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After leaving the Secret Academy on Telos, your party gather in the main hold of the Ebon Hawk:

KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Now we're off that dejarik board of a planet, I say we burn sky until we see lines.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Breep-de-deet. Rreep-bewreep.
Dialog
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. What's with T3? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. That droid sure is making a lot of noise.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Breep-de-deet. Rreep-bewreep.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. What are you talking about? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Slow down - I didn't catch the first part. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. You did what while you were connected?
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Breep-deeeee-deet. Rreee-eet-bewreeeeep.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. You downloaded Atris' archives? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. The link worked both ways? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Maybe I'll keep you around after all.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dee-wreeet. Dreeet-deet-breeb.
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: What is the machine saying?
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dee-wreet-breeb?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. He said there was a holo record of my trial in Atris' records. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. There is a holo record of the day I was exiled. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. If you have the holo, T3, play it. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. Might as well show it. It's just history now.
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: We seem to have found it.

The holo record shows your trial before the Jedi Council on Coruscant:

Dialog
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vrook: Do you know why we have called you here?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. I came because I chose to, not because you summoned me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. You have called me here to answer for my crimes on Malachor V. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Whatever your reasons, speak them, or let me go.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: As Revan summoned you, so have you come full circle to return to the Jedi.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: Why did you defy us? The Jedi are guardians of the peace and have been for centuries. This call to war undermines all that we have worked for.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Is Revan your master now? Or is it the horror you wrought at Malachor that has caused you to see the truth at last?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. I realize that following Revan to war was in violation of the Jedi Code - and I broke it, knowingly defying the wishes of the Council. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. If you seek to punish me, then get on with it.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: It is good you recognize this. It means you will understand why you must leave us. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: Know that there is no turning back from this judgment.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. The truth is the Mandalorians had to be stopped, or countless more would have died. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. You were not at Malachor, and you will never understand. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 5. The truth is that no Jedi should turn from war - they should embrace it. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 6. I'd slaughter every Mandalorian if I could - except Malachor did it for me.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: You refuse to hear us. You have shut us out, and so have shut yourself to the galaxy.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: You are exiled, and you are a Jedi no longer.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vrook: There is one last thing. Your lightsaber. Surrender it to us.

You stab your lightsaber into the center stone and leave the chamber. The Masters all look at one another:

KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: Much defiance in that one.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: You were correct, Kavar. When she was here, I felt it. It was as if she was not there, more like an echo. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: You were correct, Kavar. When he was here I felt it. It was as if he was not there, more like an echo.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: The war has touched the youngest of the Order. Many of them have lost themselves in battle against the Mandalorians.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: We have not lost a Jedi this day. You felt it... she has lost herself. She is no Jedi - She walked Revan's path, but she was not strong enough. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: We have not lost a Jedi this day. You felt it... he has lost himself. He is no Jedi - he walked Revan's path, but he was not strong enough.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: I fear it is our teachings that may have led Revan to choose the path he did.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: We are not the ones who taught him.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: We take responsibility, Atris, not cast blame.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: The choice of one was the choice of us all. Revan's teacher intended no harm. And Revan had many teachers since.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Yet they all stem from the same source. Her teachings violated the Jedi Code and lead all who listen to the dark side, as they did the exile.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: You are wrong. The dark side is not what I sensed in the exile. Surely the rest of you felt it as well. That emptiness we felt... she has changed. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: You are wrong. The dark side is not what I sensed in the exile. Surely the rest of you felt it as well. That emptiness we felt... he has changed.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Whatever that wound was, it was of the dark side. We should not have let her depart. She will simply join Revan again, or perhaps worse. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Whatever that wound was, it was of the dark side. We should not have let him depart. He will simply join Revan again, or perhaps worse.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: What would you have be done with her, Atris? Be mindful of your feelings! This is not Revan who stood before you. This one walks a different path. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: What would you have be done with him, Atris? Be mindful of your feelings. This is not Revan who stood before you. This one walks a different path.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: No, although that may come in time. We let her go because we must. Where she travels, she carries her destination with her. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: No, although that may come in time. We let him go because we must. Where he travels, he carries his destination with him.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Malachor V should have been her grave. You saw it in her walk, and in the Force. It was as if she was already dead. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Malachor V should have been his grave. You saw it in his walk, and in the Force. It was as if he was already dead.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: No, not death. Many battles remain for that one, if what we have seen is true. But the future is a shifting thing, and she cuts like a blade through it. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: No, not death. Many battles remain for that one, if what we have seen is true. But the future is a shifting thing, and he cuts like a blade through it.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: We should have told her the truth. A Jedi deserves to know. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: We should have told him the truth. A Jedi deserves to know.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vrook: No good would have come from it, even if what you believed was true. There is still the matter of Revan, and such truths could leave us vulnerable on two fronts.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: Perhaps in many years, we will call her before us and explain what happened to her and how she may be healed. Until then, she must accept her journey. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: Perhaps in many years, we will call him before us and explain what happened to him and how he may be healed. Until then, he must accept his journey.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: But she may never discover the truth. And she will never know why we cast her out. KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: But he may never discover the truth. And he will never know why we cast him out.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vrook: Then that is the future we must accept.

The holo record ends:

KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Those Jedi sure like their secrets, don't they?
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dwoooooo.
Dialog
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Those last few moments after my trial... I had no idea.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Breep-de-deet.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Is that all there is? There must be more. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. So they knew what happened to me. They all do. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. If you find anything else, let me know. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Keep searching the archives - there may be more information in there. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. I know it could take a while, but keep analyzing her archives.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deeweeet Dreeet-deet-breeb?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. In a second - what else was in the archive? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. No, I'll examine it later.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deet-breet-beedeet.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. What about artifacts? Lightsabers?
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deet-breet-beedeet.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. She was obsessed with records. Why wouldn't she have a list?
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deet-breet-beedeet?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. That was a rhetorical question, sorry.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deeweeet Dreeet-deet-breeb?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Never mind. I'll examine it later.

Otherwise:

KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Atris has a list of all the missing Jedi? Sure, display it. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. All right then. Play the missing Jedi.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vrook: Master Vrook: Dantooine.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Zez-Kai Ell: Master Zez-Kai Ell: Nar Shaddaa.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Kavar: Master Kavar: Onderon.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Master Vash: Master Vash: Korriban.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Atris: Master Atris: Telos.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dweet?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. I knew all those Jedi Masters. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Those Jedi were all on the council that exiled me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. All of those fools were there when I was sentenced.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: A strange coincidence.
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: It is no coincidence. There is some larger plan at work here. And we are walking into it. This is too convenient to be anything but a trap.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. We have no choice - those Jedi know what happened to me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Be that as it may, we need their help against the Sith. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Fine, then I say we go find somewhere and hide. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. Then I say we forget the Jedi, and go right for the Sith.
KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: Lost Jedi
T3 found a secret holo-recording of your trial at the hands of the Jedi Council, and it also revealed the supposed whereabouts of other Jedi scattered throughout the galaxy – according to the record, Master Vrook travelled to Dantooine, Master Vash went to Korriban, Master Zez-Kai-Ell went to Nar Shaddaa, and Master Kavar went to Onderon. There is no telling if any of them are still alive, but there is a chance they know why you were exiled and know more of this Sith threat that pursues you. If you can gather them all, maybe you can kill them... or convince them to gather on Dantooine.

If your character is male, the Handmaiden now walks in:

KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: Those are Atris' records you have stolen.
KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: What the hell are you doing on our ship?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: I have come to join you. I can help you against this threat.
Dialog
KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Well, we don't want your help. Or any of your sisters.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: It is just me. And I am doing this because Atris believes you will need help.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Do you think we need help?
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: I think the strength of the enemy is unknown, but it is greater than five can hope to defeat without aid.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. I don't care - you're going back.
Influence Lost: Handmaiden
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: We cannot go back. The defense screens around the Telos Academy may have allowed your shuttle through once, but they will not let another vessel through again. I possess the codes for deactivating them, but I will not give them to you.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. I will take whatever help I can get. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. When you put it like that, then welcome aboard.
Influence Gained: Handmaiden
Dialog
KotORII Icon Kreia.png Kreia: Indeed? But of course - what does one more matter to our journey? I have had enough of this - I will be in my chambers.
KotORII Icon Atton.png Atton: Yeah, me, too. I'll be in my chambers. But since I don't have any, I guess I'll just go to the cockpit like I always do. If she's coming with us, she gets the cargo hold. Might remind her how fun it is to get locked up.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dwooooooo.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: General.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: The cargo hold is enough. I assure you, there is little I need. I will attend to myself.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Look, forget Atton. Take the regular quarters, we have enough room. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Don't let them bother you - we've just been through a lot.
Influence Gained: Handmaiden
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: It is no matter. I am used to worse conditions. But... thank you for your kindness.

Otherwise:

KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Fine. Just stay out of our way. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. I know you're here to spy for Atris. So watch yourself. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 5. Not only are those going to be your quarters, but they'll be where you'll stay for the duration of our journey. Consider yourself under guard.
Influence Lost: Handmaiden
KotORII Icon Dialog.png Handmaiden: I will. If you need me, I shall be in the cargo hold.
Orphan White
Orphan White
Recruited the Handmaiden
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. [The Handmaiden has joined your party. She has Echani defense, which protects her against melee attacks, and is an excellent unarmed fighter.]

Crafting a Lightsaber[edit]

After T3-M4 has shown the holo record of your trial, Bao-Dur speaks to you in the garage:

KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: General, is there a reason you don't carry a lightsaber anymore?
Dialog
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Atris and the Jedi Council took it from me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. It was taken from me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. When my lightsaber is returned to me, I will bear it.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: That's not your lightsaber anymore. That belonged to someone who served Revan in the wars, not the person you are now. You could build another one - if you wanted to. But you know that.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. And why wouldn't I? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 4. Do you think I can't build one? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. I don't want anything of the Jedi. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. I'm not afraid of building a new lightsaber, if that's what you think.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I don't know, General. But whatever the reason, you should put it behind you. KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: The lightsaber isn't always a weapon of the Jedi, General. You don't need me to tell you that. KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I never said you were. But whatever the reason, you should put it behind you.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I know this - a lightsaber is part of who you are. Without it, you're not complete.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Very well. To begin, there are some parts I'll need. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. And how would we start? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. With the Jedi enclaves all destroyed, I don't know where to get the parts.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I think I can help you out there. I happen to know the parts you need.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. Since when did you become an expert on lightsabers? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. All right then, what do we need? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Where do we start looking then?
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I spent a lot of time around Jedi during the war. None of them would let me take their lightsaber apart, but I did learn about their construction.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: We need a power cell, emitter matrix, lens and focusing crystal, though I have to admit, the crystal is beyond my means - never did understand them. Those parts are fairly common, though a Jedi once told me that it's best if your lightsaber reflects you, and if it is constructed of things that identify it as your own. Just bring the parts to me before you get started building it, I'll make sure they're usable.
KotOR Icon Journal.png Journal Entry Added: Crafting a Lightsaber
You found a lightsaber energy cell fixture. Perhaps with some additional parts you'll be able to construct a new lightsaber.

Bao-Dur then turns his attention to upgrading T3-M4:

Dialog
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: All I'm saying is that you've gone for a long time without a memory wipe. Most droids behave erratically under those circumstances.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Breet-deet.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I know that. But I'm fixing everything else around here, so I may as well take a look at you, too.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dee-dee-dee-deet, breet, deet
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: What was that? That's what I'm talking about - that is not normal droid behavior.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Maybe he's just worried about your skills.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Deet deet deet.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: If it wasn't for me, we'd all be floating in space! I think I can handle a few repairs to your circuits.

Otherwise:

KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. What's going on here? KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Utility droids tend to have a habit towards developing personality quirks.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Beee-deet, bee-reeeet! Deeet, deet!
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I am not pushing you around. I just wanted to see if there was anything I could do to upgrade your functionality.
KotORII Icon Dialog.png 1. That sounds like a good idea to me. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 2. Don't worry, Bao-Dur probably knows what he's doing. KotORII Icon Dialog.png 3. Worse comes to worst, it's not like we can't pick up another utility droid.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Bee... deet? KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dwoooo. KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: Thanks for the vote of confidence.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: Thanks for the vote of confidence. KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dee-reet. Deet, dee-deet. Reee-deet, deet.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: Good. Now let's get started. KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: Yes, I'll be careful. Now let's get started.

Bao-Dur kneels down and starts working on T3:

KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: You wouldn't guess it from the outside, but it looks like you've been through a lot.
KotORII Icon T3-M4.png T3-M4: Dee... deet! Dee-reeet, de-deet.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: I'll bet. I'm all done with you - if anything comes loose, let me know and I'll put it back in place.
KotORII Icon Bao-Dur.png Bao-Dur: [T3-M4 has received a permanent +2 bonus to his Constitution.]

You now stand at the exit ramp of the Ebon Hawk.