When Jeisel get a first name?

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  1. cyris8400 Jedi Youngling

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    Wookieepedia lists her as [link=http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Jeisel]Sian Jeisel[/link], but I've never of her being anything but "Jeisel," and I read all the Ostrander/Duursema Clone Wars comics.

    Is this just a Wookieepedia breach in canon or was the "Sian" part mentioned in some esoteric Hyperspace article or something?

    EDIT: "When *did* Jeisel get a first name?" That does a lot for my credibility.
  2. Jan_Duursema Comic Artist: -AOTC -Legacy -Republic

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    Jeisel probably got that name around CIII. My daughter Sian made a Jeisel costume and wore it at CIII. Someone posted a picture with the label of Sian Jeisel. The rest is history...
  3. cyris8400 Jedi Youngling

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    Interesting origin. Thanks Jan.

    So then "Sian" Jeisel is uncanon?
  4. Sauron_18 Jedi Master

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    It's as canon as Aayla's survival after "Twilight" :D
  5. ThrawnRocks Jedi Master

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    Hmm... I always thought of Jeisel as more of a fist name... :p
  6. Havac Former Moderator

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    A fist name? I'd rather it was a foot name.:p
  7. ThrawnRocks Jedi Master

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  8. SWBob Jedi Master

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    Who is Jeisel and what was she in.:confused:
  9. Excellence Jedi Knight

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    A Devaronian female with cut unicorns that appears often in Duurseman comics. Schism, Red Hands, some Republican issues.
  10. dizfactor Jedi Knight

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    They aren't cut. Devaronian females don't have the long horns the males do, just little stubby ones. See also Vien'sai'Malloc, Aven'sai'Ulrahk, and Elsah'sai'Moro from Jedi: Aayla Secura and Darth Maladi from Legacy.

    The first time I typed it, I typed Jedi: Aayla Secura as Jedi: Aayla Sexura. Talk about your Freudian slips...
  11. Excellence Jedi Knight

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    I believe they are actually cut.
  12. Sauron_18 Jedi Master

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    No, the females are hornless.
  13. Excellence Jedi Knight

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    That's a duology meaning of words, there. :p

    I'm sure I saw Duursema saying they often cut their horns. Her illustrations look it, too.
  14. Kwenn Jedi Master

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    Essential Guide to Alien Species states female Devaronians lost their horns through evolution. Ultimate Alien Anthology also mentions their lack of horns.
  15. Excellence Jedi Knight

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    Snipered down. Ejector Darpen's my only hope.
  16. Ive_Got_Two_Legs Jedi Youngling

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    On the topic at hand, since the NEGAS has made this official;

    I'm assuming [link=http://www.janduursema.com/photos/enlarge.shtml?c3/SIAN_JEISEL.jpg]this[/link] is the image in question?
  17. Havac Former Moderator

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    Probably the same picture but posted elsewhere, as that particular one has no label.
  18. Ive_Got_Two_Legs Jedi Youngling

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  19. Havac Former Moderator

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    Hadn't noticed that.
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