Hi there, just wondering why you undid my edits? Was it because I didn't provide an adequate source? I put the Republic Navy in because they are the parent organisation not Anakin's task force. Kind regards Tomotron (talk) 03:50, July 16, 2019 (UTC)
- Thanks for the reply, according to what you said, I'm going to change the task force to the Republic Navy with that sub-bullet, is that fine? Kind regards Tomotron (talk) 04:10, July 16, 2019 (UTC)
SWTOR progresses in real time, according to Charles Boyd (lead developer). Only exceptions are the class stories (which take place over the course of four years) and when there are canonically confirmed time-skips (5 years from chapter one of KotFE to start of chapter two, and six months from last chapter of KotFE to chapter one of KotET). The dating for the rest of the events that have occurred throughout the course of the game line up in accordance to that, beginning with the Battle of Illum in 3640 BBY (thus lining up with the 2011 launch of vanilla). RotHC was released in 2013, which means that its events occur in 3638 BBY; SoR was released in 2014, thereby taking place one year later, in 3637 BBY. Likewise, KotFE begins in 3636 BBY, as it was released in 2015. The canonical five-year timejump between chapters one & two would therefore place chapter two's date at 3631 BBY. The remaining chapters were subsequently released over the course of the next nine months. Adding the six month time gap between the TotFE & KotET roughly lines up with the latter's release in late 2016, meaning the Eternal Empire collapsed fell in either late 3630 or early 3629, depending upon how much time passed between the first chapter and final chapter of KotET. Regardless, the Battle for Iokath (released in March of 2017) would have to have occurred sometime in early 3629, with the Umbara and Chiss flash-points occurring later that year, respectively. Naturally, following that same formula, both the Nathema flashpoint and "Jedi Under Siege" should be placed around 3628 (AKA 2018), with all content scheduled to come out *this* year taking place in 3627, unless stated otherwise. We've been consistent in having our articles reflect this principle in the past, so it makes little sense to arbitrarily deviate from this pattern, as we seem to have done in each article involving post-KotET events & conflicts. Therefore, I propose that our articles continue to reflect said principle until officially stated otherwise. The fact that in-game time corresponds with real-world time was first confirmed by Charles Boyd in a tweet (which I'll link you to), and since that confirmation we have dated events accordingly. https://twitter.com/Charles_Boyd/status/676795856591261696 Darth Ravigious (talk) 04:47, July 16, 2019 (UTC)
- Ah, okay. Never mind then. I played the Nathema FP once, but I personally don't even remember the "six years" comment. Since it's in universe information, I suppose that it'd be confirmation that the FP occurs in 3630. My apologies; I wasn't aware of that comment (or at least forgot about it). If there's anything I can do to help clean up the aforementioned references, just let me know. Darth Ravigious (talk) 03:58, July 17, 2019 (UTC)
Hunt for Ziro
Hi. Why did you delete my quote on the page for The Clone Wars: Season 3: Episode 9: "Hunt for Ziro"? I know it's kind of unconventional to have additional quotes in these pages, but there really should be a section or something for these quotes.—Unsigned comment by Maxar1898 (talk • contribs).