But since we ain't [V], [V] ain't talkin' to us, and we wanna have canon, we make canon! They haven't said much about whether any of our stuff is "true", and I really don't see what makes them the authorities on places and things they didn't make up. I mean, yeah, it's all more or less based on what they did, but until we start making money off of it, or the whole thing magically becomes reality, that's like saying, for example, that Isaac Asimov owns every story ever written using his ideas of robots, or that the first guy to write a story based in Africa gets to say what can and can't be said about Africa. There's a lot of things here to play with, and since generally [V] doesn't give a rat's *** what we do, we're gonna have to be the ones to say what's what.
Did that make any sense at all? I kinda ranted, I know.