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I'm currently working on the Nabooian Elders article, but I'm facing a certain problem with sources. The previous draft of the article mentioned that the Elders colonized Naboo in 7032 BBY and disappeared in 5032 BBY, and those dates were sourced from Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Episode I. However, Stake Black and I have been checking our respective editions of that book, and no dates are mentioned. I later found out that the 5,032 figure could be linked to The Essential Atlas, but the origins of the other date remains a mystery to me. Please note that the article about 7,032 BBY is sourced from Inside the Worlds, despite the fact that I couldn't find anything like that in it. Did I miss something, did I search in the wrong place?
Also, the information about the Elders being reptiles has been here for years, but I can't seem to find it in a reliable source either. Quoth Jar Jar: "Any help hair would be hot." --LelalMekha (talk) 12:11, February 26, 2013 (UTC)
I haven't been able to find the dates in Inside the Worlds either, but you could try asking about them from the people who created the year articles; both Ayrehead02 (7,032 BBY) and ObiKenobiUPC (5,032 BBY) are still around. Tinwe(comlink) 12:25, March 8, 2013 (UTC)
In the meantime, I did found a confirmation of the 5,032 figure in The Essential Atlas. The other date, however, seems to have originated in Nathan Butler's Timeline Gold, which he refers to as a "conjecture based on Inside the Worlds of Star Wars Episode I," which doesn't sound to good. Still no clue on the reptilian thing, though. --LelalMekha (talk) 13:16, March 8, 2013 (UTC)