent, flesh-eating microorganism into the city- to stop the plague from spreading, Darth Vader commanded that Order Base-Delta-Zero be executed on the city and its environs, or in other words, massive orbital bombardment meant to destroy all vectors for the organism, and the micro-organism itself. This led to the death of 200,000 Falleen, among which were all of Xizor's relatives (a probable explanation for his vendetta against Darth Vader).[citation needed] In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ...


Far-Outsiders

The Far Outsiders is the cryptic code-name given by the Chiss who inhabit the edges of the galaxy, for the extra-galactic alien force that began assailing the Unknown Regions in the years during the Galactic Civil War. They are probably the Yuuzhan Vong, who launched a siege on the galaxy from 25-30 ABY. The name "Far-Outsiders" is also used by the inhabitants of Zonama Sekot to describe the invaders that attacked their planet. The Far Outsiders are referred to in the singular, but the Chiss named "Stent" once told Mara Jade that there were "a hundred different threats out there that would freeze your blood if you knew about them. The ruling families can't stop them; neither can any power in the region.", suggesting that the term "The Far Outsiders" may be refer not to simply an invader, like the Yuuzhan Vong, but rather multiple invaders, all lumped together.[5] In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Chiss are a humanoid species with pale blue skin, blue-black hair and glowing red eyes. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... The Galactic Civil War (19 BBY - 19 ABY) is a fictional war from the Star Wars galaxy, beginning with Revenge of the Sith and continuing through the original trilogy of films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, as well as several novels, comics, and... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) reckoned at the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ... // Wayland Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire novel. ... Mara Jade Skywalker (b. ...


Feeorin

Nym the Pirate from various Star Wars computer games (including the MMORPG "Star Wars Galaxies") was a Feeorin. It is said that Feeorins only grow stronger with age. There is not much detail available about this particular species beyond the character of Nym.[citation needed] Nym may refer to: -onym, an English affix Nym server, a pseudonym server which provides untraceable email addresses Nym, an alien character in Star Wars Nym (Wheel of Time), a race of giant plants in The Wheel of Time fantasy book series This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid...


Ferroans

Not a well known species, the only reference is in Force Heretic 1-3. Icy blue skin, whiteish hair, lives on Zonama Sekot (the one living planet, located in the unknown regions it comes to help the Rebels and Imperials fight off the Yuuzhan Vong species), they have the planet build them houses made of a fleshy substance called habitats. They are reluctant to join the Rebels but Zonama helps them to decide.


Fosh

The Fosh are a sentient avian species, able to fly at will. They are first mentioned in the Star Wars: The New Jedi Order series. The only Fosh mentioned in all the Star Wars books was the Jedi Knight Vergere. The word Avian can refer to different things: .. Most commonly it is used referring to the class of animals named birds. Avians are a fantasy race in several fantasy settings. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... The characters from The New Jedi Order series, based on NJO book covers. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ...


The Fosh, as a species, never had a large population on their planet, preventing them from becoming an influential race, as humans are in the Star Wars universe. The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ...


Fosh females have supernaturally developed tear ducts, used for mating purposes on their homeworld. The Jedi Vergere, with the aid of the Force, can further alter her tears to secrete anything from an extremely potent anesthetic, to a powerful antidote such as the one that cured Mara Jade Skywalker after she was infected with a deadly Yuuzhan Vong disease.[6]


Frozian

The Frozian are a species of sentient felines, hailing from the planet Froz. Their most distinctive characteristics are their triple-jointed hands, their double-jointed legs, and their infertility off of their homeworld. Subfamilies Felinae Pantherinae Acinonychinae Machairodontinae (extinct) All cats are members of the family Felidae. ... Infertility is the inability to naturally conceive a child or the inability to carry a pregnancy to term. ...


Following the decimation of their planet by the Empire, the species started plummeting towards extinction. It has been rumored that underground scientists have been trying to create an artificial environment for them to save their species and allow mating to begin again.[citation needed] In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... In biology and ecology, extinction is the ceasing of existence of a species or group of taxa. ... In biology, a species is one of the basic units of biodiversity. ... Elephants Mating Tortoises mating Sevenspotted Lady Beetle mating In biology, mating is the pairing of opposite-sex or hermaphroditic internal fertilization animals for copulation and insemination and, in social animals, also to raise their offspring. ...


Frozarns

Frozarns are pink humanoids with green eyes and tough armor. They live on Mimban.[citation needed]


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Gado

Gados are tall, thin, furry sapients with long limbs and a worm-like head. Most of a Gado's inner organs are stretched out in ribbons that run throughout their body; thus, any injury can be life-threatening to a Gado. Gados are native to the planet of Abregado-rae. They formerly spoke a language called Gados, but now mostly speak Basic.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ...


Gamorrean

Gamorreans are large smelly creatures of little intelligence that are often hired as guards. The crime boss Jabba the Hutt was fond of hiring them because they were so inexpensive. On their home planet Gamorreans exist in a sort of tribal political system dominated by the female sows.[citation needed] Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


Physically, Gamorreans appear in Return of the Jedi as greenish, slimy creatures (and apparently smelly). They can be best described closest to pigs with their mouths and grunting kind of language. They are stocky, and very muscular, making them excellent melee/hand to hand fighters. They wear little clothing, consisting usually of a loincloth and primitive armor. Gamorreans generally resemble many fantasy depictions of Orcs, particularly those popularized by the Warhammer games. Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... This article is about the mythical demon, for King Canutes steward of England see Orc (steward). ... Warhammer Battle miniatures - Dwarves, Gotrek & Felix Warhammer or Warhammer Fantasy is a fantasy setting created by Games Workshop, in which many games of that company are set, the best known ones being the Warhammer Fantasy Battles wargame, and the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay role-playing game. ...


Because of their physical characteristics and low intelligence, Gamorreans away from their home planet are usually employed as mercenary fighters, guards, or heavy laborers. One notable exception to this was the Wraith Squadron pilot Voort "Piggy" saBinring, who was biochemically altered by the Binring Corporation to bring his attention span and intelligence more in line with human levels.[citation needed] A mercenary is a soldier who fights, or engages in warfare primarily for private gain, usually with little regard for ideological, national or political considerations. ... Wraith Squadron is a fictional elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Wraith Squadron is a fictional elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Most do not like to use blasters, instead prefer to use hand-to-hand weapons such as clubs and axes and are quite fond of vibro-blades and vibro-axes. They appear in Star Wars Battlefront II, where these vibro weapons are utilised to great effect. One hit will kill even a Jedi. Star Wars: Battlefront II is a video game set to be released in November of 2005 for PC, Xbox, PSP, and PlayStation 2. ...


Gand

Gands are insectoids who evolved in the planet Gand. There are two main sub-species of Gands: those with lungs, and those without. Gands with lungs are adapted to Gand's ammonia-rich atmosphere, but they are poisoned by oxygen and must use a special breathing gear if they want to leave Gand. Gands without lungs have special regeneration properties.[citation needed] Orders Subclass Apterygota Symphypleona - globular springtails Subclass Archaeognatha (jumping bristletails) Subclass Dicondylia Monura - extinct Thysanura (common bristletails) Subclass Pterygota Diaphanopteroidea - extinct Palaeodictyoptera - extinct Megasecoptera - extinct Archodonata - extinct Ephemeroptera (mayflies) Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) Infraclass Neoptera Blattodea (cockroaches) Mantodea (mantids) Isoptera (termites) Zoraptera Grylloblattodea Dermaptera (earwigs) Plecoptera (stoneflies) Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets... // Elom Elom is home to Eloms and the Elomin. ... Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH3. ... Atmosphere is the general name for a layer of gases that may surround a material body of sufficient mass. ... General Name, Symbol, Number oxygen, O, 8 Chemical series Nonmetals, chalcogens Group, Period, Block 16, 2, p Appearance colorless Atomic mass 15. ...


Gands are not allowed to use names if they have never achieved anything. A young or underachiever Gand talks about himself or herself in third person and calling himself "Gand". If such a Gand achieves something notable, he can use his family's surname, but will still use the third person. A second, more impressive feat allows the heroic Gand to choose a first name for himself. Only the best-known Gands are allowed to use the first person, and only after their aptitude has been audited by jury. However, should a Gand be ashamed of his deeds, he would "reduce" his name when talking about himself. Gands live in a totalitarian monarchy.[citation needed] A name is a label for a thing, person, place, product (as in a brand name), and even an idea or concept, normally used to distinguish one from another. ... Grammatical person, in linguistics, is used for the grammatical categories a language uses to describe the relationship between the speaker and the persons or things she is talking about. ... A family name, or surname, is that part of a persons name that indicates to what family he or she belongs. ... ... A jury is a sworn body of persons convened to render a rational, impartial verdict and a finding of fact on a legal question officially submitted to them, or to set a penalty or judgment in a jury trial of a court of law. ... Places where monarchies maintain rule appear in blue. ...


Many Gands choose a strange profession, the findsman. A findsman is a shaman as well as a police officer. The findsman will interpret the shapes of gases and make prophecies, usually about fugitives. Then, the findsman in person will track the fugitive to bring him to justice. During the reign of the Empire, some findsmen became bounty hunters. The shaman is an intellectual and spiritual figure who is regarded as possessing power and influence on other peoples in the tribe and performs several functions, primarily that of a healer ( medicine man). The shaman provides medical care, and serves other community needs during crisis times, via supernatural means (means... A police officer is a person who works for a police force. ... Prophecy, in a broad sense, is the prediction of future events. ... A fugitive is a person who is fleeing from custody, whether it be from a government arrest, government or non-government questioning, vigilante violence, or outraged private individuals. ... A bounty hunter is an individual who seeks out fugitives (hunting) for a monetary reward (bounty), for apprehending by law, if such laws exist. ...


One of the best-known Gands is Zuckuss, who was a bounty hunter employed by Darth Vader to hunt down Han Solo, and was at one time the assistant to Bossk. Another well known Gand is Ooryl Qrygg, a pilot in Rogue Squadron, and a very good friend of Corran Horn. Ooryl did not have lungs and therefore did not need a mask for normal oxygen environments. He became so honored among Gands that he was given the honor of referring to himself in the first person.[citation needed] This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are bounty hunters. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ... Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are bounty hunters. ... This is a list of minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are part of the Rebel Alliance. ... The Rogue Squadron crest Rogue Squadron is an elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Gerb

Gerbs are a race of hunchbacked aliens. They live on the thirteenth moon of Yavin.[citation needed]


Gen'Dai

The peculiar nervous and circulatory systems of the Gen'Dai makes them extremely resistant to physical injury. The Gen'Dai physiology boasts millions of nerve clusters throughout the body, and a vascular system that distributes blood without the need of a central heart. Lacking the vulnerable vital organs of most humanoids, a Gen'Dai could sustain multiple lacerations and even, it is rumored, complete dismemberment and yet still survive. In addition to these extremes of endurance, the distributed neural network gives the Gen'Dai phenomenal reflexes. Should a Gen'Dai sustain too many injuries, they are capable of entering into extended periods of hibernation, during which they can heal wounds, recover from disease, and slow the aging process. Some Gen'Dai reportedly have lived for over four thousand years.[citation needed]


With such formidable physical abilities, it is fortunate for the galaxy at large that the Gen'Dai are, by nature, not an aggressive species. They are nomadic, and their home world has been lost to the ages. Due to a low birthrate, the Gen'Dai are very rarely encountered, and they usually avoid confrontation if possible. Though the Gen'Dai are physically suited for long life, their minds weaken with age, and the species is susceptible to depression, hysteria, and other forms of psychoses.[citation needed]


Geonosian

The Geonosians are an insectoid species native to the planet Geonosis. Geonosians reside in hive colonies in organic-looking spires. All Geonosians have a hard exoskeleton, elongated faces, multi-jointed limbs, and speak in a strange clicking language. They are a barbaric race and their bloodthirsty minds view brutal violence as entertainment. They enjoy watching victims trying to survive in the massive execution arenas while savage creatures vie for their blood. Geonosis is a fictional planet from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. ... Clicks are stops produced with two articulatory closures in the oral cavity. ...


Geonosis (As seen in Episode II) is a barren rocky world home to thousands of factories geared towards mechanical construction. Many of the Galaxy's biggest manufacturing concerns hold contracts with the Geonosians. Geonosis is a fictional planet from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


In Geonosian society, there are two main types of Geonosian: the wingless drones that mostly work as laborers, and the winged aristocrat, which includes royal warriors serving as scouts and providing security to the hive. They look down on their wingless cousins. Geonosians do not have a standing military, although they do arm themselves with sonic blasters that shoot yellow blasts. These blasts sound very strange. They instead use their droid foundries to build armies for corporate interests wealthy enough to afford them — entities such as the Trade Federation and the Techno Union. The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...


Poggle the Lesser was a Geonosian who appeared in Episode II and oversaw the production of battle droids for the Trade Federation and later provided the bulk of the troops for the Confederacy of Independent Systems. He was decapitated by Darth Vader on Mustafar in Episode III. In the video game Star Wars Battlefront II, the player must fight a Geonosian who is trying to use the droid factories on Mustafar to create his own army. He was named Gizor Delso. Poggle the Lesser (?-19 BBY), Archduke of Geonosis, is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... Battle Droids shooting at Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn. ... The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ... Mustafar is a volcanic planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the third episode of the Star Wars film series (but the sixth film to be produced), to be released on Thursday, May 19, 2005. ... Star Wars: Battlefront II is a video game set to be released in November of 2005 for PC, Xbox, PSP, and PlayStation 2. ...


Geonosians make a unique appearance in Lego Star Wars: The Video Game, appearing with one of two weapons randomly, beyond the player's control.


Givin

The Givin are from the planet Yag'Dhul and are often found doing starship repair work because of their exoskeleton, which allows them to withstand depressurization; this vacuum-resistance allows them to resist many forms of deadly gases. Givin are renowned for their extensive knowledge of anything that has to do with numbers, and often are regarded as some of the best mathematicians in the galaxy.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Gorax

The Goraxes are a race of behemoths from the forest moon of Endor. They can grow up to more than 30 meters in height and dwell on high crags far from the forests of the forest moon. They are mentioned in the Illustrated Star Wars Universe book and appear in the Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure movie. They are humanoid, with primate-like faces and narrow chins, as well as enormous ears, which are highly sensitive to noises made by small animals. They communicate through grumbling noises. The Goraxes wear fur clothes. They are primitive and powerful and frequently make raids on Ewok villages, where they smash through walls and kidnap Ewoks for pets, although the Goraxes usually forget to feed them or crush the unfortunate Ewoks. They hunt at night since their eyes are sensitive to bright light. In the fictional universe of Star Wars, the forest moon of Endor, also known as Sanctuary Moon, is a moon which is home to the Ewoks and above which the second Death Star was constructed in Return of the Jedi. ... Categories: Star Wars films | 1984 films | Movie stubs ... In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ... In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ...


Gizka

A frog-like creature that enjoys human attention. In Star Wars KOTOR after the ebon hawk is infested you may pick up pet and play peekaboo. You may also kill but another merely takes its place. The Gizka are native to Kashyyyk and Rakata, otherwise known as the Unknown World. Coordinates Mayor Marija Ćatović Municipality area 335 km² Population  - city  - municipality 22,947 13,510 (incl. ... Kashyyyk (IPA: ), also known as Wookiee Planet C, is a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Rakata is an Indonesian island in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Sumatra and Java. ...


Gorith

The Gorith are a tall humanoid race with a large beaked head. Their skin tone ranges from blues to greens. Their home planet is Gorithia; a mostly aquatic world. They are very independent from the rest of the universe and are not part of the galactic republic. Notable Gorith include jedi Master Ottarious and his padawan Petirus Metris.[citation needed] Ishtalgroth, Ottarious Master Ottarious was a Form IV master. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ...


Gorog

The Gorog (or the 'Dark Nest') are one of the eleven hives of the Killik who are an insectoid sentient species from the Unknown Regions.They have the ability to block themselves from the force, similar to the effect of the Ysalamiri of Myrkr and are a black and blue colour. The Gorog are considered 'evil' in that they feed their grubs on live captives (mainly Chiss)and have a desire for war and wish to conquer the galaxy. The Gorog are led by the two dark jedi Welk and Lomi Plo.[citation needed] Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... (pronounced e-sal-i-miri or sal-i-miri, according to the Essential Guide to Species by Andy Mangels)In the fictional Star Wars universe, the ysalamiri have the unusual ability to create a Force-void bubble, a power which they developed as a protection against vornskrs, their natural predators. ... Myrkr is a fictional planet in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Chiss are a humanoid species with pale blue skin, blue-black hair and glowing red eyes. ...


Non Killiks become what are known as Joiners if they spend too long with the Killik. Joiners are regular species who become one with the hive. Raynar Thul became a joiner and then the UnuThul or king of the Killiks. Lomi and Welk joined the Gorog and all of their values were passed to the Dark Nest, corrupting the Gorog. The Dark nest was able to influence UnuThul like the subconcious of a mind, into unwillingly moving into Chiss border zones and provoking a dispute.


The Killik naturally did not care about life much until the Crash. The Crash was when Welk and Lomi Plo crashed on a Killik world, in a ship from Myrkr the Tachyon Flyer with their prisoner Raynar Thul, a Jedi who was involved in the attack on Myrkr. Raynar managed to use the force to make the Killik heal him but in the process, was made mostly insect and The Joiner King. The Killik share a collective mind which allow them to transmit thought between each other. So when Raynar became one of the Hive, The Jedi love of life was passed to all Killiks, causing them to value and try to preserve life.[citation needed] To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... A ship found on Myrkr which was stolen by The Dark Jedi Welk and Lomi Plo. ... Raynar Thul (b. ... Myrkr is a fictional planet in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


The Gorog originally were based on the moon Kr on the Chiss border and were destroyed by Mara Jade and Luke Skywalker, Han and Leia Organa Solo, a group of Jedi Masters from the Jedi academy on Ossus and a squad of specially equipped 'Bugcruncher' battle droids. Welk was killed by Luke Skywalker in the Battle of Kr. All of this occurred 7 years after the Fall of Coruscant and roughly 5 years after The Battle of Yuuzhan'Tar.[citation needed] The Dark nest was thought to be destroyed along with the Jedi turned-Gorog Joiner Alema Rar. But the nest and Alema survived and moved to the Tusken's Eye in the Utegetu nebula where the Killiks mostly had peace for one year. During their time in the Utegetu Nebula, the Dark Nest built a fleet of 11 armed hive ships, harboured pirates, killed Supreme Commander Sien Sovv of the Alliance, smuggled dark nest membrosia to insect worlds, framed the jedi for a problem the Fizz on the Utegetu worlds and convinced the Killiks and UnuThul to attack The Galaxy. All this was done under the command of Lomi Plo and Alema Rar, the night herald.[citation needed] This is a list of moons and asteroids in the fictional Star Wars saga. ... The bugcruncher battle droids are heavily armed and converted YVH Assault Droids on loan from Tendrano Arms to Han and Leia for the destruction of the Gorog on the Moon, Kr. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Star by Star. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi apprentices, or Padawans. For more information, please see List of minor Star Wars Jedi knights and List of minor Star Wars Jedi masters. ... This is a list of the planetary systems and star systems in the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ... Membrosia is an alcoholic spirit of the Star Wars Universe. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... Lomi Plo was a Nightsister. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi apprentices, or Padawans. For more information, please see List of minor Star Wars Jedi knights and List of minor Star Wars Jedi masters. ...


There are other hives like the main hive Unu and the artistic hive Saras. This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... The Saras are one of the nests of the Killik race from the Unknown Regions in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Gossam

The Gossam are a humanoid race with long necks from the planet Castell. The Commerce Guild, which was a major contributor to the droid armies of the Confederacy of Independent Systems, is based on Castell. Notable Gossam include Shu Mai, the President of the Commerce Guild.[citation needed] // Caamas Main article: Caamas Caamas is a toxic planet in the Cirius System that was formerly a highly populated habitable world, until the Empire bombarded it shortly after the Clone Wars, killing nearly all the inhabitants of the planet. ... The Commerce Guild was a group of major corporate institutions that have come together to protect their pursuit of profits. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars characters from Separatist-affiliated factions, including the Corporate Alliance, Trade Federation, and the Techno Union. ... The Commerce Guild was a group of major corporate institutions that have come together to protect their pursuit of profits. ...


Gotal

Gotals evolved in dark Antar 4. As light is not available there, they evolved cranial cones, receptors to electromagnetism and other emissions. They do not rely on sight, but they can be great trackers thanks to their cones. However, natural emissions from a droid or a Jedi do damage Gotals. Culturally, they only seem to be attracted to other creatures with cones or horns. This has led to many unfortunate deaths as many male Gotals will be attracted to females of the H'nemethe species who tend to disembowel their mates.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope along side astromech droid R2-D2, and protocol droid C-3PO. This is the concept of the droid in science fiction. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ...


Gran

The Gran are a three-eyed alien race native to the planet Kinyen, though they have colonies across the galaxy, such as on the planets Hok and Malastare. Gran had a great deal of power within the Galactic Senate, during the later years of the Old Republic, but by the time the Emperor's reign descended over the galaxy, Gran became less common.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Form of Government Federal Republic--Unicameral--Parliamentary Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Judicial Branch Supreme Court Legislative and Executive Branch Galactic Senate Senate Chair and Head of State Supreme Chancellor Assistant Senate Head Vice Chair Establishment 25,000 BBY Reorganization into the Galactic Empire 19 BBY Re-establishment 5 ABY... Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ...


A representative of this species is Maks Leem, a Jedi from the Old Republic, who was murdered by Asajj Ventress.[citation needed]


Grizmallt

The Grismalt are the original settlers of Naboo. The Naboo's history begins about 3950 BBY on the planet Grizmallt with the rise of Queen Elsinor den Tasia. To begin her reign, Tasia introduced a new age of exploration and colonization. Under her rule, Grizmallt spent the next several decades launching hundreds of expeditions into the wilds of space. Most of these missions failed, the colony ships destroyed or lost as they searched for habitable worlds far beyond the known hyperlanes.[citation needed] For information on the character from The Mighty Boosh, see Naboo (character). ... A planet is generally considered to be a relatively large mass of accreted matter in orbit around a star. ... A queen regnant is a female monarch who possesses all the monarchal powers that a king would have without regard to gender. ... Space has been an interest for philosophers and scientists for much of human history, and hence it is difficult to provide an uncontroversial and clear definition outside of specific defined contexts. ... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Colonialism. ...


In the final days of her life, Queen Tasia personally sponsored the last such expedition. With the blessing of a famous Jedi Master, the colony ship Beneficent Tasia and its support starships, Constant and Mother Vima, left Grizmallt in search of fortune and glory. The expedition targeted the galaxy's dangerous southern quadrant, then home to a handful of settlements. On Grizmallt, Queen Tasia's dying wish was that this last expedition would find a home deep within unexplored space. Shortly after she perished, however, the Beneficent Tasia also went silent. This article or section should include material from Jedi Sentinel —The Jedi Code — Obi-Wan Kenobi The Jedi Knights are a fictional brotherhood and organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... The fictional starship Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) from Star Trek: The Next Generation. ...


The inhabitants of Grizmallt assumed that Beneficent Tasia had been lost, but the starship did, in fact, survive the many hazards of unknown space. Although severely damaged and unable to contact Grizmallt, the expedition eventually reached Naboo's orbit. As if guided by Tasia's last wish, the settlers discovered that Naboo was a pastoral, peaceful world rich in natural resources and quite capable of supporting human life. In approximately 3900 BBY, the Grizmallt colonists officially landed on Naboo. Titians The Pastoral Concert Pastoral refers to the lifestyle of shepherds and pastoralists, moving livestock around larger areas of land according to seasons and availability of water and feed. ... Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) centered around the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars: A New Hope. ... For information on the character from The Mighty Boosh, see Naboo (character). ...


Within weeks of their arrival, the settlers encountered the Gungans, the planet's native sentient species. Although immediately distrustful of one another, neither species attacked the other and the humans were allowed to establish their first settlement without incident. Over the next several decades, the settlers slowly spread across the planet's largest landmass, building cities and villages to support their growing numbers. The human colonists kept to the grassy plains and ocean coastlines, only occasionally treading into Gungan territory. Despite this, tension between the humans (who had now taken to calling themselves the Naboo after their new homeworld) and the Gungans remained strong.[citation needed] This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... Sentience is a capacity for basic consciousness—the ability to feel or perceive, not necessarily including the faculty of self-awareness. ... In biology, a species is one of the basic units of biodiversity. ... Trinomial name Homo sapiens sapiens Linnaeus, 1758 Humans, or human beings, are bipedal primates belonging to the mammalian species Homo sapiens (Latin for wise man or knowing man) under the family Hominidae (the great apes). ... A city is an urban area, differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status. ... A village is a human residential settlement commonly found in rural areas. ... In geography, a plain is a large area of land with relatively low relief. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


Gungan

Gungans resemble hadrosaurs
Gungans resemble hadrosaurs

The Gungans have humanoid bodies, but their heads are elongated with large, dangling fin-like ears. They live in underwater cities on the planet Naboo. The principal Gungan character in the movies is Jar Jar Binks; the ruler of the Gungans is Boss Nass. The only other Gungan to be given a name in the films is Captain Tarpals, though the novelization also mentions a General Ceel and some games have shown other leaders including Boss Gallo. Image File history File links Hadrosaurus. ... Image File history File links Hadrosaurus. ... Hadrosaurus foulkii is a hadrosaurid dinosaur species, and the first full dinosaur skeleton found in North America. ... For information on the character from The Mighty Boosh, see Naboo (character). ... Jar Jar Binks (born c. ... Boss Nass is ugly and a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Captain Roos Tarpals is the lead Chief of the Gungan city of Otoh Gunga in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The Gungan supreme millitary commander at the Battle of Naboo. ... Boss Gallo was a Gungan featured in the video game Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds. ...


The Gungans and the Naboo (human inhabitants of Naboo) did not get along, as the Gungans believed the Naboo to be pompous cowards while the Naboo believed the Gungans to be barbarians. This attitude lasted until Queen Amidala united the Gungans and Naboo to fight the Trade Federation in the Battle of Naboo. Padmé Naberrie Skywalker, also Her Royal Highness, Queen Amidala of the Naboo and later Senator Amidala of Naboo (46 - 19 BBY), is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Natalie Portman. ... The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... The Battle or Invasion of Naboo refers to a pre-Clone Wars conflict in the fictional Star Wars universe that occurred on the peaceful planet Naboo shortly after the Invasion of Theed (Naboos capital city) in which the organisation called the Trade Federation sent an army of battle droids...


After the Battle of Naboo, the Gungans attained representation in the Senate through Representative Jar Jar Binks.


The Naboo symbolise the state of Athens, with her citizen army of a few hundred versus the Gungans, who symbolise the Spartans, having a completely battle ready warrior state.[citation needed]


Gwurran

The Gwurran of Ansion look like the native Ansionians, only smaller. They are hyperactive, inquisitive beings who live primitively off the land and who steal the food of travellers passing through the hills. The Gwurran deeply hate their taller rural brethren, the Alwari, who consider them to be backward.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ...


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Habassa

The Habassa are mentioned only in the X-wing computer game. They originate from the planet Habassa II which was enslaved by the Empire. After the Battle of Yavin, they joined the Alliance. X-wing fighters on their way into battle in a still from Star Wars. ... Combatants Galactic Empire Rebel Alliance Commanders Grand Moff Tarkin † Darth Vader Admiral Motti † General Tagge General Dodonna General Willard Garven Dreis (Red Leader)† John Vander (Gold Leader)† Strength TIE Fighters Darth Vaders TIE Advanced Death Star heavy, medium and light laser batteries Turbolaser batteries 30 Alliance starfighters, consisting of...


Hallotan

The Hallotans are scaley creatures who are native to the planet Muskree. They have turned Muskree into an industrial planet and are immune to the pollutions they have created.[citation needed]


H'nemthe

H'nemthes, from planet H'nemthe, have four conelets and double cheekbones, resulting in ridges of bone and skin on their faces. The hornlets are sensitive to both emotion and temperature. When a female H'nemthe consummates her relationship with a male, she eviscerates him with her knife-shaped tongue, strangely considering it a proof of love. This odd ritual is most likely a result of the fact that there are 20 males to every female on their home planet.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Hoojib

The Hoojibs are small furry telepathic creatures that are indigenous to Arbra. The Hoojibs allowed the Rebel Alliance to use their planet as a temporary headquarters following the Battle of Hoth. One of the best-known Hoojibs is Plif, who accompanied Luke Skywalker on several missions. Plif later became a New Republic senator.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... The Battle of Hoth is a fictional battle in the 1980 science fiction film Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. ... Luke Skywalker (b. ... The New Republic (officially The New Galactic Republic) is a fictional government in Star Wars. ...


Huk

The Huk were a race of aliens hailing from the planet of the same name. They are an insectoid species and resemble Geonosians. Their planet was in a constant war with the Kaleesh people of the neighboring planet, Kalee, for many years prior to the Clone Wars and the Great Jedi Purge. The Galactic Republic aided the Huk in their war against the Kaleesh, though this still did not garner enough sympathy for the Separatists to convince General Grievous to join their cause.[citation needed] ... // Kalarba The planet Kalarba was the capital of Kalarba Sector. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... The Great Jedi Purge was the extermination of the Jedi by the Sith-led Galactic Empire in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... Political separatism is a movement to obtain sovereignty and split a territory or group of people (usually a people with a distinctive national consciousness) from one another (or one nation from another; a colony from the metropolis). ... General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Human

Main article: Human (Star Wars)

The predominant species in the galaxy, humans can be found in virtually all walks of life and on most habitable worlds. Humans are bipedal, intelligent beings. They speak Basic, which has become the galaxy's most common language. Humans are generally considered adaptable, curious, innovative, resilient, and ambitious. In George Lucas fictional Star Wars universe, humans are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. ...


Humanity's incredible diversity is perhaps its greatest strength. No two humans look or behave exactly alike (deliberate clones aside), and humans represent many of history's greatest heroes (along with its most despicable villains). Humanity is also credited with discovering hyperspace travel, founding the first galactic governments, and colonizing hundreds of treacherous worlds.[citation needed] Humans dominate the current political landscape, comprising most of the Galactic Empire. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Unlike many other species, humans do not have an identifiable planet of origin. Some scholars believe that humans first appeared on Coruscant, which is now the Imperial capital, but this theory has never been substantiated.[7] Regardless, humans have settled in nearly every corner of the galaxy. Because humans are so widespread, they are often categorized by homeworld. Thus, humans born on Corellia are widely known as Corellians while the humans found on Naboo are often called simply "the Naboo." On some worlds, humanity gave rise to genetic off-shots which are referred to as "near-humans."


There are many famous humans including Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padme Amidala, Leia Organa (Leia Solo, after her marriage) Han Solo, Mace Windu, Palpatine/Darth Sidious, and countless others.


Hutt

Main article: Hutts

Hutts are a long-lived, gastropod species. They originated on Varl, but now claim Nal Hutta as their homeworld. Of them, Jabba the Hutt and Gardula the Hutt are most famous since each were mentioned in each Star Wars Triogy. The Hutts are a fictional alien race in the Star Wars universe. ... // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... // M4-78 M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ...


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Iktotchi

The Iktotchi are an alien race located in a remote system in the Expansion Region. They have a tough, hairless, and often reddish skin, as well as two downward-sloping horns on the sides of the head. They are often known for their limited abilities in prescience and, because of this trait, can often be found in Jedi Academies.[citation needed]


When the Republic discovered their home planet, a moon orbiting the planet Iktotchon, they discovered a massive Old Republic seal visible from space with the naked eye.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


One famous Iktotchi is Jedi Saesee Tiin, who sat on the Jedi Council.[citation needed] Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... Saesee Tiin is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... The Jedi High Council is an institution from the Star Wars series of films. ...


Iktotchi are also known for their skills as pilots. Even the worst Iktotchi pilot is still considered a more than useful being to have behind the controls of a spaceship or fighter.[citation needed]


Iridorian

Iridorians were a warrior people with a particularly bloodthirsty reputation, who were well known for producing mercenaries. It was rumoured that they would even turn against each other in battle when their bloodlust overwhelmed them.[citation needed]


They held a traditional rivalry with the Echani, who they viewed as weaklings, and the Mandalorians, who they felt valued credits above bloodshed. [citation needed] The Echani are a mysterious race of well taught fighters. ... A Mandalorian is a member of a group of masked warrior clans in the Star Wars universe. ...


They were a rare sight in the civilised Galaxy, even during the tumultuous Jedi Civil War.[citation needed] NGC 4414, a typical spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenices, is about 56,000 light years in diameter and approximately 60 million light years distant. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


Iridorians are not to be confused with the Iridonian Zabrak. ...


Ishi Tib

Ishi Tibs are ecologist aliens from planet Tibrin. They are amphibious with huge eyes and beak-like mouths. They have lungs that double as internal gills, and they require immersion in briny water every 30 hours before their skin dries out. Ishi Tib are patient, thoughtful beings who are not prone to rash acts. Nonetheless, they are fiercely dedicated, completing any task they begin. Ishi Tib are ferocious fighters, especially when cornered. Offworld Ishi Tib are known for their devotion to nature, and for their excellent managerial skills.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


There are Ishi Tibs in Jabba the Hutt's palace and also in the Rebel briefing to attack the second Death Star.[citation needed] Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Thats no moon. ...


Ithorian

Ithorians are a species of intelligent herbivores from the planet Ithor. They are commonly called "Hammerheads" because of their long, curving neck and T-shaped head. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Ithorians have two mouths and glossy, brown flesh. In general, they are devoted environmentalists, staunch herbivores, and complete pacifists. Many have become galactic traders who peacefully travel the stars in giant herd ships. They will only resort to violence if threatened. Because of their mild demeanor, most Ithorians avoid the Galactic Civil War, although a few have joined the Rebel Alliance.[citation needed]


Ithorians are natives of the planet Ithor, a lush world with sprawling rain forests. The Ithorians worship Mother Jungle and long ago vowed never to desecrate their planet. Once they discovered repulsorlift technology, the Ithorians built expansive "herd cities" floating in the skies above their home world. The species migrated to these platforms, ensuring that Ithor would remain pristine forever. However, during the Yuuzhan Vong war, the Ithorian homeworld was irrevocably poisoned by that species and the fate of the Ithorian species seems grim.[citation needed]


Abroad, Ithorians have integrated well with the intergalactic community. Their own language is incredibly beautiful, yet difficult to learn, as the Ithorians have twin mouths on opposite sides of their necks. Fortunately, they can speak Basic, albeit with a strange accent. Their vocal chords are strong enough to produce a sound shockwave used in defense to stop an enemy in its tracks.[citation needed]


Ithorian Roron Corobb was a Jedi Master who died protecting Chancellor Palpatine from General Grievous during the Clone Wars.[citation needed] The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ... General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ...


An Ithorian, an exile named Momaw Nadon,[citation needed] was present in the Mos Eisley Cantina in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Mos Eisley is a spaceport town on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


Ithorians were also instrumental in the restoration of the planet Telos after it was destroyed by Sith during the Jedi Civil War, a prominent Ithorian named Chodo Habat employed the help of the Jedi Exile during the Telos Restoration Project with the promise that he would cure his "wound in the force" the Jedi Exile did what was right and foiled Czerka Corporation's attempts to take over the restoration project for their own selfish ends.[citation needed] To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Jedi Exile (canonical name: unknown) (also called the General by Bao-Dur) is the main character in the PC/Xbox videogame title Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The Jedi Exile (canonical name: unknown) (also called the General by Bao-Dur) is the main character in the PC/Xbox videogame title Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Czerka Corporation is a fictional business that exists in the Star Wars universe. ...


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Jawa

A Jawa.
A Jawa.

Jawas are a species of alien from the Star Wars universe, natives of Tatooine. They are scavengers, often seeking out technology or valuable minerals for sale or trade in the deep deserts in their huge sandcrawler transports. Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... The cover of the 2004 DVD widescreen release of the modified original Star Wars Trilogy. ... In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction). ... Desert view in Saudi Arabia. ... The sandcrawler is a transport on Tatooine from Star Wars. ...


They are also a pygmy and rodent-like race, and considered "remarkably ugly". They are on average about 1 meter tall (although in Episode IV some much-taller Jawas can be seen organizing droids to present them to Owen and Luke) and characterized by their brown robes, glowing yellow eyes, and quickly spoken language. They are almost always seen wearing hoods which completely shadow their faces, leaving only the gleaming eyes visible. (Although part of the "shadow" is a swarm of bugs hovering close to the Jawa's face because its smell is horrid.[8]) In most Jawa clans, half the clan works and lives in the sandcrawlers while the other family unit dwells in fortresses deep in the desert where wares collected are stored.[8] These fortresses have high walls made from large chunks of old wrecked spaceships for protection against Tusken Raiders and Krayt Dragons. The species is not known for its aggressiveness, but incidents of Jawas sufficiently provoked and using their sandcrawlers to ram and damage offending customers' property are not unknown.[citation needed] The metre, or meter (symbol: m) is the SI base unit of length. ... A Tusken Raider Tusken Raiders (or Sand People) are fictional creatures in the Star Wars saga. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


A band of Jawas were responsible for locating C-3PO and R2-D2 and selling them to Luke Skywalker's uncle Owen Lars. Another tribe of Jawas was also responsible for finding Jabba the Hutt's rancor. C-3PO (pronounced See-Threepio, called 3PO for short) is a character from the fictional Star Wars universe, created by Anakin Skywalker circa 32 BBY, for human-cyborg relations. He is a protocol droid - an android specifically designed to interact with organics - with a very proper manner and British accent... For the weapons system nicknamed R2-D2, see Phalanx CIWS. R2-D2 (called R2, or Artoo for short), is an astromech droid and colleague of C-3PO in the fictional Star Wars universe, created not long before 32 BBY. R2-D2 was played by Kenny Baker in all six Star... Luke Skywalker (b. ... Otherworldly wildlife -- Terryl Whitlatchs creature study of Tatooine inhabitants This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who reside, or at least appear primarily, on the planet Tatooine. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ... The Rancor at Jabbas Palace. ...


In the Jawa language, Bocce, "Utini!" (or "Ooteeny") means "Come here!", and "Mavi, mavi, mavi!" probably means "Move it!"


The Jawa language was actually created in the movies by electronically speeding up a recording of the African Zulu language.[citation needed] However, in Star Wars: Battlefront and Battlefront 2 the Jawas also use Spanish: "Arriba, Arriba!" World map showing location of Africa A satellite composite image of Africa Africa is the worlds second_largest continent in both area and population, after Asia. ... Zulu (isiZulu in Zulu), is a language of the Zulu people with about 10 million speakers, the vast majority (over 95%) of whom live in South Africa. ...


Each Jawa clan consists of up to 300 members, with a small warrior division in which the Jawas use DN Boltcasters, as seen in Star Wars: Battlefront and Battlefront 2.


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Kaleesh

The Kaleesh are a bipedal reptilian species from the planet Kalee. They are a nomadic and neutral race. The Kaleesh have reddish brown scaly skin and cover almost all their bodies to protect them from Kalee's blistering sun. Usually their four fingered claws are the only things exposed. Also, most wear masks carved from the skulls of their most feared creatures such as the karabac and the mumuu.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


During the Huk War, the Republic sided with their enemy and destroyed their trade, deepening the hard times already hurting their homeworld. The Intergalactic Banking Clan, headed by San Hill, later came in and helped them out of their depression through a deal for the Kaleesh to join the Confederacy of Independent Systems. One Kaleesh cyborg, General Grievous became the feared military leader of the Confederacy of Independent Systems during The Clone Wars.[citation needed] The following is a list of fictional Star Wars characters from Separatist-affiliated factions, including the Corporate Alliance, Trade Federation, and the Techno Union. ... General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ...


The Kaleesh live in seemingly primitive cities largely reminiscent of ancient Mayan or Aztec civilizations. They do use blaster and other sentient technology, but are considered honorable and loyal.[citation needed]


Kaminoan

Tall, thin aliens with pale skin from the isolated planet of Kamino, the most distinctive features of Kaminoans are their long neck. Males also show a ridge through the back of their heads. They like to be isolated from the galaxy. Kaminoans are expert eugenists, as they were forced to reproduce through cloning after a natural disaster on Kamino. They work creating and training clones for third parties from stations on massive platforms above the sea. Kaminoans seem to be concerned about the ethics of their workings, but they are also naïve. Thanks to Darth Tyranus (Count Dooku), all traces of planet Kamino were erased from the Jedi archives. Kamino is a world in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Eugenics is the self-direction of human evolution: Logo from the Second International Congress of Eugenics, 1921, depicting it as a tree which unites a variety of different fields. ...


Kaminoans developed the Grand Army of the Republic, as shown in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


Taun We, Lama Su, and Kau Wan are three examples of Kaminoans. In the Star Wars movie series, Taun We is a tall, slender Kaminoan who babysits Boba Fett in the second episode. ... A tall, lithesome alien, Lama Su is the Prime Minister of the storm-shrouded planet Kamino in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Kel Dor

The Kel Dor hail from the planet Dorin. They require masks to protect them from oxygen-rich atmospheres and to protect their highly sensitive eyes from light.[citation needed] One Kel Dor is Jedi Master and Council member Plo Koon. // Caamas Main article: Caamas Caamas is a toxic planet in the Cirius System that was formerly a highly populated habitable world, until the Empire bombarded it shortly after the Clone Wars, killing nearly all the inhabitants of the planet. ... General Name, Symbol, Number oxygen, O, 8 Chemical series Nonmetals, chalcogens Group, Period, Block 16, 2, p Appearance colorless Atomic mass 15. ... This article or section should include material from Jedi Sentinel —The Jedi Code — Obi-Wan Kenobi The Jedi Knights are a fictional brotherhood and organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... The Jedi High Council is an institution from the Star Wars series of films. ... Plo Koon is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


Kiffar

The Kiffar are a near-human species from the Azurbani system, including Kiffu and Kiffex. The Jedi Master Quinlan Vos was a Kiffar. The race characteristics seem to include dark, tanned skin and long thick dark hair, usually worn in dreadlocks, and there are certain tattoos that are ceremonial. One in a hundred Kiffar inherits a psychometric talent to read the history of objects that they touch. The Kiffar seem to be clannish and their strongest members compose an order known as the Guardians, which seems to be rather powerful.[citation needed] In the fictional Star Wars universe, Quinlan Vos is a near-human Kiffar Jedi Knight hailing originally from the planet Kiffex. ...


Kitonak

Kitonaks are white, pudgy aliens from Kirdo III. They show a tough skin which folds to seal vulnerable openings, a trait evolved to protect them from the harsh environment of Kirdo's deserts. They also have some double organs, including two pairs of lungs.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Kitonaks are very dexterous, but also very patient. They never rush. This is because they feed on animals called choobas and they must stand motionless for a long time until a chooba gets near them. Even when talking with humans or other aliens, Kitonaks are painfully slow to answer any question, and equally slow to walk (as they do not move their legs, but expand and contract the feet's muscles). They eat once a month. They also have a phobia to quicksands and caves.[citation needed]Droopy "Snit" McCool of the Max Rebo Band was an example of a Kitonak. A phobia (from the Greek φόβος fear), is a strong, persistent fear of situations, objects, activities, or persons. ... Quicksand and warning sign at a gravel extraction site. ... Alternate meanings: Cave (disambiguation) The outside world viewed from a cave A cave is a natural underground void. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ...


Klatooinian

Klatooinians come from the planet Klatooine. When the Hutts were waging a war against Xim the Despot, they looked for help on some planets. Hutts asked Klatooinians to become part of their army. Klatooinians thought it was some kind of sacred war and Barada M'Beg signed a treaty so that Klatooinians will be slaves of the Hutts forever. After defeating Xim, Klatooinians still serve the Hutts. Most of their children are named Barada to honor Barada M'Beg.[citation needed] // Kalarba The planet Kalarba was the capital of Kalarba Sector. ... The Hutts are a fictional alien race in the Star Wars universe. ... Xim the Despot (died c. ...


One of the thugs on Jabba the Hutt's skiff was a Klatooinian also named Barada. This name comes from sci-fi famous quote Klaatu barada nikto. See also Nikto and The Day the Earth Stood Still. One Klatooinian Jedi is Tarados Gon. Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ... The term [skiff] is applied to various river craft, but a skiff is typically a small flat-bottomed open boat with a pointed bow and square stern. ... The phrase Klaatu barada nikto originates from the 1951 Cold-War-era science fiction film The Day The Earth Stood Still. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The Day the Earth Stood Still is a 1951 science fiction film which tells the story of a humanoid alien who comes to Earth to warn its leaders not to take their conflicts into space, or they will face lethal consequences. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ...


Kobok

Kobok were an insectoid species that live on planet Roon. They have two orange compound eyes and three-fingered hands. One famous face was Gaff, a Roon representative in the New Republic.[citation needed]


Kubaz

The Kubaz are an insect-eating species that have been known to be informants for the Empire.[citation needed] One such Kubaz, by the name of Garindan, led Stormtroopers to the droids on Tatooine in A New Hope. Because of their diet, the insectoid Verpine have a marked distrust of the Kubaz who have often taken great steps to procure Verpine specimens for their suppers.[citation needed] This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ... Imperial Stormtroopers are highly trained shock troops in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope along side astromech droid R2-D2, and protocol droid C-3PO. This is the concept of the droid in science fiction. ... In George Lucass Star Wars saga, Tatooine is the home planet of the Skywalker family and the setting for much of the action in the sagas films (as well as several of the novels and other pieces of written fiction). ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological...


Kurtzen

The Kurtzen are a pale, hairless, humanoid race from Bakura. Being the only native sentient species on Bakura, and few in number, they were quickly outnumbered by human colonists.[citation needed] // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ... In George Lucas fictional Star Wars universe, humans are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. ...


Kushiban

Kushiban are small rabbit-like creatures that live on Kushibah in the Star Wars galaxy. Distinguishing features include large black eyes, floppy ears, and a long tail. They are capable of walking on either their hind legs or on all fours, though to move more quickly in a run or a charge, they must run with all four appendages. On their hind legs they stand at 0.5 meters tall, with an extra 0.3 meters' worth of tail. While often mistaken for cute, pet-like animals, they are actually intelligent beings with a complex culture as well as both a written and spoken language. They have mastered fire (used to frighten away hostile, fire-fearing Xinkras) and can use technology. Rather than paws, they have hands with opposable thumbs and feet. As a means of communication, Kushibans' fur changes color in correlation to its mood. A Kushiban in a calm, normal state of emotions is white; a Kushiban in the deepest of despairs is totally black.[citation needed] Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ... Pets and humans often contribute toward the happiness of the other in a pet relationship. ... In human anatomy, the thumb is the first digit on a hand. ...


While they tend to stay on Kushibah, the occasional Kushiban is called away by wanderlust or a specific need. Jedi Master Ikrit is the most famous of the Kushiban who have done so.[citation needed] This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


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Latter

The Latter are a race of grey skinned warriors, with armor-plated skin. They reside on the planet Mimban.[citation needed] // M4-78 M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ...


Lepi

The Lepi are a rabbit-like species that stand on two legs.


This was the Basic name used to describe the Lepus carnivorus, a species of tall, furred lagomorphs which was native to the planet Coachelle Prime. The Lepi were a carnivorus race, distinguished by their large incisors and the various colors of their fur, which ranged from green to dark blue. Despite their appearance, the Lepi were a technologically-advanced race, having achieved spaceflight and colonized the five planets in the system and the neighboring asteroid belt. Lepi were considered sexually mature at just ten years of age, and females often gave birth to litters of three dozen or more offspring, resulting in a swift growth in their population. This growth spurred on the development of their space-travel technology, as colony worlds were seen as a response to overpopulation of Coachelle Prime. Individual Lepi were known for their increased metabolism, a trait that often manifested itself as hyper-activity[citation needed]


This was also the native language of the Lepus carnivorus race, which was also referred to as Lepp or Lepese[citation needed]


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Mandalorian

Main article: Mandalorian

The Mandalorians branched off from human evolution about 3000 years BBY. A strong warrior race, they are ranked among the best fighters and armorsmiths of the galaxy. The race was almost completely destroyed after several conflicts with the old Republic. Some notable Mandalorians are Jango Fett, Boba Fett, Canderous Ordo. Mandalorian Mythosaur Skull Insignia A Mandalorian is a member of a group of masked warrior clans in the Star Wars universe. ... Jango Fett (66 – 22 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe whose first cinematic appearance was in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, where he was played by Temuera Morrison. ... Boba Fett (32 BBY) is a popular fictional character in the Star Wars universe, despite having relatively little screen time in the films. ... -Canderous Ordo Canderous Ordo is a fictional character in the Star Wars video games Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


While true Mandalorians are almost nonexistant, Jango Fett, in a sense resurrected the race in the form of Clone Troopers. This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ...


Mandalorians are essentially humans and are differentiated only by their beliefs and practices. The Mandalorians dislike the Echani, who they view as weak dancing faeries, and the Iridorians, whom even they believe are barbarians with a lust for blood rather than honor. The Echani are a mysterious race of well taught fighters. ... by Sophie Anderson A fairy, or faery, is a creature from stories and mythology, often portrayed in art and literature as a minuscule humanoid with wings. ...


Massassi

The Massassi were an ancient primitive warrior race that were enslaved by the Sith. The Massassi were brought to Yavin 4 by the Sith Lord Naga Sadow who was on the run from the Republic and the Jedi. They were originally a red-skinned humanoid race until Naga Sadow conducted cruel genetic experiments on them turning them into a race of fearsome, savage, hunchbacked predators. Despite these, the Massassi treated Naga Sadow as a god, building huge temples and palaces to honor their Sith Lord. They became extinct when Exar Kun sapped the life out of every Massassi on Yavin 4 so that he could free his soul from his body in order to escape the pursuing Jedi. Only one Massassi survived. His name was Kalgrath.[citation needed] Darth Vader and the Emperor (Darth Sidious) Within the fictional Star Wars universe, the term Sith is used to describe two separate but related groups. ... Yavin 4 is one of the many moons of the gas planet Yavin in the Star Wars universe. ... The Galactic Republic is the name of the interplanetary government used in the fictional Star Wars universe prior to the establishment of the Galactic Empire. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... Naga Sadow was a Dark Lord of the Sith 5,000 years BBY in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... -- Exar Kun Exar Kun, Dark Lord of the Sith, (lived circa 4,000 BBY, spirit destroyed 11 ABY) was a highly talented Jedi apprentice to the Old Republic Jedi Master Vodo-Siosk Baas. ... Yavin 4 is one of the many moons of the gas planet Yavin in the Star Wars universe. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ...


During the Galactic Civil War, the Rebel Alliance built a base in the old Massassi temples on Yavin 4. It was from this base that the two Rebel squadrons of X-wings and Y-wings attacked the first Death Star. The Galactic Civil War (19 BBY - 19 ABY) is a fictional war from the Star Wars galaxy, beginning with Revenge of the Sith and continuing through the original trilogy of films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, as well as several novels, comics, and... The Starbird, symbol of the Rebel Alliance In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... X-wing fighters on their way into battle in a still from Star Wars. ... The Y-wing is one of the Rebel Alliance starfighters in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Thats no moon. ...


In 21 ABY, Anakin Solo and Tahiri Veila freed the imprisoned souls of Massassi children.[citation needed] Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) reckoned at the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ... Anakin Solo (10 ABY - 27 ABY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the youngest child born to Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo, who has a sister, Jaina, and a brother, Jacen, who are twins. ... —Tahiri Veila Tahiri Veila (b. ...


Melodie

The Melodies are an amphibious, humanoid species that live in Yavin 8`s purple mountains, lakes and rivers. They are hatched from eggs, then live on land for a short time during their youth, and at a certain age, Melodies undergo a ritual called a Changing Ceremony, in which they change forms that will no longer enable them to live on land.[citation needed]


When Exar Kun imprisoned the Massassi children during his reign in 3,997 BBY, the parents of the Massassi children went to Yavin 8 and met the Melodie children, seeking their help. The children took them to the Elders, but because of the Elders' forms, they could not leave the waters. So the Massassi carved messages for help on the walls, hoping that someone would read it in their language and come to their aid. A millennia later, Sannah, a Force-sensitive Melodie, helped Anakin Solo and Tahiri Veila, who had came to Yavin 8 to accompany their friend at the Academy, Lyric, undergo through the Changing Ceremony, decipher the carvings on the wall of a cave so that the duo could go back to Yavin IV and free the Massassi children's souls.[citation needed] -- Exar Kun Exar Kun, Dark Lord of the Sith, (lived circa 4,000 BBY, spirit destroyed 11 ABY) was a highly talented Jedi apprentice to the Old Republic Jedi Master Vodo-Siosk Baas. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) centered around the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars: A New Hope. ... Anakin Solo (10 ABY - 27 ABY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the youngest child born to Han Solo and Leia Organa Solo, who has a sister, Jaina, and a brother, Jacen, who are twins. ... —Tahiri Veila Tahiri Veila (b. ... Yavin 4 is one of the many moons of the gas planet Yavin in the Star Wars universe. ...


Mimbanite

An alien species from Circarpous V, the Mimbanites were related to the Coway. When the Empire took control of their planet, they thought this species was not suited for the physical demands of slavery.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


Miraluka

An alien race almost exactly the same in appearance as humans, Miraluka differ in that they typically have no eyes and cannot see through the focusing of light. Miralukas typically hide their lack of eyes by wearing a headband, a mask, or similar concealing headwear, because they are much less common than humans, and it is easier to travel if they are seen as being of the dominant species; thus the common confusion as to who is or isn't a Miraluka. Miralukas see through the Force, as they are a Force-sensitive race; they are often quite shocked if shown life not connected to the Force, like the Jedi Exile. The Miraluka homeworld is Alpheridies. A colony world of the Miraluka's named Katarr was stripped of all life by a Sith Lord named Darth Nihilus approximately 3,996 years BBY, during a meeting of all surviving Jedi, which dealt with the shadow war Darth Nihilus and Darth Sion and their Sith Assassins were waging against them—only the few Knights and Masters who did not attend survived. The only survivor of this colony world was the Miraluka Visas Marr.[citation needed] In George Lucas fictional Star Wars universe, Humans are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. ... The Force is a binding, ubiquitous power that is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders in the Star Wars universe. ... Force-sensitivity is a condition in the fictional Star Wars universe where a life form possesses a natural connection to the Force. ... The Jedi Exile (canonical name: unknown) (also called the General by Bao-Dur) is the main character in the PC/Xbox videogame title Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The following are lists of fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Full body image of Darth Nihilus -- Visas Marr -- Kreia Darth Nihilus is an infamous Sith Lord from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe and more specifically from the game Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) centered around the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars: A New Hope. ... Full body image of Darth Nihilus -- Visas Marr -- Kreia Darth Nihilus is an infamous Sith Lord from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe and more specifically from the game Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... -Darth Sion - Kreia Darth Sion is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Visas Marr (born 3,976 BBY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Notable Miraluka include former Sith Visas Marr, and the Dark Jedi Jerec. Darth Vader and the Emperor (Darth Sidious) Within the fictional Star Wars universe, the term Sith is used to describe two separate but related groups. ... Dark Jedi is the somewhat misleading name given in the Star Wars fictional universe to those beings who are Force-attuned and adept at the dark side of the Force. ... Jerec is a fictional character of the Star Wars galaxy, appearing in the computer game Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II. Jerec is the leader of the seven Dark Jedi that the player must face in the game. ...


Mirialan

The Mirialan race is a species native to the planet Mirial. The have purer eye colors, some have either paler or darker skin colors, and tattoos covering some part of their face. According to the Visual Dictionary for Episode II, the hoods that they wear serve to protect sensitive organs on their heads. Jedi Master Luminara Unduli and her Padawan learner, Barriss Offee are both Mirialans.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... Luminara Unduli is a fictional character who appeared in the movies Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. ... The Jedi Knights are a fictional monastic organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... Barriss Offee was a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


Mon Calamari

The Mon Calamari are an amphibious race from the planet Dac (The planet is called "Mon Calamari" by humans). They are humanoid, about 1.7m tall, and are most commonly seen with salmon-colored skin (though their skin may have other tones as well, including blue, dark blue, green, and purple) and a lobster-like, domed head with large eyes. They are shore dwellers, but like to be close to water, and can breathe under water if necessary, being able to descend to depths of 30 or so meters without equipment. They share their home planet with the Quarren.[citation needed] Their name is a reference to Calamari. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the planet Mon Calamari is the home planet of the Mon Calamari and the Quarren. ... This is a list of species and races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... For other uses, see Squid (disambiguation). ...


During the Galactic Civil War, the Mon Calamari eventually joined the Rebel Alliance after the Empire used a Star Destroyer to destroy three floating cities on their watery world. They proved an invaluable asset, primarily due to the Mon Calamari being masters of starship construction and supplying the Alliance with badly needed capital ships, Mon Calamari Cruisers, that could take on the Galactic Empire's ships of the line. Prior to joining the Alliance, the Mon Calamari had only built passenger liners because of their peaceful ethos. Also renowned for their performance art, lithe Mon Calamari water dancers often perform in some of the galaxy's most prestigious venues, including Coruscant Galaxies Opera House, where the ballet "Squid Lake" ran for some time during the waning days of the Republic and was known to be a personal favorite of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine.[citation needed] The most famous Mon Calamari is Admiral Ackbar, the supreme admiral of the Rebel Alliance's naval forces. Admiral Ackbar also assisted with the design of the B-wing starfighter. The Galactic Civil War (19 BBY - 19 ABY) is a fictional war from the Star Wars galaxy, beginning with Revenge of the Sith and continuing through the original trilogy of films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, as well as several novels, comics, and... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Rebel Alliance, or more formally, the Alliance to Restore the Republic, was an interstellar political resistance force formed in direct military opposition to the Galactic Empire. ... A group of Imperial Star Destroyers Star Destroyers are iconic vessels of the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The fictional starship Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) from Star Trek: The Next Generation. ... The capital ships of a navy are its important warships; the ones with the heaviest firepower and armor. ... Home One-class Mon Calamari Star Cruiser In the Star Wars fictional universe Mon Calamari Star Cruisers are the main cruisers in the Rebel Alliance/New Republic/Federation of Free Alliances fleet for a significant portion of the Galactic Civil War. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Admiral Ackbar is a fictional character in the Star Wars movies and novels. ... Admiral is the rank, or part of the name of the ranks, of the highest naval officers. ... B-wing is also the title of an expansion pack to the Star Wars: X-wing The B-wing is one of the Rebel Alliance starfighters in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Mustafarians

These are the native in habitants of Mustafar. The have leathery skin with a cloak and a trunk. Not much else is known about this species as they live in seclusion. They are believed to be sentient and are able to withstand extreme temperatures.[citation needed] Mustafar is a volcanic planet in the Star Wars universe. ...


Muun

A thin, tall species from Muunilist, Muuns have pasty-white skin. Their bodies were elongated and thin, with equally elongated and thin heads. Muuns do not like travelling, and they usually stay indoors. Muuns controlled InterGalactic Banking Clan. During the Clone Wars, Muuns helped the Separatists and minted new coins for planets leaving the Republic.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Mynyrsh

A 4-armed, crystal-skinned alien species indigenous to the planet Wayland.[citation needed] Wayland is the name of a mythical character and of some places in the United States of America: Weyland, the smith. ...


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Nagai

The Nagai are aliens with pale skin, jet-black hair and angular features, they lived on the planet Nagi, beyond the borders of the Old Republic and the Empire. They were originally known as "Knives". They were natural enemies of the Tof, usually waging wars against them.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Nautolan

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Nautolans are amphibious humanoids with mottled green skin, a cartilage-reinforced skeleton, and shark-like eyes. Instead of hair, a Nautolan sports a crown of long green tendrils (used to discern the feelings and moods of those around them, these appendages are almost useless out of water). The Star Wars character Kit Fisto. ... The Star Wars character Kit Fisto. ...


Their homeworld is Glee Anselm, a planet of vast swamps, lakes, and seas located in the Mid Rim. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Nautolans reflect the moods of those around them. When confronted by anger and violence, they respond in kind. When approached in a calm, civilized manner, they seem helpful and polite. [citation needed]


Jedi Master Kit Fisto was a Nautolan. Kit Fisto is a character from the Star Wars universe, who appeared in the prequel movies Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, as well as the Clone Wars animated series. ...


Neimoidian

Neimoidians are the most visible villains of the film The Phantom Menace. According to the Expanded Universe, Neimodians are descendants of Duros colonists that landed on Neimoidia in the year of the Republic inception. At some point in their development, the Neimoidians learned to domesticate giant beetles, and they have been getting others to do physical labor for them ever since.[citation needed] By the time of The Phantom Menace, the Neimoidians control the galaxy's largest commercial corporation and are at the head of the powerful Trade Federation. Splinter of the Minds Eye, 1978 The Expanded Universe (also known as the EU) encompasses all of the officially licensed, fictional background of the Star Wars universe, outside of the six feature films produced by George Lucas. ... // Caamas Main article: Caamas Caamas is a toxic planet in the Cirius System that was formerly a highly populated habitable world, until the Empire bombarded it shortly after the Clone Wars, killing nearly all the inhabitants of the planet. ... // M4-78 M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ... - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ...


Neimoidians are born as grubs and placed in communal hives until the age of seven. Inadequate food is fed to young Neimoidians in order to encourage acquisitiveness. Those who hoard enough food survive while those who do not hoard die. Even as adults, Neimoidians tend to be greedy, possessive, and fearful of death. Eventually the grubs learn that to survive, they must kill each other; therefore out of the many grubs that are born, very few survive.[citation needed]


Neimoidians have been stereotyped by other races in the galaxy as corrupt, particularly after the Battle of Naboo. They are certainly willing to resort to extortion, lies and manipulation, but their success also lies in exceptional organizing abilities. Training in organization revolves around Neimoidia's mass hives and huge fungus farms. Neimoidian young are placed in a community hive where they are forced to combat their siblings for food and other necessities. The weak die, since the strong hoard food and resources. This is said to be the source of their characteristic greed a corrupt nature. The Neimoidians do not view themselves as wicked, but rather focused on being the best they can be in their society. The Trade Federation army is employed only when "future customers" do not realize their "best interest" in trading with Neimoidians, on Neimoidian terms.[citation needed] NGC 4414, a typical spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenices, is about 56,000 light years in diameter and approximately 60 million light years distant. ... The Battle or Invasion of Naboo refers to a pre-Clone Wars conflict in the fictional Star Wars universe that occurred on the peaceful planet Naboo shortly after the Invasion of Theed (Naboos capital city) in which the organisation called the Trade Federation sent an army of battle droids... Urticaria or Hives is a relatively common form of allergic reaction that causes. ... Divisions Chytridiomycota Deuteromycota Zygomycota Glomeromycota Ascomycota Basidiomycota A fungus (plural fungi) is a eukaryotic organism that digests its food externally and absorbs the nutrient molecules into its cells. ...


Neimoidian culture is extremely hierarchical. Although, the monarch of the Neimoidians is never seen in the films, every Neimoidian ship carries a hologram of her. Amongst the seen Neimoidians, clothing denotes status:

  • Lott Dod wears a tall diplomatic ploov and a purple representative's mantle over a very expensive robe of Tyrian violet cloth.
  • Nute Gunray, Commanding Viceroy of the Federation army, wears a showy crested tiara and blue viceroy's collar.
  • Rune Haako, legal counsel to Nute, wears an attorney's cowl.
  • Daultay Dofine, captain of the flagship vessel for the Naboo invasion, wears a tall command officer's miter.
  • An unnamed Neimoidian wears a lavender collar identifying him as a financial officer.
  • The most exalted Neimoidians rank a walking mechno-chair. Neither comfortable nor practical, mechno-chairs are very expensive beetle-like seats which can carry a lazy Neimoidian or project hologram transmissions. Neimoidians also employ a number of prestigious protocol droids, including the brilliantly silver TC-14. TC-14 is kept docile through frequent memory wipes and is employed to distract guests while the Neimoidians devise manipulation strategies.[citation needed]

In contrast to the rare and showy technology of the Neimoidian elite, the battle forces of the Neimoidians are mechanically advanced, but cheaply mass-produced. An emphasis is placed on massive, intimidating numbers of mindless battle droids controlled through a central computer. This unquestioning reliance on a central control is what will ultimately spell failure for the mechanized army. It is rumored that the characteristic battle droid body was modled after the shrivled and decayed corpses of the Neimoidian race, making them a true apparition of death.[citation needed] Though it is revealed in Episode II, that their form more closely resembles that of vaguely insectine natives of Geonosis where they are mass produced. Lott Dod is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... A Mantle is a layer of the Earth below the crust and above the core. ... Tyrian may refer to any of the following: Tyrian is a name for the ancient Phoenician city of Tyre. ... Nute Gunray (?? - 19 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... Beauty pageant tiara A tiara (from Persian تاره tara borrowed by Latin as tiara) is a form of crown. ... Generally, a collar is something which goes around the neck. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars characters from Separatist-affiliated factions, including the Corporate Alliance, Trade Federation, and the Techno Union. ... A Roman Catholic monk wearing a cowl The cowl (from the Latin, cuculla) is a long, outer garment, with wide sleeves, worn by Catholic monks when participating in the liturgy. ... Daultay Dofine is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... This article is about the ceremonial head-dress; see also mitre (disambiguation). ... C-3PO, a protocol droid that appeared in all six episodes of the Star Wars movies A protocol droid is a type of robot in the Star Wars fictional universe. ... This article is about minor droids in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... By the mid 20th century humans had achieved a level of technological mastery sufficient to leave the surface of the planet for the first time and explore space. ... Mass production is the production of large amounts of standardised products on production lines. ... Droids attack on Naboo. ... A Lego RCX Computer is an example of an embedded computer used to control mechanical devices. ... Episode II was the first mainstream album by Safri Duo, a percussion duo from Denmark that released six classical albums before its breakthrough with the hit Played-A-Live, the opening track of the album. ... Geonosis is a fictional planet from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. ...


Much as the Imperial Officers were given British accents, some Neimoidians have been given Asian accents. This accent has been interpreted as stereotypically Chinese by some. Their accents, ornate robes, and sneaky, greedy nature has led some to see Neimodians as Chinese racial stereotypes, although is only based on a few Neimoidians in Episode I, and not on the bulk of them seen throughout the entire movie series. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... World map showing the location of Asia. ...


Nelvaanian

Nelvaanians are a race of blue-furred, canine-muzzled humanoids introduced in Season 3 of the animated series Star Wars: Clone Wars. They live on the planet Nelvaan on the Outer Rim. All of their warrior braves were captured by Techno-Union scientists and were physically and mentally mutated, in order to try and create perfect cyborg soldiers for the CIS. During the Liberation of Nelvaan, Anakin Skywalker, who was referred to by the race as "Holt Kezed" ("Ghost Hand" in their language), would free them as he destroyed the Separatist base. Following this, Anakin killed all Techno-Union scientists there and managed to bring the mutated Nelvaanians back to their tribe. Star Wars: Clone Wars (November 7, 2003 - present) is an animated Star Wars television series that chronicles the Clone Wars between the Republic under Chancellor Palpatine and the Confederacy of Independent Systems under Count Dooku. ... Nelvaan; is a fictional planet inside in the Star Wars universe. ... Anakin Skywalker (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


On a behind-the-scenes note, the name "Nelvaanian" may be a reference to Nelvana, the Canadian animation company who produced the Star Wars: Droids and Star Wars: Ewoks animated features for Lucasarts. Nelvana's logo is a blue polar bear. Nelvana logo Nelvana logo from 1985-1996 Nelvana is a Canadian company that produces childrens animation and other series. ...


Neti

The Neti were a race of tree like beings from Myrkr. Jedi Master Ood Bnar was a Neti.[citation needed] Myrkr is a fictional planet in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Nikto

When the planet Kintan suffered some changes because of the explosion of a nearby star, evolution on the planet created five sub-branches of the same species, the Niktos: Kajain'sa'niktos (Red Niktos, from the desert); Kadas'sa'niktos (Green Niktos, from the woods); Esral'sa'niktos (Mountain Niktos); Gluss'sa'Niktos (Pale Niktos, from the coast); M'shento'su'nikto (Southern Niktos).[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


When the Hutts were waging a war against Xim the Despot, they looked for help on some planets. Hutts asked Niktos to become part of their army. Niktos thought it was some kind of sacred war and they signed a treaty so that Niktos will be slaves of the Hutts forever. After defeating Xim, Niktos still serve the Hutts. There are many Niktos serving Jabba the Hutt in the movie Return of the Jedi.[citation needed] This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... Xim the Despot (died c. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ...


The name Nikto comes from sci-fi famous quote, "Klaatu barada nikto." An example of a Nikto Jedi is Fi-Ek Sirch who fought and died at the Battle of Geonosis. Sartochi Ramora was another Nitko Jedi who fought at the battle of Geonosis. He is also one of the few Jedi that have fallen to the Dark Side. One of the Niktos in Jabba's court was named Klaatu. See also Klatoonian and The Day the Earth Stood Still. The phrase Klaatu barada nikto originates from the 1951 Cold-War-era science fiction film The Day The Earth Stood Still. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders Yoda Mace Windu Luminara Unduli Obi-Wan Kenobi Kit Fisto Ki-Adi-Mundi Aayla Secura Eeth Koth Plo Koon Shaak Ti Coleman Trebor Agen Kolar Count Dooku Poggle the Lesser Nute Gunray Wat Tambor Shu Mai Sevrance Tann San Hill Other... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ... Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock band in the late 1970s and early 1980s. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The Day the Earth Stood Still is a 1951 science fiction film which tells the story of a humanoid alien who comes to Earth to warn its leaders not to take their conflicts into space, or they will face lethal consequences. ...


Noghri

Noghri are primitive humanoid species. They have steely gray skin, and are extremely skilled assassins due to their innate abilities at stealth and hand-to-hand combat. They are much like the Wookiee species culturally, in that they respect honor above all else. A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


They are natives of the planet Honoghr, which was ravaged by toxins from a Trade Federation core ship destroyed in a battle during the Clone Wars. Darth Vader visited the planet some time later under the guise of helping it recover from the ecological disaster, in return for most of the young males of the planet entering a bond of servitude as the personal assassins of Emperor Palpatine. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The Trade Federation invasion, and later occupation, force marches on Theed The Trade Federation is a fictional organization that exists in the Star Wars universe at the time of the Galactic Republic. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ... Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ...


The Noghri remained in service to the Galactic Empire after the death of Palpatine. About five years after the death of the Emperor, Grand Admiral Thrawn ordered the Noghri to kidnap the pregnant Leia Organa Solo. Realizing that neither she nor her children would be truly safe as long as the Noghri served the Empire, she went to Honoghr in order to convince the Noghri to leave the Empire's service. She was able to use the fact that she was the daughter of Darth Vader to convince the Noghri that the Empire had been lying to them and kept them in virtual slavery for many years. As a result, the Noghri turned against the Empire. Grand Admiral Thrawn died when his Noghri bodyguard Rukh turned on him and stabbed him. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Grand Admiral Thrawn is a fictional character from the Star Wars galaxy. ... Her Royal Highness, Princess Leia Organa of Alderaan (born in 19 BBY), born Leia Amidala Skywalker, is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe played by Aiden Barton in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, actress Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Episodes IV-VI, and by Ann...


Following the death of Thrawn, the Noghri came into the service of the New Republic. They helped resettle the Noghri to other planets (including Wayland) to give Honoghr time to heal. Leia and her entire family became very highly respected figures in Noghri society. The Nogrhi saved the Solo family from a Yuuzhan Vong strike force.[citation needed] The New Republic (officially The New Galactic Republic) is a fictional government in Star Wars. ...


The Noghri appear extensively in the Thrawn trilogy of novels, written by Timothy Zahn. Timothy Zahn (born September 1, 1951) is a science fiction novelist. ...


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Omwati

Although the Omwati are not a branch of humanity, the differences are extremely small. The Omwati skin is a bluish color and their eyes are generally blue or black. The size of an adult Omwati borders that of a human, although their morphology is typically slightly frailer with regard to females. There are very few Omwati with a stout physiology. Their most striking characteristic is their "hair" which appears to be made of small, diaphanous feathers of an iridescent color. Omwati do not have any other hair.[citation needed]


Qui Xux is perhaps the best-known member of the Omwati species. She was a researcher at the Imperial Maw Installation and a principle designer of the Death Star. The Rogue Jedi Kyp Durron ripped her memories of both this technology and her past from her mind.[citation needed] Kyp (Zeth) Durron is a fictional character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Ongree

The Ongree are a bizarre looking species from the Skustell Cluster. The Jedi Pablo-Jill was an Ongree.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ...


Ortoloan

The Ortoloans are a race of blue-skinned creatures with long snouts, not all that different from a small elephant. One example is Max Rebo, head of The Max Rebo Band, contracted to play in Jabba the Hutt's Tatooine palace. Possessing a love of food and music, these small aliens are also adept at surviving the frigid temperatures of their homeworld Orto.[citation needed] Genera and Species Elephantidae (the elephants) is a family of pachyderm, and the only remaining family in the order Proboscidea. ... List of minor Star Wars Jedi characters List of minor Sith characters List of minor Rebel characters in Star Wars Minor villains in Star Wars Minor droids in Star Wars Minor bounty hunters in Star Wars Minor residents of Tatooine Miscellaneous minor characters in Star Wars This is a disambiguation...


Oswaft

Large manta-ray like creatures that were encountered by Lando Calrissian during his early adventures in the Outer Rim. They live in a nebula called ThonBoka where they are nourished by nutrients from their sun. They live in the vacuum of space and have the unusual ability to travel through hyperspace for short distances. If an Oswaft is deprived of nutrients from a star for too long it will turn transparent and die.[citation needed]


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Pa'lowick

The Pa'lowick are native to the swampy world of Lowick. They have bulbous bodies supported by long, reed-thin legs. A Pa'lowick's eyes are on short stalks that jut from their heads, their mouths are located at the end of a long, thin probiscus. Lowick is not a technologically advanced world, and most Pa'lowick do not leave. Other species travel to Lowick to mine the rare, and beautiful Lowickian firegems.[citation needed] A notable Pa'lowick is Sy Snootles, the singer of the Max Rebo band.


Pau'an

Pau'ans are the taller of the two species native to Utapau. They have deeply lined, ash-colored faces, gaunt builds, and wear thick, tightly fitting clothes. The following are lists of fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Offworlders nickname them the Ancients due to their lifespan, reported to be several centuries long. They originally inhabited the surface, but climatic changes increased the ferocity of hyperwind storms to unbearable levels, and they were forced to relocate to the sinkholes.[citation needed]


Upon first contact with the Utai, they taught their shorter brethren the secrets of wind power generation, as part of a cultural and technological exchange that benefited both cultures. Over time, the Pau'ans found themselves in control of the planet's cities and administration, a task the Utai seemed ready to hand over to them. Pau'ans are generally seen as the public face of Utapau to outsiders.[citation needed]


Phlog

The Phlogs are peaceful giants living on planet Genesia.[citation needed]


Priapulin

The Priapulin are a caterpillar-looking species from the planet Pria. They need to be in water almost all the time and can see in all directions at all times. One Priapulin is Charza Kwinn.[citation needed] The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Charza Kwinn was a caterpillar looking Priapulin Space pirate and pilot during the times of the Old Republic. ...


Psadan

One of the indigenous races of the planet Wayland. This race appeared in the last novel of the Thrawn trilogy by Timothy Zahn. In The Last Command, they are one of the races that the cloned and insane Jedi master Joruus C'Baoth kept under his rule at the foot of Mount Tantiss. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Grand Admiral Thrawn is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe who first appeared in the Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire trilogy of novels, set five years after the time of Return of the Jedi. ... Timothy Zahn (born September 1, 1951) is a science fiction novelist. ... The Last Command can refer to: The Last Command (film) A book in the Thrawn trilogy This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... Joruus CBaoth (70 BBY-9 ABY this is disputed though, as he was cloned after 27 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


P'w'eck

The P'w'ecks are a warm-blooded, dinosaur-like species similar in appearance to the Ssi-Ruuk but with lower intelligence, smaller size, short tails and drooping eyes. The Ssi-Ruuk have dominated the P'w'ecks for thousands of years, enslaving and controlling their lives. They are used as slaves, guards and beasts of burden and perform the lowest jobs in Ssi-Ruuvi society.[citation needed] This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... For other uses, see Slavery (disambiguation). ...


Notable P'w'ecks include Lwothin, a leader of the P'w'eck Emancipation Movement.[citation needed]


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Quarren

Quarrens or Qarrens are a species of aquatic humanoids that share the planet of Mon Calamari with another sentient aquatic species, the Mon Calamari, from which the planet is named. They are more introverted than their neighbors, preferring the deep water to the surface and rarely inviting guests to their domain. They resemble humanoids with squid like heads. In the fictional Star Wars universe, the planet Mon Calamari is the home planet of the Mon Calamari and the Quarren. ... This is a list of species and races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


During the Clone Wars, the Quarren Isolation League attempted to isolate Mon Calamari from the rest of the galaxy. They were eventually defeated during the Battle of Mon Calamari where Clone SCUBA troopers under the command of Kit Fisto defeated them and their Separatist allies. Notable Quarren include Tessek, who escaped Mon Calamari to work for Jabba the Hutt on Tatooine. The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... In the fictional Star Wars, the Quarren Isolation League was an organisation in Mon Calamari that allied itself with the Confederacy of Independent Systems. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the planet Mon Calamari is the home planet of the Mon Calamari and the Quarren. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Quarren Isolation League (Confederacy of Independent Systems) Commanders Kit Fisto Tikkes Strength Clone SCUBA troopers Mon Calamari Knights Kit Fisto LAAT gunships Acclamator-class Assault Transports Manta droid subfighters Trade Federation Sub-Carriers Mini-Subs Quarren Crab Cannon battle droids super battle droids Merai Quarren artillery Quarren... The clone SCUBA trooper is a fictional soldier from the Star Wars saga, created for the Clone Wars micro-series. ... Kit Fisto is a character from the Star Wars universe, who appeared in the prequel movies Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, as well as the Clone Wars animated series. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


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Quermian

As race of sentient invertebrates, related to the Xexto of Troiken, the Quermian are a species native to the planet Quermia. They have two brains (one in the head and another in the chest cavity), a long thin neck, six spindly limbs. Their sensitive olfactory glands are located in their hands and they are born with a natural talent in telepathy and mind control. Among the more noticeable of this species would be Jedi Master Yarael Poof. He served on one of the last Jedi High Councils and was present when Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn presented Anakin Skywalker to the Jedi Council for training. The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... Qui-Gon Jinn (92 – 32 BBY) was a Jedi Master character in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the Star Wars fictional universe, the Skywalker family is the family started by Shmi Skywalker on Tatooine. ... The Jedi High Council is an institution from the Star Wars series of films. ...


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Raddan

Raddans are a species of humanoids with lion-like facial features.


Rancor

Rancors are among the most fearsome creatures in the galaxy. Huge, strong and voracious, they have few natural predators and are extraordinarily difficult to kill. Rancors are protected by a thick hide that has proven to be resistant to blasters and many other weapons. Rancors have rudimentary intelligence and can even be trained to recognize a master, but they are rarely domesticated. The creatures are also found in the Ottethan system. It has arms with immense claws and sharp fangs. Rancors are bipedal creatures with extremely long arms and an appetite for raw flesh. The rancors on Dathomir have proven stronger and more intelligent then their cousins. The Dathomir Rancor can, in fact, be tamed and used as a mount, although only the Witches of Dathomir have proven successful in this endeavor.


Jabba the Hutt housed an untamed rancor beneath his throne room, where many of Jabba's enemies met their deaths. The towering monster was killed by Luke Skywalker when the Jedi was forced into the beast's lair.


- Homeworld: Unknown, possibly Dathomir - Height: 5 to 10 Meter - Diet: Carnivore


Rakata

Main article: Rakata (Star Wars)

The Rakata are an amphibian-humanoid species, who ruled an Infinite Empire of 500 worlds, several thousand years before the formation of the Republic. This race went into decline due to the combination of a civil war and genetic plague. Spoiler warning: A Rakata Rakata Elder The Rakata are a fictional species from the Star Wars universe video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003). ... The Infinite Empire is a fictional political entity from the Star Wars universe video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003). ...


Ranat

Ranat are a species of humanoids with a rat-like appearance. A song from the Max Reebo Band is dedicated to them known as "Kick That Ranat".


Rashap

Referenced only briefly, the Rashap seem to be a common scapegoat for the galaxy's most basic worries. They are blamed for any unsolved theft, murder, rape, or other brutal crime. They are depicted as greasy hunched-over humanoids with constant fidgets and a petty, thrifty nature. Their home world is not metioned, but it is implied that they travel from planet to planet, "polluting different races with their black seed."


Rodian

Rodians are a race of green, antenna-sporting, bug-eyed humanoids from the planet Rodia. The Rodians are born hunters; they killed most of the wildlife and grew restless with the lack of creatures and began to hunt each other in gladiatorial combat, until the Republic found them. Many continued to hunt as bounty hunters; the most notable specimen was Greedo, the bounty hunter shot by Han Solo in the Mos Eisley cantina in the original Star Wars movie (A New Hope). A young Rodian named Wald (played by Warwick Davis), a friend of Anakin Skywalker, appears in The Phantom Menace. In Attack of the Clones, Rodians are represented by Senator Onaconda Farr, and Palpatine's aide Dar Warc. The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... In a broad definition a republic is a state or country that is led by people who do not base their political power on any principle beyond the control of the people of that state or country. ... List of minor Star Wars Jedi characters List of minor Sith characters List of minor Rebel characters in Star Wars Minor villains in Star Wars Minor droids in Star Wars Minor bounty hunters in Star Wars Minor residents of Tatooine Miscellaneous minor characters in Star Wars This is a disambiguation... Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... Mos Eisley is a spaceport town on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... Warwick Davis Warwick Davis (born February 3, 1970, Epsom, Surrey, England) is an actor noted for being short — he is three feet six inches (about one meter) tall. ... Anakin Skywalker (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace is a 1999 film by George Lucas starring Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, and Jake Lloyd. ... Film poster for Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) is the fifth Star Wars science fiction movie released and the second part of the prequel trilogy which began with Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. ...


The Hutt colonization of Rodia brought changes to the Rodian race. Old Rodian slowly ceased to be a written and spoken language. Huttese was adopted as the official language and soon came to be spoken by the Rodians.


Some Rodians are enlisted in the public service of the Hutts and tend to fare better than others of their race. Any association with the Hutts often brings great rewards but sometimes can bring heavy consequences.


The systems of Varl and Rodia were represented in the Senate by Rodians.


Ryn

Ryn are a humanoid race. Their bodies are covered in fur that primarily grows in a short fuzz all around, with the exception of their human-like hair and the human-like mustaches on the men. They also have prehensile tails, excellent for grasping things. The Ryn are something of the Gypsies of Star Wars, and are clearly based on them. They are nomadic, with no knowledge of their original homeworld, and are either hated, ignored, or quietly despised in every corner of the Galaxy, notably such areas as the Corporate Sector, are fond of dance, song, and the enjoyment of life. A peculiar habit of theirs is that a Ryn cannot sleep in the same location twice. The Corporate Sector Authority is the government of a free enterprise fiefdom known as the Corporate Sector in the Star Wars galaxy that was formed in 490 BBY to free the Republic lawmakers and the Corporate moneymakers from their differences. ...


They apparently once had an impressive warrior tradition on their homeworld, but that was, save for their tendency to fight tenaciously, apparently lost, although Sabacc, the popular card game that took the place of Pazaak in terms of card game prominence, is derived from their use of it as a fortune telling tool in their auguries. These auguries are today favored by Hutts, who have a superstitious belief in the card tellings (that may not be entirely unjustified when the Force comes into play.) Sabacc is a card game of luck and skill popular throughout the galaxy in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Pazaak is a game played in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ... The Force in George Lucas Star Wars films is a (fictional) mystical power which is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders. ...


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Saffa

The Saffa's main contribution is an important art form, the Saffa paintings, which were created after the Saffa made contact with the Thennqora. One of the few mentions of these paintings is in the book Heir to the Empire, where it is seen being projected around Grand Admiral Thrawn's chair and is mentioned when Thrawn asks Admiral Pellaeon what he knows about art and then precedes to give him a quick lesson about the importance of art in understanding a species. The Saffa form painting reached its height approximately 1550-2200 years ago. Heir to the Empire is the first book in a trilogy of novels known as The Thrawn Trilogy, all written by renowned Star Wars author, Timothy Zahn. ... Grand Admiral Thrawn is a fictional character from the Star Wars galaxy. ... Grand Admiral Gilad Pellaeon is a fictional character from the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Sanyassan

The Sanyassan Marauders were a savage group of reptilian humanoids with gray-green skin originally from the planet Sanyassa that crash landed sometime in the past on the forest moon of Endor. Led by their brutal leader King Terak, they were always searching for a way to get off Endor. However, their ship was beyond repair since they had destroyed it long ago. Terak thought that a mystical Power would make them rulers of the Galaxy. During a raid on Bright Tree Village, Wicket W. Warrick's hometown, they captured many Ewoks including Wicket. They also captured Cindel Towani and killed the rest of her family. // Radatous Radatous is only known for its great shield generators and ancient Jedi training camps. ... In the fictional universe of Star Wars, the forest moon of Endor, also known as Sanctuary Moon, is a moon which is home to the Ewoks and above which the second Death Star was constructed in Return of the Jedi. ... This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ... In the Hebrew Bible, Endor is the Canaanite village where the witch of Endor lived. ... Wicket Wystri Warrick is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe. ... In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ... Cindel Towani is a fictional character in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Wicket and Cindel escaped from the marauders' fearsome prison cart and found their way to the home of Noa Briqualon. Eventually the Marauders were defeated and their king killed. This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, who do not fit into any other category. ...


Saurin

Saurin are a priestal species, one of the two inhabitant races of the planet Bimmiel.


Selkath

Selkath are the native species of the planet Manaan. An aquatic species, they are very good swimmers and have the ability to breathe out of water. They resemble anthropomorphic catfish and have aqua-colored skin. In ancient times, their ancestors were slaves to the Rakata. Their planet has only one city above land, the capital, Ahto City, and it is the position of the Selkath to remain neutral in times intergalactic conflict. Their laws are very harsh, and it is common for violence or attempts to compromise Manaan's neutrality to be punished by death. But some believed if the Sith won the Jedi Civil War, they would conquer Manaan. So, they made an agreement with the Republic to build a facility right at the kolto source. All members of the Selkath race have venom-tipped, retractable claws. Similar to the Wookiees, the use of these claws in any form of combat is considered dishonorable and a sign of madness. A large, female Firaxan Shark, known as the Progenitor, is seen as either a deity, or even an early evolutionary step in the Selkath chain. This belief is similar to that of a mother Earth goddess, or mother "ocean" goddess in this case. After the events in Knights of the Old Republic, a Force tradition known as the Order of Shasa arose among the Selkath. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Look up aquatic in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Spoiler warning: A Rakata Rakata Elder The Rakata are a fictional species from the Star Wars universe video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (2003). ... A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ...


The population of the Selkath has always been low, even in times of prosperity, but there was a greater proportion of Force-sensitives compared to other species. The members of the Order act as seers, advisors, and elite military leaders in times of war. Their main weapon is a fira, a curved sword, similar to a scimitar, constructed of Cortosis and as part of initiation in the Order of Shasa. Some time after the Battle of the Star Forge, the source of Kolto dried up for reasons unknown and foreign groups abandoned Ahto City and the Selkath. As such, the Selkath gradually reverted to primitive ways, and abandoned Ahto City. When the Empire returned centuries later, Ahto City was revived, but the Selkath were enslaved. As in many other examples of racism, the Empire polluted the oceans of Manaan and wrecked the environment. Darth Vader himself came to the planet, and soon started a quiet, but bloody, revolt of the Selkath against the Empire. However, he told several Force-sensitive Selkath warriors and Shasan Adepts of when and where to strike the Imperial Stormtrooper patrols. It is currently unknown whether the Empire put down this revolt, left the planet, or even didn't care. A scimitar with a large blade (kilij) This article refers to the scimitar sword. ... Cortosis is a rare mineral from the Star Wars Expanded universe. ... The Battle of The Star Forge occured after Revan and the crew of his ship, the Ebon Hawk Crash landed on the unknown oceanic planet, inhabited by the former rulers of the galaxy, the Rakata, which was the closest to the Star Forge. ... Kolto is a fictional substance from the Star Wars Universe, the precursor to the medical fluid bacta. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ... Imperial stormtroopers are extensively trained shock troops in the fictional Star Wars universe under command of the Galactic Empire. ...


Selonian

A furred, burrowing species from the Corellian System, Selonians resemble giant weasels or otters in appearance. Most Selonians are infertile females; one in every 100 is a male, and 5 in 100 are fertile females. Selonians live in clans, always headed by a female. Although they do possess advanced technology, they usually stay on-planet. This is a list of the planetary systems and star systems in the fictional Star Wars galaxy. ... Alternate uses: Weasel (disambiguation) Species Mustela africana Mustela altaica Mustela erminea Mustela eversmannii Mustela felipei Mustela frenata Mustela kathiah Mustela lutreola Mustela lutreolina Mustela nigripes Mustela nivalis Mustela nudipes Mustela putorius Mustela sibirica Mustela strigidorsa Mustela vison Weasels are mammals in the genus Mustela of the Mustelidae family. ...


Sharu

A believed-extinct species, the Sharu were once considered quite advanced. Several years before the destruction of the Death Star, it was revealed they weren't extinct at all, but hiding as the Toka.


Shi'ido

A very human-like species of aliens sometimes confused with Clawdites because of their ability to change form. The only known Shi'ido in the Expanded Universe series though is Hoole Mammon in the Galaxy of Fear series, who is the mysterious uncle of Tash and Zak Arranda (both of which are Humans) after the destruction of Alderaan.


Shistavanen

Colloquially nicknamed "wolfmen," the Shistavanen appear just that way. Their homeworld is Uvena Prime, one of many habitable planets in the Uvena system. Their bodies are covered in dark hair and they have intimidating, glowing red eyes and sharp fangs. They have very well developed senses, making them extremely good hunters. Like the Wookiees, the Shistavanen are naturally well-suited to work as scouts, but unlike the Wookiees, are more commonly employed by the Empire. Shistavenens are a very xenophobic race who do not like outsiders interfering with their business. Most Shistavanens are aggressive to other races but some are less xenophobic and more sociable, although they are a minority. The race has not been much developed even in the Expanded Universe, an exception being Rogue Squadron's Riv Shiel, but one is visible in the Mos Eisley cantina in A New Hope. This one, Lak Sivrak, was also at one stage a member of the Rebel Alliance, eventually 'dying' when his X-Wing crashlanded on the Forest Moon of Endor. His story is told in "Tales From the Mos Eisley Cantina" as "One Last Night in the Mos Eisley Cantina", co-authored by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens. Jedi Master Voolvif Monn is an example of this species. A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... Xenophobia means fear of strangers or the unknown and comes from the Greek ξενοφοβια, xenophobia, literally meaning fear of the strange. It is often used to describe fear of or dislike of foreigners, but racism in general is sometimes described as a form of xenophobia, as are such prejudices as... Splinter of the Minds Eye, 1978 The Expanded Universe (also known as the EU) encompasses all of the officially licensed, fictional background of the Star Wars universe, outside of the six feature films produced by George Lucas. ... The Rogue Squadron crest Rogue Squadron is an elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Riv Shiel Riv Shiel is a Shisteavenen or wolfman as they galaxywide have earned the nickname, theyre very much like werewolves in the sense that they walk on to legs and resemble a wolf. ... Mos Eisley is a spaceport town on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe. ... This movie poster for Star Wars depicts many of the films important elements, such as Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters Star Wars, retitled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981 (see note at Title,) is the original (and in chronological... In the fictional universe of Star Wars, the forest moon of Endor, also known as Sanctuary Moon, is a moon which is home to the Ewoks and above which the second Death Star was constructed in Return of the Jedi. ...


Sith

Long extinct, the Sith was the native species of the planet Ziost. They had red skin and tentacle 'beards', and had a natural talent for mastering the Force. Naturally cruel and manipulative, the Sith spread throughout the outer rim in the early days of the Old Republic, eventually centering their empire on Korriban. Some time after the Great Schism several refugee Dark Jedi settled on the planet. Amazing the Sith with their mastery of the Force, the fallen Jedi soon elevated themselves to god-like status, becoming the rulers of the Sith. As the centuries passed, interbreeding occurred between the human Dark Jedi and the Sith, creating a half-species with an enormous talent for manipulating the Force. This species, which were also called Sith, had red skin like the original Sith. A prominent member of this half-species was the Sith Lord Marka Ragnos. The half-Sith species is also considered extinct. // Wayland Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire novel. ... Darth Vader and the Emperor (Darth Sidious) Within the fictional Star Wars universe, the term Sith is used to describe two separate but related groups. ... In the Expanded Universe of Star Wars, Marka Ragnos was a Dark Lord of the Sith c. ...


The name 'Sith' was adopted by their Dark Jedi rulers, and has later been used by numerous fallen Jedi organizations.


Skakoan

The atmosphere in Skako is extremely dense, so Skakoans evolved to survive under great pressures. When a Skakoan leaves Skako, he/she decompresses and dies in any low-pressure environment. Thus, they wear special protective suits. Very few non-Skakoans have seen a Skakoan without the suit. The Skakoans were relatively unknown in the galaxy, except for their control of the Techno Union, an important union of engineers and scientists. Atmosphere is the general name for a layer of gases that may surround a material body of sufficient mass. ... The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view. ...


Snivvian

Coming from Cadomai, Snivvians are short humanoids with protruding jaws and short fangs, sometimes called Snaggletooths. Because they come from a cold world, evolution gave them thick skin instead of fur. They are excellent scouts and trackers, and also obsessive artists. Frequently, a Snivvian author will research his or her characters to an extreme level, sometimes with great risk. When two twin males are born, one of them is always a psychotic genius, so they try to control their genetics. // Caamas Main article: Caamas Caamas is a toxic planet in the Cirius System that was formerly a highly populated habitable world, until the Empire bombarded it shortly after the Clone Wars, killing nearly all the inhabitants of the planet. ... For professional sport scouts, see Scout (sport). ... Tracker is the generic term for a class of software music sequencers which, in their purest form, allow the user to arrange sound samples stepwise on a timeline across several monophonic channels. ... Fraternal twin boys in the tub Twins in animal biology is a case of multiple birth in which the mother gives birth to two offspring from the same pregnancy. ... Psychosis is a psychiatric classification for a mental state in which the perception of reality is distorted. ... A genius is a person with distinguished mental abilities. ...


They are a race similar in feature to Trandoshans and considered a sociopathic species. This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... Antisocial personality disorder (APD) is a personality disorder which is often characterised by antisocial and impulsive behaviour. ...


Squib

A species from Skor II, Squibs are known for collecting knickknacks and for their love of trading/haggling. These fox-like creatures stand about a meter tall, with large, doe-like eyes and short fur ranging from red to blue in color. The Squibs evolved on Skor II, a world blessed with nearly limitless resources. These resources, however, were widely distributed across the planet. Consequently, the Squibs developed a sophisticated system of barter and trade as different Squib tribes exchanged goods with one another. Another interesting evolutionary trait is the Squib fur, which acts as a taste and smell receptor, enabling a Squib to examine an object by touching it and rubbing it against his or her fur. Squibs are generally confident, gregarious, and annoyingly curious. They tend to run into a situation to examine virtually anything without any regard to possible danger to themselves. Their fast-paced metabolisms make them a bundle of energy, and they are often regarded as flighty by other beings. // Radatous Radatous is only known for its great shield generators and ancient Jedi training camps. ... // Radatous Radatous is only known for its great shield generators and ancient Jedi training camps. ...


Ssi-Ruuk

Main article: Ssi-Ruuk

The Ssi-Ruuk are a saurian race that invaded from the 'Unknown Regions' of the galaxy in the novel immediately following Return of the Jedi, The Truce at Bakura. The Ssi-ruuk are a fictional reptilian race from the outermost areas of the galaxy in the Star Wars Expanded Universe novel The Truce at Bakura. ... Movie poster Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi, is a science fiction film that debuted in 1983, and re-released with changes in 1997 and 2004. ... // Description coming soon. ...


Sullustan

See main article: Sullustan

Sullustans are affable, gregarious creatures known for their jowled faces and chattering language. Planet Sullust is a barren, volcanic world smothered by a heavy toxic cloud. Sullustans thrive in tunnels deep beneath the planet surface where they have constructed highly advanced, startlingly beautiful cities. Wealthy sightseers from halfway across the galaxy tour the hot springs of Sullust and enjoy exotic delicacies such as "drutash grubs" (which are best served with omaton sauce). A Sullustan pilot, Ten Numb. ...


Evolving in a network dark, mazelike warrens imbued the species with an unfailing sense of direction. Once a Sullustan has traveled a path, the way is never forgotten. This innate skill even extends to hyper-space, making Sullustans prized as star navigators and explorers.


SoroSuub, one of the galaxy's largest manufacturing conglomerates, is based on Sullust and employs half of the population in its mining, production and packaging departments. The company makes hundreds of products, from injecto-kit shoes and battle armor to the XP-38 landspeeder. SoroSuub is an ardent supporter of the Galactic Empire, and has taken great pains to ensure that its legion of Sullustan workers never breathes a word of dissent. Even so, many Sullustans have taken issue with this policy, and have shared their loyalty with the Rebel Alliance.


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Tarentians

Tarento is the home planet of the Tarentians, a humanoid race. The only physiological difference between the Tarentains and other humanoids is their ability to hold their breath for extended periods of time while still performing almost any activity. The Tarentians rule their planet by a Democratic monarchy. The planet of Tarento's surface is mainly covered in water, with the exceptions of three islands, the largest of which houses a government-controlled military research facility. The Tarentians are known for their extrodinary talents in the area of technological design which is immense compared to most other races'. The research facility experimented with cloning; however, they never reached the level of the proficiency that the Kaminoans possessed. Most Tarentians live in large underwater domed cities. The most well known Tarentian was the great Jedi Master Uh-Ku Ozier, a professor of knowledge at the Jedi Academy on Ossus before its destruction.


Talz

The Talz are a furry race with two distinct sets of eyes: one for day vision, and one for night vision. They are generally peaceful and pacifistic creatures, but were forced into slave labor by the Empire.


Foul Moudama was a Talz Jedi Master who died protecting Chancellor Palpatine from General Grievous. The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ... Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ... General Grievous (born Qymaen jai Sheelal) is a villain from the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Tchuukthai

The Tchuukthai, also called Wharls, are quadrupedal predators from an undiscovered planet. They are sentient, but most people in the galaxy consider them to be mere legendary beasts. The secretive Tchuukthai do nothing to discourage this belief; if anything, they enhance it with their displays of ferocity. The Tchuukthai are unable to speak Basic, and very few are ever seen off their home planet. Jedi Master Thon was a Tchuukthai. The fictional universe of Star Wars is a multilingual one, in which it is common to have either a passive or active understanding of many multiple languages from numerous alien races and cultures. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... This article is about Ancient Jedi from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe, which existed roughly 4000 BBY Spoiler warning: // Atris Main article: Atris Atris is a white-haired female Jedi Master from the videogame Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ...


Teek

Teeks are rodentlike, simian creatures that live in the forest moon of Endor. They were first mentioned in The Illustrated Star Wars Universe book. They have a reputation of scavenging and stealing from animal nests and Ewok dwellings. Families See Classification Section The order Rodentia is the most numerous of the branches on the mammal family tree. ... In the fictional universe of Star Wars, the forest moon of Endor, also known as Sanctuary Moon, is a moon which is home to the Ewoks and above which the second Death Star was constructed in Return of the Jedi. ... In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ...


Teeks have long, pointed ears, scruffy white fur, and beady black eyes. They communicate by constant chattering. They wear clothes with many belts, pouches and pockets for the things they have managed to steal.


Teevan

Teevans are a flexible species. One famous Teevan was Tru Veld. The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi apprentices, or Padawans. For more information, please see List of minor Star Wars Jedi knights and List of minor Star Wars Jedi masters. ...


Telbun

A Telbun is a middle class human from the Kuat system. This person is chosen by one of the great merchant families to parent a child with a Kuati noble. The Kuati seen this as a way of avoiding inbreeding. The child only acknowledged the merchant house that hired the Kuati as family. The Telbun served as the child's caretaker. Because of the parental bond, the Telbun were very devoted to the child The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Thakwaash

An equine-humanoid species, the Thakwaash reside on the world of Thakwaa. horse, see Horse (disambiguation). ... // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ...


The entire Thakwaash race is afflicted with a form of dissociative identity disorder Each member possesses multiple 'minds'; each of these minds (and associated personalities) controlling a different skill or talent. Dissociative identity disorder is a diagnosis described in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Edition, Revised, as the existence in an individual of two or more distinct identities or personalities, each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment. ...


The most notable member of the Thakwaash race is Wraith Squadron pilot Hohass "Runt" Ekwesh. Wraith Squadron is a fictional elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ... Wraith Squadron is a fictional elite X-wing starfighter squadron in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Thennqora

This species influenced Saffa paintings after their initial contact several millennia ago.


Thisspiasian

Thisspiasians are a sentient serpentine species from the planet Thisspias. Master Oppo Rancisis, who sat on the Jedi Council during the Clone Wars, is the only example of a character of this species in the films. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... The Jedi High Council is an institution from the Star Wars series of films. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ...


Thrella

A peaceful race of grey furred humanoids with leathery wings that live on Mimban. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


t'landa Til

A race of quadrapedal aliens capable of manipulating human senses to create feelings of joy and contentment that are often addictive, related to the Hutt species. Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ...


Tof

Green-skinned humanoids from planet Tof, beyond the Galactic Rim, they are considered to be devoid of morals, compassion, or patience. They were ruled by monarchs, who usually possessed military experience. They are natural enemies of the Nagai and both species are usually at war. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Nagai (長井市; -shi) is a city located in Yamagata, Japan. ...


Togorians

Togorians are the felinoid inhabitants of Togoria. These tall beings, Most are over 2 metres, are covered with fur and have long slender muscles. They are described in A. C. Crispin's The Paradise Snare as very tall panther-like creatures. A Togorian male spends most of his time hunting, in pursuit of prey, they are known to use reptilian mosgoths as mounts. Once a year, male Togorians return to their city homes to mate. Female Togorians are famed for their technological proficiency. Male Togorians are often employed as pirates or bounty hunters due to their great size and power. Male Togorians will occasionally scatter crystal fragments in their thick fur, to dazzle their opponents. Subfamilies Felinae Pantherinae Acinonychinae Machairodontinae (extinct) All cats are members of the family Felidae. ... // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... Ann C. Crispin is a science fiction writer and the author of over sixteen published novels. ... The cover of The Han Solo Trilogy is a trilogy of science fiction novels set in the Star Wars galaxy 10-0 years BBY. The series serves as a prequel to the events of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ... The word Panther has several meanings: Any big cat with the condition known as melanism (causing black fur), see: Black panther Leopard Puma Jaguar Any big cat from the genus Panthera, see: Lion Tiger Leopard Jaguar Codename for Mac OS X v10. ... Orders  Crocodilia - Crocodilians scary crocodiles. ... This article is about sea pirates. ... This article lacks information on the subject matters importance. ...


Notable Togorians include Frrash,Muuurgh and Mrrov. Muurgh met Han Solo while searching for his lost love among spice traders of Ylesia. At least one of the Vigos of the Black Sun criminal organization, killed by Darth Maul,was Togorian. Han Solo (born 29 BBY), a character in the fictional Star Wars universe, is played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars film series. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, spice usually refers to an illegal narcotic or a controlled substance. ... // Wayland Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire novel. ... Flag Seal Nickname: The Olive City Location Situation of Vigo within Galicia Government Parroquias Alcabre, Beade, Bembrive, Cabral, Candeán, Castrelos, Comesaña, Coruxo, Lavadores, Matamá, Navia, Oia, Saiáns, Sampaio, Sárdoma, Valadares, Zamáns. ... Black Sun can refer to: Black Sun (book by Abbey) Black Sun (book by Goodrick-Clarke) Black Sun (film) Black Sun (album) Black Sun (Star Wars) The Black Sun, Cyric, a god in the Forgotten Realms setting Black Sun is a virtual nightclub in the novel Snow Crash by Neal... Darth Maul (54 – 32 BBY) was a fictional character (of Sith affiliation) in the Star Wars universe. ...


Terentatek

These are large, fearsome creatures, monsters of the Sith and beasts of the Dark Side. They are first mentioned in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic; a Twi'lek Jedi on Dantooine informed Revan (while he was mindwiped) of these beasts. They often enter a form of hibernation over a long period of time but awaken once the Dark Side waxes powerful. Several times the Jedi Order has called a "Great Hunt" to eradicate these beasts, but it hs never been compleatly successful. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ...


Togruta

The Togruta are species from the planet Shili. They are a humanoid race distinguished by their three lekku (similar to those of Twi'leks, and more commonly called 'head tails'), which are striped to help them blend in with their natural surroundings. Togruta possess a form of passive echolocation by means of their hollow montrals, which allows them to sense space and the proximity and movement of physical objects around them. Togruta work well in large groups, and individualism is seen as abnormal within their culture. Shaak Ti is a togrutan. The "toqurta" are known to be the barbaric pirates of the galaxy. Aayla Secura, a Twilek Jedi In the fictional Star Wars universe, Twileks (pronounced /twiː.lɛk/) are a prominent alien species. ... See: Animal echolocation: animals emitting sound waves and listening to the echo in order to locate objects or navigate. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ...


Toydarian

Toydaria is a swampy world in Hutt Space. Toydarians are short, blue-skinned mammals, with fat bodies and snouts. Their stomachs are full of helium so that they can fly when flapping their smallish wings. They have stubbly trunks on their faces that rest above their short tusks. A Toydarian's thin legs end in webbed feet and the males of the species usually show sparse whiskers. They are immune to most mind tricks caused by The Force. Watto, a slaver who owned Anakin Skywalker, is a Toydarian, as is Reti, a starfighter pilot in the Starfighter series of games. Air traffic is strictly regulated on Toydaria as the Toydarians all fly around the planet and rarely use vehicles. There are trains on the planet for other travellers. // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ... The Force in George Lucas Star Wars films is a (fictional) mystical power which is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders. ... In the Star Wars fictional universe, Watto is an on-the-ball and grumpy owner of a second-hand goods store in Mos Espa. ... Anakin Skywalker (41 BBY – 4 ABY) is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Reti is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...


Trandoshan

Trandoshan are large, reptilian humanoids from the planet Trandosha (or Dosha), they have supersensitive eyes that can see into the infrared range and the ability to regenerate lost limbs. They also shed their skin. The Trandoshans are a warlike species who allied early with the Empire and the Confederacy during the Clone Wars, taking Wookiees as slaves. They are the natural enemies of Wookies, and both Wookies and Trandoshans keep each other's skin pelts as prizes. Reptoids are often reported wearing hoods Reptilian humanoids are intelligent, supernatural, or highly developed reptile-like humanoids in mythology, popular fiction, and speculative fringe theories. ... // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... In biology, regeneration is the ability to recreate lost or damaged tissues, organs and limbs. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Galactic Empire was the regime established by then Supreme Chancellor Palpatine to replace the Galactic Republic. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Confederacy of Independent Systems is an organization that existed in the latter years of the Republic. ... The initial battle of the Clone Wars: The Battle of Geonosis ‹ The template below has been proposed for deletion. ... A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ...


Trandoshan religion consists mainly of trying to score enough Jagannath points (The name appears to derive from Jagannath, a deity from Vaishnavism), earned through bounty-hunting or slavery-based kills, to appease the main goddess, or Scorekeeper. Thus, many Trandoshans are bounty hunters or slavers, operating both inside and outside the boundaries of the law. They take particular pleasure in skinning Wookiees for their pelts. Jagannath(far right) with his brother Balarama(far left) and sister Subadra (center) in Radhadesh, Belgium Jagannath is a Sanskrit term used to describe a deity form of Krishna. ... Vaishnavism is one of the principal divisions of Hinduism. ... A Wookiee is a member of a fictional race of hairy bipeds in the Star Wars universe. ...


A notable Trandoshan is Bossk, who had a cameo role in the movies and is a longtime enemy of both Han Solo and Chewbacca the Wookiee. A member of the Trandoshan species has appeared in all of the original Star Wars trilogy. This article is about minor characters in the fictional Star Wars universe who are bounty hunters. ...


Trianii

An advanced, adventurous feline species, the Trianii inhabit the outermost portion of the Corporate Sector Authority. In many ways they are similar to the Togorians, Cathar, and Catuman Warriors. Unlike these other feline species, however, Trianii have prehensile tails and their more agile figures are perfect for leaping, jumping, and acrobatics. Like most feline species Trianii have excellent balance and eye sight. Their sleek fur comes in a wide range of colors and patterns. Trian, the Trianii homeplanet, and it's six colony worlds were the target of an attempted annexation by the Corporate Sector Authority. This annexation was repelled by the Trianii and their renowned Rangers and the Trianii remained independent and unhindered throughout the rise and fall of the Empire.


Tusken Raider

Main article: Tusken Raider

Normally referred to as Sandpeople, these nomadic desert inhabitants on Tatooine roam the Jundland Wastes, where they are often called Tusken Raiders because of their notable attack against the human settlement at Fort Tusken. The Sand People have had a deep hatred for humanity. They dress in heavy cloth robes, and have covered their heads with strips of cloth to hold a breath mask and eye protection on. Tusken Raiders (Sand People) are fictional creatures that live on the planet Tatooine in the Star Wars universe, so named from the attack on one of Tatooines first settlements, Fort Tusken. ...


They have learned how to train the banthas native to Tatooine as mounts, and a marauding group of Tuskens will ride them single file, to hide their numbers. Each raider works with the same bantha for life. When a raider's mount is killed or dies, the raider is left to wander the desert alone. If the bantha's spirit deems it so, the raider will be befriended by another bantha. Otherwise, the raider will die in the sands. On the other hand, if a Tusken is killed or dies, its bantha is turned out into the desert.


Although the Sand People are aggressive and violent by nature, they have deep-seated traditions that they cling to tightly. Young raiders are required to prove their adulthood in various physical activities, the hardest of which is the manhood ritual of hunting down a krayt dragon. While the Sand People have no written language, the most revered member of a Tusken clan is the storyteller. He knows the life-story of every member of his clan, and also knows of the clan's history. The storyteller is required to memorize the histories word-for-word, eliminating any chance for misinterpretation or distortion. Apprentice storytellers often are more hard-pressed to prove themselves than warriors, for a single mistake in reciting the histories means instant death. As violent as their nature is, Sand People stay as far from the moisture farmers as the farmers do them. There are occasional attacks on the more outlying settlements.


A few scientists have claimed the Tuskens have human origins, but the autopsies done on what little dead they leave behind have revealed distinctly engineered eyes and other non-human characteristics.


Twi'lek

Main article: Twi'lek

Twi'leks are humanoids easily distinguished by the twin tentacles that grow from their skulls. These prehensile appendages, known as "head-tails", "lekku" or "tchun-tchin," are advanced organs used for communication and cognitive functions. Like humans, Twi'leks vary greatly in appearance and have a wide variety of skin colors ranging from pale white to bright green, blue or red. Twi'leks speak Twi'leki, a language that combines verbal components with subtle head-tail movements. When they wish, they can even communicate in complete secrecy using their versatile head-tails. Aayla Secura, a Twilek Jedi In the fictional Star Wars universe, Twileks (pronounced /twiː.lɛk/) are a prominent alien species. ...


Twi'leks are native to mountainous Ryloth in the Outer Rim. Because of Ryloth's strange orbit, half of the world is trapped in perpetual darkness, while the other half remains scorched by the sun. The Twi'leks inhabit a thin band of twilight between these two extremes, living in sprawling catacomb cities just below the planet's surface. They have a relatively primitive industrial civilization, and survive on a diet of raw fungi and cow-like rycrits. Because Ryloth is relatively defenseless, the planet has long been the target of off-world slavers.


Twi'leks adhere to a familial clan government organized around a series of head clans, each consisting of five members who are born into the position. Head clans are responsible for all community decisions, but the position also has a heavy price: When one member of a clan government dies, the remaining four leaders are exiled into Ryloth's uninhabitable Bright Lands, allowing the next generation of clan leaders to assume their rightful place. Religiously, the species worships a single female deity.


Ryloth's harsh environment and turbulent history have forged Twi'leks into tough survivors. Generally nonviolent, they typically use their intelligence and cunning to achieve their goals or resolve conflicts. Noble Twi'leks may seem stoic or even aloof, while less scrupulous members of the species can be considered ruthless and manipulative.


Jedi Knight Aayla Secura and Master Zhar Lestin (Knights of the Old Republic) are Twi'leks. Aayla Secura is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ...


Tyberian

Tyberian is a race of reptilian creatures. They live on the jungle world of tyberia. They use spacecraft to battle their foes. They are carnivores and hunt other native creatures on their planet. Shortly after the sith war, the tyberian's planet was discovered by the Republic. Afterwards, they became a pro- republican planet and never thought to betray the Republic. After the Republic was dissolved by the emperor, pro-imperial settlers colonized the moon. Imperial industrialists bought their planet out from under them. After the Empire's downfall, the Tyberians did not join any other factions.


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Ubese

Ubese are humanoid creatures that are primarily called on as mercenaries or bounty hunters. Normally, they are a very aggressive people. The Ubese's home world is unknown, as they tend to be very secretive, associating only within their own circles. They have a very distinct hatred for Jedi, believing they destroyed their homeworld, thus they train with Cortosis weapons, items that can resist lightsabers, and during the events of Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords, they were employed by an Exchange thug to kill the Jedi Exile. The typical Ubese wears a protective, airtight environment suit, and is armed with usually a double bladed vibro-sword. The armor they wear In Star Wars:Knights Of The Old Republic is black with a little shine , and you cannot see their faces because they wear a helmet


Ugnaught

Ugnaughts are a race from the planet Gentes, in the Anoat system. They are humanoid-porcine in appearance, standing on average one metre tall, and possessing a lifespan of two hundred years.


Ugnaughts are on the whole a peaceful people, with a rich culture. They have a strong oral tradition, and are ruled by elected councils. Professions are handed down by bloodline; parents are responsible for teaching their children their trade.


Three tribes were recruited to live and work on Bespin's Cloud City by the Corellian Lord Ecclessis Figg, and were kept on by the succeeding administrator Lando Calrissian. When the Empire took over shortly after the Battle of Hoth, many of the Ugnaughts fled, returning after the Empire was ousted. Cloud City is a fictional floating city on Bespin, a planet in the Star Wars universe which appears in the film The Empire Strikes Back. ... Lando Calrissian (born c. ...


They are seen in The Empire Strikes Back, as well as in the games Jedi Knight, Jedi Knight II, and Star Wars: Bounty Hunter.


Umbaran

Umbarans reside on the dark world of Umbara deep within the Ghost Nebula. Umbarans have the ability to subtly influence, or control people easily. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Sly Moore, Chancellor Palpatine's Staff Aide, is an Umbaran. Sly Moore is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ... Palpatine (82 BBY – 4 ABY, spirit incapacitated 11 ABY), often referred to as the Emperor or Emperor Palpatine by characters and fans, is one of the main characters in the fictional Star Wars universe, and is the primary antagonist of the six films. ...


Unu

Unu is the name given to the main nest or hive of Killiks, a race of hive mind insectoid creatures. Unu was the hive that took in injured Jedi Raynar Thul after he crash landed on their world. Raynar eventually became UnuThul, leader of the Killiks (name from the hive's name, 'Unu' and Raynar's last name, 'Thul'). Any part of the old Raynar Thul's mind was either destroyed or buried in his own mind. The Unu and Killiks are introduced in The Dark Nest Trilogy by Troy Denning, part of the Star Wars expanded universe. The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ... A hive mind (sometimes spelled hivemind) is a form of collective consciousness strongly exhibiting traits of conformity and groupthink. ... Classes & Orders See taxonomy Insects are invertebrate animals of the Class Insecta, the largest and (on land) most widely-distributed taxon within the phylum Arthropoda. ... Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... Raynar Thul (b. ... The cover of The Joiner King, the first novel of the series. ... Troy Denning (b. ... The Expanded Universe (or EU for short) is a collection of fictional background material from the Star Wars universe that is derived from official novels, comic books, and various other media besides the movies themselves. ...


Utai

The Utai are one of the two races native to the planet Utapau. They have long eyestalks, a short body structure, two toes per foot, three fingers per hand, and brown eyes that are well adapted to dark conditions. The Utai are also known as Shorts, due to both their short stature and brief lives. They are native to the sinkholes of their home planet, being the first to colonize the walls and crevices. They are primarily working class people, responsible for large aquaculture plots and domesticating several creatures for use as transports and beasts of burden. The following are lists of fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Utai society exists side-by-side with that of the gaunt Pau'an. They have only been seen in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Where the Pau'ans are tall and thin, their Utai cousins are generally short and chubby. Utai have pale, hairless skin and large, oblong heads. Two glassy black eyes protrude on thick stalks from the Utai's face, which is otherwise unremarkable, aside from a small, puckered mouth. Utai have stubby, four-fingered hands and are capable workers and mechanics. An age ago, the Utai were the sole inhabitants of Utapau's plummeting sinkholes, living in dwellings nestled among the crevices of the rocky walls. A planetary climate change forced Utapau's other primary species, the Pau'ans, to migrate underground. The two species formed a mutually beneficial society, merging their disparate civilizations and generally living in peace. A natural hierarchy formed, with the Pau'ans well placed as the rulers and politicians of the Utapaun cities, while the more hands-on Utai served as labourers and workers. Utai also serve as the keepers of the varactyl - super-fast lizard beasts used as mounts on Utapau - and over the years have learned how to tame the creatures. The Utai were competely CG in the movie. The Pauan are one of two species native to the sinkhole world of Utapau in the movie Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. ... Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the third episode of the Star Wars film series (but the sixth film to be produced), to be released on Thursday, May 19, 2005. ... Varactyls are fictional creatures in the Star Wars universe, seen during Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. ... A computer-generated mountain Computer-generated art is art created with a computer. ...


Utapaun

The native inhabitants of Utapau can be divided into two distinct species.


The taller, more highly evolved Pau'ans have deeply lined, ash-colored faces, gaunt builds, and wear thick, tightly fitting clothes. The smaller Utai make up the working class. They have rounded faces with distended eyes, and have a short, stocky build. This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


See each race's entry for more information.


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Vaathkree

This species evolved on the planet of Vaathkree. They seem to be made of stone and metal, but it is only an armor-like covering. They are known for their religion, centered on bartering. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Barter is a simple form of trade where goods or services are exchanged for a certain amount of other goods or services, i. ...


Veknoid

Veknoids, also known as Velkoids, were a species native to the planet Moonus Mandel. The famous podracer Teemto Pagalies was a Veknoid, as was the Jedi Master Zao.


Verpine

The Verpine inhabit the Roche asteroid field and run the aerospace engineering company Slayn & Korpil. Verpine are characterized by their bipedal, wingless bodies and their unusual ability to communicate with each other via organic short wave radio transmissions originating from their antenna. With Admiral Ackbar, they designed the B-wing. They have an egalitarian, completely democratized society. The Verpine do not play a significant part in any of the Star Wars movies or novels, but several of their devices do appear in the video game series Knights of the Old Republic. Aerospace engineering is the branch of engineering that concerns aircraft, spacecraft and related topics. ... Slayn & Korpil In the Star Wars universe, Slayn & Korpil is a manufacturer owned and operated by a Verpine colony in the Roche asteroid field. ... A biped is an animal that travels across surfaces supported by two legs. ... Biology studies the variety of life (clockwise from top-left) E. coli, tree fern, gazelle, Goliath beetle Biology is the science of life (from the Greek words bios = life and logos = word). ... Antennae (singular antenna), are the paired appendages connecting to the first (and in crustaceans also to the second) segment of the head of the members of all subphyla of the arthropods except Chelicerata. ... Admiral Ackbar is a fictional character in the Star Wars movies and novels. ... B-wing is also the title of an expansion pack to the Star Wars: X-wing The B-wing is one of the Rebel Alliance starfighters in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Egalitarianism is the moral doctrine that equality ought to prevail among some group along some dimension. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KotOR) is an RPG video game originally for the Microsoft Xbox and later for PCs running Microsoft Windows. ...


Vodran

The Vodrans are a species of 1.8 meter tall humanoid reptiles, with tough skin ranging in coloration from olive to brown, and a small frame of spiny horns around their faces. Though warm blooded, they laid reptilian eggs, with an egg clutch typically producing two or three Vodran young. They were native to the planet Vodran on the fringes of the Si'klaata Cluster. The term humanoid refers to any being whose body structure resembles that of a human. ...


Before the founding of the Galactic Republic, the Vodrans were approached by Dojundo the Hutt, an emissary from the Hutt Empire, to recruit the Vodrans for the Hutt's war with the legendary Xim the Despot. The Vodrans, believing the Hutts to be evil deities, agreed to serve the Hutts. Their presence, along with those of the Weequay, Klatooinians and Nikto, was instrumental the defeat of Xim's army of war droids at the Third Battle of Vontor. After the victory at Vontor, the Hutts had the Vodran representative, Kl'ieutu Mutela, along with the representatives of the Klatooinans, Weequay and Nikto, sign themselves into "eternal" servitude, which the Vodran fulfilled faithfully. - Senator Palpatine Form of Government Federal Republic Official language Basic Capital Coruscant Head of Government Chancellor Establishment c. ... Hutt can mean: New Zealands Hutt River, which flows through the Hutt Valley, and the cities of Lower Hutt and Upper Hutt situated on its banks. ... Xim the Despot (died c. ... This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... The introduction of this article does not provide enough context for readers unfamiliar with the subject. ... Image:Nikto jedi. ... Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope along side astromech droid R2-D2, and protocol droid C-3PO. This is the concept of the droid in science fiction. ...


In time, Vodrans adopted Hutt culture as their own. Their society was organized into miniature kajidics, and their family clans answered directly to the Hutt Clan of Ancients. Their dealings with the rest of the galaxy always went through their Hutt masters. NGC 4414, a typical spiral galaxy in the constellation Coma Berenices, is about 56,000 light years in diameter and approximately 60 million light years distant. ...


Vor

The Vor are a pterosaur-like species that live on the planet Vortex. Suborders Rhamphorhynchoidea Pterodactyloidea Pterosaurs (, winged lizards, often referred to as pterodactyls, ) were flying reptiles of the clade Pterosauria. ... // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ...


Vratix

The Vratix are native to the planet of Thyferra. They are essential in the creation of the healing fluid bacta.Vratix this alien race, native to the planet Thyferra, perfected the creation of bacta by combining alazhi and kavam. They vastly outnumber the human natives of the planet, but are considered inferior to their corporate counterparts. The Vratix are humanoid insects. They have large, compound eyes, a stalk-like neck, and three pairs of limbs sprouting from a cylindrical thorax and abdomen. The upper set of limbs acts as triple-jointed arms, while the lower two serve as legs. The last set of limbs is well-muscled, and is used in jumping. Most Vratix are grey in colour, with the shades darkening with age. They have a basic form of hive mentality, but are able to function as individuals. They believe that sight and sound are not permanent things, and prefer to touch another being in order to recognize their presence. The Vratix on Thyferra govern themselves through the Ashern Circle. However, the strong pro-human sentiments found in the Zaltin and Xucphra factions have labelled the Ashern as terrorists. Although the Ashern are widely considered responsible for the contamination of certain lots of bacta, this may only be a ruse to cover up an internal struggle. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ... Luke Skywalker undergoing Bacta treatment. ...


Vratix was also the name given to the native language of the Vratix. It consisted of a series of clicks and high-pitched sounds, which were augmented by changes in skin colour. Because of this combination, no written form of the Vratix language was created, and non-Vratix could only learn to understand - but not speak - the language. Skills


Vurk

Vurks are a reptilian humanoid species, with elongated faces, dark eyes, and a sweeping crest extending from their skulls, giving them the appearance of a parasaurolophus. They are native to the planet Sembla, a watery world with warms seas separated by volcanic ridges and proto-continents. Species Parks, 1922 Wiman, 1931 Ostrom, 1961 Parasaurolophus [1] is a genus of hadrosaurid dinosaurs, from the Upper Cretaceous (about 76-65 million years ago) of North America. ...


Vurks are nomadic, amphibious, and generally considered primitive by the rest of the galaxy


Jedi Master Coleman Trebor, who was killed by Jango Fett in the Battle of Geonosis, was a Vurk. Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... Jango Fett (66 – 22 BBY) is a fictional character from the Star Wars universe whose first cinematic appearance was in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, where he was played by Temuera Morrison. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders Yoda Mace Windu Luminara Unduli Obi-Wan Kenobi Kit Fisto Ki-Adi-Mundi Aayla Secura Eeth Koth Plo Koon Shaak Ti Coleman Trebor Agen Kolar Count Dooku Poggle the Lesser Nute Gunray Wat Tambor Shu Mai Sevrance Tann San Hill Other...


W

Weequay

The Weequay are a low-intelligence species that can be found throughout the galaxy. They are a race of humanoid creatures that hail from the planet Sriluur, a harsh desert planet lending to the species' tanned skin tone and rough, sandy, wrinkled skin. Their eyes are dark and slightly recessed into their skull; their hair tied into at least one long braid — a staple characteristic and religious tradition. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


They are a laconic people, with traditions rooted deeply in their religious beliefs. Much of their culture is structured around the worship of a pantheon of gods, primarily the God of the Moon, Quay. Their cities are built around a temple, known as a thal.


Due to Sriluur's proximity to Hutt Space, Weequay expatriates are often found as bodyguards in Hutt syndicates, through both employment and enslavement. Jedi Master Sora Bulq and Kossex are examples of this species. The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi Knights. ...


Wharl

Wharls are another name for the Tchuukthai.


Whill

Main article: Whill

Whills are a vague reference to the relatively omnipresent, yet totally distant race that George Lucas planned to place the story-teller perspective on in an early draft of the Star Wars saga. ...

Whiphid

Whiphids are tall, muscled, furred creatures with great tusks from the planet Toola. They are great hunters and they export ice to other planets. They can also go into a coma-like state to heal major wounds. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


One particular Whiphid was J'Quille, who, while working under Jabba the Hutt, had tried to assassinate him with a slow-acting poison in his food. Another Whiphid was Jedi Master K'Kruhk. He supposedly died at the Battle of Hypori, but survived due to the Whiphid ability to go into a coma-like state to heal severe injuries. Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... This article or section should include material from Jedi Sentinel —The Jedi Code — Obi-Wan Kenobi The Jedi Knights are a fictional brotherhood and organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... KKruhk was a Whiphid Jedi during the waning days of the Old Republic. ... Combatants Galactic Republic Confederacy of Independent Systems Commanders General Daakman Barrek General Ki-Adi-Mundi General Shaak Ti General Grievous General OOM-9 Strength the Jedi Daakman Barrek Ki-Adi-Mundi Shaak Ti Aayla Secura KKruhk Tarr Seirr Shaa Gi Clone ARC troopers Acclamator troop ship Battle droids...


Many Whiphids can be found as thugs and enforcers in the underworld - a sizeable chunk of the thuggish workers in the aggressive, regulation-smashing Offworld Mining Corporation were Whiphids, and the crime boss Lady Valarian operating off of Tatooine, a one-time competitor with Jabba the Hutt, was also a Whiphid - as they are disliked by most other races in general for some of their crude and brutish tendencies. // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


The home planet of the Whiphids is the icy world of Toola in the Outer Rim. Clone Commander Keller led an Imperial task force to root out Jedi hiding on Toola in the early days of the New Order. Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight, found Jedi artifacts left behind by a Master of the Old Jedi Order in a cave there - possibly the work of Keller's division, although Skywalker observed lightsaber slashes in the Jedi's empty robes that he believed must have been the handiwork of his father, Darth Vader. // Taanab It was at Taanab that Lando Calrissian demonstrated not only his ability to lead but also his knack for devising winning tactics. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Luke Skywalker (b. ... This article or section should include material from Jedi Sentinel —The Jedi Code — Obi-Wan Kenobi The Jedi Knights are a fictional brotherhood and organization from the Star Wars series of films by George Lucas. ... Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader duel on Mustafar in Episode III with blue lightsabers. ... Darth Vader is the current Good Article Collaboration of the week! Please help to improve this article to the highest of standards. ...


Wirutid

A Wirutid is a hyper-intelligent fungus that evolves into a human form to secure shelter and trap prey.


Wookiee

Main article: Wookiee

Shaggy giants from the arboreal planet of Kashyyyk, 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. A Wookiee is a member of a race of hairy bipeds in the fictional Star Wars universe. ... Kashyyyk (IPA: ), also known as Wookiee Planet C, is a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ...


During the time of the Galactic Republic, the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk was represented in the Galactic Senate by a number of Wookiee potentates. Loyal to the Republic, Kashyyyk was of prime strategic importance, serving as a major navigational point for the entire southwestern quadrant of the galaxy. This made it a target of the Confederacy, who invaded Kashyyyk during the Clone Wars. Republic forces, under the command of Yoda, were dispatched to protect the Wookiee homeworld. Yoda had fostered a good relationship with the Wookiees over his many years, and they trusted his leadership. Jedi, clones and Wookiee forces fought fiercely to protect the tree cities of Kashyyyk.


Kashyyyk's loyalty meant little to the unscrupulous Empire that arose to replace the Republic. Despite their proven intelligence, Wookiees were enslaved by the Empire and exploited for their brute strength. Their homeworld was blockaded, and a free Wookiee was a rare sight in the galaxy.


Perhaps the best-known free Wookiee was Chewbacca, loyal co-pilot and friend of famed Corellian smuggler Han Solo. Chewbacca was instrumental in the defeat of the Empire, and the eventual liberation of his people.


Wookiee is commonly spelt wookie, but this is incorrect.


Wraith

Wraith is a nickname for the species known as the Defel. This is a list of sentient races from the fictional universe of Star Wars. ...


Wroonian

Wroonians are a blue-skinned humanoid race from the planet Wroona in the Inner Rim. // Wayland Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire novel. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ...


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X'ting

The X'ting are an insectoid species, native to the planet Cestus, that change gender every few months. This species proved to be dying out in the novel Cestus Deception. The following are fictional planets set in the Star Wars universe. ...


Xexto

The Xexto are short, (1.30m [4'3"] max), have four arms, two legs and long necks. They hail from the planet Troiken. An example of a Xexto is the Podracer pilot Gasgano. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ...


Y

Yaka

The Yaka are a race of near-human cyborgs. They were transformed after their home planet was invaded centuries ago by superintelligent inhabitants of Arkania, a neighboring star system. The Arkanians forced the Yakas to undergo surgery in which they implanted cyborg brain enhancers, increasing the species intelligence to genius level. Thus, the brutish-looking Yakas are much smarter than they appear. A side effect of the implants is a twisted sense of humor that all Yakas possess. // Spoiler warning: Aargau Aargau is one of the Deep Core Worlds, and is the headquarters of the Bank of Aargau, which is owned by the Confederacy of Independent Systems ally, the InterGalactic Banking Clan. ...


Yevetha

Yevetha are a now extinct or severely endangered skeletal-looking race of humanoids from the planet N'zoth, near the Galactic Core. // M4-78 M4-78 is the name given to a planet colonised by droids. ... Map of the Star Wars galaxy released by Star Wars Insider The fictional galaxy where the setting of the Star Wars saga occurs is known simply as the Star Wars galaxy while in the canon it is referred as the Galaxy or the Known Galaxy. ...


They were extremely xenophobic, considering all other races to be vermin. The Empire utilized them as shipyard workers during the Galactic Civil War because of their extreme intelligence, but this backfired when the Yevetha took over all the Black 15 shipyards and killed or enslaved all the Imperials during a full retreat. During the events of the New Jedi Order, the Yuuzhan Vong attacked and destroyed the Yevetha at the behest of the Fia, a race from the Koornacht Cluster world of Galantos. Apparently, the last Yevethan warrior attacked and destroyed a Chiss clawcraft, part of Twin Suns Squadron, as the squadron was on patrol near N'zoth. To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The Galactic Civil War (19 BBY - 19 ABY) is a fictional war from the Star Wars galaxy, beginning with Revenge of the Sith and continuing through the original trilogy of films A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, as well as several novels, comics, and... Small shipyard in Klaksvík (Faroe Islands), reparing fishing vessels Dockyards and shipyards are places which repair and build ships. ... The New Jedi Order, also known as New Jedi Order or by its acronym, NJO, is a series of science fiction novels set in the Star Wars universe 25-30 years ABY. Its primary plotline involves an invasion of the Star Wars galaxy by the Yuuzhan Vong, but over the... The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ... // Elom Elom is home to Eloms and the Elomin. ... In the fictional Star Wars universe, the Chiss are a humanoid species with pale blue skin, blue-black hair and glowing red eyes. ...


Their spaceships include the Super Star Destroyer Pride of Yevetha, Imperial Star Destroyers, Interdictor Cruisers, and their custom-made thrustships. A squadron of massive, mile-long Imperial-class Star Destroyers cruise in formation with a nearly twelve mile long Executor-class Super Star Destroyer - a battleship the size of Manhattan. ... The Intimidator is a Super Star Destroyer from the fictional Star Wars Universe. ... A group of Imperial Star Destroyers Star Destroyers are iconic vessels of the fictional universe of Star Wars. ... An Interdictor Cruiser is a starship from the fictional Star Wars Expanded universe capable of interfering with hyperspace travel with gravity wells. ... The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ...


Yuuzhan Vong

Main article: Yuuzhan Vong

The Yuuzhan Vong are an extragalactic, technophobic, religious species who were intent upon conquering the galaxy. The Yuuzhan Vong are a race of sentient beings from the fictional Star Wars Expanded Universe that rise as a threat to the New Republic in the New Jedi Order series of novels. ...


They are both invisible to Force sight and unaffected by direct Force powers.


Yuzzem

The Yuzzem are a large powerful species similar to Wookiees. Most were enslaved during the reign of the Empire and taken from their home planet of Ragna III to do hard labor. They appear similar to Wookiees, but appearing more like werewolves. Their similarities to Wookiees have led people to believe the two share a common ancestor, but this has not been confirmed.


Yuzzumi

The Yuzzums are fur-covered mammals with a wide mouth with protruding teeth on top of their heads and long legs. They are less intelligent than the Ewoks and dwell on the plains of the forest moon. Groups of Yuzzums often hunt in packs through the tall grass of the plains hunting for rodents to eat. Alternative meanings: Ewoks (cartoon) In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to Endors forest moon who help the Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ...


They have been exported as pets, but they are not very good at that. They have a musical language and some Yuzzumi have found a job as singers. One of the singers in Jabba the Hutt's court was a Yuzzum. Jabba the Hutt is a fictional character in the science fiction saga Star Wars. ...


Z

Zabrak

The Zabrak are humanoids whose most distinctive feature is the array of small horns on top of their heads. Their home planet is Iridonia, though they have established many colonies on planets throughout the galaxy. It is believed that they are among the galaxy's first space-faring people. They have strong will-power and are a stubborn, proud people. By nature, they tend to be independent and fearless, hence have never been a successful venture in the slave trade. Spoiler warning: // Had Abbadon Had Abbadon is a world with six moons that is inhabited by humans. ...


Their crown of horns typically grow in at puberty, and are considered secondary sexual characteristics. The pattern in which these horns grow differs between Zabrak races (i.e. subspecies) analogous to skin color in humans. A crown is a symbolic form of headgear worn by a monarch or by a god, for whom the crown is traditionally one of the symbols of power and legitimacy (See Regalia for a broader treatment). ... In George Lucas fictional Star Wars universe, humans are the most numerous and dominant species, with apparently millions of major and minor colonies galaxywide. ...


Zabrak skin coloration can range from the rare pure white or pure black, to the more common shades of cream, peach, tan, and brown in between. Unlike humans, Zabrak skin color is not analogous to race. Rather it is a matter of genetic dominance and recessiveness, such as with the Ewok species, whose fur comes in various colors or patterns. In the Star Wars series of films, Ewoks are sentient furred bipeds native to the forest moon of Endor who help Rebel Alliance defeat the forces of the Galactic Empire in the Battle of Endor. ...


Zabrak can be completely bald or fully-haired. Again, it is analogous to race/subspecies. Certain horn patterns are linked with certain hair patterns (or baldness). Hair can be any of the same colors seen in the human species. However, unlike humans, Zabrak do not have eyebrows and do not grow facial hair.


Zabrak eye colors are often similar to the eye colors of humans, with blues and browns being the most common. Yellow, purple, red, green, and orange eyes are seen regularly. It should be noted however, that Darth Maul's red-yellow eye color was apparently the result of corruption by the Dark Side. His original eye color may never be known.


Zabrak also traditionally have facial tattoos, typically composed of a pattern of thin lines - which is considered the most traditional of Iridonian tattoos. In certain cases these tattoos can be quite elaborate (Maul's extensive red tattoo was actually a Sith tattoo, not a traditional Zabrak tattoo), but most Zabrak tend to be conservative with their designs. It is unclear what these designs signify. They may indicate which family the Zabrak belongs to, where they grew up, or they may well be just a matter of personal preference on the part of the Zabrak. The tattoos are obtained during a young Zabrak's rite of passage.


Known Zabrak from Canon include Agen Kolar, Eeth Koth, and Darth Maul. Known Zabrak from the Expanded Universe include Bao-Dur (Knights of the Old Republic II), and Wolf Sazen (Star Wars: Legacy). The customizable player character of Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Jaden Korr can be a Zabrak female. The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... Darth Maul (54 – 32 BBY) was a fictional character (of Sith affiliation) in the Star Wars universe. ... Splinter of the Minds Eye, 1978 The Expanded Universe (also known as the EU) encompasses all of the officially licensed, fictional background of the Star Wars universe, outside of the six feature films produced by George Lucas. ... Bao-Dur and the Remote are Star Wars fictional characters in the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (KOTOR II) is an RPG video game for the PC and the Microsoft Xbox. ... Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy is a Star Wars first-person shooter computer game released in September 2003. ...


The word Zabrak refers to both the species and the language. The plural of Zabrak is Zabrak, not Zabraks, and the name of their language is Zabrak, not Zabraki. Therefore, the word Zabrak is invariable.


Iridonian Zabrak

This species is the same as the Zabrak; however, the term Iridonian merely indicates those individual Zabrak who are from the planet or are a direct descendant of Zabrak born on the harsh desert planet--which is their homeworld and where the species is known to have evolved. Jedi Eeth Koth, who sat on the Jedi Council, Darth Maul the Sith Lord, and Bao-Dur, whose Mass Shadow Generator won the Mandalorian Wars, are all confirmed Iridonian Zabrak. Agen Kolar (whom Eeth Koth tapped to become his successor on the Jedi Council) is the same subspecies as his predecessor, based on horn pattern, hence it would be likely that Agen Kolar is also an Iridonian Zabrak, though this is merely speculation. More a cultural and geographical distinction than a biological one, Iridonian Zabrak are suspected to have a somewhat different and intact culture than those Zabrak who have spread throughout the galaxy and have largely become assimilated into the human-dominated culture. Scant evidence exists supporting a biological or anatomical difference between Iridonian Zabrak and others of the species, though some indicators include the tendency towards olive skin and dark hair - however, Darth Maul's skin color and hairless scalp challenge any generalities that could be made. Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn (right) & his padawan Obi-Wan Kenobi (left), from The Phantom Menace. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ... The Jedi High Council is an institution from the Star Wars series of films. ... Darth Maul (54 – 32 BBY) was a fictional character (of Sith affiliation) in the Star Wars universe. ... Darth Vader and the Emperor (Darth Sidious) Within the fictional Star Wars universe, the term Sith is used to describe two separate but related groups. ... Bao-Dur and the Remote are Star Wars fictional characters in the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The mass shadow generator is a MacGuffin-like superweapon mentioned in the computer game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. ... The Mandalorian Wars are a fictional event in the Expanded Universe of the Star Wars saga. ... The following is a list of fictional Star Wars Jedi characters who attained a rank of Jedi Master before their demise. ...


Zeltron

This race first appeared in the original Marvel Comics Star Wars series beginning at issue # 70 (their appearances run from issue #70-107).


The extremely attractive Zeltrons are a near-human species native to the planet Zeltros. Their skin is bright pink to a full red, a special pigmentation that develops from a reaction to their sun’s radiation. The Zeltron people have the ability to project powerful pheromones, much like those emitted by Falleen. These can be activated at will and can affect a specific individual or entire groups at the same time. // Wayland Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahns Heir to the Empire novel. ...


Zeltrons are also empathic, able to sense the feelings of others as well as project their own. For this reason they love and comfort is extremely important to them. Sharing positive emotions is deemed to everyone’s benefit, while sharing negative emotions is not. In accordance with this, Zeltros’ democratic government will go to great lengths to make sure no one on Zeltros is unhappy. Zeltros has had few tyrants or despotic rulers, because they cannot commit atrocities without experiencing another's pain. Zeltros has, however, been invaded twelve times in the past six centuries. But most invaders, because of the Zeltrons’ pheromones, have given up their hostile intentions and joined in the non-stop festivities. Hence, Zeltrons don’t worry about such trivial matters as planetary defenses or military forces. They are able fighters, though, and they stay in peak physical condition at all times.


Zeltrons will go to any length to please guests, and they get pleasure from being hospitable. They hold massive celebrations for practically any event. They are also extremely promiscuous, and are extremely proud of their sexual prowess. They consider concept of monogamy quaint, but unrealistic.


Zeltron technology is on par with most space-faring worlds. They possess space travel, advanced agricultural and industrial methods, and excellent knowledge of medicine, particularly antibiotics. Zeltron scientists have provided notable refinements in the fields of science, and created much of the technology for the Pleasure Domes at Hologram Fun World.


Zeltron craftsmen are renowned the galaxy over for their erotic sculptures, paintings, and other works of art. Also in high demand on other worlds are Zeltron courtesans, known as criblez, who fulfill any physical desire one may have, without limits. Many crimelords, particularly Hutts, have taken special interest in these Zeltron servants. Because of their popularity, and because they spend their lives pursuing gratification, Zeltrons are quite common in the galaxy, particularly at spaceports, where they can find many prospective mates. (source: Essential Guide to Alien Species, Del Rey, 2001)


This race has now appeared in the Star Wars videogame Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. One Zeltron in the seen in the Star Wars series was Luxa, an employee for the Exchange on Telos. A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ... Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (KOTOR II) is an RPG video game for the PC and the Microsoft Xbox. ... Telos is a fictional planet in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. ...


Zhell

The Zhell are the supposed pre-evolved state of humans in the Star Wars galaxy.


The Zhell were dominant on Coruscant at some point before 25,000 BBY until the Taung conquered them. In the middle of their epic battle against the Zhell, their efforts were helped by an erupting volcano that wiped out the major Zhell city. The Taung then systematically destroyed all remaining Zhell camps.[citation needed] Coruscant (pronounced //) is the name of a fictional planet in the Star Wars universe. ... Fans of the fictional Star Wars universe keep track of the dates of key events with a dating system (or calendar) reckoned at the Battle of Yavin featured in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. ...


References

  1. ^ Alan Dean Foster, The Approaching Storm (2002). ISBN 0345442997
  2. ^ Arcona (Expanded Universe). Databank. StarWars.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-12.
  3. ^ Celegian (Expanded Universe). Databank. StarWars.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-12.
  4. ^ Corusant and the Core Worlds
  5. ^ Vision of the Future, (Book 2 of the Hand of Thrawn duology), 1st edition, 1998. Timothy Zahn, ISBN 0-553-10035-1
  6. ^ From the book Traitor by Matthew Stover (27 ABY).
  7. ^ Wallace, Daniel; Kevin J. Anderson (2005). The New Essential Chronology. Del Rey. ISBN 0-345-49053-3.
  8. ^ a b Jawa (Expanded Universe). Databank. StarWars.com. Retrieved on 2006-07-12.

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External links

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