- I don't know, but I wouldn't be surprised.--Lord OblivionSith holocron 23:36, 25 November 2006 (UTC)
- The novel seems to heavily state that he didn't realise.Ultrabountyhunter 11:03, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
- Im not shure about Qui-Gon, but Obi-Wan didnt look that suprised User:Jedi Master KaelKatana01 or Katana 23:53, 22 July 2007 (UTC)
- George Lucas did say on TPM commentary that Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan knew that Sabe was playing the role of the queen he even says that Qui-Gon was teasing Padme about it on Tatooine User:Revan Onasi 12:23 3 September 2007 (UTC)
Personality and traitsEdit
In the 'Personality and traits' section, should we put this example (and IS this an example?):
During the Invasion of Naboo, Sabé, disguised as the Queen, is deciding if she will go with the Jedi to the Senate or not. She turns to her handmaiden, Padmé, the actual Queen, and Padmé says to her "We are brave your highness." Is that a cue for "Yes! Go!"? If it is I will edit it.
--Cocky Corellian 01:04, 11 February 2007 (UTC)
- Oops! Near the top of the page it already says: "Amidala was able to acknowledge the decision without arousing the suspicion of the Jedi, and Sabé agreed with Jinn."
Sorry, didn't read the whole think. Disregard this and the first note. --Cocky Corellian 01:08, 11 February 2007 (UTC)
In the TFU Campaign Guide is just talk of "as an aid to its representative in the Imperial Senate." So it is (possibly) just one and this would be Jar Jar. It would have been a short time she spent in her service for Pooja (even if she did), cause Leia was already 13 when Pooja was selected as a senator. So what I'm trying to say is that this information is just a guess and moreover unreliable (as in my view). Should it be removed? -- Sol (discuss) 17:37, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
- It's from a canon source. Therefore, it remains in the article. --Redemption(Talk) 17:53, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
- Aaaahmmmm... no. I'll try to explain it once more. There is no Pooja Naberrie mentioned in the source. Not even Jar Jar, it's just mentioned, that Sabé was in service of the (one?) senatorial representative of Naboo after the clone wars. Or which source are you talking about? -- Sol (discuss) 18:06, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
Sabé information from Star Wars: Obi-Wan game? Edit
Seeing Sabé as a featured article reminded me of something I encountered a while ago in the Star Wars: Obi-Wan videogame. The fourth level of the game has Obi-Wan rescuing the 'Queen' from captivity after she is kidnapped by Tuskens. My question is, is it reasonable to include that event in this page and others that it pertains to? There doesn't seem to be any canonical source that contradicts it, and the first two levels appear to have been adopted as canon; however, the later portion of the game embellishes on the action from TPM in ways that are definitely non-canonical, so I'm not certain whether or not it should be added.--Evil Dave 02:21, 28 May 2009 (UTC)
Time to take down the spoilers? Edit
Star Wars: Invasion of Theed Adventure Game Edit
Sabé makes two appearances in this, both times as the general quest giver. In Adventure 4, she encounters the heroes in the streets during the Second Battle of Theed. She enlists them on the spot to serve as a diversion so that she and her retinue can enter the Palace. In Adventure 5, she approaches the group undisguised after Qui-gon's funeral (but before the parade). She enlists them to investigate Savor Kibbs and his recently formed terrorist cell. SinisterSamurai 23:57, May 23, 2010 (UTC)
Is there really any need to reproduce the misspelling of Eirtae's name in those quotes? Although it might be written like that in the comic itself, it is unnecessary to keep it like that when quoting it.
On the basis that the characters know how to pronounce the name, if the story were an actual event then the name would have been spoken correctly. The error is only in the letters used to write it down, which are largely irrelevant. So there's no point in replicating the error that exists only in the written form. The letters only represent the sounds that would have been spoken during the actual event. Therefore even if the name is written Eritae, it still represents the actual name which is Eirtae and so it might as well be written like that. Keeping the misspelling is unnecessary and also looks a bit rubbish. --Captain Yossarian 22:09, July 21, 2010 (UTC)
- It may seem irrelevant, but we really cannot change the content of a quote, no matter how small the error is. See here, specifically: "Users should not correct the capitalization, spelling, grammar, or word usage within direct quotes taken from copyrighted sources as such modifications jeopardize our Fair use claim on that material." Xicer9(Combadge) 22:23, July 21, 2010 (UTC)
It says that she died in 22 BBY, yet later it says in 21 BBY that she was captured I think something is wrong their