As we know few about Webb, I think you can mention the Imperial Academy stuff in the intro.
In the article, the events should be told in chronological order, not the way they are introduced/revealed in the novel, such as Webb giving up Dav's location. I think you should reword the Biography, the first paragraph, in particular.Anıl Şerifoğlu (talk) 02:12, August 26, 2019 (UTC)
Why is it an Imperial Academy? The P/T quote says the Academy, which, assuming Canon hasn't changed anything, is common nomenclature for the overall Imperial Academy system. One simply refers to the Imperial Academy regardless of which institution they actually attended. "...despite having failed out of an Imperial Academy."Toprawa and Ralltiir (talk) 23:29, August 26, 2019 (UTC)
No particular reason, just happened to have typed it that way, so swapped.—spookywillowwtalk 23:50, August 26, 2019 (UTC)
I noticed in the sound clip that Webb speaks with a distinctly more intense drawl than Dav does. I'm not sure how canonically y'all would treat a (probably) arbitrary audiobook recording decision, but that should be in the P&T if that's fully canonical. If it is not fully canonical, then you could add a note in the BTS that goes something like "For the audiobook recording of Aftermath, [the performer] performed Webb's lines with a deeply-pitched drawl to distinguish him from his family members."NaruHinaTalk 19:41, August 28, 2019 (UTC)
I'm not sure it's notable to mention, so for now I think I might not. I've done some hunting, and I couldn't find a case in which either of those would warrant addition here (since this wasn't audio-first like Jedi Lost or anything) —spookywillowwtalk 00:16, August 29, 2019 (UTC)
I think the reason this doesn't appear much (if at all) in other articles is because, for most of Wookieepedia's history, audiobook versions of novels weren't considered at all. I've certainly never listened to them and I initially thought it was odd to see them listed separately on an article like it is on this. Looking at the histories of Legends audiobook articles, it seems like most of those did not even have articles until 2019. Anil seems to have made several (most?) of them last month. If they are considered sources in the same way that the print novels are, then I'd expect details like this to start being included in the future, even if it hasn't been done commonly before. But a random GAN is perhaps not the best place to determine something like the canonicity of audiobook performances, so whatever. NaruHinaTalk 09:04, August 29, 2019 (UTC)