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A Visit to Theed

April 6, 2012

The City of Theed

Reporters of the Galactic News visited the city of Theed, in Naboo.

Theed, the historical capital of Naboo does not show any sign of the presence of the Disciples of Ragnos,who installed in Lake County, further away on the planet. The city shows its pride of its wide heritage dating from the old republic era. Small industries can be seen in the planet, like a plasma factory, and the busy spaceport welcome many visitors coming to tour or to trade.

New Alderaan Queen Sia Boleyn

Close to the Royal Palace, New Alderaan recently opened an embassy. Owned by Sia Boleyn, newly crowned Queen of the New Alderan hereditary monarchy, the embassy will favour the trade and outline the ties between the two systems. Similarly to Naboo, New Alderaan tries to revive its heritage and tradition from the old republic, where they lived in their original world Alderaan.

The new Queen started to help the sick people and the other in need on her planet. She affirmed the monarchy “ever worked for the best interest of its peoples and world.” New Alderaan will also apply to the Galactic Senate for her world, believing the system solve the threaten against them better when united in the New Republic.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Kortana Solo
    April 7, 2012 at 10:45 AM

    I am excited for The City of Theed and its future. I only hope that the sith can be removed from Naboo. Naboo belongs to the people of that world and the government they have built. I hope to see more great things coming out of Naboo in the near future.

    Congratulations to the new queen of New Alderaan. She will be a great Queen to all the people of New Alderaan. I hope that as her Advisor, I will do my best and serve the people to the best of my abilities. Once New Alderaan has been opened to the public, I hope that The New Republic will usher back in, The world of New Alderaan.

    Long Live The Queen and Long Live New Alderaan!

    Kortana Solo
    Advisor to The Queen of New Alderaan

  2. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    April 7, 2012 at 1:45 PM

    Question. If Alderaan was made famous for its utter destruction by the super weapon now infamously known as the “Death Star”, how is it that there can be a “new” Alderaan government if Alderaan, its government, and all of its citizens were destroyed?

    This includes all of its royals, monarchy, etc as well. So how the kriff is someone able to claim they’re a member of a hereditary monarchy?
    And why wait over two centuries after its destruction to decide to rebuild, when it’s impossible to prove if your family was even from Alderaan?

    ((OOC argument removed -DK))

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      April 8, 2012 at 6:38 AM

      I suppose you can lie. I mean if its detroyed, theres no real way for any one to go back and fact check your claims. Which works out well for any one claiming to have rights to any throne. I could claim to be of the Fel branch of Aleraan and there would be no real way of proving I’m not, common sense aside. It works out well for those who wish to make claims to thier family status they may not be able to back up any other way.

  3. Callista Shan
    April 8, 2012 at 7:48 AM

    new alderaan is a difrent planet then the destroyed one if you would bother to even research before bashing people

  4. Concerned SWRP Community Member
    April 8, 2012 at 11:10 AM

    People love to bash other peoples ideas. Just go with it and have fun. If your not interested there are many other star wars roleplay sims available to visit.

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