Known Jedi and Sith Temples

Reference Index

May Contain Spoilers

Jedi Temples

  • Ach-To – Believed to be the legendary first Jedi Temple
  • Anoat – Small temple
  • Brighthome – Station in the mid-rim that served as a Jedi outpost. It was seized and looted by the Empire; Darth Vader wiped out the clone contingent cataloging what was on the station.
  • Coruscant – Main Jedi Temple and council headquarters. Requisitioned by Emperor Palpatine and turned into his palace after Order 66.
  • Devaron – Destroyed by the Empire after Order 66
  • Ilum – Site of ‘The Gathering’, a rite of passage where Jedi padawans find and bond with their Kyber crystals. Presumably destroyed during Imperial mining operations.
  • Jedha – Ancient seat of the Jedi Order. Presumably destroyed when the Death Star fired on Jedha city.
  • Lothal – Found and seized by the Empire in 3 BBY. Contained a portal to a place in the Force with access to any point in time and space. (Rebels S4E12)
  • Ossus – Once contained the Great Library, but abandoned by the current era
  • Passvaal – Sacred place for testing Jedi and giving seclusion
  • Tython
  • Vrogas Vas

Other:

  • Lola Sayu, The Citadel – Republic built facility for holding rogue Jedi; built 500 years before the Clone Wars

Sith Temples

  • Coruscant – Buried beneath the Jedi Temple and excavated by Emperor Palpatine.
  • Malachor – Site of the Scourge of Malachor.
  • Moraband – Original Sith Order home-world. Contains the Valley of the Sith Lords
  • Mustafar – Powerful in the Dark Side according to Darth Sidious. A Sith cave, and temple, is there.
  • Yavin 4 – The ancient Sith enslaved the Massassi and forced them to build the pyramids. Later used by Doctor Aphra and her father to find the Eternal Rur’s fortress.

Other Religious Sites

  • Temple of the Whills – Looted by the Empire and then destroyed when the Death Star fired on Jedha city.
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