"Mm. Thank you.
"Right. So. In Galactic Basic, Azeric Common Tongue, or plain English, instead of the incomprehensible patois that I am reliably informed everyone seems to hear me speaking in when I make so much as the slightest reference to a piece of media. ...I blame the holonet. Corrupting today's youth, don'tcha know.
"I did mention the whole 'everything I know about your universe came out of a holodrama' thing, right? I'm pretty sure I did. ...Well it wasn't exactly all the one holodrama. There were a few big-budget films, and then some half a century of everyone and their brother writing tie-in material that got increasingly bullshit from a starting point of 'the movies blew up a planet', and then in the latter half of that chunk of time you get people coming out with well-written, interactive, media - video games, not that the etymology will make any sense, but -
"Huh, I just realized that Earth just about has the technology to do live simulation of the blaster deflection, training, remote, um, things. Not that we have any Force-sensitives who could make use of it, to the best of my knowledge, but the hardware's all there except for the repulsors, and I guess you could make do with a prop-driven drone if you were dead-set on having one to begin with instead of just doing it in software. Aaaaanyway I was actually saying something.
"Video games. Right. So we come to the 'I might know some future that's actually relevant on timescales you might live to see depending upon what year it is', bits. Because those video games are set some thousand-plus years before the movies and their absurdly huge spaceships from Kuat that just fucking irk me on a logistical level. Nobody needs a spaceship big enough to have a noticeable gravity from mass, I fucking swear. And I've mostly run into the games secondhand rather than playing them myself, but there's plenty of -
"Oh, this might help, do you know who's Grandmaster of the Jedi Order at the moment? I'm not sure that I'd be able to find out enough about the Sith to know who's what when, even with the people who obsessively curate the encyclopedia, but it probably won't hurt to try looking whatever you've got up, either.
"...If Bar's giving me Earthling rates, at least; I might have to put my back in, if I'm trying to get random Earthling media at the same rates as Ciara. She's native Azerosi, I am very much not, but there were...shenanigans afoot."
Has Bar given her a napkin? ...Let's just see if that's so, real quick.
(This spell is different from the sound-projection one, because Order/Chaos doesn't actually have good ways to identify things without first approaching them the long way and she's not going to read other people's napkins; she, in deference to the Sith who is probably not going to like the feeling of Oneness her usual Light-based summoning trick has a tendency to leak 'round the edges, uses Death Grip instead, despite the way it kind of wigs her out a bit to cast 'Death' spells even though really they're just...Stasis spells, in a way.
(...It's a modified Death Grip, because she learned this from Ciara Beraen, and not the teaching line of Gul'dan, Ner'zhul, and/or Arthas Menethil, but she knows this spell first and foremost from her Death Knight character and she thinks she could actually cast the big version from knowing the small one.
(It feels a lot like a different subset of the Dark Side, come to think of it. Where Order feels like willful command, Death is instead a determined fixation.)
She doesn't let reading the note stop her from rambling on about the bits that won't change, either.
"Um. Hm. Right, where was I. ...Attempting to figure out if I can figure out when you're from. Right. Right. Hm.
"Anyway if that works I can talk about some historical bullshit probably."