Change of voice Edit
I just corrected the "stub" for this article.
The original sentence was in the "active voice"; that is, the subject ("The Gungans of Naboo") is the doer of the action ("relied on...Tribubble bongos"). The active voice is usually used in English sentences.
However, the "passive voice" is used when the object is more important than the subject. In the passive voice, the subject is the object of the sentence ("Tribubble bongos...").
I changed the introductory sentence from active voice to passive voice since this is an article on the Tribubble Bongo; hence it is the subject of the sentence.
Gel Maethor 09:58, 19 February 2007 (UTC) (English teacher by day, Jedi by night)