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Old 01-18-2006, 01:07 AM   #1
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Origin of the Sith

The galaxy has fallen into chaos. As soon harmony is created, it becomes vulnerable to the flames of deception. As light shines forth, shadows are formed. There are many concepts of perfection. These concepts can be united by power, but as soon as power becomes loose for contention, they can begin to drift apart. As the galaxy's concept moves toward peace, there are those who are not so easily adaptable...those who challenge the might of good and attempt to grasp the power that steers these concepts. But even as the galaxy falls to evil, there is always hope that power once again can be reversed...

Three weeks have passed since the fall of Niaj Qad. The Jedi Keep has been destroyed, a select few Jedi remain. The Civic Empire has fallen under the control of Rures Sith, an evil ex-Jedi who became dominated by hatred. The Civic fleets begin to take control of one planet after another, mercilessly executing any who resisted. As Rures's plan falls into action, a rebellion is formed.
Eptima, the leader of the Niaj Qad rebellion failed in his mission to defend the Jedi Keep. Along with a small force of survivors, Eptima gathered together another rebellion of surviving Jedi, imperial traitors and mercenaries to stop this great threat. Yet they were far too small of a fighting force to take on the entire Civic Empire. Knowing this Eptima carefully planned out an attack that could potentially do massive damage to the empire. Using his most trusted spies’ information, he planned a siege on Dexus, the current capital of Naboo. After seizing the city, they would immediately depart for Coruscant, where spy reports lead him to believe Rures was. While reinforcements arrived to reclaim the city, it would decrease the amount of security at Coruscant. Though the empire’s numbers were far superior to that of the alliance, the chances of success would be increased. Extremely small, but increased. But then, even smaller than he had anticipated…for what Eptima did not know was that the rebellion had been tracked down…

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A huge Civic Imperial fleet has surrounded the Alliance and was given direct orders from Rures Sith to execute all of them and let none escape. Fortunately, the alliance had purchased eight-hundred starfighters from Corellian starfighter manufacturers. Model design YAI-80, a long but slender diamond-shaped spacecraft with laser cannons on either side. They could work over the Civic Starfighters and RIG fighters but were out of league for the Imperial Grand Starfighters, or Skull fighters as they were nicknamed.
The objective for the rebellion is destroy all of the tracking systems on the attack frigates and immediately depart for Dexus, Naboo. The objective for the Empire is to eradicate all rebels and let none escape. Bac also had plans for his own Tatooine rebellion. You can choose this as a faction as well.



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