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  • When the verfy template was added to this page, I tried to find a source to say that this was on Teth but was unable to. So if there are no sources found by seven days, instead of deleting this page would it be ok to change to a different name (eg Battle of Cliffed Planet) as this battle was shown in The Clone Wars trailer, therefore it is canonical? NighthawkLeader 09:43, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
    • Hmmmm very messy, I think people should wait till we have the actual source of this before creating these pages. I can pretty much guarantee Ben Skywalker has a son who is the father of Nat and Kol, but I'm not going to make his page till there is some undeniable evidence for it. Unsigned comment by Jedi-Sith (talk • contribs).
      • Turns out the official site had concept art of this battle (well, the citadel at the top of the mountain). Guess what it said. Perfect timing, LFL. VT-16 18:51, 18 June 2008 (UTC)


Why would this be in the TV series? Isn't it a movie thing? -- Ozzel 09:22, 9 July 2008 (UTC)

  • Yes, I'm fairly sure it is, couldn't find a source to say otherwise, so I removed it NighthawkLeader 09:28, 9 July 2008 (UTC)

Duel with Asajj Edit

I'm reading the novel and i can't find anything to do with the Jungle Rancor before the duel on the platform. Is this just in the movie? JediNTT307 20:24, 10 August 2008 (UTC)

However, isn't the scene with the droid starfighter and the destruction of the gunship in the novel? The page reads like it isn't, and I do not have the novel handy to check.


Is there any evidence for this happening in 22 BBY other than Traviss's statement? She's hardly a trustworthy source, has a notorious lack of respect for continuity, and there's plenty of on-screen evidence to the contrary. (Unles we're chucking Kamino and Jabbiim out the window, that is.) Well? I'll continue unless I get an answer...

  • I'm trying to sort out Anakin's starfighter timeline and I'm picking up an inconsistency too. His red Delta-7 was supposedly used in 21BBY, but it was obviously destroyed in this battle (22BBY), and no matter how skilled Anakin is, there is NO WAY he is able to resurrect the fighter after that blast.--Secretss 16:49, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Another contradiction! Anakin became a Jedi Knight in 20 BBY, so it's a complete and utter contradiction of the 22BBY date provided by Traviss.--Secretss 17:20, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
    • Errm, did you just noticed that? MauserComlink 17:22, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
      • Yeah actually. I'm quite new at Wookiepedia. (I might add I've never read a SW book other than the movie novelisations). And I've just read your comment on the TCW novel talk page about the conflicting timeline. I feel so much happier now that I can blame George Lucas for this! =P--Secretss 17:42, 22 April 2009 (UTC)

Droid casulaties Edit

In the novel Rex said that they "wiped out every tinnie on this rock" so the casulties are not moderate, they are total. Clone Commander Lee.

OOM Command Droid 3 Edit

I didn't see this droid destroyed at any point. I saw the first one was thrown off the Mesa by Anakin Skywalker. The second got it's head shot to pieces by Rex. I didn't see a third commander destroyed at any point. What is the source for this? And on it's article it says Obi-Wan shot it in his starfighter. I didn't see yellow markings on any of the droids Obi-Wan destroyed. Just normal B1 and B2. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).


For the CIS casualties, it can be all forces because for sure one droid is not confirmed to have been destroyed. Even in the film does not show all droid forces were destroyed so we can't say all but heavy. Darth Pythonis (talk) 17:15, January 12, 2013 (UTC)

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