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Jensaarai Order Opens Spaceport in Susevfi System

January 28, 2012

On invitation, GNN journalists were brought to a large space station in the Susevfi system where the met with a Jensaarai leader.

Susevfi: Saarai-Karr Cirden Fang along with former Tanaab Senator Barb Flatley, there on a trading matter, welcomed us to a newly built space station and space port, which has been crafted to service ships of all sorts from around the galaxy. The docks and station are also acting as the De-facto base for the Jensaarai order.

The Jensaarai Order is an ancient organization, that mixed Jedi and Sith practices that formed a unique belief and practice system due to the isolation of the Jensaarai on Susevfi. They kept the Jedi traditions of protecting the peace but at a more aggressive way and for most of their history despised the Jedi believing they had murdered the original founders. However, later they came to accept the truth of what had happened and many Jensaarai eventually began training with the Jedi. Other unique characteristics of the group is the use of a cortosis, a rare metal with unique properties, instead of sabers and the use of unique “force powers”.

Space Docks open to the public on Susevfi.

To further establish the group, it also has a code which it follows. Cirden Fang was kind enough to provide it “I am the protector of Justice, I know no emotions, I know the truth of the force, I am the Protector of worlds, I know the power of the true Force, I am the defender of the true way, The Universe knows not of my existence, I pledge myself to the Jensaarai, and for I have found true life in the protection of the people I care.” Cirden Fang conceded that several still see them as a simple Sith cult, but he wants to reassure this is far from the case and they wish to bring peace to the galaxy. even though the Jensaarai way is difficult with many quitting or becoming Sith before their training is done.

Now the Jensaarai travel the galaxy searching for knowledge and to help those the require need. They are also providing their extensive space docks to those that need it, providing refueling and repair services. The lead mechanic, Fix, is a master of repair and oversees the vast number of mechanics and engineers not only to keep the Jensaarai ships performing at an optimal rate, but also provides the services to other spacers.

The Jensaarai have also begun to use their vast fleet to trade in a number of goods, such as bacta, engineering supplies, and other basic commodities. Already they have established a trading relationship with Tanaab and are looking for trade treaties with other worlds as well such as Nar Shaddaa. Even Cirden Fang’s flagship the Icarus has been outfitted to carry several tons of cargo and with an advanced navigation system, ultra shielding, and the fastest hyper-drives that can be produced, the ship is well equipped to transport its goods.

For spacers the opening up of the docks is probably a godsend, and Cirden Fang extended his invitation to those needing a port to stop and to make themselves at home on Susevfi.

— Danrick Shadowstar. Daana Kira

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  1. The Jiaasjen'ari
    January 28, 2012 at 1:15 PM

    “The Jensaarai have also begun to use their vast fleet”
    Where exactly did they get Such a large fleet as they claim, and where did they get the resources to fund it? Where are they getting the bacta to trade?

    How did they get access to this hyper-advanced technology when historically the Jensaarai are a small sect of at best ‘Gray Jedi’ and at worst, Dark Jedi or Sith heretics. This seems rather out of left field.

  2. zion
    January 28, 2012 at 5:01 PM

    I believe this is the same order that Obie Solo lead, was it not? If so, no doubt it’s funded by sith and jedi groups.

  3. Arasha Kata
    January 29, 2012 at 4:06 PM

    this was the same order run by the failed politician, Obie Solo, wasn’t it? if so, i wouldn’t be surprised if the technology came from where everything else came from regarding that vile creature.

    • The Jiaasjen'ari
      January 29, 2012 at 5:04 PM

      Her imagined ravings?

      • Arasha Kata
        January 29, 2012 at 8:24 PM

        indeed. that and pity donations i’m sure.

  4. Morrigan Wemyss
    January 30, 2012 at 8:20 AM

    Arasha Kata :indeed. that and pity donations i’m sure.

    I would hope no one has that much pity. In any case these people have never made sense to me, the blending of sith and jedi teachings is simply not something that can be done. I have my own ideas as to why that may be, but, this is not the point. I so not see the Jensaarai being attention worthy.

  5. Salene Lusch
    January 30, 2012 at 9:54 AM

    The Galaxy needs more honest organisations trading goods like this one does with medical supplies.

    There is too much military buildups and other micro armies ruling nothing but their ruins.

  6. Captain Zerksis
    January 30, 2012 at 10:10 AM

    Morrigan Wemyss :
    I would hope no one has that much pity. In any case these people have never made sense to me, the blending of sith and jedi teachings is simply not something that can be done. I have my own ideas as to why that may be, but, this is not the point. I so not see the Jensaarai being attention worthy.

    The combination of the ‘styles’ of teaching is possible the closed minded that the force has sides and that one side is worse then the other isn’t what the force is, cause the force doesnt have sides, it only has intentions. And I agree with above because that is what I see too much of.

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