Where is Yun classified as an Epicanthix? I think that, even though there are sources/appearances, a BTS section specifying the retconning of Yun into an Epicanthix would be useful. KEJ 10:08, 3 March 2006 (UTC)


Could somebody please explain in what areas they are different from humans, please? they seem to be exactly the same to me.Darth Ceratis 00:59, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure its just a way to name a human who looks asian in a Star Warsy fashion, since you can't say they are 'asian' as there is no Asia in Star Wars.

Dredwulf60 Oct 2007

So they're no different than Kiffar, Sacorrans, Serrecans, etc., albeit much more unfortunately named. 15:37, 29 June 2009 (UTC)Anonymous

Epicanthix in ROTJ?Edit

I remember seeing a pilot in ROTJ with similar features, would he be considered a member of this race/species/sub-species?Tocneppil 22:00, 4 December 2007 (UTC)


In the section where it discusses the Epicanthix lifespan, the "...even longer than Force-sensitive Humans" part needs to be removed. At 130 years, they do have a longer average lifespan than baseline Humans. But Force-sensitive Humans are said to be able to live up to 300 years, so that part of the passage is incorrect. Xavic Kae 13:48, May 13, 2010 (UTC)

  • Change made. Xavic Kae 20:39, May 14, 2010 (UTC)

Immun to Mindcontrol?

In the novel "Fatal Alliance" (Old Republic) was hinted that the Epicanthix are immun to mindcontrol? Can't find anything about it at other sources so.

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