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Discussion with Zach Rodchester, Tython’s governor

February 29, 2012

In Tython, Reporters of the Galactic News Network meet the new Governor.

Governor Zach Rodchester

The New Republic world of Tython has a new Governor, Zach Rodchester, named after a council held an emergency  demotion of the former one, Ryan Adams. According to the new Governor, the council reproached the former one the removal attempt of the New Republic Grand Fleet from Tython’s orbit. This replacement was endorsed by Jedi.The fleet remain on Tython, with Zach Rodchester still officer. The surface is patrolled by Republic Guards, a new unit, from which very few is yet known. The planet aims to live in peace despite recent attacks, not all of them being from known sources.

The New Governor made plans to develop his planet; expand the mining economy and open up trade, especially toward the Hutt Space. On the cultural part, a Jedi Museum should be created to educate the Galaxy on the history of the Jedi.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Gentlebeing Rancor
    February 29, 2012 at 2:10 PM

    I say, what a magnificent dress that man is wearing!

    • Liu'orn
      March 1, 2012 at 12:02 AM

      I agree, it’s really nice. It fits with the colors of Tython’s environment

  2. February 29, 2012 at 2:58 PM

    Perhaps Mr Rodchester will have time to meet with me to discuss issues in the New Republic.

  3. Ryan Adams
    February 29, 2012 at 8:40 PM

    (((…) In actual RP The Fleet was not moved from orbit, the fleet had no requirement to be over Tython, and Tython left The Republic. Oh and Icly the Fleet does not remain on Tython; it was moved to Coruscant’s orbit AFTER Tython left The Republic. (…) the owner expected The NGRF to pay a Tier in order to keep a low quality base on the sim and I was not willing to pay for such a thing when Marcel was willing to help out The NRGF by giving us prims on Bakura. Now this move to Bakura was purely OOC and IC I had told those who asked that The new Station was in orbit of Tython. Now the Owner had not asked about any of the events, and instead kicked me out of the Land Group without a reason as to why; posting a notice in The Senate Group that The Onwer had now become Senator and left The Republic, blaming (a lot of people)
    (…)))

    ((OOC hurtful parts removed. -DK))

    • Sha'ira
      February 29, 2012 at 9:11 PM

      ((From what I can tell IC Tython is still in the Republic as there Senator is still recognized at Senate meetings. Hopefully whatever issues between you all can be worked out and adjustments can be made IC so they are no problems in the future))

    • Ryan Adams
      February 29, 2012 at 9:21 PM

      (( I tried speaking to the owner, they decided to try tell me they were too busy to explain to me their actions because they were building. In the end the owner said that the owner of the sim gets to destroy and create roleplay in a multi-sim RP because they owned that specific sim. I think I worded that poorly but what I am trying to say is that (…). And by Senator, which Senator do you mean? Because when The Republic left The Senate, The owner claimed to be Senator even though there had already been a Senator of Tython. ))

      ((OOC hurtful parts removed. -DK))

    • March 1, 2012 at 1:35 AM

      ((Nasaji Oba, as before, represented Tython at the senate meeting two weeks ago. Remember sim owners define the back-story of their place. However, the “Tython leaving the republic” rumours were evoked out of character to us when the former sim was about to close, therefore it had little interest to be investigated. And we were right since that stance was not valid on the next sim.))

      • Ryan Adams
        March 1, 2012 at 12:48 PM

        Although Mr. Rodchester is infact a Navy Officer; The NRGF did infact move to Coruscant after past events and has not been moved back to Tython. With this whole Verkai Empire situation that is going on we need to keep our Fleets above Coruscant, not a world with a trivial history and corrupted government.

        ((OOC removed -DK))

  4. February 29, 2012 at 11:48 PM

    Mr. Rodchester, change this outfit, otherwise you will be called lady Rodchester!

  5. March 1, 2012 at 12:40 AM

    So according to this article, the government of Tython, at the behest of a “The Council,” implied as Jedi although the decision was only confirmed as being endorsed by them, decided on their own to assign themselves a new senator, culled from the Republic’s naval forces. Am I to understand that he keeps his rank in the federal military while also being a federal representative for his planet?

    Is this why the fleet is not permitted to move from protecting Tython’s orbit alone?

    Who authorized the new “Republic Guard” and why is so little known about them?

    Am I reading some “reboot” of the story of the rise of the Galactic Empire (the Original Galactic-Empire, or O.G. if you will), dramatized for the sake of some hyperbolic metaphor comparing the Republic to a mechanism of corruption and evil, or am I reading a legitimate news article, or neither?

    Why is it the only responses to this extremely questionable and alarming article are oblivious tacit consent from Hixal the chide-in senator and a half-hearted attempt at critiquing the new senator’s flamboyant fashion sense? By the way that Gammorean maternity robe looks hideous on you, senator.

    Am I the only one who feels like this whole galaxy has gone completely insane?

    • March 1, 2012 at 1:07 AM

      Is governor, not senator, Sohn, but i agree with you, the robe looks horrible on him and if he kept his rank in the federal military…no comment!

      • March 1, 2012 at 4:41 AM

        Sorry, yes, governor, not senator- but the point stands- is he keeping his position in the navy while also being governor of Tython?

        Is that what’s keeping the fleet there?

        What is this Republic Guard?

        Is it naive to hold out hope the Republic would bother investigating this, or are they just going to sweep it under the rug as Hixel seems intent on doing?

  6. Xan Qenadius
    March 1, 2012 at 2:30 AM

    I find tython’s coice of govrnor and the way it came about highly questionable. but given the fact that Luvbutton Moonsoo is a Master with the order there, it’s not surprising that this came about. It was a hallmark of her association with the Republic while Grand Master of Yavin’s Jedi.

  7. March 1, 2012 at 4:54 AM

    Sohn Jowart :Sorry, yes, governor, not senator- but the point stands- is he keeping his position in the navy while also being governor of Tython?
    Is that what’s keeping the fleet there?
    What is this Republic Guard?
    Is it naive to hold out hope the Republic would bother investigating this, or are they just going to sweep it under the rug as Hixel seems intent on doing?

    I will be direct….everything is possible!

  8. March 1, 2012 at 1:31 PM

    I am excited for the new governor of Tython to bring us all who live there into a brighter and bigger future for all. I believe he will make a great governor to the people as well as bring the economy of Tython to fruition.

    I will enjoy working with him to make sure that the people are heard and that the rights of the people are not hindered upon.

    Long live The New Republic and The Galactic Senate.
    Ambassador Benae

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