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Petitioning 500 S Buena Vista St, Burbank, CA 91521 The Walt Disney Company and 1 other

Bring back Korriban as the Sith Homeworld!

For over 20 years 3 generations of people were raised up with ''Star Wars''. For many ''Star Wars'' has become more, than movie or cultural phenomena. It has touched countless number of people, and change their lives. ''Star Wars'' has become well established part of ''geek'' and pop cultre However the brand Star Wars transcended into other spheres of human lives, which examples we can find in works of such organizations as 501st Imperial Legion or Rebel Legion. Both Organizations support charity and many other noble ideas. 

The Lore of Star Wars universe is one of more consistant in Sci-Fi scene.  We find outrageous, that LucasFilm Ltd did not consult the latest changes to Star Wars Canon with the fan community! It is many millions of people, who are part it also create and influence  the Star Wars as we know today. Without loyal Fan base and kind of small cult. Star Wars wouldn't grow to that size. Therefore we demand, that Korriban shall remain the Sith Homeworld as it used to be established over the years. We also demand that changes made by latest episodes of the tv series Clone Wars, which change name of Sith Homeworld shall be reversed. 

 After the acquisition of Lucasflim Ltd by the Walt Disney company, we direct this petotion towards Disney, which is the owner of the Star Wars franchise. We believe that The Disney Company is the one who can reverse changes that caused this petition.


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  • 500 S Buena Vista St, Burbank, CA 91521
    The Walt Disney Company
  • P.O. Box 29901, San Francisco, CA 94129-0901

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