Yavin IV: Temple is a level on both Star Wars: Battlefront and Star Wars: Battlefront II. Although not named that, the Temple also appears in other games, such as Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy.
In both of the Battlefront games, this level appears as an almost unchanged map. Their are only two differences between the first game and the sequel. In Battlefront II, the Rebellion has different tanks than in the first game and the neutral command post has moved location slightly. The other command posts are the same in both games.
There is a small temple with the command post on the top, accessable only by a narrow stair leading up to it from either side with a Yavin turret overlooking it. The main temple, which also serves as the main Rebel command post is behind that. This command post also has 74-Z Speeder bikes and tanks. Off to the left is the Pool command post, which is a sunken area surrounded by crumbled walls. It also starts as one of the Rebel command posts.
The Imperial command posts are less defensible than the Rebel ones for the most part. The main Imperial command post is located on top of a hill overlooking the battlefield. This command post has AT-STs and 74-Z Speeder bikes. It is accessable by a narrow back way that only infantry can approach and a larger front that vehicles can cross. As a forward command post, the Imperials have a small command post that is near the pool command post. It is completely open, and the command post itself is raised. This makes it difficult to take because in order to capture the command post, the player must stand on top of the raised platform, which puts him in full view of hostile sights. The last Imperial command post is located a bit in front of their main command post and across a small valley. It is inside a ruined ring of pillars and covered with ankle-deep water. The command post is able to be attacked from all sides, and the pillars provide cover for the attackers, which makes it a difficult command post to hold.
Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi AcademyEdit
The first and second levels on Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy deal with the Yavin Temple. The first level is on Yavin, where you need to get to the Temple. The second level you are inside the Temple grounds on a training course. There are several feats you must perform that teach you the basics of lightsaber combat, Force use, jumping, and problem solving.