Curiously, since it’s not relevant, Wookiepedia never mentions a Planet of Origin for Caleb Dume

To supplement speculation that Caleb Dume didn’t find his Kyber crystal on Illum but on Jedha, the Jerusalem of the Force.

What if Caleb Dume’s birth planet was Jedha? What if he was born to Guardians, who deemed it a true honor that their son would not be a Guardian but a Jedi?

Or what if Caleb Dume was an infant Jedha orphan discovered by Jedi? 

What if in these scenarios, he had minor encounters with a Chirrut, a young Guardian-in-training who looked after the orphans and interacted frequently with the Guardians.  


Star Wars worlds : Ilum
The planet Ilum was situated in the Ilum system, a star system located in a region of the Unknown Regions known as the 7G sector. Ilum was an arctic world; that is, the entire planet was covered in ice and snow, and was therefore inhospitable to most species. Hidden beneath Ilum’s frigid surface is what came to be known as the Crystal Caves. Within the maze-like Crystal caves grew kyber crystals, which brought the Jedi Order to Ilum, so they could harvest the crystals in a rite of passage known as the Gathering, in which Jedi initiates harvested their crystals by attuning themselves to the Force. As such, Illum was a holy site for the Jedi Order for centuries.

@ohroses tagged me in 9 characters im most like.. which was hard tbh? there are a few characters i used to really relate to but dont anymore, which is probably a good thing. i thought about putting sabine instead of luke but im not really like sabine i just love sabine

tagging: @illumous @mooitstimdrake
@secretlystephaniebrown @cancel

I got myself a fitbit tonight and I decided to go to Round1 (typical) to play some DDR and give it a test run.  I ended up having one of the most interesting R1 experiences.  

First, they finally got in the new Pump It Up Prime 2 update so there were a ton of dance game players there, including some friends I hadn’t seen in a few months.  Between rounds of DDR one of my buddies and I ended up chatting about J-Pop and he went deep into Illum*nati conspiracies with Ayumi Hamasaki.  

Then, this cute couple that I had met and played DDR with once at Dave & Busters showed up.  It was the young woman’s birthday and she and her boyfriend went up to play a round.  After the first song her boyfriend feigned an injury only to get down on one knee and propose to her.  She said yes and we put on the song Happy Wedding for them.  She was obviously too excited to play anymore.  They and their friends went back over to the bar area but they came back and brought us all birthday cake.  It was so kind and generous of them.  

After having some cake, I figured I should start cooling down so I played a round of MÚSECA.  During my third song, there was a blackout.  Let me tell you, having an entire noisy arcade fall dead silent and pitch black when you’re in hyperfocus on a rhythm game is an unsettling experience.  

Finally, I played Brain Power on MÚSECA and Sound Voltex one last time since it’s being removed due to licensing issues.  

Oh, also I cleared a new 16 in DDR and a new 11 in IIDX.  

A medieval manuscript that was peed on by a cat

Scribe was forced to leave the rest of the page empty, drew a picture of a cat and cursed the creature with the following words:

“Hic non defectus est, sed cattus minxit desuper nocte quadam. Confundatur pessimus cattus qui minxit super librum istum in nocte Daventrie, et consimiliter omnes alii propter illum. Et cavendum valde ne permittantur libri aperti per noctem ubi cattie venire possunt.”

[Here is nothing missing, but a cat urinated on this during a certain night. Cursed be the pesty cat that urinated over this book during the night in Deventer and because of it many others [other cats] too. And beware well not to leave open books at night where cats can come.]

Cologne, Historisches Archiv, G.B. quarto, 249, fol. 68r