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Large Sith Force Prepares Invasion of Tython

March 26, 2013

GNN reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide met with Baron Septus, Aeon Talon and “L” aboard one of their war vessels above Tython.

“A large fleet has been gathered in orbit around Korriban preparing to jump to Tython, since the deadline that Baron Septus gave to the Jedi to evacuate has passed. Aboard the flagship, Septus has allied with Sith Lord Aeon Talon and one known as L. The ultimatum that was given to the Jedi had specified that they evacuate Tython and they would be given a cure to a deadly bio-engineered virus that had been inflicted upon them. Instead the NJO has taken a stand and along with Jedi from other orders such as the KOJ they’ve developed a preliminary cure and are taking a defiant stand on Tython.

Aeon Talon (left), L (middle) , Darth Septus (right) prepare for the invasion

The Baron stated that the conquest of Tython is in response to the devastation that the Jedi caused on Korriban centuries ago. He had given the Jedi a favorable offer for them to leave, but now since they failed to act up on the deal he will eradicate them be force. Along with the help of Aeon Talon’s fleet and the development of a stronger virus engineered to destroy the sentient life on Tython they are prepared to do just that. L is also providing her forces to help destroy the Jedi.

One of the many Sith ships leaving Korriban to rendezvous at Tython.

For now the fleet get ready for a blockade of Tython space and its invasion. They know the Jedi are also preparing and have brought in forces from other orders, but they see no outcome other than the destruction of their ancient foes. The invasion itself will start after the bombs containing the deadly new virus will be dropped with ground forces, expecting to wipe out the last remaining resistance cells until a pure Tython is back in the hands of the Sith.

As the day approaches for the final assault, its unknown exactly what the Jedi are planning or how they will respond. For now Septus and his allies are confident they will meet hardly any resistance and that Tython will son be theirs.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. March 27, 2013 at 9:30 AM

    You know your planet is pathetic when three Sith can spontaneously decide to take it over, using a several-hundred year old rebel blockade runner as their flagship, one still wearing the lampshade on their head from the drunken bender from which they decided, “Dude, kriffin’ Tython man… I… man, that planet needs to be invaded!”

    If that isn’t a lampshade on Septic’s head, I have no idea what it is.

    I guess that’s not the pathetic part, although Sith who need to invade planets to stroke their own egos and make sweeping declarations on GNN to stroke their H-peens are. What’s pathetic is that they’ll probably succeed for about a month, during which little will happen aside from what’s broadcasted on the holonet, and they spontaneously recover from their hangovers and decide “Man, what were we thinking? Man, Tython’s lame” and leave for no particular reason.

    Yeah, never seen anything like this happen before.

  2. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    March 27, 2013 at 2:25 PM

    That’s a CR90 Corvette. You’d think someone capable enough to engineer bio-weapons and claiming to be a Sith Lord could afford something better than a two-hundred year old escort corvette employed by the rebel alliance and New Republic.

    If that’s their flagship, I presume their fleet is made up of lesser models. Blockade runners have a blind spot behind the engines that anyone who knows their star ships is aware of.
    All one has to do to wipe out this fleet is shoot them from behind.

    Forethought: something far more valuable than bio-weapons. Those years you invested in this plot will be undone because you opted to go with a CR90 Corvette. Give me a moment to ready my ship; I can blast you out of the sky with nothing more than a few well placed ion torpedoes and a cloaking device. I mean if you opted to go with a blockade runner as your flag ship, you more than likely also lack the forethought to invest in tech to counter cloaking devices.
    I sure hope none of your opposition reads this response and kills you the moment your fleet enters orbit.

    • Siris
      March 27, 2013 at 10:23 PM

      Consider this read.

    • April 1, 2013 at 11:50 PM

      The picture features one ship, not the whole fleet.

      • (Captain) Alex Kardel
        April 4, 2013 at 4:34 AM

        The picture features the fleet’s flag ship. I expect you’d have read the article.

      • April 4, 2013 at 1:07 PM

        The caption explains what the picture is featuring, which isn’t the flagship.

  3. Aeon Talon
    March 27, 2013 at 3:10 PM

    This is ooc talk: our cruiser that we were on got de-rezed so we had to use it just saying)) but out fleet is there

    • (Captain) Alex Kardel
      April 4, 2013 at 4:35 AM

      (( You should probably find an IC reason for this then, because as it stands, the article was ICly done on the fleet’s flag ship and the ship this article was done on is clearly a CR90. ))

      • April 4, 2013 at 10:25 AM

        ((The article only says the corvette is one of many ships, the caption doesn’t read it to be their flagship. The only mention to the flagship was in the first paragraph where it was said Septus was meeting with the other Sith leaders. I’m not sure why there’s a focus on the flagship being this corvette. If it was I would have captioned it that way. The OOC heading indicates we just met on one of their warships, not the flagship. So yes it would have been cleaner if we had a pic of their flagship, but to try and shoehorn that the corvette is their flagship is a bit of a stretch.))

  4. Ayeka Kel
    March 30, 2013 at 6:20 PM

    Paragon Enterprises engineers better blockade runners than old CR90s… Just felt I should say so.

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