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Can you provide quotes? Jasca Ducato 20:19, 22 Oct 2005 (UTC)
- No offence, but i'm not really in the mood to read the entire file. COuld you pin-point where it mentions these battles? Jasca Ducato 20:36, 22 Oct 2005 (UTC)
Hi -- just a reminder that all in-universe articles are supposed to be in past tense. Thanks. — Silly Dan 03:43, 23 Oct 2005 (UTC)
Perlemian, and Article MovingEdit
Just wanted to let you know that I answered you concerns about the Perlemian Trade Route on my talk page. I also wanted to point out that I noticed you were manually moving some pages from one title to another (specifically, the Basiliskans); rather than doing that, you can just click the "Move" tag at the top of the page and follow the instructions. It's a lot easier, and has the added benefit of keeping the page history intact. jSarek 05:38, 24 Oct 2005 (UTC)
Please don't replace dashes with double hyphens. For further reading: Wookieepedia:Manual of Style/Proper use of the dash (it isn't an official policy yet, but is accepted de facto). - Sikon [Talk] 07:39, 24 Oct 2005 (UTC)
LetoII, right? QuentinGeorge 07:40, 24 Oct 2005 (UTC)
- [Awareness] Well, if he is Leto II, then that text from Atris was not a copyvio. Or was it? Is it a copyvio to copy your own text from a forum? I'm confused... - Sikon [Talk] 07:45, 24 Oct 2005 (UTC)
Can you provide a source for the Mandalorian Wars starting in 3,965 BBY (and not 3,963 BBY) please? Jasca Ducato 11:26, 29 March 2006 (UTC)
- I asked for admin moderation of the Malachor V discussion and Silly Dan decided to protect the page. If my comments have been inflammatory, I apologize. I assure you that they were the result of rapid typing and not of malicious intent. In the big scheme of things, our discussion simply does not matter, so lets both stop the personal attacks and cool off for a while. It should be noted that I do not necessarily agree with the version of the article that I was reverting to. I did not have a hand in writing it and I have no special attachment to its content. I simply found it to be superior to the version that you continue to post.
At the top of the True Sith discussion section you typed this:
I disagree at two points:
- The phrase, another, older order of the Sith, is unproven and unverified.
- Secondly, your statement that the empire comes nowhere near the Unknown Regions in territorial proximity is simply speculation because no one knows what the full extent of the Sith Empire was.
Even if I agree with these three points (with the reservations above), they prove nothing. Upon the weak framework of those three points, you erected a new Sith Empire. Does that make sense? In every known source, only one Sith Empire exists in ancient Star Wars history and yet you are attempting to create another one simply in order to make Kreia's obscure statements make sense. Is it not far more likely that Kreia was referring to the Sith Empire and simply messed up the dates as she messed up the Mandalorian War dates? The fact is that I don't need to prove anything. The Sith Empire that I am referring to exists in a multitude of sources, while the supposed 'Sith Empire' that you continually attempt to create has no source beyond a few vague mentions in a video game that can easily be explained as mistakes spawned from a lack of research on the part of Obsidian Entertainment. Since when has it been the responsibility of fandom to attempt to patch such continuity mistakes and publish the results as official canon? On this wiki, such creations are considered fanon however well-meaning they are. If you apply Occam's razor to this problem, I think that you will find that my explanation is far simpler and easier to reconcile with the available facts.–SentryTalk 04:07, 14 September 2006 (UTC)
Sith Empire vs. True Sith Edit
Right now, our article on the Sith Empire also refers to the Empire the True Sith took control of. Thus, all Great War-related topics should refer to the Sith Empire rather than the True Sith. (I don't know if this will change in the future, but I suspect it'll either stay as one article, or the current Sith Empire article will be split into two. Either way, linking to True Sith is probably not the way to go.) Cheers, —Silly Dan (talk) 01:47, 15 March 2009 (UTC)