The Sernpidal Enforcers were security personnel who operated on the planet Sernpidal during the time of the Jedi Civil War, when the world was under the jurisdiction of Revan's Sith Empire. They carried out patrols in Sernpidal City, the planet's capital, in an attempt to maintain peace.[1]

In 3957 BBY,[2] a team of Galactic Republic agents traveled to Sernpidal on a mission to obtain a code cylinder from the Sith Commander Doel Scherp. The agents tried to learn Scherp's location on the world by intimidating citizens in Sernpidal City, so a group of Sernpidal Enforcers attempted to apprehend the agents and take them into custody.[1]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

The Sernpidal Enforcers were created by Patrick Stutzman and appeared in the 2008 role-playing supplement The Betrayal of Darth Revan for Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Roleplaying Game Saga Edition. In the supplement, the players role-play as a group of Republic agents and they can pursue a number of different methods for learning the location of Commander Scherp. If they chose to use intimidation, then after they have made three intimidation attempts, the agents are attacked by six Sernpidal Enforcers. The Enforcers can also call for reinforcements if necessary. To portray the Enforcers, the supplement advises the players to use the police officer statistics provided on page 69 of the sourcebook Threats of the Galaxy.[1]

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Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 The Betrayal of Darth Revan
  2. The Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide gives a date of 3956 BBY as the year that Revan searches for the Star Forge as a retrained Jedi, a mission that is depicted in the game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. When Revan visits the Jedi Enclave on the planet Dantooine in Knights of the Old Republic, Deesra Luur Jada tells him that Bastila Shan and her strike team had assaulted Darth Revan's ship nearly a year ago (Dialog StrRef 6568). Therefore, The Betrayal of Darth Revan can be dated to 3957 BBY.
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