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2-03-2010 @ 3:54PM
Agreed, Expanded universe media is for Flavour, side stories and perhaps expanding on minor mysteries/myths and legends of main story (J. R. R. Tolkien's work comes to mind as a good example of how to do expanded stuff - no-one actually needs to read the Silmarillion or Tales of Tom Bombadil to understand what's happening in the main story, but they provide some cool extras for those who bother.) Having some of the major players in the lore, and their impacts on the main product only in the extra novels is just plain bad storytelling.
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