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Jedi High Council Meets with the Republic on Dantooine

December 2, 2012

GNN Reporter Rakiko Lowtide attended a Jedi High Council meeting on Dantooine. Several Senators from the Republic were also invited to attend to voice their concerns.

Dantooine: The Jedi High Council held a meeting where several members of the Republic were also invited to attend. Several Grandmasters from various Jedi orders gathered to voice concerns and bring up other matters for the Jedi to discuss.

As Grandmaster Iria Tuqiri of the Kalways Order of the Jedi (KOJ) opened up discussions a sentinel from her oder took the floor. Haden Gnar began the meeting speaking about his recent investigations into the Queen of Onderon. He brought several pieces of evidence implying that the Queen of Onderon was indeed the sith known as Darth Malice and had been in league with the Disciples of Ragnos since coming into contact with Lord Exitium. He commented that Darth Malice had been an expert in illusion but showed different clips where she may not have been able totally hide her disguise as queen. Next he brought forth evidence of torture chambers and Sith ceremonial rooms located on Onderon, including in the Queen’s palace. Finally he produced a journal kept by Darth Exitium, though its authenticity wasn’t given.

High Council and Senate members meet on Dantooine.

High Council and Senate members meet on Dantooine.

Several of those in attendance asked question as to how the Queen could have held up this disguise, how she passed a blood exam by Senator Kel and if there was other evidence. Gnar countered that even Jedi can be mistaken about blood results, or exhorted, or missed a falsified report. He held steadfast to his conclusions that the Queen was indeed Malice. He said he would bring even more proof from the Death Watch leader who was tortured by Malice, but pointed more to his own evidence especially the holo-pics as concrete proof.

After the presentation, those in attendance agreed to speak with the Queen and see if she would sit for another blood sample.

In addition to this investigation into the Queen, the Jedi also discussed the investigation into Republic Chief Justice Aeon who is also being accused of being a Sith. For now the investigation is ongoing as the Jedi gather evidence.

The Chancellor then took the floor saying that the Republic was being bogged down in accusations and witch hunts. She asked the Jedi on their advice as to whether the Republic should be disbanded and leave the protection to the Jedi. Senator Sapphire Tafo also pointed out the apathy the Jedi had shown to worlds that were becoming dictatorships and pulling out of the Republic. She wondered why the Jedi seemed to be backing these regimes and only involving themselves when a direct Sith was named.

Master Tuqiri countered that the Jedi always support the Republic and she wasn’t aware of any Jedi personally that were backing rogue systems, but that each order could do as they wish. She also stated that the Jedi had no opinion on the affairs of the Republic and they could do as they wish also. She though stated that the Republic was worth fighting for a sentiment shared by several of the senators. Others though pointed out the failings of the Republic as a democratic government.

With these discussions ended, the meeting was brought to an end, though many questions are still up in the air. It looks like the Republic has to view itself as a viable galaxy faction and the Jedi have to ask themselves what their true paths are and their relationship to a Galactic Republic and to individual systems. Also they have to view these things in the facts that it seems that the Sith grow stronger by the day and are infiltrating most of the institutions throughout the galaxy. GNN also looks forward to hearing from the Queen of Onderon about these accusations”

— Rakiko Lowtide

  1. December 2, 2012 at 11:21 AM

    Well, well the jedi actually figuring things out? That is news worthy.

  2. Arman T'ad
    December 2, 2012 at 12:39 PM

    Really, the Jetiise are so desperate to save their skins that they have to accuse the queen of Onderon of being Siit? They’re even more stupid than I thought previously. The Jetiise of Yavin ought to watch themselves before they insult people unnecessarily and end up on the wrong end of a giant space station.

    • December 4, 2012 at 12:38 AM

      The queen of Onderon might be a siit, or not. But without strong evidence those accusations launched by the jetii are just simple allegations. Journal of Exitium? It is this “document” really authentic?
      Anyway are too many questions that must be answered. It is really funny, in the moment when jetiise goverment is nearby collapse, was found the person responsable, nobody else but the queen of Onderon, the new Palpatine. Look in the mirror and you will found the real responsables for the ruin of jetiise goverment, dear jetii.

  3. valaradrayenkira
    December 2, 2012 at 4:05 PM

    Sith ceremonial room? Torture chamber? I am not sure where your supposed spies got their information…but I’m starting to think they weren’t even on the right planet. The palace of Iziz has a dungeon…as most palaces do. It also has a Force suppression chamber for force users we capture….as common sense dictates a normal dungeon would hardly hold a Sith or Dark Jedi. IJO and Senator Kel and the Munit’Kad mandalorians helped the Iziz authorities secure Darth Novo down there when he crashed on Onderon. Torture chamber indeed. As as the sith ceremonial room…I have NO idea what they mistook that for. I am thinking that part of it is an outright lie. ((I don’t even have the prims on the homestead for a “sith ceremonial” room…so even on an ooc level….I’m stumped on that one.))

  4. Xan Qenadius
    December 3, 2012 at 6:07 AM

    It seems even Morrigan, once a stalwart of everything being practical has jumped over that idea to lump herself in with fanciful reports….disappointing

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      December 3, 2012 at 6:52 AM

      Morrigan has known she is a sith from the moment she saw her. (and before some one says something thats a completly ic observation and should be taken as such). However, as Bengat is not part of the republic what I think has no bearing on this trial nor should it. The monarchy of onderon have all ways been Naddist and always will be, it is the way of the galaxy.

      • Arman T'ad
        December 3, 2012 at 7:02 AM

        This Morrigan doesn’t seem to know osik…maybe she’s a Siit trying to hide it so she blames everyone else of being one.

    • December 3, 2012 at 4:28 PM

      Xan Qenadius :
      Morrigan, once a stalwart of everything being practical

      When was that? Or are you joking?

      • Xan Qenadius
        December 4, 2012 at 5:08 AM

        The second one

  5. Vox Cast
    December 3, 2012 at 8:41 AM

    Arman T’ad :
    This Morrigan doesn’t seem to know osik…maybe she’s a Siit trying to hide it so she blames everyone else of being one.

    Yes, because someone who openly states their knowledge of Sith alchemy (or something along those lines) is clearly trying to hide that kind of connection…

    • Arman T'ad
      December 3, 2012 at 9:27 AM

      yes, because I’ve bothered to follow everything she says. how dare I miss such profound wisdom.

      • Vox Cast
        December 3, 2012 at 10:07 AM

        Oh? How foolish of me, I do apologise.

  6. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    December 3, 2012 at 12:28 PM

    Arman T’ad :
    This Morrigan doesn’t seem to know osik…maybe she’s a Siit trying to hide it so she blames everyone else of being one.

    Morrigan is a trained darksider and user of Sith alchemy and Sith magic. Her lightsaber that she used to carry around is also red.
    The HoloNet isn’t limited to the Republic only in this day and age. We in Hutt Space, Wild Space, and satellite galaxies get it as well. I can only assume Sith have HoloNet connections too.

    • Sapphire Tafo
      December 3, 2012 at 1:24 PM

      Who’s not a mole of the Sith nowadays?

      • (Captain) Alex Kardel
        December 3, 2012 at 3:46 PM

        She’s not a Sith nor is she a Republican. She’s a darksider who is employed as Shaka the Huttling’s Majordomo. Have you never read a news article not pertaining to the senate? This is all very common knowledge.

      • December 4, 2012 at 10:30 AM

        Actually, its in my boot. In any case, I’m not hiding anything unlike some people who comment. Xan for example, I’ve seen in sith armor. Not that it matters, but, people who change alliances every five minutes to be terribly amusing.

    • Arman T'ad
      December 3, 2012 at 11:07 PM

      to be fair, I usually don’t pay attention to the holonet much or to what people do or say…I’m assuming since you mention Hutt space and Wild space that she’s usually in places I have yet to visit.

  7. Lord Decon
    December 3, 2012 at 1:38 PM

    I find it rather amusing The Jedi are acusing everyone under the sun of being a Sith. How typical. Their Paranoya shows. Leave it to Jedi to start throwing acusations if somthing dosnt go their way..

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