Romanceable by: Sith Warrior light-side male characters
About: Once in a millennium, a man or woman is born who expands the frontiers of what Force users can achieve. Proud, young Jedi Padawan Jaesa Willsaam discovered the unprecedented ability to discern any being’s true nature and uncover a person’s most secret intentions. Born to a family of servants on Alderaan, she was brought to the Jedi Order and trained by Master Nomen Karr. But Nomen Karr could only protect and shield his Padawan from the world for so long. Through the machinations of Darth Baras, Jaesa was drawn away from the protection of the order and confronted by Baras’s own apprentice–and with the emotional instability of her Master. Having now seen the darkness within the Jedi Order, Jaesa has left its corruption behind completely to help transform the Empire from within. She has searched her whole life for something to believe in, and her new teacher has provided the answer.
How to start romance: The light-side male Sith Warrior can romance light-side Jaesa during the Sith Warrior story as well as the companion conversations with her. One important thing to know is that light-side Jaesa is not receptive to a true relationship – she will offer to bear your children, but she considers it an honor, and not part of a romance, and there are no [FLIRT] options. If you romance Vette or are on a female character, you will not receive the line about procreating with lightside Jaesa, and the option will be about her own children, and the Sith Warrior encourages her to have children and that they will train and guide her family as his own. Here is a dark side Jaesa guide, and how to make sure you got the Jaesa you wanted.
These companion conversations are unlocked by completing quests within the Sith Warrior storyline, so check your companion on your ship after every planet to see if more companion conversation quests have become available, indicated by a quest marker over your companion’s head. The first companion conversation will take place right after you get them, and the last will take place after Corellia and your final class story chapter. A very important thing to know is that if you start the Knights of the Fallen Empire expansion, the Knights of the Eternal Throne expansion, or the Jedi Under Siege / Ossus / Onslaught expansion, you will automatically lock yourself out of the original companion storylines and will not be able to complete them later, and it is not guaranteed that your romance will be toggled for future expansions. You also can not do the companion conversations if you have used an Outlander Token or Commander’s Token to create a level 60, 65 or 70 character (using a Master’s Datacron to boost an existing character to level 70 is fine though.)
Romance conflicts: If you romance Vette, you will not receive the line about procreating with lightside Jaesa, and the option will be about her own children and not yours.
Romance continuation: The Jaesa romance can be continued after Ossus, see below, and a true love-based romance can be started at that point.