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GWing Escape ShipEdit

In KOTOR this ship is called a GWing Escape Ship. If you choose the darkside path, you can walk up to the ship, and it is labeled as "GWing Escape Ship" (the name shows up above the ship). So, shouldn't this article be moved to "G-wing escape ship" or something? Sith Lord 18:00, 4 Dec 2005 (UTC)

  • Can you get a screen capture? --SparqMan 18:27, 4 Dec 2005 (UTC)
  • How's this?

    GWing Escape Ship

    Sith Lord 18:52, 4 Dec 2005 (UTC)
  • So, is the above screenshot proof enough to show that this type of ship is actually called "GWing Escape Ship"s? If so, then shouldn't this article be moved to the correct name? Sith Lord 20:01, 4 Dec 2005 (UTC)
  • Shouldn't it actually be "GWing escape ship"? --SparqMan 03:13, 5 Dec 2005 (UTC)
    • lol, why would escape be part of its name, that's more a plot function in-game. The ship is referred to as KOTOR II as a light shuttle.JustinGann 08:30, 5 Dec 2005 (UTC)

Different Models?Edit

Would it be fair to see that this ship has a number of variants, or possible variants, as in the dark side ending to Kotor 1, if you approach the G-Wing and try to use it, it specifically says that it is only big enough for one person (certainly looking at it in game, and its proportion to the game characters, this would appear to be true), whereas in Kotor 2, it is able to carry three people with no difficulties. 95 Headhunter 13:56, 25 June 2006 (UTC)


Based on their appearance in the games, it appears that there are (at least) two configurations for this vessel: The "Escape" version, which is used by Bastila Shan to get to Lehon, and the "Shuttle" version, which is used by Canderous to ferry troops from Dxun to Onderon. Conjecture: It is likely that the Shuttle configuration is not equipped with a hyperdrive, or if it is, it has no nav computer, and relies on pre-plotted courses for navigation. Judging from the exterior of the ship, there is no where for people to sit other than the cockpit. In this mode, at least three people were able to sit in that cockpit, implying that there are at least 3 seats in the cockpit. The Escape configuration likely removed those additional seats to make room for a nav computer, hence the reason it can only seat one. Unsigned comment by MaclimesZero (talk • contribs).


Is a manufacturer given in KOTOR CG?JustinGann 17:09, 26 November 2008 (UTC)