That is true, but also not relevant to the matter at hand. The prequels came out years ago, and once they did the principle of canon 'levels' was firmly established. That this situation exists, and the inherent problems and difficulties of continuity across sources it creates are an issue of the Star Wars universe as a whole. They are not something TCW invented and they are not TCW's or Filoni's fault. If you think that Timothy Zahn, or Michael Stackpole, or Troy Denning, or John Ostrander, or Kevin J. Anderson, or any other major creative personage in Star Wars would not take a hatchet to massive chunks of the EU if they were suddenly given the complete and total power to do so you're kidding yourself. Go take a look at some of the AU stories floating around down in the fanfiction forum if you need evidence. Heck, speaking only for myself, if I swapped bodies with George Lucas the Yuuzhan Vong would vanish from Star Wars so fast it'd give Del Rey whiplash. There is not a soul on this Earth who loves anything and everything within the vastness of the Star Wars EU, it's just too big and encompasses way too many contradictions for that. The shared universe pact that everyone writing C-canon is obligated to follow is basically a giant treaty to agree to disagree and to save massive interpretation differences of events and concepts to insinuation, assumption, and subtext. George Lucas is not bound by that EU-pact, and insofar as C-canon sources are concerned neither is TCW's creative team. If you think that privilege was undeserved, fine, that's a totally valid argument, but said privilege having been conferred, we can't compare the choices of TCW to those of a C-canon creator. In the general sense yes, I agree that it is not a good idea to retroactively eliminate a source from canon, it is something to be done only with great care, but sometimes it becomes impossible to simply fudge the facts together anymore and you have to pick either option A or option B. I think, in the specific case of Obsession, that point has been reached. I simply do not see any reasonable way to square the circle of those events with the ones in TCW at this time without totally destroying the development of Asajj Ventress in both sources, which would render everything meaningless. The clean solution seems to be obvious: place an Infinities label over Obsession and label it non-canon. I don't enjoy suggesting this, I really liked that comic and even at one point began a fan-fiction based off its events, but that seems to be where we stand. My point earlier was this: If Obsession is an Infinities title, then the death of Adi Gallia in TCW S5E01, Revival is not a continuity error any more.