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Yoda Stories[edit source]

Hey, I saw you added Yoda Stories to the wampa's non-canon appearances. Would you be able to tell me what role specifically wampas play in the game? Thanks. Toprawa and Ralltiir 20:45, 2 March 2008 (UTC)

Pachi[edit source]

You noted that Pachi was a misspelling of another planet on the List of planets page. Do you know what planet it should be spelled? JorrelWiki-shrinkable.pngFraajic 00:59, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

Adding compilations to sources[edit source]

  • Given your current project, you might be interested in this CT vote. jSarek 02:02, 22 May 2008 (UTC)

Hey![edit source]

I only noticed you have a Wookiee account, perhaps because of your "sporadic edits". I used to be around tfn a bit, especially the many threads relating to Pena's work and remember some of the art work you did with crazy references. You should do more! Anyway, just thought I'd "welcome" you to the Wookiee. --Eyrezer 22:03, 22 May 2008 (UTC)

Yam'rii/Huk[edit source]

Hi, Rogue Follower! I noticed you added The Essential Guide to Droids to the sources list for the Yam'rii article. I'm having trouble finding where the species is mentioned, though. Do you remember where they are in the book? Thanks for any help! ~ SavageBob 05:58, 19 May 2009 (UTC)

  • It's a brief name-drop in the LOM Protocol Droid entry, on page 26. Relevant quote: "Their target marked encompassed most insectoid aliens, such as the Brizzit, Verpine, Xi'Dec, and Yam'rii, and the LOM's features were sculpted to look generically "insectlike" to comfortably suit a wide variety of species phenotypes." Rogue Follower 03:10, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
    • OK, great. Thanks for the info! If you happen to have The New Essential Guide to Droids, I'm looking for their mention in it too. Probably in the updated version of the LOM entry? Thanks again, ~ SavageBob 04:31, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
      • Yeah, it's in the LOM entry again (page 67.) Basically the same sentence: "Not wanting to be too blatant with what was intended to be a first-generation product, IA decided to sell to a test market of insectoid species, including the Brizzit, Verpine, and Yam'rii." Rogue Follower 19:52, 21 May 2009 (UTC)
        • Great, thanks! My note-taking on the Yam'rii is now officially complete. :) ~ SavageBob 23:16, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

Tarkin[edit source]

Hey RF. Would you mind providing whatever little blurb is on the Tarkin superweapon from EGWT? Thanks so much. Toprawa and Ralltiir 04:49, 14 August 2009 (UTC)

  • It's under the Superlaser entry (page 108), in the paragraph describing superlaser developments after the destruction of the first Death Star: "Tremendous resources were funneled into developing new superlaser platforms such as the Tarkin, the Second Death Star, and the Eclipse-class Star Destroyers." Rogue Follower 21:58, 14 August 2009 (UTC)

Bubo thanks[edit source]

Hey, RF. Thanks for the info on Bubo from "Who's Who in Jabba's Palace." Eyrezer transmitted the info to me. I really appreciate it! ~ SavageBob 04:54, January 12, 2010 (UTC)

Essential Guide to Vehicles, Vessels and Vodrans[edit source]

Hi. On May 20th, 2008, you added The Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels to the source list of the article on the Vodran species. With my sights on expanding the article, I've scanned the book twice but I cannot find a single reference to the Vodrans. Could you please pinpoint the page or paragraph where the Vodrans are mentioned, if you remember? Thank you very much. Skippy Farlstendoiro 16:52, September 28, 2010 (UTC)

  • It's the last sentence on page 48 (the Enforcer One entry): "Bogga's chief enforcer, the Weequay known as Grimorg, had the unenviable job of keeping control of the many Weequays, Nikto, Klatooinians, and Vodrans who served as crew hands and boarding troops." Rogue Follower 00:59, October 4, 2010 (UTC)

Power of the Force 2 card backs[edit source]

Hi, Rogue Follower! I noticed that you mentioned at Talk:Desert sport skiff that you had the card back for the figure, which includes tons of extra information about the vehicle. I was wondering if you might have the card backs for the Crowd Control Stormtrooper and the Han Solo with smuggler flight pack as well? I can't find any good scans of the cards online, so I'm hoping someone would be kind enough to either scan them or transcribe the text from the cardbacks for me. Even if you can't help, thanks for taking the time to read this! ~SavageBOB sig.png 22:50, December 14, 2011 (UTC)

  • I have the Crowd Control Stormtrooper, but not Solo. Transcribing is easier for me at the moment: here's a pastebin transcript. Rogue Follower 02:26, December 15, 2011 (UTC)
    • Awesome, thanks, man! I'd like to see the Desert Sport Skiff's text too, if you get a chance, but there's no rush. ~SavageBOB sig.png 02:36, December 15, 2011 (UTC)

Mriss in Essential Guide to Weapons and Tech[edit source]

Hi. As of August 14th, 2009, you added The Essential Guide to Weapons and Technology to the source list of Mriss, also as the source of Mrissi having hollow bones. Can you please pinpoint me where in the book is that mention? Thanks in advance, --Skippy Farlstendoiro (talk) 19:01, November 14, 2013 (UTC)

  • It's under the Man trap entry on page 152: "By contrast, the maximum eight-gravity setting (on a one-gee world) will trap an angry Wookiee, but this level is strong enough to crush thh bones of a hollow-boned avian, such as a Mrissi." Rogue Follower (talk) 23:42, November 14, 2013 (UTC)

Chiss bitizens[edit source]

Hey there. I'm curious. Where did you see Sev'eere'nuruodo, Sev'rance Tann and Spiker in Tiny Death Star? I found none of those so far. Cheers! Stake black msg 03:19, February 27, 2014 (UTC)

  • Check the very bottom of the "Bitizens" section in the Album. There should be a "Galactic Registry: Series 1" with 24 character slots. They're in there. It's fairly new; I just spotted it yesterday and haven't seen the bitizens in person yet. But their names are in the Album, so I'm sure they'll show up eventually. I think they're doing an Ewoks/Wookiees/Chiss update soon, based on some of the new levels and characters they've added. Rogue Follower (talk) 03:35, February 27, 2014 (UTC)
    • Oh, nicely spotted! By the way, I'm a little unsure about how many and which DS establishments deserve articles on their own right. What do you think? Stake black msg 03:41, February 27, 2014 (UTC)
      • Hard to say. I feel the ones with unique names (e.g. Scoop of Hoth, Jedi Jump Up) definitely preserve articles, but others with more generic names (e.g. Trash Compactor, Rancor Pit, Technician) are of lesser priority. If there is an existing article (e.g. trash compactor), I would just add the Appearance there. The apartment levels are somewhere in between. The names are pretty generic, but I think they have enough character that they merit articles. But I'm not eager to take on a large article-creation project myself, so take my opinion with a grain of salt. :p Rogue Follower (talk) 00:16, February 28, 2014 (UTC)

Barundi in Rebel Storm[edit source]

Hi. On May 21st, 2008, you added a source to Barundi (species), specifically Ultimate Missions: Rebel Storm (Picture only), later renamed Rebel Storm. I'm checking each and every card in the set, plus the Game Rules book, and I still can't find a Barundi anywhere. Would you remember where they appear? Thanks in advance, --Skippy Farlstendoiro (talk) 20:23, September 17, 2018 (UTC)

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