As said in Star Wars Rebublic Commando, Vau does'nt belong to a clan. He left his family at a young age and chose to be a Mandalorian bounty hunter.
no if you remember he was not a bounty hunter but a Supercommandos because in order 66 I think it was he says that he should have been on Galidraan (were must of the Supercommandos were killed in Open Seasons) he might have done some bounty hunting but he was a lot more than just a Mandalorian bounty hunter he was a Supercommandos.--Bull36 02:11, 15 April 2009 (UTC)
First Mentioned? Edit
I don't ever remember any of Delta Squad, or anyone else in the game Republic Commando talking about Vau. Who mentioned him and what was the line? Thanks GunnerChief 23:51, 7 December 2006 (UTC)
- It wasn’t in a dialog but in those loading screens Jedi Master KaelKatana01 or Katana 06:55, 20 July 2007 (UTC)
- Were there any pictures of Walon in the loading screens? I can't remember. Sith Alchemy 101 18:18, 13 January 2008 (UTC)
GunnerChief...the answer to your question is simple. Watch the sun-levels load. It will show Walon Vau saying something such as how Scroch got his nickname and so on. FemaleCommando25 Got something on your mind?
It states that Skirata lost 14 of his commandos at the start of the Clone Wars. However, on pg. 99 of RC:Triple Zero, he tells Ordo "I never said goodbye to the lads who didn't come back, that's all. I lost nine out of my batch." I was wondering where the other 5 came from, or if I can change this. Thanks!Chervil 21:31, 1 August 2007 (UTC)
- It's discussed in Chapter 19(pg 315 and 317 of the paperback version). He started with 104 trainees(plus the Nulls) and by the time of Triple Zero(a year after Geonosis), he had 90 left. So he lost nine at Geonosis, like you mentioned(the teammates of Niner, Fi, and Darman), plus another teammate of Niner's who died in training, and four more that died during that year. InSaneWeTrust 03:28, 29 February 2008 (UTC)
Is this picture official or fan made? Edit
I found a picture that is supposadely of Walon Vau. I didn't want to load this onto Wookiepedia for fears that it was just fan made. Therefore, I'll provide a link...
Vau is supposed to be the guy at the top of the picture.
Clones 15:27, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
- HAHAHA. Sweet!! That's the commission I had Tom Hodges make for me at Comic Con last year of Walon Vau and Kal Skirata. He emailed me earlier this week to say it was getting mailed out some time this week. Looks awesome, though. This is the first time I've gotten to see it. Makes me quite happy. Thanks for the link. So, to answer your question, yeah, it's definitely fan-made. Although, Mr. Hodges is the guy who did the art for the Mando's in the Karen Traviss Star Wars Insider magazine article about the Mandalorian People and Culture. Hope that helps. — Sadriel Fett 45px 10:33, 29 May 2008 (UTC)
- The article states that Vaus homeworld is possibly Irmenu. I think that is unlikely, as the Irmenu are a people, not a planet --Jinzler 20:12, 4 October 2008 (UTC)
- In True Colours it's said that his father was in a seafaring Navy on Irmenu, so I guess that's the people of that planet.SarimThiri 04:20, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
Someone attempted to change the article to say he sicked Mird on Atin. Correct me if I'm wrong, but he sliced Atin up and sicked Mird on Ordo, right? I went ahead and reverted it.--Splinter Smile 22:52, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
You're right. It's been mentioned a few times in at least two books that Vau sent Mird after Ordo.R3 T3 01:57, 27 August 2009 (UTC)
Should Vau be put under the "Mandalorians" category even if he was only one by choice? --Lord Skywalker 02:00, 9 April 2009 (UTC)