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RC-1183 12-07-2008 01:44 AM

BEST "Sev's Fate"
Ok the object of this is for someone to write their version of Sev's fate, then its your job to read it then rate it on a scale of 1-10 (1 being the worst 10 being the best), and give an explanation for your rating. Simple enough? Then lets get started!

RC #38 06-29-2009 10:20 PM

....I Don't Think Anyone Really Will Make Up A Story, Just To Let You Know. It's Kinda Useless If LA Is Or Isn't Going To Make RC2. If They Do Make The Game, They Probably Won't Make It Completely Fan-Based, And Of Course You Know That It's Worthless In Pretty Much The Same Way If They Don't Make A Game.

(Sorry About Being So Negative About This Thread)

RC-1183 07-03-2009 08:26 PM

um ya i know but i just made this thread because i noticed M@RS... i think it was M@RS had come up with a pretty good story somewhere and i thought maybe other people had too and wanted to compare.

Hooper 08-11-2009 05:09 AM

sev was killed... done :P

K1lingdr3ad 08-12-2009 05:36 PM


Originally Posted by Hooper (Post 2661509)
sev was killed... done :P

It doesn't actually say that, it just said he was taken.

Hooper 08-12-2009 05:38 PM

but after the battle there the the empire come... remember??
that's the end of the republic and their commandos...

LordOfTheFish 08-28-2009 02:50 PM


Originally Posted by RC #38 (Post 2642133)
....I Don't Think Anyone Really Will Make Up A Story, Just To Let You Know. It's Kinda Useless If LA Is Or Isn't Going To Make RC2. If They Do Make The Game, They Probably Won't Make It Completely Fan-Based, And Of Course You Know That It's Worthless In Pretty Much The Same Way If They Don't Make A Game.

(Sorry About Being So Negative About This Thread)

Actually this thread was and idea created by some of us in order to increase activity here on the RC boards. A Fan-fiction contest.

And yes, actually we have a number of good writers here in these forums and I'm sure some of them would be willing to write a story about Sev's fate. In fact, M@RS already has and it was very good.

Master Temporal 03-11-2012 04:58 AM

If you remember correctly, Sev was captured once before by the Trandocians (sp) and tortured for some reason, instead of simply being put to death.

Maybe they were trying to gain information from him as to the whereabouts of his comrades, maybe they implanted a homing device somewhere in his body, or maybe they were just taking out their frustrations on him.

Whatever the case, they came back for him.

Probably to see if they could make a clone-commando of their own.

The Delta squad meets back up with Sev at some point in the near future, (due to growth acceleration and pirated advanced Camino/Trandocian technology) but itís not the real Sev. Itís a counterfeit sent to infiltrate the Republic forces.

Scorch realizes thereís something not quite right about Sev, (if thatís even possible), and actually thereís something VERY not quite right about Sev, until they realize he has no memories of anything prior to their last mission together.

Using a DNA trace they establish that the fake Sev is a copy originating from a secret Trandocian colony located somewhere near the Outer Rim Territories.

In an effort to save their fallen comrade, they disobey orders, steal a shuttle and head out to find Sev and rescue him from the evil clutches of the Trandocian Soul Pirates.

Considered deserters by their own army, with a Republic arrest warrant on their heels, and God knows what sinister fiends lay ahead, only in the next sequel will we find out if the elite Delta unit of the Republic Commandos is successful in their quest.


Mandalore5 03-15-2012 01:27 PM

Sev was captured and taken to a secret Separatist facility where he was imprisoned, tortured and interrogated for knowledge of the Confederacy operations regarding the Trandoshans and for any knowledge pertaining to General Grievous.
He resisted for several weeks, not attempting to escape, merely examining the routine he would be put through as psychological torture and the route to the torture chambers (he was masked, but could still feel the surface he was walking on and the turns being walked through).
After he felt he knew that section of the facility well enough, he began to "give in", feeding his interrogators false information. However, after several days of this, they began to realise that there were some inconsistencies in what they were being told (Sev had psychological as well as physical torture, he could not properly construct such a deception).
The torture was suspended, merely leaving him in his cell for months on end with no contact with any lifeforms. They then focused on mental torture, showing him holograms depicting his squadmates abandoning him (of course created by the CIS), and his replacement by a more skilled Commando. However, instead of breaking down his mental defences, these images of his comrades served as a rallying call, and he summoned his strength and willpower enough to attempt an escape. The next time a holoprojector was sent into his cell, he smashed it open and used it to create a small explosive device, which he used the next time to blast open his cell door.
Battle droids immediately swarmed his position, but adrenaline and excitement at finally entering battle once more allowed him to disarm the first that arrived, using that rifle to take out the others. He took another rifle and fought his way to the torture chambers, where he exacted painful revenge on those who had done the same to him.
He then found the comlinks of the interrogators, which he used to locate the central communications area of the facility. He fought his way there, and send out a distress call to the Republic. He is received by a friendly force, which also destroys the facility itself, and is returned to Coruscant for debriefing and a reunion with his squadmates.
However, unknown to Sev, the Clone Wars are over, and he is now an Imperial Commando. His squadmates relate to him their new leadership and mission: to hunt down any other Jedi, in the name of Darth Vader. Sev feels some acceptance of this over the fact that it was Master Yoda's orders to leave him on Kashyyyk, yet he still does not believe it right to kill all Jedi for the acts of a few.
Whether Delta Squad remains to ruthlessly do the Empire's bidding, or becomes a mercenary unit against them, is a battle for the next game to decide (if only that were true).

My rating for the one above he is a 7.5/10 (maybe 8). I say this because I think it'd make more sense for the CIS to take him, not the Trandos, but that's just my opinion. Good idea though.

Master Temporal 04-15-2012 02:18 AM

Thanks Mandelor5

I like your escape method too. Very inventive.

Master Temporal 04-15-2012 02:26 AM

I think it would be interesting to introduce females into the mix.

A love interest.

Someone who can sabotage a particle accelerator, and still bake a good cheese cake.

After all, what good is conquering the galaxy if you don’t have someone to come home to?


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