The Throne Edit
Where does it say Bail is the Prince Consort, at the Alderaan Ascendancy Contention, Jorus C'baoth gave the throne of the Viceroy(my guess is the they stopped using King after Bouris Ulgo, just like they stopped using Chancellor after Palpatine) to his father and the House of Organa, not to the House of Antilles, that would make Breha Organa(and Mazicia Organa for that matter) a Queen Consort, not a Queen regnant. However, just incase I'm wrong, I did come up with a solution to what appears the be conflicting canon. Bail's father the Viceroy dies well before 1 BBY, it is traditional that the heir apparent serve in the Senate, but Leia would not become a Senator until 1 BBY(when she was 18), so until she was ready, Bail stayed in the Senate. We know Breha was Minister of Education of Alderaan so she had some exprense at governing and her family still had claim to the throne, so Bail made her his Co-Regent to fill in for him back home and by some legal default give himself the title Prince Consort.
-- AH2000 11:57, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
His Serene Highness?Edit
Does anyone happen to know where Bail's formal name (all the "His Serene Highness" stuff mentioned in the intro) comes from? The radio drama? Some sourcebook? I'm not disputing the accuracy of that info, but it would be nice to have a source, especially considering that the full title isn't mentioned later in the article. Tinwe(comlink) 15:39, May 27, 2012 (UTC)
- I finally found the source. It comes from Agent of the Empire—Hard Targets, Part 1. When Jahan Cross arrives at the 25th anniversary of the Alderaan Ascendancy Contention, he shakes hand with Bail Organa and says: "Happy to be back, Your Serene Highness." --LelalMekha (talk) 19:12, August 18, 2013 (UTC)
Was Bail Organa retrospectively grafted in TPM, after all? Edit
While doing some research for an upgrade of the article, I stumbled upon the "Classic Moment" section of the Star Wars Insider 128, which contains a rather intriguing passage: "Ironically, the individuals who propose and second the vote of no confidence in Valorum—Padmé Amidala and Bail Organa—would become two of the Sith Lord's most fierce opponents in the Clone Wars. But at this point, they have no idea that they are being manipulated to do Palpatine's dirty work for him." In the movie as we know it, no senator seconds the motion, since Adrian Dunbar's scene as Organa was cut, and his likeness was retooled into Bail Antilles. However, the Insider article doesn't say that Bail Organa was intended to second the motion in the original, it says he actually did. Should we include that into the article, or would that edit be considered controversial? --LelalMekha (talk) 22:07, August 18, 2013 (UTC)