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  • Android and Robot Models
    • Astromech Droid
      • Droid model.
    • B2 Battle Droid
      • Separatist battle droid (Season 3).
    • Destroyer
      • Battle droids from Season 3.
    • Dismantler Droid
      • Dismantler Droids were used by the Empire for dismantling Y-Wing Starfighters at the Reklam Station in Season 3.
    • Imperial Infiltrator Droid
      • A type of recon droid used by the Galactic Empire. Seen in multiple Season 3 episodes.
    • Imperial Mind Probe
      • Interrogation droid used to torture Hera to find out the location of the rebel fleet. (Season 4 episode Jedi Night).
    • Protocol Droid
      • Droid model.
    • PZ-7
      • Imperial droid that AP-5 tricks into thinking it has been reassigned to the cargo platform. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Blurrg
      • Creature ridden like a horse on Hera's home planet of Ryloth (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes).
    • Bogen
      • Creatures on the new rebel base planet that look like snails. (Season 2 episode The Mystery of Chopper Base)
    • Convor
      • Creatures on the new rebel base planet that look like owls. (Season 2 episode The Mystery of Chopper Base)
    • Dewback
      • Obi-Wan rides a Dewback lizard on Tatooine (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • Fyrnock
      • Nocturnal creatures that Hera and Sabine encounter at Fort Anaxes, an old Republic base during the Clone Wars. Later, Ezra uses the Force to make the creatures attack Imperial stormtroopers and The Inquisitor (Season 1 episodes Out of Darkness, Gathering Forces)
    • Joopa
      • Elusive big game Captain Rex and his buddies use Zeb as bait to hunt on the planet Seelos (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Krykna Spider
      • Giant spider-like creatures inhabiting the planet Atollon, location of the Rebel base.
    • Loth-bat
      • Bat-like creatures native to the planet Lothal (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
    • Loth-cat
      • Cat-like creature on the planet Lothal - there's a loth-cat in Ezra's force vision in Season 2 episode Legacy.
    • Loth-rat
      • Animal on the planet Lothal.
    • Loth-wolf
      • Once thought to be extinct canine creature on the planet Lothal. (Season 1 episode Path of the Jedi) Multiple episodes in Season 4.
    • Mynock
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode Relics of the Old Republic: We're sitting mynocks on this thing" - Ezra.
    • Puffer Pig
      • Pigs capable of sniffing out valuable minerals (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array) Vizago's payment for sneaking the rebels past the Imperial blockade of Lothal to attack the TIE Defender plant. (Season 4 episode The Occupation)
    • Rancor
      • Sabine and Zeb describe Thrawn's assassin Rukh: "Looks like a baby rancor" (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
    • Ronto
      • The packages the rebels smuggle are labeled Ronto Meat in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters.
    • Starbird
      • Agent Kallus recognizes Sabine's artwork as the symbol of Phoenix Squadron, which was based on the Starbird, a creature of light rising in flames. (Season 3 episode An Inside Man)
    • Tibidee
      • Large flying creatures. A group of them help the ccrew of the Ghost escape the Spire prison. (Season 1 Rise of the Old Masters) Ezra summons a Tibidee to hell him and Kanan escape from inquisitors. (Season 2 episode Shroud of Darkness)
  • Armed Forces
    • 501st Clone Battalion
      • Rex's old Clone army division mentioned in Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders.
    • Death Watch
      • A Mandalorian splinter group that opposed the pacifist government of Mandalore.
    • Gold Squadron
      • Rebel squadron that brings Senator Mon Moth to meet e crew of the Ghost. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Grand Army Of The Republic
      • Referenced in Season 3.
    • Green Squadron
      • Rebel straighter squadron. (Season 3 episodes The Antilles Extraction, Zero Hour)
    • Honor Guard Of Lasan
      • Elite military group on Zeb's home world (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Imperial Navy
      • Referred to as such in Season 3 episode Secret Cargo.
    • The Jedi Order
      • Religious order of the Jedi Knights, obliterated during the Clone Wars.
    • Phoenix Squadron
      • Division of rebel fleet introduced in Season 2.
    • Skull Squadron
      • Squadron of Mandalorian Protectors who assisted the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars from Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn.
    • The Rebellion
      • The Rebels series tells the story of the rise of the Rebel Alliance, also known as the Rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
  • Artists
    • Janyor Of Bith
      • Famous artist that influenced Sabine's style. (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Tojnun
      • Mandalorian artist mentioned by Sabine's father when they are reunited - he tells her that her artwork is derivative of the pre-exile masters, and she admits thet Tojnun was an influence. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
  • Artwork
    • New Freedom
      • Mural featured in the Lothal City Capitol Building on the back wall of the Senate Chamber, depicting the rounded, white towers of Capital City, as well as Lothal's major industries of the past, namely fisheries and agricultural operations. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
  • Assassins, Bounty Hunters and Mercenaries
    • Ketsu Onyo
      • Bounty hunter and old friend of Sabine's from Season 2 episode Blood Sisters.
    • Sabine Wren
      • Sabine is an ex-bounty hunter.
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Old Jho's Pit Stop
      • Where Kanan and Ezra find Tseebo (Season 1 episode Empire Day). Later revealed to have been taken over by a famous Imperial fighter pilot (Season 4 episode The Occupation).
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • Battle Of Atollon
      • Battle between the Rebels and Grand Admiral Thrawn's Imperial Fleet over Atollon, location of a rebel base. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Battle Of Christophsis
      • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Battle Of Lessu
      • Battle in which Hera's father fought alongside Mace Windu, mentioned in Season 2 episode Homecoming.
    • The Battle Of Mygeeto
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn.
    • The Siege Of Lothal
      • Battle that takes place in Season 2 episode The Siege of Lothal.
    • The Siege Of Mandalore
      • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Imperial Complex
      • Imperial headquarters on Lothal.
    • Lothal City Capitol Building
      • The Old Republic Senate Building, a building in Lothal City on Lothal featuring a towering spire, where the Rebels meet Senator Trayvis. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • Lothal Jedi Temple
      • Ancient Jedi temple that Ezra discovers on the planet Lothal. (Season 1 episode Path of the Jedi)
    • Main Square
      • Location on Lothal. Mentioned in Spark of Rebellion.
  • Cities and Towns
    • Capital City
      • City on the planet Lothal.
    • Jalath City
      • City on the planet Lothal, plot point in Season 2 episode A Princes on Lothal.
    • Jhothal
      • City on Lothal (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
    • Kothal
      • Town (Season 1 episode Fighter Flight)
    • Tann Province
      • The Tann province was located on Ryloth. Hera Syndulla grew up in the province in her home. (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes)
    • Tarkintown
      • Lothal city. Named for Grand Moff Tarkin, Governor of the Outer Rim.
  • Corporations
    • Corporate Alliance
      • Commander Sato claims to belong to the Corporate Alliance when captured by the Empire in Season 2 episode Stealth Strike.
  • Criminal Organizations
    • Black Sun
      • "Slavers and assassins". Criminal syndicate mentioned in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters.
    • The Rang Clan
      • Criminal gang that has bounty on Hondo's head in Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn.
  • Electronics-Tracking
    • Imperial XX-23S Thread Tracker
      • Product developed by Sienar Systems to track ships through hyperspace (Season 1 episode Gathering Forces)
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Jogan
      • Fruit being sold by vendor arrested by The Empire on Lothal in Spark of Rebellion.
  • Games
    • Dejarik
      • Rex and Chopper play Dejarik on the Ghost. (Season 2 episode Always Two There Are)
    • Sabacc
      • Card game Zeb likes to play.
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Imperial Security Bureau
      • Also referred to as ISB, the Security Bureau or Imperial Security. A law enforcement and intelligence agency of the Galactic Empire that was charged with matters of state security and ensuring the loyalty of citizens to the Empire.
    • The Republic
      • Before the Empire, there was the Republic, mentioned in various episodes.
    • The Separatist Alliance
      • (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
    • The Galactic Empire
      • The Rebels series tells the story of the rise of the Rebel Alliance, also known as the Rebellion against the Galactic Empire.
  • Holidays
    • Empire Day
      • Holiday celebrating the day the Republic became the Empire, the end of the Clone Wars - and, as it turns out, Ezra Bridger's birthday. (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Code 6110
      • Imperial code that Sabine mentions when she gets busted by a stormtrooper in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Directive AT-1-4
      • Imperial directive that a stormtrooper mentions when he busts Sabine in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Order 66
      • The order that extinguished most of the Jedi.
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • 22 Pickup
      • One of Kanan's crew's maneuvers. (Season 1 episode Spark of Rebellion)
    • 44 Scoop
      • Name for the pickup method Ezra requests of the Ghost after rescuing Hondo. (Season 3 episode Steps into Shadow Part One)
    • Battle Plan Zeta
      • Plan initiated by Separatist droid commander in Season 3.
    • Defense Formation Aurek-one
      • Defense formation ordered by Rebel General Dodonna (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • Jedi Mind Trick
      • Kanan uses Jedi Trick on Stormtroopers while trying to rescue Jedi Master Luminara Unduli. (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters) Ezra tries to use.a Jedi Mind Trick, but it doesn't work. Kanan is successful. (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy) Kanan uses Jedi Mind Trick on stormtroopers. (Season 2 episode Stealth Strike) Ezra uses a Jedi Mind Trick to get Imperials to abandon their ship. It doesn't work at first, but then it does. (Season 2 episode Homecoming) Ezra tricks some Imperial soldiers. (Season 3 episode Through Imperial Eyes) Ezra Jedi mind tricks a death trooper. (Season 4 episode Wolves and a Door)
    • The Jedi Rescue
      • War scenario played out (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
    • Protocol 13
      • Imperial procedure: The immediate evacuation of all imperial personnel from an occupied planet. (Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
    • Spearhead Formation
      • Defense formation ordered by Rebel General Dodonna in Season 3.
    • The Sword And Shield Maneuver
      • Attack plan: Jedis block, Clone troopers fires. (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
  • Military Bases
    • Chopper Base
      • The name of the rebels' base.
    • Fort Anaxes
      • An old Republic base during the Clone Wars where Hera and Sabine encounter fyrnocks. Later, Ezra uses the Force to make the creatures attack Imperial stormtroopers and The Inquisitor (Season 1 episodes Out of Darkness, Gathering Forces)
    • Horizon Base
      • Imperial moon station seen in Season 2 episode The Forgotten Droid.
    • Joopa Base
      • Rebel base (Season 4 episode A Fool's Hope)
  • Mining Companies
    • Mining Guild
      • Mentioned in Season 3.
    • Spice Mines Of Kessel
      • Prison camp. The crew of the Ghost rescues Wookiee slaves that are being taken to the Spice Mines of Kessel by the Empire. (Season 1 episode Spark of Rebellion)
  • Moons
    • Killun-71
      • A moon that held Killun Station, a station operated by the Galactic Empire. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Yavin 4
      • Moon, location of rebel base (Season 4)
  • Natural Areas
    • Tulara Ravine
      • Natural area on Hera's home planet of Ryloth (Season 3).
  • Outer Space
    • Archeon Nebula
      • Also referred to as the Archeon Pass. Hera takes the Ghost, carrying Mon Mothma's, into a nebula to get away from Imperial fighters (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Imperial Portal
      • Mentioned by imperial officer in Spark of Rebellion.
    • Lothal
      • Ezra's home planet in the Outer Rim Territories.
    • Outer Rim
      • The least widely settled and explored area of the galaxy - location of the planet Lothal.
    • Sereeda Waypoint
      • Hyperspace waypoint where the crew of the Ghost stops to recalculate navigation coordinates on their way to the Yarma system. (Season 3 episode Steps Into Shadow)
    • Tonnis Sector
      • Where Saw takes Ezra and Sabine (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Wild Space
      • The area beyond the outer rim, where the rebels find the planet Lira San in Season 2 episode Legends of the Last.
  • Planets
    • Agamar
      • Planet where Separatist droids still fighting the Clone Wars in Season 3.
    • Alderaan
      • Mentioned only in secret code phrase when Sabine, Ezra and Chopper are meeting rebel contact. "It's a long way to Alderaan". (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters) Peaceful planet offering help to the Rebellion in Season 2 episode A Princes on Lothal.
    • Arkanis
      • Planet that Ezra's cadet informant Are Leonis mentions being transferred to. (Season 1 episode Visions of Hope)
    • Atollon
      • A remote planet in the Lothal sector of the Outer Rim Territories, location of new rebel base. (Season 3)
    • Batonn
      • Thrawn promoted following his victory at Batonn.
    • Bith
      • Home world of the famous artist Janyor of Both (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Boz Pity
      • Planet (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Chandrila
      • Mon Mothma's home planet, mentioned in Imperial news report: "Imperial Senator Mon Mothma of Chandrila has shocked the Senate with her treasonous remarks against emperor Palpatine." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Concord Dawn
      • Planet with Mandalorian settlement called The Protectors in Season 2 episode The Protector of Concord Dawn.
    • Corellia
      • Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Coruscant
      • Mentioned only. (Season 2 episode Blood Sisters). Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Dantooine
      • Location of rebel base, first mentioned in Season 3 episode Secret Cargo.
    • Garel
      • Planet in the Outer Rim, location of rebel base in Season 2.
    • Geonosis
      • An Imperial construction yard was established in orbit around Geonosis, but abandoned by the time the crew of the Ghost arrived in the system after the Imperial attack on Garel. Here they were ambushed by an Imperial force under Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau, but managed to escape, with Kallus and Garazeb Orrelios ending up stranded on one of Geonosis' moons after their battle carried into an escape pod. The Geonosis Moon in which they were stranded possessed a colder climate to that of the main planet, Geonosis.
    • Ghorman
      • Planet named in Mon Mothma's treasonous remarks: "I name the emperor himself for ordering the brutal attack's on the people of Ghorman." (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Planet mentioned by the Gold Squadron rebels that the crew of the Ghost meets. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • Gozgo
      • Planet from Vizago's exclamation in multiple episodes: "By the moons of Gozgo!" (Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn, Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
    • Ibaar
      • Planet with people depending on food drop from Phoenix Squadron in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master.
    • Jedha
      • Mentioned during conversation about the Empire's new super weapon, source of the secret cargo - a very large khyber crystal. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Kessel
      • Location of famous spice mines.
    • Krownest
      • Planet in the Mandalorian sector where the Ghost travels to straighten out matters with Sabine's estranged family. (Season 3 episode Legacy of Mandalore)
    • Lasan
      • Lasat homeworld.
    • Lira San
      • New Lasan world, prophesized in the ancient Lasat writings from Season 2 episode Legends of the Last.
    • Malachor
      • Location of Sith temple, first mentioned in Season 2 episode Shroud of Darkness, seen in Season 2 episodes 21&22 Twilight of the Apprentice.
    • Mandalore
      • Sabine's home world.
    • Montross
      • According to Mon Mothma, one of the many planets that needs help from the Rebellion (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Mustafar
      • Darth Vader's Planet (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy)
    • Mykapo
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
    • Onderon
      • Mentioned in various episodes (Season 2 episode The Honorable Ones, Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Rinn
      • Frozen planet facing energy crisis from Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn.
    • Ryloth
      • Hera's home planet, where she reunites with her father in Season 2 episode Homecoming.
    • Seelos
      • Planet where Ezra and the gang finds Captain Rex (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Shantipole
      • Home of shipmaster Quarrie and his blockade buster in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master.
    • Stygeon Prime
      • Planet in the Stygeon System (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
    • Synistahg
      • Planet (Season 3)
    • Tatooine
      • Where Obi-Wan kills Darth Maul (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • Teralov
      • Planet where rebel ships are attacked the Empire while attempting to deliver supplies.(Season 3 episode The Antilles Extraction)
    • Wynkahthu
      • Planet the rebels retrieve bombs from in Season 3.
    • Yarma
      • Planet where Reklam Station is located in Season 3.
  • Prisons
    • Naraka Prison
      • Imperial prison on Naraka where Hondo Ohnaka and Tarba were held prisoner by the Galactic Empire in Season 3.
    • The Spire
      • Imperial containment system in the Stygeon system (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
  • Programs and Projects
    • Project Shantipole
      • Project name that built the B-Wing in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master.
    • Project Stardust
      • Krennic's project to build the Death Star, mentioned to Thrawn by Tarkin (Season 4 episode Jedi Night)
  • Radio Programs
    • The Imperial HoloNet Broadcast
      • Equivalent of an Imperial radio station (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
  • Schools-Military
    • The Imperial Academy
      • Mentioned in various episodes.
    • Skystrike Academy
      • Imperial academy that Sabine infiltrates, and then escapes with Wedge and Hobbie. (Season 3 episode The Antilles Extraction)
  • Space Stations
    • Faos Station
      • Imperial space station, location of secret Imperial cargo. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Killun Station
      • Space station operated by the Imperial Security Bureau, a part of the Galactic Empire, located on Killun-71. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo) Mentioned by the security technician that reprograms Chopper. (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
  • Stars
    • Del Zennis System
      • Star system mentioned in Season 2 episode Stealth Strike, where a ship went missing.
    • Jalindi System
      • Location of a new imperial communications relay. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion)
    • Mustafar System
      • According to Kanan, "where Jedi go to die" (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Stygeon System
      • Where Jedi master Luminara is alive and being held captive (Season 1 episode Rise of the Old Masters)
    • Yawst System
      • Potential location of new rebel base in Season 2 episode The Forgotten Droid.
  • Substances
    • The Ashla
      • The spirit of the galaxy, what the Lasat call the Force in Season 2 episode Legends of the Last.
    • Clouzon-36
      • Fuel - and food for Purgills in Season 2 episode The Call.
    • Kyber Crystal
      • Crystals used to make lightsabers.
    • Meiloorun
      • Fruit (Season 1 episode Fighter Flight) Hera mentions. (Season 3 episode Hera's Heroes)
    • Purgill
      • Large space whale/squid looking creatures in Season 2 episode The Call.
    • Rhydonium
      • Powerful explosive (Season 1 episode Out of darkness)
  • Technology Companies
    • Sienar Fleet Systems
      • Developer of the Imperial XX-23 S-Thread Tracker, which tracks ships through hyperspace (Season 1 episode Gathering Forces)
  • Vehicle Manufacturing Companies
    • Reklam Station
      • Vehicle construction station destroying a fleet of Y-Wing Starfighters in Season 3.
  • Vehicle Models
    • Ore Crawler
      • Vehicle used by the Mining Guild on Lothal (Season 4 episode Crawler Commanders)
  • Vehicle Models - Assault
    • AT-AT
      • Seen in various episodes.
    • AT-DP
      • Imperial walker, from various episodes.
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • A-Wing
      • Primary star fighters of Phoenix Squadron.
    • B-Wing
      • Also known as The Blade-wing. Prototype heavy assault star fighter and blockade buster introduced in Season 2 episode Wings of the Master.
    • Blockade Runner
      • Rebel vehicles (Season 1 episode Fire Across the Galaxy, Season 2 episode Stealth Strike)
    • Corellian VCX-100
      • The Ghost is a Corellian VCX-100, a light freighter.
    • Hammerhead Corvette
      • Rebel cruiser (Season 2). Based on the Knights of the Old Republic video game.
    • Interdictor-class Star Destroyer
      • Imperial cruisers with the ability to create gravity wells capable of pulling starships out of hyperspace. Present during the Battle of Atollon. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Sheathipede Class Shuttle
      • Seen in Season 3.
    • Star Destroyer
      • Imperial battle ship.
    • TIE Bomber
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter seen in Season 2 episode Homecoming.
    • TIE Defender
      • Prototype starfighters possessing hyperdrive and shield generators. Sent after the Ghost in the Archeon Pass nebula. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)(Season 4 episode Flight of the Defender) Starfighters protecting the Empire's new communications relay in the Jalindi System. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion, Part 1) Rebels attack the TIE Defender plant on Lothal. (Season 4 episode The Occupation)
    • TIE Fighter
      • Lightweight Imperial starfighter.
    • U-Wing
      • Rebel starfighter flown by Saw Gerrera's rebel squadron. (Season 4 episode In the Name of the Rebellion, Part 1)
    • YT-2400 Freighter
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Broken Horn
      • Vizago's ship that Hondo steals (Season 2 episode Brothers of the Broken Horn). Vizago smuggles the rebels back to Lothal for the attack on the TIE Defender plant. (Season 4 The Occupation).
    • Gauntlet
      • Fighter owned by Mandalorian soldier Pre Vizsla. (Season 3 episode Twin Suns)
    • Ghost
      • Kanan's freighter starship.
    • Imperial Transport 651
      • Mentioned in Spark of Rebellion.
    • Iron Squadron
      • Ship from Season 3.
    • Lagos
      • Imperial shuttle. (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Liberator
      • The name of one of the ships in the Phoenix Squadron fleet, seen in Season 2 episode Legacy.
    • Merchant One
      • Ship (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
    • Nightbrother
      • Gauntlet fighter once owned by Maul, from various episodes. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • Phantom
      • The Ghost's shuttle.
    • Phantom II
      • The Ghost's new shuttle in Season 3.
    • Sato's Hammer
      • The Ghost docks with the YT-2400 freighter Sato's Hammer above Mykapo. (Season 3 episode Iron Squadron)
    • Shadow Caster
      • Ketsu Onyo's ship in Season 2 episode Blood Sisters.
    • Sovereign
      • Governor Tarkin's star destroyer (Season 1 episode Rebel Resolve)
    • Star-Commuter Shuttle ST-45
      • A commuter shuttle bound for Garel (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Tontine
      • Freighter authorized for travel between Boz Pity and Lothal (Season 1 episode Idiot's Array)
  • Weapons
    • Arc Pulse Generator
      • Weapon originally created by Sabine that has the ability to destroy the famously tough Mandalorian Beskar armor. Nicknamed "The Duchess" after Sabine's mother's sister. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
    • Mandalorian Vambraces
      • Grappling line, paralyzing darts, repulsor - all designed to combat the abilities of the Jedi (Season 3 episode Trials of the Darksaber)
    • Ray Shield
      • Entrapment weapon (Season 3 episode The Last Battle)
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • Proton Bomb
      • Mentioned in Season 2 episode Homecoming.
    • Proton Bombs
      • Weapons that the rebels steal from an Imperial ship on the planet Wynkahthu. (Season 3 episode The Wynkahthu Job)
    • Proton Torpedo
      • Weapon Sabine mentions wanting more of for a mission. (Season 3 episode Visions and Voices)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • Bo-Rifle
      • Weapons used by the Honor guard of Lasan (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Ion Cannon
      • Rebel weapon used to disable shields of an Imperial cruiser. (Season 3 episode Secret Cargo)
    • T-7 Ion Disruptors
      • Weapons used by The Empire when they cleared Zeb's home world. Banned by the Senate. (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
  • Words, Phrases, Slang
    • Karabast!
      • Lasat exclamation heard in various episodes.
    • Sleemo
      • Insult. Hera Syndulla: "Hey you, Imperial sleemo! Keep your hands off my droid!" (Season 3 episode Double Agent Droid)
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