Paint job Edit
When something is visually OBVIOUS, as is the paint scheme of Ahsoka's fighter, then it is not speculation to put it in the article. The white paint on the fighter is the emblem of the Jedi Order. This case is 100% verifiable using visual sources, even without written verification. - JMAS 20px Hey, it's me! 16:38, February 14, 2011 (UTC)
- I wholeheartedly agree. This is a classic example of the Gestalt principle of Closure. Nature abhors a void, so our eyes naturally fill in the blanks. There should be no reason for dispute (unless one is a citation purist that has no imagination). GethralkinHyperwave 05:26, February 24, 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks for the backup, Gethralkin! Yeah, it's the Jedi Order symbol. I've been telling others that for ages. MillieMuddFan67 18:46, February 24, 2011 (UTC)
Appearance of Ahsokas fighter? Edit
I`m not sure that this Ashokas fighter appeared in "Sphere of Influence" episode. When she came towrds the senator Amidala and her mentor Skywalker asking him if she can investigate the disappearnce of Papanoidas daughters there in the background was one vessel seen. But it was some atmosferic speeder not Jedi starfigter, if this vessel is source of the figeters apperance in episode. I didn`t noticed any jedi starfighter in this episode. —Unsigned comment by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs).