Title: The Jedi Civil War
Kiera Kenobi - November 26, 2009 05:21 PM (GMT)
Here are some plans furthering the JCW
The Paladins head to the Maze and their new base.
Wookies relations with the GA deteriorate.
An Unknown Wookie tells the Wookie master where the Paladins have gone. This gets passed on to Gorlan Hassel and COS Sariss.
GA/Loyalists put together a campaign to take care of the Paladin threat once and for all.
They head to the Maze.
Wookies warn the Paladins of this.
the Paladins devise a plan to deal with the threat and safeguard their new sanctuary.
The Paladin plan has already been devised: a series of slashing attacks and micro-jumps that lead the GA fleet further into the Maze while whittling away at their numbers. The GA, suspecting a trap, will end up pulling out of the Maze.
The purpose of this part of the plot -- outside of furthering the war and the politics -- is to establish that it's too costly to the GA to try and take out the Paladins on their homebase, thus rendering the Paladins with a safe place.
Viktor Saar - November 26, 2009 05:53 PM (GMT)
*Sariss will make a post in the Senate Chamber and the Senate will vote on what to do about the crisis. Outcome: Senate allows the Wookiees to withdraw from the GA and approve a major fleet action to pursue the Paladins into the Rishi Maze.
*Admiral Hagrid will lead the GA Fleet into the Maze. Hassel will sit this one out and Masters Gosa Lu'jah and Jaa Suul will be sent instead.
*Master Karznbakk will remain with the Loyalists despite the departure of the Wookiees. He is also the one who finds out from a trusted source where the Paladin base is.
Kiera Kenobi - November 26, 2009 06:24 PM (GMT)
The battle will have paladin and Loyalist pilots going up against each other.
And the Loyalist/GA motivation is a quick end to the Paladin threat.
Raza Sebatyne - December 5, 2009 06:31 PM (GMT)
[u]Where we are at right now[u]
Kiera, are you still planning to do some kind of post on Coruscant? I remember you wanting me to do that Viktor post there for some reason...
And are we ready to load up and go on Kashyyyk? Is Mizz going to post there before we head off? Anyone else planning to post?
Ixtren - January 4, 2010 07:49 PM (GMT)
The Rishi battle isn't actually going to happen above Rishi, is it? From what I read, Rishi is the planet everyone goes to in order to orient themselves for the hyperjumps into the Rishi Maze. So the battle will actually be happening in the Maze, right?
The reason I want to check is because when the 2nd Fleet arrives it will be above Rishi...and since right now we're all on that planet, we should probably move out.
Kiera Kenobi - January 5, 2010 03:42 AM (GMT)
The battle is going to happen inside the Rishi Maze. The Paladins are going to draw the second fleet to the planet Reesh, their stronghold in the Maze.
Jena Skywalker - January 14, 2010 06:52 PM (GMT)
So, while I was catching up with Operation Slashrat, I had a possible idea for the current space battle.
The Paladins, outnumbered by the Loyalists (at least I assume so at this point?) could start to be slowly defeated. Not too badly but they at least see it coming. So we could have the Jedi in the group start a battle meld, with the power of it being amplified by the crystal interface. After that we could advance with our plans and them winning. :D
If that sounds all right I'll start it with my next post. Or is it too early for that? Hmmmm.....
Jagged Antilles - January 14, 2010 10:24 PM (GMT)
Oooh...I like that idea. A Battle Meld with Crystal Starfighters would be pretty amazing to watch so it might be worth considering. We'd have to think of the non-Jedi pilots though.
Jena Skywalker - January 15, 2010 06:54 AM (GMT)
True, though I think the Jedi pilots would be fighting well enough after the battle meld was enacted that they would make up for the non-Jedi pilots, so to speak. The Jedi would be able to help them so much during the fight that the non-Jedi pilots could catch up, if that makes any sense.
Or, they would fall behind and all die. Hmmmm. *ponders* Sorry Jagged. :P
Viktor Saar - January 17, 2010 03:12 PM (GMT)
Poor Jag, he can't meld. :lol:
I have a question. Why are there so many non-Jedi? The Paladins are the Jedi who didn't want to join the GA. There should be like at least a 1000 of these Paladins (various ranks). So where did all these non-Force sensitives come from?
Jagged Antilles - January 17, 2010 05:44 PM (GMT)
In my mind, a lot of them are people who had friends or worked closely among the Paladins (this is where Jagged falls in) and thus ended up joining them. It may even have been as simple as they were at the Temple when the GA attacked which grouped them into that group automatically.
The other group I was thinking of is people who worked in the Temple. Yavin IV's Peckham if you will or people similar. They helped prepare meals, keep the temple running and that sort of thing.
Does that work? If not, we can start killing them off :D
Kiera Kenobi - January 17, 2010 05:50 PM (GMT)
Hello Mizz. What do you think Luja Sal's been doing all this time? Filing her nails? There's been an ongoing battle meld throughout the Rishi Maze. I established Luja doing the battle meld way back on Kashyyk. Naturally it's happening during Slashrat. That along with the crystal interface is giving the Paladin's an edge which is why they've managed to survive.
As for the non-jedi personnal, that's why they're paired with a Paladin. Paladin/non-Paladin wingmates.
And the non-Jedi are those that support the Paladins and have joined them.
Ixtren - January 18, 2010 04:44 PM (GMT)
Well I think we should take it easy with all these non-Force sensitives. I can see us having a few squadrons of them, and a few mixed squadrons, but we should actually have enough Jedi for a full fighter wing. Maybe even a couple.