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Watery worldEdit

Why does it say 'was the watery world'??? -- 14:29, 10 March 2006 (UTC)

  • Isn't it still a watery world?
    • What do you mean by saying 'still'? Everything in the Star Wars Universe is considered history. We cannot assume that Kamino is an eternal object that will never change. Alderaan wasn't. --Gurbiza 15:50, 6 August 2006 (UTC)

What happened to Kamino after the Clone Wars? -- John-1107 20:06, 23 Jul 2005 (UTC)

  • It is assumed that the Empire shut down the cloning centers and they just faded from oblivion. -- Riffsyphon1024 22:10, 23 Jul 2005 (UTC)

Quote: "When the New Republic defeated the Empire in the Galactic Civil War and took over the machinery of galactic government, they terminated the stormtrooper program including the cloning process on Kamino." -- What's the source for this?-LtNOWIS 05:31, 8 Oct 2005 (UTC)

  • Not only is it uncorroborated, it's untrue. The Empire did not terminate the stormtrooper program (stupiest thing I've heard all day), nor did they stop using Kamino's cloning facilities following the 501st's subjugation of the planet. -- AdmThrawn --
    • Firstly, the Empire didn't terminate the program, the New Republic did. Secondly, the source is dialogue from Survivor's Quest, near the beginning. In fact, not only did the New Republic shut down the centers, apparently they also destroyed them. Crowe 17:14, 4 March 2006 (UTC)


Does it ever stop rainning on Kamino? It's Raining in ever picture and drawing I see about Kamino. Double D 02:49, 28 Dec 2005 (UTC)

  • I believe so. Something about the atmosphere causes it to rain constantly. I think there was an explanation in Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds. -- SFH 02:56, 28 Dec 2005 (UTC)
  • It would make more sense, seem as how the world is nothing but one big ocean. So the water cycle would keep on going.
  • It always rains. That is why Lama Su said to Obi-Wan, "We're glad that you could make it during our best season."
  • No in Republic Commando:Triple zero it states that like 2 or 3 days have sunshine. Sith-venator 10:15Pm 9-26-08

Not ExtragalacticEdit

Kamino is not extragalactic - it is in Wild Space. It is NOT in the Rishi Maze. Nobody from the galaxy has been successful in breaching its limits. If you want to argue otherwise, then please provide a source. --Azizlight 00:31, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

If no one's been to the Rishi Maze, then how do they know it's difficult to navigate? Regardless, Kamino's system centers around a trailing star of the Rishi Maze. Rogue 9 13:15, 1 February 2006 (UTC)
I was always under the impression that people had never travelled beyond the edge of the galaxy (Yuuzhan Vong and Ssi-Ruuk aside). Hence the big deal about the Outbound Flight Project. So perhaps it is a case of George Lucas ignoring the EU again and putting a planet beyond the edge of the galaxy. --Azizlight 13:23, 1 February 2006 (UTC)
Easily rationalized; heck, it barely counts as a rationalization. The Rishi Maze is extragalactic, but it's a shorter distance from the sector of the Outer Rim that it's closest to than from the Rim to the Core. Such a distance is easily traveled. The Outbound Flight Project was truly outbound; headed for galaxies well beyond the immediate neighborhood of the GFFA. Also, travel to the Rishi Maze is well established; see Rishi. Rogue 9 14:24, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

If you type in the word Italic textshipItalic text on the search bar, and read the article, it says Luke and Leia Skywalker travelled outside the know galaxy.

Rishi mazeEdit

How can Kamino be south of the Rishi Maze?Its not logical.South is the oppisite of north which is a magnetic pull from a planet but the maze is in space!

Fireball93 22:25, 3 February 2006 (UTC)

  • See Galactic coordinate system. Galactic north and south are defined by the rotational axis of the galaxy. It's the same on planets, too; magnetic north and south are something else. - Lord Hydronium 23:38, 4 February 2006 (UTC)

Wouldn't it Make More Sense to Capture Kamino Before Coruscant Edit

I think it was stupid for authors to go ahead and finish writing the victory for the New Republic before the movie series ended. This is because Episode II revealed one of the most important things, the cloning facility. It would make more sense to attack Kamino before Coruscant because it is just as important to the Empire. I don't think the Imperial Remnant would just let the New Republic take their main source of troops without a good fight, it would probably be guarded really tightly. The Imperials could just keep on assaulting any planet with clone troopers that the New Republic captured. The New Republic would run out of reinforcements before the Empire would. It would also be stupid for the New Republic not to us the Cloning Facilities seeming as how they are struggling for reinforcements. I think the idea about the New Republic destroying the Clone Facility instead of putting it to good use is stupid. If you ask me, I think they should just redo the series following the Battle of Endor.

  • Actually, the Kaminoans rebelled against the Empire using anti-troopers.
  • May I add that Coruscant is in the galactic core (Co-ordinates 0-0-0, unsurprisingly), leads to several of the most important political and industrial worlds, AND Coruscant leads to several important trade routes. Coruscant is also a symbol of power, "Whoever controls Coruscant is truly the master of the galaxy", having a population estimated at over two TRILLION, and, to top it off, the seat of the Imperial government. Also, Kamino provides only a small amount of the Imperial Army, with most Storm troopers being volunteers, trained and brainwashed. Venators 04:54, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

Saberdarts or Kyber Darts? Edit

From the 2nd & 3rd paragraphs of the History section:

After the Jedi Civil War, Kaminoan saberdarts were being used in the galaxy, but most beings were ignorant of their source.

In later years, the Kaminoans created saberdarts, similar to the older kyber dart.

Should the first sentence read "After the Jedi Civil War, Kaminoan kyber darts were ..." ? Otherwise, something is screwy in the timeline here. MaclimesZero 18:49, 26 December 2006 (UTC)

Diameter Edit

Why does Kamino have two sizes? What are the conflicting sources here? MaclimesZero 22:10, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

Somebody is messing up the Gravity Edit

Arrrrrrgh! Stop It! Who's is going and changeing all the gravities to standard it makes, well just stop it please, soon every single planet is going to have stanard gravity. Stop it, Stop it!!!!!!!. Derek Yoda's friend 02:00, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

  • That's because it's canon that those planets have standard gravity. - Lord Hydronium 02:02, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
  • Well its lame that all the planets have standard gravity, heres some scientific backup. We all know that gravity veries depending on size right. We all know that Coruscant had stanard gravity so if 12,240 kilometers equals standard so then any planet that's bigger would have more gravity. So here's the diameter difference. I'm not arguing with canon, if that really is cannon, i'm just bringing in some scientific knowledge.

Coruscant=12,240 km

Kamino=19,270 km

Kashyyyk=12,765 km Derek Yoda's friend 02:10, 20 February 2007 (UTC)

    • Gravity is dependent on both distance and mass. If the larger planets are heavier, then gravity would be the same. - Lord Hydronium 02:14, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
  • What source is there supporting the new information on gravity, just asking. Derek Yoda's friend 02:19, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
    • Depends on the planet, but mostly from various sourcebooks. The standard gravities aren't "new", by the way; the other values were added by a vandal. See Forum:Planet vandals for more. - Lord Hydronium 02:22, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
  • Yeah, gravity depends on both size and mass (and probably what its made of) Venators 04:40, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

Tornadoes Edit

This may sound like a VERY stupid question, but do you think Kamino suffers from Tornadoes from time to time? I thought that they might due to all those storms on the planet.OOM-10 10:29, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

Legs or ToesEdit

rear-articulated legs Where is this coming from? The Kaminoans don't have legs any differently articulated than Humans or C3 Series droids,they simply walk on their toes or digitigrade.Sochwa 22:24, 4 June 2007 (UTC)

Zann Consortium Edit

The article about the Consortium makes absolutely no sense. What source is it? Urai couldn't have just "Found" it. That's impossible. And where would criminals hide on Kamino? In a storm cloud? Certainly not in Tipoca city with the officials. 08:00, 4 February 2009 (UTC)Vloek

WTH? Edit

Boba Fett was hired to kill Shysa? Since when?—B-Boba Fett! Bounties collected Jaster's Feather 16:41, February 6, 2010 (UTC)

  • Mandalorians will do anything for a few credits. Venators 04:39, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
    • Actually, Mandaloraians have a rigid sense of honor, They don't usually kill for credits alone, but for other reasons aswell. Just to clarify--Thoggnee 23:18, May 22, 2010 (UTC)

location? Edit

hey i was looking at a map of the galaxy, and on two of them [that were very similar] kamino was in to different places. it might be its rotation around its star, but it is extremely far. here are some links: Starwarsgalaxy.jpg Galaxymap3.JPG i really dont know why this is. its pretty funny since obi wan also lost the planet... (edited) also, there is rishi which has moved, so this just leads to further questions TomDowner 19:59, April 11, 2010 (UTC)

There is/was a reference elsewhere on Wookiepedia that when Obi-Wan and Yoda are discussing Kamino and how it was deleted from the archives. Yoda said he'd look into this. The reference states that he found a total of 37 planets deleted from the archives. Does anybody of any sources that state what the other planets are/were? Thanks.Taliesin2 01:54, April 22, 2010 (UTC)

KOTOR 2? Edit

When was Kamino mentioned in Kotor 2 and by whom? I'm curious.Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • "Kyber darts hail from the little-known world of Kamino. The Kaminoan's intimate knowledge of genetic engineering and xenobiology allow them to develop highly virulent biotoxins that kill with frightening efficiency." says item info. --Tm_T (Talk) 01:45, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

I'd like to make some free images of Kamino. Edit

I noticed that all images of Kamino are copyrighted. Could I make some free images of the planet to replace some of them? I also noticed all the images of the planet have areas without clouds. Yet it's always raining on the planet. Everywhere. Therefore, the planet needs to be almost entirely covered in clouds, similar to Venus. Which means most images of the planet are incorrect. (USERNAME REMOVED) 01:10, August 14, 2010 (UTC) (USER WAS BLOCKED FOR THIS POST)

Rebels? Edit

What is the source about Kamino being affiliated with Rebel Alliance? Seeing as the Empire successfully continued cloning and Vader even trained Imperial Sith Acolytes there... --Kir the Wizard 13:45, January 21, 2011 (UTC)

Immigrated species Edit

It says on the page that the population of Kamino is 100% Kaminoan, but also states that Humans and Sullustans are the immigrated species. Maybe the clones count as the humans, but what of the Sullustans? Near-sighted Jedi 12:22, November 20, 2011 (UTC)

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