This is frustrating. What PLANETS are on what side? This is VITAL information for this page. That is the whole point.
- I don't see why it would be. The treaty was not between planets, but between two sovereign governments: the New Republic and the Imperial Remnant. Naming all of the planets in each government would be rather pointless, not to mention time-consuming and not at all efficient, if only in regards to article space alone. To put it simply, it would comprise a treaty between all planets/systems/sectors under the government of the New Republic and all planets/system/sectors under the government of the Imperial Remnant as of 19 ABY. In point of fact, the whole point of the article is the cessation of hostilities between the New Republic and the Empire.--SOCLcomm 08:11, 10 May 2007 (UTC)
Where does the name Bastion Accords came from? I can't find a source which states that this treaty was signed above Bastion. --Modgamers 08:18, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
- It does not have a source. It's a name made up by fans. I have not been able to find a single canon source that uses the term "Bastion Accords", but every time I have tried to edit this and other articles to show that the name does not exist, one user or another comes along and undoes my edits, so I have more or less given up on being academic in this regard.--SOCLcomm 13:47, October 14, 2010 (UTC)
- I removed it, because I neither found a source which use the name, nor even said it's placed on Bastion. The only thing I found was, that it was held on board of the Chimaera. Te last known location of the ship was in orbit around Bastion. But there is an unknown amount of time between the battle of Yaga Minor and the ultimate peace treaty, so the ship could simply fly to any place in the galaxy. --Modgamers 21:43, October 16, 2010 (UTC)