In the History section, you should explain that Wicket and Teebo found nobody living in the fort, so that's why they decided to live there.
Wicket suggested living in the fort even before they arrived, so they had made the decision to live there even before they found it abandoned. Do you still think I should include the fact that there was nobody living there at the time, even though I mention in the previous paragraph that the fort was abandoned by its builder?—AxinalConvocation Chamber 01:53, April 19, 2011 (UTC)
Ah, so did Wicket know about the fort before they ran away? If so, include that piece of information.
I noticed in the "Affiliation" field of the infobox, you say "Wicket Wystri Warrick and Teebo (briefly)", but not Larry. Why?
I considered adding Larry, but he lived in the tree itself, and the episode shows no evidence that he actually lived in the fort. I thought adding that would be borderline speculation.—AxinalConvocation Chamber 01:32, April 19, 2011 (UTC)
Sorry, I misread the article, I though it said Larry lived inside the fort itself.
Made some copy-edits here and there, took care of some redundant linking, added links, etc.
Thanks for that, Trak. I de-linked fire, as it leads to an individual.
In the History section, was there any indication on how long Wicket and Teebo stayed there prior to Larry's appearance?
They only stayed for a day, which is included in the article as such: "...the fort was in poor condition, so the Ewoks spent the day repairing it..." and later on, "That night, the two Ewoks prepared several traps..."
Do we know that the builder abandoned it? Perhaps he or she sold it, or died, or something. I guess technically that's still abandonment of a sort, but I'd rephrase things to suggest that the place was abandoned, just not by whom, unless the cartoon specifies it was the builder, of course.
Nope, it's never specified in the cartoon. I've rephrased that passage; what do you think?
I reworded your description of the Kagles, since we don't know if "Kagle" is a species name, a surname, etc. Otherwise, nice work! ~Savage 02:30, April 26, 2011 (UTC)