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Jolee joins your party after you fulfill his request to remove the Czerka poachers from the Upper Shadowlands of Kashyyyk. Once you've left that world, if Jolee is in your party then an elderly man named Davin Kotras may approach and speak to you in one of the following locations:

Dantooine Tatooine Kashyyyk Manaan Korriban
Jedi Enclave Docking Bay No No Dreshdae
Davin Kotras: Excuse me, have you seen a mechanic about? Short fellow, bald. I've been looking --
Jolee: Well, I'll be a Wookiee's uncle. Davin! Davin Kotras!
Davin Kotras: Ha! Jolee! Jolee Bindo? Why, you old freak! Last time I saw you, you were still wandering the galaxy in that old tug. I thought you were dead, old man.
Jolee: I crashed somewhere and decided to stay. Heh heh.
Davin Kotras: Yeah, yeah. I'll just bet. Damn, old man, you look exactly the same as the last time I saw you! You pickle well.
Jolee: You're too kind. Not the young lad anymore yourself, I see.
1. Jolee, we should be going… 2. We don't have time for reunions. 3. Care to introduce your friend, Jolee?
Jolee: Yes, yes, right you are. Sorry, Davin, but duty calls. Maybe I'll run into you again soon. Jolee: What, are you deaf? His name's Davin. Old friend from my wanderer days. By the by, Davin, I really should be running off…
Davin Kotras: Of course, old man. Oh, wait… if you've been traveling in this sector, I suppose you heard about Sunry?
Jolee: No. Why? What's there to hear?
Davin Kotras: He's been picked up by the Selkath authorities on Manaan. For murder.
Jolee: That's preposterous.
Davin Kotras: I know. Elora is beside herself, as you can imagine. Maybe you could help them? I'm sure Sunry would appreciate a Jedi's assistance right about now.
Jolee: Perhaps I will at that. It's up to my friend, here, actually. I'm just tagging along.
1. We could check into it when we're on Manaan next. 2. We have more important things to do. 3. I'm not making any promises.
Jolee: I'd appreciate that. Sunry's an old friend… I'd hate to see him hurt. Jolee: I was expecting that. Still… if we get the chance, I'd be grateful. Sunry's an old friend… I'd hate to see him hurt.
Davin Kotras: Same here. Well, heh, it was good to see you again. Give my regards to Elora, if you see her.
Jolee: I will. Be safe, old friend.

Surprisingly, you don't actually have to speak to Davin to activate the Sunry Murder Trial in Ahto West on Manaan: Jolee joining your party is sufficient. Once Davin has left, you can ask Jolee about Sunry, the old friend who's been picked up by the Selkath authorities on Manaan for murder:

Jolee: Got something on your mind, do you?
1. Tell me about Sunry. How do you know him?
Jolee: What? You think because I'm a hermit I've always been a hermit? Just because I haven't seen Sunry for twenty years doesn't mean he's not a friend. A man could have changed a lot in that span of time, though. But to become a murderer? Oh. Mm mm mm. I can't see it. That's not the Sunry I knew. He was a good man. Put me up in his home for a year back after I left the order. War hero, too, or so I hear. I wouldn't mind helping the fellow, if we can. I owe it to him. Or you can be a young monkey-lizard and ignore me, I guess… well, I don't expect much these days.

If you don't speak to Jolee when he's in your party after leaving Kashyyyk, then you may be prompted to do so:

Jolee: [Even though he has joined your group, Jolee remains a somewhat mysterious character. Maybe you should speak to him about why he chose to come with you.]
1. [Speak to Jolee.] 2. [Don't speak to him.]
Jolee: Got something on your mind, do you? Jolee: [You decide to ignore Jolee and continue on with your quest for now, though it might be a good idea to speak with him later.]
1. Why did you decide to come with me?
Jolee: You got yourself a fast little ship. Heh. I'd forgotten what engines sounded like. The closest thing to that on Kashyyyk is an uller in mating season. Ugh! Frightful.
1. So you wanted a ride on my ship?
Jolee: Or it could be for the free food. What's the gunk that comes out of the synthesizer on this bucket, anyway? Do you never clean the darned thing?
1. No, seriously, tell me. 2. If you don't want to answer the question, old man, just say so. 3. Fine, forget it.
Jolee: I'm old, damn it! I'm allowed to be enigmatic when I want to be, and don't go telling me otherwise. Jolee: How impatient can one person be? You must have driven your mother mad. All that gurgling and fussing… heh, babies are cute, but annoying. Jolee: Wow, you're not much for interrogation, are you? Is this as hard as you try? Remind me to sign up for your next torture session.
Jolee: You know, you remind me of someone else I knew ages ago. Pleasant enough fellow, great destiny… all of that. Breath like a bantha.
1. Did you annoy this person endlessly, too? 2. Is this a comment on my breath? 3. You're avoiding the question.
Jolee: Oh ho ho, very funny. Is it my fault that some people are so easily annoyed? They're like impatient little children. With blasters. Jolee: No, but it could be. An Anduvian salt tablet would clear that right up, you know. Jolee: So I am. Tell you what… when you get to be my age, you can go ahead and answer any question you like, too. You have my permission.
Jolee: Anyway, where was I? Oh, yes. Andor Vex, was his name. The Force swirled around him like a hurricane, that's how great his destiny was.
1. I never heard of him. 2. Is that what you see around me, too? 3. And you traveled with this man?
Jolee: No, you wouldn't have. Sometimes swirling Force is just swirling Force. It gets us old Jedis excited at our age so we go "ooo, destiny!" Jolee: Well, it's not so much a hurricane as a slight breeze. But that doesn't mean anything: destiny is sometimes in the eye of the beholder. Jolee: I did. Just because someone has the Force swirling about them doesn't always mean they have a great destiny, but it doesn't hurt to check it out.
Jolee: Well, it turned out that poor Andor believed a wee bit too much in the infallibility of that destiny. That overconfidence turned out to be his downfall.
1. Is there supposed to be some hidden meaning in this? 2. Does this story have a point, old man? 3. You're making all of this up!
Jolee: I don't know. Are you overconfident? I hadn't noticed. Even if I had, I would never comment on it. We're talking about Andor, remember? Jolee: Does it have to have a point? I thought we were just talking about Andor. Is something wrong with your attention span? Jolee: I am not! I've no need to make things up, with my poor memory and all. You just sit still and let me finish, damn it.
Jolee: Let's see… oh, yes. Andor's downfall. I was pretty young, myself, when it happened. At the time, I thought that Andor's destiny couldn't be more boring.
1. How young are we talking? 2. As boring as this story? 3. So why didn't you "leave"?
Jolee: Well, let's just say that I was a strapping young lad with a full head of hair and Coruscant was a small town with a well, heh heh. Jolee: You know, if you keep interrupting, it will take even longer. Have you no patience at all? How did you get as old as you are anyway? Jolee: Well, he had a much better food dispenser than you do. That and the fact that even then I wasn't an altogether impatient *twit*.
Jolee: I was just about to abandon Andor to whatever the Force intended for him when his ship was overtaken by a Dimean warship. Now, you've probably never heard of the Dimeans, but at the time they were a nasty lot led by a nastier overlord named Kraat. Tall fellow. Big teeth. Kraat has us hauled onto the bridge of his ship for questioning, and that's when I knew that Andor's destiny was at hand.
1. Andor killed Kraat, I take it? 2. How did you know? 3. And? Go on.
Jolee: Of course he did! Haven't you been listening? It was not in the way you'd probably expect, though. Jolee: Swirling Force, remember? Jedi here? Granted, I was just interpreting the signs, but we get trained in that sort of thing. More or less.
Jolee: Well, Andor decides that his destiny makes him invulnerable and starts making all sorts of demands. Free me now, I'm not answering questions, blah blah blah. Don't you know who I am? Kraat decides he's had enough and begins crushing Andor's neck. I told the boy he should have kept his mouth shut. I think he agreed, too… or those could have just been gurgling noises. Well… well, anyway. Finally, Kraat has enough of Andor and tosses him aside into this giant energy intake shaft. Andor gets sucked in and starts bouncing around, heh, screaming… heh. Maybe Andor hit something sensitive on the way down or just didn't agree with the reactor core, next thing I know all the ship's alarms are ringing.
1. You're kidding…
Jolee: Everyone panics and I run, barely making it to the ship in time before the explosion. Kraat dies horribly, and the Dimeans never quite recovered. Changed the political course of the entire sector for centuries to come. I'd call that quite a destiny, wouldn't you?
1. I hate you, old man... 2. But how can you even be sure Andor was responsible? 3. And what does that have to do with you coming with me?
Jolee: Well, now, that's the ingratitude of youth for you. I relate an exciting tale and do I get thanked for it? No, no, it's all 'me me me! ' Hmph. Jolee: What?! Are you kidding?! What are the odds of that happening, anyway? A billion to one? You should do so well as to be sucked into the engine of some evil Sith Lord, you know. Andor was a hero… sort of. Jolee: Well, hey, the chances may not be great, but when one has the opportunity to see something like that twice in a lifetime…
Jolee: Anyway, go on. My throat is dry and you're making me cranky. Shoo!
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You and Jolee have talked a little about his past. You may continue the conversation with him in the future, perhaps once you have gained some more experience.


Level ups can unlock further dialogs once previous dialogs have been completed, but so can entering and exiting the Ebon Hawk and adding Jolee to your party (you may also be able to speak to him in the medical room inside, but it's quicker to just enter and exit before speaking outside).

However, you may want to wait until you've acquired a fourth Star Map, left that world and subsequently been captured by and escaped from the Leviathan before completing the Fifth and Sixth dialogs due to some (admittedly quite minor) changes this makes.


1. You never did actually say why you decided to come with me...
Jolee: No, I never did, did I?
1. You know, I don't *have* to take you with me. 2. Are you always going to be this elusive? 3. Answer the question, old man.
Jolee: Of course you do. I know things, remember? You think you could make it around this part of the galaxy without me? Don't answer that. Jolee: Elusive? Me, elusive? Heh. Obviously you've never tried to grab a Twi'lek dancing girl after drinking too much Ondaran willek juice. Jolee: My, my, somebody woke up on the wrong side of the starship this morning, I see. Is that a chip on your shoulder or are you a bit surly today?
Jolee: At any rate, I already told you why I wanted to leave. I've seen everything I wanted to on Kashyyyk. Time to go, time to move on.
1. Move on to where? 2. I don't believe you. 3. You looked plenty happy there, to me.
Jolee: To bed. I'm old and tired, you know. Jolee: The hermit says he's tired of living alone in the giant forest and you find that hard to believe? How cynical are you? Jolee: You live in an overgrown stump with the tachs beating down your door and you tell me how happy you would be. I was pleased just to have visitors.
1. No, really.
Jolee: How many kilometer-high trees can you find an interest in before you figure you've had enough? I'd bet you can't be bothered to stay in one room for more than fifteen minutes. And then there's all the critters in the Shadowlands... I'm just happy to be back in space, doing something new. Is that too much to ask?
1. You could do that on your own. 2. Damn right it is. 3. No, I guess not.
Jolee: So I could. Not having a ship does tend to put a damper on that kind of idea, however. Jolee: You got a smart mouth on you there, you know that? If ullers could talk, they'd sound like that. Jolee: There, now, was that so hard? An old man has to be allowed some petty eccentricities. Nice to see you agree, for once.
Jolee: I'll admit... for all its flaws, Kashyyyk was home enough. But when you came along and I saw the destiny you had before you, I couldn't help but be intrigued.
1. You know what my destiny is? 2. What interest do you have in my future? 3. Just keep your opinions on it to yourself.
Jolee: Of course not. Weren't you listening last time? I can see that you have a destiny before you... but the details are far from clear. Jolee: Interest? Well, I certainly don't have a vested interest... call it more idle curiosity. Your destiny is... rather unclear. Jolee: Have I offered a single opinion? No, I haven't, though you could do far worse than hear a couple of mine. Your destiny, after all, is rather unclear.
Jolee: In fact, everything about you that I can see is odd. Slightly off, as if my eyes are trying to trick me. Something... something is very dark about you... ... but bah! I'm sure you don't need to hear my ruminations. You've probably got enough nosy Jedi offering you one opinion after another to make you sick.
1. No, tell me more of what you see. 2. You got that right. I have enough Jedi watching me. 3. So you're coming along to *not* offer your opinions?
Jolee: Your future will come of its own accord, trust me. Sometimes navel-gazing at it doesn't get you anywhere. Jolee: Well I for one am quite content to let you make your own mistakes. Just because I want to see where this ends up doesn't mean I need to tell you how to get there. Jolee: I'll remind you that *you're* the one who started pumping me for information. Like an old man doesn't have anything better to do. Hmph.
Jolee: I wouldn't worry about it too much, if I were you. You remind me a bit of Nomi, heh heh, and that can't be all bad.
1. Nomi? Who's Nomi?
Jolee: Nomi Sunrider. She came late to the Force, just as you have, and became one of the greatest Jedi ever. Oh, fine, fine lass. Whether you'll follow the same path remains to be seen. For one thing, we'll never get anywhere if you stand around chatting up old men all day...
1. I don't bring you along for your amusement, you know. 2. So... you're along as some kind of observer? 3. I don't need another mentor.
Jolee: Oh, stop being such a baby. Are you always so quick to turn aside an ally? Got too many of them, do you? Jolee: Nonsense. Have I ever refused to help you when you asked? How confused can one person be, anyway? Jolee: Good, since I didn't offer to be one. You think anyone would want to mentor you with that kind of attitude? Not me, I'm past that.
Jolee: One thing I will say is that this little escapade does remind me a bit of my adventuring days before the war. Ahh, those were exciting times. Or at least it would remind me of those times if we didn't stand around. What's keeping you? You're too young to be so talkative. Shoo! Shoo!
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You prodded Jolee in an effort to find out why he decided to come with you. In the end, he did mention his 'adventuring days'. Perhaps you could ask him about them later, once you gain more experience.


1. You mentioned something about your 'adventuring days'?
Jolee: Did I say that? Strange the tricks memory plays on you when you get older.
1. So you weren't an adventurer?
Jolee: Didn't I say that my past was my affair? You don't see me poking and prodding you with questions, do you?
1. But you've already said so much... I'm curious. 2. You're just not used to company. Stop being an old coot.
Jolee: I'm not here to satisfy your curiosity! No staring at the old man, that's what the sign says, dammit! Jolee: Hmph. I might be. But a mouthy young thing like yourself shouldn't get to call me an old coot, dammit.
Jolee: And besides... you don't really want to hear about me. We're talking ancient history, probably before you were born. History bores kids. Proven fact.

Either of the following responses completes this quest prematurely:

3. Fine. I won't ask you questions ever again. 2. You're right. I'd rather not be bored.
Jolee: Well that's a relief. Maybe an old man can finally get some peace around here. Now, run along and do whatever you were doing, already.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
For some reason, Jolee isn't about to talk to you anymore. He will accompany you on your mission, but his thoughts and his story are his own.
1. Yeah? Well old people love to talk about history. Proven fact. 3. I'm not a 'kid'.
Jolee: Oh fine, fine, have it your way. Just don't cry about it later. Jolee: So you're not. Fine, have it your way. Just don't say I didn't warn you.
Jolee: Yes, yes, I was an adventurer. Happy now? I wasn't even done with my Jedi training back then. I had a full head of hair and an eagerness to see absolutely everything. Sound familiar? The Council was never very happy with willful, brash Jolee Bindo, you see. Even less so when I began my smuggling career.
1. *You* were a smuggler? 2. A Jedi would never be a smuggler! 3. How did that happen?
Jolee: Don't look at me like that, dammit! I wasn't always the wrinkled coot I am now, you know. I can still fight, too, so wipe off that smirk I see there. Jolee: You're very sure of that, are you? My, my, you must be very learned and experienced to know so many things. At any rate, I was still a Padawan at the time.
Jolee: At the time the Ukatis system was interdicted by its own King. He preferred to keep his people starving and poor, all the better to oppress them. The Senate was trying to negotiate a peace, but they were getting nowhere as usual. I decided I wasn't going to wait. I found myself a ship and a partner and we began smuggling food and supplies to the Ukatis citizenry through the blockade.
1. Was it very dangerous?
Jolee: Oh, it was. I was a half-decent pilot in those days... and with the Force guiding me, we made it through some tough spots nobody else would have.
1. You were a pilot, too?
Jolee: Pilot, smuggler... several other things, too. Or did you suppose I was always a crotchety hermit?
3. I still can't believe you actually did that.
Jolee: Why not? There were millions of people crying out for aid. What else was I supposed to do?
1. How about nothing?
Jolee: Don't be stupid. Are you doing nothing? If nothing's not good enough for you there's no reason it should have been good enough for me back then, either.
2. Where did you get the credits for all the supplies?
Jolee: Well... we didn't *buy* all the equipment, per se. Some were happy to donate goods. Some we just, ah, knew had more than they could use...
1. So you stole it?
Jolee: 'Stole' is such a harsh word. They would have donated those goods readily enough if they were compassionate. I considered it a tax on the greedy. We only got caught once. A lone Ukatish frigate shot us down and forced a crash landing. I thought the Force had abandoned me, as I remember.
1. What happened then? 2. Maybe it should have. 3. Well that was pretty stupid of you.
Jolee: Oh, so you're going to speak for the Force now, are you? I deserved to crash, is that it? Jolee: Hmph. As I recall, I'm not the only person in this conversation who's been shot down out of the sky recently.
Jolee: Well, as it happens, getting shot down turned out to be very fortunate. That day was the day I...
1. That was the day you what?
Jolee: Well, that... that was the day I met my wife.
1. Oh, I'm sorry... 2. Your wife? You were married? 3. Bad memory, I take it?
Jolee: It's alright. When you're digging through the trash, you shouldn't be surprised when you encounter something unpleasant. Jolee: You know another way to get a wife? But, yes... that's when I met her. Jolee: No. No, that was a good memory. There are just... much worse ones that followed.
Jolee: I... If it's all the same to you, I'd prefer to stop talking now. My mouth is starting to draw flies.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You got Jolee to talk a little about his adventuring days... and during his tale he mentioned the fact that he had a wife. He didn't want to talk about her, but you might be able to ask him about it later once you gained more experience.


1. You mentioned something about your wife before?
Jolee: I don't want to talk about that.
1. Sorry. Maybe we can talk about it later.
Jolee: Maybe, but I doubt it. I'm made stubborn that way.

This response ends the dialog. Otherwise:

2. Well, I do. Spit it out, already. 3. I don't want to pry, but...
Jolee: Now that's a unique method of getting someone to talk. Thunder about like a bantha in a circuit shop. Does that work for you often? Jolee: Yes you do. You may mean well enough, but my private affairs are just that: private.
Jolee: Let me tell you something. Once you've lived as many years as I have, you'll have yourself a long, long list of memories. If you're lucky, most of them will be good. If you're not, some will be bad. If you're really unlucky, some will be so bad you never want to be reminded of them again... ever. You'll go far away, to a place that doesn't hold any memories at all. And there you'll be happy just to forget and be forgotten.
1. I would never do that. 2. No, I want to hear what you have to say. 3. Is that why you went to Kashyyyk? 4. Run away? How pathetic and weak.
Jolee: You say that now, but I'm talking to you from across the breadth of many years experience. That is a gap I simply can't cross for you. Jolee: Heh. Partly, maybe. I doubt I could ever explain it to you fully, even if I wanted to. Jolee: There are worse things to call yourself, for better reasons. If you don't think it's even possible that you might be flinging those words at yourself one day, you're younger than I thought.
Jolee: Let me ask you this: have you ever been in love? Truly in love, I mean, and not simple infatuation.
1. Well...
Jolee: Exactly. You're still at the beginning of your life. There will be women in your life... perhaps many women... but if you're fortunate you'll find love once. Jolee: Exactly. You're still at the beginning of your life. There will be men in your life... perhaps many men... but if you're fortunate you'll find love once.
Jolee: The Jedi, with their damnable sense of over-caution, would tell you love is something to avoid. Thankfully, anyone who's even partially alive knows that's not true.
1. Aren't you worried about the dark side at all? 2. That's what I've always thought. 3. What's this? Love advice from an old Jedi?
Jolee: And why not? All this nonsense about avoiding love is so much foo-foo. I shouldn't be the only one who realizes that.
Jolee: Love doesn't lead to the dark side. Passion can lead to rage and fear, and can be controlled... but passion is not the same thing as love. Controlling your passions while being in love... that's what they should teach you to beware. But love, itself, will save you... not condemn you. Ahhhh, but listen to me go on as if I had all the answers. What do I know of love anymore? I'm just a lonely old man who's not even a Jedi.

The following response completes this quest prematurely:

2. You talk too much, old man. You don't know anything.
Jolee: Don't I? Hmph. Maybe you're right. It seems whatever I have to say is falling on deaf ears, anyhow. So go on, go on, run amok and kiss the bantha for all I care, I won't comment on it.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
For some reason, Jolee isn't about to talk to you anymore. He will accompany you on your mission, but his thoughts and his story are his own.
1. Sounds like love is something you should have avoided. 3. No, I want to hear what you have to say. 4. Not even a Jedi? You mean not anymore, right?
Jolee: Hmph. Maybe. Do you want to avoid the greatest things in life simply because they come with some complications? Jolee: You do, do you? I wouldn't listen too closely... I'm no authority on anything. I just think that the greatest things in life shouldn't be avoided because they come with a few complications. Jolee: Nope. Never was. Technically I never rose above the rank of Padawan, for various reasons. Does that surprise you?
1. Not the way you describe your past, no. 2. You seem to have all the abilities of a Jedi... 3. Yes. You lied to me.
Jolee: Heh. I suppose I'm not prone to live my life like most of the Jedi Masters do, that's true. My opinions on love are no different. Jolee: In my case, becoming a Jedi would have been a formality. I doubt the order and I would have gotten along well, considering my opinions on things such as love. Jolee: No I didn't. I may never have become a Jedi technically, but I'm an old Padawan with a lifetime of experience. That applies both to the Force as well as topics like love.
Jolee: Love causes pain, certainly. Inevitably love is going to lead to as much sorrow and regret as it does joy. I suppose there are perfect, eternal loves out there... but I haven't seen any. How you deal with the bad part of love is what determines your character, what determines the dark side's hold over you.
1. You don't think love can work? 2. Maybe the Jedi just think you shouldn't take that risk. 3. So what happened between you and your wife, then?
Jolee: I suppose it could. It would take a strong person to make that kind of commitment, I think. Someone with a great sense of self. Jolee: Bah. A life without risk is boring. Is that how you want to live? You want love, you've got to fight for it. Jolee: I haven't changed my mind. I'm still not going to talk about it. You go and find your own love if you want to know so badly.
Jolee: I'll tell you one thing: sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you and the one you love simply aren't meant to be together. The trick is to know when that is, to know when it's time to fight and when it's time to part ways. Hmph... there I go waxing philosophical again. Somebody blast me already! Let's get going before I start talking in riddles, dammit!
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
Jolee talked a little bit about his wife and why he didn't agree with the Jedi credo that love should be forbidden. He spoke of the Jedi with a great deal of bitterness, in fact. You might be able to ask him about it later, once you gained more experience.


1. Why did you leave the Jedi?
Jolee: Heh heh. Who said I left the Jedi?
1. You did. You said you weren't a Jedi any longer. 2. Are you saying you're still a Jedi? 3. Don't play games with me, old man.
Jolee: Well, technically, I was only a Padawan... not that that makes a difference to most. But as for the order, itself... no, I never left it. It left *me*. Jolee: Don't get so uppity, dammit! The point I was trying to make, if you decide to actually listen, is that I never left the order. The order left *me*.
1. What do you mean 'it left you'? 2. That's about the dumbest thing I ever heard. 3. So are you a Jedi or not?
Jolee: Oh, is it? Hmph. There are moments when I think you must be much older than you seem... but this isn't one of them. Jolee: Something wrong with your ears? I thought folks only went deaf when they got to my age. I follow the Jedi Way and use the Force, don't I? That makes me a Jedi last time I checked. But the order, itself, the Jedi Council and so forth... no, I'm not a part of that and haven't been for a long time. And good riddance, I say!
1. But you said the Jedi left you? 2. Why good riddance? 3. So you're just some rogue Jedi. Big deal.
Jolee: Hmph. A rogue, am I? You speak as if there must be something wrong with me, like not being part of the order makes me a criminal.
Jolee: You know what I hate? Well... you know, lots of things, really. But I'm old and easily annoyed. But that's beside the point. What I *really* hate are how most people view the Jedi. Everyone thinks the Jedi are perfect, that they can do no wrong. They think the Jedi Council is completely incapable of injustice.
1. I certainly don't think that. 2. Let me guess: you disagree? 3. You? Perfect? That's a laugh.
Jolee: Hmph. I guess you aren't as stupid as you sometimes act. No doubt you've been on the receiving end of Jedi justice at least once, eh? Jolee: Damn right I disagree. The Jedi are just as capable of injustice as anyone else. They may *try* harder, sure, but sometimes they get it wrong. Jolee: Quiet, you. I'm not talking about me. Talking about the Jedi as a whole. They are just as capable of imperfection and injustice as anyone else, as you can obviously see.
Jolee: And I'm not even talking about how some of us fall to the dark side. No, that's plenty indication of our fallibility, but it's something else entirely. No, I'm talking about how, more often than not, your average robe-wearing Jedi can try to do the right thing and still be completely *wrong*.
1. I don't get it. What do you mean? 2. So the Jedi wronged you in some way, I take it? 3. Nobody can be right about everything.
Jolee: *sigh* I suppose I'm not being very clear, am I? Jolee: No, no. The Jedi always treated me well. It would be foolish and untrue to say otherwise. That's not what I meant, anyway. Jolee: That's true, but it's not what I meant. I guess I'm not being clear, am I?
Jolee: Come to think of it, I don't have to be clear. Someone my age is entitled to ramble, dammit! But for your sake I'll try to explain. I'll tell you a little tale about a Jedi Master I once knew. Hortath, I think. Or was it Hartoth? I could never get it straight...

The following sequence of responses completes this quest prematurely:

3. No, I don't have time for any stupid stories.
Jolee: You're the one who was asking me about the Jedi, dammit! Now do you want the story or not?
2. No. Can't be bothered.
Jolee: Boring you, am I? Well you just keep your questions to yourself next time. No need for old men to go and make nuisances of themselves.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
For some reason, Jolee isn't about to talk to you anymore. He will accompany you on your mission, but his thoughts and his story are his own.


1. Go on, I'll listen. 2. Is this going to have a point? 1. Fine, fine, but make it quick.
Jolee: *Sigh* You know the problem with the youth of today? They're young.
Jolee: Where was I, then? Oh. Oh, yes... Master Hortath. He was a kindly old Jedi who meant well, but the most near-sighted thing in the Core, I swear. He would walk into walls, knock over tables, mistake apprentices for rancor beasts... that sort of thing. And he was too proud to submit to proper treatment. Some used to counsel him and urged "Use the Force, Master Hortath. Allow the Force to see for you." But he refused to believe that his eyes were failing. He simply squinted more and more as the years went on, the other Jedi resignedly passing it off as the amusing quirk of a compassionate old man.
1. And? I don't get it. 2. Is this supposed to have a point? 3. Go on.
Jolee: I'm not finished yet! Now shush.
Jolee: So one day a young Padawan meets Master Hortath in the courtyard and, not knowing of his blindness, asks him for directions to the Council. Quite sure of himself, Hortath gave the lad directions... which happened to lead outside and away from the enclave. The Padawan is confused, naturally. He asks if Master Hortath is sure, and of course Master Hortath says that he is. The Padawan suggests that perhaps he should ask someone else... but the proud Hortath now feels insulted. He tells the Padawan to take the route he prescribed and no other. Rather dejectedly, the Padawan did as he was told... and so ended up leaving the Jedi Order forever. It was decided that the boy's fate was to leave the Order anyway... though whether that was out of respect for Hortath or because the boy went on to something else, well, we'll never know.
1. So what does the Padawan leaving the Jedi have to do with the Jedi leaving you? 2. So... you knew this Master Hortath? Or the Padawan? 3. So what's the point? 4. That's a stupid story.
Jolee: Not much. I never knew the Padawan nor met Master Hortath, himself. He was before my time. Jolee: No, no. Both of them were from before my time. Well before the Sith Wars, even. Jolee: Considering that it's about blindness, I think that's an appropriate response.
1. I don't understand...
Jolee: The tale is about blindness and I thought the point was clear. At any rate, you think about it.
Jolee: You're the one who asked why the Jedi left me, remember? Now let's get going. My feet are itching for a good run.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You successfully got Jolee to talk about the Jedi, and he told a tale about how they are often less than perfect. He might talk some more if you ask later, once you've gained more experience.


1. What do you know about the Sith?
Jolee: Bad, bad men. Women, too, to be fair.
1. You must know more than that. 2. I'm not in the mood to play games.
Jolee: Oh, indeed. They make a fine sandwich, also. Heh heh heh. But don't tell the Jedi Council I said that. Jolee: Who's playing games? Ask the next Sith you see if they're bad and they'll set you straight.
1. Do you know anything important about the Sith or not? 2. You're being elusive on purpose. 3. Spit it out, old man, or things get rough.
Jolee: *sigh* And just what gave you the impression that I know anything more about the Sith than you do?
1. You did. You said you fought them.
Jolee: Oh... that's right. Damn the ears of the young! I was expecting you to be your usual inattentive self when I mentioned that. So it's true, yes, I fought plenty of Sith. That was during the time of Exar Kun... oh, forty years ago now? Has it been that long?
1. Are these the same Sith that we're fighting now?
Jolee: No, no, of course not. The Sith have come and gone for ages. They were not called Sith many thousands of years ago, perhaps, but the dark side was always present without a doubt. Oh, sure, occasionally the light side comes close to vanquishing the dark, but the dark always returns. The fact that Exar Kun was defeated didn't mean the Sith would never return, as they obviously have now. Everyone knows that.
2. Who is this Exar Kun?
Jolee: Ah. Exar was a Jedi who was... corrupted... by ghosts of the old Sith. Or so they say. He attempted to conquer the Republic and create a new Golden Age of the Sith.
1. And he was killed?
Jolee: Better to say he was defeated... but essentially, yes. The victory did not come easily, however.
3. So tell me what you know about the Sith.
Jolee: A Sith believes he commands the Force... but it is the dark side who commands him. You know this, there is little I could truly add.
3. What happened during the war with Exar Kun, then?
Jolee: That... is not a pleasant time to remember. After Exar Kun fell to the dark side, he attempted to recruit other Jedi to his cause. What surprised us... what took us completely unprepared... was how utterly successful he was. Many Jedi joined him and became Sith, themselves. Why they did I... I will never truly know. But they did. Battle broke out throughout the order... pupil against master, we fought ourselves...
3. This isn't going to be more sad moaning, is it?
Jolee: I've often held the opinion that history has one basic flaw: it is seldom heeded. So go on and greet the world with your spite. Let's see where it takes you. You certainly don't need to hear any more from me.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
For some reason, Jolee isn't about to talk to you anymore. He will accompany you on your mission, but his thoughts and his story are his own.

That response completes this quest prematurely. Otherwise:

1. That must have been difficult. 2. But you exterminated all the traitors, right?
Jolee: Yes. More than difficult... next to impossible. How do you fight against someone you love? Jolee: Easy now to call them traitors. Tell me... how do you fight against someone that you love?
Jolee: Bah. I dislike such memories. It leaves a taste in the mouth that... it is a sadness I thought I had put aside long ago. Ask me again about the war some other time. Just... not now. I would prefer to be by myself for now.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
Jolee talked about the Sith and mentioned that he had been involved in the Sith War involving the infamous Dark Jedi, Exar Kun. It was obviously an unpleasant memory for him, however, and he told you to ask him about it later when you gained more experience.


1. Do you want to talk about the war now?
Jolee: Not particularly.
1. I'll ask you some other time, then. 3. You said you'd tell me later... so spit it out already.
Jolee: Hmm. Such a charming and persuasive manner you have there. Forget it!
2. Fine. Have it your way.

Jolee needs to be persuaded to talk:

Easy 2. [Persuade] No time like the present? Easy 1. [Persuade] Okay, here I am asking nicely.
Jolee: [Failure] *Sigh* I'm not interested in your demands. I'll tell my story when I'm damn good and ready… which isn't now, so shoo!

However, you always have at least 40% chance of success, regardless of Persuade rank or character level, and even if you fail you can just try again:

Jolee: [Success] I suppose you're going to nag me until I cough it up, aren't you? Nothing is private anymore, it looks like. *sigh* There's no escaping it, I guess. So be it. My wife's name was Nayama. She was the Ukatis enforcer who shot me out of the sky, if you remember.
2. Um... no, I don't remember.
Jolee: Bah. You got ears that work, don't you? I was a smuggler, way way back. I got shot down once over Ukatis. THAT story, yes.
1. What does your wife have to do with the war? 3. Are you going senile? I didn't ask about your wife, old man.
Jolee: No I'm not senile, dammit! Not yet, anyway. Hmmm... well at least I don't think so. At any rate, I'll tell the story the way I want to.
Jolee: My wife had plenty to do with the war. Upon meeting her, I knew right away that she was strong in the Force. That's why she was able to shoot me down. Nayama was a marvel of a woman. Fiery, determined, smart... she dragged me to the capital and foiled three of my attempts to escape prison. Oh, and that body...
1. The war...?
Jolee: Well... yes, that. Needless to say I eventually won her over. That was after I kidnapped her upon being broken out of the Ukatis prison, mind you. But uh, that's another story entirely. At any rate, I wanted to train her in the Jedi way. The Council refused my request, naturally. I was still a Padawan at the time. I was an experienced Padawan, surely... but not yet ready to be a full Jedi and certainly not ready to train another. Especially not one so old as my wife.
1. You disobeyed the Jedi Council? 2. So you're saying you were an idiot. 3. And what did she think of all this?
Jolee: I did. I wasn't the first and I won't be the last. The problem with self-righteous folk is they think they're more right than everyone else. Jolee: Easy to say so now. At the time I just thought I was right. Jolee: Nayama was intrigued by the idea of becoming a Jedi. She liked the idea of power too much, perhaps, but I certainly didn't see that at the time.
Jolee: I believed in her and trained her in secret. I ignored her willful nature... I loved her too much to see fault in her. And she loved me, too. I know she did. At the time, our love was a shared bliss... better than anything I had known before or since.
1. So what happened?
Jolee: Exar Kun is what happened. Nayama was inspired by Exar's promises of a new Golden Age. She wanted to join him. She came to me, pleading with me to throw aside what she called the decrepit trappings of the Jedi... to join her in Exar's war.
1. So she had fallen to the dark side? 3. What did you do? 2. So you killed her, of course.
Jolee: I... hadn't thought so. Not right then. I was too proud to believe that of her. I had trained her myself... I loved her. Jolee: No of course I didn't kill her. How could I? I pleaded with her to reconsider, to think about what she was doing.
Jolee: I pleaded with her to reconsider, to think about all that she was throwing away... to think about what she would become.
Jolee: She would have none of it. Finally, in frustration, she attacked me. She drew her lightsaber and attempted to strike me down. It was a scene being repeated everywhere throughout the galaxy. Pupil against master. In my case... it was a long and terrible battle, but I defeated her.
1. You killed her?
Jolee: No... no. I had her at my mercy, disarmed and defenseless. She looked up at me and she knew... she knew I couldn't do it.
1. I don't think I could have, either. 2. But... she was a Sith then, right? 3. You were a fool.
Jolee: But I should have. Sometimes I convince myself otherwise... but it's no use. She had fallen to the dark side when she raised her saber against me. Jolee: Yes. I think she truly fell the moment she raised up her saber against me. I have played that instant in my head... so many times. Jolee: Was I? Sometimes I convince myself that I couldn't have done otherwise... that I couldn't have seen that she had truly fallen to the dark side. But, yes, I was a fool.
Jolee: And I let her go. To my shame, she went on to kill many Jedi during the war until she, herself, was slain in the final battle. I grieved for her death, inevitable as it was, even as the Jedi Council put me on trial for my actions once the war was over.
1. They put you on trial?
Jolee: I had trained Nayama against their wishes. I had failed to kill her when I had the chance, and she went on to kill others. Not to mention that I had remained a Padawan throughout the war. A formality, perhaps, but with the trial it had to be decided if I was worthy to become a Jeid at all. It was a travesty, of course. I told you that even the Jedi were capable of great injustices, didn't I?
1. So that's the source of all this bitterness? They found you guilty? 2. So you think you didn't deserve to be punished? 3. I can't believe they tried you for that!
Jolee: Not at all. Jolee: Of course I deserved to be punished. Jolee: But I deserved to be tried.
Jolee: They found me innocent. Even though I... deserved every punishment and more... they let me go. Mitigating circumstances, they said. I deserved compassion, they said. They said I had learned wisdom the hard way. For all I had done during the war, they wished to raise me to full Jedi status at long last. That... that was when the Jedi left me. That was when they failed me.
1. I don't understand... 2. No, you're wrong! You did deserve compassion! 3. You should have been happy you got off.
Jolee: No. Maybe you don't, at that. Jolee: For my pride? For my cowardice? Which do you think is the act more befitting a Jedi?
Jolee: They may have been able to forgive me. I... could never forgive myself.
1. And you still believe love is worth the risk?
Jolee: I... Yes, I do, I suppose. Does that surprise you? Ahhh... it is so long ago. Lost in the winds, I suppose. Nobody cares what an old man believes anymore, do they? Let's continue on with the task at hand. I would prefer to think of the present today.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You successfully convinced Jolee to talk about the Sith War, how his wife turned to the dark side... and how he ultimately abandoned the order for not holding him as responsible for her actions as he held himself. You might be able to ask him more about his past a little later, once you have gained more experience.


1. So when did you go to Kashyyyk?
Jolee: Oh, that was not until many years later, to tell the truth. I spent quite some time wandering the galaxy.
1. The Jedi just let you go? 2. You were adventuring again, I take it? 3. Let me guess. Traveling from planet to planet, doing good deeds...
Jolee: Why wouldn't they? I had refused my promotion to Jedi... I was a Padawan who had left the Order, nothing more. I traveled from one civilized system to the next, never staying long. I don't even think I knew what I was searching for. Jolee: Nothing so extravagant. I merely traveled from place to place... I don't even think I knew what I was searching for.
Jolee: It wasn't as if my travels were pleasant, either. There were plenty of folks who distrusted the Jedi after the war... or worse.
1. Worse? What could be worse? 2. With good reason, I imagine. 3. I don't see why you were wandering in the first place.
Jolee: I suppose so. Not everyone would understand why the Jedi would suddenly start killing themselves and tearing up half the galaxy, would they? Jolee: I was lost. I couldn't conceive of returning to the Jedi, so what would you propose I'd done?
Jolee: If people weren't treating me with suspicion, they were looking at me with greed. I don't know how many thought they could make use of me for their own ends. I got so sick of the treachery and deceit I left the civilized parts of the galaxy and headed instead for the uncivilized parts.
1. So that's when you went to Kashyyyk?
Jolee: Actually I was on my way somewhere else when I crash-landed on Kashyyyk. The ship I was using was a rust-bucket.
1. You survived a crash-landing on Kashyyyk?
Jolee: I'd taken some damage passing through an unexpected asteroid field, as I recall, but I wasn't completely without some systems. I could still guide her a bit when I crashed. It wasn't what I would call the smoothest landing, especially considering I ended up smack in the depths of the Shadowlands. But I lived.
2. Why didn't you just fix your ship and keep going?
Jolee: Hmph. I'm no mechanic. And besides, after you plunge nose-first into the trunk of a five-kilometer high tree, chances are you don't have much ship left.
3. So you crashed... and stayed?
Jolee: Sure, why not? It seemed like an interesting enough place to spend a couple of decades exploring.
1. How did you survive in the Shadowlands?
Jolee: Hmmm. That was a challenge at first. You've seen the kind of creatures that exist down there... and you missed the really big ones. I was still able to rely on the Force to keep me safe for the most part. The rest of the trick is keeping out of the way of most of the predators.
1. It couldn't have been easy.
Jolee: No, that's true. Still... most of the creatures grew accustomed to me, and I to them. At least none of them ever heard of a Jedi.
2. You're completely insane, you know that?
Jolee: Bah, what do you know? I'd done enough wandering by that point, thank you very much. I felt at peace in the Shadowlands.
3. And the Wookiees didn't mind your presence?
Jolee: They did at first, oh yes. I can't say I was overly pleased to encounter a group of indigenous giant carpets either, I can assure you of that.
1. Did you fight them? 2. You seemed on fairly peaceful terms with them. 3. You could have ruled them, you know.
Jolee: No, no. I was the intruder in their land, after all. They got to trust me well enough after a couple of decades of my aid. Jolee: Well that was after two decades of helping them. They certainly didn't trust me at first. Jolee: And why would I have been interested in that? You can't spend five minutes in a Wookiee village without coming out smelling like wet fur. No, no, let them rule themselves. They can screw up their history just like every other race before them. No, I helped them in other ways.
1. You helped them?
Jolee: When I could. I would assist the few young ones who would get lost in the Shadowlands or attacked unexpectedly by the wildlife. I must say... for a while there, the Wookiees actually thought I was some kind of benevolent forest god. Amusing, really. I set them straight eventually.
1. Why didn't you stop the slavery of the Wookiees, then?
Jolee: At first, when the slavers took to hunting down lone Wookiees in the fringes of the Shadowlands, I did my best to divert them. Later, when Chuundar made his deal I didn't see any point. I wasn't here to save them from their own sad follies, after all.
2. It sounds like you enjoyed being a god.
Jolee: Nonsense. I had no idea that's what they were thinking for a long time. I just thought they were being friendly neighbors, leaving fruit and such for me. Later, when I started to understand some of their grunting, I realized they would say prayers to the 'hairless one' before descending into the forest. Hmph. Hairless one. I used to have plenty of hair, I tell you. *Ahem* Well, at any rate, it took a few bruises, but I set the record straight.
1. A few bruises?
Jolee: I traveled to Rwookrrorro and met with the chieftain in front of everyone. Freyyr swatted at me just to see if I was real or not. I was real, and while it was a light swat, Wookiees are terribly strong. I was knocked out cold for a day. The Wookiees all thought it was quite funny.
3. Wasn't it all a bit primitive for you?
Jolee: Not really. Kashyyyk is a place you can feel very small in. It felt good to devote my time to helping people and living simply.
1. And you didn't receive any news from the outside? 2. You spent two decades living like that? 3. I still think you're insane.
Jolee: What can I say? I did it all for the Wookiees.
1. The Wookiees?
Jolee: The Wookiees. Well, okay, maybe I needed some time on a quiet and remote planet... but if you ever need a friend, an incredibly strong hairball isn't a bad call.
1. You are a very strange old man. 2. You sound quite fond of them. 3. I regret asking you about this, now.
Jolee: Why, thank you. You're not so bad, yourself, all things considered. Jolee: I suppose I am, in a way, despite the smell. For a race of gardeners, they've developed quite interestingly. Jolee: See? Now you know how I feel half the time.
1. Gardeners?
Jolee: You remember the alien computer, correct? Kashyyyk was meant to be an agricultural planet. The Wookiees were made for a reason. Or, at least, that's what I'm thinking. But I'm an old man who's had a long time to develop that opinion, so don't argue with me.
Jolee: At any rate, we should be moving along, don't you think? If you sat around this long in the Shadowlands, a tach would eat you.
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You asked Jolee a little about his time on Kashyyyk. You can ask him more about it later, once you've gained more experience.


1. So if you liked Kashyyyk so much, why did you want to leave?
Jolee: Are we back to *that* again?
1. I find it hard to believe you left the Wookiees just for some adventure. 2. I want a reason why I shouldn't just drop you off somewhere. 3. Am I really all that interesting to you?
Jolee: Hmmm... what's the best way for me to approach this? Ah, perhaps it's time for a little story...
1. Oh, no, not another story! 2. Couldn't you just answer the question for once? 3. Forget I asked anything... I refuse to listen!
Jolee: You just keep quiet there, you! I've had to put up with all your busy-body questions, haven't I? Well, now you'll listen to a story, dammit! *ahem* Now where was I? Oh yes, the story... you almost made me forget about it. Nice try, but I'm not that old just yet. Heh heh. Now, then. A young man sees a terribly venomous snake in his small village. Nervous, he watches the snake carefully until it leaves. The young man follows the snake into the forest. He clears the branches out of its path and helps it over obstacles. He even works to keep it fed.
1. This is a very long story.
Jolee: Shush! Many nights pass and still the young man continues to follow the snake. He even follows it into the sands of the great desert. In the desert, the snake eventually grows hungry. It turns and bites the young man, its poison quickly working its way into his system. Finally curious, the snake looks at the boy as he lays dying and asks, "Why were you foolish enough to follow me all the way out into the desert?" The boy looks back and replies, "Did I follow you? I thought I was leading you away from everyone else..." And then he died.
1. Am I supposed to be the snake?
Jolee: Well, now, that's what I wanted to see for myself.
1. That's a long way to come just to risk dying. 2. I'm not a snake, I can assure you of that. 3. Are you saying you're frightened of me? 4. And what's your judgement so far?
Jolee: I've come a long way as it is, and I'm going to die anyway so that doesn't bother me in the least. Jolee: Well, then... let's hope you're not the young man, either. Jolee: The real question is whether or not I'm as frightened as I should be, isn't it?
Jolee: I've told you before that you have a destiny before you. This does not mean, however, that your future is already written. They are not the same thing. You have the choice of which direction you take your destiny in. More than engine-sucking Andor, certainly... but even he had a choice.

Alignment < 40 means you've chosen to take a darker path:

Dark Jolee: So far you've chosen to take a darker path. You know the consequences of that… we'll see if you decide to stay your course. Jolee: So far you've chosen to take the lighter path. Can you stay that course, even through the challenges ahead? We'll have to wait and see.
Jolee: I'm not here to judge you or tell you which path to take. I'm here ready to offer you my help... should you ask for it. I do that because I think it's important. More important than remaining in my home and pretending the galaxy doesn't exist. That's why I'm here.
1. Thank you, Jolee. I'm glad you came. 2. But I don't need you, really. You're wasting your time. 3. I'd prefer you were safe... elsewhere.
Jolee: Heh. I'm rather glad I came, too, really. You're a fine young lad. I hope... I hope things turn out well for you. Jolee: Heh. I'm rather glad I came, too, really. You're a fine young lass. I hope... I hope things turn out well for you. Jolee: Hmph. So you say, but it's my time to waste. Perhaps I can influence your decision, perhaps not... only time will tell, won't it? Jolee: That's very kind of you, but while elsewhere may be safer, elsewhere isn't where I think I should be. Besides... what's an old man to fear from death, eh?
Jolee: Now, then... I've chatted enough for one lifetime. Let's get this show on the road, shall we?
Journal Entry Added Jolee Bindo
You've dragged more out of Jolee about his past than he probably intended... and he has no more tales to tell you, for now. Perhaps once your mission is complete and your destiny finally realized you can talk more.


Jolee may speak to other party members as well when both are in your party:

Bastila: Jolee, may I have a moment? There is something I wish to speak to you about.
Jolee: Yep, I figured it was only a matter of time until we had the whole "come back to the Order" discussion. Well, I guess there's no avoiding it now, so let's get it over with.
Bastila: I know you have... issues... with the Order. But you are a Jedi, Jolee. You command the Force. Without the guidance of the Council how can you avoid falling to the dark side?
Jolee: Well, I've managed to avoid it the last 20 years or so. Besides, light side, dark side: they don't mean the same to me as they do to you. I don't see in absolutes.
1. Malak and the Sith are evil, Jolee! Surely you can see that. 2. So you don't have a problem with Malak and the Sith? 3. Of course! Malak isn't evil, he's just misunderstood!
Jolee: I want to stop Malak as much as anyone. But I don't have to join the Order to do it. Look at Carth, or Canderous. They're with us in this quest, but they aren't Jedi. The capacity for good or evil, like the Force itself, is in all living creatures. And belonging to the Jedi Order, or the Sith, or any group, won't change what you are at your core.
Bastila: I see you are quite adamant. No doubt you've had ample time to think on this during your long seclusion. I guess it was foolish of me to think I could sway your position so easily.
Jolee: Yeah, I'm old and stubborn. But I appreciate the effort. But from now on you can just think of me as any other non-Jedi in our little group - with a lightsaber. And Force powers.
Carth: So, Jolee, you decided to leave your little hermitage in the forest and come help us stop the Sith. I guess you realized this was worth coming out of retirement for, huh?
Jolee: Yeah, that's right, sonny. The Sith are the greatest evil to hit the galaxy since, well, the Mandalorians. And they're the worst thing since Exar Kun. Blah, blah, blah, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
Carth: Okay, old man, you lost me there. Are you trying to make a point?
1. Are you saying what we're doing isn't important? 2. If you feel that way, why did you come with us? 3. I think it's pretty clear that Malak is the tyrant in this case.
Jolee: Malak is a tyrant who should be stopped. If he conquers the galaxy we're in for a couple of rough centuries. Eventually it'll come around again, but I'd rather not wait that long. So we do what we have to do, and we try to stop the Sith. But don't start thinking this war - your war - is more important than any other war just because you're in it.
Carth: That's an interesting theory, but I don't buy it. The Republic stands for something; it's stood for something for fifteen thousand years. And if it falls, everything will change forever.
Jolee: You believe whatever you need to to get you through this, sonny. The bottom line is we both want to stop Malak, so let's not get hung up on the details. Let's just get back to stopping him.


Even if you don't speak to Jolee directly he may comment during dialog when in your party, although unlocking this may also be conditional on others being added or removed, among other things:

Location Dialog Add Remove
Jedi Enclave Davin Kotras
Courtyard Elise Dark Side Points Gained Mission, Carth
Location Dialog Add Remove
Docking Bay Customs Officer Affect Mind
Davin Kotras
Anchorhead Sharina Fizark Dark Side Points Gained Dark Side Points Gained Light Side Points Gained Juhani, Bastila
Sandcrawler Mechanic Persuade [Success] Affect Mind Dark Side Points Gained Bastila
Iziz Bastila, Zaalbar
Hunting Lodge Gurke
Tanis Venn (female)
Swoop Registration Motta the Hutt Dark Side Points Gained Canderous Zaalbar, Canderous, HK-47
Nico Senvi Dominate Mind Dark Side Points Gained Bastila
Zoriis Bafka
Cantina Jawa Servers
Droid Shop Yuka Laka Affect Mind Mission
Dune Sea Tanis Venn
Anchorhead Iziz Dark Side Points Gained
Czerka Office Protocol Officer Dominate Mind
Eastern Dune Sea Komad Fortuna Dark Side Points Gained
Star Map All but HK-47, T3-M4
Location Dialog Add Remove
Czerka Landing Port Janos Wertka
Great Walkway Gorwooken
Village of Rwookrrorro Wookiee
Woorwill's Home Woorwill
Worrroznor's Home Worrroznor Dark Side Points Gained Light Side Points Gained Zaalbar
Lower Shadowlands Computer Zaalbar
Hall of the Chieftain Chuundar Dark Side Points Gained Mission
Freyyr Light Side Points Gained Mission, Zaalbar
Village of Rwookrorro Wookiee Light Side Points Gained
Location Dialog Add Remove
West Central Selkath Port Official Affect Mind Mission
Ahto West Elora
Judge Shelkar
Judge Duula
Elora Persuade [Failure]
Shelkar (Guilty, Death, Innocent) Mission, Carth
Nilko Bwaas Carth
Iridorian mercenary Canderous
East Central Ignus Persuade [Success] or Dominate Mind Bastila, Juhani
Sith Base Dark Jedi Master
Shasa Dark Side Points Gained Dominate Mind Light Side Points Gained Juhani, Carth, Bastila
Ahto West Shaelas Dark Side Points Gained Light Side Points Gained
Location Dialog Add Remove
Dreshdae Davin Kotras
Lashowe Canderous Canderous, Carth
Sith Academy Entrance Mekel Canderous or HK-47
Prospective Sith Dark Side Points Gained Persuade [Success] Light Side Points Gained Carth, Juhani, HK-47
Sith Academy Guard Canderous Carth, Zaalbar
Dreshdae Prospective Sith
Yuthura Ban
Sith Academy Yuthura Ban Persuade [Success]
Uthar Wynn
Lashowe Canderous
Tomb of Ajunta Pall Spirit of Ajunta Pall Carth
Tomb of Marka Ragnos Rogue Assassin Droid Carth
Sith Academy Uthar Wynn
Tomb of Tulak Hord Mekel Persuade [Success] Light Side Points Gained
Location Dialog Add Remove
Ebon Hawk Captured by the Leviathan
Prison Block Sith Guard Jolee
Ebon Hawk Escaped the Leviathan HK-47
Star Forge System
Location Dialog Add Remove
Ebon Hawk Mission Juhani
North Beach Rakatan Elite Warrior Carth, Canderous, HK-47
Temple Exterior Guide Juhani
Temple Summit Bastila Juhani
Central Beach Carth Light Side Points Gained Juhani