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Great Jedi Purge

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Dissolution of the Jedi Order and near extinction of the Jedi

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"A young Jedi named Darth Vader, who was a pupil of mine until he turned to evil, helped the Empire hunt down and destroy the Jedi Knights."
Obi-Wan Kenobi, speaking of Darth Vader, to Luke Skywalker

The Great Jedi Purge, later also known as Palpatine's Purge, referred to the efforts initiated by the Sith Lord Darth Sidious upon his creation of the Galactic Empire in 19 BBY to eradicate the Jedi Order. It resulted in the near-annihilation of the Jedi, as it had been with the First Jedi Purge that occurred after the Jedi Civil War in 3,956 BBY. The purge officially began with Order 66 following a botched attempt by Mace Windu and three other Jedi to arrest the chancellor. The order declared the Jedi enemies of the Republic and ordered the Grand Army of the Republic to turn on them.

Sidious, now Emperor of the Galactic Empire, used Vader and other agents of the Empire to hunt down and kill the remaining Jedi. Some Jedi fought the Empire until their deaths, like Roan Shryne and those at the Conclave on Kessel. Others hid from the Empire, like Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda. In the nineteen years that followed Order 66, many Jedi fell to Vader, Inquisitors, Emperor's Hands, and even bounty hunters. By the time the Purge ended, a very small number of Jedi remained.



The "Jedi Rebellion"

Main article: Showdown on Coruscant
"In the name of the Galactic Senate of the Republic, you're under arrest, Chancellor."
"Are you threatening me, Master Jedi?"
Mace Windu and Palpatine

After Anakin Skywalker discovered that Supreme Chancellor Palpatine was Darth Sidious, the elusive Sith Lord whom the Jedi had sought for more than a decade, Jedi Master Mace Windu led a small group of Jedi Masters, comprising himself, Agen Kolar, Kit Fisto, and Saesee Tiin, to apprehend Sidious. Sidious killed Agen Kolar immediately, followed by Saesee Tiin, and, with some greater effort, Kit Fisto. In the ensuing fight, Darth Sidious dragged the battle out in order to give Anakin time to arrive on the scene.[1]

Either in an attempt to look defenseless or as a result of Windu's dueling superiority, Palpatine was defeated seconds before Anakin entered the room. He then shot Force lightning at Windu, who deflected the lightning back, twisting Palpatine's face, making it appear yellowed and ravaged by the dark side. Anakin Skywalker appeared, and after some apparent inward hesitation, was driven to incapacitate Windu in order to save Palpatine, whom Anakin believed was the only one with sufficient knowledge of the dark side of the Force to save his wife, Padmé Amidala, from death.[1]

As Sidious had foreseen, Anakin then drew his lightsaber to parry Windu's swipe at the Chancellor and through his action, cut off the Jedi Master's saber hand. Then Sidious, who had pleaded with Anakin and Windu not to kill him for his weakness, immediately regained enough strength to blast Master Windu with Force lightning and send him out the window to his death.[1]

Anakin was immediately horrified by what he had done, but despite his guilt, or perhaps because of it, he could not overcome the temptation of the dark side, nor could he simply allow Padmé to die when Sidious (allegedly) had the ability to save her. Anakin swore fealty to Sidious, becoming his new apprentice, and was given the Sith name Darth Vader.[1]

Order 66

Main article: Order 66
"The time has come. Execute Order 66."
―Palpatine to numerous clone commanders(audio)Listen (file info)

Palpatine wasted no time in declaring that the Jedi's attempt to take him into custody constituted a betrayal to the Republic by the Order, and used it to justify his ultimate goals. Palpatine ordered the Grand Army of the Republic to execute Order 66—the total annihilation of all Jedi "traitors" throughout the entire galaxy as a sign that the age of the Jedi had ended and the New Order was now in place.[2]

In addition to the Jedi's attempt to arrest Palpatine, another reason cited for wiping out the order was the argument that they were complicit in starting the Clone Wars to destabilize the galaxy and overthrow the government. Facts cited in support of this argument included the Jedi involvement in initiating the creation of the clone army without authorization from the Senate, and the role of former Jedi Count Dooku in forming the Separatist movement.[3]

Assault on the Jedi Temple

Main articles: Operation: Knightfall and Skirmish on Shinarcan Bridge Extension
"We must move quickly. The Jedi are relentless. If they are not all destroyed, it will be civil war without end."
Members of the 501st Legion wipe out the Jedi in the Jedi Temple.

Simultaneously, Palpatine dispatched Vader and the 501st Legion to cleanse the Jedi Temple on Coruscant of Jedi. The newly-titled Emperor justified his purge with an elaborate conspiracy tale of the Jedi's attempt to take control of the Republic by assassinating the head of government, usurping the clone army's control, and even killing all members in the Galactic Senate, using tampered security recordings of his battle with Mace Windu as evidence.[1][4]

The Empire estimated that less than one hundred Jedi escaped the betrayal of Vader and the clone troopers that they were leading during the course of the war.[5] Among the few survivors were Jedi Masters Obi-Wan Kenobi, Rahm Kota, Yoda, K'Kruhk, T'ra Saa and Quinlan Vos.[1] Many Jedi that did survive, like Kai Hudorra and Roan Shryne, cast aside their lightsabers, realizing that their roles as keepers of the peace were over. Other Jedi, such as Olee Starstone and Dass Jennir, kept fighting the Empire, and tried to contact the other Jedi.[3] Kenobi, and Yoda secretly escaped to Tatooine, and Dagobah, respectively. Rham Kota secretly attacked many Imperial shipments and traveled all over the galaxy being a thorn in the side of the Empire. However, before hiding, Obi-Wan and Yoda altered a return call being sent from the Temple into a warning to stay away; as a result, several other Jedi managed to survive the immediate purge.[1] Most survivors fell to Vader, but some others fell to Jedi hunters, including the Emperor's Hands, Dark Jedi, and even bounty hunters.[5][2]

Initial actions

Main article: Conclave on Kessel
"However powerful, Vader is one, and we are many. No more debate. No more 'reflection.' No need of planning. Our prey comes to us. When he is dead, the Emperor will be crippled and know fear. And the galaxy will know the Jedi live."
Shadday Potkin
The Jedi of the Conclave on Kessel.

About one month after Order 66 was issued, the Jedi Shadday Potkin called for a Conclave on Kessel to discuss options against the Imperial campaign to wipe out the remaining Jedi. A group of seven surviving Jedi, including Bultar Swan and Tsui Choi, gathered on Kessel. However, the conclave was a ruse to trap and kill Vader.

A false rumor that his former Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, would be among the Jedi motivated Vader to act. Despite Obi-Wan's absence, Vader demanded his location from the Jedi, threatening them with death. They did not cooperate with his request (in truth, none of them knew where Kenobi was anyway) and, although they put up a valiant fight, no Jedi survived. Potkin's trap for Vader resulted in nothing more than the deaths of more Jedi.[6]

Rumors spread that the conclave consisted of fifty Jedi; each easily killed by the Dark Lord. Although in truth, Darth Vader fought only eight with difficulty. However, to cement Vader's image and invoke fear in the remaining Jedi, the Emperor declared the rumors true. Official reports, fabricated by Sate Pestage, stated that some of the Jedi had either been executed for numerous crimes, or that they killed each other in duels for leadership.[6]

"Skywalker, it won't matter if you find them. It won't matter if you kill every Jedi who survived Order Sixty-Six. I understand now…the Force will never die."
―Roan Shryne's last words

Immediately after Order 66 was issued, Jedi Padawan and survivor Olee Starstone began searching for any surviving Jedi. One destination she investigated was Kashyyyk, where Masters Yoda, Luminara Unduli, and Quinlan Vos had been stationed when the Order was transmitted directly from Coruscant. She arrived on the planet along with several other Jedi survivors—Siadem Forte, Deran Nalual, Klossi Anno, Iwo Kulka, Jambe Lu, and Nam Poorf, as well as the slicer Filli Bitters. After meeting with Tarfful and Chewbacca, the Jedi learned of Yoda's survival. The Wookiees offered the band of Jedi safe harbor on Kashyyyk, but a CR25 troop carrier arrived at Kachirho, thereby interrupting their meeting.[3]

Not long after the arrival of the Jedi, the Sith Lord Darth Vader had arrived in the Kashyyyk system, along with the Imperator-class Star Destroyer Exactor, where it joined Wilhuff Tarkin and Executrix. The two planned their attack on Kashyyyk—Vader interested in destroying the fugitive Jedi, Tarkin interested in enslaving the Wookiees for use in the construction of the Death Star. Although the fleet commanders were eager to bombard the planet, Vader overruled them, ordering a direct assault on several cities including Kachirho, Rwookrrorro, Kepitenochan, Okikuti, and Chenachochan.[3]

At Kachirho, the landed Imperial troops ordered the Wookiees to hand over the fugitive Jedi. The enraged Wookiees attacked the troops, and Starstone and her Jedi soon joined the battle. As more Imperial forces landed, the Wookiee warriors and the Jedi covered the evacuation of Kachirho, as countless Wookiees fled the Imperial troopers, fleeing from enslavement. Imperial landers and gunships were engaged by Oevvaor jet catamarans, retrofitted with rocket launchers and other high-end military hardware, salvaged by the Wookiees from the remnants left over by the earlier Battle of Kashyyyk.[3]

Meanwhile, Lord Vader piloted a Theta-class shuttle. Eventually making a landing at Kachirho, Vader was confronted by Starstone and her Jedi cadre. Vader killed Forte and Kulka, and injured Lu, Poorf, and Anno, leaving only himself and Starstone in the fight.[3]

The two briefly faced off, but Jedi Master Roan Shryne and the smuggler Archyr Beil arrived and intervened. Shryne slew Appo while Archyr dealt with the rest of the stormtroopers, and Shryne moved in to engage Vader in a vicious battle, buying Starstone and Archyr more time to escape with the injured Jedi. As Shryne and Vader dueled, the main battle began to drift east of the city, moving closer to the lake, as Imperial gunships and artillery drove the Wookiees down out of the city and towards the ground.[3]

Abruptly, the Imperial gunships began to retreat from Kachirho, as the orbiting Star Destroyers began their orbital bombardment. Shryne and Vader's duel was interrupted by the strike, and the two moved inside one of the great wroshyr trees. Once inside, Vader used Force throw to throw planks of wood and other debris at Shryne, critically injuring the Jedi in the process and throwing him down from a high bridge. Seeing that Shryne was going to die, Vader chose not to finish off the Jedi, instead revealing his true identity to the man—Anakin Skywalker, who would be redeemed by his son, Luke Skywalker, during the Battle of Endor in 4 ABY.[3][7]

As Shryne passed away, Victory-class Star Destroyers began to descend into the atmosphere, finishing the conquest of Kashyyyk. About two hundred thousand Wookiees, including Tarfful, were captured and moved to containment camps on the Wawaatt Archipelago.[3] As a result, the Empire gained control of Kashyyyk, and gained a valuable labor source for the Death Star project.[3]

Shortly thereafter, another Jedi was discovered taking refuge on Kashyyyk, and Darth Vader led an army, cutting through the forests trying to find him. Kento Marek was found and executed in front of his own son, Galen. Vader sensed potential in the boy, for Galen had actually used his force abilities to pull Vader's lightsaber out of his hand. When a stormtrooper squad arrived to execute the boy, Vader killed them all, leaving no witnesses, and secretly took the boy under his training.

Imperial expansion

"The Emperor took whatever steps he felt necessary to reduce the risk of civil war. Whatever else can be said about them, the Jedi were potential insurgents who he felt could not be trusted with power."
Ohran Keldor

The monarch of Naboo, Queen Apailana, decided that the situation called for military—not diplomatic—action. She started sheltering fugitive Jedi on the run from the Empire. To crush the uprising on Palpatine's homeworld, the 501st Legion invaded Theed and rushed into the plaza supported by TX-130T fighter tanks after disabling an auto-turret grid. The Jedi were killed by the stormtroopers, and Apailana was shot and killed by a sniper. With Naboo in line, the 501st gained the nickname "Vader's Fist."[4]

Some years later, a surviving Separatist named Gizor Dellso found refuge on Mustafar. Dellso was the designer of the droid army deactivation signal, and using his knowledge, reactivated a dormant droid army on the planet and planned a revolution. Similarly, the Kaminoan government planned action against the Empire and had grown a clone army. The Clone Wars nearly began again, but Vader's Fist put down both of the revolts.[4]

Further actions

During the purge, Vader wiped out the farming colony of Talasea for harboring a Jedi.[5] Vader and a number of stormtroopers also killed the last Curator of Records on Toola.[8] In the Battle of Shumari, perhaps the most devastating event of the Great Jedi Purge, legions of Imperial troops under Vader's command clashed with a considerable number of Order 66 Jedi survivors. At the end of the battle, all Jedi but one had been killed, many by Vader himself. Shumari had been subjected to heavy orbital bombardment by orbiting Star Destroyers while the planetside battle raged, which devastated the planet completely, rendering it uninhabitable and wiping out all planetside residents. Vader took the lone surviving Jedi as another secret apprentice but was later forced by the Emperor to kill him.[9]

In 10 BBY, Inquisitor Antinnis Tremayne captured and tortured Jedi Master Darrin Arkanian and his apprentice, Corwin Shelvay, on Coruscant. In an escape attempt, Tremayne killed Arkanian in a lightsaber duel, only to have Shelvay seriously wound him before making it offworld. Tremayne required cybernetics to recover, and was afterward dispatched by Vader aboard Interrogator to scour the Outer Rim for Shelvay.[10] Around this time, Imperial Sentinels were sent off Byss for the first time, to capture Ashka Boda. Bringing him to Coruscant in an Imperial dungeon ship, Palpatine killed him and took the Tedryn Holocron.[11]

Shortly before the Battle of Yavin, Vader tracked a female Human Dark Jedi down on the planet Dargulli. Despite the fact that she wished to become his Sith apprentice, Vader killed her.[12] Around this time, Vader also killed the Dark Woman, who had been found on Cophrigin 5 by Mara Jade.[13] Throughout the Purge, CorSec aided Vader and his agents in hunting Jedi within the Corellian Sector.[5]

Rebel foundations

Around 17 years into the purge, Jedi survivor Rahm Kota organized a militia and began attacking various Imperial targets. This was an attempt to lure Darth Vader out. Eventually attacking the TIE Fighter Construction Facility over Nar Shaddaa, Vader sent his apprentice, Galen Marek, Starkiller, to eliminate him, rather than coming personally as Kota expected. Kota was presumed dead in the ensuing battle.[14]

A Twi'lek Jedi defends rebel troops from advancing stormtroopers

Starkiller, a tool of Vader's used in his plot to overthrow Palpatine, was sent on two further assassination missions: Kazdan Paratus on Raxus Prime and Shaak Ti on Felucia. Paratus had gone mad and built a junk replica of the Jedi Temple on Raxus Prime, complete with mock statues of each of the Jedi Council members, but was killed by Starkiller, along with his mock statues of the Jedi Council members being destroyed. Shaak Ti prepared for a possible revolution against the Sith, with her Padawan Maris Brood. She trained the native Felucians to use the force and organized them. When Starkiller arrived, the two dueled on a massive Sarlaac pit. Ti warned Starkiller of the nature of the Sith Order before falling into the pit.[14]

Palpatine's spies had tracked Vader's apprentice back to the Executor. There, Palpatine ordered Vader to kill Starkiller. Palpatine would later find use of Vader's apprentice, and had Vader retrieve his body and bring him back to life, giving him a new mission: gather the enemies of the Empire into one place. Vader disguised this order as another plot to overthrow Palpatine by giving him something else to pay attention to: an army of dissidents and rebels.[14]

This new mission would lead to Starkiller tracking down an (alive) General Rahm Kota, who was blinded following his duel with Starkiller and became a drunk, supposedly losing his connection with the force. Kota would lead him to rescue Princess Leia Organa and Senator Bail Organa. Him and Bail talked of rebellion, and would agree that they would need to show other possible rebels that the Empire was indeed vulnerable. This mission led him to destroy a Star Destroyer construction facility over Raxus Prime. This act would inspire senators Mon Mothma and Garm Bel Iblis to join Rahm, Marek, Leia and Bail Organa to sign the Corellian Treaty and officially organize the Alliance to Restore the Republic.

During this meeting on Corellia, Vader raided, revealing his ruse, and brought the rebel senators to be tortured, interrogated, and executed aboard the Death Star I. Marek would realize his inner Jedi self, traveling to the Death Star and nearly killing both Sith Lords, allowing the senators and Rahm to escape. He would lose his life in the process. The Galactic Civil War had officially started, which began to draw the Empire away from their Jedi hunting and toward destroying the rebellion Palpatine had accidentally created.


"In having survived, Yoda and Obi-Wan aren't exceptions to the rule. I'm certain that dozens of Jedi escaped with their lives, and in due time you will have the pleasure of killing many of them. But of greater importance is the fact that their order has been crushed. Finished, Lord Vader. Do I make myself clear?"
Palpatine to Vader

By 1 BBY, the systematic Purge itself had concluded, but a few of the survivors would die in the years that followed—including Echuu Shen-Jon, killed by Vader on Krant, and, most notably, Obi-Wan Kenobi, who sacrificed himself on the first Death Star to ensure the escape of his protégé Luke Skywalker.[15][13] As the Galactic Civil War turned in favor of the Rebels, surviving Jedi began to come out of hiding, becoming members of the Alliance, even sacrificing their lives for the return of the Republic and democracy. Four years after Kenobi's death, Yoda died at the old age of 900[16] and Anakin Skywalker, formerly Darth Vader, sacrificed himself to save his son from being killed by his former master, Palpatine, on the second Death Star during the Battle of Endor in 4 ABY.[7] Surviving Jedi would even join the New Jedi Order; in addition, six years after the Battle, Empatojayos Brand sacrificed himself to destroy the spirit of Palpatine on Onderon.[17]

The Purge was not only intended to symbolically and literally exterminate the entire Jedi Order, but to also consolidate the Jedi's history, knowledge, and technology into Palpatine's possession. Many holocrons, ancient techniques, training materials, and Jedi antiquities were lost. This was primarily due to the efforts of Darth Vader; the Inquisitorius, Dark Jedi whose specific purpose was to seek out and destroy the vestiges of the Jedi Order; and the Imperial Security Bureau, which was responsible for erasing the Order's memories.[5] During his efforts to reestablish the order, Luke Skywalker and his relic hunters participated in intensive research to locate even the smallest scraps of information pertaining to the old Order, most notably on Onderon where the Jedi artifacts were located during the reign of the reborn Palpatine in 10 ABY.[18]


"The Jedi Order is as ancient as time itself. It would take the might of the entire galaxy to strike us down."
Jedi Master Kreia

Order 66 casualties

Later casualties

Many Jedi survived the initial execution of Order 66 and went into hiding. Some suceeded in avoiding the Empire; however, others were eventually tracked down and destroyed.

Known survivors as of the end of the Purge; 1 BBY

"I guess your purge wasn't efficient enough, Vader!"
Echuu Shen-Jon, to Darth Vader

As of 1 BBY it is general accepted that the Great Jedi Purge had come to its conclusion after nearly nineteen years of Jedi slaughter. While any Jedi that still may have been alive were to be executed, there was no longer active searches being assigned by the Empire. While the Empire knew there were survivors, he deemed them too few to pose a threat.

Though pursued by the agents of the Empire, some Jedi, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, managed to escape the Purge.

Behind the scenes

The details of the Purge are explained in the Expanded Universe. In contrast, the movies show only Yoda and Obi-Wan as survivors while others are either killed or just not mentioned. Some think that this is what George Lucas actually intended, that according to G-canon, the actual survivors were only two, which is supported by Yoda's line to Luke "The last of the Jedi you will be." This statement seems inaccurate if other Jedi were alive as late as after Return of the Jedi, although it could simply refer to Jedi who are still following the teachings of the Order. Many of the survivors ceased to identify themselves as Jedi, despite having Jedi training, in order to exist in the changing galaxy and continue to evade the perpetrators of the Purge—so from a certain point of view, Yoda and Obi-Wan were the last of the open Jedi. Alternately, it could be that Yoda was simply unaware of other Jedi, or that the other Jedi had either already been hunted down or passed away. It is also important to note that during the events of Revenge of the Sith, Obi-Wan changes the beacon in the Jedi Temple to warn any surviving members of the Order away, thus giving them a chance to escape the Purge.

It has also been speculated that more details of the Purge will be revealed in the upcoming Star Wars live-action TV series, since it will be set between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope.

The name "Great Jedi Purge" may be a reference to Stalin's Great Purge.


  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Reversal of Fortune
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith junior novel
  • Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game (Non-canonical appearance)
  • Republic HoloNet News Special Inaugural Edition 16:5:24 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Republic: The Hidden Enemy
  • Star Wars Republic: Into the Unknown
  • Star Wars Republic 78: Loyalties (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Purge
  • Star Wars Dark Times: The Path to Nowhere
  • Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  • Star Wars Purge: Seconds to Die
  • Star Wars Dark Times 6: Parallels, Part 1
  • Evasive Action: Recruitment
  • Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight
  • Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows
  • Evasive Action: Prey
  • Evasive Action: End Game
  • The Duty
  • "Dark Vendetta" - Star Wars Galaxy 7 (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed video game
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed novel
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed comic (Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars: Empire: Betrayal
  • Extinction
  • Star Wars Journal: The Fight for Justice (Indirect mention only)
  • Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (First mentioned) (Indirect mention only)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Non-canonical appearance)
  • Star Wars 8: Eight for Aduba-3 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars 10: Behemoth from the World Below (Mentioned only)
  • The Capture of Imperial Hazard (Mentioned only)
  • Galaxy of Fear: Ghost of the Jedi (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Rebellion 6: The Ahakista Gambit, Part 1 (Appears in flashback(s))
  • Star Wars Rebellion 9: The Ahakista Gambit, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Rebellion 10: The Ahakista Gambit, Part 5 (Mentioned only)
  • Galaxy of Fear: The Doomsday Ship (Mentioned only)
  • The Rise and Fall of Darth Vader (Appears in flashback(s))
  •  "A Credit for Your Thoughts" - Star Wars Gamer 2 (Mentioned only)
  • Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor (Mentioned as "Jedi Rebellion")
  • Vader vs. R2 & 3PO (Mentioned only)
  • X-wing: Rogue Squadron (Indirect mention only)
  • X-wing: The Krytos Trap (Indirect mention only)
  • X-wing: The Bacta War (Indirect mention only)
  • X-wing: Wraith Squadron (Mentioned only)
  • The Courtship of Princess Leia (Mentioned only)
  • Heir to the Empire (Mentioned only)
  • Dark Force Rising (Mentioned only)
  • Dark Empire (Mentioned only)
  • Firestorm (Mentioned only)
  • Children of the Jedi (Mentioned only)
  • Junior Jedi Knights: Anakin's Quest (Mentioned only)
  • The Unifying Force (Mentioned only)
  • Fury (Mentioned only)
  • Revelation (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 8: Allies (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 1: Broken, Part 1 (Indirect mention only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 11: Ghosts, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars Legacy 16: Claws of the Dragon, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))


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 1.16 1.17 1.18 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 The New Essential Chronology
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Star Wars: Battlefront II
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Evil Never Dies: The Sith Dynasties
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 Star Wars: Purge
  7. 7.0 7.1 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
  8. The Courtship of Princess Leia
  9. Perfect Evil
  10. Dark Vendetta
  11. Dark Empire endnotes
  12. Star Wars Empire: Betrayal
  13. 13.0 13.1 Darth Vader: Extinction
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
  15. 15.0 15.1 Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope
  16. 16.0 16.1 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
  17. Dark Empire Sourcebook
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Dark Empire II
  19. 19.0 19.1 Star Wars Dark Times 6: Parallels, Part 1
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 Dark Lord: The Rise of Darth Vader
  21. Star Wars Republic: Into the Unknown
  22. The Order of Outcasts
  23. 23.0 23.1 Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (comics)
  24.  Nem Bees in the Databank
  25. Order 66: A Republic Commando Novel
  26. 26.0 26.1 Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim
  27. The Last of the Jedi: Underworld
  28. Rebel Dawn
  29. The Last of the Jedi: Underworld
  30. The Last of the Jedi: Underworld
  31. 31.0 31.1 Children of the Jedi
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 Star Wars Galaxies
  33. Star Wars: Battlefront II
  34. 34.0 34.1 Star Wars Republic: Into the Unknown
  35. Star Wars Republic: Into the Unknown
  36. Evasive Action
  37. Star Wars Legacy 16: Claws of the Dragon, Part 3
  38. Junior Jedi Knights: The Golden Globe
  39. The New Essential Guide to Characters
  40. Underworld: A Galaxy of Scum and Villainy
  41. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (novel)
  42. Star Wars Rebellion 15: Vector, Part 7
  43. Star Wars Republic: The Hidden Enemy
  44. Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds
  45. Star Wars Legacy 25: The Hidden Temple, Part 1
  46. Planet of Twilight
  47. Child of Light
  48. Sacrifice
  49.  The Dark Forces Saga, Part 4 on (article)
  50. Coruscant Nights I: Jedi Twilight
  51. Idol Intentions
  52. Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game: Champions of the Force
  53. Space Gamer/Fantasy Gamer 88
  54. Dark Empire
  55.  "Disturbance in the Force" - Challenge 66
  56. The Force Unleashed
  57. Galaxy Guide 6: Tramp Freighters
  58. Rebellion Era Sourcebook
  59. Wanted by Cracken
  60. The Apprentice
  61. Platt's Starport Guide

External links

History of the Jedi
The Great Schism - Great Hyperspace War
Great Sith War - Mandalorian Wars - Jedi Civil War
First Jedi Purge - Great Galactic War - Cold War
New Sith Wars - Republic Dark Age - Ruusan Reformation
Great Jedi Purge - New Jedi Order
Sith-Imperial War - Second Imperial Civil War/Third Jedi Purge

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The Great Jedi Purge was an attack on the Jedi by the Sith, headed by Palpatine. It, through things like Order 66, was able to almost wipe out the Jedi forever. Nathaniel Kenobi was one Jedi who escaped the Purge. Ryas Mor and Kala Zolesa escaped the Purge on Rhen Var and accidentally awoke the ancient Sith Lord Darth Sarith.

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