Marvel Stats in West End Games' Star Wars RPG

• The Wheel - The massive space station devoted to all forms of gambling featured in issues 18-23 is one of the locations visited by the players in an adventure in the supplement No Disintegrations.

• HT-2200 - The freighter flown by Luke and Leia in issue 38 ("Riders in the Void") looks awfully like the HT-2200, which is featured in two articles published in The Star Wars Adventure Journal, "A Buyer's Guide to Alternative Starships" from issue 5 and "Fizzi's Slightly Used Starships" from issue 9. Deck plans for the HT-2200 can be found in Stock Ships.

• Droid World - The mobile, artificial moon known as Droid World and its cyborg master Kligson were introduced in issue 47 and received RPG stats in: Cynabar's Fantastic Technology: Droids.

• King Ozz of the Ugnaughts - In the adventure included with the Second Edition revision of Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back, player characters encounter some of the Ugnaughts including King Ozz who played a role in Lando's return to Cloud City in issues 56-57. The adventure also cleverly explains the Ugnaughts' swampy refuge on the gas giant world of Bespin.

• The Dark Lady Lumiya - Shira Elan Colla Brie and her twisted alter-ego Lumiya are introduced into the RPG in an article in issue 3 of Topps' Star Wars Galaxy Magazine. Oddly, the article fails to mention Luke's role in Shira's story or that Lumiya first appeared the Marvel comics.

• Brin the Nagai - Although not a character from the comics, a Nagai Warrior named Lusubrin "Brin" T'shkali is given stats in Wretched Hives of Scum and Villainy.



Marvel Stats in Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars RPG

• The Nomads of Shalyvane, Iskalonians, the Stenax, the Windborn of Skye, the Nagai and the Zeltrons - These alien races received official coverage and stats in issue 1 of Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Gamer. The Nomads, whose race we learn is called the Em'liy, debuted in issue 60. The S'kytri, the Windborn of Skye, appeared in Annual #1.

• The Skyhoppers of Aduba - The "Eight for Aduba-3" saga, from issues 8-10, finally gets the respect it deserves in the cover story of issue 4 of Star Wars Gamer. Don't miss this article for stats for Jaxxon, Amaiza, Don-Wan Kihotay, Hedji the Spiner, Jimm the Starkiller Kid, Effie the Droid, Serji-X Arrogantus, Warto the Cloud Rider, the Behemoth and more!

• The Dark Lady Lumiya - Lumiya's D20 incarnation appears in issue 5 of Star Wars Gamer in the article "The Emperor's Pawns" which details seven of the Emperor's Hands drawn from across the Expanded Universe.

• Hoojibs - At long last, Hoojibs return to the Star Wars universe in the adventure "Welcome to the Jungle" in issue 6 of Star Wars Gamer.

• Tirrith - The non-corporeal Tirrith of the planet Beheboth appeared in issue 66 of the Marvel series and are detailed in the article, "Aliens Anthology Addendum" in issue 7 of Star Wars Gamer.

• Hoojibs, Lahsbees, Spiners, the Yinchorri and the Slivilith - This bunch of aliens introduced in the Marvel series are covered in the Alien Anthology supplement.

• Fenn Shysa - Mandalorian Protector Fenn Shysa makes an appearance in the adventure "Race for the Tessent" in issue 9 of Star Wars Gamer.

• The Em'liy of Shalyvane, Lepi (Lepus Carnivorous), Nagai, S'kytri, Spiners, Yinchorri and Zeltrons - These races, all introduced in the Marvel series, can be found in the Ultimate Alien Anthology supplement.

• Planet Hoppers - Cory J. Herndon's excellent series of articles on the Wizards of the Coast's SWRPG website described in detail many of the worlds and characters featured in the Marvel series. The worlds visited include Velmor home of issue 51's "The Last Jedi"; Arbra, planet of the Hoojibs; Zeltros, homeworld of Dani, Bahb, Jahn, Marruc and Rahuhl; Beheboth, source of "The Water Bandits" from issue 66, Vandelhelm from issue 98; Aargau, the banking world from issue 48; and finally issue 78's villain, Arns Grimraker was featured in the coverage of the planet Hoth. Since Blizzard gave up the Star Wars license, these articles are no longer available.

• Valance the Hunter - The infamous bountry Valance was featured in "Valance's Tale", a series of adventure scenarios for the Star Wars Miniatures Game available on Wizards of the Coast's website, which like Wizards of the Coast's other online content, is no longer available.