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100 Scenes reference[edit source]

On what page of Star Wars in 100 Scenes is sabacc explicitly named? I see a reference to "a wager that may or may not have been fair" on page 162 but haven't see the name sabacc, nor is it listed in the Index.

Duke Starhopper (talk) 01:25, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

  • Page 171, in the text bubble next to Lando in the main image. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 01:29, November 5, 2014 (UTC)
    • Thank you!! It's been driving me crazy that I couldn't find it. Duke Starhopper (talk) 01:35, November 5, 2014 (UTC)

Paper cards?[edit source]

It seems like the cards Zeb and Lando were playing with were made of ordinary cardstock, rather than holochips. How does that work with the shifting rule? Do they have holocards that look exactly like regular cards? There aren't any holo-lines or any kind of tint on the cards. Should we get Pablo in on this?

Celebration deck: need to find sources[edit source]

Does anyone know of official/reputable sources about the Rebels-style Sabacc deck that was distributed at Celebration Anaheim? I want to create an article for the physical item so I can use it as a source, but I haven't found anything conclusive. Now obviously, the deck exists, there's no denying that, and it bears Lucasfilm Ltd.'s TM and copyright. But proper online sources seem hard to find... --Lelal Mekha The Uprising crest.png (Audience Room) 20:48, April 9, 2018 (UTC)

Main image[edit source]

I know that we traditionally prefer live-action over animated. However, the deck appearing in Solo is one specifically used for the "Corellian Spike" variant, which we know not only has different rules, but a different deck. As such, it may not be representative of "standard sabacc." Shouldn't we go back to a Star Wars Rebels image? --Lelal Mekha The Uprising crest.png (Audience Room) 07:32, May 30, 2018 (UTC)

  • What are saying the sources? Is it stated in any way that the cards are exclusive to this variant? If not, I'm in favor of using the movie image. NanoLuuke (talk) 08:17, May 30, 2018 (UTC)
    • For one thing, sources explicitely tell us that a Corellian Spike deck contains 62 cards instead of the standard 76. Also, the only named face cards in it appear to be the two sylops ("idiots"). --Lelal Mekha The Uprising crest.png (Audience Room) 08:24, May 30, 2018 (UTC)
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