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FlameYOL
05.27.2019 , 07:25 AM | #11
Quote: Originally Posted by Shayddow View Post
Korriban. Named as such in the old republic. In Star Wars legends later referred to as Morriban…..
Korriban is never referred to as Moraband in Legends, that is part of Canon.
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05.27.2019 , 07:27 PM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by FlameYOL View Post
Korriban is never referred to as Moraband in Legends, that is part of Canon.
It's actually a bit of a grey area. TCW is both canon and legends, however season 6 didn't come out until after the Disney takeover, so whether it is part of legends or not is a matter of perspective.

It also isn't really relevant, the point is that planets can go by different names in the star wars universe, regardless of which one.
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05.27.2019 , 08:53 PM | #13
As far as planets go .. some have ahd their status as a "planet" revaluated and consequently down graded !

Things change.... even for planets.
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FlameYOL
05.28.2019 , 07:42 AM | #14
Quote: Originally Posted by MadDutchman View Post
It's actually a bit of a grey area. TCW is both canon and legends, however season 6 didn't come out until after the Disney takeover, so whether it is part of legends or not is a matter of perspective.
I know, but even if you include TCW part of Legends, which I do. Season 6 cannot be considered part of Legends due to its post-reboot release, as any project of The Clone Wars:Legacy stuff.

Quote: Originally Posted by MadDutchman View Post
It also isn't really relevant, the point is that planets can go by different names in the star wars universe, regardless of which one.
It is quite relevant, as in Legends Korriban is never referred to as Moraband. A better example would be Korriban's name under the reign of Xim the Despot, Pesegam.
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