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UCS Jedi Archives
This project goes along with these two-
UCS Jedi Temple
UCS Jedi Council Room
"There is more knowledge here than anywhere else in the galaxy."
Yet another suprisingly unrecreated room from star wars.
Desirable among AFOL's and kids alike, this model was created at minifigure scale.
This would be released along with Attack of the Clones 3D, which is hitting theaters-
September 20, 2013.
The Jedi Archives was a fathomless collection of ancient knowledge and research dating back thousands of standard years. Overseen by the Council of First Knowledge, the Archives served as a repository for journals and artifacts. Located in the First Knowledge quarter of the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, the Archives was open at all hours and was accessible to all Jedi in need of information. While Jedi were welcome to scan or copy most any data in the Stacks, removal of any material from the Archives was strictly prohibited. Remote access to the databases was near impossible, with eradicators built into the Temple's outer walls and firewalls in the database mainframes.
10 supporters- 3.13.12- Thanks to joethehmfce!
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"If an item does not appear in our records, it does not exist."
Here's an example of how multiple sets could be used to expand the Archives.
Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jedi Youngling, and Jocasta Nu.