I find it laughable you tried to compare a physical dwelling to intellectual property. You're the one insinuating sinister plots and conspiracies, I've said no such thing. I've called them out for their unoriginality and lack of creativity. We'll see how the Mandolorian does - maybe we'll see more fresh ideas there since they don't really have to follow previous plot lines much or even mention the Force. I'm not taking anything personally and if you're "disturbed" by simple opinions, you can see yourself to the door. The site is full of disturbed folks according to your estimation of what the term connotes. Lighten up, bro. You can love Disney Star Wars all you want; if that's the case, keep enjoying what they put out.What I call a "conspiracy" is people like yourself thinking that everything Disney says and does is part of some sinister plot to...I don't even know what. In this case, you've randomly decided that they're "acting like no one will notice" that they've used an EU term. But they're not "acting" like anything. You've completely made that up in order to have one more thing to blame big bad Disney for.
You take this all FAR too seriously and personally. It's actually a little bit disturbing.
Also, as far as Disney ripping things off from the EU, that's actually not even possible. They OWN the EU. They can use whatever elements they want and they don't have to explain it to you, me, or anyone else. I realize they didn't come up with those stories but that doesn't make one bit of difference. If I built a house, lived in it for 20 years, then sold it, the new owners can do whatever they want with it. It's theirs now. Are they "acting like no one will notice" if they have a barbecue on the deck I built without announcing to their guests that they didn't build it?