The Killik, Alsakan and Sarafur have all been edited to remove the mention of a Killik Sith Lord, because it simply sounds like fanon. Unfortunately, it isn't. [[[Star Wars Gamer 9]] had the article in about a Killik Sith Lord, and an article named Jilst Bindalin agrees, inside Wookiepedia. I don't have Gamer 9, but I'm sure someone does. Yes, it doesn't fit in canon obviosuly, but it fits if you have a pre-Republic Sith species empire - the True Sith - which is also under arguement, I recall. I'm not sure if this is the place to comment, being a relative newbie here, but as it affects so many articles, and I'm not one for repeating myself, I thought it was best to put it here. Thank you for your time. *salutes* —Unsigned comment bySinrebirth (talk • contribs).
Although I also dont have have SW Gamer 9, from what I have been able to find out about it I think this can be sorted out fairly easily. The article where this information comes from is called "Race for the Tessent" by Craig Robert Carey, Jason Fry and Dan wallace and from a review of SW Gamer 9 by Nathan Butler found here http://www.starwarz.com/tbone/reviews/mags_swgamer9.htm the article is not a short story or a set adventure but a series encounters a GM can weave into a RPG session. Then from looking up Tessent and Jilst Bindalin on the CUSE (Which I know isn't an official source)it gives a bit more information on the tessent and it seems to basically boil down to a number of legends and rumours about the Tessent, of which the legend about the Killik sith is just one that can be attrbuted to the Alsaken Tessent. The other revolving around a Guard of Aldera. These legends/rumours could be added to the articles in question while making it clear that they are in fact legends and rumors. Elephanto 12:28, 18 May 2006 (UTC)