Right, I believe everyone knows I'm a Jacen Solo fan, right up to the point the lightsaber cut through his heart, and I have lamented that day for these long years. But. By Invincible and arguably for much of FotJ Jacen's 'grey' approach to life, in that he became Darth Caedus to end the brewing war and undo a bad future, seemed justified in that it did fundamentally end that war and seemingly undo said future. A 'bad' thing allowed for a 'good' thing to happen. Said bad things become justified, on some level. In as simple philosophical speak as possible. I'm dumbing it down if only because it's Jacen logic i.e. convoluted. As FotJ progressed, our galaxy became more black and white when Jacen's actions not only elevated Daala, who returned to her nutjob ways, but we also had it revealed that his actions released the Tribe and Abeloth. A 'bad' thing caused more 'bad' things in the end, and the bad things became unjustified because they were short sighted. Good Star Wars logic, which is oddly helped by having FotJ so close to LotF. But. We also found out that Jacen's actions delayed Darth Krayt's rise. That delay means that Darth Krayt, rather than emerging in Allana's lifetime, so, in the next few years/decades, instead emerges in 128 ABY. Not, because Krayt was much older, his body was that much more vulnerable to his Vong infection, and as such he was driven to hunt down Cade, prematurely ending his reign via the events of Legacy. So, Jacen's bad things cause... good things? Or It doesn't matter how old Krayt is in 128 ABY because he goes back into stasis straight after Jacen's actions ruin his scheme and he was going to stick himself and his One Sith in his self-defeating loop anyway. All that would have been different was a different numerical value attached to Wyyrlok, and Bastion and Roan replaced Hapes and Allana. Which means in theory Krayt would have more Sith to hand than Luke had Jedi as early as Allana's lifetime. Jacen's bad things thus still cause more bad things than good things. Ruminations?