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{{Quote|I'm a Mandalorian. Weapons are part of my religion!|[[Din Djarin]]|The Mandalorian Chapter 2}}
A '''religion''' described an organized belief system held by many beings in [[the galaxy]]. Some religions were labeled as '''cults'''.
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A '''religion''', sometimes referred to as a '''cult''', described an organized belief system held by many beings in [[the galaxy]].
   
 
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Around the same time, more than 5000 years before the [[Galactic Civil War]], the holy city of [[NiJedha]] was built on the [[moon]] of [[Jedha]].<ref name="Atlas">''[[Star Wars: Galactic Atlas]]''</ref> The city hosted the [[Temple of the Kyber]] and came to be a site of pilgrimage for a plethora of Force religions. The Jedi Order eventually established itself on Jedha, as well, taking up in the Temple of the Kyber.<ref name="R1Novel" /> Despite its religious pluralism, the moon became so associated with the Jedi that it was proposed by historians as a possible location for the [[First Jedi Temple|first Jedi temple]].<ref name="TLJVD" />
 
Around the same time, more than 5000 years before the [[Galactic Civil War]], the holy city of [[NiJedha]] was built on the [[moon]] of [[Jedha]].<ref name="Atlas">''[[Star Wars: Galactic Atlas]]''</ref> The city hosted the [[Temple of the Kyber]] and came to be a site of pilgrimage for a plethora of Force religions. The Jedi Order eventually established itself on Jedha, as well, taking up in the Temple of the Kyber.<ref name="R1Novel" /> Despite its religious pluralism, the moon became so associated with the Jedi that it was proposed by historians as a possible location for the [[First Jedi Temple|first Jedi temple]].<ref name="TLJVD" />
   
===Age of the Republic===
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===Republic Era===
 
{{Quote|For over a thousand generations the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the Old Republic. Before the dark times. Before the Empire.|Obi-Wan Kenobi|Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope}}
 
{{Quote|For over a thousand generations the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the Old Republic. Before the dark times. Before the Empire.|Obi-Wan Kenobi|Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope}}
With the Sith seemingly defeated, the Jedi established their [[Jedi Temple|main temple]] on the galactic capital of [[Coruscant]], capping off an ancient [[Sith shrine]], which had also been the site of worship for a number of religious cults throughout the centuries.<ref name="Tarkin">[[Tarkin (novel)|''Tarkin'']]</ref> A number of religions prospered during the [[Age of the Republic]]. Though the Sith were gone, the dark side had its adherents in the form of the [[Sorcerers of Tund]] and the [[Yacombe]]. Many of their relics came to rest in the [[Bogan Collection]] in the [[Jedi Archives]] on Coruscant.<ref name="Jedi Lost"/>
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With the Sith seemingly defeated, the Jedi established their [[Jedi Temple|main temple]] on the galactic capital of [[Coruscant]], capping off an ancient [[Sith shrine]], which had also been the site of worship for a number of religious cults throughout the centuries.<ref name="Tarkin">[[Tarkin (novel)|''Tarkin'']]</ref> A number of religions prospered during the [[Republic Era]]. Though the Sith were gone, the dark side had its adherents in the form of the [[Sorcerers of Tund]] and the [[Yacombe]]. Many of their relics came to rest in the [[Bogan Collection]] in the [[Jedi Archives]] on Coruscant.<ref name="Jedi Lost"/>
[[File:Sidious Maul.png|thumb|The Sith revealed themselves during the Naboo crisis.]]
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[[File:Dooku-BFII.jpg|thumb|Dooku killed the Presagers of Hakotei with Force lightning.]]
In [[32 BBY]], however, the hidden Sith revealed themselves in the [[Invasion of Naboo]] when [[Darth Maul]] appeared to [[Qui-Gon Jinn]]. Though Maul was defeated and thought dead, the Jedi knew there to be at least one more Sith Lord waiting in the shadows.<ref name="Episode I" /> This Sith Lord was, unbeknownst to them, the newly elected [[Supreme Chancellor]] of the Republic, [[Sheev Palpatine]], known secretly as Darth Sidious.<ref name="Episode III" />
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The [[Presagers of Hakotei]]—a dark side cult that was obsessed with sacrificing living beings in order to receive [[Force vision|visions]] of the future—were also active on the [[Outer Rim Territories|Outer Rim]] planet of [[Asusto]], which was strong in the dark side of the Force. The Jedi had long thought the Presagers extinct, but some of the witches survived, and traded Sith artifacts on the [[black market]] in the hopes of luring a powerful Jedi to them. They succeeded in roping in a young [[Dooku]], as well as [[Jedi Master]] [[Lene Kostana]] and her [[Padawan]] [[Sifo-Dyas]]. Dooku ultimately wiped out the coven, marking his first significant step down the dark path.<ref name="Jedi Lost"/>
   
Sidious, with his second apprentice [[Darth Tyranus]],<ref name="Episode II">[[Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones|''Star Wars'' Episode II ''Attack of the Clones'']]</ref> engineered the [[Clone Wars]] to draw the Jedi into a [[Jedi Purge|trap]]. At the end of the war, despite the loss of Tyranus, he declared himself [[Galactic Emperor|emperor]] and reformed the Republic into the [[Galactic Empire]]. He then used his new apprentice, [[Darth Vader]], and the [[clone trooper]]s to [[Order 66|extinguish]] the Jedi Order.<ref name="Episode III" /> The [[Nightsisters]] of [[Dathomir]] were also driven to near extinction by Sidious as a result of the war,<ref name="Massacre">{{TCW|Massacre}}</ref> though a [[Merrin|few]] [[Shelish|individuals]],<ref name="Fallen Order">''[[Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order]]''</ref><ref name="Uprising">''[[Star Wars: Uprising]]''</ref> and at least [[Nardithi Nightsisters|one clan]] survived the purge.<ref name="Ghosts">''[[Ghosts of Dathomir]]''</ref>
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In [[32 BBY]] the hidden Sith revealed themselves in the [[Invasion of Naboo]] when [[Darth Maul]] appeared to [[Qui-Gon Jinn]]. Though Maul was defeated and thought dead, the Jedi knew there to be at least one more Sith Lord waiting in the shadows.<ref name="Episode I" /> This Sith Lord was, unbeknownst to them, the newly elected [[Supreme Chancellor]] of the Republic, [[Sheev Palpatine]], known secretly as Darth Sidious.<ref name="Episode III" />
 
[[File:Death Watch The Mandalorian.png|left|thumb|Death Watch saves Din Djarin during the Clone Wars.]]
 
[[File:Death Watch The Mandalorian.png|left|thumb|Death Watch saves Din Djarin during the Clone Wars.]]
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Sidious, with his second apprentice [[Darth Tyranus]],<ref name="Episode II">[[Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones|''Star Wars'' Episode II ''Attack of the Clones'']]</ref> engineered the [[Clone Wars]] to draw the Jedi into a [[Jedi Purge|trap]]. At the end of the war, despite the loss of Tyranus, he declared himself [[Galactic Emperor|emperor]] and reformed the Republic into the [[Galactic Empire]]. He then used his new apprentice, [[Darth Vader]], and the [[clone trooper]]s to [[Order 66|extinguish]] the Jedi Order.<ref name="Episode III" /> The [[Nightsisters]] of [[Dathomir]] were also driven to near extinction by Sidious as a result of the war,<ref name="Massacre">{{TCW|Massacre}}</ref> though a [[Merrin|few]] [[Shelish|individuals]],<ref name="Fallen Order">''[[Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order]]''</ref><ref name="Uprising">''[[Star Wars: Uprising]]''</ref> and at least [[Nardithi Nightsisters|one clan]] survived the purge.<ref name="Ghosts">''[[Ghosts of Dathomir]]''</ref>
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The [[Way of the Mandalore]], a [[Mandalorian]] religious sect, was implied to have been around at the end of the Clone Wars. Members of [[Death Watch]] raised the young [[foundling]], [[Din Djarin]] in "the Way" after saving him from the [[Separatist Droid Army]].<ref name="Chapter 8" />
 
The [[Way of the Mandalore]], a [[Mandalorian]] religious sect, was implied to have been around at the end of the Clone Wars. Members of [[Death Watch]] raised the young [[foundling]], [[Din Djarin]] in "the Way" after saving him from the [[Separatist Droid Army]].<ref name="Chapter 8" />
   
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===Imperial Era===
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[[File:Jedha SW38.png|thumb|Jedha was ravaged by the Death Star.]]
 
The Emperor and Darth Vader continued their purge of the Jedi after the formation of the Galactic Empire, going so far as to form the [[Inquisitorius]] to aid in hunting down any survivors.<ref name="Vader 6">''[[Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 6]]''</ref> Sidious also ordered [[Project Harvester]] to gather up the [[Force-sensitive]] children of the galaxy in the hopes of training them as [[dark side]] adherents to his will.<ref name="Harvester">''[[Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks]]''</ref> Even so, some Jedi survived the purge and went on to join other religions. For instance, [[Eeth Koth]], though he was later murdered by Vader, became a [[priest]] in the [[Church of the Ganthic Enlightenment]].<ref name="Vader 19">''[[Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 19]]''</ref> The Jedi teachings also lived on in the form of the [[Church of the Force]]: a underground group of [[Force]]-worshipers that revered the Jedi Order and fought to see them restored to the galaxy in the wake of the Emperor's purge.<ref name="Episode VII">[[Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens|''Star Wars'' Episode VII ''The Force Awakens'']]</ref>
 
The Emperor and Darth Vader continued their purge of the Jedi after the formation of the Galactic Empire, going so far as to form the [[Inquisitorius]] to aid in hunting down any survivors.<ref name="Vader 6">''[[Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 6]]''</ref> Sidious also ordered [[Project Harvester]] to gather up the [[Force-sensitive]] children of the galaxy in the hopes of training them as [[dark side]] adherents to his will.<ref name="Harvester">''[[Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks]]''</ref> Even so, some Jedi survived the purge and went on to join other religions. For instance, [[Eeth Koth]], though he was later murdered by Vader, became a [[priest]] in the [[Church of the Ganthic Enlightenment]].<ref name="Vader 19">''[[Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 19]]''</ref> The Jedi teachings also lived on in the form of the [[Church of the Force]]: a underground group of [[Force]]-worshipers that revered the Jedi Order and fought to see them restored to the galaxy in the wake of the Emperor's purge.<ref name="Episode VII">[[Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens|''Star Wars'' Episode VII ''The Force Awakens'']]</ref>
   
 
However, despite the persecution of the Jedi Order, a number of religions existed and prospered under the Empire. The cult of the [[Central Isopter]] was among the more notable. The cult consisted of [[Force-sensitive]] members who received visions of great [[death]] and went to those sites to revel in the carnage.<ref name="Star Wars 41" /> They were present at arguably one of the greatest religious catastrophes in galactic history when the holy city on [[Jedha]] was destroyed by the [[Death Star]].<ref name="Rogue One">''[[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story]]''</ref> The blast eradicated centuries of religious history and destroyed a number of sacred sites.<ref name="R1Novel" />
 
However, despite the persecution of the Jedi Order, a number of religions existed and prospered under the Empire. The cult of the [[Central Isopter]] was among the more notable. The cult consisted of [[Force-sensitive]] members who received visions of great [[death]] and went to those sites to revel in the carnage.<ref name="Star Wars 41" /> They were present at arguably one of the greatest religious catastrophes in galactic history when the holy city on [[Jedha]] was destroyed by the [[Death Star]].<ref name="Rogue One">''[[Rogue One: A Star Wars Story]]''</ref> The blast eradicated centuries of religious history and destroyed a number of sacred sites.<ref name="R1Novel" />
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During the [[early rebellion against the Galactic Empire]], evidence of the worship of the [[Mortis]] [[Force wielder|gods]] was uncovered at the [[Lothal Jedi Temple]]. Darth Sidious was aware of the Mortis deities, suggesting that both the Jedi and the Sith were at one time aware of and potentially worshiped them.<ref name="Wolves and a Door">{{Rebels|Wolves and a Door}}</ref> However, the temple was destroyed by Padawan [[Ezra Bridger]] after Sidious failed to infiltrate the [[world between worlds]].<ref name="A World Between Worlds">{{Rebels|A World Between Worlds}}</ref>
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During the [[Galactic Civil War]], both [[Obi-Wan Kenobi]] and [[Yoda]] trained a young [[Luke Skywalker]] in the ways of the Jedi.<ref name="Episode IV">[[Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope|''Star Wars'' Episode IV ''A New Hope'']]</ref><ref name="Episode V">[[Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back|''Star Wars'' Episode V ''The Empire Strikes Back'']]</ref> Though Luke fought in the war, he also scoured the galaxy to recover lost Jedi lore. Much of the surviving records of the Jedi, which weren't obtained or destroyed by the Empire, were hoarded by criminals such as the [[Hutt]] [[crime lord]] [[Grakkus Jahibakti Tingi]].<ref name="Star Wars 9">''[[Star Wars 9]]''</ref> He also discovered a [[Jocasta Nu's school|school]] left behind by Jedi Master [[Jocasta Nu]], which contained countless [[Jedi holocron]]s.<ref name="Darth Vader 10">''[[Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 10]]''</ref> After completing his training, Luke went on to avenge the Jedi Order by redeeming his father, Anakin Skywalker, who destroyed the Sith by killing Darth Sidious at the [[Battle of Endor]].<ref name="Episode VI">[[Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi|''Star Wars'' Episode VI ''Return of the Jedi'']]</ref>
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"I'm a Mandalorian. Weapons are part of my religion!"
Din Djarin[src]

A religion, sometimes referred to as a cult, described an organized belief system held by many beings in the galaxy.

Description

"Like me, they are all that remains of the Jedi religion."
Luke Skywalker, to Rey[src]
Jedha city

Jedha City: a pilgrimage place for many religious traditions.

Religion usually referred to a being's spiritual beliefs and might include some belief in an afterlife.[1] They also might include the belief in a god or the Force, though this was not always the case.[2] For instance, Mandalorian adherents to the Way of the Mandalore appeared not to show any reverence towards a god or the Force, and instead cherished weaponry, honor, and their armor.[3] The people of Serenno worshiped seven gods.[4] The Central Isopter, on the other hand, worshiped death.[5] Many religions followed some form of creed or code.[6] The Jedi Order adhered to its Jedi Code,[7] while their enemies, the Sith, followed the Code of the Sith.[8] Likewise, many religions followed a foundational set of scriptures,[9] such as the sacred Jedi texts observed by members of the Jedi Order.[10] The Order of the Esoteric Pulsar followed the Book of Stars.[2]

Central Isopter cultists - Topps

Central Isopter cultists

Whenever a religion fell outside the mainstream, it was often referred to as a "cult." Many of the known cults in the galaxy adhered to the dark side of the Force, making following them even more stigmatized. In the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, multiple Sith cults emerged to worship the deposed and presumed deceased Sith Lord Darth Sidious and his apprentice Darth Vader. Among these were the the Acolytes of the Beyond, Alazmec of Winsit, and the Sith Eternal.[9] Similarly, it was possible for splinter groups to form within religions who disagreed with the orthodox members of their orders. An example of this was the Ordu Aspectu, a Jedi heresy, who disagreed with the violence perpetrated by the Jedi Order.[11] However, the orthodox Jedi eventually destroyed the sect.[12]

Many religions had sites scattered throughout the galaxy that were holy or sacred to them. Jedha City was a gathering place for a plethora of the galaxy's Force-based religions up until its destruction by the first Death Star.[2] Ilum was a sacred planet for the Jedi Order, where they would harvest kyber crystals for their lightsabers;[13] and Moraband was a dark but sacred world to the Sith and was home to their burial grounds.[14]

History

Ancient past

"Once we were brothers in the Force. But from the Hundred-Year Darkness were born the Sith."
―A Jedi[src]
DarthBane-SWFC

Darth Bane carried on the Sith religion after it was thought to be eradicated by the Jedi.

At some point in the ancient past, the Prime Jedi created the Jedi Order on Ahch-To.[15] The sacred Jedi texts, written at the dawn of the Jedi Order, contained some of the earliest religious texts to reference the Force. The Rammahgon in particular contained a number of conflicting origin stories for both the universe and the Force.[9] Soon, the Jedi Order took to the stars, settling on Ossus and Tython among other worlds.[15] At some unknown point, Ahch-To was abandoned by the Jedi and left in the hands of the Caretakers.[16]

Their ancient dark side enemies, the Sith, were later born from a schism in the Order led by an unidentified rogue Jedi during the Hundred-Year Darkness.[17] Conflict between these two Force religions would lead to countless wars that resulted in the theocratic Sith Empire in control of the galaxy. However, ultimately, the Jedi defeated their enemies and thought them to be extinct.[18] Afterwards, the Galactic Republic sought to scrub history clean of all mentions of the Sith religion,[9] even forbidding protocol droids from translating their runic language.[19] However, the Sith Lord Darth Bane carried on the Sith religion in the form of the Rule of Two, allowing it to survive its supposed extinction.[14]

Temple of the Whills - RO trailer

The Temple of the Kyber: a holy site in the Holy City on Jedha.

The ancient Jedi also fought a religious civil war with a splinter group, the Ordu Aspectu, who disagreed with the orthodox members of the Order over the violence they perceived was perpetrated by the Jedi. Galactic historians differ on what ultimately caused the conflict between the two sects of the Jedi Order, but, in the end, the rogue Jedi Rur and his followers were wiped out by the orthodox Jedi.[11]

Around the same time, more than 5000 years before the Galactic Civil War, the holy city of NiJedha was built on the moon of Jedha.[20] The city hosted the Temple of the Kyber and came to be a site of pilgrimage for a plethora of Force religions. The Jedi Order eventually established itself on Jedha, as well, taking up in the Temple of the Kyber.[2] Despite its religious pluralism, the moon became so associated with the Jedi that it was proposed by historians as a possible location for the first Jedi temple.[15]

Republic Era

"For over a thousand generations the Jedi Knights were the guardians of peace and justice in the Old Republic. Before the dark times. Before the Empire."
―Obi-Wan Kenobi[src]

With the Sith seemingly defeated, the Jedi established their main temple on the galactic capital of Coruscant, capping off an ancient Sith shrine, which had also been the site of worship for a number of religious cults throughout the centuries.[21] A number of religions prospered during the Republic Era. Though the Sith were gone, the dark side had its adherents in the form of the Sorcerers of Tund and the Yacombe. Many of their relics came to rest in the Bogan Collection in the Jedi Archives on Coruscant.[4]

Dooku-BFII

Dooku killed the Presagers of Hakotei with Force lightning.

The Presagers of Hakotei—a dark side cult that was obsessed with sacrificing living beings in order to receive visions of the future—were also active on the Outer Rim planet of Asusto, which was strong in the dark side of the Force. The Jedi had long thought the Presagers extinct, but some of the witches survived, and traded Sith artifacts on the black market in the hopes of luring a powerful Jedi to them. They succeeded in roping in a young Dooku, as well as Jedi Master Lene Kostana and her Padawan Sifo-Dyas. Dooku ultimately wiped out the coven, marking his first significant step down the dark path.[4]

In 32 BBY the hidden Sith revealed themselves in the Invasion of Naboo when Darth Maul appeared to Qui-Gon Jinn. Though Maul was defeated and thought dead, the Jedi knew there to be at least one more Sith Lord waiting in the shadows.[7] This Sith Lord was, unbeknownst to them, the newly elected Supreme Chancellor of the Republic, Sheev Palpatine, known secretly as Darth Sidious.[1]

Death Watch The Mandalorian

Death Watch saves Din Djarin during the Clone Wars.

Sidious, with his second apprentice Darth Tyranus,[22] engineered the Clone Wars to draw the Jedi into a trap. At the end of the war, despite the loss of Tyranus, he declared himself emperor and reformed the Republic into the Galactic Empire. He then used his new apprentice, Darth Vader, and the clone troopers to extinguish the Jedi Order.[1] The Nightsisters of Dathomir were also driven to near extinction by Sidious as a result of the war,[23] though a few individuals,[24][25] and at least one clan survived the purge.[26]

The Way of the Mandalore, a Mandalorian religious sect, was implied to have been around at the end of the Clone Wars. Members of Death Watch raised the young foundling, Din Djarin in "the Way" after saving him from the Separatist Droid Army.[6]

Imperial Era

Jedha SW38

Jedha was ravaged by the Death Star.

The Emperor and Darth Vader continued their purge of the Jedi after the formation of the Galactic Empire, going so far as to form the Inquisitorius to aid in hunting down any survivors.[27] Sidious also ordered Project Harvester to gather up the Force-sensitive children of the galaxy in the hopes of training them as dark side adherents to his will.[28] Even so, some Jedi survived the purge and went on to join other religions. For instance, Eeth Koth, though he was later murdered by Vader, became a priest in the Church of the Ganthic Enlightenment.[29] The Jedi teachings also lived on in the form of the Church of the Force: a underground group of Force-worshipers that revered the Jedi Order and fought to see them restored to the galaxy in the wake of the Emperor's purge.[30]

However, despite the persecution of the Jedi Order, a number of religions existed and prospered under the Empire. The cult of the Central Isopter was among the more notable. The cult consisted of Force-sensitive members who received visions of great death and went to those sites to revel in the carnage.[5] They were present at arguably one of the greatest religious catastrophes in galactic history when the holy city on Jedha was destroyed by the Death Star.[31] The blast eradicated centuries of religious history and destroyed a number of sacred sites.[2]

During the early rebellion against the Galactic Empire, evidence of the worship of the Mortis gods was uncovered at the Lothal Jedi Temple. Darth Sidious was aware of the Mortis deities, suggesting that both the Jedi and the Sith were at one time aware of and potentially worshiped them.[32] However, the temple was destroyed by Padawan Ezra Bridger after Sidious failed to infiltrate the world between worlds.[33]

During the Galactic Civil War, both Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda trained a young Luke Skywalker in the ways of the Jedi.[34][35] Though Luke fought in the war, he also scoured the galaxy to recover lost Jedi lore. Much of the surviving records of the Jedi, which weren't obtained or destroyed by the Empire, were hoarded by criminals such as the Hutt crime lord Grakkus Jahibakti Tingi.[36] He also discovered a school left behind by Jedi Master Jocasta Nu, which contained countless Jedi holocrons.[37] After completing his training, Luke went on to avenge the Jedi Order by redeeming his father, Anakin Skywalker, who destroyed the Sith by killing Darth Sidious at the Battle of Endor.[38]


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Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story novelization
  3. Template:The Mandalorian
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Dooku: Jedi Lost
  5. 5.0 5.1 Star Wars 41
  6. 6.0 6.1 Template:The Mandalorian
  7. 7.0 7.1 Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menace
  8. TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Altar of Mortis (episode)"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: The Visual Dictionary
  10. Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi
  11. 11.0 11.1 Doctor Aphra 2
  12. Doctor Aphra 6
  13. TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "The Gathering"
  14. 14.0 14.1 TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Sacrifice"
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Star Wars: The Last Jedi: The Visual Dictionary
  16. Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Expanded Edition
  17. Star Wars 9
  18. Star Wars Propaganda: A History of Persuasive Art in the Galaxy
  19. Star Wars Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker
  20. Star Wars: Galactic Atlas
  21. Tarkin
  22. Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones
  23. TCW mini logo Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Massacre"
  24. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  25. Star Wars: Uprising
  26. Ghosts of Dathomir
  27. Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 6
  28. Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks
  29. Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 19
  30. Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens
  31. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
  32. Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "Wolves and a Door"
  33. Rebels-mini-logo Star Wars Rebels – "A World Between Worlds"
  34. Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope
  35. Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
  36. Star Wars 9
  37. Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith 10
  38. Star Wars Episode VI Return of the Jedi
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