Shroud SF-4 was a member of the intelligence network that served the independent operative known as the Shroud during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. SF-4 was sent to Kuat to observe Imperial Asset K-33.
Shroud SF-4 was a member of the intelligence network that served the independent operative known as the Shroud during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Shroud SF-4 was stationed at Kuat to observe Imperial Asset K-33, an Imperial agent undercover in the Kuat Drive Yards. K-33 married into the Kuat family, giving him more political power. K-33 took up residence in the Kuat Drive Yards Governor Quarters. K-33 took control of the Kuat Drive Yards security oversight. SF-4 took the guise of a shipyard administrator concerned with lax security so that he can learn about the security of the Drive Yards. K-33 promised to take SF-4 through the security measures as a act of reassurance. SF-4 made a analysis that several newly made capital ships could be liberated for the network. SF-4 intercepted a transmission from K-33 to Admiral Ranken. K-33 suggested a single defensive station was key to subverting all Kuat Drive Yards security protocols. K-33 found SF-4 out, and stabbed SF-4 in the back with a vibroknife. SF-4 managed to transmit the logs to the Shroud before he died. The Shroud sold the information provided by SF-4 through numerous intermediaries for the Strategic Information Service to obtain. The Republic started mounting a force to counter the Sith Empire's invasion. The Shroud sent Asset SF-5 to dispose of SF-4's body and belongings, and to observe the outcome of the Battle for Kuat.
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Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Using information from the novel The Old Republic: Annihilation and Star Wars: The Old Republic: Knights of the Fallen Empire, the events of Game Updates 2.0 through 3.3 for Star Wars: The Old Republic can be placed in the time period between 3640 BBY and 3637 BBY. According to The Old Republic's lead designer Charles Boyd (screenshot), the game's events can be assumed to occur in a timeline matching that of their real-time release. Therefore, the events of Game Update 2.6 and the Digital Expansion Galactic Starfighter can be placed in approximately 3638 BBY.