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Arca Jeth
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3,997 BBY, Deneba[2]

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Old Republic era[1]

Known apprentices
"Age is indeed a curious thing. As I grow older I see less clearly in the dark, but I see the dark more clearly."
―Arca Jeth — (audio)Listen (file info)

Arca Jeth was an Arkanian male with Sephi blood who served the Galactic Republic as a Jedi Master and Watchman of the Onderon star system on behalf of the Jedi Order. He trained Barrison and Krynda Draay, Haazen, Ulic Qel-Droma, his brother Cay Qel-Droma, and the Twi'lek Tott Doneeta in the ways of the Force, and was revered as one of the wisest Jedi of the Old Republic era. He was also one of the first known Jedi to display the ability of battle meditation.

In 4,050 BBY Master Jeth was part of a Jedi/Republic task force which was sent to the Hapes Cluster to eliminate the threat of the Lorell Raiders, who had been preying on Republic shipping lanes for decades. Following the defeat of the Raiders, Jeth took part in the Hyabb-Twith Campaign and helped drive the Nelori Marauders from the Hyabb-Twith Corridor. He served the Galactic Republic on Coruscant during the Great Droid Revolution of 4,015 BBY in which he demonstrated the Force technique that allowed the Jedi to deactivate the attacking droids using the Force. He would later mediate the Beast Wars on Onderon, and help drive the dark side spirit of Freedon Nadd from the planet. After helping Onderon to obtain peace, Arca was slain at the Conclave on Deneba by a Krath war droid. In the arms of his most gifted student, Ulic Qel-Droma, Arca Jeth became one with the Force.




Trouble in Hapes

One of the earliest known missions of Arca Jeth's involved the Lorell Raiders who were a group of pirates that colonized the Hapes Cluster some time before 4,000 BBY.[7] The Raiders eventually learned a number of safe routes through the Transitory Mists from which they could attack Republic shipping lanes, and in which they could also hide during lulls in their pirate raids. In the year 4,050 BBY a large number of the raiders were killed when they were caught outside of the Mists by a Republic task force led by Arca. The losses inflicted on the Lorell Raiders by Arca Jeth and the Republic forces spelled their end; the women of the Hapes Cluster, who were now freed from the servitude of the Raiders, instituted a female dominated society and placed all power in a single monarch, the Queen Mother.[8]

Rise of the Nelori Marauders

"I assure you, I can sense it. And actually, I'm surprised that you cannot."
―Arca Jeth, while fighting the Nelori Marauders
A younger-looking Arca Jeth.

Arca Jeth first earned his reputation as an expert lightsaber master during the Hyabb-Twith Campaign, which constituted a series of skirmishes between the Jedi Knights and the Nelori Marauders of the planet Dachat. The confrontations took place along a disputed hyperspace route known as the Hyabb-Twith Corridor, which was an area that had seen constant conflict for centuries. With the Nelori Marauders striking from their base in the safety of the Hyabb-Twith Corridor, Republic shipping lanes in that area were no longer safe. The Marauders grew bolder with every successful attack, and began striking Republic member worlds deeper and deeper into the Core. Jeth, along with a number of other Jedi, began to take notice of the Nelori Marauders' aggressive activities, and as the number of dead Republic citizens began to climb, the Jedi called a meeting at the library world of Ossus. The Jedi decided that it was time to stop the aggression of the Marauders, and thus dispatched a task force to deal with the problem.[1]

Immediately, two-dozen Jedi were sent from Ossus and they managed to encounter, and pursue, several Nelori starships back through the Hyabb-Twith Corridor. The Jedi tracked the Nelori back to their main base on the planet Voon, and coordinated an attack on the headquarters. The Jedi managed to severely damage a large majority of the Marauders base, and kill most of the Marauders stationed there. However, the besieged Nelori managed to send out a distress call to other Marauder bases in the vicinity, and before long reinforcements arrived and launched a vicious counter-assault against the Jedi. Of the original twenty-four Jedi dispatched to the Hyabb-Twith Corridor, only five managed to survive the counter-attack and call for their own reinforcements.[1]

Within the next forty-eight hours a further thirty Jedi, including Arca Jeth, arrived in the Hyabb-Twith Corridor to join the remaining Jedi already there. Since the initial attack, the Marauders had gathered their remaining forces from throughout the Corridor and established a stronghold on Voon. Together, the Jedi launched an all-out attack against the gathered might of the Nelori Marauders.[1]

However, upon arriving at the Nelori stronghold the Jedi stormed in and began searching—only to find it deserted. There were no Marauders, no shared living spaces, no half-eaten plates of food—nothing. The Jedi wondered among themselves where the enemy was and how they could have escaped the planet without the Jedi knowing. At that moment, however, Arca Jeth gained a moment of insight into the situation. He stretched out his Force awareness and felt below the Nelori stronghold, deep into the subterranean caverns that pocketed Voon's crust. There, Arca felt—something—a mass of life that was so tangled and entwined that he realized that he had never felt anything like it in the Force before. Arca warned his fellow Jedi and together they cautiously began moving downward, below Voon's surface.[1]

The Jedi followed Arca down through the stronghold and into its lower-levels, eventually coming to a crudely cut, sloped corridor which led to a cavernous antechamber. Arca led the other Jedi warily down through the passageway and into the awaiting chamber. Once there, Arca again reached out with the Force and sensed a dark coldness permeating the Jedi's surroundings. Suddenly, the antechamber exploded into a hailstorm of blaster fire as more than two hundred Nelori Marauders attacked the enclosed Jedi, killing four immediately. Arca responded instantly and leaped forward to stem the onrush of the Nelori; the other Jedi were not far behind him, and together they formed a defensive perimeter around their fallen comrades. The Nelori Marauders attacked the Jedi perimeter with such ferocity that the Jedi's numbers slowly dwindled. Meanwhile, Arca began to realize that his own attacks were becoming more and more fierce; he noticed that he was relying on his own emotions instead of the Force to counter the enemies attack. Arca continued to counter the Nelori's attacks, but he changed his focus, instead concentrating on an image of victory and giving it over to the Force. What followed was an unexpected change of events, with the tide of the battle soon changing; the remaining Jedi felt a strengthening surge, while the Marauders were suddenly in a state of upheaval. The Jedi Knights managed to quickly end the fight and force the remaining Nelori to retreat, thus erasing their threat from the Hyabb-Twith Corridor and ultimately the Core.[1]

The gathering shadows

Main article: Old Sith Wars
Arca using Droid Disable.

Revolt on Coruscant

"…a gentle tug of the Force can short-circuit their internal mechanisms!"
―Arca Jeth

The year 4,015 BBY witnessed an event on Coruscant that brought Arca Jeth to the forefront of the planets attention: the Great Droid Revolution.[9] The revolution began with the assassin droid HK-01, which was a prototype for a new Hunter-Killer series of droids planned for production by the Czerka Corporation. For several weeks HK-01 led the droids of Coruscant in a violent uprising against their sentient masters.[10]

Ironically, the Republic's greatest challenge during the revolt was while fighting their own security droids and Juggernaut war droids—a fight which required the Jedi Order's greatest Masters to destroy the threats. It was during the Jedi's intervention that Master Arca demonstrated his mastery of the Force technique Droid Disable. With this power, Arca tore through the ranks of the rebelling droids, essentially ending the majority of the droid crisis on Coruscant.[9] The threat eventually came to an end when the Jedi destroyed the leader of the droid rebellion, HK-01.[10]

Return to Arkania

"Well done…but keep your thoughts with the Force Ulic!"
―Arca Jeth while training Ulic Qel-Droma on Arkania.

During this time the Masters of the Jedi Order feared the return of the Dark Lords of the Sith, and sent out Jedi to various sites throughout the galaxy that were once focal points for the dark side—Arca Jeth was sent to his homeworld of Arkania, which was once an ancient Sith repository of knowledge.[1]

Jeth before his disfigurement.

Upon arriving on his homeworld, Arca established a Jedi praxeum in the wilderness, far from the diamond mines that now pocketed the planet. There he trained many apprentices, sometimes up to as many as twenty students at a time.[11] Arca trained his apprentices in the arts of meditating, lightsaber combat against ancient droids, and the lightning strikes of the Arkanian dragon.[12] During this time, Arca and other Jedi Masters gathered within his praxeum to bestow upon two trainees the rank of Jedi Knight: Barrison Draay and Krynda Hulis, daughter of the Jedi Master Noab Hulis. However, during the knighting ceremony Arca was approached by another young trainee whom the gathered Masters had decided not to promote. This learner, known as Haazen, was friends with both Barrison and Krynda and had trained beside them in preparation for one day being promoted. Nevertheless, Arca and the other Masters decided that Haazen had failed as a Jedi. In his anger at what he saw as disrespect towards him, Haazen chose to argue with Arca in front of the others. Believing that his decision was the right one, Arca steadfastly told Haazen that he would not receive the title of Jedi Knight. Haazen would eventually allow his anger to lead him to fall to the dark side of the Force.[5]

While his students trained, Arca continued surveying the planet and searching for any presence, no matter how small, of the dark side.[13] In the years prior to the Great Sith War, Arca took three apprentices to train—the brothers Ulic and Cay Qel-Droma, and the Twi'lek Tott Doneeta, all of whom would go on to play key parts in various aspects of galactic affairs.[14]

Master Jeth was also caught in a fire during this time, leaving him heavily scarred. While many of his injuries were healed and deformities repaired by doctors under the employ of The Adasca BioMechanical Corporation of Arkania, Jeth's pointed ears—a trait prominent among those of Sephi heritage—were not restored. Because he was regarded as a Jedi champion among the Arkanian people, Adascorp sought to mute any trace of Jeth's hybrid lineage by cosmetically reconstructing his appearance to be more in line with individuals of pure Arkanian blood.[3]

Watchman of Onderon

"In keeping with our pledge to the Republic, the Jedi Masters assign one of their number to become the Watchman of each new system…today I've accepted charge of the Onderon worlds."
―Arca Jeth
Arca Jeth at the time of the Beast Wars.

In the years following the Great Droid Revolution, Arca Jeth continued to serve the Jedi Order and the Republic. He was eventually charged with the responsibility of being the Watchman of the Onderon system, a system which had recently joined the Republic. Onderon's populace was divided into two separate and very distinct societies: the monarchy of Queen Amanoa which was situated within Onderon's fortress city of Iziz; and outside of the city were the outcasts of Iziz, known as the Beast Riders, who had learned to survive in the planet's wilderness. Now that Onderon was a member state of the Republic, it was up to the Jedi, and more specifically Master Arca Jeth, to help settle the ongoing dispute which had lasted for centuries.[15]

However, after Arca had explained the history of the conflict on Onderon to his three current apprentices, Tott Doneeta, and Ulic and Cay Qel-Droma, he told them that he was not going to Onderon to oversee the dispute. Instead, he was sending the three of them to help end the ongoing conflict between the two societies.[16]

The three apprentices arrived at the walled city of Iziz, and quickly found themselves embroiled in the conflict between the forces of Queen Amanoa and the Beast Riders. The situation on Onderon soon deteriorated under the guidance of Ulic Qel-Droma, with the conflict growing into a full-scale war. Arca Jeth, upholding his responsibilities as Watchman, arrived on Onderon in his personal ship, the SunGem. Once there he used his battle meditation to influence the tide of the battle, effectively ending the conflict once and for all.[17] Arca managed to unravel the mystery of Onderon's troubles; the spirit of Freedon Nadd, a long-dead Dark Lord of the Sith, was discovered to have been influencing Queen Amanoa as well as her ancestors for hundreds of years. The sarcophagus of Freedon Nadd was buried underneath the royal palace of Iziz, and it was there that Arca faced the Sith Lord's spirit and forced it to abandon its hold over Amanoa, thus breaking Nadd's control over Onderon's rulers.[15]

The Naddist Revolt

"The dark side of the Force…the city is still permeated with it…"
―Arca Jeth
Arca Jeth facing the spirit of Freedon Nadd.

Even though Arca had managed to break Freedon Nadd's hold over Queen Amanoa, Nadd's remains were still causing a dark shadow to imbue the city. To quell this feeling, Arca and his apprentices planned to transport the sarcophagus of the Sith Lord away from Onderon to its primary moon Dxun, where an enormous tomb would hold the remains.[18]

During a procession for the remains of Nadd and Amanoa, a Dark Jedi by the name of Warb Null led a Naddist attack against Jeth and the other Jedi. While Cay Qel-Droma and Oss Wilum defended against Null, Arca was suddenly attacked by an invisible dark force, which effectively neutralized him. The Naddists managed to steal the sarcophagi of Freedon Nadd and Queen Amanoa in the midst of the commotion, and then retreated back to their underground dwellings.[19]

After Warb Null and his forces retreated from the skirmish, Ulic and the other Jedi rushed to Arca Jeth`s aid. The attack, mixed with the dark side strike, proved what the Arkanian Jedi had thought all along; that Sith magic was still active on Onderon. Upon hearing this, Queen Galia told Master Arca about her father, King Ommin, who she said knew of the dark side even more then her late mother, Amanoa, had. Galia led Arca and Ulic Qel-Droma to where her father, a seemingly decrepit and sickly old man, was being cared for. However, when they arrived, Ommin revealed that he was not as helpless as he seemed; while the spirit of Freedon Nadd appeared, Ommin lashed out at Master Arca and disabled him with a surge of dark side energy. Galia, who was surprised and horrified at her father's transformation, stayed with Ulic while he tried to fight his way through Ommin's guards to rescue his fallen Master. Warb Null appeared at that moment to delay Ulic while Ommin escaped with the unconscious body of Arca Jeth. Ulic managed to defeat Null, killing him the process, but was unable to reach Arca in time to rescue him.[20]

With the capture of Arca Jeth, Ommin planned to torture Arca to the brink of death, where Ommin believed that Arca would be forced to call upon the dark side of the Force to save himself. At that point, Ommin planned to destroy Master Arca's body and raise the fallen Jedi as a dark side spirit. To this end, Freedon Nadd assisted Ommin in tormenting Arca Jeth.[15]

Meanwhile, Ulic sent a request to Ossus for further Jedi support in helping to rescue Master Arca and to the Republic Senate to help defeat Ommin.[21] A strike team was sent which included Nomi Sunrider, Dace Diath, Shoaneb Culu, Kith Kark, and Qrrrl Toq.[22] The Jedi reinforcements arrived on Onderon and immediately fought their way to where Ulic and his remaining Jedi were. Together, they stormed the stronghold where Arca Jeth was being held and managed to fight through Ommin's guards. The combined might of the Jedi forced Freedon Nadd to withdraw his spirit's support from Ommin, and Ulic was able to charge forward and kill the old man and rescue Arca.[23]

Following the defeat of King Ommin during the final battle, Arca Jeth supervised the internment of Freedon Nadd's remains in a tomb on Dxun.[24] He also recorded the events of and surrounding the Freedon Nadd Uprising within the recesses of the Great Jedi holocron.[25]

Conclave of Deneba

"Vodo's in great torment these days…one of his students left him to seek forbidden knowledge. No good will come of it, I'm sure."
―Arca Jeth speaking to Master Thon in regards to Exar Kun (Audio adaptation )
Arca Jeth becomes one with the Force.

In the wake of the Freedon Nadd Uprising, a pair of aristocrats from the Empress Teta system seized power in a bloody coup and named themselves the Krath, after a fearsome childhood legend. These two usurpers were Satal Keto and his cousin Aleema, and both were proficient in the use of Sith sorcery taught to them by the late King Ommin of Onderon[26] and the spirit of Freedon Nadd.[27]

Due to his firsthand experiences fighting the Sith, Master Arca was the Jedi Order's choice to lead an attack against the Krath. Having received his assignment, Arca traveled back to Onderon to inform Ulic and the other Jedi of the new developments. After dispatching the young Jedi on several different tasks, Master Arca traveled back to Deneba to address the Jedi assembly there. During the assembly, Ulic proposed his plan to defeat the Krath by infiltrating their society and operating from within. Arca, along with the unanimous support of the gathered Jedi, strongly opposed the plan and the dangers that it posed.[28] However, before he could speak, the Krath launched an army of war droids against the assembly. The Jedi fought bravely, pushing back the droids, and Master Arca once again demonstrated his mastery of Droid Disable against the invading horde.[29]

The Jedi defended each other furiously, but the battle had a tragic end—Master Arca was struck down by a Krath war droid even as he saved Ulic Qel-Droma's life and died in the arms of his student.[30]


Fallen students

Ulic: "Cold…cold…my heart is like the ice around me. Why won't it just stop beating?"
Arca: "Because you must live Ulic Qel-Droma…"
Ulic: "Master Arca! Are you real, or are you just another ghost…like all the others?"
Arca: "There are no simple answers, my son. Life is not simple. But still, you must live…or are you too much a coward for life?"
―The ghost of Arca Jeth confronts the depressed and defeated Ulic Qel-Droma.
Arca Jeth appears in a vision to Ulic Qel-Droma.

Arca Jeth was considered a hero by his Arkanian people, to such a degree that a university on Arkania was renamed in his honor.[3] He also created his own holocron at some point in his career as a Jedi which eventually became buried on Arkania. It would later be rediscovered and given to the Jedi Master Tionne on behalf of the New Jedi Order.[31]

Following Master Arca's death on Deneba, Ulic Qel-Droma was overcome with grief and blamed himself for the death of his master. As a result, Ulic went ahead with his plan to infiltrate the Krath believing that his desire to avenge Arca's death justified the action—Ulic would eventually fulfill his destiny of becoming a Dark Lord of the Sith.[15] Qel-Droma was subsequently defeated and stripped of his ability to use the Force: Ulic had led a titanic war against the Republic; become a Dark Lord of the Sith; and eventually killed his own brother, Cay Qel-Droma.[32]

These incidents, combined with Nomi Sunrider's stripping him of the Force, led Ulic into a self-imposed exile on the tundra planet of Rhen Var. While there, Ulic entered a state of depression where he constantly reflected on the life he lived, the love he lost, and the mistakes he had made. It was during one of these moments of reflection that he began to contemplate his own death and he wandered out into the snowy wastes of Rhen Var. It was then that he experienced a vision of his long-dead master, Arca Jeth. Ulic argued with Arca about what he had left to live for since he could no longer feel the Force. Arca, after asking if Ulic was a coward, reminded Ulic that he was still in possession of what he had always had—his inner strength, and natural lightsaber skill. Upon hearing this Ulic reflected on the fact that he owed Master Arca so much, and for that Ulic vowed he would live.[33]

Another of Arca's apprentices would also fall to the dark side of the Force: the failed Padawan Haazen. Using a secret Jedi Covenant to create a rift in the Jedi Order, Haazen would amass a trove of deadly Sith artifacts in a plot to elevate his own power over not only the Jedi, but the Republic as well.[34]


"Soon, there were a lot of kids—all physically talented at a young age. All related, in a sense, to Arca Jeth"
―Rolhan Dyre
Some "descendants" of Arca Jeth.

In addition to the spiritual legacy personified by Qel-Droma, Haazen, and all his other apprentices trained over the years, Master Jeth left a genetic legacy that the galaxy discovered only during the Mandalorian Wars. Indeed shortly after the Great Sith War, Antos Wyrick, a Zeltron scientist who had obtained a sample of Arca Jeth DNA, began experiments on fetuses in trying to mix the cells of the Jedi Master with those of these children. What he finally managed to accomplish with the support of the Mandalorians who hoped to create Mandalorian Knights and take their revenge on the Jedi Order. Among these "descendants" of Arca Jeth was the Arkanian Offshoot Jarael, and the white-haired Zeltron Chantique.[3]

Personality and traits

"The enemy has found me, Ulic, but the enemy knows only darkness. I know what the enemy does not…I know the light."
―Arca Jeth's final words

Arca Jeth was known as one of the wisest and most insightful of the Jedi Masters of the Old Republic.[35] During the Freedon Nadd uprising, he demonstrated his wisdom in helping end the conflict. Likewise, during the Conclave of Deneba Arca Jeth showed his wisdom by speaking out against Ulic Qel-Droma's mission proposal which would bring him awfully close to the dark side. Ulic, however, did not heed his master's wisdom and eventually fell to the dark side, becoming a Sith Lord.[15]

He was called upon by the Jedi Order for his mediating abilities and his ability to resolve conflicts without force. However, when the situation required it, it was then that Arca would wield his lightsaber.[1]

Powers and abilities

"Ah, Jedi battle meditation. Thon is good at that. Arca was even better. Arca could raise the will of a defeated army and make them victorious."
―Odan Urr

Arca was an expert swordsman who earned his legendary status while fighting in the Hyabb-Twith Campaign. It was also during this campaign that Arca first used the Force power of battle meditation; although he was not the first of the Jedi to use it, he was but one of a handful of Jedi to ever truly master the ability. With his use of battle meditation, Arca Jeth was able to influence the outcome of several conflicts, mainly that of the Hyabb-Twith Campaign and the Beast Wars of Onderon.[1]

Master Arca was also known to have had an incredibly strong connection with the light side of the Force. Like most users who touched the light, Arca drew heavily upon it for its calming characteristics and used its calming abilities on creatures, people, and also with his battle meditation.[36]

Behind the scenes

Interestingly, Arca's surname was never mentioned in the Tales of the Jedi comic-book series, and was only provided the last name of Jeth with the release of the Tales of the Jedi Companion from West End Games.

On page nineteen of the Tales of the Jedi Companion it is stated that "two dozen Jedi warriors" were initially dispatched to deal with the Nelori threat. However, at the end of the same paragraph it is written that "Only five of the twelve Jedi survived the encounter". It should have stated that only five of the original twenty-four Jedi managed to survive.

In the comic issue Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 33: Vindication, Part 2 Arca Jeth's first name is incorrectly spelled as "Arka" in one caption. The misspelling is present in the Vindication trade paper back as well.


  • Tales of the Jedi: Knights of the Old Republic (First appearance)
  • Tales of the Jedi audio drama
  • Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising
  • Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith
  • Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith audio drama
  • Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War (Mentioned only)
  • Tales of the Jedi: Redemption (Appears as a ghost or a spirit)
  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 17: Nights of Anger, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
  • Adascorp Fiscal Period Financial Report and Outlook: Field Report: Project Black Harvest (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 33: Vindication, Part 2 (Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 48: Demon, Part 2 (Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords (Mentioned only)
  • Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Rebellion (Mentioned only)
  • Empire's End (Mentioned only)
  • Empire's End audio drama (Mentioned only)


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Notes and references

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 Tales of the Jedi Companion
  2. Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith 3: Descent to the Dark Side
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 48: Demon, Part 2
  4. 4.0 4.1 Tales of the Jedi 1: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon, Part 1
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 33: Vindication, Part 2
  6. Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith (audio)
  7. The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons, pg. 94-95
  8. The New Essential Chronology, pg. 25
  9. 9.0 9.1 The New Essential Guide to Droids, pg. XV
  10. 10.0 10.1 The New Essential Chronology, pg. 13
  11. Star Wars Encyclopedia
  12. The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons, pg. 27
  13. Tales of the Jedi Companion, pg. 131
  14. The Dark Side Sourcebook, pg. 75
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 Power of the Jedi Sourcebook, pg 100
  16. Tales of the Jedi 1: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon, Part 1, pg. 12
  17. Tales of the Jedi 2: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon, Part 2, pg. 24-25
  18. The Essential Chronology, pg. 10
  19. Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising 1, pg. 9
  20. Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising 1, pg. 10-14
  21. Tales of the Jedi (audio)
  22. Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising 1, pg. 20
  23. Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising 2: Initiates of the Sith, pg. 24-25
  24. The Essential Chronology, pg. 11
  25. Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force, page 17
  26. The New Essential Chronology, pg. 15
  27. Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith (audio)
  28. Power of the Jedi Sourcebook, pg. 103
  29. Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith 3: Descent to the Dark Side, pg.18
  30. Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith 3: Descent to the Dark Side, pg.19
  31. The Essential Guide to Alien Species
  32. The New Essential Chronology, pg. 17-20
  33. Tales of the Jedi: Redemption 2: The Search for Peace, pg. 18-21
  34. Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 33: Vindication, Part 2
  35. The Essential Guide to Planets and Moons, pg. 27
  36. Tales of the Jedi 2: Ulic Qel-Droma and the Beast Wars of Onderon, Part 2, pg. 23-24

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