ooookaaay . . . . Edit

obviously there are some issues with this page .. . first off, they arent ever reffered to as "brodo asogian" that is just the planet the star wars version of the species is from, also due to metafictional problems the star wars and ET universe cannot be the same universe. . . this page needs an overhaul to reflect the dual universal aspect of the species . . . and I dont have enough brainpower for this stuff right now :( ralok (talk) 14:30, June 20, 2013 (UTC)

I think the name originally comes from the novel of E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial. They give them several names in that book. The page WAS originally named Children of the Green Planet, however. I'm guessing someone decided that name given to them was the best of the bunch or something. I'm fairly certain it wasn't me, though it's been a few years... but I am pretty sure there was another name that started with a V that I preferred to call it. The E.T. movie is retroactively a part of the Star Wars universe, however it is also part of its own universe -- but since E.T. is the only alien to appear in the only movie in that universe, it really doesn't have its own "____ Universe" category, which makes it look like it belongs in only the Star Wars one. Multiple Universes category could work for them, too. An alien page ought to have a category for every universe it appears in; for instance, Xenomorphs really ought to be listed in the Star Wars Universe (due to, I think it was, the RPG having them in it) and Zerg maybe in the Warcraft Universe (from appearing in Warcraft III and World of Warcraft...though I wish they would have done my suggestion to have the Zerg invade Azeroth during the release week for StarCraft II; the devs liked the idea but never added it I guess). — Somarinoa (talk) 00:39, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
No officially licensed materials for star wars had xenomorphs in them. That was some fanon that slipped through the cracks and made its way into some magazines. I think that we should go with "children of the green planet" since this is primarily an ET material, "Brodo Asogia" is just the planet this particular species comes from in the star wars universe . . . really though that was just an easter egg. Try to think of it this way, humans appear in both the ET universe and the Star Wars universe . . . so does the ET species, and the Kzinti appear in multiple seperate universes as well. ralok (talk) 01:10, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
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