For a long time, there was a picture of a black-armored Sith Lord on the Adas page, suggested to have been him. However, it was recently taken down and stated that it was not him.
However, it says on the Tulak Hord page that he wore a "fearsom black mask" and was a lightsaber-wielder, so this picture may actually be one of Hord. I think that if that picture still exists, it should be put up on the Hord page and listed as a possible depiction of Hord, just as the Xendor page has a possible depiction of Xendor.
- Neither our page, nor the Wizards.com source mentions anything about "fearsome black mask"s or "lightsaber-wielders". QuentinGeorge 21:16, 7 May 2007 (UTC)
- OH GOD, I'M SORRY! I meant Tulak Hord, not Dathka Graush. My mistake. I'd just spent a half hour reading about these two Sith Lords and got the names mixed up. So my question applies to Tulak Hord, not Dathka Graush. I'll edit every line about that says "Dathka Graush" and replace it with "Tulak Hord." Is there any way to edit the topic title, though? EDIT: This is the image in question: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:Adas.jpg. I'm not well versed enough in HTML to know how to edit it in myself.
- In the future, please keep posts like this to the specific article's talk page. Thanks! —Xwing328(Talk) 19:04, 8 May 2007 (UTC)
- My answer to that would be one of two things: 1. Being that that mask is neither black nor fearsome, I'd say that it's a different mask. (i.e. he wore more than one.) I use the same reasoning as Naga Sadow's appearance in-game: Neither the spirit that appears nor the statue nor the ambiguous red-armored Sith Lord look alike, yet all are believed to be him. 2. Gameplay is never canon, and this applies to every single game ever made. The FMVs, most of the dialogue, and the general plot progression is canon, but gameplay is not. This fact is backed up by Darth Bandon's equipable armor looks nothing like the armor he wears, nor do Exar Kun's and Ulic Qel-Droma's armors look anything like what they wear in the Tales of the Jedi Comics, nor do Nomi Sunrider's and Darth Malak's armors in KOTOR II. Thus, I do not believe Tulak Hord's in-game mask to be an accurate depiction, and the portrait of the black-armored Sith Lord, I feel, should be added to his page as a possible depiction. —Unsigned comment by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs).