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Jedi Academy turned 20 this year! We celebrated in a ton of different ways: mod contest, server event, podcast, etc. Thank you to all who have been a part of this game for the last two decades. Check out the anniversary content!

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This community is dedicated to the games Star Wars: Jedi Outcast (2002) and Jedi Academy (2003). We host over 3,000 mods created by passionate fans around the world, and thousands of threads of people showcasing their works in progress and asking for assistance. From mods to art to troubleshooting help, we probably have it. If we don't, request or contribute!

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This game turned 20 years old this year, and it is still one of the greatest Star Wars games of all time. If you're new or returning from a long hiatus, here are the basics of getting started with Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy in 2023.

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File Submission Rules

New Rules Being Introduced

We are introducing some new rules about file submissions in order to improve the experience of those who download files, as well as to ensure a positive experience for file submitters.


The Rules

  • Files must contain a readme. The fields which are bolded below are required to be in said readme, with unbolded fields being not required, but strongly reccommended
    (If it's hard to see the bold, every field but date and filesize are in bold).
    • Author
    • File Name and Version
    • Date
    • Filesize
    • Description with installation instructions
    • Copyright/License
    • Credits with Permissions from other authors if necessary.

    [*]If you submit a file that is not yours, you must email the original author before submitting it asking for permission for it to be uploaded to JKHub by you.

    • If you are granted permission by the author, you may submit the file to JKHub. In the file description you must state that you received permission to upload it. It's a good idea to save a copy of the author's response in case someone claims that you actually did not receive permission, when in fact you actually did.
    • If you are denied permission by the author, obviously you are not permitted to upload the file to JKHub.
    • If you do not receive a response from the author within one week of sending the email, you may submit the file to JKHub. In the file description you must state that you attempted to contact the author and did not receive a response within a week. The staff will then determine whether or not we feel the file can be uploaded to the site. Please note that the file may be taken down if the original author requests so.

    [*]Lying about permissions will be taken very seriously by staff and will result in whatever consequences the staff deem appropriate.

    [*]If you submit a file that is not yours, you must include the original readme that came with the file if it had one. In the file description, you must state that the file was not made by you(make sure you put your username, not simply "me"), and state who it was made by.

    [*]Files must also of course comply with JKHub's rules (under the "Our Rules" header).

    [*]As stated in the JKHub rules, staff always have the final say. As is also stated in the rules, "Users are welcome and encouraged to question staff decisions if they feel these decisions are incorrect."

    [*]Rules may be modified, removed, and/or added over time. To see the most up-to-date rules, always check here.

Please feel free to submit feedback on these rules in this thread, or in the Ideas & Issues section of the forums.


Rules concerning readmes do not apply to files already approved.


If your file was denied recently, it may have been because we wanted it to be submitted under these rules. Please submit it again if you think this is the case.


Thank you.


JKHub Rules were updated on 12/1/13. These are no longer complete.

By Fighter, in Site news,

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Yay! It's nice to have such things set in stone.


Glad to see this finally standardized.  Especially as JKHub gets bigger.


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It seems you are heading in the direction JKFiles did.
Users have to add most of the information when submitting anyway - why not create some sort of autogenerated .txt file with it?

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