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*[[Smugglers' Alliance]]<ref name="Smuggler">Since Chin is a member of Talon Karrde's organization, and Karrde founded the Smugglers' Alliance, Chin was therefore a member of that organization as well when it was active.</ref>
 
*[[Smugglers' Alliance]]<ref name="Smuggler">Since Chin is a member of Talon Karrde's organization, and Karrde founded the Smugglers' Alliance, Chin was therefore a member of that organization as well when it was active.</ref>
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{{Quote|Just because I don't live in a big flashy city doesn't mean I'm stupid. What hai&mdash;you think we don't know what it means when Imperial stormtroopers start setting up a temporary garrison?|Chin, to an Imperial Major in Hyllyard City|Heir to the Empire}}
 
{{Quote|Just because I don't live in a big flashy city doesn't mean I'm stupid. What hai&mdash;you think we don't know what it means when Imperial stormtroopers start setting up a temporary garrison?|Chin, to an Imperial Major in Hyllyard City|Heir to the Empire}}
'''Chin''' was a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]] [[Smuggler/Legends|smuggler]] and chief associate of [[Talon Karrde]]'s [[Car'das|organization]]. A native of the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Myrkr/Legends|Myrkr]], Chin was one of Karrde's longest-serving and most trusted associates, and served as the smuggler's chief of operations for [[Myrkr Base|Karrde's headquarters]] on the planet. An expert on Myrkr's native wildlife, Chin trained and domesticated Karrde's pet [[vornskr]]s, and was skilled in the removal of [[ysalamir]]i from their [[Tree/Legends|tree]] branches. He filled many roles within Karrde's organization, including caring for the vornskrs [[Sturm]] and [[Drang]], and crewing aboard Karrde's main [[Starship/Legends|vessel]], the ''[[Wild Karrde]]''. Chin served Karrde throughout the entirety of the [[Thrawn campaign]], and was still part of the organization during the [[Caamas Document Crisis]] [[19 ABY/Legends|ten years later]]. A skilled [[Engineer/Legends|engineer]] and [[Gunner/Legends|gunner]], Chin would most often be found manning the communications console during missions. A veteran smuggler, he was middle-aged by [[9 ABY/Legends|9 ABY]], and in later [[Standard year/Legends|years]] adopted a grandfatherly approach toward the new members of the organization.
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'''Chin''' was a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]] [[Smuggler/Legends|smuggler]] and chief associate of [[Talon Karrde]]'s [[Car'das|organization]]. A native of the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Myrkr]], Chin was one of Karrde's longest-serving and most trusted associates, and served as the smuggler's chief of operations for [[Myrkr Base|Karrde's headquarters]] on the planet. An expert on Myrkr's native wildlife, Chin trained and domesticated Karrde's pet [[vornskr]]s, and was skilled in the removal of [[ysalamir]]i from their [[Tree/Legends|tree]] branches. He filled many roles within Karrde's organization, including caring for the vornskrs [[Sturm]] and [[Drang]], and crewing aboard Karrde's main [[Starship/Legends|vessel]], the ''[[Wild Karrde]]''. Chin served Karrde throughout the entirety of the [[Thrawn campaign]], and was still part of the organization during the [[Caamas Document Crisis]] [[19 ABY|ten years later]]. A skilled [[Engineer/Legends|engineer]] and [[Gunner/Legends|gunner]], Chin would most often be found manning the communications console during missions. A veteran smuggler, he was middle-aged by [[9 ABY]], and in later [[Standard year/Legends|years]] adopted a grandfatherly approach toward the new members of the organization.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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{{Quote|Chin! Come and take them out, will you?''"<br />"''Sure. Come on, fellows. What hai we go for a walk, hee?|Karrde entrusts Chin with care of his vornskrs|Heir to the Empire}}
 
{{Quote|Chin! Come and take them out, will you?''"<br />"''Sure. Come on, fellows. What hai we go for a walk, hee?|Karrde entrusts Chin with care of his vornskrs|Heir to the Empire}}
 
[[File:Myrkr.jpg|thumb|left|Myrkr, Chin's homeworld]]
 
[[File:Myrkr.jpg|thumb|left|Myrkr, Chin's homeworld]]
Chin was a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]] who hailed from the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Myrkr/Legends|Myrkr]]. He was part of [[Smuggler/Legends|smuggler]] [[Talon Karrde]]'s [[Car'das|organization]], whose [[Myrkr Base|headquarters]] were located on Myrkr. One of Karrde's longest-serving associates, Chin had extensive knowledge about his [[Homeworld/Legends|homeworld's]] native wildlife, and his expertise was put to use by Karrde. Karrde had acquired two native [[vornskr]]s, which he named [[Sturm]] and [[Drang]], and Chin was responsible for training and domesticating the wild predators to serve as Karrde's [[Bodyguard/Legends|bodyguards]]. Chin also understood the [[ysalamir]]i, mysterious [[The Force/Legends|Force]]-neutralizing creatures that lived on Myrkr, and knew how to remove the ysalamir from their [[Tree/Legends|tree]] branches without [[Death/Legends|killing]] them. In addition to these duties, Chin also oversaw base security and operations.<ref name="HE-SB" />
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Chin was a [[Human/Legends|Human]] [[Sexes/Legends|male]] who hailed from the [[Planet/Legends|planet]] [[Myrkr]]. He was part of [[Smuggler/Legends|smuggler]] [[Talon Karrde]]'s [[Car'das|organization]], whose [[Myrkr Base|headquarters]] were located on Myrkr. One of Karrde's longest-serving associates, Chin had extensive knowledge about his [[Homeworld/Legends|homeworld's]] native wildlife, and his expertise was put to use by Karrde. Karrde had acquired two native [[vornskr]]s, which he named [[Sturm]] and [[Drang]], and Chin was responsible for training and domesticating the wild predators to serve as Karrde's [[Bodyguard/Legends|bodyguards]]. Chin also understood the [[ysalamir]]i, mysterious [[The Force/Legends|Force]]-neutralizing creatures that lived on Myrkr, and knew how to remove the ysalamir from their [[Tree/Legends|tree]] branches without [[Death/Legends|killing]] them. In addition to these duties, Chin also oversaw base security and operations.<ref name="HE-SB" />
   
In [[8 ABY/Legends|8 ABY]], Chin was responsible for gimmicking the [[Hyperdrive/Legends|hyperdrive]] on one of Karrde's [[Starship/Legends|ships]], the ''[[Uwana Buyer]]'', so that the smuggler chief would have a legitimate reason to land on the planet [[Varonat]] on the [[Ison Corridor]]. Karrde had heard rumors that a [[Krish (species)/Legends|Krish]] [[Crime lord/Legends|crime lord]] named [[Gamgalon]] was using [[Morodin/Legends|Morodin]]-[[Hunting/Legends|hunting]] [[Gamgalon's Morodin-hunting safari|safaris]] as a cover for other, more illegal, enterprises and wanted to investigate what said business entailed and whether or not he could get in on the action himself. Chin adjusted the [[Flux capacitor connector|power flux connector]] on the ship four degrees out of alignment, and assured Karrde that an average hyperdrive mechanic would take at least a [[Standard day/Legends|day]] to find it. As it turned out, the [[Technician/Legends|mechanic]]&mdash;the former [[Emperor's Hand]], [[Mara Jade Skywalker|Mara Jade]]&mdash;on the planet found it quicker. Due to a series of events on Varonat that culminated in Jade saving Karrde's life, he brought her into his organization.<ref name="FC">{{Journal|1|First Contact}}</ref>
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In [[8 ABY]], Chin was responsible for gimmicking the [[Hyperdrive/Legends|hyperdrive]] on one of Karrde's [[Starship/Legends|ships]], the ''[[Uwana Buyer]]'', so that the smuggler chief would have a legitimate reason to land on the planet [[Varonat]] on the [[Ison Corridor]]. Karrde had heard rumors that a [[Krish (species)|Krish]] [[Crime lord/Legends|crime lord]] named [[Gamgalon]] was using [[Morodin/Legends|Morodin]]-[[Hunting/Legends|hunting]] [[Gamgalon's Morodin-hunting safari|safaris]] as a cover for other, more illegal, enterprises and wanted to investigate what said business entailed and whether or not he could get in on the action himself. Chin adjusted the [[Flux capacitor connector|power flux connector]] on the ship four degrees out of alignment, and assured Karrde that an average hyperdrive mechanic would take at least a [[Standard day/Legends|day]] to find it. As it turned out, the [[Technician/Legends|mechanic]]&mdash;the former [[Emperor's Hand]], [[Mara Jade Skywalker|Mara Jade]]&mdash;on the planet found it quicker. Due to a series of events on Varonat that culminated in Jade saving Karrde's life, he brought her into his organization.<ref name="FC">{{Journal|1|First Contact}}</ref>
   
 
===The Thrawn Crisis===
 
===The Thrawn Crisis===
 
{{Quote|You can't just pull them off their branches, not without killing them. An ysalamir in this stage is sessile&mdash;its claws have elongated to the point where they've essentially grown directly into the core of the branch it inhabits.''"<br />"''And you, I suppose, know the proper way to do it?''"<br />"''Some of my people do, yes. If you'd like, I could send one of them to rendezvous with your shuttles. The technique involved isn't especially difficult, but it really does have to be demonstrated.|Talon Karrde and Gilad Pellaeon discuss the proper removal of ysalamiri from their natural habitat, with Karrde offering Chin's services|Heir to the Empire}}
 
{{Quote|You can't just pull them off their branches, not without killing them. An ysalamir in this stage is sessile&mdash;its claws have elongated to the point where they've essentially grown directly into the core of the branch it inhabits.''"<br />"''And you, I suppose, know the proper way to do it?''"<br />"''Some of my people do, yes. If you'd like, I could send one of them to rendezvous with your shuttles. The technique involved isn't especially difficult, but it really does have to be demonstrated.|Talon Karrde and Gilad Pellaeon discuss the proper removal of ysalamiri from their natural habitat, with Karrde offering Chin's services|Heir to the Empire}}
 
[[File:Chin walkies.jpg|thumb|right|Chin takes Sturm and Drang for a walk.]]
 
[[File:Chin walkies.jpg|thumb|right|Chin takes Sturm and Drang for a walk.]]
Five and a half [[Standard month/Legends|months]] later, Chin was serving as Karrde's chief of operations at Myrkr Base when the planet was visited by the [[Imperial II-class Star Destroyer/Legends|''Imperial II''-class Star Destroyer]] [[Chimaera/Legends|''Chimaera'']], the [[Flagship/Legends|flagship]] of [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] [[Grand Admiral/Legends|Grand Admiral]] [[Mitth'raw'nuruodo/Legends|Thrawn]]. The Imperial [[Thrawn's fleet|forces]] under Thrawn's leadership were interested in procuring ysalamiri from Myrkr's jungles. Karrde, in an effort to learn more about Thrawn's plans, offered the [[Captain/Legends|captain]] of the ''Chimaera'', [[Gilad Pellaeon/Legends|Gilad Pellaeon]], Chin's assistance in teaching the Imperial personnel how to safely remove the ysalamir from their branches. The Captain thanked Karrde for his generosity, and Chin, along with [[Dankin]], took a [[GAT-12 Skipray Blastboat|Skipray Blastboat]] out to meet with the Imperial force. Karrde knew that he could trust Chin and Dankin to subtly acquire information from the Imperial [[Shuttle/Legends|shuttle]] crews, and was content to have some of his personnel watching the Imperials for the duration of their visit. Once the Imperials left the planet, Chin and Dankin reported their findings to Karrde.<ref name="HE">''[[Heir to the Empire]]''</ref>
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Five and a half [[Standard month|months]] later, Chin was serving as Karrde's chief of operations at Myrkr Base when the planet was visited by the [[Imperial II-class Star Destroyer/Legends|''Imperial II''-class Star Destroyer]] ''[[Chimaera/Legends|Chimaera]]'', the [[Flagship/Legends|flagship]] of [[Galactic Empire/Legends|Imperial]] [[Grand Admiral/Legends|Grand Admiral]] [[Mitth'raw'nuruodo|Thrawn]]. The Imperial [[Thrawn's fleet|forces]] under Thrawn's leadership were interested in procuring ysalamiri from Myrkr's jungles. Karrde, in an effort to learn more about Thrawn's plans, offered the [[Captain/Legends|captain]] of the ''Chimaera'', [[Gilad Pellaeon]], Chin's assistance in teaching the Imperial personnel how to safely remove the ysalamir from their branches. The Captain thanked Karrde for his generosity, and Chin, along with [[Dankin]], took a [[GAT-12 Skipray Blastboat|Skipray Blastboat]] out to meet with the Imperial force. Karrde knew that he could trust Chin and Dankin to subtly acquire information from the Imperial [[Shuttle/Legends|shuttle]] crews, and was content to have some of his personnel watching the Imperials for the duration of their visit. Once the Imperials left the planet, Chin and Dankin reported their findings to Karrde.<ref name="HE">''[[Heir to the Empire]]''</ref>
   
Shortly after the Imperial visit, the ''[[Wild Karrde]]'' rescued [[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]] [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] from deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] after the latter had been [[Imperial ambush of Luke Skywalker|ambushed]] by the ''Chimaera'', damaging his [[T-65 X-wing starfighter/Legends|T-65 X-wing starfighter's]] hyperdrive in the process. The Empire was actively searching for Skywalker, and had posted a 30,000 [[Galactic Credit Standard|credit]] [[Bounty/Legends|bounty]] on his capture. Karrde had declined from participating in the search, wishing to remain neutral in the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|ongoing conflict]] between the Empire and the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], but finding Skywalker by chance threatened his stance. Chin was present with two other associates in the greatroom of Myrkr Base when Karrde met with Skywalker. As Skywalker approached Karrde, both of the smuggler's vornskrs&mdash;who used the Force to hunt prey&mdash;reacted to the [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi's]] presence and began to growl. Despite Karrde's admonishment, the two beasts refused to back down. Karrde called upon Chin to take the vornskrs away, and he took the two beasts for a walk. Unable to decide what to do with Skywalker, as most options would inevitably lead the Empire to believe that he had sided with the New Republic, Karrde was forced to keep Skywalker as a "guest" for the [[Time/Legends|time]] being.<ref name="HE" />
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Shortly after the Imperial visit, the ''[[Wild Karrde]]'' rescued [[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]] [[Luke Skywalker/Legends|Luke Skywalker]] from deep [[Realspace/Legends|space]] after the latter had been [[Imperial ambush of Luke Skywalker|ambushed]] by the ''Chimaera'', damaging his [[T-65 X-wing starfighter]]'s hyperdrive in the process. The Empire was actively searching for Skywalker, and had posted a 30,000 [[Galactic Credit Standard|credit]] [[Bounty/Legends|bounty]] on his capture. Karrde had declined from participating in the search, wishing to remain neutral in the [[Galactic Civil War/Legends|ongoing conflict]] between the Empire and the [[New Republic/Legends|New Republic]], but finding Skywalker by chance threatened his stance. Chin was present with two other associates in the greatroom of Myrkr Base when Karrde met with Skywalker. As Skywalker approached Karrde, both of the smuggler's vornskrs&mdash;who used the Force to hunt prey&mdash;reacted to the [[Jedi/Legends|Jedi's]] presence and began to growl. Despite Karrde's admonishment, the two beasts refused to back down. Karrde called upon Chin to take the vornskrs away, and he took the two beasts for a walk. Unable to decide what to do with Skywalker, as most options would inevitably lead the Empire to believe that he had sided with the New Republic, Karrde was forced to keep Skywalker as a "guest" for the [[Time/Legends|time]] being.<ref name="HE" />
   
 
A short while later, Chin was present with Jade and two of Karrde's other associates&mdash;[[Wadewarn]], and [[Zakarisz Ghent]]&mdash;at dinner when Karrde brought in two emissaries of the New Republic, [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]] and [[Lando Calrissian/Legends|Lando Calrissian]]. The pair had been attempting to persuade Karrde to contract his ships out to the New Republic for use as legitimate cargo haulers. Karrde had refused, citing the need to remain neutral, but did invite them to stay for dinner as a courtesy. During the meal, Karrde was called away and informed that Grand Admiral Thrawn himself was en route to the base to discuss the acquiring or [[Warship/Legends|warships]] and Karrde's refusal to search for Skywalker. Not wanting to be caught with high-profile New Republic members in attendance, he arranged for Solo and Calrissian to be hidden, and for Chin to make the appropriate arrangements to receive their Imperial guests.<ref name="HE" />
 
A short while later, Chin was present with Jade and two of Karrde's other associates&mdash;[[Wadewarn]], and [[Zakarisz Ghent]]&mdash;at dinner when Karrde brought in two emissaries of the New Republic, [[Han Solo/Legends|Han Solo]] and [[Lando Calrissian/Legends|Lando Calrissian]]. The pair had been attempting to persuade Karrde to contract his ships out to the New Republic for use as legitimate cargo haulers. Karrde had refused, citing the need to remain neutral, but did invite them to stay for dinner as a courtesy. During the meal, Karrde was called away and informed that Grand Admiral Thrawn himself was en route to the base to discuss the acquiring or [[Warship/Legends|warships]] and Karrde's refusal to search for Skywalker. Not wanting to be caught with high-profile New Republic members in attendance, he arranged for Solo and Calrissian to be hidden, and for Chin to make the appropriate arrangements to receive their Imperial guests.<ref name="HE" />
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Karrde's organization subsequently decamped to the planet [[Rishi/Legends|Rishi]] and activated a [[Rishi Base (Talon Karrde)|backup base]] that Karrde had set up in case of emergency. During the organization's stay on the planet, Mara Jade encountered a [[Bounty hunter/Legends|bounty hunter]], [[Gunner Groth|Dengar Roth]], who was actively searching for Karrde and his associates. Although Jade effectively dealt with the bounty hunter, Karrde was forced to retreat once more. While an associate named [[Lachton]] was assigned to dismantle the base, Chin led a team to repack the equipment dumps.<ref name="DFR" />
 
Karrde's organization subsequently decamped to the planet [[Rishi/Legends|Rishi]] and activated a [[Rishi Base (Talon Karrde)|backup base]] that Karrde had set up in case of emergency. During the organization's stay on the planet, Mara Jade encountered a [[Bounty hunter/Legends|bounty hunter]], [[Gunner Groth|Dengar Roth]], who was actively searching for Karrde and his associates. Although Jade effectively dealt with the bounty hunter, Karrde was forced to retreat once more. While an associate named [[Lachton]] was assigned to dismantle the base, Chin led a team to repack the equipment dumps.<ref name="DFR" />
   
As Grand Admiral Thrawn's campaign against the New Republic intensified with his acquisition of [[Spaarti cloning cylinder]]s to grow [[Cloning/Legends|fresh troops]] and the legendary [[Katana fleet]] of [[Dreadnaught-class heavy cruiser|''Dreadnaught''-class heavy cruisers]], Karrde found himself hunted by the Empire and reluctantly began to assist the New Republic. Chin was aboard the ''Wild Karrde'' when Karrde took the vessel to the [[Chazwa system]] to infiltrate the Imperial [[Garrison/Legends|garrison]] on [[Chazwa/Legends|Chazwa]] to see if he could obtain information on Thrawn's cloning program. While in the [[Star system/Legends|system]], he met with former smuggler [[Samuel Tomas Gillespee]] aboard the ''[[Kern's Pride]]''. The ''Kern's Pride'', which had escaped from the Imperial [[Battle at Ukio|occupation]] of [[Ukio/Legends|Ukio]], drew the attention of a pair of [[Lancer-class frigate/Legends|''Lancer''-class frigates]]. Karrde ordered Chin, Lachton, and fellow crewmember [[Corvis]] to man the [[Freighter/Legends|freighter's]] [[Turbolaser/Legends|turbolasers]] and steamed in to rescue the ''Kern's Pride''. Chin [[Skirmish at Chazwa|engaged]] the ''Lancer''s with his turbolaser, and both Imperial vessels were forced to retreat when Karrde and Gillespee called in their respective backup [[Fleet/Legends|fleets]].<ref name="LC">''[[The Last Command]]''</ref>
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As Grand Admiral Thrawn's campaign against the New Republic intensified with his acquisition of [[Spaarti cloning cylinder]]s to grow [[Cloning/Legends|fresh troops]] and the legendary [[Katana fleet]] of [[Dreadnaught-class heavy cruiser|''Dreadnaught''-class heavy cruisers]], Karrde found himself hunted by the Empire and reluctantly began to assist the New Republic. Chin was aboard the ''Wild Karrde'' when Karrde took the vessel to the [[Chazwa system]] to infiltrate the Imperial [[garrison]] on [[Chazwa]] to see if he could obtain information on Thrawn's cloning program. While in the [[Star system/Legends|system]], he met with former smuggler [[Samuel Tomas Gillespee]] aboard the ''[[Kern's Pride]]''. The ''Kern's Pride'', which had escaped from the Imperial [[battle at Ukio|occupation]] of [[Ukio/Legends|Ukio]], drew the attention of a pair of [[Lancer-class frigate/Legends|''Lancer''-class frigates]]. Karrde ordered Chin, Lachton, and fellow crewmember [[Corvis]] to man the [[Freighter/Legends|freighter's]] [[Turbolaser/Legends|turbolasers]] and steamed in to rescue the ''Kern's Pride''. Chin [[Skirmish at Chazwa|engaged]] the ''Lancer''s with his turbolaser, and both Imperial vessels were forced to retreat when Karrde and Gillespee called in their respective backup [[Fleet/Legends|fleets]].<ref name="LC">''[[The Last Command]]''</ref>
   
 
Karrde set up his new headquarters on the planet [[Hijarna]], and Chin was among the personnel at the base. To formalize an [[Smugglers' Alliance|alliance]] between disparate groups of smugglers to oppose the Empire, Karrde arranged for a summit at the [[Fortress of Hijarna]]. As the groups assembled, Chin took Drang and Sturm for a walk near the ''Wild Karrde'' when he saw something moving in the shadows near the ship. He called it in and Karrde and Aves headed for the vessel immediately. Chin commandeered some of the crew from the ''[[Etherway]]'', one of Karrde's other ships, and began searching the south-end rooms on the ship while Dankin and another team took the north-end rooms. The search turned up no intruders, and Chin apologized for being mistaken. Karrde told him not to worry about it, not entirely convinced that Chin had been wrong at all. In actuality, Chin had not been mistaken, and had seen ship thief [[Niles Ferrier]]'s [[Defel/Legends|Defel]] [[Niles Ferrier's wraith|associate]] stealing aboard the ''Wild Karrde''. The smugglers had come together in defiance against the Empire following an Imperial [[Ambush on Trogan|attack]] on their meeting at [[Whistler's Whirlpool Tapcafe]] on [[Trogan/Legends|Trogan]]. Ferrier, in league with Thrawn, attempted to plant evidence that Karrde had arranged for the Imperial attack in an effort to unite the smugglers under his control. Karrde was able to prove his innocence when Ferrier slipped up, mentioning details of the raid that only the planted evidence documented, during the subsequent meeting of the smuggler chiefs.<ref name="LC" />
 
Karrde set up his new headquarters on the planet [[Hijarna]], and Chin was among the personnel at the base. To formalize an [[Smugglers' Alliance|alliance]] between disparate groups of smugglers to oppose the Empire, Karrde arranged for a summit at the [[Fortress of Hijarna]]. As the groups assembled, Chin took Drang and Sturm for a walk near the ''Wild Karrde'' when he saw something moving in the shadows near the ship. He called it in and Karrde and Aves headed for the vessel immediately. Chin commandeered some of the crew from the ''[[Etherway]]'', one of Karrde's other ships, and began searching the south-end rooms on the ship while Dankin and another team took the north-end rooms. The search turned up no intruders, and Chin apologized for being mistaken. Karrde told him not to worry about it, not entirely convinced that Chin had been wrong at all. In actuality, Chin had not been mistaken, and had seen ship thief [[Niles Ferrier]]'s [[Defel/Legends|Defel]] [[Niles Ferrier's wraith|associate]] stealing aboard the ''Wild Karrde''. The smugglers had come together in defiance against the Empire following an Imperial [[Ambush on Trogan|attack]] on their meeting at [[Whistler's Whirlpool Tapcafe]] on [[Trogan/Legends|Trogan]]. Ferrier, in league with Thrawn, attempted to plant evidence that Karrde had arranged for the Imperial attack in an effort to unite the smugglers under his control. Karrde was able to prove his innocence when Ferrier slipped up, mentioning details of the raid that only the planted evidence documented, during the subsequent meeting of the smuggler chiefs.<ref name="LC" />
   
 
[[File:Chin and Karrde.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Chin hands Karrde Sturm and Drang's leashes on Wayland.]]
 
[[File:Chin and Karrde.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Chin hands Karrde Sturm and Drang's leashes on Wayland.]]
During the final days of Thrawn's campaign against the New Republic, a small team was [[Assault on Mount Tantiss|sent]] to the planet [[Wayland/Legends|Wayland]] to destroy Thrawn's cloning operation which included Skywalker, Solo, Calrissian, the [[Wookiee/Legends|Wookiee]] [[Chewbacca/Legends|Chewbacca]], and Mara Jade. Karrde learned of the mission from [[New Republic Provisional Council|New Republic Councilor]] [[Leia Organa Solo]] whilst on [[Coruscant/Legends|Coruscant]], the [[The galaxy/Legends|galactic]] [[Capital/Legends|capital]]. Organa Solo had recently discovered that Thrawn's cloning process relied on ysalamiri to create null-Force bubbles around the cloning cylinders to prevent [[clone madness]], and realized that Skywalker would be cut off from the Force once he reached his objective. Organa Solo contracted the ''Wild Karrde'' to take her to Wayland to warn her brother. Chin crewed on the ship, and made sure Karrde's vornskrs were harnessed and ready to track the New Republic team once the vessel had landed on the planet. Shortly after, the team succeeded in destroying the [[Mount Tantiss]] cloning operation, and Thrawn was killed during the [[Battle of Bilbringi (9 ABY)|Battle of Bilbringi]], bringing an end to his campaign.<ref name="LC" />
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During the final days of Thrawn's campaign against the New Republic, a small team was [[assault on Mount Tantiss|sent]] to the planet [[Wayland/Legends|Wayland]] to destroy Thrawn's cloning operation which included Skywalker, Solo, Calrissian, the [[Wookiee/Legends|Wookiee]] [[Chewbacca/Legends|Chewbacca]], and Mara Jade. Karrde learned of the mission from [[New Republic Provisional Council|New Republic Councilor]] [[Leia Organa Solo]] whilst on [[Coruscant/Legends|Coruscant]], the [[The galaxy/Legends|galactic]] [[Capital/Legends|capital]]. Organa Solo had recently discovered that Thrawn's cloning process relied on ysalamiri to create null-Force bubbles around the cloning cylinders to prevent [[clone madness]], and realized that Skywalker would be cut off from the Force once he reached his objective. Organa Solo contracted the ''Wild Karrde'' to take her to Wayland to warn her brother. Chin crewed on the ship, and made sure Karrde's vornskrs were harnessed and ready to track the New Republic team once the vessel had landed on the planet. Shortly after, the team succeeded in destroying the [[Mount Tantiss]] cloning operation, and Thrawn was killed during the [[Battle of Bilbringi (9 ABY)|Battle of Bilbringi]], bringing an end to his campaign.<ref name="LC" />
   
 
===Later activities===
 
===Later activities===
 
{{Dialogue|Talon Karrde|I suppose it hasn't occurred to you that startling a Togorian this way might be just the slightest bit dangerous?|Odonnl|Oh, come on, Captain, it's harmless fun. Mara lets us do this when she's on the bridge.|Chin|Anyway, Cap't, these are a long tradition. [[Billey]]'s folk surely cooked up something like it when you joined up with them, hee?|attr=Talon Karrde, ''Wild Karrde'' crewmember [[Odonnl]], and Chin discuss H'sishi's initiation ritual|src=Specter of the Past}}
 
{{Dialogue|Talon Karrde|I suppose it hasn't occurred to you that startling a Togorian this way might be just the slightest bit dangerous?|Odonnl|Oh, come on, Captain, it's harmless fun. Mara lets us do this when she's on the bridge.|Chin|Anyway, Cap't, these are a long tradition. [[Billey]]'s folk surely cooked up something like it when you joined up with them, hee?|attr=Talon Karrde, ''Wild Karrde'' crewmember [[Odonnl]], and Chin discuss H'sishi's initiation ritual|src=Specter of the Past}}
Chin stayed with Karrde's organization following the resolution of the Thrawn Crisis,<ref name="JS">''[[Jade Solitaire]]''</ref> and was also part of the Smugglers' Alliance that Karrde had founded.<ref name="Smuggler" /> Under Mara Jade's command while Karrde was conducting business in the [[Gekto system]], the crew of the ''Wild Karrde''&mdash;including Chin&mdash;were captured by industrialist [[Ja Bardrin]]. Bardrin's daughter, [[Sansia Bardrin|Sansia]], had been captured by the [[Drach'nam]] [[Chay Praysh]], and Bardrin wanted to enlist Karrde's help in rescuing her. With Karrde absent, he turned to Jade. Although she initially refused, Bardrin persuaded her to undertake the mission by threatening to execute the crew of the ''Wild Karrde''. While Jade went to the planet [[Torpris]] and successfully rescued Sansia, Chin and the crew of the ''Wild Karrde'' were rescued by Karrde with the assistance of [[Noghri/Legends|Noghri]] [[Commando/Legends|commandos]] loaned to him by Leia Organa Solo.<ref name="JS" />
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Chin stayed with Karrde's organization following the resolution of the Thrawn Crisis,<ref name="JS">''[[Jade Solitaire]]''</ref> and was also part of the Smugglers' Alliance that Karrde had founded.<ref name="Smuggler" /> Under Mara Jade's command while Karrde was conducting business in the [[Gekto system]], the crew of the ''Wild Karrde''&mdash;including Chin&mdash;were captured by industrialist [[Ja Bardrin]]. Bardrin's daughter, [[Sansia Bardrin|Sansia]], had been captured by the [[Drach'nam]] [[Chay Praysh]], and Bardrin wanted to enlist Karrde's help in rescuing her. With Karrde absent, he turned to Jade. Although she initially refused, Bardrin persuaded her to undertake the mission by threatening to execute the crew of the ''Wild Karrde''. While Jade went to the planet [[Torpris]] and successfully rescued Sansia, Chin and the crew of the ''Wild Karrde'' were rescued by Karrde with the assistance of [[Noghri]] [[Commando/Legends|commandos]] loaned to him by Leia Organa Solo.<ref name="JS" />
   
By [[19 ABY/Legends|19 ABY]], Chin was still part of the crew of the ''Wild Karrde'' and regularly manned the vessel's communications console on the bridge. While on route to a meeting with former smuggler [[Booster Terrik]]'s ship, the ''[[Errant Venture]]'', in the [[Nosken system]], the crew decided to test the reactions of their newest crewmate, the [[Togorian/Legends|Togorian]] [[H'sishi/Legends|H'sishi]]. Part initiation ritual, part test of resolve, the crew waited to see the reaction of the Togorian once the ship dropped out of [[Hyperspace/Legends|hyperspace]] in front of an ''Imperial''-class [[Star Destroyer/Legends|Star Destroyer]]. Karrde wondered about the wisdom of startling and possibly enraging a Togorian in a confined space, but Chin and the others convinced him that they needed to gauge H'sishi's reactions under stress to determine her suitability to remain a member of the crew. The initiation went as planned; H'sishi was momentarily stunned but went back to her duty quickly.<ref name="SOTP">''[[Specter of the Past]]''</ref>
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By [[19 ABY]], Chin was still part of the crew of the ''Wild Karrde'' and regularly manned the vessel's communications console on the bridge. While on route to a meeting with former smuggler [[Booster Terrik]]'s ship, the ''[[Errant Venture]]'', in the [[Nosken system]], the crew decided to test the reactions of their newest crewmate, the [[Togorian/Legends|Togorian]] [[H'sishi]]. Part initiation ritual, part test of resolve, the crew waited to see the reaction of the Togorian once the ship dropped out of [[Hyperspace/Legends|hyperspace]] in front of an ''Imperial''-class [[Star Destroyer/Legends|Star Destroyer]]. Karrde wondered about the wisdom of startling and possibly enraging a Togorian in a confined space, but Chin and the others convinced him that they needed to gauge H'sishi's reactions under stress to determine her suitability to remain a member of the crew. The initiation went as planned; H'sishi was momentarily stunned but went back to her duty quickly.<ref name="SOTP">''[[Specter of the Past]]</ref>
   
A volatile situation arose at [[Bothawui/Legends|Bothawui]], when it was claimed that [[Bothan/Legends|Bothan]] agents had been responsible for deactivating the planetary [[Deflector shield/Legends|shields]] on the planet [[Caamas/Legends|Caamas]] on [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine/Legends|Palpatine's]] order, which allowed the Empire to [[Caamas Firestorm|bombard]] the world<ref name="VOTF">''[[Vision of the Future]]''</ref> in [[19 BBY/Legends|19 BBY]].<ref name="CNII">''[[Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows]]''</ref> As a result, Caamas was rendered near uninhabitable, and the [[Caamasi]] scattered through the [[Galaxy/Legends|galaxy]]. Only a copy of the [[Caamas Document]] could potentially resolve the situation without [[Blood/Legends|bloodshed]], and the only one in existence was in Imperial hands. Karrde, however, knew of a potential source for a copy&mdash;within the library of his old mentor, [[Jorj Car'das]]. Karrde took the ''Wild Karrde'' deep into the remote [[Kathol sector]], heading for the world of [[Exocron]]. Chin crewed aboard the vessel, manning the communications console as the ship visited [[Pembric II]], [[Dayark]], and finally Exocron, where they assisted the local [[Exocron Combined Air-Space Fleet|Combined Air-Space Fleet]] in [[Battle of Exocron|defending]] the planet from [[Rei'Kas]] and his [[Slavery/Legends|slavers]]. Chin acted as the communications relay between [[Admiral/Legends|Admiral]] [[Trey David]], who was commanding the battle from the ''Wild Karrde'', and [[Supreme Admiral]] [[Horzao Darr]], who remained groundside. The battle was won when Car'das arranged for the mysterious [[Aing-Tii]] to enter the engagement on Exocron's side. Car'das did not have a copy of the document, but was in possession of valuable information that solved the crisis and led to a [[Pellaeon&ndash;Gavrisom Treaty|peace treaty]] between the New Republic and the Empire.<ref name="VOTF" />
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A volatile situation arose at [[Bothawui/Legends|Bothawui]], when it was claimed that [[Bothan/Legends|Bothan]] agents had been responsible for deactivating the planetary [[Deflector shield/Legends|shields]] on the planet [[Caamas/Legends|Caamas]] on [[Galactic Emperor/Legends|Emperor]] [[Palpatine]]'s order, which allowed the Empire to [[caamas Firestorm|bombard]] the world<ref name="VOTF">''[[Vision of the Future]]''</ref> in [[19 BBY/Legends|19 BBY]].<ref name="CNII">''[[Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows]]''</ref> As a result, Caamas was rendered near uninhabitable, and the [[Caamasi]] scattered through the [[Galaxy/Legends|galaxy]]. Only a copy of the [[Caamas Document]] could potentially resolve the situation without [[Blood/Legends|bloodshed]], and the only one in existence was in Imperial hands. Karrde, however, knew of a potential source for a copy&mdash;within the library of his old mentor, [[Jorj Car'das]]. Karrde took the ''Wild Karrde'' deep into the remote [[Kathol sector]], heading for the world of [[Exocron]]. Chin crewed aboard the vessel, manning the communications console as the ship visited [[Pembric II]], [[Dayark]], and finally Exocron, where they assisted the local [[Exocron Combined Air-Space Fleet|Combined Air-Space Fleet]] in [[Battle of Exocron|defending]] the planet from [[Rei'Kas]] and his [[Slavery/Legends|slavers]]. Chin acted as the communications relay between [[Admiral/Legends|Admiral]] [[Trey David]], who was commanding the battle from the ''Wild Karrde'', and [[Supreme Admiral]] [[Horzao Darr]], who remained groundside. The battle was won when Car'das arranged for the mysterious [[Aing-Tii]] to enter the engagement on Exocron's side. Car'das did not have a copy of the document, but was in possession of valuable information that solved the crisis and led to a [[Pellaeon&ndash;Gavrisom Treaty|peace treaty]] between the New Republic and the Empire.<ref name="VOTF" />
   
 
==Personality and traits==
 
==Personality and traits==
 
{{Quote|I must have imagined it. Sorry, Capt'. Truly sorry.''"<br />"''Don't worry about it. We all misread things sometimes. If this was, in fact, a misreading.|Chin apologizes to Karrde for starting a seemingly wild-nerf chase aboard the ''Wild Karrde''|The Last Command}}
 
{{Quote|I must have imagined it. Sorry, Capt'. Truly sorry.''"<br />"''Don't worry about it. We all misread things sometimes. If this was, in fact, a misreading.|Chin apologizes to Karrde for starting a seemingly wild-nerf chase aboard the ''Wild Karrde''|The Last Command}}
 
[[File:Chin.jpg|thumb|left|Chin with his Froffli-style haircut]]
 
[[File:Chin.jpg|thumb|left|Chin with his Froffli-style haircut]]
Chin was a Human with light skin and [[Color/Legends|black]] [[Hair/Legends|hair]]<ref name="LC-4" />&mdash;that was cut in a [[Froffli]]-style<ref name="HE" />&mdash;and a small goatee beard.<ref name="LC-4" /> Hailing from Myrkr, Chin's speech was peppered with local colloquialisms such as "hee" and "hai,"<ref name="HE" /> and sometimes his sentence structure missed words entirely, but he was still clear in his meaning.<ref name="VOTF" /> One of Talon Karrde's most trusted and longest-serving associates, Chin was one of the men that Karrde relied on on a daily basis.<ref name="HE-SB" /> Technically proficient, Chin performed a myriad of duties aboard the ''Wild Karrde'', including as a [[Gunner/Legends|gunner]]<ref name="LC" /> and communications [[Officer/Legends|officer]].<ref name="SOTP" /> A skilled hyperdrive engineer, he was fully capable of gimmicking a hyperdrive engine and making it look like a natural malfunction or the result of sloppy maintenance.<ref name="FC" /> Chin had an affinity for the animals living on Myrkr, and made use of his talents in Karrde's employ. He was also able to teach others his skills, such as removing ysalamir from tree branches.<ref name="HE-SB" />
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Chin was a Human with light skin and [[Color/Legends|black]] [[Hair/Legends|hair]]<ref name="LC4">''[[The Last Command 4]]''</ref>&mdash;that was cut in a [[Froffli]]-style<ref name="HE" />&mdash;and a small goatee beard.<ref name="LC4" /> Hailing from Myrkr, Chin's speech was peppered with local colloquialisms such as "hee" and "hai,"<ref name="HE" /> and sometimes his sentence structure missed words entirely, but he was still clear in his meaning.<ref name="VOTF" /> One of Talon Karrde's most trusted and longest-serving associates, Chin was one of the men that Karrde relied on on a daily basis.<ref name="HE-SB" /> Technically proficient, Chin performed a myriad of duties aboard the ''Wild Karrde'', including as a [[Gunner/Legends|gunner]]<ref name="LC" /> and communications [[Officer/Legends|officer]].<ref name="SOTP" /> A skilled hyperdrive engineer, he was fully capable of gimmicking a hyperdrive engine and making it look like a natural malfunction or the result of sloppy maintenance.<ref name="FC" /> Chin had an affinity for the animals living on Myrkr, and made use of his talents in Karrde's employ. He was also able to teach others his skills, such as removing ysalamir from tree branches.<ref name="HE-SB" />
   
 
Chin was middle-aged by 9 ABY,<ref name="HE-SB" /> and ten [[Standard year/Legends|years]] later he had taken an almost grandfatherly approach to the organization's new recruits. Still, he enjoyed indulging in initiation ceremonies of new bridge personnel with the other members of the ''Wild Karrde''{{'s}} crew.<ref name="SOTP" /> Karrde trusted Chin implicitly, entrusting the care of his pets to the man. Being from a relatively backwater planet, Chin resented the fact that others questioned his intelligence just because he did not live in a big urban center.<ref name="HE" />
 
Chin was middle-aged by 9 ABY,<ref name="HE-SB" /> and ten [[Standard year/Legends|years]] later he had taken an almost grandfatherly approach to the organization's new recruits. Still, he enjoyed indulging in initiation ceremonies of new bridge personnel with the other members of the ''Wild Karrde''{{'s}} crew.<ref name="SOTP" /> Karrde trusted Chin implicitly, entrusting the care of his pets to the man. Being from a relatively backwater planet, Chin resented the fact that others questioned his intelligence just because he did not live in a big urban center.<ref name="HE" />
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
[[File:Possible Chin.jpg|thumb|right|A possible depiction of Chin from ''Star Wars Adventure Journal 17'']]
 
[[File:Possible Chin.jpg|thumb|right|A possible depiction of Chin from ''Star Wars Adventure Journal 17'']]
Chin first appeared in [[Timothy Zahn]]'s first book in the [[Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy|Thrawn Trilogy]], ''[[Heir to the Empire]]'', and appeared in the subsequent sequels ''[[Dark Force Rising]]'', and ''[[The Last Command]]''. Chin was referenced in Zahn's short story ''[[First Contact]]'' for ''[[Star Wars Adventure Journal 1]]'', and appeared in ''[[Jade Solitaire]]'' for the anthology series ''[[Tales from the New Republic]]''. He would later appear in both books&mdash;''[[Specter of the Past]]'' and ''[[Vision of the Future]]''&mdash;of [[The Hand of Thrawn Duology]]. To date, Chin's only appearances in [[canon]] have been in works written by Timothy Zahn. Chin appeared or was mentioned in each of the [[Star Wars comic books|comic]] adaptations of the Thrawn Trilogy. While his appearance in [[Heir to the Empire (comics)|''Heir to the Empire'']] matched his previous description of a middle-age man, his portrayal in [[The Last Command (comics)|''The Last Command'']] is of a younger-looking man. ''Jade Solitaire'' was originally intended to be published in the ''[[Star Wars Adventure Journal 17]]'', but [[West End Games]] cancelled the issue before it was released. An image of Mara Jade and a male companion on the bridge of the ''Wild Karrde'' was to be included with the story; since Chin was the only individual referenced to be on the bridge with Jade during the relevant scene, it is likely that this male was meant to be him. However, since ''Star Wars Adventure Journal 17'' was never officially published, the canonicity of the image remains unclear.
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Chin first appeared in [[Timothy Zahn]]'s first book in the [[Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy|Thrawn Trilogy]], ''[[Heir to the Empire]]'', and appeared in the subsequent sequels ''[[Dark Force Rising]]'', and ''[[The Last Command]]''. Chin was referenced in Zahn's short story ''[[First Contact]]'' for ''[[Star Wars Adventure Journal 1]]'', and appeared in ''[[Jade Solitaire]]'' for the anthology series ''[[Tales from the New Republic]]''. He would later appear in both books&mdash;''[[Specter of the Past]]'' and ''[[Vision of the Future]]''&mdash;of [[The Hand of Thrawn Duology]]. To date, Chin's only appearances in [[canon]] have been in works written by Timothy Zahn. Chin appeared or was mentioned in each of the [[Star Wars comic books|comic]] adaptations of the Thrawn Trilogy. While his appearance in ''[[Heir to the Empire (comics)|Heir to the Empire]]'' matched his previous description of a middle-age man, his portrayal in ''[[The Last Command (comics)|The Last Command]]'' is of a younger-looking man. ''Jade Solitaire'' was originally intended to be published in the ''[[Star Wars Adventure Journal 17]]'', but [[West End Games]] cancelled the issue before it was released. An image of Mara Jade and a male companion on the bridge of the ''Wild Karrde'' was to be included with the story; since Chin was the only individual referenced to be on the bridge with Jade during the relevant scene, it is likely that this male was meant to be him. However, since ''Star Wars Adventure Journal 17'' was never officially published, the canonicity of the image remains unclear.
   
Chin also garnered mentions in ''[[Heir to the Empire Sourcebook]]'', and the information was reprinted in ''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''. Chin was later referenced in the [[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded|second]] and [[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe, Third Edition, Revised and Expanded|third]] editions of ''[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe]]'', the ''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]'', and ''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''.
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Chin also garnered mentions in ''[[Heir to the Empire Sourcebook]]'', and the information was reprinted in ''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''. Chin was later referenced in the [[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe (Second Edition)|second]] and [[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe (Third Edition)|third]] editions of ''[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe]]'', the ''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]'', and ''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
*{{Journal|1|First Contact}} {{Mo}}
 
*{{Journal|1|First Contact}} {{Mo}}
*{{WEGCite|book=The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4|text=''The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4''|story=First Contact}} {{C|Reprint}}
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*{{WEGCite|book=The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4|text=''The Best of the Star Wars Adventure Journal, Issues 1-4''|story=First Contact|stext=''First Contact''}} {{C|Reprint}}
 
*{{Shortstory|story=First Contact|book=Tales from the Empire}}
 
*{{Shortstory|story=First Contact|book=Tales from the Empire}}
 
*{{Hyperspace|url=hyperspace/member/fiction/f20040206/index.html|text=First Contact|int=First Contact}}
 
*{{Hyperspace|url=hyperspace/member/fiction/f20040206/index.html|text=First Contact|int=First Contact}}
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*''[[The Last Command 4]]''
 
*''[[The Last Command 4]]''
 
*''[[The Last Command 6]]''
 
*''[[The Last Command 6]]''
*{{Shortstory|story=Jade Solitaire|book=Tales from the New Republic}}
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*{{TalesCite|Tales from the New Republic|Jade Solitaire}}
 
*''[[Specter of the Past]]''
 
*''[[Specter of the Past]]''
 
*''[[Vision of the Future]]''
 
*''[[Vision of the Future]]''
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==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*''[[Heir to the Empire Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[Heir to the Empire Sourcebook]]''
*''[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded]]''
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*[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe (Second Edition)|''A Guide to the Star Wars Universe'', Second Edition]]
 
*''[[The Essential Guide to Characters]]''
 
*''[[The Essential Guide to Characters]]''
 
*''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[The Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
 
*''[[Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
*''[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe, Third Edition, Revised and Expanded]]''
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*[[A Guide to the Star Wars Universe (Third Edition)|''A Guide to the Star Wars Universe'', Third Edition]]
 
*''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
 
*''[[The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia]]''
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==
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