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Talk:Operation KLONDIKE

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Peer ReviewEdit

Locis, I saw you put this article up for review and said it "isn't right". I looked at it earlier when it was first created and saw little wrong with it. I can see a grammar error, and maybe it should be stubbed, but I'm not sure what you are referring to. Could you please be more specific as to the problem(s) you see here? --Scaletail 18:23, 1 December 2008 (PST)

Aleksandr died fighting in the action before Nicholas left for the second exodus. I am being lazy. I'll fix. Locis 19:41, 1 December 2008 (PST)
What I remember from the Clan Founder trilogy(that is still missing its third book) is that Aleksandr Kerensky dies shortly after the rebellion started and Nicholas leads the remaining loyal troops of the Pentagon worlds into the Kerensky cluster to Strana Mechty that had at that time already a small colony. I think it was also mentioned that other worlds were already colonized in the Kerensky cluster, nothing big like on the Pentagon worlds just small basic colonies like Strana Mechty.
Question is is the clan founder trilogy an canon source?
I'm not sure if the books were ever published in English, maybe as some battlecorps release but I was never member there is maybe someone else could check this.--BigDuke66 01:26, 20 October 2009 (UTC)

Exodus Civil War vs. Operation KlondikeEdit

Question : Should these be treated as one and the same? It was my impression that the war went for several years, and ended WITH Op Klondike. But the Exodus Civil War does not have its own article yet. ClanWolverine101 07:21, 25 July 2010 (UTC)

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