Is it worth acknowledging that while the Togruta Jedi in the Holocron was not identified, it seems obvious that based on the Jedi's appearance and what was said by the Jedi, that it was intended to be Shaak Ti? Perhaps something should be mentioned in her article too... maybe even in the Behind the Scenes section.
- Unless you have a source for that, it's speculation and can't be included in the article. <-Omicron(Leave a message at the BEEP!) 15:48, December 15, 2015 (UTC)
- The source is the comic of subject. If it had an image of Obi-wan projected from the Holocron without explicitly stating it was Obi-wan, everyone would still list it as an Obi-wan appearance. I don't see why it's any different for Shaak Ti. If we were to apply the same situation to other characters, then if a hologram of Obi-wan or whatever appeared, we could only say "a image of a person was broadcast that looked exactly like Obi-wan Kenobi, but we weren't told it's him so we can't say it is him".
I feel as though like not saying anything about her is preventing more in-depth information from being shared. Even if it was mentioned that it looked like her would be enough, because none of that is speculation. It looks exactly like her, and the context which she is shown is very relevant to the Jedi of her time. I used to be a user that edited Wookieepedia a lot so I can understand if her recognition is denied, because her name was not explicitly stated, but it seems obvious to me that it is her as well. I want readers to be able to observe the best possible and most accurate information they can on this wiki, as I'm sure you do too. Surely we can include something that at least lets readers know accurately and in-depth what happened in this issue? Could we mention the appearance of a Holocron with a Shaak Ti-looking-Jedi telling Luke that the fate of the Jedi is in his hands following their deaths, without delving into the realms of speculation? 220.127.116.11 11:42, December 28, 2015 (UTC)