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"This writing… it's in the old tongue."
Ahsoka Tano[src]
Lothal Force script

The ancient script, etched on the sides of a door

An ancient script was used by practitioners of the Force, both light and dark, long before the Age of the Empire.[1] It transcribed a language known as the old tongue.[2] Inside the old Jedi Temple of Lothal, the walls were covered in inscriptions using that script.[1] Similar inscriptions could be found on the base of the Sith temple on Malachor,[2] in the tomb of Darth Bane on Moraband,[3] on a shrine near Maz Kanata's castle on Takodana and on many of the Massassi ruins on Yavin 4.[4]

Behind the scenesEdit

The ancient script seen in the Jedi Temple of Lothal is derived from a drawing Ralph McQuarrie made for the 1995 Star Wars Legends reference book The Illustrated Star Wars Universe.[5] In the context of that book, the mysterious script was etched inside the Temple of the Blueleaf Cluster, one of the many Massassi temples located on Yavin 4.[6]



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