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Tython after the war

April 11, 2013

A reporter of the Galactic News Network interviewed Master Marsh Solo after the battles of Tython.

Master Marsh Solo

After the victory of the Jedi and their allies against the Sith trying to conquest Tython, the Master Marsh Solo, from the New Jedi Order (NJO) answered our question. He is confident the last battle concluded the war. However the Jedi will control the air space and the landing of unknown visitors. With troopers from the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), they will patrol in the planet looking for ennemies who wouldn’t have yet evacuated. So far they have not found any. The body of Darth Septus, the leader of the Sith who fell in a cliff in the battle, was not yet found. He’s possibly dead, but if not, the Jedi want to try him for war crimes and instigating the war.

The Sith claimed their intent to destroy the planet and remodel it suitably for their ruling. However the short period of presence on the ground did not allow them to cause sensible damage. The Jedi will help to rebuild whatever need to be rebuild. Also, they will meditate to recover their strength after the battle and to think to the future of the order.

— Daana Kira

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  1. April 11, 2013 at 3:07 PM

    Well.

    A ravishingly handsome Toydarian :
    …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.

    I guess I have to eat my own words. I made a bad call, and I admit it. The lampshade empire did not hang around for a month, then get bored and leave, they got kicked out in no time at all.

    I still contend then that they are either immensely pathetic, or were indeed completely drunk.

    Sohn Jowart :
    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.

    So this may still be true.

  2. Kad Alang'ko
    April 18, 2013 at 4:18 PM

    “God…I have no idea how to use this whole…datapad thing…*Sighs* I’m to old for this…But I disagree on the statement of Tython being a Pathetic planet….Tython is one of the greatest planets I’ve ever stepped foot on. And thus, is not a planet to be trifled with…and Septus made the big mistake of trying to take it over. It is not and never will be..a pathetic planet.

    • Protector Commander Brave
      April 20, 2013 at 1:17 AM

      You must not have been to very many planets

      • Kad Alang'ko
        April 29, 2013 at 2:58 PM

        For your information young man, Tython is the Jedi Homeworld. I see nothing Pathetic about it, and have been to every god damn planet in this galaxy. Have some respect for your elders knowledge.

  3. Protector Commander Brave
    April 30, 2013 at 7:34 PM

    Kad Alang’ko :
    For your information young man, Tython is the Jedi Homeworld. I see nothing Pathetic about it, and have been to every god damn planet in this galaxy. Have some respect for your elders knowledge.

    I sincerely doubt you have been to every planet in the galaxy, and you have no idea how old I am, stop making stupid assumptions and ridiculous claims. The Jedi homeworld is pathetic, because the “Jedi” are pathetic

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