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Discrepancy between this page and Fox McCloud

So this page claims that Papetoon is Fox's home planet, which I believe is correct. Starlink has Fox state as much when he meets the rest of the team, although I know it's iffy treating Starlink as canon to the SF universe. I do believe that it's been stated in other media that he was born on Papetoon, though, since Command even included an ending with Fox returning there if I'm remembering correctly. However, his page states that Corneria is his home planet. I'm not sure if this was intentional to state that Corneria is his "new" home planet, or if it's just an error. Either way, this creates a discrepancy which should probably be rectified for consistency's sake. Maybe someone else has more definitive information?—Justin(Talk) 20:19, 11 March 2020 (UTC)

I wish I had a definitive answer, but my only real source of information is Star Fox 64. afaik, Corneria is where the Star Fox Team makes their base, or at least usually settles. I'm not sure if we should consider the Nintendo Power comic cannon anyway (same with Starlink), but even if not, I wonder where the Corneria information comes from. Fox's article makes no mention of the comic, so we're missing a number of information bits. Alex95 (talk) 21:00, 11 March 2020 (UTC)
Well I checked Command's endings to see if there was any mention of Fox coming from Papetoon and didn't find anything. They definitely go there, but Fox makes no mention of it being his home planet. At the very least, I think it may be worth adding that Corneria is his speculated home planet in the games, while Papetoon is his confirmed birthplace in non-canon media. This really opens up a whole can of worms about what exactly can be considered canon, but I think it's probably a suitable solution for now. Canon can always be discussed later.—Justin(Talk) 21:39, 11 March 2020 (UTC)