ChildOfWinds We HOPE they're still alive. I just don't understand why they're not doing more if they do exist. And even if we do know that half of the Jedi survived, we still don't know how many they started out with, so we're still in the dark. They could be doing things off-screen or just things that aren't of galactic significance. As for the numbers, I think John said the Jedi and Sith each had around 20,000 pre-Ossus. Well, KK seems to be taking over just fine now. Only because of what Luke was able to do. Luke founded and built the Jedi Order. Kruhk's just one of many other leaders who will never be half the Jedi Luke was. I truly hope so. Wasn't this the battle though that made Luke decide he didn't want to be a military commander? So things can't go terribly well. I'd imagine the New Republic will defeat Shadowspawn after massive losses on both sides and questionable means with Luke deciding he wants to fight as a Jedi rather than a soldier. MasterSkywalker86 perhaps, perhaps not. I think the OT is far well known than the prequels even with the new generation. Family Guy being proof of this. To play Devil's advocate, most of the people who make Family Guy are in their 30s and the generation that has grown up on the Prequels won't be doing anything for awhile. rebel_cheese Frankly, it pisses me off, because all of you want to render an entire era of Star Wars, an era a LOT of people enjoyed, completely worthless. The only way I'd accept that is if Lucas made a third trilogy. Nothing else. I was really introduced to the EU by the NJO and I liked it(The Unifying Force would have placed highly on my list for sure.) I've also enjoyed LotF with my only real complaint being Luke's apparent suicidal thoughts. All I'm saying is that forced to choose, I'd rather have more stories about Luke, Leia, and Han than stories about Ben, Jaina, and Jagged. Lucas making a third trilogy would definitely be the best option if they want to reboot. I also don't see why it would render them completely worthless. If you enjoyed the story that's all that matters. Most of my favorite Star Wars comics are part of Star Wars Tales. They're not canon, but it doesn't bother me. Resurrection's canonization actually hurt the story for me.