The Force and Destiny rulebook from Fantasy Flight Games implies (but doesn't openly state) that this tomb is the resting place of the Third Barsen'thor (AKA the Jedi Consular character from Star Wars: The Old Republic). It's on page 352. --Darth Sarcastria (talk) 20:23, August 20, 2015 (UTC)
- Would you (or anyone else with the book) be able to post either the exact text or a photo of the text in question? It's most assuredly unintentional, but it'd be a cool tie-in just the same—provided the proof/implication is clear enough. — DigiFluid(Whine here) 22:16, August 20, 2015 (UTC)
Here's the exact text:
"Chandrilla's Jedi Tomb: Although his true name has been lost to time, the third Barsen'thor, or Warden of the Jedi Order, is thought to be entombed on Chandrila, somewhere in the famous Crystal Canyons. He was famous for a number of ancient diplomatic victories, and for an equal number as a battlefield general."
- His? It explicitly says his and he? Cade Calrayn 01:17, August 21, 2015 (UTC)
- Yep, that's what it says. "He." The quote is from Professor Bleys Harand, from his banned book "Rediscovering the Jedi" (quoted in the Force and Destiny Rulebook). It doesn't mean that the Barsen'thor was actually a "he," as the fluff text in the book is purposefully designed to be vague, piecing together rumors and hints from thousands of years of years of Jedi history in a time (the Imperial era) where such study is outlawed. Likely the Barsen'thor's gender has been forgotten, but that's just my speculation. It's one of the reasons I didn't want to add anything to the main page... too vague. (Plus, I'm new at this Wiki thing and don't want to screw anything up.) There is a LOT of this stuff in the Fantasy Flight Star Wars rulebooks... an editor with access to them might want to start going through it. Darth Sarcastria--Darth Sarcastria (talk) 01:47, August 21, 2015 (UTC)