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I was wondering anyone ever see any numbers that indicate that there are more than 200 jedi in the order as of 44 ABY?
since there were 200 or so during the dark nest and they contintued to flourish up to the 2nd civil war any ideas? —Unsigned comment by126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs).
In Fate of the Jedi: Ascension, which takes place 44 ABY, it's stated that most members of the Order took part in a single mission (careful—spoilers in that link), and the book also says that there were over 100 Jedi in that mission; exactly how many more isn't specified, though, and there were some Jedi who remained on Coruscant. It's also entirely possible that there were Jedi elsewhere in the galaxy on other missions at that time, too. So we have no hard numbers to go on, but at least that gives you a general idea. Jonjedigrandmaster(Talk) 20:24, August 19, 2011 (UTC)