Codex/Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion

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Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion

Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion is a codex entry found within the Achievements: Datacrons section of a player's codex once it has been unlocked. It can be earned on the planet Ord Mantell and provides a brief background on certain events that would ultimately lead to the founding of the Galactic Republic.


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This datacron holds unheard of power and knowledge collected by an ancient race. You access its power and discover writings which are clearly only one small piece of a massive galactic history:"

"The Tionese Cluster, once a great civilization ruled by the despot Xim, entered its fading years as the Republic began its ascension. The third great power in the galaxy, the Hutt Empire, was also thriving. The Hutts used their criminal influence to control entire worlds, extorting and enslaving their subjects. Fear of the Hutts drove many worlds to seek membership in the Republic; truthfully, far more than the Republic could safely allow."

"Eventually, war broke out between the Tion Cluster and the Republic. Despite--or because of--the Tionese's lack of resources, the Republic found them a dangerous foe. In response, Republic spies quietly stirred up trouble between the Tion Cluster and their old enemies, the Hutt Empire."

"Facing a war on two fronts, the Tionese submitted to the Republic. The worlds of the Tion Cluster gradually came under the Republic's banner, finally ending their long enmity.

~ Star Wars: The Old Republic, Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion codex entry

Entry details[edit | edit source]

Galactic History 14: The Fall of Tion can be unlocked by interacting with a datacron located in a small hole on the beach, at Mannett Point, on the planet Ord Mantell.

Planet Ord Mantell
Area Mannett Point
Datacron [779, 132]

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