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Galactic History 12: The Birth of the Republic 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:"

"For centuries, safe and reliable travel through hyperspace had been the biggest obstacle to galactic exploration. Finally, Corellian scientists managed to perfect hyperdrive technology on par with that of the ancient Rakata, allowing travel between the Core Worlds in mere days. Joined by trade and renewed communication channels, the Core Worlds signed an accord and united as the first Galactic Republic."

"The newborn Republic began exploration of hyperspace routes in earnest, supported by daring Duros scouts and eventually established the Perlemian Trade Route. This route connected Coruscant to many worlds, including Ossus, where the Jedi Order's enclave had been established centuries before. The Jedi welcomed Republic scouts with curiosity and interest."

"The head of the enclave, Master Haune Tiar, returned with the scouts to the allied Core Worlds. Impressed by what he saw, Master Tiar also foresaw the young Republic would need protectors. After conferring for several weeks, the Jedi pledged themselves as the Republic's guardians of peace and justice. The foundations for the modern Republic were laid.

~ Star Wars: The Old Republic, Galactic History 12: The Birth of the Republic codex entry

Entry details[]

Galactic History 12: The Birth of the Republic can be unlocked by interacting with a datacron located on Savrip Island, on the planet Ord Mantell.

Planet Ord Mantell
Area Savrip Island
Datacron [-657, -574]


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