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He had problems doing anything but killing. When he was in battle he just went all out the entire time using no restraint. Dooku once said that Grievous' lack of finesse bothered him. This lead to few loses on his end. He also had problems after battle since often times when he finishes a fight since he unfortunately is heavily damaged most of the time and is in constant need of repairs.He also was not force sensitive which many jedi took advantage of and gave him a few losses. His cybernetic body makes up for it by giving him immense strength, the ability to jump long distances, scanners instead of force detection, and extra arms.
Where is that stated?Meesa yoda 21:57, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
- Hey, thanks for your edits to Aayla Secura. While we like to see expansions to our articles, we do ask that you please source them so we can have verifiable information in our articles. You can see how to properly reference (aka source) stuff at Wookieepedia:Sourcing. Thanks. ;-) Atarumaster88 (Talk page) 22:01, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
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Massassi Undo Edit
I thought I should let you know why I undid your edit on the Massassi article, but because I thought it was a bit of a major thing and everyone should know, I have posted in on the Massassi talk page. Sorry to undo your edit, I meant no offense. Thanks. —Obi-wan Jacobi 05:56, March 7, 2010 (UTC)