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You are purposely adding noncanon information in either Legend OR canonverse. it would be one thing if you add the events of the comic blixus in the behind the scene section, but no your writing it in the page section. I repeat the evvents in the Slaves of the republic, it is not canon in either verse, it been re-conned with the premiere of that episode. (Ghidorafour (talk) 20:34, December 25, 2014 (UTC))

  • Hi. Can you provide a source saying it's not canon to Legends? I see nothing to indicate that what you're saying is correct. Thanks! - Brandon Rhea(talk) 21:35, December 25, 2014 (UTC)
    • The show t-canon is above the c-canon of said comic and combine with the fact that said blixus comes from a adaptation of said comic, it means that the blixus data you keep adding which is from the comic is outdated, noncanon and therefore should only be added in the behind the scene bit perhaps explaining the difference in how the two blixus are different. (Ghidorafour (talk) 19:05, December 26, 2014 (UTC))
      • That doesn't mean that the show renders the comic non-canon within Legends. The comic is Legends canon wherever it doesn't contradict the show (assuming it even does). Unless you have an official statement declaring this comic non-canon within Legends, the information will remain on the page. - Brandon Rhea(talk) 18:09, December 29, 2014 (UTC)
        • In fact i do Brandon, since you seem to be adamant about this. i suggest checking i just posted said official statement on the blixus page. (Ghidorafour (talk) 00:50, December 30, 2014 (UTC))
          • Okay Brandon now your just breaking the rules on purpose! the message and i quote this

This Star Wars Legends article contains information from the 2008 Slaves of the Republic comic books that was omitted from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series' 2011 adaptation of the story.

The Season Four episodes "Kidnapped," "Slaves of the Republic," and "Escape from Kadavo" have canonical precedence. Editor discretion is advised.

i gave you a good reason and you still broke that reason. it is right there and you still broke it. i can forgive you since in too have forgotten until somewhat recently but i did show an official saying that the comic non-canon and you still do this?(Ghidorafour (talk) 19:08, December 31, 2014 (UTC))

  • You haven't provided any proof that it is non canon. Just because they made an episode based on the comic, does not make the comic itself non canon. Until you show us actual proof that the comic is non canon, the information will remain on the page. Supreme Emperor (talk) 19:19, December 31, 2014 (UTC)
    • How about the fact the blixus in the comic looks nothing like it's show counterpart. Or that the fellow who release the blixus (Onyx) has the same tag on his page that i tried to add to the blixus page but was deleted. Which brings me to the point why does his page have it yet the blixus page does not.(Ghidorafour (talk) 19:45, December 31, 2014 (UTC))
      • Not to mention the facts that it was Darts D'nar told Anakin were being held till the royal auction in the episode kidnapped (Which strongly hints that they are being held in Zygerria), which contradict that it was the fellow Onyx who spilled the beans about where the colonist were being held after the Blixus was defeated. (Ghidorafour (talk) 20:18, December 31, 2014 (UTC))
        • Finally Supereme Emperor as stated in the TCW Slaves Adapt and i quote Queicon This Star Wars Legends article contains information from the 2008 Slaves of the Republic comic books that was omitted from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars TV series' 2011 adaptation of the story. The Season Four episodes "Kidnapped," "Slaves of the Republic," and "Escape from Kadavo" have canonical precedence. Editor discretion is advised. and considering Darts D'nar of both the seperatist who took the colonist and onyx who released the blixus and revealed that the colonist will be held in the royal auction on Zygerria. The site rules are broken by not moving the data about onyx and the spacebreathing bird faced blixus into the behind the scene part of the page.(Ghidorafour (talk) 22:33, December 31, 2014 (UTC))
          • None of the information from the comic that is listed in the article is contradicted by the episode, however. And since there is no contradiction, there is no reason to remove anything that happened in the comic but not the show. Trip391 (talk) 22:42, December 31, 2014 (UTC)
            • On a side note, the template that you are quoting, {{TCWSlavesAdapt}} is not an official source, and has no bearing on whether or not the comic is canon. Supreme Emperor (talk) 22:47, December 31, 2014 (UTC)
              • First of all trip in my last post i DIDN'T write remove i wrote to the behind the scene (Which is on the same page correct me if i'm wrong) where it can still clearly be seen by anyone. and two supreme emperor, that tag is an official source. (Ghidorafour (talk) 23:02, December 31, 2014 (UTC))
                • Except the information you placed in the Bts is not Bts information, but rather information from the source about a characteristic of the blixus. Also, nothing on Wookieepedia is an official source. Trip391 (talk) 23:07, December 31, 2014 (UTC)
                  • I'm not just going to put a characteristic of the Blixus i will also put in how that blixus to a Zygerrian who revealed where the kiros colonist are (Which as i pointed out contradicts how Anakin and Ahsoka where they find out the data from Darts D'Nar) yet still point out the similarity and difference between the two. Besides if i was going to do just that i would just leave the page and let the comic blixus still be shown in the behind the scene section. (Ghidorafour (talk) 23:27, December 31, 2014 (UTC))
                    • Also that is partially true, Trip. While there is some non canon sources on canon pages we at least put them in proper places (Like behind the scene) or give Tags like these.
                      • You know what Nevermind if you can think the page should be the same, then let just forget this whole thing and delete all this argument alright. (Ghidorafour (talk) 00:08, January 1, 2015 (UTC))


The new visual dictionary mentions that Rathtars are thought to be related to the "blixii," which is pretty obviously meant to be the plural of blixus. I'm guessing we need further confirmation though.--Darth Oblivion (talk) 15:25, December 19, 2015 (UTC)

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