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News of the Conflicts

October 7, 2012

Reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide met up with Darth Sae’hal on Coruscant.

Darth Sae’hal

Traveling to Corsucant, GNN news was able to obtain a short interview with Darth Sae’hal of leader of the the Disciples of Ragnos (DOR) and dignitary of the Galactic Empire.

As for prisoners captured in Tython, he stated they were being well taken care of, properly fed and given medical attention, but refused they were visited. He did state that there had been an operation to release the prisoners by a group of rebels which included members from the Grand Army (GAR). He further stated that for now the entirety of GAR is not considered an enemy, but as the Councilman of the Military he would protect the Empire from all threats.

He also stated that any conflicts or wars will continue until all Imperial Citizens are safe. He added that once the citizens of Tython and other areas see the advantages and protections they receive under the Empire then they will accept Imperial rule and resistant movements will fade away. He doesn’t see the Galactic Empire having any problems dealing with their enemies.

Later in the day, combats were reported in Coruscant, presumedly by infiltrated elements of the Republic Navy. The combats occurred around shield generators, damaging them, and maybe the prequel for further operations.

In another place, in Fondor, the Galactic Liberation Alliance and the Mandalorians stopped the combats and signed a peace treaty. The Both armies would evacuate the planet after having repaired and resupplied.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. October 8, 2012 at 4:46 AM

    “He further stated that for now the entirety of GAR is not considered an enemy, but as the Councilman of the Military he would protect the Empire from all threats.” Siit Darth Sae’hal, is very funny, just 1/2, or 1/3 from GAR is considered ennemy.He must decide himself, is it GAR entirely the ennemy of the empire or it is not. This is like i hate your head but i like your hands. Whatever.Maybe his new atributions in the empire exhausted him and needs some rest to clear his mind.

    • From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
      October 8, 2012 at 3:15 PM

      According to Imperial Code an Enemy of The Empire is defined as any sentient individual or group that knowingly and consistently seeks or attempts to injure, damage, attack , destroy, steal, or obstruct Imperial property, personnel ,morale or other relevant interests with the intend to damage ,impede, or obstruct the Empire as a whole and recognized and targeted by Imperial Authorities for this behavioral pattern. to make a long story short.

      If a member of the grand army of the republic attacks the Empire or it’s Interests in any way they can be declared an enemy of The Empire, but not the whole group as long as the group’s leadership does not approve or condone it or a majority of it with no sign of denouncement of such activity from the leadership.

      • Causidicus
        October 8, 2012 at 5:35 PM

        Mr. Minister, we find it alarming that your superiors have found it a sound decision to criminalize any action that damages Imperial morale. I’m sure you are well aware of the implications that such a law would have on fundamental rights such as…freedom of thought and the spoken word.

      • October 9, 2012 at 12:03 AM

        And how do you know the action wasn’t approuved by the High Command of GAR? You just assume an action wasn’t approuved. In the absence of any reaction of the High Command of GAR against those troopers, the conclusion could be just one, the action was made with their aprouval or under direct orders. So,condoning parts of a millitary corps on wrong assumptions will lead just to a solidarity of the millitary corps with those ellements.I understood the empire wants to keep the appearences of peace with GAR, BUT , sooner or later the result will be the same, this ” game ” is just delaying the unavoidable.

  2. General GS-556
    October 8, 2012 at 11:17 AM

    Really now, you put the Sith leader, who leads the largest order in your Empire, ALSO in charge of your Military? Are you asking him to lead a coup against you Laan?

    And better yet, this man has no known Military experience. His leadership experience is quite lacking as well.

    • Cowl Millet
      October 8, 2012 at 1:00 PM

      Your current understanding of the facts is laughable, considering the man ran his own Armed Forces for years now.

      • General GS-556
        October 8, 2012 at 7:17 PM

        Armed forces? If you mean giving random people, from drug lords to near-children “Moff” and “Admiral” titles with uniforms, then you have very low standards of an armed forces. The man just gave whoever would enlist high ranks and hope they did something.

        He has as much knowledge of actual military structure and workings as a Nerf Herder does. It’s a shame you would even consider that “Armed Forces”. I hate to say it, but your understanding of what an armed forces is; is laughable.

  3. Tae Aichi
    October 8, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    For the record, I would like to state that the Republic does not engage in subterfuge, nor do we engage in sneak attacks against any enemy. Though I do commend whomever it was that has struck a blow against the Empire.

    • Cowl Millet
      October 8, 2012 at 1:56 PM

      The cat’s out of the bag, what’s the point in denying it when you’re already at war with Coruscant?

  4. Navigator Somerset
    October 8, 2012 at 3:18 PM

    “He added that once the citizens of Tython and other areas see the advantages and protections they receive under the Empire then they will accept Imperial rule and resistant movements will fade away.”

    Oh, kriff you people. Fade away? We’re only just getting started. I don’t think you clowns have any idea what our game is.

    I don’t need or want your so-called “protection”.

    *points skyward to the blockade.*

    Now go sit in the corner.

  5. Tae Aichi
    October 8, 2012 at 3:38 PM

    All I am saying that it isn’t Republic Forces that were the ones that took down the shield generators, we do not engage in surprise or sneak attacks, to do so would put us on a much lower level than where we would like to hold ourselves.

    Are we moving on Coruscant, Yes, did we take down the generators? no.

    Cowl Millet :
    The cat’s out of the bag, what’s the point in denying it when you’re already at war with Coruscant?

    • Cowl Millet
      October 8, 2012 at 4:00 PM

      Hm, so Jedi aren’t part of what you include in Republic Forces?

    • General GS-556
      October 8, 2012 at 7:21 PM

      Are you saying that you wouldn’t use proper military strategies that make up the majority of all strategies, because they were surprise or sneak attacks?

      There comes a point where you’re confusing honor in a 1 on 1 fight and honor in a war. In a war, you don’t wait until the other person is ready, and then fight fairly. In a war, you do what you must to win.

      I thought the Republic and Jedi cared more about civilian’s lives then of empty things such as “Honor”.

  6. From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
    October 8, 2012 at 8:59 PM

    General GS-556 :
    Armed forces? If you mean giving random people, from drug lords to near-children “Moff” and “Admiral” titles with uniforms, then you have very low standards of an armed forces. The man just gave whoever would enlist high ranks and hope they did something.
    He has as much knowledge of actual military structure and workings as a Nerf Herder does. It’s a shame you would even consider that “Armed Forces”. I hate to say it, but your understanding of what an armed forces is; is laughable.

    So, uh. how did you become a general again?

    • Lord Decon.
      October 8, 2012 at 9:43 PM

      Thats all you have to say? “So, Uh. How did you become a general?” how lauphable are you to even ask such a thing? Imperial Ministry of Public Relations needs to be dismantled then re assmbled to actually make any sense what so ever. Who ever is in charge of that Devision within the Galatic Empire should be sent back home and taken off of the spice they are so clearly on. All that division has done is make a lauphing stock of their empire Get somone new in charge of that Division to actally make sense rather then speak from their backside like this one so clearly does.

      • From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
        October 8, 2012 at 10:02 PM

        You didn’t answer the question.

      • General GS-556
        October 9, 2012 at 12:44 PM

        Because he is not me. If you forgot, the question was directed to me, not him. As for how I became General, I had created a reasonably large Military force over the past few months, and brought it into the Empire as a new Military Branch. Over time I later was promoted to lead the Entire Imperial Sith Military.

        As in, I created something, joined it into an empire as it’s leader, and was promoted for my skill and abilities.

  7. Lord Decon.
    October 8, 2012 at 10:07 PM

    From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations. :
    You didn’t answer the question.

    and yet the question Wasnt Directed at me was it? No. Now go back to your Spice driven tiraids.

    • October 9, 2012 at 4:51 AM

      I might be a lifeless insomniac, but when I do desperately need sleep, I use Tiraids(TM) to help me ease into it.

      • From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
        October 10, 2012 at 5:10 PM

        Tiraids(TM) Driven by the power of Spice! Ask your doctor if Tiraids(TM) is right for you.

  8. Mirshe Sol'yc Socarras
    October 9, 2012 at 3:38 AM

    I see alot of laughing

  9. Darth Scorne
    October 10, 2012 at 9:47 AM

    Rolls her eyes as she glances over the article. She stops reading when she gets bored of the nature of what the article is about, but comments anyway, “Why must all of these youngling Sith try to look exactly like Revan?”

  10. From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
    October 10, 2012 at 5:12 PM

    General GS-556 :
    Because he is not me. If you forgot, the question was directed to me, not him. As for how I became General, I had created a reasonably large Military force over the past few months, and brought it into the Empire as a new Military Branch. Over time I later was promoted to lead the Entire Imperial Sith Military.
    As in, I created something, joined it into an empire as it’s leader, and was promoted for my skill and abilities.

    You mean, exactly like the soldiers Sae’hal contributed? Then you must realize of course then, that if it is an acceptable method of gaining status for you, then it must be for them as well?

    • General GS-556
      October 10, 2012 at 5:40 PM

      Sadly, that’s a lie because there were no soldiers, and no where near the amount I had, contributed.

      What I had created was, in numbers, the size of your entire Galactic Empire currently is. While at the same time, they were trained, disciplined, and educated; which I can’t say the same for DOR.

      • From the Desk of Imperial Ministry of Public Relations.
        October 10, 2012 at 5:49 PM

        Our numbers have shown otherwise. You were also offered a position as an Officer within The Imperial military, but your refusal to co-operate with Sith I believe, is why you refused was it not? And look at you now. reduced to sniping at others on the holonet while The Empire restores it’s rightful place in the galaxy. A shame that you had to let your pride get in the way of that.

      • General GS-556
        October 10, 2012 at 6:51 PM

        No, I refused to join because at the time, my military was, like I said, larger then the Galactic Empire is now.

        I refused to join because at the time, The Galactic Empire was not as desperate as to stoop down to joining with DOR for members. Although that would have been better in the intelligence factor, I would have and would be to this day pulling all the weight of leading and building up the Empire’s Military Forces, only to be at the same level as whatever fool decided to join. Now that I think about it, there was also the fact that any idiot such as Darth Sally could join and would serve at my level, yet not contribute nearly as much.

        You definitely tone it down. I was offered to lead the entire Military, and I decided that it was not worth it. I can see now my prediction was correct, and the Empire is unstable and weak. As for sniping others on the holonet, my free time entails me to do whatever I choose; while your job is to speak on behalf of your Empire, not yourself.

        I get to speak somewhat freely because I am a General, not a Minister of Public relations. You are on the other hand, doing a poor job at being your Emperor’s PR Minister.

        As for this restoring thing you are talking about, this is new to me. When I was offered the position and given all the details of this Empire, no relationship to the past Empire was brought up. And I’m assuming there is none, besides the recycled armor your Empire is using.

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