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Article milestones
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October 29, 2006 Good article nomination Success
February 2, 2007 Good article
December 28, 2007 Featured article nomination Failure
February 14, 2008 Failed Featured article nominee
April 26, 2009 Good article review Removed
May 17, 2009 Former Good article
Current status: Former Good article

First article[]

  • Sorry if this was sloppy, its my first article and I can not claim to be an expert on the subject. Geekmasterflash 23:55, 29 Nov 2005 (UTC)
    • No problem. Thanks for taking initiative and starting this up after I requested the article. I will agree, it is a bit sloppy, but as you've already noticed, I put it up on the Improvement Drive page, and now it looks like TiePilot is going to fix it up a bit as well.--Knightfall 23:59, 29 Nov 2005 (UTC)
    • Well, I've added some info and altered the page a bit. Unfortunately, I don't have a lot of time right now to do what I plan, so I'm gonna leave it the way it is. Later on tonight, I'll work on it some more.TIEPilot051999 00:22, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Spoiler Tag[]

"After his fateful battle with Obi Wan Kenobi on Mustafar, Anakin Skywalker was taken to the Emperor Palpatine Surgical Reconstruction Center, where a team of 2-1B, FX-6 and Model DD-13 "Galactic Chopper" droids rebuilt his body and fashioned the armor for him to wear, as his injuries had required him to be placed on constant life support."

That looks like an Epsiode 3 spoiler to me. Geekmasterflash 00:30, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

  • That's true, but considering the Episode 3 spoilers are being removed on December 1st, two days from now, I figured it really doesn't matter if we have it up there.--Knightfall 00:45, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)
    • It's the principal of the matter, I still know people who haven't seen it. Geekmasterflash 00:49, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)
  • Suit yourself ;). Nevertheless, the spoiler warnings for Episode III are still being removed in a few days. See Talk:Eta-2 Actis-class light interceptor, where I posed the same question, if you want proof.--Knightfall 01:20, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Main Picture?[]

  • It's a good main picture, TiePilot, but I think we should use something different than the main pic they have over at the Vader page. ;-)--Knightfall 01:20, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)
    • Well, I only used that one because it was the best one I could find on this Wiki. If you (or anyone else) can find a better one, I'm all for it.TIEPilot051999 02:44, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)


Darth Vader's armor now being the title of the article instead of Darth Vader's Armor I would like to point out basic english, namely that all words in a title are capitialized except for wordss such as the, of, etc.

I am just wondering if their was a reason for the rename? Geekmasterflash 12:53, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

  • It's a general practice of the wiki that article names appear as they would in a sentence, rather than as in a title. So, only proper nouns are capitalised. --Fade 13:09, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

I fixed a minor typo[]

Nust "and" spelled as "amd" at some point. nothing big. Don't even know why I had to mention it. Anyway, I just discovered the Star Wars wiki today. Its awesome. Cool. Bye. -Nick Warren

Armor pictures?[]

Could somebody please find good pictures of the sections of Darth Vader's helmet to put in here? And I don't mean to be picky but preferably a different picture than the one on the Star Wars.com databank. Oh, and on that note, could somebody also get a *full* picture of Vader's chestplate instead of the cut off one from the Databank that we have in here? Feel free to upload any other pictures of the armor that you may feel are relevant.--Knightfall 23:49, 30 Nov 2005 (UTC)

  • I know this is an old comment but I feel the need to respond. These types of request are by and large the work of lazy people. Everyone has access to Google image as well as vast array of star wars sites on the internet. If you think a change is needed or a pictures should be added please try and find it yourself. If you do and can't find anything requests like this are a bit more understandable.--DannyBoy7783 01:36, 16 April 2006 (UTC)


There's something I've been wondering. How does the suit assist Vader's lungs? Does it do the actual gas exchange for him? Does it super-oxygenate the air so his damaged lungs can use it? Does it pump air in and out of his lungs for him?

My theory is the first one. I think the interior of his lungs were damaged by the fire, and could not let oxygen in and carbon dioxide out. Therefore the suit acts like a lung, taking air in through the mask, then his blood runs to a machine where it gets oxygen from the air. Anybody else have an idea? /Commander Mike 03:18, 1 May 2006 (UTC)

  • I was under the impression it was the last two rather than the first, this because he was supposedly able to take the mask all the way off in his specially-built meditation chamber, where the atmosphere was superoxygenated and pressurized. Teris Shae 05:17, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

Armour Functions[]

I have been wondering (and most of us probably have been wondering) how does Vader go to the bathroom? does he have a built-in toilet? dont even know i asked this... - STARWARS Freak

  • If you watched Ep III you'd see that i got burnt off in the final duel lol. Jasca Ducato 20:05, 23 May 2006 (UTC)
  • The book Dark Lord explains this, and I'm pretty sure there's some kind of mechanical arrangement. (Man...why is it the first thing people think of--and this includes in real life with astronaut suits--is the bathroom???) Teris Shae 05:25, 11 April 2007 (UTC)
  • Just like to put this out there and this is my first time putting something in a discussion so forgive me if i do it wrong ! :) But I think we need to have an article telling of some advantages Vader had with the suit, like increased strength etc... I know there are various points in this article that tell so, but i think we need a direct paragraph or whatever telling so. Revans Posse 20:54, 17 April 2008 Central Time.

Cade and Vader's trousers[]

Before anyone reverts it. I removed the sentence because Vader's armor, being metal wouldn't have burnt away in the fire, so it is possible for Cade to have them. Jasca Ducato 20:08, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

  • What's up with this? Ton's of characters have similar pants, Luke, Nihilus, Cade, etc...--Sauron18 17:55 23 June 2006 (CDT)

They weren't completely metal.--Darth OblivionComlink20px 02:40, 7 September 2006 (UTC)

  • Well, if the armor was metal, the trousers weren't, and the trousers are what Cade 'appears' to be wearing. More than likely, he's wearing knock-offs of the Imperial Knight uniform.Tocneppil 23:36, 5 January 2007 (UTC)

Hebrew writing on the chestplate[]

I remembered reading this page on the Technical Commentaries where different posts brought different opinions on what was written on Vader's chestplate in ESB and ROTJ. If the most coherent version is correct (the one at the bottom), then it might be an interesting detail, if added consciously by the film crew.

"His deeds will not be forgiven until he merits" does have a nice ring to it. 8) VT-16 22:39, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

I just editted it to confirmitively state the translation is accurate. This was also recently confirmed in the book Star Wars Blueprints: The Ultimate Collection, by DK publishing, and there was more hebrew lettering on the page. -There is shin-yod on the "Helmet" section -There is an ayin on the "Sensory Enhancers" section -There is tzadee-mem-aleph/cursive mem-lamed?-dalet/resh on the "Meditation Chamber" section -There is a hay-yod on the "Live Blood Analysis" section I know Hebrew and I'm Jewish, so feel free to ask questions pertaining to Hebrew or Judiasm. --Darth shohet 19:53, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

"Vader's Discomfort"[]

I made some changes to the section on Vader's discomfort- though obviously drawing from Dark Lord, it gives the false impression that Vader's armor's flaws were permanent, whereas we know from the novel that he made numerous adjustments and improvements to the armor to rectify its flaws (Palpatine talks to him while he's doing so at one point). After all, by the end of the novel, he has no problem fighting in his armor whatsoever- a far cry from his initial performance earlier in the novel. Vymer 10:42, 23 August 2006 (UTC)

This is a totally different discution that I'm starting, it just happens to be about the same paragraph. Could someone possibly come up with a better name for the paragraph. I know I made it (and thusly named it), but could someone come up with a better name than Vader's Discomfort. Maybe something like Vader's Inhibitions. user:Darth Vatrir

Different discussion on the section now (aptly) named "Vader's Torment." I don't know if there are any Wookieepedians out there who use the real thing, but the description of the implants that restored Vader's hearing sound a LOT like 20th/21st-century cochlear implants. I do not use a CI myself, but have spoken with people who do, and based on their descriptions, it sounds as though the technology Palpatine used is on almost the same level as what is being used in modern-day, and maybe not even quite that good. I have GOT to think far superior technology was available at that time. Just look at what we see of the artificial limb given to Luke--that's an INCREDIBLY sophisticated piece of hardware, and you'd think cochlear implants would've been improved to that same level of near realism. While I am not sure Mr. Lucerno was aware of this when he wrote Dark Lord, could this serve as evidence that Palpatine intentionally screwed Vader over? Teris Shae 05:21, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

Main picture[]

  • Jasca, the main pic doesn't change the page that much, and a overall pic is needed. What gives? Cutch 21:02, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

Could he run in that thing?[]

Does Vader ever run in any EU source? He can't run in Battlefront II, that's for sure. .... 09:21, 30 October 2006 (UTC)

  • With a breathing regulator providing a set rate of air at regular intervals it'd be pretty hard.Tocneppil 22:52, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
    • He runs in Dark Lord, as far as I can remember. He starts jogging and then breaks out into a run after Roan on Alderaan, then finally - when he realises he can't catch up - he throws his saber. ( 21:17, 21 January 2007 (UTC))
    • I'm pretty sure the respirator adjusts for the demands of his heart--in fact, in Dark Lord, he has a full-blown panic attack and the respirator does speed up despite the fact that it could put his health at risk. (Given his physical frailty underneath the armor, you can probably imagine what would happen if he hyperventilated!) In real life, a panic attack does make both the heart and lungs speed way up, which makes the attack feed itself, and the respirator responded to that. Teris Shae 05:29, 11 April 2007 (UTC)
    • Vader can run in The Force Unleashed, DS version. Then again, he can also blast Force lightning in the game, too...

Enhanced Vision?[]

The Discomfort part of the article mentions an enchanced vision mode, but nowhere else in the article is this mentioned. Whats up?DarthMRN 15:01, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

Why armor?[]

In the novel darksaber, bevel lemisk (sorry if i missspeled anything) was killed manny times by palpatine, only to be resurected as a clone with his memories and consusness. So why coudent palpatine clone him,or find a force sensitive host (a.k.a. captured Jedi) and put his soul in there?

George Lucas has stated that Anakin is twice was powerful as Palpatine before he was crippled in his fight with Obi-Wan. But with the suit he is roughly 80% of Palpatine's power, I'd imagine this was a big incentive for Palpatine to put Vader in armor. Also he may not have had the amulet to do that yet at that point. Dargos 05:38, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

Cool, and thanks for clearing that up. (5:06 4/12/07)

  • And, of course, Vader's spiffy black outfit doubled as an iron-lung of sorts. One cannot crush Jedi necks when not breathing after all. Krhlv

WAIT!!!! If anikin was twice as powerfull as palpatine, and obi-wan was stronger than anikin, why the heck didn't yoda win against the emporor, or beter yet he could have sent obi-wan to do it and he would have won, also why did yoda say obi-wan was not powerfull enough.

  • I'm not sure Obi-Wan's victory was an issue of power so much as it was one of character and patience. Anakin was undoubtedly the stronger one, but Obi-Wan toyed with him for a long time, tried his patience to the limit, and waited until Anakin made a rash move and then seized the moment to take him out. As for Yoda, I don't think it was ever established what his relative power was to Palpatine. As for why Obi-Wan might not have been able to beat Palpatine--this is just personal theory, but Palpy's anger is harder to exploit. He, unlike Anakin, is much more comfortable with biding his time...odds are he could beat Obi-Wan at his own game. Teris Shae 23:03, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

Umm, I think Obi was fighing for his lif on mustafr, he was just skilled enough to last untll anakin lost contol. I anakin had controlled hisanger, and not become overtaken by it, he would have easily beat Obi-wan.-- 06:00, 12 January 2008 (UTC)

  • It has mostly to do with two factors in both fights. In the fight between Obi-wan and Anakin It comes down to Obi-wan's Lightsaber Form as opposed to Anakin's.

Obi-wan Uses Form III Soresu, and is stated in many sources to be the undisputed master of it at the time. Soresu is a defensive technique, as Terris Shae said, Simply lets the Practitioner sit back and fight defensively while the opponent tires themselves out, or makes a mistake out of frustration in which the Soresu wielder takes advantage. Anakin always had patience issues, and his Djem So form which focused on Overpowering and overwhelming an opponent with sheer brute force was useless in a fight that kept moving as much as the duel on mustafar did. As For The Duel With Yoda, And Palpatine. Yoda was already tired from fighting his way into the Jedi temple, even after the massive blow of feeling the deaths of thousands of Jedi across the Galaxy so suddenly. Not to mention he's extremely venerable and thus, physically feeble. The Biggest Factor, is that Yoda simply was fighting The Dark Lord of the Sith, in a moment in time where the entire galaxy had just been plunged into Darkness, the reverberations of the Death of so many Jedi caused by Palpatine, and the lack of need to disguise his appearance, made the level of raw power he had access to during the fight phenominal. It only gets worse for yoda when you consider his state of mind entering the Fight. Yoda had been blindsided, betrayed, his closest friends, all but one of his students dead or missing. Quite Simply, Yoda was Out For Revenge, for Blood. And a Jedi Master angry is a Jedi Master who cannot fight a Sith of the Calibur of Palpatine, who could very well be able to feed on the Passion and Anger of Others(utter speculation of course, but the way he seems to be getting off or a rush from feeling the anger or hate from another it's possible that Palpatine could be able to do such a thing) It's amazing that Yoda was able to mostly hold his own, though he was ultimately forced to retreat. Even if the Dark Lord could've been defeated there by Yoda, the sheer effort it would've taken would've drained so much on him, that When the Clone Troopers arrived, Yoda would have been a Sitting duck. The Novelization Also states that Yoda fled because he realized something important, and that he absolutely had to ensure it was passed onto the Next Generation of Jedi.

Besides, about the armor. Palpatine knew full well that Darth Vader would eventually try to overthrow him, and if he had been never wounded, that'd be all well and good when the time came. But since Darth Vader dropped the ball not a day after he got the job as Sith Apprentice, Why would Palpatine waste the effort in cloning him, instead of himself? 13:13, March 13, 2010 (UTC)Niv Dralshy'a March 13th,2010

I'm not sure why I'm taking the time to post since a true Star Wars fan wouldn't need to be told, but the poster at was doing fine until he began to speculate on Yoda vs. Palpatine. What follows that is an incredible bunch of crap. There is so much wrong with his post that it's easier to instead point out what is right but it should be noted that, aside from writing at a 7th grade level, this person does all that is needed to discredit himself when he states that, "Yoda was Out For Revenge, for Blood." Absolutely ridiculous.

Chestbox styles[]

Just a minor note about the chestboxes. You have it that the boxes for Episodes 5 and 6 are the same. They are not. There are minor differences. In ESB there is a silver switch the top above the upper panel light, but in RotJ that switch is missing. Also, the middle silver switch of the three between the rocker switches is missing in RotJ. Otherwise, they are the same. Also, there is some debate about what the writing says on the boxes... if it says anything at all.

Vader vs. Grievous[]

Has any official statement been made regarding why Vader's prosthetics were so much less agile and dextrous than Grievous'? I know speculation goes that Palp had it done as punishment, but that seems strange. Vader is a grown man, and very rich and powerful, after all, and according to the article, he had time to improve upon the armour over the course of his life. If the tech existed, why would he not simply have the faulty parts replaced and regain his old speed? DarthMRN 09:39, 13 July 2007 (UTC)

Just a gues, but grivios was all prosthetics, he had only organs, no legs arms or chest , so unless vader wanted to become a organ sack, he wouldent do that, also grevios didn't need the heavy and intensive life suport that vader did.

  • Unlikely, considering one of the Grievous article pics showing him having a good deal of his torso intact before being cyborgized. DarthMRN 02:38, 1 September 2007 (UTC)

Well, Grievous is defintitely more a machine than Vader. Unlike Vader, Grievous couldn't sleep or eat, that's quite a hint already. So I agree to this statement ^^: " unless vader wanted to become a organ sack, he wouldent do that"

Becoming an organ sack would have been slightly difficult for Vader. His internal organs were badly burned. ZeldaTheSwordsman 06:12, 26 November 2008 (UTC)

Sith war droid basis?[]

Am I just making this up, or wasn't this armor supposed to be based on Krath droids or something like that? Kuralyov 05:26, 14 October 2007 (UTC)


How would he eat? And if he needed to throw up, how would he do that either? Because i think that when he took off his mask in ROTJ, it sped up his death. So the longer it's gone, the less he has to live. Would he just use like, IV stuff or whatever? Chiaman2800 04:12, 1 December 2007 (UTC)

Vader's armor as fashion statement?[]

There was a mention of the look (in silohuette at least) being a fashionable style around the time of Mara's marriage to Luke in Union. I remember Leia making a crack to the designer along the lines of the bride not wanting to look like the groom's father.Tocneppil 01:34, 29 December 2007 (UTC)

Where did the suit come from?[]

Where exactly did Vader's suit originate? I mean, given the level of customization and specialization that went into the design, Palpatine couldn't have just come up with it on the spot. Keep in mind that Palpatine couldn't have commisioned the suit in advance given the fact that he was surprised that Anakin was defeated on Mustafar. Flag-Waving American Patriot 01:46, 16 February 2008 (UTC)

i don't want to wear this amor in reality

Well, late in the older Clone Wars cartoon Anakin is often depicted as wearing a very similar, if not identical breastplate. It was probably intended to be the same. And artificial organs were extant at the time. It should be noted that the prostheses attached to the stumps on his legs and left arm are slightly mismatched to his right arm, suggesting a standard design as opposed to a custom job like his ORIGINAL prosthetic right arm. ZeldaTheSwordsman 06:18, 26 November 2008 (UTC)

Couldn't Build a New Suit[]

It says somewhere that Vader COULD (around 0BBY) have built a new suit of armor which would be of far better quality than his current one - but that it would include having to remove his current armour, a process which could be fatal. But another place in the article, it says that he had Meditation Rooms where he could exist for a while without his armor on... So why not just build a new suit of armor, then take of your old one inside a meditation room, and afterwards put on the new one, all the while without leaving the room. If the new suit of armor is already ready (and it would be redundant otherwise), it would be just as fast as putting on the old one - I mean putting on a new shirt isn't slower than putting on the one you've just taken off, right... so if you just made sure the armor worked BEFORE you took the old one off, what's the catch? I mean, I'm curious, may just be an insignificant plothole, but... well,yeah ... curious :) Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Hey, I can answer that question. To have his suit replaced, he would have had to replace all his prosthetics and internal life support systems. The suit worked as a whole, so it wasn't as simple as changing T-shirts =p. The surgery (which would have been fatal) would have had to take place in one of Vader's life support chambers, so you were on the right track there. Not only that, but Palpatine wanted to further constrict Vader. Some of the designs in his suit were meant to be bulky, painful, and just technologically obsolete. There are several times where Anakin dwells on the fact that he is slower, less aware of his surroundings, and further disconnected from the force. Had it not been for the suit, it is estimated that Vader would have been at least twice as powerful as Palpatine. With his suit he was roughly 8/10 as powerful as Palpatine... it's not easy being the chosen one. Good question!


New pictures from TFU[]

Would these picture be of any use? They're from TFU. MuanN 12:46, 30 August 2008 (UTC) File:Vaderwounded.jpg File:Vader armer 2.jpg

  • Maybe we could include a section that details the armors durability, like even though Force Lightning just totals the suit, it has taken a lot of punishment through other means and kept functioning.Jensaarai 05:51, 24 April 2009 (UTC)

Possible Missing Facts[]

I am wondering why some information seams to be missing? The essential guide to characters states that Vader fell into the lava, second "Over time, Vader custom designed a new mask unit that was terrifying and imposing in person" leading to the fact that the current one does not resemble the original. 05:14, 30 December 2008 (UTC)MVPrimus

Appearances section[]

The appearances section is divided into separate sections for novels, comics and various other forms of media. I believe this should be changed so that it is just one section, as this is unnecessary and I think that one cohesive timeline would look better. Also there are A LOT of appearances and sources missing. As it is at the moment, I think the appearances section is generally letting the article down --Jinzler 21:52, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

  • I agree. Feel free to go ahead and format the Appearances list more traditionally. Toprawa and Ralltiir 21:55, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

Increased size[]

How come that Anakin is 185cm as a adult, but 202cm in the suit? The helmet may add some cm, but the rest? Did they give him to long prostetic legs or something? When walking and moving in the suit, his anatomy looks correct, not to long legs or anything. Any official explanations for his height? Other than the obvious; that the actors didn't have the same height? I think would be a good addition the the article. --Draii 11:19, January 8, 2010 (UTC)

  • The helmet added quite a bit, but his boots also had somewhat high heels. This is already mentioned in the article. -NistraTalk 19:26, January 8, 2010 (UTC)
    • Thanks for reply. Where in the article is it? Don't seem to find it. Myself I'm about 186-187cm tall. So should I wear a Vader suit with helmet and boots I would stand 202cm tall in it? Seems like a lot just for helm and boots, but I haven't tried, so it might be correct. =) Happy to read about it though, so please direct me to the right place =) Unsigned comment by Draii (talk • contribs).
      • It says in the 6th paragraph of "Discomfort and limitations": "Raised in the heel[...]". I haven't found any sources for whether the legs were made slightly longer too, but it might be a possibility. By the way, please remember to sign all your talk messages. -NistraTalk 14:01, January 9, 2010 (UTC)


The article mentions that there was a black chain around the neck, but it doesn't mention its function, and says that the cloak was connected merely to the upper seam of the armour. Is there any source for this? To me it looks like the chain was a simple cloak chain that connected the cloak. -NistraTalk 15:26, January 24, 2010 (UTC)

Helmet Removed[]

In The Force Unleashed, Starkiller slams his lightsaber against Vader's helmet, causing the helmet to fly off, revealing Vader's face unexposed. Is there an explanation for how his breathing mechanism stilled worked? The damage looked about as bad as when Luke removed the helmet, which caused Anakin to die. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

I'm not 100% sure, but I think Vader's respirator was still attatched to his face- just the top half of the helmet got completely blown away. I'm not fully sure though. Grand Moff Elvin93.107.13.235 12:23, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

  • I'm pretty sure the suit was more damaged at the time of his death, since it had endured the very powerfull Force lightning of Emperor Palpatine. As Vader says in the movie when Luke expresses his concern about removing the mask (since it might kill him): it didn't make any difference, the suit was failing most other functions anyway. Peralta 18:26, November 17, 2010 (UTC)


Let me know if there's something I'm missing here, but in the infobox the weight of the suit is identified as 120KG/300 pounds.......those two values are not equal. 120 KG is about 264 pounds. 11:54, November 29, 2010 (UTC)

  • 120 kilograms is probably the canonical weight, and then someone converted the kilograms into pounds…but since I'm not sure if 300 pounds is indeed a canonical number, I have added a {{Fact}} tag after the item in the infobox. 1358 (Talk) 13:54, November 29, 2010 (UTC)

Clone Wars[]

I've noticed that Anakin's chest-and-shoulder armor in The Clone Wars TV show looks very similar to Vader's. Anyone know anything about this? -- 23:12, March 16, 2011 (UTC)

Breather vs. Force lightning[]

"Lord Vader's breather was seriously damaged by Force lightning during his struggle with the Emperor. Although it continued to operate to some extent, the sound of the mechanism was reduced to a strained rasp, implying that the respirator was broken."

The strained rasp started immediately after Luke sliced Vader's hand off. So it couldn't have been the force lightning's fault for that. Tokeupdude 20:00, May 11, 2011 (UTC)

Excessive Direct Quotes[]

Am I the only one who noticed that the description of the suit's discomforts is IDENTICAL to the description in Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader? I can understand if you use a quote, but... Really? To have an entire page-and-a-half pulled directly from a book? I think we are capable of writing down information in our OWN words. User: Dr. Anonymous1 01:38, July 28, 2012 (UTC)

I agree, the quote needs to be paraphrased. If that could be done, I think it would help. Matt Seay (talk) 01:40, July 28, 2012 (UTC)

  • Although you are most certainly right, this is a collaboratively built encyclopedia, so if you think the writing is inappropriate, you can be bold and change it yourself. ;-) --LelalMekha (talk) 14:17, July 28, 2012 (UTC)
  • I intend to. By the way, in that book, it also mentions that the panel on his chest "beeped constantly", something it most definitely did not do in anything else I've seen, played or read featuring the Dark Lord. Would this be an error, does it have a mute function, or did Vader modify the suit himself so it didn't do that? User: Dr. Anonymous1 16:17, July 28, 2012 (UTC)

Can someone fix the editor?[]

Hi. Can someone fix the editor on this page? I want to make edits to the page so that the stuff from A 3-D Reconstruction Log can finally be added in, but I can't do so when portions of the article seem cut off, including the references. Weedle McHairybug (talk) 19:42, November 30, 2012 (UTC)

Looks fine to me. If you're seeing problems, I would suggest reporting it at Forum:SH:General bug thread. Be sure to provide your skin, browser version, and operating system to help us narrow down the problem. —MJ— Council Chambers 19:46, November 30, 2012 (UTC)



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