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[This story occurs during The Old Republic era]
Events occurring between 5,000 and 67 years before the Battle of Yavin.

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Short Story
First published in
Tales of the Jedi Companion:

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A Tale from the Dark Side
George R. Strayton
West End Games
Story published as:
Short Story (1996, 2008)

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Vara Nreem, a Jedi Knight who lived at the time of the Freedon Nadd Uprising and the Great Sith War, believed that there was no distinction between the Light and Dark Sides of the Force. She felt that there was just one Force, with various aspects which all needed to be learned. She once travelled to the planet Krayiss Two to learn more about the Sith magicks which used the Dark Side of the Force. There, after encountering an ancient Sith, preserved spirit, she realised that the Dark Side of the Force was extremely powerful, and that it was indeed a separate entity from the Light Side. The spirit showed her the forms of several Jedi Masters it had captured, and she tried to defeat it. She was consumed by the spirit of the Sith, forced to spend eternity wrapped in the pain and torture of their magic.

This story occurs approximately 3997 years before the Battle of Yavin.

Related Stories (in chronological order):

  • A Tale from the Dark Side

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