That does not say the Revan novel takes place two years after KotOR II. I want a quote for what you just claimed. The Council isn't even made up of her companions in the novel. Hence me saying you're cherrypicking.
The novel AP. You said TOR and the novel showed it to be wrong, despite the fact that in the novel and TOR, Surik did not completely reform the Jedi. Stop dodging. In the novel, Revan's son with Bastila is toddler and the Jedi are hardly "flourishing." This is why I said you are cherrypicking sources, just taking the parts that sound good and completely ignoring the parts of these sources that contradict each other.
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Except the actual plothole was created by the novel itself. The Order was wiped out, all Masters dead or arrested. But we get to the novel and it's as if the Dark wars never occurred. We never get a real timetable of when Meetra's part in the novel actually starts, but we know it's years after Revan is captured and jailed. The companions are stated multiple times in the game to be the new generation of Jedi.
Beyond that, we have Brianna becoming the Jedi historian, Mical becoming one of the heads of the High Council, Mira dying to save a colony. Them becoming the new Council along with others they welcomed out of hiding, is far from hard to believe when Traya's visions of their future are exceedingly malleable.
Within your furnace heart, you burn in your own flame. This is how it feels to be Anakin Skywalker.