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non canon info Edit
non canon info is not used in the sidebar it is put elsewhere in an article so please do not add it back. Thanks. — Morder 16:50, 12 May 2009 (UTC)
- Non-canon technical information IS used here. You do know that the technical books aren't canon, yet they are used as a valid source? The information we have is as valid as any other. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by SuperSaiyaMan (talk • contribs).
- What makes the info that we were provided NOT a valid background resource? Especially given what the guys who MADE the movie said? – The preceding unsigned comment was added by SuperSaiyaMan (talk • contribs).
Because that's not what is defined as canon. Only information seen/heard on screen is canon. Anything else, like a technical manual, is a production resource that can be used for background information only. Please read canon policy for more information. — Morder 16:58, 12 May 2009 (UTC)
- We are going to be getting confirmation soon. The canon policy here isn't making any sense anyway, we don't get on-screen info anyway, but when other sources point out information, we can't use it? – The preceding unsigned comment was added by SuperSaiyaMan (talk • contribs).
- Ok, first off, if you want to debate the canon policy, there's a place for that. It's on the talk page related to it.
- Second off, where are we going to get this confirmation (in canon) soon?
- Third? If you want to get a block, keep doing what you're doing. -- sulfur 17:57, 25 May 2009 (UTC)