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328.27 // A Cold War?

The Republic continues to face difficult challenges with the secession of several Republic systems and the failing struggle to eradicate the dangerous outbreaks of illness in significant core systems. Consequential signs of envy for the New Empire, have risen, as Imperial systems reportedly enjoy better economic and political stability since their separation at the end of the Attrition Wars.

In addition, the Empire is superior militaristically. Their arsenal and technology are grandiose compared to our own. It leaves many systems uncertain of safety in the case of a possible war between the New Empire and Republic. Not to mention life sustainability against this dreadful disease that plagues the core.

Even though the battle seems inevitable, as the Empire flaunts their military and diplomatic power at opportunity, the Republic doesn’t seem remotely interested in fighting. They have made no effort to rival the Empire’s technology and prowess.

It leaves many questioning why the Republic and not the Empire?

328.08 // Promotions


Newly promoted Jedi Masters Delmi N’Jork and Simus Cnydaria with Jedi Master Sebastin Creed


Today the Order recognises the dedication and contributions made by Jedi Knights Simus Cnydaria and Delmi N’Jork, by granting them the rank of Jedi Master. Both have spent many years learning the ways of the force and passing on that knowledge to both students and peers. While this will always be so, the Order is proud to acknowledge their successes and ask them to continue their hard work, leading by example.

328.03 // Ord Biniir and Ord Canfre Secede!

Galactic Senate Background


Breaking news from the Senate, in another session which was heavily dominated by the growing concerns of the flu epidemic, the representatives of both Ord Biniir and Ord Canfre announce the decision to break away from the Republic.

Information suggests both systems are angling to join the Empire, who have reportedly been more efficient in countering what little cases of flu they have. While no one can fault the decision to switch allegiances for the betterment of their people, some have not taken too kindly to the move which further damages the image of the Republic. However, no official switch has been made, as both systems remain neutral.

The Senate waits with bated breath to see if any other systems leave, causing what looks to be the beginnings of a time of anxiety and hysteria.

327.29 // Possible Health Crisis | Budgeting Inefficiencies

Coruscant Senate Chambers

At an open session in the Senate, the Secretary for Health, Kov Glorin, advised the Chief of State cases of individuals with flu symptoms have vastly increased to the point of intolerance. With the expectation more antibiotics will boost immune systems in those primarily vulnerable, such as children and elderly citizens, concerns are the cost of production may spin out of control in the process of fighting and containing this flu.

As the economy gradually recovers from the War, fears of possible costs on this scale could deliver a crippling blow to reconstruction. However, with the rise of people seeking medical aid for long periods of fever like symptoms, it’s been suggested the Galaxy could be facing a wide spread epidemic.

The Senate has begun to investigate and scrutinize these cases more closely prior to making any calls of labeling the growing concern as a ‘plague crisis’. It has been rumored other systems will be approached as it’s believed this may become a shared problem for every system in the known Galaxy.

327.09 // Civil War on Iridonia Comes to an End


Finally, the drawn out conflict on Iridonia has experienced a welcomed conclusion, with the Tul’Vyi clan scattered and in ruins. The fighting officially ended with the defeat of Zaion, Tul’Vyi’s clan leader, who was reportedly captured then arrested by two Jedi Knights, who were among the handful of Jedi aiding the assault on the Tul’Vyi’s stronghold. The Order has not yet commented on its role on the war’s resolution. Galactic aid organizations have flooded the surface of Iridonia, as the clean up effort is officially underway.

With an overwhelmingly compelling case against Zaion, organized by the Republic’s Prosecution Office, the shamed warlord faces a severe punishment of life in high security detainment.

The war torn planet has already begun repair, as governing bodies are slowly restored, allowing a plan for Iridonia’s future domestic and galactic trade prospects to be drafted up, as the victorious clans all seek a much needed economic reboot. While leading economists predict it’ll be sometime before the planet’s credit rating returns to acceptable levels, neighbouring systems seek to benefit from a rebuilding Iridonia, showing that the end of the civil war will prompt prosperity for the region.

The conquered territory of the Tul’Vyi has already been fairly divided into three sectors, each representing an expansion of the triumphant clans, the Be’Tominyet, Ul’Narit and Rak’Slaret, who cohesively defeated the ruthless invading clan.

For now, it seems peace will prevail on Iridonia for the foreseeable future.