Craven, welcome!

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Thanks :o) I hope I can contribute a little bit to this great project. --Craven 20:43, 21 April 2006 (UTC)

Userboxes Anyone?[edit source]

If you would like any user boxes made just see my talk page. Thanks. Happy Holidays! User:Schwinky/Sig

Good job[edit source]

Hey, good work on referencing some major articles. I've been referencing some too, but I don't have many books around here :P
Anyway, I just came here to compliment your work. Keep it up! Cheers Stake black msg 22:22, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Oh, thank you! :o) I think it's time that our articles about main characters get some references. I just added the few references that were most obvious to me, but there's still much to do. --Craven 22:07, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Drat[edit source]

You beat me to that second pic upload, you scoundrel! --School of Thrawn 101 11:15, 6 July 2007 (UTC)

Oh, hehe :-p Maybe next time :o) --Craven 15:11, 7 July 2007 (UTC)

Second Battle of Coruscant[edit source]

Just putting this on your talk page to be sure you'd see it. First, do you think it's absolutely necessary to move the page? Now, if you do, what do you think of moving the first to "Raid", removing the "second" here and getting a bot to change the links? Chack Jadson Talk 22:42, 22 August 2007 (UTC)

Sorry Chad, I didn't want to delay the nomination. I really think moving and renaming the articles would be the best solution, because I'm not comfortable with using made-up names that are not used in official sources. --Craven 14:18, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
  • That's okay. So what do you think of my idea? Chack Jadson Talk 15:25, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
    • Oh, I've already replied on the nominations page (I thought that's the place were most people will notice the discussion) with a title suggestion. --Craven 15:38, 23 August 2007 (UTC)

Image edits[edit source]

Hey, just to let you know if you're going to add other images to image summaries, please do so in this format → [[:File:imagename]] Having the colon at the beginning of the image allows for the link only to be present. Thanks, Greyman(Paratus) 23:09, 4 September 2007 (UTC)

Thanks Greyman. I knew it's possible to link to images, but I thought it would be a good idea to put small thumbnails into the description pages of cropped images (parts of covers, etc..) to show the user a tiny view of the uncropped, original image. --Craven 23:33, 4 September 2007 (UTC)

Battle of/Second Battle of Coruscant[edit source]

Sorry about my mistake on the Venator-class Star Destroyer article. I hadn't noticed that Battle of Coruscant had been moved from "Second Battle of Coruscant". --OuroborosCobra 02:07, 28 September 2007 (UTC)

That's all right, no problem :o) --Craven 02:15, 28 September 2007 (UTC)

Sourcing[edit source]

Hey Craven, please review our Sourcing policy for how to source information correctly. The way that you were doing in Joruus C'baoth's article was incorrect, hence why I reverted it the first time. However, once I saw that you re-added it, I went ahead and sourced it correctly. For the source you added, it is only necessary to put <ref name="FHtoLC">''[[From Heir to Last Command]]''</ref>, or even just, <ref name="SWAJ1">''[[Star Wars Adventure Journal 1]]''</ref> since it appeared in SWAJ1. I hope that helps clarify :) Cheers, Greyman(Paratus) 00:58, 28 November 2007 (UTC)

  • Hi Craven, thanks for explaining your reasoning to me :) Feel free to use the template in references, as it's not frowned upon at all—especially since we are to link references now, anyways. Cheers, Greyman(Paratus) 18:32, 2 December 2007 (UTC)
    • Okely dokely :-) --Craven 13:29, 3 December 2007 (UTC)

Lieutenant General[edit source]

Can you give me more details on Lieutenant Generals in Galaxies, which you mentioned at Talk:Lieutenant_General? Thanks! --McEwok 17:39, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

As far as I know, there isn't much to say about those. When the Empire or the Rebels are in control of a city or a planet, the game spawns lots of generic Imperial or Rebel non-player characters that roam those cities and the wild parts of the planets. Those NPCs have names like "a Stormtrooper", "a Rebel Surface Marshal" or "an Imperial Lieutenant General", and the ranks seem to be pretty random. The SWG strategy guide lists Lieutenant Generals as "global" NPCs, which means they can appear on pretty much any planet of the game. But I don't think I ever saw a non-generic NPC of that rank that had any special role. --Craven 02:02, 4 January 2008 (UTC)
  • Thanks. There's one Lieutenant General listed in the Wookieepedia. Can you give me a complete run-through of the ranks that are included like this in the strategy guide? --McEwok 04:03, 4 January 2008 (UTC)
Hmm... I tried to find some information about that guy and only found the screenshot on this site. I think that is just some generic NPC (like I described above) with a randomly generated name. Until 2005, all generic NPCs in Galaxies got randomly generated names like that, but the names changed each time such an NPC was spawned by the game, so I think that name is not really canon.
As for the ranks, these are all I could find in the guide:
  • Empire: assault trooper, bombardier, commander, corporal, general, high colonel, captain, brigadier general, colonel, first lieutenant, high general, lance corporal, lieutenant corporal, lieutenant general, major, major general, master sergeant, noncom, private, sergeant major, staff corporal, staff sergeant, surface marshal, trooper, warrant officer I, warrant officer II, lance bombardier
  • Rebels: captain, brigadier general, colonel, corporal, first lieutenant, general, high general, lance corporal, lieutenant, lieutenant colonel, lieutenant general, major, major general, master sergeant, second lieutenant, sergeant, sergeant major, staff corporal, staff sergeant, surface marshal, trooper, warrant officer I, warrant officer II
  • Others:
    • CorSec: Agent, Cadet, Captain, Chief, Comissioner, Detective, Inspector Sergeant, Lieutenant, Major, Master Sergeant, Sergeant, Trooper
    • Gungans: Boss, Captain, General, War Chief
    • Restuss Brigade: Captain, General, Sergeant, Trooper
    • Narmle Militia: Captain, Colonel, Commander, Ensign, Lieutenant, Major
    • FedDub: Captain, Commander, Constable

And there are some more small gangs and organizations that have ranks like Captain or Lieutenant.

But the strategy guide is not 100% accurate - it was written and published before the release of the game, and much has changed and been added to the game since then.So there could be other ranks in the game as well. You could try this website and search for "rebel" or "imperial" and maybe find some more ranks there. --Craven 06:01, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

  • Thanks, Craven! I'll look at the website, but I'll ask this first: do those ranks appear just in basic lists in that order, or is there more to it than that? --McEwok 02:07, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
    • That's pretty much all there is in the strategy guide. Just long lists with NPCs (like "Imperial Lieutenant" and "Rebel General") and creatures in alphabetical order plus some stats (level, health, damage, etc.). --Craven 20:21, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
  • Okay. Thanks. So, the NPCs are listed in those orders, divided according to their allegiance? --McEwok 12:07, 7 January 2008 (UTC)
  • Not quite. In the guide there's one long table per planet and one for "global" NPCs and creatures (80 pages all together). All the entries are listed in alphabetical order and include info about their allegiance in one of the table columns. In my list above, I just listed all the ranks as I found them in those tables and ordered them by allegiance. In the tables some are just listed as e.g. "High Colonel", others as "Imperial High General", all mixed up with all kinds of other creatures and NPCs due to the alphabetical order - so there's not really an order. --Craven 00:04, 8 January 2008 (UTC)
  • Thanks for the clarification! Any chance you could tell me which ones actually specify "Imperial" or "Rebel", and which are generic? --McEwok 13:11, 8 January 2008 (UTC)
I'm sorry it took so long, McEwok. I visited friends and didn't know that they don't have internet access at the moment :-/
I don't know if I understand your question correctly. You want to know which of the above NPCs are named "Imperial XYZ" and which are only named "XZY"? --Craven 03:01, 15 January 2008 (UTC)
  • If possible, yes? But it's really not urgent or anything. Thanks! --McEwok 12:14, 15 January 2008 (UTC)
I guess it would be easier if you could read the list in the strategy guide yourself. If you're interested, you could send me your email address. --Craven 17:29, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

From Pencil to Pixel[edit source]

Hi, Craven. I've recently expanded the Dulok article, but it still lacks information from From Pencil to Pixel: The Art of Star Wars Galaxies. Now, I assume any information in that book would be "Behind the scenes" kind of stuff, but it still merits mention in the article. Since you started the article on the book, I assume you own it. Would you mind taking a look and letting me know what it says about Duloks? Thanks a lot for any help! ~ SavageBob 04:01, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Sweet! What page number(s) is that info on, by the way? And if you have a scanner, a copy of the concept artwork would be fabulous for the "Behind the scenes" section. If not, no worries. Thanks again! ~ SavageBob 23:25, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
It's on page 81 of FPtP. The images in the book are a bit small, but I found a bigger version of one concept artwork on the bonus DVD of the Complete Online Adventures release of SWG. I uploaded it photo bucket dot com )/albums/aa220/KamSolusar/133.jpg here, probably needs some cropping. --Craven 20:40, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
Wow. Cool pic. Thanks for all your help! Keep an eye on the article; I'll update it with this info sometime in the next few days! ~ SavageBob 22:04, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

Dark Forces audio drama[edit source]

Help with Turbolaser[edit source]

I'm seeing some Star Wars fans state that the turbolasers from a single Star Destroyer is capable of "melting the surface of a planet." Where are you guys getting that idea? Colonel Marksman 09:28, 4 May 2009 (UTC)

I don't have the slightest idea where that statement comes from. --Craven 17:44, 4 May 2009 (UTC)

Lamproid Smugglers[edit source]

Hey, Craven. Do you happen to recall how exactly Lamproids relate to the SW:Galaxies mission "Lamproid Smugglers: A Messy Bunch"? I can't seen to find any information about it online, and I'm trying to rewrite the Lamproid article. Does the mission really have anything to do with the species, or is it just an off mention in the title? Thanks for any leads! ~ SavageBob 12:33, 9 May 2009 (UTC)

Hmm.. that could take some time to find out. Can't really remember any details, but it sounds like one of the small missions you get at mission terminals throughout the game. There are probably a hundred or more of those missions and nobody ever bothered to put them online (mostly because all are basically the same - got to the specified location and just kill everything that moves). I'll look through my screenshots, but it can take a while to find it. --Craven 16:14, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
OK, thanks; it'd be cool if you could dig up some details. I'm wondering: Are the Lamproids the smugglers? Are the Lamproids the cargo? Do the Lamproids appear on screen? Do they say anything or have anyone say anything about them that might be a useful quote? Those sorts of things, I guess. :) ~ SavageBob 01:12, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
Finally found a screenshot of the mission text:

Last week we tracked a gang of Lamproid smugglers to a meeting ground a short distance from this terminal. The smugglers dispersed but they left us with a problem. Apparently they had collected a small menagerie of ill-tempered animals to stage a live version of dejarik. The Lamproids freed the animals when we arrived. Now the creatures have built lairs all over the place. This problem ist best handled by experienced hunters who know the area. CorSec will pay a nominal fee for the destruction of any of these lairs. Contact us for target coordinates.

The creator of this mission is the "Corellian Security Force, Animal Control Division" and the mission is only available on mission terminals on Corellia. That's pretty much all there is. By accepting the mission you get a random waypoint out in the wild where a creature lair spawns (could be any Corellian creature). After destroying the lair and killing all the creatures you get some money. So no Lamproids actually appear in the game, I think Galaxies doesn't have a Lamproid 3D model (at least I never encountered one). Hope that helps. --Craven 19:26, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
Cool! That's great information. Thanks for helping, and I'm glad you've got such a good record of Galaxies! Weird that a species that themselves is often smuggled as a wild animal would become animal smugglers, but there ya go... :) ~ SavageBob 23:27, 11 May 2009 (UTC)
No problem. It's a bit weird, but it doesn't outright contradict established canon, just expands what we knew about Lamproids a bit, so I'm fine with it. And now I'd love to see a group of giant snakes play dejarik with living animals :-) --Craven 01:26, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

Loftus[edit source]

Hi Craven. SavageBob suggested you might be able to help me with some Galaxies information. In the last couple of days, I wrote up our article on Loftus, only to discover he is in Star Wars Galaxies. From the little I could find on him via allakhazam and google, he gave out 4 quests from a Hotel in Mos Entha, Tatooine. I have the coordinates for where he used to be, but he is no longer there—seemingly, not since the NGE changes. His location was 1531, 3361, which is now an empty office, so I've been told. Do you know if you ever did his quests? --Eyrezer 02:25, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

Hmm.. the name doesn't sound familiar. I didn't play much before the NGE and did only a few of the old Tatooine quests that existed back then. So I'm almost sure I never did Loftus' quests before he was removed. :-/
But I could try to find something about him in the old game files, the misson texts are usually stored somewhere in there. I'll see what I can dig up from the game files tomorrow, have to find and re-install the tools to open the game files first. --Craven 21:20, 18 May 2009 (UTC)
Thanks! Any help at all would be much appreciated. Do you know any other players that might have been around then? --Eyrezer 05:18, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
I know a few, but as far as I know, none of them took many screenshots of rather unimportant quest NPCs like Loftus, let alone mission texts :-|
I've searched a bit on the net, and some old forum posts from 2003 like this or this say that Loftus' quests didn't work back then, so I'm not sure if players were ever able to take these quests, or if the developers just removed Loftus without fixing them. I've posted a thread on the official SWG forums and asked if anyone knows something about this NPC.
The good news is, I've now found his quests in the game files. I'll post the mission texts later, just have to bring the text lines into the right order first. Oh, and according to the game data, the NPC's full name is "Hantor Loftus". --Craven 18:21, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

OK, here are the conversations between Loftus and the player:

Quest 1

Loftus: There's a new Imperial Security Bureau initiative called Project Lasercutter. We're trying to fight it. We don't have a lot of time. An ISB agent is on the way to arrest one of our "procurement specialists" right now. Can you stop him?

Player: What is Project Lasercutter?

Loftus: In brief, the Empire is hunting smugglers friendly to the Alliance. This will do nothing good for our supply lines. Will you help us?

Player: I think I can handle something like this. I'll do it.

Loftus: I'm glad to hear it. Intercept and stop the ISB agent before he finds him.

[Player gets coordinates from Loftus, travels to these coordinates, kills the agent and returns]

Loftus: Good work. We still have a long way to go but that was a good start.

Quest 2

Loftus: We've received word that ISB is sending a Lasercutter team to arrest one of our most reliable smugglers. Will you escort her here safely?

Player: How do they keep finding these smugglers?

Loftus: I don't know yet, but you can be sure I'm looking in to it. Can we count on your assistance?

Player: You can count on me!

Loftus: Wonderful. Go and meet our smuggler friend, Jaxa Lian, and bring her back safely. Hurry, so the ISB doesn't find her first.

[Player gets coordinates from Loftus. An NPC called Jaxa Lian is waiting there. Player talks to Jaxa]

Jaxa Lian: An ISB squad coming for me? Let's get out of here!

[Player returns to Loftus with Jaxa following him]

Loftus: Well done. Now I just need to track down our information leak.

Quest 3

Loftus: We now know how ISB has been finding our smugglers recruits. They've planted a spy in the Alliance recruiting operation. Will you dispatch this turncoat for us?

Player: Who is the spy?

Loftus: His name? Let me check -- Lidek Baws. Recruited on Naboo. Huh! That should have been a giveaway right there. Will you stop him?

Player: Yes, I'll stop the agent.

Loftus: The informant will be meeting ISB agents out in the desert. Eliminate all of them, but don't get reckless.

[Player gets coordinates from Loftus, travels to these coordinates, where the spy and other NPCs are waiting (judging from the text of the next mission, it's possible that those NPCs aren't ISB agents. Could also be members of the Inquisitorius)]

Spy: They found me out, did they? That's bad news for you, Rebel.

[Player kills spy and other NPCs, then returns to Loftus]

Loftus: So, have you given the spy his just reward?

Player: Yes

Loftus: Success? Good! I'm glad we've stopped that leak.

Quest 4

Loftus: Turns out it's not the ISB behind Project Lasercutter, but rather the Inquisitorius. Kill the Inquisitor leading the project. With him gone, Lasercutter will be set back months, if not permanently. This will be incredibly difficult, but I'm hoping you'll try. What do you think?

Player: What is the Inquisitorius?

Loftus: I'm not surprised you haven't heard of them -- they're top secret. Inquisitors are skilled agents who work directly for the Emperor. They supposedly have skill with "the Force," not that I believe that. In any case, they're deadly. Will you take the mission?

Player: I'll take care of him, alright!

Loftus: You're a good soldier. I wish you all the best. Find this Inquisitor and take him out. He'll be well protected, so get some insurance first, and reserve a spot in the bacta tanks for later.

[Player gets coordinates from Loftus, travels to these coordinates, kills Inquisitor]

Loftus: Has the Inquisitor met his end?

Player: Yes

Loftus: Amazing! You've done the Alliance a huge service. Go take some time off now. You've earned it.

thumb|right|Mos Entha Hotelthumb|right|Hotel lounge I added a description of what most likely happened during those missions in square brackets []. The species, appearances, sometimes even genders of the NPCs that spawn during such missions (the smuggler, Jaxa Lian, the spy and the Inquisitor) are usually random. And the file doesn't say what the rewards for these missions were, but you usually get at least several hundred credits for such missions. --Craven 21:08, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

  • This is fantastic! Cheers, --Eyrezer 21:49, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
    • I've mostly updated Loftus' article. I know he is no longer at the hotel, and, in fact, that the hotel is now empty. That aside, I was wondering, is it was possible to get a screenshot of the building to use in his article? Will the appearance of the building of the appearance have changed since the pre-NGE changes? --Eyrezer 04:22, 24 May 2009 (UTC)
      • The hotel still looks the same. It's one of the standard buildings that can be found in almost every city in Galaxies, those haven't changed since day 1. I'll take screenshots when I come home tonight. Do you want an image of the building from the outside or of its interior? --Craven 12:38, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
        • I uploaded two images, one of the hotel from the outside and one screenshot of the hotel lounge. --Craven 21:26, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
          • Thanks. I used both in the end. The first for a short article on the Mos Entha hotel itself, and the interior one for the article on Loftus. Thanks, again. --Eyrezer 23:12, 25 May 2009 (UTC)
            • Looks good! Didn't have a lot of time in the last week, but I'll see if I can add something to the hotel article in the next days. Somehow, I hadn't even thought of creating articles for such buildings. --Craven 23:30, 31 May 2009 (UTC)
              • Yeah, so long as something notable happens there, they could be given an article. --Eyrezer 12:13, 1 June 2009 (UTC)

HK[edit source]

Hey, Craven. Eyre tells me you're the man for SWG information. If it's not too much trouble, would you mind telling me what's missing here from the Trials of Obi-Wan part of SWG, please? Feel free to directly edit the page if you wish. Cheers. :) --Darth tom 20px (Imperial Intelligence) 11:51, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Hey Tom. I wish I could be of help here, but unfortunately I've never completed the HK-47 quest line :( . The expansion is almost 4 years old, and without a guild it's pretty hard to find enough other people to form a group for this quest nowadays. The only information I can give you are a few links: [1] and [2] are small entries from the SWG knowledge base (you used to be able to read them in-game, but then they moved the entries to this external website), and this page on the official SWG site seems to be a partial retelling of the quest's story. The Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Guide: Prima Official Game Guide also has some information:

The miners of Mustafar are dealing with serious problems. The Empire is demanding huge quantities of parts and processed minerals for some top-secret project. The production capacity of Mustafar is taxed to the breaking point and beyond. Equipment is starting to fail and replacement parts are not coming in. These people need serious help.

Prelude: The Miners’ Problems. Before the miners will trust you with their serious problems, you’ll have to prove your worth. Foreman Chivos is willing to give you a few assignments, to see what you’re made of. One of his tasks will take you to the wreck of the Old Republic freighter for the first time.

Chapter 1: The Ancient Freighter. Once you’ve proven yourself to Foreman Chivos, he’ll send you along to Milo Mensix, who’ll give you a more significant task. He asks you to return to the Old Republic freighter and salvage any useful technology you can find.

The ship’s central processing core is offline due to a faulty power converter. You’ll have to find a replacement converter. Bandits have been looting the ship for some time … maybe they’ve already found what you’re looking for? When the core is back online you can start to communicate with the ancient’s ship’s governing AI. This entity promises to help you if you uplink it to a processor at a nearby Old Republic ruin. Accomplishing this task will reveal the existence of yet another ruin. The AI will ask you to uplink it to that as well.

Chapter 2: Wrong Place, Wrong Time. The ancient facility turns out to have been a droid factory. Your task is to get it operable again. When you do so, however, you receive a nasty surprise, in the form of an ancient and twisted military droid calling itself HK-47. This vile entity intends to use the factory to make an army of copies of itself. You must return to Milo to report this new threat.

Chapter 3: One Evil Droid. In the final chapter of the struggle, it will become your task to destroy HK-47 before it can complete its army and annihilate the miners. You will have to defend a mining camp from the vanguard of the Droid army, after which you will have to track the malignant creature to its new secret lair and destroy it.
That's all I have at the moment. --Craven 22:48, 12 August 2009 (UTC)
Almost forgot: There's also the WookieeProject Galaxies, maybe one of the guys there has done this quest line. --Craven 22:09, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
Alright, thanks for your help. :) --Darth tom 20px (Imperial Intelligence) 13:08, 17 August 2009 (UTC)

Nist[edit source]

Hey, Craven. By any chance, do you have the Dark Empire audio drama? I'm currently trying to find out who voiced Xecr Nist, but I have only MP3 files and Nist's voice actor is not credited there. I'd assume that similar to Dark Forces: The Collector's Trilogy audio drama, his name could be written somewhere on the CD or something. If you have it, your help would be much appreciated. QuiGonJinn 20px(Talk) 15:33, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Hey QuiGon. I checked both the old cassette version of DE and the DE trilogy collector's edition. Unfortunately, neither has any information about the voice actor who voiced Nist :-(. They only list the voices of Luke, Leia, Han, 3PO, Ackbar, Lando, Kam Solusar, Palpatine, Salla and Vima. --Craven 21:14, 12 August 2009 (UTC)

Agents of Deception[edit source]

Hey Craven. Have you played the SW Galaxies card game at all? Apparently you need a subscription to do so. I ask because the Agents of Deception expansion framing story features Lando Calrissian, a current FAN. Apparently, each expansion set new set brings 10 new story-mode scenarios bound together by the framing story. Before each of the scenarios there is a text introduction and when combined, there's way more info than in that short summary. Are you able to access any of this? --Eyrezer 04:37, 27 August 2009 (UTC)

  • It sounds complicated! The effort is appreciated though. --Eyrezer 03:16, September 9, 2009 (UTC)
    • Thanks for that! You might be the only one here with access to that info. I suggested putting some ambig tags around it seeing as it messes with established stuff. --Eyrezer 08:19, September 11, 2009 (UTC)

Galactic Hunters[edit source]

I hate to ask you to do more work, but you seem to be the man of the hour when it comes to the TCG. Could you possibly get me the information from the Galactic Hunters campaign? I need to update Corran Horn, Hal Horn, and Talon Karrde with it. It would be very much appreciated. Havac 06:33, October 9, 2009 (UTC)

Janta knife[edit source]

Hello, and thank you for the information on the Janta knife. If you have Star Wars Galaxies: The Complete Guide: Prima Official Game Guide, could you check it for any mentions of the Janta knife? Thanks again.--Exiled Jedi Oldrepublic crest.svg (Greetings) 02:49, August 15, 2011 (UTC)

Ah, sorry... I almost forgot that I've got the digital "eGuide" version of that book on an old harddrive. It's indeed included in a list of weapons in that book, though there's no new information. --Craven 15:24, August 15, 2011 (UTC)

Sorry, I didn't see that you had left me a message here. I think that the "eGuide" version should count as the same thing. Thank you for your time.--Exiled Jedi Oldrepublic crest.svg (Greetings) 17:43, August 17, 2011 (UTC)

No problem :) --Craven 08:45, August 18, 2011 (UTC)

Blue Milk and...[edit source]

—Tommy 9281 Tuesday, August 23, 2011, 22:13 UTC has awarded you a Wookiee Cookie!
For providing info on Star Wars Galaxies: Rage of the Wookiees

Thank you very much my friend, I had little hope of anyone having any experience. You made my day :-)—Tommy 9281 Tuesday, August 23, 2011, 22:13 UTC

You're welcome :o) --Craven 14:57, August 24, 2011 (UTC)

Dr. Fool[edit source]

Hey, Craven, I don't think I've asked you about this before. What's the truth to the information on this page? Is this likely something the SWG folks did on April Fools Day? If so, I want to update the Ebareebaveebeedee and Squib articles with the information. Apologies if I've already bugged you about this in the past; I know I mentioned it to someone on their talk page, but I can't remember who! ~SavageBOB sig.png 12:31, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

  • Awesome; thanks for the scoop. Could've been the SWG Wiki's own April Fools prank, maybe. :) ~SavageBOB sig.png 21:40, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

Galaxies and Wedge[edit source]

Hey. You added this to Wedge's Sources list. Is that referring to this mission, or is it something different? If it is something different, can you give me the details on the mission from Wedge's perspective so I can include them in his article? (If I have correctly identified the mission, then I don't need the info as it's already in the article.) Thanks. Master JonathanJedi Council Chambers Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 00:43 UTC

Hi Jonathan, good question. I just realized that I never did the revamped version of the Rebel theme park - another entry on my SWG to-do list :/. But going by the Wedge article on the SWG wiki, it seems to be one and the same mission indeed. --Craven 16:12, November 8, 2011 (UTC)
OK, thanks. Master JonathanJedi Council Chambers Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 17:26 UTC

Death Troopers[edit source]

Hey Craven, I noticed you do some work on Galaxies articles, and so I was wondering if you were very familiar with the Dathomir death troopers content. I'm trying to finish up Imperial bioweapons Project I71A, but I need the canon information from Galaxies—how the virus broke out there, what or who tried to contain it, and anything else relating to the outbreak on Dathomir. StarsiderSWG has been a big help in the past, but he's been busy since I started work on this project, so I was wondering if you might be able to help me out at all. Thanks! Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 21:42, November 11, 2011 (UTC)

  • That's not a problem! I've waited quite a while, so a week is nothing :P Thanks again! (and don't forget about me!) Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 17:36, November 14, 2011 (UTC)
    • Hey Craven. I'm just checking in to make sure you haven't forgotten about me! Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 05:24, November 29, 2011 (UTC)
      • I understand. Whenever you get the chance. Also, did you enjoy your TOR experience? If you're planning on continuing to play once it's released, I would encourage you to join WookieeProject: The Old Republic. I could really use an editor like you once the avalanche of canon comes in December. Darth Trayus(Trayus Academy) 20:25, December 1, 2011 (UTC)

Echrhin Isdan[edit source]

Hey, Craven! I was wondering if you had any quotes or screenshots of Echrhin Isdan, the Tulgah character in SWG. I'm planning to expand the Tulgah article at some point in the future, and I wanted to make sure we didn't lose any pertinent info on the guy before the game goes kaput. Does this page sum up what I need to know? (Screenshots would still be welcome if it does, of course.) Thanks as always, man! ~SavageBOB sig.png 18:30, November 18, 2011 (UTC)

Hi Bob. The SWG Wiki article seems accurate and complete. He's just standing around in the caverns and offers just this one quest. What kind of screenshots do you need? I was down there in the caverns a few weeks ago, taking screenshots of everything. I have a screenshot of the little guy that is a bit better than the current image and two or three screenshots of his hut.
Oh, and some SWG info that could maybe be used in the BtS section: it seems the developers once planned to include Morag in the game. She's mentioned here and listed as an NPC in Star Wars Galaxies: Jump to Lightspeed: Prima Official Game Guide. But from what I know, the devs never actually used her. The strategy guide usually lists the social group the NPC belongs to, but Morag isn't listed as part of any group, so it seems there were no other NPCs planned that were associated with her. The Morag model was later used for Echrhin Isdan in Rage of the Wookiees. One of the devs mentioned her here in 2007, but he had no idea who Morag is. --Craven 15:21, November 22, 2011 (UTC)
Hey, awesome! Thanks a million, man. As for screenshots, would you mind emailing them to me? There's no room in the article for more images at the moment, but I do intend to expand it sometime soonish, so it'd be great to have access to them. I'll drop you a line via the "contact this user" thingie and you can just reply to that. If email's not an option, just hang onto them and I'll get in touch when I expand the article. Thanks again! ~SavageBOB sig.png 15:38, November 22, 2011 (UTC)
No problem. You've got mail :) --Craven 16:25, November 23, 2011 (UTC)

Another Galaxies question[edit source]

Hey Craven. I feel bad asking you this, as you've been bombarded with Galaxies questions lately, but... well, you're probably the most knowledgeable person to ask. Sorry again. :S I'm just wondering if there's any way to access old Life Day quests. I think I've gotten all the info on Saun Dann and his quest (which was part of the 2008 and 2009 Life Day material) that I need from the Galaxies wiki and from a couple of other websites, but I'm wondering if there's any way to do the Life Day quests these days and grab some quotes from him. Do you know if this is possible, or is this a ship that's long since sailed? Thanks for any help you can give. :) Menkooroo 15:27, November 22, 2011 (UTC)

Hi Menkooroo. I'm always happy to help with information about SWG. It's a busy time, but it's better to ask questions about the game now, while it's still possible to take screenshots and do some quests. I'm sure I've taken screenshots of all the conversations during the Life Day quest, just have to dig through all my screenshots and find them. The developers also re-added the Life Day events last week and they will be running until the game shuts down. So if I can't find my screenshots, I just do the quest again. Do you want screenshots of the whole quest or just a copy of what Dann says? --Craven 16:24, November 23, 2011 (UTC)
Wow! You are incredible. :) I'm just looking for what Dann says. If you could help me out with that, I would be very, very, very grateful. Don't feel like you have to do the entire quest; even the smallest bit of info would be wonderful. Thank you! :D Menkooroo 09:25, November 28, 2011 (UTC)
  • Ahhhhh! You are amazing. Really. You went so many extra miles in order to do me a favour. It's so, so, so appreciated. Let me know if there's anything, anything at all I can do for you. Thank you!!! --Menkooroo 04:33, December 2, 2011 (UTC)
  • You're welcome :o). Wasn't really hard to find these screenshots, as I only had to check the creation date of the files and search for the screenshots from December 2008 and 2009. --Craven 18:59, December 10, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Wendik[edit source]

Thanks. So apparently his last objective is not possible to complete? That would make for some tricky game mechanics in the bio. Hanzo Hasashi 21:11, December 10, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Complete Trilogy Scrapbook[edit source]

Thanks for the help. :) Hanzo Hasashi 05:29, January 5, 2012 (UTC)

Joker[edit source]

The clone trooper Joker already has an article—Joker. I went ahead and placed your uploaded Joker image into the correct article and restored Joker's redirect. Please be more careful when you're deleting redirects and replacing the redirect article's content. Thanks, JangFett (Talk) 21:20, February 6, 2012 (UTC)

Argh, thanks. Didn't see Joker, didn't expect there to be an article under another article title that wasn't linked anywhere. It's probably best to move Joker to Joker, the youmay template should be enough if someone's searching for the squad. --Craven 21:37, February 6, 2012 (UTC)

Dire-Cat in Galaxies[edit source]

They said it was a longshot, but if you're on some oher wiki, maybe this will work. I was wondering if you had any information regarding Dire-cats and ferine razorfangs from Star Wars: Galaxies. Images, info, whatever you can supply, if possible. If not, that's totally understandable, but worth a shot, eh? --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 00:22, January 14, 2014 (UTC)

Hey Craven, I work for Bloomberg Digital and we're doing a video piece on the economy of the Star Wars galaxy. We're trying to get US economy experts and Star Wars experts involved. Is this something you'd be interested in? You can e-mail me at -- 17:36, December 3, 2015 (UTC)

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