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Appearances[edit source]

Please, DO NOT reorganize appearances sections by the source of apperances. [Layout Guide] demands that apperances should be sorted in order of in-universe chronology, so I'm going to revert most of your edits and if you deliberately violate this rule again, you may face trouble with the admins. Mauser 17:49, 17 October 2008 (UTC)

UnderstoodSinisterSamurai 06:01, 18 October 2008 (UTC)

Talk Page[edit source]

  • Do not delete messages off your talk page. It is considered highly disrespectful, and a bannable offense. Cheers, DC 11:10, 18 October 2008 (UTC)

It is considered disrespectful to clean up my own talk page? Alright. How soon before it vanishes on it's own? Also, can you help me by citing that clause? It's location may help me avoid other bannable taboos in the future. SinisterSamurai 00:04, 21 October 2008 (UTC)

  • Talk pages serve as a public record of discourse between users. It is not a forum or chat, so the entries won't vanish or be removed. Yes, the end result could potentially be a long talk page and even archiving if necessary. You can remove the welcome template. But just like any talk page for an article, removing entries falls under the vandalism policy. BTW, awesome that you got the Republic logo form TOR so quickly, any chance you could grab and post the Sith Empire one anytime? Dangerdan97 19:03, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

Restraining bolt[edit source]

To my knowledge no visual guide, campaign guide, novellization or picture caption on a licensed websute has identified it as a restraining bolt. So, unless we have a confirmation, don't list it. Mauser 03:06, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

Heads up[edit source]

Just to let you know, Wookieepedians are only allowed three personal images; the "Mace" collector's item picture, unless it is intended for an article as well, makes four. Your other images, however, are pretty interesting, particularly the Ackbar Rum. Anyway, thanks for listening.--Goodwood Redstarbird.svg (Alliance Intelligence) 07:05, 5 January 2009 (UTC)

Major Spoilers[edit source]

Please remove the major spoiler from your Corellian Treaty article. The Major Spoiler template should be for major spoilers only. Thank you. Darth Acheron of Tython 12:34, 15 February 2009 (UTC)

Re: SOTE[edit source]

That's awesome. Very nice job! I'd like to use all of them if possible. We'll see where we can stick them. Thanks. :) Toprawa and Ralltiir 19:47, January 5, 2010 (UTC)

Rahm Kota concept art[edit source]

The new image looks fine. All I had to do was rejig the image placement somewhat to make it fit. It works though, so thanks for uploading it! - Cavalier OneFarStar.svg(Squadron channel) 13:18, January 20, 2010 (UTC)

Linking[edit source]

Please note that articles are linked once in an infobox, once in the introduction, and once in the main body of an article. The Unidentified Jedi Master (Sacking of Coruscant) article has been returned to its original state to reflect this, as it is a current Good Article. If any problems arise with this, don't hesitate to discuss them with me on my talk page. Thank you. CC7567 (talk) 04:11, May 7, 2010 (UTC)

Re[edit source]

Well, I don't think all parts of the issue need articles. Do the Threat of Peace acts have separate parts? As far as I can tell, we don't have articles on them if they do, so consensus seems to be to not have articles for separate parts of each issue. Chack Jadson (Talk) 18:14, May 8, 2010 (UTC)

Rorworr's pockets[edit source]

Yeah, back in aught-six I did sneak a few bits of speculation into articles. Who knew somebody'd FA an obscure WOTC Wookiee? Enochf 06:32, May 27, 2010 (UTC)

Takrab's Fact Files[edit source]

Greetings, SinisterSamurai.

You seem to be familiar with The Official Star Wars Fact File 91 (TRA17-18, The Trade Federation Attack), which apparently mentions Gode Takrab. I must admit, I did not know that. I was wondering, could you please tell me what's said about that on FF91, so I can update and source the article on Takrab? Thank you very much in advance. Skippy Farlstendoiro 06:23, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

  • Jump on #wookieepedia or #wookieepedia-social, ping me, and I'll give you a link. SinisterSamurai 06:28, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

The Written Word[edit source]

I saw when you posted that video; it is indeed an interesting alphabet that I overlooked while researching The Written Word. I don't really have any particularly unique insight to it at this point, other than I think the letters are different enough from Aurebesh that Rakatan influence isn't a given, and that since it's an alphabet, "Unidentified podracer alphabet" might serve as a better title. If you are looking for help with .svgs, you might see if User:000 is available; he did our Aurebesh .svgs, and though he hasn't edited in over a year, he might still be checking his talk page now and then. jSarek 07:40, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

Chee: The role-playing game[edit source]

Answered in Toprawa's talkpage. I said: [1] ; Darth Morrt found it before I did and posted it on the FAN page. SavageBob, a user I trust, used this as the basis of one of his objections to my FAN on the Yinchorri. I really think we should analyze the implications of this…after summer. --Skippy Farlstendoiro 14:19, July 22, 2010 (UTC)

Mass hysteria[edit source]

I just had to comment and give you a thumbs up on your use of a Ghostbusters quote here. It literally made me laugh out loud. - JMAS Jolly Trooper.png Hey, it's me! 14:19, July 29, 2010 (UTC)

CSF FANom Objection[edit source]

I looked it up and there isn't enough to warrant details. Mostly the story is about the Jedi and Valorum. So I left it them under the appearance section but didn't add details in the article. Coruscantfan 23:03, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

  • Thanks. If you could also please add your vote, I'd appreciate it. Thanks. Coruscantfan 19:13, August 11, 2010 (UTC)
    • Hey, sorry to bother you again, but since you reviewed the article and struck your objection it would help if you could add your vote. Thanks. Coruscantfan 23:40, August 20, 2010 (UTC)

Gorog[edit source]

A) Non-canon? The trailer is every bit as canon as the comic. B) Is Gorog is a character or a species? All indications I've seen are that it's a species, so all that image shows is a member of a species dying. - ~ JMAS Jolly Trooper.png Hey, it's me! 12:03, October 14, 2010 (UTC)

  • A) The trailer is a teaser, designed to generate interest. It depicts some loose story elements (Yes, SK fights the Gorog), however it contradicts the particulars of the TFUII, the video game. Thus: Non-canon. The comic, near as I can tell, provides no such contradiction. I'll know more when the game is released. B) It's a species, and also an individual. It appears to be one of a kind, and while (likely) non-sentient, is known referred to as the gorog by dev staff. It shows the only known member of the species being killed. C) If you really want a CG image, capture one from the game, as at least it will be a different source than the trailer. The comic image shows scale, just as the CG one does, shows it's death, shows it's injuries, and is from a final product. SinisterSamurai 21:29, October 14, 2010 (UTC)

Signature[edit source]

Hi, don't know if you are already aware, but currently your signature doesn't have link to your userpage, as seen for example in here. Cheers (: --Tm_T (Talk) 08:01, October 22, 2010 (UTC)

Wampas in Bakura?[edit source]

Hi, I noticed you added Wampas to the immigrated species list in the Bakura article, citing Jedi Academy. But I don't remember encountering any during the Mission to Bakura.--TheBearPaw 11:13, November 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • Remove it if you like. It's the one game I haven't played. It's in the Wampa (Featured) article sourced to the same thing, and I know Toprawa (the featurer) does his homework. SinisterSamurai 17:01, November 18, 2010 (UTC)

Character killcount[edit source]

You're always welcome to make more edits to User:Station7/Character killcount list. Every information is always good. Wookieepedia is such a big site with so many character and species, so it's no easy to put them all there. Greets, --Station7 12:21, November 29, 2010 (UTC)

ROTJ Viper[edit source]

Hey, I noticed you were looking for a good pic of the probe droid in the DS II hangar, and wanted to point you in the direction of the Rebellion Era Sourcebook, there's a nice big deck-level pic of it there, I think it must be a promo shot for the movie. I'm not at home so I don't have the specifics, but I'll be able to scan it or find a copy once I do get home. Let me know whether that's what you're looking for or not. DD97Which bear is best? 23:19, November 30, 2010 (UTC)

Warning[edit source]

Watch your language when posting on public forums. We may have decided not to formally enforce an all-around ban on swearing, but dropping F bombs with impunity like this is just completely unnecessary and does fall under the provisions outlined in WP:CIVIL. Consider this your formal notice. If I see this kind of thing again, I will block you from editing. You won't be warned again. Toprawa and Ralltiir 19:39, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

  • Provisions of WP:CIVIL indicate, "Profanity directed at another contributor.". As this was directed at a situation rather than an individual, I fail to see it as falling under such provisions. But since the rules are ambiguous, perhaps you should draw up a CT so that there is no confusion on the matter. SinisterSamurai 19:48, December 15, 2010 (UTC)
    • I'm not debating the issue with you. You've been warned. Be mindful of your interaction with other users on this wiki, whether you're literally addressing a specific individual or not, or you will be blocked. I'd suggest not testing your limits. Toprawa and Ralltiir 19:53, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

Image source[edit source]

Thanks, bud! I have sourced the image. Just don't borrow it without me knowing, huh? Ha-ha. MillieMuddFan67 21:46, December 17, 2010 (UTC)

Privacy.. ahem![edit source]

Hi there, SinisterSamurai! Heh. Anyhoo, it's best if you don't converse with another user using my talk page. MillieMuddFan67 19:12, December 18, 2010 (UTC) (My Esfandia radio show)

Re:Dark Apprentice (Clone)[edit source]

I've started the removal vote. Unfortunately, I will be unable to work on the article for quite some time, but should I decide to FA it in the future, I will remember your offer. Grand Moff Tranner Imperial Department of Military Research.svg (Comlink) 15:03, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

Thanks...[edit source]


..,for obvious reasons. Jensaarai 01:31, December 27, 2010 (UTC)

  • Thank you again. Also, the fact the lightsabers Vader handed to Starkiller were the original Starkiller lightsabers was actually one of the first things I noticed when I played the game. The screencap I uploaded showing Starkiller about to fight the training droids was deliberately chosen because of that. Ain't random trivia awesome. Jensaarai 02:25, December 27, 2010 (UTC)
    • Well, there's what I get for not paying closer attention. You have to admit, though, that in game, the sabers do all look identical, at least at first glance. Jensaarai 05:58, December 27, 2010 (UTC)


Return the favor[edit source]

Thanks for the information. I'd like to return the favor by suggesting a useful program for ya. Go to the bottom of the page, and click on SWF Picture Extractor. It's free, and very useful. ;) - JMAS Jolly Trooper.png Hey, it's me! 20:11, January 17, 2011 (UTC)

  • Thanks, G. SinisterSamurai 20:28, January 17, 2011 (UTC)
    • If I understand you're post on my talk page, did you create such images as File:Hangoverssuckforbaronstoo.jpg and File:TerrorTrooperConcept.jpg by piecing together "print screen" grabs from the SWF file? - JMAS Jolly Trooper.png Hey, it's me! 14:46, January 19, 2011 (UTC)
      • The only two I recall piecing together like that were File:TerrorTrooperConcept.jpg and File:1hitKO.PNG. I may have ripped the former after piecing it together and uploaded an actual rip, but the latter is definitely pieced together from zoomed in sections of the webcomic. It's also a PNG, so it probably needs to be replaced. The rest of my TFUII uploads are rips. SinisterSamurai 21:29, January 19, 2011 (UTC)
        • Based on the file size (Kb) of the Terror trooper image, I'm guessing it was pieced together, but to be sure, I went ahead and losslessly cropped the source file and reuploaded it. I also replaced the Dalborra killing Dar'Nala shot with a native JPG format upload. - JMAS Jolly Trooper.png Hey, it's me! 18:26, January 20, 2011 (UTC)

Ryssk[edit source]

Hey, Ryssk has been removed from the CAN and the nom has been archived, so feel free to nom the article on the GAN whenever you're ready. Jonjedigrandmaster (Talk) 21:10, February 13, 2011 (UTC)

  • Thank you, but no. It should probably be handled by someone who wasn't called "the worst form of user" in private IRC message by an administrator. I finished the Ryssk CAN because I had started it before, but the comment has really killed my desire to add "pathetic and useless contributions". SinisterSamurai 21:25, February 13, 2011 (UTC)

Wampa[edit source]

Would FF 140 be on Kaskus someplace? Or, would you kindly be able to show me the entire page of the issue containing the wampa info? I'm curious to read everything in whole. Thanks for your help. Toprawa and Ralltiir 20:41, February 22, 2011 (UTC)

  • FF140 is on Kaskus. A user named kfrone has acquired several (or all) of the FFs. His declared intention is to scan and post them all. He's going backwards, and has 140, 139, and 138 up as of this post. SinisterSamurai 21:52, February 22, 2011 (UTC)
  • Note, however, that my edit summary was an very nearly the entirety of the mention. The whole thing, without truncations is, "Another Hutt favorite is animal smuggling. Gargonn the Hutt shipped exotic beasts around the galaxy - wampas, akk dogs, rancors and the like. He established a gruesome circus in the bowels of Nar Shadaa called Circus Horrificus, in which slave gladiators were forced to fight powerful beasts. Eventually, the circus was shut down by the Jedi." SinisterSamurai 22:02, February 22, 2011 (UTC)

Re:Main Title[edit source]

Thanks for the info! I'll check into it. MasterFredCommerce Guild.svg(Whatever) 13:43, February 28, 2011 (UTC)

Reflist columns[edit source]

Hi, some time ago you asked if I had fixed the {{Reflist}} template with multiple columns, apparently I have forgotten to answer so here it goes: it _should_ be fixed but if not, let me know and I'll look into it. (: –Tm_T (Talk) 09:59, March 18, 2011 (UTC)

  • It works. There is some oddness with line spacing in Chrome/Monobook when a line has a ref tag, but it looks like most other issues were fixed. SinisterSamurai 09:14, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

Saleucami Image - Re[edit source]

Well done for putting in that new image of Saleucami! Did you get it from Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption? Brilliant work there. MillieMuddFan67 14:45, March 22, 2011 (UTC)

LFA Request[edit source]

Okay, I'll do that at some point over the next couple of days, that sounds a lot easier that uploading all the adventures individually... I'm glad you're interested in them, as most of Wookieepedia's Living Force articles could all do with a lot of work. I got most of my LF adventures from Eyrezer and the only one missing from my collection is "Murder on the Queen of Cularin", although according to Jason Fry, it is possible that that adventure wasn't ever released in PDF format. Anyway, I hope you enjoy them. --Jinzler 18:04, May 12, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Official Starships and Vehicles Collection issue 62[edit source]

One cell, for example, was organized by Lucos Dannt, the Headmaster of the Naboo Royal House of Learning. His manpower included RSF volunteers, a young Wookiee, and even a Jedi Padawan. That's all there is on Rorworr; the rest of the article briefly summarizes the exploits of Dannt's group, but I don't see anything new. In regards to the resistance, as a matter of fact, they mention all three terms. When talking about the capture of Gode Takrab, it says, Fortunately, Takrab was intercepted and captured just in time by Naboo Resistance fighters. One other sentence reads, The way the Naboo were spread out across the planet in small settlements, often with little or no technology, ultimately helped the fledgling Naboo resistance, as did their knowledge of the often challenging terrain. A bit later it says, As a result, the Naboo resistance had willing helpers and reasonable shelter, as well as a limited amount of supplies. That's basically it, I think. CC has been kind enough to scan the magazine for me, so if you want to take a look for yourself, just ask and I'll e-mail it to you. QuiGonJinn Senate seal.svg(Talk) 09:32, May 14, 2011 (UTC)

Barn-burner: Halfway home[edit source]

Hey there, SinSam.

Have some Wookiee-ookiees.

I want to thank you for your efforts so far during Wookieepedia's first barn-burner. This is a not-so-personal message that's being sent out to every participant, but rest assured that everybody affiliated with this project deserves the highest praise. I've been very pleased with the number of users who have been writing, nominating, and reviewing Wookiees and Wookiee-related articles this month. Awesome job, all of you.

We're a little past the halfway mark, and at this point, I'd like to encourage everybody to focus their efforts on reviewing. Many users have been reviewing a lot already, and yes, you're absolutely welcome and encouraged to continue writing and nominating articles at this point. I just want to encourage everyone to take some time and help out others, which was one of the original purposes of this project. Additionally, the more reviewing that we all participate in, the more articles we can see promoted before the end of the month. Anything promoted after the end of May will still count as being part of the barn-burner, but it would be cool to get as much through as we can before then.

We have a list of current nominations for handy reference. If you feel inclined, find some that tickle your fancy and go nuts. Thanks again for all of your hard work. Cheers. Menkooroo 07:01, May 17, 2011 (UTC)

Star Wars Starfighter screenshots?[edit source]

Could you please tell me how did you make screensots from Star Wars Starfighter? I tried using Print Screen button but with no result :( Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs). 07:46, June 23, 2011

  • I think I used FRAPs, but I can't seem to get that machine to boot anymore. Just out of curiosity, what are you trying to capture? SinisterSamurai 19:53, June 23, 2011 (UTC)
    • PS: There's a no-HUD cheat, but the HUD seems to wonk back on if you change views, or if there's an in-level cutscene. (That's why the File:MercLeader.JPG shot was so hard to get.) SinisterSamurai 19:59, June 23, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Naboo info posting[edit source]

Hello there, thanks for the information. And it definitely seems that the "Naboo Underground" is different from the "Naboo resistance" operating in Star Wars: Battle for Naboo. Corellian PremierRobotech.jpgAll along the watchtower 19:38, June 26, 2011 (UTC)

Starships Collection 62[edit source]

Sure. What parts of the issue do you need? CC7567 (talk) 02:24, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

  • As QuiGon said, I scanned the magazine for him and provided him with a digital PDF copy. Since I assumed that I didn't need it anymore after giving it to him, I've since deleted it from my computer and from MediaFire, where I had posted it. It might therefore be best to take QuiGon up on his offer of providing you with a copy, unless he hasn't responded—I basically gave him everything from the magazine, so all you'd have to do is ask him. If he's unavailable, I can re-scan it for you and then get it to you somehow, but since QuiGon already has a scanned copy, it'll probably be quicker to ask him. If you do need me to re-scan it, please let me know soon, since I'm leaving for a three-week trip on July 4. Thanks, and hope that helps. CC7567 (talk) 23:52, June 29, 2011 (UTC)

Guineo Images[edit source]

Hello, SavageBob said that you got him an image from Star Wars: Bounty Hunter. If you do not mind could you some images for me. I would like an image of the Guineo at the start of the Coruscant industrial district level. I would also like images of the Guineo bounties on the level, Yol Areebi, J'Meeb Gumb, and Panza Hondi. Thank you for your time.--Exiled Jedi Oldrepublic crest.svg (Greetings) 14:09, July 2, 2011 (UTC)

  • I should be able to get those as soon as I get my controllers out of storage. I should probably actually finish up Bob's request, too. SinisterSamurai 19:30, July 2, 2011 (UTC)

Thank you[edit source]

SS, I want to thank you for trying to support my idea for the force unleashed 2 nemesis-class gunship, as I recently saw it in the picture gallery. I hope it eventually be come an article. One again, thanks for your support. Anakin Skyobiliviator 05:38, July 8, 2011 (UTC)PS: where did you find the cross-section?

  • The collector's edition of The Force Unleashed II came with a Mimobot flashdrive in the shape of Starkiller. The flashdrive includes a .swf file. When run, it has three subsections: "Digital Art Book," "Downloads," and "Game Script." SinisterSamurai 11:03, July 8, 2011 (UTC)

Weequay in Star Wars Bounty Hunter[edit source]

You can charged any images of Hakma Kinto,Riknak,Baladdok,Keejik Ganz,Keezo Stoolee and Brawn Dunkee?Thanks there! 21:31, August 2, 2011 bounty killer

  • I'll see what I can do. I have a busy schedule tomorrow, so it might be a day or two before I can respond to the request. SinisterSamurai 03:43, August 3, 2011 (UTC)

Thanks ;)Bounty Killer

  • I regret to inform you that my primary gaming laptop is having severe power supply issues. As it is my only dual-core machine (which is beneficial for emulating the PS2) I'm not sure when I'll be able to get to it. SinisterSamurai 15:43, August 15, 2011 (UTC
ok :( Bounty Killer

Replying[edit source]

Sorry about the whole moving the page thing but I wasn't aware that Gungan Warrior was what the character was named as in the source. Thanks for telling me anyway.Commander Code-8 08:22, June 20, 2012 (UTC)

Salvation/ The Salvation[edit source]

Hey, I reverted your move of Salvation to The Salvation since both TFU II novels and comic parse it as the Salvation throughout, and The Essential Guide to Warfare refers to it as the "frigate Salvation. Three sources to one, and generally the novels for the series are thought of as the "best" canon for the series. Just a heads up to let you know it wasn't an arbitrary move in case you have any info I don't on the subject :) - Cavalier OneFarStar.svg(Squadron channel) 21:01, September 12, 2012 (UTC)

  • I'm betting EGTW did it because we did it, but okay. Some of the Databank entries capitalize the T in "The" so I figured why not. The entry The Salvation, though, doesn't even parse it consistently with the other entries. Mon Mothma keeps referring to Salvation, so I can understand it swinging either way. I don't agree with the novels being the best source, though. I know that we treat novels and video games as equally inferior when they supplement a movie, but in TFU/TFUII's case, the novels/comics are the supplement and the game is intended to be the primary media. SinisterSamurai (talk) 05:57, September 13, 2012 (UTC)
    • Sorry, I was a little unclear over the "best" canon thing. That isn't the Wook's decision, but LFL's as seen here. Relevant part: "While the video game itself presents a player with myriad options and story paths, this novel can be thought of as the "true story" of the Starkiller." True, this is only specific for TFU I, but the novels give us the canon ending to the games so in this case it appears that LFL treat the novels as the primary media in terms of storytelling. - Cavalier OneFarStar.svg(Squadron channel) 14:01, September 13, 2012 (UTC)
      • Ah. Yeah, again though, I'd look at it as a supplement. Like determining which choices might be canon at certain points. But if it came down to a specific quote in a specific scene, and the wording was different in the novel, the flagship game, and the wii/portable game, I'd champion the flagship version as the correct one. But that'd be a very nitpicky situation, and for Salvation probably wouldn't apply unless they mention it by name in dialogue with subtitles. SinisterSamurai (talk) 19:09, September 13, 2012 (UTC)

Re: Toba[edit source]

Thanks SinSam, that is awesome -- I remembered your work on on Rorworr and was going to drop you a line after I'd gone through the Theed Adventure book, since RPGs are something a little bit outside my comfort zone. The assistance is much appreciated. Thefourdotelipsis (talk) 21:52, October 30, 2013 (UTC)

CT:Re-opening TOR and video game canon[edit source]

I thought you may wish to participate in Forum:CT:Re-opening TOR and video game canon seeing as you were involved in the consensus reached at Forum:CT:TOR and video game canon. --Gnarscien (talk) 16:29, November 17, 2013 (UTC)

Re:Dané[edit source]

Hey SS, can I ask why you removed working links from this page only to replace it with one that doesn't? Bo Shuda (talk) 07:05, November 21, 2013 (UTC)

  • Forgot to carry the two. Link works now. SinisterSamurai (talk) 11:51, November 21, 2013 (UTC)

Lugubraa[edit source]

Where in the author's cut of The Essential Guide to Warfare does it mention the Lugubraa? The information you added to the species' page is certainly there, but no mention of the species itself is made. Am I missing something? Demos Traxen (talk) 08:11, December 21, 2013 (UTC)

  • Consider it extrapolation/original research or speculation/fanon, if you must. Lugubraa and Mnggal-Mnggal aren't mentioned by our wiki-names, but all of the pieces fit IU and after becoming somewhat familiar with Fry and Wallace's style (especially after endnotes for the Unknown Region and Essential Atlas), I personally have no doubt. I pulled the same "speculation" with the Darkstaff and Faded Colors. SinisterSamurai (talk) 08:29, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
    • While I absolutely agree that, knowing their style, these are intended to be the Lugubraa and Mnggal-Mnggal, without an actual connection, we unfortunately cannot include it in the wiki. Perhaps individual pages for those names could be created, and in the Behind the Scenes, the previous entities could be named. Demos Traxen (talk) 14:54, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
      • Then we'd have two more pages, and any Bts info on those pages would be similarly removed as unverified speculation, just as the info would be removed from Lugubraa or Mnggal-Mnggal Bts. Again, like Darkstaff (currently featured) and Faded Colors, we have to fall back on Duck-test policy in order to be effective in this case. Unfortunately, 50% of the time on Wookieepedia, if it looks and sounds like a duck, it's not a duck but an unidentified duck-like creature. SinisterSamurai (talk) 15:20, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
        • Hey, guys, I didn't know about the ambiguity in the original source until I came here. One of you could try adding a comment to the blog post to see if one of the writers might give you a response; that would serve our purposes. :) ~SavageBOB sig.png 16:54, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
          • Already did. Can you see it? It's some sort of facebook plug-in and I'm not super comfortable with that. SinisterSamurai (talk) 17:06, December 21, 2013 (UTC)

Re: French Galactic Battlegrounds[edit source]

I think I can still do that, yes. What is it that you need, my friend? --LelalMekha (talk) 10:13, February 8, 2014 (UTC)

Revan[edit source]

As it's been over four weeks, please strike your objections on Revan. The use of the male faces is a personal decision that does not affect the article's content, and thus it is not necessary to add the female faces. Thank you. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit.svg Calrayn 01:05, February 10, 2014 (UTC)

  • Oh, what the hell, why not. You edited the caption so that it is at least not misleading anymore. SinisterSamurai (talk) 04:40, February 10, 2014 (UTC)

Starfighter shots[edit source]

Hey SinisterSamurai. Thanks for the tips. Unfortunately I don't own the game, I simply took that screenshot from a YouTube video. If you have it, feel free to upload a better version :) Cheers. Stake black msg 12:17, April 4, 2014 (UTC)

Racer Revenge[edit source]

Hiya SinisterSamurai. A little ways back you mentioned something about possibly having some emulation files for Star Wars: Racer Revenge. I was wondering if you did, and would be interested in getting better images for the pilots in the game. While monster sized images like File:TzidikPose.jpg would be great for everyone, the pressing ones would be Wan Sandage Jr. (Who only has a very blurry photo from a game guide and a blurrier screenshot from a youtube video of the opening cinematic), Shrivel Braittrand (And by extension Kulless, who both use concept art as their main images, although no official source has really offered these as actual images of the characters, especially noting that the art looks notably different from the final deisgns), and Occo Ninebar (Who has the same issue as Braittrand). I have the game and some cords to attach it to my computer, but my PS2 doesn't play it anymore and I'm not entirely sure how to do all of that PS2 BIOS stuff for hacking. If you'd like too help, let me know. Cheers! --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 19:29, May 8, 2014 (UTC)

  • I tried running PCSX2 on my laptops again, both my new one and the old one that worked before. I used a previous, unfinished version before, and I can't seem to get the updated version to run properly on either system anymore. Neither one is really designed for gaming, nor are they high-end machines by any standard. I own three or four now-bricked PS2s, but I still got my BIOS from the Internet, rather than ripping from my own console. Various file-sharing websites or emulation websites should be able to give you a suitable BIOS, and if you would like a more direct link I can provide you with one. Even though large companies frown upon something like sharing the PS2 BIOS, it has been deemed an exorbitant waste of money to chase down and prosecute "violators", partly because the law only agrees with them half the time. As you own the system, and the game, and are only emulating for documentary purposes a game that is not currently available through Sony's PSN, you'll most likely be completely ignored. For the large resolution, I cranked up the emulator graphics plugin to x6, and then used PCSX2's screenshot function (as the image was higher resolution than my actual display). If you still end up having trouble with it, you can try user:DarthCulator. He grabbed a few screenshots of Watto's Podracer, as well as Darth Vader's and Darth Maul's Podracers, neither of which I was able to access even when I could run the emulator. SinisterSamurai (talk) 19:51, May 8, 2014 (UTC)
    • Hmm, I'll try looking one up online then, although from reading the PCSX2 website recently it seems that there's a safeguard to protect against BIOS downloaded from the web. How, I have no idea, and it's only implied, and not explicitly stated. If it's not true, then I may have a break here. Thanks, I'll get back to you if I can get something, if you'd be interested. --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 02:03, May 9, 2014 (UTC)
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