Articles based on [] are being created. How can they possibly be considered canon?
How can that be considered as a source? For example, one entry is:
Ship: Freedom 1 In-Game Pilot: Jkoku Model: KSE Firespray Texture: 6 Galaxy: Gorath
Pilot Comments: Jkoku was one of the Rebels Best Bounty Hunter, so it only deemed fit for him to use a modified Firespray. If was good enough for the Fett's it was good enough for him.
And how was the Hunter III a participant in the Mandolorian Wars? These articles are bull, get rid of them!
Rhysode 23:53, 28 July 2006 (UTC)
- I agree. The Star Wars Galaxies website is considered canon, though I'm guesiing these features involving players are not. I've asked Leland Chee here, so we should have an answer soon enough. If they are non-canon, then we have to decide whether to just slap a non-canon tag on these articles, or delete them entirely. --Azizlight 06:17, 29 July 2006 (UTC)
- well we should make a catergory called Star Wars Galaxies for all the stuff from it i.e. chracters, armour, weapons, ships. etc. Jedi Dude 22:58, 29 July 2006 (UTC)
Ok we have an answer from Leland, he says these characters/ships are "Non-continuity since they exist only in a single galaxy/server." I'll put the articles up for VFD to see if we should just slap a non-canon tag on them, or delete them entirely. --Azizlight 11:10, 30 July 2006 (UTC) I am a HUGE star wars galaxies player. I have many rare items i gloat about and role play backgrounds for each of my characters. But to put them on wookieepedia is WRONG they have nothing to do with the star wars universe and should be removed ASAP.