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The Essential Atlas says that Sebaddon is a Mid-Rim planet, but from reading Fatal Alliance I got the sense that the planet wasn't really in the galaxy at all because the characters were able to look back on the entire galaxy. Anyone got an explanation?
I think it's just an issue of which direction you're looking at the galaxy from. If you're looking at the galaxy top-down, it's in the Mid Rim. If you're looking at the galaxy from the 'side', it's far enough outside the vertical plane of the galaxy that it's in the middle of nowhere. The page's infobox putting it in the Mid Rim is....IMO I don't think it's wrong, but I don't think it's exactly right either. -- DigiFluid 01:41, January 29, 2012 (UTC)
True, it's sometimes easy to forget that galaxies are three-dimensional.--Masterbmw 02:40, January 29, 2012 (UTC)