Champions of The Force - Influences

Influences

The novel introduces FIDO (Foreign Intruder Defense Organism), a semi-organic droid defensive system set up to defend the Solo children. Kevin J. Anderson has said that the name was a reference to the FidoNet Star Wars Echo, an on-line message board that he took part in at the time.

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