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The Greek word korunê? You mean korynê, the word for club in more archaic Greek. Mace in Greek is kefalothrafstis (head-smasher). --Master Starkeiller 17:11, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Human or Near-Human? Edit

While JustinGann makes a good point when he points out that the Korun did have some biological distinctions other than Force-sensitivity (mostly to their respiratory system), Mace Windu is described as Human so often (in his Databank entry, frex) that these distinctions must still be small enough that they should be in Category:Human races, but not Category:Races and species. —Silly Dan (talk) 00:59, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

Appearances Edit

Would it be fitting to include all appearances of Mace Windu here? BambookidX 07:17, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

Skin Tone Edit

Are all Korunnai dark-skinned? Mace Windu is, and Kar Vashtor is, but that could be simply because they're from the same ghosh. Is it known whether Korunnai from other ghoshes have other skin colors? Wookiee Jedi 03:19, 5 August 2007 (UTC)

  • Nevermind. Chalk, a Korunnai, is pale-skinned. Wookiee Jedi 22:03, 5 August 2007 (UTC)
    • Specifically, she was described as "a big light-skinned Korun girl with reddish hair" in chapter 2 of Shatterpoint. I suppose it's possible they just meant light by the standards of the Korun while still being brown-skinned, but I don't think there's any evidence that the Korun were intended to be all "dark-skinned", so I removed that line from the article. Hypnosifl (talk) 20:04, July 21, 2016 (UTC)
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