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It is a dark time for the Galaxy. Divided between the democratic ALLIANCE and the despotic COALITION, citizen's of numerous worlds live in fear of a resumed war, and the devastation it would bring. With both sides exhausted by nearly a decade of war, and with billions dead, and countless more fleeing into neutral systems, it seems that the Galaxy is ripe for new leadership.

Having been turned on by their own people after the horror's of the war they lead, the JEDI ORDER has been abolished, and their remaining members hunted down by ALLIANCE and COALITION troops, as the FORCE, and those who use it have come to be viewed with disdain and anger.

Working behind the scenes, the ONE SITH are once more plotting a return to power. Having been driven out of power in the Galaxy some sixty years prior, they now scheme to return the Dark Side to prominence. Lead by a mysterious new Master, the SITH have became enmeshed in the corridors of power once more, secretly biding their time, and waiting for their chance to once more reign supreme in the Galaxy.

Poised on the edge of the abyss, ALLIANCE and COALITION negotiators meet on the space station known as the CRUCIBLE, where they hope to renegotitate a fair and eternal peace, unknowing the danger both Civilizations are in...



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Introduction
Welcome everyone!
Im Jedi, and this is my latest attempt to create a huge, multifaceted, and long lasting, Star Wars RP. In order to offer as many possibilities for character development and foster s much creativity as we can, I have decided to try some new things that are not seen in Star Wars RP's.
Firstly, this RP will take place within the LEGENDS continuity of Star Wars. The sequel trilogy storyline will not be considered canon, rather we will use the pre-Disney plot line that included the Yuuzhan Vong invasion, the Jacen Solo story arc, the rise of Darth Krayt etc etc.
Similarly, this RP will take place some 61 years after the death of Darth Krayt, around 200 ABY. This new time frame has never really been explored, so we have a whole new canvas to try our hand at. A brief history of the Galaxy since 139 ABY will be provided later.
Basically, what I am hoping to create here is a free flowing, living, RP world, where we have numerous characters, plot lines, and objectives that merge into one coherent story.

Help me _____, you're my only hope
With the scale of this RP, I am going to need some help! Co-ops that would like to join in can TG me to apply, but almost more importantly, we need several major characters to move the plot along. They are:

The Exiled Jedi Grandmaster
The Dark Lord of the Sith
The Leader of the Coaltion
The Leader of the Alliance

These four characters are really going to be the main drivers of the RP. If you want your character to be any of these, your APP will have to be excpetionally detailed and well crafted, even above the normal benchmark. Experienced players are also preferred here.

Rules
1.) I am the OP, and my word is final. The same goes for CO-OP's.
2.) Standard site rules apply, not Godmodding, metagaming etc etc.
3.) Strive to write good quality posts, one liners are a no no.
4.) Be creative
5.) Have FUN, you are expected to create your own story lines, for feel free to experiment.

A Brief Analysis of the Galactic Powers
The Coalition
A military dictatorship where real power is shared between several important Generals, Admiral's and Bureaucrats. They are "officially" democratic, and are lead by a Consul, who is elected from the Coalition Tribunal m. Both the Consul and Tribunal are merely ceremonial however.

Real power is held by members of the night Coalition military and intelligence services, who jockey for power via plots, schemes, and outright violence. The Four Commissariat's are one of the few organizations within the official Coalition government that can claim to be legitimately in control of their respective branches, though their influence has almost eclipsed that of the military branch in recent years. The Four Commissariate's are 1)Foreign Intelligence 2) Domestic investigation 3)Force User Task Force and 4) Technological Procurement and Development.

The Coalition Fleet is primarily made up of vessels that are akin to those of the Old Empire, and continue to utilize the traingular hull design that has proven so effective.

The Coalition Army is a mixed bag of clones, willing volunteers, conscripts, and prisoners. They are known for their brutality and their incredibly barbaric practices. Despite this, their primary advantage is in numbers rather than organization.

The Coalition does not have a permanent capital, rather, its Headquarters is located aboard a massive space station at the heart of the Maw Cluster, known as The Leviathan. The massive station is a sprawling metropolis of old and new parts, and is well defended by the Coalition Fleet. The Consul and Tribunal are housed here.

The Galactic Alliance
Born out of the ashes of the New Republic, the Galactic Alliance is a democratic organization, based on the old core world of Coruscant. The Galactic Republic is a representative democracy and holds freedom and civil rights dear.

The primary legislative body of the Alliance is the Senate. It is comprised of one senator from every planet in the Coalition. These Senators can then elect a Chancellor to be the de facto head of the Alliance.

The Alliance Military is small but well organized, relying on quality of quantity. It's utilizes light, fast ships, and fighter forces over the Star Cruisers of their Coalition enemies.

Similarly, the Alliance Military is entirely volunteer based, but I'd put through rigorous training and testing, allowing each soldier to become more dangerous than many other fighting groups.

The Jedi and Sith
The Force is viewed with widespread suspicion and hostility by most non-sensitive denizens of the Galaxy. Both the Sith and Jedi are reviled, though, for different reasons.

The Jedi are the public face of the Last Great War between the Coalition and the Alliance, and, as Generals for the latter, lead many of the most devastatingand costly campaigns of the War. With the Vulpter Armistice, the Order was declared illegal and dissolved. The few Jedi who remain are scattered in covens around the Galaxy, the largest being at the Ilum Sanctuary, lead by Grandmaster Kara Ka.

The Sith are still hated for the actions of Darth Krayt and his One Sith regime some 70 years ago, and for the pain they inflicted on the Galaxy. Since Darth Krayts fall however, no Sith has been seen, and many believe they are all dead. Despite this hope, they have in fact been recruiting disciples and agents, planting moles in the Governments of both the Alliance and Coalition, and some even say shaping the Last Great Wars conclusion.

Galactic History from 139 ABY to the Present Day (The Long Version)
139 ABY - The Galactic Triumvirate is formed, as power in the Galaxy is shared between the Fel Empire, the Galactic Alliance, and the Jedi Order. The One Sith are forced into hiding.

144 ABY- Empress Fel is assassinated by mysterious actors, causing a power vacuum and a civil war within the Fel Empire.

146 ABY- The Galactic Alliance and Jedi Order move to restore order to the Fel Empire, causing a multi front war with various parties.

154 ABY- The Galactic Alliance forces succeed in subjugated much of Imperial space, but at a great cost. The remaining Imperials concentrate on defending their few remaining strongholds as their civil war fades into a resistance movement.

160 ABY- The Galactic Alliance attempts to seize the last remaining Imperial Worlds at the urging of the Jedi Council.

161 ABY- The Alliance is heavily defeated after a botched invasion of Imperial space. Several secessionist worlds join what remains of the Fel Empire and become the Coalition, a united, autocratic government.

163 ABY- The Coalition and Alliance sign a peace treaty, limited the Coalition to the Outer Rim, and setting military restrictions on their production.

173 ABY- A decade of Peace is broken when a group of Jedi discover the rapid mobilization of Coalition forces around the Galaxy. A preemptive strike by Alliance forces are rebuffed with heavy losses. War between the Alliance, Jedi and the Coalition begins.

177 ABY- Coalition forces penetrate the Mid Rim.

180 ABY- Fighting seeps into the Core Worlds, as the Jedi and Alliance forces are hard pressed to hold back the Coaltion. War weariness begins to grow within the Alliance, as does distrust of the Jedi.

182 ABY- A Jedi Strike team succeeds in defending the world of Commenor, stemming the tide of the War.

184 ABY- Alliance forces are able to hold the line in the Expansion Region, but suffer extreme losses against the Coalition onslaught. The Coalition begins anti-Jedi propaganda.

185 ABY- The Alliance suffers a crushing defeat at Eriadu as a Jedi lead counter attack is ambushed and destroyed by Coalition forces.

186 ABY- Protests within the Alliance against the War and the Jedi leadership of it begin. Several planets force the Jedi to leave their worlds. The Alliance enters talks with the Coalition.

187 ABY- The Vulpter Armistice is ratified between the Coalition and Alliance, dividing the Galaxy into two halves. A clause in the treaty bans the Jedi Order, and Alliance/Coalition troops purge the Jedi from the Galaxy. The Jedi Order attempts to go into hiding.

189 ABY- The bulk of the remaining Jedi are slaughtered on Telos IV in a brutal last stand against Alliance and Coalition forces. Some Jedi flee, and hide among many different systems, though a large coven founds a secret Temple on Ilum.

190 ABY- The Carida Concordant is signed, officially ending the War, and silencing the Jedi. This begins the watchful peace between the Coalition and Alliance. The Concordat must be resigned every 10 years.

192 ABY- A series of disappearances and bombings occur through the Coalition. No one is ever found suspect.

195 ABY- The Chancellor of the Alliance is assassinated, a mysterious figure escapes Coruscant, though witnesses claim he bore a crimson lightsaber.

200 ABY- Negotiations for the resigning of the Carida Concordat begin on the Crucible.

Galactic History from 139 ABY to the Present Day (The Short Version)
Essentially, what has occurred since the fall of Darth Krayt is another terrible Galactic War between the Alliance/Jedi and the Coalition. The War became a stalemate the Jedi were largely blamed for the Alliance's poor performance and were abolished by popular demand. The Sith are working behind the scenes in both the Alliance and Coalition, and are working to destabilize or take over both. That's about it.

The Application
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Roster
Coalition
Consul Serilda Rainehart-Puertollano
Grand Admiral Thimu Krast - Ormata
Commissar Xavier Shakhar - G-Tech Corporation
Grand Admiral Derek Krassus - Rhinocera
Governer Brymike Norcor-Union Princes
Captain Kedek Vandyre-Mithridia

Galactic Alliance
Prince-Chancellor Jorus Antilles - Great Confederacy Of Commonwealth States
General Randar Vedek-Jedi Council

Jedi Exiles
Jedi Grandmaster Kara Ka - Jedi Council
Illia and Korven Daal - Jedi Council
Jedi Master Martius Shan - Brusia
Arc Trooper CC-1776 (Maverick) - Brusia
Cado Baas - Illegal Planets
Sesroe Xabru-Gerdon Laughis
Zarath Usters-Danceria

Sith
Davin Fell (Darth Imperious) - The Valyria Empire
Pona the Hutt (Darth Limax)-Gerdon Laughis
Traxus Ynigre (Darth Sadico-Ebaq
Eris Dentae-Whalestron

Independent
Acy Puko - Tropicville
Kip Waloo-Tropicville
Aryca Sunrider (Atrix) - Nuxipal
Raiden Sprax-Bla Ary
Urti Tryll-Ormata

Final Notes
Thanks for reading, I hope this interests you enough to drop a TAG or better yet, an APP!
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The APP
Name: Kara Ka
Age: 59
Gender: Female
Species: Togrutan
Allegiance paid to: Jedi Order
Rank: Jedi Grand Master
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Personality: Reserved, and utterly devoted to the Jedi cause, she has a dry wit, and little patience for fools. She prides herself on putting the needs of the Order first and foremost.
Force Sensitive: Y
Skills/Powers: Arguably the most powerful Jedi left alive, Master Ka is an extremely capable duellist and force user. She is a master of Form IV:Ataru, and has at least a working knowledge of most other fighting styles. Her preferred Force Power when in combat is simple telekinesis, but she is also known to utilize more obscure powers, including Force Heal, and rumour has it, Force Cloak.
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Buried under the ice of Ilum, the ancient Hammerhead Class Cruiser is still powered up and functional, despite boasting weapons that are hundreds of years out of date and only enough power for minimal speed when moving outside of hyperspace.
Biography: Born on Shili in 141 ABY, Kara Ka was immediately identified by her Doctors as being force sensitive. While her parents did not wish to give her up to the Jedi, the urgings of Master K'Kruhk convinced them that the Order's decimated numbers made it impossible for them to refuse.

Attending the Jedi Academy on Ossus, Kara was singled out as one of the most promising students of her generation, as she developed swiftly her skills with a lightsaber and her force abilities. Eventually, in 161 ABY, aged 20, she was knighted, having served as the Padawan to Master K'Kruhk himself for the better part of 13 years.

Almost immediately after Knighthood, the Alliance decided to launch an invasion of the last remaining Imperial strongholds that still resisted them in the Outer Rim. Serving as a General under her former Master, Kara lead several different forces into battle, but, like most of the Alliance forces in that offensive, found the Imperials to be far better entrenched and supplied than she had anticipated. After the Alliance forces were rebuffed, Kara returned to the Academy.

During the Decade of Peace between 163 and 173 ABY, Kara trained and Knighted her Padawan, becoming a Jedi Master, and, just weeks before the outbreak of hostilities with the Coalition, was appointed to the Jedi High Council.

When a team of Jedi and Alliance intelligence officials discovered a new build up of weaponry and war material within the Coalition, Kara was one of the loudest voices within the Jedi Order calling for a preemptive strike, remembering the horror of the last war in the Outer Rim. While the Alliance agreed, and placed the Jedi in command once again, they were badly defeated during their invasion, as the Coalition had been tipped off to their assault. With their offensive capabilities neutered, the Alliance focused the next stage of the War on holding the Coalition in the Mid Rim. Kara was a senior General in the War, and was often seen fighting on the front lines. This extended period of combat took a toll on her and she became weary after years of endless death and destruction.

Kara was the Senior General in Command of Alliance forces at Commenor, when she was able to inflict a crushing defeat on Coalition forces, utilizing the speed and durability of her small, more mobile cruisers to shred the Coalition's more cumbersome battle line. Her victory was celebrated around the Alliance, and she immediately became a well recognized hero . Emboldened by this victory, Alliance High Command organized a new major offensive aimed at seizing Eriadu, and cutting the Coalition in half. While the Jedi Council was cautious about the capabilities of the Alliance Fleet, having seen it take heavy losses throughout the preceding years, the Allliance political establishment hoped to capitalize on the moral boosting win at Commenor. Grand Master K'Kruhk, despite his reservations, agreed to lead the attack, while his former student Kara Ka was assigned to be the leader of the Fleet's Light Cruiser force, and his effective deputy.

At the Ambush of Eriadu in 185 ABY, the Alliance was dealt a humiliating and debilitating defeat, losing a vast number of ships and personnel. As the Alliance Fleet emerged from hyperspace, the Coalition was able to trap them using Gravity Well devices. This forced the outgunned Alliance vessels to stand their ground against an enemy with a far more powerful line up of offensive weaponry. Successive bombardments hammered the Alliance Capital ships, and Master K'Kruhk himself was killed, his flagship destroyed by the intense firepower from several Pellaeon Class Destroyers. Kara Ka lead a counter attack with a small flotilla of light cruisers and bombers, and while she took heavy losses, she managed to destroy the Gravity Well Generators and her remaining forces were able to fight a rearguard action and flee, escaping with as many ships as possible. The Battle crippled the Alliance Military and turned the public against the Jedi for what they saw as deep seated arrogance and incompetence, despite the operation coming from the Chancellor's Office. After the return of the battered fleet, Master Ka learned that the Coalition had been given the Alliance's attack plan, though it would never be revealed who the traitor was.

As many world's began to turn against the Jedi, Master Ka, and the new Jed Grandmaster, the male Twi'lek Ek-Marai, decided that the increasing Darkness was a sign of something ominous, and decided to found a Sanctuary in secret on Ilum, utilizing the old Lightsaber Crystal Cave, and the frozen hull of a working Hammherhead Class Cruiser.

Master Ka lobbied hard against surrendering or signing a treaty with the Coalition, concerned that there may be more to their enemy than simply authroitarian tyranny. However, with the signing of the Vulpter Armistice, The Jedi Order was abolished, and its members were to be hunted down. Ka fought at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant when the Alliance military she had once helped lead came to secure the building and exterminate her Order, and lead the survivors of the disaster offworld, scattering the Jedi far and wide. Ka and a handful of Masters, Knights, and Padawans fled to Ilum.

Two years after the official abolition, Ek-Marai called a conclave on Telos IV, demanding that all remaining Jedi come to the world to reconstitute the Order and decided on a course of action. Disliking the publicity of the meeting, Kara left the majority of her coven on Ilum, and arrived at Telos mere minutes before the assault by Alliance and Coalition forces. Ek-Marai and the vast majority of the remaining Jedi, estimated to be in the hundreds, were killed, though Master Ka, her suspicions proven to be correct, fled with a small group back to Ilum.

Now one of the last remaining members of the Jedi Council left alive, Master Ka decreed that the Order would remain in hiding, Headquartered on Ilum, until the time was right for their return to the good graces of the Galaxy. With less than a Hundred Knights and Masters, and fewer padawans left, Grandmaster Ka has spent the intervening decade since the Massacre of Telos IV training new students, and observing the growing darkness in both the Alliance and the Coalition.


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The APP
Name: Korven Daal
Age: 29
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: Jedi Order/Himself
Rank: N/A (Smuggler and Mercenary)
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Personality: Gruff, debauched, and irascible, with a pained past. He is arrogant and a drunk, but is a highly effective mercenary. He is reckless, though determined, and while he is incredibly selfish, the only person he thinks of other than himself his his sister, Illia
Force Sensitive: N
Skills/Powers: An expert shot, with skills on hand to hand combat. He is also a well trained pilot, and is more than happy behind the helm of a star ship. He is quick on the draw and unafraid to kill.
Weaponry: Two Dl-44 Heavy blaster pistols, a vibro knife, several different grenades, such as explosive, gas, and EMP.
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Biography: Born and raised alongside his sister on Corellia, Korven Daal was the father figure in his sisters life, Illia, while their father Gorm was off fighting in the long war against the Coalition. Korven idolized his father and the Alliance military, where he dreamed of becoming a fighter pilot. Despite these dreams, Korven and his sister had to fight for scraps in the Corellian underworld, where Korven began to learn the trade of thievery and sneaking. He became involved at a very young age with drugs and crime, and was teetering at the edge of death when a passing Jedi noticed his sisters Force Sensitivity and took both Korven and Illia to the Jedi Temple. While Illia was trained as a Jedi Knight, Korven was inducted in the Temple Security Force.

While in the Force, Korven learned of his fathers death at the Battle of Commenor. This horrifying experience lead to a downward spiral for Korven, who grew disillusioned with the Jedi, the Alliance, and authority itself. Escaping into the Coruscanti underworld, Korven became involved with several gangs, and became addicted to Death Sticks, and wasted most of his meagre income on weaponry, spice, death sticks, and prostitutes. In this spiral, Korven became a smuggler extraordinaire, stealing several vessels before coming across the Crusader. An ancient ship that appeared to be falling apart, the large engines of the ship allows to to outrun any vessels it cannot outgun.

Working as a smuggler alongside his astromech droid R7-S5, also known as Rezzy, Korven lived a life of debauchery and, after big jobs, wealth. However, as his life picked up in danger, Korven kept an eye on the failing Jedi Order. When Force Users were outlawed in the wake of the Vulpter Armistice, Korven began searching for his sister. Finally, when the Jedi attempted to regroup on the ancient academy world of Telos IV, Korven went to intercept the group, hoping to find his sister. The Crusader arrived at Telos IV just in time, as the Alliance and Coalition fleets both attacked the Jedi Conclave. Flying through the battle, Korven rescued both his sister, Jedi Council Member Ka, and a handful of other Jedi, before fleeing back to the hidden Jedi Temple on Ilum.

In the intervening ten years since then, Korven has worked with Illia as her partner and pilot, using his connections with the criminal underworld to his advantage.
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The APP
Name: Illia Daal
Age: 24
Gender: Female
Allegiance paid to: Jedi Order
Rank: Jedi Knight
Appearance:
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Personality: Calm, and incredibly kind, she has a certain naive innocence. She is passionate about life and protecting it at all costs, and is empathetic and sweet, with a bright smile and a happy demeanor
Force Sensitive: Y
Skills/Powers: A fully fledged Jedi Knight, Illia Daal was trained in the arts of the Force since birth. She has chosen to focus on Form III: Soresu as her chosen lightsaber style. She is a capable duelist, combative force wielder. Her force powers range from the usual telekinetic abilities all Jedi have, to more obscure utilizations of the force. She has shown promising skill with Force Heal, and her telepathic abilities are advanced for her age. Despite her skills, she lacks true combat experience, and is more used to intelligence operations, hit and run attacks, and combating pirates and thugs rather than true soldiers.
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Ship: N/A, utilizes the Crusader alongside her brother.
Biography: Born on Corellia in 176 ABY, Illia was practically raised by her brother. Her father, an Alliance Naval Officer, was off on the front lines of the war fighting the Coalition, while her mother died giving birth to her. Korven and Illia had to survive on the meagre amount of money their father could send home, and whatever scraps of food they could steal from the local vendors. Her brother taught Illia resourcefulness and ingenuity but often found herself uncomfortable with his methods, even at an early age. When she was 4 years old, a passing Jedi realized she was force sensitive, and took both her, and her brother, to the Jedi Temple.

While she was trained as a Jedi, her brother lacked her connection to the Force, and was brought up within the ranks of Temple security. In 184 ABY, Gorm Daal, Illia and Korven's father, was killed at the Battle of Commenor. Korven, who always had hoped to see their father again was broken, and left the Temple in anger, blaming the Jedi for the War and Gorm's death. A troubled Illia decided to remain at the Temple to finish her trianing.

After the defeat at Eriadu, Illia was finally taken on as a Padawan, to Master Kara Ka, whose previous student was thought to have died in the Ambush. Illia became a promising Jedi and often accompanied her Master in the latter days of the War. Despite her devotion to the Jedi, Illia remained hopeful that her brother would one day return, and that they may reconcile their differences. After the signing of the Vulpter Armistice, Illia, aged only 13, followed her Master into hiding.

When Ek-Marai called a Jedi Conclave on Telos IV, Illia was the only member of the Illum Sanctuary to join Kara Ka in journeying to the meeting. When Alliance and Coalition forces descended on the Jedi, Illia and her Master were able to gather a group of their compatriots and flee. Despite this, hundreds of Jedi were still killed, and Illia would have joined them had it not been for thr arrival of her brother, who had heard of the Conclave and gone to rescue his sister. Reunited, the pair returned to Ilum.

In the intervening decade since the Telos Massacre, Illia was knighted, and joined her Brother on many missions around the Galaxy. As one of the few Jedi trusted by Master Ka to operate in the field, Illia is forced to hide her force abilities aside from the most dire combat situation, as her Jedi heritage would almost immediately make her for death.
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The APP
Name: Randar Vedek (aka: The Wolf of Commenor)
Age: 72
Gender: Male
Species: Shistavanen
Allegiance paid to: Galactic Alliance
Rank: General (Chairmen of the Joint Chief of Staff)
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Personality: Irascible, generally unpleasant to those in polite society, angry and easily sparked. Despite this, he is extremely caring to his troops, and believes in preservation of life at all costs. He is pragmatic, careful, and temperate. Uniquely, he is also firm in his belief that prisoners must be treated well and honourably.
Force Sensitive: N
Skills/Powers: An incredibly methodical and skilled tactician, one of the greatest of the War for the Alliance. He is infamous for his brilliance, and his honour. He is a decent shot, and can pilot a starfighter well. His natural physiology allows him to be an excellent melee fighter.
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An MC140 Scythe Class Battlecruiser, the Valiant serves as the Flagship of the Home Fleet. While the Coalition relied on larger, more costly vessels such as the Pellaeon and Imperious classes, the Alliance preferred the use of heavily armed and armoured Battlecruisers, faster than their Coalition counterparts.
Biography: Born in 128 ABY, Randar Vedek had service in his blood. His father and elder brother both served in the military of the Alliance during the Sith-Imperial War, with both being slain in the battle against the Fel Empire With the downfall of the Jedi and the rise of Darth Krayt, Randar lived in poverty and fear for much of his childhood, having to survive on the streets of Coruscant with his ill mother and younger sister. Aged 11 when the One Sith fell, Randar was ecstatic and believed the new Triumvirate government was going to truly bring peace to the Galaxy. As such, he was greatly disappointed when the Fel Empress was assassinated, and the Empire collapsed out of the government.

Soon after this event, as the the Fel Empire descended into anarchy and civil war, a series of bombings and terrorist attacks struck the Galactic Capital. In one such bombing, carried out by Fel loyalists against a gang of supposed allies of the Fel rebels, Randar's mother and sister were killed in the blast. With nothing left to work for or support, a hate filled Randar joined the Alliance Army and went to war.

Private Vedek was part of the first wave of soldiers sent by the Alliance to restore order in the former Fel regions. Moving against both thr Fel Remnant and the rebellious Warlords, Vedek served on numerous worlds and under numerous commanders, many of them Jedi from the reconstituted Order. As his obvious skill for warfare became more and more apparent, his initiative, and determination caught the eye of his commanding officer, Lt. Colonel Armistead Vance. With a letter of recommendation from Vance, Vedek was relieved of duty and sent to the Military Academy on Coruscant to become an officer.

The completion of his training coincided with the end of the War, as Fel resistance collapsed and most former worlds, barring a handful in the Outer Rim, were back in Alliance hands. Lieutenant Vedek was assigned as an officer on Corulag, where he grew furious at the reticence Alliance High Command showed at finishing off the last pockets of Fel Resistance. Despite this, in the six yesrs hr was stationed on Corualag, Vedek became beloved by his men and found himself promoted to the rank of Colonel.

When the Alliance finally did decide to invade the fringes of the known Galaxy, Vedek was assigned to lead a regiment of troops on Dromund Kaas. The famed homeworld of the Sith, Dromund Kaas had been turned into a fortress by the Fel Remnant. While Vedek and his men performed admirably, the Alliance offensive was a catastrophe, and it ended up being bogged down in guerilla warfare and pyrrhic victories. When the now General Armistead Vance took over the front from the incompetent men who had run it before him, he gave the young Vedek a provisional promotion to Brigadier, and assigned him to lead the elite Alliance troops into battle.
Before the change of strategy could have any effect, the Alliance made peace with the Remnant, now calling themselves the Coalition after several worlds joined their cause.

The disastrous three year campaign taught Vedek much, especially about military tactics. His disdain for politics and politicians only grew when the Alliance senate pinned the failure of the war on Armistead Vance and had him sacked and demoted. This betrayal of his mentor caused Vedek to distrust the political establishment of the Senate and of politicians in general. In the interwar years of 163 ABY and 173 ABY Vedek, whom many believed to be the most promising rising star in the Alliance military, was often held back by his outspoken distrust of the Coalition, and his abrasive, un-glossed personality. While his less competent contemporaries began to enter the top echelons of the Alliance Military, Vedek saw him repeatedly passed over for promotion, and sent to far flung fortress worlds and other backwaters.

In the run up to the beginning of the second war, the now Major-General Vedek swiftly pounced on the report made by the Jedi High Council that the Coalition was rearming itself. In keeping with his proactive and aggressive views, Vedek joined the Jedi in lobbying for a preemptive attack, yet, when it came, found himself posted as a corps commander in the Home Reserve Army, far from the front lines. Forced into the background and allowed to only watch as his less competent colleagues bungled a campaign that could have dealt a deathblow to the unprepared Coalition. As Alliance forces were thrown back from the Outer Rim, and fell back to the Mid Rim, Vedek finally was appointed to be a field commander.

Major-General Vedek and his 5th Army was placed directly on the main route of the Corellian Trade Spine, and ordered by High Command to hold the Javin system. As a massive Coalition fleet barreled down the Trade Spine, pursing the routing Alliance forces fleeing from the Outer Rim, Vedek found himself awash in refugees and now having to try and reorganize the tattered remains of the Alliance strike force. Realizing that a defeat here would likely allow the Coalition to penetrate the Expansion region and possibly even strike at the Core Worlds, Vedek resolved to hold the Trade route for as long as possible. Yet facing off against an enemy with vast numerical superiority, and with Alliance High Command witholding reinforcements to protect the Galactic Center, the General realized he had to work with what he had. In order to take the Coalition Forces by surprise, Vedek reorganize what was left of the preemptive strike force and have them orbit the planet to repair, while the 5th fleet would hold some light years from the system. When the Coalition forces arrived at Javin, they attacked the ragged Alliance craft in orbit, crippling most of their already damaged ships, not realizing most were simply empty hulks. As the Coalition fleet then entered orbit around Javin and began the land invasion, they found the 5th Army ground forces dug in, and well equipped with defensive structures and anti-bomber defenses, forcing the Coalition into a planet wide siege.
It was at this moment, while the Coalition Fleet was focused on orbital bombardment and scattered around the system, with a vast majority of their troops still on the planet, that he struck. The flotilla of Scythe Class Battle Cruisers that he had hidden in the next system appeared out of no where, concentrated and fresh for battle. They made short work of the dispersed Coalition forces, and routed their Fleet. Face with an entrenched enemy, and no ships with which to either escape or resupply them, the vast majority of the Coalition invaders surrendered.

The victory at Javin stemmed the tide of Coalition troops that had been spilling into the Mid Rim, and boosted Alliance morale after the defeat of their Strike Force. Now a hero for his actions, Vedek finally received his due praise, and was promoted to Lieutenant-General, and placed as the second in command to High Jedi General Kara Ka. The pair worked well together, owing to Ka's respect for Vedek's competence and Vedek's positive experience with his Jedi commanders when he was in the infantry. Together, they proved to be a potent force, and while the Coalition in the ensuing years the Coalition continued to push the Alliance back, Ka and Vedek often could be found leading their troops to victory, slowing the inevitable advance of evil.

By 177 ABY, the victory at Javin was rendered moot when a Coalition fleet punched a hole in the Alliance lines along the Hydian Way. While Vedek was and his fleet was ordered to retake the planets of Taris and Wayland in order to cut off the salient that had opened on the northern front, the Shistavanenen instead counterattacked above the salient, driving deep into Coalition space, and sacking the planets of Mygeeto and Muunilinst. On the latter planet, Vedek was able to secure vast amounts of financial wealth from the Intergalactic Banking Clan, and have the funds transferred back to Coruscant. While this sortie into Coalition space was highly successful and indeed drew away the forces that had been threatening the Core Worlds, it greatly angered High Command for what they saw as blatant insubordination.

Despite the success of Vedek's counter invasion, the war was going poorly for the Alliance. Five years of seesawing through the Mid Rim ended when the Coalition debuted their newer, more advanced version of the Imperious Class Star destroyer, a fleet that was able to shred the Alliance defenses at Umbara and penetrate into the Colonies for the first time.

Sent with Master Ka's fleet to intercept this new threat, Vedek arrived after his Jedi superior, arriving to find her fighting the Coalition forces to a standstill above Commenor. While Master Ka held the front lines, Vedek used the magnetic field of the planet to mask his arrival, placing his fleet on the planets south pole. As the Coalition was draw further into the system, Vedek sprung the trap, and came upon the enemy from the bottom. His cruisers engaged their larger foes at point blank range, and the superior Alliance fighters made short work of their foes. Ere long, the Coalition was in retreat, and the Core was once again safely behind Alliance front lines.

After the battle of Commenor, Vedek again was promoted, this time to a full General, and awarded several medals. Despite the victory, and his subsequent nicknaming as the "Wolf of Commenor," Vedek knew the war was still not going well. For this reason, as the war quieted and High Command formulated a plan to counterattack, Vedek, despite his aggressive reputation, sided once more with the Jedi, and urged the Chancellor to allow the fleet time to recover, and hold firm in the Expansion region. Outraged by his dissent, High Command went ahead with the strike, selecting Eriadu as a target, and sidelined Vedek by naming him Commander-in-Chief of the Home Defense Force, relegating him to the Capital. While he shared Master Ka's apprehension about the strike, he knew that if the Alliance was committed to this path, she would be the best person to have on the front lines.

When news of the absolutely catastrophic defeat at Eriadu was received, Vedek was livid. Having sacrificed both their best vessels, their entire offensive capability, and the Grandmaster of the Jedi Order in the battle, Vedek realized the foolishness of trusting politicians and sycophants with military planning. Similarly, when the Chancellor announced that peace talks would be held with the now superior Coalition, Vedek had had enough. He retired from duty in 185 ABY, and became a private citizen.

As the peace talks ran their course, Vedek lobbied hard to protect the Jedi, whom he grew to respect for their incredible feats of valour and the immense power they wielded. This, along with his continued anti-Coalition protests, made him a pariah in the Alliance's upper class, but only served to increase his popularity among the rank and file soldiers, and civilians that saw him as one of the few capable leaders the military had.

With the signing of the Carida Concordat, Vedek realized that open defense of the Jedi would only lead to his own exile, and therefore returned to Coruscant to live as a civilian, hoping to fade from the limelight. However, as the Galaxy continued to be unstable and unsettled, the Alliance Chancellor was assassinated in 195 ABY. The new chanceellor, a young Alderaanian Princeling, brought together a cabinet of the most talented men and women the Alliance had to offer, and part of this was asking General Vedek to come out of retirement, and take over the Alliance Military as Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in essence, making him the Head of Military High Command. Accepting despite his distrust of the youthful politician, General Vedek now is focusing on rebuilding the fledgling military he once fought with in order to prepare for the next inevitable war with the Coalition.
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APPLICATION
Name: Thimu Krast
Age: 49
Gender: Female
Allegiance: Coalition
Rank: Grand Admiral
Appearance:
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    Standing at 5’6”, Grand Admiral Krast is neither a particularly intimidating or physically imposing individual. Her musculature, while most certainly military in appearance in her younger days, is no longer so massively used and as such is no longer impressive in any category. Her black hair, already earning just a few strands of pure white that gives an odd little look, is kept moderately short or in a bun, her green eyes having the characteristic sagging about them, and her skin pale due to a lack of exposure. Grand Admiral Krast wears the standard Coalition Navy Uniform, derived of course from it’s Imperial ancestors.
Personality:
    She has a very stable view of the world. It is her job to destroy the enemies of the Coalition, and as such must both maintain her ability to carry-out her duties and maintain her ability to get permission to perform such actions. As such, she is coldly capable in removing obstacles towards this with little hesitation, as well as fully encompassed in the maintaining and upgrading of the Exultation as a fighting vessel. Drills aboard the vessel are a joy in her opinion, necessary and good for the welfare of the crew.

    In regards towards the use of prisoners and cloned soldiers and pilots, Krast finds the two to be diametrically opposites. Prisoners do not fight for you whatsoever, fighting only for themselves and potential freedom, fighting only with a gun to their head, and arming individuals who spend so long with a gun to their head, who spend so long wanted to shoot back at you, is not at all profitable. In the opposite direction, clones, properly trained and ordered, do wonders for the battlefield and wonders for the moral. All she has to look to for proof of that is the Clone Wars.

    As for the Jedi, she finds them to be meddlers who do not deserve to meddle, as thieves of people’s lives and their destinies. The Jedi took part in Old Republic politics for centuries, without either being voted in or having any form of training in the matters at hand. The Jedi took command, nearly immediately, of the Grand Army of the Republic when it was first revealed, with neither training nor a fully homogeneous view on the clones themselves and their uses. Some saw them as unfortunates. Others hated them. Grand Admiral Krast looks on these, and the many periods of the Jedi to keep their own in check, as great failings without excuse.
Force Sensitive: Negative
Skills/Powers:
  • Leadership Expertise
  • Political Maneuvering
  • Tactical Leadership
Weaponry:
  • SE-14C blaster pistol
Ship:
    Name: Exultation
    Class: Executor-class Star Dreadnought
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    Crew:
      279,144 Naval
      30,000 Marines
    Length: 19,000 meters
    Shielding: KDY Shield Generator Units (12)
    Armament:
      Turbolaser cannons (2,000)
      Heavy turbolaser cannons (2,000)
      Heavy ion cannons (250)
      Assault concussion missile tubes (200)
      Fragmentation missile tubes (100)
      Point-defense laser cannons (500)
      Phylon Transport Q7 tractor beam projectors (40)
    Complement:Modifications:
      Structural:
        The Exultation differs from many of her older sisters in the sense that she lacks several design characteristics that they would otherwise have. The most striking difference and improvement is the removal of the cityscape for the vessel, instead having a sloping section that completely encompasses any otherwise protruding structures along the ship’s hull for far more efficient usage of space, far better defensive capabilities against enemy starfighters, and increased armor against enemy capital ship strikes, along with the prevention of effective Trench Run Disease issues that would normally arise from the cityscape design. Another difference is the bridge, or lack thereof, with instead a far smaller half-sphere shape in the same general region as the original Executor-class design. This can be lowered into the main segment of the hull through hydraulic systems, the armor above closing, for far more improved armor detailing during battle.
      Shielding:
        In lieu of the two generators exposed on a command bridge, the Exultation instead opts for an older style of shield generator technology implementation with internal shield generators providing for the ship’s defense. Much like the older Venator classes, the twelve shield generators are internally housed along the vessel’s length to provide for maximum protection. These generators, being of modern quality, are capable of each powering the shield systems of an Imperial Tector-class Star Destroyer and as such provide more than enough.
      Propulsion:
        The Super Star Destroyer’s propulsion systems have been greatly upgraded since her launching, providing for a substantial increase in maneuverability during combat operations with integrated primary drive engines into the warship’s frame to allow for a more rapid rate of turn, along with an upgrade to her main sublight thruster units. These allow the vessel to keep pace with her lighter, newer counterparts, always towards the front of the fight. Hyperdrive systems have also been vastly improved, with the addition of three Hyperdrives of a Class 20 to the ship’s propulsion systems for use as in-combat jumps.
      Armament
        The Exultation’s weapons systems have been vastly improved, both in terms of technology, doctrinal placement, and number. To begin, weapons systems that would normally have been mounted on the dorsal hull have now been placed around the ship, affording it little to no blind spots with the massive degree of firepower available. Ventral and aft sections are now covered with turbolaser batteries and point defense systems to ward off fighters and bombers, along with the occasional corvette.

        The Turbolaser and Heavy Turbolaser batteries have been upgraded to modern standards, now boasting far more rapid rates of fire than they would normally and holding increased range over their more nominally equipped counterparts in the Pellaeon-class of warships.

        Assault Concussion Missile Tubes have been lessened in number, though modified to allow for a more rapid deployment and reloading with increased targeting systems and automated replenishment systems. The missiles themselves have been upgraded for a more rapid delivery in flight, along with a vastly superior flight system compared to the original. Engine systems have also been upgraded.

        Fragmentation Missile Tubes have also been added in order to allow the warship to engage and destroy lighter warships, bomber, and starfighter formations, along with the destruction of missiles. Specialized missiles were developed which allow for the automated firing of flares from afar in order to further halt missile engagements.It should be noted that the missile tubes are placed in clusters centered about the vessel’s main dorsal and ventral long axis.

        Point-Defense Laser Cannons have been upgraded in order to allow for a vastly, vastly increased rate of fire, essentially being capable of reaching 5,000 shots per minute. These weapons have also been largely linked towards specialized miniature tractor beam emitters, designed to slow-down enemy fighter and bomber formations to allow for easier shots.
Biography:
    Grand Admiral Krast was born in 151 ABY on the Imperial fortress world of Bastion. The Empire and her remnants were already in severe decline, falling and falling underneath the assaults of her enemies, and Krast watched these events unfold from her earliest years. Food shortages were in decline for the most part, a fierce pride being slowly beaten-down underneath the more practical aspects of life. As many a philosopher said, any empire is one day from death, one day without food and mothers began to kill to feed their babies. Her father was a pilot with the Navy, just another face and target towards any X-Wing pilot yet always, always special to family. Even if he kept to himself for most of the time, the man was always quick and able to joke, always being capable in some way to bring a smile to someone’s face. Her mother was in a supply corps stationed at home, a civil servant in a military uniform.

    Then, in 160 ABY, the big push came. The Galactic Alliance moved into Imperial space had a rapid pace, intending to take all that they could, all that was left. The intent was clear, and Bastion turned into a flurry as a draft was called-up. All the older kids suddenly disappeared, gone and gone away to go to war and defend what was theirs, and every storefront that was once manned by a younger man or woman was replaced by their parents, older and slower and perpetually with a frown on their face, even if they tried to hide it, even if the kids who they didn’t want to know things were about. You could tell it in the eyes, many could tell it in the eyes, and Krast could tell the same as well. Her father disappeared as well, her mother gone far more frequently, and in their place a cousin with a limp leg arrived. Krast was just ten.

    The word came, following that. The Galactic Alliance had been halted in several key systems, haaltedd and their advance broken. Their fleets at the spearhead were shattered through several daring Imperial strikes and ambushes. Bastion became just a little brighter, just a little happier; they weren’t invincible. That fact alone, that they could and would be beaten, was enough to make some smiles, to make some faces turn just a little less rigid, and turned the marches of soldiers through the city into marches of victory. Hell, even the cousin with the limp leg smiled a bit, and every night he would read the messages to Krast from her father, every single night, and every so often they’d do a holo-call. Her father turned just a bit brighter too; he was always more capable of making a smile, always ready to place a mask onto his face.

    One day, though, the calls stopped coming, and the smiles at home stopped, too. This was six months after the start of that invasion, six months, and the cousin at home told her to sit down, to be strong. Father wasn’t coming home, he said, he’s gone off and away and just wouldn’t come back. It was avoiding that statement, that ultimately true statement, but it was saying enough. Krast understood what ‘he isn’t coming home’ meant, knew that dad had gone off into the deep black of space and just couldn’t return. Death was all too common then, all to common for kids to know about and all to common for many to shed too many tears over, there was so much. No funeral at home was held, only a small little ceremony and solemn faces.

    The war continued for one more year, Krast waiting and watching, waiting and watching and training. She wanted to make him proud, all through that time, and became capable because of it. In her mind, if there was a failure it was unacceptable, if there was a death it was avoidable, and if there was a loss it should never be repeated. Mistakes were failures only if they were allowed to repeat in that concept, and as such she did not want any form of failure in the first place. A voracious study of tactical matters, historical battles, coupled with a self-driven necessity to succeed athletically ensured that Krast had both no life outside and a strong, strong step ahead of other children her age. Some teachers became worried during the period, finding and thinking it to be self-destructive or unhealthy, yet any sort of attempt to bring it up would not be tolerated. If ever it was brought up, Krast merely would reply that she wanted to excel, to get into a good university, to make a success of herself, and that was that. Councillors found themselves up against a supremely determined individual who tolerated nothing in the way of disagreement, a student who refused to be pampered and told to cut it back.

    She would join the Imperial Officer Academy on Bastion in 169 ABY, moving through her classes with a breakneck speed. While there were things that Krast found hard, here and there, scattered within the texts and lessons, where her classmates found struggle she instead found places and points to concentrate and vent her anger. For night after night, she would spend her days in the schoolhouse moving-through the work, doing every single problem she could find, asking every single question, doing quizzes and practice exams over and over until perfection could be achieved. Physical education, hand-to-hand combat, was one other such region wherein Krast unleashed pent-up stress and struggles against those about her, often applying far more force than would normally ever be considered acceptable and as such would have received several joyous punishments had her teachers not approved. Fortunately for her, they found her aggressive tactics to be likable and rather good, and as such encouraged the young girl to be just as such while in the fleet.

    During her time at the Academy, Krast would become far more acquainted to the ideals of command structures, towards the ideals of submission and assertion of command principles in regards to maintaining a good chain of command, as such becoming far more out a conversationalist in the most positive lights, far more of a controlling manipulator in the negative lights. Krast found that it was rather interesting, though she strove to maintain a professional conduct between herself and her fellow Ensigns there. It was hard at times, however, due to the constant maneuverings of the students attempting to jockey themselves into other good graces, into bringing other students to ruin or shame, and the vast majority of Academy personnel were of the higher standings in society. They were of the style that took and did not ask. This would culminate in the death of three students, each having fallen to their death from a balcony. Krast left no links to herself on the murder.

    Following her graduation from the Imperial Officer Academy, Lieutenant Krast would be assigned to the Spectrum, a frigate serving with the 4th Fleet, as the vessel’s primary navigational officer. The preemptive strike on the Galactic Alliance’s behalf would be one she would never forget, the Mon Calamari warships jumping from space nearly right on top of them, ramming into mines and warships as they exited hyperspace, all the cannons firing and all the fighters screaming. The attackers would be defeated that day, the war begun. Krast relished it, finding her revenge to be at hand, finding her chance to make her father proud. The Spectrum would be commended on that day for her actions in defense of the Coalition, for her capacity in engaging the enemy and the avoidance of most damage due to skilled piloting whilst in the thick of battle. She would participate with the Spectrum for several more engagements, the vessel acting in the skirmisher role to engage and destroy enemy shipping and trade.

    Krast would be, eventually, promoted to the rank of Commander and given command over the Dark Cloud, an Ardent-class Frigate, and would participate in the 177 ABY Coalition invasion of Alliance space. The vessel would earn a reputation for daring tactics and a capacity to engage the enemy on no terms but their own. Communications jamming and misdirection were especially effective tactics for Krast, luring Alliance warships into minefields or gravity wells to disrupt and neutralize moments before moving lighter bombers in, along with long-range missile strikes against the enemy. It was a remarkable time, with moral on an all time high, and Krast loved it. This culminated in a deadly first strike against the Mon Calamari Shipyards, destroying vast portions of them deep behind enemy lines. It was a remarkable time. Following her victories aboard the Dark Cloud, the promotion to a Captaincy would be a compliment with venom. Captain Krast would be given command of the Exultation, a warship of the oldest class in service that had been built in the waning years of the Empire, the largest warship in the fleet and the last of it’s class. An Executor-class was a sight to see, that was for sure, but the vessel was also in ill-repair. Her engine systems were inoperable, her shields nonexistent, her hull breached in several sections due to the fighting retreat she had performed upon exit of the Kuat Drive Yards in her earliest years, and it was Captain Krast who had the ‘honor’ of restoring her. Apparently the deadly tactics that had been performed outside of fleet maneuvers had runned an Admiral the wrong way, the job given being a joke.

    She got to work on it immediately, working on the restoration of full hull pressure and armor capacity as well as the engine systems. Reactors were moved-in from Kuat Drive Yards, multiple and of a far better quality, along with shield generators for installation along the length of the vessel. Captain Krast also found that it would be necessary for a reworking of the vessel’s gun emplacement doctrine, moving weapons systems to the aft and ventral sections of the ship, which were otherwise previously only lightly defended. In addition to this, far more modifications were made to the vessel’s defensive capabilities, allowing for the removal of many weak points that had proven the failure of her earlier sisters. After two years, in 185 ABY, the Exultation would be deployed to her first battle: Eriadu. There the warship, massive and all-encompassing, would be a vast portion of the fleet sent to engage and destroy a Jedi task force in the region. The defeat of the Force-Users was swift and all-completing, a death knell to the Alliance. For her actions in the restoration of the warship, Krast was given the Admiralty, elevated up to where she felt she should be.

    Since that point, since that peace and that war, Krast has driven to continuously perfect the Exultation, her instrument of destruction, it’s crew and her position within the Coalition. She feels it necessary to maintain that, and as such has done so with great capability, implementing contacts within Domestic Investigation to great effect to eliminate rivals. Due to her time in service, she has since then been granted the rank of Grand Admiral, and has implemented this to great effect in order to further secure her position within the Coalition.
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Grand Admiral Krast Holdings

Rothana:
    As a former Imperial Fortress World and longtime constructor of civil and war-faring vessels, the planet and it's outlying regions of space are unsurprisingly Grand Admiral Krast's homeport of sorts. Holding one of the very few docks capable of housing her massive flagship, the planet has been reinforced over and over across the centuries. Having planetary shields which extend outwards to encompass the massive orbital drydocks, four Golan V Space Defense NovaGun platforms provide for heavy static defense against enemy capital ships while a series of minefields provides for the starfighter defense. Two Pellaeon-class Star Destroyers and four Ardent-class Fast Attack Frigates are permanently stationed at the planet.
Kowak:
    While the planet itself is not even populated by Coalition forces, the region provides for a key strategic defense and communications site in Grand Admiral Krast's defensive plans. A series of refueling stations orbit the planet in one massed cluster, allowing for heavy freighters traveling in the region to make the trip with far less fuel on-board and therefore far more cargo instead, with in addition to this a large communications and defense platform protecting the framework. This modified Golan V Space Defense NovaGun is armed and equipped with heavy communications and jamming arrays, allowing for nearly unparalleled intelligence gathering, as well as two gravity well generators to ward-off incoming attacks. Three Ardent-class Fast Attack Frigates are permanently stationed at the planet.
Excarga:
    Acting in the role of a main supplier for raw materials for Rothana, Excarga has been extensively fortified to prevent the loss of such an important planet to an Alliance rapid advance. Towards this end, along with the massive stations and space elevators necessary for the mooring and loading of the freighters, two Golan V Space Defense NovaGuns have been stationed at the planet, along with multiple minefields to deter any sort of cloaked or otherwise surprise attack. Heavy semi-orbital foundries are also present, allowing for the rapid removal of raw materials.
Hypori:
    A main arms and armor producer within the Coalition, Hypori's role since the time of the Clone Wars has not changed all that much. Several factories dot the surface, as well as major civil stations to allow for the shipping of the products, and the planet is torn neatly between her civil and military production focuses. In terms of weapons and armor production she is nearly exclusively a supplier to the Coalition with only minor sales to Hutt Cartel representatives. Due to the strategic importance of the planet, four Golan V Space NovaGun installations orbit about the planet, along with several minefields. Two Pellaeon-class Star Destroyers and three Ardent-class Fast Attack Frigates are stationed at the planet.


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CO: Grand Admiral Krast

Dreadnoughts:
Executor-class Star Dreadnought (1) - ISD Exultation
Star Destroyers:
MC90 Star Cruiser (1) - ISD Pathfinder
Pellaeon-Class Star Destroyer (4) - ISD Ardent Fury, ISD Phalanx, ISD Valient, ISD Revenant
Interdictor-Class Star Destroyer (1) - ISD Bishop
Cruisers:
Strike-Class Medium Cruiser (4) - ISD Leviathan, ISD Navigator, ISD Hope, ISD Wyvern
Nebulon-B2 Frigate (2) - ISD Rising, ISD Messenger
CC-770 Frigate (2) - ISD Nemesis, ISD Buccaneer
Escorts:
Ardent-Class Fast Frigate (9) - Archer, Regulant, Breaker, Just, Intolerant, Bayonet, Pursuer, Triton, Famine
Support Vessels:
Altor-Class Replenishment Ship (6) - Legacy, Prophet, Griffin, Pandora, Spectator, Watcher
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Postby Jedi Council » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:23 pm

Danceria wrote:It's an old Tag, but hopefully this still checks out.

You are cleared. Glad you are interested!
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This looks interesting, I’ll get an app in soon.

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Rhinocera wrote:This looks interesting, I’ll get an app in soon.

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Postby The Valyria Empire » Mon Jun 25, 2018 10:11 pm

Deja vu, I have been in this place before
The APP
Name: Davin Fel (Darth Imperious)
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: None
Rank: Sith Lord (The Dark Lord of the Sith), Emperor of the Fel Empire (de jure)
Appearance (Picture preferred, if not, detailed description accepted):
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Mask (Wears to keep his identity a secret)
Personality: Davin has a deep hatred for the Coalition and the Alliance. He blames them for the destruction of the Fel Empire and seeks to see them destroyed. His main goal, above all else is to restore the Fel Empire, with him as it's Emperor. Davin has grown ruthless in the search for an apprentice, killing any who he has deemed unworthy. He also believes the Rule of One to be Darth Krayt's undoing and desires to revive the Rule of Two. Davin is willing to show kindness to those who still believe in the revitalization of the Fel Empire. Along with this, he cares deeply for the people of House Solo, as they are his distant relatives. Davin wishes to gain absolute power so that he can protect those he cares about.

Davin believes in the art of domination. "Why destroy what you can control?", Davin would rather turn the Jedi to his cause rather than destroy them. He hopes to turn them into his own Imperial Knights if possible, or at the least keep them under his heel. Along with this, Davin has tried to keep his identity a secret as long as possible. If the leaders of the Coalition or the Alliance hear about a possible claim to the Imperial Throne still surviving it could mean all his plans undone.
Force Sensitive: Y
Skills/Powers:
  • Form VII: Juyo
  • Form V: Djem
  • Battle Meditation
  • Force Push/Pull/Levitation
  • Force Lightning
  • Force Grip
  • Force Corrupt
  • Drain Knowledge
Weaponry: Lightsaber
Ship (If you have one):
  • 1x Imperious-class Star Destroyer, Baron of the Empire
  • 1x Nune-class Imperial Shuttle (outfitted with an illegal cloaking device)
Biography:
Born in 173 ABY, Davin never knew his father. His grandfather was Jagged III Fel, heir to Marasiah and Emperor to the Fel Empire but died in the civil war that tore his Empire apart. With his death, any loyalists to him fled into the galaxy and divided themselves as they refused to join the Coalition. His son, Roan II fled into the galaxy with his wife and south sanctuary on Bespin and lived in Cloud City. Roan would die when a swoop bike gang attacked his family. In Roan's will he left enough money for his wife to leave Cloud City and take their son to Ossus, to be trained as a Jedi.

Davin was taken in, and trained in the traditional role as a youngling. While his mother did witness his childhood, she would eventually perish before he would become a padawan. Due to his Fel bloodline, it was quickly shown that he had a natural connection to the force and a talent for lightsabers. With this came some concerns from the Jedi Council, and once it was time for him to become a Padawan a talented Jedi Master would be needed to train him. Kara Ka was chosen for the position, shortly afterwards war with the Coalition broke out. Davin Fel would soon follow his Master into war. It was during the war that Davin started to feel a weird connection. At times he could reach out with the force and feel the pain and worry of the soldiers, but also the triumph and hope. He reported this feelings to his master, and it was discovered that he had the potential for Battle Meditation. However, Davin had little time to practice this technique due to his Master fighting on the front lines.

Eventually, the time had come for a powerful strike against the Coalition. The taking of Eriadu. Karan Ka and Davin were assigned to the Fleet's Light Cruiser Force. It was during this battle that he was assigned to the Imperious-class Star Destroyer, Justice while his master remained on a different ship. Using this opportunity, Davin tried to use his Battle Meditation on his men that were wavering as they continued to lose the battle. However, due to his inexperience with the technique his men's morale plummeted and soon many began to flee. His forces, which where helping the withdraw of Master K'Kruhk fled the battle leaving K'Kruhk open to the enemy and soon his flagship was destroyed. Shortly afterwards, Karan Ka ordered a retreat and the fleets began to retreat. However, with many of Davin's forces dead his ship became under heavy fire but were able to jump to hyperspace.

This however was a mistake. Their hyperspace coordinates were off, and with their engines damaged the ship went off in a different direction than that of Karan Ka's. Soon enough, they were able to stop the jump but right into an asteroid field. Without shields, the ship was torn apart and soon enough a asteroid crashed through the bridge. With this, Davin thought he would be dead, yet when he awoke he found himself still alive and many others as well. While the ship was moving, they were barely holding on. Davin realized, that he was holding the ship together with the force. This caused great stress on the young Padawan and the remaining crew began trying to fix the essential systems. Once the scanners were back on, they had noticed a nearby planet with an Alliance space station. They had made it to the Alliance Base on Korriban.

They docked their ship for repairs, and during this time Davin felt a call from the planet's surface. Every time he would try to sleep he would have a dream of a temple, with several holocrons scattered about. Eventually, Davin fell to the temptation and took a shuttle to the surface. Through the force he was able to find a temple hidden in a mountain. After he landed and made his way inside the temple, he could feel the dark side growing stronger. Eventually he found a small cache, with several holocrons. Many voices called to him and soon enough he decided to gather them and return to his ship. For the next two years, the Justice remains docked for repairs, all the while Davin continues his study. He divulges his thoughts into the holocrons, tells them how he wished he had enough power to have won the battle of Eridau. Davin slowly gives into the dark side as the holocrons begin to teach him the ways of the Sith.

However, this had to be put on hold. As the Vulpter Armistice was signed, and troops began to board the Justice to execute Davin. Hearing word of the Armistice, Davin lashed out in anger against the incoming enemy forces, and used a fairly weak force lightning for the first time. Any troops still loyal to Davin were able to get the ship undocked, and after destroying a Scythe-class battle cruiser they were able to jump to hyperspace. Following this Davin received word from his old master of a holdout on Ilum, but the Sith holocrons persuaded him to go into hiding. Eventually they found their way to a remote planet, named Dagobah. With the ship still needing some finishing repairs, Davin decided to travel to the surface and seek the dark call coming from the planet. It was here that he continued his training with the holocrons in secret for the next year.

Eventually, he received word from Ek-Marai to come to Telos IV to reconstitute the Order. The holocrons spoke to Davin, and told him that the only way for him to get the power he desired was to betray the Jedi. Davin mulled over the decision for several days, before finally sending the message from Ek-Marai to several Coalition and Alliance frequencies. With this, Davin knew there was no going back. He decided to finally give himself to the dark side, becoming the new Dark Lord of the Sith. After looking through his past through the force, he realized he was the heir to the Fel Empire and thus took the name Darth Imperious. With this, he also renamed his ship to Baron of the Empire after his heroic ancestor.

With his knowledge from the holocrons, he crafts a new lightsaber with a crimson blade along with a Sith mask. From there, he decided that the only way to destroy the Coalition and the Alliance was from the inside. Using the Baron as a base of operations, he would go on to establish several terrorist cells in the Coalition, after corrupting several small gangs to his will. From there he decided he would need to assassinate the Chancellor to destabilize the Alliance.

After making his way to Coruscant, he was able to infiltrate the Chancellor's apartments. From, he was able to use force grip to launch him out a window, at the cost of alerting the security to him. He was able to get away, but only barely. He returned to the Baron and decided to bide his time till the Armistice would need to be resigned. Then, he would begin his next step all the while studying the holocrons.

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Notes: Has a suit of Imperial Knight Armor, should the need to reveal his identity ever come. He has a force connection with his former master, Karen Ka but due to his fall the connection has been severed to a thread, thus making Karen believe he died.
He has corrupted all the crew members aboard the Baron, thus making them his slaves.
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The APP
Name: Martius Shan
Age: 254 (Biological age: 35)
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: The Jedi Order
Rank: Jedi Master
Appearance:
Image

Personality: An honorable man and devoted adherent to the Jedi Code, Martius was once a dedicated servant of the Jedi Order and the Old Republic. Having lost his Master and a good many friends during the Clone Wars, Martius can be somewhat cold and closed off for fear of making new friends only to lose them (learning that almost everyone he ever knew is now gone is not likely to help that either). That said, those who manage to get past his defense mechanisms will find that Martius is a caring and loyal companion, as dedicated to the people he cares about as he once was to the Republic.
Force Sensitive: Yes
Skills/Powers: Coming from a family with a long history of a strong connection to the Force, Martius has a good deal of potential to develop a strong connection himself, though he currently has done little to tap into that potential; having studied under an Echani Master who had him focus primarily on perfecting his chosen lightsaber forms of Djem So and Soresu. As such, he primarily knows abilities such as Force Speed and Force Strength which serve to supplement those forms, though he still has at least basic training in many other Light Side and universal Force abilities, and as a Shan has a natural talent for Battle Meditation. This focus on lightsaber combat has helped to make Martius a formidable duelist however, and combined with his extensive experience fighting in the Clone Wars, he is quite deadly with the elegant weapon from his more civilized age. Additionally, Martius is a very talented strategist and tactician, a good pilot, well-educated, and well-versed in Galactic history.
Weaponry: Armor and a lightsaber with a blue blade
Ship: Nu-class Attack Shuttle Liberator
Biography:
Born into a family with a long history of a strong connection to the Force going back countless generations, it was no surprise when Martius was discovered to be Force Sensitive. He was brought to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant while still an infant, and was raised by the Order. Like many younglings he trained under Master Yoda for much of his youth, until completing his Initiate Trials at the age of 10 and becoming a Padawan. A natural with a lightsaber, he caught the eye of the Echani Jedi Master Meetra Fenni, who would go on to select him as her apprentice. Eager to impress his new Master, Martius was extremely diligent in his training with Master Fenni, and learned a great deal in a short amount of time. Meetra was impressed enough by Martius' performance that she even began to train him in the Echani martial arts in addition to his Jedi studies.

After learning the basics of the lightsaber forms, Martius decided to focus his studies on Form V Djem So, which he studied with his master and further supplemented with the Echani techniques she taught him, and Form III Soresu, which he learned from the Jedi Battlemaster Cin Drallig alongside a number of other Padawans. When not studying on Coruscant, Martius accompanied his Master on a variety of adventures (and the occasional misadventure) ranging from mediating negotiations to battling pirates in the Outer Rim. While studying for his Trials he also became very interested in Galactic History, particularly when he learned that an ancestor of his named Satele had once been none other than the Grand Master of the Jedi Order. History continued to be a major point of interest for him, even after successfully completing his Trials and becoming a Jedi Knight, to the point that he even once considered becoming a full-fledged Jedi Historian.

The ever growing troubles with the Trade Federation and the increasingly popular separatist movement would, unfortunately, keep him too busy to do so however, and while he still studied as much as he could while in transit or during a rare break, much of the next few years would be spent in skirmishes and (typically unsuccessful) negotiations with the groups. Things would soon come to a head when Martius received a message from his former Master requesting that he join her and her Padawan in a Jedi Strike Team that was being assembled to rescue two Jedi and a Senator who were being held captive on the planet Geonosis. Sadly, though Martius and Meetra both had seen more than their fair share of combat by this point, the small engagements they were accustomed to simply could not prepare them for the scale of combat they would face on that dust-covered world. Though Martius would survive the battle, thanks in large part to ARC Commander Maverick, the clone who would later become his XO, his Master was not so fortunate. In the wake of Meetra's death, Martius began devoting every waking moment to honoring her memory and sacrifice by doing everything in his power to preserve the Republic and the Jedi Order by winning the war they were now faced with, and putting an end to the Separatist uprising once and for all.

The death of Meetra also left her Padawan, Arven Visz, without a Master. Feeling he owed it to his Master to finish the young woman's training, Martius requested to be made Arven's new master and the Council gladly agreed. As the Clone Wars officially began, Martius was made a Jedi General and given command of the 53rd Legion, and new Padawan at his side, he set off to combat the Separatists. His devotion to the cause and desire to find justice for his Master would serve him well over the next two years as he led the 53rd in battles all over the Galaxy: from the crystalline skyscrapers of Christophsis, to the shadow world of Umbara, the dense jungles of Felucia, and most everything in between. Martius, Maverick and the 53rd all fought valiantly in each engagement they found themselves thrust into, and the Jedi General received numerous commendations for his actions in the war.

About a year into the war however, Martius became quite worried about Arven; though she was a good student and progressing well in her training, he noticed a great anger gradually building inside her as she combated the Separatists. No doubt this was due to the death of Meetra, a pain he understood only too well, but as her anger continued to grow unchecked he worried it might draw her towards the dark side. As his methods of emotional control didn't seem to do much to help Arven, he contacted Master Windu to ask if he could help teach his Padawan to better control the darkness growing inside her. After meeting with Arven, Windu agreed to help, and took her under his wing for several months to help train her.

Martius meanwhile was assigned to retake the planet Garos IV in the Mid Rim, and proceeded at once to the world with his Legion. The fighting was brutal, and though Martius was badly injured by Separatist artillery he refused to leave the planet and continued leading his troops from the frontlines. After giving an inspiring speech, Martius personally lead a final push into the enemy's command center, driving the last of the Separatist forces off the world. For his actions on Garos IV, Martius was awarded the Cross of Glory and given a brief leave to recover from his injuries.

Once he'd healed up he was reunited with his Padawan, who thanks to Master Windu's training had managed to get her anger under control. Having successfully accomplished that task, Windu informed her he believed she was ready for her Trials and Martius happily agreed. With her experience in the war, Arven easily passed her Trials after which Martius proudly prepared her for her Knighting Ceremony. A short time later, the High Council informed Martius that, for successfully training a Padawan to Knighthood and his tireless service to the Republic, they were bestowing the title of Jedi Master upon him and promoting him to the rank of Senior Jedi General. Thanks to his extensive study of history, he was also offered a seat on the Council of First Knowledge which he gladly accepted, allowing him access to the Holocron Chamber and Holocron Vault.

Martius studied the incredible knowledge made available to him whenever he could, and took a particular interest in the histories of the ancient conflicts that had been recorded by Master Gnost-Dural. Utilizing the knowledge gained from his studies, Martius adopted new tactics, often preferring surgical strikes and diversionary feint attacks to conventional tactics, which helped lead his Sector Army to numerous victories in the Outer Rim Sieges with minimal casualties.

Everything would soon change for the Jedi however, when he and Maverick were ambushed by a Separatist frigate while en route to Ilum, where Martius was scheduled to meet with a group of younglings to lead them in the Gathering ritual. Though Martius was able to maneuver out of the way of the worst of the enemy fire, his shuttle's shields were still badly damaged, resulting in a failure of the vessel's relativistic shielding that went unnoticed as Martius made an emergency hyperspace jump out of the system and to the pre-set coordinates of Ilum. A few hours later the Jedi and Clone Officer would find themselves in orbit of the icy world, but though the relativistic shield failure didn't interfere with where they arrived, it did interfere with when...

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The APP
Name: CC-1776 "Maverick"
Age: 237 (Biological age: 18, though appears older due to accelerated clone aging)
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: The Republic The Jedi Order
Rank: Clone Commander
Appearance:
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Personality: Born and bred solely for the purpose of making war, Maverick is a soldier through and through. While more independent than many of his brothers, Maverick is still every bit as dedicated, loyal, and honorable, and is a great asset to whatever force in which he serves.
Force Sensitive: No
Skills/Powers: Elite ARC and Clone Commander training, talented tactician, excellent shot, demolitions expert, decent pilot
Weaponry: Phase II Clone ARC armor, jetpack (not always worn), macrobinoculars, breathmask survival gear (not always worn), DC-15LE blaster rifle, 2x DC-17 handblasters, thermal detonators, and EMP grenades
Ship: Same shuttle as Martius
Biography:
Like all Clones, CC-1776 was born on Kamino and cloned from Jango Fett's DNA. Like other Clone Commanders, he had been bred to be more autonomous and intelligent than standard clones, but CC-1776's autonomy ended up being considerably greater than most of the other commanders, and he ended up with an independent streak that earned him the nickname "Maverick." Maverick initially received poor ratings during his basic training due to his difficulty working well with others and his outright refusal on several occasions to follow orders he deemed to be "stupid." Still, his exceptional combat and tactical prowess managed to get him through basic by the skin of his teeth, and when he began his Clone Commander training, he truly excelled. Where many Commanders lost men in simulations while holing up and waiting for orders when presented with a tactical opportunity to outflank the enemy, Maverick's natural independent streak allowed him to press the advantage as soon as it presented itself, regardless of orders. While this might've made him a lousy trooper, it made him an excellent leader, and he passed his Commander training with top marks; leading to his being selected for additional training as an ARC Commander.

He completed his ARC training just in time for the Clone Wars to kick off, and he was selected to be among those in the first wave deployed to Geonosis. His first taste of combat was in the planet's arena, where he destroyed over a dozen droids and helped to extract a Jedi Knight by the name of Martius Shan. Once out of the arena, Maverick and the rest of his regiment landed on the main battlefield, and were placed under Shan's command. Though a formidable combatant, Martius had no prior experience fighting an all-out war, and just instinctively ordered the regiment to launch a frontal assault against the droid forces. Maverick immediately pointed out what a terrible idea that was, and after bringing up a map of the battlefield, pointed out a natural trench along the enemy's left flank which would both provide excellent cover and allow them to outflank the droid forces. Martius wisely listened to Maverick's suggestion, and led the regiment through the trench, where the narrow space further gave him an excellent advantage against the battle droids stationed there.

Once they'd reached a good position, the regiment laid down covering fire for the clone troopers advancing against the droid army, which now found itself caught in a crossfire. The droids were soon ordered into a full retreat, and as they fell back, Martius, Maverick, and the rest of the regiment left the trench to aid the rest of the clone forces which were pushing forward to gun them down. As the battle neared it's end however, a B2 super battle droid managed to get a lucky shot off which hit Maverick directly in the gut. The clone collapsed to the ground in pain, but when the B2 moved in for the kill, Martius jumped directly in front of Maverick and deflected its blaster fire away long enough for him to close in and slice the droid in half. Using his Force heal ability, Martius was able to stabilize Maverick's injury, then carried the clone back across the battlefield to a Medevac transport.

The battle was won, and in the aftermath Martius was given the rank of Jedi General, and placed in command of the 53rd Legion for his actions on the planet, and he quickly chose the now recovered Maverick as his executive officer. The clone had earned the Jedi's trust, and the Jedi had earned the clone's unwavering loyalty. In what little downtime he had, Martius read every text and studied every holocron he could find on the subject of military tactics and strategies, and drilled constantly with Maverick, Arven, and the rest of the 53rd to be as prepared as possible for whatever battles may come. That preparation paid off, and along with the infinitely more valuable lessons that firsthand experience on battlefields throughout the galaxy taught, the two became excellent and well regarded commanders.

After Martius was made a Jedi Master and promoted to Senior Jedi General, the Jedi kept Maverick on as his XO, and thanks to his ARC training the Clone had no difficulty keeping up with Martius as the Jedi began to more frequently use ARC troopers and Clone Commandos in surgical strikes against the Separatists during the Outer Rim Sieges. During this time, Maverick also attended a briefing with a number of other Clone officers during which he met with an old friend from his ARC training days: Captain Rex of the 501st. While talking with Rex, Maverick learned of the inhibitor chips installed in all Clone troopers that Fives had discovered before his death. Maverick was outraged at the news, and with his independent streak as strong as ever, he joined Rex, Wolffe, and Gregor in having his chip removed.

A short time later, Maverick accompanied Martius to the icy-world of Ilum both to serve as Martius' gunner, and to keep an eye on the ship while the Jedi was occupied guiding the younglings in the planet's ice caves. Martius had hoped a quiet trip would give them some time to discuss new strategies and possible training regimen alterations for the troops as well, but as fate would have it, the trip would turn out to be anything but quiet, and a relativistic shield failure would result in them arriving at their destination a little later than expected...

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Postby Nuxipal » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:05 pm

I'll drop a tag in here so I can find it much easier tomorrow.

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Tag. I'm really intrigued.
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Brusia wrote:The APP
Name: Martius Shan
Age: 254 (Biological age: 35)
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: The Jedi Order
Rank: Jedi Master
Appearance:
Personality: An honorable man and devoted adherent to the Jedi Code, Martius was once a dedicated servant of the Jedi Order and the Old Republic. Having lost his Master and a good many friends during the Clone Wars, Martius can be somewhat cold and closed off for fear of making new friends only to lose them (learning that almost everyone he ever knew is now gone is not likely to help that either). That said, those who manage to get past his defense mechanisms will find that Martius is a caring and loyal companion, as dedicated to the people he cares about as he once was to the Republic.
Force Sensitive: Yes
Skills/Powers: Coming from a family with a long history of a strong connection to the Force, Martius has a good deal of potential to develop a strong connection himself, though he currently has done little to tap into that potential; having studied under an Echani Master who had him focus primarily on perfecting his chosen lightsaber forms of Djem So and Soresu. As such, he primarily knows abilities such as Force Speed and Force Strength which serve to supplement those forms, though he still has at least basic training in many other Light Side and universal Force abilities, and as a Shan has a natural talent for Battle Meditation. This focus on lightsaber combat has helped to make Martius a formidable duelist however, and combined with his extensive experience fighting in the Clone Wars, he is quite deadly with the elegant weapon from his more civilized age. Additionally, Martius is a very talented strategist and tactician, a good pilot, well-educated, and well-versed in Galactic history.
Weaponry: Armor and a lightsaber with a blue blade
Ship: Nu-class Attack Shuttle Liberator
Biography:
Born into a family with a long history of a strong connection to the Force going back countless generations, it was no surprise when Martius was discovered to be Force Sensitive. He was brought to the Jedi Temple on Coruscant while still an infant, and was raised by the Order. Like many younglings he trained under Master Yoda for much of his youth, until completing his Initiate Trials at the age of 10 and becoming a Padawan. A natural with a lightsaber, he caught the eye of the Echani Jedi Master Meetra Fenni, who would go on to select him as her apprentice. Eager to impress his new Master, Martius was extremely diligent in his training with Master Fenni, and learned a great deal in a short amount of time. Meetra was impressed enough by Martius' performance that she even began to train him in the Echani martial arts in addition to his Jedi studies.

After learning the basics of the lightsaber forms, Martius decided to focus his studies on Form V Djem So, which he studied with his master and further supplemented with the Echani techniques she taught him, and Form III Soresu, which he learned from the Jedi Battlemaster Cin Drallig alongside a number of other Padawans. When not studying on Coruscant, Martius accompanied his Master on a variety of adventures (and the occasional misadventure) ranging from mediating negotiations to battling pirates in the Outer Rim. While studying for his Trials he also became very interested in Galactic History, particularly when he learned that an ancestor of his named Satele had once been none other than the Grand Master of the Jedi Order. History continued to be a major point of interest for him, even after successfully completing his Trials and becoming a Jedi Knight, to the point that he even once considered becoming a full-fledged Jedi Historian.

The ever growing troubles with the Trade Federation and the increasingly popular separatist movement would, unfortunately, keep him too busy to do so however, and while he still studied as much as he could while in transit or during a rare break, much of the next few years would be spent in skirmishes and (typically unsuccessful) negotiations with the groups. Things would soon come to a head when Martius received a message from his former Master requesting that he join her and her Padawan in a Jedi Strike Team that was being assembled to rescue two Jedi and a Senator who were being held captive on the planet Geonosis. Sadly, though Martius and Meetra both had seen more than their fair share of combat by this point, the small engagements they were accustomed to simply could not prepare them for the scale of combat they would face on that dust-covered world. Though Martius would survive the battle, thanks in large part to ARC Commander Maverick, the clone who would later become his XO, his Master was not so fortunate. In the wake of Meetra's death, Martius began devoting every waking moment to honoring her memory and sacrifice by doing everything in his power to preserve the Republic and the Jedi Order by winning the war they were now faced with, and putting an end to the Separatist uprising once and for all.

The death of Meetra also left her Padawan, Arven Visz, without a Master. Feeling he owed it to his Master to finish the young woman's training, Martius requested to be made Arven's new master and the Council gladly agreed. As the Clone Wars officially began, Martius was made a Jedi General and given command of the 53rd Legion, and new Padawan at his side, he set off to combat the Separatists. His devotion to the cause and desire to find justice for his Master would serve him well over the next two years as he led the 53rd in battles all over the Galaxy: from the crystalline skyscrapers of Christophsis, to the shadow world of Umbara, the dense jungles of Felucia, and most everything in between. Martius, Maverick and the 53rd all fought valiantly in each engagement they found themselves thrust into, and the Jedi General received numerous commendations for his actions in the war.

About a year into the war however, Martius became quite worried about Arven; though she was a good student and progressing well in her training, he noticed a great anger gradually building inside her as she combated the Separatists. No doubt this was due to the death of Meetra, a pain he understood only too well, but as her anger continued to grow unchecked he worried it might draw her towards the dark side. As his methods of emotional control didn't seem to do much to help Arven, he contacted Master Windu to ask if he could help teach his Padawan to better control the darkness growing inside her. After meeting with Arven, Windu agreed to help, and took her under his wing for several months to help train her.

Martius meanwhile was assigned to retake the planet Garos IV in the Mid Rim, and proceeded at once to the world with his Legion. The fighting was brutal, and though Martius was badly injured by Separatist artillery he refused to leave the planet and continued leading his troops from the frontlines. After giving an inspiring speech, Martius personally lead a final push into the enemy's command center, driving the last of the Separatist forces off the world. For his actions on Garos IV, Martius was awarded the Cross of Glory and given a brief leave to recover from his injuries.

Once he'd healed up he was reunited with his Padawan, who thanks to Master Windu's training had managed to get her anger under control. Having successfully accomplished that task, Windu informed her he believed she was ready for her Trials and Martius happily agreed. With her experience in the war, Arven easily passed her Trials after which Martius proudly prepared her for her Knighting Ceremony. A short time later, the High Council informed Martius that, for successfully training a Padawan to Knighthood and his tireless service to the Republic, they were bestowing the title of Jedi Master upon him and promoting him to the rank of Senior Jedi General. Thanks to his extensive study of history, he was also offered a seat on the Council of First Knowledge which he gladly accepted, allowing him access to the Holocron Chamber and Holocron Vault.

Martius studied the incredible knowledge made available to him whenever he could, and took a particular interest in the histories of the ancient conflicts that had been recorded by Master Gnost-Dural. Utilizing the knowledge gained from his studies, Martius adopted new tactics, often preferring surgical strikes and diversionary feint attacks to conventional tactics, which helped lead his Sector Army to numerous victories in the Outer Rim Sieges with minimal casualties.

Everything would soon change for the Jedi however, when he and Maverick were ambushed by a Separatist frigate while en route to Ilum, where Martius was scheduled to meet with a group of younglings to lead them in the Gathering ritual. Though Martius was able to maneuver out of the way of the worst of the enemy fire, his shuttle's shields were still badly damaged, resulting in a failure of the vessel's relativistic shielding that went unnoticed as Martius made an emergency hyperspace jump out of the system and to the pre-set coordinates of Ilum. A few hours later the Jedi and Clone Officer would find themselves in orbit of the icy world, but though the relativistic shield failure didn't interfere with where they arrived, it did interfere with when...

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The APP
Name: CC-1776 "Maverick"
Age: 237 (Biological age: 18, though appears older due to accelerated clone aging)
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: The Republic The Jedi Order
Rank: Clone Commander
Appearance:
Personality: Born and bred solely for the purpose of making war, Maverick is a soldier through and through. While more independent than many of his brothers, Maverick is still every bit as dedicated, loyal, and honorable, and is a great asset to whatever force in which he serves.
Force Sensitive: No
Skills/Powers: Elite ARC and Clone Commander training, talented tactician, excellent shot, demolitions expert, decent pilot
Weaponry: Phase II Clone ARC armor, jetpack (not always worn), macrobinoculars, breathmask survival gear (not always worn), DC-15LE blaster rifle, 2x DC-17 handblasters, thermal detonators, and EMP grenades
Ship: Same shuttle as Martius
Biography:
Like all Clones, CC-1776 was born on Kamino and cloned from Jango Fett's DNA. Like other Clone Commanders, he had been bred to be more autonomous and intelligent than standard clones, but CC-1776's autonomy ended up being considerably greater than most of the other commanders, and he ended up with an independent streak that earned him the nickname "Maverick." Maverick initially received poor ratings during his basic training due to his difficulty working well with others and his outright refusal on several occasions to follow orders he deemed to be "stupid." Still, his exceptional combat and tactical prowess managed to get him through basic by the skin of his teeth, and when he began his Clone Commander training, he truly excelled. Where many Commanders lost men in simulations while holing up and waiting for orders when presented with a tactical opportunity to outflank the enemy, Maverick's natural independent streak allowed him to press the advantage as soon as it presented itself, regardless of orders. While this might've made him a lousy trooper, it made him an excellent leader, and he passed his Commander training with top marks; leading to his being selected for additional training as an ARC Commander.

He completed his ARC training just in time for the Clone Wars to kick off, and he was selected to be among those in the first wave deployed to Geonosis. His first taste of combat was in the planet's arena, where he destroyed over a dozen droids and helped to extract a Jedi Knight by the name of Martius Shan. Once out of the arena, Maverick and the rest of his regiment landed on the main battlefield, and were placed under Shan's command. Though a formidable combatant, Martius had no prior experience fighting an all-out war, and just instinctively ordered the regiment to launch a frontal assault against the droid forces. Maverick immediately pointed out what a terrible idea that was, and after bringing up a map of the battlefield, pointed out a natural trench along the enemy's left flank which would both provide excellent cover and allow them to outflank the droid forces. Martius wisely listened to Maverick's suggestion, and led the regiment through the trench, where the narrow space further gave him an excellent advantage against the battle droids stationed there.

Once they'd reached a good position, the regiment laid down covering fire for the clone troopers advancing against the droid army, which now found itself caught in a crossfire. The droids were soon ordered into a full retreat, and as they fell back, Martius, Maverick, and the rest of the regiment left the trench to aid the rest of the clone forces which were pushing forward to gun them down. As the battle neared it's end however, a B2 super battle droid managed to get a lucky shot off which hit Maverick directly in the gut. The clone collapsed to the ground in pain, but when the B2 moved in for the kill, Martius jumped directly in front of Maverick and deflected its blaster fire away long enough for him to close in and slice the droid in half. Using his Force heal ability, Martius was able to stabilize Maverick's injury, then carried the clone back across the battlefield to a Medevac transport.

The battle was won, and in the aftermath Martius was given the rank of Jedi General, and placed in command of the 53rd Legion for his actions on the planet, and he quickly chose the now recovered Maverick as his executive officer. The clone had earned the Jedi's trust, and the Jedi had earned the clone's unwavering loyalty. In what little downtime he had, Martius read every text and studied every holocron he could find on the subject of military tactics and strategies, and drilled constantly with Maverick, Arven, and the rest of the 53rd to be as prepared as possible for whatever battles may come. That preparation paid off, and along with the infinitely more valuable lessons that firsthand experience on battlefields throughout the galaxy taught, the two became excellent and well regarded commanders.

After Martius was made a Jedi Master and promoted to Senior Jedi General, the Jedi kept Maverick on as his XO, and thanks to his ARC training the Clone had no difficulty keeping up with Martius as the Jedi began to more frequently use ARC troopers and Clone Commandos in surgical strikes against the Separatists during the Outer Rim Sieges. During this time, Maverick also attended a briefing with a number of other Clone officers during which he met with an old friend from his ARC training days: Captain Rex of the 501st. While talking with Rex, Maverick learned of the inhibitor chips installed in all Clone troopers that Fives had discovered before his death. Maverick was outraged at the news, and with his independent streak as strong as ever, he joined Rex, Wolffe, and Gregor in having his chip removed.

A short time later, Maverick accompanied Martius to the icy-world of Ilum both to serve as Martius' gunner, and to keep an eye on the ship while the Jedi was occupied guiding the younglings in the planet's ice caves. Martius had hoped a quiet trip would give them some time to discuss new strategies and possible training regimen alterations for the troops as well, but as fate would have it, the trip would turn out to be anything but quiet, and a relativistic shield failure would result in them arriving at their destination a little later than expected...

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Postby Jedi Council » Tue Jun 26, 2018 12:56 pm

The Valyria Empire wrote:Deja vu, I have been in this place before
The APP
Name: Davin Fel (Darth Imperious)
Age: 27
Gender: Male
Allegiance paid to: None
Rank: Sith Lord (The Dark Lord of the Sith), Emperor of the Fel Empire (de jure)
Appearance (Picture preferred, if not, detailed description accepted): Mask (Wears to keep his identity a secret)
Personality: Davin has a deep hatred for the Coalition and the Alliance. He blames them for the destruction of the Fel Empire and seeks to see them destroyed. His main goal, above all else is to restore the Fel Empire, with him as it's Emperor. Davin has grown ruthless in the search for an apprentice, killing any who he has deemed unworthy. He also believes the Rule of One to be Darth Krayt's undoing and desires to revive the Rule of Two. Davin is willing to show kindness to those who still believe in the revitalization of the Fel Empire. Along with this, he cares deeply for the people of House Solo, as they are his distant relatives. Davin wishes to gain absolute power so that he can protect those he cares about.

Davin believes in the art of domination. "Why destroy what you can control?", Davin would rather turn the Jedi to his cause rather than destroy them. He hopes to turn them into his own Imperial Knights if possible, or at the least keep them under his heel. Along with this, Davin has tried to keep his identity a secret as long as possible. If the leaders of the Coalition or the Alliance hear about a possible claim to the Imperial Throne still surviving it could mean all his plans undone.
Force Sensitive: Y
Skills/Powers:
  • Form VII: Juyo
  • Form V: Djem
  • Battle Meditation
  • Force Push/Pull/Levitation
  • Force Lightning
  • Force Grip
  • Force Corrupt
  • Drain Knowledge
Weaponry: Lightsaber
Ship (If you have one):
  • 1x Imperious-class Star Destroyer, Baron of the Empire
  • 1x Nune-class Imperial Shuttle (outfitted with an illegal cloaking device)
Biography:
Born in 173 ABY, Davin never knew his father. His grandfather was Jagged III Fel, heir to Marasiah and Emperor to the Fel Empire but died in the civil war that tore his Empire apart. With his death, any loyalists to him fled into the galaxy and divided themselves as they refused to join the Coalition. His son, Roan II fled into the galaxy with his wife and south sanctuary on Bespin and lived in Cloud City. Roan would die when a swoop bike gang attacked his family. In Roan's will he left enough money for his wife to leave Cloud City and take their son to Ossus, to be trained as a Jedi.

Davin was taken in, and trained in the traditional role as a youngling. While his mother did witness his childhood, she would eventually perish before he would become a padawan. Due to his Fel bloodline, it was quickly shown that he had a natural connection to the force and a talent for lightsabers. With this came some concerns from the Jedi Council, and once it was time for him to become a Padawan a talented Jedi Master would be needed to train him. Kara Ka was chosen for the position, shortly afterwards war with the Coalition broke out. Davin Fel would soon follow his Master into war. It was during the war that Davin started to feel a weird connection. At times he could reach out with the force and feel the pain and worry of the soldiers, but also the triumph and hope. He reported this feelings to his master, and it was discovered that he had the potential for Battle Meditation. However, Davin had little time to practice this technique due to his Master fighting on the front lines.

Eventually, the time had come for a powerful strike against the Coalition. The taking of Eriadu. Karan Ka and Davin were assigned to the Fleet's Light Cruiser Force. It was during this battle that he was assigned to the Imperious-class Star Destroyer, Justice while his master remained on a different ship. Using this opportunity, Davin tried to use his Battle Meditation on his men that were wavering as they continued to lose the battle. However, due to his inexperience with the technique his men's morale plummeted and soon many began to flee. His forces, which where helping the withdraw of Master K'Kruhk fled the battle leaving K'Kruhk open to the enemy and soon his flagship was destroyed. Shortly afterwards, Karan Ka ordered a retreat and the fleets began to retreat. However, with many of Davin's forces dead his ship became under heavy fire but were able to jump to hyperspace.

This however was a mistake. Their hyperspace coordinates were off, and with their engines damaged the ship went off in a different direction than that of Karan Ka's. Soon enough, they were able to stop the jump but right into an asteroid field. Without shields, the ship was torn apart and soon enough a asteroid crashed through the bridge. With this, Davin thought he would be dead, yet when he awoke he found himself still alive and many others as well. While the ship was moving, they were barely holding on. Davin realized, that he was holding the ship together with the force. This caused great stress on the young Padawan and the remaining crew began trying to fix the essential systems. Once the scanners were back on, they had noticed a nearby planet with an Alliance space station. They had made it to the Alliance Base on Korriban.

They docked their ship for repairs, and during this time Davin felt a call from the planet's surface. Every time he would try to sleep he would have a dream of a temple, with several holocrons scattered about. Eventually, Davin fell to the temptation and took a shuttle to the surface. Through the force he was able to find a temple hidden in a mountain. After he landed and made his way inside the temple, he could feel the dark side growing stronger. Eventually he found a small cache, with several holocrons. Many voices called to him and soon enough he decided to gather them and return to his ship. For the next two years, the Justice remains docked for repairs, all the while Davin continues his study. He divulges his thoughts into the holocrons, tells them how he wished he had enough power to have won the battle of Eridau. Davin slowly gives into the dark side as the holocrons begin to teach him the ways of the Sith.

However, this had to be put on hold. As the Vulpter Armistice was signed, and troops began to board the Justice to execute Davin. Hearing word of the Armistice, Davin lashed out in anger against the incoming enemy forces, and used a fairly weak force lightning for the first time. Any troops still loyal to Davin were able to get the ship undocked, and after destroying a Scythe-class battle cruiser they were able to jump to hyperspace. Following this Davin received word from his old master of a holdout on Ilum, but the Sith holocrons persuaded him to go into hiding. Eventually they found their way to a remote planet, named Dagobah. With the ship still needing some finishing repairs, Davin decided to travel to the surface and seek the dark call coming from the planet. It was here that he continued his training with the holocrons in secret for the next year.

Eventually, he received word from Ek-Marai to come to Telos IV to reconstitute the Order. The holocrons spoke to Davin, and told him that the only way for him to get the power he desired was to betray the Jedi. Davin mulled over the decision for several days, before finally sending the message from Ek-Marai to several Coalition and Alliance frequencies. With this, Davin knew there was no going back. He decided to finally give himself to the dark side, becoming the new Dark Lord of the Sith. After looking through his past through the force, he realized he was the heir to the Fel Empire and thus took the name Darth Imperious. With this, he also renamed his ship to Baron of the Empire after his heroic ancestor.

With his knowledge from the holocrons, he crafts a new lightsaber with a crimson blade along with a Sith mask. From there, he decided that the only way to destroy the Coalition and the Alliance was from the inside. Using the Baron as a base of operations, he would go on to establish several terrorist cells in the Coalition, after corrupting several small gangs to his will. From there he decided he would need to assassinate the Chancellor to destabilize the Alliance.

After making his way to Coruscant, he was able to infiltrate the Chancellor's apartments. From, he was able to use force grip to launch him out a window, at the cost of alerting the security to him. He was able to get away, but only barely. He returned to the Baron and decided to bide his time till the Armistice would need to be resigned. Then, he would begin his next step all the while studying the holocrons.

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Notes: Has a suit of Imperial Knight Armor, should the need to reveal his identity ever come. He has a force connection with his former master, Karen Ka but due to his fall the connection has been severed to a thread, thus making Karen believe he died.
He has corrupted all the crew members aboard the Baron, thus making them his slaves.

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Corrupt Dictatorship

Postby Ormata » Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:53 pm

The Grand Admiral is done.
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Compulsory Consumerist State

Postby Rhinocera » Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:55 pm

Working on my app, I’ll have it up in 12 or so hours.

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Psychotic Dictatorship

Postby Union Princes » Tue Jun 26, 2018 6:36 pm

The APP
Name: Brymike Norcor
Age: 50
Gender: male
Allegiance paid to: Coalition
Rank: Paramilitary Moff
Appearance: With the height of 6'6", Brymike towers above his subordinates like a giant. His body is rather thin despite his higher consumption of food and water. His dark brown hair is starting to grow white with age and stress from his work. Even his face is becoming worn down as wrinkles began to appear from the burdens of managing a fortress world.
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Personality: Once a young, optimistic, and bashful brat that enrolled into a Republic military academy, Brymike is a contemptful, stress-eating, idealistic, calculating old man who has no legal right to be in the position he is now. A delusional traitor to the Republic, he truly believes he would find his destiny serving the Coalition; even if he ruins his family name forever. To Brymike, humiliating the Republic for all its worth would be his punishment for all the errors and misfortune that befell on his life.

Despite his scorn for the Republic, he views the Sith and the Jedi in mutual respect. As long as they don't interfere or disrupt his hard fought regime on his home planet, he won't interfere with theirs. "Live and let live." he says whenever someone asks his opinion of the force-sensitive users.

As a master of logistics and boastful of streamline mass production systems, Brymike values efficiency in his industrial designs with extreme precision. Even though he sees people as a form of resource, he deeply cares for the people living under his regime. His biggest fear is his planet being blockaded and starved to death.

Having him explain his dropout will make Brymike sick to the stomach and in the mouth. To put simply, His marksmanship is terrible, he can't get along with his peers, and he fails spectacularly at military strategies. He thought such embarrassment would shame him to no end, but he was wrong when he discovered he had a knack for organization and supply management.

Force Sensitive: No
Skills/Powers:
- A Forward Thinker
- Strong Numerical and Analytical Skills
- Extensive Industry Knowledge
Weaponry: none
Planet: Name: Ord Lithone
Class: Terrestrial
Population: 26 Billion inhabitants (99% human, 1% other)
Active in Military Service: 150 million
Diameter: 20,100 km
System: Ord Lithone System
Suns: 1
Sun Class: G - type
Moons: 3 (Ostwall, Festung, Westfall)
Rotation Period: 26.5 hours
Orbit Period: 400 days
Grid Coordinates: L-8
Distance from Sun: 160 million km
Atmosphere: Breathable
Climate: Cool
Gravity: Standard
Trade Route(s): Corellian Run Trade route
Major Imports: food, raw material, high technology
Major Exports: Weapons, Starships, battle droids
Physical Terrain: Urban, Mountains, Hills, Tundras
Surface Water: Oceans, Lakes, Seas, Rivers
Planetary defenses: a surface-based Ion Cannons, Flak batteries, 1 Orbital defense station, a garrison fleet of 4 frigates
Biography:
In the years preceding the Clone Wars, it was the site of a Baktoid Armor Workshop droid manufacturing facility. Baktoid left the planet in 22 BBY, intending to move its factories to the Outer Rim Territories. Due to this relocation, 12 million employees of ord Lithone had lost their jobs.

Born 150 ABY in his home planet of Ord Lithone, Brymike didn't have military service in his family's name for nearly 3 generations. He had two other siblings and many more cousins who grew up to be doctors, writers, musicians, and teachers. In school, he was picked on for his short height and was described as being frail. His unyielding loyalty to the Alliance was the most recognizable trait of the young Norcor. Brymike got into sports with the recommendation of his brother, Wilros, and despite not winning any games, he was moderately decent at competing against taller players. It was in his teens when he discovered his love for math and machinery when he took apart and put back together a speeder bike in the family's garage with the help of his cousin, Sambret, and his second brother, Artjay. When he was old enough, Brymike became the first person in his family to volunteer for military service the Galactic Alliance. It was there when his indomitable loyalty began to crack.

The jokes on his height and frail body came back to haunt Brymike and, for the first time, grew conscious of it. His mother and father looked extremely worried when Brymike came home crying or angry on how his peers would embarrass him in front of the cadet school. The confidence in his childhood self was gone when he realized was the worst shot in his entire school. It did not help when placed in a leadership, Brymike couldn't get his class mates listen to him, much less respect him. At some point, enough was enough and Norcor was kicked out. The only good thing his instructor told his parents was that he had a gift for organization and logistics. His essays and reports were the best among the other students. Dejected and rejected, Brymike took a job as a factory worker and spent his time there nursing his bitterness and scorn that grew inside of him. As he grew older, he began to notice how food prices began to rise and how poverty was more noticeable on the streets. He later participated in forming a new political party that championed the ideas for economic and social reforms and the removal of the incompetent governors that misused the budget for failed projects. It was at a public gathering when he met his lover and future wife, Kataash.

Foreign wars make good distractions from domestic issues and the war between the Alliance and the Coalition was not exception. As the Conflict rages on, the planet was placed under martial law. The governor's excuse was the the planet was at the very vulnerable of a Coalition attack. In reality, there was nothing of strategic value the planet has in order launch a Coalition invasion. Contrary to popular belief, the coup was not meant to switch the allegiance of the planet, but rather change the weak governor for a more capable one. It didn't even start as a coup, it was meant to be an assembly to call for an election due to food prices reaching unaffordable levels. Tensions were rising between the governor's police force and the populace until the governor's paranoia of a Coalition invasion reached a breaking point that he ordered a violent crackdown on the dissenters. Brymike was there when he saw the Alliance police fired upon his neighbors and there he saw his wife killed from a stray blaster shot. Driven by rage, he swore revenge and quickly gathered a large force of discontent civilians to get rid of the governor once and for all. The movement was a half-success: even though Brymike managed to gather a large enough crowd to seize the planetary capital, the governer chose to flee to another city and declared Brymike's actions to be treason. Cut off from the Alliance and not yet declared allegiance to the Coalition, the planet of Oslade was isolated between the people still trusting the Alliance and the people who lost faith in the current government.

The first two years of the Civil War were dictated by skirmishes as both sides seized what minor industry and farms that existed. While the governor controlled the cities and roads, Brymike and his followers seized the mines, farms, as well as the remainder of the capital city. One the third year, Brymike ordered a large offensive to end the war before the planet becomes to damaged. It was considered a botched offensive after capturing 10 more km of ground since the governor's soldiers had better weapons and equipment. On the fourth year, supplies on Brymike's faction was getting low and he was secretly considering a compromise with the planetary governor when a knock on his office door was heard. It was his brother, Wilros, that came to speak with him. Pleasantly surprised by this visit, Brymike was keen on hearing what the rest of the family was doing when Wilros pulled a pistol out and pointed it at him. In the moment of his shock, Wilros explained the this revolt had cost hundreds of millions of lives and billions more are a stake if he continues this useless conflict. Thinking quick to his feet, Brymike threw his glass of water to distract Wilros before charging him while his gaze was diverted. A fight ensured and Brymike got hold on the pistol and fired it at his brother. It was the first shot in Brymike's entire life that found its mark. Grief-stricken, he cried his eyes out as he hugged his brother's lifeless body for comfort. An investigation was immediately launched and, with the records found on Wilros's body, reached a conclusion that he was hired the governor to assassinate his brother to end this civil war. After spending some solitude in his room, Brymike contacted the Coalition for food and weapons in exchange for the loyalty of Ord Lithone should he triumph. The deal was struck and Brymike's mastery of transportation and supply, the frontlines were fought with renewed ferocity. Unfortunately, the some weapons that Brymike received were illegal and an accident with one quickly caused a pandemic on the frontlines. Victory on this planet would be delayed by an additional three years if he calls for a truce and focused his effort on containment. Still hateful of the betrayal instigated by the Alliance, he ordered a final assault using chemical weapons to put the final nail in the governor's coffin. On the seventh year of war, the governor's body was found signaling the end of the conflict.

800 million people died fighting and 1.2 billion became victims of several outbreaks of various disease. With his victory secured and himself undeniably the new governor, Brymike had the burden of repairing the damages done by the civil war. His first piece of action was to implement martial law for an indefinite amount of time for law and order to be restored. Next, he gave all the citizens of Ord Lithone eight months to decide whether or not they would want to stay as citizens or leave. 4 billion people left in a mass exodus and among those 4 billion are Brymike's family, cousins, aunts and uncles, forever banished as he does not want to repeat the same tragedy that happened to Wilro. What started as planet population of 32 billion has dropped down to 26 billion by the end of the civil war and it did add some breathing room for food prices. With trade and material coming in from the Coalition, Brymike wasted no time putting his skills of logistics and industrial knowledge transform this war-torn world into an industrialized planet. He implemented his first Five-Year Plan to completely redesign the ruined cities and transform the economy to supply a militarized society. Conscription was introduced, martial law was made permanent, children were sent to youth camps, and the adults laboring Brymike's ambition to fruit. He even reopened the deserted droid manufacturing planet abandoned by Baktoid Armor Workshop. Knowing how this transformation would add strategic value in capturing Ord Lithone, he announced a second Five-Year Plan, this time, primarily focused on planetary defenses and protection. Space stations were built, ion cannons and railguns were installed on the moons, and a garrison fleet was formed. A fortress world was proclaimed with Brymike daring the Alliance to take back the planet. Even the cities themselves became fortresses in their own right with their streets no longer straight but jagged and diagonal to slow down the advance into the city center.

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Theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z5rMNH_yTI
Notes:
- To the players who are on the Alliance's side, Brymike's name has been slandered by the peopled exiled. You would hear them address Brymike as "the Norcor Traitor" or the "Turncoat Tyrant". If your character is lucky enough to come across Brymike's family members, they would tell a different story.
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Ex-Nation

Postby Jedi Council » Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:09 pm

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APPLICATION
Name: Thimu Krast
Age: 49
Gender: Female
Allegiance: Coalition
Rank: Grand Admiral
Appearance:
    Standing at 5’6”, Grand Admiral Krast is neither a particularly intimidating or physically imposing individual. Her musculature, while most certainly military in appearance in her younger days, is no longer so massively used and as such is no longer impressive in any category. Her black hair, already earning just a few strands of pure white that gives an odd little look, is kept moderately short or in a bun, her green eyes having the characteristic sagging about them, and her skin pale due to a lack of exposure. Grand Admiral Krast wears the standard Coalition Navy Uniform, derived of course from it’s Imperial ancestors.
Personality:
    She has a very stable view of the world. It is her job to destroy the enemies of the Coalition, and as such must both maintain her ability to carry-out her duties and maintain her ability to get permission to perform such actions. As such, she is coldly capable in removing obstacles towards this with little hesitation, as well as fully encompassed in the maintaining and upgrading of the Exaltation as a fighting vessel. Drills aboard the vessel are a joy in her opinion, necessary and good for the welfare of the crew.

    In regards towards the use of prisoners and cloned soldiers and pilots, Krast finds the two to be diametrically opposites. Prisoners do not fight for you whatsoever, fighting only for themselves and potential freedom, fighting only with a gun to their head, and arming individuals who spend so long with a gun to their head, who spend so long wanted to shoot back at you, is not at all profitable. In the opposite direction, clones, properly trained and ordered, do wonders for the battlefield and wonders for the moral. All she has to look to for proof of that is the Clone Wars.

    As for the Jedi, she finds them to be meddlers who do not deserve to meddle, as thieves of people’s lives and their destinies. The Jedi took part in Old Republic politics for centuries, without either being voted in or having any form of training in the matters at hand. The Jedi took command, nearly immediately, of the Grand Army of the Republic when it was first revealed, with neither training nor a fully homogeneous view on the clones themselves and their uses. Some saw them as unfortunates. Others hated them. Grand Admiral Krast looks on these, and the many periods of the Jedi to keep their own in check, as great failings without excuse.
Force Sensitive: Negative
Skills/Powers:
  • Leadership Expertise
  • Political Maneuvering
  • Tactical Leadership
Weaponry:
  • SE-14C blaster pistol
Ship:
    Name: Exultation
    Class: Executor-class Star Dreadnought
    Crew:
      279,144 Naval
      30,000 Marines
    Length: 19,000 meters
    Shielding: KDY Shield Generator Units (12)
    Armament:
      Turbolaser cannons (2,000)
      Heavy turbolaser cannons (2,000)
      Heavy ion cannons (250)
      Assault concussion missile tubes (200)
      Fragmentation missile tubes (100)
      Point-defense laser cannons (500)
      Phylon Transport Q7 tractor beam projectors (40)
    Complement:Modifications:
      Structural:
        The Exultation differs from many of her older sisters in the sense that she lacks several design characteristics that they would otherwise have. The most striking difference and improvement is the removal of the cityscape for the vessel, instead having a sloping section that completely encompasses any otherwise protruding structures along the ship’s hull for far more efficient usage of space, far better defensive capabilities against enemy starfighters, and increased armor against enemy capital ship strikes, along with the prevention of effective Trench Run Disease issues that would normally arise from the cityscape design. Another difference is the bridge, or lack thereof, with instead a far smaller half-sphere shape in the same general region as the original Executor-class design. This can be lowered into the main segment of the hull through hydraulic systems, the armor above closing, for far more improved armor detailing during battle.
      Shielding:
        In lieu of the two generators exposed on a command bridge, the Exultation instead opts for an older style of shield generator technology implementation with internal shield generators providing for the ship’s defense. Much like the older Venator classes, the twelve shield generators are internally housed along the vessel’s length to provide for maximum protection. These generators, being of modern quality, are capable of each powering the shield systems of an Imperial Tector-class Star Destroyer and as such provide more than enough.
      Propulsion:
        The Super Star Destroyer’s propulsion systems have been greatly upgraded since her launching, providing for a substantial increase in maneuverability during combat operations with integrated primary drive engines into the warship’s frame to allow for a more rapid rate of turn, along with an upgrade to her main sublight thruster units. These allow the vessel to keep pace with her lighter, newer counterparts, always towards the front of the fight. Hyperdrive systems have also been vastly improved, with the addition of three Hyperdrives of a Class 20 to the ship’s propulsion systems for use as in-combat jumps.
      Armament
        The Exaltation’s weapons systems have been vastly improved, both in terms of technology, doctrinal placement, and number. To begin, weapons systems that would normally have been mounted on the dorsal hull have now been placed around the ship, affording it little to no blind spots with the massive degree of firepower available. Ventral and aft sections are now covered with turbolaser batteries and point defense systems to ward off fighters and bombers, along with the occasional corvette.

        The Turbolaser and Heavy Turbolaser batteries have been upgraded to modern standards, now boasting far more rapid rates of fire than they would normally and holding increased range over their more nominally equipped counterparts in the Pellaeon-class of warships.

        Assault Concussion Missile Tubes have been lessened in number, though modified to allow for a more rapid deployment and reloading with increased targeting systems and automated replenishment systems. The missiles themselves have been upgraded for a more rapid delivery in flight, along with a vastly superior flight system compared to the original. Engine systems have also been upgraded.

        Fragmentation Missile Tubes have also been added in order to allow the warship to engage and destroy lighter warships, bomber, and starfighter formations, along with the destruction of missiles. Specialized missiles were developed which allow for the automated firing of flares from afar in order to further halt missile engagements.It should be noted that the missile tubes are placed in clusters centered about the vessel’s main dorsal and ventral long axis.

        Point-Defense Laser Cannons have been upgraded in order to allow for a vastly, vastly increased rate of fire, essentially being capable of reaching 5,000 shots per minute. These weapons have also been largely linked towards specialized miniature tractor beam emitters, designed to slow-down enemy fighter and bomber formations to allow for easier shots.
Biography:
    Grand Admiral Krast was born in 151 ABY on the Imperial fortress world of Bastion. The Empire and her remnants were already in severe decline, falling and falling underneath the assaults of her enemies, and Krast watched these events unfold from her earliest years. Food shortages were in decline for the most part, a fierce pride being slowly beaten-down underneath the more practical aspects of life. As many a philosopher said, any empire is one day from death, one day without food and mothers began to kill to feed their babies. Her father was a pilot with the Navy, just another face and target towards any X-Wing pilot yet always, always special to family. Even if he kept to himself for most of the time, the man was always quick and able to joke, always being capable in some way to bring a smile to someone’s face. Her mother was in a supply corps stationed at home, a civil servant in a military uniform.

    Then, in 160 ABY, the big push came. The Galactic Alliance moved into Imperial space had a rapid pace, intending to take all that they could, all that was left. The intent was clear, and Bastion turned into a flurry as a draft was called-up. All the older kids suddenly disappeared, gone and gone away to go to war and defend what was theirs, and every storefront that was once manned by a younger man or woman was replaced by their parents, older and slower and perpetually with a frown on their face, even if they tried to hide it, even if the kids who they didn’t want to know things were about. You could tell it in the eyes, many could tell it in the eyes, and Krast could tell the same as well. Her father disappeared as well, her mother gone far more frequently, and in their place a cousin with a limp leg arrived. Krast was just ten.

    The word came, following that. The Galactic Alliance had been halted in several key systems, haaltedd and their advance broken. Their fleets at the spearhead were shattered through several daring Imperial strikes and ambushes. Bastion became just a little brighter, just a little happier; they weren’t invincible. That fact alone, that they could and would be beaten, was enough to make some smiles, to make some faces turn just a little less rigid, and turned the marches of soldiers through the city into marches of victory. Hell, even the cousin with the limp leg smiled a bit, and every night he would read the messages to Krast from her father, every single night, and every so often they’d do a holo-call. Her father turned just a bit brighter too; he was always more capable of making a smile, always ready to place a mask onto his face.

    One day, though, the calls stopped coming, and the smiles at home stopped, too. This was six months after the start of that invasion, six months, and the cousin at home told her to sit down, to be strong. Father wasn’t coming home, he said, he’s gone off and away and just wouldn’t come back. It was avoiding that statement, that ultimately true statement, but it was saying enough. Krast understood what ‘he isn’t coming home’ meant, knew that dad had gone off into the deep black of space and just couldn’t return. Death was all too common then, all to common for kids to know about and all to common for many to shed too many tears over, there was so much. No funeral at home was held, only a small little ceremony and solemn faces.

    The war continued for one more year, Krast waiting and watching, waiting and watching and training. She wanted to make him proud, all through that time, and became capable because of it. In her mind, if there was a failure it was unacceptable, if there was a death it was avoidable, and if there was a loss it should never be repeated. Mistakes were failures only if they were allowed to repeat in that concept, and as such she did not want any form of failure in the first place. A voracious study of tactical matters, historical battles, coupled with a self-driven necessity to succeed athletically ensured that Krast had both no life outside and a strong, strong step ahead of other children her age. Some teachers became worried during the period, finding and thinking it to be self-destructive or unhealthy, yet any sort of attempt to bring it up would not be tolerated. If ever it was brought up, Krast merely would reply that she wanted to excel, to get into a good university, to make a success of herself, and that was that. Councillors found themselves up against a supremely determined individual who tolerated nothing in the way of disagreement, a student who refused to be pampered and told to cut it back.

    She would join the Imperial Officer Academy on Bastion in 169 ABY, moving through her classes with a breakneck speed. While there were things that Krast found hard, here and there, scattered within the texts and lessons, where her classmates found struggle she instead found places and points to concentrate and vent her anger. For night after night, she would spend her days in the schoolhouse moving-through the work, doing every single problem she could find, asking every single question, doing quizzes and practice exams over and over until perfection could be achieved. Physical education, hand-to-hand combat, was one other such region wherein Krast unleashed pent-up stress and struggles against those about her, often applying far more force than would normally ever be considered acceptable and as such would have received several joyous punishments had her teachers not approved. Fortunately for her, they found her aggressive tactics to be likable and rather good, and as such encouraged the young girl to be just as such while in the fleet.

    During her time at the Academy, Krast would become far more acquainted to the ideals of command structures, towards the ideals of submission and assertion of command principles in regards to maintaining a good chain of command, as such becoming far more out a conversationalist in the most positive lights, far more of a controlling manipulator in the negative lights. Krast found that it was rather interesting, though she strove to maintain a professional conduct between herself and her fellow Ensigns there. It was hard at times, however, due to the constant maneuverings of the students attempting to jockey themselves into other good graces, into bringing other students to ruin or shame, and the vast majority of Academy personnel were of the higher standings in society. They were of the style that took and did not ask. This would culminate in the death of three students, each having fallen to their death from a balcony. Krast left no links to herself on the murder.

    Following her graduation from the Imperial Officer Academy, Lieutenant Krast would be assigned to the Spectrum, a frigate serving with the 4th Fleet, as the vessel’s primary navigational officer. The preemptive strike on the Galactic Alliance’s behalf would be one she would never forget, the Mon Calamari warships jumping from space nearly right on top of them, ramming into mines and warships as they exited hyperspace, all the cannons firing and all the fighters screaming. The attackers would be defeated that day, the war begun. Krast relished it, finding her revenge to be at hand, finding her chance to make her father proud. The Spectrum would be commended on that day for her actions in defense of the Coalition, for her capacity in engaging the enemy and the avoidance of most damage due to skilled piloting whilst in the thick of battle. She would participate with the Spectrum for several more engagements, the vessel acting in the skirmisher role to engage and destroy enemy shipping and trade.

    Krast would be, eventually, promoted to the rank of Commander and given command over the Dark Cloud, an Ardent-class Frigate, and would participate in the 177 ABY Coalition invasion of Alliance space. The vessel would earn a reputation for daring tactics and a capacity to engage the enemy on no terms but their own. Communications jamming and misdirection were especially effective tactics for Krast, luring Alliance warships into minefields or gravity wells to disrupt and neutralize moments before moving lighter bombers in, along with long-range missile strikes against the enemy. It was a remarkable time, with moral on an all time high, and Krast loved it. This culminated in a deadly first strike against the Mon Calamari Shipyards, destroying vast portions of them deep behind enemy lines. It was a remarkable time. Following her victories aboard the Dark Cloud, the promotion to a Captaincy would be a compliment with venom. Captain Krast would be given command of the Exultation, a warship of the oldest class in service that had been built in the waning years of the Empire, the largest warship in the fleet and the last of it’s class. An Executor-class was a sight to see, that was for sure, but the vessel was also in ill-repair. Her engine systems were inoperable, her shields nonexistent, her hull breached in several sections due to the fighting retreat she had performed upon exit of the Kuat Drive Yards in her earliest years, and it was Captain Krast who had the ‘honor’ of restoring her. Apparently the deadly tactics that had been performed outside of fleet maneuvers had runned an Admiral the wrong way, the job given being a joke.

    She got to work on it immediately, working on the restoration of full hull pressure and armor capacity as well as the engine systems. Reactors were moved-in from Kuat Drive Yards, multiple and of a far better quality, along with shield generators for installation along the length of the vessel. Captain Krast also found that it would be necessary for a reworking of the vessel’s gun emplacement doctrine, moving weapons systems to the aft and ventral sections of the ship, which were otherwise previously only lightly defended. In addition to this, far more modifications were made to the vessel’s defensive capabilities, allowing for the removal of many weak points that had proven the failure of her earlier sisters. After two years, in 185 ABY, the Exultation would be deployed to her first battle: Eriadu. There the warship, massive and all-encompassing, would be a vast portion of the fleet sent to engage and destroy a Jedi task force in the region. The defeat of the Force-Users was swift and all-completing, a death knell to the Alliance. For her actions in the restoration of the warship, Krast was given the Admiralty, elevated up to where she felt she should be.

    Since that point, since that peace and that war, Krast has driven to continuously perfect the Exultation, her instrument of destruction, it’s crew and her position within the Coalition. She feels it necessary to maintain that, and as such has done so with great capability, implementing contacts within Domestic Investigation to great effect to eliminate rivals. Due to her time in service, she has since then been granted the rank of Grand Admiral, and has implemented this to great effect in order to further secure her position within the Coalition.
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Accepted.
Hopefully she is politically adept, the Coalition is basically run by a cabal of high ranking Admirals and Generals, and one wrong move can mean exile, prison, or death.
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Hey Ormata, would you please be able to change up uour post a bit? Ilum is such a remote world it is unlikely anyone in the Alliance or the Coalition would know of its location, as even the mining of it for kyber crystals was a closely held secret in the Old Empire.

Not to mention, to habe a SSD immediately find the Jedi Temple would kind of make the RP climax a bit too quickly.

Perhaps Krast would be at the Crucible instead? Most of the Coalition Hierarchy would be there or at least near there in any case, due to the importance of the signing.
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Postby Ormata » Wed Jun 27, 2018 12:45 pm

Jedi Council wrote:Hey Ormata, would you please be able to change up uour post a bit? Ilum is such a remote world it is unlikely anyone in the Alliance or the Coalition would know of its location, as even the mining of it for kyber crystals was a closely held secret in the Old Empire.

Not to mention, to habe a SSD immediately find the Jedi Temple would kind of make the RP climax a bit too quickly.

Perhaps Krast would be at the Crucible instead? Most of the Coalition Hierarchy would be there or at least near there in any case, due to the importance of the signing.


Ilum was quite literally strip-mined by the Empire with a massive mining vessel and two Star Destroyers (Presumably Imperial I or II) stationed there. That stated, I see your point. I will revise.

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Ormata wrote:
Jedi Council wrote:Hey Ormata, would you please be able to change up uour post a bit? Ilum is such a remote world it is unlikely anyone in the Alliance or the Coalition would know of its location, as even the mining of it for kyber crystals was a closely held secret in the Old Empire.

Not to mention, to habe a SSD immediately find the Jedi Temple would kind of make the RP climax a bit too quickly.

Perhaps Krast would be at the Crucible instead? Most of the Coalition Hierarchy would be there or at least near there in any case, due to the importance of the signing.


Ilum was quite literally strip-mined by the Empire with a massive mining vessel and two Star Destroyers (Presumably Imperial I or II) stationed there. That stated, I see your point. I will revise.

True but that was 200 years ago. Its unlikely that a barren iceworld with few resources left after the Empire would really be on anyones radar.

Thank you, I appreciate the edit.
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Jedi Council wrote:True but that was 200 years ago. Its unlikely that a barren iceworld with few resources left after the Empire would really be on anyones radar.

Thank you, I appreciate the edit.


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