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16 July 2009 Featured article candidate Success
23 December 2009 Featured article
August 27, 2015 Featured article review Removed
September 29, 2015 Former featured article
Current status: Former featured article

Alive?Edit

Zam may be in Episode 3! No, she doesn't make a physical appearance, but take a close look at the symbols that appear on the control panel when Anakin slams Obi-wan into it. They have a striking similarity to the symbols of that ancient cult-thing she studied. Could she be the driving force behind that wierd factory? And incedentally, what DOES that place do, exactly? Unsigned comment by 67.163.29.119 (talk • contribs).

  • I watched it over and it kind of looks like it but I'am not sure...yet, but for you to spot that in the movie is cool, by the way do you think you could post a picture of the symbolsBobafettH23 18:58, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

Transport?Edit

How does Zam get from planet-to-planet? I can't see any mention of a ship in here. I know she could just go on the regular cruisers, but then how does she bring her speeder with her? Unsigned comment by ApprenticeEternal (talk • contribs).

Conflicting statementsEdit

There are two conflicting statements in the article. One of them says here last words are Weeshanit sleemo, the other one says Murishani sleemo which would mean bounty hunter slime ball. So what's the correct one? --84.146.230.187 13:05, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

  • 'Murishani' would make more sense, as it is Huttese. No idea what 'weeshanit' is supposed to mean. ApprenticeEternal 19:05 22 May 2007
  • I don't know where the weeshanit came from, but considering the alternative actually means something, I changed it to murishani. Unless anyone has any objections...Jawajoey 01:27, 5 June 2007 (UTC)

First Appearance Edit

Wasn't her first appearance In Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones? In the article it was as her first appearance was in Star Wars: Jango Fett. I've changed it.

Darth Sinis 22:29, 9 May 2008 (UTC)

  • Star Wars: Jango Fett came out a few months before Attack of the Clones. So even though she was created for Episode II, it wasn't her first appearance. Similar things happened with Boba Fett, Grievous, etc. -LtNOWIS 22:41, 9 May 2008 (UTC)

Zam's personailty Edit

sense the "attack of the clones film." Does not Give Zam much of a personailty I was wondering is there any other more universal things with her in it where you can see her personailty i know there's a comic which she is in and a video game called bounty hunter but what else she's such a mysterous character I'd like to know because then i Could add more to this articale Unsigned comment by Zamwesselllover (talk • contribs).

Civil War Edit

I have the Zam Wessell book, and its Jango that says he was caught in the middle of a civil war, not Zam.

'Encounter on Oovo IV' imageEdit

Here's an image from Star Wars: Bounty Hunter showing Jango Fett with Bendix Fust and Zam. I thought it would go good in the 'Encounter on Oovo IV' section of the page, as a replacement for the Bendix Fust picture, since it shows Zam (while the current doesn't), but still shows Bendix. Any thoughts? 22:47, June 7, 2015 (UTC)

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