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Gender Bias?Edit

Has there ever been a female/non-human Mandolore or is it a strict human-male position only? I'd like to know... And an early thank-you to whomever answers. ... Thanks. ^^ Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

  • It isn't known. Sorry.--Xilentshadow900 01:13, 15 March 2006 (UTC)
    • Actually, Canderous Ordo is the first known human Mandalore. The two from Tales of the Jedi were Taungs, as presumably was the first.Kuralyov 01:41, 15 March 2006 (UTC)
  • As for female Mandalores, they haven't shown gender barriers in the past, so it could be possible. -- SFH 01:43, 15 March 2006 (UTC)
    • I suppose a female Mandalore could happen. They don't seem to be one dominant gender when it comes to 'honor', otherwise all female mandalorians would be nothing more than house wifes - which they totally aren't. ;) Warhobbe 00:10, 21 July 2006 (UTC)
      • I suppose there could be a female non-human Mandalore. Despite the fact that Mandalorians are known throughout the galaxy to be vicious killers, the Mandalorians are also known to have respect for those in authority, creatures with greater power, and fellow Madalorians. Unsigned comment by Nickbuffington (talk • contribs).
        • I think that there might have been a female Mandalore. I mean, c'mon, the Mandalorians hald no sex discrimination against each other, women are expected to fight just as much as men are. Now, about your second question, yes, there has been a non-human Mandalore. The Tuang.Kom'rk 23:38, 17 April 2008 (UTC)
          • In the Order 66 novel by Karen Traviss; Fenn Shysa and Kal Skirata are talking about Manda'lore and in the conversation about Ayla Fett, Fenn mentioned that its about time another female became Manda'lore since they know how to 'keep us fellas in line.' So according to that there have been female Manda'lores' although Karen Traviss has been know to change canon in the past. Deanscotsmen022 00:56, 13 January 2009 (UTC)

Eh, her changes have generally been for the better. And canon is always changing. Read my misspost under Unknown Mandalore for my answer. Sorry about the misspost, won't happen again. 21:58, 12 January 2009 (UTC) The MAndolorians don't care if your female or male just if do really good as a leader.

at least as far as Karen Traviss' novels are concerned, Imperial commando makes specific mention of a female Mandalore titled, "Mandalore the Destroyer" on the start of chapter 11````

  • Please do not post in old topics. This one has been dead for four years and it should not be resurrected. NaruHina Talk Anakinsolo 15:41, January 17, 2013 (UTC)

Unknown Mandalore?Edit

Is there a Mandalore we Don't Know about in FoC? because one of the Missions is to kill The Mandalorian Clan Leader.

  • Well, a clanleader is not necessarily (and most likeley not) the Mandalore. There are many clans, each with a clanleader. But there is only one Mandalore at a time.--Pi314 14:35, 23 October 2006 (UTC)
    • The Clan leader is Mandalore the first duh! -Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).
      • Um... I don't think so. Mandalore the First lived thousands of years before Forces of Corruption. -LtNOWIS 20:45, 5 April 2008 (UTC)

When I think about it, yes, there could be-or have been a female Mandalore. Well, think of it this way, Mandalorians have been around for at least one thousand years, during that time, many female Mandos could have been Mandalore, just not worth mentioning becuase there have been so many.

I don't know if what I said makes sense, if it doesn't, ask me about it on my talk page. Talk:Prudii. Thanks.

According to current canon and Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel, Fenn Shysa was the Mandalore from 19 BBY to whenever he made Boba take it over after Shysa was killed on Shogun. So the Mandalore could not have been the person killed in FoC. Although I don't know if Force's of Corupption is considered canon material? Deanscotsmen022 04:10, 27 September 2008 (UTC)deanscotsmen022

  • foc is partially canon. the missions of campaign are, but not galactic conquest. the manadalore he "killed" could have gotten to an escape pod. or not even been present, you only see the ship and tyber zann thinks the mandalore is on it.

That wasn't Mandalore, it was the "Mandalorian Clan Leader" and the "Mandalorian Supreme Strategist" 07:03, February 15, 2011 (UTC)

Bathroom etc.Edit

If the Mandalor does not remove his armor how does he use the bathroom etc. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).

Mandalorians "do" remove their armor at some points in their lives. Also, this question is completely irrelivent. Thanks --Prudii 23:00, 14 April 2008 (UTC)Prudii

Um, aren't we supposed to remove spam messages as opposed to answering them?—B-Boba Fett! He'll kill us all! Jaster's Feather 01:45, November 6, 2009 (UTC)

Jango and BobbaEdit

Were Jango and Bobba really considered to be Madalores, as I believe Jango didn't start wearing the Mandalorian armor until the other Mandalorians were all dead (though it's been a long time since I read it).Livingston (The Force will be with you. Always.) 11:35, 5 September 2007 (UTC)

Mandalore the First Edit

who has a pic of mandalore the first???( 20:11, 5 April 2008 (UTC))

    • There isn't one available. -LtNOWIS 20:45, 5 April 2008 (UTC)

Spar's (Alpha-02) Involvment as Mandalore Edit

According to Karen Traviss's new novel Order 66, Fenn Shysa tried to get Spar, Sull, and Fi to play Jango Fett's son and assume the title of Mandalore. But none of them accepted, although Spar said he might if need be. According to the novel, there hadn't been a Mandalore for over three years. After the formation of the Empire and the agreement by a few of the Clan Chieftians to allow a base to be built on Mandalore, Kal Skirata told Shysa to assume it himself and Fenn agreed only if he feels the deal with the Empire is going bad. A few days later when the Imperial Garrison Troops started showing up, Kal got word that Fenn ad assumed the title of Mandalore. So Spar's name as a Mandalore mught need to be removed if the Novel "Order 66" is to be canon. OR clarification might need to be made. Deanscotsmen022 04:20, 27 September 2008 (UTC)deanscotsmen022

Mandalore on Kashyyyk during KotOR? Edit

One of the datapads you get off a dead Mandalorian in the Shadowlands of Kashyyyk refers to the Mandalorian commander that you fight as Mandalore. Should we put him in here as a Mandalore then? Ruthless Xero 22:32, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

  • If I recall well, the commander (Rally Master, in fact) isn't strictly refered to as 'Mandalore' anywhere - it is only said in datapad left by one of the regular Mandos: "I obey, Mandalore, but with protest." (it's about the whole cloaking device riff-raff). It could be adressed to the Mandalore guy (the one, who gave Canderous his shiny new armor used by him later as Mandalore). So it's only an assumption. And even if the Rally Master is reffered to as Mandalore, he's probably an impostor. Last 'official' Mandalore was long dead since Malachor V and there was already one 'unofficial'. Immo JaingHead (Let's move this bucket!) 22:43, May 31, 2010 (UTC)

Who is Mandalore durring the Great War/Cold War? Edit

After Mandalore the Preserver reunites the mandalorian clans, who becomes Mandalore during the Great War? Also, who is Mandalore during Star Wars: The Old Republic/Cold War? – –Bron Hañda 23:25, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

  • Well, during Star Wars: The Old Republic, "The New Mandalore" is Mandalore, not too much is known about him as of yet though. He was shown in the Return of the Mandalorians timeline video on the swtor website. Fiadrok 00:59, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
    • durin g the great war there was one who was just a sith puppet. then after the war ened, the champion of the great hunt fought and killed him. 14:34, May 6, 2010 (UTC)

Jango, Alpha-Ø2 and BobaEdit

So.. Jango was Mandalore.. three times? Antonstaen 10:47, 11 July 2009 (UTC)

Not really. It doesn't count in my mind, because both Alpha-Ø2 and Boba were different than Jango. Sharing the same face doesn't make them the same guy.Revan Malak 09:04, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

The New Mandalore Edit

I think I updated that part as best as I could. Any suggestions?--Revan Malak 09:05, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

  • I reverted you. Try using a more neutral tone in your prose next time. --Imperialles 10:45, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

Mandalore in the Clone Wars cartoon? Edit

Has anyone see the new trailer for the season 2 of the Clone Wars cartoon? They show Mandalorians at the very end of the trailer. On the Examiner and BigShinyRobot websites they're calling this guy Mandalore. Although, I'm holding out hope that they're making reference to the planet and not the person. Otherwise, unless this new Mandalore is supposed to be Spar, then it's going to screw up the continuity again. — Sadriel Fett 00:55, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

  • Nothing is confirmed yet. JangFett Talk 01:03, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
    • It's the planet, per -- I need a name (Complain here) 09:36, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
      • The continuity for the Mandalore is already screwed up. In the History of the Mandalorians; Spar is the Mandalore suring the Clone Wars up until close to the Battle of Yavin then Fenn Shysa takes over. But in Order 66 the Novel, Spar never became Mandalore just acted as Jango's Heir for Shysa until Shysa assumed the title of Mandalore after the Imp garisson showed up. But I don't know what to go off, both are Canon. But it's still cool that their brigning in some Mando'ade into the series. Although they said the voice is oddly familiar, Spar's armor was dark green in both the novel and in "History of the Mandalorians," but I guess Lucasfilm can change as they see fit. Deanscotsmen022 12:45, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

Mandalore the Destroyer Edit

  • There has been alot of back and forth undoing regarding Mandalore the Destroyer who was introduced in the 501st novel. Although no date was given, we know it was before the Clone Wars. We may need to make a note or seperate section for her, so it doesn't confuse people. Deanscotsmen022 00:46, November 6, 2009 (UTC)

I moved the destroyer to a more canonical timewise position since all of the others are roughly in chronological order. I don't know if she was before or after Mandalore the murdered, but it's as close as I surmised. -- 04:21, November 14, 2009 (UTC)

Suggest lock Edit

As I scroll through the History of this page, I notice, like, every other edit is a revert. Should we lock this so only registered contributors can edit?—B-Boba Fett! Bounties collected Jaster's Feather 21:22, January 22, 2010 (UTC)

  • I concur. Give it some semi-protection. OLIOSTER (talk) Imperial Emblem 21:28, January 22, 2010 (UTC)

"Mandalore the Exile" Edit

Browsing through the article and I come to Boba Fett's part, read through, and see "Mandalore the Exile". Was he ever called this in-universe? I mean, I heard it a lot among fans after Invicible came out—What's he gonna be, "Mandalore the Exile" or something?—but I wasn't aware of it being used in canon. Could somebody help me out here, maybe throw a source on that so nobody else gets confused? Or get rid of it if it's just a fan nickname?--Bella'Mia 07:11, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

  • sounds like a fan nickname to me. its dosnt even make sense grammatically, so i doubt a writer would have made it. Unsigned comment by (talk • contribs).
    • Added by an anon way back in this edit. That's a pretty safe bet that it's not legit. Cull Tremayne 14:45, May 6, 2010 (UTC)
      • Anon by itself: maybe fanon, maybe not. But anon, no source, and the fact it doesn't seem to have been heard of makes me definitely think fanon. I'm gonna go ahead and remove it, but if somebody can stick a source to it, feel free to re-add.--Bella'Mia 22:35, May 6, 2010 (UTC)

Maul and Pre Visla Edit

Maul and Pre Visla need to be added as Mandalores.-- 04:48, January 19, 2013 (UTC)

  • Are they Mandalores, though, or just in control of the planet Mandalore? I don't think Jango Fett or Jaster Mereel were ever in control of that planet, yet are still considered Mandalores. LoveWaffle (talk) 21:52, January 26, 2013 (UTC)
    • The Clone Wars: Darth Maul: Shadow Conspiracy states that they were. CC7567 (talk) 21:55, January 26, 2013 (UTC)
      • In that case, Satine Kryze would also need to be added as well, no? - LoveWaffle (talk) 23:56, January 26, 2013 (UTC)
        • If I'm not mistaken, the only person to refer to Maul as Mandalore is Maul himself, in his own internal musings following the death of Pre Vizsla. In conjunction with the fact that to be Mandalore, one actually needs to be Mandalorian, I would say he should be left off of the official listing, but a sentence or two added to the history section noting his views of his supposed ascendancy. Bella'Mia (talk) 01:02, January 27, 2013 (UTC)
          • Unfortunately, Shadow Conspiracy explicitly lists Satine, Pre Vizsla, and Maul as all being Mandalores, which is why they were added to {{Mandalore}}. CC7567 (talk) 01:49, January 27, 2013 (UTC)
            • An official representant can have a title which he never used. Satyne can in fact have claimed the title Mandalore without acting as the War chief of the Mandalorian. It can be for trying to control the remaining war clans, to try to exerce the power on the entire Mandalorian population. A honorary title, as we can have in our world. For example, French President is the co-Prince of Andorre and canon of Saint-Jean de Latran, in Rome, but he do not exerce any power under those title. Thus, she can be Mandalore in title, but not beeing considered as by more traditional Mandalorians such as Viszla or Shysa.--Le Passant (talk) 07:30, January 27, 2013 (UTC)

I would say that this source is wrong or the interpretation is mistaken Since Satine and Maul were never Mandalorians to begin with. Satine does not adhere to a single tenet of the Resol'nare which is absolutely required to be a Mandalorian let alone Mandalore and was "Duchess" at the same time Jango Fett was Mandalore, Pre Vizla was never declared Declared Mandalore if he was he certainly would have used the title openly. Maul was also Not a Mandalorian, and even if he was, and even if Vizla *was* Mandalore Him defeating him does not make him Mandalore, especially since he himself is not Mandalorian in any way. There are several instances of a Non-Mandalorian defeating a Mandalore and either killing them ,taking direct control of the Mandalorians as a result, or both. Instances such as Ulic Qel Droma and Darth Revan. Neither of them became Mandalore after defeating Mandalore the Indomitable and Killing Mandalore the Ultimate respectably. There is no legitimate reason Maul could have been considered a Mandalore whatsoever, even if he thought to himself he was one, he simply cannot hold the title even if he had it. Him being listed as a Mandalore should be removed or at the very least, an asterisk pointing the conflict out-- 10:46, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

  • Even though there might be conflicts with older material, it is not in our power as readers to override what an official printed source states as part of WP:CANON. The best we can do is note any conflicts in the Behind the scenes section, which you are welcome to do given that it's a valid concern/inconsistency. CC7567 (talk) 23:26, June 13, 2013 (UTC)

I thought a talk page was where revisions could be talked about but I guess if that revision does not meet with the opinion of the admins here then it disappears Gazc5 (talk) 15:58, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

  • There's nothing "dubious" about the Clone Wars in terms of canon here; per WP:CANON, we don't get to decide what overrides what. As TCW is a higher canon level, it overrides other material. There's not much more to it than that. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit Calrayn 16:03, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

If te clone wars is regarded as a higher level of canon then what hope is left for the world. Gazc5 (talk) 16:07, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

  • ... TCW has been altering established continuity for years, and the show is ended regardless. I'd ask that you please respect the {{Talkheader}} at the top of this page: talk pages are not the place for you to rant about your dislike of TCW. Thank you. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit Calrayn 16:13, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

Who said I disliked the clone wars? your right I do for the fact that it has completely ripped up the existing continuity. Instead of adding to existing canon clone wars has served to overide all that has gone before. Gazc5 (talk) 16:19, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

  • Again.Please respect the Talkheader, as well as the official administrative warning Cal Jedi delivered on your talk page. Cade StupidRepublicEmblem-Traced-TORkit Calrayn 16:22, June 24, 2013 (UTC)

Darth Maul picture Edit

Hey guys if we're going to put a picture of Darth Maul in his article can it at least be a picture of him when he was Mandalore such as him holding the darksaber up in triumph or him sitting on the throne? --Emperordmb 04:45, July 18, 2013 (UTC)

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