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Topic: Killiks


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  Killik - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is claimed that the Killiks were responsible for the construction of Centerpoint Station and the Maw.
Killik Twilight is an ancient piece of art that had been used to hide data on the Rebel Alliance.
The Killiks are introduced in The Dark Nest Trilogy by Troy Denning, part of the Star Wars expanded universe which center around the border conflict with the Chiss.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Killiks   (487 words)

  
 The Unseen Queen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Killiks had built fifteen hive ships, with which they were going to leave Utegetu and attack both the Chiss and the Galactic Alliance.
The Fifth Fleet, under the command of the Bothan Admiral Nek Bwau'tu, had blockaded the Choke because of an attempted Jedi mediation mission to the Utegetu Nebula.
Unbeknowest to them, the busts each contained a number of tiny Gorog assassin bugs, which were released at about the same time as the Killik hive ships made their move on the blockade.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_the_Murgo_Choke   (696 words)

  
 Killik - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
The Killiks were social insects and came in several different types—membrosia givers, warriors, attendants, and the deadly assassin bugs.
One aspect of the Killik which other species sometimes found frightening was that extended contact with them resulted in an individual becoming a "Joiner"—someone who was influenced and was subject to the control of the Killik Will by pheromones that actually "change the make up of the brain".
As a result, the Killiks believed the Jedi had purposefully sent them to the planet to fall victim to the Fizz, but this was not true, merely a lie of the Dark Nest.
starwars.wikia.com /wiki/Killiks   (1076 words)

  
 UnuThul - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
Due to his Force-sensitivity, the Yoggoy nest (which he was part of) took on the former Raynar's personality, and he became their Prime Unu (leader).
Raynar had moved the Killiks close to borders of the Chiss Ascendancy, which angered the Chiss.
UnuThul was furious and imprisoned Han and Luke under the influence of the Dark Nest.
starwars.wikia.com /wiki/UnuThul   (534 words)

  
 Redack-Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
These Killiks come a red colours and will often be seen in the heart of any battle they enter.
Unu Killiks- Killiks are insect creatures that vary in size and strength.
The Warriors are the size of an average 30 year old Human, workers are the size of a Human head and healers are the size of a thumb...
www28.websamba.com /waylandempiresite/army.htm   (444 words)

  
 Jedi Council Forums - Confusing Chronology: Alderaan, Alsakan, Kuat, Killiks, The Republic
One interesting theory is that the Killik's hive mind accounts for their fairly ludicrous claim.
At some point in the past hundred thousand years, the Killiks probably have absorbed members of the species (possibly the Celestials) which built things such as the Maw and Centerpoint.
If the lifespan of a killik has changed over several millenia (it happened for humans in mere centuries) the dates assumed by the characters in TJK may not be accurate in that regard as well.
boards.theforce.net /message.asp?topic=21552877   (1166 words)

  
 Star Wars: Blogs | The History of the Jedi Knights | The Joiner King, History comes Full Circle
The Killiks, were the subject of the Moss painting that Han and Leia, risk their life to get, because Leia had thought it was a part of Alderaan History.
I say that the Jedi and the Killiks are Joined in history, as well as mentally as in the book.
I do believe that the Force and the Killiks are connected as well as connected to the galaxy as a whole.
blogs.starwars.com /Jedipastpresent/4/comments   (956 words)

  
 Star Wars: Blogs | The Jedi Praxeum of Ossus | The Joiner King *SPOILERS*
He is calling Jedi together to add their powers to the Killik hives, but there is an evil greater than that at work.
Though some might complain that their ability to assimilate other beings is reminiscent of the Borg, it veers in an unexpected direction by focusing on how an individual effects the collective.
The Killiks, in the end, kicked Jaina and Zekk out of their collective.
blogs.starwars.com /1234567890/48/comments   (356 words)

  
 Star Wars: Message Boards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This thread is dedicated to the newest villians in the EU: the Killiks, or as I nickname them "Giant Termite People".
As for the Killiks making Centerpoint, I believed it until they got all screwy with their reasoning and then claimed to have made the Maw too.
I don't have much problem with alien insect species, and I like how the Killiks (curse you, Kevin J. Anderson, and your little Klikiss, too!) are portrayed.
forums.starwars.com /thread.jspa?threadID=232205   (635 words)

  
 The Joiner King: Summary and Review - www.ezboard.com
The Killiks are not even in Chiss space, and yet the Chiss attack, which goes against the number one rule the Chiss follow: never attack anyone first.
Apparently, it was the Killiks who caused the number of ruling families to go from nine to four; the Killiks absorbed the other families into the Hive.
The hive can't understand why the Chiss are attacking, and why the outsiders keep saying they got attacked by Killiks, and that is sort of her train of thought.
p105.ezboard.com /funjoefrm81.showMessage?topicID=41.topic   (4669 words)

  
 TheForce.Net - Books - Reviews - Dark Nest III — The Swarm War
The Chiss-Killik border war is threatening to engulf the entire galaxy and raising the awful specter of Killiks sweeping across space to absorb all living creatures into a single hive mind.
Then all-out war errupt between two alien empires, the Killiks and the Chiss, and the Star Warriors are thrust headlong into the front line to defend peace and justice.
I do like the idea that the Killiks are under the impression that they've done all this stuff via the minds they've absorbed, but sooner or later, especially since the introduction of the Rakata, they're gonna have to give us some details on these people.
estore.theforce.net /books/reviews/r_dn3-swarmwar.asp   (1840 words)

  
 Smuggler's Rest.NET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Chiss and the Killiks are at war and the Jedi Order is so fractured it seems powerless to help the Galactic Alliance resolve the conflict.
The Killiks assault the Chiss in seemingly endless numbers, and capture their wounded enemies using them as living incubators for their young.
If Raynar is removed from The Hive, the Killiks should revert to their previous state.
www.smugglersrest.net /reviews/swarmwarthe   (1519 words)

  
 Smuggler's Rest.NET   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The immediate threat of war between the Chiss and the Killiks appears to have subsided, but the way in which the problem was resolved did not come without consequences.
Woteba has a defense mechanism called “The Fizz” that is rotting away the structures built by the Killik and slowly killing the Yoggoy (the conscious mind of the Killik collective, lead by UnuThul).
Luke and Han end up as prisoners of the Killiks, and when Leia and Master Sebatyne go back to rescue them, they are confined by the Galactic Alliance fleet which is blockading the Utegetu Nebula.
www.smugglersrest.net /reviews/unseenqueenthe   (1464 words)

  
 The Chiss in Star Wars [Archive] - Sean Hannity Discussion
Under the influence of the Dark Nest, the Killiks had attempted to absorb all species into a single hive mind.
In 36 ABY, the Killiks hijacked the Victory-class Star Destroyer Admiral Ackbar and used it to launch an invasion of Chiss space thus starting the Swarm War.
The Chiss are governed by an oligarchy of four extended ruling families from House Palace, located in the capital city of Csaplar on Csilla.
www.hannity.com /forum/archive/index.php/t-37634.html   (1289 words)

  
 Star Wars for Colored Folks: Otro Book Review from the the BX Jedi
In the first installment of the Dark Nest saga, we are reintroduced to several characters from the original Star Wars trilogy and the ones we have grown to love from the NJO series.
In the meantime, the Killiks are shipping out dark ambrosia, an alcoholic type elixir that has many of the insect species throughout the galaxy addicted.
To make things worse, the Killiks are giving the galaxies pirates and smugglers safe haven in their new found galaxy.
darkjeedai.blogspot.com /2005/10/otro-book-review-from-the-bx-jedi.html   (850 words)

  
 The Unseen Queen (Star Wars: Dark Nest, Book 2)
An unknown enemy has been attacking the new nests–and the Killiks hold the Jedi responsible.
All these things combined with a exciting plot focusing on preventing the Killik blockade from boiling over into war makes for a great addition to the Star Wars story.
This book in my opinion is slightly better than The Joiner King as its pacing is improved with a more interesting beginning to the story, but my only negative point is that it eneded too quickly and i wished it could have been longer.
www.iyares.com /resources/books/details.aspx?id=034546303X   (775 words)

  
 Star Wars: Expanded Universe | Prologue to The Unseen Queen
Having survived the bizarre Killiks of the first book, The Joiner King, the Skywalkers, Solos and their allies attempt to continue rebuilding a galaxy torn apart by conflict.
As The Unseen Queen begins, Jaina Solo and Zekk are investigating a case of theft that proves that the menace of the Dark Nest may be far from over.
Thanks to their stay with the Killiks, their minds were so closely connected that they scarcely knew where one began and the other ended.
www.starwars.com /eu/lit/novel/f20050927   (1185 words)

  
 Hypersyllogistic Forums > Book Review: The Joiner King   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Denning masterfully crafts a fascinating yet creepy insect society in the form of the Killiks.
Speaking of "assimilated," the Killiks are similar to Star Trek's Borg, in that they have a collective consciousness, and they can incorporate beings from other societies into their groupthink.
Luke says Joiners have a "double presence" in their minds, that of the Killik hive and that of the being in question.
www.hypersyllogistic.com /forums/lofiversion/index.php/t66.html   (926 words)

  
 The Swarm War Discussion Thread (Swarm War spoilers) - www.ezboard.com
He is convinced that his involvment with the Killiks is harmful for the Killiks and is taken away with Luke.
That way, the Killiks will survive, but the Dark Nest (and the Killiks’ expansionist drive) will be eradicated.
New Killik nests - Iesei - A nest that Jaina and the YJK are defending from a Chiss assault when the novel opens.
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 Club Jade: The Unseen Queen cover
The cover of the second Dark Nest book, The Unseen Queen, has finally been released for real.
An unknown enemy has been attacking the new nests -- and the Killiks hold the Jedi responsible.
Traveling back to the Unknown Regions to unravel the mystery, the Skywalkers and Solos discover an evil far more familiar than they ever expected...
www.clubjade.net /archives/000718.html   (194 words)

  
 Programming in Tongues: Killik
this was the ancient language of the Killik
Regions, it was learned that the Killiks were
Vong invasion of the galaxy was brought to an
xenolang.blogspot.com /2006/01/killik.html   (971 words)

  
 Jedi Council Forums - Warriors of the Twilight-(Dark Nest AU) A/T, H/L, L/M, J/J, Killiks, OCs. *UPDATED* 7/27!
Topic: Warriors of the Twilight-(Dark Nest AU) A/T, H/L, L/M, J/J, Killiks, OCs.
I’m sort of flying without a net, as there’s only so much canon rumor/speculation/fact one can get their hands on.
I was going to make her a lieutenant, but figured I’d up her rank just to liven things up a bit.
boards.theforce.net /Beyond_the_Saga/b10477/20478383?1   (3007 words)

  
 » The Unseen Queen (Star Wars: Dark Nest, Book 2)
The Killiks have been relocated to the Utegeta Nebula however they are now causing trouble for the Galactic Federation of Free Alliances and Luke and Co go back to meet with Raynar Thul to see what is going on.
Leia also is shown progressing with her Jedi studies under the guidance of Jedi Master Saba Sebatyne, with lots of humour and action it's great aspect of the book.
The fun of discovering Killiks didn't see new surprises or information, as often happens with trilogy middles after fantastic starts.
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 Blogcritics.org: Book Review: The Unseen Queen by Troy Denning
Despite being given some new worlds to populate (a necessity resulting from the events of earlier books), the Killiks still haven't found that ever-elusive sense of peace.
To make matters worse, some evil enemy has been attacking the Killiks' new nests, and the Killiks think the Jedi are responsible.
And those innocent Killiks might not be so innocent after all.
blogcritics.org /archives/2005/12/08/155545.php   (818 words)

  
 Star Wars: Empire at War :: View topic - Swarm War Books
Adept in the Force, he is drawing old friends to his side, compelling them to join the colony and meld their Force-abilities with his, even if it leads to all-out war.....
The Chiss-Killik border war is threatening to engulf the entire galaxy -- raising the awful specter of the Killik sweeping across space to absorb all living creatures into a single hive mind.
The only hope for peace lies with the Jedi -- who must not only end the bloodshed between two fierce enemies but also combat the insidious evil spread by the elusive Dark Nest and its unseen queen.
swempireatwar.10.forumer.com /viewtopic.php?t=360   (2227 words)

  
 TheForce.Net - Books - Reviews - Dark Nest II — The Unseen Queen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This is the second book in the Dark Nest Trilogy.
What I do want to address, and had meant to cover in my Joiner King review, is Denning's aliens.
The Killiks' behavior is annoying at times, and frustrating at times, but they're a hive mind and all that, so it's believable enough that I can endure it.
www.theforce.net /books/reviews/r_dn2-unseenqueen.asp   (974 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Unseen Queen (Star Wars: Dark Nest, Book 2): Books: Troy Denning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Sent to investigate, the Skywalkers and Solos visit the Utegeta Nebula, the new home of the Killiks.
Confronting UnaThul with their concerns with Dark Nest, things go unexpectedly wrong when they find themselves accused of aiding in the mysterious attacks on Killiks nests.
Han and Luke stay behind to look into the source of the attacks and find more answers about Dark Nests, while Mara and Leia are sent back.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/034546303X?v=glance   (1645 words)

  
 PodcastPickle.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nest. Killik Region this was the term used to describe thoseareas
of the planet Alderaan that were oncehome to the Killik race.
Killik Twilight was one of the manyartworks which were off-planet when Alderaanwas
www.podcastpickle.com /casts?3153   (2661 words)

  
 Star Wars: Episode VII: A Shattered Hope :: Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A planet in the Unknown Regions and central world of the Killik Swarm.
Prior to this, only the Killiks knew of the location.
Ziost was a world made up entirely of an ancient dark forest.
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