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The MSE-6 model doesn't appear in RotS - the Mustafar droids are much smaller versions, though as of yet, they don't have a designation. The Swarm War also mentions mouse droids, but gives no model name. Perhaps mouse droid should be made into an umbrella page to list the various models? - Kwenn

  • Well that would make the most sense, especially if there was more than one series of mouse droid. -- Riffsyphon1024 16:03, 1 Jan 2006 (UTC)

MSE-6 discussionEdit


Just for curiousity's sake, what MSE-1T are we talking about, if not MSE-1T? I'd like to see what source identifies the MSE-1T in question, if it is not the Star Tours version. LSUAdman 21:58, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

  • Is the Star Tours MSE-1T a mouse droid? No. Fleet Admiral J. Nebulax (Imperial Holovision) Imperial Emblem 21:59, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
    • Okay. You've got the burden of proof. Prove to me that it isn't. Or, as per my question, state a source. The droid is MSE sized, looks like a rodent and is low enough on the series to be a very primitive model. Heck, it has the MSE id string. If it isn't, fine-- but state a source. Or remove the mention all together. LSUAdman 22:02, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
      • I'd like to see a source that it is a mouse droid—or, better yet, the source where this MSE-1T droid, if it is different, came from. Fleet Admiral J. Nebulax (Imperial Holovision) Imperial Emblem 22:05, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
      • Look, if we can't find a source for MSE-1T, then why is it here? Where, in writing does it say MSE-1T was the first MSE series? I'm looking at 4 separate hardcopy references, and the only one that mentions any other MSE droid is the NEGD. Those droids being MSE-4s, which were in ROTS. If MSE-1T isn't in the MSE series, then lets delete it. LSUAdman 22:10, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

Is there any source form

        • And you are suggesting what? We leave it a redlink until we find a canon source? We know the MSE-1T is a MSE-1T. It's evident in the nameing scheme. To my knowledge, outside the toy MSE-1T and the Star Tours fan site, there arn't any other references to this droid. I'd hate to just leave a red link there because you don't believe the two droidslines look a like.LSUAdman 22:19, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
          • Star Tours has a couple of droids that have names identical to other droids. That's why I'm waiting to see if there is a source for another MSE-1T. Fleet Admiral J. Nebulax (Imperial Holovision) Imperial Emblem 22:20, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
        • Thats fine, but its not just your decision, and I'm not totally swayed. I'd like to see ways to fix this, not just roadblocks. So far you've had good reason to not link the article, but nothing that fixes a red-link on the article. What if we just move that whole statement down to BTS and say "A droid named MSE-1T can be found ...blah...blah...Star Tours. While it is not known if MSE-1T is part of the MSE series, it may be possible that it was the first." ---This is very loose, and not at all well written, but I suspect you get the idea. Then we can fix the red-link, and also leave the quote in. It makes it ambigious,but not a reference to it being cannon. This would be so much easier if someone come up with a source for that single sentence.LSUAdman 22:28, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
          • The reason it's a redlink is because, as I have said, we don't know if they are meant to be the same MSE-1T. Fleet Admiral J. Nebulax (Imperial Holovision) Imperial Emblem 22:30, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
          • I understant that. But there are two differnt things going on here. 1) The issue of where MSE-1T is the MSE-1T, and 2)Where is this source from? If there is no mention of it in any reference, and it isnt MSE-1T, then wouldn't that mean someone made this same conclusion a while back, without a source? If no source, then the article should be changed. The NEGD did a good job of covering all bases. Heck, it even canonized the G2 Goose droid from Star Tours. It did not mention any MSE outside of MSE4, MSE5,MSE6 anf YFH MSE. LSUAdman 22:36, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
  • Well, use that same sourceless logic to explain the MSE-1T not being an MSE-1T then. All I'm asking for is a source Jack. Where does it say a) the MSE-1T is part of the line, or, b) That MSE-1T is or is not an example of said MSE-1T. Sources. You were so sure the droid didn't exist, now you are adamant that a droid that you can't even source may well exist? Using the logic you are showing, I could place an article in the 3P0-series saying it was and upgrade from the 2P0. The fact comes down to, as you said earlier, there is no proof MSE-1T is the MSE-1T in the article. Well, there is no proof that the MSE-1T is even related to the MSE series. What source can you tell me to disprove that? I'm willing to concede that MSE-1T is not related to the MSE-series, but not unless there is a source STATING that MSE-1T is a series of mouse (mice?) droids.LSUAdman 22:47, 3 July 2006 (UTC)
    • Okay, now you're saying two separate things. First, you had it that the Star Tours MSE-1T was a mouse droid type, and now you're saying it might not be. Fleet Admiral J. Nebulax (Imperial Holovision) Imperial Emblem 01:33, 4 July 2006 (UTC)
      • Okay, you two guys are confusing me. But here is the truth: The MSE-1T was a series of Mouse droid prior to the MSE-6 (according to Star There are two MSE-1T mice droids seen at Star Tours. One runs around, while the other is broken and is sitting in front of the MSE train track. One of these guys was nicknamed Frank for no special reason. What I want to find out is if the MSE-1T is the name of the SERIES or is it the name of the particular droid? Gonk123 19:52, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Giant Mouse Droid Edit

What droid is this? According to Sompeetalay's Source Blog it's called a Giant Mouse Droid. Does anyone have a clue what it is?

7.1 New message Edit

Hello, should a new item be added to this entry about the mouse droid that appears in the Star Wars Rebels season 2 episode, "Homecoming"? In that episode, Sabine asks Zeb to catch one for her. Then she attaches a stun grenade to it, re-wires it to work with her forearm control, then sends it near two opponents to stun them. 17:35, March 11, 2017 (UTC)

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