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Greedo the Younger

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2006-06-29 15:26:18 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as the Rodian with whom Anakin was scuffling in a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. He is distinct from Anakin's podracing pal in the theatrical release of The Phantom Menace, who was named Wald.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

It is unclear whether Greedo the Younger actually ever graduated from his apprenticeship with Goa to become a full member of the Bounty Hunter's Guild.

(Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as the Rodian with whom Anakin was scuffling in a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. He is distinct from Anakin's podracing pal in the theatrical release of The Phantom Menace, who was named Wald. Please see the notes at Greedo the Elder for a more complete discussion of this canon conundrum.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

It is unclear whether Greedo the Younger actually ever graduated from his apprenticeship with Goa to become a full member of the Bounty Hunter's Guild.

2006-06-29 14:46:59 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as the Rodian with whom Anakin was scuffling in a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. He is distinct from Anakin's podracing pal in the theatrical release of The Phantom Menace, who was named Wald.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

(Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as the Rodian with whom Anakin was scuffling in a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. He is distinct from Anakin's podracing pal in the theatrical release of The Phantom Menace, who was named Wald.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

It is unclear whether Greedo the Younger actually ever graduated from his apprenticeship with Goa to become a full member of the Bounty Hunter's Guild.

2006-06-29 14:35:17 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

(Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as the Rodian with whom Anakin was scuffling in a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace. He is distinct from Anakin's podracing pal in the theatrical release of The Phantom Menace, who was named Wald.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

2006-06-29 14:33:19 DarthSkeptical First Name Greedo
2006-06-29 14:33:19 DarthSkeptical Last Name the Younger
2006-06-29 14:33:19 DarthSkeptical Alias Greedo Greedo the Younger
2006-06-28 23:09:01 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace. (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace.

The name of his doomed clan of Rodians was Tetsu. This clan was murderously opposed by the militarily adroit Chatza clan, led by Navik the Red.

2006-06-28 07:06:10 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace". (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace.
2006-06-28 07:05:41 DarthSkeptical First Name Greedo
2006-06-28 07:05:41 DarthSkeptical Last Name the Younger
2006-06-28 07:05:41 DarthSkeptical Notes (Unofficially?) called "Greedo the Younter" in deference to his father, whom the Expanded Universe regards as Anakin's podracing pal in The Pantom Menace".


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