I apologize in advance for the chaotic text, but the discussion itself was quite chaotic and English is not my native language. I'm also a fan of both canon and legend works and I would be happy if we would gain both of them relasing, so its not discusion about which one is better. So, getting to the merits: Recently I got into an argue with someone about continuing legends. My argument was that books have always been a niche and that there are enough legends fans out there to want to see Sword of Jedi, for example, and that we recently had Ronin and Visions that weren't canon. His argument was that this niche is too small to made it profitable, and that for most people the canon is important, and a sequel to legends, even with a yellow banner, would confuse most casuals. That there is a greater chance that the casual new reader will be more interested in the canon. And as an example, he gives Marvel comics, which are read by a handful of movie viewers, but there were often redesigns of characters, their stories and characters to make them as close as possible to their film counterparts, just so that casula would buy them from time to time, something he was not a fan because it would hurt the stories (vide that unfortunate Civil War 2 that was made only that the movie was coming out). Also that sequel trilogy when it was getting more divided with each film, and the trilogy itself eventually not only fell apart, but also had an impact on the image of the entire universe, because after all, films are a big wave, and if it fails, it's harder for others to move on, Andor example was a great show, but it was a lot quieter than it would have been if the movies had been more successful. I'm also a fan of both canon and legend works and I would be happy if we would gain both of them relasing. What you think about it?