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The Mission to Corellia took place in 14 ABY.
Having received reports about cult activity on Corellia, Kyle Katarn and Jaden Korr were sent to Coronet to investigate whether the locals were just being paranoid or whether the Disciples of Ragnos were involved.
Upon receiving a distress call from a maglev train informing that someone was trying to blow it up, Katarn and Korr learned that mercenaries were boarding the train, using cargo ships as landing vessels. Katarn dropped off Korr on the train to stop it before it crashed into a building, while Katarn himself was to engage the cargo ships in the Raven's Claw.
Trying to get to the locomotive of the train, Korr had to jump from one freight car to another, all the while fighting enemies. He soon discovered that the train was indeed rigged but managed to disarm the bomb. Korr encountered several mercenaries, including J'aahn and Hokk, killing them all, and even dueled a few Sith Cultists. Eventually, Korr managed to get to the locomotive and stop the train, while Katarn successfully destroyed the mercenaries' cargo ships.
Behind the scenesEdit
Some dialogue on this level of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy identifies J'aahn as a cultist, a reference to Soldier of Fortune, another game by Raven Software. Both games contain an exchange of dialogue which involves characters with the names John and Hawk, and refers to "Station 6C." (This can be confused for 6E) In Jedi Academy, the spelling is changed to "J'aahn" and "Hokk."
In some cases, the lightning in the background weather of the level can hit the player and enemies.
- Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (First appearance)