Dubious IDEdit

Where is it revealed that Beyghor Sahdett is in fact the Verpine Jedi shown in Republic 79: Into the Unknown, Part 1? Couldn't there, in fact, be two Verpine Jedi running around? Nothing in Dark Times makes that connection unless I'm missing something. ~ SavageBob 15:19, April 26, 2010 (UTC)

  • I agree. While I made the same connection while reading the comic - same writer, same artist, and being a Verpine Jedi who survived Order 66 - the connection is indeed, dubious. I believe it may be intended to be the same being, but so far, we have no confirmation.--Demos Traxen 23:55, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
    • Randy confirmed it on the Dark Horse boards, here. I think that should be enough of a reason to connect the two. Cull Tremayne 23:57, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
      • He confirmed it on his twitter too. Xicer9Atgar(Combadge) 23:57, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
        • Cool, thanks for the clarification, guys. Now if they can confirm why this Verpine has wings... :) ~ SavageBob 00:20, April 27, 2010 (UTC)
          • Actually, Randy gave an explanation for that too. From his post on TFN: "The Verpine do indeed grow (and shed) vestigial wings from time to time. Probably most Verpine have them surgically removed, as they no longer serve a function. But when one is out in the galaxy on ones own like Beyghor Sahdett is, cosmetic surgery is probably not an option." Xicer9Atgar(Combadge) 00:49, April 27, 2010 (UTC)

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