This lore can be found by a Bounty Hunter on Hoth.
Deity of the Trandoshan species, the Scorekeeper watches over her brood, savoring their victories and shunning their failures. According to Trandoshan belief, no creature in existence is beyond her judgment, and the only means for a Trandoshan to improve his standing in her eyes is to dominate another living thing–to hold a creature’s life in his claws and show the Scorekeeper that he is more worthy of survival. The Scorekeeper’s measure of worthiness is called Jagannath, and upon a being’s death it is tallied by the Scorekeeper to determine his place in the afterlife. To be captured or dishonored on a hunt is to have one’s Jagannath stripped by the victor, leaving nothing for the victim to show the Scorekeeper in death and dooming his spirit to oblivion.