This Star Wars Legends article contains information, notably from "Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 15:01:13", that is affected by the Star Wars: The Clone Wars project.

A definitive Legends Clone Wars timeline, as well as the continuity of "Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 15:01:13", was never established by Lucasfilm.

"The Jrade Plaza surrounding the newly commissioned marcluro-stone statue has in the past held tens of thousands of spectators, but today's sparse gathering was dominated instead by the presence of clone troopers and Senate Guard security."
―A HoloNet News report on the opening of the Finis Valorum Memorial[1]

In 21 BBY,[2] marcluro-stone was used in the construction of the Finis Valorum Memorial, a statue built to honor the former Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum after his death in a terrorist attack. The memorial was built in the Chancellery Walkway in Jrade Plaza in the Jrade District on[1] the planet[3] Coruscant, and its unveiling was reported in the 15:01:13 HoloNet News Core Edition.[1]

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Marcluro-stone was mentioned in "Republic HoloNet News Core Edition 15:01:13," an in-universe news report written by Pablo Hidalgo and published in the seventy-third issue of the Star Wars Insider magazine[1] on December 26, 2003.[4] "The Lost One," an episode of the sixth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars[5] that first aired on March 1, 2014,[6] portrayed Valorum as alive[5] in 20 BBY,[7] contradicting his previously established death in 21 BBY and leaving the canonicity of his marcluro-stone memorial within the Star Wars Legends continuity uncertain.[2]


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