What is #StarWars Canon, Now?

Stargate needs to be in Star Wars?

You know, when you see roleplays (RPs) by less than serious Star Wars fans that godmod and attempt to add elements from different Universes? They are a multi-verse RPer, which is okay if you want to do that, but then these same di’kuts attempt to dominate the entire landscape of RP on the social media platform, which makes integrity to Star Wars content lax? Don’t you hate those kind of newbies?

Then you try to “argue” with them about not adding elements from other movies or verses that cannot be justified in the current Star Wars verses and they throw up in your face about the recent developments by Lucasfilm and what they did with the Star Wars Expanded Universe canon.  How do you argue that?

 

You don’t argue canon vs non-canon. You don’t argue element additions from different verses. What you do is use business like I taught you on The Cost of Star Wars Fandom Facebook page.

Your primary allegiance should be to Star Wars and the Force – if you call yourself a legitimate Star Wars fansite. If you are a multi-verse fansite, your application to RP and all performances and business attributes are different.

Most good writers KNOW the difference and they know when they add new and creative attributes to the Star Wars story it is based on their creative writing training and reading – A LOT OF MATERIAL, including the Star Wars Expanded Universe (SWEU). Since eliminating the SWEU was purely a business decision – and it was – the conversation about Star Wars story arcs and scripts has to be from a BUSINESS perspective.

The movie, Stargate was created in 1994 by Metro-Golden-Meyer and Carolco. The creators were Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin. It amassed $200 million over time, worldwide. In May 29, 2014 Warner Bros and MGM announced they will re-boot the movie with the same creators.

We all know about Star Wars and how it was done — you should if you call yourself a Star Wars fan running a Star Wars fansite. If not, if you suggest an element from another verse, it  is COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT!

The story element of a Stargate makes little sense in Star Wars. Why would a Stargate be needed for wormhole travel? Why not a ship like Star Trek using a natural anomaly?  OR IF YOU READ A STAR WARS BOOK: Wormhole or Time Travel THROUGH THE FORCE DID NOT REQUIRE A SHIP!  But you wouldn’t know that since you failed to read the SWEU! Because if you DID, you would say idiotic stuff about a Stargate.

What Star Wars character created a wormhole in space? Hmm? Guess you wouldn’t know that either.

Not to mention stealing Warner Bros and MGM’s intellectual property trumping any creative enterprise of Disney Lucasfilm. Good going for the home team, traitor!

#TEAMSTARWARSFTW

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