So the NJO was pretty much focused all around the Vong. There were several characteristics that made them so alien and so wrong, and I felt that they were important plot devices to the series, something that the ending involving Zonama Sekot doesn't seem to do justice to. Firstly, they use organic creatures in place of mechanical technology, secondly they come from outside the galaxy, where space travel is supposed to be impossible. Finally, they're invisible to the Force. In a way, these things (especially the third) in a way add up to an entity that were supposed to shatter the Jedi's belief and faith in the Force, or at least this was how I feel the series was portrayed to be aiming at. In the same way that Luke Skywalker's world is shattered when he finds out that his father is not dead but is actually the man behind Darth Vader, I felt that the same treatment was going to be done to the Jacen, Jaina, and the new generation of Jedi. Having grown up being taught that the Force was universal, the fact that they're now facing an enemy that doesn't exist in the Force at all has to shatter that reality and leave them treading in unfamiliar waters. So what if there was no Zonama Sekot and no Vong homeworld to come around and provide such a clear-cut resolution and convenient explanation to this dilemma? What if Luke's fears came to pass and the Jedi had to slaughter every last Vong as they drove them from the Core back out to the galactic rim? The Jedi's belief in peaceful resolution to conflict would also have been shaken to its foundations and the Vong would have remained an abyss and an abnormality not only in the Force, but the fabric of the GFFA's reality (perhaps not unlike Darth Nihilus). Any thoughts? Would this have made for a better plotline for the NJO?