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was it his sword in the beasts belly? I thought it was Bacca's Blade Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • i am pretty sure it was a different terentatek that he fought. its also possible that the creatur had more than one sword stuck in it.
  • When I first read Shadows and Light I got the impression that the author was saying that the blade of Guun-Han's sword was the same blade that you have to get from the terentatek in the KotOR 1 video game. However it is true that the game establishes the blade as being Bacca's blade, which had been broken by Rothrrawr in his fight with the terentatek generations before the events in the game. It is also very possible that there was more than one terentatek on Kashyyyk. In the game, while in the Shadowlands, the player has the option to either kill the poachers at the camp, or disable the sonic generators keeping back the wild beats. If the player does disable them a terentatek is shown chasing off the poachers. Also since this event takes place on the other side of the force field set up by Czerka Corp., it is resonale to assume that it was not supposed to be the same beast you have to get the blade from. In my opinion, canon wise, his blade should not have gotten stuck in the terentatek and they should have just shown him dieing, but since Shadows and light does establish that I think there is simply more than one terentatek and that the Wookiee's were mistaking the sightings of both beasts as one. Skaughtey 22:16, February 1, 2010 (UTC)


Does Gunn fight with a vibro blade?--mas1@ 01:54, 23 February 2007 (UTC)

  • In the images - do you see him fighting with a vibroblade? --Redemption20pxTalk 01:56, 23 February 2007 (UTC)

Guun Han's personality Edit

In his journal, found on Kashyyyk he states that the other reason he left Duron and Shaela behind was they where accusing him of being arrogant. Which he took affiance to. However in the last passage of his journal he pretty much confirms this. I shall go there and slay the beast, proving that I do not need either Duran or Shaela with me to defeat these creatures! This is a direct quote from his journal; hence Duron's name being misspelled. This passage was written before he confronted the terentatek on Kashyyyk and died, clearly not as skilled as he thought. This to me at least speaks volumes about his character and his overall personality. --JMasterWor 17:55, October 6, 2009 (UTC)

Circlet of Saresh Edit

Under the Behind the Scenes section of the article it mentions the Circlet of Saresh having a description conflicting with the fact that Guun Han's family came from Taris which is a humanocentric world, very much so during the events of KotOR 1, and that Guun Han is a Twi'lek. Well, I've thought of a theory to explain this. We know from the in-game dialogue of Janice Nall, the droid shop owner in Upper Taris in the video game, that the humans of the Upper City 'allow a few of us Twi'lek's up here'. So it's possible that if his family was very rich, very powerful, and very prominent in the business world that the humans of Taris might have made an exception with his family. Also another theory is that the humans of Taris didn't develop a prejudice view of aliens until after the events of Shadows and Light. However I personally don't think that was the case. Just a possible explanation. Skaughtey 22:30, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

Revanchist? Edit

Was he a Revanchist? Looking at these two images, they appear to be the same person. 11:44, March 5, 2010 (UTC) File:DuronShaelaGuunHanOops.jpg File:RevansPosse-KotOR42.jpg|The Twi'lek standing between the two humans.

  • Considering he'd been dead for 30 years when Revan was on Cathar, no. -- I need a name (Complain here) 12:03, March 5, 2010 (UTC)

Gun Han Edit

Where did you take that from? Maybe it's Huang Gai? or Gan Ning? I'm pretty sure that there was no such character not even in "Dynasty Warriors", but in the "Romance of The Three Kingdoms" as well. I'm deleting it.