December 11, 2012

Star Wars: The Old Republic

This story takes place 300 years after the events of the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, and more than 3,500 years before the events in the Star Wars films. A reconstituted Sith Empire, the survivors of the Old Sith Empire that lost the Great Hyperspace War over a thousand years earlier, return to the larger galaxy under the leadership of an immortal Sith Emperor and invade the Galactic Republic, sparking the Great Galactic War. Though the Empire achieved many victories in the early years of the conflict, the Republic eventually rallied and won several hard-earned victories, which caused the war to drag on for a total of twenty-eight years. Finally, the Empire attacked the Republic capital of Coruscant in what became known as the Sacking of Coruscant and forced the Republic to accept the Treaty of Coruscant, ending the war and beginning a tense Cold War. The Republic and the Jedi Order rebuild and recover over the next decade, while the Empire secures the territory gained during the war and rebuilds their war machine in preparation for the inevitable resumption of hostilities. Later, the tensions between the Empire and the Republic have begun to boil over, and proxy and side conflicts occurring across the galaxy only serve to inflame these hostilities.

Release Year: 2011
Game Genre: RPG
Film Genre: Adventure, Romance, Sci-Fi, War
Film Rating: PG-13
Created By: Yic17

Movie Series

Jedi Knight Edition

Prologue / Backstory:

Episode I: Hunt For The Emperor

Episode II: Shadow of Revan

Episode III: Knights of the Fallen Empire

Episode IV: Knights of the Eternal Throne

Sith Inquisitor Edition

Prologue / Backstory:

Episode I: Legacies of Old

Episode II: Rise of the Emperor

Episode III: Legend of the Outlander

Episode IV: War For The Eternal Throne

Sith Warrior Edition

Jedi Consular Edition

Imperial Agent Edition


Prequel: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Prequel: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords


License: Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.


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I like the video so far, but perhaps next time, should do the playthrough in sections. Eight hours is a bit much