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Boba Fett's Theme Edit

Hello, I'm working on the aforementioned Real World Music Project and I noticed you mentioned Boba Fett's theme as an example of a minor theme in the CT about articles for individual tracks. Is there an official source saying there is a theme for Boba Fett (I'm assuming you mean the "buuuuummm, duuuuuumm, buuuuuuum, da-duuummm" one on Cloud City)? I've heard fans say this is his theme, but I didn't think it was anything official because it's not mentioned on the track names on the TESB soundtrack aside from one of the tracks being partially called "The Departure of Boba Fett," isn't heard in RotJ or AotC, the music plays in scenes without Boba Fett (though the same is true with Yoda's theme), and Boba Fett wasn't really considered a major character by GL during the production of TESB. Not that such speculation changes anything, I was just wondering if there's an official source. -Milo Fett[Comlink] 14:16, 21 April 2009 (UTC)

Uncivil response Edit

It's wonderful that you're defending your friend and everything, but try to take in the whole story before you judge. I had routinely edited the article to make it correct (and in fact wrote that section in the first place), only to have the false information routinely placed over it. When I tried to ask him to stop, he ignored me, and when I provided him with the source backing up my information, he simply wrote "WRONG". I guess I would give you the same advice I gave him - get the facts, first. User:Demos Traxen

Insider 67Edit

Could you check Insider 67 to see if there's an image to accompany "Wat Tambor Liberated" - "CIS Shadowfeed Dispatch 14:4:12 Edition"? If there is, would you be able to scan and upload it? Cheers, -- AdmirableAckbar (Talk) 18:17, 11 May 2009 (UTC)

Thune Thanks Edit

Thanks for the Thune pic. I do plan to FA the article, though, so I will need the whole story, if it's not too much trouble. Thanks, Thefourdotelipsis 08:52, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

user page Edit

Ok so im new to this wiki thing what am i supposed to put on my user page? --Serrious 02:39, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

sysops Edit

You are quite close to the cutoff for mainspace edits to retain sysops per the new policy. I figured I'd tip you off in case you wanted to keep your tools. Graestan(Talk) 18:22, 26 August 2009 (UTC)

  • Thanks for the heads up. -- Ozzel 18:33, 29 August 2009 (UTC)

Nho'Apakk Edit

Hi, Ozzel. Do you have any idea whether this guy appears on screen in ROTJ? ~ SavageBob 23:17, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

  • Interesting. It appears to be the Ewok originally made by Kenner as Lumat. Then, of course, the CCG later identified a different Ewok as Lumat, and that seems to be the one that stuck. It's odd that Hasbro and Lucasfilm both seem to be oblivious about the Kenner figure though. As for him being in the film--I'm away from my DVD, so I'm going off a low-res video file here--but when the Ewoks are bringing Our Rebel Heroes into the village, there's Han's "Hey...", then Artoo being lowered, then Threepio being put into place, and then a shot of Han: he appears to be the one walking toward Han from the left. He's probably in that scene some more and in the next, but I can't be sure. I don't recall him in the forest battle scenes--he may be one of the ones only used in the studio shooting in England. And then at the celebration, in the shot with the Ewok playing xylophone on the Imp helmets--that might be him dancing with the Rebel pilot, but it's hard to tell. You may be able to make out more on your DVD--if not, I'd be happy to check when I'm back with mine in a few days. -- Ozzel 06:48, November 25, 2009 (UTC)
    • Well, I just looked at the full card for this 2-pack, and it's making more sense now. The image for Nho'Apakk and Paploo is the same one used for the Romba and Graak, just recolored a bit. So I'm not sure what to think anymore. Do we go by the card this time, since it obviously wasn't Graak before? Or just go by the figure and his hood? In that case, I'm not sure I recognize one like that in the film specifically. I'd have to look into it some more. -- Ozzel 07:24, November 25, 2009 (UTC)
      • Hmm. Nice detective work. Yep, that portrait image is definitely a recolor of the older card. I would guess that the actual action figure would be the best guide for us to find this guy in the film. Here is a full shot, as I'm sure you've already seen. It's quite possible, though, that this is simply some background Ewok who may never even have made it on screen. Hasbro claims he's based on an actual costume, so I take them at their word on that, but I wish they still included photography in their packaging! Anyway, let me know if you ever spot the guy. Thanks again for looking, ~ SavageBob 15:43, November 25, 2009 (UTC)

5.3 Factual correction Edit

In your pet peeves section of your user page, you state your distaste for the fact that people say that Shaak Ti and Even Piell died. Well now that is in fact true. Shaak Ti died in the Force Unleashed at the hands of Galen Marek on Felucia. Even Piell died on Coruscant from stromtroopers in Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight. I'm sure you know all this but I just figured you'd want to update your User page. Thats all Unsigned comment by Yodaman5678 (talk • contribs).

  • Good lookin' out. It has been a while since I've updated the ol' user page. I think I'll get on that right now. -- Ozzel 04:02, January 29, 2010 (UTC)

Dash RendarEdit

Hey Ozzel. My rather lengthy Dash Rendar project is almost done but I'm trying to source Jon Knoles portraying him in the CCG image. I noticed you changed it from John Knoll the other year. Makes sense, but did you manage to find a source for that? If so, could you point me in the right direction. Thanks. Green Tentacle (Talk) 20:03, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hey there. That edit probably had more to do with me being certain it wasn't John Knoll than that it was Jon Knowles. I have a few ideas where to check though, so I'll look into it. -- Ozzel 22:17, August 10, 2010 (UTC)
    • Don't know who he is, but this guy says it was a hired model.[1] And then here, way back when, Mazzic claimed to have the names of all the Decipher models.[2] So I guess you could try contacting him. Also, I don't know if you had this yet, but I did find in Star Wars Galaxy Magazine 9 that Tom Kyte is the name of the model the Hildebrandts used for Dash. -- Ozzel 06:58, August 11, 2010 (UTC)
      • I'll take the Knoles bit out and add the Kyte bit in. Thanks. Green Tentacle (Talk) 20:03, August 12, 2010 (UTC)

Suppose the following became Sith Lords... Edit

Dear Ozzel,

I have a hypothetical question: if the following characters were given Sith Lord titles ("Darth..."), what would they be?


Tavion Axmis

Yuthura Ban

Depa Billaba (if he turned to the Dark Side)


Sora Bulq

Jorus C'Baoth

Sa Cuis

Vulta Daanat


Belia Darzu

Kyp Durron

Gantoris (if he turned to the Dark Side)


Vill Goir


Irek Ismaren

Lorana Jinzler (if she turned to the Dark Side)


Kaox Krul


Exar Kun

San'sii Kursk

Galen "Starkiller" Marek

Visas Marr


Xecr Nist

Rosh Penin

Lomi Plo

Sedriss Qaga-Lok

Sarcev Quest

Marka Ragnos

Alema Rar


Siri Tachi (if she turned to the Dark Side)

Sev'rance Tann

Darra Thel-Tanis (if she turned to the Dark Side)

Jorak Uln


Tahiri Veila

Asajj Ventress



Uthar Wynn


Raah'b Yaa'n


Thanks for your honest feedback; I hope you'll include translations and origins of your Sith ("Darth") titles for the aforementioned characters!

May the Force Be With You, Khaos, Jr.

Patrick C. Jackson,; I’m also on Facebook.

P.S. I also have a list of my own Sith names, their origins and translations. If you'd like to see it... Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • I'm not particularly creative with that kind of thing. But I think this question would be better suited for a message board anyway, like the TFN Jedi Council Forums. -- Ozzel 03:03, October 11, 2010 (UTC)


Hello. I asked this before (forever ago), but I can't seem to find where you replied, so I'll ask again. Would you like to join WookieeProject Real World Music, since you are the nominator of the only quality article under the project's scope. If you've already replied, I'm sorry for bothering. But we'd be glad to have ya! God bless! MasterFredCommerce Guild(Whatever) 12:50, October 28, 2010 (UTC)

The Flag Parade Edit

Hello again. There is a discussion in the SH about whether or not "The Flag Parade" should get an article. You probably know this piece as the one that appears during the flag ceremony before the podrace in TPM. I asked because it has it's own track, is featured in numerous music books, and is even played in games like Battlefront II. They suggested I ask you since it was your option that was elected. MasterFredCommerce Guild(Whatever) 02:40, October 29, 2010 (UTC)

Niclara Varnillian Edit

Hi Ozzel, years ago, you created the article of Niclara Varnillian. You sourced it to Star Wars Adventure Journal 4. You also uploaded a picture of her, sourcing it to Star Wars Adventure Journal 13. I tryed to recheck the article and didn't found her in neither AJ4 nor AJ13. I found her only in Star Wars Adventure Journal 8. Could you say me page numbers? Is it possible that the numbers are mistyped and meant to be AJ8? Darth Morrt 08:52, December 7, 2010 (UTC)

Nho'Apakk again Edit

Ewok foot hacker

Am I Nho'Apakk?

Ewok rope puller 1

Or am I?

Hey, Ozzel! I've asked you about this before, but I may have found some more evidence for where the Ewok Nho'Apakk is featured in ROTJ. According to here and here, Nho'Apakk is the Ewok seen trying to trip up the AT-ST, sitting on its foot, during the Battle of Endor. Based on these images, what do you think? Is that him? Compare the film images to the actual action figure, a good pic of which can be found here. ~ SavageBob 04:14, March 7, 2011 (UTC)

  • That Ewok surely looks like him. I wish there would be any official word about this... --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:37, July 17, 2012 (UTC)

Novel ProjectEdit

Would you be interested in joining WP:N. Get back to me if you are. We could use someone like you. DarthRevan1173 Revan Headshot (Long live Lord Revan) 02:27, September 4, 2012 (UTC)

Request Edit

Hey, Ozzel. How're ya doing? I have a request for you...

Since we've now reached 100,000 articles, I'm planning on writing an article for Wookieepedia NewsNet reflecting on how we got this far by looking back at the earliest days of the Wook. To that end, I'm contacting as many of the oldest (unflattering term, I know. Sorry) Wookieepedians as possible and asking them to chime in.

This is (intentionally) a pretty broad question, but I'm wondering if you can tell me about your early experiences on the Wook and your impressions of what the site was like during its first couple years. Something longer than a soundbite but shorter than a short story, since I'm hoping to quote as many people as I can. Humor and wit are of course encouraged. If you're interested, go nuts, and if you're not, no worries. Thanks, and have a good day! Menkooroo (talk) 15:47, January 12, 2013 (UTC)

X-Wing over X-wing Edit

Hello, Ozzel. In regards to publications where the vessel is included in the title, the publisher's spelling of the term is what has been determined to take precedence. In the case of X-Wing publications (titles with X-Wing in the name), most of these were printed on covers in all capital letters, making initialization ambiguous. Therefore, X-Wing book, game, etc., articles were moved in good faith to what is now understood to be an incorrect "lowercasing" to what the publisher lists (such as on the Dark Horse website for instance). Would you be able to help out in moving these articles back where they belong and fixing the links? I am working on it, but it is pretty massive. —GethralkinHyperwave 09:19, July 2, 2013 (UTC)

Nala Hetsime Edit

Thanks. I will update the article accordingly. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 20:38, November 30, 2013 (UTC)

Kesin Ommis Edit

Hello Ozzel, I see that you have access to Insider 146. I have curiously noticed that last month Sompeetalay got rid of Kesin Ommis's image, and an image showing Ommis and the other pilots at Leia's briefing, from the character's article on the Dutch site. I know that he told me before that he would be responsible for making some identity changes to some CCG established characters, so is this image now used for another character? Thanks. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 17:22, December 1, 2013 (UTC)

  • Nevermind, I have been informed that the extra in question has now been established as Dak Ralter. I believe it was the same actor the whole time, and Decipher just messed up and didn't recognize him in that scene, erroneously creating the identity of Kesin Ommis. Hanzo Hasashi (talk) 17:54, December 1, 2013 (UTC)


Do you know the episode of this file? Zephee.jpg Thanks.

-Macesito 20 px 14:02, March 29, 2014 (UTC)


hey, why haven't you edited here?-- 16:50, April 13, 2018 (UTC)

  • Hello, anonymous person from a month ago. I'm not sure if you're asking why I haven't edited here ever (because, boy howdy, have I) or why I haven't edited here in a long time. If the latter, well, I kinda burned out years ago. But I look back on my time here with much fondness. And I do still check in from time to time. Cheers! -- Ozzel (talk) 05:51, May 27, 2018 (UTC)
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