This Nimbanese data forger was surrounded by rumors of great associations
with the Klatooinan Trade Guild and the Hutts themselves. He never discussed
his past, but nevertheless was one of the best forgers in the galaxy.
He managed to obtain a Bureau of Ships Services interface plug, allowing
him to make nearly perfect alterations to a starship captain's permits
and licenses. Of course, his fees were commensurate with his workmanship.
This Mon Calamari smuggler was believed to have been the traitor who betrayed
the Syvris shadowport's location to the Empire. It was believed that Basz
was once an Imperial slave, and many of his rivals attributed his ease
with Imperial officers to this story. Others have said that he made friends
with the Imperials to ensure his other business dealings weren't interfered
with. Whatever the reason, he was shunned after the destruction of Syvris
This swoop gang originated on the planet Biivren. Despite their fearsome
name, the Blood Razors were formed to assist those inhabitants who were
outcast when the big corporations took over the planet. They trafficked
black market goods to the underground, avoiding Imperial notice by covering
their activities with swoop chases.
This man and his partner, Rypka, traveled the Outer Rim Territories, looking
for fellow spacers to rescue from bad situations. Bryce-Kelley believed
that the more favors he spread around, the more he could collect on later.
With this in mind, he and Rypka had a uncanny knack of showing up just
when a fellow spacer needed them the most. The pair traveled in the bulky-seeming
freighter, the Royal Mistress.
This Twi'leki spice merchant was a minor dealing in the Outer Rim, buying
and selling spice along the Corellian Trade Spine. He was known to be
a fair-weather friend to independent spacers, willing to employ them but
unwilling to help them if they got into a jam.
This mysterious company has no address, no board of directors, and no
contact information. Any deep research has led to another company by the
same name, which went out of business well before the Clone Wars. Electronic
Freightways, nevertheless, contracts a great number of independent spacers
to carry its cargoes across the galaxy. Spacers discover unusual requests
suddenly pop up on their datapads, indicated where to pick up the cargo
and how much the job with pay. The company always seemed to have in-depth
knowledge of the spacers they employ, and ensure the confidentiality of
their cargoes by packing them in heavily reinforced crates.
This old Duros trader worked during the height of the New Order, plying
the spacelanes with his starship, the Corsa-Vinn. The ship had been in
his family for years, and had earned a reputation as a smuggling vessel.
Grumme Vinn himself despised smugglers, and worked hard to make a name
for himself as an honest trader. He often went out of his way to avoid
helping a smuggler, in order to preserve his own hard-won battles for
respect. As the Empire rose to power and more and more smugglers began
helping the Alliance, Grumme found that his personal moral code was more
of a burden than a blessing, but he nonetheless stuck with it.
Klatooinan Trade Guild
This famed commerical organization is actually just a front for several
Hutt endeavors. Originally established several millennia before the New
Order, the Guild was formed to provide Klatooinans a chance to work on
planets far from their homeworld. Unfortunately for most Klatooinans,
this meant they were sold into indentured servitude to the Hutts, working
as shippers and smugglers. There were no official Guild halls, although
it owned a number of warehouses and docking bays that were used as bases
for the Guild's operations.
The Imperial Moff who oversaw the governmental roles of the various royal
Houses on the bust trading and commercial planet of Brentaal. Despite
his position, Maclain was despised by the local Customs agency for his
willingness to immerse himself in the business of Brentaal, instead of
imposing the Emperor's will on the populace. Maclain made a small fortune
playing the stock market on the planet, as well as supporting several
of the shadier freighter pilots.
This Alliance supply purchaser worked along the Trax Tube trade route
during the Galactic Civil War.
This female Bothan was a petty crime lord who was also a member of Kothlis'
high society. A native of Kothlis, she remained on the planet when her
parents returned to Bothawui, taking control of the family enterprises
and expanding her business into a small empire. Very few beings knew that
she had extensive contacts in the criminal underworld, and she worked
hard to keep them a secret. To preserve the secret, she left much of the
day-to-day operations of her criminal activities to a Bothan she called
This strikingly beautiful young woman was one of the galaxy's most famous
smugglers. Platt was the daughter of parents who were members of one of
Brentaal's more prominent trading houses. She was supposed to attend the
commerce academy and learn about the family business, but the idea of
being a stuffy businesswoman didn't appeal to her. After several boring
years at school, she packed her meager belongings and hitched a ride aboard
the Starlite Cloud. After two years on the Starlite Cloud, she crewed
on the Ravelev for two years before joining the Klatooinan Trade Guild
as a pilot. She owned the YT-1300 known as the Last Chance. Early in her
career, Platt was captured and enslaved by Big Quince. A chance meeting
with a fellow slave named Tru'eb Cholakk brought her a chance for escape.
The two plotted against Big Quince, eventually stealing his personal shuttle
and escaping captivity. Platt later repaid Tru'eb for his help, and the
two developed a strong friendship. Platt often worked for the Alliance
and the New Republic, but was by no means allied with them. She and Tru'eb
often worked alone, although they often hired additional help as needs
demanded. Shortly after the Battle of Endor, they teamed up with Dirk
Harkness while working on Zelos II, when they became aware of the Imperial
presence on the planet. They tipped off the New Republic to the location
of the garrison, and Harkness went in to ensure the base was cleared out.
However, the Republic's team was wiped out and Harkness was captured.
Platt and Tru'eb both believed Harkness was worth rescuing, so they infiltrated
the garrison and rescue him, along with Jai Raventhorn.
This Nimanel served as the primary representative of the Klatooinan Trade
Guild on the planet Boztrok, during the early years of the New Order.
His offices were housed in an massive tower near Boztrok's main spaceport,
and the tower served as its own port for the ships of the Guild. Nar-Tan
was something of a crimelord, and he once hired Platt Okeefe as a pilot,
shortly after she ended her tenure with Captain Kassler aboard the Ravelev.
Nar-Tan later placed a small bounty on Platt's head for an unspecified
This attractive and deadly woman was one of the more powerful representatives
of the Klatooinan Trade Guild. Always attened by a group of Kaltooinan
bodyguards, she managed her operations from the moon Gall during the height
of the New Order.
This independent freighter was owned and operated by Captain Kassler.
This Rodian owned Tulagn's Starship Outfitters, on the planet Wroona.
He was a shady character who was always looking for ways to get more money
for his merchandise than it was actually worth. He was also known to smugglers
and independent spacers as a fence who could move almost any form of stolen
goods. He kept a collection of worthless trinkets in his exterior assortment
of items, and a spacer had only to bring one to Tulagn to indicate they
had an item to fence. Tulagn would claim that the trinket was his last
specimen, but then would invite the spacer into the back room to view
This Ugnaught smuggler maintained a small criminal empire on the planet
Kothlis. The leader of the Ubskai clan, he was a rival of Maxeena Sov'lya,
although they often performed work for each other. Ukert also owned the
Reclamations Services, Incorporated smelting and recycling operation on
Kothlis. Unknown to most beings, Ukert served as a go-between for the
Alliance, obtainin weapons from the Botha Ammunitions Corporation and
hiding them in recycling bins for pick-up by Alliance agents.
This woman was a bounty hunter who preferred to wear Ubese battle armor.
She often worked on retainer for Pok Nar-Ten, but usually made her services
available to the highest bidder. Few beings ever saw her real face without
dying, a mystique she cultivated to add to her prowess.
from the Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia