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| Do you think that Vandar and Yoda are directly related? |
|Not Sure||19.1% (247)|
|Start: 01-09-2009 08:38|
|Last: 01-16-2009 16:57|
|#1 - Posted by: utomo_3 (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 09:10|
Of course they are related. They're both yoda species..... :rolleyes:
|#2 - reply to utomo 3 - Posted by: DownloaderBizz (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 09:30|
to utomo 3: does that mean that we're related :confused:
|#3 - Posted by: Bad_Day (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 09:55|
Of course they are related. They're both yoda species.....
Then I'm related to you because we're both human :rolleyes:
|#4 - Posted by: Eagleracer38x (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 10:28|
Well science does believe that we all have a common male and female ancestor...
As for Vandar and Yodi... If they are, Yodi is not Vandar's direct descendant, unless he secretly violated the Jedi code that was in place during his time.
|#5 - Posted by: Tik_Otsif (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 13:03|
I doubt they are related because
1. Just because they are the same species doesn't mean they are related.
2. Vandar doesn't strike me as the type to have a relationship.
3. Vandar isn't dyslexic. ;)
|#6 - Posted by: JediShemL (Staff) on 01-09-2009 at 14:00|
I am amused on how often people have said yes on this poll, but I'm not surprised. I've noticed that people think other characters are more closely related than they probably are in Star Wars, especially species that aren't human.
|#7 - Posted by: Andech_Jumiss (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 14:38|
They definently arn't directly related because vandar died over a 1,000 years before yoda was even born...
|#8 - Posted by: RenegadeSniper7 (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 15:11|
Directly means in the same family.
|#9 - Posted by: lordpsychan (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 18:42|
We don't have the imformation to justify whether they are an alien race or a humanoid that uses the force to live for long periods of time. Maybe yoda is a reincarnation of vandar, who is a reincarnation of an ancient jedi master :p Neither of them strike the type that would break the rules.
|#10 - Posted by: jedijax (Member) on 01-09-2009 at 23:50|
No, they are not related. One is blue and the other is green.
Does that sound incredibly dumb? Well, it is an incredibly dumb answer to an incredibly dumb question.
On the other hand, there's the two Vao characters in both KOTOR videogame and Legacy comics to take into consideration. Who knows? Maybe a dumb author will pay heed to such dumb questions and make a dumb move to create some kind of dumb bloodline connection between two beings living in totally different ages.
That's the power of the masses, or as Lucien Draay would say: "...living proof of the Force having a twisted sense of humor".
|#11 - Posted by: A_L_I_E_N (Member) on 01-10-2009 at 01:19|
No... don't think so...
|#12 - Posted by: Todrias (Member) on 01-10-2009 at 05:01|
They can't be related, I'm very surprised by the outcome of the poll. Jedi don't have families!!! Remember?! They can't be related, for they are at least 4 generation away from each other. The only thing we can come up with is that their species are extremely rare and very Force-sensitive. I doubt that the Lucas guys will soon reveal to us the history of their race, but when they do it is gonna be a great one!
|#13 - Posted by: paulskywalker2000 (Member) on 01-10-2009 at 07:31|
No. They're not related. How is that even possible? As #12 said,
For the most part, they never have families!
And Vandar doesn't at all strike me as someone who would break the rules:mepimp:
|#14 - Voa's - Posted by: Darth_Cryptic (Member) on 01-10-2009 at 21:01|
It's been stated that the Voa's of the Legacy Era are not related to Mission and Griff.
|#15 - the only possiblitiy.... - Posted by: GWjade87 (Member) on 01-10-2009 at 22:14|
only way it could maybe work is if Vandar had a family before he entered the order seeing how his kind can live hundreds of years he may have joined late before an age cap was set. leaving he descendants to carry on and eventually get a Dyslexic son strong in the force. considering each could live upwards of 400years it wouldn't take many generations to get to yoda.
all that being said i don't think so. as was stated above Vandar is not one to break rules. and he was likely taken in very young just like the rest of those poor children..
|#16 - Posted by: XarexSith (Member) on 01-12-2009 at 07:25|
They are related in one way: They are both "Unknown Tridactyl Species." Nothing else really. The other thing is that their voice actors are the same. :D
|#17 - WRONG! #16 - Posted by: Todrias (Member) on 01-12-2009 at 10:55|
And this is not true! As far as I know every time Yoda appears outside the Two trilogies the voice actor for him is Tom Kane. For Vandar they picked him as well. BUT for Yoda in Episode V,VI,I,II nd III the voice is performed by Frank Oz.
If I'm wrong alert me at once! :p
|#18 - Posted by: Jesse_Lee (Member) on 01-12-2009 at 17:32|
No. They're not related. How is that even possible? As #12 said, THEY'RE JEDI!!! For the most part, they never have families! And Vandar doesn't at all strike me as someone who would break the rulesPimp!
Well, you really think that Jedi did not give in to temptation? One thing is for certain, no one is perfect, even Jedi.
|#19 - Posted by: Anakin12 (Member) on 01-13-2009 at 08:21|
I don't think so
|#20 - Posted by: Anakin12 (Member) on 01-13-2009 at 08:23|
Then again....the voices Tom Kane\Frank Oz
|#21 - Posted by: D3Ad2y0u (Member) on 01-14-2009 at 00:13|
I think it's possible that they are related. Not much is known about the "yoda" species other than they can grow to be extremely old. We have little knowledge of vandar before the mandalorian wars or how old he was and he wasn't always a jedi ;). Plus, we have no knowledge of how there species reproduces. So I think it is entirely possible they could be related.
|#22 - Posted by: GlitchMasterShmit (Member) on 01-14-2009 at 13:22|
directly related? no. distantly related? no doubts there.
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