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In Star Wars:republic commando true colours, RC-8015(Fi) is mortally wounded and in a coma. Yet only a few days later he is healthy again. How is this possible? —Unsigned comment byHUNTER 4-LOM (talk • contribs).
If you read that novel all the way through and the following novels, you'd know that it took a lot longer than just a few days for him to get healthy again. Jonjedigrandmaster(Jedi Beacon) 19:14, December 7, 2009 (UTC)
Yes, you probably missed the point where the novel jumps several months further in the narrative. MauserComlink 19:17, December 7, 2009 (UTC)
No, I read all the novel, and at the start of every chapter it announces how many days since Geonosis. In approx. ten days after his injury, the mandalorians are helping him walk.
The med droid pronounced him brain-dead. Unrealistic. Hunter 4-LOM 19:39, December 7, 2009 (UTC)
The first medical droid aboard Leveler declares Fi brain-dead 482 days after Geonosis. After he's rescued from nearly being euthanized, Bardan Jusik uses almost 'round the clock Force healing to regenerate his brain damage, and even then only by 545 days after Geonosis—63 days or approx. two months later—do they even attempt to get Fi walking. Even then, it's with braces and Parja's support. Maybe your copy of the novel had a misprint in the dates or something, I don't know. But that's how things went down with Fi. Not really sure about how potent Force healing's supposed to, but it seems pretty good to me.--Bella'Mia 01:38, December 10, 2009 (UTC)