Re: Star Wars: How Did Yoda Know about the Rule of Two?
- G-Canon is "George Lucas canon" - namely, the movies themselves and anything else Lucas decides is canon.
- T-Canon is "Television canon" - The Clone Wars and its feature film, and supposedly Tartakovsky's Clone Wars microseries.
I believe the Tartakovsky series is C-canon. I do know that T-canon was a new term minted in relation to the CGI cartoon, due to George Lucas' involvement (and the series rewriting a number of canon issues from its first year on, usually at George's behest).
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