On the planet Tython, the Je’daii Order was an ancient organization unified by its belief in and observance of the Force, which they saw as consisting of three aspects: the Ashla (Light), the Bogan (Dark), and the Bendu (Balance).
The Je’daii Order was founded by the Pilgrims of Tython, who were drawn to the planet’s beauty and balance between the light and dark sides of the Force. Over the next thousand years, they built temples and centers of learning centered around one of the Tho Yor gods.
Era of peace
In 25,805 BBY, the Je’daii Order was founded on the world of Tython to repel an invasion by the Rakatan Infinite Empire, and in 25,793 BBY, they built Forcesabers and recalled Daegen Lok to lead them in battle.
The Force Wars
The Je’daii Order was torn apart by war in 25,783 BBY, and two splinter groups emerged, one of which held the Ashla as the main source of good power, and the other of which found power only in the Bogan. The Jedi would go on to defend the galaxy for millennia.
The Je’daii Order was a monastic order of scientists, scholars, warriors, philosophers, and artisans who were the sole inhabitants of Tython. The Order was governed by the Council of Masters, who met in person or via holoconference. Je’daii Journeyers were sent on an odyssey across Tython to visit each of the Temples.
The Je’daii built a great civilization, establishing temples, cities, seats of learning and healing, all centered around a Tho Yor. Akar Kesh, the Temple of Balance, was one of the most sacred Temples, and Kaleth, the Order’s meeting place, was one of the most sacred Temples.
The Balance was the Je’daii Order’s primary philosophy, which was inspired by Tython’s moons, which represented the light and dark sides of the Force, and living on Tython was viewed as a near-constant meditation and study of The Force.
Exiles on Tython’s moons were separated from other exiles by their cuffs and sentry droids, which illustrated the Order’s primary tenets. Those who delved too deeply into the dark side were exiled to Ashla and Bogan.
Behind the scenes
The Je’daii are like the Titans of Greek mythology, being beings of great power and ability who came before the gods; they are beings of great power and ability, but not all-knowing, and they struggle with the concept of Force balance, knowing that being out of balance affects their power.
Are je DAII canon?
According to the Force and Destiny: Nexus of Power, the Je’daii are canon again, which ties into the Force and Destiny Beginner’s Game, which made Tython canon again.
What happened to the JE DAII?
On the planet Tython, in the galaxy’s Deep Core, the Je’daii Order was an ancient organization unified by its belief in and observance of the Force. Je’daii who strayed too far to the light or dark were exiled to the respective moon to meditate until they returned to balance.
What is the last line of the JE DAII code?
I am the heart of the Force, and there is no fear, only power.
What should I read before the Tales of the Jedi?
I recently decided to begin reading all of the comics from the Star Wars Old Republic era, and I am now ready to begin the Tales of the Jedi series.
- The Sith Empire’s Golden Age.
- Tales of the Jedi*
- The Sith Empire’s Fall.
- The Freedon Nadd Uprising.
- Dark Lords of the Sith.
- The Sith War.
Who is the first Jedi?
According to the Legends universe, the first Jedi was Prime Jedi, who founded the Jedi Order on the planet of Anch-To around 25,000 BBY (before the Battle of Yavin).
Do GREY Jedi exist?
Balance is a difficult subject, but it has been confirmed that using both the starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Light_side_of_the_Force and the starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Dark_side_of_the_Force does not give one balance.
Who built the first lightsaber?
The First Blade was an ancient weapon designed by an ancient Je’daii Master known as the Weapon Master and kept on Tython by droids for millennia, serving as the foundation for all modern lightsabers.
How do you pronounce je DAII?
If/when you read the novels or comics, how did you pronounce “Je’daii”? I was torn between “Juh-dye,” as in “the-dye” (Je’daii), and “Jeh-dAh-ee,” as in “Hawaii.” Elsewhere online, people say they just pronounced it the same as Jedi.
What does the JE DAII code mean?
” There is no ignorance; there is knowledge,” says the Je’daii Code.
What is the Sith code?
The Sith Code, also known as Qotsisajak, was a mantra that expressed the Sith’s core beliefs. It was an inversion of the Jedi Code, a set of rules for members of the Jedi Order, and it taught its followers, among other things, that the strong should destroy the weak.
What is the Jedi mantra?
A Jedi trained in the ways of the light side of the Force, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, could find solace in the words of the Jedi Code’s mantra: “There is no emotion, there is peace,” “There is no ignorance, there is knowledge,” and “There is no passion, there is serenity.”
What is the Crystal code Star Wars?
The crystal code was a mantra recited by a Jedi while watching his or her student assemble his or her lightsaber; however, this was not always the case, as another tradition held that Jedi students should fabricate and assemble their lightsabers in private, without their master’s supervision or intervention.
Who killed Exar Kun?
Ulic, realizing his error, sought to assist the Jedi and assassinate his former master, but he led them too late to Yavin IV to kill Exar Kun, who, with the help of the Jedi armada orbiting the planet, sacrificed the entire population of Massassi so that his spirit could live on.
Who won the Great Sith War?
The Great Sith War was a conflict between the Jedi Order and the Sith prior to the Great Hyperspace Disaster, which the Jedi won, according to Jedi Master Oppo Rancisis.
Who killed Freedon Nadd?
Lord Satal Keto orchestrated the successful ambush of a Jedi mass-gathering on the planet Deneba, which resulted in the death of Arca Jeth, Freedon Nadd’s old foe.