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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Loot refer to the items obtained by the player after defeating a certain monster enemy in the Ivalice series of games. With changes made to the way players obtain items after battle, loots have become a crucial element in the gameplay.


Final Fantasy XII

Main article: Loot (Final Fantasy XII)

Loots are the source of income for players. Additionally, selling a certain combination of loots with a certain amount unlocks new equipments and items. These are sometimes the only way to obtain powerful weapons and armor.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: Loot (Final Fantasy Tactics A2)

Loot is obtained in the game by stealing from or KO'ing enemies, and by completing quests. Loot can be used to unlock weapons for purchase at shops, or can be sold for gil.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

The term loot (or drop) refers to the items, weapons, crafting materials, gold "dropped" by mobs when they are slain.


Loot quality / quantity / type

The quantity of loot is random, but is also related to the uniqueness and difficulty of the slain mob.

The average quality of dropped weapons and items follows the same pattern: It starts with about 20% of the max damage/energy/AL for a level 1 foe, and increases linearly to 100% for a level 24 foe, give or take a few random percent. Different monsters drop different types of loot, for example Tengu drop feathers, most Stone Summit drop Stone Summit Badges and most Ettins drop Ettin's Pauldrons.

Axes, hammers, swords, shields and bows are dropped by monsters of all professions in all campaigns, and daggers are dropped by monsters of all professions in the Factions campaign. Profession-specific wands, staves and focus items are generally only dropped by monsters of the same profession. Variable attribute wands and staves dropped by any monster can be linked to the attributes of any caster profession. Variable attribute focus items dropped by Monks, Necromancer, Mesmer, Elementalist and Ritualist monsters are linked to one of the attributes of the monster's profession. It is not currently known if Warriors, Rangers or Assassins can drop variable attribute focus items.

Because of this, Ritualists wands, staves and focus items are quite rare in Guild Wars Nightfall. They can only be obtained from collectors, weaponsmiths, chests, Ritualist bosses and Shiro'ken Ritualists, which are the only non-boss Ritualists in the campaign.

The pattern for gold is a little different: It starts at 3Gold for a level 1 foe and it increases at geometric rate to reach an average of about 42Gold for a level 12 foe and 140Gold for a level 24 foe. However, sometimes foes will drop the double ("uncommon") or even the quadruple ("rare") amount of gold.

The chance of dropping a rare item is greater at higher difficulty levels as well.

See Style and formatting/Bestiary for a list of common drops.

Loot sharing

To eliminate bickering or "stealing" another party member's "kill," the game engine assigns loot to each player at random. When an item is dropped, the game automatically assigns it to a specific member of the party, and for a period of time, only that player can pick it up. The next item dropped is again assigned to a random party member. If the assignee doesn't pick up an assigned item within 10 minutes after it dropped, the assignment goes away, and anyone can pick it up.

However it is still possible to have an item "stolen" by another player. If a good item is dropped for a player that happens to be dead, all the party has to do is not resurrect the fallen member and wait for the item to become available to all.

This rigid system makes no distinction between player classes, even if certain items would be better suited for another member of the party. For instance, an Elementalist would be just as likely assigned a dropped Longbow as a Ranger.

If a foe receives most of its damage from other sources than the party - NPCs (not including henchmen), other foes, Edge of Extinction, etc - the party will not gain loot from that foe.

To be eligible for a drop, you must have been in radar range of the monster when it dies.

Dropped gold is automatically divided equally (rounded up) among all members of the party, regardless of distance apart, when someone picks it up.

Note that NPC henchmen and Heroes get "loot turns" as well. Although dropped items assigned to henchmen or heroes do not actually appear, they are taking in their share of loot along with the "real" players.

Loot scaling

With loot scaling, players receive an amount of normal drops (common and uncommon rarity items, collectable drops, gold, common crafting materials) proportionate to the size of their party as compared to a full party. For example, a solo farmer will on average get the same number of blue weapons as a player in an eight person party. The only items exempt from this rule are:

Thus, the size of a farming party, with respect to loot, only affects the distribution of the exempt items.

The following is an excerpt from Gaile News 20 April 2007

"Without loot scaling, solo farmers received every loot drop, whereas people who played in a party received only a fraction of loot drops. Thus, solo farmers received up to eight times as much loot for killing the same group of monsters. With loot scaling in place, solo farmers still get more loot than people who play in parties, but the gap is less severe than it was before. It is impossible to quantify precisely how much less because it depends on the type of loot farmed and involves some randomness, but here are some rough guidelines:

  • People who play in normal size parties, including parties of heroes and henchman, will see no difference at all from loot scaling. At the same time, they will notice that normal mode is now much easier to farm, and that the introduction of Hard Mode provides a place they can play where the loot is better than ever before. Thus, people who play the game primarily in parties will simply make more money than they previously did.
  • People who periodically enjoy farming solo (with no heroes or henchmen) but are casual about it are also likely to see an improvement. They'll find that solo farming is much easier than it was before, because monsters don't have the anti-farming AI that they used to have, and because the game no longer prevents players from repeatedly farming the same monsters over and over. Many types of builds that didn't work in the past, or that haven't been effective since the earliest days of Guild Wars, can now be used for solo farming. Thus, casual farmers will find the game much easier to farm than it was before, and that they can earn more money than before even with loot scaling in place.
  • People who were advanced solo farmers and who were earning vastly more money through solo farming than through playing the game normally will see the full effect of loot scaling. They will earn less gold and common loot from solo farming than they did in the past. The loot scaling for gold and common loot is not linear with the number of players in the party, and it includes an element of randomness, so while the difference is not easy to quantify, it is by no means a factor of eight. Advanced solo farmers may now earn about twice as much gold and common loot from farming solo as they would if they farmed in a party. While gold and common loot are thus reduced for these players by loot scaling, certain other types of loot are completely unaffected. For example, Skill Tomes are completely unaffected by loot scaling, so they still drop eight times as frequently for solo farmers than they do for people who play in parties. Thus, advanced solo farmers will find that certain types of farming are still extremely productive for them, but they may have to change what and where they farm if they want to earn as much money as they did before."


  • Loot can be picked up as long as it is within range horizontally, there is no vertical range limit for loot pickup. This means that someone standing under a bridge can pick up loot on that bridge, and a character on a bridge can pick up loot on the ground beneath that bridge.
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Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the items that monsters drop when they die. For the function that allows players to remove items from their inventories, see Drop.
"Loot" redirects here. For the clan feature, see LootShare.
Remains (drops) of an Iron dragon.
Drops, also known as Monster drops or Loot, are the items monsters leave for the killer when they die. Drops can be picked up by players. Drops often include bones, coins or items. Some monsters drop ashes instead of bones. A lot of monsters have "100% drops", which is an item or items that are always dropped by that monster. 100% drops are more commonly bones or ashes. Certain monsters have more than one type of 100% drops. A good example of monsters who have more than one type of 100% drops are Metal dragons, who drop bones and also, metal bars of the type of metal they're made of. Players used to have drops that other players could pick up before the gravestone update. Now, only the player can get their items. For a list of monsters and their drops, see the Bestiary page.

Large monsters (that take up more than one square) will always drop their drops in the south-westernmost square. This also applies to any Ranged ammunition that falls to the ground when Ranging those monsters.

After the release of PvP worlds, a randomised drop was given to the winner of a PvP battle. These drops included axes, pickaxes, platebodies, platelegs, potions, food, Corrupt dragon equipment, Corrupted Ancient Warriors' Equipment (m), and Brawling gloves (m).

The (m) represents a members-only item.

See also

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This is a list of phrases, interjections, slang, insults, and expletives used in the galaxy.


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  • 100 percent: A slang term for "perfect" used by ARC Troopers[1]
  • 10 percent: A slang term used by ARCs, meaning "terrible" or referring to a worst-case scenario[1]


  • Abo: Imperial slang for the natives of a planet, possibly derived from "aboriginal"[2]
  • Aiwha-bait: Kaminoans, used by Cuy'val Dar and clone troopers
  • Alert all commands: Standard Imperial order[3]
  • Another kettle of Giju: A completely different example; another case; equivalent to real-world "Another kettle of fish."[4]
  • As slippery as a greased Dug: Untrustworthy[4]
  • As smooth as the surface of a neutron star: Very smooth.[5]
  • Astral!: An exclamation which was equivalent to "Cool!". It was used by Anakin Solo[6] and Ben Skywalker.[7]
  • Aw, nuts: Expression of dismay.[8]


  • Backrocket: Adjective, used figuratively to mean backwards or quaint.[5]
  • Bantha breath[9]
  • Bantha Fodder not to be confused with Bantha poodoo (Huttese): Meaning Bantha food, it suggests that the one to whom the phrase is applied is dead or soon to be dead; "as good as dead."[10][11]
  • Bantha Dung: Something very unlikeable[12]
  • Barve: A slang term, loosely equivalent to pig.[13]
  • Bastasi: An Ansionian expletive, used to indicate an individual's loss of patience.[14]
  • Beef: Slang term for "problem," as in the phrase "What's your beef?" used by Han Solo.[15]
  • Been had: A phrase used by Han Solo meaning "been fooled" or "been tricked."[16]
  • Big Green Fish: An expletive used by Yarbolk Yemm.
  • Big L: Slang term for the lightspeed barrier.[17][11]
  • Bird: Slang term for spaceship.
  • Bishwag: An expletive used by many Humans during the last decades of the Old Republic to indicate an untrustworthy being.
  • Bitten off more than we can chew: Slang term for "Taken on a problem bigger than we can handle."[15]
  • Black nerf: A disreputable family member; the equivalent of "black sheep".[18]
  • Blackboots: A nickname for the soldiers of the Galactic Alliance Guard, perhaps particularly the ground troops of the corps.[19]
  • Blast!: An interjection, the equivalent of "shoot!".[20]
  • Blaster Bolts!: An interjection.[21][22]
  • Blaster Fodder: A term used for troopers who were sent on impossible missions, likely ending in their deaths; equivalent of cannon fodder[23]
  • Blaster-happy: An adjective equivalent to "trigger-happy" used by Han Solo to describe Greedo.[24]
  • Blinking: An expletive.[25]
  • Bloah: An interjection used on the planet Tatooine during the last decades of the Old Republic.[26][27]
  • Blue Milk Run: An ordinary and uneventful mission.[28]
  • Bombad: Superlative, used mainly by Gungans.[29]
  • Bone: Pilot slang for a Y-wing.[30]
  • Bongo: Slang term for a hitman.[31]
  • Borg: Slang term for cyborg.[31]
  • Borg-licker: An insult used by individuals who were prejudiced against cyborgs to refer to individuals who did not share their prejudice.[31]
  • Borked: An adaptable expletive; see Farkled.[32]
  • Boys in White: Slang term for stormtroopers.[33][17][11]
  • Brat: Term used by Asajj Ventress for Ahsoka Tano.
  • Braze: Air pollution; short for "brown haze".[34]
  • Bright: Slang term commonly used by Rebel/Republic pilots, in reference to the TIE/Advanced fighter.[35]
  • Brix: An expletive. E.g. "What the brix are you doing here?"[4]
  • Bucket: Clone Trooper helmet. Similar to the Mando'a term buy'ce.[36]
  • Bucket Head: A Rebel term for an Imperial pilot or Stormtrooper.[37]
  • Bucket of Bolts: A term for a droid, used by clone commandos.[38]
  • Bug:Geonosian
  • Bug-face: A derogatory word for a Rodian.
  • Bughugger: Derogatory word for a Joiner.[7]
  • Bugslut: Insult.[39] It may have been specifically intended to describe the fallen Jedi, Alema Rar.
  • Burnin': Expletive.[40]
  • Burn sky until we see lines: Fly until you get into hyperspace.[41]
  • Burning skies!: Exclamation, possibly unique to Froz.[42]
  • Burnout: Spacer slang referring the loss of power in a starship's power plants.[43]
  • Buzzer: slang for a battle droid STAP, mainly used by a clone trooper.[44]
  • By all of Alderaan's ghosts!: An exclamation.[30]
  • By the Center of Everything: An exclamation.[45]
  • By the Core: A exclamation.[46]
  • By the Cosmic Egg!: Nediji exclamation.[47]
  • By the Dark Side!: An exclamation.[48]
  • By the Emperor's black heart!: An exclamation.[49]
  • By the Eternal: An exclamation.[46]
  • By the Force!: An exclamation.[50][14]
  • By the Four Moons!: An exclamation, possibly used only by the citizens of Onderon during the Old Republic.[41]
  • By the Grand Protector!: A Rodian exclamation.[51]
  • By the Holy Stars!: An exclamation.[52]
  • By the Immortal Gods of the Sith: An exclamation.[53]
  • By the ocean's hair!: A Mere exclamation.[51]
  • By the Original Light: An exclamation.[54]
  • By the Great Lens: An exclamation.[45]
  • By the jewel of Haarkan: An exclamation.[55]
  • By the Thousand Tides: A Nautolan invocation.[1]


  • Calibrating my Deece: Slang for sexual intercourse or masturbation.[36]
  • Captain Obvious: Slang for someone who is oblivious to an obvious situation.[56]
  • Carbon Flush: Vulgar expression used to indicate an extremely displeasing situation.[57]
  • Cargo hold: Spacers' slang for backside. Equivalent to the real-world English slangword "ass".[41]
  • Case Yellow: Military code meaning light resistance[58]
  • Chakta sai kae: Old Corellian toast.[59]
  • Chaos take me!: Mild expletive suggesting the subject is doing something they know is unwise.[60]
  • Charge up her loading ramp: Slang for sexual intercourse.[41]
  • Check!: Military phrase used by clone commando drilling sergeants for ceasing fire.[36]
  • Chewing the luna-weed: Phrase used to describe someone who is acting crazy.
  • Chikra: Houk term of endearment for children.[61]
  • Chizk: a derogatory term commonly used during the era of the Clone Wars.[62]
  • Choobies: Vulgar term for one's self or one's rear end. Equivalent to the real-world English slangword "ass."[54][63]
  • Chuba!: Huttese translated as "You!" or "Hey you!". Literally, Huttese for an animal similar to a real-world frog or toad.[29]
  • Chubba: Expletive used by the Squib species.[26]
  • Chuff-sucking: Derogatory modifier used by Jariah Syn[64] and Ree-Yees[65].
  • Civvies: Slang term for civilians, or civilian clothing.[66]
  • Clambake: A blaster fight.[31]
  • Clanker: Slang term used by clone troopers to describe CIS battle droids[38] because of the sound they make while marching.[67]
  • Clear Skies: Phrase used to wishing someone a good journey.[68]
  • Codger: A whimsical term for an elderly man. Both Serji-X Arrogantus and Han Solo used the term to refer to the Old One.[69][70]
  • Comm call: Slang meaning a conversation carried out by using an electronic communications device.[54]
  • Commo: Slang used for anything related to communications.[54]
  • Connect-disconnect: Slang term used to describe a one-night stand.[23]
  • Connecting the navpoints: Phrase meaning a comprehensive attempt at illustration or explanation of a subject. Equivalent to the real-world English phrase "connecting the dots."[50]
  • Coot: A disrespectful term for an elderly man. Han Solo used the term to refer to Jan Dodonna, and Jolee Bindo used the term to refer to himself.[71][72]
  • Corellian Overdrive: Phrase meaning doing whatever one needs to do in order to get to where one needs to get to.[73]
  • A credit for your thoughts: Phrase meaning "What's on your mind?" or "Tell me what you're thinking". Equivalent to the real-world English phrase "A penny for your thoughts."[74]
  • Crink: Curse, as in "go crink yourself."[75]
  • Crisping: Slang term presumably relating to death by Force lightning.[76].
  • Cross: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to the B-wing starfighter.[30].
  • Cut the phobium: Phrase meaning "stop lying". Equivalent to the real-world English phrase "cut the crap."[77]



  • Earworm: A Corellian term for a nuisance or pest.
  • E chu ta!: A Huttese insult.[3][89] Ben Burtt says that it's not really appropriate to translate.
  • Egg Head: Rebel nickname for stormtroopers.[90]
  • Ekster: A Corellian term for an offworlder who immigrated to Corellia.
  • Emperor's Black Bones!: An exclamation.[91]
  • Emperor's Black Heart: A derogatory modifier, as in, "What in the Emperor's Black Heart...?"[30]
  • Emperor's Ears: Expletive used by Imperial officers during the Yuuzhan Vong War.
  • Emwhulb: A Socorran expletive, meant to indicate a being of low standards and no loyalty.
  • Enster: A Corellian term an emigrant from Corellia.
  • Equipment: Slang used in context (to scratch one's "equipment") describing genitals.[41]
  • Esdee Vic: Slang term for Victory-class Star Destroyer.
  • ETLA: See TLA, below.
  • Eyeball: Slang term commonly used by Rebel/Republic pilots, in reference to the TIE/In fighter. Often shortened to simply "eye".[35]
  • Espo: slang term for corporate sector authority soldier


  • Farkled: An adaptable expletive, as in, "You just got farkled.", or used to describe any situation which was bleak or disastrous, as in, "We're farkled."[92]
  • Fas: A Yuuzhan Vong expletive, also used by Jedi to indicate an area was clear of danger.
  • Fedding: An expletive used throughout the Tapani Sector of the galaxy.
  • Feech: An Ewok expletive, roughly translates to "darn" or "shoot"[93]
  • Feed me to the fishes of Naboo: a statement of incredulity.[94]
  • Feke: An expletive.[5]
  • Felek: The Ansionian word for mentally deranged. Addled.[14]
  • Fergal: Expletive frequently used by Vilmarh Grarhk.
  • Ferglutz: An expletive.[95][96]
  • Few starships short of a fleet: insane[97]
  • Fierfek: A Huttese expletive; it means "curse" or "hex", although it is often misunderstood as "poison".[98]
  • Fill Yer Boots: A phrase meaning "Eat your fill".[36]
  • Filswik: An expletive used by Alliance pilots.[99]
  • Final Jump: A euphemism for death, used by spacers.[17][100][11]
  • Fire-brand: A term used by Crimson Jack to describe Leia Organa, perhaps meaning "troublemaker" or "hothead."[16]
  • 'Firm: Short for affirmative, used as "'firm that" by Han Solo.[6]
  • Fishhead: Slang for a Mon Calamari, used by Han Solo to describe Ackbar.[55]
  • Flack: An expletive used by many Imperial troops.
  • Flag of truce: A (sometimes metaphorical) flag which signified a meeting between enemies would occur under temporary cease-fire conditions. A piece of clothing such as a bandana could be used to represent the flag.[15]
  • Flaming: A derogatory modifier.[101]
  • Flarg: An expletive which often referred to excrement.
  • Floob: A Sullustan expletive describing one who has upset the speaker.[5]
  • Flott: An alien expletive.[102]
  • Flupp: A Dug expletive.
  • Flutie: Derogatory word for any race that can't speak Basic such as Wookiee and Ssi-ruu.[103]
  • Flyboy: A slang term for a starfighter pilot.[72]
  • Flying triangles: Elroodian slang for Star destroyers.
  • Frack: An expletive.[104] An homage to the Battlestar Galactica sci-fi series where the term "frack" originally appeared. Also frakkin'.[105]
  • Fraidee-frog: A Gungan word equivalent to fraidy-cat.
  • Frag: An adaptable expletive, approximating to "fuck" in English.[56] It can also be short for "fragmentation", as in "frag grenade".[72]
  • Frang: A Twi'lek expletive.
  • Freg: An expletive.
  • Frell: A curse. An homage to the Farscape sci-fi series where the term "frell" originally appeared.[106][38]
  • Freq: Short for frequency.[107]
  • Frink: A Corellian expletive.
  • Frip: An expletive.[5]
  • Fripping: An expletive used as an adjective by the natives of the planet Indu San.
  • Frotz: A curse.[108]
  • Frizz: An expletive.[107][4]
  • FTL: Short for "Faster than light."[8]
  • Furbag: A term for a Wookiee, used by an Imperial.[44]
  • Furball: An insulting way to describe or address a Wookiee.[16]


  • Gaggle of Force adepts: A group of Force-sensitives as described by Han Solo.[55]
  • Galactic Center: One of Lando Calrissian's mystical expletives, also the Core of the galaxy.
  • Galactic Drift: One of Lando Calrissian's mystical expletives.
  • Gartal: An Alderaanian expletive.[26]
  • Garthol's Pain: A Human expletive used when one was surprised.
  • Gasgut: Slang name for a Toydarian, used by Wald to describe Watto.[109]
  • G-burp: Spacer slang for a sudden surge from a starship's drive system.
  • Geezer: A disrespectful term for an elderly man.[33][110]
  • Gentlebeing: Version of "gentleman" used to describe members of all genders and species.[111]
  • Geos: Geonosians, used by Delta Squad.
  • Geosync: Slang term for geosynchronous orbit.[47]
  • Get the show on the road: Slang phrase equivalent to "Lets get moving," as used by Jaxxon.[15]
  • Gfersh: An adaptable expletive, likely Rodian in origin, as in "what the gfersh is this?"[112]
  • Ghost: Term for Imperial Stormtroopers used by Shira Brie.
  • Giants of Sand: Term used by Jawas to describe the Sand People.[72]
  • Gibbertz and ham: Expletive used by Tup, originated on Simpla-12.[113]
  • Gift for Ackbar: Used by Rebel Alliance agents to indicate that a starship had been hijacked for use in the Rebel Alliance Fleet.[114]
  • Give a Psadan's patoot: Phrase that meant "to care about something", however usually said as "didn't give" or "don't give a Psadan's patoot".[5]
  • Giver her the gun: Slang command meaning "Go as fast as possible."[31]
  • Glio svbas: Ysannan phrase meaning "goodbye."
  • Glitbiter: A drug addict.[58]
  • Glow stick: Slang for lightsaber.[115]
  • Go bandit: Slang for an AWOL clone trooper or unit, who deserted from the Grand Army of the Republic.
  • Goggle-eyes: A disrespectful term for a Rodian.[116]
  • Gonzo: A Human word used by Anakin Skywalker and Simon Greyshade, apparently meaning cool or great.[117]
  • Grakh: A Yuuzhan Vong expletive.
  • Grease: Stormtrooper slang for "kill". "Grease the Rebels."[77]
  • Grease the whole bantha: an Agamari phrase meaning to commit fully.[118]
  • Grease the servos: A phrase meaning "to bribe".[17]
  • Great Bantha: An expression of shock or surprise.[119]
  • Great blasters: An exclamation.[120]
  • Green as goblin moss: Naïve, inexperienced.[94]
  • Greenie: A derogatory term for Mimbanites and Rodians.[2][121][72]
  • Grife: An expression of relief.[122]
  • Grist: An expletive used by the inhabitants of the planet Lok.
  • Gullipud: Slang for a scared individual, equivalent to fraidy-cat.[105]
  • A Gungan's ears: A large amount; as in "I'm a Gungan's ears better than the alternative."[123]
  • Gunnery seat: a term for the front passenger seat of a speeder. It could be shouted before entering the vehicle in order to claim the seat. Analogous to "calling shotgun".[124]


  • Haja: A curse.[14]
  • Hatch persuader: Grand Army of the Republic's term to describe thermal detonator tape.
  • Happy juice: An alcoholic beverage[94]
  • Hard contact: Term used by the Grand Army of the Republic to describe a physical engagement with a sentient being.
  • Hard merchandise: Bounty hunter phrase given to the subject upon which a bounty has been placed.
  • Hard-shell Humans: Mimbanite slang for Imperial stormtroopers.[2]
  • Harpy: A derogatory term applied to a female; Ahsoka Tano referred to Asajj Ventress as a hairless one.[125]
  • Haul jets: Spacer slang for departing an area as fast as possible.[17][11]
  • Healing juice: Phrase used to describe bacta or kolto. Used by Jolee Bindo.[72]
  • Heaven: A place of joy and rest.
  • Heavenly hutches: An interjection used by Lepi.[70]
  • Heck: Mild expletive, usually to replace "hell".[126]
  • Hed: Element in city names (eg. Baron's Hed)
  • Heel-and-toe express: Slang for a long walk, march or run.[127]
  • Hell: Expletive. See Chaos.
  • Hibernation: Slang for time that droids and computers rest.[128]
  • High numbers: A slang for "advantage," as in the phrase "He has all the high numbers..." used by Han Solo; probably a term originating from gambling.[31]
  • His Imperial Travesty: Elroodian slang for Palpatine.
  • Home is where you lay your head: Rebel saying.[77]
  • HoloNet bimbo or Holo-bim: Slang for a less-than lady-like female celebrity. Used to describe Yara Grugara.[129]
  • Holy beek-monkeys!: An interjection used by Han Solo.[70]
  • Holy mother of meteors: Interjection used by Han Solo.[55]
  • Holy milking Sith!: Sullustan exclamation.[47]
  • Holy Sith!: An interjection, obviously a play on "Holy shit".[130]
  • Home free: A term meaning "safe" used by Luke Skywalker.[33]
  • Home sweet home: A phrase Han Solo used to refer to places he had stayed at, such as Aduba-3.[16]
  • Hook up a power coupling (or Hook up a power conduit): Slang for sexual intercourse.[41]
  • Hoo-man (or Hoo-mie): Rodian slang for humans.[116]
  • Hot wash-up: Grand Army of the Republic slang for a briefing in which they reviewed the failures of the mission.
  • How do you plot that course?: A phrase meaning "how did you come to that conclusion?"[131]
  • Hrai!: A Morgukai equivalent of a laugh.
  • Hufgeb Hsicl Merht: Expletive phrase used by Dugs.
  • Huk: A slur used by the Kaleesh, meaning "Soulless Bug", which was used to describe a Yam'rii.[132]
  • Hurt vector: Slang for a person who seems to attract misfortune to himself as well as others around him.[127]
  • Huttspit: A curse in the Ciutric Hegemony.[133]
  • Hyperspace commo: Slang for faster-than-lightspeed communications transmissions.[54]


  • IED: Short for Improvised Explosive Devices.[66]
  • I'll be broggled: An exclamation of surprise[4]
  • I'll be Kesseled: Equivalent to "I'll be damned"[59]
  • I'll see you in hell!: An exclamation.[3][134]
  • Impstar Deuce: Slang term often used by Rebel/New Republic pilots when referring to an Imperial Star Destroyer Mark II.[91]
  • Imps: Slang and ironic term for Imperials (stormtroopers, TIE pilots etc).[91]
  • In the name of...!: An exclamation.[135]
  • In the name of the Galactic Core...: An exclamation.[60]
  • Into the nexu's den: Into a strongly defended area.[5]
  • Ish'ka: A Yuuzhan Vong expletive, used to indicate one's displeasure with a situation.
  • ISD: An Imperial Star Destroyer.


  • Jabba: A slang term used as a verb meaning "to deceive someone, leaving them in danger."[17]
  • Jactna: A Rodian expletive.[136]
  • Jango's bones!: An exclamation used by clone troopers, referring to their genetic source Jango Fett.[137]
  • Jawa juice: Imported Jawa beer[117]
  • Jedi Scum/Slime: Derogatory term for Jedi.[135]
  • Jeedai: Alternate pronunciation of Jedi, used by the Yuuzhan Vong and the bounty hunter Hanharr, among others. Pejorative.[138]
  • Jet Juicer: An alcoholic.[127]
  • Jinda: A condescending nickname used by village-dwelling Ewoks to insult nomadic Ewoks, comparing their habits to those of the Jinda species.[139]
  • Jookley: An adjective meaning roughly "over-the top" or "ridiculous". Described by Lorz Geptun to refer to a uniform he wore.[8]
  • Juggy: Slang for Juggernaut.[140]
  • Jumped-up Corellian dirt farmer: An insult.[141]
  • Junior: A condescending form of address Jaxxon used when speaking to enemies such as Warto and the Behemoth from the World Below.[70]
  • Junker: Fleet Office slang for a fleet hauler that had been used for data collecting.[55]
  • Juvie-gang: Slang for a group of juveniles engaged in criminal activity.[127]


  • Kane a bar: An insult translating from the Yuuzhan Vong language as "dung of a meat maggot".[6][142] This is a play on the Yuuzhan Vong word, Kanabar, which means "fellow low-caste person".
  • Kanushka: A Kubaz expletive.[23]
  • Kark: A strong expletive.[89]
  • Kath Hound: An insult.
  • Kick-the-rancor: Slang in Palpatine's court for a stupid stunt where the gain is not proportioned to the risks.[59]
  • Kill two birds with one stone: A term that means to finish two objectives in one move.
  • King-size: An adjective meaning "very large," used by Luke Skywalker to describe sea-dragons.[16]
  • Kingdom-come: A term for the location where something that has been destroyed goes.[53]
  • Klick: Slang term for kilometer.[133]
  • Koochoo or Koochu: Huttese for "idiot".[88]
  • Koovy: Squib term for something cool and groovy.[143]
  • Krazsch: A expletive used by the Riileb people.
  • Kreetle: An insult.[39]
  • Kriff: An expletive.
  • Kriffing: A derogatory modifier.[59]
  • Krozit: A Nikto expletive.
  • Ktah: A rare Chiss curse.[144] Reserved for intense or unusual situations due to the Chiss' non-emotional nature.
  • Kung: A Huttese insult (or compliment) translating as "scum", as in "U kulle rah doe kankee kung: You are my kind of scum".[10]
  • Kvark: An Ewok expletive, roughly translated to "phooey"[145]
  • Kwaag: A Tulgah expletive.


  • Larty: GAR slang for LAAT/i gunships.[36]
  • Laserbrain: An insult, as in "I don't know where you get your delusions, laserbrain.".[3]
  • Last trip home: Alderaanian slang for dying, following the destruction of Alderaan.[146]
  • LED: Acronym for "light-emitting diode."[63]
  • Lightfight: Slang term for a fight involving blasters.[35]
  • Local Rocket-Fuel: Slang for any home-brewed alcoholic beverage.[147]
  • LOL: Acronym for "Laugh Out Loud", used in e-mail to express something is amusing.[148]
  • Loot: Imperial slang for lieutenant.[5]
  • Lorda: Huttese title of respect. Equivalent to "sir".[88][36]
  • Lords of Atron!: An exclamation.[149]
  • Lurdo: An Ewokese term meaning jerk, dummy, etc.[93][145][150]
  • Lubed: An exclamation used by Ben Skywalker, meaning cool.[118]


  • Madclaw: Term for a Wookiee who has lashed out against another Wookiee with their claws.
  • Mandos: Slang term for Mandalorians.
  • Maxmag: Maximum magnification, as in "Maxmag that." which means "Magnify that."
  • Meatbag: A derogatory term coined by HK-47 to describe any organic being; HK-47 first used this term in reference to Malak. It was later used by CIS droids in reference to GAR clones.[72][41]
  • Meat can: Slang for soldier, referring to armor.[36]
  • Mechanical(s): Slang for droids and other self-operating machinery.[63]
  • Medilab: A medical laboratory. Alternate: Medlab.[41]
  • Milking: A mild expletive used by many who spoke Basic during the Clone Wars.[5]
  • Mineral grubber: An underground miner.[2]
  • Minions of Xendor!: An exclamation.[111][151] This also refers to the followers of the dark sider Xendor during the Jedi conflict known as the First Great Schism.
  • Moojpuck: An Ansionian expletive, often used by the Gwurran.[14]
  • Mopak: An Ansionian expletive, used to indicate excrement; as in Deep mopak: ie. a bad situation.[14][5]
  • Moron: A stupid or foolish individual.[152]
  • Mos: Element of Tatooine cities (eg. Mos Eisley)
  • Mradhe Muck: A curse, as in "What the blinkin' mradhe muck is going on here?".[153]
  • MRU: Much regret, unable.[36]
  • Mudcrutch: An insult.[154]
  • Mudlicker: An insult meaning unskilled or incompetent.
  • Munk: A Stassian expletive, indicating a form of excrement.
  • Murglak: An insult used by many disreputable groups during the last decades of the Old Republic.[41][155] Most likely a species of foul creature; see Son of a Murglak.
  • Mynock: (vt) to scavenge or steal from another, to profit from another's accomplishment or loot from another's kill (e.g., "someone comes along and mynocks your kill")[41]
  • Mynock muffins!: An expletive along the lines of bullshit[45]


  • Neg: As in, "Neg that." is an expression used most notably by Tahiri Veila to mean "That's negative" or false.
  • Negatron: A negative interjection essentially meaning "no."[127]
  • Nerf and Wookiee Show: Equivalent to "Dog and pony show" in English.[156]
  • Nerfherder: A legitimate occupation on the planet Alderaan; an insult among Alderaanian nobility. Also a general insult.[3][105]
  • Nek take it.: A curse used on Nar Shaddaa.
  • Nekouda: A Ysannan curse.[81]
  • Nerve Burner: An insult refering to mental stability.".[3]
  • Nessie: Slang for a native of the Stenness Node.
  • Nightcrawler: Term used by inhabitants of Tatooine for small insects active during the night.[63]
  • No-being's-land: An area separating two or more opposing ground forces, but unclaimed by none. Often reduced to a wasteland, and virtually always dangerous. Equivalent to the real-world English phrase "No-man's-land".[74]
  • Noob: A new addition to a military unit; often pejorative. Can also refer to a veteran making a rookie mistake [noobish].[76][157][158]
  • Not firing on all thrusters: Not entirely sane.[156]
  • Nova-happy: An insult used by Jolli to describe Han Solo in response to his insulting her; exact meaning uncertain; compare "Space-happy."[31]
  • Nut: Slang noun for "crazy person."[159]
  • Nuts: Slang adjective for "crazy."[15][72]



  • P for Plenty: A phrase used by Kal Skirata's trained group of Null ARCs to describe the amount of explosives needed in any given situation.[66]
  • Pain in the choobies: An expression used for something that caused discomfort or was otherwise troublesome.
  • Palpatine's got a lightsaber: An expression used when a person doubted someone else.[5] A refrence to Palpatine's deception.
  • Palps: A term commonly used for Chancellor/Emperor Palpatine by Omega and Delta squads.
  • Pazaak shark: A term used for a very good pazaak player; usually indicating that the player in question is posing as a novice in order to sucker large amounts of money from his/her/its victims.[41]
  • Peachy: Slang term equivalent to "swell," as used by Jaxxon.[15]
  • Peedunky: A Huttese insult, translating loosely as punk.[29]
  • Peel open like a can of nerf gizzards: To forcefully peel open; often used by starfighter pilots in reference to an enemy ship.[166]
  • Peewo: Acronym for "principal weapons officer"; in use aboard Republic naval ships during the Clone Wars.[36]
  • Penniless: An adjective used by Crimson Jack to describe Han Solo after robbing him of treasure, meaning "without money;" this may indicate the existence of a type of currency known as a "penny;" compare "dime-a-dozen.[16]
  • Phwoar: A Mandalorian expletive.
  • Picking between One and Fourteen: Slang for a choice between equally bad outcomes. Originates from miners in the Lythos system which had to choose whether to work on fiery Lythos I or frigid Lythos XIV.[167]
  • Piffer: Slang for an attractive woman.[61]
  • Pifgah: An Ansionian expletive, used when one was in frustration.[14]
  • Pifgot: An Ansionian expletive, used when one was in frustration.[14]
  • Piglet-Mommy: A derogatory statement used by Gamorreans.[168]
  • Pinkie or Pinky: Slang term used by aliens such as Kerlo and Warto to address humans.[15][169]
  • Piston-head: derogatory term used to describe the IG-86 sentinel droid series[170]
  • Plan B: A term used by pilots,[171] Jedi,[135] Mandalorians—Mandalorians always had a plan B "just in case"—[172] and Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Caedus.[173] It referred to a backup plan; when used in the context of a mercenary or soldier, it could refer to additional soldiers ready to support a soldier even if that soldier felt he or she would not need help.[172] Some beings, such as Han Solo, sometimes didn't prepare any "plan B," sticking with just the primary "plan A" (B being the second letter in the Alternate Basic alphabet and A the first).[171]
  • Plastic boy: Rebel slang for Stormtrooper or any Imperial in armor.[44]
  • Pointer: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to the T-65 X-wing starfighter.
  • Poodoo: A Huttese expletive; loosely translates to "fodder" - a coarse type of food for livestock. Used often as a swear word.[29][117][10]
  • Poop: A Korun term for excrement. Usually used in conjunction with tusker.
  • Prime: Juvenile equivalent to "cool." Similar to "wizard."[97]
  • Prugnuficating: An as yet unknown disgusting act or natural phenomenon; possibly some variation of defecating, putrefying, or both.[174]
  • Pulling a Bindo: A term used to describe a Jedi who had disobeyed the Jedi Code by marrying. The term originated from the exploits of the rogue Padawan Jolee Bindo.[41]
  • Punching up a jump: The act of entering coordinates into a navigation computer prior to making the jump to lightspeed.[63]
  • Pure Sabacc: A slang term indicating perfect, derived from Sabacc. Alternative; Pure Pazaak.[41]
  • Pustina: A Drach'nam expletive.
  • Puul: A Yuuzhan Vong expletive.[175]


  • Raising ship: Leaving a planet in a starship or the act of lifting off.[63]
  • To rancor roll: To overpower someone who isn't expecting an attack. Equivalent to the English phrase "to steamroll".[176]
  • Rake: Slang term for a swoop.[177]
  • Rankweed sucker: An insult.[178][23]
  • RawMat or Rawmat: Corporate slang for "raw materials."[179][180][181]
  • RC: Acronym for "Republic commando".
  • RPC: Acronym for "Request the Pleasure of your Company".[36]
  • Reading the g's: Term used by fighter pilots in reference to dialing down an inertial compensator to get a tactile feel for the movements of their ships.[182]
  • Rear echelon bantha fodder: Slang term for support personnel, usually not fit for combat or heavy duty, in the military. Coincides with the American military term Rear Echelon Motherfucker.[183]
  • Rebel scum: Disdainful term for a member of the Alliance to Restore the Republic, used almost exclusively by Imperials.[10]
  • "Rebel scum this!": Rebel trooper response to the listed above insult.
  • REBJ: Acronym for "Rapid Entry By Jedi", used by Galactic Alliance Guard.[118]
  • Redrobes: Slang for the Red Guards who protected the Supreme Chancellor and later the Emperor.[184]
  • Red Zero: Military term for requesting immediate extraction.[36]
  • Recce: Short for "reconnaissance".[36]
  • Ridge-head parachute: "Ridge-head" is slang for Rodians, but the meaning of "parachute" here is unknown.[182]
  • Rimkin: Slur referring to the inhabitants of the systems in the Outer Rim.
  • Rimmer: Slang for a being hailing from the Outer Rim.[77]
  • Rock: Slang for "planet". Sometimes used degradingly to refer to barren worlds like Tatooine.[20]
  • Rocketjock: Slang for a starfighter pilot.[5]
  • Rocket-rabbit: A slang term Jaxxon applies to himself, perhaps meaning a Lepi spacer.[70]
  • Rodder: Corellian expletive.[185]
  • Rodie: Short for Rodian.[186]
  • Roller: Clone trooper slang for a Hailfire droid. Also slang for a droideka, used amongst the clone commandos.[44][38]
  • Rollies: Clone trooper slang for droidekas.
  • Rookies: Slang name given to new recruits of the "GAR" by more older, battle worn clones
  • Rot: Expletive synonymous with "damn"[187]Boba Fett: Enemy of the Empire</ref>
  • RV: Short for rendezvous. Can also be used to refer to the location of a rendezvous or as a verb meaning "to rendezvous".[36]


  • SBD: Abbreviation for Super Battle Droid.[66][36]
  • Scarhead: A derogatory term for a Yuuzhan Vong.
  • Scraphead: A derogatory term for CIS battle droids. Officers were known to use the term when they were frustrated at having incompetent troops.[188]
  • Schutta: A Twi'lek insult, generally reserved for females of poor repute. It was derived from the name of a weasel-like creature native to Ryloth.[189][41]
  • Scratch gravel!: A phrase meaning "go away!"[17][11]
  • Screaming like a stuck mynock: To scream or shriek in pain, loudly.[41]
  • Scruffy-looking: A derogatory modifier, as in "Why you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerfherder!"[3] Alternate: often used by Wookiees as a compliment.
  • Scamp: An expletive or exclamation used by Leia Organa Solo.[55]
  • Scum: An insult, referring to bounty hunters, Rebels, or any other undesirable individuals, as in "You Rebel scum!"[3][10]
  • Scuttlebutt: Gossip, usually among military forces, that pertains to concurrent or forthcoming events. The rumor-mill.[190]
  • Sepper: Slang for a Separatist. See also: Seppie or Sep.
  • See you on the dark side: Akin to the English phrase "See you in Hell"[191]
  • Seps: Slang for a group of Separatists. Commonly used by Omega and Delta Squad.[66]
  • Seppie: Slang term for Separatist.[56][184]
  • Set-down: Slang for the act of landing a starship.[2]
  • Shag: A Huttese insult, translating as "sex slave," used to refer to Leia Organa Solo.[29]
  • Share coordinates: A metaphor as in "in league with" or "connected to".[77]
  • Sharpie: A term used by Crimson Jack to describe Han Solo, apparently meaning a "sharp-witted person."[16]
  • Shas'mink: A Laerdocian expletive.
  • Shassa: An old Mistryl battle curse.[153][59]
  • Shavit: An expletive used by the farmers of Pakrik Minor. Translates roughly as shit.
  • Shee: A Haruun Kal curse.[56][8]
  • Shik: A vulgar term to describe one who someone despises.
  • Shinie: Slang for a rookie clone trooper.[192]
  • Shiny boy: Slang for clone commando.[36]
  • Shiny stick: Slang for lightsaber.[36]
  • Shock: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to disabling a target with ion cannons.
  • Shoe's on the other side of your mouth: Akin to foot in mouth, cat got your tongue.[105]
  • Shoot like a moisture farmer militia: Derogatory remark referring to the accuracy of military and criminal forces or droids.[41]
  • Shunfa: A curse, as in, "oh, shunfa."[75]
  • Sith's Blood!: A Mandalorian exclamation likely referring to feces.[41]
  • Sith happens: A slang phrase used as an observation that life is full of imperfections.[85] Obviously a play on "Shit happens".
  • Sith me: An expletive used when shocked.[157]
  • Sithspawn: An expletive used throughout the galaxy, originating from Corellia.[35][49]Can also refer to a specific kind of creature mutated or created by Sith alchemy. Most likely means the same thing as hellspawn.
  • Sithspit: A term equivalent to "shit" or "crap".[122]
  • Sitting mynock: A vulnerable target.[81]
  • Skell: A prisoner/bounty.[193]
  • Skifflin is out of the sack: A phrase, similar to "the cat is out of the bag."[194]
  • Skifter: An illegal face-changing Sabacc card often employed by cheaters.
  • Skip: New Republic/Galactic Alliance fighter pilot slang for a coralskipper.[195]
  • Skrag: A Corellian expletive.
  • Skroggin': derogatory modifier used by Jariah Syn.[64]
  • Skull: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to the Z-95 Headhunter starfighter.
  • Skyboy: A term used to address starfighter pilots.[71][15]
  • Slag!: An interjection.
  • Slatt: A Hutt exclamation.[14]
  • Slicer: One who is highly skilled in the technical aspects of computers. Also slicer, slicing, etc. Analogous to real-world hackers or crackers.[41]
  • Slim: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to the RZ-1 A-wing interceptor.
  • Slimesucker: Derogatory term used by Han Solo to describe Boba Fett, possibly of spacer origin.[48]
  • Sleemo: A Huttese insult, pronounced slay-mo, and translating as "slimeball".[29][89][196][197]
  • Smeg: A curse. An homage to the Red Dwarf sci-fi series where the term "smeg" originally appeared.
  • Snark: An expletive used by the Human inhabitants of the planet Ord Mantell.
  • Snarkin: A derogatory modifier.[198]
  • Snigvold: An Ansionian expletive, used to describe another individual in a rude way.[14]
  • Snot: Approximating to "shit" in English.[56]
  • Snowmen: Slang for Imperial stormtroopers.[127]
  • Snubfighter: Small spacecraft like X-wings or TIE Fighters that are seen as expendable.
  • Sod, Sodder: Slang for unfortunate beings, as in "poor sods".[55][5]
  • Son of a Bantha: An insult. Equivalent to the English insult "son of a bitch".[159]
  • Son of a Barve: An insult.[157]
  • Son of a gun: A mild insult.[199]
  • Son-of-a-mynock: An insult.[45]
  • Son of a Murglak: An insult.[41][105]
  • Son of a ruskakk: An insult.[8]
  • Son of a Sith harlot: An exclamation used to express disappointment.[27]
  • Son of a Sow: A Gamorrean curse.[200]
  • Son of a tairn: An insult.[5]
  • Sorcerer: Slang for a Force-sensitive, used by Conan Antonio Motti to refer to Darth Vader.[20]
  • Space: Slang term for killing a person by exposing them to the vacuum of space, usually by launching them out an airlock.[46][89]
  • Space ape: Slang for a lascivious male, used by Jolli to insult her fellow pirates when they tried to kiss her.[201]
  • Space freak: An insult Han Solo uses to refer to the Star-Hoppers of Aduba-3.[70]
  • Space gas: A phrase used by Jolli, apparently meaning "empty talk," equivalent to the real-world phrase "hot air"[16]
  • Space-happy: An insult used by Han Solo to describe spacers who attacked him on Aduba-3; perhaps meaning "insane"; compare "nova-happy."[31]
  • Space it: A exclamation comparable to "kark it".[5]
  • Spacer: Slang term used to describe individuals who live most of their lives in space.
  • Space-ugly: Slang for an ugly spacer, used by Amaiza Foxtrain to insult the Cloud-Riders.[69]
  • Spast!: An interjection.[202]
  • Spice: Slang for any narcotic or otherwise intoxicating substance that is not ingested through drinking.
  • Spun a loop pastry: Made something sound more dramatic than it is.[4]
  • Slug rifle: A projectile-based long weapon that is rifled to ensure greater accuracy.
  • Slugthrower: Term for any projectile-based weapon.
  • Stinkweed: An insult.[203]
  • Squark: A Dug expletive.
  • Squid Head: A derogatory nickname for the Quarren, describing their squid-like heads.
  • Squint: Slang term commonly used by Rebel/Republic pilots, in reference to the TIE/In interceptor.[35]
  • SSD: Abbreviation for Super Star Destroyer.
  • Stang: An originally Alderaanian expletive.[2]
  • Star-hopper: Another term for spacer.
  • Star kitty: Slang.[55]
  • Stars and Galaxies!: An exclamation.[204]
  • Stars at night!: An exclamation.[205]
  • Stars and planets!: An exclamation.[206]
  • Stars' End: A curse, referring to the penal colony located at one of the farthest ends of the galaxy in the Corporate Sector.[147]
  • Stormies: A slang term for Stormtroopers.[109]
  • To stir up a mynocks' nest: To do something that causes even more trouble. Equivalent to the English phrase "to stir up a hornets' nest".[41]
  • Stoopa: Huttese for "fool".[88]
  • Sucks void: expression describing circumstances as welcome as a pressure leak.[157]
  • Suffering Sullorians: An exclamation of impatience.[120]
  • Sun bonnet: Clone Trooper helmet.[192]
  • Super Star Destroyer: A warship larger and/or more powerful than a Star Destroyer but similar in shape.[207]
  • Sweet mother of chaos: an exclamation.[55]
  • Sweet Queen Quinella: An exclamation, likely named for Quinella.[5]
  • Sweet Sookie: An exclamation, as in, "Sweet Sookie's maiden aunt!"[23][208]
  • Switch off!: An exclamation used among droids; corresponding to sod off! or shut up!
  • Swoopie: A member of a swoop-bike gang.[209]



  • Walking Carpet: Derogatory term for a Wookiee, referring to its shaggy coat.[20]
  • Warp-lagged: A phrase referring to a feeling of tiredness after traveling in hyperspace, equivalent to the term jet-lag in modern parlance.[211]
  • Wash out: Term for personal who failed to make a certain cut. Jedi Padawan Tyzen Xebec used the term for Agricultural Corps member Sanya when the pair met on first met on Ukio.
  • Waste of good genes: A phrase among the clones of the Grand Army of the Republic referring to incompetence of a fellow clone.[218]
  • Water mixes with water: A popular Dantari saying problem can't be solved.[219]
  • Wet Droids: A derogatory term for clone troopers and clone commandos.[66]
  • What in the blazes...: An exclamation of surprise at a spectacle or event; compare "Where in the blazes...".[69][117]
  • What in the blue blazes...: An exclamation.[141]
  • What the...: Exclamation used all over the galaxy.[117]
  • When Hutts ride swoops!: Equivalent to "When pigs fly" in English.[220]
  • When Geonosis freezes over: Equivalent to "When hell freezes over" in English.[66]
  • When it snows on Tatooine! Above.
  • When Jawas swim!: Equivalent to "When pigs fly" in English[6]
  • Where in the blazes...: Slang term expressing surprise at the inability to locate someone or something; compare "What in the blazes..."[15]
  • White-hats: Slang for Imperial stormtroopers.[127]
  • Whingeing jimmies: Slang for being frightened. "It gives me the whingeing jimmies."[8]
  • White job: Slang for clone trooper.[36]
  • Who pissed in your power supply?: Roughly translates to "Who pissed you off?" Said mainly to droids.[178]
  • Wild bantha chase: A futile search. Equivalent to "wild goose chase" in English.[135]
  • Wild yunax chase: See above.[221]
  • Wise-mouthed: A term used by Jolli to describe Han Solo, apparently referring to his tendency to make sarcastic remarks.[16]
  • Wishbone: Slang term commonly used by Invid pilots, in reference to the BTL Y-wing starfighter.[222]
  • With your tail in a sling: A phrase used by Crimson Jack, apparently meaning "being at a disadvantage" or "being in a bad situation."[16]
  • Wizard: Juvenile equivalent to "cool" (i.e. "that's so wizard, Ani").[29] Also used as a derogatory term for Jedi Knights by individuals such as Owen Lars.[20]
  • Woke up on the wrong side of the starship: Equivalent to "Woke up on the wrong side of the bed" in English.[72]
  • Wook: Short for Wookiee.[186]
  • Woosh: Expletive used on Simpla-12.
  • Wokling: A term for a baby Ewok.
  • Wet: A term used by Republic Commandos to designate non-droid targets.
  • Worry-droid: Slang term for a droid which worried too much.[69]



  • Yadaj dakl, ignot!: A venomous Yuuzhan Vong curse.[142]
  • Yazbo: A Gamorrean derogatory word.[168]
  • Yahoo!: A battle cry used by Han Solo.[33]
  • You'll find my boot up your exhaust port: Equivalent to "you'll find my boot up your rear end" or "I'll kick your ass."[223]
  • You're thermal.: a negative evaluation of a person's sanity.[224] (The reply: "All musicians are thermal.")
  • You-buh or UABH: "Use a Bigger Hammer"; slang used by builders and mechanics.[5]
  • Youngling: Basic slang for "child".[29][117][135]
  • Yum-yum: A Devaronian word for lover or girlfriend.[225]



See also

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Cestus Deception
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Splinter of the Mind's Eye
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Outbound Flight
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 5.14 5.15 5.16 5.17 Death Star
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Star by Star
  7. 7.0 7.1 Dark Nest I: The Joiner King
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor
  9. 9.0 9.1 Jedi Quest: The Dangerous Games
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 Star Wars Gamemaster Screen, Revised
  12. The Bounty Hunters
  13. A Barve Like That: The Tale of Boba Fett - Tales from Jabba's Palace
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 14.9 The Approaching Storm
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6 15.7 15.8 Star Wars 8: Eight for Aduba-3
  16. 16.00 16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04 16.05 16.06 16.07 16.08 16.09 16.10 Star Wars 11: Star Search
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
  18.  E-3PO in the Databank
  19. Inferno
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  21. Young Jedi Knights series
  22. Junior Jedi Knights: Vader's Fortress
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 MedStar I: Battle Surgeons
  24. Star Wars 2: Six Against the Galaxy
  25. The Final Prophecy
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 Tatooine Ghost
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 Dark Nest III: The Swarm War
  28. Jedi Outcast
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 29.4 29.5 29.6 29.7 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 I, Jedi
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 31.6 31.7 31.8 Star Wars 7: New Planets, New Perils
  32. Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 Star Wars 4: In Battle with Darth Vader
  34. Zorba the Hutt's Revenge
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 35.5 X-Wing: Rogue Squadron
  36. 36.00 36.01 36.02 36.03 36.04 36.05 36.06 36.07 36.08 36.09 36.10 36.11 36.12 36.13 36.14 36.15 36.16 36.17 36.18 36.19 36.20 Republic Commando: Triple Zero
  37. Force Commander
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 38.3 Star Wars: Republic Commando
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 Tempest
  40. Dark Force Rising
  41. 41.00 41.01 41.02 41.03 41.04 41.05 41.06 41.07 41.08 41.09 41.10 41.11 41.12 41.13 41.14 41.15 41.16 41.17 41.18 41.19 41.20 41.21 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  42. Ambush at Corellia
  43. 43.0 43.1 The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 Star Wars: Battlefront II
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 45.3 Lando Calrissian and the Starcave of ThonBoka
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.3 Lando Calrissian and the Flamewind of Oseon'
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 MedStar II: Jedi Healer
  48. 48.0 48.1 Dark Empire II
  49. 49.0 49.1 Side Trip
  50. 50.0 50.1 Obsession
  51. 51.0 51.1 Starfighter: Crossbones
  52. Crimson Empire
  53. 53.0 53.1 Star Wars 6: Is This the Final Chapter?
  54. 54.0 54.1 54.2 54.3 54.4 Han Solo at Stars' End
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 55.3 55.4 55.5 55.6 55.7 55.8 Before the Storm
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 56.4 Shatterpoint
  57. Emissary of the Void
  58. 58.0 58.1 X-wing Rogue Squadron: In the Empire's Service
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.4 59.5 Vision of the Future
  60. 60.0 60.1 Lando Calrissian and the Mindharp of Sharu
  61. 61.0 61.1 Mara Jade: By the Emperor's Hand
  62. The Clone Wars: Wild Space
  63. 63.0 63.1 63.2 63.3 63.4 63.5 A Guide to the Star Wars Universe (First Edition)
  64. 64.0 64.1 Star Wars Legacy 3: Broken, Part 3
  65. Goatgrass: The Tale of Ree-Yees
  66. 66.00 66.01 66.02 66.03 66.04 66.05 66.06 66.07 66.08 66.09 66.10 Republic Commando: Hard Contact
  67. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Ambush(Decoded)
  68. Star Wars (radio)
  69. 69.0 69.1 69.2 69.3 Star Wars 9: Showdown on a Wasteland World
  70. 70.0 70.1 70.2 70.3 70.4 70.5 70.6 Star Wars 10: Behemoth from the World Below
  71. 71.0 71.1 71.2 Star Wars 5: Lo, The Moons of Yavin
  72. 72.0 72.1 72.2 72.3 72.4 72.5 72.6 72.7 72.8 Knights of the Old Republic
  73. Return of the Jedi (radio)
  74. 74.0 74.1 Jedi Trial
  75. 75.0 75.1 Allegiance
  76. 76.0 76.1 Star Wars Legacy: Broken
  77. 77.0 77.1 77.2 77.3 77.4 77.5 Dark Forces: Soldier for the Empire
  78. Boba Fett: Twin Engines of Destruction
  79. Star Wars Legacy 7: Broken, Part 6
  80. Star Wars Legacy 24: Loyalties, Part 2
  81. 81.0 81.1 81.2 81.3 Empire's End
  82. Survivor's Quest
  83. X-wing: The Krytos Trap
  84. The Unifying Force
  85. 85.0 85.1 Jedi vs. Sith
  86. Exile
  87. Republic 62: No Man's Land
  88. 88.0 88.1 88.2 88.3 Galactic Phrase Book and Travel Guide
  89. 89.0 89.1 89.2 89.3 Star Wars Legacy
  90. Marooned
  91. 91.0 91.1 91.2 X-wing: The Bacta War
  92. Star Wars Tales 4
  93. 93.0 93.1 Caravan of Courage: An Ewok Adventure
  94. 94.0 94.1 94.2 Star Wars Empire: Darklighter
  95. Star Wars Republic 49: Sacrifice
  96. Star Wars Republic 61: Dead Ends
  97. 97.0 97.1 Galaxy of Fear
  98. Taster's Choice: The Tale of Jabba's Chef - Tales from Jabba's Palace
  99. A Day in the Life
  100. Han Solo's Revenge
  101. The Han Solo Adventures
  102. Hoth Stuff
  103. The Truce at Bakura
  104. Shield of Lies
  105. 105.0 105.1 105.2 105.3 105.4 Star Wars Legacy 2: Broken, Part 2
  106. Wizards of the Coast Web Site: The Living Force
  107. 107.0 107.1 Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  108. Wizards of the Coast Web site: Planet Hoppers
  109. 109.0 109.1 Star Wars Galaxies
  110. Dark Forces: Jedi Knight
  111. 111.0 111.1 The Adventures of Lando Calrissian
  112. Galaxy Guide 11: Criminal Organizations
  113. Jedi Apprentice: The Evil Experiment
  114. Special Ops: Ship Jackers
  115. Cloak of Deception
  116. 116.0 116.1 Shadows of the Empire Planets Guide
  117. 117.0 117.1 117.2 117.3 117.4 117.5 117.6 Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
  118. 118.0 118.1 118.2 Betrayal
  119. Junior Jedi Knights: Kenobi's Blade
  120. 120.0 120.1 The Bounty Hunters: Scoundrel's Wages
  121. Underworld: The Yavin Vassilika
  122. 122.0 122.1 Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
  123. Topworld
  124. League of Spies
  125. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Cloak of Darkness"
  126. Millennium Falcon
  127. 127.0 127.1 127.2 127.3 127.4 127.5 127.6 Han Solo and the Lost Legacy
  128. Star Wars Encyclopedia, 127.
  129. The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
  130. Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds
  131. 131.0 131.1 Dark Tide I: Onslaught
  132. Unknown Soldier: The Story of General Grievous
  133. 133.0 133.1 X-wing: Isard's Revenge
  134. Star Wars: Bounty Hunter
  135. 135.0 135.1 135.2 135.3 135.4 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  136. The Hovel on Terk Street
  137. Reversal of Fortune
  138. The New Jedi Order
  139. Castaways of Endor
  140. Star Wars: Rebellion (comics)
  141. 141.0 141.1 141.2 Dark Journey
  142. 142.0 142.1 New Jedi Order Sourcebook
  143. Rookies: Rendezvous
  144. Force Heretic II: Refugee
  145. 145.0 145.1 Star Wars: Ewoks
  146. X-wing Rogue Squadron: Masquerade
  147. 147.0 147.1 Labyrinth of Evil
  148. Star Wars: X-wing Alliance
  149. Blaze of Glory
  150. Star Wars Tales
  151. Han Solo Trilogy
  152. "Another Fine Mess"
  153. 153.0 153.1 Specter of the Past
  154. Star Wars Republic: The Battle of Jabiim
  155. The Stark Hyperspace War
  156. 156.0 156.1 Traitor
  157. 157.0 157.1 157.2 157.3 Star Wars Legacy 4: Noob
  158. Star Wars Legacy: Claws of the Dragon
  159. 159.0 159.1 Underworld: A Galaxy of Scum and Villainy
  160. Star Wars: Visionaries
  161. Retreat from Coruscant
  162. To the Last Man
  163. The Taris Holofeed Special Proclamation
  164. Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  165. Odds
  166. Tales of the Jedi (audio)
  167. The Essential Atlas
  168. 168.0 168.1 Children of the Jedi
  169. Incident at Horn Station
  170. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Downfall of a Droid"
  171. 171.0 171.1 The Paradise Snare
  172. 172.0 172.1 Boba Fett: A Practical Man
  173. Revelation
  174. Jabba the Hutt: The Art of the Deal
  175. Edge of Victory: Conquest
  176. Hand of Thrawn Duology
  177. Shadows of the Empire
  178. 178.0 178.1 Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter
  179. "Galaxywide NewsNets" - Star Wars Adventure Journal 7
  180. "Galaxywide NewsNets" - Star Wars Adventure Journal 8
  181.  Baktoid Closes Down Five More PlantsHoloNet News Vol. 531 46
  182. 182.0 182.1 Vector Prime
  183. Fury
  184. 184.0 184.1 Episode III novelization
  185. Dark Nest Trilogy
  186. 186.0 186.1 "A Hunter's Fate: Greedo's Tale"
  187. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named BF:EotE
  188. The Clone Wars: Headgames‎
  189. Jedi Quest
  190. Classic Star Wars 1
  191. Star Wars: Dark Forces
  192. 192.0 192.1 Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Rookies"
  193. Show of Force
  194. Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back
  195. Ylesia
  196. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Cargo of Doom"
  197. Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Children of the Force"
  198. Republic 59: Enemy Lines
  199. The Hutt Gambit
  200. Planet of Twilight
  201. Star Wars 12: Doomworld
  202. Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
  203.  "Life Below" - Clone Wars Adventures: Volume 9
  204. Jedi Apprentice series
  205. The Bounty Hunters: Kenix Kil
  206. Legacy of the Jedi
  207. Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Trilogy
  208. Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows
  209. Union
  210. Crimson Empire II: Council of Blood
  211. 211.0 211.1 Boba Fett: The Fight to Survive
  212. X-wing: Rogue Squadron
  213. X-wing: Isard's Revenge
  214. 214.0 214.1 Edge of Victory: Rebirth
  215. X-Wing
  216. Edge of Victory II: Rebirth
  217. 217.0 217.1 Secrets of the Sisar Run
  218. Star Wars: Republic Commando
  219. Galaxy of Fear: Clones
  220. The Unseen Queen
  221. Balance Point
  222. I, Jedi
  223. Star Wars Legacy 14: Claws of the Dragon, Part 1
  224. We Don't Do Weddings: The Band's Tale
  225. Star Wars Republic: The Hidden Enemy
  226. X-wing Rogue Squadron: The Rebel Opposition

External links

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SWG Wiki

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From SWG Wiki

After you defeat a MOB, a yellow disk will appear above thier corpse. When that yellow disk appears, it indicates that the corpse contains an item or items that can be taken by your character. This is called "looting".

Sometimes all the corpse will have is Credits. Sometimes they will only have junk. But, sometimes they will have items that may be of use to your character or other characters.

Table of contents

Types of Loot

Armor with stats

Sometimes MOBs will drop armor pieces that will enhance your character's attributes when equipped. However, there are species, career/profession, and CL restrictions on this armor.

Broken Kit


  • Broken meson telecope
  • Broken binoculars

Some broken kit can be fixed. Some can't.

To repair a Broken Datapad you need:

  • Datapad Housing (Container)
  • Broken Datapad
  • Datapad Battery
  • Datapad Connectors
  • Datapad Backlight

To repair a Corrupt Datadisk you need:

  • Datadisk Repair Kit
  • Corrupt Datadisk
  • Magnetic Reader
  • Magnetic Burner
  • Wiring (just wiring, not blue or red, which are used in Recyclers)
  • Recovery Software

You can repair Viewscreens and print your own pictures using a Printing Kit

Clothing with stats

Just like armor with stats, sometimes MOBs will drop clothing that will enhance your character's attributes when equipped. Clothing with stats don't have career/profession restrictions, but they may have species and CL restrictions.


Most NPC's have Credits (even those without pockets).

Junk loot

Some items have no real purpose other than to be sold to a Junk Dealer or as a decoration. These items are referred to as Junk

Loot cards

Cards that are found in Trading Card Game booster packs, which can be redeemed for in-game rewards.

Rare Loot

Even though loot is random, some items have a higher chance of not being looted. Items that it may take 20+ kills to obtain just to obtain one. Or, items that you can only obtain by defeating a Boss. An example of rare loot would be the Robe of the Storm Callers, which can only be looted from a Boss NPC.


Unlike schematics that are usually granted to Traders, some of these schematics may be used by other careers/professions. Sometimes, these schematics also require other looted items.

Space loot

When you destroy an enemy ship in space, the loot is automatically placed in your inventory. Items looted in space are usually things that you can use to fix up your ship, and/or may be credits.


Stims are items that can temporarly give your character a boost to thier attributes.


Some Weapons can be crafted, some can be quest rewards, and some can be looted.

Loot Kits

Some loot can be combined into a loot kit to produce a rare furniture item, such as a Nabooian Sculpture or a Blue Rug. These kits are usually given away by Junk Dealers for free, however, you can only have one kit per time in your inventory. See Loot Kit for more information.

This article uses material from the "Loot" article on the SWG Wiki wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

Loot refers to any item that can be scavaged (looted) from the bodies of dead Creatures or dead Players. Loot varies by creature, and some items are found more frequently than others. Usually the most valuable items are the most rare.



A popular rumour says that wearing a Wolf Tooth Chain will increase the chance of dropping a rare item. This has been proven false since the loot of a monster is decided when the monster is spawned, not when killed.

Another rumour says that some respawns provide better loot than others, however this has not been confirmed (neither true nor false). Although there is some evidence of this. An example of this is Chickens in Krimhorn will drop Chicken Feathers more commonly than Chickens in Greenshore

Looting Guidelines

The following lists give recommendations for what loot to collect while hunting. The "GP/oz" ratio also takes into account the number of spaces an item takes up in your backpack, not just its raw value.

General guidelines are to collect loot giving preference in the following order. This list is only a general guideline, there are obvious exceptions, so use your common sense when collecting items. For specific lists, check the appropriate section below. If something weighs more the amount of gold it's worth, it's not worth picking up (still use a lootbag)

  1. Gems and Jewelry
  2. Platinum Coins
  3. Rare or Magical Items (rings, amulets, etc.)
  4. Creature Products
  5. Gold Coins
  6. Weapons
  7. Armor
  8. Shields
  9. Food
  10. Tools


Some assumptions were made when creating these lists:

  • It is assumed that you will not keep or use any item looted. These lists are sorted based on the assumption that all items will be sold for gold coins.
  • In order for the lists to be equally valuable in all game worlds, only prices offered by NPCs is used. Most items can be sold to other players for more money.
  • The weight for each item assumes that you will be carrying your loot in a backpack. If you were to use a bag (or other container) to hold your loot, then the weight/gp ratio would be slightly different.

Rookgaard Loot Lists

Mainland Loot Lists

Related Pages

This article uses material from the "Loot" article on the Tibia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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