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Star Wars - Encyclopedia

Star Wars - Encyclopedia

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 The Completely UnofficialStar Wars Encyclopedia- Version 2.03December 2000
Bob Vitas
bobvitas@mindspring.com swenc@theforce.net 
A listing of this encyclopedia can be viewed on the World Wide Web, hosted by TheForce.Net, at the following URL:http://www.theforce.net/swenc All text contained herein is copyright 1996-2000 by Robert Vitas, and is based on information which is copyrighted byLucasfilm Limited.All LFL information is used without expressed permission, and without malicious intent.
 
 
Some Information on This Encyclopedia
This encyclopedia was created from all Lucasflim-licensed sources ofStar Warsinformation. It was created without regard for what is"canon" what is not "canon" in theStar Warsuniverse. I did, however, place information from the Marvel Comics series in the Arcanasection, since much of it is wildly outside the standard
Star Wars 
dogma.It was first made available to friends in 1994, after about 2 ½ years of work. I had been compiling information in a few text files, since Ihadn't read any of the West End Games material when
Heir to the Empire 
came out. Thus, I was completely at a loss as to what a
Lancer 
-class frigate was. As it grew, I realized that this was bigger than the text files I had started with, so I tried out WordPerfect. OnceI got everything converted over, and started really getting it presentable, I printed out the First Edition.I kept working on it, especially when I learned about the scope of theWest End Gamesmaterial and the width ofBantam Spectra'sdeal to produce new novels. My free time, as I knew it, would be forever changed!When I got the HTML plug-in for WordPerfect, I knew it was time to "go public." That first HTML converter took about 14 hours tocomplete the entire encyclopedia (which was about 2 Megabytes in size as a WP60 file), and my AOL account could only handle about15 letters of the alphabet. I am indebted to those readers who started visiting my website back then, and who clamored for moreinformation. After trying a couple other converters in an effort to get that 14-hour time down, I gave up on WordPerfect and migrated toWord 97. (This was a tough choice, since I am not Bill Gates' biggest fan by any stretch of the imagination!) The HTML code convertedin about 10 minutes, from a set of files which was now about 5 Megabytes in total. All this meant that I had more time to figure out howto make the encyclopedia presentable.I moved my ISP from AOL to Mindspring, and was able to get the full encyclopedia uploaded. However, I was limited to 450 Megabytesof transfer per month, which at first was OK. But, as the prequels started getting headlines, I would hit that mark every once in a while.When the prequels were about a year away, I would hit it every month. It was at this time thatMosEisley.comoffered to host myencyclopedia. I hesitated, not sure if I should move. However, as the prequels approached and I starting hitting my limit by the 15
th
ofeach month, I was getting as frustrated as my readers. So, I agreed to their offer and moved to their server. Thanks, Matt and Stan!Of course, things always look greener across the fence, and I began to get a lot of notes from readers asking me to send them the filesvia e-mail. While the server was handling the HTML code pretty well, downloads were only completing about half the time. This wasgetting to be a hassle, as was the week where the site was down for an unknown reason. Also, space started to become an issue,prohibiting me from putting up lots of pictures and graphics. Thus, I took a sabbatical from MosEisley.com and started hunting for a newhome. Amazingly, I found one almost immediately atTheForce.Net. They agreed to give me a ton of space and all the help I needed.While I had this before, I was now part of one of the largest Star Wars sites on the Internet. TheForce.Net had already recognized myencyclopedia as a cool site, and now it was on its way to become
the
Star Wars encyclopedia on the Internet.This is the first edition withTheForce.Net, and I hope it reaches new and existing readers with more ease than ever. Thanks to readerslike you, I've been transferring well over 4 Gigabytes of data each month! I'm also indebted to the readers who have written back,pointing out problems and offering suggestions, in an effort to make this the most complete and comprehensive encyclopedia available!I rally do enjoy reading your correspondences and answering your questions. Keep 'em coming!It is impossible to create a document like this from such a huge body of knowledge without finding some inconsistencies and errors.Every author who has written in theStar Warsuniverse has commented on it and dealt with it. Lucasfilm has final say on the material Idrew from, and it makes no claim that the material is 100 percent compatible with George Lucas' vision of theStar Warsuniverse. So,if there are errors or inconsistencies, I have tried to note them as appropriate.It is important to note that this massive work could not have been completed (like it will ever be complete!) without help from a numberof sources. They are all noted in the Acknowledgements section. I just hope i didn't leave anyone out!I have also tried to document the source of my encyclopedia entries at all times. The bibliography at the end of this encyclopedia isquite extensive, and I have tried to indicate with each entry which source it came from. If an entry is not sourced, it means that I couldnot remember where I found it. If you find an unsourced or inaccurately sourced entry, pleasee-mail me!. The source listed is the firstreference to an entry. If there are multiple sources listed, then all sources listed contributed some information to the encyclopedia. Theabbreviations I have used are as follows:
 
Abbreviation Description of Source MaterialAC
Ambush at Corellia (novel)
AE
Alien Encounters (WEG compendium)
AESB
The Art of The Empire Strikes Back (pictorial)
AIR
Alliance Intelligence Reports (WEG Supplement)
ANA
Star Wars Episode I: Anakin Skywalker (comic one-shot)
ANNOT
Star Wars: The Annotated Scripts (reference)
AS
Assault at Selonia (novel)
ASW
The Art of Star Wars (pictorial)
AT
The Adventures of Teebo (children's book)
 
BF
Boba Fett (comic series)
BFE
Ewoks: The Battle for Endor (motion picture)
BGS
Battle for the Golden Sun (WEG adventure module)
BHAS
The Bounty Hunters: Aurra Sing (comic)
BI
Black Ice (WEG adventure module)
BP
Balance Point (novel)
BTM
Star Wars 
: Behind the Magic (computer software)
BTS
Before the Storm (novel)
BSS
Black Sands of Socorro (WEG supplement)
BW
X-Wing Rogue Squadron: The Bacta War (novel)
C
Star Wars: Chewbacca (comic series)
CCC
Crisis on Cloud City (WEG adventure)
CCG
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Premiere Edition
CCG2
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - A New Hope
CCG3
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Hoth
CCG4
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Dagobah
CCG5
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Cloud City
CCG6
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Sealed Deck
CCG7
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Jabba’s Palace
CCG8
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game – Second Anthology
CCG9
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game – Special Edition
CCG10
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game – Endor
CCG11
Star Wars: Customizable Card Game - Death Star II
CCR
Crisis at Crystal Reef (YA novel)
CE
Crimson Empire (comic series)
CE2
Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood (comic series)
CFG
Cracken’s Rebel Field Guide (WEG reference)
COG
Creatures of the Galaxy (WEG supplement)
COJ
Children of the Jedi (novel)
COTF
Champions of the Force (novel)
CPL
Courtship of Princess Leia (novel)
CRO
Cracken's Rebel Operatives (WEG reference)
CS
The Crystal Star (novel)
CSA
Han Solo and the Corporate Sector (WEG reference)
CSW
Classic Star Wars (comic series)
CSWDW
Classic Star Wars: Devilworlds (comic series)
CSWEA
Classic Star Wars: The Early Adventures (comic series)
CT
Jedi Apprentice: The Captive Temple (YA novel)
CTD
Cracken's Threat Dossier (WEG supplement)
DA
Dark Apprentice (novel)
DARK
The DarkStryder Campaign (WEG Campaign)
DCAR
Droids Cartoon Series (animated TV)
DESB
Dark Empire I Sourcebook (WEG reference)
DE1
Dark Empire I (comic series)
DE2
Dark Empire II (comic series)
DF
Dark Forces (computer game & player's guide)
DF2
Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight (computer game)
DFR
Dark Force Rising (novel)
DFRC
Dark Force Rising (comic series)
DFRSB
Dark Force Rising Sourcebook (WEG reference)
DH
Jedi Apprentice: The Deadly Hunter (YA novel)
DK
Darkest Knight (young adult novel)
DLS
Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith (comic series)
DOD
Jedi Apprentice: Defenders of the Dead (YA novel)
DOD2
A Decade of Dark Horse, Volume 2 (comic contains “This Crumb for Hire”)
DOE
Domain of Evil (WEG adventure module)
DOR
Jedi Apprentice: The Day of Reckoning (YA novel)
DR
Jedi Apprentice: The Dark Rival (YA novel)
DRO
Droids and Droids II (comic series)
 
DRPC
Droids: The Protocol Offensive (comic book)
DS
Darksaber (novel)
DSTC
Death Star Technical Companion (WEG supplement)
DTO
Dark Tide: Onslaught (novel)
DTR
Dark Tide II: Ruin (novel)
DU
Death in the Undercity (WEG Adventure)
DW
DroidWorks (computer game)