https://brorlandi.github.io/StarWarsIntroCreator/#!/AKx3327WveKgmDMxegb3...You sit quietly with the communications and tactical officers of the Liberator, having stayed unmoving since the battle aboard the Vanguard had begun two hours prior. You had been on call with the crew when the initial salvo of ion bolts from the Liberator and Cutlass slammed into the Vanguard; Arcs and bands of electrical energy jumping along its hull before all that remained was the barest of systems. From what you could gleam from the helmet cameras everything but the Magnetic Shielding and Life Support systems were still functional and if it weren’t for a quick use of your Tractor Beams the Vanguard would have begun to drift down towards Rothana below. Even two hours later your stormtroopers were fighting through the corridors, room by room, door by door. Your suspicions of the crew's loyalty however was wrong, as much of the flight crew and actual staffing officers were quick to surrender; It was the stormtroopers that were staffed on the Vanguard that were giving you trouble. While you outnumbered the troops by a significant margin, the fight was spreading out from a core position that was deeply concerning: The Engine deck.With that fact in mind you decide that enough was enough, you did not want to have to, but you decide that:>A. You’ll have to gut the Liberator, target the reactor.>B. A little goes a long way, prepare the Spacetroopers>C. It will be risky, but Prepare the TIE Borders.
>>1997585>>B. A little goes a long way, prepare the Spacetroopers
>A, target that reactor boi
>>1997585>B. A little goes a long way, prepare the SpacetroopersVent the sucker
>>B. A little goes a long way, prepare the Spacetroopers
>>1997585>B. A little goes a long way, prepare the Spacetroopers
>>1997585Without the ship’s systems online the magnetic shielding would not be able to activate in the reactor’s shielding dome you call for the two Gamma-Class Shuttles to begin preparations for Spacetrooper operations around the reactor dome. With the potential threat of a the troopers being insane enough to actually detonate the hypermatter reactor would potentially cause catastrophic damage to the fleet. Even if it was a 10 percent chance, you had to assume that the closer you approached the reactor and the more men were put into jeopardy that they would be more determined to do exactly what you feared.In the face of this your options are limited, and Spacetroopers are without a doubt your best option for both trooper survivability and rapid deployment. Armed with a blaster cannon, concussion grenades and the ability to fight and survive in the vacuum, they would be the best option.>Roll me a d100+10 for the Surprise factor.
Rolled 86 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998275
Rolled 53 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998275Ded
Rolled 1 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998275
Rolled 60 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998275
>>1998286lolknight of faggotia
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>1998275
>>1998286>Instructions unclear, spacetroopers perform boarding action on own ship.
Rolled 35 + 10 (1d100 + 10)
>>1998286Vader is looking down upon you from the force with dissapoint
>>1998306I TRIED TO HELP OKAY
>>1998275It seems that your assumptions of the Stormtroopers plan was wrong, as just as the two Gamma-Class shuttles begin to clear the hangar bay the tactical officer begins to scream alarms as the Vanguard begins to register that it’s systems are back online. You don’t even have time to order to bring the deflector shields online before you are knocked to your knees as a turbolaser impact rocks the craft. By the shields are finally up, the turbolaser batteries on the port side have been damaged and the ships Ion Engines have sparked back to life. To make matters worse, your comms officer reports that the ship had sent word to the two Venators and they were already beginning to jump to hyperspace. >What do you do? (Pick Two)>A. Attempt to make contact with the Venators>B. Reroute the Gamma-Class shuttles to the bridge, you need to shut that ship down ASAP>C. Keep the Gamma-Class shuttles on course, you need to kill the engine now!>D. Damn it all, Destroy the Vanguard!
>>1998357>A. Attempt to make contact with the Venators>B. Reroute the Gamma-Class shuttles to the bridge, you need to shut that ship down ASAP
>>1998357>A. Attempt to make contact with the Venators>C. Keep the Gamma-Class shuttles on course, you need to kill the engine now!
>>1998357>>A. Attempt to make contact with the Venators>C. Keep the Gamma-Class shuttles on course, you need to kill the engine now!
>>1998357>>B. Reroute the Gamma-Class shuttles to the bridge, you need to shut that ship down ASAP
>>1998357>>A. Attempt to make contact with the VenatorsSend them the message we recorded earlier>B. Reroute the Gamma-Class shuttles to the bridge, you need to shut that ship down ASAP
>>1998357>>A. Attempt to make contact with the Venators>>B. Reroute the Gamma-Class shuttles to the bridge, you need to shut that ship down ASAP
>>1998357>C. Keep the Gamma-Class shuttles on course, you need to kill the engine now!Goddammit, Knight, you really fucked us over.
>>1998357You are quick to order the communications hub to send the two oncoming Venators the recording of Karsavo, ordering the two ships to stand down. While there is no response to your communications, you can only hope they obey. With that you also are quick to order the Gamma-Class shuttles up and above to the bridge. With the engine running you had no doubt that the fight was now being taken to your men in an attempt to leverage freedom, which meant that you had to ensure the ship could not escape or as it had already shown, fight back.>Roll me a d100-10, please.
Rolled 40 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 74 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>1998776
Rolled 9 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 70 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998776
Rolled 4 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 5 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998776
Rolled 49 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>1998776
Rolled 1 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>2000346check this roll though
Rolled 28 - 10 (1d100 - 10)>>1998776
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>2000346What did you expect? As the number of rolls goes up, the probability of a critical failure approaches 100%.
>>2000426To think your roll would have saved them
>>1998776Even as your To shuttles clamp onto the top of the Vanguard’s bridge when you see the ejection of the trash compactor and before you can even attempt to fire upon the ship you watch it seemingly extend before accelerating off into the distance in the same way as it would through hyperspace. “Helmsmen, Track that ship and prepare the hyperdrive; Wherever they hope to escape to we are giving pursuit!” You order, running to the front of the bridge as the usual blue-and-white blend of space warped around the vessel.>What Else do you do? (Pick One)>A. Call in the Tie Phantoms and Defenders to harass the Liberator, Their Class 1 Hyperdrives will allow them to strike fast.>B. Contact the Venator’s Again
>>2002108Assuming it's too late to run off and offer our services to the hutt cartel>B
>A, harrass dat thing
>>2002108>>B. Contact the Venator’s Again
>>2002108>>B. Contact the Venator’s AgainSomething is telling me that sending four TIE fighters against even a partially functioning capitol ship is asking to have our flashy inties get blown to bits
>>2002108>B. Contact the Venator’s Again
>>2002119Well Defenders on their own are really fucking good.
>>20021192 of the fighters can cloak and the other two have ion cannons for knocking out capital ships.
>>2002108>B. Contact the Venator’s AgainLet’s trust in our spacetroopers to take over the bridge.
>>2002194They wouldn't be able to launch from the shuttle since you know...hyperspace
>>2002203Sounds like rebel talk to me, this is the Empire, we have reserves.
>>2002108As your Ships continue to rocket through hyperspace you send out mailings to the pair of Venator Star Destroyers you were now moving towards and this time you actually receive a holo communication from one, The ‘Intrepid’. The officer was a mess, even with the blue and white distortion you could see the slight cuts and blood dripping from the man’s head.“This is Acting Captain Derius Noct of the Intrepid.” The man says, saluting, though the slight pant makes it evident that he is exhausted. “I apologize for the lack of communication, but the previous Captain was a part of Karasavo’s fold and your message has reeked havoc on the ship. We’ve only just ended fighting on the bridge but battles are continuing throughout the ship.” He informs you.You salute the man before speaking “I’m glad to see there are more loyal members of the Empire among us. The Liberator is on route with us in pursuit, if fighting subsides I wouldn’t ask, but if we need your aid I expect it, Captain Noct.” You inform him.“Yes Sir!” He replies, and the transmission ends.>You at least have confirmation that the Intrepid is semi-loyal, but the battle is upon you!>A. Drop out of hyperspace and deploy fighters>B. Drop out and open fire with your fleet advantage>C. Drop out and attempt to force a surrender.>D. Drop out and watch the Spacetroopers work.
>>2002288>D. Drop out and watch the Spacetroopers work.
>>2002288>C. Drop out and attempt to force a surrender.
>>2002288>DAnd C if it's possible to do both.
>>2002288>>D. Drop out and watch the Spacetroopers work.
Roll a 1d100+20 to see if you intimidate the crew. Bonus from your fleet and the Spacetroopers
Rolled 53 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2002376
Rolled 61 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2002376
Rolled 35 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2002376
Rolled 97 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2002376
>>2002389Bow before me, mortals.
>>2002389>>2002395You sure you wanna bring up Dice KA?>KnightAnon (ID: HY+NXzyr) > Rolled 1 + 10 (1d100 + 10)You sure about that? (Good job tho, you got us into this mess and you you're taking steps to get us out)
>>2002288As you drop out of hyperspace along with the fleet, you can already see the the two Dreadnaughts moving into position, the ‘Seax’ and ‘Cutlass’ disgorging T.I.E’s in preparation. Before that occurs however, you hail the bridge of the Vanguard. When your communications officer confirms that the channel is stable you speak. You don’t bother to broadcast your visage, as your words enough should inspire what you need. “This is Captain Varien Sydonix of the Star Destroyer Liberator, Lower your shields and surrender. As we speak the Eighty-odd Spacetroopers cutting into your command deck are doing their job, and once they succeed, well it will not take them long to shut down the ship, knock out your magnetic shielding and you will be all vented into the vacuum of space along with your atmosphere. From there i’m sure you can imagine how pleasant it will be to suffer from explosive decompression and asphyxiation. You have this last chance to surrender and submit to Imperial law, make your decision.” With that you gesture and the transmission cuts out. You wait for a good five minutes, all the while the slight sparks of your men cutting through the rectangular command bridge present. Finally however the ships shields power down and those troops still onboard confirm a general surrender.The battle is over, you have secured your victory.>What do you do?>A. Karasavo’s quarters must be searched, you must find if there were more traitors.>B. Round up the men and wait for the Venators>C. Status Report.
If possible, A and C seems like a good idea
>>2002632>A. Karasavo’s quarters must be searched, you must find if there were more traitors.
>>2002632“Mattis, Get a report from all stations and have it ready for when we conviene after stand down; I’m going to see what Karsavo was planning.” You order, and with a salute you leave the bride, a squad of four Stormtroopers flanking you as you make your way to the Hangar. You don’t trust the surrender, but you had to ensure whatever information was in his cabin was not tampered with. It is a short flight, and a secure one no less as the hangar is mostly been made into a impromptu fortress. With that all in mind, it still surprises you to see what your men had managed to do with only two hours, twenty minutes of that having been dedicated to securing said hanger from the Vanguard’s troops. E-Web’s and small fortifications of boxes and other random objects having been made into fighting positions pointing towards the major doors. The corner had been changed into a triage, with emergency medical tent for the more severely wounded. You had to give Aldo credit, his stormtroopers were incredibly effective. Stepping down the ramp and flanked by your impromptu bodyguard, you give a nod and salute to the troops you pass before making your way towards the hangar deck.>Roll me a D20
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>2002768
Rolled 4 (1d20)>>2002768
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>2002768
Rolled 13 (1d20)>>2002768here goes nothing
>>2002787Congrats, we aren't getting ambushedOn to the fun and IMPORTANT shit
>>2002768Reaching the quarters of the captain the door slides open without a sound, the cylinders that you had taken from the wounded Karsavo allowing you access. The room is clean and surprisingly well decorated, with a deep red carpet emblazoned with the Imperial logo replacing the usually dull grey metal flooring. Along the walls were a number of art pieces including those made of the once captain himself; Even a liquor cabinet stocked with Corellian Whiskey and a bottle of Mandalorian ne’tra gal. You were certain you were going to have to...keep these safe.Shaking your head however you finally get back to business. There had to be something, Files, documents, anything. It was time to find them>A. Search his computer Terminal>B. Search for any physical records>C. Screw it, save the liquor and the rare art, otherwise tear the room apart!
>>2002842>B. Search for any physical records
>>2002842>>A. Search his computer Terminal>>B. Search for any physical records
>>2002842>A. Search his computer Terminal
>>2002842As you search the room you call a technician to bring a slicing kit to access the terminal, returning to look along the walls of his quarters. It was obvious that much of his reason for keeping this post rather than moving to a higher one was due in part to the fact that this cabin had been ornately furnished with after service looks that were usually unacceptable for his station. Slowly peeling off the paintings, and throwing the less valuable ones (Karsavo) you find exactly what you were looking for: A safe.Well, you could only really call it a safe, however it was more of a transparisteel case.There were a number of data disks and a case of unknown objects, but it were the other strange trinkets that made you pause. They were a trio of objects of various different geometrical shapes, each about the size of your hand. What struck you as strange wasn’t exactly the colors of them, but you could only call it an...intuition, an instinct.>What do you take?>A. The Square>B. The Triangle>C. The Rhombus>D. Screw it, take all of them.
>>2003431>D. Screw it, take all of them.
>>2003431>>D. Screw it, take all of them.
>>2003431>>D. Screw it, take all of them.Is there really any other choice?
>>2003431Oh fug Holocrons. Better hope Jerec is too busy looking for Ruusan instead of old republic/sith empire artifacts
>>2003431>D. Screw it, take all of them.LOOT
>>2003431You decide that these trinkets would make an excellent first mark of victory for you and your budding fleet. After smashing the transparisteel front and grabbing the Objects, by the time the technician finally arrives you simply request the data to be brought to your quarters. As you ride the Lambda-Class shuttle back to your post upon the Liberator you allow the slight hum of the Ion Engines lull you into a state of near unconsciousness; Awakened only by the jolt of the landing legs engaging. You realized for the second time that you had been conscious for the last fifty hours or so, and the prospect of retiring for a few hours at the least is a welcome one to you.Giving your orders to your Junior staff you ride the turbolift back to your quarters and after setting your newest trophies on your desk (you make a note to get a shelf for them) you stumble into your bed and you feel yourself fall under without so much as a thought. However your dreams are a strange one, as the world around you went from the dull grey and black of your office and space to a greyish and white landscape. It was barren all except for one thing: A river that spanned all of existence it seemed, twinkling like the pathways of Coruscant.>Do you approach the river?>A. Yes>B. No>C. Reluctantly.
Roll me a D6 Boys.First number to get two rolls will be the decidedAKA. If you get Two One's the One is being countedNot a danger, it's just gonna pick... something
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>2005003
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>2005003
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>2005003
>>2005003You approach the flowing river, drawn to both its peculiar color but the sheer pull of your senses. If you had a family, parents to return to and stories to tell them you could only imagine that this would be the feeling; The feeling of completeness, or rightness. Reaching the water's edge you get on your knees, running your fingers through the gentle currents of the water.It is an odd feeling, both warm and cold, inviting yet foreboding; It was as if the very molecules of the water were at war with themselves, and yet for all its conflict below you only felt the same tranquility that had drawn you to it.“Most Impressive.” The deep tone of these two words stir you from your fascination and that is when you hear it: The deep, mechanical breathing you had heard only once before. You turn your head and like a knife cutting through paper you see the black frame of The once Lord of the Sith: Darth Vader.“M-My Lord!” You exclaim, prostrating yourself further as you turn to him, however before you can even apologize he interrupts.“I am no Lord, not any longer, Captain Sydonix. Rise.”Do you obey?>A. Yes>B. No, this has to be a dream!Keep Rolling those D6’s, perhaps another ‘figment of your imagination’ will appear.Same rules as before, if it dubs it happens.
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>2005042>>A. Yes
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>2005042>A
>>2005048>>2005045THE INTERESTING INTENSIFIES
>>2005042>A. YesThe only choice!
>>2005042You get to your feet, tense and aware of your shaking hands as you stand before the man. Even with your height he was a head taller than you, and the constant mechanical beat of his lungs only heightened the inhuman and supernatural power of the man. Even in death it seems he was the stuff of nightmares.“Are you aware of what this place is?” He asks you, a hand gesturing towards the river behind you. Before you could answer he takes the liberty to do it for you. “Clearly not, for only an untrained person would be so foolish to try and drink from the river.”Again you go to speak, but another voice interrupts. “You’re well aware he is untrained, we both saw the potential.” It is certainly younger, and turning to face the newest intruder you could see why in an instant.The man was almost as tall as Vader himself, with a pair of deep blue eyes flanked by wild and unkempt hair. You did not even need to look at the peculiarities of his outfit, or the fact that he wore only one glove to know who he was; After all even in the historical texts there were no doubts of his skill and heroism before the Great Betrayal:Anakin Skywalker. >Do you say anything?>A. No, it would be foolish to interfere>B. “Potential?”>C. “What is happening?!”
>>2005808>A. No, it would be foolish to interfere
>>2005808Changing >>2005835 to >A
>>2005808>>A. No, it would be foolish to interfere
>>2005808>You say nothing as the once Lord faces Skywalker, the hatred practically billowing off of the man in waves. You seem to not be the only one who feels it as Skywalker simply holds up a hand, a grin on his face. “Oh come now, we’ve come to terms already; Why do you still fight the truth?” He asks, taking a step closer Vader visibly flinches, something you had never thought to see the man do.“You have sensed it just as I have, Our Master shall return and when he does he will be looking for a new apprentice.” Vader snaps back, and through his mask you can practically see the burning in his eyes. “This development bodes ill, especially as the Empire is thrown into chaos, we both know without the Emperor there is no stability.”You look to Vader and decide that you must speak up. “W..what are you talking about? Potential? Untrained? What is going on?” You ask him, desperately trying to make sense of this...dream? You weren’t sure.For a moment neither men speak, turning to look you over before Anakin sighs. “We...well, no. This is a story that needs to be explained. Long and complicated story short, he and I-” He starts, jerking a thumb to the black-clad Lord “Are...the same person. And this place is...the Netherworld of the Force. Where the spirits of the Force go after death.”Your mind reels at this information.>What do you ask?>A. “What do you mean...am I dead?”>B. “The Force? That mumbo jumbo Jedi stuff?”>C. “Say nothing, continue to panic”
>>2006357>>B. “The Force? That mumbo jumbo Jedi stuff?”
>>2006357>>A. “What do you mean...am I dead?”remember who called the force the "weird made up religion"
>>2006357>>A. “What do you mean...am I dead?”
>>2006357>A. “What do you mean...am I dead?”
>>2006357“What do you mean...am...Am I dead?!” You ask, looking along the white land around you and the two spirits you were now communing with. This only manages to get a laugh out of Anakin, who puts his gloved hand on your shoulder.“I assure you, you’re very much alive; Though as to how you’re here well...that’s a more difficult issue. You see I don’t think any of us really know, all we know is that you’re here because well..you’re force-sensitive.” Anakin states.“How are you so sure?” You ask, looking at your hands. “I’ve never had any powers or intuitions or...or anything! I’m just some orphan from Ord Mantell!” You insist, though before you can continue you feel a wave of calm wash along your senses. You look on in disbelief, having only seen the display of power from Vader once before.“The items you procured from your most recent...adventure...are Holocrons, Datacrons of Jedi and Sith knowledge. They are perhaps the most powerful artifacts of either order and should you wish to pursue the path...yours.” Anakin explains, before Vader interrupts. “Do not take the choice lightly, Boy; We cannot help you often, or very much. All we can warn and tell you is that the Empire you knew is gone, and you would be wise to start it anew.” He warns you, pointing a gloved finger at you.“But...But the Empire-”“The Empire was built only to secure the power of the Emperor and the Emperor alone; You were not alive during the Clone Wars, during the Republic. You were not seduced by the promise of an Empire that would act in the name of the people.” He continues, his voice filled with anger before quieting.“You still have the chance to make that dream a reality.” >What do you say to this?>A. You will do as Vader wishes, and try and make the Empire Reborn, a better Empire>B. You will do as Anakin Wishes, Leave the Empire and walk down the path of the Force>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.
>>2007481>>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.
>>2007481>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.This sounds neat
>>2007481>>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.Grey Jedi! Was there really any other choice?
>>2007481>>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.Wait, does this put us on the road to oppose Thrawn? Fighting the Emperor Reborn, I salivate at the chance, but I want to serve Thrawn and Pellaeon, not fight them.
>>2007481>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.
>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.>>2007623Be a leader not a follower
>A. You will do as Vader wishes, and try and make the Empire Reborn, a better EmpireLike freaking hell we'd not rebuild the Empire better. How in the hell can you justify forming peace with a bunch of rebels who not only murdered hundreds of thousands of Imperial soldiers and citizens, but also potentially fucked over the entire galactic economy?
>>2007726Well the force needs balance, both Sith and JediThe rebels are terrorists, but lest we forget, they are our yang
>>2007708I would rather follow a brilliant and exceptional leader than be a mediocre leader myself.
>>2007808Thrawn is a great military mastermind, but he is a poor administrator. Just like an Alexander or Patton, so if we can get him on our side, great. If not, then sucks.
>>2007814>What is the empire of the hand.It's like none of you ever heard of thrawn's revenge or read his backstory
>>2007481>C. You will follow both, Forming a New Empire and a New Order to protect them.Experiment?
>>2007481>CBalance to the force etc etc...
>>2007481>A. You will do as Vader wishes, and try and make the Empire Reborn, a better Empire
>>2008059>>What is the empire of the hand.I've heard of it, I just don't agree with it or find it believable. From what I surmise, it's like Prussia or some empire built for war and everything that comes with it
>>2007814>singlehandedly revives the broken imperial remnant from controlling less than a quarter of the galaxy to taking over half the galaxy and is a few months away from winning the war completely>explores the unknown regions, charting new territory and creating an autonomous ruling stateHonestly I think you should gut yourself for even thinking patton is a noteworthy commander, but come on man, thrawn has a shit ton of admin experience.
>>2007481“I will do both.” You say, looking up at the two of them with a resolve of durasteel. “I will restore the Force to it’s rightful place, on the rise with the a new Empire, a kinder Empire. I will make this real or I shall perish trying.” You tell them both, though Skywalker seems skeptical. “You are one man, Varien. Not even the Emperor made his empire alone.” He says, though this does nothing to shake your resolve.“He has made his decision, we can only hope he can succeed in his endeavor.” The taller Vader says, before turning to face you. “The Empire no doubt is tearing at its own core to attempt to find a rightful heir. If you truly wish to ascend to the throne you will have needed the backing of either myself or the Emperor himself. If my castle on Vajun still stands all you will need to fabricate a claim.” He advises, though as he does this he as well as Anakin begin to fade.“It seems whatever unconscious power you have tapped into is waning. I know not if you’ll be able to return, or if we will be able to cross the threshold. May the Force be with you.” The two say as they begin to fade....You wake with a start, a cold sweat dampening your hair and your clothes. You almost dismiss the dream as just that, but when you finally manage to look around your office you cannot accept that it was such.The shapes...The Holocrons, as they had put it, were floating around your room, as was the chair...and everything else. You're snapped from your fascination and everything clatters to the ground in a heap. Looking at the mess you’ve caused there is no doubt in your mind: It was no dream.But now...now you had to form an Empire.>What would be your first Action’s (Pick Two)>A. You must secure the Loyalty of Rothana, you will need the weapons to win an inevitable war>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable>C. You must begin to explore the Unknown Region, be it by probes or ships. Your budding Empire will need worlds and resources.>D. You must begin to look into how your new Order will work. Jedi or Sith? Or Both?>E. Other (Write in)
>>2010014Oh boy choices>D>B
>>2010014>>D. You must begin to look into how your new Order will work. Jedi or Sith? Or Both?>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable
>>2010014>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable>D. You must begin to look into how your new Order will work. Jedi or Sith? Or Both?
>>2010014>>A. You must secure the Loyalty of Rothana, you will need the weapons to win an inevitable war>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable
>>2010085But Anon, why do we need guns when we can have droids.
>>2010092Because time and time again the clones were superior to drones. I could agree to drone cannon fodder, but actual humans are going to be better
>>2010014I gotta ask, in respect to the D.Do we even know what a Jedi/Sith is? Beyond "Light sabre" do we actually know of the differences in doctrine/philosophy?Because I kind of doubt a navy guy has the time to study space-wizard poetry.
>>2010096The historical texts on the Clone Wars would have some information reguarding the Jedi and their function in the GAR. You'd be more or less establishing how you wanted the jedi to serve the new empire
>>2010014>A. You must secure the Loyalty of Rothana, you will need the weapons to win an inevitable war>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be VulnerableArmy and weapons
>>2010094A couple problems:1. We don't know if the Kaminoans still have Jango's genetic information and the noo clones varied in terms of ability and mental stability2. Droids were pretty good compared to most armies except the clones and that's only because clones were expendable AND skilled.3.just found out we're force sensitive and I think figuring out our bullshit space wizard powers might be a little higher on our priority list at the moment.The droids'll make a fine stop-gap for the time being, at least until we have our bearings.
>>2010094The clones were only superior because the CIS cut costs on there programing. Multiple times in legends the clones also went after and destroyed factories designing 'new' droids that made Big P worried.
>>2010127It doesn't have to be Jango, I am sure there are plenty of other great soldiers in the galaxy.How were droids pretty good compared to other armies? What other armies did the Droids fight? Other than some backwards planet, of course.We have to look at the situation at hand though, the empire is crumbling all around us, so we need to reign it in while it is still easy to do so before we can look into our magic space powers
>>2010169My computer futsed up, most of the non-Jango clone were pretty fucky and low quality at best, murderously insane at worst.What are WE going to be fighting beyond some backwater planets? We're not going to be jumping directly from this option to fighting the rebellion.
>>2010183Fighting imperial remnants probably.
>>2010199And they're probably going to be fractured all to shit and back, the bigger remnant factions might own a planet, maybe two, but most are probably going to be like us right now: a mid size fleet with no permenant base.All the more reason to study the force, if we get lucky and find out we can perform battle meditation then we can really turn the tides
>>2010205Studying the force would take years to become proficient enough to use any of that cool force shit. Right now is the easiest way to get power, through the chaos and disorganization.
Fun Fact: Around this time, both Kamino and Geonosis carries records of the exact memories and specifications of each individual clone, ESPECIALLY ones of significance in conflict. Those would be the easiest records to find, and reproduce, if the planets are captured. We wouldn’t need any old clones. We could literally create exact copies of the best of the best.
>>2010214Well fuck me I guess.Let's make clones of clones, isn't that explicitly stated to be a really bad idea in terms of quality?
>>2010221>QM states the records and genetics of the clones>really bad idea in terms of qualityI..Anon, Explain?
>>2010225Clones of clones have damaged genetics, higher chance of mutations that negatively impact their capabilities both mental and physical.Unless I'm misreading what Weaver's saying, then just getting the clone DNA means we'd be cloning clones.
>>2010235Ah, I got you. However first generation cloning isn't too bad. Plus if we can get a hold of that stuff, I'm sure we can clone Jango too from his base too
But by the very logic of Cloning they are Perfect genetic duplicates. Of course there was a 1 in 100 genetic freak, but cloning technology is mostly stable....unless they are force sensitive
>>2010242We'd need Boba for that, he's the only unaltered clone. All the others had their DNA fiddled with to make them age faster there are no perfect 100% copies of Jango Fett with the sole exception of Boba.
>>2010248So if they're perfected, then we should be able to clone off of the likes of Captian Rex and Commander Cody then
>>2010251Well, actually the Clones are BETTER. The Kaminoans modified them to be stronger, faster, have better reaction speeds than the base they had. However, their lifespands were reduced yes. I'd imagine though that if the Kaminoans could fiddle with all that, they could also unfiddle it....for a price
>>2010259Suppose you have a point. Question then is: how are we supposed to pay this price and what are we going to do with a bunch of genetically identical rugrats?
I never said it was an exclusive One or the Other
>>2010014>>A. You must secure the Loyalty of Rothana, you will need the weapons to win an inevitable war>>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable
>>2010269I am sure we could fiddle with the material and make them loyal to us, just like Big P did with the clones and their chips
>>2010278>Using brain chips>Not earning loyaltyAnon we just said we wanted to be better than what came before.
For Reference we are at Rothana. Kamino is just a sector over and Geonosis is by Tatooine
>>2010280>earning loyaltyit would take too long and it installing chips would do the same thing. we're not becoming some uber moral empire, to stay an empire, rough choices are gonna need to be made, and this is one of the moral ones
>>2010014>A. You must secure the Loyalty of Rothana, you will need the weapons to win an inevitable war>B. You must secure either Kamino or Geonosis, without an army your Empire will be Vulnerable
>>2010290No evil empire starts by doing massively evil supervillain bullshit.They all start by doing little things that you can easily justify.Today's mind controlled soldier is tomorrow's mind controlled police officer.
>>2010290And besides we aren't in this to do it quickly, we're in it to do it right.
>>2010297>massively evil What the fuck are you talking about? Instilling loyalty in an armed force so we know they won't overthrow us? It's not like we're telling them to burn down a village. You might be overreacting a tad bitAlso the slippery slope fallacy doesn't fit in this situation.>>2010302But that's the worst way to do something like this
>>2010283I never knew Obama was a planet
>>2010311That's what I'm saying, it isn't MASSIVELY evil to control sapient beings to force them to do what you say but it is pretty bad.And besides, if you're looking for a loyal, quick to build up military force then surely advocating for droids makes more sense?
>>2010319But droids are less effective. We can have in our army, the best soldiers in the galaxy, maybe even in history, as well as make them absolutely loyal, and you won't because it "crosses a moral boundary" even though it hurts no one. When we are in the position we are in, we need to make bold decisions. If we want to achieve a fair empire, then we need to make smart decisions
>>2010327We want to make a better empire, I just don't want us to follow the exact same path the old empire did on some vague notion that "We'll change it later"
>>2010338If I start advocating for blowing up planets, then sure, bring that up, but doing this doesn't make us evil, it makes us smart.
>>2010342It makes us pragmatic, I'll give you that but I wouldn't call enslaving sapient beings without them even knowing is "smart"
>>2010346Well if they're programmed to not hate us, and no one knows we really did it, then it has a low chance to backfire.A lot lower than a regular revolt by the soldiers, that is.
>>2010327Are we NOT less effective, Where are you getting this? As I've said earlier the CIS made them less effective to cut costs.
>>2010351Are you saying that a droid will be more effective than the best of the best from the clone army?
>>2010350But not as low as droids.And they aren't programmed to not hate us. Did you not watch Clone Wars? A few squaddies found out about the control chips and order 66 and they freaked the fuck out. Palpy had to activate their brainchips so they shot themselves before they told their commanders.
>>2010355It goes back to my point up >>2010353 that we would have the best soldiers in the galaxy, the best of the best. QM even told us so. I really have no idea why you guys want droids other than some stupid CIS aesthetic
>>2010353In terms of production cost, Time it takes to deploy and actual combat?
>>2010355From a raw numbers perspective, yes. When the CIS stopped pulling punches and started on the big guns, commando droids could take out entire battalions and magnaguards gave most jedi a run for their money.
>>2010364And all that for a fraction of the cost.Not to mention that just owning droid factories give us a fully functional army, with clones we'd need to capture weapon plants as well as other foundries for vehicles.
>>2010362I'm not arguing that the clones are cheaper, I am saying that they are better in combat. If we were the empire, at full strength, and we had the industrial capacity to just completely swarm our enemies in millions of droids, then sure, but we are not in that position.>>2010364>>2010368But you don't understand, we get the best of the best from the clones, the ones that DIDN'T die from the droids, the ones that can adapt the best, fight the best, be the best.Do you remember the outpost episode from the clone wars? It was clone ingenuity that managed to save the republic from a colossal defeat. A droid couldn't do what the clones at the outpost did
>>2010377No, You said "more effective than the best of the best from the clone army?"Which I disproved. The Droids are a match to any Clone given the proper programing. I'm sorry to tell you this but the only reason the CIS lost is cause Big P wanted them too and we had to go from episode 3 to 4
>>2010377But we don't have the economic capacity to fund the production of clone troopers that aren't complete shit.
>>2010382>given proper programmingWhat? Is there evidence of proper programming beating the best clone soldiers in the galaxy? What is "proper programming" in your mind relating to the Star Wars universe?>>2010391Anon, I said up >>2010377 that we would be getting the best of the best BECAUSE we have them saved. It doesn't cost more to create better clones because we already have the tech for it, and the genetic material.
>>2010014BE: Other: figure out where the Emperor is going to resurrect and Base Delta Zero it
>>2010402OK fine, hands to the skyIf Weaver let's us have an army made entirely of the best soldiers in the galaxy, and nothing goes wrong, then we may as well start calling this Imperial Merc Quest because at that point we'll be sailing the gravy train to fine grey jedi waifus and a totally uncontested, unconditional victory.
>>2010402>proper programmingI’d say the Magnaguard and IG-series programming is pretty good. Are we getting Spaarti Cylinders?Doesn’t it still take a couple years to grow and train a clone to readiness?
>>2010402Anon, Do you actually know anything about the CIS and how it ran its droid army or have you only ever watched the TV show?
>>2010422It took about a decade from the GAR making their contract to the first clones being battle ready.
There was a proposition during the war to reduce the time of Gestation from Ten to just One year, though it would significantly reduce the potential and skill of the men
>>2010436And at that point we may as well just be using the high tier droids.
>>2010425I apparently don't have the interest in the CIS that everyone in the quest has, it seems. To me, it didn't come down to the programming, but the actual droid body itself>>2010414I don't know why you're being like that, anon. The fact of the matter is that the clones WERE the best soldiers in the galaxy. The only problem is >>2010428 as it still takes a while to make the clones. We could always visit the facility and see if they have made a breakthrough
Looking to your clock, you see that you have only been asleep for four hours; While normally you’d attempt to return to sleep you felt more awake than you’d imagine. Making the most of this energy you open a secure file before beginning to write up the initial steps you would have to take. While you had a sizable force to work from at first, you did not have the kind of numbers that would be able to take on a galaxy-wide conflict. To ensure your future you would look to the past. The Grand Army of the Republic was created at the behest of the then Chancellor Palpatine to combat the Confederacy of Independant Systems. Bred from the Genetic template of the bounty hunter Jango Fett, the Clones were even more impressive; Stronger, Faster and with the best training in the Galaxy. Even with their slower production time and having been outnumbered almost constantly, their arsenal and skill managed to even the odds. On the other hand the Confederacy of Independent System had been backed by the the Baktoid Armor Workshop and the scores of battle droids they produced. While the B-1 Model could be purchased for 2,000 Credits during the war, they were cheap and even the lousiest Stormtrooper would be able to take on two or three. However they were but one of almost a dozen different combat automatons ranging from the more advanced B2 to the BX-Series Droid commando.Both would be perfect for the start of your growing power base, as both the watery world of Kamino and Geonosis were only a few jumps away; However both came with downsides. The Clones would take time to be born and trained, and while you could accelerate the time of birthing and training it would stunt the first few generations of troops. On the other hand the Droids were cheap, and relied on their superior numerical advantage in most cases, meaning the cost would be potentially exorbitant. >Which do you go with>A. The Clone Troopers; While they would take time to become the same force they were in the War they could be rushed if needed.>B. The Droids; While they were less effective, you could field far more of them without worries.>C. Go to the Clones First to secure the contract, then the droids. The more numerical droids would buy you time for more elite troops.>D. Go to the Droids to secure the contract, then the clones. While you won’t be able to make use of the elite clones early on, you would be able to supplement your forces far more easily.
>>2010445>>C. Go to the Clones First to secure the contract, then the droids. The more numerical droids would buy you time for more elite troops.I think this is something we can all agree on
>>2010442The Droid body of the B2 and up were fine. It was the programing and stupid cost cutting that doomed them besides Big P 'running' them as well.>>2010445>C. Go to the Clones First to secure the contract, then the droids. The more numerical droids would buy you time for more elite troops.
>>2010445>C. Go to the Clones First to secure the contract, then the droids. The more numerical droids would buy you time for more elite troops.
>>2010445>>C. Go to the Clones First to secure the contract, then the droids. The more numerical droids would buy you time for more elite troops.
>>2010442Well I can stop being like that now because we know what the downside to using elite clones as a basis for our army is so I can stop being hyperbolic.Way I see it we have a few options here:1. Use elite clones and just accept that it's going to be about 10 years before we start getting any results.2: Use flash grown clones for worse results but there's only one year of down time3: Use droids which, unit for unit, aren't as effective as clones but can be constructed by the battalion in about a weekOr 4: Use a combination of the two, an idea I honestly can't believe neither of us have had yet.>>2010445C
>>2010461Use flash grown clones for the first batch, but genetic info from the best clones should make them pretty good soldiers still.All the while, we use Battle Droids for the bulk of our army, mostly fodder, using whatever storm troopers we can pick up as mop up or special forces.If we can get the good gestation period down, at all, that would be preferable.
>>2010480This seems like the best idea overall.
>>2010283Wait I thought Geonosis is a dead world and got ransacked as shit. What good would Geonosis do us all things considered? Unless like we get real lucky and find archives there that tell us of Droid Factories and forces that are asleep.>>2010445>D. Go to the Droids to secure the contract, then the clones. While you won’t be able to make use of the elite clones early on, you would be able to supplement your forces far more easily.The thing about droids is we can improve upon their designs and AI over time. Plus they would by far by far the best kind of fodder we can hope to use. Don't think of them as elites think of them as upgradable fodder.
>>2010659The droid factories still exist, with the designs. Just 99% of all life was purged.
I see that C is currently the plan. However your second option of going to Rothana and securing it or forming the Order(s) is tied so...>A. Rothana>B. Making the new outline of the OrdersVote
>>2010763>B. Making the new outline of the Orders
>>2010763>A. RothanaBetter to have a stable foundation before making a New Order
>>2010763>>A. RothanaYou said there were ship yards here right?
>>2010771There areAfter the Clone Wars Rothana Heavy Industries was nationalized and brought beneath the broad scope of KDY
>>2010763>>A. RothanaWe're few in number against a whole galaxy of trouble and, as much as I'd like to get our Jedi/Sith powers, this is the best option.
>>2010666And the rebels never thought to use them?Fucking hell they're both incompetent. I thought they at least had the excuse of dismantling most of the droid factories.>>2010763A. RothanaWe need ships too.Plus the coming up with the new orders isn't something we should rush and think deeply about.
>>2010893the rebellion didn't want to be seen as the monsters the Empire painted them. Remember droids were still frowned upon.
>>2010445You decide to do away with the single force and instead decide to focus on the strengths of one to bolster the other. In this pursuit you hope to pursue both options, with fields of droids being bolstered by flesh and blood clones to direct and make the killing blows. With the advances that had been made in recent times in terms of droid innovation (the failed Dark Trooper program comes to mind, and given the fact that you could probably request the schematics you may very well have to let them ‘slip’ into the hands of the Baktoid) it would be wise to have such manufacturing systems on your side. However before you go to the last of the Geonosian hives on their maiden world, you would make a short trip to the planet of Kamino; It was closer, and every day you could get on producing clones the better. While you feared that the Fett line would be hard to get your hands on, you are prepared to have the best of your stormtrooper corps stand by. With a plan of action in the coming days planned out you look to Rothana below.It was no mystery to you that the people below you were afraid of the turbulent war that now brewed on their front door, and the space battle that you had just been forced to have would not do anything to assuage this fear. You would have to move quickly to meet with the Planetary Governor to ensure you wished to secure their planet from outsiders. In truth it would be far more beneficial to you: in securing the loyalty of Rothana you would secure Rothana Heavy Industries and their vast ship manufacturing; Meaning that the veritable Imperial-Class Star Destroyer, as well as other craft, would be at your disposal. While you would need to find a means of feeding the industrial complex of Rothana, you only needed to begin asteroid processing in the unknown regions, but that could be done soon enough.The only question now was in which order did you wish to begin your takeover?>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air support>B. Secure the Clone Contract, as you said, every day counts.
>>2011596>>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air supportI would rather have a solid base of operations first
>>2011596>B. Secure the Clone Contract, as you said, every day counts.
>>2011596>>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air support
>>2011596>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air support
>>2011596Question, Do they still have the 'out-dated' Venator and Arc fighters?
>>2011748You will learn as to what happened to the Venators in a few posts, Why do you ask?
>>2011773I was just wondering, Because it if we're still using the Imperial mind-set of Numbers and good training for our Pilots. Arc's are still super useful and venators are great carriers
>>2011784Well, believe it or not Imperial Doctrine was that Fleets of very powerful destroyers would be the key, not the reliance on fighters as had been during the clone wars. This can be seen in that the Imperials made cheaper star-ships without life support, shields or even a hyperdrive, as had been common beforehand. This meant that a majority of fighters in the imperial fleet (baring some highly expensive late-war designs) were short range snub fighters that required a parent ship to function. It is also why the Rebels were capable of taking on lesser fleets,as their fighters were vastly superior to the Imperial counterparts in terms of shields and versatility.
>>2011596>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air supportWe are here already and need those ships.
>>2011596>AIn the face of about a year for the shitty ones and a decade for the ones worth having, a week or so isn't going to make that much of a diference.
Meeting Papa Palp's dark side envoys when?
>>2012694POPA-PAPA PALPATINE>>2011596>A. Secure Rothana now, the men on the ground mean nothing if they have no air support
>>2011596Rothana must be secured, that took precedence. Delaying your production by even a day would be no great damage to you, as Rothana being a fortress world ensured that you would still have a sizable force of troops and equipment. What was important now was ensuring you would have the arms and armor for your Empire, and that meant ensuring Rothana was loyal to you and your cause. With this in mind you place a quick communique to the governor below, requesting an audience.The reply is quick and by noon on the planet you would have your meeting, giving you two hours to plan. The question now however was what to do with your time and your fleet. As it stood the two Venators Intrepid and Enterprise were significantly damaged due to the infighting that had occurred due to your transmission and would need to be either scuttled or brought to dock for repairs. Crews would be need to replace losses on those vessels, as well as the Vanguard, which would take some time. Last of all was the matter of resource acquisition. While you could try and get resources sent to you through Imperial space, given the many warlords and would be raiders it would be doubtful if they would ever arrive. Being so close to the unknown region would be useful, as any worlds would be yours be default, but you’d have to colonize and develop the infrastructure. Pick Two Issues>A. Replacement of Crew>B. Repairs to the ships>C. Exploration of the Unknown Region
>>2013475>B. Repairs to the ships>C. Exploration of the Unknown Region
>>2013475>B. Repairs to the ships>C. Exploration of the Unknown RegionBodies are surprisingly easy to get.
>>2013484Fair point, supporting.
>>2013484>Bodies are surprisingly easy to get.And in a pinch can be supplemented with droids.
>>2013568>Wanting a Katana fleet 2.0.
>>2013593What, you think we really need organic barbers, tailors, and Cook’s Assistants, Third Class?
>>2013634All those make sure your organics work as close to 100% efficiency as humanly possible.On the other hand, robots'd just take control, take the fleet some random place and kill all the crew, making its efficiency exactly 0%.
>>2013735But that's not how droids work.
>>2013735How new are you?
>>2013475You immediately order the Liberator, Vanguard, Enterprise and Intrepid to drydock. It leaves you with a majority of fleet in dock, but it would be short. You still had the picket fleet as well as the two Victory Destroyers, and that at least kept you in some good spirits. With that in mind you actually order for as many viper droids and hyperspace pods into orbit as you can; While it would be a great expenditure of what scout droids you have, you knew that there was a great danger in exploring the unknown regions. You knew full well that there were hyperspace anomaly that made hyperspace travel more or less useless; However if you used the viper probes as a mass relay after firing them out into the region you could find hypothetical ‘holes’ in the anomaly and potentially new worlds. Confirming that this plan was in action from Mattis himself you shower, dress and make your way to the shuttlebay to meet with the Governor.>roll me a d20
Rolled 8 (1d20)>>2014424
I'm going to give it a couple minutes for the RNG seed to change.
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>2014424
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>2014424
Rolled 1 (1d20)>>2014424
Rolled 15 (1d20)>>2014424
>>2014800Weaver could you just take us behind the shed and put us out of our misery already?At this rate we'll be trying to start an empire as a quadropeligic mute with nothing to our name but a rowboat.
Rolled 17 (1d20)>>2014424
What I love is people don't realize I usually don't comment on shit unless that's the vote i'm taking.TL;DR it's an 8.You'll see why in a bit. Writing
>>2014424You never liked the few times you had been to the surface of Rothana, it’s arctic climate in stark contrast to the climate of your homeworld. Even with the shuttle only being thirty feet from the entrance to the governor's manor, the blistering cold nipped at your skin as you made your way across. You were greeted by the two snowtroopers at the door before being permitted entrance to the facility. Governor Harmand was an older man, in his fifties at least he had once been on the council of engineers and it showed; With models of the Acclamator-Class Assault Ship and All Terrain Tactical Enforcer and a few designs you had never seen before. You had met the man two years prior when you had been transferred from the galactic west to the south, and while you rarely spoke before this time you had a positive rapport.“Ah, Captain Sydonix! What do I owe the pleasure?” He asks, his usual booming voice from years of yelling across construction docks. How do you proceed?>A. Tell him the full truth; Your visions and your goal>B. Tell him a half-truth. The Empire is falling and you fear for Rothana’s security>C. Lie. Just keep it casual for now.
>>2015768>A. Tell him the full truth; Your visions and your goal
>>2015768>>A. Tell him the full truth; Your visions and your goal
>>2015743You need to start saying when votes or rolls are being called because there is no uniform time in this quest
It does run. It runs on weaver time.
>>2016082>>2014437This was him calling it he calls it by commenting on the rolls. It's not that hard to understand
>>2015768>>B. Tell him a half-truth. The Empire is falling and you fear for Rothana’s securityHe might think us mad
>>2015768>>B. Tell him a half-truth. The Empire is falling and you fear for Rothana’s security
>>2016162Depends on if he saw Jedi in action during the Clone Wars.
>>2016146I know, I take part in Icarus. I'm just saying for the people that don't know.
>>2015768You tense at the man’s question and after a number of seconds you finally decide that you cannot lie to who you hope to be your future ally in the coming years. “I am afraid that it isn’t the pleasurable sort, Harmand.” You start, your eyes locking onto his. “You are more than likely aware of the state of the Empire. Of the Core and the Mid Rim.” He nods, his eyes narrowing slightly. “Yes, I am well aware that the Empire is falling apart, your point?” He asks, walking back towards his desk.This….this would be the part where he would think you’re crazy.“We aren’t safe here either, sir; As of yesterday I have Captain Karsavo in custody aboard my ship. He had hoped to seize my vessel as well as my patrol fleet in order to force Rothana into his personal service.” You inform him and the tension seems to leave him for a brief moment, his hand stopping in its travel to the draws of his desk.“You’re kidding Captain, surely.” He says, though you quickly shake your head.“I’m afraid it is the truth, Governor. Though that isn’t the end of my reason for coming here. You see last evening I was visited by...well the only way I can really describe it is ghosts, sir.”“Ghosts?”You nod “Two very particular ghosts, actually. One of Lord Vader and the other of the once Jedi Master Anakin Skywalker.”He seems wary, but takes a seat at his desk nevertheless. “And? Surely it was just some stress dream, no?”“I’m afraid that I do have a means of validating the evidence.” You answer, and pulling a holo recorder from your pocket you press the small key on the side.Immediately it projects your room, as well as your sleeping form. You had been quick to pull the data from the recording systems of the Liberator, and edited it accordingly to show what it was now. After hitting another key, the recording beings to speed up and show your stunt of levitating your office around the room. “Is that enough to convince you that whatever happened was real?” You ask, getting a slow nod in return.>What do you tell him from here?>A. I have a plan of a stable future, but I need your help>B. I do not wish to harm you, but do not stand in my way>C. We must move quickly, Governor. There are enemies on all sides.
>>2020202>>A. I have a plan of a stable future, but I need your help
>>2020202>C. We must move quickly, Governor. There are enemies on all sides.
>>2020202>I have a plan of a stable future, but I need your help
Weaver is kill?
>>2034769He is running Icarus right now
>>2034769If memory serves, and don't take this as a quote, but I believe he said he will be switching between this and his other quest Icarus. Just so he doesn't grow dissatisfied with one or the other.
>>2034803>>2034800 (checked)Ah, I wasn't aware he ran another. Cheers, lads.
>>2034803I don't recall him mentioning that here 'ette
>>2036431He didn't, but then again I speak with him frequently enough to know. That and I'm doing some writing and stuff for this on my end, so I know we will be alternating.
I forget some of you have the Icarus Discord.Anyway, yes I am alternating weekly now