Mara Jade Skywalker was my favorite EU character

Jedigrandmaster Mara was probably mine too; although I did really like Thrawn, Pellaeon, and Talon Karrde, and then later on, I grew to be big fans of Jaina, Jagged Fel, and Vestara Khai. 1 year ago
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River_Rat I always liked Grand Admiral Thrawn. 1 year ago
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DyanneNova My favorites are Jaina Solo, Kyp Durron, and Corran Horn 1 year ago
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Splinter of the Mind's Eye in 1981

LizzyChrome commented on Akswtarwars Ted's photo 2 years ago

These figurine photos are the only ones that will show up on my computer.

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Oompa1987 replied to The first EU novel you read 2 years ago

Mine was either "Jedi Search" from the Jedi Academy Trilogy, or "The Mandalorian Armor." I honestly cannot remember which came first, though I admit I like Jedi Search a lot better.

So I am just curious How many of us are in this "Bring Back Legends/EU Rebellion" movement?

Rogue Leader Oompa1987

I don't think anyone in their right mind would think that Disney/Lucasfilm would just drop everything they have planned in order to go back to the old continuity of Legends.
That aside the Bring Back Legends movement wants the EU continued even if it is "Non-Canon", after all canon is irrelevant when it comes to enjoy-ability. There is no reason why the two universes can't exist together.
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Gallifreyan-Jedi Yes I definitely consider myself part of that movement. I for one was disheartened when Lucasfilm/Disney invalidated the entire classic EU. I am conflicted over this, and I would like the EU Legends to be recognized in some way. 2 years ago
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Jedigrandmaster I didn't know there was a a movement, but I'm all for it. After investing in thousands of hours reading EU material and hundreds of dollars in acquiring over 125 EU novels, to have it suddenly 'erased' as canon really hurts. 1 year ago
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Just found a very interesting site about the EU: www.starwarstimeline.net/History.htm

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a Guest this is so cool! in addition to sharing here, I'm posting this on my other social sites! ;7) 2 years ago
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Gallifreyan-Jedi Hey Silmerion, Thank you for that link. I think I have seen that site before, but none-the-less it is a very helpful site if you are into the classic EU that Lucasfilm/Disney has branded under “Legends” banner. May The Force Be With You! 2 years ago
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Gallifreyan-Jedi shared a video in The Expanded Universe group. 2 years ago

For my eighth documentarian style blog I am taking a short detour from my Star Wars and Doctor Who Mythology series, in order to revisit the controversy of Disney’s invalidation of the Star Wars: Expanded Universe (EU). I first start out by examining the latest developments with Disney’s current Star Wars projects, which include Star Wars: Rebels and Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. After giving my assessment on Rebels and Episode VII: TFA I go on to express my angst with finding out... Show more

Revisiting Disney’s Invalidation Of The Star...

For my eighth documentarian style blog I am taking a short detour from my Star Wars and Doctor Who Mythology series, in order to revisit the controversy of D...

Silmerion replied to The first EU novel you read 2 years ago

I think the great thing about the EU is indeed that authors felt free to create brand new stories and characters.

Skuldane replied to The first EU novel you read 2 years ago

I rather enjoyed "Scoundrels" quite a lot really. I thought the heist scenario was great! The extra characters were awesome too, very well written. I can see how it is different than standard SW stories though.