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ApatrosEdit

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Apatros was a desolate world in the Outer Rim Territories, under the jurisdiction of the Galactic Republic. As of 1003 BBY, the planet was under the direct control of the Outer Rim Oreworks Company, which maintained a cortosis mine on the planet. Apatros was notable for being the homeworld of Darth Bane, the Dark Lord of the Sith who worked in the cortosis mines for ten years before joining the Sith army during the New Sith Wars. Read more...

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Apatros (colony)Edit

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Apatros was the only colony on the Outer Rim mining world of the same name. The colony was controlled by the Outer Rim Oreworks Company, which mined cortosis on the planet, and was used to house miners. The colony only contained two unique buildings—the Apatros general store and Groshik's cantina. Apatros was the home of a miner named Dessel, who would eventually become the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane. Read more...

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Battle of HsskhorEdit

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The Battle of Hsskhor was a battle fought during the New Sith Wars between the Brotherhood of Darkness and the Galactic Republic. In 1003 BBY, the Brotherhood, seeking to gain a foothold in the Mid Rim, captured the planet of Kashyyyk. The surviving Republic soldiers fled to the neighboring world of Trandosha. The Brotherhood sent twenty units of troopers in pursuit, and caught up to the Republic forces outside the city of Hsskhor. After a day of fighting with no definitive victor, the two sides retreated to opposite sides of the battlefield as the sun set only to find themselves under attack by the native Trandoshans. The Trandoshans, who were not allied to either side, attacked both factions, causing heavy losses. However, with the help of reinforcements, the Sith were able to defeat the Republic, and the city of Hsskhor was razed to the ground. Read more...

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Battle of Kashyyyk (New Sith Wars)Edit

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The Battle of Kashyyyk was a major battle during the New Sith Wars between the Brotherhood of Darkness and the Galactic Republic. In 1003 BBY, the Brotherhood of Darkness set their sights on the Republic stronghold on the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk, hoping to gain a foothold in the Mid Rim. At first, the Republic used Kashyyyk's great wroshyr forests as a staging point for ambushes and guerrilla raids on the Sith with great success, causing thousands of Sith casualties. During the battle, a Sith unit called the Gloom Walkers was separated from the main Sith force, but one of their number, Dessel, was able to lead them back to the Sith army. The story of the Gloom Walkers helped to greatly raise Sith morale and inspired the Sith to win the battle and capture Kashyyyk. Read more...

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Valenthyne FarfallaEdit

(Taken to GA by Lord Hydronium)

"Jedi is as Jedi does, Lord! And if he has taste…"
―Farfalla[src]
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Valenthyne Farfalla was a noted Jedi Master and Jedi Lord during the New Sith Wars. A male Equine, Farfalla had a reputation for being foppish and vain. He aided Lord Hoth and the Army of Light in the Ruusan campaign, in the final years of the New Sith Wars. In the last year of the battle, Farfalla left Ruusan to gather three hundred Jedi Knights to aid in the struggle for the world.

Farfalla was often at odds with Hoth, and when the latter's good friend Pernicar was killed by the Sith, he blamed Farfalla and the two men had a falling out. However, they eventually repaired their relationship and rallied the Jedi for a final assault on the Sith stronghold. When Hoth and many other Jedi were killed by Lord Kaan's thought bomb, Farfalla was left as the highest-ranking Jedi to survive Ruusan.

Farfalla continued to serve the Jedi for a decade, until he was killed by Darth Bane in a lightsaber battle on Tython. Read more...

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GerdEdit

(Taken to GA by Ifindyourlackoffaithdisturbing)

"Guess your daddy's been gone too long, boy. You need someone to beat some sense back into you!"
―Gerd, to Dessel[src]

Gerd was a Human male miner who lived during the time of the New Sith Wars. Gerd worked in a cortosis mine on the Outer Rim planet of Apatros, where he stayed for nearly twenty years. He was good friends with a miner named Hurst and often bullied Hurst's son, Dessel. In 1003 BBY, Gerd, drunk on Corellian whiskey, got into a fight with Dessel over the right to mine a cortosis vein. Even though Dessel was tired from working six hours in the mines, he defeated Gerd after having a flash of Force precognition. Dessel anticipated one of Gerd's attempted strikes, and bit the man's thumb off. Read more...

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GroshikEdit

(Taken to GA by Ifindyourlackoffaithdisturbing)

"Don't count on others for help. In the end each of us is in this alone. The survivors are those who know how to look out for themselves."
―Groshik, to Dessel[src]

Groshik was a male Neimoidian cantina owner on the mining world of Apatros in the decades leading up to the Battle of Ruusan in 1000 BBY. He operated the cantina in Apatros' only colony. In 1003 BBY, Groshik helped one of his friends, a miner named Dessel, escape arrest after killing a Galactic Republic ensign in self-defense over a game of sabacc. Groshik used one of his contacts affiliated with the Sith to get Dessel smuggled offworld, where he would join the Sith army. Dessel would eventually become Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane. Read more...

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HurstEdit

(Taken to GA by Ifindyourlackoffaithdisturbing)

"Hurst always said you were no good. He knew there was something wrong with you…Bane."
Gerd, to Dessel[src]

Hurst was a male Human cortosis miner on the planet Apatros during the decades leading up to the Battle of Ruusan in 1000 BBY. Hurst's wife died giving birth to their son, Dessel, which led to Hurst resenting his son and blaming him for his life's problems, specifically the death of his wife and being stuck working on Apatros. Hurst gave Dessel the nickname "Bane," and often beat his son. In 1008 BBY, Hurst died of a massive heart attack that was unknowingly caused by Dessel through the Force. Eventually, his son would go on to become the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane. Read more...

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LlokayEdit

(Taken to GA by Ifindyourlackoffaithdisturbing)

Llokay was a male Zabrak Sith apprentice, and later a Dark Lord of the Sith in the years leading up to the Seventh Battle of Ruusan. Llokay trained in the Sith academy on Korriban, and both he and his sister Yevra were fiercely loyal to the strongest of the students, a fellow Zabrak named Sirak. In the year 1000 BBY, Llokay and all the other Sith apprentices in the academy were promoted due to the Brotherhood of Darkness' need for Sith Lords on the front lines of the war against the Galactic Republic and the Jedi. A short time after Llokay's elevation, he, Yevra, and Sirak set a trap to eliminate a rival Sith, Bane, who had defeated, humiliated, and injured Sirak a short time before. However, the three were betrayed by a co-conspirator, Githany, who armed and fought alongside Bane in the confrontation. Llokay and Yevra were killed by Githany's lightwhip, and Sirak was killed shortly thereafter by Bane. Read more...

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MakurthEdit

(Taken to GA by Eyrezer)

"You trained for weeks to challenge me. You failed. Victory is mine again."
Fohargh taunts Bane[src]
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The Makurth were saurians native to Moltok, a planet of rainforests and volcanoes in the Atrivis sector of the Outer Rim Territories. They often found work as bodyguards in the criminal underworld. During the New Sith Wars, a notable Makurth was Fohargh, a Sith Apprentice trained on Korriban. Read more...

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YevraEdit

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Yevra was a female Zabrak Sith apprentice, and later a Dark Lord of the Sith in the years leading up to the Seventh Battle of Ruusan. Yevra trained in the Sith academy on Korriban, and both her and her brother Llokay were fiercely loyal to the strongest of the students, a fellow Zabrak named Sirak. In the year 1000 BBY, Yevra and all the other Sith apprentices in the academy were promoted due to the Brotherhood of Darkness' need for Sith Lords on the front lines of the war against the Galactic Republic and the Jedi. A short time after Yevra's elevation, she, Llokay, and Sirak set a trap to eliminate a rival Sith, Bane, who had defeated, humiliated, and injured Sirak a short time before. However, the three were betrayed by a co-conspirator, Githany, who armed and fought alongside Bane in the confrontation. Yevra and Llokay were killed by Githany's lightwhip, and Sirak was killed shortly thereafter by Bane. Read more...

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Darth ZannahEdit

(Taken to GA by Lord Hydronium)

"I'm a killer, too."
―Zannah to Darth Bane[src]
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Darth Zannah was the first Sith apprentice in the Order of the Sith Lords, and the pupil of Darth Bane.

Born on Somov Rit, Zannah, known as Rain, was cousin to Root, Tomcat (Darovit) and Bug (Hardin). As a young girl, she was recruited to fight for Lord Hoth in the Army of Light during the fight on Ruusan. Upon her arrival on Ruusan, Rain was presumed killed when she fell out of the ship that was carrying her—unbeknownst to the Jedi, however, she was saved, and befriended, by the Bouncer Laa.

She was present at the Sixth Battle of Ruusan, when it was first prophesied that she would become a great Dark Jedi. After Laa and another Bouncer were killed by two Jedi, Rain was overcome with grief and lashed out in anger, killing the Jedi, and feeling the touch of the dark side. Shortly after this display of rage, she was found by Darth Bane, who decided to make the young girl his apprentice. Read more...

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Skirmish on Alaris PrimeEdit

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This skirmish took place in 1002 BBY during the New Sith Wars. In that year, Sergeant Dessel of the Gloom Walkers, a unit in the Sith Brotherhood of Darkness, was arrested by Lieutenant Ulabore for mutiny during the Battle of Phaseera, despite the fact that Dessel had gone on to lead the Sith forces to victory. This caused the troopers of the Gloom Walkers to feel dissent toward Ulabore. Shortly after, while on patrol on Alaris Prime, the unit was ambushed by Republic forces. Casualties were heavy on both sides, but the Republic troops were soon forced to retreat. Over the course of the battle, Ulabore was shot and killed by Lucia, a trooper in his unit. Afterward, the other members of the Gloom Walkers kept her betrayal a secret. Read More...

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GerranEdit

(Taken to GA by Jonjedigrandmaster)

"Your son was beloved by all the nobles of Doan."
―Serra, to the King of Doan, on Gerran[src]

Gerran was a Human male prince of the planet Doan. Sometime after the New Sith Wars he contracted Idolian fever, from which he was cured by the healer Serra. Gerran fell in love with Serra and the two married, albeit against his father's wishes. However, around this time the Doan Royal Family came into conflict with the planet's mining caste, and in 980 BBY the miners destroyed Gerran's airspeeder while attempting to capture the prince, accidentally killing him. Read more...

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Triumph (Theta-class T-1 vessel)Edit

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The Triumph was a Cygnus Spaceworks Theta-class T-1 vessel owned by Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane. Bane flew in the shuttle on a mission to the Deep Core planet Prakith in 980 BBY to acquire the holocron of Sith Lord Darth Andeddu. Bane subsequently took by force the knowledge of how to transfer one's essence into another body from the holocron during his journey in the Triumph back to his home on Ciutric IV. Read More...

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Victory (Theta-class T-1 vessel)Edit

(Taken to GA by Jonjedigrandmaster)

"You'll be taking your personal shuttle, I presume."
"That's right. The Victory over in hangar thirteen."
―Chet and Zannah[src]

The Victory was a Theta-class T-1 vessel used by Sith apprentice Darth Zannah. She flew in the shuttle on multiple occasions, including on her first mission to the planet Doan. After finding and recruiting the Dark Jedi Set Harth as her potential apprentice, she traveled in the Victory again to Doan, where she confronted her Master, Darth Bane. The duel ended in a draw, and Zannah was forced to flee the planet in her ship. Shortly after, she received a message in the Victory from Bane to come to Ambria and face him in a final duel for the title of Dark Lord of the Sith, which Zannah won. Read More...

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Skirmish in the Bandomeer hospitalEdit

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This skirmish took place in a hospital on Bandomeer in 987 BBY. After a failed kidnapping attempt on an InterGalactic Banking Clan official, the Meerian Salto Zendar was seriously injured. He began receiving treatment in the hospital on Bandomeer, but the Banking Clan put a large bounty on him, and several bounty hunters tracked him to the hospital.

The bounty hunter Lucia was the first to find Zendar, but a nurse, Serra, blocked her path. A Twi'lek bounty hunter suddenly arrived and shot Lucia, knocked Serra aside, and dragged Zendar away. Lucia attempted to follow but soon blacked out, and Serra quickly performed life-saving surgery on her. By the time the ensuing skirmish was over, Zendar was dead, along with four bounty hunters, two patients, and four members of the hospital staff. Afterward, Lucia vowed to protect Serra for saving her life. Read More...

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Theta-class T-1 vesselEdit

(Taken to GA by Jonjedigrandmaster)

"You'll be taking your personal shuttle, I presume."
"That's right. The Victory over in hangar thirteen."
―Chet and Darth Zannah[src]

The Theta-class T-1 vessel was a shuttle class manufactured by Cygnus Spaceworks around 980 BBY. Hyperspace-capable and requiring a minimum crew of only one, it was the highest-priced and one of the most luxurious personal shuttles on the market at the time. Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Bane owned and piloted one of these vessels, the Triumph; as did his apprentice, Darth Zannah, who flew in the Victory. Read More...

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Na'dazEdit

(Taken to GA by Clone Commander Lee)

"My Master was a great Sith Lord. He was particularly adept in the arts of lightsaber combat—a skill he passed on to me."
―Kas'im, regarding Na'daz[src]

Na'daz was a male Twi'lek Sith Lord who lived near the end of the New Sith Wars who was exceptionally skilled in the art of lightsaber combat. While on a visit to Nal Hutta, Na'daz found the young Force-sensitive Twi'lek slave Kas'im and bought him. Na'daz brought the young boy to the Outer Rim planet of Ryloth and trained him as his apprentice. In 1010 BBY, Na'daz was challenged by his apprentice in a lightsaber duel and slain. Kas'im later gave Na'daz's lightsaber to his pupil, Bane. Read More...

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Nalia AdolluEdit

(Taken to GA by Clone Commander Lee)

Nalia Adollu was a female Human Jedi Padawan from the Expansion Region planet Corsin. Following the Battle of Ruusan in 1000 BBY, Adollu was chosen to be the Padawan of the Pyn'gani Jedi Master Anno Wen-Chii. For at least five years, since 995 BBY, Adollu and her Master resided on Wen-Chii's homeworld of Polus. In 990 BBY, the Sith Lord Darth Zannah used Adollu's name and persona to sneak into the Jedi Temple on Coruscant in order to research information for her Master, Darth Bane. Read More...

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Finn (Sith)Edit

(Taken to GA by Jedi Kasra)

"Take me with you. I want to learn. I can learn."
"I have no use for a slave. And I already have an apprentice."
―Marka and Finn[src]

Finn was a Human male Sith Master who operated as a terrorist during the final years of the New Sith Wars. During his tenure as Sith, he trained a young man as his apprentice. Finn and his pupil traveled to a planet and planted a bomb in a building. After concluding business with an individual, they destroyed the building and proceeded to the landing pad where Finn's starship was located. When Finn's apprentice killed the Toydarian slave owner Lod in order to free the female Marka, Finn rebuked the young man. The pupil informed Finn that Marka was Force-sensitive, but the Sith Master—who was already aware of this—ordered his pupil to deal with her. As he boarded his ship, the apprentice and Marka arrived at the landing bay, and she begged Finn to take her so that she could learn the Sith ways. Finn replied that he already had an apprentice, and Marka killed the young man in order to take his role as Finn's pupil. Finn accepted her, demanding absolute loyalty from the young woman. Read More...

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MarkaEdit

(Taken to GA by Jedi Kasra)

"Master, I…"
"Take me with you. I want to learn. I can learn."
―Finn's Sith apprentice and Marka[src]

Marka was a Force-sensitive Human female who was enslaved to the Toydarian Lod. During the final years of the New Sith Wars, she encountered the Sith Master Finn and his apprentice. After Lod struck Marka for disobeying her, the apprentice killed the Toydarian, freeing her. She used a mind trick on the young man in an attempt to convince him to take her with the Sith, and she then followed the two Sith to their starship and begged Finn to allow her to accompany them. When the Sith Master refused, citing the fact that he already had an apprentice, Marka seized the apprentice's lightsaber and pushed him off the building's docking pad, murdering him. With his death, she assumed the role of Finn's new Sith apprentice. Read More...

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Finn's Sith apprenticeEdit

(Taken to GA by Jedi Kasra)

"Master… that girl… she… uh… I mean…"
"She tried a Force mind trick on you? Did you not sense it when they approached? The Force is powerful with her."
―The male Sith apprentice and Finn[src]

This Human male served as Sith Master Finn's apprentice during the final years of the New Sith Wars. He traveled to a planet with Finn and helped him plant a bomb in a building. After concluding business with an individual, they destroyed the building and proceeded to the landing pad where Finn's starship was located. On the way to the ship, the apprentice murdered the Toydarian slave owner Lod in order to free the endentured female Marka, who was being abused by the Toydarian. Finn promptly rebuked the young man for this act of compassion. After he was struck by Finn, Marka helped him up and attempted to use a mind trick to convince the apprentice to take her with the two Sith. He informed Finn, who was already aware of Marka's connection with the Force, and was instructed to deal with her. However, he did not deal with Marka, and later met Finn at the Sith Master's ship along with the woman. After Finn refused to take Marka with them, Marka seized the apprentice's lightsaber and threw him off the landing pad, sending the man plummeting to his death. Read More...

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LodEdit

(Taken to GA by Jedi Kasra)

"Excuse me, but would you be interested in another servant? I'm prepared to be quite reasonable."
―Lod, to Finn and his apprentice[src]

Lod was a Toydarian male slave master who owned a young Human female named Marka during the final years of the New Sith Wars. The two encountered the Sith Master Finn and his apprentice after they destroyed a building on the planet. He instructed Marka to impress the Sith in an attempt to sell her to them. When she refused, Lod struck Marka, knocking her to the ground. Lod then conversed with Finn and insulted the apprentice, which angered the young man. The apprentice murdered Lod, freeing Marka from slavery. Read More...

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The Rakata and the Unknown WorldEdit

(Taken to GA by Jedi Kasra)

The Rakata and the Unknown World was a book written and published by the Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Revan sometime during the Jedi Civil War. In the book, Revan focused on the ancient Rakata species and their homeworld, known then as the Unknown World. Three millennia later, during the New Sith Wars, the book was one of the texts kept in the archives of the Sith Academy on the planet Korriban. The volume was studied by the Sith student Bane, who read the book extensively. Read More...

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Pyn'ganiEdit

(Taken to GA by Clone Commander Lee)

Pyngani

The Pyn'gani were a Near-Human sentient species from the Outer Rim planet Polus. To protect them from the extreme cold of their homeworld, their cities were shielded by heat generators. The Pyn'gani played a major role in developing the carbon freezing process, and mining carbonite produced a large proportion of the income for Polus. One Pyn'gani was the reclusive Jedi Master Anno Wen-Chii, who lived around 1000 BBY. Read More...

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Anno Wen-ChiiEdit

(Taken to GA by Clone Commander Lee)

Anno Wen-Chii was a reclusive Pyn'gani Jedi Master who lived near the end of the New Sith Wars. In 995 BBY, he and his Padawan, Nalia Adollu, went to his homeworld, Polus, to study life-forms; they were not seen on Coruscant for the next five years. Wen-Chii was a good friend of the Jedi librarian Barra-Rona-Ban, with whom he had worked in the Jedi Archives. Read More...

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Ayanos BactraEdit

(Taken to GA by Jinzler)

Ayanos Bactra was a male Quermian Sith Lord who ruled a region in the Grumani sector during the Republic Dark Age. While most of his Sith neighbors fought against each other, Bactra avoided battles and established himself as an arms dealer, using corporations as a means by which he could expand his influence. In 1032 BBY, Bactra made a deal with the Sith Lord Daiman, whereby he would supply Daiman with an arxeum—a type of mobile university dedicated to the study of war sciences—in return for Daiman allowing him access to the world Vellas Pavo, which was competing with Bactra's superconductor interests. Bactra traveled to the planet Gazzari with a small fleet and handed over an arxeum to Daiman's forces. However, Daiman's grandmother, Vilia Calimondra, sent a message to Daiman and his brother, Odion, ordering them to turn on Bactra. The two brothers sent their forces to attack Bactra's holdings, and, within a few days, Bactra's empire had fallen. Read More...

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GSI-21DEdit

(Taken to GA by The Holocron)

The GSI-21D was a disruptor pistol manufactured by Galactic Solutions Industries. It was used by officers and veterans of the Brotherhood of Darkness's Sith army during the New Sith Wars and was illegal in most Galactic Republic sectors because of its power. The GSI-21D was efficient at vaporizing flesh, droid plating, and armor. Read More...

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XelianEdit

(Taken to GA by Jinzler)

Xelian was a Human female Sith who lived during the Republic Dark Age. One of seven children of the Sith Lord Vilia Calimondra, Xelian fought in a war between the siblings, to decide which one would become their mother's heir. However, her brother Chagras eventually emerged as the victor of the contest. Read More...

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MandragallEdit

(Taken to GA by Jinzler)

"I don't know where longevity comes from with these people, but it isn't the lifestyle."
―The mercenary Jarrow Rusher, after reciting to Jedi Knight Kerra Holt the fates of Mandragall and Elcho Kressh[src]

Mandragall was a Human male Sith Lord who ruled a region of space during the Republic Dark Age. By using mercenaries and pirates, he was able to achieve significant military success, but he was eventually murdered by the Sith Xelian. Read More...

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TC-22 blaster rifleEdit

(Taken to GA by The Holocron)

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The TC-22 blaster rifle was used by new recruits in the Brotherhood of Darkness's Sith army during the New Sith Wars. Later, during the Galactic Civil War, an updated version of the blaster rifle was used by both the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance's soldiers by 1.5 ABY. Read More...

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ChagrasEdit

(Taken to GA by Jinzler)

"For years, Sith conquests in this region stalled due to infighting. Until only Chagras was left from his generation—and peace came."
―Arkadia Calimondra[src]

Chagras was a Human male who became a Sith Lord during the Republic Dark Age. He was one of seven children of Vilia Calimondra, a Sith Lord who had established a large empire in the Grumani sector, and he fought against his siblings in a contest to determine which one of them would become their mother's heir. During the war, he became the leader of a Sith state known as the Chagras Hegemony and gained control of large regions of space. Chagras eventually emerged as the victor of the contest and became Calimondra's heir. In 1042 BBY, he launched a campaign against the Galactic Republic, but before he could conquer many worlds, he was killed under unexplained circumstances in 1040 BBY by a nerve toxin. Read More...

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Kr'saangEdit

(Taken to GA by Axinal)

"What was he?"
"Kr'saang. He led shock troopers, as my lord knows. Specialist Unit Two Hundred Seven, in our accounting."
―Daiman and Uleeta[src]

Kr'saang, who insisted that others refer to him as Kr'saang the Togorian, was a male Togorian mercenary during the Republic Dark Age. He led the Specialist Unit Two Hundred Seven brigade of shock troopers and owned the vessel Dar'oosh. In 1032 BBY, he was invited along with several other mercenaries to the Sanctum Celestial on Darkknell by the Sith Lord Daiman. Daiman, planning a trap for his brother, Odion, hired the mercenaries to prepare an ambush at the planet Gazzari. However, when Kr'saang expressed anger at the Sith Lord, who preferred sabotage and ambushes over straight-up fights, Daiman swiftly cut the Togorian into four pieces with his lightsaber. Kr'saang's forces were then inducted into Daiman's slave army. Read More...

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GenarraEdit

(Taken to GA by Jinzler)

"Exceptional times call for exceptional measures. One such measure came when the Republic turned to Jedi for political leadership. Jedi Chancellors such as Your Grace have served to guide both the Republic and Order through many a storm."
―Jedi Master Vannar Treece, in a report sent to Chancellor Genarra[src]

Genarra was a female Jedi Master who served as the Supreme Chancellor of the Galactic Republic and the leader of Jedi Order during the New Sith Wars, circa 1032 BBY. Following her appointment as Chancellor, Genarra chose not to directly sponsor attacks against the Sith, the enemies of the Republic. However, she did not oppose the activities of Vannar Treece, a Jedi Master who organized expeditions into Sith space. Treece sent Genarra a number of reports, including one that detailed an upcoming mission to the Grumani sector. Read More...

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Unification PoliciesEdit

(Taken to GA by Cal Jedi)

"And it was his so-called Unification Policies that have drawn so many worlds back into the web of Republic influence."
―Paak, a member of a separatist group, on Tarsus Valorum[src]

The Unification Policies were a set of legal guidelines and recommendations proposed by Supreme Chancellor Tarsus Valorum around 1000 BBY. They were used as part of the Ruusan Reformation to unify the Galactic Republic after the devastating New Sith Wars. The main opposition for the policies came from many separatist groups that wanted to keep their star systems out of the Republic. Read More...

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The EnvoyEdit

(Taken to GA by Eyrezer)

"One day…one day I'll pluck every one of your feathers and tickle you with them!"
―Lord Farfalla[src]
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The Envoy was a winged female Jedi in the service of Valenthyne Farfalla during the Ruusan campaign. On good terms with the charismatic Farfalla, the Envoy played a key role in mediating the frosty relationship between Lord Hoth and her own commander. This enabled the defeat of the Brotherhood of Darkness, though at great cost to the Jedi. Read more...

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New Sith WarsEdit

(Taken to GA by QuentinGeorge)

"Either we win this war or the Sith will, and what then will change?"
Lord Hoth[src]
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The New Sith War, also known as the Light and Darkness War, or the Draggulch Period, and known to the Sith as the War of the Fittest, The Betrayal and The Curse of Qalydon, is the name given to the thousand years of conflict between the Jedi and the Sith, which lasted from approximately 2000 to 1000 BBY. The last century of the conflict is commonly known as the Republic Dark Age, and the name Light and Darkness War is sometimes specifically applied to the final series of battles between the Sith Brotherhood of Darkness and the Jedi Army of Light. Read more...

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