- 1 Welcome, Immi Thrax!
- 2 Rebel Rising info
- 3 7.2 Reply
- 4 The Rise of Skywalker adaptation
- 5 My recent contributions
- 6 Hello
- 7 Thanks
- 8 Banshee
- 9 Mandalore feedback [reply]
- 10 The Sslug Syrp-- Sug ssy-- Ssulg sillurp--bah, here's your slime thing.
- 11 Cliff Dweller
- 12 Robin Pronovost
- 13 Changes to GoA and FoD books to Young Readers' Books on Canon Timeline
- 14 Blocked
- 15 Regarding my block
- 16 Coruscant Cooler
- 17 It's all true
- 18 Carbon Freeze
- 19 Moof milk yogurt
- 20 Yub Nub
- 21 What?
- 22 Ciders
- 23 Green hemispheres
- 24 Topps 1970s series naming
- 25 Parwan Nutricake
- 26 Dagobah Slug Slinger
- 27 Something tasty
- 28 Daniel M. Lavery
- 29 Thank you for founding WookieeProject_Pride!
- 30 tfa tlj and tros are not canon
- 31 Wookiee Leader
- 32 Unidentified Black Sun agent
- 33 Forgot Something?
- 34 For all your hard work!
- 35 Syl and Jordanna
- 36 Fritzle Fries
- 37 Meiloorun Juice
- 38 Kalandra
- 39 Punch it!
- 40 MJ OMG No!
- 41 I committed tax fraud
- 42 Cavaellin Spice Creams
- 43 Glowblue noodles
- 44 Zaffa oil
- 45 Food that explodes is food well served
- 46 Stuffed puffer pig
- 47 Oga's Obsession
- 48 Christophsian sugar
- 49 Huttese slime pod
- 50 Moogan Spice Syrup
- 51 Overpopulated "disabilities" category
- 52 Uj'alayi
- 53 Tiingilar
- 54 Fuzzy Tauntaun
- 55 Jenny Parks
- 56 Yobshrimp Noodle Salad
- 57 Felucian Garden Spread
- 58 Moogan Tea
- 59 Wookiee flu
- 60 Layout Guidelines
- 61 Fizzy Photons!
Welcome, Immi Thrax!
I hope you enjoy editing here and being a Wookieepedian! If you have any questions, you can consult our FAQ, ask a question in the Senate Hall forum, visit our official IRC channel, or leave me a message on my talk page.
Rebel Rising info
Hi there, I was wondering if you could provide the scene and/or page number where the mention of menstruation occurs in Rebel Rising, since you added the book to the article's appearances. Thanks! RattsT (talk) 22:06, June 23, 2020 (UTC)
- Certainly! I'm not sure how to work it into the actual article besides the appearances. It's indirectly mentioned in chapter 4 between Idryssa Barruck and Jyn Erso; Idryssa "had a private conversation with her about hygiene and health. Jyn suspected Saw had invited Idryssa in part just to talk to her, and she appreciated both the kindness and the fact that he never brought it up." Outside of the book itself, E. K. Johnston commented about the behind-the-scenes for that scene on her Tumblr -- Immi Thrax (talk) 00:27, June 25, 2020 (UTC)
I've attempted to address your concerns using the examples you showed me. While it was never my intention to copy anyone's work, I agree that those edits are too close to the sources. I made those edits when I was working on expanding the article with all of the new Episode IX material, and in my effort to adhere to the Wookieepedia:Neutral point of view, I went way overboard with the amount of information that I added and the way it was written. I was too concerned about breaking the NPOV policy that I didn't consider how closely I was following the sources, which was obviously a mistake on my part so I apologize for the extra work it's made for you, but I appreciate your efforts to improve the page. It's turned out much better than I could have hoped for since you started working on it and I would be glad to help with fixing it. JRT2010 (talk) 08:10, August 16, 2020 (UTC)
The Rise of Skywalker adaptation
If I were you, I would not revert the cancellation of The Rise of Skywalker adaptation from Marvel Comics.
This is the result of what you just did:
And the reason for this is because the cancellation of The Rise of Skywalker is not a speculation; it is a fact. Now think about that and discuss it before you do anything else. AdamDeanHall (talk) 17:05, 19 January 2021 (UTC)
- Hi Adam Dean Hall. I reverted your edits because they are not based on statements from Marvel Comics, artist Will Sliney, or writer Jody Houser. Marvel has not "officially confirmed via Comic Book Resources that the series had effectively been cancelled" as you wrote. Comic Book Resources alleged that Marvel made cancellations without any verification from the publisher or creators based upon a lack of solicitation; this is not the same thing as a cancellation or confirmation by the publisher. CBR is an independent website that writes about comic book-related subjects, but it is not a reliable source of information; similarly, other websites have posted speculation about what it means that the comic is now unscheduled. I hope this helps explain the reason for the reversion, and why I will be discussing this further with other editors to seek a consensus. However, I do not appreciate the lack of civility in your edit summaries, or in this message to me. Immi Thrax (talk) 18:41, 19 January 2021 (UTC)
My recent contributions
Hopefully I got the right person. Just wondering why have you put a notice up on my ARC-170 fighter page? Its not plagiarized, only one paragraph is copied, the rest is in my own-words. Can I remove the notice, because I think it's unfair. Thanks Phant0mMenace21 (talk) 11:27, 3 February 2021 (UTC)
Thankyou for giving me the citation tutorial it was very helpful, I'll be more mindful in the future and not copy copyrighted material and claim that it's my own work. Thanks again. Phant0mMenace21 (talk) 11:56, 3 February 2021 (UTC)
Mandalore feedback [reply]
Hey, thank you for reaching out on my work for Mandalore the Ultimate. I've indeed contributed quite a bit to him lately out of interest for the character. Regarding the historical comparisons I made with him, I suppose I just found it to be fascinating background information (although mostly theoretical) and didn't know where else to share it. I also understand what you mean in terms of having more "encyclopedic" tone, most of my previous edits used a lot of loaded language which I've tried to rectify recently. So I appreciate the edits made in adding more professionalism to my contributions. With that said, there is a chance I'll continue to work on MTU in the future, and will be sure to keep your feedback in mind as I do. Thanks again! - Samlikeimaboss
The Sslug Syrp-- Sug ssy-- Ssulg sillurp--bah, here's your slime thing.
Thank you for working towards getting Robin's deadname deleted from their entry. A friend of Robin's contacted me and let me know that Robin has been trying to get their deadname removed from their entry page. I popped in to make the change and saw that the page was protected, and caught up with the admin discussion & vote on the subject. Just let the rest know that Robin Provonost themself wants their entry to not contain the former name, and respecting the real world people regarding their entries has got to be a priority. Jawajames (talk) 04:20, 18 March 2021 (UTC)
Changes to GoA and FoD books to Young Readers' Books on Canon Timeline
Thanks for updating the timeline to fix categorisation of the chapter book adaptations. Before I initially changed the GoA book to YR, I actually bought the ebook edition just to see if there was any concrete evidence to relegate it to YR and, while it still felt as readable as some of the JR novels, it was not available to read on any e-readers but only on amazon's android tablets which, for me, felt like enough of a reason to make it YR - but the FoD books are available like any other books. It seems more consistent the way you have categorised them but do you mind explaining the reasoning behind this? Just so that I can do it right the first time in the future. Thanks. AdonFox (talk) 09:31, 18 March 2021 (UTC) Edit: This discussion has been continued on my talk page. I am not sure whether or not to delete this but I suppose it might be handy for reference. Immi please delete if don't think this is necessary.
You have been blocked from editing for 1 month for violating Wookieepedia's Sockpuppetry policy; specifically, item 2 of "Examples of sockpuppetry": Alternatively, users may try to recruit friends from other websites in order to help them support a particular position. This practice is commonly known as meatpuppetry and is similarly prohibited on Wookieepedia. You have violated this policy by retweeting and thereby promoting this tweet, which itself is a clear and demonstrable example of a violation of this policy. Because of the highly emotional and sensitive nature of this CT forum, the public attention it's receiving, as well as my own opinions on the vote, I consulted with five other administrators before reaching this decision, two of whom supported this CT, two of whom opposed it, and one who has currently abstained, to provide balanced and objective feedback and eliminate any perception of attempting to alter this vote's outcome. All of the administrators agreed that this a definite violation of the rule and that the integrity of our policies and procedures must be upheld. To contest this block, please contact the blocking administrator with the reason you believe the block is unjustified. Toprawa and Ralltiir (talk) 02:01, 28 March 2021 (UTC)
Regarding my block
My block was removed by Fandom, rather than by the blocking administrator or a consensus among the administrators, and came as a surprise to me as they had not made contact with me. Due to the ongoing CT vote, I had not yet attempted to appeal the duration of my block, though I had intended to do so. I also wrote and revised a statement that I was unable to post earlier due to the block:
I retweeted that in the belief it was raising attention for existing Wookieepedians of a voting thread taking place that they might also care deeply about yet not be aware of—not on Discord getting announcements of new CTs, not usually engaging in CTs, etc. I additionally tweeted my suggestion that, aside from the vote, another way Wooks who cared about the intersection of the LGBTQIA+ community and Star Wars could contribute was by giving attention to articles about related characters and creators. I also acknowledged that the voting eligibility requirements meant Wookieepedians whose activity had lapsed prior to the vote would not, in fact, be able to vote after all, and that I thought that was unfortunate.
My retweet was not an attempt to recruit new users to farm their votes, which was my understanding of "meatpuppeting"—that it was soliciting votes from previously uninvolved people, trying to tip your side with a flood of new users only there for that purpose. I had roughly 20 followers at the time of the retweet, and the majority of those are Wookieepedians. From my perspective, I was signal boosting a call to less than 20 people who were already part of this site and eligible to vote; I was not "trying to recruit friends from other websites." If I had known retweeting about a vote would qualify under "meatpuppetry" as a respondent, I would not have retweeted it. If I had been given the opportunity to delete that retweet, I would have deleted it.
I believe in acknowledging mistakes and attempting to make amends. I did not support the chaos that erupted on social media, and actively attempted to counter the misinformation. Some people have been framing the whole community is this or the whole administration is that, and others have believed it without researching further. I don't know how to repair this false narrative, but I have tried. My intention was never to harm this site—only to improve it—by defending my queer community; educating people unfamiliar with trans rights on how protecting the human rights of trans folx is relevant to this site; and improving upon policies that would benefit from or require revision. I hope to continue doing so.
I'm honored that I am Wookieepedian of the Month for April 2021, and I close with this quote:
- "Ha, you're quite possibly going to be the first ever person elected Wookieepedian of the Month who's blocked 😛"
—Immi Thrax (talk) 11:24, 1 April 2021 (UTC)
- We've already spoke of this, but I was really impressed with how you kept your cool, and made the most of a dire situation, all this while staying true to yourself. That was inspiring. Thanks. While you really deserved the WotM nomination, I do believe that you're now even more deserving of the WotM commendation than before this crisis ^^. I really hope you'll stick around. --NanoLuukeCloning facility 10:20, 2 April 2021 (UTC)
It's all true
It's not based on speculation it's all true because I have watched the Ewoks cartoon show and read many of the Ewok comic books.
Have you even read a single Ewok comic book or watched a single episode from the Ewok cartoon to series? Scales and Armor 2:48 (UTC)
Moof milk yogurt
There has been no personal attack and I have accused anyone of anything. You said that it's not appropriate to accuse but I have done zero inappropriate and haven't accused anyone at all. I haven't done any of that I have done 0% of that. Right now what you are doing is playing the blame game.
I haven't committed any personal attacks. Tell me how come you get away with saying things like this? Not once have I heard you say I'm sorry I'll back off you have been hammering me with messages since my first day and first edit on here. Not easing up on a person that's a real personal attack and you haven't let up at all. You have nagged, pestered, criticized and pounded me over everything that I have done.
Never once have you apologized say hey sorry to bother you but I need to talk to you about something. You have also never once apologized saying sorry I don't want to cause any drama but I wanted to talk you about a few things that have happened on here.
I'm trying to load up the link to my talk page but it's not loading up something wrong but I think I probably got the link to my message wal/talk page correct this time. Scales and Armor (talk) 9:09 April 19 2021
I didn't even realize we were both editing at the same time at first, apologies for the cross-edit! I thought I had just forgotten to save my own edit previously. Why don't we make a "Category:Ciders (alcoholic)" category for those that are known to be Alcoholic beverages, and another for non-alcoholic ciders, to be placed in Beverages? They could link to each other via the category description as well. Not being able to find the predominantly-alcoholic category of ciders (defined in canon sources as a type of alcohol) under the Alcoholic beverages category would undoubtedly be confusing and at cross-purposes to categorizing them as such.--Matthias777 (talk) 17:55, 25 April 2021 (UTC)
- Just got a chance to come back to this and fact-check a few of those. Everything looks great now, actually! With the exception of Spice Runner Hard Cider, all of the ciders that were previously listed as alcoholic shouldn't have been (some may be, but none were more than implied as such), and now are where they need to be. The only thing I'm going to add is to include Cider/Legends in Alcoholic beverages and leave it otherwise undisturbed; cider as an alcoholic beverage seems to only have been explicitly referred to as such as the general beverage type, and not any specific drinks. Thanks for all the work you've done!—Matthias777 (talk) 01:27, 26 April 2021 (UTC)
- Hey, don't feel bad, I just saw your message today! I reworded it; take a gander. I originally was going to say that it included non-alcoholic as well as alcoholic drinks, but as nothing in Legends explicitly describes any of the drinks as non-alcoholic, I excluded that specific term.Matthias777 (talk) 18:45, 30 April 2021 (UTC)
Topps 1970s series naming
I noticed the renaming of the old Topps card series articles. I'm just wondering what the source of those new titles being the official ones is. The only place I see those names is the Trading Card Database site, which isn't an official source. --JMM (talk) 12:56, 13 May 2021 (UTC)
Dagobah Slug Slinger
Daniel M. Lavery
Thank you for founding WookieeProject_Pride!
- Fantastic work with your re-write of Sexes/Legends!! — YakovChaimTzvi (talk) 16:37, 18 June 2021 (UTC)
tfa tlj and tros are not canon
people have the right to like what they want but saying tfa tlj and tros is not canon is not a opinion its a fact its okay if some people like those movies but they are not canon —Unsigned comment by Beanbunny2 (talk • contribs).
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I believe I speak for the community by bestowing this award, Immi. Especially over the last few months and even up to today, you have proven to be a positive force in this community. You have spurred many changes around here this year, and have shown vast initiative. From WookieeProject Pride, to the transitioning of Sexes to Gender, to the Breast/Legends image, and to much more like your coverage of food and fashion. While doing all of that, you maintain a good-spirited positive attitude towards others, and thoroughly research and provide an abundance of information in your policy and Senate Hall proposals. As such, I'd like to give you this Wookiee Leader Award! --Vitus InfinitusTalk 01:17, 28 June 2021 (UTC)
Unidentified Black Sun agent
I don't remember but who do I talk to when I have questions? Because I don't know how or remember how to upload pictures on here? It's not working and it won't let load any photos and I'm freaking out?
I took a few screenshots from the Ewoks cartoon and a few screenshots with information about Oola from the books. But I don't know how to send pictures to let people know what I found? The reason why I want to know how to send screenshots so I can provide proof of what I found.
You probably think that it is weird to have screenshots of information from pages of books that I have read. While I noticed that there is no personality or traits on Oola's page. So I took screenshots parts that describe Oola's character in the books. Parts and words like headstrong, foolish, vain, naive, self delusion, jealousy, bitterness, optimism, prideful, selfishly and a few other things. Those words have been used to describe Oola a few times some of them use even more than once. "Her jealousy and pride flared up" is one of the parts I can remember without looking at the screenshot photo.
I remember something about in the books when Oola believed about Bib Fortuna's lies about Jabba being handsome and that he would give her many luxuries. How he told her that she would get a lot of attention and applause. Somewhere in the books and I have a screenshot of it to give proof one of the pages says that the stories and tales of Jabba were mouth watering to Oola. "He spun her mouth watering tales" it says something similar to that so Oola was so impressed to the point where her mouth was watering or she almost felt that way hearing about Jabba.
But I don't know how to upload photos so I can send the screenshots of information and words used to describe Oola to help write her personality, characteristics and traits? I have no clue no idea how to send pictures as proof and to be given the ok to write her personality and traits?
I was told in the past on other wikis before my current history on here that I can't edit or add things I need proof and sources to provide where the information comes from. There's no websites or web links to say hey this is where the information comes from. The only thing that I have are pages from The Tales of Jabba's Palace and pages from Star Wars Fact File 96. Those are the only things that I have to give on Oola's personality and that's all I have are the pages from those books that I have read no link or web sources.
How can I give a source when all I have are just pages from Tales of Jabba's Palace and pages from The Official Star Wars Fact File 96? That's were I got the information for Oola's personality and found the words describing her character. Other than that I have no sources to link to the her page no sources that will take people to a link or site.
You said that you would be happy to review my edits fair warning it's probably going to be messy and sloppy you will probably have to clean up a few things or fix a few things in Oola's personality and traits. I'll probably need advice on how to work her personality when you check it out
I did a little test work on writing a little bit of her personality. Just a test it's not good and it's only a little bit to see what you think first check out before someone probably deletes it for not having sources yet.
If you had a chance to read another look at what I write. Give advice you have and point out the improvements needed. Ready for the feedback. Hello are you still there?
Sorry for my sloppiness by the way nice clean up job on her personality nice editing. I'm still waiting to see what you want to point out to me?
Thanks for telling me and giving advice. Some of the other people on here just stopped talking me so I had no one to point what I needed with the edits I so thank you. Scales and Armor talk 12:21 July 8 2021
Sure we can go ahead and tackle the citations of course. I also found a part in a page Tales of Jabba's Palace I found apart mentioning. That Oola believe, trusted and followed Bib Fortuna because he was temptation yes in Oola's own words of her thoughts she describes Fortuna as temptation. That was one of the reasons she agreed with his deal that he made because she was drawn to the temptation.
In the fact files it says somewhere I forget where but when Oola listen to Bib Fortuna she things of Jabba's Palace as a fairy tale it literally says fairy tale. But the reality of his Jabba's Palace was nothing like the stories she was told and nothing like the fairy tale image she pictured in her head.
How strong was Bib Fortuna's manipulation over Oola how desperate was she to find a better life off of Ryloth since Femi Taylor says in a interview that's why Oola went to work for Jabba to have a better life. Femi Taylor says that's how Jabba was able to take advantage of Oola.
How tempting was Bib Fortuna in order for Oola to be drawn to that temptation? What kind of stories did he tell her about Jabba in order for them to be describe as mouth watering when Oola listened to the stories?
Somewhere in a book says that Oola gave up her friends and family along with her freedom and she was ok with that. It says that those were small prices to pay and give up for the life that Bib Fortuna promised her. My question why though?
I do also remember something about Oola following traditions just like her father she had strong quaint dignity and faith along her father and the rest of her clan. It also mentions that the court dancer who trained Oola looked dismissed her because of her clan's faith and primative ways. "Expediency was deadly god to serve" that is one of my favorite lines in Oola's story Oola her clan and her father were not going to give into something like that. But is mentioned that the other Twi'leks have come to accept it.
For all your hard work!
Syl and Jordanna
MJ OMG No!
I committed tax fraud
Cavaellin Spice Creams
Food that explodes is food well served
Stuffed puffer pig
Huttese slime pod
Moogan Spice Syrup
Overpopulated "disabilities" category
I noticed you created a new category for handicapped characters. There is, however, one glaring flaw I wanted to bring up with you (I already brought it up on the talk page but I don't think you've seen that): I think you've set this category up to be overpopulated, specifically because your standards on cyborgs which qualify for the category are too broad.
The thing is that Star Wars cybernetics can actually completely cure physical handicaps, and possibly even supersede the abilities of the new limb, something that real-life technology has not yet reached the capacity to do. As a result, characters like Luke Skywalker and Grievous don't really fit in this category: Luke's experience after losing his hand wasn't exactly like that of a real-life amputee, and I don't think anyone would consider him to suffer a physical handicap even after Cloud City.
I explained this on the category talk page, but I think that the standards on which cyborgs qualify should be narrowed to only those whose cybernetics have been explicitly stated to restrict them (e.g. Darth Vader, Skelly) or people who only received compensatory cybernetics after a while spent without them. People like Luke and Grievous who got cybernetics quickly (don't forget that in canon, the only info we have on Grievous is that he "chose" his cybernetics!) should not be in this category, since they spent pretty much no time at all with a handicap.
Yobshrimp Noodle Salad
Felucian Garden Spread
Hello! I noticed you reverted one of my edits on an artist page, siting an infringement of layout guidelines. I edited that page to look more in line with another authors page I thought had a better layout, and chose to edit this artists page in question to match. Would you be so kind as to point out what guideline I broke, so I know what I did wrong, and how to do better in the future? —Unsigned comment by Neon Love (talk • contribs).