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Great Dance, The
within the religious sect known as the Undying Flame, Yuuzhan Vong individuals worshipped the sibling deities Yun-Q'aah and Yun-Txiin, who represented love and hate and all things opposite in the universe. However, the two deites were equal and opposite parts of a whole, and it was this whole that was represented by The Balance. The continual attempt of the universe to achieve The Balance was known as the Great Dance.
Great Doctrine, The
this Yuuzhan Vong belief was developed to explain their superiority in their own galaxy. It allowed them to develop plans to invade the known galaxy, providing both the justification and motivation for the invasion.
Great Dome of the Je'Har, The
this huge Almanian observatory was built by the Je'Har race. It was destroyed when Dolph - under the pseudonym Kuellar - exterminated the Je'Har. Dolph took control of the building's remains and used them as his command center.
Great Door, The
this was the name given to the immense portal which served as the primary entrance to the Senate Rotunda on Coruscant, during the last centuries of the Old Republic. The Great Door was a work of art, formed from thick durasteel and decorated with the Great Seal and the seals of the Thousand Worlds.
Great Edge, The
this was another mystical reference used by Lando Calrissian.
Great Egg, The
see Cosmic Egg, The
Great Goblin, The
this Anx gladiator was forced to fight in the pits of Loovria for many years, until he was sold into slavery to a Hutt. During the two-day transport to Nal Hutta, the Great Goblin died of loneliness and terror.
Great Hoary Masmot Trading Station, The
found on the planet Toola, this Whiphid trading enclave is formed by two large structures situated near a hot spring in the tundra near the planet's equator. It was run by Haaken Barnar and his staff during the Galactic Civil War.
Great Lens, The
this was an expletive used by the people of Hosrel XI.
Great Library of the Jedi
located on the planet Ossus, this vast library was conceived by Jedi Master Odan-Urr, who oversaw its construction some 4,000 years before the Battle of Yavin. Designed to be a repository of all known information about every sentient endeavor, the Great Library encompassed the Chamber of Antiquities, which preserved paper documents from the earliest days of the Jedi Knights. It was Master Odan-Urr's belief that all information, no matter its source, could potentially be of use to the Jedi Order, so even the dreaded Sith holocrons were stored in its vaults. The Great Library was thought to have been lost during the Great Sith War, as Ossus itself was swept clean in the cataclysmic conflict. It wasn't until Executor Sedriss discovered its existence, several years after the Battle of Endor, that its chambers were reopened. Since then, the Great Library has been controlled by the new Jedi Knights training under Master Luke Skywalker. Much of its contents remain a mystery, but Master Skywalker was hopeful that the knowledge it contained would again be revealed to the galaxy. Mirroring the architecture of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the Great Library was divided into four towers, each holding a different era's worth of information. Master Odan-Urr categorized the information as Pre-Hyperdrive, Pre-Republic, Early Republic, and Modern Republic, although the Jedi of Master Skywalker's time have had to adapt their investigations to a more upt-o-date classification.