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I believe that the name of this article is very inaccurate. During the events of the arc in the series, there were two missions to Mon Cala, one to meet with Urtya, which failed, and a second to the Moncaladrome. There was also a mission to rescue Lee-Char in a different world, there was a large space battle, and then a subsequent blockade of Mon Cala. Calling the entirety of these events as a "mission to Mon Cala" is therefore, in my opinion, very inaccurate. In fact, given that it's the title of the arc and was referred to as the mutiny of Mon Cala by Tunga Arpagion, the Mon Cala rebels were referred to as mutineers, and better describes the events of the arc. I think it's safe to say that "mutiny at Mon Cala" is a more appropriate name, even if it's added as a conjectural title. If not then I would suggest the titles of Mon Cala insurgency, battle over Mon Cala, rebellion of Mon Cala, or similar alternatives. I'd be open to any suggestion to be honest.--Vitus InfinitusTalk 12:50, June 20, 2018 (UTC)

  • If there are no objections, I'll go ahead and move the page to "Mutiny on Mon Cala" given that throughout the arc, the word "mutiny" was used a lot, including on describing the people, the sailors on the Mon Cala fleet, Tunga Arpagion's reference to the events, and the title of the arc of the comics. If there are objections, an alternative could be "Rebellion of Mon Cala" or "Battle of Mon Cala."--Vitus InfinitusTalk 22:00, June 23, 2018 (UTC)
    • Tuga even calls it Mutiny on Mon Cala, so I'd go with that name --Lewisr (talk) 22:03, June 23, 2018 (UTC)


This has to occur in 2 ABY, doesn't it? The first couple of issues make several references to it being 20 years since the Imperial occupation and Lee-Char's imprisonment; those are both dated to 18 BBY as per the Burning Seas arc. So I believe there's an unspecified gap between The Ashes of Jedha (ending on Leia saying they need to rebuild, and the start of the Rebels looking for a new base) and the Mutiny/Hope Dies arcs that push those last two over into 2 ABY - TLM86 22:37, June 19, 2019 (UTC)

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