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Teneniel Djo is a former featured article. Please see this article's entry on the Inquisitorius page for the reasons it was removed.

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This article was showcased on Wookieepedia's Main Page from 3 March to 9 March 2008.

Article milestones
Date Process Result
18 December 2006 Good article nomination Success
7 January 2007 Good article
7 July 2007 Featured article nomination Success
18 July 2007 Featured article
25 April 2010 Featured article review Removed
6 June 2010 Former featured article
Current status: Former featured article

One of the Galaxy's Hottest, Toughest, and Most Unused Characters Edit

  • Admit it guys. When you read the Courtship of Princess Leia all of you were wondering what it would be like to be captured by Teneniel Djo. She's tough too. I mean she knocked out Luke Skywalker, something not many people can claim they have been able to do. Admitted he was able to get out of her restrainsts easy enough but still. Yet after her great role in The Courtship of Princess Leia Teneniel disappears from the EU for many years, she is never around when Tenel Ka returns home during the Young Jedi Knights books, and when she does resurface in the New Jedi Order she has none of the spunk that made her so attractive to fans. In my oppinion Teneniel Djo's disappearence from the limelight is one of the most tragic mistakes of the Expanded Universe. Unsigned comment by 144.92.215.78 (talk • contribs).

How do you pronounce her name

Species Edit

I don't know if this has already been discussed, but how can her species be classified as Hapan? Her heritage is from Dathomir, so she must be human or dathomirian or something. In addition to that, her species used to be classified as human. What information made the change? ObiKenobiUPC 13:56, January 5, 2012 (UTC)

Allaya/Allya Edit

The article currently says: In the novel The Courtship of Princess Leia, it is implied that Teneniel's mother is named Allya with the statement "I am Teneniel Djo, a daughter of Allya, and you are my slave!". This may or may not be a variant of Allaya Djo. But "Daughter of Allya" is just another name fot "Witch of Dathomir", it refers to Mother Allya, doesn't it? LelalMekha 09:33, April 20, 2012 (UTC)

Species in Essential Reader's Companion Edit

Correct me if I'm wrong, but in the Reader's Companion, under the image of Teneniel and Luke fighting, doesn't it identify her as "Dathomirian?" Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 17:13, October 10, 2012 (UTC)

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