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**No problem. I was actually on an Ewok image hunt when I stumbled across the old links. I'm thinking that Romba, Machook & the "Mourning Ewok" which has somehow become Romba may actually be three different Ewoks instead of just two. Any idea who the resident Ewok expert is here on the wook? [[User:Bo Shuda|Bo Shuda]] ([[User talk:Bo Shuda|talk]]) 02:49, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
 
**No problem. I was actually on an Ewok image hunt when I stumbled across the old links. I'm thinking that Romba, Machook & the "Mourning Ewok" which has somehow become Romba may actually be three different Ewoks instead of just two. Any idea who the resident Ewok expert is here on the wook? [[User:Bo Shuda|Bo Shuda]] ([[User talk:Bo Shuda|talk]]) 02:49, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
 
***Thanks, I'll ask Savage. All of Leland's comments on the matter seem more like open-ended questions/speculation rather than definitive answers. The "Mourning Ewok" appears stockier (than the Romba shown earlier in the film when they capture the Heroes of Yavin) and the "Mourning Ewoks" hood looks more like [[Weechee Warrick]]'s from Caravan of Courage. This would make sense based on comments that [[Debbie Lee Carrington]] has been said to have played both the "Mourning Ewok" & Weechee. Also the recent Making of Return of the Jedi image that's appeared showing [[Mike Cottrell]] dressed as Romba is what made me question this & look closer at the film. [[User:Bo Shuda|Bo Shuda]] ([[User talk:Bo Shuda|talk]]) 04:27, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
 
***Thanks, I'll ask Savage. All of Leland's comments on the matter seem more like open-ended questions/speculation rather than definitive answers. The "Mourning Ewok" appears stockier (than the Romba shown earlier in the film when they capture the Heroes of Yavin) and the "Mourning Ewoks" hood looks more like [[Weechee Warrick]]'s from Caravan of Courage. This would make sense based on comments that [[Debbie Lee Carrington]] has been said to have played both the "Mourning Ewok" & Weechee. Also the recent Making of Return of the Jedi image that's appeared showing [[Mike Cottrell]] dressed as Romba is what made me question this & look closer at the film. [[User:Bo Shuda|Bo Shuda]] ([[User talk:Bo Shuda|talk]]) 04:27, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
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Hey, I just saw that you're the one who wrote [[Nala Hetsime]], so I thought I'd let you be the one to incorporate the new info from the new Rogues Gallery in Insider 146. In case you don't have access to the issue, it establishes that he's [[Unidentified Rebel pilot 7 (Hoth)]], flies under "[[Rogue 7]]", and is from [[Pa Tho]]. The blurb on him is simply: "A dour an laconic man, who was a mystery to his fellow pilots." Cheers. -- [[User:Ozzel|Ozzel]] ([[User talk:Ozzel|talk]]) 20:14, November 30, 2013 (UTC)

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Bail Antilles CT

Hey Hanzo. I'm having trouble finding a way to formulate our potential CT. In what terms would you put it? --LelalMekha (talk) 18:19, January 18, 2013 (UTC)

  • It's not really about formatting. I mean that the issue in itself may be too specific to strike a vote before discussion. I think it's best to start a SH thread first, and then move on to a CT if necessary. --LelalMekha (talk) 18:32, January 18, 2013 (UTC)
    • Done. Please have a look and tell me if I made both our points clear—I've been working all day and my brains are figuratively melting. --LelalMekha (talk) 18:40, January 18, 2013 (UTC)
      • Hey, English may not be my mother tongue, but I'm still a (French) language teacher, after all! ;-) We have the same problem in French, actually. People, especially journalists, keep misusing the word littéralement. --LelalMekha (talk) 19:14, January 18, 2013 (UTC)
  • Hi Hanzo! Apparently, our SH thread has been archived. Unfortunately, only two other editors interacted and gave their opinion on the thread. We haven't made any progress in the matter. I'd like to know if you could give me a review of the article anyway, even if you're not convinced that the pictures should stay. Regards. --LelalMekha (talk) 10:40, February 24, 2013 (UTC)

Starck

Unfortunately not as of this time. If you want to know more, this is where I took the image from. Cheers. Stake black msg 19:09, January 18, 2013 (UTC)

Re:Tanbris

Hi Hanzo. Thanks for the kind words. As far as Bradford is concerned, I'm currently researching the matter. I'll check Star Wars: Behind the Magic to see whether his name is mentioned or not, and then maybe try other sources. --LelalMekha (talk) 00:21, January 23, 2013 (UTC)

Re:Galen Torg

No problem, I'll see what I can dig up, but it may take some time. --LelalMekha (talk) 00:59, January 28, 2013 (UTC)

  • One last thing before I go to bed: you may want to check the Rebel Honor Guard article—if don't already have done it. --LelalMekha (talk) 01:50, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
    • The quote was, as you put it, just thrown in there. Oh I don't mind if you ask someone else, of course not. Why would I? Besides, I believe Menkooroo may be able to give you answers much more quickly than I do. --LelalMekha (talk) 09:34, January 28, 2013 (UTC)

Here are a few sources I already searched for Torg. As you probably expect, the results are quite poor.

  1. Star Wars: A New Hope - The Special Edition 4 –- absent
  2. Star Wars Manga: A New Hope 4 –- absent
  3. Star Wars Droids 8: Star Wars According to the Droids, Book III –- there are two guards near the entrance of the Grand Chamber, but their appearance differs significantly with what is seen in the movie. So it may be a possible appearance(?)
  4. Star Wars 6: Is This the Final Chapter? -- absent (the comic scraps the Royal Award Ceremony completely
  5. The Day after the Death Star! -- absent (there are no guards at the entrance of the Audience Chamber) --LelalMekha (talk) 10:11, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
And another thing: there is a Hasbro action figure of the Rebel Honor Guard. See the toy package here, you may dig new information. I also found out that Torg is mentioned in Star Wars: Behind the Magic: "Galen Torg. A Rebel Alliance sentry. As a reward for his dedication and courage, he was selected for honor-guard duty at the ceremony for the Heroes of Yavin." --LelalMekha (talk) 10:26, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
Fear not, I'll keep searching. But I don't think we'll find many references, though. That Honor Guard is so minor a character that he has been disregarded or forgotten most of the time. --LelalMekha (talk) 16:28, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
Indeed, but they usually have at least one line in the movie. That poor bloke doesn't, which is probably why he appears so little in A New Hope adaptations. --LelalMekha (talk) 16:33, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
I was pretty sure you'd ask about the sentries, so I prepared this. --LelalMekha (talk) 22:56, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
The way I understand the text, it only means he was an officer on Alderaan—which is the safest assumption to make. Oh, and I found another interesting thing: see this card from the Wizards of the Coast miniatures. It says that many Rebel Honor Guards were former members of the Senate Guards who refused to join Palpatine's Imperial Guards. --LelalMekha (talk) 23:10, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
All right, then. Ah! Those things you learn by only searching a little! --LelalMekha (talk) 23:23, January 28, 2013 (UTC)
  • Hey there. I think you should still include Star Wars Droids 8: Star Wars According to the Droids, Book III in the Appearances list, with a note of his different-lookingness in the BTS. The precedent I'm thinking of is... here! I think Lelal got most of the sources; the only other ones I've got are Contemporary Motivators and the PhotoComic/Cine-manga, neither of which have this guy. Menkooroo (talk) 12:16, February 6, 2013 (UTC)

FAN page reviewing

Hey, Hanzo,

I'm writing this to you on behalf of the entire Inquisitorius. At our recent meeting, we discussed the current lack of non-INQs who are actively involved in reviewing on the FAN page, and we decided that the best solution was to simply appeal to people to review more. This first paragraph is being sent verbatim to a whole bunch of people, but the following one is being written specifically for you.

OK --- you're actually one of the FAN page's most active reviewers, and I love the work you do. But I'm sending this message to pretty much everyone. We're hoping to breathe some life into the FAN page with a reviewing revolution, and we'd love to have you continue to be a part of it. You've been here long enough to know the "reviewing helps improve your writing" and "You should review a few articles every time you nom one blah blah blah" arguments, so I won't bore you with any of them. I'll just ask you to keep up the great work, and, if you want to, increase your productivity even more and become some kind of super-reviewer! Cheers, and have a great day. Menkooroo (talk) 07:37, February 11, 2013 (UTC)

Cloud City tech/Star Wars Customizable Card Game

Good catch, Hanzo. Thanks. I can't believe I didn't pick that up. Rokkur Shen (talk) 01:54, February 15, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Rodians

All right. Thanks for the heads-up.—Cal JediInfinite Empire (Personal Comm Channel) 01:02, February 23, 2013 (UTC)

Unidentified Rodians Docking Bay 94

Hanzo I don't think "possibly might NOT necessarily mention Jabba's henchmen" is a good enough reason to remove sources. Can you further explain you actions here? Also, an indirect mention is still valid. Why did you remove the Behind the Magic links? Rokkur Shen (talk) 01:31, February 23, 2013 (UTC)

  • At the time I added those, I automatically assumed that the scripts in all the sources were exactly the same as the one found on BlueHarvest.net, of which that scene is described as "Jabba the Hut and a half-dozen grisly alien pirates and purple creatures stand in the middle of the docking bay." It is possible that those henchmen might not necessarily be mentioned in all the other sources, and they might go along the lines of simply "Jabba the Hut stands in the middle of the docking bay." As an example, I know the BlueHarvest.net script includes this guy, with the passage "Admiral Piett and another captain glance at Vader in terror," but I was told in either Annotated Screenplays or BTM (forgot which), he is not mentioned, and it only says "Admiral Piett glances at Vader in terror." For that reason, I would it to be confirmed that those Rodians are somewhat mentioned. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 01:55, February 23, 2013 (UTC)
  • OK thanks, but why are we using unofficial scripts at BlueHarvest.net over officially licensed published scripts? Rokkur Shen (talk) 02:53, February 23, 2013 (UTC)
    • We are not. However, Cal has asked SavageBob for what those official sources actually say, so they will be added back if they indeed mention the Rodians. I would think all of them do, and BTM possibly also pictures them, but as I couldn't confirm I removed them to be safe. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 04:40, February 23, 2013 (UTC)
      • OK, thanks for clarifying. Glad someone's looking into it then. Rokkur Shen (talk) 12:07, February 23, 2013 (UTC)

Niado

Hey, Hanzo. I archived Niado's CAnom, but I noticed something on his talk page: His name is an anagram of "dianoga dude." Per the precedent of Seib Nod and your own Grondorn Muse, you could mention that in the BTS if you wanted. Cheers. Menkooroo (talk) 05:37, February 24, 2013 (UTC)

  • Ah, come on man, are you kidding? There's no way "dianoga dude" was an unintentional anagram. Menkooroo (talk) 01:07, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
    • Eh, I think that's doing a disservice to the reader. It can be included under the "logical deduction" bit of WP:ATT per precedent. Whether or not it's somebody's real name is completely irrelevant. Menkooroo (talk) 03:44, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
    • Sorry to push the point --- again, it is ultimately up to you --- but I do think that this is covered by this CT, which was about making obvious connections to name origins even when they're not confirmed. It's certainly more obvious than Gordon Sumner. Menkooroo (talk) 05:14, February 25, 2013 (UTC)

Soth Petikkin and Bron Burs

Hey, Hanzo. Both of those aliens appear on p. 242 of Chronicles. The information on Petikkin says, "A robed biped, Alien 25 might have been a candidate for a Jabba aide." Then, it says this about Bron Burs: " A possible rhino/elephant head." It doesn't give a name for either of them, and Burs doesn't have an alien number like most of the others on the page do. Hope this helps! ~SavageBOB sig 12:23, February 25, 2013 (UTC)

Pipelinking

Hi Hanzo, can you please explain pipelinking or point me towards the relevant policy here on the Wook? I don't understand what the big issue is. Rokkur Shen (talk) 07:16, February 27, 2013 (UTC)

Jawas

Hey Hanzo, decided to discuss this here: User talk:SavageBob#Jawas. Feel free to weigh in on this discussion, since I noticed you removed my additions to R'kik D'nec's page. Rokkur Shen (talk) 03:06, March 7, 2013 (UTC)

Chief gunnery officer

Hi Hanzo, I'm happy to help out. Essentially, the sourcebook includes a short story titled "This Guy Just Doesn't Care," which is supposedly IU testimony from Reagal Eron, the chief gunnery officer of the Star Destroyer Eradicator. Eron recounts how, while serving as an adjutant to the Imperial Governor Isis, he witnessed Boba Fett collect a bounty from Isis for the capture of the pirate Feldrall Okor. The exact time-frame of this is event is unclear, but it seems to be set roughly around the time of the Galactic Civil War. This is probably more information than you need; good luck with update. --Jinzler (talk) 18:33, April 7, 2013 (UTC)

  • No, there isn't anything there that indicates the character's gender. --Jinzler (talk) 20:50, April 7, 2013 (UTC)

Cariso Smadis

Hey Hanzo! No problem, just give me a few hours and I'll check the sources I own. --LelalMekha (talk) 14:38, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

  • As a matter of fact, I may need a few informations in order to help you correctly. Coudl you please show me where this guy is meant to be in that scene? All I can see is a bunch of guys with bike helmet, so it's not too easy to differentiate them. --LelalMekha (talk) 14:52, April 9, 2013 (UTC)
    • Now that's too bad. I still can check if you want, but as I said, the adaptations essentially feature a bunch of faceless, interchangeable extras with the same silly helmet. --LelalMekha (talk) 20:49, April 10, 2013 (UTC)
      • Oh, by the way, I saw that you just nominated Galen Torg. I remember seeing one or two weeks ago some kind of conceptual drawing for the original trilogy on which the alternate guards seen in Star Wars Droids 8: Star Wars According to the Droids, Book III were obviously based. Unfortunately, I can't seem to remember in which darned book I saw it... I may inquire if you feel like it. --LelalMekha (talk) 22:08, April 10, 2013 (UTC)
        • Just in case, I found it: it's a costume sketch for the Rebel ceremony guards drawn by John Mollo. It can be seen in The Art of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. The guard shown on the left of that panel from According to the Droids is clearly traced from Mollo's sketch. --LelalMekha (talk) 22:24, April 10, 2013 (UTC)
          • Unfortunately, I cannot access BTM for the time being. I'm sorry for the inconvenience, especially since I'm (apparently) one of the last users who owns a working copy of it. :s --LelalMekha (talk) 22:32, April 10, 2013 (UTC)
            • I still own most adaptations, however, so feel free to ask at any time. You see, books have a clear advantage on CD-ROMs: event decades later, you still can read them. ;) --LelalMekha (talk) 22:37, April 10, 2013 (UTC)
  • Basically, I've got adapations pertaining to the three original movies and TPM. As far as AOTC and ROTS are concerned, I'm less well equipped. --LelalMekha (talk) 22:44, April 10, 2013 (UTC)

Unidentified stormtrooper (Central Core Shaft)

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SW Trailer

Here's the teaser trailer for ANH. The stormtroopers can be seen at 1:02. I hope this helps, JangFett (Talk) 14:23, April 18, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Hydromech droid

Hey, sorry for not answering sooner, but I've been kind of busy these days. I still have other sources to check, but that droid doesn't appear in any of the comic book adaptations (Marvel or Special Edition), neither is it shown in the Golden Book releases, the Star Wars Storybook or in the TokyoPop cine-manga. --LelalMekha (talk) 15:27, April 22, 2013 (UTC)

Nemet

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Treblanc

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WOTM

Hey Hanzo, just wanted to say thanks for supporting my nomination for WOTM last month. I really appreciate it. Supreme Emperor (talk) 13:59, May 2, 2013 (UTC)

M'kae Lines

Here are some of the M'kae quest dialogue. There is more, but I just need to sort through it later:

Player = P M’kae = M

  • M: Good day. Would you, a loyal member of the Empire, know the whereabouts of a pilot named Cal Handro?
  • P: Yes, sir. I have come to tell you where he is.
  • M: Very good. I knew that he would be discovered soon. Where is the traitor?
  • P: Tierce Martano will send you the coordinates.
  • M: That no-good gambler? It shouldn't surprise me that he lied to us. Of course, if he cooperates now, I won't have him arrested.
  • P: He will. Just send him a message with my name. He's waiting for it.
  • M: Excellent. I'll have the pilot sent to a safe house where you will pick him up.
  • P: Me? Why am I still involved?
  • M: Right now, you are the one that I trust most. Talk to the head guard when you get there for a status report.
  • P: Just point me in the right direction.

StarsiderSWG (talk) 02:18, May 8, 2013 (UTC)

Okay, it should be noted that apparently Rebel players could do this quest too, by blackmailing M'kae (the quest dialogue above was between M'kae and an Imperial player).

If a Rebel player were to speak to M'kae and try to trick him, M'kae would say this:

  • P: I have come to tell you where he is.
  • M: I have heard of you [Player Name]. You are not a member of Imperial Military. You are sadly mistaken if you think that I will fall for a trap.
  • P: But I want to help!
  • M: Then I suggest that you go to your local recruitment officer, beg forgiveness, and join the ranks of the military.
  • P: You and your Imperialist ways will not win this war.
  • M: Watch us.

The exchange below is what was said if a Rebel were to successfully do the quest involving M'kae:

  • M: What do you want, rebel dog?
  • P: I want to know what you did with Cal Handro.
  • M: Of course you do. And of course, I won't tell you.

(Then, apparently some point later on)

  • M: You again? I think I'm done with you. I'm going to have you arrested.
  • P: Certainly. And when you do, this journal of yours will go with me.
  • M: I beg your pardon?
  • P: Imperial Security will be happy to find a traitor that deals with Rebel sympathizers. (not exactly sure what this refers to yet)
  • M: But... where did... you can't...
  • P: I can and will, unless you tell me where the pilot is.
  • M: Fine, you won't be able to catch him anyway. He's taking a last trip out to show a new pilot his route to Kashyyyk. Then, in exchange for his life, he will tell us everything about the Rebellion that he knows and we will give him a new identity. You can't do anything to stop it.
  • P: Watch me.
  • M: You will fail. Mark my words.

I'll get more for you today I think. I'm going to put the dialogue in a word document and just upload it for easier reading. Hopefully in the process the quest line(s) will appear more comprehensible too StarsiderSWG (talk) 20:49, May 20, 2013 (UTC)

Duron Veertag

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Re:Galen Torg

Yeah, I'm aware. Any luck finding other sources? JangFett (Talk) 20:39, May 19, 2013 (UTC)

Galen Torg

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Re:OOM-9

Hey Hanzo. The game says that OOM-9 was definitely deactivated, but it says nothing about him actually being destroyed. Ciao. Commander Code-8 G'day, mate 05:01, May 26, 2013 (UTC)

Good news

Hey, Hanzo. I just wanted to let you (and any curious user who saw this in the recent changes and clicked) know that I picked up The Annotated Screenplays at a used bookshop today. It's a real gem. Feel free to ask me anything! Menkooroo (talk) 15:04, May 29, 2013 (UTC)

Re:Deacon

BTM: I can't really make him out, but it seems he's standing behind Dodonna on the left side. He is mentioned in the Annotated Screenplays. "Dodonna and several other dignitaries stand behind the Princess Leia." JangFett (Talk) 13:28, June 3, 2013 (UTC)

  • Included in BTM, the revised fourth draft has "Dodonna and several other dignitaries sit on the left of the Princess Leia." The image that I'm looking at is from the movie. The scene prior to the end credits. Most the faces, minus the ones in the forefront (Luke, Han, Leia, Chewie) are blurry. JangFett (Talk) 13:50, June 3, 2013 (UTC)
    • Yes, it's like that but smaller and the sides are cut off a bit. I was trying to look for his exact image (I'm looking at the infobox image and comparing). JangFett (Talk) 13:59, June 3, 2013 (UTC)
      • No, I can't find that image. JangFett (Talk) 14:58, June 3, 2013 (UTC)

TK-934

Hanzo, could you please check if your objection to TK-934 has been satisfied? Its the only thing preventing it from passing. Thanks, 501st dogma(talk) 15:08, June 9, 2013 (UTC)

  • No problem. :) 501st dogma(talk) 21:58, June 9, 2013 (UTC)

Re: General Otto's height

Hey Hanzo. Thanks for your input on the matter! However, both the old and new official databanks on StarWars.com mention the stormtroopers' height as 1.83 m; there's no mention of the clone troopers in particular, it's given as the standard height for the stormtroopers in general. Most real-life armies have height standards, if only because it looks "better" when all your soldiers are around the same height. Additionally, Princess Leia did confirm the Empire had such standards when she first met Luke in a stormtrooper armor and said: "Aren't you a bit short for a stormtrooper?"—remember that Luke was only 1.72 meters, about ten centimers shorter that your average white-clad Imperial. --LelalMekha (talk) 23:09, June 17, 2013 (UTC)

  • Addendum: I also noted that the old databank mentioned standard heights for other Imperial groups such as the Imperial Navy trooper and the Imperial gunners (1.80 meters in both cases). And another, stronger piece of evidence: the old databank's article on the stormtrooper armor also featured the fateful 1.83 meters figure in its infobox. I believe that leaves very little doubt. --LelalMekha (talk) 23:21, June 17, 2013 (UTC)

You are still doing copy-edits? Right?

Heya there, Hanzo! I've been away because of some real-life things for a time, and left behind a FAN (which obviously failed because I disappeared) I'm hoping to revive. I've been fixing things Floyd pointed out back then and think I got most of them done now. And as usual, it needs a copy-edit. Could you be a sweetheart and take a look? Thanks in advance. I hope your summer is going well!--Dionne Jinn (Something to say?) 21:36, June 20, 2013 (UTC)

Thanks a lot, Hanzo. I'll be re-nominating it in a moment. I admit: I wonder if Lost Reef had a slave circuit and if it carried Car'das's private library... (Just thinking the ship kind of fits with some older descriptions of Car'das's ship...) But we can't theorize on these things, no, not without official say-so...--Dionne Jinn (Something to say?) 17:11, June 22, 2013 (UTC)

Copy-edit for the Hand of Thrawn datacard

Hi there again, Hanzo! I'm becoming a real pest on your talk page. And begging for another copy-edit. Could you take a look at The Hand of Thrawn datacard article for me, please?--Dionne Jinn (Something to say?) 18:34, July 8, 2013 (UTC)

dat Deacon

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Horny

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RE: Beru in the Character Encyclopedia

In regards to your question on IRC, there doesn't appear to much more to add to the article. A possible mention of her wearing "Rough clothing made in Anchorhead" and wearing "desert boots" or her "knowing the truth about Luke's father, and respects Owen's desire to protect Luke from following in Anakin's footsteps." It also mentions she is "hard working and self-reliant and well equipped to deal with most of the dangers encountered in the Tatooine desert." Hope this helps, and if you have any more questions let me know. <-Omicron(Leave a message at the BEEP!) 04:28, July 29, 2013 (UTC)

Cariso Smadis

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Brangus Glee's species

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M'kae and Blackmailer

Sorry for the delay with the info on M'kae. I haven't forgotten! It's just proven a bit more complicated to figure out the correct chronological order and context for the dialogue. But I plan to put the quotes in a word document to make that easier. As for the blackmailer character, I'll look into it, but I'm fairly confident that the clothing and weapon were randomized. Unfortunately, it may be impossible to really reach a definitive conclusion one way or another. I have all but one of the SWG guides as a PDF file I think. I'll take a look and get back to you on Reshad. StarsiderSWG (talk) 22:40, August 2, 2013 (UTC)

  • It's highly likely he would have looked exactly like the Imperial recruiters in the game (all of which essentially looked the same, wearing an Imperial uniform with brown eyes/hair). Unfortunately, I could never find a screenshot of him by searching online either. Probably the only way to get an idea of what he looked like in the game would be to take the SWG TRE files and somehow mod him into SWG Emu. However, I have no idea how to do that (assuming it's even possible). StarsiderSWG (talk) 22:59, August 5, 2013 (UTC)
    • I looked through the files again, and compiled a word document with all relevant dialogue pertaining to M'kae for the Imperial version of the quest. I also have the dialogue for the Rebel version of the quest. I now have a better understanding of the whole quest storyline. The text is kind of long, so how should I best show it to you? Should I just paste it here? StarsiderSWG (talk) 01:39, August 18, 2013 (UTC)
      • Alrighty. Before I post this wall of text, just one more thing. Palejo Reshad does not seem to be mentioned in any of the SWG guides. The only SWG guide I don't have access to is the Jump to Lightspeed one. But it seems very doubtful that he'd be mentioned in that guide, if he wasn't mentioned in the others. Anyways, here is the relevant dialogue for the IMPERIAL VERSION of the Secrets of the Syren Quest. I have the Rebel version, and can post that too now if you like?
  • IN BESTINE CANTINA
  • (Player does a series of tasks for an Imperial named Jevan Monsul, regarding the whereabouts of a missing pilot named Cal Handro. When the player completes these tasks, Jevan Monsul gives the following dialogue.)
  • Jevan Monsul: Go out to Rori, to the Martano estate. Talk to Tierce Martano and find out what he knows. After this, though, I'm out. I have been...reassigned. Maybe the investigator will be able to help you further.
  • Player: Who is this investigator? Where is the Martano estate?
  • Jevan Monsul: The investigator is Officer M'kae and I'll give you the coordinates to the Martano Estate. Good luck (Player Name).
  • (The player goes to the Martano Estate on Rori and speaks to Tierce Martano, an apparently shady individual who delves into gambling. After this, the player reports their findings to M'kae in Restuss, who is acting as the investigator for the case of the missing pilot, Cal Handro.)
  • AT RESTUSS
  • Player = P
  • M’kae = M
  • M: Good day. Would you, a loyal member of the Empire, know the whereabouts of a pilot named Cal Handro?
  • P: Yes, sir. I have come to tell you where he is.
  • M: Very good. I knew that he would be discovered soon. Where is the traitor?
  • P: Tierce Martano will send you the coordinates.
  • M: That no-good gambler? It shouldn't surprise me that he lied to us. Of course, if he cooperates now, I won't have him arrested.
  • P: He will. Just send him a message with my name. He's waiting for it.
  • M: Excellent. I'll have the pilot sent to a safe house where you will pick him up.
  • P: Me? Why am I still involved?
  • M: Right now, you are the one that I trust most. Talk to the head guard when you get there for a status report.
  • P: Just point me in the right direction.
  • AT IMPERIAL SAFE HOUSE
  • Player = P
  • Head Guard = G
  • Unknown = U
  • G: I'm glad to see you, (Player Name). Officer M'kae said that you would be here soon.
  • P: What is the situation?
  • G: We have him confined, but he barricaded the door. It shouldn't be long for us to subdue him.
  • P: Excellent. That's what I like to hear.
  • G: Hey, what's that? I think we're being attacked!
  • (3 Mercenary Soldier NPCs attack player)
  • (Once killed, Mercenary Leader NPC spawns to attack player)
  • (Once killed, player speaks to Head Guard again)
  • U: It's taking too long. Send in the guards!
  • G: Report!! What did you say?! He's gotten away?
  • P: What happened?
  • G: My guards are reporting that the attack was a diversion and that the pilot is gone! While we were busy, another group of Rebels smuggled him out! This is a disaster!
  • P: Calm down, I think I know of someone that can tell me where he is going.
  • G: You do? Who?
  • P: I'm going to have a chat with a rebel named Wolff Kalos.
  • G: Good luck with that!
  • (The player goes to speak to a Rebel named Wolff Kalos in Narmle, believed to be responsible for the operation which freed the pilot. The player can bribe Kalos for 10,000 credits for information on Cal Handro's whereabouts. If the player fails to bribe Kalos, they would have to return to M'kae to try another idea.)
  • (It should be noted that the Rebel version of this quest essentially mirrored the Imperial version. Instead of working for M'kae, the Rebels would work for Wolff Kalos. Wolff Kalos would also direct players to a safe house, where an attack freed Cal Handro. They accused another group of freeing him. The Rebel player then goes to M'kae to either blackmail him (there was proof that one of M'kae's pilots was a Rebel spy) or bribe him for 10,000 credits on information on Handro's whereabouts, the same way Imperials go to Kalos to bribe or threaten him for information.)
  • BACK IN RESTUSS
  • M: Did you find out where Handro is?
  • P: Wolff Kalos knows, but won't tell me. (This is only if the player fails to successfully bribe Kalos for 10,000 credits.)
  • M: We've had our eyes on him. Recently, I tracked down a small base where he sometimes operates from. I'll bet that they have records on him and his family. They would need a next of kin contact. You can do something with that.
  • P: Interesting. I should kidnap his family?
  • M: I don't think that will be necessary. You only need to threaten to do something to make him cave.
  • P: What's my next move?
  • M: Go to his base and get the information from the computers. While you are at it, take a few of those rebels down. I believe that base's leader is General Garax Hadriin. I'll put the information in your journal.
  • (Player goes to a Rebel bunker on Rori under the command of General Garax Hadriin. The player kills Hadriin and any other Rebels in the base and acquires information on Wolff Kalos' family.)
  • (If the player failed at bribing Kalos, they once again return to him, this time threatening his family for information. Kalos caves, and supplies information on the whereabouts of Cal Handro.)
  • Wolff Kalos (after having his family threatened): Fine, you won't be able to catch him anyway. He's taking a last trip out to show a new pilot his route to Kashyyyk. Then, in exchange for his life, he will tell us everything about the Empire's plans and we will give him a new identity. I hope you get stepped on by an AT-AT!
  • (With the information on hand, the player launches to space to destroy Cal Handro. Cal Handro is in the Naboo system, apparently en route to Kashyyyk. He onboard a capitol ship and escorted by 3 ships, an A-Wing, X-Wing and B-Wing.)
  • M: Welcome back. I take it you won?
  • P: Well, I destroyed his ship.
  • M: Great work soldier!
  • P: For the good of the Empire!
  • M: And such good work deserves a reward. I have a new type of carbine. It is now yours.
  • P: Thank you, sir.
  • (M'kae gives the player 5,000 credits and a Special Ops Bola Carbine)
  • (If the player fails at destroying Cal Handro, the following dialogue takes place, and repeats until the play succeeds in the quest.)
  • M: Welcome back. I take it you won?
  • P: No, I failed and he got out of the sector.
  • M: One moment while I check...It appears that he did not. His hyperdrive was damaged, but I would assume that by now, he has made repairs. You still have a chance to stop him. Get up there!
  • P: I will bring him down.
  • M: I hope so, for your sake.


StarsiderSWG (talk) 02:00, August 18, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Rebel Honor Guard

Hi Hanzo. You're probably right on that point, I may have to change it soon. Thanks for pointing that out. --LelalMekha (talk) 14:54, August 7, 2013 (UTC)

Mickey Mouse

Hello again! As you may have noticed, I have drastically expanded that non-canon article about Mickey Mouse the Jedi Master. In a way, it's a pity to have spent so much time on a jocular article, but hey, I'm afraid I just got carried along! However, I've been working on it so much that I can't properly read it anymore—you know how it is—and I wondered if you could check it out some day. Cheers. --LelalMekha (talk) 22:14, August 7, 2013 (UTC)

Rebel Version of the Quest Involving M'Kae

  • SECRETS OF THE SYREN (REBEL VERSION)
  • IN NARMLE ON RORI
  • Player = P
  • Wolff Kalos = W
  • W: You wouldn't happen to know a Cal Handro, would you?
  • P: Actually, I do. I have come to tell you where he is.
  • W: Really? This is the best news that I've had all day! Where is the little kole?
  • P: Tierce Martano will send you the coordinates.
  • W: Him? He didn't help us before. Can we even trust him?
  • P: Tierce owes me one. Give him my name in your message.
  • W: Excellent. I'll have the pilot sent to a safe house where you will pick him up.
  • P: Me? Why am I still involved?
  • W: Right now, you are the only one that I trust. Talk to the head guard when you get there for a status report.
  • (As with the Imperial working for M'kae, the safe house is raided, the and pilot is freed)
  • P: What happened?
  • Head Guard: My guards are reporting that the attack was a diversion and that the pilot is gone! While we were busy, another group smuggled him out! This is a disaster!
  • P: Calm down, I think I know of someone that can tell me where he is going.
  • Head Guard: You do? Who?
  • P: I'm going to have a chat with an Imperial named Officer M'kae.
  • Head Guard: Good luck with that!
  • (The Rebel player pays a visit to M'kae in Restuss to acquire information on Cal Handro's information. There are two ways to achieve this: bribery or blackmail. If the player succeeded in bribing M'kae, they will immediately be given information on Handro's whereabouts. If the player fails at blackmailing M'kae, they must acquire evidence to blackmail M'kae. The dialogue below is for if the player succeeds in blackmailing M'kae)
  • M'kae: What do you want, rebel dog?
  • P: I want to know what you did with Cal Handro.
  • M: Of course you do. And of course, I won't tell you.
  • P: I can think of 5,000 reasons why you will.
  • M: Perhaps I can think of 10,000 reasons why I might say something.
  • P: That's a fair price. I will give you 10,000 credits.
  • M: He's taking a last trip out to show a new pilot his route to Kashyyyk. Then, in exchange for his life, he will tell us everything about the Rebellion that he knows and we will give him a new identity. You can do nothing to stop it.
  • (The Rebel player then goes to space, destroys Cal Handro, and returns to Wolff Kalos for the reward. The dialogue below is if the Rebel fails at blackmailing M'kae.)
  • M'kae: What do you want, rebel dog?
  • P: I want to know what you did with Cal Handro.
  • M: Of course you do. And of course, I won't tell you.
  • P: I can think of 5,000 reasons why you will.
  • M: Perhaps I can think of 10,000 reasons why I might say something.
  • P: I don't have 10,000 credits on me.
  • M: Well, I don't seem to have the information that you want on me either.
  • P: You won't tell me now. But you will, trust me.
  • M: Think again, scum.
  • (The Rebel player, if failing at blackmailing M'kae, returns to Wolff Kalos)
  • Wolff Kalos: Did you find out where Cal is?
  • P: Officer M'Kae knows, but won't tell me.
  • W: I know who he is! I'll bet that his superiors wouldn't be too happy that one of his pilots was a rebel spy.
  • P: But he betrayed us also.
  • W: Yes, but they don't know that...if you can get the proof from his records.
  • P: How should I do that?
  • W: Well, I got the access codes to his home base. I want you to go in there, and cause some chaos. Kill the boss and then find some kind of incriminating evidence. It will probably be in a computer terminal there.
  • (Player goes to the Imperial base, kills Imperials, and acquires a datapad with information used to blackmail M'kae. The player goes back to M'kae, to this time blackmail him)
  • M'kae: You again? I think I'm done with you. I'm going to have you arrested.
  • P: Certainly. And when you do, this journal of yours will go with me.
  • M: I beg your pardon?
  • P: Imperial Security will be happy to find a traitor that deals with Rebel sympathizers.
  • M: But... where did... you can't...
  • P: I can and will, unless you tell me where the pilot is.
  • M: Fine, you won't be able to catch him anyway. He's taking a last trip out to show a new pilot his route to Kashyyyk. Then, in exchange for his life, he will tell us everything about the Rebellion that he knows and we will give him a new identity. You can't do anything to stop it.
  • P: Watch me.
  • M: You will fail. Mark my words.

StarsiderSWG (talk) 02:32, August 18, 2013 (UTC)

    • Doesn't look like he was mentioned in any of the SWG guides at all. If you have any other questions though, don't hesitate to ask! Especially about the overall quest story. One of the difficulties in expanding the M'kae article will be determining which story is the canon one - the Rebel or Imperial version? Was it M'kae who wanted to kill Cal Handro after he was rescued by Wolff Kalos, or was it Wolff Kalos who wanted to kill Cal Handro after he was rescued by M'kae? Maybe it's possible to write the article in a way that kind of merges both sides of the stories, or leaves it vague, but I'm not sure. StarsiderSWG (talk) 14:24, August 18, 2013 (UTC)
      • Also, this might be of some interest to you. If you were a Rebel player working for Wolff Kalos, and you elected to blackmail M'kae, you'd be sent to M'kae's "home base." I believe I have an image of the bunker, which was located just outside Narmle; if you'd like to include it in the article. StarsiderSWG (talk) 16:32, August 18, 2013 (UTC)
        • Okay cool. I decided to just make a quick article on the subject: Imperial Base (Rori). There were some interior screenshots, but not very good quality. Also, not sure of it's location. It may not have been near Narmle. StarsiderSWG (talk) 22:02, August 18, 2013 (UTC)

First EduCorps meeting

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Rebel Honor Guard

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Unidentified Rebel Honor Guard (Royal Award Ceremony) has been approved by the AgriCorps and awarded Good status. Feel free to add the {{User GA}} template to your userpage to acknowledge your hard work. The AgriCorps thanks you for your efforts, and looks forward to future nominations from you! — Toprawa and Ralltiir (talk) 23:02, August 18, 2013 (UTC)

Attark

Hi there. What's your email address? I can email you a Notepad file that contains quotes from a number of sources on Attark/Hoover. Some sources you will have to look up yourself, though as this document does have information from all the places that you requested. --Eyrezer (talk) 02:48, August 24, 2013 (UTC)

M'Kae Pictures

Thought you might want these, hehe. Images of what M'Kae looked like in SWG. Note the green eyes (which seem to contradict the article a bit): http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:M%27KaeSWG2.jpg & http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:M%27KaeSWG.jpg StarsiderSWG (talk) 02:24, August 26, 2013 (UTC)

Behind the Magic

Hey, Hanzo -- I just wanted to let you know I haven't forgotten about your request for information on Attark. I found my copy of Behind the Magic, only now I'm having trouble running it. I'll have to dig out my old computer and see if it'll run on that. Stay tuned! ~SavageBOB sig 11:35, August 29, 2013 (UTC)

Unidentified Rebel Honor Guard (Royal Award Ceremony)‎

Hi Hanzo Hasashi, I think the article should link to Galen Torg. If someone stumbles across the article for the first time, it is not apparent who the other honor guard is that he was standing with in the film. Bo Shuda (talk) 04:32, August 30, 2013 (UTC)

  • I see. I guess it's a personal opinion. I personally would pipe-link it at the very least. It just makes it easier to find less notable characters that are related in some capacity. Bo Shuda (talk) 08:24, September 2, 2013 (UTC)

Hoover in BTM

Hey, Hanzo. Sorry for the delay on this, but I had to search for a workaround to get Behind the Magic to run on my new computer. There's this entry in the glossary: "Hoover - A quadruped alien with a long, disproportionate snout and large eyes. Hoover was a member of Jabba the Hutt's court until the crime lord was killed and his organization shattered." That's it; no other pictures or mentions of him as far as I can tell. Note that he's named "Hoover" here and not "Attark," too. ~SavageBOB sig 13:39, August 30, 2013 (UTC)

  • Thanks for the info. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 14:32, August 30, 2013 (UTC)

WOTM nomination

Thank you for supporting my nomination of WOTM for September 2013 as result for recognizing my work and hopefully some improvement for our beloved wookieepedia. -- Jedi Marty (talk) 23:15, August 31, 2013 (UTC)

Soth Petikkin's species

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Murttoc Yine

Hey Hanzo, would you be able to point out which page Murttoc Yine is shown on in Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition. I can't seem to find it. Bo Shuda (talk) 08:27, September 2, 2013 (UTC)

  • Thanks for the quick response, Hanzo. I see the source in question is nowhere to be found over on the Yodapedia version of Murttoc's page so I'll ask Sompeetalay his thoughts before removing it as a source. Bo Shuda (talk) 06:52, September 3, 2013 (UTC)

Murttoc

Hey Hanzo, if you play around with brightness/contrast while watching the blu-ray film in slow motion and compare it to the image uploaded to the unidentified human female page it is clearly Murttoc. The tell-tale sign is the red undergarments that contrast with the black cloak that finishes just under his chin and runs vertically down his left and right sides leaving his chest exposed. I've been discussing this with Sompeetalay and he agrees that it is Murttoc. Bo Shuda (talk) 00:28, September 6, 2013 (UTC)

  • Also, this scene only appears in the post-special edition releases. It didn't exist in the original theatrical release. Bo Shuda (talk) 00:30, September 6, 2013 (UTC)
    • Since confirming with Sompeetalay the specific picture within The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition to which he was referring to, I went back and re-watched Classic Creatures: Return of the Jedi. A similarly angled shot is in the documentary that shows Murttoc once again in the vicinity of the Unidentified Human female who is standing behind Sy Snootles in the documentary. I've added the appearance to his page. Hope that helps. Bo Shuda (talk) 02:24, September 7, 2013 (UTC)
      • UPDATE: I got curious by his inclusion in Classic Creatures. He's there in the original theatrical as well talking to the unidentified human female in the very first scene of the Lapti Nek musical number as well as "Lapti Nek" The Music Video from Jabba's Palace. Without the other sources backing up his location it would have been hard to tell given the quality of the source material, but it's him. His location and that of the human female change from Sy Snootles left-hand side to later on her right-hand side but I believe this is due to cut frames that exist only in the classic creatures doco showing the woman walking from the left of the stage to the right behind sy snootles.
  • Hi Hanzo, was just informed that a picture of Murttoc appears in one of the original Bantha Tracks newsletters from the early 80's but am unsure which issue or how to source it as I don't think we have a Bantha Tracks citation template. Bo Shuda (talk) 04:02, October 18, 2013 (UTC)
    • I know that they were printed with copyright pointing to Black Falcon Ltd. and were published as the official fan club newsletter so I can't see why they wouldn't be...I'd be surprised if no one has info related to them as they were also published on Hyperspace a few years back. Bo Shuda (talk) 04:28, October 18, 2013 (UTC)

CA's

Hey Hanzo, technically it is a requirement, as per rule 3 on the CAN page, that articles must be sourced with all available sources and appearances. Hope that helps. Supreme Emperor (talk) 03:05, September 6, 2013 (UTC)

Blackmailer

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Reason for reversion

Hi Hanzo. You recently reverted one of my edits without stating a reason. In the future, I would greatly appreciate if you could put a brief explanation for the reason of the reversion. For example, something brief such as, "Does not flow with article," or "Wrong definition" would suffice. When an edit is reverted with no stated reason, it leaves the editor confused. Thank you kindly.--Richterbelmont10 (come in R2!) 20:00, September 10, 2013 (UTC)

  • Hello Richter, your edit was already linked in the article I believe, so it was redundant to add it again. Also you gave a redirect, as Dismemberment is the proper link. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 01:32, September 11, 2013 (UTC)

EduCorps Meeting 2

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Iasa and Yerka Mig

Sure, I'll see what I can do. JangFett (Talk) 15:33, September 16, 2013 (UTC)

Kenner Blog

Hello, I noticed that you moved the Kenner Action Names blog to the External links section in Yoxgit's article. I was wondering what reason you had for doing so, since the other official blog is still in the sources section. Thank you for your time.--Exiled Jedi Oldrepublic crest (Greetings) 01:08, September 18, 2013 (UTC)

Duron Veertag

Duron Veertag was approved for GA status WITH the comic image in the infobox, so therefore the AC must have also agreed the comic image is Veertag. On the first page of the comic it states, "The Triad of Judgement is hereby reconvened. Presiding General Rieekan, General Veertag, and Princess Organa." General Rieekan does not have black hair. Veertag does. This is Duron Veertag. - JMAS Jolly Trooper Hey, it's me! 06:48, September 19, 2013 (UTC)

  • I explain in more convincing detail on Veertag's talk page. - JMAS Jolly Trooper Hey, it's me! 15:15, September 19, 2013 (UTC)
    • Good job noticing that. I guess I missed that when I was looking at the panels myself, and so did several others. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 19:38, September 19, 2013 (UTC)

Thul Fain

Hi Hanzo, I've removed the info about Thain aboard the Khetanna at the time of the Battle of the Great Pit of Carkoon as he does not appear there in the film given the differing shooting locations. We can't imply that he was there simply because Decipher photoshopped a production image over a background still from the film. At best I think we can agree that he was aboard the Khetanna at some point but that's probably not even worthy of a mention. Bo Shuda (talk) 00:16, September 20, 2013 (UTC)

  • I was unaware of that page. However, yes I believe the same needs to be applied to it as well but am unaware if there is any policy informing this. It seems like an awful stretch which is bordering on speculation. Neither card states that they were there surrounding the events of the Battle of the Great Pit of Carkoon. How it passed comprehensive in this stage I do not know but it may be up for community wide debate. Bo Shuda (talk) 11:18, September 20, 2013 (UTC)

Attark

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Encyclopedia Morseerian

Just to hash this out without reverting again: My understanding is that a source is only a "source" and not a "Po" source if it says something about the subject. If a Morseerian merely appears in the background of a video clip, it seems that the source doesn't really "say" anything about Morseerians, it merely shows one. What's your reading on the distinction? ~SavageBOB sig 16:47, September 21, 2013 (UTC)

  • Well the (Picture only) tag isn't accurate as the Morseerian is in a video clip and not a picture. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 16:48, September 21, 2013 (UTC)
    • I don't follow. The word "pictured" can be used for moving images, too. ~SavageBOB sig 20:36, September 21, 2013 (UTC)
      • No it's a video clip. I think a tag to use would be (Video clip only). Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 22:17, September 21, 2013 (UTC)

Otto FAN

Hello! Thanks to recent research by StarsiderSWG, one of the last persons here who still owns a Galaxies game, there have been significant additions to the "Put on the sidelines" section of Otto's article. Since you've already voted for its FA nomination, I send you this message so you can have a look at the recent additions and, if the need arises, remove your support vote. I don't want people who voted to feel cheated because they supported the nom before the article was complete—without my knowledge. Have a good day! --LelalMekha (talk) 13:15, September 25, 2013 (UTC)

Murttoc Yine

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Force Collection as a source

I see you've been putting it in the Sources section, but should it rather be in the appearances as an ambiguous source since it does have that quasi-storyline in the form of Events? Corellian PremierJedi symbolThe Force will be with you always 21:49, October 6, 2013 (UTC)

  • Well I've looked at the whole site and see no real events, just cards with info, no different from sets such as the Star Wars Customizable Card Game or Jedi Knights Trading Card Game. If there's a storyline, then that part of the game is an appearance, but individual cards are sources. And I see no reason for it to not be full canon, as it has no contradictions of any sort. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 22:16, October 6, 2013 (UTC)

Soth Petikkin's race = Tefaun

Hi, Hanzo! I've obtained confirmation from Abel Peña that the "Tefaun" species was meant to be Soth Petikkin's species--see here. Since it was one of your GAs, you may be interested. --LelalMekha (talk) 10:46, October 8, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Request

Sorry for the late reply Hanzo. I'd love to help out but have been and continue to be rather busy at the moment. If I get around to whipping out Jedi soon I'll let you know what I come up with. From memory I remember that Rennek and Palejo Reshad appear to be conversing with each other in a number of scenes. So there's definitely a connection between the two. Ardon, I'm a little fuzzy on at the moment sorry. Take care! Bo Shuda (talk) 03:47, October 10, 2013 (UTC)

Imperial dignitaries

Hey, Hanzo, sorry for the belated reply on this guy. Before I check the scripts for mention of the dignitaries, can you give me some idea where they might appear in the film? I don't remember them in Jedi -- what scenes should I check for? Also, do you know where I can find the uncropped version of that guy's infobox photo? That'll help me when I check BTM. Thanks, ~SavageBOB sig 10:44, October 11, 2013 (UTC)

  • OK, the scripts do refer to "Imperial dignitaries," but that's it. And that dude is pictured in BTM, in the "Empire" section. No information on him, though. Hope this helps! ~SavageBOB sig 12:33, October 14, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Ellberger

Thanks for reminding me, I meant to do it earlier but forgot about it.--Exiled Jedi Oldrepublic crest (Greetings) 16:37, October 12, 2013 (UTC)

EduCorps Meeting 4

Greetings fellow EduCorps! Our fourth meeting will be held Saturday October 26 at 7 PM ET. I hope to see your there! Gal-icon OLIOSTER (talk) 14:22, October 13, 2013 (UTC)

M'kae

Sorry for the delay - some RL issues forced me off the Wook for an extended period. Objection struck, however. Thanks for the patience. - Sir Cavalier of OneFarStar(Squadron channel) 22:39, October 14, 2013 (UTC)

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Hobbie helmet comments

I'm curious as to why the comments about Hobbie's helmet being reused in other films was removed. It seems like perfectly valid behind the scenes information for the article. --JMM (talk) 01:40, October 25, 2013 (UTC)

Insider 2014

Hey Hanzo. If you can, come and visit me on FB, we'll talk about the Motti update. --LelalMekha (talk) 15:48, November 2, 2013 (UTC)

Death Star air shaft yada yada

Here are both pages about the air shafts aboard the DS-1 and the unfortunate incursion of Rebel terrorists. I'll let you work out which of your people are depicted and what additional information should go in your articles. An interesting note that could perhaps be mentioned is that footage of the incident was transmitted to an Imperial communications complex on Galvoni III. Also, let me know if you need any images from the book uploaded to Wookieepedia, as imgur recompresses them rather nastily. -- Darth Culator (Talk) 00:30, November 10, 2013 (UTC)

Star Wars Illustrated: A New Hope

Hello Hanzo! I didn't buy these trading cards yet (definitely added to my wish list), but I found several of them on eBay. Only Leia and Threepio appear on the "In the War Room" card. The "Yavin Ceremony" card pictures Luke, Leia and Han, with Threepio, Chewbacca, Jan Dodonna and another individual (Major Arhul Hextrophon, I think) in the background. And the "Captain Antilles Caught" card pictures Antilles flanked by two stormtroopers.
Here are the links to the eBay pages:

I hope that I helped you.--LennyF (talk) 15:10, November 11, 2013 (UTC)

Re:Motti update

Sorry for not replying eariler. Thanks for the new information. :) I'll be reorganizing the bts as well because of Jason Fry's author notes. JangFett (Talk) 13:00, November 12, 2013 (UTC)

  • I don't agree with that. Empire of Dreams is pretty official. JangFett (Talk) 13:25, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Bantha Tracks

Hey Hanzo, what's your source for it being a fan newsletter? They each have copyright Black Falcon Ltd. at the bottom of each publication which I thought was an official Lucasfilm company back in the day. Bo Shuda (talk) 04:34, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

  • I'm not sure I follow the logic on that. Star Wars Hyperspace is also titled "The Official Star Wars Fan Club" but we don't treat material associated with it (such as the kits mailed out to members) as unofficial. I'd be happy to discuss it with Menk, however it seems that Bantha Tracks was officially published and was published under an official licensee which should make it an official source. We just have never recognized it as one. Furthermore, the original issues were later published on StarWars.com Hyperspace. Which would make them official, would it not? Bo Shuda (talk) 04:56, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Communication Disruptions

Hi Hanzo, I was unsure where best to place them as I agree that they don't really contribute anything besides the fact that the images are unique (which may themselves be useful in deriving facts/locations of characters). The reason I placed them in the Source lists was due to this fact as well as I've noticed that quite a few of the "External links" sections seem to be ruthlessly deleted in the past. Are External links widely accepted as part of the Layout Guide/MoS? Bo Shuda (talk) 00:36, November 16, 2013 (UTC)

  • Ok. Thanks. I'll place them in the External links section from now on. Bo Shuda (talk) 02:24, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
    • No problem. I was actually on an Ewok image hunt when I stumbled across the old links. I'm thinking that Romba, Machook & the "Mourning Ewok" which has somehow become Romba may actually be three different Ewoks instead of just two. Any idea who the resident Ewok expert is here on the wook? Bo Shuda (talk) 02:49, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
      • Thanks, I'll ask Savage. All of Leland's comments on the matter seem more like open-ended questions/speculation rather than definitive answers. The "Mourning Ewok" appears stockier (than the Romba shown earlier in the film when they capture the Heroes of Yavin) and the "Mourning Ewoks" hood looks more like Weechee Warrick's from Caravan of Courage. This would make sense based on comments that Debbie Lee Carrington has been said to have played both the "Mourning Ewok" & Weechee. Also the recent Making of Return of the Jedi image that's appeared showing Mike Cottrell dressed as Romba is what made me question this & look closer at the film. Bo Shuda (talk) 04:27, November 16, 2013 (UTC)

Unidentified Rebel pilot 7 (Hoth)

Hey, I just saw that you're the one who wrote Nala Hetsime, so I thought I'd let you be the one to incorporate the new info from the new Rogues Gallery in Insider 146. In case you don't have access to the issue, it establishes that he's Unidentified Rebel pilot 7 (Hoth), flies under "Rogue 7", and is from Pa Tho. The blurb on him is simply: "A dour an laconic man, who was a mystery to his fellow pilots." Cheers. -- Ozzel (talk) 20:14, November 30, 2013 (UTC)

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