Before Silver Swarms of Ships *RELOADED* [Dear Diary 2014] UPDATED October 19th!

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  1. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    I'm curious about Senna Almo, too (I take it she's the one being referred to as "the Wroonian"?). Hooray for foreign language mavens! :D Looking forward to seeing those skills of hers in action. Wonder if we'll find out more about her background eventually. But if she's a friendly colleague, why does Chak feel the need to keep mum about Teish'ala?

    Fingers crossed for Chak's big presentation, too!
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  2. Goodwood Force Ghost

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    Pilot log, entry sixty-four, 3957.3.11 BBY

    After meeting with Horseshoe's captain and exec, it was decided that I would go ahead and forward Lieutenant Almo's mission packages to 6th Wing for their consideration. Quite rightly upon reflection, Mara suggested that having discussed the possible dangers and ultimately deciding that they could be mitigated and were worth the risk, it would be better to let someone else worry about making the call—all they could do is say no. So, taking my Wroonian XO's ideas and editing them appropriately, two days ago I sent them up the ladder via an encrypted hypercomm burst transmission. So far they haven't replied, but I doubt the staff at Wing has had much time to really go over them.

    After having drawn up my "worst case" report, we met with the planetary authorities responsible for local defense. Most of them were Human and around my parents' age, and seemed to be appreciative of our presence. Captain Svellyn outlined what his ship and my squadron could do to maintain a watch on the former Kanz sector, including ways to raise the alarm in most kinds of conditions including blanket comm jamming. Mara discussed her assessment of local forces versus what was known of the Myrialite fleets and armies. Before I gave my report, the local head of Republic Intelligence briefed the assembly on suspected Sith and Myrialite activities, indicating that the latter were far more focused on internal subjugation. The Sith, apparently, are content to keep within a few parsecs of Vinsoth, defending the occupied world with a good-size flotilla and sending out ranging patrols.

    My report took all of this information, shared among the four of us during the leadup to the conference, and projected a few possibilities, all of them equally bad. FIrst, it was possible that the Vinsoth force could be used as a spearhead to take Ciutric and consolidate the entire sector, drawing the attention of the Myrialites and possibly sparking a border conflict between the two powers. Second, it may be possible for the Sith to covertly send agents into the Redoubt to entice, coerce, or otherwise convince the ruling power to ally themselves with Darth Revan's forces and thus make it easier to take the system in a two-pronged attack. Finally, though unlikely given the size of their territory, the Myrialites could simply decide that they needed more and could move significant forces into the Ciutric system and take it outright; their ships, while not as powerful as those of the Republic or Sith, were certainly plentiful and by all available accounts, competently crewed and battle-ready.

    The assembled officers seemed to accept what I told them. Like with the other reports, they murmured amongst themselves for a few moments before thanking the presenter for his or her time. It was the first time I had ever been asked to make a report to a senior official, either civilian or military, and I'm not sure what I may have been expecting. They took our news with a professional stoicism, displaying neither outrage nor dismay, advising that they would be taking our opinions into account before dispensing their standing orders. I can only assume they'll be giving our reports to their respective staffs to comb over before this, so it'll probably be a few days to a week before anything official is handed down.

    In the meantime, my pilots seem to be enjoying the languid pace of their new billet. They're still going out on patrols even with myself and Senna busy with datawork. When I sent that order packet back to Wing, I had also included a query as to whether or not the swoop bike I had been assigned on Corulag as part of the team there could be sent along in the next supply shipment. Somehow I doubt this will happen, but a guy can hope, and it would be good to have it to relieve some stress when not on duty.

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  3. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    Gosh, I can totally empathize with the frustration of giving a presentation and not being able to judge one's audience's reaction and thus not being able to judge their opinion of the whole thing. Must not have been fun for the Chakster, but at least he's gotten it out of the way. I hope they'll be able to arrange for his swoop bike to be sent, because it definitely seems like he could use a little downtime during this rather intense assignment. I wonder if anyone else in his "new" unit is into swoop biking, too?
  4. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    He sure is busy with datawork and a lousy presentation
  5. Goodwood Force Ghost

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    Pilot log, entry sixty-five, 3957.3.13 BBY

    Shabus Seven and Eight called in an anomalous contact during the part of their patrol circuit that took them closest to the border with the Argazdan Redoubt early this morning, local time. Following the protocols established by previous naval and Marine units, the rest of us were scrambled and we rendezvoused with Horseshoe as she moved in to investigate further. Still a few billion kilometers on the wrong side of the border, the contact resolved itself into the shape of a medium freighter of pre-Great Sith War vintage under the friendly cruiser's intense sensor scan. As the ship drew closer on a direct course for Republic space with some of us (especially me) sitting antsy in our cockpits, it became apparent that the vessel had run some sort of gauntlet. Lieutenant Almo requested permission to cross the border to investigate further, but Captain Svellyn flatly denied the request before I could point out that doing so would likely be seen as an act of war.

    Her next words chilled me to the marrow: "But sir, it's a refugee ship!"

    Though I very much wanted to tell her just how silly it would be to do as she suggested at that time, I held my voice and instead linked my sensors in with Horseshoe's in order to help boost the signal return. Sure enough, as the old freighter continued to progress, the blips of much smaller unknown contacts shone yellow on the threat board. Half an hour later, with the unidentified ship nearing the border, its pursuit peeled off as neatly as a self-opening citrus fruit. Even at the distance they were at, I could tell by their performance that the Myrialites' fighter craft would be a headache to deal with in a combat situation. However, all of us were able to take comfort in our presence when the refugee transport finally crossed the border and its captain began transmitting requests for asylum on every open frequency his ship's comm could access.

    The rest of the day was spent escorting the damaged vessel, which turned out to be Lorrdian in origin, into an orbital drydock around Ciutric IV. Her pursuit had worked her over pretty well once they had caught up to her, shooting out the hyperdrive and what few weapons it had possessed, as well as two of its five ion drives and the hypercomm antenna. Fortunately for its passengers, none of the living areas had been breached even though the life support system had been lightly damaged. The government has agreed to grant tentative refugee status to everyone aboard, and began sending shuttles to transfer the new arrivals to the surface. I don't know what kind of future is in store for these people, but I can imagine at least some of them are going to realize that their new, if temporary, home is on the border of some very nasty people and might want to help ensure that their comrades can stay free. Meaning, of course, that they'll join the Republic armed forces.

    It's a selfish feeling, in some ways, but when you've seen as much of this war as I have, you start hoping that anyone brave enough or with enough to lose will step up to the bar and decide they want to contribute. With the overall situation what it is, we need as many people on our side as we can get.


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  6. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    great they could save the refugees
  7. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    A refugee ship—this is definitely something new for Chak and co.! What a wonderful chance to help has come their way. I'm looking forward to hearing more about them and to hear more of their story. They could indeed make for some useful and welcome allies...
  8. Goodwood Force Ghost

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    Pilot log, entry sixty-six, 3957.3.19 BBY

    In the days since we escorted the refugee transport across the border to Republic space and on to Ciutric, the remote sensor outposts have been recording an abnormal increase in activity on the Argazdan side of the cosmic fence. Naturally we went in to investigate, with the 23rd and Horseshoe backed up by a number of government cruisers and fighters. It seems that our little intercession, while perfectly legal, made a few waves among whatever passes for a ruling apparatus among the Myrialites, because their side of the border is now being heavily patrolled by frigate and fighter analogs. While this is to be expected, it isn't exactly comforting to know that a potential enemy is practically knocking on our front door; only a couple of uninhabited star systems stand between us and the Redoubt, and only a few more on the other side making up the difference between Republic- and Sith-controlled space.

    With the arrival of the refugees, however, it has now become clear to us out here—as well as the brass on Coruscant—just how dire the situation is in the former Kanz sector. Lorrdians are being ground under a boot heel of pure neutronium, forbidden even to speak to one another as they toil in slavery and abject poverty. Other worlds are suffering, albeit not as badly as Lorrd, and a few of the escapees I had occasion to meet wondered openly as to when the Republic would get up off its collective posterior and do something about the tyrannical overlords of their sector and homeworld. Though still somewhat resentful, most seemed satisfied when it was explained to them that we were already in a pan-galactic struggle against the Sith. My earlier musings were confirmed when at least one reedy-looking man insisted that if he couldn't take up arms against the oppressors of his own planet, then maybe he could help fight an even bigger threat.

    I try not to worry overmuch about these things, since there's not a damn thing I or anyone else can do about the situation; being in the combat zone tends to reinforce that habit rather rudely. Senna and I were, however, excited to learn that 6th Wing had approved our mission packages save one—which, of course, was the one most germane to our situation. I won't go into details here in case future events change the bigger picture, but both my exec and I are already busying ourselves organizing the first such mission. As if that wasn't enough to get my eyes back on the prize, today's update included a footnote informing me that my swoop would indeed be arriving with the next supply convoy, which was already a week out of Corulag, in addition to the 33rd and 41st Navy squadrons and a pair of cruisers as reinforcements.

    Ciutric IV is, after all, on the northeastern flank of the Sith Empire...


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  9. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    Things are getting tense out there but will he have time to race his swoop?
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    Excellent updates showing a rescue and the consequences. Chak is continuing to show himself to be an able commander and communicator, who has learned the valuable lesson: Don't worry about things you can't do a thing! about! :p ;)
  11. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    We are definitely beginning to see a very "up close and personal" facet of this war in the experiences of these refugees. Not a bad thing for Chak to get the chance to see, and definitely part of his learning curve. It's admirable that he's doing his best to worry about a problem he can't solve; I can see where that would be a good skill for a soldier, though I almost wonder whether he's being a little too aloof from said problem? Or am I thinking too much by civilian standards of emotional sensitivity...?

    In any case, it's good that his swoop is on its way. I hope he'll get a chance to take a break soon and do some racing.
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  12. Goodwood Force Ghost

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    Pilot log, entry sixty-seven, 3957.3.25 BBY

    While the 23rd Marines and Horseshoe are representative of the leading Republic Navy presence in the Ciutric system, there are plenty of Republic Army troops garrisoned on the fourth planet to defend the populace. These amount to an entire corps of four divisions, three mechanized infantry units and one armored division, supported by a plethora of remote monitoring stations scattered throughout the system and points Rimward. Like any setup in and around any civilized star system, our patrols are intended to keep contact with these outposts and pull data regarding recent traffic patterns for analysis; otherwise, there's no way a single starfighter squadron could keep tabs on such areas. Out here, so close to the edge of known space, the locals maintain their own armed forces including government troops and flotillas of locally-built cruisers that are, appropriately enough, just as powerful as any currently in Republic service. All told we have enough in-system to hold off a strong push by either the Myrialites or the Sith, at least for the time it would take for reinforcements to arrive from Ord Biniir provided they weren't interdicted like we were.

    Two days ago I toured one such vessel along with the captain, exec, gunnery and engineering officers of Horseshoe, getting a crash course on the vessel's capabilities in relation to the Hammerhead- and Axehead-classes that are the backbone of the galactic defense forces. Mara liked the bridge layout and the chief engineer, a Duros I didn't know well, admired the ion drives' acceleration and the maneuverability the thruster banks allowed for a ship of her size. I was most impressed by the hangar bay, which opened into space and allowed starfighters, held in rail-mounted, movable racks hanging amidst the overhead, to drop down and fly off into battle quite quickly indeed. At the conclusion Captain Svellyn pronounced the bar-shaped cruiser, with its almost conical blunted bow and flared engine housing at the stern, a fine fighting ship quite capable of standing with the Republic's finest vessels. Afterward we were shuttled back to our respective billets, and I was told that very soon something that I would very much appreciate would be made available to me and my pilots.

    This turned out to be a much-improved flight simulator, which only arrived this morning as Senna and I were discussing our continuing preparations. Fully enclosed, it resembled an elongated egg in shape, and access was gained by opening a hatch at the top that was hinged lengthwise, unlike the canopies on our fighters which slid forward. Inside was an almost exact copy of the cockpit on the native, license-produced Aurek-class tactical strikefighter, complete with ejection seat (inert, hopefully). The technician who arrived with the thing informed us that visual data was presented to the pilot in the form of flexible flatscreens that surrounded the cockpit in an imitation of an actual canopy, in addition to the usual gauges and monitors found on the real ships. Working together, he soon had us up to speed on how the Ciutrans used them for training, suggesting that our own 2D simulator programs would not require much tweaking to conform with the parameters of these new devices. Senna agreed, and volunteered to begin working on it in addition to her other duties. Though reluctant to allow it given all the work she was already neck-deep in, I gave my consent, to which the tech replied that he had been assigned as liaison to the 23rd and was thus responsible for the transition. Senna seemed oddly miffed at that, and I had difficulty holding back a peal of laughter at her discomfiture.

    Frankly, I think it's about time somebody made such an improvement. Though I would love to have some sort of tactile feedback in addition to the quite realistic experience the enclosure provides, I am honestly at a loss for how such a thing could be integrated. Well, the Republic has made do with the old style for hundreds of years, so what if it takes a few hundred more for the "next step"? As far as I'm concerned, the Ciutric government should start mass-producing these things and sending them all over the place in order to better acquaint new pilots with the rigors of combat.


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  13. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    Wow, between that ship and that simulator, these local Ciutran forces are really equipped quite impressively. They definitely seem like they could have that "dark horse" quality in this war, and the Republic forces could certainly learn from them. I agree with Chak in wishing there were more of those simulators to go around.

    I love Senna's eagerness in wanting to take on the project of modifying the simulations; it's almost too bad she didn't get to, but Chak's right that she's got lots on her plate, and I'm sure we'll eventually get the chance to see her really shine.
  14. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    interesting new things and hope they will get the pilots a better education
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    (This is for the July mini-challenge, "Hero's Day Off")

    Pilot log, entry sixty-eight, 3957.4.12 BBY

    Our reinforcements arrived three days ago and I, along with Senna and Horseshoe's command staff, have spent a busy couple of days bringing them all up to speed on the situation in the Ciutric system and the nearby areas of space. After last night's round of meetings, the 41st's commander took me aside and asked if I had heard anything from Teish'ala, since it was no secret that she and I were involved. I told him that I hadn't heard anything since she had told me of his own promotion, and he sighed glumly at that. Apparently I'm not the only one who thinks she's a hot hand in an Aurek and a good person to have watch your back, and that made me feel a little better despite the current lack of contact on her part.

    In any case, today I finally got the chance to take my swoop out for some badly-needed time off. Some rather waggish supply NCO back at the Corulag depot had left a note on the vehicle's maintenance datapad, saying in effect that officers shouldn't so easily forget to arrange transport for their personal possessions. The gleeful reminder made me laugh because, apparently, the bike had been signed over to me when the team had been formed—as had those of the other Marines I had recruited—and therefore it was my responsibility to ensure that it went with me whenever I changed duty stations. Whoever had put out the word when I sent the request must have understood that the haste of my departure had caused a momentary lapse in that regard, and for this I was thankful.

    As I flew through the skies above the capital, dodging the sky traffic that was positively miniscule compared to that of my homeworld, I once more did my level best to let it all go and enjoy the moment. It's becoming easier to do with time, and I can now well imagine why the Jedi like meditating so much. With so much responsibility being heaped upon our shoulders, it is important for those of us in command positions to take the opportunity to relax whenever it presents itself, especially in the face of what we are going to do in a couple of days. Tonight I'll send a message to Teish'ala, letting her know that her old exec asked about her as well as reminding her of my love. Hopefully she's doing alright.


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  16. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    Nice to see him having some relax time with the swoop
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    Happy that the swoop-time was refreshing. Nice that Teish'ala is well thought of professionally and hope he hears back from her soon. Still wish they could be in the same squad though ;) It would be a mixed bag, leading to more, and also, less peace of mind about the other's safety. @};-
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    Pilot log, entry sixty-nine, 3957.4.19 BBY

    Hopefully, yesterday we made Darth Malak really, really mad at us.

    As the first in a series of operations devised by Lieutenant Almo, the 23rd conducted a surprise hit-and fade on a Sith outpost established on the planet of Quelii, homeworld of the former Jedi Knight who is now the bark that heralds the bite of the Sith war machine. I can only assume that Senna had used her Intelligence contacts to get the information needed to put the strike together, one which we carried out while the 33rd and 41st Navy fliers, backed up by Horseshoe, Halberd, and Rapier, carried out a reconnaissance-in-force against Sith forces stationed on or around Vinsoth as a diversion. Taken completely by surprise, our target was neutralized after two successive volleys of proton torpedoes and a few follow-up strafing runs, during which a couple of my pilots' ships got winged by small-arms fire. The insult was repaid with interest when Senna and I strafed the ever loving poodoo out of the enemy position. If they had had any interceptors to send against us, the Sith hadn't had time to deploy them.

    The diversionary attack proved just as fruitful, obliterating a pair of smaller Sith warships before the fleet in orbit of the Chevin homeworld realized they were under assault. Sticking to the plan, the force blazed an exit vector to the galactic west, sowing destruction as they went, jumping into hyperspace soon thereafter. Because each force had to make a number of course corrections to hide its place of origin, we ended up arriving back above Ciutric at roughly the same time. However, our run had been more grueling because we had gone in on our own hyperdrives, rather than being ferried to the combat zone aboard cruisers. All told, however, our little stunt eliminated an outpost, two corvettes and an interdictor cruiser, as well as heavily damaging several more of the larger capital ships. Not a bad day's work, and if the Sith react as we hope they will, our next job will really hit them where they live.

    In the meantime, I finally heard back from Teish'ala. According to her, the 52nd has been involved in heavy fighting over Denon for some time now. A few days ago she was forced to eject from her burning Aurek and was nearly killed by a piece of shrapnel when her fighter blew up soon after. Fortunately the wound had been superficial; it was exposure that had nearly got her, and she was only just getting out of the kolto tank when she sent her reply. Her note ended on a somewhat sour note, stating that she was being shipped back to Coruscant to convalesce and she had no idea when she would be sent back to the front and her unit.

    I'm too tired to think up the right things to say in reply, so I'll let it sit for a while. Teish has been at it for long enough, and should be grateful for the break, but I don't think she sees it that way. I'll have to disabuse her of that dangerous notion soon. Maybe I can get Captain Svellyn to let me talk to her on holo...


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  19. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    He sure should contact Teish'ala
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    Whew! The mission goals seem to be clicking along, but Teish had a near-miss there. [face_worried] I am sure that she is feeling a mix of relief and frustration. Looking forward to what Chak and she say during their call. :)
  21. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    Exciting couple of entries! Here are thoughts on both:

    68: Glad that the swoop arrived safely and that Chak was able to have a little time just to fly and reflect. The supply NCO's note was a fun touch (and indeed I kind of wondered why Chak had left it, too, but the urgency of the situation is a good reason of course). His "hero's day off" was definitely well deserved.

    69: Kudos to Chak and co. for their swell work in bringing down that Sith outpost on Quelii (I'm guessing the "bark" in question is either Revan or Malak; slowly I'm starting to pick up the names and history). And to the other units for their diversion. Sounds like the Sith got what they deserved, and I'm glad Chak and the multitalented Senna got the honor of giving it to them. And I hope the wingmates' damage will be easily fixable.

    Teish'ala (who just autocompleted on my phone!) fought valiantly and sure had a close call there; thank the Maker for kolto! Some rest time on Coruscant would go her good indeed, though I understand her concern about being away from the front. Fingers crossed that Chak will be able to arrange a nice holoconversation with her. Care and concern from loved ones helps the healing process!
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    Pilot log, entry seventy, 3957.4.24 BBY

    Things have been pretty quiet around Ciutric in the aftermath of the two-pronged strike into Sith Space. Our foes have to be wondering where the attack originated, but since we hit them at or near the edges of their current span of territories, it'll be a while before they figure out we're here—at least, that's my hope and that of others in the local chain of command. For our second act however, we're going to need the support of a few of the local warships, and that's going to take some political maneuvering as well as adapting the mission parameters to account for variances between their cruisers' performance profiles and those of Republic vessels. If we get the support, that's great, but if we don't, we're going to have to either abandon the original plan or pick one of a couple of secondary objectives to hit, a fallback notion that Senna had already built into her proposal.

    On the upshoot, Horseshoe's commanding officer permitted me to use the ship's holocomm to put a call through to the Coruscant hospital where Teish'ala was staying, once we were able to track down which facility she had been sent to. She had only just arrived and been assigned quarters in the recovery annex a few hours before we got hold of her today. Once the connection, a little fuzzy due to the distance and number of relays involved, was made, the captain respectfully retreated from the tiny conference room where the projector terminal was located. Just looking at her, I could tell she was exhausted, and wondered if I was being a bother. She flatly denied this, however. "Right now I'm just glad to see a familiar face," she said fervently. "You're from Coruscant, right? Know where a gal can go to get some decent booze?"

    "Nowhere you can afford," I replied, laughing. "Besides, I'm not sure that's the best thing for you right now."

    "I've been at this longer than you, kid," she countered smugly, then breathed a sigh. "But we're both equals in combat experience now, aren't we?"

    I nodded, wishing at that moment that I could reach through the comm signal and physically hold her in my arms. "Yes, we are. And we both know you need to rest while you can." I then input the address of my parents' apartment through the data feed. "Anyway, when the corpsmen release you from the hospital, you can stay with my folks until your leave is up. They'll take good care of you."

    Teish'ala blinked rapidly in response, and I could tell she was close to tears—and so was I, damn it! "Thank you, Chak. That means a great deal."

    We ended the call shortly thereafter, and Captain Svellyn returned to inform me that the government had agreed to support our mission. He said that the local navy brass have been keen to get involved in this war ever since Axxila fell to the Sith in the first weeks of the conflict, and understand that in this case, the best defense is a good offense. Hopefully this mission we're about to go on will pan out as well as we hope, thus making the third and final act that much more likely to succeed.


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  23. earlybird-obi-wan Force Ghost

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    Nice to see him having contact with his friend
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    Excellent and sweet gesture from Chak. Love the teasing mixed with warmth in their brief chat. :)
  25. Findswoman Jedi Grand Master

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    Awww, what a nice little chat between the two lovebirds. Glad they got the chance to touch base. I can understand the feeling of wanting to hug each other right through the comm! Teish is a real trooper, not just for her military accomplishments but how she seems to be taking her recovery. I know Chak's folks will take good care of her.

    And much success to Chak on his next mission! Glad he got the go-ahead from the high-ups, since it's a token of their confidence in him.
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