Welcome Nightlily! Edit
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Hey there, just letting you know that the pictures you have been uploading will have to be placed in relevant articles and with relevant context provided, or I'll be forced to delete them. Per policy, pictures that are not in a mainspace article, and provide appropriate context, shall be deleted. Thank you, Greyman(Paratus) 17:50, 31 August 2007 (UTC)
- Also, from looking through the pics you have not provided any sources for the images that you have uploaded. Unfortunately, as such, they'll be deleted if sources are not promptly provided them. Sorry about this, but the upload page explicitly states that images uploaded without sources will be deleted. Greyman(Paratus) 18:03, 31 August 2007 (UTC)
Jenna Zan Arbor Edit
- I noticed you added Jenna Zan Arbor to the appearances list for The Last of the Jedi: Against the Empire, and I wondered where you got the information, as that book is not released till October 1. If you have a valid source for this, by all means, let me know, but otherwise I'm going to delete it. Thank you, and have a nice day. Hobbes15(Tiger Headquarters) 04:34, 17 September 2007 (UTC)
- Okay, thanks. Now I pace my floors in anticipation for the actual publishing! Keep up the good work. Hobbes15(Tiger Headquarters) 21:08, 17 September 2007 (UTC)
- Indeed, your work on the article is commendable. But I would refrain from adding any more images. The article is pretty much maxed out with images as it is. Keep up the good work. - JMAS 14:57, 16 November 2007 (UTC)
- Thank you sooo much:-) You do have a point about the images. Anyway, I wasn't planning on adding any more of them. Nightlily 00:11, 17 November 2007 (UTC)
- Rather than signing your posts by hand, like it looks like you've been doing, it's far easier (and better) to use four tildes, like this: ~~~~. That will not only provide a piped link to your userpage, but also a precise timestamp for your comment. jSarek 14:40, 17 October 2007 (UTC)
Wampa mention in Dark Journey Edit
Hey, Nightlily. I saw that you added Dark Journey to the appearances list of the wampa article and was hoping you might be able to tell me what significane (if any) the wampa's mention plays in the story. Thanks! Toprawa and Ralltiir 00:34, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
- Yeah, that's what I suspect most of the remaining (Mentioned only) appearances in the list are that I've not included into the article. Thanks. Toprawa and Ralltiir 18:11, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
Hello, Nightlily, You and I have been collaborating alot recently on this article, and Chack Jadson thinks it could go for a Good article nomination. Before I put it up, do you think anything else is necessary? Let me know what you think, and I enjoy working on the article with you. —Tommy9281(Lússë i Morë Hwesta súya!) 21:29, 15 April 2008 (UTC)
- Hey Nightlily,
We seem to be coming along here! I've noticed a few of your update comments, about some things being missing after you know that you've put them there. I've noticed the same exact thing happen to me as well. I'm sure that neither one of us is erasing what the other is doing, but something is going on. Maybe us being in & out of the article at approximately the same times is screwing with it's save history? I don't know, but whatever the case, we are moving along swiftly, and whenever you are ready to put it up for GAN, let me know. I want us to make sure it's perfect before we throw it to the wolves. It's been great hanging out with you!
What do you think about adding Tionne Solusar? I was reading on The Burning, and I think that she was subjected to this while trying to protect the Jedi padawans on Ossus. I asked some others if they thought that constituted torture, and they replied no, but I believe otherwise. Let me know what you think! —Tommy9281(Safe harbor, my friend.) 21:00, 25 April 2008 (UTC)
Are you done adding stuff? If so, let me finish with the copy-edit first and then we could put it up. I'm a little nervous though...but we've done a great job, & I've been promoting the article in the IRC, so folks know about it. After the edit, I'll put it up, & it can start off with 2 noms, yours & mine! We'll do great! —Tommy9281(Safe harbor, my friend.) 19:42, 26 April 2008 (UTC)
Hey Lily, I'm not sure either how they want us to display that. I'm glad you can do it though. In the meanwhile, I'm gonna find out exactly how we should format this, and we'll go from there. As for the sources, do you know of any? I cant think of anything personally, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. Let me know your thoughts.
We need to get together, so we can work the objections out. I'm glad actually that they've been posted, because now we know what we need to make this thing really turn heads. I'm just nervous because I don't have access to all the materials you have, but I'm sure if we work together, we can turn this thing out. Forgive me, I've been handling my own personal noms (since they are much easier than the Torture one right now), so I haven't spent much time on our joint project. but, I'm still in it to win it. I'll be formulating ideas all day, and I'll be running them by you as they come.—Tommy(Clean face and hands) 15:34, 14 May 2008 (UTC)
I just wanted to let you know, I started the removal process for taking our Featured article nomination down. It's not a bad thing, it just gives us more room and time to make sure the article is up to snuff. Also, as I sit here reading through Invincible, I'm finding that the book is FILLED with Torture. That alone would have to make us have to revamp the article. You should grab a copy of the book & read up, it's really quite intriguing.
- I have some ideas on how to improve the layout. Maybe we could start with a history section, then methods, then under methods (talking about the different kinds), then have organizations specializing in torture (section). I've been thinking hard about this for a while, trying to figure ways we could break the stigma of nominating such broad topics for FANs. Lemme know what you think!
- Hey, I'm glad you and I are working together. I knew immediately that once I started with the different categories, you would immediately pick up on what I was doing and be able to work around it. That is great teamwork! Also, I haven't been too concerned with the image layout right now, just because we are doing a total revamp, which is why I haven't rearranged any of them. That being said, you just keep on keepin' on, and so will I. If you ever notice an edit from me that says (REC), that means I'm editing from my cellphone & can't totally manipulate the page. Don't mind it, but you can certainly go after me and clean up whatever I can't fix in that capacity. We have a good sense of each other and each other's ideas, and this is working ever-so-smoothly between us. How do you like the different categories? I was just going by the objections, trying to make the article more comprehensive, and I believe these categories are a step in the right direction. I'm thinking that we may eventually do away with the notable instances, and incorporate that information in other parts of the article (as I have done with a few sections already). I feel that will also make it more comprehensive. Always open to the thoughts of yours that I cannot read;).
Sorry for the sluggish respose. I've been sooo busy lately. My other major projects are finished for the most part, so I'll have much more torture-time. Anyway, the thing about Darth Bane is this. I'm gonna describe in further detail the life of Sith apprentice being synonymous with torture. Dark Side Sourcebook calls Sith Lord training torture, and Path of Destruction makes many references to Bane feeling like his Korriban training was torturous. From PoD, I'm also gonna add how the Sith would torture their victims by leaving them in that pit to starve and waste away (Bane described this as well). Thats really all about Bane. After reading Rise of Darth Vader, I also want to add a bit about how Vader felt as though his whole existence was torture. Its referred to as such in the book several times. We've also got to get all of the Invincible incidents into the article (Tahiri & Ben, Tahiri & Lon Shevu, Tahiri & Mirta). Thats really all for now. I'm gonna work alot more on the formatting, the quote, & the picture layout as well. How much more info is there for us to add? We've progressed so much since the FAN, but I'm not sure if we're ready to go back there yet. I've got the list of original objections saved as well, so I'll start going through those, and start trying to address the ones we haven't already. Long process this has been, but it has also been very worth it.—Tommy (There are no Jedi here) 14:59, 22 June 2008 (UTC)
Good to have you back. I'm sorry I've been slacking myself on the article, I've been caught up in a whirlwind of things around the site lately. Always at the forefront of my mind, however, is this article, and I'm glad to see you haven't ditched the project either. I expect us to get right back into the swing of things now. You know, if you hagve access to IRC, we can meet there sometime, and further discuss our joint venture. —Tommy9281 (Peace is a lie) 16:12, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
Was just perusing the torture article (great job with it, BTW) and saw in the Sith sorcery subsection, no mention of Vader using it. In the NPR radio dramatization of Star Wars, while she was captive on the Death Star, Vader used this method of torture on Leia while trying to get her to reveal the rebel base location. He first invaded her mind to make her think he was her father, Bail, so she'd feel safe to give the location, and when that didn't work, he subjected her, mentally, to "bouts of anguish and pain" as described in the article. Thought you might like to include it. - JMAS Hey, it's me! 14:19, 31 August 2008 (UTC)
- Hi JMAS! The reason why I haven’t put it in the sith sorcery section, in addition to the mention in the interrogation section, is that I'm not sure if Vader's actions in this creepy scene count as sith sorcery. He uses a combination of drugs and The Force, and it's the drug part that makes me uncertain. But I've put it in the section for "Other Force abilities used for torture", a bit more detailed than in the interrogation section. Nightlily 19:25, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
- Hi RC-1136, what a nice surprise! Thank you sooo much! The cookie tastes so good:-) Nightlily 09:50, 3 June 2008 (UTC)
- AAAWWWWW! Whay can't you give it to Flashfire. My account. That I have to redo as I forgot the password. 126.96.36.199 06:31, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
- NaruHina, I've left a message on your talk page. Flashfire, I can always give it to you, if you're still interested. I'm hoping to hear from you soon:-) Nightlily 14:11, 2 September 2008 (UTC)
Torture article Edit
I edited the article to comply with the Wookieepedia Manual of Style as there is a Wookify tag on it. I refer you in particular to this page - Layout Guide that states that sources should be "...sorted by date of publication." Also Role playing game adventures and short stories published in the books are appearances. Rexas 06:16, 25 August 2009 (UTC)
As you seem to be interested in expanding the article torture: There's a specific mention to torture in Stock Ships, page 32 (section "The Longrunner"). The methods and gear are not described, but you might wish to check the OS and add information to the article. If you can't access Stock Ships, I can give you the data. --Skippy Farlstendoiro 14:41, December 17, 2009 (UTC)
- More mentions to torture for your article: Showdown at Centerpoint chapter 11, the mere threat of torture convinces the Solo twins to do as they're told and, while they hadn't thought that Sal-Solo would torture them, they believe their tutor Ebrihim when he says Sal-Solo probably would if enraged. Also, Galaxy Guide 11: Criminal Organizations pp. 17-18, the slaver Malak is listed to have the RPG skills "intimidation", with a speciality in "torture". Skippy Farlstendoiro 16:06, March 11, 2010 (UTC)
TCW character guide Edit
Just to let you know, I spoke with Jason Fry on TFN about Togruta's supposed "tattoos." He told me he actually thought they were tattoos, and realized other guides say Togruta's don't have tattoos. I would actually not add in anything about Togruta's having tattoos in the tattoo article for now. JangFett (Talk) 20:29, July 23, 2010 (UTC)
- I believe it was the NEGS. In the pm which was sent to me, I said Togruta's don't have tattoos, and Fry, of course, knew about the sourcebooks saying this. For now until it's actually confirmed, the information in the tattoo article should be removed. JangFett (Talk) 20:37, July 23, 2010 (UTC)
- Thank you so much! It really warms my heart. (First torture, now lots of alcohol. Abeloth must have touched my mind through the pages...) Nightlily 04:29, December 28, 2010 (UTC)
Hi Nightlily! You've created the article of Malt last year. Later, someone, without logging in added the Galaxy Guide 9 to the Sources list. Were you this anonym editor? If yes, could you tell me where should I search for it in the book? Do you mind If I expand and nominate Malt to comprehensive article? Darth Morrt 23:57, January 9, 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks. Darth Morrt 16:05, January 10, 2011 (UTC)
Hi there, nice work on wine! However, I'd encourage you to use the preview button instead of making multiple edits in close succession, as this clogs up the recent changes. Cheers, 1358 (Talk) 14:12, February 11, 2011 (UTC)
Hi Nightlily. I see that you added The Clone Wars: Secret Missions 3: Duel at Shattered Rock as an appearance to the Qiraash article. As the original author of that article, would you be able to help me with the details of the the Qiraash appearance there? Is it a named character, or a background appearance? If a background appearance, can you provide me with any details as to where, when etc? Any help that you can offer is greatly appreciated. --Eyrezer 02:35, March 26, 2011 (UTC)
- That is fantastic. Thanks! --Eyrezer 05:36, March 27, 2011 (UTC)
You added Star Wars: Mysteries of the Jedi to the source list for Stewjon. Could you please tell me the context it's used in or could add any extra information to the page? Thanks! --Vandar Tokare42 (Talk to the hand) 21:20, March 30, 2011 (UTC)
Mysteries of the Jedi Edit
Hiya, Nightlily. A few months ago, you put a redlink onto the Stewjon article as a source. Something called "Star Wars: Mysteries of the Jedi." Could you please let me know what this is and the context of Stewjon's mention? NaruHina Talk 22:13, June 25, 2011 (UTC)
- Oh, I didn't see that Vandar had already asked this of you. I know the context of the mention now. Could you still tell me what the source itself is though? We need to fill the redlink because Stewjon just lost its GA status. NaruHina Talk 22:22, June 25, 2011 (UTC)
Atrivis (edit: Atravis) Sector Edit
Hi Nightlilly. Thanks for adding The Wrath of Darth Maul to the appearances list on Atrivis sector. Can you post the mention or let me know the context in which the sector comes up? Thanks! --Eyrezer 07:06, January 24, 2012 (UTC)
- Hmm. Could you please check that it is not in fact the Atravis sector? This is a different location from the Atrivis sector. --Eyrezer 22:12, January 27, 2012 (UTC)
- You're right, it's the Atravis sector, not Atrivis. I'm so sorry about this; the names were so similar, and I got them mixed up. Sorry about the trouble... Nightlily 02:16, January 29, 2012 (UTC)
Nightlily, if you think Darman and Etain Tur-Mukan ought to be locked up in a mental institution because they think torturing someone doesn't make you a bad person,why did you create the torture page?(by the way,great work)
P.S this is not a personal attack,it is simply a question born out of curiosity--Grand master aylard 18:04, March 18, 2012 (UTC)
acknowledged,good answer and reasons Nightlily. and your welcome--Grand master aylard 21:06, March 18, 2012 (UTC)
Re: Plant Edit
You're most welcome, Nightlily. As a true inclusionist, I take special care of such articles—and so do you, it seems! If we decide to keep those generic/general articles—and my opinion is that we should have them—the least we can do is to make them as complete as possible. ;-) --LelalMekha (talk) 00:02, December 22, 2012 (UTC)
Just for fun Edit
There's also Starlighter! 12:05, January 4, 2013 (UTC)
Wookieepedian of the Month! Edit
- Congratulations, Nightlily! You've been working hard for a long time, and you definitely deserve this honour. The community was really happy to vote for you. :)
If you're interested, I'd love to interview you for Wookieepedia NewsNet. I interview the WOTM winner every month; you can check out that link to see some of the most recent interviews. You've probably seen the NewsNet feed on Wookieepedia' Main Page, about halfway down the right side. If you're interested in being interviewed, let me know! I could ask you questions here on your talk page, or via e-mail if you prefer. Menkooroo (talk) 02:32, March 1, 2013 (UTC)
- Here I am, dropping by to make my usual edits, and I receive these wonderful news... Wow, this must be every Wookieepedian's dream. What an honor! I never imagined that this would happen to me. Thank you so much, everyone!!! --Nightlily (talk) 20:46, March 2, 2013 (UTC)
OK! Here we go. Feel free to answer these questions in as many or as few words as you'd like. If you want any images to be used in the article, let me know. Check out here for some examples of what the interviews look like with images in them. Menkooroo (talk) 13:13, March 5, 2013 (UTC)
- Congratulations on being voted the Wookieepedian of the Month. How does it feel? Was it something you ever expected?
- How long have you been editing Wookieepedia? What kinds of edits do you usually make?
- Do you recommend the Wookieepedia community to all Star Wars fans? What advice would you offer to new editors?
- What kind of role do you think Wookieepedia plays in the broader Star Wars community?
- Tell us a little bit about yourself. Are the edits you make inspired by any of your beliefs, or by anything else in your life?
- What's the Star Wars community like in Norway? Is it easy for you to get new books, comics, etc? Are any of them in your native language?
- This will probably sound like a dumb question from an ignorant non-Norwegian, but... have you ever visited Finse, where they filmed the Hoth scenes in Empire?
- I know that the story is already on your user page, but... how did you become a Star Wars fan?
- Which is your favourite Star Wars film? And what are some of your favourite works of the Expanded Universe?
- Favourite character! Go!
- Do you know all of the aurabesh symbols by heart? Like... can you read this page?
- Is there anything else you want to share? Words of wisdom, an anecdote, anything?
- Yes, that is Wookieepedia's official policy. Also, sources are supposed to be listed in the order they were published. Hopes this helps :-) --Nightlily (talk) 19:53, March 13, 2013 (UTC)
- What about infinities? They have no timeline. Fe Nite (talk) 17:01, March 27, 2013 (UTC)
- When it comes to infinities, you can either put them where they "fit in" chronologically and add "(Non-canonical appearance)" (see the Nexu article for an example), or (if there are many of them) you can make a separate list of non-canonical appearances (like this list from Luke Skywalker's article).--Nightlily (talk) 18:19, March 27, 2013 (UTC)
- What about infinities? They have no timeline. Fe Nite (talk) 17:01, March 27, 2013 (UTC)
High Galactic Edit
Hi Nightlily. Just to show you that this category exists, and if you ever find images containing High Galactic script, please use it. Cheers! 04:04, March 28, 2013 (UTC)
Hi Nightlily. I'm in need of your help, with your Aurebesh prowess... In the CW episode A Sunny Day in the Void, at around 7 min there is a holographic display of Abafar with some information written in Aurebesh. I could not read it as it was too small and my release isn't of the best quality. When you have the time, could you kindly transliterate it for me? I'm planning on nomming Abafar in the future. Cheers! 03:14, May 11, 2013 (UTC)
- I found this, by the way. Probably helps. 04:18, May 11, 2013 (UTC)
Liberty on Ryloth Edit
You may want to add this Aurebesh translation in Liberty of Ryloth: "IF YOU CAN READ THIS, YOU SPENT TOO MUCH MONEY ON YOUR HOME THEATER EQUIPMENT!"
Also, there's "FIRE".
The texts were small, but I was able to read it using the Blu-ray version.
- Yes, that's the one I'm referring to. It's also the same scene where I read the long message I've mentioned, although I found out later that it appears readable as well at the angle where it's on top of Orn Free Taa's head. I tried to insert these in the article, but the change was undone instantly. I decided to tell you instead, since I'm not sure how the proper editing etiquette goes.
- Let me add too that the leftmost tombstone in the next scene seems to read as "SPUDWEE". It can be seen again a few seconds later, but it gets partially blocked by a clone's elbow. Another tombstone appears to show "MAWY JOY". I could be wrong though.
- By the way, I'm using a full HD laptop, but I'm not sure if that makes things easier to read. Ceej2k (talk) 14:56, May 15, 2013 (UTC)
- Thanks again for updating the article. Regarding the cut off image in your television, I'm not sure what's the cause of it. Maybe you can check screenshots of other scenes on the Internet to see if it gets cut off as well in your television. My Blu-ray copy is the one sold in USA and Canada, but I don't think it would have anything to do with that. I'm guessing it's a setting in either your television or your Blu-ray player. Maybe your television is zooming in.Ceej2k (talk) 06:45, May 19, 2013 (UTC)
- My Blu-ray player software has the option to get screenshots, but it's disabled or doesn't work when I watch the series. If I try the print screen button, the part where the show is only appears black. It must be some kind of content protection in effect. I'll try to add some more translations on the article when I find the time. It's great that you have the dedication to share all these translations in the article.Ceej2k (talk) 17:13, May 20, 2013 (UTC)
Image marked for deletion Edit
I marked File:Survival capsule on Felucia.jpeg for deletion and wanted to give you a head's up. It was for a couple reasons. First, because it is a near-duplicate of the higher res File:Survival capsules open.jpg which is already in use on the site. Second, file extensions should be 3-letter, not 4-letter (and lower case, though yours were fine in that regard). Meaning they should be .jpg instead of .jpeg - JMAS Hey, it's me! 22:51, May 23, 2013 (UTC)
- That's okay, I didn't notice the first picture when I uploaded my version. You can go ahead and delete it, I don't mind. And I'll remember what you said about file extensions. --Nightlily (talk) 23:10, May 23, 2013 (UTC)
Relevant to your interests Edit
FFG game Edit
Hey, just noticed that you are leaving redirected links in the appearances sections of several articles. Note that the proper designation established for the Core Rulebook is Star Wars: Edge of the Empire: Core Rulebook. —GethralkinHyperwave 17:56, July 18, 2013 (UTC)
- Oh, and the Shadows release is called, Star Wars: Edge of the Empire: Shadows of a Black Sun. —GethralkinHyperwave 18:25, July 18, 2013 (UTC)
File:Zafiro.JPG EditHi Nightlily. Is this any script you recognise? 20:40, February 5, 2014 (UTC)
I bow to your Aurebesh skills Edit
Can you make sense of this?20:30, March 12, 2014 (UTC)
- Thanks! You're the greatest. 20:52, March 12, 2014 (UTC)
- Hello again! If you have the time, I was wondering if you could look into this. I found the letters too small to make sense out of them, but perhaps you will be able to read it. Thanks! 13:48, April 18, 2014 (UTC)
Hey. Just wanted to let you know that I've removed two of your additions to the Aurebesh page. I removed your Databank link here and your HoloNet News link here. Those are both canon-only sources, so should go on Aurebesh instead of the Legends page. Thanks! - Brandon Rhea(talk) 19:49, August 25, 2014 (UTC)
- Canon appearances released before April 25, 2014 (with the exception of Part 1 of Blade Squadron) can be added to Legends pages. That includes Episodes I-VI and The Clone Wars TV show/film. Canon appearances released after April 25, 2014 should only go in canon pages. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 20:30, August 25, 2014 (UTC)
File:Port of the Cloud City logo.jpg Edit
Hi there! Do you recognise the script on the sides of this logo?
Legends to NuCanon articlesEdit
Canon articles can't be made by simply changing the type to canon in the eras temp, they have to be written from scratch, and (typically) located at [article name]/Canon. Trip391 (talk) 00:32, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
- For example, Luke Skywalker and Luke Skywalker. If the name is different between Legends and NuCanon sources, like Palpatine and Sheev Palpatine, the articles should be named accordingly. Trip391 (talk) 00:37, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
- For appearances, if it appears in a NuCanon source, like Rebels, it should only be listed on the Canon article, not the Legends article. Trip391 (talk) 00:41, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
- If there's only a Legends article (no Canon/Legends tab at the top), then yes. Trip391 (talk) 00:49, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
- We treat TCW as both a Legends and a Canon source, so if something appeared in TCW it could have both a Legends and a Canon version. All the links in a Canon version should link to Canon articles and vice-versa. However, when a Canon article is created, it is NOT to be simply copy and pasted from a Legends article, with simply the links changed to Canon, they have to be made from scratch, and certainly not be word-for-word the same. Trip391 (talk) 21:18, November 16, 2014 (UTC)
http://onceuponatimeabc.wikia.com/wiki/Special:Chat Come here CoyoteDork (talk) 20:21, August 15, 2015 (UTC)
I can't message you on the OUAT wiki -- thanks to Applegirl I am perma-blocked -- but I wanted to speak with you about something I think is wrong with both your timeline and the timeline proper on the wiki.
The timeline has Mother as occurring before Souls of the Departed; I disagree with this. I believe that Mother occurs after Souls. My reasoning -- in Souls we can see that Cora can return whenever she likes through mirrors; in Mother she has to use the White Rabbit -- specifically, I believe, because Regina's spell on the mirror remains, preventing Cora from getting back that way. --HarryPotterRules1 (talk) 21:14, March 9, 2016 (UTC)
Ah, perhaps. I just went on the basis of what we saw -- Cora can travel through mirrors, provided their is a connection; as Regina blocks it off, she can't do that anymore... so had to borrow the rabbit to visit her daughter again. That, to me, at least, implied it was Souls, Alice rescues Will's heart (she sees the box labeled King of Hearts, which contains Henry!), Hat, Mother, time gap, Queen of Hearts, Dark Curse. --HarryPotterRules1 (talk) 21:20, March 10, 2016 (UTC)
Hey Nightlily! Considering the Republic data display that mentions Kaan and Sith dreadnoughts in "Cat and Mouse" was copied verbatim from Wookieepedia, is irrelevant to what's going on in the episode, and describes Legends-only events, it should be understood as an easter egg, not canonical fact. It should not be taken to mean that George Lucas or, now, the Story Group consider the story of Kaan and the events of Ruusan to be canon. We shouldn't be including that info in canon articles, except in the "Cat and Mouse" page to note it as an easter egg/Wookieepedia reference. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 19:58, January 17, 2018 (UTC)
- In general, the best advice I could give there is to be wary of what's in Aurebesh text on data screens and the like. No one, save for a small handful of hardcore fans, knows what it means so creators often add in-jokes and other easter eggs to it just so there's words on the screen. A recent example was the list of suspected Jedi survivors in an issue of the new Darth Vader comic, where the Story Group ended up having to say that new names on that list shouldn't be taken as canon because some of them are just gag references. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 20:10, January 17, 2018 (UTC)
RE:Kaan and Canon Edit
Dolly Gadsdon Edit
- I don't see a real difference between a) an admin moving a page without leaving a redirect or b) an admin moving a page and then deleting the redirect (which may have been tagged for deletion by another user). In most cases, it's just that the links to the redirect need to be fixed first, which has to be done by someone, you know. ;) Imperators II(Talk) 11:21, January 25, 2018 (UTC)
Tagging images for deletion Edit
Unidentified female bar patron 2 Edit
- Ah apologies, I think the discussion must have happened in IRC or something and I misremembered. My bad. Anyhow, when I nominated the article I did take a look at images of Longrigg and I agree that they look very similar; however, I asked Leland Chee to confirm it was her on Twitter and he refused. While I think it probably is her, I just don't think it's quite clear enough to make the assumption. I'm sure it will be confirmed in an interview or something similar at some point, but until then I don't think there's any harm in waiting. Ayrehead02 (talk) 20:34, January 30, 2018 (UTC)
- I saw both of those autographs while researching the article, but they aren't verified in any way and the StarTiger one only lists the autograph as "probably authentic", plus the autograph on ME-8D9 doesn't seem to be that of Stephanie Silva. Ayrehead02 (talk) 21:06, January 30, 2018 (UTC)
RE: Images Edit
Coruscant tower imageEdit
OOU articles Edit
Hi, Nightlily. When creating OOU articles for real-world people, these articles should ideally always have a Bibliography section, which is basically the OOU article equivalent of a Sources section. The J. G. Jones article, for example, should presumably be able to list The Legends of Luke Skywalker in a Bibliography section if that book explicitly credits Jones as the artist. Toprawa and Ralltiir (talk) 00:21, March 3, 2018 (UTC)
- "OOU" stands for out-of-universe, the opposite of in-universe (IU). Just another term to refer to real-world subjects. Toprawa and Ralltiir (talk) 00:28, March 3, 2018 (UTC)
PNG vs. JPG Edit
I saw in the history of Mirror cave your comment "png is superior to jpg." I don't know a great deal about the technical merits of the two formats, but I do know that Wookieepedia's image policy favors jpegs for photographic images and images with over 256 colors. Perhaps .png has improved to the point that this preference is outdated, as this policy WAS written over a decade ago; if so, it might be worth bringing up in the Senate Hall or Consensus Track. jSarek (talk) 14:38, April 28, 2018 (UTC)