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P-100 Salvage Droid
this immense automaton was used by scrap collectors to gather up metallic debris. A pair of circular wings extend from the main cylinder, and were equipped with re-grav plates to pick up the scrap. Modified conveyor belts carry the debris into the holding bays, located inside the central cylinder. Also stored within the main cylinder were three dome-shaped pick-up droids, which had manipulator arms for retrieving delicate scrap items. Note that the Star Wasr Databank indicates that the P-100 was the smaller, dome-shaped recovery droid. (IWE1, SWDB)

P-12
this was a model of Sirplex shield generator, used on starships such as the ZH-25 Questor. (SS)

P127
the designation of Astronav's top-of-the-ine starship course plotter. It could plot multiple-jump courses in no time. (IJ)

P2-D19
this outdated P2-series astromech repair droid was stationed aboard the Black Ice. Skolos programmed P2-D19 to attack the team of Alliance agents which was attempting to take control of the Black Ice. (BI)

P2-series Droid
this was Industrial Automaton's first attempt to build an astromech droid. Large and cumbersome, the P2-series was eventually scrapped when Industrial Automaton was served with a technology-infringement lawsuit by former executives of Industrial Intelligence. However, after the suit was settled, the basic design of the P2 series was reused in the development of the R2 series. These droids were plagued by a series of minor, though annoying, design glitches, including a poorly-coded maneuverability routine that caused the P2 to bump into objects. Also, the P2 could only communicate via its viedo screen or an input jack, making their application to certain starship systems tricky. The P2 was controlled by the Intellex II computer brain. (IG1, BI, FTD, SWJ7)

P-34
this Mobquet combat speeder was designed for use by the Empire. However, it never got beyond the prototype stage, as its basic design failed to meet the Empire's minimum requirements. (GSE)

P-38
see Porax-38 (X3)

P39
this A9-series driller droided worked for the Tredway family in the mines of 24 Tredway, in the Sil'Lume Asteroid Belt. After Imperial Governor Parnell attacked 24 Tredway and killed Axton Tredway's wife, P39 and a group of other droids sacrificed themselves to allow Luke Skywalker, Gideon Smith, and Sidney Shortfang to rescue Dena Tredway from harm. (JH)

P-59
this destroyer droid was in command of the group sent to kill Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, after the Jedi managed to survive the poison gas and squadron of battle droids sent to assassinate them. The Jedi were aboard the Trade Federation command ship at the request of Chanceller Valorum, who hoped to settle their dispute with the planet Naboo. P-59 and its companions were the first of the destroyer droids to have shield generators installed for added protection. (IS1)

P-6
this was one of the many repair droids that were owned by Star Tours, during the Galactic Civil War. P-6 was little more than an articulated arm that moved about on a set of wheels. (ST)

P-60
this destroyer droid was part of the group sent to kill Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi, after the Jedi managed to survive the poison gas and squadron of battle droids sent to assassinate them. The group of destroyers was under the command of unit P-59, and its members were the first of the destroyer droids to have shield generators installed for added protection. (CCG13)

P-71
this was Drolan Plasteel's version of the Wookiee crossbow. It was produced many centuries before the Galactic Civil War, and was essentially a repeating projectile launcher contained in a stylish, plasteel shell. (NEGW)

Pa
meaning "late", this was one of the most common names among Rodian females. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Pa Dua
this female Rodian served as an aide to Senator Onaconda Farr, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (OWS)

Pa Gara
this was the name of a noted Blood Carver, famous in the history of the planet Batorine. (UANT)

Pa Tho
this race created the unusual transportation system later known as the Great Subcrustal Tubeway before they died out. (TT)

PA90,842-N024/B
this subdirectory of the Sector Ranger Database documented the illegal trade of exporting shaaks from Naboo, during the last decades of the Old Republic. (SON)

PA-9r
a long range tachyon detection array. (SCRE)

Pa'aal
Tal Fraan learned the ways of the human race while stationed on this moon, the primary natural satellite of the fifth planet in the N'zoth system. It was here that the Yevetha confined all the Imperials they captured when they took control of the Black Sword shipyards, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (SOL, TT)

Paaerduag
this race of unusual, two-headed beings was native to the planet Sorjus. (KOTOR)

Paaloc
this rare form of Yuuzhan Vong incense was burned by only the most exalted individuals of their species. Any individual not of sufficient social status caught with the incense was subject to execution for overstepping their bounds. The scent of burning paaloc was said to resemble that of the ancient and forgotten Yuuzhan Vong homeworld, and was only recognizable as a distant memory. (EVR)

Paan
this species of evergreen tree was native to the planet Hapes, where it was used as a screen in decorative landscapes. Its densely-packed branch and needle structure made the paan tree an effective barrier, especially when planted in small copses. (DN1)

Pablo-Jill
this male Ongree served as a Jedi Knight during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. His participation in a mission to Ord Mantell helped bring about a temporary peace on that planet. Master Pablo-Jill never took a Padawan learner before he was dispatched with Mace Windu to confront the Separatist forces on Geonosis. (SWDB)

Pabs Tyerell
see Deland Tyerell (HNN4)

Pac
this alias was used by a Cerean male who was a member of the Cularin Militia, after he and his comrades - Mack and Grunt - decided to speak out against the "so-called Expansion Manifesto" that was attributed to Reodo Artom. The trio of soldiers believed that the document was a great description of the morals of exploration, but it failed to take into account the true necessities of combat. They agreed to participate in an interview with Yara Grugara on Eye on Cularin, but the inane reporter made a mockery of their opinions. Pac tried to salvage the interview, despite the ineptitude of his comrades, claiming that war was necessary to defending one's rights to freedom and existence. (LFCW)

PAC20
this was the model number of Fabritech's visual wrist communucation system. It provided the user with audio and video communication capabilities, allowing the user to see and hear another being. (EGW)

Paca, Magir
this Garosian was one of the leaders of the New Republic's underground on Garos IV. He was one of the original founders of the Committee of Seven for Garosian Unification, and was a close friend of Tork Winger. Paca served as an assistant to the Minister of Commerce on Garos IV when the Empire moved in to take control of the planet, and used his position to gather information and intelligence on the Empire's movements. He was discovered during an Imperial audit, but managed to elude arrest after Alex Winger discovered his name in an Imperial datafile on suspected criminals. Paca fled public service, and went into hiding to protect himself. (SWJ1)

Pacanth Reach
a cluster of stars located in the Outer Rim Territories, the Pacanth Reach was conquered by the Epicanthix people. (SESB)

Pacci
this K-Wing bomber pilot was part of the Fifth Battle Group squadrons sent to assist in the New Republic's first attempt to blockade Doornik-319. He was killed when the Yevethan resisted and fought back. (SOL)

Pace
this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Pace, Anki
this woman was a Doctor of Xenoarcheology at the University of Agamar during the second decade of the New Republic. A friend of Koyi Komad, she was knowledgeable in the area of Jedi relics and artifacts, and was concerned that many sites were being robbed of Jedi lore before they could be adequately studied and archived. Doctor Pace once told Corran Horn that a colleague had discovered a site, only to wake up the next morning to find the site scoured of artifacts and her memory erased about what she had found. Horn suspected that some of the vigilante Jedi Knights had stolen the artifacts, but he had no proof. Doctor Pace led the group of students who traveled to Bimmiel to search for ancient relics, and was one of the first to discover the remains of a Yuuzhan Vong warrior on the planet. (DTO)

Pacifier
this was a model of Telgorn transport ship. The Cavrilhu Pirates used several highly-modified Pacifiers as smuggling and pirate ships. (SOP)

Pacifog
this mind-altering substance was created in an Imperial laboratory in orbit around Kadril, under the direction of Darth Vader, sometime after the Battle of Yavin. Pacifog had the unique ability to emphasize the weakest traits of beings, traits which could be used by the Empire to achieve its own goals. However, in order to ensure that Imperial troops who used pacifog were not subjected to its effects, Darth Vader ordered a huge quantity of kunda stones from Dal Quirz and the Kadrillians. Kunda stone was grown in zero-gravity labs, and could absorb and filter out pacifog. Vader planned to use the kunda stones in manufacturing filter masks for Imperial troops. Unfortunately for Vader, pacifog had an intense reaction to human biology, swiftly reducing human flesh to a frothy ooze. (NEGC, LAT3)

Pacithhip
this alien race was native to the planet Shimia, in the Outer Rim Territories. They have a long, pointed head which is dominated by two long, thin, pointed tusks. These tusks were atrophied versions of much larger tusks used by the ancestors of modern Pacithhip to dig up roots. The nose of the Pacithhip is elephantine, allthough the nostrils are located close to the skull. The trunk ends with the being's mouth. Two large, black eyes are located at the top of the skull. The shape and size of their tusks established an individual's place in society, as there were three basic genetic patterns which led to the growth of tusks. Based on the genes they carried, an individual Pacithhip would become a warrior, a scholar, or a farmer. The body of the average Pacithhip was stout and round, with tiny legs that barely moved them along. (CCG9, AE)

Packered Mortar Gun
a rifle-sized weapon that shoots small mortar charges. (DF)

Packet
this Yuuzhan Vong measurement was used to indicate the number of individuals in a group. It was equivalent to roughly 80 individuals. (UF)

PackTrack
manufacturers of the 41LT-R Mechanical Universal Labor Elminator droid series, also known as MULE droids. Note that The Essential Guide to Droids indicates that PackTrack was the brand name of the 41LT-R droid, which was produced by Les Tech. (GG8, SWJ14, EGD)

Pacnorval Defense Systems, Limited
this minor weapons manufacturer produced a wide range of sonic weapons. (EGW)

Pad
this was a common name given to male Kel Dor. Like all Kel Dor given names, it was short enough that it didn't attract the attention of certain wind spirit, which would carry away young children with long-winded names. (GCG)

Pad 12
the Flurry was parked on this landing platform on Bakura, during the struggle against the Ssi-ruuvi just after the Battle of Endor. (TB)

Pada
this was a species of intelligent, yellow-furred bipeds with pumpkin-shaped faces and clawed hands. Padas had large earflaps and a pair of short horns on their heads. They were excellent climbers, and their slit-pupiled eyes could see well in the dark. The Pada had an extremely well-developed sense of honor and a deep respect for life, and were forbidden to kill another being, even in self-defense. (JH)

Pada-Jedi
Cerasi used this somewhat derogatory term to describe Obi-Wan Kenobi. (DOD)

Padak
this bounty hunter was considered a walking weapons arsenal by his peers in Qulok's Fist. An immense man even without his yellow-gold blast armor on, Padak was known to have had just one goal in life: "to do good death." He lacked good planning and stealth skills, but made up for them with pure aggression. (DARK)

Padaunete, Thrynka
this woman served as the leader of The People's Inquest, the grass-roots Jedi watchgroup which formed during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Padaunete was one of the first beings to take up the formal protest of the training of Ludi Billane, the infant rescued from the destruction of her home city of Domitree, on Ord Thoden. The Jedi Council refused to allowed Ludi's mother Jonava, who had also survived the earthquakes, to take baby Ludi back to Ord Thoden. Padaunete then arranged for Jonava to appear on the talkshow Essence, an event that drew even more beings to their cause. In response to the show's airing, Padaunete claimed that the Jedi Knights were nothing more than a cult, set on brainwashing young beings to carry out their nefarious plans. Despite her high ideals, when a group of holofeature producers approached Jonava and Thrynka about a movie based on their efforts, both quickly traveled to Kassido to help with casting. During this time, the Old Republic shut down The People's Inquest on a variety of semi-legal claims, and Thrynka was forced to go into hiding. Her desire to expose the truth remained intact, however, and Thrynka managed to secure a HoloNet node on an remote Outer Rim world to restart The People's Inquest during the height of the Clone Wars. (HNN4, HNN5, SWI71)

Padawan
this is a Jedi term for a young student of the Force. During the height of the Old Republic, beings who were strong with the Force were identified at a young age for training, often before their first year of life. Young beings were transported to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, where they were brought up to respect the Force and the life it suffuses. Trainees were allowed to train until they were chosen as Padawan learners by a Jedi Master, or until they were thirteen years old. If a learner was not chosen as a Padawan by his thirteenth birthday, it was decided that the young student would never have the drive and skills to become a full Jedi Knight, and they were given lesser assignments by the Jedi Council. Each Padawan was distinguished by a short, close-cropped hairstyle which was accented by a thin braid. The braid's length, together with small beads braided into the hair, denoted the Padawan's level of training. On the occasion of a Padawan's thirteenth birthday, solemn reflection and meditation were required by the student, and the Master often gave them a meaningful gift. (PTR, SW1, RF, HP)

Padawan, The
see Dyshkava, Byrch (GMR7)

Padawan's Resource Guide
this document was produced by the Jedi Masters who controlled the Almas Academy. It contained all the basic information an aspiring student of the Force would need to understand how the Almas Academy differed from the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. It also documented the three convergent paths a student at the Almas Academy had to traverse: the Jedi philosophy, and how it applied to their individual nature; the Jedi peace, and how deeply a student can attune himself to the Force; and the Jedi promise, in which a student must face their greatest fears in order to pledge themselves to the Jedi Code. (WOTC)

Padda
this Twi'lek and his cousin, Quink, re-established Chabak's, the casino owned by their uncle on Zirtran's Anchor. Padda was the younger of the two cousins, and was also more reckless and inexperienced. His parents were quite powerful on his homeworld of Ryloth, and they made sure that Quink was blamed for anything that went wrong at Chabak's. (SWJ5)

Paddie, Ister
this man, a native of the planet Sermeria, represented his homeworld as a Senator to the Old Republic, during the era of the Clone Wars. He succeeded Lanus Wrede in the position of Senator, after Wrede committed suicide. (OWS, HNN4)

Paddocks, The
this was one of the largest open-air markets found in Mos Eisley, on the planet Tatooine. It was established for the auction and sale of various forms of livestock, although it evolved into an informal zoo over the years. During the height of the New Order, the Paddocks was owned and operated by Cruegar, a Gungan who knew his clientele and their needs. (GMR7)

Paddox, Theus
this man was the High Lord of House Pelagia during the height of the New Order. He was very young when Pelagia fell from power, but married into House Cadriaan in an effort to regain its position. His marriage to the daughter of Lady Bathos, along with financial investments with House Cadriaan, helped Paddox begin rebuilding House Pelagia's status. It was later discovered, by the crew of the Bright Seeker shortly after the Battle of Hoth, that Theus's younger brother and sister, Trad and Verinia, were secreted away aboard the Regal Destiny during the Mecetti Purge. (PGT, TSIA)

Paddox, Trad
this youth was the younger brother of Theus Paddox. Trad and his sister, Verinia, were lost aboard the Regal Destiny when it fled during the Mecetti Purge, more than twenty years before the Battle of Hoth. Trad was just eight years old at the time, and was placed in statis by Mistress Winslo when the ship was sabotaged. The bodies of Trad and Verinia were recovered by Captain Nils Wender and the crew of the Bright Seeker, then turned over to House Pelagia for reanimation. (TSIA)

Paddox, Verinia
this youth was the younger sister of Theus Paddox. Verinia and her brother, Trad, were lost aboard the Regal Destiny when it fled during the Mecetti Purge, more than twenty years before the Battle of Hoth. Verinia was just ten years old at the time, and was placed in statis when the ship was sabotaged. The bodies of Trad and Verinia were recovered by Captain Nils Wender and the crew of the Bright Seeker, then turned over to House Pelagia for reanimation. (TSIA)

Paddy Frogs
these flat, bloated amphibians are native to the planet Klatooine. Jabba the Hutt used to consume these creatures as appetizers. He preferred them preserved in brandy, which added flavor and kept these vicious little frogs from attacking each other. (TJP)

Padlink
this device was designed to be attached to a standard datapad, providing access to a mainframe computer system. (SWJ10)

Padme
this given name was commonly given to female human children throughout the galaxy. (GCG)

Padon
this green-skinned, alien being introduced Canderous Ordo to Carth Onasi and Bastila Shan, on the planet Taris, during the height of the Great Sith War. (KOTOR)

Paecian
this was the secondary language spoken on the planet Dathomir, after the Basic tongue. (EGP)

Paecian Empire
an ancient empire founded about 3000 years before Han Solo won the planet Dathomir in a sabacc match, shortly after the Battle of Endor. (CPL)

Pa'ela
this was the Menahuun word for the life-energies that permeated the planet Lamaredd. The word pa'ela literally meant "holy blood", and was believed by many Jedi Knights to be the Force. (GMR7)

Paemos
this young man was among the many Force-sensitive individuals who were exiled to the planet Dathomir during the early years of the New Order, because he was perceived as a threat by Emperor Palpatine. Paemos became something of an aide to Rohak, and was with the old man when he discovered the location for the Village of Aurilia. (SWGAL)

Paffen
this Imperial commander was left on Lucazec to await the return of a Fallanassi who could read the hidden messages left behind by the elders. He was killed by Luke Skywalker when he tried to abduct Akanah. Note that Shield of Lies indicates that Paffen poisoned himself, rather than be captured by Skywalker on Lucazec. (BTS, SOL)

Pagda Luwa
this was a noted member of the Mrlssi race. (UANT)

Page
this young being was a student at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant during the last years of the Old Republic. (YDR)

Page, Judder
this young man was from the planet Corulag. He disapproved of his father's position as a pampered Imperial Senator, and was none too happy when his father sent him to the Academy. However, Page turned the situation to his own goals, and used the freedom from his father to study all sorts of things about the military. He graduated with honors, and was assigned as a scout in General Veers' command in the Army. He defected to the Alliance after hearing one of Princess Leia's anti-Imperial speeches on Coruscant, agreeing with her assessment of the Empire and the state of the galaxy. Page stayed on after witnessing the heroic efforts of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo. Page was recruited by Crix Madine as a commando, and he was part of Bren Derlin's troops on Hoth, as well as Solo's assault team at Endor. His non-descript good looks made him blendin with most crowds, allowing him to "disappear" in plain sight. When Derlin took a desk job following the Battle of Endor, Page was promoted to Lieutenant, but refused to be promoted further, having seen that rank had nothing to do with the level of commitment from Solo or Skywalker. Note that the Star Wars Customizable Card Game - Endor Expansion claims Page was already a Lieutenant prior to the Battle of Endor. When the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy began, Page found himself once again on the front lines. He agreed to a naval posting, garnering the rank of Captian and serving under Pash Cracken aboard the Memory of Ithor during Operation Trinity. When the ship exploded, it was believed that Judder and Pash were both killed in the explosion. However, both managed to reach lifepods and escape the blast, only to be captured by the Yuuzhan Vong and incarcerated on Selvaris. He was eventually rescued by the New Republic after Thorsh managed to escape the prison camp and provide the Republic with the location of Selvaris, only to be trapped on Caluula Station with Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. It was there that Page left Cracken, returning with the Solos to Calamari. (HTTE, COTF, HTSB, HTTEC, CCG10, RESB, FP, UF)

Page's Commandos
another name for the Katarn Commandos, a special-forces group led by Lieutenant Judder Page of the New Republic. (HTTE, COTF, HTSB, FP)

Pagh
this was an Ansionian exclamation of disgust. (APS)

Pah, Vinsho
this man was one of Chancellor Finis Valorum's personal guards, during the period leading up to the Battle of Naboo. It was Pah's quick thinking that helped save Valorum from an attack by The Flail, during Zegmon Pent's attempt to assassinate Valorum. (SWRPG)

Pahgan
Twi'leki word for bargain. (ROJR)

Pa'hir'al City
this was the capital city of the planet Urce. (AIR)

Paig
this was a Fallanassi world. (BTS)

Paige-Tarkin, Shayla
this woman represented her homeworld of Eriadu, as well as the planets of Seswenna Sector, to the Old Republic Senate, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. She was adamant in her support of the Republic, in the whirlwind of secession movements which engulfed the Republic. She was one of Chancellor Palpatine's strongest supporters, and grew increasingly worried about his health as the Clone Wars ground on. (HNN4, JT)

Paigu
this storm-swept planet, located in the Commonality of the Outer Rim Territories, was the homeworld of the Paigun race. The native Paigun discovered ways to harness the electricity that rained down on the planet's surface during thunderstorms, providing them with a ready and sustainable source of power. (GORW)

Paigun
this was the native language of the Paigun race. Lexicologists of the galaxy described the Paigun language as extremely precise, and noted that it lacked any metaphors or euphemisms. (GORW)

Paigun
this alien race was native to Paigu, a planet in the Commonality. Tall and lanky in appearance, the Paiguns were noted for their wisdom and their skills in mathematics and logic. Groups of Paigun inventors and management experts worked with the Vorzydiaks to establish the industry of the planet Vorzyd 4 and Vorzyd 5. Individual Paiguns were noted by their pebbly, gray-green skin and their shriveled faces. (GORW)

Pain Droid
this was another term used to describe the interrogation droids used by the Empire. (MIS4)

Paint
this was starpilot slang for a sensor lock on a starship. It came from the description of the sensor system "painting" a starship with its beams, as it gathered transponder identification and other data about the vessel. (HSR)

Painted Door Street
a street located in Plawal, on Belsavis. Nubblyk the Slyte had a house on this street, which was taken over by Roganda Ismaren. (COJ)

Pair O'Dice Casino
a casino located in the Yerith Bespin hotel on Cloud City over Bespin. (GG2)

Pak, Tal
this rat-fced man was a notorious smuggler. Tal Pak and his partner, Vassk, agreed to help the Alliance by providing them with the location of a supply cache on Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He was later betrayed by his partner when the Twi'lek sold out to the Empire. (SWJ2)

Pake
an Alliance X-Wing pilot killed in action over M'haeli. (ROC)

Pak-It Gear Bag
this SoroSuub gear bag is essentially a backpack used by spacers to carry personal effects. (PSG)

Pakk
this Herglic term could be used to indicate a Herglic pod community, a city, or a planet, depending on the context in which it was used. (PGT)

Pakka
this Trianii cub was the son of Atuarre and Keeheen. He was kidnapped and interrogated by the Corporate Sector' Security Police during the annexation of Fibuli, and hadn't spoken since that time, after Atuarre managed to rescue him during a prisoner transfer. Pakka and his mother later teamed up with Rekkon to investigate the disappearances of individuals in the Corporate Sector, in the wake of Keeheen's disappearance. After Han Solo was able to locate the prisoners at the Stars' End facility on Mytus VII, Pakka pretended to be a trained acrobat as part of Madame Atuarre's Roving Performers. This wasn't a big stretch for the cub, who had trained alongside his parents for many years, and could outperform most fully-trained acrobats. After infiltrating Stars' End, the small group was able to liberate the prisoners being kept there, including Keeheen. As the rescuers fled Mytus VII, Pakka was the only one in a position to see the entire Stars' End tower crash back into the planetoid and explode. After the rescue, Pakka and his family returned to Trian, and Pakka himself tried to return to school and lead a normal life. Unfortunately, he had become something of a celebrity on Fibuli. He adjusted quickly, and soon was drawn out of his shell. (HSE, CSA)

Pakkallo, Sena
this aging woman served as a medical officer at the Imperial garrison on Bakura during the height of the Galactic Civil War. A veteran of several missions to harsh worlds, Pakkallo once treated Wilek Nereus for a parasitic disorder on OrulShai II. Nereus remembered her compassion, and eventually hired her to serve on Bakura. She hoped that a non-combat position would make her life easier, but Nereus' cruel methods of keeping the peace kept her more than busy. She grew bitter working for the Empire, and even considered joining the Alliance. She didn't know how to contact them, so she smuggled medical supplies to the Bakuran underground. In the wake of the Battle of Bakura, Pakkallo decided to join the fledgling New Republic. (TBSB)

Pakkerd Light Transport
this false corporation was set up on Ession by the Imperial warlord Zsinj, under the alias of Oan Pakkerd. The company's records listed Vanter Raffin as the chief officer, and Hola Paskalian as the chief of security. During the height of the Empire, Pakkerd was a division of Sienar Fleet Systems that built TIE Fighters and TIE Interceptors. After the death of Palpatine at Endor, Pakkerd was sold off. Since that time, it has produced a wide range of repulsorlift vehicles. Zsinj had actually been building new TIE Fighters, which he hoped to get assigned to the Implacable before the New Republic could stop him. Unfortunately, with the help of the captured Night Caller, the Republic was able to knock out the Pakkerd plant and rob Zsinj of his reinforcements. (WS)

Pako Ramoon
a planet located in the Grohl Sector, Pako Ramoon was the site of TransGalMeg's corporate headquarters. Diskio and K'lial Khzrry were instrumental in the Alliance's attempt to infiltrate the TGM headquarters. (CRO)

Pakoukou
this was a Mon Calamari deity. (T4)

Pakrik Major
this planet orbited its primary star with its less-populated sister, Pakrik Minor. It is located in the Kanchen Sector. (SOP)

Pakrik Minor
this small, sparesly-populated sister to the planet Pakrik Minor is the primary world which grows tallgrain. It is the captial world of the Kanchen Sector. (SOP)

Pakuuni
primary planet in the Pakuuni System. (TIE)

Pakuuni System
a haven for pirates and smugglers around the time of the Battle of Hoth. Intergalactic trade there was dangerous, at best. Thrawn, then an Imperial Vice Admiral, attempted to set up a new installation there. From this base, Thrawn could then restore order to the system. (TIE)

Pal
this was a common component used to create the names given to Cerean males. In general, male Cereans given an individual name, which is added to the names of their father and grandfather. Complete male names are arranged based on harmony and cadence, but the literal meanings are arranged to ensure proper descriptions. The name Pal referred to an individual's quickness of mind, cunning, or initiative. (GCG)

Pala Kwi'teksa
this young Twi'lek girl was a slave in Mos Espa, and was a friend of young Anakin Skywalker. Before arriving on Tatooine, Pala was first enslaved by the Toydarian baron Begubb. Begubb had demanded an annual payment of ryll spice to "protect" her village, and when the natives couldn't pay, Begubb took the smartest and brightest children instead. She was educated at Madame Vansitt's Charm Academy to be an assassin, and was sold to Lord Tantos shortly before Anakin defeated Sebulba in the Boonta Eve Classic podrace. However, she and Anakin discovered a group of Ghostling children captured by Sebulba, and they tried their best to rescue them from Gradulla the Hutt. Gardulla was able to identify Pala from a flake of skin found in Gardulla's dungeons, and Madame Vansitt had no choice but to destroy Pala. Luckily for Pala, Anakin had given her a signal jammer to wear, which blocked the destruction transmission. After helping the Ghostlings reach Bantha Rock and the ship of Rakir Banai, Pala escaped Tatooine with Dorn. (E1A5, E1A7, E1A8)

Palace Courtyard
this wide, circular courtyard was built near Naboo's Theed Palace, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. The courtyard was split into two halves, with a tree-lined walkway running down the middle. The courtyard was created to foster and encourage enlightened thought and practice, in the wake of the brutal invasion of the Trade Federation. Holographic murals imbedded in the colonnade wall defining the courtyard's boundaries portrayed many of Naboo's greatest philosophers and artists, in keeping with the courtyard's themes. Just before the onset of the Clone Wars, many of the workers staged work stoppages and strikes in protest of the working conditions during the construction of the courtyard, but were swiftly arrested and silenced by the local security forces. (IWE2)

Palace Dargul
governmental seat on the planet Dargul. (JS)

Palace Guard
this was the division of the Royal Naboo Security Force which was responsible for security in and around the royal and governmental buildings of Naboo. The Palace Guard was made up of about 150 members of the Security Force who had experience offworld, many of whom had received commendations for their bravery and service. (SON)

Palace Hotel
this was one of the many bordellos that were found on the moon Naos III during the last years of the Old Republic. (LEV)

Palace Museum
found on the planet Tatooine, this museum contains many displays which depict Jabba the Hutt's personal empire. There are many fine examples of the artwork, weaponry, and music preferred by the crimelord, as well as several recreations of the palace itself. (SOL)

Palace of Light
located in the city of Lola Curich on Lianna, the Palace of Light is an amusement pavilion encompassing over 600 different games of skill and chance. Food can also be ordered in several quick-food restaurant booths scattered throughout the pavilion. (ML)

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