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The forgotten gates
Legends buried deep within the jedi archives speak of 4
gates that link to the major catalyst universes, which without everything would
collapse, these gates are rumoured to be opened once every 1,000 years by
excess cosmic energies, and debatably the force, and these gates lead to our
universe 2 others and the mantel of creation also rumoured to be the origin of
the force, this philosophy has long been dismissed as long winded wives tales
twisted over the years but by chance a class 3 scout ship, long range fighter/courier
class, fell through one of these gates and fell into the mantel of creation
while emitting a high frequency pulse charge, for local authorities to identify
and track the ship, this is one of the biggest mistakes in history as the route
to the mantel was plotted on a star chart and transmitted to the jedi temple on
courascant, although the chart took ten
years to be received this set off a chain of events that brought about the wars
on the galactic scale.
When the information was looked at by the jedi council many
realised that this could be the most dangerous piece of data ever to exist, if
indeed the legends of the mantel were true the already powerful jedi masters
would gain limitless power even worse any wrong minor doer could get the power to
make all universes bow down before them, sensing that this information was too
valuable to remain in anyone’s hands the council agreed to destroy the data,
however some of those in the order disagreed and decreed it was their birth right
to have access to the mantel and so after much debate leading to no apparent answer
in sight 12 jedi abandoned the order in search of the mantel , these unknown
jedi searched for 40 years for the gates without success, finally settling on
the planet korriban these jedi vowed never to go back to the order they made
their homes in the caves of korriban, as yet untainted korriban remained a
fairly nice place to live, with red mountains and a few indigenous species and lakes it supported the ex-jedi .
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