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Critical Fights in Uvena Prime

December 19, 2011

Rebels allies in the village before the combats

Reporters of Galactic News wandered in the planet Uvena Prime where the combats continued.

Uvena Prime: The last combats on Uvena Prime saw the Revenant Armada and allies pushing the rebel factions from the fortified positions they took the control at the first day, forcing them to withdraw in the mountains. The rebel force however resisted well in the hill regions, spreading their opponents, most notably after the sacrifice of the Jedi Elder Marcus Moreau.

Jarell Xaaris, leader of the Mandalorian clan Dha'oya'karir

The day before started badly for the Revenant Armada. They lost part of their mandalorians allies. The Mandalore, leader of the mandalorians, after a consulting of the chartered clan decided to support the Galactic Liberation Alliance and the Shistavanen resistance. Clans, like the Dha’oya’karir which just signed the charter, complied with this decision, quitting the Revenant lines to join the Rebel’s for the sake of the mandalorian’s unity. Jarell Xaaris, the leader of the Dha’oya’karir, supposed other resistance factions may not like the mandalorians as much, but they follow the order and are not planing to fail.

Grand Admiral Abyssus of the Revenant Armada

The Admiral Abyssus of the Revenant Armada denounced the lack of honour of the Mandalore, who agreed not so long time ago, promising he will not declare agression against the Revenant without speaking him first. According to the admiral, Mandalorians fight each other as much as they fight outsiders and some mandalorians would still follow him.

He also explained the difficulties they had to chase the attackers from the planet because the majority of his troops are spread in the Galaxy defending other systems too. Although his troops are more experienced than most of the opponents and have held until now, even if outnumbered and harassed by incursions of the many attacking factions.

The Grand Admiral also recalled he has the fire power to scorch this world and would use it “if civil obedience can not be restored.” The Armada would not likely leave a world which reject them and their Hutt allies without leaving “a deeper scar and memory of (them.)”

Revenant and allies combatants (source: Uhuro Hotara)

He said he was however confident in his troops which have already won some successes, notably killing the GLA’s great admiral.During the interview, the admiral was not underestimating the strength of the opponents and was prudent about their potential. Few days later, however, the Revenant Armada and their allies threw an assault which eliminated the Rebels defences in the ruined village they occupied and fortified since their landing. The rebellion had to withdraw their forces toward the mountains and their status is not yet well know.

Combats in the hills, the last battle of the Jedi Marcus Moreau

In the Hill aside of the central battle, they managed to hold their position after a grueling fight, which included Jedi and helping troops against Revenant and Hutt unit and backed by droids. In the heat of the fight, the weapons turned the air in a dense and poisonous fog.The Jedi Marcus Moreau meditating in the middle on the melée. At a certain point he said on a mellow tone, for his fellow Jedi “A True Jedi runs not from the will of the Force, for no one can escape their destiny. I have done my bit for the galaxy, and I finish this life to help save this planet.” and concluded “May the Force be with you all.” It was his last words. A large, brightly conflagration spread from the location where he was and encompassed the region as far as the eyes can see. The light faded out progressively, leaving the air purified from the toxins. At the place were was Master Marcus, only remained his staff.

The combatants continued the combat a few more round, but the Revenant allies finally disbanded, leaving the ground to the Jedi. Then they healed the wounded ones and mourned the former master. Later they celebrated their victory in that place.

— Daana Kira, Rkiko Lowtide

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  1. December 19, 2011 at 1:49 PM

    ((Uhuro Hotara published sereral wonderful pictures of the last combats on flickr. Thank you!))

  2. December 19, 2011 at 8:56 PM

    There is no Jedi I have ever respected more than Master Moreau. It is a shame he is gone, he was the only one to ever show what it meant to be a real Jedi and the only one to ever offer a proper challenge. the Republic has lost their only true Jedi. A shame, godspeed old friend.

    • Sha'ira
      December 19, 2011 at 9:38 PM

      You should get out more, there have been many Jedi who have stepped up to the plate and shown what a real Jedi is. Most fought along side Master Moreau on Uvena Prime.

      • December 22, 2011 at 1:05 AM

        There will never be another Jedi in your lifetime that is on the level of Marcus Moreau, nor one whom can truly be in every sense of the word, a Jedi Master, like him. Marcus Moreau was a modern Yoda or Kenobi. While others have fought valiantly, none are as worthy to be called a Jedi as Moreau was and is. With that said, just because a cause is worthy and noble doesn’t mean those that fight for it are the same. While there are a small handful of great Jedi remaining in the galaxy, and possibly one or two of them may have had the honor of fighting alongside Moreau on Uvena Prime, you don’t become a true Jedi just because you can shed blood.

  3. The Jiaasjen'ari
    December 20, 2011 at 9:16 AM

    It is an auspicious day when a Dark Lord of the Sith grieves for a Jedi Master’s passing. Let it never be Said the Sith are heartless or do not feel respect for their enemies deserving of it, or that we do not grieve when they are lost as much as we celebrate such a Victory.

  4. Shan Connell Le'Sanit
    December 20, 2011 at 6:28 PM

    I have spoken to Master Moreau once in my life, and many many times to his words via the holocron he left at Ossus. He is one with the Force, and we are lesser for our loss.

  5. Jes'tula Tor'dok
    December 21, 2011 at 11:47 PM

    That… Is quite a good photo of me. Nicely done GNN! And… Yeah. A lot of people died including that Moreau fellow… Yes… Well, as I always say, ‘Don’t dwell on the past’. Besides, made a huge profit off of this war. I bet the Jedi’s dying wishes were also for me to spend the Credits wisely, no?

  6. December 22, 2011 at 12:45 AM

    *Captain Kardel reads the article, sighing as his thoughts are confirmed. Despite deserting the order to take up piracy, sometimes the jedi knight within him can be felt, even if just for a moment. Clearly, he’s mourning in his own way.*

    ” The force isn’t known to be a liar, and what I’ve felt is confirmed. The galaxy has lost two of its greatest figures in modern history. I can’t feel Master Moreau or Lord Novo in the force anymore. Marcus Moreau will forever be remembered as one of the greatest, wisest, kindest, and most respected Jedi and individuals of all time. I suppose I could say the same about Lord Novo (scratching the Jedi part). They’ve left an impact on the galaxy, its inhabitants, and the force itself that won’t soon be forgotten. ”

    (( Why exactly was the character killed off? To me, the Marcus Moreau character was like SWRP’s Siddhartha Gautama. ))

    • Arasha Kata
      December 22, 2011 at 9:11 AM

      ((maybe to create another character? i dunno…))

    • Darth Novo
      December 23, 2011 at 7:01 AM

      ((Marcus is, like myself, sick of the drama and OOC bullshit rife in SWRP these days and has decided to bow out after spending literally years trying to fix a perpetually broken community rather than face a mental breakdown caused by certain people.

      Good going guys (you ALL know who you are) – you’ve successfully forced the longest-serving Jedi in SL to quit. This is a sad day for SWRP and to me at least signals the beginning of the final death-throes of the community.))

      • Arasha Kata
        December 23, 2011 at 8:14 AM

        (( *sad face* now i feel like shit that the only time i was able to rp with him was with Jalack bellowing and ruining the moment :/))

      • December 24, 2011 at 2:07 AM

        (( And I very much appreciate you, Novo, who ought to know better than anyone else, CREATING drama here out of an event that went, overall, very well and very drama free. Bravo. ))

      • December 24, 2011 at 8:04 AM

        ((I usually don’t keep such comments, although I made an exception as coming from an elder of the community. Hopefully it will not degenerate. Anyway, before he logs from Uvena Prime, Marcus telling he’ll be less often available for SL, thanked everybody adding this last event was one of his best time in SWRP this last years.))

      • December 25, 2011 at 3:35 PM

        (okay time for a history lesson, First off the problem Swrp here and everywhere even with that new game in time, is those of us who role play aka as in a character we act as in a play, and the others who I have seen in all rps is those who are real play players, these are those who take everything as personal. Attacks are to them real life, not acting and so you get the drama, I have seen this even in the old table top swrp. which I started over 20 years ago. Now yes i am dateing my age so big deal. Now up till 2001 all info on roleplaying sith was totaly and only belonged to the GM of the rp, No and I mean No player could be anything Dark Side. That changed for the better in 2001. Now till those who are real play players figure out to drop feeling everything is a personal attack on themselves you will never no matter where you run to or what game you play get away from it. So if people are leaving I do hope them better luck, But don’t be shocked if you find drama where you go.)

        ((Okay, but please refrain from derailing. Rather use the OOC thread recently open -DK))

  7. December 22, 2011 at 1:31 AM

    *Working from a jury-rigged communications link in the center of a construction camp on Uvena Prime, Mikori slumped back in his chair, feeling older than he had in a long time. Old, but calm. The fight against the Sith had reached a turning point, and for once, it was in their favor. He tried to put his thoughts about Marcus Moreau into text on the holonet.*

    “Master Marcus Moreau gave his life so that the atrocities committed by the Sith and the Revenant Armada could begin to heal. Though he may not be with us any longer, he’s one with the Force now, and in doing so he saved over a billion lives.

    For those of you who respected him, consider how important Master Moreau felt the fight on Uvena Prime was, and read back on the horrific acts that were regularly sanctioned by the Revenant Armada. And please, consider your own place in the universe. Is the quest for power really important enough to risk becoming a monster? The path the Sith follow is not just another philosophy. It is destructive. Addictive. And ultimately, no good can come of it, and the power it offers you is a lie. Temporary. As we’ve proven on Uvena Prime.

    Over the next years, we’ll be doing our best to honor Master Moreau’s memory by helping the people of Uvena Prime rebuild in whatever capacity they’ll allow us. If the Shistavanens ask the Galactic Liberation Alliance to leave, we’ll leave. The planet is theirs now, and it will remain that way. And for those of you with construction, medical, or terraforming experience, I have a feeling the Shistavanens will be hiring for the forseeable future.”

    ((Marcus decided the character had been played to his logical conclusion, that there wasn’t much room for him to grow or advance any more – and we offered him months back a way to go out with a bang. He took us up on it. :))

  8. Sha'ira
    December 22, 2011 at 4:32 PM

    (Captain) Alex Kardel :
    There will never be another Jedi in your lifetime that is on the level of Marcus Moreau, nor one whom can truly be in every sense of the word, a Jedi Master, like him. Marcus Moreau was a modern Yoda or Kenobi. While others have fought valiantly, none are as worthy to be called a Jedi as Moreau was and is. With that said, just because a cause is worthy and noble doesn’t mean those that fight for it are the same. While there are a small handful of great Jedi remaining in the galaxy, and possibly one or two of them may have had the honor of fighting alongside Moreau on Uvena Prime, you don’t become a true Jedi just because you can shed blood.

    I never said the Jedi that fought on Uvena Prime were of the caliber of Marcus I simply commented on the fact he said the Republic lost their only “true” Jedi. This I do not believe is correct.

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