Settle down people, jeeze. You know I'm being flip.
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Even though it was mentioned in the 80's along with Yoda's approximate age of 800 years, I first got it in writing when I bought the Complete Guide To The Star Wars Universe back in '95. Aside from that information, this being the internet age it floors me that people wouldn't just go to Wookiepedia to have a question like that answered. Let's get a game of Star Wars Trivial Pursuit going why don't we.Out of his ass
Where does that come from?
You're cursing. How cute. I'm curious. Where was Yoda's age ever in the movies? ESB? That was only a reference to how long he's trained Jedi.
Yeah, why the **** should we ask questions or communicate at all when we can just ****ing Google everything.
Shut this **** down, we've got Wookieepedia. Never mind that none of that **** is canon or has any bearing.
And Wookiee life span wasn't in the movies, Yoda's age was. There's a pretty big difference.
Talking down or giving someone back the **** given? I gave an answer to someone. Some on else questioned that answer. I responded to the call out. The original person took offense to that. And all because I wasn't around to answer Fozzie in a timely manner when he asked?
Obviously-- we always knew Vader was a Dark Lord of the Sith, but we never heard what the were, or even the word "Sith" until TPM.It's not a hard and fast to live by-- but at the same time, the source of so much of that information is lost to time. As a kid my knowledge came from Starlog Magazine interviews, novelizations, and the radio drama.A lot of times that general information-- like say, the fact that Owen was actually Obi-Wan's brother, gets over-rided by things in the films.Plus, as always, I abhor the fanboy that would talk down to a casual fan for the sheer gall of not having read everything Star wars published ever to make them feel stupid.