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The Force power of Wall Of Light was one of the most predominate Jedi abilities. It was to form a light side Force-energy around any object or person permanent blockage which led to rendering the opponent unabling him/her to use Jedi Powers. Also it drew away the Dark side of the Force further away from the person or object. It was the most devastating attack possible using the powers of the light side.

This may be related to Force Light



This Article has essiental proof of existance in a canonical way. If you search up on that RPG book you will find it exclusively that "Wall Of Light" is included in it and also with Jedi vs. Sith: The Essential Guide to the Force. Please also see the Battle Of Yavin 4 because in that article previously before I edited it, it says "imprisoned beneath a wall of light side Force-energy." Which is exactly a long-form-name of "Wall Of Light". -Eddie

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This, directly from the narration of Tales of the Jedi: The Sith War 6: Dark Lord: The Jedi know this is the heart of their struggle against the dark side. Thousands upon thousands of Force wielders converge upon the small jungle moon. Exar Kun later goes on to say, But even I can't fight the combined might of all the Jedi. I am going to, again, change the article to reflect this.Tommy Dark side Master SWGTCG (Nine two eight one) 22:13, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

  • The article hasn't been changed. And providing the quote is all you needed to do. According to Wookieepedia:Attribution (or a similar page dealing with sourcing), contentious statements can be referenced with a specific ref note including quotes to support the info rather than a vague source, which is what I was asking for, since the figure was in dispute. Were that in place then the anon would have nothing to go on. -- AdmirableAckbar (Talk) 22:27, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
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