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Characters awaiting approval / Re: Tanath Elui
« Last post by Cipherhornet18 on March 13, 2018, 03:23:41 PM »
News & Information / Re: News & Information
« Last post by Ellen_Ripley on March 08, 2018, 06:01:13 PM »
I'm still here and I must say even with the three of us its rather entertaining. I wouldn't worry too much about it Cipher, time will take care of things. I see Sorra has submitted a character, get that approved soon and we can do something more.
Characters awaiting approval / Tanath Elui
« Last post by sorra on March 07, 2018, 06:37:50 PM »
*Face Claim Anna Lutoskin*


  NAME:   Tanath Elui (El-loo-ee)
  FACTION:   Rebels
  RANK:    TBA
  MASTER:    N/A
  SPECIES:    Human
  AGE:   17
  GENDER:    Female
  HEIGHT:    5’4”
  WEIGHT:   118 lbs


Tanath’s looks are deceiving. Though she doesn’t regard herself as neither short nor tall, her slender frame gives the impression of weakness. That is the first mistake others make in her, for beneath the clothing and outer shell is a toughness that many envy. Strong and fit, with her long mane of red hair she draws eyes to her wherever she goes. Her green eyes sparkle with humour most of the time, she tends to see the bright side through them where others falter. Her skin is fair, with a smattering of freckles across her face, making her look far younger than she is.


She is green through and through, and this shines in her personality. Very much the epitome of “never tell me the odds,” she is quick to talk and even quicker to action, the Elui name lending her a feeling of invincibility that is dangerous for one so young. However, despite behaving like nothing more than the child she really is on most occasions, none can deny that she possesses a quick-witted intelligence that makes her quite formidable in certain scenarios.

Without a doubt her greatest flaw is the cocky attitude that one would consider an attribute among all Corellians. For a seventeen-year-old Tani has the tendency to walk lines she perhaps shouldn’t, and this has the capacity to land her in very dangerous situations that she has no way out of, but she somehow always manages to find an escape, whether thanks to her older siblings or her father’s influence.

While she may for all intents and purposes appear just another kid that doesn’t know any better, Tanith is in fact quite smart when it comes to the underworld, and she knows how to walk and talk her way through most anything thrown at her. If she’s not able to do it herself, she uses what few connections a teenager can have to do so for her. Her unique intelligence and the web of contacts she has spun even at a young age make her a very different sort of criminal.


Anything connected to a con, anything that involves making a quick turn around and a profit. Other than that Tani loves nothing more than the quiet solitude of sitting near a pool of water alone to reflect on the universe around her.


Positive traits

+ Street smart: If one looks past her age, there is no denying that Tanith is very well-versed in just how the street politics of running a criminal empire work, and they are something she undoubtedly uses to her advantage every time she leaves the Elui manor.
+ What’s in a name: There is without a doubt one thing Tanith learned very early on, and that’s the power that a name like Elui brings. Whether this is a blessing or a curse remains to be seen, but she certainly knows how to use it to her advantage.
+ Looks can be deceiving: While not the greatest combatant by any stretch, Tanith knows how to shoot a blaster, and she can handle herself in what minor scraps she gets in fairly easily. She may not be the most dangerous thing walking the streets, but she is without a doubt the one people tend to underestimate the most.

Negative traits

- Rocket fuel for blood: Perhaps the closest equivalent to a living embodiment of this phrase, Tanith is slow in backing down from most anything – especially challenges. This gets her into trouble more often than out of it, and is the reason she’s behind most of the calls Jaymes receives that pertain to his children.
- Silence is a virtue: To put it plainly, Tanith runs her mouth. A lot. While she can certainly talk her way into a myriad of high places, typically she’s just getting herself into even more trouble.
- Just a kid: As much as she would like to advocate for the contrary, Tanith is just thirteen and thusly suffers all the drawbacks this entails, whether she likes it or not. A crime lord’s daughter though she may be, this only grants so many passes in the game of life.
- “Normal”: For Tanith, normalcy has always been living life as a crime lord’s daughter, and all of the inherent nuances of criminal and street politics that come with it. She’s used to having to watch her back even in friendly territory, and is thusly inherently ready for trouble.


Born the fifth of seven children to Jaymes and Evelyn Elui, Tanith was part of a legacy far bigger than herself before she was able to entirely understand just how much weight the name Elui held. Her early childhood was a fairly normal one, comprised of the typical mischief and games that all children partook in. There was nothing that set her apart from others her age, except perhaps the home to which she returned at the end of the day, and her last name that gave other children cause for avoiding her.

As she grew older her outings only strayed further and further from the Elui manor, until one day the unthinkable happened. Her older brother had crossed the imaginary borders and gone too far in his destruction, burning down a Menendi warehouse. The incident ended in him getting shot and wounded, and that confrontation marked the first occurrence of violence that struck the family themselves. That spoke a clear warning that the name Menendi would soon be its own force to be reckoned with, and the boundaries were drawn more clearly on every corner afterward.

Ever since then the mischief has only become more prevalent, with those on each side of the line toeing the barest edges of the territory but never quite inciting violence as explosive as that singular blaster shot years previously. The bitterness among the younger generation of Eluis only increased after what happened to their brother, the name Menendi spoken like a curse.

From there she began wandering, leaving the weight of the family behind her at only fifteen, then a brief stint with smugglers until she finally somehow found herself with the newly awoken rebel forces.
News & Information / Re: News & Information
« Last post by Mim on February 21, 2018, 10:10:19 PM »
 We'll get there Cipher, as I said earlier, sometimes these things can be slow to start. At the moment as with the ebb and flow of popularity in franchises, SW is low on the list at the moment. It will pick up and when I have some time I will do the add on RPG-D, I only need a decent selling post to achieve it.
News & Information / Re: News & Information
« Last post by Cipherhornet18 on February 21, 2018, 01:14:30 AM »
NEWS POST - 2/20/18

This is not exactly good news, but it's not bad either.

There will be a conclusion to the Rebels mission here soon, and after that, we're going to pause for a bit. The reasons are a few. First of all, let's be bluntly honest here, I've done a crap job at recruitment. We effectively have 2 players and getting additional players and characters has proven to be, well, unreliable at best. This means that there's going to be a review in the plot arcs and directions. There is not likely to be a change in setting still, but if people cannot come up with characters that work for them, I have to determine if it is because new arrivals find the story to be incompatible with their ideas.

As of right now, the Privateers are no longer going to be an option until three or more players present interest and characters before I consider re-opening it and reviving the plot arc work for it.

For the moment, I'm looking to resume within a month's time. However, if interest only continues to decline, there may be some serious reconsideration as to our current situation and I may need to re-tailor the entire game to meet a much smaller scope.

On a personal note, I'm not going to lie here, I do care a great deal about this game and the work that has gone into this, which makes the seeming lack of popularity and commitment to this all the more difficult. I want to see this grow and advance but it cannot do that without a player base. It seems like even placing on the top of the highest voted RPGs a couple months ago did very little to boost our numbers, which has made me, admitedly, a bit wary of where to get people involved. Typically, I've had to rely on word of mouth and good graces, but now, I'm at a loss. For that, I accept my responsibility in effectively knee-capping my own venture.

So, expect a conclusion for the Rebels mission shortly, and then those of you still here can take a breather and I'll set about tearing this place apart until I figure out why it has attracted so few people and even fewer to commit.
Cruiser "Kingslayer" / Re: Task Force Squad Bay
« Last post by Satre Pelles on February 18, 2018, 12:32:15 AM »
"That is not a strategic option that is available to us. For a multitude of reasons." K-6X1 said dryly. It was something of a design mark of the KX-series of droids that they tended to be very blunt.

"And why is that?" Satre asked.

"First, the Inquisitor's authority has been restricted on Lord Vader's order. The fact that you choose to follow his orders is your own decision, but he has been stripped of command authority normally granted to the Inquisitors. Secondly, all strategic assets needed to commence this operation are not in place. The Justice Action Network's leadership has not yet been identified. Saw Gurrera of the Partisans has been missing for some time. And the Alliance's leadership has not been fully identified and their base of operations is still an unknown." K-6X1 replied.

"What about just in the Tapani Sector, then?" Satre demanded.

"DT-F-118, if that was an option, it would be presented. As it stands, it does not exist as an option. The only course before us is to back step who has been in collusion with Doctor Althzaria and work from there." K-6X1 explained, again flatly. Using Satre's identification did somewhat grate, but it was supposed to be her new name. Only her actions that she demonstrated that fateful night allowed her to keep her true name.

"I will, however, maintain a status report with Imperial Intelligence and the ISB to make such an operation more feasible in the future. For the time being, we must continue to act within the mandate of Task Force 101, which is that we are to surgically strike Rebel cells of any type." K-6X1 added after tilting its head slightly.
House Calipsa Space / Re: Kamper
« Last post by Sabe Baize on February 18, 2018, 12:22:32 AM »
<Astral Nomad>

"...I just replaced those things! I am sending that tech a very strongly worded message after this!" Zhug shouted, mostly at himself, at the news that one of the gun turrets just died.

"Hyperspace calculations are done. Can we go already?!" Myn pleaded.

The freighter executed a roll before zipping between the two sections of the frigate. Zhug then pulled the lever back and the stars reeled backwards until becoming a solid blue field and the Nomad was safely away to hyperspace.

"We're going to jump around a bit before we head to base. Why don't you all take a load off and kick back in the common area." Zhug said, waving towards the cockpit door.

Sabe was already waiting, glad to no longer be shooting something she couldn't hit anything with. Myn paced around for a moment before finally pointing at the three women.

"Just who the karking hell are you people?! I've seen Black Sun hit squads with more subtlety than you all." Myn finally demanded.

Sabe glanced between Visas and Laya to see who would handle this question.
Cruiser "Kingslayer" / Re: Task Force Squad Bay
« Last post by Tak Imsen on February 14, 2018, 06:33:08 PM »
Age, it was a curse even for a Jedi. You could fight it off for many years with your survival instincts overriding any early onset of the disease that no one was immune to, still clinging to the belief that you were invincible- in the end it was fruitless, for no matter what you did, time will still beat you. Tak was more than conscious of the fact, his bones were nagging him despite all the healing in the galaxy he was still doomed. He shook the dread thoughts off, telling himself he wasn't done yet.

Taking in all the data from the droid he stood silent for longer than he might otherwise do. There was more at stake than simply the survival of the Empire; that drove him to his conclusion. "We must find a way to drive the seeds of hatred between these factions, find a way to set them one against the other. When the result comes to us, we will be ready to destroy them all, the Emperor will expect nothing less of us. Inform our agents wherever they are, Operation Divide will begin immediately. Satre, I am placing you in command of this mission, as far as I can see no one else can be trusted to see it through. Unless of course you both have other ideas?"
House Calipsa Space / Re: Kamper
« Last post by Asalaya Emaalon on February 12, 2018, 06:25:47 PM »
<Astral Nomad>

'Thump, thump, thump!' Laya's gun were pumping out a melting stream of fire. If it missed something, she certainly did an excellent job in running up a screen of defensive fire just to be sure. The problem was she was getting over eager barely taking her fingers off the fire control to give the gun system a chance to reconfigure after each successive barrage. It could only sustain so much energy, if it wasn't the fire control system itself, something else was likely to go against her in the madness she had seemingly little influence over; it was the force and she had no idea what it was doing to her.

Then the inevitable happened. A loud crack just to her left below her feet, the acrid smell of something electrical blowing up, sparks showered her legs and when she looked down the main lead into the directional servo motor had fried. "I'm out!" She yelled over her coms. She could still fire but her turret was locked in a forward upwards position.
Side Threads & Alternate Universe / Re: Elsewhere...
« Last post by Cipherhornet18 on February 09, 2018, 11:17:39 PM »
Empire Interlude I

Imperial-I Star Destroyer Glory

"Message coming in from Mrlsst, Grand Admiral."

"Thank you, Lieutenant. I'll take it in my ready room." Grand Admiral Demetrius Zaarin said, pivoting around and striding confidently off the bridge. He wore the same olive drab uniform as the rest of his officers, eschewing the white uniform normally attributed to Grand Admirals. It was gaudy, in his opinion, and in the end, Zaarin did not want to be that separated from his officers. He made his way down the corridor and to his ready room, activating the holoprojector. Captain Sarkli appeared.

"Report, Captain." Zaarin said, taking a seat at his desk. Sarkli appeared to be in his transport, standing and holding his communicator in one hand while holding onto a hand hold above him.

"Althzaria is dead. The lunatic was about to sell his project to the JAN, and those rebels were here in force." Sarkli said, "And there was another unit here. An Inquisitor and a Death Trooper were with them."

"Well, that is indeed interesting, Captain. I had heard rumors that Corvae's idea of a multiservice team was being evaluated, I didn't realize it became a reality." Zaarin said, pressing his fingertips together as he leaned back in his chair.

"They might become a problem, sir." Sarkli replied, the commando's expression had turned from professional into a slight scowl.

"Oh, I agree, Captain. But we have to be measured at this juncture, otherwise, well, we're going to waste a lot of effort. Were you able to recover the bioweapon?" Zaarin asked.

"No, sir. Althzaria never finished it. He lied to us. I made sure our slicers removed any trace of us from his files that shouldn't be there, as you requested." Sarkli said. Zaarin frowned.

"That complicates matters a great deal. Very well. Return to your ship and begin preparations for Phase One. Your targets will be sent to you soon." Zaarin said.

"Yes, sir." Sarkli replied and his image faded. Zaarin leaned forward and tapped several commands into his desk console before the holoprojector activated again, but the image was just the silhouette of a man. On the other end, the recipient had no image at all.

"Arclight is ready." The silhouette said in a distorted voice.

"Begin Phase One." Zaarin replied and closed the channel. He then stood up and exited his ready room, returning to the bridge.

"Lieutenant. Signal the Thunderer, Conqueror, and Imperator. Inform them to initiate Phase One of their wargames simulations. Then send a signal to 20th Fleet informing them we are conducting wargame exercises and will need permission to enter the Tapani Sector as part of these simulations. Pass that along to the Agonizer as well. It would be poor form to keep Admiral Rogriss in the dark." Zaarin ordered.

"As ordered, Grand Admiral."
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