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Eison GyntEdit

(Taken to GA by Fodigg on April 28, 2010)

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"Eison Gynt was a fourth generation Jedi, widely considered to be the most promising Padawan in the Order."
―Gnost-Dural[src]

Eison Gynt was a Nautolan male Jedi Knight of the Old Republic, born to a family line of Jedi. In the years of his youth, he was considered the most talented Padawan in the Jedi Order, and was taken as an apprentice by Master Barel Ovair, a secret spy for the Sith Empire. During a mission to Yavin 4 to explore the tomb of the Sith Lord Naga Sadow, Ovair abandoned Gynt. Ovair reported Gynt's death to the Senate on Coruscant, but Gynt was actually still alive, possessed by the spirit of Sadow. Under Sadow's control, Gynt resurfaced on Coruscant several years later and was slain by Ovair in open combat. Ovair's Imperial allegiance and complicity in Gynt's death were not revealed until years later, when Jedi historian Gnost-Dural researched the events of the mission to Yavin 4 and Gynt's reappearance. (Read more...)

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Barel OvairEdit

(Taken to GA by Fodigg on May 3, 2010)

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"Ovair's triumph over darkness was celebrated, and the Jedi Council assumed that all was well. The question no one asked was this: 'Why would Naga Sadow's spirit seek vengeance, specifically against Master Ovair?'"
―Gnost-Dural[src]

Barel Ovair was a prestigious Human male Jedi Master of the Old Republic. He was the scion of a respected line of Jedi Knights who were all secretly spies working for the Emperor of the Sith Empire. Ovair took Eison Gynt, a highly skilled Nautolan Padawan and a fourth-generation Jedi, as his apprentice, but abandoned him during a mission to the tomb of the Sith Lord Naga Sadow on Yavin 4. When Ovair returned to Coruscant alone weeks afterward, he claimed that Gynt had been killed. However, Gynt resurfaced on Coruscant years later, possessed by Sadow's spirit and determined to kill Ovair. Ovair defeated Gynt in combat, slaying him, and was lauded as a hero for his triumph. It was not until many years later that the Jedi historian Gnost-Dural connected Ovair and his family line to the Sith Emperor. (Read more...)

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Duel on Coruscant (Inter–Sith Wars Period)Edit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on May 3, 2010)

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"Possessed by the dark spirit of Naga Sadow, Gynt attacked his former master in broad daylight. The brutal battle between the two was staged with all of the Republic watching."
―Gnost-Dural[src]

Around seventy-five years before the beginning of the Great Galactic War, a lightsaber duel occurred on the Galactic Republic's capital world of Coruscant. The duel was fought between Jedi Master Barel Ovair and his former apprentice, the Nautolan Eison Gynt. After being abandoned by Ovair years before on Yavin 4, Gynt had become possessed by the spirit of the long-dead Dark Lord of the Sith Naga Sadow. Sadow sought to kill Ovair, who was in fact an agent of the reformed Sith Empire and was operating within the Republic as an infiltrator in preparation for the Sith's future invasion of the Republic. The possessed Gynt attacked Ovair on Coruscant but was defeated in the ensuing duel. In killing his former apprentice, Ovair also fulfilled a directive handed down to him by the Sith Emperor—to neutralize the spirits of past Sith in order to avoid complications when the Empire's invasion commenced. (Read more...)

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Voss (species)Edit

(Taken to GA by Fodigg on May 17, 2010; later removed)

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"The last Gormak must not die…"
―Decree of the Voss, enacted after a prophecy by the Voss Mystics[src]

The Voss were a sentient humanoid species native to the planet of the same name, in the Voss system of the Allied Tion sector of the Outer Rim Territories. Their capital city was Voss-Ka, a fortified settlement atop a mountain. Their totalitarian society was defended by commandos and ruled by Force-wielding mystics, who served as seers and healers and whom the other members of the species considered infallible. The Voss population was small, vastly outnumbered by their homeworld's other native group, the Gormak—a species who saw the Voss as an aberration to be eliminated. For centuries, the Voss fended off the assaults of the Gormak.

Following the Treaty of Coruscant in 3653 BBY, which ended the Great Galactic War and started the Cold War, off-worlders discovered the planet Voss by chance, becoming known to both the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. The Empire attempted to conquer the planet, so the Republic moved in to defend the world from Imperial assault. The Voss Mystics, forewarned by their gift of prophecy, revealed themselves and were able to fend off both occupation forces. Following their mutual defeat, the Empire and Republic established embassies in Voss-Ka in an attempt to curry favor with the Voss. (Read more...)

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GormakEdit

(Taken to GA by Fodigg on May 21, 2010; later removed)

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"The last Gormak must not die…"
―Decree of the Voss, enacted after a prophecy by the Voss Mystics[src]

The Gormak were sentient humanoids native to the planet Voss, a world in the Voss system of the Allied Tion sector in the Outer Rim Territories. They were the more populous of their homeworld's two native sentient species—and they were extremely hostile toward the other, a species known as the Voss. The Gormak were equally hostile toward off-worlders, whom they viewed as allies of the Voss. The Gormak possessed an innate comprehension of technology, although they did not develop flight capability prior to contact with off-worlders. When the planet Voss was discovered by non-natives shortly after the end of the Great Galactic War in 3653 BBY, the Sith Empire attempted to conquer the world, which the Sith thought was only populated by the Gormak. The attempt failed due to the intervention of the Voss species, and the planet remained independent. Embassies were established by the Empire and the Galactic Republic to curry favor with the Voss alone, an oversight that angered the Gormak. The Gormak built mines, settled in camps, and scavenged stolen technology for their weapons and spacecraft. (Read more...)

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Unidentified Jedi (Battle of Alderaan)Edit

(Taken to GA by JethLordMaster on June 27, 2010. Subject later confirmed to be Satele Shan; status removed after the information was merged.)

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A Human female Jedi was a member of the Jedi Order during the time of the Great Galactic War, which raged from 3681 BBY to 3653 BBY. She battled numerous Sith while supporting the Galactic Republic in the war against the Sith Empire. At the height of the conflict, the Sith Lord Darth Malgus led a surprise attack on the planet Alderaan, crushing Republic defenses with a massive invasion force. The female Jedi joined the Republic Army's special forces unit Havoc Squad in leading a counterattack against the Sith.

As the invasion force moved through the Alderaanian forests, Havoc Squad launched an ambush and engaged Darth Malgus directly in combat. Despite the element of surprise, the Republic forces took many casualties and were almost overwhelmed by the superior number of the Sith force before the female Jedi joined the battle. While the Republic forces regained their momentum, she attacked Darth Malgus, displaying her prowess with her double-bladed lightsaber. With great difficulty and the aid of the Havoc Squad commander she was able to defeat Darth Malgus and secure a victory for the Republic. (Read more...)

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Battle of the Sluis sectorEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on July 6, 2010)

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"Elsewhere in the Outer Rim, the Sith staged more targeted strikes, destroying our shipyards in the Sluis sector, blockading the Rimma Trade Route, and seizing control of the rich resources of the Minos Cluster."
―Gnost-Dural[src]

Shortly after the Sith Empire's return to known space in 3681 BBY, Imperial forces launched an attack on the Galactic Republic's holdings in Sluis sector in one of the earliest battles of the Great Galactic War. The attack was part of the Sith Emperor's strategy to secure the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories early in his war against the Republic. The Imperial Navy led the assault, which was focused primarily on the Republic shipyards in the sector. Sith starfighters engaged the shipyard's defenses and ultimately destroyed the orbital station with little resistance from the Republic Military, as the galactic government had been caught off-guard by the swiftness of the Sith's incursion upon the galaxy. (Read more...)

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Great Galactic War emergency defense prioritization session of the Galactic SenateEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on July 6, 2010)

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"Irate senators stormed out in protest over decisions which left their representative sectors exposed to attack. Many of the Republic's diplomatic allies refused to commit their military support to the greater cause. It was every system for itself."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural[src]

In the early days of the Great Galactic War, the Galactic Republic suffered several successive losses to the newly-discovered Sith Empire in the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories. After the Republic Navy's defeat in the Tingel Arm and several other defense failures across the Rim, the Galactic Senate and the Jedi High Council called for an emergency congressional session to organize the Republic Military's defense of the galaxy. The session was inconclusive, as the delegates attempting to select the military's priorities were unable to agree, with many declaring that they were unwilling to participate if their worlds were not properly defended. The Republic's diplomatic allies, who would have otherwise contributed their military forces to the greater war effort, refused to commit their resources to the fight against the Sith. Ultimately, the inability of the Senate to come to a consensus allowed the Sith time to regroup and prepare for what would become a twenty-eight year conflict—one that saw the Republic politically crippled and militarily defeated. (Read more...)

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FekkEdit

(Taken to GA by Jonjedigrandmaster on August 30, 2010)

"Fekk, Gelss, get ready for action."
―Shinqo, to Fekk and Gelss[src]

Fekk was a Sullustan pirate who served under Captain Jet Nebula aboard the starship Auriga Fire. The ship originally worked for the Republic, but eventually the crew became more inclined to answer the Hutt Cartel. During the Cold War, when the Auriga Fire intercepted the starship Cinzia, Fekk was among the crew members who joined the Rodian Shinqo in mutiny in hopes of taking the Cinzia for themselves. Holding Nebula at blasterpoint, Shinqo ordered Fekk and fellow Sullustan Gelss to prepare for action, but the Cinzia suddenly exploded. In the confusion, Nebula's droid grabbed Shinqo's blaster and pointed it at the Rodian, who yielded. With the ship back under Nebula's control, the crew found a navicomp and a nest that produced hex droids—an apprehensive type of droid created by Lema Xandret—amidst the Cinzia's wreckage. (Read more...)

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Seizure of the Seswenna sectorEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on December 15, 2010)

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"After the Sith offensive seized the Seswenna sector of the Outer Rim, the Imperial armada tuned its sights closer to the Core. The Mid Rim."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural — Gnome-speakernotesListen (file info)[src]

In 3671 BBY, during the Great Galactic War between the Old Republic and resurgent Sith Empire, the Seswenna sector in the Outer Rim Territories was seized by Sith forces. This military operation finalized the Imperial conquest of the Outer Rim and allowed for the Sith Emperor to initiate plans for an attack on the Mid Rim, specifically the Republic-allied world of Bothawui. (Read more...)

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Darth DrearEdit

(Taken to GA by Grand Moff Tranner on March 3, 2011)

"Darth Drear wrote that he had found an elixir for staving off death itself, the ingredients of which he recorded in the Holocron—including, of course, your beloved orchid. The mixture was complete in and of itself, with a single flaw— The inevitable dissolution of the tissue."
―Darth Scabrous, to Hestizo Trace[src]

Darth Drear was a male Sith Lord who served the Sith Empire around 4645 BBY. He founded a Sith academy on the planet Odacer-Faustin and worked his students to death as they labored in the construction of the academy. Beneath the academy library, Drear built a temple, where he practiced Sith alchemy and searched for a pathway to immortality. He developed an elixir to fulfill his goal, effectively creating a disease that turned all those infected into zombies, knowledge he recorded into a holocron. Before Drear could successfully implement the final stage of his project, however, he succumbed to the effects of the disease and died. (Read more...)

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TraanEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on March 4, 2011)

"For those of you who just arrived, I will explain this only once. Although in truth, I shouldn't have to explain it at all. Your own Force sensitivity ought to be sufficient for you to realize that we're dealing with an unforeseen development at the academy—a chain of events that, at this point, is still unclear."
―Master Traan, to a convocation of Sith students[src]

Traan was a Human male who served as a Master in the Sith Order under the banner of the reconstituted Sith Empire. In 3645 BBY, Traan was serving as an instructor at the Sith academy on the frozen planet of Odacer-Faustin under the direction of the Sith Lord Darth Scabrous. That year, one of Lord Scabrous's alchemical experiments resulted in the creation of a virus that killed living flesh and reanimated the deceased. When an infected student escaped Scabrous's tower and began to spread the disease, Traan and the academy's other Masters sensed a disturbance in the Force and decided to suspend normal instruction until the issue passed. Traan informed the students of the choice during a short convocation, but the decision ultimately did little good—the disease quickly claimed the lives of the entirety of the student body as well as those of the academy's leaders. (Read more...)

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Darth VichEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on March 11, 2011)

Darth Vich was a male who served as a Lord in the reconstituted Sith Empire around 3681 BBY. Vich ascended to the position at a young age, and was still considered young when the Empire revealed itself to the greater galaxy and initiated a massive war with the Galactic Republic. Shortly after the beginning of the conflict, Darth Vich discovered the planet Rattatak and its warlike inhabitants. He took hundreds of Rattataki tribes from the world and transformed them into his personal army, which he later attempted to use in an effort to take power in the Empire. The insurrection ultimately failed, and the majority of Vich's Rattataki forces were either killed or enslaved. (Read more...)

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ValEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on April 9, 2011)

"Arra has already lost her mother. She can't lose her father too. It will crush her."
―Natala Yooms, referring to Val's death[src]

Val was a Human female who lived during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Val was the sister of Natala Yooms, the wife of Zeerid Korr, and the mother of Arra Yooms. Although she lived with her husband and daughter on the Mid Rim world of Vulta, Val's time with Korr was limited, as he served as a commando and pilot for the Republic's Special Forces during the war. At some point prior to the Battle of Alderaan, Val became plagued with dizzy spells but still elected to take Arra to visit Korr during his planetside leave. While driving to meet her husband, Val suffered an episode and swerved into another airspeeder. The accident killed Val and crippled Arra, leaving Korr as a widower caring for a disabled daughter. (Read more...)

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Unidentified Human female Jedi Knight (Sacking of Coruscant)Edit

(Taken to GA by Jonjedigrandmaster on May 11, 2011)

A Human female Jedi Knight served the Jedi Order during the time of the Great Galactic War. In 3653 BBY, a Sith Imperial force led by Sith Lord Darth Malgus launched an attack on the Jedi Temple on the capital planet Coruscant. During the combat, Malgus killed the female Jedi with Force lightning. (Read more...)

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Chancellor's Service MedalEdit

(Taken to GA by Kilson on June 11, 2011)

The Chancellor's Service Medal was a prestigious medal awarded by the Galactic Republic for impressive feats in war. General Garza received the Chancellor's Service Medal for her actions during the Great Galactic War against the resurgent Sith Empire. Millennia later, during the Clone Wars, Clone Captain ARC-77—nicknamed Fordo—received the medal for his role in the Battle of Hypori in 22 BBY. However, Fordo refused the honor, instead having the Chancellor's Service Medal posthumously awarded to clone trooper CT-43/002, who had died in the Battle of Muunilinst of that same year. (Read more...)

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Unidentified Republic trooper (Korriban space station)Edit

(Taken to GA by Axinal on June 15, 2011)

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"Look out!"
―A smuggler shouts a warning before the trooper is killed by an explosion[src]

A trooper serving the Galactic Republic was aboard a space station orbiting the planet Korriban in 3681 BBY. The trooper, along with two Jedi and a corporal, helped escort a freighter captain who had been captured for smuggling Sith artifacts. When the forces of the resurgent Sith Empire arrived in the system, sparking the Great Galactic War, the Republic trooper helped defend the space station against attacking Sith troopers and Sith war droids, but was killed in an explosion. (Read more...)

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Blockade of the Rimma Trade RouteEdit

(Taken to GA by Dark Lord Trayus on July 7, 2011; later promoted to FA)

"In the first wave alone, the Sith succeeded in seizing control of several star systems in the Outer Rim, destroying the Republic’s shipyards in the Sluis sector, and strangling the popular Rimma Trade Route."
―A HoloNet dossier on the Sith Empire[src]

In the year 3681 BBY, the Rimma Trade Route was blockaded by the Sith Empire in an attempt to strangle the resources of the Galactic Republic. The action was one of the earliest conflicts of the Great Galactic War, and occurred shortly after the Empire's return to the known galaxy. As part of the Sith Emperor's plan to secure the galaxy's Outer Rim Territories, the Rimma super-hyperroute was locked down, which resulted in further Republic losses and interior political turmoil. (Read more...)

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VindicanEdit

(Taken to GA by JangFett on July 11, 2011)

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"They escaped, Master. You failed."
"No, Malgus. This…is only the beginning!"
―Malgus and Vindican, shortly before the latter's death[src]

Vindican was a male Pureblood Sith who served the Sith Empire in the early days of the Great Galactic War. In 3681 BBY, the Sith Master, along with his apprentice, Malgus, joined an armada of Imperial battlecruisers to retake the planet Korriban from the Galactic Republic and the Jedi. After they engaged the small Republic force over Korriban, the Sith Master and Malgus boarded a shuttle, docked with the Republic's space station orbiting Korriban, and attacked two Jedi defenders—a Zabrak Master and his Human apprentice. The Jedi Master incapacitated his Sith counterpart, but Malgus soon killed the Zabrak Jedi before he murdered his injured Master. (Read more...)

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Skirmish in the Yinta Lake spaceportEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on August 3, 2011)

"Too many questions, Aryn. I've got engspice aboard. They'll seize the ship and arrest us both. We have to go. Now."
―Zeerid Korr, to Aryn Leneer, during the skirmish[src]

A skirmish was fought in the Yinta Lake spaceport on the planet Vulta in 3653 BBY, near the end of the Great Galactic War. Attempting to protect some engspice that he had to transport to the galactic capital planet Coruscant, the smuggler Zeerid Korr partnered with rogue Jedi Knight Aryn Leneer to defend his cargo from a team of bounty hunters led by the mercenary Vrath Xizor, who tried to steal the engspice for the Hutt Cartel. A short skirmish ensued that ended with Korr and Leneer escaping with the spice. Xizor subsequently looked for another way to pilfer the engspice from Korr. (Read more...)

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Vollen SorEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on August 9, 2011)

"You see, Keevo. There is hope yet."
"There is always hope."
―Vollen Sor and Aryn Leneer[src]

Vollen Sor was a male Jedi Knight of the Old Republic in 3653 BBY. Sor and Keevo, his Rodian Padawan, were on the planet Alderaan during the Alderaan peace conference between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. During the peace conference, Sor and Keevo witnessed Jedi Knight Aryn Leneer leave the planet to seek revenge for her deceased Master, Ven Zallow, who had died at the hands of the Sith. (Read more...)

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Darth Malgus's personal shuttleEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on August 22, 2011)

"Take the shuttle down to fifty meters. And when I exit, you may leave."
―Darth Malgus to his pilot[src]

A shuttle was used by the Sith Lord Darth Malgus during, and soon after, the Great Galactic War. Malgus used the shuttle to leave the planet Alderaan following a battle there. In the year 3653 BBY, shortly after the Sith sacked the Republic capital of Coruscant, he used it again to transport him around the Imperial-occupied planet. The shuttle had a single pilot and an intership comm. (Read more...)

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Unidentified nurse (Coruscant)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on September 20, 2011)

"Of course we would have treated her. We are not savages."
―The nurse, to Darth Malgus, discussing Eleena Daru[src]

A Human female worked as a nurse at a medical facility on the galactic capital planet Coruscant during the Great Galactic War. She was present when Darth Malgus, a Sith Lord who had taken part in the Sacking of Coruscant—a Sith attack on the planet—arrived at the medcenter shortly after the battle in search of his Twi'lek lover, Eleena Daru, who was in the facility at the time. After Malgus demanded to see her, the nurse took him to find her. (Read more...)

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Kao Cen DarachEdit

(Taken to GA by JethLordMaster on October 10th, 2011)

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"Go, Satele. You must walk a different path."
―Kao Cen Darach, to Satele Shan[src]

Kao Cen Darach was a Zabrak male Master of the Jedi Order during the years preceding the Great Galactic War in 3681 BBY. That year, Darach and his Padawan, Satele Shan, were present on a space station in orbit around the Sith homeworld of Korriban when the Sith Empire, which had been believed destroyed for centuries, launched an assault to retake the planet. Darach was ultimately killed in battle with the Sith Lord Vindican and his apprentice, Malgus. Because of his sacrifice, Shan was able to escape and warn the Galactic Republic of the Sith Empire's return. (Read more...)

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Devastation of ManaanEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on October 21, 2011)

The devastation of the planet Manaan was an act carried out by the Sith Empire during the Great Galactic War, sometime between 3681 BBY and 3653 BBY. After centuries of hiding in sectors of space unexplored by the Galactic Republic, the Sith returned to the known galaxy and initiated their crusade against the Republic's member worlds and other planets. In their campaign for dominance, the Empire traveled to the water world of Manaan, a planet known for its staunch devotion to neutrality during periods of war. The Sith refused to accept the native Selkath's tradition of impartiality and so destroyed all of the free-floating surface structures on the planet. (Read more...)

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Seizure of the Minos ClusterEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on October 26, 2011; later promoted to FA)

"Elsewhere in the Outer Rim, the Sith staged more targeted strikes, destroying our shipyards in the Sluis sector, blockading the Rimma Trade Route, and seizing control of the rich resources of the Minos Cluster."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural[src]

In 3681 BBY, the reconstituted Sith Empire returned to the known galaxy from relative exile and seized the Minos Cluster in the Outer Rim Territories. The operation was one of the earliest conflicts of the Empire's Great Galactic War against the Galactic Republic, performed during the Sith's initial blitz against vital enemy holdings. The loss of the Minos Cluster and the high volume of resources it contained was a significant blow to the Republic, leading to intense political infighting and additional losses in the twenty-eight-year war. The Minos Cluster once again became a point of contention before the war's end in 3653 BBY. (Read more...)

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Battle of Ord IbannaEdit

(Taken to GA by Darth Trayus on October 28, 2011)

"Born to a wealthy family with a proud military tradition, Kilran proved himself (to no one's surprise) a capable right-hand man to the Sith during the Empire's early assaults on the Brema Sector. When his Sith superior died during the Battle of Ord Ibanna, however, Kilran showed that he was more than an able tactical advisor—he assumed command of the ragged Imperial fleet and led them to a swift and decisive victory."
―A HoloNet dossier on Rycus Kilran[src]

The Battle of Ord Ibanna was a naval conflict between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic during the Great Galactic War. During their campaign to seize the Outer Rim Territories from the Republic, the Sith targeted the Brema sector in a concentrated effort to secure the region. The Imperial Armada and the Republic Navy eventually met in the sector over the world of Ord Ibanna, and the Empire's fleet took heavy losses during the ensuing battle. After the Imperial force's Sith commander was killed by Republic fire, tactical advisor Rycus Kilran assumed command of the fleet and led it to victory over the Republic forces. (Read more...)

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Unidentified medical supply merchantEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on November 29, 2011)

"I used to be a nurse, you know. That chair is a good device."
―The medical supply merchant, to Zeerid Korr[src]

A Human male merchant tended a warehouse located on the planet Vulta that contained medical supplies. In the year 3653 BBY, the man, who was a former nurse, sold smuggler Zeerid Korr a hoverchair and a course on how to run it. Korr—who gave the hoverchair to his seven-year-old crippled daughter, Arra Yooms—paid the seller 87,000 credits with a bearer card. (Read more...)

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Hutt–Imperial treatyEdit

(Taken to GA by Dark Lord Trayus on December 1, 2011)

"The galaxy's criminal networks wavered endlessly during the Great War, debating whether to back the Republic or the Empire. Although the Hutt Cartels resented the Sith Emperor for not including them in his pre-war conspiracy, Imperial Intelligence somehow blocked the Republic's efforts to win the Hutts' support."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural[src]

After the Sith Empire's return to the known galaxy during the Great Galactic War, Imperial representatives from the Ministry of Intelligence brokered a treaty with the powerful Hutt Cartel. The agreement stipulated that, as the Empire grew in power and territory over the course of the Great Galactic War and the subsequent Cold War, the Hutts would be allowed to maintain their sovereignty and neutrality, provided neither they nor any inferior clans or subsidiaries worked to further the interests of the Galactic Republic—the Empire's primary nemesis in the wars.

The treaty benefited both parties until around 3643 BBY, when three Hutt families violated its terms and worked alongside Republic researchers on the planet Quesh to manufacture adrenal stimulants. The Empire discovered the operation and forced the Cartel to label the three families as traitors and join the Sith in an assault on Quesh. (Read more...)

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Ressa's husbandEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on January 11, 2012)

"This holoprojection was a gift from Queen Ressa of Drezzi to thank Darth Nyriss for her merciful treatment of the royal family when the Empire conquered their world. Her husband was executed, but the queen and her children were spared."
―Sechel[src]

A male individual was the husband of Queen Ressa of the planet Drezzi. Drezzi was conquered prior to the year 3954 BBY by the resurgent Sith Empire, and he was executed. In gratitude to the Sith Lord Darth Nyriss for sparing her and her children's lives, Ressa gave Nyriss a holoprojection as a gift. Sometime later, the Sith Pureblood Sechel mentioned Ressa's husband in a story about the holoprojection that he told to the Sith Lord Scourge. (Read more...)

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RessaEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi on January 14, 2012)

"This holoprojection was a gift from Queen Ressa of Drezzi to thank Darth Nyriss for her merciful treatment of the royal family when the Empire conquered their world. Her husband was executed, but the queen and her children were spared."
―Sechel, to Scourge[src]

Ressa was the queen of the planet Drezzi for some time prior to the year 3954 BBY. After her homeworld was conquered by the Sith Empire, Ressa's husband was executed. She and her children were spared, however, by Sith Lord Darth Nyriss. Ressa gave a holoprojection as a gift to Nyriss for not killing her and her children. At a later time, Sith Pureblood Sechel told the story of Ressa to Sith Lord Scourge. (Read more...)

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Denal-zonEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on April 10, 2012)

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"Look what the wampa dragged in. I was beginning to wonder if I'd see you again."
―Denal-zon addresses a Republic individual[src]

Denal-zon was a Zabrak male police officer with the Coruscant Security Force who attained the rank of captain by the time of the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the resurgent Sith Empire. In 3641 BBY, he was the investigating officer of a theft of computer chips belonging to Senator Dolibur Barc. Denal-zon discovered that the chips were to be used for slaving collars and that they had been stolen by the Migrant Merchants' Guild crime gang. (Read more...)

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NidaljoEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on April 13, 2012)

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"We can't hold this position, but we'll leave some surprises for Black Sun before we go."
―Nidaljo, to a Jedi Knight[src]

Nidaljo was a Human male police officer with the Coruscant Security Force who eventually attained the rank of sergeant. During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, he was placed in command of the CSF's Special Tactical Unit, which was composed of police officers and Republic soldiers. The unit's goal was to fight violent gangs such as Black Sun and even the odds for the overwhelmed police forces. On one occasion, Nidaljo and his team—along with a Jedi Knight—were involved in an assault in the Black Sun Territory. (Read more...)

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WinbornEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on April 30, 2012)

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"The Migrant Merchants' Guild is dug in hard. Gonna be a while before we push them out."
―Winborn on CSF's efforts to eliminate the Migrant Merchants' Guild[src]

Winborn was a Human male police officer with the Coruscant Security Force during the Great Galactic War and Cold War era. Living on Coruscant, he eventually attained the police rank of captain but also served as the Coruscant Security Chief. In 3641 BBY, Coruscant Senator and government leader, Vanara Kayl, ordered Winborn to oust the Migrant Merchants' Guild criminal gang from Coruscant's Old Galactic Market sector. During the fighting Winborn was made aware of a terrorist plot by the Guild to disable the skylanes around the Senate Building which would have killed hundreds. With the help of a Republic individual, the attack was stopped. (Read more...)

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OzuristEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 10, 2012)

Ozurist
"I am Ozurist, the chief engineer. I serve the great machines, the true rulers of Coruscant."
―Ozurist[src]

Ozurist was a male Lethan Twi'lek who lived on Coruscant during the Cold War. A chief engineer who was employed in The Works throughout much of the Great Galactic War and the Cold War, Ozurist developed a strong devotion to both his fellow biologicals and the machines he served. During the Cold War, Ozurist asked a Republic-allied individual for help saving one of the "great machines" from destruction by rogue droids known as "mobiles." (Read more...)

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Ria DeleruEdit

(Taken to GA by Dark Lord Trayus on May 11, 2012)

Ria Deleru
"I'm sorry, I should've told Nik the truth. I was just hoping to spare his feelings. Life with him was miserable. Not only were we barely scraping by, but I was fed up. His jealousy was driving me crazy! He didn't want me talking to anyone or going out. Life here is… better."
―Ria Deleru, on her new life as a dancer[src]

Ria Deleru was a Nautolan female who lived during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. During the war, she immigrated to the capital world of the Republic, Coruscant, with her husband, Nik Deleru, but the two found life in the planet's Galactic City difficult. They were among the thousands of other alien refugees who occupied the Old Galactic Market sector in the aftermath of the Sacking of Coruscant at the end of the war, and like many of their contemporaries, the two fell into severe poverty. Around 3643 BBY, during the Cold War, Ria became fed up with her economic situation and Nik's jealous and obsessive behavior, and so chose to escape into a life as an erotic dancer with Hanera's Dance Troupe. She led Nik to believe that she had been captured by the violent crime organization known as the Migrant Merchants' Guild, and although he sent an emissary to retrieve her, she was able to convince the messenger that she had found a better life. (Read more...)

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VastilEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 16, 2012)

Vastil

Vastil was a Human male who lived on the Outer Rim planet of Tatooine during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. A native of the settlement Espelar, he joined the Anchorhead Guard to defend the area from attack. When a Republic-allied individual offered to train the new recruits, Vastil accompanied the individual against the native Tusken Raiders in the area, and also to rescue a group of militiamen from the militia's Manister Base. The base had been overrun by a hive of Geonosians, a species from the nearby planet Geonosis, and the recruits helped get the injured militia members to safety while individual held off the enemy. Thanks to the Republic individual's training and his own bravery, Vastil was fully inducted into the militia. (Read more…)

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Galen BeskEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 22, 2012)

Galen Besk
"Some Jedi boldly save worlds. Others fight empires. And some put their lightsabers aside and help in smaller ways."
―Galen Besk — Gnome-speakernotesListen (file info)[src]

Galen Besk was a former Jedi who lived during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. A male Miraluka, Galen put aside his lightsaber after the Great Galactic War and settled on the Outer Rim world of Tatooine, where he believed he could make a better difference by helping settlers. He quickly became a leader amongst the settlers, but remained aware of many of the events on the planet and the galaxy as a whole. When a Republic-allied individual arrived on the planet, Besk asked the individual for help in solving many of the settlers' problems. (Read more…)

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LaotahEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 11, 2012)

Laotah
«Padawan… turn back. Leave this place—leave me. I am dying.»
―Laotah[src]

Laotah was a Selkath male Jedi Knight serving the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic, during the Cold War with the resurgent Sith Empire. One of the Jedi assigned to guard the ruins of Kaleth on the Order's homeworld of Tython, Laotah lost his life at the hands of the native Flesh Raiders when he attempted to investigate activity in the area. Before his death, he warned the Padawan of Jedi Master Orgus Din of the Flesh Raiders' power, and the Padawan recovered the fallen Selkath's lightsaber from Laotah's killers. (Read more…)

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Duel in the Gnarls caveEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 16, 2012)

Callef duel
"The old order is dead. Long live the new order."
―Callef[src]

Around 3641 BBY, during the Flesh Raider uprising on the planet Tython, a duel occurred in a cave in the Tythonian Gnarls between the Dark Jedi apprentice Callef and a Jedi apprentice. In an attempt to stop the Flesh Raider invasion of the Gnarls, the apprentice found Callef about to kill the Bith apprentice Unaw Aharo, and dueled the Dark Jedi in an attempt to stop him. Despite the apprentice's disadvantage of wielding a vibrosword against Callef's lightsaber, the Jedi's remarkable combat skill resulted in Callef's death. (Read more…)

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ZirchrosEdit

(Take to GA by Exiledjedi on June 16, 2012)

Zirchros was a Hutt crime lord born around the year 5341 BBY who lived during the reign of the Galactic Republic. Around the year 3641 BBY, Zirchros possessed a secret cache of artifacts that his father had owned that had come from an extinct civilization. At that time, Zirchros was dying in his medical facility, and telling tales of his knowledge of the early Republic's criminal elements. (Read more…)

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CallefEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 28, 2012)

Callef
"The old order is dead. Long live the new order."
―Callef[src]

Callef was a Human male Dark Jedi who lived during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. The apprentice of the Dark Jedi Bengel Morr, Callef and his master rallied the native Flesh Raiders of the planet Tython in an attempt to destroy the Jedi Order. During the early stages of the Flesh Raider uprising, he led his Flesh Raider soldiers in an attack on the Jedi base in the Tythonian Gnarls, and captured a Bith apprentice by the name of Unaw Aharo. However, Callef was killed in a duel with another Jedi apprentice who came to rescue Aharo. (Read more…)

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AnstissEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on July 3, 2012)

Anstiss
"I've gone inside the Dealer's Den half a dozen times to confront him, and he's beaten me within a centimeter of my life each time... He needs to be talked down or knocked out if I'm going to arrest him. I'm no match but you might have a shot."
―Officer Anstiss, discussing with an individual her attempts to arrest Gambo[src]

Anstiss was a female Zabrak police officer with the Coruscant Security Force living on Coruscant during the Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. She believed that she had an enemy at CSF Headquarters as she had been assigned a daunting task to arrest a brutal Houk criminal named Gambo by herself. Gambo resisted arrest and injured Anstiss in the process. Eventually, Anstiss was assisted by an individual affiliated with the Republic. (Read more…)

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Raid on the Flesh Raider weapons cacheEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 10, 2012)

FleshRaiderCache
"The enemy has a camp in the valley nearby. My scouts say the Flesh Raiders store their weapons and other tech in a cave."
―Scout Chief Moorint[src]

During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the native Flesh Raiders of the planet Tython began to attack the world's other inhabitants, the Jedi Order and a group of Twi'lek Pilgrims, in greater numbers. Around 3641 BBY, as part of the Order's attempt to quell the natives' uprising, the apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din raided a weapons cache belonging to the Flesh Raiders in the Upper Hollows of the Tythos Ridge. Fighting through the Flesh Raider forces, the Padawan recovered the natives' blasters and rescued an astromech droid by the name of T7-O1 after defeating the native's warmaster. Upon returning to the Twi'lek settlement of Kalikori Village, the Padawan gave the weapons to Ranna Tao'Ven, the daughter of the village's Matriarch, and the other Pilgrims so they could better defend themselves. (Read more…)

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StansunEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on July 11, 2012)

Stanson
"We're fighting a war against Black Sun. Wish I could say we're winning."
―Stansun[src]

Stansun was a Human male who lived on the planet Coruscant and served as a police officer with the Coruscant Security Force under the Galactic Republic. During the Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Republic, Officer Stansun was assigned to the Black Sun Territory. Though Stansun remained positive, he was frustrated by the lack of progress in fighting the Black Sun criminal syndicate. He had tried several times to shut down an illegal surgery clinic without success before he was able to enlist the help of a Republic individual. (Read more…)

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Dromund Kaas wilderness campaignEdit

(Taken to GA by Dark Lord Trayus on July 25, 2012)

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"With his army well-trained, Vaiken led a campaign to carve a footprint into the wilderness of Dromund Kaas to create room for the Empire's new capital to flourish."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural[src]

Shortly after their arrival on Dromund Kaas, the people of the reborn Sith Empire launched a campaign to clear a wilderness region on the planet. The effort was conceived and organized by the founder and first leader of the Imperial Military, Odile Vaiken. Vaiken led a newly-formed army of Imperial revivalists into the jungle wilds of the untamed Dromund Kaas, carving into the habitats of native animal species and clearing the way for the Sith to gain a secure foothold on the world. When the project reached completion, the Imperials had cleared enough of the wilderness to allow for their leaders to begin building a new capital that would later come to be known as Kaas City. (Read more…)

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MalEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on July 25, 2012)

Mal
"Nik, none of you should be living here. We can't guarantee your safety, you know that."
―Officer Mal, to Nik Deleru, about refugees in the Old Galactic Market[src]

Mal was a Human male police officer with the Coruscant Security Force during the time of the Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. Officer Mal was assigned to the Old Galactic Market district of the planet Coruscant. There, Mal tried to fulfill his duty of keeping the peace; however, he was hampered by a lack of resources and the fighting between CSF police forces and Migrant Merchants' Guild thugs. On one occasion, Mal was approached by a refugee Nautolan named Nik Deleru whose mate, Ria Deleru, had been taken by the Guild. Though Mal was unable to assist, an individual offered to help retrieve Ria. (Read more…)

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Skirmish at the ancient shrineEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 3rd, 2012)

Force Flesh Raider

During the Flesh Raider uprising on the Deep Core world of Tython, the apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din was forced to fight a group of the native Flesh Raiders when ordered to investigate activity near the ruins of the ancient temple Kaleth. In an ancient shrine near the ruins, the Padawan was surprised to encounter Force-sensitive Flesh Raiders, and managed to defeat the hostile natives despite their advantage in numbers. The revelation that some of the natives were Force-sensitive, and were seemingly being trained by a holocron, was a prospect that the Jedi Order found alarming in light of the Flesh Raiders' increased attacks, and the Dark Jedi Bengel Morr would use these natives as Force Adepts in the coming battles. (Read more…)

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Raid on the Tythos Ridge shield generatorEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 9th, 2012)

Tythos Shield Generator

During the Flesh Raider uprising on the Deep Core world of Tython during the Cold War, the apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din was ordered to disable a shield generator in the Tythos Ridge, a region controlled by the hostile native Flesh Raiders. While a strike force of Jedi prepared to attack the natives' command base, which was protected by the shield generator, Din's Padawan ventured into the Ridge mountains to locate and shut down the shield. Successfully fighting through the Flesh Raider forces, the apprentice deactivated the shield and allowed Din to lead the strike against the command base. (Read more…)

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Skirmish in the Kalikori Village fieldsEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 9th, 2012)

Kalikori Village Fields

During the Flesh Raider uprising on the Deep Core world of Tython during the Cold War, the apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din was forced to defend Kalikori Village's agricultural fields from an attack by Flesh Raider saboteurs. Around 3643 BBY, after a successful raid on a Flesh Raider shield generator in the Tythos Ridge mountains, the Padawan returned to the Twi'lek settlement of Kalikori Village in search of news on Din, who was leading a strike force of Jedi in an attack upon the Flesh Raider command base. Just as the Padawan arrived, however, a team of Flesh Raiders broke through the village's lines and planted toxin mines in the Twi'leks' agricultural fields, poisoning their crops. At the request of the village's Matriarch Ranna Tao'Ven, the Padawan braved the poisonous clouds using the Force and disabled the mines, defeating the saboteurs and ensuring the village's safety. (Read more…)

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KoryEdit

(Taken to GA by Dark Lord Trayus on August 12th, 2012)

Kory-TOR
"You are a weak, pathetic rodent, and even a lunatic like Spindrall can see this."
―Overseer Harkun, to Kory[src]

Kory was Humana female who lived during the era of the Cold War. She hailed from Sith space and was of low birth, but was inducted into the Sith Order due to her Force-sensitivity. Around 3643 BBY, she and five other Sith Acolytes were summoned to the Sith Academy on Korriban to participate in trials and evaluations and to ultimately become the apprentice of the Sith Lord Zash. Kory's trials were supervised by the vindictive Overseer Harkun, who first tasked the acolytes with journeying into the tomb of the ancient Dark Lord of the Sith Ajunta Pall, where they would find the hermit Sith Lord Spindrall and be judged by him. Kory completed the task and survived Spindrall's tests, but was judged by the elder Sith to be unworthy of training in the dark side of the Force. As such, Harkun executed Kory upon her return to him, ending the young acolyte's short career. (Read more…)

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Raid on the Forsaken DenEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 19, 2012)

Kaleth Duel
"Why spread our forces thin to hit all the camps at once?"
"If we only go after a few, the Flesh Raiders could warn the rest and regroup."
―The Padawan and Orgus Din[src]

During the Flesh Raider uprising on Tython during the Cold War, the apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din assaulted a Flesh Raider camp in the Forsaken Den, a cave near the ruins of the temple-city Kaleth in an attempt to drive the natives out of the area. After a successful raid on the Flesh Raider command base by a Jedi strike force, the Jedi Order learned of a great number of Flesh Raider camps across the planet. The Order mobilized all available Jedi on the world to eliminate the natives' war camps in a series of simultaneous strikes, and Din's apprentice was sent to eliminate a camp in the cave system known as the Forsaken Den near Kaleth. There, the Padawan found a wounded Selkath Jedi named Laotah, who before his death warned the apprentice of the Force-sensitive Flesh Raiders within. The young Jedi proceeded to defeat the natives within, and was forced to return to Kalikori Village when Din received a distress call. (Read more…)

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JaynesEdit

(Taken to GA by Exiledjedi on August 31, 2012)

Jaynes
"Nasty fight out here. Can't tell friend from enemy half the time. Seps just take off their uniforms and blend into the villages."
―Jaynes, on the war on Ord Mantell[src]

Jaynes was a Human male who served as a sergeant in the Republic Military during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Around the year 3646 BBY, he was stationed on the planet Ord Mantell, where he served at Fort Garnik on the island of Avilatan during the Republic's war with a group of separatists. While at the fort, he directed new arrivals to one of the base's combat instructors, Lieutenant Forris. Nearly three years after his arrival on Ord Mantell, Jaynes was still serving on Ord Mantell and was stationed at Fort Garnik, where he met a new recruit of Havoc Squad, a well-known elite squad of Republic soldiers. (Read more…)

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SumariEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 14, 2012)

Sumari
"My scouts have tracked the Flesh Raiders for months. Watched them grow in strength. I will share what we've discovered, but only if you agree to protect my people. We… we suffer…"
―Matriarch Sumari[src]

Sumari was a Twi'lek female and the Matriarch of Kalikori Village on the planet Tython. Succeeding Kolovish as leader of the Pilgrims, Sumari brought her daughter Ranna Tao'Ven with her to Tython, where the Pilgrims built their small settlement in the Tythos Ridge mountains near the Jedi Order's new Temple. Sumari served as Matriarch for several years until she fell ill around 3643 BBY, when the native Flesh Raiders began to attack both the Jedi and the villagers in greater numbers. Despite her sickness, Sumari directed her villagers while aiding the Order in investigating the causes of the natives' recent activities. Ultimately, however, the Twi'lek succumbed to her illness and died, leaving her daughter as the new Matriarch. (Read more…)

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Matare (Zabrak)Edit

(Taken to GA by Exiledjedi on September 14, 2012)

Matare
"There is darkness everywhere on Tython. But the dangers of the Gnarls…"
―Matare, speaking of the planet Tython[src]

Matare was a Zabrak male Jedi who served the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Republic. He was one of many Jedi who relocated to the Jedi homeworld of Tython after the Order relocated there to rebuild at the conclusion of the Great Galactic War with the Sith. While on the planet, Matare frequented the Masters' Retreat, an enclave near the Jedi Temple on Tython. Around the year 3643 BBY, the Flesh Raiders, a savage species native to Tython, began to attack Jedi and others in the Gnarls and other regions around the Jedi Temple, which led Matare to believe that the Jedi should no longer send their Padawans to the Gnarls for training. (Read more…)

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Planet PrisonEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 21, 2012)

Council Chamber
"My work barely qualifies as a weapon. It's the most humane military technology ever invented."
―Doctor Eli Tarnis[src]

The Planet Prison was a superweapon developed by the Galactic Republic during the Cold War with the Sith Empire. Created by Doctor Nasan Godera and weaponized by a team of scientists under the leadership of Doctor Tarnis—in actuality a Sith Lord and the son of the notorious Darth Angral—the weapon was intended as a way to peacefully blockade a planet. When the project's prototype neared completion, Tarnis attempted to steal the device and use it on the Republic capital world of Coruscant through an elaborate ruse with the help of the Migrant Merchants' Guild and Black Sun criminal organizations. However, Tarnis was killed in the ruins of the Jedi Temple by a young Jedi Knight, and the device was destroyed before it could be fired. The technology would be later combined with several other weapons by Darth Angral into the ship-mounted Desolator superweapon, which the Sith Lord used to devastate the planet Uphrades, although the Jedi Knight defeated Angral aboard his warship above Tython just before the ship was destroyed by Republic fighters. (Read more…)

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JorinEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on September 21, 2012)

Jorin
"Seven, sir. Jorin's gone."
―A Republic corporal reports Jorin's death to Sergeant Nidaljo[src]

Jorin was a Human male living on the planet Coruscant and worked as a police officer with the Coruscant Security Force. During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Jorin served under Sergeant Nidaljo in the CSF's Special Tactical Unit, a tactical squad with the primary task of conducting operations against the Black Sun criminal syndicate. When the unit was tasked with aiding a Jedi Knight in rescuing the Republic scientist Eli Tarnis from the syndicate, Jorin was killed during the unit's attempt to set up a perimeter around Black Sun's headquarters in preparation for their upcoming raid. (Read more…)

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DoornEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on October 9, 2012)

Doorn
"I used to be proud to say, 'Lieutenant Doorn, Corsuscant Security Forces.' These days, it's just a job. Doesn't even pay the bills."
―Doorn[src]

Doorn was a Human male living on the planet Coruscant. He worked as a police officer for the Coruscant Security Force and was able to achieve the rank of lieutenant before the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and Sith Empire. During the Cold War period that followed the war, Doorn was posted to the Black Sun Territory. The assignment was difficult, with constant street warfare against the Black Sun crime syndicate. Like many veteran cops, Doorn became extremely cynical, frustrated, and burned out. At one point he was assigned the task of securing plans for Coruscant's secret tunnels. Working with Agent Fieler Dan of the Republic Strategic Information Service, Doorn tracked the plans to Coruscant's Justicar territory. When Dan failed to contact Doorn, he sent a Republic individual after her who was able to locate the plans.(Read more…)

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BennEdit

(Taken to GA by Exiledjedi on October 10, 2012)

Benn
"We live in dangerous times. Where would you send them? Training rooms inside the Temple?"
―Master Benn, speaking to Matare about the problems Padawans faced on Tython[src]

Benn was a male Human Jedi Master who served the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire. He was one of the many Jedi who returned to Tython, the Jedi homeworld planet, to rebuild the Order at the conclusion of the Great Galactic War fought against the Sith Empire. While on the planet, Master Benn was frequently at the Masters' Retreat, a Jedi Enclave located near the Jedi Temple on Tython. Around the year 3643 BBY, a savage native species known as the Flesh Raiders began to attack Jedi and others in the Gnarls and other regions near the Jedi Temple. Despite the dangers, Master Benn maintained that the Jedi Padawans being taught on Tython should still be given training outside of the Temple's training rooms. (Read more…)

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Vistis GarnEdit

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«I love Jedi. You're such reasonable people.»
―Vistis Garn[src]

Vistis Garn was a male Rodian criminal living on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War. Garn worked primarily for the criminal group known as the Migrant Merchants' Guild, but he would work for any organization that offered the right price. When he was hired by the Black Sun criminal syndicate to steal the design files of the Planet Prison superweapon, the former apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din pursued Garn to a Guild warehouse and defeated the thief. The Jedi Knight spared the Rodian thief after interrogating him, and Garn fled to his friends on the moon of Nar Shaddaa. (Read more…)

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Zeer (criminal)Edit

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"Agh! Jedi scum. I'll kill you… someday…"
―Zeer[src]

Zeer was a Human male who worked for the criminal organization Black Sun during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. In 3643 BBY, Zeer was hired by the Sith Lord Tarnis to stage the kidnapping of his fake identity, Doctor "Eli Tarnis," from the Senate Building. Zeer's men served as distractions in the nearby spaceport while Tarnis fled to the territory of the paramilitary Justicars' Brigade, and the supposed kidnappers battled the Coruscant Security Force to a stalemate. However, when a Jedi Knight arrived at the spaceport, the Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen helped the Knight defeat and capture Zeer and his men. (Read more…)

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MalloheEdit

(Taken to GA by Exiledjedi on October 29, 2012)

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"I'm been assigned to Dromund Kaas for the past six months, and the galaxy is changing quickly."
―Lieutenant Mallohe speaking of her time spent on Dromund Kaas[src]

Mallohe was a Human female lieutenant who served in the Imperial Army during the Cold War, which saw the Sith Empire pitted against the Galactic Republic. Around the year 3643 BBY, Mallohe had been stationed on the Sith capital planet of Dromund Kaas for six months, at which time she was assigned to prepare encoded reports on recent Cold War conflicts for a Sith Lord named Kras. Kras wanted Mallohe to send him an Imperial individual who had been part of the recent fighting so that he could interview the individual inside the Imperial Citadel's Sith Sanctum in Kaas City, the capital of Dromund Kaas. After she completed the reports, Lieutenant Mallohe was able to meet with an individual who had been involved in a attack made by the the Imperial transport Black Talon on the Republic warship, Brentaal Star. The individual took Mallohe's reports to Lord Kras and was interviewed by him. (Read more…)

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MarcovicEdit

Marcovic
"Name, Marcovic. Rank, lieutenant. That's all you'll get from me, Jedi scum!"
―Lieutenant Marcovic[src]

Marcovic was a Human male who served the Sith Empire during the Cold War with the Galactic Republic. A lieutenant in the Imperial Military, Marcovic was assigned to a secret listening post on the planet Ord Mantell in the later years of the Cold War. During the early days of Darth Angral's campaign of vengeance for the death of his son where the Sith Lord seized control of Republic superweapons and turned them against the Republic, the Republic Strategic Information Service traced a holotransmission of Angral's back to Ord Mantell, but lost the signal beyond that point. In an attempt to gather information on Angral's plans, the Republic General Var Suthra sent a young Jedi Knight and the astromech droid T7-O1 on a mission to the base, where the two stormed the facility and hacked into their records. Loyal to the Empire even in the face of death, Marcovic sacrificed his life in a futile attempt to stop the Knight from retrieving the data. (Read more…)

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Skirmish in Docking Bay 84Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on November 16, 2012)

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"The kidnappers are threatening to kill Doctor Tarnis, but they might be bluffing. I'm not even sure they have him."
―Kira Carsen[src]

During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, a skirmish occurred in Docking Bay 84 of the main spaceport on the Republic capital planet of Coruscant. The fight resulted when members of the Black Sun criminal syndicate infiltrated the Senate Tower on Coruscant and kidnapped the Republic scientist Doctor Eli Tarnis. Tarnis, in actuality a Sith Lord, had hired the criminals to stage his kidnapping, and slipped away to the Justicars' Sector while the kidnappers drew the attention of Coruscant Security at the nearby spaceport. In an attempt to rescue the scientist, the former apprentice of Jedi Master Orgus Din and the astromech droid T7-O1 joined Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen in fighting and defeating the criminals. In the process, the trio learned Tarnis had been taken to Black Sun Territory, and they promptly launched a rescue mission. (Read more…)

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LinEdit

(Taken to GA by Exiledjedi on November 19, 2012)

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"Oh no. No, no, no, not Bellis! He can't be dead! No! Bellis risked his life every day for you, and now you've gone and gotten him killed! My poor, sweet Bellis…"
―Lin, to a Republic trooper[src]

Lin was a Human female who lived with her husband, Bellis, on the planet Ord Mantell during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. During a war fought between the Republic and a group of separatists attempting to overthrow Ord Mantell's government, the couple had a house in Talloran village, which was the first village taken over by the separatists on the island of Avilatan. At that time, Bellis spied on separatist activities for the Republic, but, during the year 3643 BBY, he was killed by separatists while waiting to meet with a sergeant of the Republic Special Forces unit Havoc Squad in Talloran village. Lin learned of her husband's death when she encountered the Sergeant in her house while looking for Bellis's field box, a type of case in which Republic agents stored important information. Lin was greatly upset by her husband's death—blaming the Sergeant and the Republic—before giving the box to the Sergeant. (Read more…)

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UphradesEdit

Uphrades

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 15, 2012; later promoted to FA)

"I saw this planet once, with Master Kiwiiks. It used to be green."
―Kira Carsen[src]

Uphrades was a planet located in the Uphrades system of the Inner Rim. Originally a green and fertile agriworld during the years leading up to the Galactic War with the Sith Empire, Uphrades supplied the Republic capital planet of Coruscant with much of its food supplies. This earned it the nickname "Coruscant's Granary," until the agriworld was targeted by the Sith Lord Darth Angral during his campaign of vengeance in 3643 BBY. As part of his revenge against the Republic and the Jedi Order for the death of his son, Tarnis, Angral tested the Desolator superweapon on Uphrades and devastated its surface, killing millions and trapping the few hundred survivors on the planet by ionizing its atmosphere. Thanks to the efforts of Doctor Senessa and the crew of the Republic medical frigate Daybreaker, the survivors endured the several months it took for the ion field to dissipate, but the planet itself remained a desolate and barren world. (Read more…)

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TheraguinEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on December 16, 2012)

Theraguin
"I'm Captain Theraguin—last officer on the job here since the patrols stopped."
―Captain Theraguin[src]

Theraguin was a Human male police officer living on the Galactic Republic capital planet, Coruscant, during the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire. Theraguin served with the Coruscant Security Force (CSF) and had attained the rank of captain. By 3643 BBY, Therguin was working in the Black Sun Territory. Although most CSF forces had abandoned the area, Theraguin continued to do his best to serve the locals who were oppressed and abused by the Black Sun criminal syndicate. (Read more…)

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Jol ZackinEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 17, 2012)

Jol
"There shouldn't be any argument. The Republic is here to save the people of Corellia—period."
"We're here to win a war, Senator. What good is saving lives if we lose the blasted planet?"
―Senator Jol Zackin and Colonel Brint[src]

Jol Zackin was a Human male who served as the Galactic Republic senator of the planet Corellia during the latter years of the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire. As the Galactic War broke out around 3642 BBY, Zackin was dismayed to see Corellia's ruling council aid the Empire in conquering his homeworld, and Zackin aided the Republic Military during the subsequent Battle of Corellia with his knowledge of the planet and its people. He enlisted the aid of the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython, the Supreme Commander of all Jedi forces on the planet, to rescue civilians who had been kidnapped by the Empire from Corellian prisons. (Read more…)

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AaetonEdit

(Taken to GA by Winterz on December 28, 2012)

"I'm from the planet Aaeton, only half-day's journey from here. Young people from my planet often go on survival camping trips on Ragoon-6 when we reach fourteen years of age. We have a special allowance from the Senate because we gave the elders of Ragoon refuge when they handed the planet over to the Senate."
―Floria[src]

Aaeton was a planet of the Aaeton system, in the Core Worlds region. As a member world of the Galactic Republic, Aaeton's surface was victim of an Imperial chemical attack during the Cold War between the Republic and Sith Empire. Its space was contested thousands of years later during the New Sith Wars, once again between the Republic and Sith, though it was eventually secured by the Republic Navy and the Army of Light. During the last days of the Republic, the government of Aaeton had authorization to allow its citizens to visit the generally off-limits neighboring world of Ragoon VI. (Read more...)

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Battle of KaridephEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 29, 2012) During the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Republic forces under the leadership of Jedi Master Orgus Din and Lieutenant Harron Tavus of the elite Republic Special Forces Division unit Havoc Squad drove back an invasion attempt by the Empire on the planet Karideph. Part of the twenty-eight-year Minos Cluster Campaign, the battle saw both Din and Tavus named the "Heroes of Karideph" for their bravery during the fighting. (Read more…)

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HacklinEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on January 8th, 2013)

"Please forgive the deception—Admiral Hacklin remains Darth Angral's faithful servant. His name simply made this meeting convenient."
―Valis[src]

Hacklin was a male admiral of the Imperial Navy and a loyal ally of Darth Angral, a Sith Lord of the resurgent Sith Empire during the Cold War with the Galactic Republic. After the Admiral encountered the Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen when the woman was captured by Angral's forces, Hacklin was impersonated by the Child of the Emperor Valis in order to lure Carsen and her Master into a trap on an abandoned mining facility. (Read more…)

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Republic Law 44-12Edit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on January 11, 2013)

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"Under Republic Law 44-12, Rylothian slave collars and the chips used to make them are illegal in Republic space—even for Senators."
―Coruscant Security Force Captain Denal-zon[src]

Republic Law 44-12 was a law passed by the Senate of the Galactic Republic which outlawed the use of Rylothian slave collars in Republic space. It was in effect as early as the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire, though laws against slavery were a part of the Republic ever since its formation after the fall of the Rakata Infinite Empire. Slave collars, and the chips that were used to make them, ensured the continued existence of slavery as they provided a means to control the individuals. Republic Law 44-12 sought to provide specific measures to prevent the use of the collars and chips. (Read more...)

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GundoEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on January 16, 2013)

Lieutenant Gundo
"Lieutenant Gundo, 86th Infantry. You're here just in time. We've got Imperial forces massing outside."
―Lieutenant Gundo[src]

Gundo was a male Mirialan who served as a lieutenant in the Republic Army's 86th Infantry Division during the Cold War and Galactic War with the resurgent Sith Empire. By 3642 BBY, Gundo was stationed at a research facility on the planet Quesh alongside the Jedi Padawan and former Dark Council member Sajar. When Quesh was invaded and the facility attacked by Imperial forces, Gundo led his detachment in the defense of the facility, with the help of the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython, to prevent the Imperial Military from capturing Sajar. (Read more…)

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Galactic Republic Chancery election, 3653 BBYEdit

(Taken to GA by NaruHina on January 23, 2013)

Dorian Janarus

In 3653 BBY, the Galactic Senate of the Republic convened to elect a new Supreme Chancellor to lead the democratic government. After the assassination of the previous Chancellor during an assault on the planet of Coruscant perpetrated by the Sith Empire, Cerean Senator Paran Am-Ris took control of Senate activities for an interim period. When the time came to elect the Chancellor formally, the Senate voted unanimously to install Senator Dorian Janarus of Coruscant, in recognition of his strong leadership of the planet in the crisis's aftermath. (Read more…)

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Duwani Mechanical ProductsEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on January 25, 2013)

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"Beep boo weep. Twee twee."
―A Duwani Mechanical Products 3C-series utility droid[src]

Duwani Mechanical Products was a droid manufacturing company active during the time of the Old Republic. Founded well before the Gank Massacres of 4800 BBY, the company specialized in the production of utility and astromech droids, but it also produced various models of rugged and utilitarian probe droids, protocol droids, mining droids, and battle droids. Duwani remained in business throughout conflicts such as the Jedi Civil War, the Dark Wars, and the Great Galactic War, and two of its products—the T3-series utility droid T3-M4 and the T7-series astromech droid T7-O1—played pivotal roles in galactic events during their lifetimes. However, Duwani eventually went out of business sometime before the Clone Wars, and their products were rarely seen outside of private collections by the time of the New Republic. (Read more…)

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JaffkeeEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on January 27, 2013)

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"My name's Jaffkee. I'm with Republic security."
―CSF Agent Jaffkee[src]

Jaffkee was a Human male who lived on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. At that time, Agent Jaffkee served as a police officer with the Coruscant Security Force. He was assigned to the Justicars' Sector and was tasked with setting up listening devices and communications to monitor the Justicars' Brigade militia. (Read more…)

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86th Infantry DivisionEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on January 30, 2013)

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"Lieutenant Gundo, 86th Infantry. You're here just in time."
―Gundo[src]

The 86th Infantry Division was a division in the Republic Army during the Cold War and the Republic's Galactic War with the Sith Empire. In 3642 BBY, a detachment assigned to the planet Quesh's Adrenal Research Facility under Lieutenant Gundo and the Jedi Sajar were forced to defend the compound when it came under attack by Imperial forces during the Empire's invasion of the world. (Read more…)

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Goril SevintranEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 4, 2013)

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"Goril Sevintran. I arrived with the first wave. Now I serve among the last."
―Goril Sevintran[src]

Goril Sevintran was an Advozse male Jedi Knight who served the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Galactic War with the Sith Empire. When the Empire invaded the planet Corellia in 3641 BBY, Sevintran was among the first Jedi sent to aid the Corellian people and the Republic Military on the embattled Core World. (Read more…)

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Spy rayEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 20, 2013)

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"The ultimate in modern reconnaissance techniques—one of the wartime technologies developed by Dr. Godera, praise his crazed heart."
―Theron Shan[src]

A spy ray was a sophisticated surveillance device developed by Doctor Nasan Godera for the Galactic Republic during the Great Galactic War with the Sith Empire. By projecting beams of particles that would pass through or reflect off of matter depending on the object's density, the spy ray was able to generate high-resolution images of targets across an entire star system, and it saw great use in the hands of the Strategic Information Service, the Republic's primary intelligence agency. (Read more…)

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BerrunEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 21, 2013)

"Finally tracked down my old squad-mates, master Jedi. Wishing I hadn't. General Garza recruited them into the Special Forces black ops program, but now they're in a detention facility on Berrun—convicted of war crimes."
―Sergeant Fideltin Rusk[src]

Berrun was a planet located within the Colonies region of the galaxy that was the site of a Galactic Republic detention center during the Cold War with the Sith Empire. Thousands of years later, Berrun served as the host of the sporting event known as the Galactic Games in 33 BBY. (Read more…)

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Customs Enforcement DivisionEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on February 24, 2013)

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"Coruscant Security [plus] Customs Enforcement Division [equals] welcomes you, gentlebeing!"
―A CSF Customs Droid[src]

The Customs Enforcement Division was a branch of the Coruscant Security Force charged with customs enforcement on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War era. CSF police officers were assigned as spaceport guards and as customs enforcement agents, in which case they were assisted by Customs Droids. (Read more…)

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KarsimEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 26, 2013)

"Karsim, Naja, Eckerd… that whole squad has simply vanished."
―Sergeant Rusk[src]

Karsim was a soldier who served in the Republic Army during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Karsim was later recruited into the Republic Special Forces Division's black ops program as part of the assassination squad known as the Surgeons, though the squad was imprisoned on the planet Berrun after it started hunting the families of enemy targets. (Read more…)

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Enna TabordEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 4, 2013)

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"Enna Tabord, a member of our Order, is already on the surface looking for Krannus."
―Satele Shan[src]

Enna Tabord was a Human female Jedi who served the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Galactic War with the Sith Empire. When the Order learned of the Sith Emperor's plans to annihilate all life in the galaxy through a dark side ritual, the Grand Master Satele Shan sent Tabord to the prison planet of Belsavis to investigate what the Imperial Executor Krannus was doing on the world. However, Tabord was attacked by an Imperial patrol while scouting the area after an Imperial attack freed many of the prisoners, and she was barely able to inform the unofficial prison guard Pak Taldine of her findings before her death. (Read more…)

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Derrin WellerEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 5, 2013)

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"The Jedi Council will assign you a new Master to oversee your final trials. You'll be tested in ways you can't imagine. But when you leave Tython, you'll know what it means to be a Jedi Knight. More importantly, you'll know yourself."
―Derrin Weller[src]

Derrin Weller was a Human male Jedi Knight who served the Jedi Order on the planet Tython during the Cold War with the resurgent Sith Empire. Charged with the protection of the training grounds in the Tythonian Gnarls region, Weller received new Padawans upon their arrival to Tython at the Masters' Retreat, though his duties were interrupted in 3643 BBY when Tython's native Flesh Raiders launched an attack on the training grounds. Forced to order a newly–arrived apprentice into battle against the Flesh Raiders, Weller joined the fight to defend the training grounds after informing the Jedi Council of the situation, but he soon received a leg wound from a blaster–wielding Flesh Raider while rescuing several Padawans. Fortunately for Weller, the injury was non-fatal, and he was quickly evacuated to a nearby medcenter. (Read more…)

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Unidentified Twi'lek Jedi (Corellia)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 7, 2013)

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"I'm recommending this brave Jedi army for the Republic's top military honor. You've all earned it."
―General Suthra, on the Outer Rim Jedi Forces[src]

A male Twi'lek Jedi served as a member of the Outer Rim Jedi Forces, a detachment of Jedi sent to aid the Republic Military and the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython in battling the forces of the Sith Empire on the planet Corellia, during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Empire. During the Battle of Corellia, the Twi'lek and the Outer Rim Jedi worked under the Hero of Tython's command to stop the Dark Jedi Tol Braga from massacring thousands of civilians as a sacrifice for the Sith Emperor to start a deadly dark side ritual. After Braga's plans were halted, the Jedi remained to fight the Empire's invasion of Corellia. (Read more…)

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FolarisEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on March 13, 2013)

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"But you're a security officer!"
"Maybe so. But they don't pay me nearly enough for the risks I take down here everyday."
―A Republic individual and Agent Folaris[src]

Folaris was a Human female who lived on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. She served as a police officer for the Coruscant Security Force, working as an undercover agent in the Black Sun Territory. Around 3643 BBY, Folaris discovered that the Black Sun criminal syndicate was planning to purge several members—informants and rival gang leaders—it suspected of undermining its operations. Folaris wanted access to that list so that the persons targeted could be warned. However, she also saw an opportunity in selling the list: if the names went public, the targeted persons would possibly be warned and Folaris would be able to supplement her income. A Republic individual whom Folaris had recruited to help her convinced her not to sell the list but turn it over to her superiors. (Read more…)

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Blackstar SquadEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 15, 2013)

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"This is Blackstar Squad, a special operations team. General Var Suthra pulled in a favor with General Garza. Got them here quick."
―Special Agent Korol Tander[src]

Blackstar Squad was a squad of commandos in the Republic Army's Special Forces Division during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Specializing in covert operations, the Blackstars undertook missions in hostile environments such as Hutta during the Cold War, and the squad was led by Sergeant Donbar until Larin Moxla reported her superior's corruption in 3643 BBY. Both Moxla and Donbar were dismissed from the army as a result, though the squad itself remained in service. General Elin Garza, the head of the Special Forces Division, later lent the Blackstars to General Var Suthra for a cover mission on Nar Shaddaa to repay a favor. (Read more…)

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Chagrian colonyEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 21, 2012)

"I came from a pacifist colony, Master Jedi. We were bullied remorselessly: by pirates, corporations, Hutts, even governments. I joined the military as soon as I could. Peace only comes to those willing to fight for it."
―Fideltin Rusk[src]

A colony of the Chagrian species existed on the planet Mindor during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Founded sometime before the year 3680 BBY, the colony was the birthplace of Fideltin Rusk, a Chagrian who rebelled against the colony's extreme pacifism and enlisted in the Republic Military. However, the colonists' refusal to take action against those who oppressed them led to the colony's destruction at the hands of the Sith Empire in 3651 BBY. (Read more…)

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Uphrades systemEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 22, 2012)

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"That agriworld supplies nearly half of Coruscant's food… Any damage to Uphrades' food production could cripple the Republic."
General Var Suthra[src]

The Uphrades system was a star system located in the Inner Rim that contained the fertile agriworld Uphrades. During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the system's 16 million inhabitants worked to supply the Republic capital of Coruscant with most of its food supplies, but an attack on Uphrades by the Sith Lord Darth Angral using the Desolator superweapon ravaged the planet's surface and left only a few hundred survivors. Those survivors were eventually rescued thanks to the efforts of the medical frigate Daybreaker, whose crew had purposely crashed their vessel into Uphrades' now heavily ionized atmosphere to reach them and bring aid, but Uphrades and its system remained barren and lifeless in the aftermath of Angral's assault. (Read more…)

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Callan GrayneEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 24, 2013)

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"This is General Callan Grayne, Republic High Command. I've just arrived in orbit above Hoth. Quite a mess down there."
―General Grayne[src]

Callan Grayne was a Human male who served in the Republic Army during the Great Galactic War with the Sith Empire, and later became a general in Republic Strategic High Command during the subsequent Cold War. As the Galactic War broke out with the Empire at the end of the Cold War, Grayne was sent to the icy planet of Hoth to take charge of the Republic offensive there. While coordinating the Republic Military on the planet, Grayne enlisted the aid of the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython, and later assigned Sergeant Fideltin Rusk to the Jedi on the order of fellow High Command member Durant. (Read more…)

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Special tactical unitEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on March 26, 2013)

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"Can't believe it! We just took down Salarr. Black Sun won't forget that anytime soon. We lost some good soldiers, but this victory gives their deaths meaning."
―Sergeant Nidaljo[src]

The special tactical unit was a police special forces team of the Coruscant Security Force (CSF) that operated during the era of the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Special tactical units were composed of CSF police officers and Republic soldiers, and were meant to give military grade tactics and weapons to the police as a bridge between them and the military. One particular unit's goal was to fight back against the Black Sun gang, and it was placed under the command of CSF Sergeant Nidaljo. In the aftermath of the planet Coruscant's sacking and brief occupation by the Empire, chaos and near anarchy overwhelmed the already exhausted and depleted ranks of the CSF. The newly formed Black Sun gang attained sufficient armament and strength to allow them to take over several sectors of Galactic City. Nidaljo's unit was sent in to fight back against the gang. Around 3643 BBY, Nidaljo's unit was involved in a raid on the Black Sun Headquarters, during which four police officers were wounded and seven killed. However, with the assistance of a Jedi Knight, they were able to infiltrate the headquarters and kill Black Sun's leader, Salarr. (Read more…)

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Imperial Medical CorpsEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 29, 2013)

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"The Twi'lek female is my servant. Care for her as you would me."
"An alien, my lord? As I'm sure you know, Imperial medical facilities in-theater are restricted—"
"Care for her as you would me. Do you understand?"
―A Corps doctor objects to Darth Malgus' request that Eleena Daru be treated[src]

The Imperial Medical Corps was a division within the Imperial Military of the reconstituted Sith Empire that was charged with the medical treatment and care of the Imperial forces—though like much of the Empire, the Corps discriminated against those who were not Human or pureblood Sith. The division was deployed on both active battlefields and conquered planets, and the Corps fell under the jurisdiction of the Sphere of Biotic Science and the member of the Empire's ruling Dark Council who controlled that Sphere of Influence within the Empire. (Read more…)

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PrudyEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 29, 2013)

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"You look terrific, Prudy. Have you lost weight? Love the new hairstyle."
"Two years without so much as a holo, and that's all you can say? You abandoned me at our wedding!"
―Doc and Prudy[src]

Prudy was a female Lethan Twi'lek from the planet Coruscant who worked as a doctor during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. She became engaged to a fellow doctor named Archiban Kimble on the planet Ord Mantell in 3644 BBY, but Kimble—better known as Doc—ended their relationship just before their wedding and left her with the refugee hospital he had bought for her on Alderaan. Two years later, Prudy was kidnapped by a group of criminals so they could blackmail Doc into delivering a shipment of valuable spice that he had failed to give them, and the gangsters burned her hospital to the ground before she was rescued. (Read more…)

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FeravEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 12, 2013)

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"Don't worry about me. Get rid of Lord Pompous here."
―Kira Carsen, about Ferav[src]

Ferav was a Human male Sith Inquisitor who served the Sith Empire during the Cold War with the Galactic Republic. A servant of the Sith Lord Darth Angral, Ferav accompanied Angral to the Ord Mantell Orbital Station in 3643 BBY to interrogate the Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen as to the whereabouts of her master, the Jedi Knight who killed Angral's son Tarnis. When Angral's other retainers departed to the planet Corellia, Ferav remained behind with Carsen as his captive while waiting for a shuttle to the Imperial capital Dromund Kaas, and the Inquisitor was surprised when the Knight arrived on the space station not long afterwards. However, Ferav and his Imperial soldiers were unable to defeat the Knight in battle, and the Sith was cut down along with his men. (Read more…)

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Unidentified Human Emperor's Voice (3678 BBY)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 14, 2013)

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"I see through her eyes. My apprentice dreams of her past under the light of a red sun."
―The Emperor, speaking through his Voice[src]

A Human male was used by the Sith Emperor as his Voice, or host body, during the early years of the Great Galactic War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. Through the Human, the Emperor oversaw the creation of the agents known as the Children of the Emperor and ordered the Empire's ruling Dark Council to hunt down his traitorous Sith apprentice Exal Kressh, though the Human was eventually replaced by the time of the subsequent Cold War. (Read more…)

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Ritual of NathemaEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 17, 2013)

"Every man, woman, and child on Nathema died that day. Every beast, bird, and fish; all the insects and plants; every living being touched by the Force was consumed. When the ritual ended, Nathema was no longer a world. It was a husk sucked dry. Lord Vitiate sacrificed millions, stealing their life force to make himself immortal."
―Darth Nyriss[src]

The Ritual of Nathema was the name given by historians of the reconstituted Sith Empire to the event in 4999 BBY, in which the Sith Lord Vitiate performed a dark ritual that stripped the Force itself from the entire planet of Nathema. While Imperial historians saw it as one of the greatest achievements in the history of the Old Sith Empire, the Ritual was actually the result of Vitiate's mental enslavement of over eight thousand Sith Lords. He forced them to participate in the Sith magic that killed every living thing on Nathema and rendered himself immortal. (Read more…)

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Attack on an Imperial outpostEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 20, 2013)

"We were outmanned and outgunned, but we achieved our objective, freed all the POWs, and came out alive."
―Sergeant Rusk[src]

During the later years of the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, a squad of troopers from the Republic Military attacked an Imperial outpost in order to rescue prisoners of war. However, the squad's intelligence about the enemy numbers was incorrect, and Sergeant Fideltin Rusk was forced to lead his unit in a fight against a numerically superior opponent. Despite the odds, the squad successfully rescued the prisoners and escaped with no casualties. (Read more…)

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Suudaa Nem'ro's diseaseEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 18, 2013)

"My friend's old employer is a Hutt Cartel boss named Nem'ro. He's infected with an incurable disease. It's eating him alive—literally."
―Doc[src]

During the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the Hutt Suudaa Nem'ro became infected with a disease that slowly dissolved his biological tissue. Nem'ro was cured by the xenopathologist Archiban Kimble, who had studied the disease while in medical school and was able to develop a treatment using the chemicals ardanium, accellerite, and cyanogen silicate. However, the Houk bounty hunter Skadge killed Nem'ro before reporters from the Journal of Xenomedicine could verify Doc's achievement. (Read more…)

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Cassa HunEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 20, 2013)

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«I am Master Cassa. Two paths lay before you. Choose carefully, for once you start down one, the other is forever closed.»
―Cassa Hun[src]

Cassa Hun was a male Twi'lek Jedi Master who served the Jedi Order and the Galactic Republic during the Cold War with the Sith Empire. During his time on the Republic Navy staging area of Carrick Station and the Republic capital planet of Coruscant, Hun trained young Jedi Knights to become either Jedi Sentinels or Jedi Guardians. (Read more…)

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Attack on the Shock Drum FacilityEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 24, 2013)

"Have you come to protect the Shock Drum like Master Kiwiiks?"
"What happened to her?"
"She defended us against Imperial soldiers led by a Sith. She fought bravely, but the Sith was stronger."
―Hare'en and Kira Carsen[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's personal war of vengeance against the Galactic Republic and the Jedi Order for the death of his son, Tarnis, Angral's apprentice, Lord Praven, attacked the Shock Drum Facility on the planet Tatooine with the support of a complement of Imperial soldiers. The facility, which hosted the Republic research team working on the Shock Drum superweapon, was defended by a host of security droids and the Jedi Master Bela Kiwiiks, and Kiwiiks defeated many of the Imperial attackers before Praven engaged her in battle. The Sith pureblood defeated Kiwiiks in their duel and destroyed the remaining security droids before departing the compound with the Shock Drum prototype and an unconscious Kiwiiks as his prisoner. (Read more…)

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Kidnapping of Doctor TarnisEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 28, 2013)

"While you were gone, kidnappers grabbed Doctor Tarnis."
―Agent Galen[src]

In 3643 BBY, near the end of the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the undercover Sith Lord Tarnis arranged for the kidnapping of his Republic scientist alter ego Eli Tarnis by the Black Sun criminal syndicate. With Tarnis's inside information, the criminal Zeer and his team infiltrated the Senate Building on the Republic capital of Coruscant and retrieved the doctor in the heavily-guarded structure. While Zeer and his men served as a distraction by barricading themselves in Docking Bay 84 of the nearby Coruscant Spaceport, Tarnis then escaped to the territory of his allies in the paramilitary Justicars' Brigade and continued his plans to acquire the Planet Prison superweapon. (Read more…)

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Mission to the OppressorEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 2, 2013)

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"Assaulting my cruiser alone. Very careless of you, Orgus Din."
―Darth Angral[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the Jedi Master Orgus Din infiltrated the Oppressor, the warship of the Sith Lord Darth Angral, on the edges of the Alderaan system. Din intended to eliminate the Sith, who was waging war on the Republic as a result of his son, Tarnis's, death at the hands of Din's former apprentice, but the Jedi was captured by the starship's security forces and brought before Angral. The Sith Lord killed the Jedi, broadcasting the execution live on the HoloNet, and then jettisoned Din's body into space before departing the star system. However, Din planted a homing beacon on the Oppressor before his death, allowing the Republic to track the vessel to the Uphrades system. (Read more…)

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JonkanEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 5, 2013)

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"We've been such fools. Tarnis—he's a Sith!"
―Jonkan[src]

Jonkan was a Human male scientist who worked on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War with the Sith Empire. A member of the Republic superweapon initiative, a weapons development project, Jonkan was a member of the design team for the Planet Prison superweapon, but his superior, Doctor Tarnis, betrayed and killed the rest of the team before stealing the weapon. While Jonkan survived the attack by Tarnis, who was actually a Sith Lord, the mortally-wounded scientist managed to help a Jedi Knight track down Tarnis before his death. (Read more…)

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ValisEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 8, 2013)

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"She's a Child of the Emperor, like me. And it's time she returned to our father's warm embrace."
―Valis[src]

Valis was a Human male Child of the Emperor, an agent of the Sith Emperor's will. Born during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, and raised at the Sith Academy on the planet Korriban, Valis was a loyal servant of the Emperor. During the tense Cold War, he was ordered to retrieve the former Child Kira Carsen when the Emperor became aware of her continued existence. Posing as the Imperial Admiral Hacklin, Valis lured Carsen, now a Jedi Padawan, and her Master to a mining facility in the Unknown Regions, but his attempt to capture Carsen resulted in a duel that ended with his death. (Read more…)

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Battle of Dromund Kaas (Galactic War)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 14, 2013)

"If you defeat the Emperor, whatever sacrifices are required will not be in vain."
―Grand Master Satele Shan[src]

During the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Grand Master Satele Shan of the Jedi Order led a Republic invasion fleet in an attack on the Imperial capital world of Dromund Kaas in 3641 BBY. The battle was actually a diversion for a more important mission: While the Republic Navy drew the planet's attention away from the surface, the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython infiltrated the Imperial capital and confronted the Sith Emperor. The Republic Navy engaged the First Defense Fleet of the Imperial Navy in an unwinnable battle until the Grand Master received word that the Emperor had fallen to the Knight's blade, allowing the Republic fleet to withdraw to the Core Worlds.

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Raid on the Migrant Merchants' Guild warehouseEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 17, 2013)

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«Hang on… you're after those data files I lifted? I knew I should have charged more for that heist!»
―Vistis Garn, upon learning why the Knight was pursuing him[src]

Near the end of the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, a Jedi Knight and the astromech droid T7-O1 raided a warehouse belonging to the Migrant Merchants' Guild, a criminal syndicate that controlled the Old Galactic Market region on the Republic capital of Coruscant, in order to recover stolen weaponry and the design files for the Planet Prison superweapon. The duo confronted the team of thieves who had stolen the weapons and files from the Republic Military, and the Jedi Knight defeated the criminals and their leader, the Rodian Vistis Garn. However, the Jedi and T7-O1 learned from Garn that the files had already been sent to the Black Sun criminal syndicate, and the pair were called back to the Senate Building in order to deal with another crisis. (Read more…)

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MurtagEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 17, 2013)

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"There's no more squad. We're all that's left!"
―Murtag[src]

Murtag was a Human male private who fought in the Republic Military's 301st Infantry during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Stationed on the planet Hoth in a squad under the command of Sergeant Fideltin Rusk, Murtag joined his unit in recovering Imperial survey maps of the nearby Starship Graveyard region in order to aid several Jedi Knights in their covert mission on Hoth, but the squad was pursued by the Imperials and pinned down in a firefight in an abandoned outpost. Severely wounded by the exploding probe droids that the Imperials were using to attack his squad, Murtag was the only survivor of the fight other than Rusk, and the pair escaped from the Imperials with help from the Jedi known as the Hero of Tython. (Read more…)

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Unidentified Human Emperor's Voice (Galactic War)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 20, 2013)

BigBadSithEmperor
"I will not be contained. I cannot be redeemed. Death is all that remains, and you will not kill me."
―The Emperor, speaking through his Voice[src]

A Human male was utilized by the Sith Emperor of the Sith Empire as the Emperor's Voice, the host of the Sith ruler's immortal essence, during the Galactic War with the Galactic Republic. After the death of his previous Voice, the Emperor transferred his consciousness to the Human and gathered his strength on the Imperial capital planet of Dromund Kaas, preparing to perform the ritual of Sith magic that would allow him to consume all life in the galaxy. However, the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython foiled his agent's attempts to start the ritual, and the Emperor used the Voice to battle the Jedi when the Knight confronted the Sith in the depths of the Dark Temple on Dromund Kaas—a battle that ended with the Voice's death. (Read more…)

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Sith Emperor's ritualEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 15, 2013)

"But the ritual was not confined to the doomed Sith Lords. They were but the eye of the storm; the center of a vortex that spread across the entire planet. Every man, woman, and child on Nathema died that day. Every beast, bird, and fish; all the insects and plants; every living being touched by the Force was consumed. When the ritual ended, Nathema was no longer a world. It was a husk sucked dry. Lord Vitiate sacrificed millions, stealing their life force to make himself immortal. Their deaths also made him stronger than any Sith who had come before, and he ceased to be known as Lord Vitiate. On that day, the Emperor was truly born."
Darth Nyriss[src]

During the time of the Great Hyperspace War, the Sith Lord Vitiate developed a ritual of Sith magic that granted him immortality and immense strength in the Force. Using the strength of eight thousand Sith Lords to power the Sith magic, Vitiate was able to strip the Force itself from the planet Nathema at the expense of every living thing on the world, and as the Sith Emperor of the reconstituted Sith Empire, he later developed an artificial version of the ritual by combining it with Sith alchemy and cybernetics. With the Sith magic, the Emperor was able to grant immortality to his favored servants, and he intended to use the ritual on a galactic scale in order to consume all life in the galaxy and thereby ensure that he would never be defeated. However, the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython prevented the Emperor's agents from bringing about the sacrifice of thousands of lives that was necessary to start the ritual. (Read more…)

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Tala-Reh's husbandEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 17, 2013)

"Behold the patron of glory! Eyes afire with righteous might; skin bathed in the warm blood of the enemy—witness the glory and blazing fury!
His wrath rains down like fire from above. Bodies encircle him like a pyre. His hand never falters; his courage never wanes as the hordes overwhelm him.
His last thoughts turn to his true love. He feels no fear. No pain. The chill of death cannot cool his passion. The hero burns eternal.
"
―A poem celebrating Tala-Reh's husband[src]

A male Voss was the husband of the Voss Tala-Reh and a member of his species' commandos before the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Native to the planet Voss, Tala-Reh's husband was sent by the Voss Mystic Valen-Da on a suicide mission to confront Jokull, the king of the hostile Gormak species. Knowing that he would meet his own death in the process, the commando challenged Jokull to a duel, and the Voss defeated twenty of the hundred Gormak warriors sent to kill him before he himself fell in battle. The commando's death greatly inspired the Voss people, and many celebratory songs and poems were written in his honor. (Read more…)

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C2-N2 (Hero of Tython)Edit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 17, 2013)

Hero C2
"I am Seetoo Enntoo, steward of this vessel. It is my extreme good fortune to serve you."
―C2-N2[src]

C2-N2, also known as Seetoo Enntoo, was a C2-N2, a model of the C2-series factotum droid, owned by the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython. Assigned to the Hero's Defender-class light corvette as its steward in 3643 BBY, C2-N2 was responsible for maintaining the starship and ensuring that the Jedi's crew remained comfortable. He served aboard the Defender-class corvette for the next several years, caring for the Jedi and the ship's crew as they participated in the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. (Read more…)

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MaterrusEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 18, 2013)

Materrus
"These Jedi relics are remarkably well preserved, Captain. Quite worth your ridiculous asking price."
―Materrus[src]

Materrus was a male Sith who served the Sith Lord Darth Angral of the resurgent Sith Empire during the Cold War with the Galactic Republic. In 3643 BBY, Angral sent Materrus to the planet Taris to purchase a shipment of Jedi relics from the Death's Claw pirate organization. (Read more…)

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ArdaniumEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 27, 2013)

"The main ingredients are cyanogen silicate, ardanium and accellerite, but don't worry—I'm already mixing the solution and we're all still alive."
―Archiban Kimble[src]

Ardanium was a mineral that grew stronger in the presence of radiation, making it incredibly useful in the construction of fuel cells for large starships. Ardanium also had medical applications, but the material's primary use in fuel cells made it highly valuable. The discovery of an ardanium reserve on the planet of Questal around 3 BBY led to the Ardanium Rush, in which thousands of entrepreneurs and miners traveled to Questal in search of the mineral. (Read more…)

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Special Forces black ops programEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 28, 2013)

"General Garza recruited them into the Special Forces black ops program, but now they're in a detention facility on Berrun—convicted of war crimes."
―Sergeant Rusk, on the Surgeons[src]

The Special Forces black ops program was a division of the Republic Army's Special Forces Division that performed covert military operations during the Great Galactic War and subsequent Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Overseen by General Elin Garza, the head of the Special Forces Division, black ops carried out missions that were deemed illegal or unsuitable for standard Special Forces units. One black ops unit, a squad named the Surgeons, was charged with assassinating enemy leaders, though its members were arrested and convicted of war crimes when they began pursuing the families of their assigned targets. (Read more…)

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YilsEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 8, 2013)

Yils
"Back against the wall and put your hands up. This is your final warning!"
―Yils[src]

Yils was a Human male who served the noble House Alde as a guard captain during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. A native of the planet Alderaan, Yils was assigned to the Alde embassy on the grounds of Castle Organa, the palace of fellow Galactic Republic ally House of Organa, but he failed to prevent the death of Count Alde in the embassy when the noble was targeted by the superweapon known as the Death Mark laser. Yils attempted to arrest the bystanders, a Jedi Knight and a Mirialan woman named Aleyna Hark, but was convinced to allow the Jedi to depart. (Read more…)

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Devastation of UphradesEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 9, 2013)

Uphrades
"All that life extinguished… It's unthinkable."
―Kira Carsen[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, the Sith Lord Darth Angral devastated the planet Uphrades using the Desolator superweapon. The penultimate event of his campaign of vengeance against the Republic and the Jedi Order for the death of his son, Tarnis, Angral's attack on the agriworld of Uphrades was a way to test his newly-constructed weapon before using it to attack Tython, the homeworld of the Jedi. The Desolator weapon ravaged Uphrades' surface and atmosphere, killing millions of civilians, and before departing for the Tython system, Angral dispatched a boarding team to destroy the medical frigate Daybreaker in order to eliminate any witnesses (Read more…)

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Laeras-WuEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 20, 2013)

Laeras-Wu
"End your slaughter. We will not harm you."
―Laeras-Wu[src]

Laeras-Wu was a male Voss who lived on the planet of the same name well before the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. A Force-sensitive Mystic, Laeras-Wu died sometime before 3641 BBY, and his spirit remained within the Shrine of Healing on Voss alongside fellow Mystics Shanatka-Lo and Hanar-Ye to teach Force rituals to other Mystics and healers. Laeras-Wu, Hanar-Ye, and Shanatka-Lo taught the Sith Lord Fulminiss a healing ritual at the request of the Mystic Valen-Da, and though Fulminiss corrupted the ritual with the dark side of the Force, the three spirits remained confident in the wisdom of their fellow Mystic. (Read more…)

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Unidentified Child of the EmperorEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 24, 2013)

Unidentified Child of the Emperor
"We are Children of the Emperor, like her. We understand what it means to be severed from him."
―Tannac, about himself and his fellow Children[src]

A Human male was a Child of the Emperor, an agent of the Sith Emperor of the reconstituted Sith Empire, during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Going underground with his fellow Child Tannac after the supposed death of the Emperor, the Child accompanied Tannac to the planet Voss to retrieve their crazed sibling Suri and help her block out the wounded Emperor's mental commands. (Read more…)

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House Alde embassyEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on September 28, 2013)

House Alde embassy out
"You'll find Count Alde at the embassy near Organa Palace."
―General Var Suthra[src]

The Alderaanian noble family House Alde maintained an embassy on the grounds of Castle Organa, the ancestral home of fellow Republic ally House of Organa on the planet Alderaan, during the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire. In 3643 BBY, the Imperial spy Aleyna Hark infiltrated the embassy and tagged Count Alde with the targeting device for the Death Mark laser, a weapons satellite in orbit of Alderaan, and the Death Mark's orbital laser killed the Count while he was still inside the structure. After the death of the Count, the embassy's guards closed the building to the public. (Read more…)

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Cyanogen silicateEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on October 4, 2013)

"Do you know what this is, Korsin?"
"Cyanogen silicate?"
―Seelah and Yaru Korsin[src]

Cyanogen silicate was a chemical compound utilized in medicine by doctors and healers of both the Galactic Republic and the Old Sith Empire. The Sith species' Massassi warrior caste used the compound as a powerful cauterizing agent, and the Human Seelah Korsin framed Ravilan Wroth and his fellow Sith for the deaths of hundreds of the native Keshiri on the planet Kesh whom she had poisoned with cyanogen silicate. Over a thousand years later, the xenopathologist Archiban Kimble used cyanogen silicate as part of his cure for a flesh-eating disease. (Read more…)

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Strategic CommandEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on October 8, 2013)

Strategic Command
"I'll brief you at the Senate tower. Galen out."
―Agent Galen[src]

Strategic Command was a command center located in the Senate Building on the planet Coruscant during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Strategic Command was utilized by a branch of the Strategic Information Service, the Republic's primary intelligence agency, during the crisis involving the stolen Planet Prison superweapon in 3643 BBY. (Read more…)

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Mission to the Justicars' SectorEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on October 26, 2013)

Research Team
"Tarnis will use the Planet Prison against Coruscant. He could trap us here forever. Paralyze the Republic by holding us hostage. You're our only hope of stopping that."
―General Var Suthra[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, a young Jedi Knight and the Padawan Kira Carsen embarked on a mission to the heart of the Justicars' Sector, the territory of the paramilitary Justicars' Brigade on the Republic capital planet of Coruscant. The Jedi's goal was to retrieve the Planet Prison, a Republic superweapon that had been stolen by the scientists on the project at the behest of their leader, Doctor Tarnis. However, the scientists were unaware that Tarnis was, in fact, a Sith Lord. The Sith had killed the research team and stolen the Planet Prison by the time the Knight and Carsen reached the Justicars' Tower, where they had traced an earlier transmission by Tarnis. The only surviving member of the team, a fatally wounded man named Jonkan, helped the two Jedi locate the Planet Prison in the depths of the Jedi Temple. The Jedi subsequently pursued Tarnis and defeated him in a duel before deactivating the weapon and thwarting the Sith's plan to use it against the Republic capital. (Read more…)

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LassicarEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on November 3, 2013)

Lassicar
"There will be no compromise. You will surrender, or die."
―Lassicar[src]

Lassicar was a Human male who served as an Imperial Guard of the resurgent Sith Empire during the Great Galactic War, Cold War, and Galactic War. Born on the planet Begeren, Lassicar killed his own parents when he discovered they were part of a terrorist cell, and he was recruited into the Imperial Guard not long afterward. A legendary Guardsman with a fearsome reputation, Lassicar was sent by the Sith Emperor himself to stop the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython from retrieving the plans for the Emperor's space station on the planet Hoth. However, Lassicar's attempts to trap the Jedi failed, and the Guardsman was killed along with his elite shock troopers in a battle with the Knight in the wreck of the Star of Coruscant superdreadnaught. (Read more…)

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Alec EfranEdit

(Taken to GA by Coruscantfan on November 6, 2013)

AlecEfran
"Jedi! Welcome—welcome to the, uh, old Galactic Market, uh, sir."
―Alec Efran[src]

Alec Efran was a Human male who served as a police officer with the Coruscant Security Force during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Around 3643 BBY, Efran arrested a Gand criminal who was wanted for questioning by the Jedi Order for the theft of the Noetikon of Science, a special holocron. Efran held the Gand until the arrival of the Jedi Consular Barsen'thor. (Read more…)

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RikdineEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 19, 2013)

Rikdine
"I want those shield generators online yesterday! Move it, privates!"
―Rikdine[src]

Rikdine was a Human male captain in the Republic Military who fought in the Battle of Corellia during the Galactic War with the Sith Empire. He served as a liaison between the Jedi Order and the Republic's forces on the planet, coordinating the arrival of Jedi reinforcements for the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython—the new Supreme Commander of Jedi forces on Corellia. (Read more…)

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FlatcakeEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 26, 2013)

Trandoshani flatcakes
"That's the way the flatcake crumbles."
―A common saying during the Cold War[src]

A flatcake, or flat cake, was a flat, circular food that was common in the Galactic Republic and came in a number of varieties, such as the popular Trandoshani flatcake. Edible to a variety of species, flatcakes were the subject of some popular sayings or insults and were a common food throughout various periods of galactic history, such as the Mandalorian Wars, Cold War, Clone Wars, and Galactic Civil War. (Read more…)

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Battle in the Resettlement Zone laboratoryEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on December 27, 2013)

Godera lab raid
"Despite what General Var Suthra believes, I've known about this outpost for some time. Your imminent arrival forced me to take action. My mission is to protect the Empire from Doctor Godera's weapons. I'm afraid I can't let you have him."
―Watcher One[src]

Near the end of the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Imperial Military forces under the command of Watcher One attacked a laboratory of the scientist Doctor Nasan Godera in the Republic Resettlement Zone on Taris. Watcher One, an operative of Imperial Intelligence, was searching for Godera and was successful in using the facility to triangulate Godera's location, though after he departed the Imperial soldiers were killed when a young Jedi Knight and a companion arrived at the lab in search of Godera. Watcher One deployed troopers and battle droids equipped with stealth field generators to take the Knight by surprise, but the Jedi emerged victorious and continued the race to locate Godera.(Read more…)

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Battle in the Brell Sediment laboratoryEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on January 11, 2014)

RE-M0 gets shot
"Not my finest performance, but serviceable."
―Watcher One, on his deception[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's campaign of vengeance against the Galactic Republic for the death of his son, Tarnis, a battle occurred in one of the brilliant Doctor Nasan Godera's laboratories on the planet Taris. A young Jedi Knight attacked the Imperial soldiers occupying the facility in an effort to locate Godera and extract him from Taris, but an elaborate ploy by Watcher One of Imperial Intelligence allowed the Imperial operative to escape with Godera while the Knight battled the remaining Imperials. While Watcher One ferried Godera away to his base, his operatives tried to deceive the Jedi into believing that Godera was dead, but Godera's droid assistant RE-M0 proved otherwise. Their ruse exposed, the Imperials attacked the Jedi Knight, and, after the battle, Watcher One made a deal with the victorious Jedi to secure time to interrogate Godera for his scientific knowledge. (Read more…)

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Operation FirestormEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 8, 2014)

Firestorm Laserr
"I never said the plan was foolproof. You're a Jedi. Fly recklessly."
―Doctor Godera[src]

Operation Firestorm was a military operation orchestrated by the Sith Empire in 3641 BBY during the Battle of Corellia against the Galactic Republic. On the orders of the corrupted Jedi Master Tol Braga, who was working to ensure that the Sith Emperor received the necessary sacrifice of millions in order to start a dark ritual, teams of Sith and Imperial soldiers captured a number of buildings in the Axial Park district of Corellia's capital, Coronet City. In the headquarters of Gowix Corporation, the Korvalus Tower, and the Tyrelli Habitat, the Sith set up weapons known as Firestorm Turbolasers so they could turn Axial Park into a veritable inferno. However, the Jedi Knight known as the Hero of Tython used an Imperial assault shuttle to infiltrate the buildings and defeat the Sith before they could use the weapons, and the Jedi used modified proton torpedoes as explosive charges to ensure that the Turbolasers would not pose a further threat. (Read more…)

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Shanatka-LoEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on November 11, 2013)

Shanatka-Lo
"The Mystics are never wrong."
―Shanatka-Lo[src]

Shanatka-Lo was a female Voss who lived on the planet of the same name well before the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. A Force-sensitive Mystic, Shanatko-Lo died sometime before 3641 BBY, and her ghost remained within the Shrine of Healing on her homeworld alongside the spirits of fellow Mystics Laeras-Wu and Hanar-Ye to teach Force rituals to other Mystics and healers. Shanatka-Lo and the others taught the Sith Lord Fulminiss a healing ritual at the request of the Mystic Valen-Da, and though Fulminiss corrupted the ritual with the dark side of the Force, the three dead Mystics remained confident in the wisdom of their fellow Mystic. (Read more…)

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Corellian Science MuseumEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 8, 2014)

Corellian Science Museum
"Honestly, who's going to target a science museum? Besides, the general's best men are guarding me."
―Doctor Godera[src]

The Corellian Science Museum was a museum located in Axial Park, a district of Coronet City, the capital of the planet Corellia. In 3641 BBY, during the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire, Colonel Brint of the Republic Military set up a base in the museum during the Battle of Corellia, and the Republic scientific adviser Doctor Nasan Godera maintained a lab in the museum. However, during the conflict, the museum was attacked by Imperial forces, who killed most of the Republic forces stationed at the museum, including Godera. (Read more…)

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Hanar-YeEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 9, 2014)

Hanar-Ye
"We taught Fulminiss the healing ritual. He perverted it."
"Corrupted, it rips open the mind. Violence and slaughter are unleashed."
―Hanar-Ye and Laeras-Wu[src]

Hanar-Ye was a male Voss who lived on the planet of the same name well before the Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. One of the Force-sensitive Mystics of his species, Hanar-Ye died sometime before 3641 BBY, and his spirit remained within the Shrine of Healing on Voss alongside fellow Mystics Shanatka-Lo and Laeras-Wu to teach Force rituals to other Mystics and healers. The three Mystics' spirits taught the Sith Lord Fulminiss a healing ritual at the request of the Mystic Valen-Da, and though Fulminiss corrupted the ritual with the dark side of the Force, the three spirits remained confident in the wisdom of their fellow Mystic. (Read more…)

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DeferenceEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 12, 2014)

Pythar-class
"This is the scientist's vessel. And look what I found hiding under a dead Imperial officer…"
―Leeha Narezz, after searching the Deference and finding Urrisov[src]

The Deference was a Pythar-class Imperial shuttlecraft that belonged to a scientist of the Sith Empire during the Great Galactic War between the Empire and the Galactic Republic. In 3665 BBY, the Deference was shot down during the Battle of Hoth and crashed into the icy surface of the planet Hoth, and the shuttle remained buried in a cave system for decades. During the subsequent Galactic War between the Empire and the Republic, the Deference was the subject of a Jedi mission to recover information from the shuttle's databanks. (Read more…)

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Czerka asteroid mining facilityEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 13, 2014)

Czerka Mining Facility
"Admiral Hacklin's expecting you two—and no one else. I told him to wait for you at an old asteroid mining facility."
―General Var Suthra[src]

An asteroid mining facility in the Unknown Regions once conducted a thriving ore-processing industry, but Czerka Corporation withdrew funding and support of the facility sometime before the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. The facility, which was built into an asteroid, was abandoned until the year 3643 BBY, when the Sith Valis attempted to capture the Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen at the facility and was defeated by Carsen and her Master. (Read more…)

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NajaEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 23, 2014)

"Karsim, Naja, Eckerd… that whole squad has simply vanished."
―Sergeant Rusk[src]

Naja was a soldier who served in the Republic Army during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Naja was later recruited into a black ops program run by the Army's Republic Special Forces Division, becoming a member of the assassination squad known as the Surgeons. However, the squad was eventually convicted of war crimes and imprisoned on the planet Berrun after it started hunting the families of enemy targets. (Read more…)

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Northern WindfarmEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 27, 2014)

Northern Windfarm
"The Geonosians Fuse mentioned—a big gang of them—moved into an abandoned town nearly two months ago."
Oleg Klerren[src]

The Northern Windfarm was a windfarm in the northern Jundland Wastes on the planet Tatooine during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. The windfarm was overrun by members of the Geonosian species during the Cold War, causing the facility to fall into disrepair, and the Geonosians were employed by the Sith Empire to construct droid-borne bombs. (Read more…)

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Duel in the Lake Brell colony bunkerEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on February 27, 2014)

Colony duel
"My pets are ready to play. Are you?"
―Rora Seake[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's campaign of vengeance against the Galactic Republic for the death of his son, Tarnis, a duel occurred in a Republic colony on the planet Taris between the Sith assassin Rora Seake and a young Jedi Knight. Seake had been sent to wipe out the Republic colony, but the Jedi Knight learned of Seake's mission from the Imperial operative Watcher One as part of a bargain the agent made with the Jedi. The Knight was too late to evacuate the colony before Seake's arrival, but the Jedi and a companion were able to kill the assassin and the two jurgoran pets she used as war beasts, saving the colonists from execution. (Read more…)

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Raid on the Imperial Intelligence OutpostEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on March 8, 2014)

Watcher One and Angral
"I apologize for reneging on our deal, but I have orders. You understand. I recommend you surrender."
―Watcher One[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's campaign of vengeance against the Galactic Republic for the death of his son, Tarnis, a young Jedi Knight raided the Imperial Intelligence Outpost in the depths of the ruined Transport Station 5 on the planet Taris. The Jedi Knight and a companion sought to rescue the Republic scientist Doctor Nasan Godera, who had been captured by Watcher One, an agent of Imperial Intelligence. The duo were too late to prevent Watcher One from using a truth serum on Godera to interrogate him about his work on superweapons, and Angral ordered the operative to capture the Jedi—the same Jedi who was responsible for Tarnis's death. Watcher One was defeated, however, and the Knight allowed the man to depart Taris and go into hiding, while the Jedi returned Godera to Republic custody. (Read more…)

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Duel at the Czerka mining facilityEdit

(Taken to GA byCade Calrayn on April 5, 2014)

Valis blocks Kira
"Your Padawan isn't who you think. She's no Jedi. She's a Child of the Emperor, like me. And it's time she returned to our father's warm embrace."
―Valis[src]

During the Desolator crisis of 3643 BBY, the Sith Valis lured the Jedi Padawan Kira Carsen and her master to an abandoned mining facility in the Outer Rim, forcing a duel between them. Valis was a Child of the Emperor—an agent of the Sith Emperor's will—and, on the orders of his "father," sought to bring the former Child Carsen back into the fold. Believing that they were meeting Admiral Hacklin of the Sith Empire to negotiate his defection, Carsen and her Jedi Knight teacher traveled to the station, but instead found Valis, and he was killed in the fight that followed. As a result of the duel, Carsen revealed her past to both her master and the Jedi Council, giving the Jedi Order concrete evidence about the existence of the Children. (Read more…)

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Unidentified criminal gangEdit

(Taken to GA byCade Calrayn on April 5, 2014)

"Couple of years back, I scammed this gang for a bulk-load of credits. Spent everything to set up a refugee hospital on Alderaan."
―Archiban Kimble[src]

A criminal gang was active during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Its members sought revenge against the combat medic Archiban Kimble after he scammed the group out of a large sum of credits in exchange for a shipment of spice that he never delivered. They kidnapped his former fiancé, Prudy, and Kimble was forced to rescue her with the help of the Republic Customs Office. (Read more…)

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EseniEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 14, 2014)

Eseni
"Matriarch! Flesh Raiders broke through our defenses. They did something to our crop fields!"
―Eseni[src]

Eseni was a Lethan Twi'lek female who was a member of the religious group known as the Pilgrims during the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire. She settled on the planet Tython with the rest of the Pilgrims, and, during a conflict with the native Flesh Raiders, Eseni and a number of villagers attempted to betray the Jedi Order to the Flesh Raiders' leader, the Dark Jedi Bengel Morr. Under threat from Morr, Eseni and several other Pilgrims tried to kill a young Padawan who had saved the village's crop fields from Flesh Raider sabotage, but the Jedi mind-tricked them and ended the standoff without violence. (Read more…)

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SaylewEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on April 16, 2014)

Saylew
"She died in my arms. You should've seen what those filth did to her."
―Saylew[src]

Saylew was a Rutian Twi'lek male who was a member of the religious group known as the Pilgrims during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Along with his wife, Saylew settled in Kalikori village on the planet Tython. In 3643 BBY, during a conflict with Tython's native Flesh Raiders, Saylew's wife was killed in an attack on the village, and an enraged Saylew sought vengeance on the Jedi Order for not helping the villagers—going so far as to betray the Jedi to the Flesh Raiders' leader, the Dark Jedi Bengel Morr. However, the villagers' betrayal was ultimately for naught, as Morr was defeated. (Read more…)

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EckerdEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 4, 2014)

"Karsim, Naja, Eckerd… that whole squad has simply vanished."
―Sergeant Rusk[src]

Eckerd was a soldier who served in the Republic Army during the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Eckerd was later recruited into the black ops program of the Republic Special Forces Division as part of the assassination squad known as the Surgeons, though the squad was imprisoned by the Republic on the planet Berrun after it started hunting the families of enemy targets. (Read more…)

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Mark I Power GuardEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 11, 2014)

Mark 1
"Mark One Power Guards. Not as destructive as the later models I possess, but quick to assemble and quite malleable."
―Sadic[src]

Mark I Power Guards were the first model of soldiers augmented with the Power Guard Enhancement System, a supersoldier program developed by the Galactic Republic. When the Sith Lord Sadic acquired control of the Power Guard project in 3643 BBY, he manufactured Power Guards using refugees and wiped their minds, transforming them into mindless weapons for him to control. Mark I Power Guards were the weakest model of Power Guard but were equipped with advanced weapons and armor like later models. Several Mark I Power Guards were left to defend the Power Guard Cybernetics Lab after Sadic moved the program elsewhere, though they were no match for a young Jedi Knight who arrived not long afterward. After Sadic's defeat, the entire project was scuttled. (Read more…)

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Skirmish in the Power Guard Cybernetics LabEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 13, 2014)

Power Guard skirmish
"I promised Commander Graul he could execute you personally—and I left him a few gifts to help."
―Sadic, to the Jedi Knight[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's personal war against the Galactic Republic amid the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire, a skirmish occurred in the Power Guard Cybernetics Lab on the moon Nar Shaddaa. The Sith Lord Sadic, who had seized control of the supersoldier-producing Power Guard Project, learned that a young Jedi Knight was searching for the project, so he relocated the program to another location—but left a small group of Imperial soldiers under Commander Graul to guard the facility, along with several Mark I Power Guards. The soldiers and Power Guards were ultimately no match for the Jedi Knight, who recovered Graul's datapad after the fight and used it to track down the project. (Read more…)

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SalarrEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on May 13, 2014)

Salarr
"Can't believe it! We just took down Salarr. Black Sun won't forget that anytime soon."
―Nidaljo[src]

Salarr was a Human male criminal who held a leadership position in the Black Sun criminal syndicate during the Cold War between the Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. One of the gang's leaders on the Republic capital world of Coruscant, Salarr allied Black Sun with the Sith Lord Tarnis, who was undercover as a Republic scientist, and helped Tarnis carry out his own kidnapping in exchange for Imperial weapons and armor in 3643 BBY. However, Tarnis abandoned Salarr when the Coruscant Security Force and a young Jedi Knight attacked Black Sun's headquarters, and Salarr was killed in the firefight. (Read more…)

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Imperial Listening PostEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 6, 2014)

Imperial Listening Post
"General Var Suthra had me send a probe droid to the hyperspace data transceiver's location. I learned two things. First, it's on an island. Second, they don't like visitors there. My probe droid wound up disintegrated. Make sure that doesn't happen to you, eh?"
―Agent Ottau[src]

The Imperial Listening Post was a secret installation located on an island off the coast of Avilatan, a far larger island on the planet Ord Mantell. Built and operated by the Sith Empire, the outpost was used during the Cold War with the Galactic Republic, and the intelligence gathered by the monitoring station was used to aid the Mantellian Separatist Movement in the Separatist War against the Republic-backed government of Ord Mantell. In 3643 BBY, a young Jedi Knight and the astromech droid T7-O1 attacked the base in order to access the outpost's communications records and trace the whereabouts of the Sith Lord Darth Angral. The two were successful in their mission and eliminated dozens of Imperial troops stationed there. (Read more…)

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Raid on the SIS safe houseEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 28, 2014)

Raid on the SIS safe house
"The chief's dead. They're all dead. What were those things?"
―Diyaz[src]

In 3643 BBY, during the Sith Lord Darth Angral's personal war against the Galactic Republic amid the Cold War between the Republic and the Sith Empire, a number of Mark II Power Guards—advanced cybernetically-augmented supersoldiersattacked a safe house on the moon Nar Shaddaa. The safe house belonged to the Republic Strategic Information Service, and the Power Guards had been sent by the Sith Lord Sadic, who had tortured the location of the safe house out of SIS Agent Galen. The Power Guards killed several agents, but the arrival of a young Jedi Knight only minutes into the attack saved the lives of the remaining agents, as the Knight dispatched the Power Guards. (Read more…)

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Nae NuuvEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on June 28, 2014)

Nae Nuuv
"Nae Nuuv, former Padawan to Master Kaedan."
―Nae Nuuv[src]

Nae Nuuv was a Sullustan male who was the Padawan of Jedi Master Jaric Kaedan during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. When the subsequent Galactic War broke out between the two powers, Nuuv underwent the Jedi Trials, and his first assignment as a Jedi Knight in 3641 BBY was to aid the Republic Military in the ongoing battle on the planet Corellia. (Read more…)

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ShafuEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on July 19, 2014)

"Master Zallow = wise to let Shafu live // Shafu = useful resource // Shafu = turned undercover agent for Jedi"
―T7-O1[src]

Shafu was a Rodian male who made a career as a slaver in the years before the Great Galactic War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. However, the Jedi Master Ven Zallow tracked down Shafu and convinced him to change his ways, leading the Rodian to become Zallow's undercover agent in the criminal underworld. Near the end of the Great Galactic War, Shafu's investigations into a network of Imperial spies led to his death when his sabotaged starship exploded over the moon Nar Shaddaa. (Read more…)

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EnaqEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on August 3, 2014) [[Enaq|150px|left|link=Enaq]]

"I still remember that little girl, bundling up in extra layers of clothing. Trying to look bigger and tougher than she was."
―Enaq, about Kira Carsen[src]

Enaq was an Evocii male who lived as a refugee on the moon Nar Shaddaa during the Cold War between the Galactic Republic and the Sith Empire. Enaq befriended a young Human girl named Kira Carsen, but he and his fellow refugees suffered when Carsen's defense of her friends gave the group a formidable reputation, turning away potential aid. (Read more…)

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OttauEdit

(Taken to GA by Cade Calrayn on October 3, 2014) [[Ottau|150px|left|link=Ottau]]

"Agent Ottau, Republic SIS. Welcome to Ord Mantell. Hope you enjoy war zones, Master Jedi. This planet's full of them."
―Ottau[src]

Ottau was a Human male who worked for the Republic Strategic Information Service during the Cold War against the Sith Empire. In 3643 BBY, General Var Suthra tasked Ottau with tracing a transmission from the Sith Lord Darth Angral, which Ottau tracked to a secret Imperial listening post on the planet Ord Mantell. Ottau then passed on his reconnaissance to a Jedi Knight sent by Suthra, and the Jedi attacked the listening post, recovering valuable data. (Read more…)


Pre-WP:TOR Good ArticlesEdit

The following articles were nominated and promoted prior to the creation of WP:TOR, but should be maintained and updated nonetheless.

Article Nominator(s) Date GAN Entry Notes
Treaty of Coruscant Dark Lord Trayus 2009/4/17 Archive Undergoing updates
Femi's co-worker NaruHina 2009/4/19 Archive
Femi NaruHina 2009/4/22 Archive
Darth Malgus Grand Moff Tranner 2009/6/18 Archive Former GA
Ven Zallow Grand Moff Tranner 2009/6/18 Archive Updates required
Sacking of Coruscant Dark Lord Trayus 2009/6/28 Archive Promoted to FA
Belth Allusis QuiGonJinn 2009/11/17 Archive
Zellos Dark Lord Trayus 2010/1/20 Archive Undergoing updates
Battle of Bothawui (First; Great Galactic War) Dark Lord Trayus 2010/1/25 Archive Undergoing updates
Skirmish in the Tingel Arm Dark Lord Trayus 2010/2/5 Archive
Assault on the Aparo sector Dark Lord Trayus 2010/2/23 Archive
Battle of Korriban (Great Galactic War) Dark Lord Trayus 2010/3/12 Archive Promoted to FA
Tingel Arm campaign Dark Lord Trayus 2010/3/13 Archive Promoted to FA
Orbital Security Station Six NaruHina 2010/5/3 Archive

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