Słuchaj Lordzie hełmuś, jesteś moderatorem i powinieneś świecić przykładem, a nie obrażać. Próbujesz być mądralą, ale na Realu, to cię nie widać, wnioski nasuwają się same. Masz do mnie uraz, od samego początku, ale to twój problem.
Nie odpowiedziałem, bo go lubię i nie chciałbym się z nim kłócić, gdyż nie ma racji. Ale ciebie wyprostować, to czysta przyjemność.
Jeśli chodzi o Ossus, to jest ubogą w treść wersją Wiki, na którą powoływał się Sky. Podał on link do Wiki odnośnie kanonu http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Canon
. Cóż tam jest napisane?
Wypowiedz Chrisa Cerasi:
"When it comes to absolute canon, the real story of Star Wars, you must turn to the films themselves—and only the films. Even novelizations are interpretations of the film, and while they are largely true to George Lucas` vision (he works quite closely with the novel authors), the method in which they are written does allow for some minor differences. The novelizations are written concurrently with the film`s production, so variations in detail do creep in from time to time. Nonetheless, they should be regarded as very accurate depictions of the fictional Star Wars movies.
Wypowiedz Sue Rostoni:
"Canon refers to an authoritative list of books that the Lucas Licensing editors consider an authentic part of the official Star Wars history. Our goal is to present a continuous and unified history of the Star Wars galaxy, insofar as that history does not conflict with, or undermine the meaning of Mr. Lucas`s Star Wars saga of films and screenplays."
Wypowiedz GL /September 1999 issue of SW Insider:
"Part of the job of the director is to sort of keep everything in line, and I can do that in the movies—but I can`t do it on the whole Star Wars universe."
W lipcu 2001 roku, Lucas wydał opinię w tej sprawie, co jest w kanonieStar Warsw wywiadzieCinescapeMagazyn:
"There are two worlds here," explained Lucas. "There`s my world, which is the movies, and there`s this other world that has been created, which I say is the parallel universe—the licensing world of the books, games and comic books. They don`t intrude on my world, which is a select period of time, [but] they do intrude in between the movies. I don`t get too involved in the parallel universe."
GL /August 2005 interview in Starlog magazine:
LUCAS: "I don`t read that stuff. I haven`t read any of the novels. I don`t know anything about that world. That`s a different world than my world. But I do try to keep it consistent. The way I do it now is they have a Star Wars Encyclopedia. So if I come up with a name or something else, I look it up and see if it has already been used. When I said [other people] could make their own Star Wars stories, we decided that, like Star Trek, we would have two universes: My universe and then this other one. They try to make their universe as consistent with mine as possible, but obviously they get enthusiastic and want to go off in other directions."
December 7, 2005 post on the starwars.com forums by Leland Chee, who maintains Lucas Licensing`s continuity database:
CHEE: "GL is certainly not bound by the EU, though he`s certainly open to using things created in it (Aayla Secura and the Coruscant name, for example). On the other hand, the quote you provide makes it sound like the EU is separate from George`s vision of the Star Wars universe. It is not. The EU must follow certain tenets set by George through the films and other guidelines that he provides outside of the films."
Wywiad GL podczas ShoWest 2008:
Lucas: "But there`s no story past Episode VI, there`s just no story. It`s a certain story about Anakin Skywalker and once Anakin Skywalker dies, that`s kind of the end of the story. There is no story about Luke Skywalker, I mean apart from the books. But there`s three worlds: There`s my world that I made up, there`s the licensing world that`s the books, the comics, all that kind of stuff, the games, which is their world, and then there`s the fans` world, which is also very rich in imagination, but they don`t always mesh. All I`m in charge of is my world. I can`t be in charge of those other people`s world, because I can`t keep up with it."
Wywiad GL dla Total Film magazine, maj 2008:
TOTAL FILM: "The Star Wars universe has expanded far beyond the movies. How much leeway do the game makers and novel writers have?"
LUCAS: "They have their own kind of world. There`s three pillars of Star Wars. I`ll probably get in trouble for this but it`s OK! There`s three pillars: the father, the son and the holy ghost. I`m the father, Howard Roffman [president of Lucas Licensing] is the son and the holy ghost is the fans, this kind of ethereal world of people coming up with all kinds of different ideas and histories.
Now these three different pillars don`t always match, but the movies and TV shows are all under my control and they are consistent within themselves. To ważne słowa!
Howard tries to be consistent but sometimes he goes off on tangents and it`s hard to hold him back. He once said to me that there are two Star Trek universes: there`s the TV show and then there`s all the spin-offs. He said that these were completely different and didn`t have anything to do with each other. So I said, "OK, go ahead." In the early days I told them that they couldn`t do anything about how Darth Vader was born, for obvious reasons, but otherwise I pretty much let them do whatever they wanted. They created this whole amazing universe that goes on for millions of years!"
TOTAL FILM: "Are you happy for new Star Wars tales to be told after you`re gone?"
LUCAS: "I`ve left pretty explicit instructions for there not to be any more features. There will definitely be no Episodes VII-IX. That`s because there isn`t any story. I mean, I never thought of anything. And now there have been novels about the events after Episode VI, which isn`t at all what I would have done with it. The Star Wars story is really the tragedy of Darth Vader. That is the story. Once Vader dies, he doesn`t come back to life, the Emperor doesn`t get cloned and Luke doesn`t get married..."
To ważna wypowiedz Lelanda Chee.
Leland Chee continues to answer questions about the Holocron in the Holocron continuity database questions thread at the starwars.com forums.
On August 4, 2004, when asked if the G and C-levels formed separate and independent canon, Leland Chee responded by stating that both were part of a single canon:
"There is one overall continuity."
In a December 7, 2005 post, Chee commented on how the Holocron is applied to licensees:
"The Holocron comes into play for anything official being developed for books, games, websites, and merchandise. For anything beyond that, it is simply a reference tool."
In a December 6, 2006 post, Chee contradicted his original statements regarding the canonicity of the Holocron and how it applied to the Star Wars universe:
"The only relevant official continuities are the current versions of the films alone, and the combined current version of the films along with whatever else we`ve got in the Holocron. You`re never going to know what George`s view of the universe beyond the films at any given time because it is constantly evolving."
On a post made on the same day, Mr. Chee stated that:
"Anything not in the current version of the films is irrelevant to Film only continuity."
This statement confirms the priority of the "current version of the films" over the original versions, as well as the existence of two separate continuities, the "film only" continuity maintained and followed by George Lucas himself, and the "film + EU" continuity that is used for licensed products
Subsequent questioning over which continuity was "more official" revealed that Mr. Chee favored film + EU continuity, but in the end it was up to the individual fan:
"You`re asking the Keeper of the Holocron, so of course I`m gonna be a bit biased ... The reality is that a huge number of people who have seen all 6 Star Wars films have never played a Star Wars game, visited a Star Wars website, watched a Star Wars television program, read a Star Wars publication, or purchased a Star Wars action figure or collectible. It would be great disservice to discount these people as fans."
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