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What is the "canon SWTOR"?

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SpankGoesMad
01.28.2019 , 12:16 AM | #1
As far as i understand SWTOR is considered as part of the EU.
So my question is what would be the canon counterpart to it? Or is there even a "historic" backstory for the movies?
Maybe you guys can shed some light on this for me
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FlameYOL
01.28.2019 , 01:47 AM | #2
Nothing. There's literally 0 material as of yet in canon's old republic era. There's some information regarding it though, check out Star Wars Reading Club, I believe he covers the comics which detail Canon Ancient Sith in more detail.
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SpankGoesMad
01.28.2019 , 03:23 AM | #3
Well, that sucks. It just doesn't get to me why. I mean we can probably all agree that the Old Republic era has some of the greatest stories in SW.
But maybe it's for the best since Disney took over.
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FlameYOL
01.28.2019 , 01:23 PM | #4
I'm not keen on the entire reboot thing but I won't rain on your parade saying you can't enjoy the new canon, if it helps I genuinely think it's only a matter of time until they release Old Republic era content. Just keep in mind while they do adapt things from Legends that things might necessarily not be the same story, a few details are bound to change.
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MadDutchman
01.28.2019 , 07:44 PM | #5
I'd be good with a canon Old Republic only if Filoni is running it (and I mean actually running it, not just sitting in the background). He's the only one that seems to actually give a **** about the old and loved material.
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