Star Forge

Some articles on star, star forge, forge:

Calo Nord - Story
... character learns to be a Jedi, discovers a "Star Map", and learns of the "Star Forge", the probable source of Malak's military resources ... Manaan, Tatooine, Kashyyyk, and Korriban—for more information about the Star Forge ... Depending on the character's alignment, upon ultimately reaching the Star Forge he or she either defeats the Sith (the light-side path) or usurps control from Malak (the dark-side path) ...
Darth Reven - Biography
... Revan and Malak to search for the ancient Star Forge ... Built by the Rakatan Infinite Empire nearly 30,000 years prior, the Star Forge siphoned matter from a nearby star and could create an almost limitless number of ships ... The Emperor wanted to use the Star Forge to accelerate his plans of invading the Republic centuries ahead of schedule ...
List Of Star Wars Planets (R–S) - Rakata Prime or Lehon
... Rakata Prime is a planet from the video game Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic ... to as the "Unknown World", is the planet where the secret of the Star Forge is kept and the last planet visited by the player in the game before venturing to the Star Forge, where the game ... that vaguely resembles the Mon Calamari but keep and tame infant rancors, also from the Star Wars universe ...
List Of Star Wars Superweapons - Star Forge
... The Star Forge appears in Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic ... It draws matter and energy from a nearby star to create an endless supply of ships, droids, and other material ... After the fall of the Infinite Empire, the Star Forge was deserted and eventually forgotten, although a series of Star Maps held the Forge's coordinates ...

Famous quotes containing the words forge and/or star:

    Wit’s forge and fire-blast, meaning’s press and screw.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)

    Exhaust them, wrestle with them, let them not go until their blessing be won, and, after a short season, the dismay will be overpast, the excess of influence withdrawn, and they will be no longer an alarming meteor, but one more brighter star shining serenely in your heaven, and blending its light with all your day.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)