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Hey there. Since we don't know anything at all about the Galactic Federation Triumvirate beyond its name, we can't assume that it's a Galactic Alliance Triumvirate. It could just as easily be a combination of the GA, Felpire, and Jedi Order, but we just don't know. Cheers. Menkooroo 03:07, April 9, 2012 (UTC)
- Please don't create 116 ABY anymore. Authorial intent is not the same thing as canon, and "Jan Duursema" does not belong in a Sources section. If a published work says that Cade is 21 in Legacy, then we can create 116 ABY, but until then, we can't. Menkooroo 05:04, April 10, 2012 (UTC)
- Check the attitude, bud. I know exactly who Jan Duursema is. Despite what you think, you don't have the power to dictate what goes into our Canon policy. John and Jan had a lot of ideas about Legacy that didn't make it into print, and that they shared some of them with us on the JC forums doesn't make them canon. This is a more appropriate way to deal with these kinds of comments. If you continue to create 116 ABY, you will be blocked from editing. Menkooroo 16:22, April 10, 2012 (UTC)