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Ajunta Pall
Biographical information

6,895 BBY (spirit redeemed 3,956 BBY)

Physical description




Chronological and political information

Old Republic era

"So strong, we thought… so wrong…"
―Ajunta Pall

Ajunta Pall was the leader of the Dark Jedi that were exiled from the Republic following the Hundred Year Darkness. Upon his arriving on Korriban, he became the first Dark Lord of the Sith. His spirit was redeemed by the Jedi Knight Revan during the Jedi Civil War.



In life

Ajunta Pall, exiled on Ziost
"I am that which grips the heart in fright, harkens night and silences the light. It was written of my sword, long… Long ago."
―Ajunta Pall

Ajunta Pall was a disciple of the dark side who battled the Jedi Order during the century-long war known as the Hundred-Year Darkness. Like many prominent Dark Jedi of the time period, he was a master of the art of Sith Alchemy.[1] He slew more than a dozen Jedi during the final battle of the war, but he and his fellow Dark Jedi were defeated nonetheless. The Jedi stripped them of their weapons and exiled them from the Republic.

When, through luck or fate, the Exiles subsequently arrived on the remote planet Korriban, Ajunta Pall was their leader.[2] By the time of the arrival on Ziost, he had a lightsaber. Later his successors were either unable or unwilling to recreate lightsaber technology.[1]

He and his followers defeated and subjugated the native Sith species, and his new Sith subjects granted him the title of 'Jen'ari,' meaning 'Dark Lord' of the Sith.[3][4][1] The Exiles, under Ajunta Pall, founded the Sith Empire, and they paved the way for a Golden Age of the Sith.

After Death

"If... if I could return. Oh, my Master... it has been... so long... and I regret so much..."
―Ajunta Pall, after Revan convinced him to turn back to the Light
Ajunta Pall's spirit after his physical death

After his death, Ajunta Pall's spirit continued to haunt his tomb. Over the centuries, he began to question his actions as a Sith Lord and the downfall the Lords experienced at each others' hands.[4]

During the Jedi Civil War, Revan entered Ajunta Pall's tomb to retrieve the Sith Lord's sword so that he could gain prestige from the Sith academy, which ultimately led to his accessing a Star Map containing partial coordinates of the Star Forge. Ajunta Pall appeared as a spirit and told Revan of his actions as a Sith, with disappointment and shame, telling him of how the Jedi weren't what drove the Sith to destruction after the Hundred-Year Darkness, telling Revan that the Sith themselves battled each other and led their order close to death and how he felt nothing but remorse. Revan then took his blade and turned the Sith Lord back to the light side millennia after his death, allowing him to become one with the Force and experience peace at last. It is not known what eventually became of the blade.[5]

Ajunta also hinted at a secret source of Sith power. He was unable to reconcile conflicted images of whether Revan had discovered this source of power, or would soon do so. It is likely that he was referring to the Star Forge, though its connection with the ancient Sith is currently unknown. On the other hand, he may have been referring to the so-called True Sith, a largely unknown threat that Revan left known space in search of.[4]

Behind the scenes

A possible statue of Ajunta Pall.

Ajunta Pall's tomb is one of the side-quests available in the Korriban segment of the video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. In the game, he recognizes the player character's true identity. The main character can either help him become one with the Force (for "light-side points"), fight him and destroy his spirit (for "dark-side points"), or fail to take him to the light and let his spirit fade away.

In the game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Ajunta Pall's spirit appears as a generic human Dark Jedi with an energy shield activated to simulate transparency.

The statue of Ajunta Pall seen in his tomb is identical to one seen in the destroyed Jedi Enclave on Dantooine in Knights of the Old Republic II.

Originally, Pall's tomb was supposed to be that of Freedon Nadd, who actually had been buried on Dxun. The error was corrected with the introduction of Pall into the scenario; However, it is still present in a conversation option with Lashowe. Likewise, Pall is referred to as Nadd in the dialogue files and character *.utc file.


  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Appears as a ghost or a spirit)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Galaxies (Mentioned only)


Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force
  2.  The Sith in the Databank
  3. Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  5. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

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Up to date as of February 06, 2010

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Ajunta Pall
English: Ajunta Pall
Attribute: DARK Image:Dark.png
Types: Sith/Effect
Level: 3 Image:Star.pngImage:Star.pngImage:Star.png
ATK/DEF: 1250/1450
Card Lore: When this card is destroyed as a result of battle and sent to your Graveyard, you may select 1 Sith-type monster from your Deck and add it to your hand, but only if it's ATK is 1500 or less.
Sets with this Card: Way of the Sith - WOS - EN003 (C)
Card Limit: Unlimited
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Darth Nihilus - Darth Bane - Ajunta Pall - Aqualish Sith Under One - Darth Azard
Darth Krayt - Darth Malak - Darth Revan and Darth Malak - Darth Maladi
Karness Muur - Darth Revan - Dark Underlord
Carnor Jax - Atris vs Darth Sion - Atris vs Darth Nihilus - Darth Stryfe - Darth Hayze - Darth Wyyrlok III - Darth Sion - Darth Traya - Emperor Krayt - Naga Sadow - Darth Talon - Darth Nihl - Darth Rivan - Darth Cognus - Darth Millennial - Darth Vectivus - Marka Ragnos - Dark Lady of the Sith, Lumiya - Darth Caedus - Ludo Kressh - Freedon Nadd - Darth Plagueis - Darth Ruin - Exar Kun


Ravager - One Sith Order - Star Forge - Cast Out - Stryfe's Vengeance - Haazen - Helm of Dathka Graush - Power of the Dark Side - Krayt's Death - Wyyrlok's Illusions - Wrath of the Dragon - Duel for the Mantle - Darth Ruyn - Valley of the Dark Lords - Rise of the Sith - Spirit of Exar Kun - Naga Sadow's Lordship - Darth Kruhl - Darth Reave - Rule of Two - Darth Maleval - Thought Bomb - Carbonite Sith Army - Carbonite Sith Army Holocron - Trayus Academy - Trayus Core - Sith Academy of Korriban - Vindication - Nihilus' Death - Darth Bandon - Freedon Nadd Uprising - Tomb of Ajunta Pall - Tomb of Exar Kun - Tomb of Freedon Nadd - Tomb of Ludo Kressh - Tomb of Marka Ragnos - Tomb of Tulak Hord

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