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13 September 2009 Good article nomination Success
13 September 2009 Good article
May 6, 2012 Good article review Kept
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Rogue Squadron

Is Tarn Mison ever identified as a Rogue pilot? It seems that he was just another pilot at Echo Base who flew escort. --SparqMan 03:59, 15 May 2006 (UTC)

  • Nope. He has yet to be a confirmed Rogue. All escort fighters at Hoth were not necessarily Rogues.--JMM 13:33, 31 July 2006 (UTC)
    • Is he even a movie character, or just a CCG "creation"?74.197.21.243 12:03, 16 October 2007 (UTC)
      • Very rarely did Decipher outright make-up a character photo and what is more likely is that this particular photo was from some obscure production photo (regardless of the Yavin IV background, the pilot photo could be from any of the movies with a random background inserted) Decipher had access too while it had the LucasFilm licensing rights. Frequently, Decipher created cards by such means, as referenced with this article. My memory is fuzzy, and this may be speculation at this point, but the particular individual seen might be a photo of a current or former Decipher Inc. employee as well. Various anagrams or "Tuckerizations" were used by Decipher for various character cards, as well as persons acting as "stand-ins" for card photos. I believe photo stand-ins though were a very rare occurrence though. JoelBray 07:04, 17 August 2008 (UTC)

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