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Im not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but I'm not sure where to ask it. I am wondering why the article Incident on Tatooine is considered canon? Granted I have not played the video game but I have read the book and watched TPM multiple times and don't remember where Qui-Gon killed anybody on Tatooine. Is there anything i'm missing or is this an error? —Unsigned comment byJedi Master King (talk • contribs).
I haven't ever played the game either, but from what I can tell from the article, Qui-Gon going postal is purely a non-canon option in the video game, hence why it's only mentioned in the "Behind the scenes" section. —MJ—HolocommSaturday, January 7, 2012, 17:33 UTC
Thanks for your help I read the article and it didn't make much sense. Now I feel like and idiot. Thanks for the clarification. I am not an expert but is this article really necessary? It seems like the article would cover stuff that is really already covered in other sections. Also, where are the casualties? It says that the "Various independent factions" had "heavy casualties" is this part of the video games or related to the behind the scenes catagoy. Sorry if it seems like i'm beating a dead horse but this article doesn't seem needed to me. Sorry if it is and i'm missing something i'm still learning Maybe the article could be deleated and the behind the scenes moved to the article about the game?. --JediMasterKing'(Personal Temple Comm Channel) 17:57, January 7, 2012 (UTC)--