Atton: Well, now that we just killed a planet, maybe one of you can tell me what's going on. Because between assassin droids, a Sith Lord that looks like he sleeps with vibroblades, and being target practice for a Republic warship, I was better off in my cell.
Kreia: The Republic warship was the Harbinger. It was seized on its way to Telos by the Sith - they sought you, Jedi.
Kreia: Yes... to aid in the recovery effort there. Many roads lead to Telos - including ours.
Atton: Not like we have much of a choice, the Peragus astrogation charts being what they are.
Kreia: It is where we must go... and where the Harbinger was bound before our unfortunate encounter on Peragus.
1. How did you know I was on board the Harbinger?
2. Care to explain how you tracked me down?
3. Looks like I didn't cover my tracks well.
Kreia: You were difficult to find, but... coincidence was on our side. When I learned that you were on the vessel, I knew the Sith would not be far behind. When we intercepted the Harbinger, it was crippled, drifting in space. It was a simple matter to board the vessel and rescue you. Unknown to me, however, the Sith were already on board. Just as we made the jump to hyperspace, they fired upon us, nearly destroying the Ebon Hawk.
1. How come I don't remember any of this?
Kreia: Whatever occurred on board the Harbinger had rendered you unconscious. Though your thoughts were faint, I was still able to find you... sealed in one of the cargo holds.
2. That's an unusual set of coincidences.
Kreia: True - but as one trained in the Force, you know that true coincidences are rare.
3. How did we get to Peragus?
Kreia: I do not know how the Ebon Hawk was able to make it to Pe-
T3-M4: Bee-deet! Beeee-wooop!
Kreia: Be silent! We're having a conversation here.
T3-M4: Bereeeedwooo, beee-de-deet. Deet.
1. He says he repaired the ship and got us to Peragus.
2. What part of 'silence' didn't you hear?
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. Another beep outta you, and you're scrap.
Atton: Repaired this ship, my eye. Next thing you know it's going to claim credit for saving our skins. If that little noisemaker says it repaired the ship once, then it can prove it by doing it again. Go on, get!
Atton: Maybe that droid noisemaker could make itself useful repairing the ship - for once.
Otherwise, you can ask why are these Sith looking for you:
2. So why are these Sith looking for me?
Kreia: Because you are the last of the Jedi. Once you are dead, then they have won.
1. I am not a Jedi, not any longer.
2. But I was exiled from the Jedi Order.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. The next time someone calls me a Jedi, they'll be lying in a pool of their own blood.
Kreia: Whatever lies you tell yourself are of no consequence. The Sith believe you to be a Jedi Knight, and that is all that matters.
Kreia: Exile or not - the Sith believe you to be a Jedi Knight, and that is all that matters.
Kreia: The Sith will dare to accuse you of such - they believe you to be a Jedi Knight, and that is all that matters.
1. But... last of the Jedi? That can't be true.
2. What happened to the Jedi?
3. The Jedi Order can't be gone.
Kreia: The Jedi Civil War destroyed the Jedi. By the war's end, barely a hundred Jedi remained. Many fell in battle... and many more were seduced by Revan's teachings.
1. What about the Jedi on Dantooine? And Coruscant?
2. But those Jedi who survived - what happened to them?
Kreia: The Jedi Academy on Dantooine is nothing more than a crater that echoes with the ghosts of dead Jedi. And the Jedi Temple on Coruscant lies empty. The waters in the Room of a Thousand Fountains have fallen still, in reverence to the fallen Jedi... and those now lost. Many Jedi blamed the teachings of the Jedi Masters for Revan's fall... and the civil war that followed.
Kreia: Many Jedi blamed the teachings of the Jedi Masters for Revan's fall... and the civil war that followed. The Jedi Academy on Dantooine is nothing more than a crater that echoes with the ghosts of dead Jedi. And the Jedi Temple on Coruscant lies empty. The waters in the Room of a Thousand Fountains have fallen still, in reverence to the fallen Jedi... and those now lost.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. If any survivors still live, we need to warn them.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 2. Then the Jedi are dead, gone... and good riddance.
Kreia: Perhaps, but they are Jedi no longer. If the Sith have not already slain them, then they will not help you, nor can you help them.
3. We got away from the Sith - now how do we stop them?
Kreia: That... is not an easy question to answer. This threat is greater than you know... and I do not believe it is a battle that can be fought.
1. If we don't stop them, they're going to keep coming.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 2. They're eager to fight us - I say we fight back.
3. So what do you think we should do?
Atton: Look - enough with the "we," already.
Kreia: We cannot hope to triumph against them alone. To stop them, you will need weapons, allies, and... a teacher. In the end, I fear it may not be enough.
1. What do you mean?
2. But we have no other choice.
3. Any enemy can be fought - and killed.
4. I will not run from the Sith, or anyone.
Kreia: You fought in the Mandalorian Wars, and it cost you everything. Are you willing to sacrifice as much again?
1. The Mandalorian Wars were my choice.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 2. If these Sith threaten me, then they die.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 3. This is self-defense, not war.
4. We must stop them. There's no other option.
5. Is there some place we could hide? Or run to?
Atton: That's the first smart thing I've heard since you two started talking.
Kreia: For a time, yes. Telos may be such a place - all our paths seem to lead us there. Perhaps there, if you are willing, I can train you, help you to survive a while longer.
1. Perhaps with the right training, I can fight this threat.
2. That'll give us time to get allies on our side.
3. And we let them come to us, set a trap for them.
In every case:
Kreia: You are not listening to me. This is not like any field of battle you have ever fought in. Think carefully on your choice. If you choose to fight, if you choose war, it is a path few turn from once the first steps are taken. It carries with it a terrible price. And in the end, you may find you have nothing left to sacrifice.
1. I have nothing to lose now - how bad could it be?
2. I turned away from war once, I can do it again.
3. If I do not try, then we have lost anyway.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 6. Only the Sith will pay the price - for crossing me.
Kreia: Pah, like so many Jedi, you hear, but you do not listen. You have much to learn.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 4. A Jedi's life is sacrifice - it is a small price to pay.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 5. If evil is not fought, then we sacrifice the galaxy.
Kreia: Your fool's words echo of a Jedi - you have much to learn.
Once you've heard or spoken long enough:
4. I've heard enough. None of this interests me.
Kreia: But we have spoken long enough - and my wound pains me. If you have other questions, find me in the crew quarters... there, we will speak more.
Kreia: My wound pains me. If you have other questions, find me in the crew quarters... there, we will speak more.
Atton: Hey, don't stop your long, boring rants on my account. I was just getting sleepy-eyed.
Kreia: Also, in private, we will be mercifully free from the opinions of imbeciles and fools.
Kreia retires to the privacy of the port dormitory. If you try to speak to Atton again before her, then he just repeats the following, although you can only move closer to the light side of the Force once:
Atton: Look, uh, not like I care or anything, but you might want to go check on our passenger - especially with that hand of hers.
1. She seemed well enough for someone who had just lost her hand.
2. I'm sure she can take care of herself.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 3. You're right, she may need help - can you handle things up here?
Atton: We're on autopilot until we hit Telos. Until then, a droid could fly this thing. Besides, I think our passenger could use your help.
1. What makes you say that?
In every case:
Atton: I think she was barely keeping it together - I'm surprised she's able to stand with all that pain rolling off of her.
1. What are you talking about?
2. She didn't seem in pain to me.
Atton: Are you blind? If I were her, I'd be screaming like a stuck mynock. Well, I mean a very strong, manly mynock. I think she's just too proud to show any weakness... especially in front of you.
1. That's odd.
2. That's a poor assumption to be making.
Atton: Is it? In case you hadn't noticed, she won't say two words to me, but she'll talk your ear off any chance she gets. What you think matters to her... a lot. She wants you to respect her. Besides, we haven't got much else to do until Telos.
1. When did you get sensitive?
Atton: Oh, don't give me that. All it takes is being around people enough to read them. You should try it sometime.
4. I'll go check on her, then.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 3. You're right, she may be in pain - I'll see if I can go help.
2. If it'll shut you up, then I'll go check on her.
3. I'll go see her, then - if only to pass the time.
Journal Entry Added: Recent History: Bonus Mission You have escaped Peragus - you think you know enough of what transpired to put together most of the pieces that brought you to the facility.
If you try to use the Galaxy Map on the west wall to the right before speaking to Kreia again:
[The astrogation system is currently locked down.]
Exit the cockpit to the south and follow the corridor to the main hold: you may see T3-M4 moving around the ship, but there's no new reason to speak to him now (unless you want him to stop this). Exit the main hold via the west corridor to the right, and follow it to the port dormitory to the northwest. Speak to Kreia:
Kreia: Have you come for more answers? There is little more left to give.
1. When you lost your hand... I felt it, too.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 2. Your hand - is there anything I can do?
3. If you refer to your hand, the choice was yours.
Kreia: That does not surprise me - any more than you hearing my thoughts when we were apart. The pain, however, was unexpected; if I could, I would have shielded you from it.
Kreia: Of course it was. I knew what was necessary - and that I was the only one who stood between you and him.
Kreia: This wound... is a physical thing, and will fade with time. It was necessary... some things may only be learned from sacrifice.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. If I could, I would have protected you.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 2. I'm sorry for your loss.
Kreia: Save your pity. I am here to save you, not the other way around.
Influence Lost: Kreia
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. Then consider the pain a lesson.
1. Looks to me like you're the one who needs help.
2. Seems to me you need to learn to listen.
3. If we travel together, then we need to work together.
Kreia: I do not need your condescension, nor your lectures. If anyone needs training and guidance, it is you.
4. If I felt the loss of your hand, what would have happened if you had died?
1. The pain I felt when you lost your hand - what if it had been more intense?
3. And what if you had died?
Kreia: I do not know. I fear that... the consequences... would have been more extreme.
2. Then teach me to shut out your pain. Next time, it could be worse.
Kreia: I do not know if it is possible... and I fear that had the pain been more intense, the consequences would have been more extreme.
In every case:
1. More extreme? I felt like my hand was dipped in molten carbonite.
Kreia: Then the sensation you would feel upon my death might be less than that... though much quicker.
2. Like what consequences? Death?
3. Would it have been lethal?
1. Quicker? Would it have killed me?
2. Are you saying my life is tied to yours?
Kreia: Possibly, yes, and I fear it works both ways. I would not wish to test it... nor should you.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. What can we do? I don't want my actions to place you at risk.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 2. Then we'll work together and try to be careful until we can fix this.
Kreia: When battle is upon us, I suspect our minds are prepared enough to shield each other from the pain. I think we shall not have a repeat incident of what happened at Peragus.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. This link is a threat to me - and an inconvenience. We need to sever it, now.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 4. But at your age you could die any moment, especially considering the way you act.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 5. I will not allow my life to be tied to some half-dead delusional old woman.
Kreia: If you think a connection to one such as yourself gives me any comfort, then you would be wrong. I desire this no more than you do. It seems that at times of stress - and pain, if it catches us unawares, then the pain is transmitted between us.
In every case:
1. How could this bond have happened?
3. I have never heard of a link like this before, in holocrons, or in the Jedi histories.
2. Does our connection have any advantages?
Kreia: I confess its nature eludes me as well. But the bond is strong, and its roots run deep.
Kreia: It seems the Force flows easily between us - when one of us manipulates the Force to heal or strengthen ourselves, the other is aided as well.
1. [You and Kreia possess the Force Chain special ability. When either of you uses a Force power on yourself, the other gains the benefit as well.]
Kreia: A powerful technique indeed - though, as we have noticed, it has its drawbacks.
5. I think I've heard enough.
That is your first chance to end this dialog:
Kreia: I would see to that fool in the cockpit - and remind him of our destination. I would not want him attempting to veer from Telos.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. The fool has a name. I'd like you to start using it.
2, He's not a fool - but he does feel odd to me.
3. Atton isn't so bad, just... well, maybe he is.
4. I'll crack his skull into the bulkhead if he tries.
5. Will do. I'll go see him now.
Kreia: He is a fool and an imbecile, his potential lies downwards, not up. Watch that one. His thoughts are slippery... I do not trust him, and nor should you. Such a man serves himself first... and his "allies" next.
Kreia repeats that if you speak again, although you can only move closer to the light side of the Force once. You can now return to Atton in the cockpit, or you can ask other questions (this isn't necessary, but they cannot be asked once you've traveled to Telos: Citadel Station):
5. I had other questions for you.
Kreia: Ask, and I will answer.
1. So what do we do now?
Kreia: I do not know. The Sith struck more swiftly than I thought. And they will not stop until they have you in their grasp. If you fall, all the galaxy will echo it.
Kreia: It does not matter where we go - it is not the destination that matters, it is the journey. All paths will take us to the end, whatever it may be, and no matter how strongly we fight against it. For now, we are bound for Telos, and that is enough.
1. Where are we bound again?
2. Enough for what?
Kreia: The planet Telos, decimated by the Sith during the Jedi Civil War.
Kreia: Before the war, Jedi who failed their training were sent to the fields of Telos, to serve the galaxy... not as Jedi Knights, but as farmers and laborers. The destruction of Telos was complete - I doubt any Jedi remain. Yet there may be... echoes of their passing. We shall see.
1. And if we find no trace of Jedi teachings on Telos to help us?
2. That plan seems weak.
3. We don't have the time to scour an entire planet for Jedi relics.
Kreia: Then I am left with nothing more than we had already - my faith in you, and your ability to meet what comes.
Kreia: These Sith... they seek the death of all Jedi. As have all the Sith since the Jedi Order was first split.
1. First split?
2. There was another Jedi Civil War?
3. The Sith were once Jedi?
Kreia: Yes... the Jedi Civil War is not the first one of its kind - thousands of years ago, the Jedi had another civil war that split the Order. It was a... terrible thing. A faction among the Jedi abandoned the teachings of the order, following their own path. They waged war on their fellow Jedi, a war that raged across the galaxy. But these fallen Jedi were cast out, defeated, and they retreated to worlds in the Outer Rim. Over time, they took on the mantle of the Lords of the Sith. But in their hearts, they never forgot the Jedi. The hatred for the Jedi Order burns in their veins like fire, and echoes in their teachings. Revan tasted it... as Malak did.
1. So these Sith continue the crusade?
2. But these Sith seem... different.
3. Are they following Malak's path?
Kreia: In a manner of speaking... they are different from Malak in that they are concerned only with the destruction of the Jedi. For them, it is all that matters... all that ever mattered. It is a different war these Sith wage, a thing of silence and shadow. They strike from the darkness, hiding from the face of the galaxy, until all Jedi are exterminated. After all the Jedi are gone, then the galaxy is theirs, no matter whether the Sith or the Republic rules... it is the dark side that shall reign, unchecked.
1. I've never seen Sith... assassins like those on the Harbinger.
2. If those Sith assassins are the best the Sith have to offer, we have little to fear.
3. The Sith on Peragus knew some Force techniques, but they were extremely weak.
Kreia: I believe them to be the result of... special teachings. Their apparent weakness against you is evidence of this. Those Sith assassins can sense their prey through the Force - it is like a hunger. They feed... and grow stronger... when they are near Force Sensitives. The stronger their prey is in the Force, the deadlier they become. As long as you were cut off from it, you were able to evade their sight. But after Peragus, I fear that you will be no longer shielded from their eyes or the eyes of their masters. The stronger you grow, the more will come.
You can gain or lose influence and move closer to the light or dark side of the Force by asking about the following:
3. When we were on Peragus, I could feel the Force again.
Kreia: Indeed? And was it the same as before?
1. No... it felt... different. Faint.
2. It was like a whisper, at the edge of hearing.
Kreia: If my suspicions are correct, perhaps the damage the Jedi Council did was not as permanent as they thought. It is not an easy thing, to cut one off from the Force.
1. Wait... the Jedi did this to me?
2. If they were responsible, they had no right!
3. I don't believe the Jedi would do such a thing.
Kreia: What did you believe? That you suddenly lost your connection with the Force without reason?
1. It's not possible to cut one off from the Force. It's like deafening someone... or blinding them.
2. But to cut one off from the Force... it's like losing all your senses at once.
Kreia: Indeed it is. It is much like losing one's ability to listen, or being put into a deep sleep, unable to awaken to the galaxy around you. Such a thing has been done before, when Jedi have pronounced sentence on their own... and exiled them, as they did you.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. I don't believe the Jedi would inflict such a punishment on someone. It seems... too cruel.
Kreia: If not the Jedi, then what did you think was the cause of such a loss?
1. In defying the Jedi Order to follow Revan to war, I thought I had somehow lost my connection to the Force.
2. I thought I had lost it by my actions, by forgetting my training and the teaching of the Jedi.
3. I had thought the Mandalorian Wars the cause... I did much that I am not proud of.
4. I believed that serving Revan had... corrupted me.
5. I thought that the war had driven me to the dark side, and severed me from my powers.
Kreia: War leaves many scars, but rarely does it blind one to the Force. If anything, conflict and challenge may make the connection stronger, more intense. No matter what horrors you experienced in the war, no matter who you served, it is unlikely that the Force would be lost to you unless another factor was involved.
1. Can my connection to the Force be healed?
2. I would do anything to restore my connection to the Force.
3. Can anything be done? There must be a way.
Kreia: It is possible that such a thing can be undone. Still... even so, the chances of the Jedi undoing such a thing for a traitor... is a slim thing at best, assuming they yet live.
1. But you said it's possible. How?
2. Slim is better than none.
3. But the Force... I can feel it again, if only slightly.
Kreia: Our link... may have had other consequences. Perhaps you can hear the Force again... distantly, through me. If so, then there is hope. I may be able to teach you, train you to feel the Force again. And if you will not allow me to help you, then other Jedi must train you... or undo the damage they have done.
1. But there are no more Jedi.
2. I will honor whatever training you wish to give me.
3. You? Train me? You can barely stand.
4. I am my own Master, I have no need of teachers.
Kreia: Then I am your only hope - as you are mine. We are a sad pair, you and I, to defend the galaxy against such a thing.
Kreia: Do not honor me, fallen Jedi - honor it by listening and learning. Do that, and perhaps we shall survive this thing, you and I.
Kreia: I fear there may be no other choice. The threat we face is grave... if you cannot defend yourself, then we have already lost.
Kreia: Life never ceases to teach, fallen Jedi... it is only when one ceases to listen that we grow still... and die.
Kreia: I offer to train you to become strong again, to know the ways of the Force, and to hear the Force sing within you as it once did.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. I would welcome whatever aid you offer.
2. I accept you as a teacher... for now.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. If your training brings me power, then I will listen.
Influence Gained: Kreia
Influence Gained: Kreia
Kreia: Then our training shall begin. Whenever I travel with you, I shall impart what I can to you, through my words and presence.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 4. I have no use for mentors... but a servant, yes.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 5. A long-winded scow in my thoughts is enough. Leave me be.
Influence Lost: Kreia
Kreia: That is... acceptable. Whenever I travel with you, I shall impart what I can to you, through my words and presence.
Kreia: Very well. The choice is yours... when we travel, simply leave me behind, and you shall be saved from my counsel.
Kreia: It is a tale you already know well. Almost a decade ago, the Mandalorians began preying on the Republic, bringing the fires of war to many planets along the Outer Rim. Their predations continued, on planet after planet, until the Republic finally begged the Jedi Council for aid.
1. But the Jedi Council didn't help... only a few of the Jedi Knights did.
2. The Jedi Council agreed but did not move fast enough. So we had to.
3. But only some Jedi Knights answered the call... like I did.
Kreia: Indeed. The Jedi Council counseled caution and patience to... assess the Mandalorian threat as the Outer Rim burned.
Kreia: Two Jedi Knights, Revan and Malak, defied the Jedi Council. They challenged the Mandalorian fierceness and brutality on the battlefield with a viciousness of their own. Revan's entrance into the conflict marked the true beginning... and end... of the war. It was Revan who drove the Mandalorians back into the Unknown Regions.
1. Until we destroyed them... at Malachor V.
2. The Mandalorians fought savagely - to the end.
3. Even in that final battle, we almost lost the war.
Kreia: Yes, I have heard tales of Malachor V... and Revan's part in it. I know you served there, in that final battle. It must have been a terrible thing.
Kreia: Yet Revan triumphed... but you know this, for you were there at Malachor V when the Mandalorians were crushed beneath Revan's might.
1. Many Jedi died at Malachor V... and the conflict split the Jedi Order.
2. Malachor V is in the past - let it stay there, forgotten.
3. I asked you what you know, not what I know.
Kreia: You speak the truth. The wars' end was merely another beginning, and what seemed a victory for the Republic was far from it.
Kreia: You asked what had happened, and I am telling you - the past sent echoes into the future, and what seemed a victory for the Republic was far from it.
Kreia: Many believed the Mandalorians defeated at Malachor V. But the Mandalorians taught the Jedi much through battle. And so it was that Malak, Revan, and the Jedi that followed them discovered their true natures in the Mandalorian crusade. But you know this.
1. I felt them fall - the war had consumed them.
2. But some battles must be fought. It was not Revan's failing.
3. And if I could, I would have followed them.
Kreia: Consumed them? No - taught them, defined them, yes.
Kreia: Did Revan fail... or was it the failure of the Jedi teachings? A question for another time perhaps.
Kreia: If you had followed them, then you would have learned the lesson of a follower. Perhaps it was fortunate you did not.
Kreia: As Revan and Malak fought the Mandalorians in battle after battle, they grew to despise weakness, just as the Mandalorians did. In the end, the Mandalorians had taught them through conflict. Shaped the Jedi. And turned them into a weapon - against the Republic.
1. And that was the Jedi Civil War.
2. What happened next?
3. Didn't the Jedi Order try to stop them?
Kreia: Revan and Malak and all the Jedi that served them turned against the Republic and the Jedi Order. Jedi fought Jedi. Revan was ambushed by the Jedi and captured. Malak continued to wage war in his Master's place, inflicting terrible wounds on the Republic... wounds that bleed still.
1. How were Malak and the Sith defeated?
2. What happened to Malak?
3. The Republic is weak. They couldn't have beaten Malak.
Kreia: As all Sith do, without a strong enemy, the Sith turned on each other. Revan escaped the Jedi and returned to finish Malak... and that was the end of the Jedi Civil War.
1. But what happened to Revan?
2. Does Revan still live?
3. Did the Jedi recapture Revan?
Kreia: No one knows... certainly not I. Korriban lies in ruins, Revan is gone, and the blade of war she promised to stab into the heart of the galaxy has withdrawn.
Kreia: No one knows... certainly not I. Korriban lies in ruins, Revan is gone, and the blade of war he promised to stab into the heart of the galaxy has withdrawn.
Kreia: No one knows... certainly not I. After defeating Malak, Revan left the Republic, and there are none who know where she has gone.
Kreia: After defeating Malak, Revan left the Republic, and there are none who know where he has gone.
Kreia: Where Revan wanders now, I do not know.
Kreia: It is said that the Sith remnants turned on themselves after Revan defeated Malak, reducing Korriban to ruin, as the Republic still bleeds and struggles for life.
1. So Revan saved the Republic?
2. You're saying Revan abandoned the war?
3. Revan turned against Malak - for the sake of the Republic?
Kreia: It would seem that way... from a certain point of view, perhaps. The Jedi Civil War left wounds that have yet to heal... we shall see if the Republic has the strength to survive.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 2. If the Republic is weak, it didn't deserve to win.
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 3. Malak and Revan should have crushed the Republic.
Kreia: Perhaps. It is sometimes... difficult to find truth in the Jedi Civil War. Was it the Republic that defeated Malak, or was it Revan? If it was Revan, then the Republic was never truly tested.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. Then we must do what we can until it has a chance to recover from the war.
1. So? What does it matter?
2. The Republic won... that is the only truth.
3. Get to the point - if there is one.
Kreia: A culture's teachings, and most importantly, the nature of its people, achieve definition in conflict. They find themselves... or find themselves lacking. Too long did the Republic remain unchallenged. It is a stagnant beast that labors for breath... and has for centuries. The Jedi Order was the heart that sustained its sickness - now the Jedi are lost, we shall see how long the Republic can survive.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. Can anything be done to help the Republic?
Dark Side Points Gained: -1 2. The Republic has avoided its fate too long - let them burn.
3. Perhaps it is better the Republic stands on its own.
Kreia: We shall see. The Jedi Civil War cost the Republic much - the resources of the Sith seemed limitless. The Republic's was not. Fleets of warships, soldiers and people were lost. Entire planets were decimated - their inhabitants dead... or refugees. It is a great burden for any civilization to bear. And this new threat... it is a quiet thing, unlike the Jedi Civil War. It drives at something deeper than the strength of the Republic. It is aimed at you.
1. This threat is directed against me?
2. What do you mean?
3. Because I'm the last Jedi?
Kreia: You see, the war, the true war, has never been one waged by droids, or warships, or soldiers. They are but crude matter, obstacles against which we test ourselves. The true war is waged in the hearts of all living things, against our own natures, light or dark. That is what shapes and binds this galaxy, not these creations of man. You are the battleground. And if you fall, the death of the Republic will be such a quiet thing, a whisper, that shall herald the darkness to come.
Journal Entry Added: Galactic History: Bonus Mission After speaking with Kreia, you learned what happened to your old allies - Malak and Revan - in the time between the Mandalorian and Jedi Civil Wars.
Atton: All right, all right! Cut it out, I get it, I get it. The last Jedi in the galaxy, I get the comedian who runs around in his underwear. Not that I'm complaining. Most Jedi wouldn't know a joke if it crawled up their lightsabers. Our passenger, for example.
Atton: All right, cut it out, I get...I get it, I get it. The last Jedi in the galaxy, I get the comedian who runs around in her underwear. Not that I'm complaining, mind you. I mean, compared to the Jedi queen of the galaxy back there, I'd rather be stuck in an escape pod for a year with you than her.
2. Well, she's been through a lot - especially considering her age.
2. Considering her age, I don't think she has a year left.
Atton: Good point. How old do you think she is, anyway? She may have been good-looking once, but it takes some hard living to make creases like that.
1. "Good-looking?" Are you that desperate?
2. If she looks good to you, you must have taken a blaster hit when I wasn't looking.
3. Hard living?
Atton: Hey, I just got out of prison. If we had a decent navicomputer, trust me, we'd be dropping out of hyperspace into the Nar Shaddaa Red Sector right now. After spacing that old witch of course.
Atton: Yeah, her face looks like it was plowed by crazed Ord Mantell farmers. Don't tell me you were too distracted by her personality to notice.
Light Side Points Gained: +1 1. Look, ease off the insults. She was wounded helping us escape, remember?
Atton: Whoa, all right, all right! Don't get mad at me. Hey, I didn't ask her to stay behind and get her hand cut off, okay? I mean - I appreciate what she did and all, but she could stand to lay off the insults herself, you know?
1. Getting empathy from you is like squeezing water from a stone.
Atton: Oh yeah? Well, how much water you get from a stone depends what planet you're on, sister.
Atton: Yeah? Well, how much water you get from a stone depends what planet you're on.
2. Are we still on course for Telos?
3. Let's focus on getting to Telos for the time being.
4. Just cut the chatter and stick to piloting.
1. Forget it. Just keep your mind on piloting this crate.
Atton: Like we have a choice? It's the only place Peragus had logged in their astrogation charts.
Atton: You call this piloting? This is nothing - if Peragus had any place other than Telos in its astrogation charts, trust me, that's where we'd be headed.
Atton: If you thought Peragus was dead, then Telos is a dying world they're trying to breathe back to life. We should be there before too long. You can check our course on the galaxy map if you want - it's on the wall behind you.
1. All right, I'll do that.
Atton: So... what happened?
1. To what?
2. What are you talking about?
3. Just mind your business.
Atton: Don't give me that. There were plenty of times back on Peragus where a lightsaber would have been helpful. So - where's yours?
1. Exiles aren't allowed to keep their lightsabers.
2. My lightsaber was... taken from me, by the council.
3. A Jedi is not defined by their weapon.
4. Let's leave my lightsaber out of this.
Atton: Oh, yeah? I thought a Jedi was supposed to be married to their lightsaber. Guess I heard wrong. Were you a single hilt or one of those double-bladed Jedi?
1. It was a single hilt.
Atton: Hnh. Figures. It wasn't red, was it?
Atton: Hnh. I hear the twin blades are harder to master, but they can make enemies stampede over each other running for cover. Lot of Jedi in the Mandalorian Wars used double-bladed sabers - a more aggressive blade, gives you more slaughter per swing. Hey, you didn't go red, did you?
1. Actually, it was - the crystal was redder than a laigrek's eye.
Atton: Great. Maybe you and that Sith Lord can have a party after we're dead.
2. Both the blade and crystal were unique.
Atton: Yeah, unique how?
1. It was a blue lightsaber - usually used by Guardians.
2. My lightsaber was a green one, like those of the Jedi Consulars.
3. A yellow lightsaber, a Jedi Sentinel's blade.
4. Violet, like Hurikaine gems in the sunset.
5. Orange, like Hasaq's sun.
6. It was a viridian blade, one the Jedi Order had never seen before.
7. Silver, like the streams in the Room of a Thousand Fountains on Coruscant.
Atton: Must have been something. Sure be nice to have it now - might make those Sith think twice before coming after us.