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Did she really fly as Red Two?[edit source]

Although the Databank says she flew as Red Two at Endor, doesn't on-screen evidence picks her for Red Three instead? --LelalMekha (talk) 11:43, October 13, 2016 (UTC)

  • Apparently so. The page at Sila Kott/Legends has her listed as Red Three. Send Pablo a tweet. He might be able pull some strings to fix it if you're lucky. --Shayn Mikel (talk) 15:46, October 13, 2016 (UTC)
  • Kott's entry should be reverted back to Red Two until the Databank is changed or retconned. While I agree that the context of ROTJ has Kott as Red Three (Wedge says something like, "Red Three, Red Two, pull in," then an A-wing is shot down, then later Wedge says "Good shot, Red Two."), the whole battle has a lot of logical inconsistencies. For example, the Y-wing pilot that the dialogue identifies as Red Two (Rebel Pilot: "I'm on it, Gold Leader," . . . Wedge: "Good shot, Red Two,") is the same actor portraying Gray Leader (face and helmet markings match). As an aside, there are lots of other inconsistencies between ROTJ film and other canon sources, especially the squadron configurations. Canon sources have the squadrons as same starfighter types, but the movie clearly has the squadrons as mixed types.

That being said, I would love to see the Databank entry changed to Red Two, and do think it's worth a tweet to Pablo. Random00021 (talk) 20:17, December 23, 2016 (UTC)

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