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Tone tagEdit

Why is the tone tag up? What needs to be done?--Erl 20:47, 21 March 2006 (UTC)

Master?Edit

Since Karkko studied a Sith holocron in the Temple for a prolonged amount of time (Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties) wouldn't that make him a Master? In the RotS novel, Anakin Skywalker states he needs to achieve Mastery in order to access the holocrons, and Dooku isn't allowed access until he becomes a Master - Kwenn 13:33, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

  • Whoops, I didn't take a look at the talk page before I changed the category from Jedi characters to Jedi Masters; I just assumed he was one, as it was said in the article. But yes, I think we have a strong reason to believe Karkko was indeed a Master. I don't think they would have let him study the holocrons otherwise, especially considering that some Jedi believed training Anzati was too dangerous. --Tinwe 16:49, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

Jedi: Count DookuEdit

What was said about Karkko in that comic? Unsigned comment by 204.169.61.218 (talk • contribs).

Sith StatusEdit

What exactly makes Karkko a Sith? I mean studying a holocron is far from being a Sith and there's no mention on the page as to why he's considered a Sith. And everything I've looked at says he's just a Dark Jedi. So why is he called a Sith here? --Jax Vos 18:33, February 18, 2014 (UTC)

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