- According to the dates here, the Boba Fett books were published first. -LtNOWIS 23:48, 24 July 2006 (UTC)
- Yes, The Clone Wars was Raxus Prime's first appearance. The location was invented by the game's designers and approved by Lucas Arts, and was later adopted in other things. - Jack Davis —Unsigned comment by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs).
The Force Unleashed Edit
I reworded and edited the section that happened in the game/novel. It had slightly incorrect information and, as a grammar nazi, was sort of poorly worded. I don't know if a spoiler tag is necessary or not, are we counting the game or the novel? --JediSolo 03:15, 3 October 2008 (UTC)
I think this would be a better quote for the page. Anyone agree? Disagree?
- "This is where all droids go...to die."
~ Dr.Kermit 01:44, 13 October 2008 (UTC)
How does the debris float? Edit
In the Force Unleashed, debris is floating in a straight path everywhere? Is this the doing of Kazdan Paratus or is their a machines that are moving debris?
If you look closely there are tractor relays moving the scrap (primarily engines so presumably the valuable salvage)SargeLIVES 22:34, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
Call me old-school... Edit
But I think, to any extent much of the Clone Wars stuff has been over-eclipsed by The Force Unleashed. As it is, I seem to remember there being at least one photo from that game on this page, and now there are none. I think that should be changed. Lord forbid we remove one of the 3+ from The Force Unleashed to do so. Xanofar 22:44, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
The Force Unleashed II gameEdit
In the vision that Starkiller learns Lightsaber Throw, he appears impaling a rodian with the Heavy Gear outfit in Raxus Prime. The planet's appearance in the game should be added to the appearances topic. Cruelizion 01:59, November 23, 2010 (UTC)
Dooku's fortress Edit
The article states that Raxus Prime served as Dooku's fortress only up to 22 BBY so that would make Raxus serve no purpose for the Separatists during the Clone Wars?--22.214.171.124 02:20, October 7, 2012 (UTC)
Historical Raxus PrimeEdit
In Star Wars: The Old Republic, a padawan named Fia on Tython says, "Just last week, I was crewing a garbage scow on Raxus Prime." It's not much to go off of, but I think the intent of this reference was to suggest that Raxus Prime was at least partially a junkyard planet even then. Hey look, yet another instance of SWTOR devs ignoring the period in which they're writing. Either way, I'm not sure an edit in the article is justified.
- .... I'm not sure where you get the idea that the SWTOR writers don't respect existing continuity; in fact, they're among the best at doing so in the last decade. Just because there is an off-hand comment doesn't mean the entire planet's a junkyard. There are garbage scows on a lot of planets, including Coruscant. Cade Calrayn 02:36, May 27, 2014 (UTC)
- This isn't a good spot for a full discussion of the things that the SWTOR creative team got iffy, but a quick selection: they portray the Jedi Order as following rules that are supposed to originate 2000+ years later during the Ruusan Reformation; there are numerous references to Haruun Kal (and domesticated akk dogs), which doesn't fit well with the description of the planet's history (or said animal's biology) established in Shatterpoint; the events of KotOR II were largely forgotten or ignored etc. As for the garbage scow thing, you're right. That's why I didn't edit anything - I see it as more of a suggestion from the SWTOR devs rather than anything concrete.--KissMyWookiee (Talk|Contributions), 06:16, June 3, 2014 (UTC)