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Previous

Sith-Imperial War

Concurrent

Second Imperial Civil War/Genocide of Mon Calamari

Third Jedi Purge
Beginning

Massacre at Ossus, 130 ABY

Place

Ossus, Daluuj, Had Abbadon, other places throughout the galaxy

Major battles

Massacre at Ossus, Ambush on Daluuj, Destruction of Ossus Jedi Academy, Battle on Had Abbadon

Combatants
Commanders
"Hunt the Jedi. Get others to hunt them as well. Offer bounties. Ten times more for one alive than dead. One might be turned."
Darth Krayt

The Third Jedi Purge was an attempt to eradicate the New Jedi Order instigated by Darth Krayt and his One Sith in order to impose the Dark Lord's will on the galaxy. Preceded by heavy casualties in the Battle of Coruscant, in the initial attack, only half of the Jedi died at Coruscant and at the Massacre at Ossus.

The remaining Jedi went into hiding, many taking shelter in the Hidden Temple, while others left the Jedi way. The new Emperor feared the Jedi would join the deposed Roan Fel and his Empire-in-exile, or the Galactic Alliance Remnant and ordered Darth Maladi, head of Sith Intelligence and Assassination to offer bounties in exchange for the capture of Jedi.

To a lesser extent, Imperial Knights were also targets of this persecution because of their loyalty to the deposed Emperor and their unorthodox take on Jedi teachings.

Contents

Known victims

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Jedi

130 ABY

137 ABY

Imperial Knights

130 ABY

137 ABY

Known survivors

Jedi High Council

Jedi Masters

Jedi Knights

Padawans

Imperial Knights

Ex-Jedi

Notes and references

  • Star Wars Legacy 1: Broken, Part 1 (First appearance)
  • Star Wars Legacy 2: Broken, Part 2
  • Star Wars Legacy 8: Allies
  • Star Wars Legacy 25: The Hidden Temple, Part 1
  • Star Wars Legacy 30: Vector, Part 11
  • Star Wars Legacy 31: Vector, Part 12
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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Previous

War of Rivalry

Concurrent

Sith Rebellion

Next

Infinite War

Third Jedi Purge
A Zabrak Jedi about to be killed by a Dark Jedi
Beginning

53 ABY

End

67 ABY

Place

The Galaxy

Outcome

All but one Jedi are killed. The Jedi are destroyed and do not resurface for fifty-thousand years.

Combatants

New Sith Triumvirate

Jedi Order

Commanders
  • Luke Skywalker †
  • Kyle Katarn †
  • Rosh Penin †

The Third Jedi Purge took place when Darth Kaos issued an order to all his Dark Jedi to go throughout the galaxy and hunt down Jedi. Any Jedi found were killed. Only one anonymous Jedi remained after this purge. Even Jedi masters such as Kyle Katarn were not safe. Katarn himself was killed by Darth Evilios on Manaan. The Jedi did not reappear in the galaxy for around fifty-thousand years.


This article uses material from the "Third Jedi Purge" article on the Star Wars Fanon wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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