StarWars : The paradise snare Easter Egg - Han Solo's Aliases

In the second chapter of the paradise snare Han is talking about his personas, one of which is Jenos Idanian, now if you move around the letters it becomes Jones Indiana, or Indiana Jones if you reverse the words. In case you didn't know, Indiana Jones is a character that Harrison Ford played. Harrison also played Han Solo in The Star Wars trilogy.

Another intersting tidbit of information, is his cousins last name, Suul, which was George Lucas' original last name for Han Solo, but was debunked due to it sounding too much like Sulu from Star Trek.

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Contributed By: Coconut Boy on 02-12-2000
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In the book I, Jedi, Corran Horn also uses the alias Jenos Idianan or however it is spelled. Check it out!
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bolert writes:
In the "Courtship of Princess Leia", we learn the origin of the name Suul. Han's great-grandfather was Korol Solo, a man who pretended to be the king of Corellia. His oldest son changed his last name to Suul to protect his identity during the Clone Wars. The first son of Korol was now Dalla Suul. His oldest son was named Jonash Suul, and his oldest son was Han Suul - but then George Lucas wrote A New Hope, and decided to change his name back to Solo. Korol Solo was hanged for being a pretender, and Dalla Suul became a kidnapper, pirate and a murderer (Dalla the Black), one of the most notorious kingpins in organized crime, according to Threkin Horm. He should know, being the son of Dalla's illegitimate daughter.
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Dan Slep writes:
I do not believe Thracken Sal-Solo was in fact Han's cousin, but a man who Han came across in his previous life as a thief for Garris Shrike, he meets Thracken later on in the book, and pretends to not have had anything to do with him. However the Jenos Idanian egg was a brilliant find, i spotted it myself but hey good call!
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Jd1135 writes:
I am not completely sure of the background of the Sal-Solo line, but in the Correlian Trilogy, Han's cousin Thracken Sal-Solo surfaces, and references are made to their childhood spent together. I haven't read the books in a while, so more information may be delved from them...
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abel writes:
It was actually Han himself who changed his name back to Solo from Suul, but good job finding that out
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Jizz writes:
As stated in The Paradise Snare, another branch of the family is called Sal-Solo. Anyone know the origins of that? Oh BTW, i think Dalla the Black was a woman...
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Jim Brandon writes:
Hummm... Sounds like Dalla the Black could also be a reference to the 40's murder victim in LA named the Black Dallia...
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