• This holocron was destroyed by Exar Kun! If the Encyclopedia says it was later in the Temple on Coruscant, then this is not the holocron found by Odan-Urr 5000 BBY.
    • By the other hand. If this those two holocrons intent to be the same (with a massive contradiction), this should be merged with Unidentified Sith holocron Darth Morrt 13:50, 25 August 2009 (UTC)
      • It certainly wouldn't be the first time there have been continuity contradictions. I think that because the DLOTS comic doesn't explicitly say that he destroyed it, even though the artists renderings make it appear as though he did, they now explain it away as Kun merely opened the holocron to corrupt the naive Jedi. Hence, it could later have been re-claimed by the Jedi. Weak, I know, but what can you do. *shrug* Oh, and I've already merged the unidentified holocron information into this article. - JMAS Hey, it's me! 00:37, 27 August 2009 (UTC)
        • Maybe Exar broke it whitout fully destroying it, and later someone had rebuilt it using some of the original parts. Fanon, but can work. Thanks for merging. I'm not experienced enough to do it myself. Darth Morrt 09:06, 27 August 2009 (UTC)

Naga Sadow's Edit

I think this article should be called Naga Sadow's Holocron, as it was recovered fron his ship. --LordDeathRay (The Sith Archives) 14:04, October 7, 2009 (UTC)

  • Why would be change an article with a canon name to one with a fanon name? There is nothing that says or even indicates that Sadow created the holocron. - JMAS Hey, it's me! 14:14, October 7, 2009 (UTC)
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