Background Pony #F406
I still think SW canon and lore is too vast to be put in a B&W frame.
DC, Dark Horse, and Marvel all are allowed to have different universes of stuff happening within their franchises a la a multiverse, so really, why not something like that for Star Wars as well someday? Why not? G: Universe G is the main one, with stuff including all the main films that George and other prominent people from Lucasfilm were involved in(Episodes 1-6), and TV shows such as TCW and Rebels(also done by people working at Lucasfilm for the main continuity) substantial number of the Disney Canon novels(such as the Thrawn and E.K. Johnson books)the Dark Horse Son of Dathomir and certain others, the newer Marvel comics, along with the Darth Plageuis novel, Darth Bane novel, the games KOTOR 1 and 2 and Rouge One and Solo anthology films. C: works in C level can(and usually do) belong to a parallel universe, but in other cases are in Universe G, albeit as big side-stories at best. Includes most pre-Disney EU books such as the Thrawn Trilogy, Jedi Search, New Jedi order series, most Dark Horse comics, Nelvana Droids and Ewoks cartoons, fate of the Jedi books, and the 2000s Kenobi novel. Also includes most of the video games that aren't KOTOR 1 and 2, such as the Pandemic Battlefront games, TIE FIGHTER, X-Wing, and such.
S: Secondary. Stuff like this is definitely in another universe: includes some of the novels(such as Crystal Star and Splinter of the Mind's Eye) the 1977-1996 novels, and the Dark forces and TFU video games.
D: Detours canon; a Universe further away from G. Includes Detours, the Disney Sequels and Resistance, and Forces of Destiny as well as most of the remaining old EU books and comics and both of the Ewok adventure TV specials.
N: Non-canon; works here are without a d oubt outside of the main continuity as well as not belonging in Universe S or the D Universes either. Includes The 1978 Holiday special, 2003 Clone Wars TV mini-series and adjacent comics, the Skippy the droid comic mini-series, and the Dark Horse comic that had Obi Wan fight a cyborg Darth Maul.