Discussion in 'Classic Trilogy' started by Greedoliveson, Nov 12, 2012.
I take Wookieepedia to be canon. You don't?
It's an encyclopaedia that can be altered by anybody. It features articles on many topics, both canon and non-canon. Given what I've seen from both the Rugess Nome page and the Tenebrous Way page, it can be safely assumed that Tenebrous BELIEVED he had entered his apprentice's body, only to be greeted with a never-ending loop of witnessing his own downfall and understanding his own death.
The fact of the matter is that you have never read Darth Plagueis. You claimed you had. Why don't we address that for a second?
It's obvious you have not read the short story attached to the novel - the Tenebrous way.
To cut a long story short. He was not successful. He is still spiritually attached to the cave which CANNOT BE FOUND.
Can they find the cave that cannot be found in the next film?
they can if they wish to rip it out of the EU.
Sure, but they'd need to rename it to 'the cave that could be found, after all'. Or maybe 'the cave which, when appearing to get unfindable, suddenly felt the icy grip of discovery'.
Star Wars VII: The Cave of Deceit.
Besides, Sidious is one of the most powerful sith to ever live, it would make sense that his lightning was so powerful.
Wookieepedia isn't canon. It provides information about canon things but it itself is not canon, as it is in no way affiliated with or commissioned by Lucasfilm. If I write a fan-sourced reference guide saying that Ewoks live on Endor, I am presenting canon in my book but the book itself is not canon.
i vote for this title
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