It seems to me that much of this article was either translated from another language or written by someone who was not a native English speaker. Much of it needs revision for style, grammar, and diction.
Are the Horns Made of Bone? Edit
- I've been wondering it Iktochi horns are solid, does anyone know if they are or not? Derek Yoda's friend 02:23, 28 February 2007 (UTC)
In Star Wars: Darth Maul 4 there is an Iktotchi bodyguard who uses telepathy to read the mind of Darth Maul, feinting because of what he finds in there. There is no mention of this ability in the article. And unlike the precognition, this ability seemed to work fine away from Iktotch. DarthMRN 22:06, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
Contradiction in article (history and appearances) Edit
The article first states under History: "Thus when the explorers of the Old Republic discovered the Iktotchi civilization, in approximately 3,500 BBY," (this paragraph doesn't seem to have a source). - Then under Appearances two issues of the Knights of the Old Republic comics are listed. Since they take place in 3,960-something BBY it clearly contradicts the above statement. - I haven't read the comics or the source claiming that the Iktotchi civilization was discovered in 3,500 BBY so I wouldn't know how to fix this myself. Just wanted to bring it up.--Lesten 23:49, July 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Reading The Essential Atlas, on page 120 it shows that Iktotch was discovered/colonized sometime between 20,000 BBY to 15,000 BBY, however the article says they were discoeverd by the Republic around 3,500 BBY. The latter doesn't appear to be sourced but is either one wrong? --Victory93 11:33, June 20, 2012 (UTC)
Look at the picture of them talking with the Kwa. They seem to have hair.The Wise One, Gnost-Dural himself!. The ability to speak does not make you intelligent. 18:34, May 19, 2013 (UTC)