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The Jensaarai Mentor Award is given to Sompeetalay by KEJ for providing Wookieepedia with greater knowledge in overlooked or obscure areas.

Sompeetalay, welcome!

Hello and welcome to Wookieepedia. I hope you like the place and choose to join our work. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

I hope you enjoy editing here and being a Wookieepedian! By the way, you can sign your name on Talk and vote pages using three tildes, like this: ~~~. Four tildes (~~~~) produces your name and the current date. If you have any questions, see the help pages, add a question to the Community Portal talk page or ask me on my Talk page. May the Force be with you! And nice to see a familiar face from What's The Story?! --Azizlight (aka Arf Maul) 22:51, 18 Dec 2005 (UTC)

FormattingEdit

Please list your sources in a separate section, by writing them under "==Sources==". Also, put everyone of your articles in a category. For example, if you make an article about a starfighter, write "[[Category:Starfighters]]" on the bottom. JimRaynor55 22:23, 28 Dec 2005 (UTC)

  • Hi! I'm new to this system of adding stuff, so I'm trying to learn things. It's not always easy, but I'll try. --Sompeetalay 10:04, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Dressing a GalaxyEdit

Since you own this book, could you do some scan uploads, such as Neb Creip and other characters newly named in the book? Also, Wiki has a Cellheim Anujo pic, but there is some confusion. the OWS indicates Cellheim is Tundra's aide, does DaG indicate Celleim is a Senator in his or her own right? Please contact me on this! thxJustinGann 22:07, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)

  • Hi Justin, I'm sorry but I really don't like scanning 'Dressing a Galaxy'. The book says 'Senator Outfit' with Cellheim, so I'd say he / she is indeed a Senator or a Senatorial aide. Many characters are pictured very small in this book in an index at the end of it. I'm sorry about scanning the book. --Sompeetalay 10:03, 30 Dec 2005 (UTC)
    • Hi Sompeetalay. I just cleaned up your talk page layout. If you put an asterisk (*) in front of a paragraph, it creates a bullet. You can create further indented bullets by using two or more asterisks. Cheers! - QuentinGeorgeThx :) I'm not familiar with all these controls over here. --Sompeetalay 15:36, 1 Jan 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the Dex's Diner patron infoEdit

Hi Sompeetalay, just wanted to say thanks a bunch for helping me track down the patrons of Dex's Diner. Cheers! --Azizlight 00:59, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)

NameEdit

LOL! I LOVE your name, friend. Reminds me when I tried to write down Greedo's speech :D MoffRebus 23:01, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC) You're welcome :p --Sompeetalay 23:47, 3 Jan 2006 (UTC)

CCG Entries:


I see your doing alot of the CCG card entries, a few things to keep in mind:


1) make the Sources a link, like this:

SourcesEdit

Qi Zhu Edit

Please don't simply clear away all the text for pages you think are wrong. If you have a concern about an article, you can ask a question in the article's talk page. If you think an article doesn't belong in Wookieepedia, you can use the Votes for Deletion process. For crap articles like blatant fanon or vandalism, a Speedy Delete template can be used, and an administrator will delete the article ASAP. Only admins can actually delete pages. I'll put a note in Talk:Qi Zhu. Also, you can use Template:Canon and Template:Fanon. There are a lot more listed at Wookieepedia:Template messages. -LtNOWIS 20:54, 5 Jan 2006 (UTC)

  • Thanks for the information. I tried to find the 'I object' picture, but I hadn't had a clue how to do it. Sorry about the mess --Sompeetalay 21:01, 5 Jan 2006 (UTC)

MadakorEdit

What is the source of Madakor's 1st name? Please let me know at my talkpage.JustinGann 16:46, 14 Jan 2006 (UTC)

Fire-eyed pillbugEdit

What is the source of the name of the fire-eyed pillbug of Dagobah in ROTS and can you provide a pic showing which critter it is?JustinGann 14:52, 22 April 2006 (UTC) Hi Justin, I must admit I seem to have totally forgotten about it :$ I must have gotten it from the SW Messageboards from Pablo Hidalgo or Leland Chee. Check the Dabobah scene and see what creature isn't accounted for :$--Sompeetalay 19:33, 23 April 2006 (UTC)

TyphoEdit

Why did you move Gregar Typho back to Typho? I notice you've added a section in the BTS stating his name appears in Death on Naboo, so why the move? That book is canon - Kwenn 15:00, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

  • I made a mistake and forgot to fix it! At first I thought it was fanon, because Typho often got a fanon name. It was only later that I saw the source. My mistake! --Sompeetalay 00:19, 27 September 2006 (UTC)

R2-A1 Edit

Is R2-A1 fanon? It didn't seem like nonsense to me, so I just put the fanon tag on rather than deleting it. —Silly Dan (talk) 22:35, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

  • There are only 2 Astromech Droids in the Tantive IV. I'm just wondering, where would this guy come from? Since there are no sources, it seems like nonsense to me. --Sompeetalay 22:37, 2 October 2006 (UTC)
    • And this page IDs them as R4-M9 and R2-Q2. On the other hand, googling for R2-A1 gets me hits on astromech.com, pictures which could be official costume tests or fans in costume, and a claim that the droid was in ROTJ serving on the DS2. I'll delete it for now: it's been poorly sourced since January anyway. —Silly Dan (talk) 22:47, 2 October 2006 (UTC)
      • Astromech.com is totally unreliable. It's as infamous as Red6 concering fanon. --Sompeetalay 23:38, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

UserboxesEdit

If you would like any userboxes made just see my talk page.Thanks! --ScwhinkyCommunicate 17:04, 3 January 2007 (UTC)

  • Thanks! I'll think about it :) --Sompeetalay 17:06, 3 January 2007 (UTC)

Insider 92Edit

Hey, sorry I didn't get back to you before. Here's the rest of the stuff (mostly that was already known):

  • Unknown to the Rebels but later theorized, the temples were built by Sith followers of Naga Sadow 5,000 years before.
  • Vong destroyed the Great Temple.
  • Rebels used recon-towers because the mists and wildlife were hard for sensors. The towers had retractable stalks so that sentries could enter and exit at ground level.
  • Prennert was on recon-tower four. It was atop an unnamed monument north of the Massassi site. He had a view of the Great Temple, the Temple of the Blueleaf Cluster, and the Palace of the Woolamander.

That's about all the IU stuff. I didn't know about the Fernandin Scouting Expedition in Galaxy Guide 2 before. I'll have to expand that article now! -- Ozzel 00:51, 2 March 2007 (UTC)

    • Thank you about that information :) --Sompeetalay 06:48, 2 March 2007 (UTC)

Corpsey Edit

Just out of curiosity, but why do you want Corpsey to be deleted? I do not see any reason to have it deleted. --Jedimca0(Do or Do Not, There is No Try) 23:23, 5 August 2007 (UTC)

  1. Hi! Well, I don't see any reason why the page should be kept. The Ewok has no official name. We could rename it into 'Unnamed dead Ewok'. Then it'll be clear that he / she hasn't got an official name. So I added it to the delete list because I'm a SW nominalist. I name everything that has been named but I also don't name that which hasn't been named yet. Better to be unnamed than given a fake name. Most people will realise it's a fake name but sooner or later there will be a fan who doesn't. It doesn't need to be deleted, it needs to be renamed in my opinion. So I was a little harsh in my conclusion.

Besides, where does the info come from that the mourning Ewok is Romba? A lot of Ewoks look a like, so we must almost be certain about his identity. --Sompeetalay 00:32, 6 August 2007 (UTC)

  • Debbie Lee Carrington played the mourning Ewok, and at Celebration IV it was indicated that Romba was that Ewok. I have a suspicion that whoever determined that (probably Chee) may actually have been mixed up, because I think there are two different Ewoks that look very similar: the Romba on the CCG card and the mourning Ewok.... but anyway, as far as what's in the Holocron is concerned, that Ewok is Romba. -- Ozzel 00:40, 6 August 2007 (UTC)
  • Are you sure that Romba is the mourning Ewok? Has Leland confirmed this? Because he's the only one who can since it hasn't appeared in any of the books. On his blog, Leland stated he tended to stay with the pictures from the Action figures' cards [1] --Sompeetalay. 08:04, 6 August 2007 (UTC)
  • Regarding the renaming of the Corpsey article, I would direct any interested parties to the convenient conjecture tag located directly beneath the article's title. --School of Thrawn 101 08:08, 6 August 2007 (UTC)
  • I stand corrected about the Romba case [2]! --Sompeetalay 08:09, 6 August 2007 (UTC)
    • Is "Corpsey" Romba's dad? I could swear when Romba is mourning he calls Corpsey "Daddy." Or maybe it is an Ewokese word that just sounds similar but means something else? Still, many SW alien words sound remarkably like their English equivalents.JustinGann 03:20, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

Blog commentsEdit

[3] Interesting. I have some comments on this. 1. You should add the thrantas and thranta riders, both of which the EU canonized (and Wildlife of SW and AOTC evolved into aiwhas!). 2. The "tauntaun" concept art which became the Cracian thumper in WEG also became the rockhopper in Droids cartoons. 3. the Esoomian concept art also became TOTJ's Zexx species. 4. The Tocoyans and "Vodranites" are not only in the CCG, but also in Shadows of the Empire: Evolution. They are among the villains who attack Guri. 5. In addition to CCG, Makurth have appeared in the Darth Bane novel. 6. Bozzie Barada became "Bozzie Baranta" in the Episode I Racer game. 7. About the Ciasi of Tund and Sanhueli of Hueli IV--what is the source of this info? I know these characters are canon, but are their species and homeworlds fanon? I know this is on Wookieepedia, but nobody has been able to confirm a source, despite my requests.JustinGann 03:20, 21 September 2007 (UTC)

  • Well, I must admit it has been awhile since I created that blog entry :) I totally agree with 1-2. I did include the Esoomian. I thought Zexx was an Esoomian. Well, comics aren't exactly my field of expertise :) I must admit I didn't really check any sources on those podracers since they're not in the movies, I care less about them. I'll see what I can find out. --Sompeetalay 08:11, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
    • Well, I know for a fact Tocoyans and Vodranites appear in Evolution, since I found them there myself. I think Wikia even has the relevant pics I added from the comics. The Zexx, though based on the same concept art as WEG's Esoomian, is a separate species. The Zexx have a separate homeworld (Prazhi), are shorter than Esoomians (maximum 2.5 m for Zexx, Esoomians can reach 3+ meters), and have separate roleplaying stats. In-universe, it is likely the Zexx are "near-Esoomians" or vice versa, though this has never been confirmed.JustinGann 20:02, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
      • Thx :) I never thought of that. Is that from the TotJ Sourcebook? --Sompeetalay 22:30, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
        • The Zexx species name, homeworld, size, and stats ARE in TOTH sourcebook; the "near=Esoomian" idea is just speculation on my part.JustinGann 21:53, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Naboo CouncilEdit

Another question for you: you say the current wikia picture of Hela Brandes is NOT her. So who is? Do you have a blog about the councilors with correct pics?JustinGann 21:53, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

  • Sorry Justin. It seemed I made a mistake. It's her allright. I must have confused her with another unnamed person present in the Theed Throne Room. It sure wasn't my best day back in January :p --Sompeetalay 23:20, 30 September 2007 (UTC)
    • Also, two other concept art made canon aliens:

1) in TPM concept art, one of Jabba's slave girls was shown, sort of ferret-looking, with a long tail "for modesty;" this species, while not yet name, was canonized by Wildlife of Star Wars, which showed individuals of this race such as a ringmaster and a senator you can see a pic of the Senator of this race here, standing next to the Twi'lek senator: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:Trnb.jpg 2) The lemur people designed (but cut) for ROTS were canonized as natives of Mygeeto in Complete Locations. http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Mygeetan http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Talk:Mygeetan

Sources Edit

You seem to have access to several sources, and I was wondering if you could please maybe look at this list to see if you have any of the books mentioned (not the novels, I'll get them myself somehow). If you do, couuld you please get to me any information about Darth Vader - in particular his suit - from those sources? Thank you very much for your time. -Solus (Bird of Prey) 02:11, 21 December 2007 (UTC)

  • Dear Solus. From your list I have 'History of the Mandalorians from Star Wars Insider 80', 'Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force', 'The Last of the Jedi: Against the Empire (expecting it)', 'Evasive Action: Recruitment, Prey, and End Game'. There is nothing about Vader's suit in Jedi vs Sith. I'll see what I can do about it. Please send me another message if it takes too long. --Sompeetalay 09:31, 21 December 2007 (UTC)
    • Really? Thank you very much. Take as long as you need, I'm in no hurry. -Solus (Bird of Prey) 17:23, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
      • What kind of information are you looking for? Isn't the article on WP satisfying? :) --Sompeetalay 18:28, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
        • Oh, you shouldn't have asked me that. Answer for Question 1: Everything and anything regarding the suit. The minor stuff is usually important, and maybe not mentioned anywhere else. Little stuff; I have one entry in the document that I've been putting the information that just says 'Vader could shrug' - which is, in a way, important, as his pauldrons don't look as if they'd allow him to shrug. For the comics, if there are any interesting facts denoted by a frame that pertain to it, I usually went ahead and copied the frame just in case I had room in the article. Answer for Question 2: No. -Solus (Bird of Prey) 18:56, 22 December 2007 (UTC)

Cal Alder Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay. I'm looking for some confirmation on a bit of information found in the Cal Alder article that I saw you added quite a while back. I'm trying to source the entire article and a source for this sentence eludes me: "During the battle he operated in the defensive perimeter and helped to direct snowspeeder groups." I'm guessing the info comes from "Who's Who in Echo Base" from Insider 74, since that's the only Alder source I don't have. Would you be able to shed some light? Thanks. :) Toprawa and Ralltiir 08:27, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

  • Hello. Yep, it does come from Insider 74. At first I thought the article was bad but later I discovered it had more new info than I had realised. In case of any doubt, please check Yodapedia for more sources. It's in Dutch but the sources are of course in English. Perhaps it might help someday. --Sompeetalay 10:10, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

Gherant Edit

Hey again, Somp. Another question for you. I was looking through the Gherant article and a bit of information confuses me: "At the time of the Battle of Hoth, Gherant was a deck officer with the rank of commander, and his duties included controlling access to the Executor's computer core, a position for which he had been personally selected by the command ship's captain, Firmus Piett." The information about the computer core seems to comes from your Gherant blog, which states that his CCG card reads: "This Imperial Navy Commander served as the Deck Officer aboard the Executor during the last years of the New Order. Gherant was hand-picked by Captain Piett, and was responsible for preventing unauthorized access to the Super-class Star Destroyer's computer core."

However, this description does not match the CCG description here: http://decipher.com/starwars/cardlists/dagobah/dark/images/commandergherant.gif

Just wondering where you may have gotten this from so that I may source the article. Thanks. Toprawa and Ralltiir 23:39, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

  • Hi! Well this is all Decipher's fault. They added Gherant in their Dagobah set while Gherant was never seen in 'TESB'. He was seen in 'RotJ'. So I thought since the other officers of the Dagobah Expansion were set in 3 ABY, why Gherant shouldn't be. Regarding the computer core, I've checked it and I don't know where I got it. It's on Bob Vitas' site as well so I might have gotten it from there. Since there is just one source of Gherant, it cannot come from somewhere else, I guess. I'm going to change it op Yodapedia. I consider it a mistake. Thanks for clearing this up ! --Sompeetalay 23:58, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

Images Edit

Please remember to source any images you upload. Thanks, -- AdmirableAckbar (Talk) 15:38, 1 May 2008 (UTC)

  • This is a screenshot I took from the dvd. How should I source that? --Sompeetalay 15:51, 1 May 2008 (UTC)

ROTJ Ewok IDEdit

63.64.127.229 22:08, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

  • Yes, how may I be of service?--Sompeetalay 22:11, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

http:// threads.rebelscum.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Number=3101291&page=2&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=365&fpart=1#3101291 Connect http:// and threads. 63.64.127.229 22:14, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

Cantina Patron pics?Edit

Can you please help get those uploaded for ever ANH patron? I don't have the software for it. Many of them have the times they appear onscreen in the SE DVD. 63.64.127.229 22:34, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

    • I wish I did. My dvd player on my pc isn't working properly anymore. I can only use it for emergency situations. But you can have a look at the known Cantina patrons over here. --Sompeetalay 07:10, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

Sergeant Tarl Edit

  • Where is this guy in Return of the Jedi? It's hard for me to identify him. The ROTJ line by line game says he's the stormtrooper who said, "All right move it," (etc, etc) and as the one who led the group that were pummeled by ewoks, and is the only source, albeit unreliable, that tries to identify him in the film. Where is he in the actual film? Can you write an article about him on Yodapedia or something? Thanks. 24.91.192.55 17:22, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Hi! I think that he's one of the Stormtroopers escorting the Strike Team out of the Bunker but I'm far from sure. Indeed I haven't made an article about him yet. I have problems with my dvd player on my pc and it's getting very hard to make screenshots. But I'll have a look at it. --Sompeetalay 17:56, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
      • Tarl --Sompeetalay 16:01, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
        • Thanks for the article. Also, speaking of stormtroopers, do you know which one was TK-875 in the Luke Tarzan swing part? I know TK-119 was the Wilhelm screaming trooper, but which one was TK-875, and was he a human or clone? Whenever you can, could you try to also make a TK-875 article on Yodapedia? 24.91.192.55 19:38, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
          • Hi, I'm afraid there is not much known about these guys, except for their cards :) --Sompeetalay 20:23, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
            • Alright, thanks anyways :) 24.91.192.55 21:30, 3 September 2008 (UTC)

0 BBY on Yodapedia Edit

Hi, I tried editing 0 BBY on your site to add a few deaths, like Torent, Mod Terrik, Mauler Mithel etc. etc., but only screwed up the page. Can you help me fix those mistakes, as well as add those aforementioned deaths? 24.91.192.55 19:55, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

  • I reverted the changes. You don't need to add all these secondary characters. --Sompeetalay 20:33, 9 September 2008 (UTC)
  • Thanks. 24.91.192.55 21:15, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

Vandolay Edit

Hello, it's me again, I read your Vandolay article on Yodapedia, and I'd like you to know that from what I've read he also is in Return of the Jedi on the Executor, however I can't identify where I can see him in ROTJ, but then again I also suck at identifying background characters who are obscure. Can you add that info to his page on Yodapedia, and also help me see where I can see him in Return of the Jedi, a screencap if possible? Thanks. 24.91.192.55 20:48, 10 September 2008 (UTC)

  • Hi! It's highly unusual that Vandolay appears in RotJ as well. They would never use the same extra to play the same obscure character twice in the classics. The only sollution is that they have used a frame from TESB to be placed in RotJ of which I'm not aware. So wherever you read this, they're wrong. --Sompeetalay 06:04, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
    • Um I read it on this website's Vandolay page. 24.91.192.55 20:35, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
      • This is just one of the many mistakes that WP has regarding Decipher characters. They just look at the picture of Decipher instead of looking at the character. Vandolay never appeared onscreen aboard the Executor in TESB. He can be seen in the Avenger. Can you find any proof on that card that says that Vandolay died? Then why does the entry on WP contain Vandolay's death? There are many things added to entries that are just presumed. In YP's entry I mentioned that it could have been a temporary assignment aboard the Avenger to explain his appearance onscreen in TESB. --Sompeetalay 21:30, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
        • Alright, so I guess the Wook has got that wrong, I was just going by its word. Thanks for clearing that up. 24.91.192.55 21:36, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
          • Unless there is no proof, we cannot assume that Vandolay appeared in RotJ. --Sompeetalay 06:05, 12 September 2008 (UTC)

Tenn Graneet Edit

Is he this gunner (http://media.stars.ign.com/media/142/14239819/img_5341670.html)? I know he's this gunner (http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:Tenn_graneet.jpg), but the camera always changed angles in between those two, so I can't tell whether or not the are the same character or different. Are they in the same room, and the gray wall behind Graneet are lights that flickered on when he pulled the lever, or is it a different room and two different gunners? I would believe they're different, but I can't tell for sure. Also, with Tenn Graneet's CO, is he the first gunner whom we see, the one who pushes the button the control panel when we hear the voice, "Commence primary ignition?" On a movie quotes website, it attributed the quote to the gunner played by Grant McCune, who is the one standing next to the laser with a Death Star Trooper, but I'm not sure whether or not that would be Tenn Graneet's CO. Hopefully you can answer these questions for me, thanks.71.233.247.70 21:51, 4 October 2008 (UTC)

Rogua Edit

Was Rogua killed by Luke on Khetanna? The photo of him shows him on the sail barge, plus the Rogua page states that he died on the sail barge in its explosion. Is he that one gamorrean guard we see get struck down by Luke's lightsaber, or is that another gamorrean?

  • Please check Yodapedia. From what I believe, Rogua is the Gamorrean who has duty along with Ortugg. Since we know which Gamorrean Ortugg is, we can assume who Rogua is. This is another prime example of Wookieepedia's 'automatic asuming' behavior. A lot of times there is just no evidence / logic for what is written. --Sompeetalay 08:24, 27 October 2008 (UTC)

Ortugg Edit

  • I read your Yodapedia bio of Ortugg, and it mentions that he did not go on Jabba's sail barge, and remained as a palace guard, but his ultimate fate is unknown. This doesn't seem to be the case in Gartogg's story in Tales from Jabba's Palace, the one EU book I've read. After Gartogg told Ortugg that Dannik Jerriko murdered those victims that he discovered without solid evidence, Ortugg gets pissed and tells Gartogg that he'll be going on the sail barge, and when he gets back he'll have Porcellus cook Gartogg as pork, and obviously in the epilogue it is mentioned how Ortugg never returned from the sail barge. How come your YP bio of him says that he remained in Jabba's palace, and is still alive, even when Gartogg's EU story says Ortugg died in the Skirmish at Carkoon? 71.233.247.70 19:30, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
    • Hi, 'unknown user'. Thank you for your help. It's been too long since I read 'Tales from Jabba's Palace'. Some Gamorrean entries on WP are weird so I didn't trust that Ortugg entry. I'll check it and correct it. Thx for helping! --Sompeetalay 19:34, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
      • No problem 71.233.247.70 20:10, 30 November 2008 (UTC)
        • Oh, and I also kind of forgot, did Ortugg also mention that Rogua would come with him, and that would mean Rogua was also presumably killed, or was that not mentioned? While I clearly remember Ortugg going on the sail barge, I don't remember whether or not it was mentioned that Rogua went with him. 71.233.247.70 20:20, 30 November 2008 (UTC)

Rogua in Gartogg's story Edit

I forgot, was it just Ortugg who went to the Khetanna according to Tales from Jabba's Palace, or did Rogua accompany him? If that's the case, then Rogua was probably killed in the Battle of Carkoon. If you remember well enough, does Gartogg's tale mention Rogua going to the sail barge and never returning, or did it just say that about Ortugg? 71.233.247.70 00:00, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

  • To be honest, I don't know. I need to check this out. --Sompeetalay 07:05, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

KE-829 Edit

  • Hey there, a couple of days ago I read in KE-829's talk page that he was not one of the stormtroopers who Obi-Wan snuck past and who were talking about BT-16's, but was instead one of the ones who watched the duel between Obi-Wan and Vader. Would yu know which trooper is really KE-829? 71.233.247.70 20:57, 20 December 2008 (UTC)
    • The Complete SW Encyclopedia mentions that he's indeed one of two Stormtroopers who were guarding the Tractor Beam. So the info was correct as was presumed by the quote on his card :) --Sompeetalay 23:38, 20 December 2008 (UTC)
      • Is there also any official mention of whether or not he died in the Battle of Yavin, or can that just be assumed? 71.233.247.70 01:54, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
        • Nope, nothing about that. But I guess it can be assumed (though not 100% certain) :) --Sompeetalay 08:59, 21 December 2008 (UTC)

Koodan vs HerglicEdit

Hello. Back in Demeber you have reflected the fact that Bar-Kooda and Ry-Kooda are confirmed by The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia to be Herglics in their artilces. If you have the book, could you please confirm if Jahnar-Kooda was listed as Herglic as well? If he is, then the name of Koodan can finally be proved to be fanon. Mauser 17:42, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

  • Hi! He has an entry but no species is mentioned. But I think it's safe to assume he's also a Herglic, according to the other Kooda's. --Sompeetalay 20:05, 8 January 2009 (UTC)

TK-119 Edit

I tried to edit his YP page earlier because he's a clone, but it got screwed up. If you look at the card, it will say that he is a clone. Oh and btw I also read your pages on DV-523 and DV-692, they are also clones, and being part of the 501st Legion that makes them Jango clones. 71.233.247.70 22:11, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

Retail Droids Edit

I noticed that you found the model designation of the retail droids. Where did you locate that information. Also, can you update the infobox to include that designation with the valid source referenced? Gethralkin 14:35, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

Never mind, I guess you were entering it as I was leaving this message. Thanks. Gethralkin 14:35, 28 January 2009 (UTC)
  • No problem, I just don't know how to leave a source tag in an article itself. --Sompeetalay 15:58, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

TK-875 Edit

He's a clone according to his wizards card. 71.233.247.70 00:36, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Endor commando pictures from Yodapedia Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay; I was browsing through the net looking for pictures of the Endor commando team, when I came across these two pictures that you had uploaded to Yodapedia; Beezer and Junkin. It appears to be an image of the commandos clustered around Luke, and I was wondering if you had the full image at all? Thanks in advance. - Cavalier OneFarStar(Squadron channel) 10:15, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

    • Yes I do. It's from Behind the Magic. Can I mail it to you? --Sompeetalay 12:37, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
      • That would be excellent. I'll shoot you an email through the wiki system as I'm loathe to give my own one out on a public site. Thanks! - Cavalier OneFarStar(Squadron channel) 14:34, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

Vlix Oncard pictureEdit

Hey. I'm pretty sure File:Vlix.jpg isn't actually from the Droids cartoon, but I've never worked out where it came from. I noticed you uploaded a version of the same image on Yodapedia a while back, so can you remember where it came from? Thanks. Green Tentacle (Talk) 14:41, 7 February 2009 (UTC)

  • You're right, it isn't. The picture is from a proofcard from the extremely rare figure. --Sompeetalay 19:10, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Which explains why I've never seen it. Thanks. Green Tentacle (Talk) 13:34, 8 February 2009 (UTC)

Death of Rogua Edit

  • Rogua was mentioned as going to the Khetanna and never returning from the trip in Gartogg's tale. It said that Gartogg had always wished he had gone on that trip with Ortugg and Rogua, and was kind of sad that Rogua never heard him finally speak in complete sentences. Could you add that to the Rogua bio on YP? Hanzo Hasashi 17:33, 20 February 2009 (UTC)
    • I'll check it out !--Sompeetalay 21:24, 20 February 2009 (UTC)

GA guy/Farrell Edit

Hey, Peet. I noticed this and was wondering if you'd looked into the Green Squadron guy's history versus that of Farrell. The GS guy was an X-wing pilot leading up to the release of the A-wing, not the R-22, which makes a retcon somewhat problematic. I won't lie; I wish you hadn't outright asked Mr. Chee for the retcon. At least, not without giving him all the pertinent information. Please let me know how it pans out so I can do the merger myself (I look after the GS pilot article since I promoted it to FA) if it becomes necessary. Thanks. Graestan(Talk) 23:00, 24 February 2009 (UTC)

    • My name isn't Peet, you can call me Tim :) About Farrell, I feel it's just too obvious that these are one and the same. The pilot from Rebel Assault has the same face as the pilot in RotJ. Let's not make the universe even more complicated than it already is. If I'm not mistaken, Farrell does pilot an R-22 in Rebel Assault (because the A-Wing wasn't invented yet), doesn't he? Rest assured, the chances that this question will be answered are 3720 to 1 and normally, the Holocron should have all the info needed. But Hasbro will be releasing a Farrell figure in a Pilot Evolution Pack, so maybe there will be a retcon after all :) --Sompeetalay 08:58, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

1047 Edit

Hi, I never actually read Davin Felth's tale, and thus my only source of information on trooper 1047 is WP, was he indeed one of the troopers who were in Docking Bay 94 during the shootout prior to the Falcon's departure in the story, or is that only assumption? If it is assumption, then what where was 1047 really last seen, in the movie or in the EU story? Hanzo Hasashi 15:32, 14 March 2009 (UTC)

  • I need to find out fist who 1047 is :) If he's in the tale of Felth, there is not yet a source that indicated who he really is. --Sompeetalay 15:50, 14 March 2009 (UTC)
    • He was supposedly according to WP one of the ones in the beginning. Then, it is revealed in the tale of Felth that he was the trooper who went in the cantina with Felth from ANH. According to that story, 1047 afterwards shot the Jawa Het Nkik after the latter attempted to kill them with an uncharged blaster. Finally, at least according to WP (and I don't know whether this was true or just an assumption) he was in Docking Bay 94 when Terrik was shot by Felth. Hanzo Hasashi 16:29, 14 March 2009 (UTC)

Praji Edit

According to your YP bio, his fate is unknown after he was spared by Vader when apologizing for the failure to catch the droids at Mos Eisley. That is not true, as when Vader transferred his Devastator crew to the Executor, Veers prevented Praji from coming along, and Vader focused on finding Luke and was thus too busy to override Veers' decision. Then according to Tinker, Tinker, Soldier, Praji, he went from warlord to warlord after 6 ABY, and became a general, eventually siding with the cloned Palpatine. In 10 ABY, Praji led the Imperial forces that conquered Kaikielius prior to the push towards Coruscant at the onset of Operation Shadow Hand. The cloned Emperor Palpatine then made him the Governor-General of the world, re-establishing the old connection between Kaikielius and the Praji family. Praji soon realized that the new theocracy was not the despotic Empire he had wished to serve, so he retired, but not before seeing to it that Kaikielius was placed under his command as governor-general. Hanzo Hasashi 00:02, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

  • Yeah, I still need to update it. But if you can read Dutch, can't you write in Dutch as well? --Sompeetalay 20:49, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
  • I can't read Dutch, I use an online translator to read. And I was the one who messed up the pages for TK-119 and TK-875 while trying to say they were clone troopers. Hanzo Hasashi 00:02, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Please don't add anything to Yodapedia if you're not fluent in Dutch. I really appreciate your effort and interest but I think we better continue to communicate here or elsewhere :) --Sompeetalay 09:32, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

Sneevel Images from .nl WikiEdit

Greetings, Sompeetalay.

I am trying to FA the article Sneevel. Another Wookieepedian told me about two images that you uploaded to the .nl starwars wiki (this and that). Both of them could be useful in the article I'm working at; but the Wookieepedia would need to know the source of the images. Firstly, if you remember it, could you tell me the source from which the images were taken? Also, would you mind if I upload them and use them in the article? Thank you in advance, --Skippy Farlstendoiro 06:18, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

  • Hi Skippy :) Well I guess they're from the VD [visual dictionary] from TPM and the concept art is from The Art of Episode I. Or maybe the concept came from the Databank when it was still 'in shape'. --Sompeetalay 08:00, 17 April 2009 (UTC)
    • Thanks again. I'll try to check the sources and, if I can confirm them, I'll add the images to the article. A pleasure talking to you. --Skippy Farlstendoiro 08:11, 17 April 2009 (UTC)
      • No problemo! Glad to be of help. You'll find Yodapedia has more surprises ;) --Sompeetalay 08:19, 17 April 2009 (UTC)
        • If you don't mind me butting in, the full-body Roors image does indeed seem to come from the Episode I Visual Dictionary (p. 57). Not sure on the concept sketch. ~ SavageBob 04:03, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
          • I'm not sure either :p But considering the fact that it's not a 100% full picture, my guess is that it came from the old Databank. --Sompeetalay 08:19, 18 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Alquono deg apprefaron to you both. I've checked the Visual Dictionary; full-body comes from there. Sketch, still searching; I must have a copy of the Databank somewhere...--Skippy Farlstendoiro 12:09, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

Garon Nas Tal Edit

Where can he be seen in Return of the Jedi? Is he visible on the Khetanna? I do know he is seen looking down when Luke is in the rancor pit from reading your message in his talk page, but where else can Garon be seen in the film? Hanzo Hasashi 02:28, 26 April 2009 (UTC)

  • He can be seen more than once in the movie if I'm not mistaken. If I'm not mistaken - I'm not at home right now - you can see him when Luke falls into the Rancor pit. --Sompeetalay 09:24, 26 April 2009 (UTC)

Morseerian suitEdit

Hey, Sompeetalay. Can you remember what the source is for this image? Thanks for any help! ~ SavageBob 08:02, 29 May 2009 (UTC)

  • Oh dear ... I have to think real hard to figure that one out. --Sompeetalay 13:47, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
    • Let me know if anything comes to you! It's the only clear image I've been able to find that shows how many fingers Nabrun Leids has per hand. The Hasbro toy of him has him with four fingers per hand, but it looks like that's an error based on your photo. Unfortunately, I can't use the photo or the information inherent in it without known where it came from... :( ~ SavageBob 06:46, 30 May 2009 (UTC)
      • I think this photo has been in my SW map for years. I really have to do some research about this one ... --Sompeetalay 13:39, 30 May 2009 (UTC)

Torent in ANH Edit

  • Is Sergeant Torent the Imperial navy trooper who seen is on the Death Star overbridge with Tarkin literally the second before the station was blown up by Luke Skywalker? Hanzo Hasashi 23:27, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
    • Difficult to say. You'll have to examine the screenshot at that moment to find out, I think. I always thought Torent was on duty when Alderaan was destroyed. Of course he could have been still on duty during the Battle of Yavin :) --Sompeetalay 09:06, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
      • There is a navy trooper stationed exactly where Torent was when Alderaan was destroyed during the Battle of Yavin, when Tenn Graneet's voice was heard saying "stand by" and Tarkin is observing and the Death Star got destroyed the second later. Hanzo Hasashi 16:34, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
        • Yeah, I know but we don't know for sure if this was Torrent unless somebody can clearly compare the face of this guard with Torrent's. Or unless they'll finally complete the Visual Guides on SW.com (not...!). Couldn't we start a petition of somekind to bring them back? --Sompeetalay 18:40, 11 June 2009 (UTC)

Vacation Edit

best Sompeetalay, when my block is lifed on Yodapedia, I,m already on vacation. There's no internet, so i don't make adjustments and page's to my return at August the 7th (time to return is still not fixed). I want to say that because it looks stupid if my block is lifted and i don't make changes or page's for more than two weeks. --Darth Blazer 11:55, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

  • Na twee weken lift YP de blok op. Wat er daarna gebeurt, hebben wij niets meer mee te maken. --Sompeetalay 17:57, 15 July 2009 (UTC)

Gherant actor Edit

Hi, just letting you know that Gherant was played by Pip Miller, not by Jonathan Oliver. I am going to change that on Yodapedia. Hanzo Hasashi 15:21, December 14, 2009 (UTC)

  • Apparently the page is locked to prevent editing, so can you make that change? I'll probably write that Gherant was portrayed by Pip Miller in the BTS though. Hanzo Hasashi 15:24, December 14, 2009 (UTC)

Geonosis Arena Question Edit

Hi Sompeetalay! As the master of source, I'm wondering if you could help me out with something. I want to improve Threepio and Artoo's articles here on the wook a lot, and I find myself stymied on an Attack of the Clones-related fact. Do you know who the Jedi is that deflects the blaster bolts back at Threepio's body, knocking the droid head off of him? He's the guy with the green lightsaber here. I can't find a Jedi article with his picture here on the wook. If you don't know, no worries, and thanks for taking the time to read this. Cheers! Menkooroo 06:45, January 23, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hello! To my knowledge, this is one of the many characters that still hasn't gotten his name. --Sompeetalay 07:07, January 23, 2010 (UTC)
    • Thanks so much! I'll ambiguously refer to him as "A Jedi" or something. Menkooroo 07:26, January 23, 2010 (UTC)

Pol Treidum Edit

Apparently the Pol Treidum page on this site says he was an ISB agent by 0 BBY. Is there any canonical proof he indeed was? I looked at the card, and there is no mention of it. Your article on him on Yodapedia doesn't mention him being ISB either. Is that unverified info, such as the previous assumptions that Vandolay and Suba (who didn't even appear in ROTJ) died during the Executor's destruction in the Battle of Endor, as well as many other assumptions Wookieepedia articles make? Hanzo Hasashi 22:12, January 24, 2010 (UTC)

  • I'm not at home right now but the only source that could contain info about him being ISB is the Complete SW Encyclopedia. But I bet this is one of the many assumptions on WP. There are a lot of users who have no idea how to treat sourcematerial and even worse, when you complain about it, you'll be blocked. That's why I hardly care anymore what happens on WP. It's a great website but I'm not Don Quichote fighting windmills :) --Sompeetalay 23:02, January 24, 2010 (UTC)
    • I check back through the history of the article, and that information was added by Borsk Fey'lya. He may be able to tell you where it came from; it's been there since 2006, so hopefully he'll remember. ~ SavageBob 23:58, January 24, 2010 (UTC)


wat was er verkeerd aan Edit

ik deed allen wat er stond op die wikistickers. wat was er eigenlijk slecht aan die grievous gallerie. Please answer. ps:taal maakt toch niet uit op talk pagen. en ik ben ook belg dus. da van da engels ik ben gewoon van op engelse sites te typen dus. kon nie anders dan hier te zeggen want je nlokte me op yodapedia.

  • Wat uitmaakt is bijvoorbeeld de manier waarop je schrijft. Zonder hoofdletters, zonder leestekens, enzovoorts. Wie slecht schrijft, schrijft overal slecht. Dat maakt een zeer povere indruk en wij willen graag dat alles zo goed mogelijk in orde is. Die galerij (en geen 'gallerie') bij Grievous was overbodig. Wij hebben liever niet dat er in artikels wordt 'geprutst' (= dingen aanpassen die niet nodig zijn). Ik ben ook gewoon van Engels te typen maar YP is Nederlandstalig. Ik had de indruk dat je gewoon maar wat dingen lukraak bent beginnen aan te passen (als ik het denk te weten wie je was) zonder onze regels te hebben gelezen. Iedereen is welkom op YP om dingen aan te passen maar wel exact volgens de regels. Anders wordt het daar een soep van jewelste. We zijn zeer streng maar dat is echt nodig. --Sompeetalay 22:39, March 4, 2010 (UTC)

Chiraneau Edit

Although a long time assumption made on Chiraneau's page on this website, 2008's The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia was the first source to confirm his death when the Executor crashed into the Second Death Star. Hanzo Hasashi 02:48, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

  • Wasn't Chiraneau on the Executor as Piett's personal advisor during the Battle of Endor? Hanzo Hasashi 21:14, March 9, 2010 (UTC)
    • He's never seen on the Executor onscreen so we can't assume anything. --Sompeetalay 21:44, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

Zillo Beast Edit

Hiya, I had subtitles on the TV at the time and they seemed to had spelt it like that though I must confess that at times they can be wrong. The names though did sound like the ones I have spelt so far. Hope that helps. Darth Batrus 18:02, April 4, 2010 (UTC)

Yotts Orren Edit

Is Yotts Orren the Nikto who runs away from Luke Skywalker on the Khetanna shortly before Luke blew up the Khetanna with its main gun? Hanzo Hasashi 19:30, April 5, 2010 (UTC)

  • To be honest, I don't consider Yotts a part of the official canon. He's clearly a mistake of decipher because he looks 100% like Klaatu en there was no other Nikto dressed like Klaatu in Jabba's organization. Same goes for Lathe. I consider these two names to be aliases. --Sompeetalay 22:11, April 5, 2010 (UTC)

Dag! Edit

Hoe gaat het? Klow 17:38, June 23, 2010 (UTC)

  • Très bien ;) Nice to see another Belgian on WP. --Sompeetalay 17:45, June 23, 2010 (UTC)
    • Yeah, a few here! I used to spent a lot of time here, although I still come very often. ;) Klow 09:29, July 1, 2010 (UTC)
      • I don't edit that much on WP anymore, but of course I'm a daily visitor. More than enough work with Yoda & Teekay-421 :) --Sompeetalay 09:33, July 1, 2010 (UTC)
        • I guess! Klow 20:11, July 8, 2010 (UTC)

Hello Edit

Hi i was wondering since u are such an expert with ewoks if u could send me a list of ewoks that fought in the Battle of Endor to my e-mail address: david_51397@hotmail.com. I would really appreciate it, Thanks!!

Taloron Hunter armor Edit

Taloron Hunter armor

Where am I from?

Hey, Sompeetalay. I figured if anyone could answer this question, you could, so here goes: I've been expanding the article on the Taloron species, and I'm ready to write up the "Behind the scenes" section. I'm pretty sure the image to the right is a concept design for Return of the Jedi, but I've checked all my behind-the-scenes books and media and can't find it anywhere. Do you have any idea whether this image has appeared anywhere else besides the two editions of the Star Wars Sourcebook from West End Games? Thanks for any help! ~ SavageBob 04:22, September 11, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hi Bob. I saw that expansion on the Taloron earlier this week :) I'm pretty sure too it is a concept design for RotJ, but I'm not 100% sure either. Right now, I'm not at home, so I'll need to check that on Tuesday when I can check my books. I can't promise you anything, but I'll do what I can. I guess it's concept for one of Jabba's henchmen, maybe some of his Skiff Guards. You can always mail me as well on sompeetalay@teekay-421.be --Sompeetalay 16:28, September 11, 2010 (UTC)
    • Cool! I'll be happy to learn anything you can dig up. :) For what it's worth, our Imperial Sentinel article claims in its BTS section that the Taloron Hunter armor is based on sketches by Nilo Rodis-Jamero for the Emperor's Royal Guard. However, when I followed up on the two sources it lists for that assertion ("Shades of Blue and Red", a defunct SW.com article; and "Emperor's Royal Guard" in the Databank), I find no sign of the image in question, even if I go back on those websites with the Internet Archive. Happy, er, hunting... ~ SavageBob 16:46, September 11, 2010 (UTC)
      • No problem. Thanks for looking! I think everyone has just assumed that it's a production drawing (and it most likely is), but the only place we've seen it is in the SWSB. ~ SavageBob 16:52, September 17, 2010 (UTC)
        • I think it's a production drawing as well since I don't believe WEG used original and new art for the SWSB (except for the maps). Every image in that book is either a photograph or artwork for the movies. I think the LFL Archives have loads of artwork that we have never seen :) --Sompeetalay 22:00, September 17, 2010 (UTC)

Visual Guides of starwars.com Edit

Hi! As you surely know it, the online Visual Guides's pictures are not archived by Archive.org. I searched for them on starwars.com, but haven't found them. But the search dropped some of your comments, in which you asked for the Visual Guides to return. Did you find them somewhere else? Do you have a copy of them? I was working on several articles, which were sourced by the Visual Guides, and I would like to check the Visual Guides. I have never seen them. Darth Morrt 22:31, September 26, 2010 (UTC)

  • Yes and that is a true shame. I have the VG archived because I knew something like that could happen. I'll see what I can do with them. --Sompeetalay 08:10, September 27, 2010 (UTC)

Davod Jon Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, I am currently working on Davod Jon as a GAN, and I have read on your article about him on YP that he awaited Vader and Palpatine's arrival on the second Death Star. Does that mean he is also visible during Palpatine's arrival in ROTJ? I had previously thought that none of those Imperial officers' faces could be seen clearly enough to be certain, however I have always found that you were among the better people when it came to spotting minor characters in the movies. As is, all I wrote of his onscreen time in the film was of him awaiting Vader's arrival. Any help would be appreciated. Hanzo Hasashi 20:08, October 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • Well ... let's see. Jon can be seen when Vader arrives, that much is clear. Then, he can also be seen on several photos of scenes that didn't appear in the movie. On one of them he's standing with a bunch of Officers next to Vader. It can be seen on the back of 'The Imperial Sourcebook'. Now, I should double-check it, but I think there are more officers in that picture then when Vader arrived, so it must have been taken when Palpatine arrived. That's why I said that Jon was present during Palpatine's arrival. When the picture was taken right before Palpatine arrived, then Jon must have been present as well. It's not because that scene didn't appear in the final movie, that the picture becomes worthless. --Sompeetalay 21:38, October 18, 2010 (UTC)

Stormtrooper squadEdit

Hi Sompeetalay, do you know, whether the four stormtroopers, who escorted Leia to Vader in ANH are identified? Are they confirmed to be identical to troopers in any other scene? Here they are. Darth Morrt 13:32, October 23, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hi ! None of them have been named and they are not confiremd as being somewhere else on the Tantive IV. --Sompeetalay 17:56, October 23, 2010 (UTC)

Some CSWE info for Yodapedia Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, still working on my over-one-month long projects of Godherdt and Davod Jon, I have also read the Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia entries on both, and it provides more information for both characters. Here are the verbatim entries the CSWE has on both, so you can also add new relevant information for Yodapedia:

Godherdt An Imperial captain, he served aboard the Executor as a sensor monitor, keeping data on the integrity of the Star Destroyer's hull. Captain Godherdt was known as a skilled fleet engineer and sensor officer. (Vol. I, p. 349)
Jon, Colonel Davod An Imperial armed forces officer, he was promoted for his skills and bravery as a scout. He also was known as a proficient leader, and was part of the Empire's Special Forces unit before serving under Admiral Piett during the Battle of Endor. Jon advocated the development of wilderness survival training for Imperial troops, despite the obvious technological advantage the Empire maintained over its opposition. (Vol. II, p. 171)

Hanzo Hasashi 04:14, December 6, 2010 (UTC)

    • I'll try to remember to add this info :) I have the CSWE but I haven't really used all that information yet on YP. I'm not sure, but I'm wondering if the info contains anything new. Let's hope so --Sompeetalay 12:19, December 6, 2010 (UTC)
      • Yea there is, I'll specifically highlight the information that is new. Hanzo Hasashi 14:38, December 6, 2010 (UTC)
      • Done ! A lot of info was already in the entries, but indirectly. --Sompeetalay 18:07, December 6, 2010 (UTC)

Blount Edit

Hello, Sompeetalay!

I'm wondering if you can help me out. I have a random hankering to write up and FAN Lt. Blount. A few years back, I asked at the sw.com forums if it was known who was in the Falcon's quad guns during the Battle of Endor, and you directed me to your blog. (I'm Jeff Ferguson at the sw.com forums, by the way). This image. that you link to in your blog looks like it's from a Fact File --- do you happen to own that Fact File, and if you do, do you know which number it is? Blount's article currently lists "The Official Star Wars Fact File" as a source, and I'm assuming that it's referring to the image from your blog. If you happen to know where that image is from, definitely let me know! If not, no worries; your blog and your knowledge of source are huge helps to me already. :D Cheers! Menkooroo 06:48, December 18, 2010 (UTC)

  • Hi Jeff. I'm not at home right now, but there is indeed an image from the Fact Files about Blount where he can be seen with Cracken. I have all the FF for I scanned that picture of my blog. I do need to check from what FF this picture came from when I'm home :) --Sompeetalay 14:23, December 18, 2010 (UTC)
    • Thank you so much! You are fantastic. Let me know when you get home. :D Menkooroo 14:43, December 18, 2010 (UTC)
      • Well, at Yodapedia, we've got articles for all the FF (UK). Perhaps you can already find something over there? :) --Sompeetalay 19:34, December 18, 2010 (UTC)
        • No luck. :( But thank you for the suggestion. :) If you're able to find it when you get home, let me know. If not, it's OK. Cheers! Menkooroo 12:37, December 19, 2010 (UTC)
          • Yes! That is definitely helpful. Thanks so much. :D Menkooroo 01:12, December 27, 2010 (UTC)

Mistaken identity? Edit

I raised a point here that we may have incorrectly identified some characters. SavageBob recommended talking to you about this. Will you weigh in? Flame Deity 00:14, December 25, 2010 (UTC)

  • I gave you my two cents on the issue. You have all the reason to doubt the identity of some of these characters because some of them are very confusing, but I used the 'same' images on Yodapedia for these characters as well. So my final suggestion is let them be like they are now and maybe add a remark 'behind the scenes'. --Sompeetalay 01:48, December 25, 2010 (UTC)

Re: Mistaken identity forum Edit

Hi Sompeetalay, I have seen the forum on mistaken identities, and I still have some questions about the Mosep Binneed vs. Tawss Khaa discussion. Does this mean that Binneed should not be considered the Nimbanel walking around in Mos Eisley after Luke and Ben left the cantina when Wioslea tried to sell them her X-34 landspeeder, and that was instead Tawss? Is so, I will remove it from Mosep's article. I do believe, however, that Mosep must have been the Nimbanel sitting in the cantina, or is that also unverified? Hanzo Hasashi 18:12, January 7, 2011 (UTC)

  • Like I stated before, the problem with Binneed is that the only pictures that have been given to him - if I'm not mistaken - are pictures that are actually pictures used during the costume setting or something like that. You can see those pictures in SW Chronicles. Decipher just created another background for Mosep's card. Regarding Tawss, it's obvious where she appears for that background is not created by Decipher and it's an 'actual' screenshot from the movie. So we can't deny that screenshot and Tawss's appearance. It does sound 100% logical that Mosep could be the Nimbanel in the Cantina, but that's just not confirmed, unfortunately. --Sompeetalay 23:45, January 7, 2011 (UTC)
    • Thank you. Also there is another case of mistaken identity that has not been addressed: one of the snowtroopers with Bursk during the deleted scene with the Wampa room: a Decipher card says he is Sergeant Narthax, a human from Ukio, while Wizards of the Coast card (seen here: http://www.wizards.com/swtcg/images/esb/blizzard_force_snowtrooper.jpg) has a photo of the same character, and he is apparently a clone stormtrooper! What would your take be on this? If it were up to me, I'd consider that Wizards clone card non-canon, completely overwritten by the Narthax human from Ukio Decipher card. Hanzo Hasashi 05:07, January 8, 2011 (UTC)
      • Addendum: apparently Jabba's Databank behind the scenes actually has confirmation that Mosep Binneed is briefly glimpsed during the Mos Eisley scenes, and that is all it says. Should we thus assume that perhaps Mosep was the Nimbanel in the cantina after all, while Tawss was the one in the streets? Hanzo Hasashi 05:22, January 8, 2011 (UTC)
        • It would just be assuming, nothing more, nothing less. --Sompeetalay 07:23, January 8, 2011 (UTC)

Wunka Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, I am nominating Ewok AT-ST pilots for deletion, since they are not unidentified, but in fact Leland Chee confirmed one to have been Widdle Warrick, while the second, since I saw your Yodapedia article, is Wunka. For the sources you listed The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, so I assumed that was the source which confirmed it, but have done a request on Forum:Entry requests to be sure. If that is not the source, which source confirmed Wunka to have been the other hijacker? Thanks. Hanzo Hasashi 03:22, January 11, 2011 (UTC)

  • They have been identified. Widdle has been named by Leland, indeed, in an issue of Insider. When that source is listed on YP, I'm pretty sure that it will be Wunka. To be 200% sure, I'll check it when I get home. --Sompeetalay 09:42, January 11, 2011 (UTC)
    • Wunka: A dark-furred Ewok who helped Chewbacca to commandeer an AT-ST during the Battle of Endor in The Complete SW Encyclopedia. --Sompeetalay 12:47, January 11, 2011 (UTC)

Dainsom Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, is Dainsom also the Navy trooper seen standing outside the Executor's bridge when Vader walked past to discuss a probe droid's findings on Hoth shortly before the Battle of Hoth with Piett and Ozzel? I know he is seen standing outside the bridge when Vader walks past towards the end when the Millenium Falcon escapes from Cloud City. I would believe, since we don't get to view his face, that it is difficult to tell if he is also that guard shown onscreen before the Battle of Hoth. What's your say? Hanzo Hasashi 19:51, February 17, 2011 (UTC)

  • How, I guess that's impossible to tell because we can't see Dainsom's face :) --Sompeetalay 22:50, February 17, 2011 (UTC)
    • Thanks, I was certain there was indeed no real way to tell, but wanted another user's judgement as well :) Hanzo Hasashi 05:49, February 18, 2011 (UTC)

Nho'Apakk Edit

Ewok foot hacker

Am I Nho'Apakk?

Ewok rope puller 1

Or am I?

Hey, Sompeetalay! I think I may have 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 04:13, March 7, 2011 (UTC)

  • The problem remains, that there hasn't been any official confirmation, but the Ewok who's hitting the foot of the AT-ST does look like Nho'Apakk for sure. The other Ewok's hood looks too brown, while our subject sports a more greyish hood. Let's try to ask Leland again ... --Sompeetalay 10:24, March 7, 2011 (UTC)
    • Thanks for the feedback. In my opinion, the first Ewok (pulling the rope) has a face that more resembles the action figure, but I agree with you about the hood. The foot-chopper's hood is a bit different from the toy in that it seems to have a part toward the bottom whereas the toy seems to have a hood where the bottom is attached. Where is the proper forum to ask Leland Chee? Can you ask him; I only have an account here as far as I know! :) ~ SavageBob 15:52, March 7, 2011 (UTC)
      • The hood does look a bit different, but I guess it's a smaller detail than the color. I've asked Leland on the SW.com messageboards, so let's wait and see. --Sompeetalay 22:51, March 7, 2011 (UTC)

Magaloof's name Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay. You wrote at Talk:Magaloof that the character received his name not in Inside the Worlds of Episode II but in the DVD commentary of Episode II. I just watched through the chase scene with the commentary track turned on, but I didn't hear any mention of him. Are you talking about some other commentary? Thanks for any help! ~SavageBOB sig 17:11, April 16, 2011 (UTC)

  • Yeah. His name appeared in the written commentary track you could read when popping the dvd in the computer. I did it once, but I can't do it anymore, since my dvd player in the computer is malfunctioning. The commentary of AotC had lots of new names (mostly in the Outlander) before they appeared anywhere else. --Sompeetalay 23:01, April 16, 2011 (UTC)
    • Hmm. I wonder if that was a feature unique to the European release? I can't find that feature anywhere on my set. Is it on Disc 1 or Disc 2? ~SavageBOB sig 23:24, April 16, 2011 (UTC)
      • Good heavens, I don't think it was a European release. I believe it was called 'Dvd text commentary'. I had lots of problems playing this, so I only played it once. The other prequel dvds got it too, though I'm not sure about RotS. --Sompeetalay 10:04, April 17, 2011 (UTC)

Tempest Force Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, were all the Imperial personnel stationed on Endor during ROTJ members of Tempest Force? I am working on restoringGrond (Imperial) to good status, and one of the objections that came up was proof of his being in Tempest Force. Hanzo Hasashi 14:36, May 24, 2011 (UTC)

  • Phew, I think that's impossible to tell. Are there any sources that indicate that he was part of Tempest Force? Do we even know what Tempest Force really is? I just notice that I really need to update this to Yodapedia :p --Sompeetalay 15:30, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
    • No there aren't. And Tempest Force were the AT-ST's led by Commander Igar in the AT-AT Blizzard 1. The Endor Limited branch of the CCG goes into great detail about Tempest Force. In terms of other members, Drazin was a part of Igar's honor guard, Wallen was recommended to Igar's command on Endor, so were at least some of the other troopers, and the Outflank card said that the scout troopers were apparently part of Igar's defense of Endor. Therefore, I would assume that means the troopers I mentioned would be Tempest Force members as well. Hanzo Hasashi 15:38, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
      • Also don't forget that Grond does not appear on Endor. He appears on the Death Star. Of course he could have landed on Endor afterwards ... --Sompeetalay 15:50, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
        • That is indeed true, and I have also seen your Yodapedia article. Unfortunately on here it refuses to acknowledge that he was on the Death Star without a source mentioning it. Hanzo Hasashi 15:57, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
          • Well, it seems obvious that his image was placed before a fake background. I didn't know that the CCG was more important than the movie. But hey, this is Wookieepedia. The Wiki were all that's unverified rules. --Sompeetalay 16:00, May 24, 2011 (UTC)

Head-to-Head and Character Encyclopedia Edit

Hi Sompeetalay, on Yodapedia you have updated a bunch of articles with info from both Head-to-Head Tag Teams and from the Star Wars Character Encyclopedia. Some of these characters I have seen that you haven't in any way edited their articles with info from either source, and in some cases, no info from both sources. Does that mean there is no new info on them, since you did not add it? I have started a forum for updates from these sources. Also I do have one more question: on Yodapedia I see you edited Saelt-Marae and added the Character Encyclopedia, but am not sure whether or not there is any new info based on your edit. Hanzo Hasashi 03:54, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

Head-to-Head for Zuckuss and 4-LOM Edit

Do you happen to have the info from Head-to-Head Tag Teams for these two? The Character Encyclopedia is currently on my buying list, so I plan to cover that one hopefully this week. But if I can knock off at least one of these sources, that'd be great. Thanks. Trak Nar Ramble on 04:04, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

  • Actually, nevermind. I grabbed the weight information off of Yodapedia. Unless of course that book has even more information... Trak Nar Ramble on 05:05, June 27, 2011 (UTC)

Squalls Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, do you know if Sergeant Squalls appeared as one of the minor Rebel Commandos in ROTJ, or if he's an exclusively EU character? As you can see, his page here lists him as appearing in ROTJ, but has no photo of him. Hanzo Hasashi 17:02, July 12, 2011 (UTC)

  • That's true. He appears in 'GG 5: RotJ' from West End Games, but was never given a 'face' in the movie. Still could be an open option to name one of the many unnamed commandoes. --Sompeetalay 19:34, July 12, 2011 (UTC)

I've seen a ghost! Or rather... I haven'tEdit

Hey Sompeetalay. I'm wondering if you can help me out. I've always taken it as a Givin (heh) that Elis Helrot is in A New Hope, but I can't seem to find him. He's at a table with M'iiyoom Onith and Feltipern Trevagg, but the only shot of that table (at 1:53 in this video) doesn't seem to show him. Since that was part of the supplemental shooting, he can't be in the background of any wide shots of the bar. Anyway... I hope I'm missing something, but, to your knowledge, is he definitely in the movie? Menkooroo 06:14, August 17, 2011 (UTC)

  • Actually, that's a very good question. He absolutely is in ANH, but I think he was just offscreen. He was part of the Cantina pick-up shots in LA. There are many pictures of him seated with Onith and Trevagg. I remember seeing a Givin in Galaxy Guide 4, but I didn't recognise him. It was only later that I found out that this guy was in the Cantina. --Sompeetalay 07:20, August 17, 2011 (UTC)
    • Yeah, he's definitely at the table with Trevagg and Onith, but it doesn't seem like he appears onscreen. In which case, I don't think we can list ANH as an appearance. :/ Menkooroo 07:27, August 17, 2011 (UTC)
      • In 'spirit' he did appear in ANH, didn't he? There are so many characters from the movies that don't appear onscreen. Think about several Senators from the prequels, for instance. --Sompeetalay 07:41, August 17, 2011 (UTC)

RotJ obscure characters Edit

Hey Sommpeetalay! I'm working on Unidentified balding Human and I need to know if he is in Jabba's Palace in RotJ. I know he is on the Sail Barge, but I'm not 100% sure about the Palace. I'm going to try and look too, but someone told me that you're good at spotting obscure characters in movies. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Cal JediInfinite Empire (Personal Comm Channel) 21:47, September 8, 2011 (UTC)

  • Oh dear! The scene you got to check is the one where Luke, Han and Chewie are brought before Jabba and when 3PO talks about the Sarlacc. You will be able so spot Vul Tazaene with a couple of bald guys at his side. I'm not sure if this dude is among them, but it might be worth checking out. Please let me know if you found something (no Probot help allowed) :p --Sompeetalay 23:16, September 8, 2011 (UTC)
    • Thanks! I'll check it out and let you know. Cal JediInfinite Empire (Personal Comm Channel) 12:59, September 9, 2011 (UTC)
      • OK, I checked it out. And you were right on. He is the bald guy on the right side of the screen. Thanks again! Cal JediInfinite Empire (Personal Comm Channel) 02:25, September 10, 2011 (UTC)
        • Glad that I could help! Unfortunately, this is one of the many unnamed characters in Jabba's Palace. --Sompeetalay 10:15, September 10, 2011 (UTC)

Ebe E. Endocott Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay! Can you weigh in at Talk:Ebe E. Endocott? I've responded to a years-old thread you started there. Thanks! ~SavageBOB sig 18:04, December 2, 2011 (UTC)

Ebe E. Endocott Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay! Can you weigh in at Talk:Ebe E. Endocott? I've responded to a years-old thread you started there. Thanks! ~SavageBOB sig 18:04, December 2, 2011 (UTC)

  • Done ! :) --Sompeetalay 23:28, December 2, 2011 (UTC)

More Mos Eisley Madness Edit

Me again. :) Stop by Forum:SH:More Mos Eisley Madness when you get a chance. Leland Chee has thrown a kink into some traditional Mos Eisley character identifications. I think it's his effort to clear up years of confusion created by Decipher, but it still means we have lots of cleanup to do here and on Yodapedia. ~SavageBOB sig 16:53, December 16, 2011 (UTC)

MarmorEdit

Hello Sompeetalay, does Marmor actually appear in Return of the Jedi? Thanks in advance. Hanzo Hasashi 18:13, December 16, 2011 (UTC)

  • Good question. I've been wondering about him myself for some time. There is a guy in the movie with boxes, but he doesn't look like Marmor. I've just checked it again and I can't find him. I'm sure this guy was on the set but he seems he was offscreen. --Sompeetalay 12:37, December 17, 2011 (UTC)

Dressing? Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay. I'm wondering if you can help me out! I think that you have Dressing a Galaxy --- do you know if there's anything in the book about Sei Taria? If so, is this image or possibly this image in there? Any help would be amazing! Thank you. :) Menkooroo 19:44, December 20, 2011 (UTC)

  • Hi! I do have 'Dressing', but Sei Taria isn't really featured in the book, except for a small picture of her at the index. But, please pay in mind that I don't have the expensive edition that contained (grumble, grumble) extra pages. It might be possible they're from one of those. --Sompeetalay 19:52, December 20, 2011 (UTC)
    • Thanks for the info! It's really appreciated. :) It seems that those might just be pictures from Kamay Lau's private collection. Even if they don't appear in canon, at least I can make her "Behind the scenes" section beautiful. :P Menkooroo 19:15, December 21, 2011 (UTC)
      • Who knows :) But nevertheless, you found them online, so that was a neat discovery ! :) --Sompeetalay 09:45, December 22, 2011 (UTC)

Tyrant Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, do you know which source identifies the Tyrant's designation? I thought it was an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer, like its article here says, but have as of yet not found the source that confirms it. However, I saw Imperial-class Star Destroyer's article on Yodapedia, and saw that there it is listed as an Imperial II-class Star Destroyer. Looking through the history, I saw you wrote it upon the page's creation. I'm assuming you know the source? I'm working on Cabbel, and that was an objection brought up. Thanks. Hanzo Hasashi 01:23, January 17, 2012 (UTC)

  • I think the source that I used this time was simply the movie itself :) --Sompeetalay 14:26, January 17, 2012 (UTC)

Torent Edit

Hello Sompeetalay, can Torent be confirmed as the Death Star Trooper seen during Alderaan's destruction? IIRC you said a while back he is, though I don't know how that can be determined with that film one's face hardly visible. Thanks in advance. Hanzo Hasashi 05:55, April 17, 2012 (UTC)

Chall Bekan Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay! I have a quick question for you. In your opinion, is Chall Bekan the Morseerian sitting with Greedo in the cantina scene of A New Hope? It's hard to know since Decipher Photoshopped a Morseerian into a Mos Eisley background for the Chall Bekan card. But, then again, there are only two Morseerians in the cantina, and only two named Tatooine Morseerians in Decipher's card game, so it's easy to assume they're the same. What's your take? ~SavageBOB sig 13:34, May 7, 2012 (UTC)

  • In fact you said what I believe as well. The picture of Decipher does not show us for sure if Bekan is that Morseerian, but you can't see any other Morseerians in ANH, so he has to be Bekan. Unless proven differently, I presume that he's Bekan. --Sompeetalay 13:38, May 7, 2012 (UTC)
    • Thanks! We're debating how to treat the characters here, but I think I agree with your position. ~SavageBOB sig 13:39, May 7, 2012 (UTC)
      • Decipher's images must often be used in combination with the reality of the movies. The CCG showed us an Ithorian and a Chadra-Fan in Jabba's Palace for instance, but you just know that those can't be for real. --Sompeetalay 13:47, May 7, 2012 (UTC)

Tyr Taskeen or Duron Veertag? Edit

Over at Green Tentacle's talk page, we've been discussing the identification of a close-up shot of one of the Yavin Celebration extras as being either Duron Veertag or Tyr Taskeen. He's done a pretty careful tracking of who is where, and has come to a different conclusion than you did over at Yodapedia. I thought I ought to point this out, in case you want to fix the Yodapedia article and/or rebut Tent's analysis. jSarek 18:35, May 13, 2012 (UTC)

  • Yes. It's something that I have been wondering about ever since the picture was revealed. The problem is that you can't get a clear view of the faces of either Taskeen and Veertag. Veertag can nowhere be seen in close-up so we have no idea what he looks like. I always though that Veertag and Taskeen really looke alike. So I have decided to change the pictures on Yodapedia, based on the position of the characters during ANH and on other production photos. My first decision was mostly based on the bended position of Veertag's cap, since its hard to decipher Taskeen and Veertag their faces. --Sompeetalay 20:27, May 13, 2012 (UTC)

Nho'Apakk Edit

Hey, Sompeetalay! Hanzo Hasashi noticed that you've updated the [4] page on Yodapedia with some new images. Where did you find the pictures, both the one of him loading the rocks and the one with the movie slate? Also, do you know for sure that's Nho'Apakk? I wonder, since that Ewok has striped fur, but the toy doesn't have any stripes. What do you think? Thanks, ~SavageBOB sig 20:59, November 24, 2012 (UTC)

  • Leland stated once (on Facebook it must have been, since we cannot reach him anywhere else) that an Ewok using a slate for 'Blue Harvest' was the one Hasbro used as the model for Nho'Apakk. The Ewok loading the catapult is the Ewok holding the slate. Justin Gann discovered it and I thought it fit together like the pieces of a puzzle :) --Sompeetalay (talk) 21:19, November 24, 2012 (UTC)
    • Hmm. Very cool. But I can't find any posts about this on Facebook. Do you have any idea what Justin's source was? And what is the source of the Blue Harvest/film slate image? ~SavageBOB sig 22:25, November 24, 2012 (UTC)
      • I noticed that quote from Leland, but it's not my fault that the Official boards have been deleted. It's somewhere on Facebook. Maybe on his Keeper page? --Sompeetalay (talk) 08:13, November 25, 2012 (UTC)
        • I don't see it on Facebook. Oh well; hopefully he'll mention it again sometime. :( Thanks for your help, as always! ~SavageBOB sig 14:18, November 25, 2012 (UTC)
  • Hey, I saw your note on Facebook. That's great that we have official confirmation now! I'm trying to update the article on Nho'Apakk here, but I wasn't able to find him in ROTJ. Which part of the Battle of Endor did you spot him in? It looks like he's loading rocks onto a catapult in the NL version of the page. Is he one of those Ewoks from the catapults scene? I probably just need to look again in slow motion... :) ~SavageBOB sig 15:55, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
    • The pictures I used for Yodapedia are from photographs taken on the set. I haven't actually looked in the movie where you can find him, now that he was finally identified :p --Sompeetalay (talk) 17:48, February 2, 2013 (UTC)

Unidentified Kajain'sa'Nikto (Jabba's Palace)Edit

Hi Tim, I only just found out about Yodapedia. Even though I remember you from the old days on the StarWars.com boards I don't know how I've only just found out about it. It's fantastic! Anyway, would you have any idea who the Kajain'sa'Nikto pictured here is? Rokkur Shen (talk) 06:26, February 20, 2013 (UTC)

  • Also, this image http://nl.starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Bestand:Tanus_Wooof_Geezum_Klaatu.jpg seems to show Nysad/Lathe IN Jabba's Palace on the very far right standing with Klaatu and Wooof. I think I recall Leland indicating that only Wooof was present in the throne room. I've also read that Leland is going to retcon Lathe as the Unidentified Kajain'sa'Nikto on the second skiff. I'd like to know what your take on this is? Do you foresee a problem? And do you think this image should be brought to the attention of Leland in the interest of preventing a messy retcon from occurring? Rokkur Shen (talk) 09:05, February 20, 2013 (UTC)
    • Hi! Thx for your kind words about Yodapedia. We try to act a bit independent from WP. WP is great, but YP has some neat features that are missing on WP. It's obvious that this Nikto is Nysad. Leland indeed said on Facebook that Lathe would be an excellent name for the unnamed Nikto on the 2nd Skiff. I foresee no problems at all since Decipher fell asleep while they gave that name to Nysad. Glad to see that the Yotts Orren issue was solved by Leland. Nysad can be seen on several occasions in Jabba's Palace. So I shouldn't pay much attention to that remark of Leland. --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:32, February 20, 2013 (UTC)
      • The Nikto in the first picture looks like Vizam, based on his outfit. But I guess it could also be an unnamed one if they really want to. --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:36, February 20, 2013 (UTC)
        • Thanks for the detailed/quick reply. I agree that it may be Vizam without his hat. I just found this image that gives further evidence to it probably being him. Rokkur Shen (talk) 15:03, February 20, 2013 (UTC)
          • Yep, that's another Vizam. Could be him or another unnamed Nikto, but unless somebody offers proof of that, I guess he's Vizam. --Sompeetalay (talk) 15:35, February 20, 2013 (UTC)

Murttoc YineEdit

Hello Somepeetalay, Hanzo Hasashi informed me that you let him know back in the day that Murttoc Yine appears in Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game, Second Edition. I can't seem to find where, however. Do you happen to know which page? I've noticed that the Yodapedia's Murttoc page does not mention this source at all. Thanks. And props to your latest blog posts over on starwarsblog.starwars.com. They've been a good read! Bo Shuda (talk) 07:02, September 3, 2013 (UTC)

  • Hi Bo. Thank you about the nice comments :) Let me check this again. I think it either goes for Thul Fain or Yine. One of them can be seen on a picture with Sy Snootles in front, but I do believe it's Fain. --Sompeetalay (talk) 08:02, September 3, 2013 (UTC)
    • I have found a picture where you can see him far away in the background. http://tinypic.com/r/2gy9dut/5 & I think I have finally found him in RotJ. The screencapture is dark, but find it on your own copy of the movie: Murttoc. The character is shady, but he does seem to be wearing Yine's clothes. I also think that both characters in the back are Yine & Thul Fain. You can't see their face, but their clothes have the same colors. Fain & Yine. --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:29, September 3, 2013 (UTC)
      • Hey, thanks for quick investigative work. I'm almost 100% certain that yes that is Murttoc in the background of the film itself. I've corrected the Unidentified Human female page to reflect this. However, those two in the background, here with Beedo/Revidjasa, I'm not sure if the sleeve/cloak fittings match exactly. Also their strange foot bindings don't seem to match production photos of Fain's shoes. The centre character looks like it could be a weequay or Pote Snitkin. Then there's also this guy. He may be Murttoc but something just doesn't look right. It could be the grain of the photo but he seems quite younger. Could it be possible that there were even more humans lurking around on-set in the background that simply haven't been given the time of day as opposed to the creatures who were all individually numbered? Bo Shuda (talk) 09:20, September 5, 2013 (UTC)
        • Hi! Well, we only see their back, so it's indeed hard to be certain about them on that picture. It does look like Yine in that small picture of Sy. He does look a bit hinged over, but that picture is so small and of poor quality that it could be him. I'm certain that Jabba's Palace has more humans than we know of. Only recently Pablo discovered that bearded 'Commando' guy in Jabba's palace. Could you make a larger scan of Murttoc in that shot where that unnamed female appears? I think you can correct the fact that Yine actually did appear in the movie. --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:21, September 5, 2013 (UTC)
          • Unfortunately that's the best I could do with what I've got but I'm not saying that someone else could do better. Perhaps JMAS, as he seems to be our resident go-to guy for images. I did re-watch the scene in slow motion on blu-ray last night with adjusted contrast/brightness and I'm now 100% certain it's Murttoc. He may not have appeared in the original theatrical but the re-insertion of this scene into the special edition now makes his appearance true. Also, while we're on the subject of RotJ, I've seen numerous on-set pics that prove Harc Seff was added specifically to the Special Edition releases however none about this guy: Unidentified Weequay (Jabba's Palace). How about you? There's also this guy: Unidentified Human male henchman (Jabba's Palace). I've seen this image over on Yodapedia and around the web but without a source I can't crop it and upload it to the wook. Any idea where the picture originally came from? Bo Shuda (talk) 00:37, September 6, 2013 (UTC)
            • It could be. I think the first part of that sequence in the SE/dvd edition comes from the Lapti Nek clip. It's been years since I've seen the original edition of RotJ, but I don't think those shots were in there, but they did appear in the clip. That Weequay was absolutely added in the SE since he appears between the new bandmembers. That picture with that unnamed human came from 'Behind the Magic' I think. Maybe he's one of the cases where he got a mask in a latter stage. They thought to use him as a human, but somebody might have said "Your character doesn't work, let's give you a mask". The H'Nemnthe in Jabba's Palace is hard to notice. --Sompeetalay (talk) 08:01, September 6, 2013 (UTC)
              • Thanks, Sompeetalay! Bo Shuda (talk) 02:17, September 7, 2013 (UTC)

UPDATE: those two in the background, here with Beedo/Revidjasa... The middle one is Gauron Nas Tal. Compare his sleeves here. Bo Shuda (talk) 07:58, September 12, 2013 (UTC)

  • Well done. Now we just need the left one, which could be Yine. I guess Fain is becoming more an issue than Yine, now :p --Sompeetalay (talk) 08:44, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
    • Actually, I think I found Fain the other day. When Boushh enters the throne room to release Han from carbonite, you can see a figure laying down next to Yarna d'al' Gargan wearing a green cloak similar to Fain's. He even has the polished black shoes that you can see on the pic you've got over on Yodapedia. I'm yet to spot anyone like him on the sail barge however. Bo Shuda (talk) 09:43, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
      • Aha! Could he be the unnamed character laying on the throne? My scans are too dark, I'll have another try at it. I'm very sure he wasn't on the Khetanna. It was another mess-up by Decipher. --Sompeetalay (talk) 10:30, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
        • That sleeping guy IS Thul Fain! Great discovery! But who is this character? Unnamed sleeping. --Sompeetalay (talk) 20:11, September 12, 2013 (UTC)
          • I've wondered that for a while myself. I'm finding it hard to make that image any clearer, even on a HDTV. I think the unidentified Human female can also be seen sleeping in one of the alcoves but given the plain robe she wears it's really hard to rule her out. But if I had to put my money on it I think it may actually be the Unidentified Human male henchman (Jabba's Palace). It may be the black helmet that gives the appearance of dark hair, the individual has light sleeves and also may be wearing a vest with a belt around the waist but I can't be certain. This may be one of those mysteries only Leland or Pablo can solve. Bo Shuda (talk) 01:09, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
            • I've made a list of humans (of near humans) in Jabba's Palace and it's indeed rather tricky, especially since it's rather dark in Jabba's Palace. It could indeed be the one with the H'nemthe clothes. --Sompeetalay (talk) 10:36, September 13, 2013 (UTC)

Fud Sang and Slide Paramita Edit

Hello, I've recently been working on the articles for Slide Paramita and Fud Sang, two racers from that wonderfully old yet still fun Podracing game for the N64. I've always wondered about some of the edit wars behind Paramita's species page, Ciasi, until the species was later canonized with the CSWE. I didn't find anything out until recently after vamping up the Fud Sang article did I find the reason why Sanhueli was removed as his species: looking through the history for Fud Sang's species, I found a blog article that circled back to you. Ciasi and Sanhueli are both mentioned in here, as well Sang's homeworld of Hueli IV. Now, Slide Paramita was mentioned in the old Databank entries, and I've found what looks to be concept art for Fud Sang from TPM (Standing tall... er... small, next to Ody Mandrell), so I can only assume then that he too was a part of the early TPM production. According to your blog article, all of those new Racer characters were a part of the film before being dumped (Also, while I am unable to access it, a very old Databank entry seems to carry art for Paramita, under the name Mars Guo. All I can see in the thumbnail is Guo's clothes, so I really can't tell if Paramita was once Guo or not, or rather, if Guo was Paramita). I guess what my question is, where did that information come from? An old script? Paramita's background seems to be canon now, but what about Sangs? Is there a canon source I could source from, or something that can be used? Or will we just have to wait until something else comes along and either reuses those names or make up new ones for Sang's history? --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 21:06, October 15, 2013 (UTC)

..Damn, that was lengthy.

  • Yeah, it was :p I'll have to check this out. That blog goes back many, many years and I'm rather busy at the moment. I do believe that indeed all the names of the Podracers were once part of TPM, but some of them were used in the Racer games. My co-admin and co-author on the Official blog has recently received the 'Racer's Revenge Game Guide', so will ask him about the info in that book. I'm not sure what info WP has about these guys, I think I did their articles on Yodapedia, so I hope I didn't make any serious mistakes with them :p --Sompeetalay (talk) 07:46, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
    • I've indeed noticed that Ciasi is in 'Complete Encyc'. Maybe I got that info from 'The Insider's Guide' cdrom, which unfortunately I cannot longer play. If I led that info slip into canon because of my blog it would be a bit strange and that was never the intention (I hate it when fanon turns accidently into canon). Then again, the authors of the Encyclopedia could have checked their sources ... --Sompeetalay (talk) 08:05, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
  • Well, of course, whenever you can find the time. I'm not sure if RR would have anything on these guys, as none of the "original" Ep 1 Racer characters appear in it, and only about half of the film characters appear. And according to some currently unsourced information, the character names and species names are all anagrams for things like Anubis or Andre Kirk, two examples pulled from Knire Dark. --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 13:09, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
    • I will ask this to Leland Chee and depending on his answer, I would diminish the section about the unsourced names until more evidence shows up (or move them to the discussion page). --Sompeetalay (talk) 13:14, October 16, 2013 (UTC)
  • Hey again, I was wondering if you ever did find something to back up Ciasi (Before the Encyc) and Sanhueli from the old Source Blog, as too why those names wer eincluded, or if they were just made up on the spot for the article (Begs the question as too why Navior and Toy Dampner did have Species mentioned yet either. I was gonna dig through some of the old TPM scripts (If I can find any) and see if they contain anything (Or expand on the Databank information). Even if Fud Sang's homeworld and Species weren't ever canonized, it'd be useful BtS information that they perhaps once had some background (And that it could be sourced!) This mostly applies to Fud Sang, as opposed to Paramita, as Ciasi has been canonized. As for the Racer Revenge information, we can leave that out for now. I talked a little with Andre Kirk, and I was gonna shoot him a bit more (emails) on RR, but then I noticed his name on some Rebels artwork, in which case he may a bit a busy, so maybe I'll hold off on that, probably after the show launches. --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 04:06, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
    • No, I haven't. Sorry, run a bit out of time :) I'd love to be able to play 'Insider's Guide', but my OS won't allow it anymore :( --Sompeetalay (talk) 13:15, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
      • "Play" Insider's Guide? Oh, it's a program then? --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 18:48, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
        • Yeah, Insider's Guide is an Episode I multimedia cd-rom that had a lot of 'making of' material. --Sompeetalay (talk) 20:03, January 12, 2014 (UTC)
  • Hey, Tim! Forgive the intrusion. Unfortunately, we seem to be in a situation where the only source we can find to source these species names to is your blog (unless you can remember where you got the names Ciasi and Sanhueli from originally). I, too, tried to fire up the Episode I Insider's Guide, and I can't get it to run on my PC either. :/ But I just want to confirm: You did NOT make up the names CIasi and Sanhueli, did you? They were production names from TPM that you ran across somewhere? Once we establish whether they were your names or Lucasfilm's names, we can make a stab at sourcing these articles' BTS sections properly. ~SavageBOB sig 12:14, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
    • Don't worry :) I certainly did not make them up, but the problem is, I can't remember what source I used for that blog either. That blog was written many years ago. Maybe it was CUSWE? Insider's Guide (which we now both can't play anymore)? I honestly can't remember. --Sompeetalay (talk) 14:37, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
      • What operating system does the insider's guide claim to work with? I'm guessing Win95/98, and could probably run on Win XP? --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 15:48, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
        • That's right; I think beyond XP it falters. I also tried to run it on a Mac using CrossOver, but no dice. I can run Behind the Magic, which uses the same engine, just fine! Frustrating. ~SavageBOB sig 16:28, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
          • It did work on Windows XP, but I haven' been able to play it on a higher OS and I don't know anybody who still has XP. --Sompeetalay (talk) 16:58, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
            • Well now you do. I found a copy on eBay for a few bucks so by the end of the week i could clear this up, if the guide has anything. -- Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 18:12, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
              • It does feature a lot of 'making of' and draft information, but if these names will be in there, I can't promise. --Sompeetalay (talk) 22:24, January 13, 2014 (UTC)
                • Figures as much. However, even if these two characters aren't mentioned, I did read that Navior is mentioned in some context, so that would be useful. --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 00:16, January 14, 2014 (UTC)
                  • Has your search resulted into something? --Sompeetalay (talk) 13:05, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
  • A lot of cool concept art for the racers who were actually in the film. :P Nothing about our buds Slide and the wabbit hunter. Interestingly, despite the fact that the old Databank used Ody Mandrell/Fud Sang concept art for the Ody mandrell page, that art doesn't appear in the Insider's Guide, and oddly enough, there's barely anything for Ody at all, despite appearing a lot more than the other racers (Even getting a toy during the film's original run!). The Mars Guo/Slide Paramita picture from the Databank is missing too, strangely (Though I don't know if that 2001 Databank entry was a Slide pic or not, as the thumbnail only showed the uniform and hands, which were definitely Slide's). Oh, interesting though unrelated, Wan Sandage and Neva Kee had their names swapped during production, as evidence in the concept art for them. Kee was even a Senator design at one point I think. I'll have to keep digging, as there is a lot. Little disappointed there isn't one single gallery of art, though. Though, you don't happen to have that Art of the Phantom Menace book by chance, do you? --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 17:56, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
    • If you don't mind my intervening here, I do have The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Do you need anything checked? --LelalMekha (talk) 18:10, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
      • Anything regarding Slide Paramita, Fud Sang, and Navior would be wholly appreciated if you can, and thanks for intervening! :) --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 18:16, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
        • I have the book as well, but just let me know if you need my eyes as well. --Sompeetalay (talk) 21:03, January 21, 2014 (UTC)
          • More eyes are better than one, I suppose. I was also wondering if you or if you know someone who might still have a collection of images from the 2001-2002 era Star Wars Databank, which had much more in the way of images than the later databank(s). I was able to collect a number of images with Wayback, but unfortunatly not every image seemed to be archived, namely Mars Guo's concept art image. --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 15:31, January 23, 2014 (UTC)
            • 'Art of Ep I' just has a small concept art of Navior's face, but no information. It also has a concept art of Mars Guo (the final design) --Sompeetalay (talk) 12:44, January 24, 2014 (UTC)
              • Damn :/ With that said, can I request an upload of said image? :3 --Clonehunter(Report your W.M.D.) 16:43, January 25, 2014 (UTC)
                • I'll try and see if I can scan from the book. However, I can mail a series of Podrace concept art I was able to retrieve from 'Insider's Guide'. The one from Navior is among them. Contact me on sompeetalay@gmail.com --Sompeetalay (talk) 16:47, January 25, 2014 (UTC)
                • Navior concept --Sompeetalay (talk) 21:32, January 25, 2014 (UTC)

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RE: Infinity and LEGO Edit

Thanks! When I saw you mention on Twitter that you were starting a new article I'd hoped it was going to be helping identify these characters, I look forward to reading it. Sadly Quinar is one of the few that I've had absolutely no luck spotting, I've scoured every Jakku scene and even all of the Resistance and Kanata's castle scenes just in case his game placement is misleading, but still nothing. Given that he's a fairly distinct looking alien I've wondered if perhaps he didn't actually make the final cut? I was considering tweeting Pablo to see if he knows, but only recently asked him something else and was going to wait so I don't badger him too much. Have you had any success spotting Juhrah Yani, Mon Tatth, M6-15R or Omarlin Fisker? I also can't decide if Divis Scaldz is meant to be the guy behind Rey while she fights Unkar's thugs, the facial hair doesn't quite match. Ayrehead02 (talk) 09:14, July 6, 2016 (UTC)

  • Hi! Quinar has been used, SG has a promotional picture of him, but they can't share it. He looks like a thin Wookiee. I believe he could very well be another Zuvio (or even worse). Mon Tatth is another guy that I can't seem to find. There was a spy picture of a black woman with a similar headdress, though. I haven't been able to find any of the other guys :( I wonder why they picked these background characters, while there are still so many unnamed from Maz' Castle. So you think Sumistu is the woman on Starkiller Base? I guess she almost must be (can't remember any other dark skinned First Order officers that can be seen clearly. Any ideas about C’ai Threnalli & Lt Wright? These last three are from LEGO TFA. --Sompeetalay (talk) 09:44, July 6, 2016 (UTC)
    • Damn I wish they'd release a few more of the promotional images like they use to on Hyperspace. I'll keep looking for Quinar, are SG at liberty to say what kind of area the promotional images show Quinar in? I considered the woman in the leaked TFA photos for Tatth, but the clothing below the hat is completely the wrong color, so I'm not sure. The other possibility for Sumistu is the dark skinned officer seen briefly behind Hux while he's giving his speech on Starkiller Base. Neither he or the dark skinned female bridge officer have the right hat though. They might have picked these characters because more prominent ones are slated for use in future media? It's the only reason I can think of. As for Threnalli and Wright, It sounds like they might both be Resistance pilots, although since all the pilots we see in their ships above Starkiller base have been identified I guess they're either going to be exclusive to the game or two of the dozens we see running around the D'Qar base. Ayrehead02 (talk) 10:07, July 6, 2016 (UTC)
      • Yep, excellent remarks. Same thought about Sumistu. I think Quinar was indeed intended to appear on Jakku so he might be just offscreen. --Sompeetalay (talk) 12:45, July 6, 2016 (UTC)
        • Thanks! After much further hunting (and literally splitting the film into its individual frames) I think I might have Monn Tatth. I'm not 100% on him but the clothing is pretty damn close and I can't find anyone else even half as near. Ayrehead02 (talk) 20:20, July 6, 2016 (UTC)
          • A bit more difficult to see. Could very well be ! --Sompeetalay (talk) 22:00, July 6, 2016 (UTC)
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