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Branden-Magister Apr 1 2013, 6:58pm says:

*The Defense fleet, being a standard sized fleet, forms up in a wedge shape formation, with the Nemesis in the middle of the formation flanked by Escort carriers. Imperious' and Pellaeons are spread out in the formation, intertwined with Strike Class and Ardent class frigates. Vigil Class corvettes provide antifighter support. A 1/3rd of all fighters are released and provide of screen of fighter support.

Brand new defense stations are located all over the planet, the 3000 Meter sized Guardian Defense Platforms being the most noticeable. Smaller sized stations serving as fighter hangars dot the area around the Fel defense fleet.

Guns on the surface are on high alert and two legions of Storm Troopers await on the surface, dug in very deep with intricate tunnels and defense guns. Anti-Orbital cannons are vast and numerous, all trained towards the sky.

Artillery walkers are deployed and dug in as well, taking aim on obvious landing sites. AA sites also are in the hundreds and are dug in so deep that the enemy wont even know they are being watched until its too late. Fighters swarm the skies, always on patrol.

Commander of the two Legions, Commander Sive, doesnt bother replying with the Imperial Fleet and instead continues defense preparations.*

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Branden-Magister Apr 1 2013, 7:31pm says:

OOC: my mistake, i had thought that the garrison fleet was vamped up in size. Only 60 ships no Nemesis. so heres the comment about the navy part:

*The Fel Defense fleet forms up in wedge shape formation with Escort Carriers in the center. Imperious' and Pellaeons are spread out in the formation, intertwined with Strike Class and Ardent class frigates. Vigil Class corvettes provide antifighter support. A 1/3rd of all fighters are released and provide of screen of fighter support.*

OOC: My bad mates.

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 2 2013, 3:20pm says:

OOC: I agree that 60 ships is far too much. As Wout said, the Federation had around 30 ships per defense fleet, any more and you'd go bankrupt.

So I'm going on the basis you have 30 ships (3 Imperious', 7 Pallaeons, 8 Strike Cruisers, 8 Vigil Corvettes, 4 Carriers would be my guess).

I would also like to point out that Space Stations should be considered a rarity, as the cost for making them would be enormous. You must realize that a planet has to be surrounded by Space Stations to be effective, and even then they have to be complemented by a suitable fleet (just look at how quickly the ones at Coruscant fell without a fleet to back them up).

HH himself admitted, or at least knew, that one sector could not stand up to an Imperial Fleet without a Fel Fleet being present. I believe Bonadon, which would be far more heavily defended than Telos, fell to an Imperial Fleet but the Empire pulled back before a land invasion could be made. So unless you have GM approval for the Stations on Telos, they're non exsistant.

Same with the "vaste and numerous" AO guns. A few? Sure. Loads? No, unless GM approval states that you picked Telos specifically for them. I doubt you could have these sorts of heavy defenses in all sectors...

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 2 2013, 3:20pm says:

*Pao waits for the reply. It didn't come.*

"They seem to think they can resist an Imperial Fleet."

*Harx let out a half laugh.*

"The last mistake they'll ever make."

*The fleet advances, the ships on the front line divert 50% of their engine power and 80% of their rear shields power to their frontal shields. As soon as the fleet is in range of the enemy, they open fire. The Imperious' open fire on the enemy Imperious', and the Pallaeons on the enemy Pallaeons. The fighters and bombers are sent forth, outnumbering the enemy fighters by large amounts. The bombers target the Vigil Corvettes first, hoping that the sheer amount of firepower will overwhelm the Corvettes, which it probably would. Half the fighters escort the bombers, the other half attack the enemy fighters.*

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Branden-Magister Apr 2 2013, 4:56pm says:

*Due to the hangar based stations around the defense fleet, the Fighters covering the fleet are much more numerous then the Imperials realized and the Fel Fighters are able to fend off against the Fighters and bombers at the same time, using TIE Liberators to outmatch the enemy Annihilators. The Vigils, after reducing the severely weakened bomber force to dust, help fend off Enemy fighters.

Around the Fel Fleet as well, numerous Defense Stations, including The Guardian Class, tear into the Imperial fleet with missiles coming from all directions in massive volleys. Turbolaser batteries are aimed at single ships, quickly reducing shields and then aiming for vitals one Imperious or One Pellaeon at a time.

The Imperious and Pellaeons return fire, using their turbolaser batteries to help out the defense stations by crippling more enemy SDs, although the Defense fleet does start to loose shield power, but all power is diverted from the rear entirely to the frontal guns and forward shielding, slowing the draining of their shields.

On the surface, the anti-orbital guns have a lock on their targets and begin firing. A single HP cannon also begins firing on the Imperial ships, firing slowly but hitting targets with maximum effect.

Surrounding all offensive stations, is the garrison of fighters that didnt get deployed to the defense fleet. These patrol the area around the stations.

On the ground the defensive preparations are finished and then the people begin the slow process of evacuation. Freighters and civilian cruise ships are commandeered and the people are loaded in these and slowly but steadily the people of Telos begin to leave the system.*

OOC: well ten it seems the people dont want to enjoy the party as much as you do :P

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 2 2013, 5:18pm says:

OOC: I am tired and bloody annoyed with all the OP idiocy going on. Thus, for once, I shall drop my fair nature and just destroy you, as in all reality I should be able to.

*The enemy fighters are still outnumbered. The Nemesis, Imperious' and Pallaeons had all deployed their fighters to combat, and no matter how many stations the enemy had, the amount would be at least equal.*

*The enemy seem to be hallucinating, as instead of seeing the Predators that all Imperial fleets use, they see Annihilators. Both types of fighters are equally matched, and so they continue dogfighting among the larger ships.*

*The Vigil Corvettes are obliberated by the combined firepower of all bombers from the Nemesis, Imperious' and Pallaeons. How the Fels thought they could survive such an assault, which was happening at the same time their fighters were being distracted by Imperial fighters, was a mystery. The fighters that escorted the bombers pounce on the enemy fighters, and the bombers attack the Imperious'*

*The missiles are either shot down by the Vigil Corvettes and Ardent Frigates or bounce harmlessely off the fully, and even overly, charged shields, causing very little damage.*

*The Imperious' and Pallaeons attack the enemy capital ships. It shouldn't be long before they fall due to overwhelming firepower.*

*The AO guns bombard the Imperial fleet until the Admiral reforms his fleet so as to put the enemy fleet between them and the AOs. Thus most of the ships were saved from any major damage.*

*The people of the system get into their ships, fly off and are immediately shot down by the Predator Fighters, sent from the rear to intercept any civilian ships. Gravity Well generators are activated, to prevent any further escapes.*

OOC: 1 Fleet should be able to take the space above a sector with ease unless said planet is a fortress/shipyard planet, which Telos is not. Plus you seem to overestimate your defenses and underestimate the power of an entire fleet.

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Branden-Magister Apr 2 2013, 5:33pm says:

OOC: hey ten, why dont you go take a look at what Liberators were designed to do and then maybe you might realize why my fighters hold an edge over your own.

Also your ships never fired on the vigils (you said imps fire on imps, pels fire on pels), allowing my vigils to destroy your incoming bombers with help from fighters.

Missiles, thats alot, but ill let that slide.

AOs fire directly at your fleet mate, my defense fleet is above the system. unless your above my fleet then the guns hit you.

The people of the planet left the system through the rear of the planet (While your fleet is attackign the front of the planet) so unless your fighters can travel 8888888 MPH then you cant even hit them.

also you never mentioned you had fighters dispatched to handle them.

So redo your comment and stop messing around, cuse im being serious about this, unlike you.

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 2 2013, 5:39pm says:

OOC: I said the bomber targetted the Vigils first, look at my first move again.

Great, so not only do you have over the top defenses, but uber fighters too? Ones that can be deployed to overwhelm mine with numbers AND skill/quality? Perfect!

Ok for the AOs.

Then I activate gravity wells and they can't escape! I send fighters around, and due to the gravity wells slowing down their evacuation (note: Evacuating an entire planet is going to take a LOT of time, more than enough for my fighters to intercept).

Oh yes, you are oozing seriousness...

*The Vigil Corvettes are destroyed, but the Predator fighters are all destroyed in one big slaughter that left no Imperial alive. The Imperial pilots are awed by the Tie-Liberators, and curse the Imperial budget for not being able to field them.*

*The remaining escort carriers deploy their remaining fighters and form a screen on the front line.*

*The AOs hit Imperial ships, though the shields hold.*

OOC: Happy now? Fair enough for you? Or maybe I should lose a couple of Imperious' for good measure? >.<.

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Branden-Magister Apr 2 2013, 5:52pm says:

OOC: hate to **** you off even further but these have been approved too xD ask joe :P

*The fighters still alive finish off the bomber squadrons before any other damage is done to the Fel naval forces.

The Defense stations and Anti-Orbital guns continue to bombard the enemy fleet, focusing on single targets at a time. This in turn causes that single ship to loose its shields, no matter how strong they were, due to the massive amount of firepower that is brought down upon them.

Around the Fel Fleet as well, "Sleeping Giant" class stations uncloak and add their turbolaser fire to the mix, bringing their guns on the enemy frigates and corvettes.

The Imperious and Pellaeons' shields begin to grow weaker with each passing minute but they hold out for a while longer. In response to this the Ships' commanders practically shut down the engines and any other unneeded powered items which brings their shield strength up a bit more.

On the ground, all power is diverted to defenses and the AO guns receive a boost in their fire rate allowing them to fire off more rounds against Imperial ships.*

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French_Fry Apr 2 2013, 11:28pm says:

*The 1st Fel Fleet comes out of hyperspace behind the Imperial fleet. The fleet forms up in an arrow head formation with Imperious and Pellaeons intertwined with Vigil class corvettes forming the front formation. On the flanks are Ardents and Strike Class Cruisers.*

*In the middle of the formation, The Just, an Assertor class SSD is situated. Its massive size seen for miles around. the escort-class carriers are placed on the flanks of the Just.*

*1/3rd of all fighters is released and provide a screen of protection for the fleet. Admiral Shadow sits on teh bridge, ready for hte battle that is about to commence.*

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 3 2013, 11:12am says:

OOC: Indeed, I hate the idea anyone can come in and pick up a fleet and voila. But I'll let this pass, however NG has to:

1) Admit his fighters are outnumbered. They may be superior if he you want them to, but you have 1/3 of the ships I have yet seem to outnumber me with fighters... Just silly.

2) His stations cannot hold off a fleet. His defense fleet will be slaughtered. Just imagine 10 men fighting 4, all of equal skill. Who would win? And the stations seem to be loaded with every conceivable weapon in existance, and now we have some that are stealthed? Not good.

NG, you didn't have to resort to this. I'll be honest, if you had asked me to bring in your other fleet I'd of probably accepted, as I know it would be illogical for it to do nothing. I didn't openly say that, as I hoped you wouldn't (xD). But now you have OP defenses AND a fleet? I was tired and had just come back from a school meeting (no, I hadn't done anything xD) which went on for two hours and I had to wait at school for two hours beforehand before the meeting started, but even now while "fully" awake, I still find this all stupid.

So, my move:

*The fleet exited hyperspace behind the Third Fleet, and immediately came under fire from the strike cruisers placed on the rear flank. The fighters and bombers take immediate advantage of this, and the bombers target enemy bridges of capital ships and the fighters make sure the enemy fighters don't leave their hangers without loses. The strike cruises open fire on the Vigil Corvettes first, destroying most of them before they could react.*

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Ten10dix Apr 3 2013, 11:13am says:

*The Imperious' and Pallaeons finish off the enemy Pallaeons and Imperious', or at least most of them, and concentrate their fire on the enemy stations. The remaining Carrier launch their fighters to reinforce the Imperial Fighters, as do the Vigil Corvettes. The Ardent Frigates target the enemy stations.*

*The Fighters sent to intercept the civilians do so, and massacre any ships trying to leave the system.*

*The Nemesis is in range, and adds its firepower to the attack on the stations.*

OOC: I have been attacking your capitals for a long time, and no matter what you throw at me all my capitals are throwing even more at your own, and have been for the duration of the battle.

Ignore my move that all the fighters died, was annoyed.

You have a maximum of 2-3 stations facing me. You would have to surround the planet with stations, so unless you made dozens upon dozens of them, they would be spread out. Thus their attacks wouldn't really add much, not as much as what I am throwing at you, anyhow.

His fleet jumped out of hyperspace behind me, thus vulnerable to all my attacks and cannot fire at me either. Thus I pretty much tear apart anything of his I want, including his capital's bridges, rendering them near useless.

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 4 2013, 3:07am says:

"This is Lord Regent Dom-Ran, I ask you to cease your aggression against us. The Lord Regent Ajax Thraell has been sent away and it was the Pentastar Alignment who defeated you. Killing the innocents of Telos will not help you get your lost fleets back."

*The defence fleet focuses fire on targets that are weakened by anti-orbital weapons, the defence fleet takes its position among the space station and is covered by their powerful weapons and the groundside anti-orbital weapons.*

*Evacuation is halted, civilians are taken instead to bunkers and far away from military complexes. Local police forces takeover the act of protecting the civilians to make sure they don't become a military target.*

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 4 2013, 12:11pm says:

*Pao looks at Harx with raised eyebrows. Harx smiles, and responds.*

"We may agree to a Ceasefire, though it will come at quite the cost. All territory East of Telos, including Telos itself, will be handed over to the Sith Imperium, and in return we shall stop our attack and cease all hostile actions against you."

"Failure to agree will result in Telos being burned to the ground, and then we shall spread the destruction to the rest of the sectors in the East. If you accept, your fleet and military forces will all be allowed to pass to your western territories, including any civilians who want to as well."

*Pao spoke up.*

"Killing the people of Telos won't bring my fleet back, my men back, but it will definitely ease the pain of losing them."

*The Third Fleet takes some loses, 3 Imperious' and 4 Pallaeons fall to the enemy concentrated fire. However, the stations, being under constant bombardment from all the capitals and the Nemesis flagship, eventually become too damaged to pose any real threat. The defense fleet, already reduced to tatters in opening attack, are thus retargetted by the Pallaeons.*

*The Ardent Frigates and Imperious' withdraw from the front line, under cover fire from the Imperial fighter force and Pallaeons. They form two groups, and begin to advance on the left and right flanks of the Fel 1st Fleet.*

*The bombers manage to devastate the enemy capitals, nearly half of them have crippled or outright destroyed bridges. As the fleet charges up, the Strike Cruisers switch their fire from the Vigil Corvettes to the Capitals.*

OOC: The ceasefire agreement may seem as if I'm taking advantage of NG leaving, but I had planned to take those territories for the SI and then ask for a ceasefire, hence why I wanted Telos.

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 4 2013, 1:42pm says:

OOC: Don't mind me taking over for that other guy, I doubt he really wanted to join this RP.

"Your agreement comes at too great the cost, let us hold off our fire and have an official meeting where we may discuss the ceasefire in detail. I will order my forces to fire only when fired upon."

*The remaining ships and stations part of the defence force group up in a staggered checkerboard formation, least damaged ships on the front and most damaged ships at the rear. They deal with nearby enemy forces that come too close and attack but are battered.*

*The 1st Fleet assumes a similar formation and act in a similar fashion.*

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Ten10dix Apr 4 2013, 2:22pm says:

*The Imperious' and Ardents form up in the rear. The Strike Cruisers and rear fighters/bombers had already caused much damage to the 1st Fleet, and formed up behind the newly formed line of Imperious'.*

*The Imperial Fleet holds fire. An Imperial Shuttle lands in the hanger of the 1st Fleet flagship, the Just. Admiral Pao, along with 50 Clone Troopers from the 94th and 50 from the 302nd, exit the shuttle. Half of the Clone Troopers remain with the shuttle, half escort Pao to the bridge, which are in turn escorted by Fel Soldiers.*

*They arrive on the bridge. Marshalls Taraw and Jaw, along with two other Clone Troopers from each Legion, accompany Pao to the bridge, whilst the rest wait outside. Pao speaks.*

"I am Admiral Pao, formerly of the Third Imperial Fleet. I am currently serving alongside Admiral Harx as an advisor and second in command of the Fourth Imperial Fleet. I have permission from the Emperor himself, Lord Sion, to negotiate a ceasefire with the Fel Empire."

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 4 2013, 2:22pm says:

"First, let us look at your situation. Your Grand Fleet is engaged in a losing battle over Zonama Sekot, your 1st Fleet has just had nearly half its capitals crippled, a lot of fighters and bombers destroyed and the majority of its corvettes eliminated. Your fleet will be destroyed, and as promised, Telos will be burned. Then the Fourth Fleet shall tackle your eastern sectors in exactly the same manner."

"All of this can be avoided, however, if all Fel Territory east of Telos is handed over to the Sith Imperium. Any military personal may pass to your western sectors safely, however any ships will be taken by the Sith Imperium. Any civilians who wish to evacuate with the military may do so, though this is their only chance. As soon as the evacuation is finished, we shall close borders with the Fel Empire and, so long as the Fel Empire does not provocate us or act against us, we shall leave you alone."

"Refusing to accept out terms will simply increase the time in which we aquire the sectors we have listed, and also increase the blood spilled. This way, you will also have an extra fleet to defend and you will not have to worry about the Sith Imperium invading you."

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 5 2013, 1:25am says:

OOC : 100 Clones in one tiny shuttle? xD also, I know NG sucks as a commander bit you were sorta fighting two fronts so I expect that you too have made a lot of losses.

"Welcome aboard the Just, make yourself comfortable while the negotiator arrives from Bastion. We apologize for this delay."

*Frontline units from both defense and 1st fleet cycle, ships that sustain damage that can be repaired move backwards and are replaced by a new, more fresh unit. Destroyed units are also relatively easily replaced in this tactic and because not all ships are constantly fighting, they are more ready when they enter the battle in earnest.*

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 5 2013, 11:20am says:

OOC: No, actually. The 1st Fleet didn't have any time to really damage me at all, as they were not fully charged or anything.

IC: *The Imperial Fleet changes formation. The Strike Cruisers deploy to the rear, where the enemy force is all but destroyed, apart from a few remaining ships. The Imperious' and Pallaeons form a line facing the 1st Fel Fleet, and are joined by the Vigil Corvettes and Ardent Frigates. The fighters and bombers land and refuel and rearm, and repair themselves. 2 Carriers are ready to deploy their fighters to the Strike Cruisers, the rest to the new front line.*

"If you are delaying to give your fleet time to redeploy and repair, I assure you it will not give you any advantage at all. Let us just say we haven't revealed all the cards hidden up our sleeves, hmm? If I do not speak to the negotiator in the next five minutes, your fleet will be destroyed. You are a Lord Regent! You should be able to negotiate without the help of a negotiator!"

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Fallen Angel
Fallen Angel Apr 5 2013, 8:14pm says:

*The Meridian fleet of the Pentastar Alignment hyperspaces into the system, out of range of the Sith Imperium's fleets. The Vindicators forms up a spearhead formation, leading the fleet's charge whilst Vigil corvettes cover the flanks. The rest of the fleet are at the rear. 1/3 of fighters and bombers are launched.*

OOC: Hey lads. :)

Meridian Fleet, since Jester hasn't added it to the PA article:

Praetor II - 1
Allegiance - 12
Secutor - 6
Spadha - 10
Vindicator - 26
Vigil - 25

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Apr 6 2013, 9:03am replied:

OOC: somehow i bet that if ori didn't take charge then you wouldn't be here :p

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 6 2013, 4:25am says:

OOC: I thought it was they were just weaker after leaving hyperspace but still able to do stuff like fire their weapons. I recall several scenarios where ships can come in guns blazing, meh whatever.

Since I am being mean, the least thing you can have is the satisfaction of having damaged my 1st fleet to compensate.

*Lord Regent Dom-Ran hears of the the arrival of reinforcements, the tide of battle is about to turn.*

*1st Fleet and the Defence Force get ready in case the Sith decide to make a double cross, the Defence Force is brought up back to 30% capacity and the 1st Fleet to 90%.*

*The diplomatic shuttle arrives from Bastion and lands in the hangar, the negotiator sits down at the negotiating table.*

"Sorry for my late arrival, now let's get started. What are your demands and what do you offer?"

*The Lord Regent tells the negotiator that an allied fleet arrived quietly, the negotiator thought deeply before providing an addendum to his earlier statement.*

"So, I have no doubt you are aware that there is an allied fleet present now. Ignore it, let us continue our negotiations. However, if you decide to leave then you may do so freely. We will make no attempt to shoot down your shuttle."

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Ten10dix Apr 6 2013, 5:33am says:

*Pao received an incoming message from Harx on his earpiece.*

"The Fels have brought reinforcements in. The Pentastarr Alignement, it seems, have come to their aid. It changes nothing, the Fourth Fleet will fight to the last man. And we still have access to Telos..."

*Pao smiled. He looked up to the negotiator, that smile still on his face.*

"Gentlemen, the arrival of your fleet was not unexpected. But if you think it changes anything in the slightest, I assure it, it does not. My offer still stands. All territory east of Telos in return for a Peace Treaty. If you accept, we shall never bother with you again, we have bigger fish to fry, you see?"

*Pao gestured to the PA fleet that could be seen from the bridge.*

"If you refuse, we shall be forced to destroy both this fleet and the fleet of your Allie's. I for one do not mind bloodshed, but I think enough Imperials have died in the past few days without having to add more. And if, horrors of horrors, you do manage to gain the upper hand and start beating our fleet, then the Strike Cruisers have orders to bombard key cities on the surface. I am sure most civilians have evacuated from them, but the damage to infrastructure will be... Shocking."

"You have a chance to resolve the conflict between the Sith Imperium and the Fel Empire peacefully. A conflict that has lasted since your creation. If you fail to grab this opportunity, then I assure you there shall not be another. We shall descend upon you without mercy or hesitation, and burn the Fel Empire to the ground."

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Ten10dix Apr 6 2013, 5:33am says:

"I will even oversee your cowardly and quite frankly insulting act of calling upon the Pentastarr Alignment, who I hate just as much as the Fel Empire. They will be free to leave, we have plenty of time to hunt all those scum down. later."

"So, what shall it be? Peace? Or bloodshed? Life? Or War? Because, you do realize that if you challenge us and if we win, the population of the Galaxy will take... Quite a blow, hmm?"

*Pao smiled. He wasn't overly worried by the newly arrived fleet. In fact, to him, it was just more men to kill. He would prefer it if they were not here, of course, for it would give the Fels a foolish confidence that they could overcome the might of the Sith Imperium. Ah, if only they knew... Pao's smile grew as the time went past.&

OOC: I don't know how the Defense Fleet is brought up to 30% or your fleet to 90%, as you wouldn't have the time nor resources to repair your big ships. Maybe some repairs to damaged fighters, a corvette or two if you really wanted, but you'd need nothing less than a shipyard for anything bigger.

And it seems Aigle Dame makes her debut in the RP opposing me? How nice lol. This should be fun (if we fight, that is).

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 6 2013, 4:13pm says:

"You overestimate the result of the devastation of cities on one side of the planet, Telos has faced cataclysm's at the hands of Sith fleets before and may do so again."

"If anything, bombarding worlds will only be detrimental to your cause as it would harden the resolve of the populace to resist. I mean, if they face certain death I am sure they would choose resistance."

"Also, please refrain from being so dramatic and stay objective. Lastly, it is PentastaR Alignment, with one R. Not two."

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 6 2013, 6:22pm says:

*Pao looked confused. Where they here to debate semantics or were they here to negotiate terms? With a wave of his hand, Pao dismissed the negotiators comments.*

"You are an outsider. You would not understand the politics of the Imperium. But I assure you, they work."

"As for the populace, the Sith Imperium is only interested in taking on populations willing to side with the Imperium. Hence why we offer to let anyone who does not wish to stay under our rule out. You would be surprised how many stay, for we bring order and stability where others bring War. True, the Sith wish only for Power but they treat those wise enough to embrace the Imperium fairly."

"Those who oppose us, however, are exterminated. That is why, if you oppose us, we shall exterminate your men, women and children. It shall serve as an example to others in the Galaxy that joining us brings life, but going against us brings only death."

"But Telos shall only be purged if you continue to resist. I could not care less how small the damage to Telos is, or how quickly you would repair it. It would still mark the planet for years to come, and all because you refused Peace."

"Dramatic? Objective? Do not agitate me, you are in no position to do that."

"But enough of our different philosophies, what I want is negotiations. Do you accept our offer, or do you wish to counter it? Or decline?"

OOC: Lol, Ori, I doubt you know how Pao spells the words he speaks. That should be OOC, not IC.

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 7 2013, 12:00pm says:

OOC: I imagine if you spelled something and then read it, you would pronounce the additional character. So Pao would be rolling his R so to speak.

"I was merely pointing out you were not negotiating, you were trying to threaten and without success I might add. So here you claim to want to negotiate and tell me about an offer that is not present as all you did in the past several minutes was tell me how death would rain upon the Fel Empire, not quite the diplomatic negotiations one would conduct."

"I am going to assume you refer to the demand? All Fel Empire territories east of Telos, including Telos itself, fall under the rule of the Sith Imperium. That is a major portion of our Empire and one of our economic supports with many other key infrastructural components."

"How about the ancient Sith homeworld of Korriban? Perhaps it would interest you more? Though it will take considerable time to contact the local garrisons and populace to vacate the area for the new owners to arrive, I am sure you will provide ample time for such and I assume that any commoner of the Fel Empire who stays behind will be treated well?"

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 7 2013, 12:13pm says:

OOC: All who speak English roll their rs from the French point of view xD.

IC: "If I am not mistaken, Korriban is included in the eastern territories. I don't see why we should settle just for Korriban. Our offer, and I assure you it is an offer, remains the same. Peace in exchange for the eastern territories."

"And as I have repeated several times, all Fel civilians will be free to leave their planets if they so wish, and any who wish to stay will be treated as Imperial citizens."

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 8 2013, 3:54am says:

"Ah yes, but surely you realize that giving up such a vast territory is quite harmful to our well being? We as an Empire thrive on economy and industry, much of which is located in those parts of the galaxy."

"Not to mention the people will be discontent with such betrayal, being forced to leave their homes or they will feel left behind. I suspect there would be anarchy as well, changing the government's administration usually has such effects."

"And that would bode ill for you, these people we have defended for a long time and they are quite loyal. So if we betray them they will hate us, but we have defended them from you so they will also be quite occupied resisting your dominion. From what I've heard you are stretched quite thin nowadays because of that tragedy over at Zonama Sekot."

"Perhaps, instead of a total removal of the Fel's Empire's presence we introduce that of the Sith Imperium and gradually change the guard so to speak? That would be far more time consuming but also a lot more effective."

"If this deal seems acceptable to you then we must continue on discussing it in detail."

*The negotiator sounded very sympathetic towards Admiral Pao, as if he truly understood the Sith Imperium's problems and cared for them.*

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 8 2013, 12:01pm says:

"Those territories belonged to the Galactic Empire before they belonged to the Fel Empire. They had no problems betraying the Empire then, I do not see why they would have any problems "betraying" you now. The Fel Empire and Sith Imperium differ in government only on one point: The Emperor in our Imperium is a Sith, and the Sith occupy most key positions in the military. The politics and main governing body consists of Governors or Moffs, nothing more."

"But if you insist on a gradual change, then so be it. I would like to know the details, however."

*Pao seemed to calm down, trying to subdue his hatred for diplomatic reasons.*

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 9 2013, 4:47am says:

"Actually, we need to get a team of people here that can manage that sort of thing more better then I can. I can still negotiate but I cannot plan deep economical issues and infrastructural plans."

"They will have to arrive from Bastion."

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 9 2013, 7:51am replied:

OOC: Not a another stall, I had written something and then lost it :/.

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 9 2013, 11:38am replied:

OOC: Not as if you can bring in anything worse.

And this better not be a trick. Although I understand the "gradual change" to make the whole thing more realistic, no one ever really had that problem before (or brought it up).

Plus the Fels and Imperium are pretty much the same in every single way, as they were both created by the same guy on the same principles. So why they'd need that, I don't know...

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 9 2013, 12:20pm replied:

OOC: Yeah I hate that "we conquer you and now you love us." thing. Even with Imperium and Fel there has to be somekind of deeper difference, we don't share similar policies like you would kill Jedi whereas I would merely kick them in the nuts :P.

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 10 2013, 1:55am says:

OOC: I should probably mention that my latest move still counts as a move and that you should reply lest I win by default.

I'll be courteous and give you another 24 hours, this message will mark it.

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 10 2013, 9:46am says:

OOC: Oh how courteous of you >.<

*Pao sighed and took out his portable IPhone-509, and searched through his messages. He then played Pacman for the duration of the wait.*

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 10 2013, 11:01am says:

OOC: Always! Plus, what's the rush? Victory is already yours isn't it?

*The Lord Regent followed suit, taking out his Galaxy S3 and playing DeadTrigger.*

*In the hangar, another shuttle from Bastion lands with the Imperial Grand Architect. He is escorted to the meeting and takes his place at the negotiations table.*

"From what I have been told, the Sith Imperium is taking over some Fel Empire worlds? Well what you do is introduce the populace to the Sith by initiating a profitable trade agreement, Sith merchants will meet and trade with Fel merchants."

*He took out a map of cities.*

"Then of course we have the open borders treaty that allows for Sith settlers to arrive, of course it would exclude military expeditions but immigration and the like are a part of this."

*He pointed at several palaces.*

"Next you install small time governors of the part that is assimilating the original homeworld, from small to larger till you reach planetary stage governors and eventually sector administrator and beyond."

*He glanced over the maps.*

"The plan has flaws, but it should work with enough patience, which I am certain the Sith have."

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 10 2013, 12:33pm says:

*Pao nodded. The plan seemed fair enough to him.*

"I agree to that, as long as the Korriban sector comes under our control immediately, as the populace is and always has been loyal to the Sith, and thus in no need of gradual change. I shall also have to insist that all military forces be put under control of the Sith Imperium. Defense fleets are obligatory, policing forces and garrisons can simply be put under Sith observation. Whilst I have no doubt of your... Honesty, the Sith would like assurance that the Fel Empire will not, in any way, backstab the Sith Imperium."

"The Defense Fleets would be given back to the Fel Empire over time, when we replace them with our own. We have crews ready to take over from your crews, and this change will hardly effect the populace if we are discreet enough."

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 11 2013, 2:51am says:

"That is out of the question! We are already submitting half our Empire here and you want more? You Sith are just greedy, here is my offer. Korriban."

"Now since I know you will probably not accept it, you may leave."

*Due to the time spent waiting, the fleet is more then ready to face off against the Sith Imperium's forces. The formation remains staggered like a checkerboard.*

*Imperious's center, behind them Escorts and the Nemesis. On the flanks an equal amount of Pellaeon's. On the right flank and a bit pulled back and away from the fleet, all Ardents. Strike Cruisers at the rear and Vigils on throughout the formation which is longer then it is wide in comparison to the Sith fleet.*

*All Strikecraft are deployed, they split in three groups of equally large size. Center and left flank and right-most flank, named Green, Red and Blue wings respectively. Strikecraft from the left flank move around the the Sith formation, staying out of range of enemy weapons and are too fast to be chased down.*

*Ardents and the Blue wing do similar things.*

*The Fel Empire fleet attacks, all power is being sent into forward shields and weapons. The sheer force and surprise disables Sith warships on the receiving end, targeted are the Vigils which are placed on the frontline. Green Wing surges over the enemy formation in the center, they aim for hangars to prevent enemy Strikecraft from taking off.*

"I realize that if a party fires at another party in the midst of a negotiation, the negotiation in question is at an end. But we simply cannot allow you to have such a vast amount of our space. You are free to leave or stay, we will not harm you either way."

OOC: Give me a fair fight, ignore that other fleet as it is highly unlikely it will do anything other then gather dust.

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 11 2013, 1:35pm says:

OOC: You took your time lol. And we were preparing too, you know. You hardly took us by surprise.

Most of your Vigils were destroyed, remember? And most of your capitals crippled. Just reminding you...

*The fleet, having fully charged shields and kept their previous "power to shield" policy, received the onslaught easily enough. They responded, the Imperious' attack the enemy Imperious' and the Pallaeons target the enemy Pallaeons. 1/2 of the fighters are deployed to the frontline, 1/4 deployed to the two flanks.*

*The enemy fighters (Green Wing) are cut down by the Sith Vigil Corvettes and Ardent Frigates, who fire into the fighter formation and cause massive damage. They continue to do so, protecting the fighters/bombers as they exit their hangers.*

*The fighters deployed to the rear are joined by the fighters of the two Escort Carriers who had kept their squadrons, and are ready to respond to any flanking attack. The Strike Cruisers attack the defense fleet, finishing off the remnants and quickly forming on the flanks of the Imperial fleet, forming a demi-circle behind it.*

OOC: You just charged your fighters right at my line, I had corvettes/Ardent Frigates/Capitals with point laser defenses, what else do you expect? It wasn't as if they would let their guard down.

*Pao sighed.*

"I had hoped the Fel Empire was beyond such tactics, delaying the inevitable with negotiations to reinforce your weakened position. It seems I was wrong. I assure you, we shall win this day. And you shall pay dearly for this betrayal. There shall be no coming back on this decision."

*Pao walked out the bridge, and him and his men took to the shuttle. They flew out the hanger, making sure to avoid most of the fighting by flying below it.*

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 11 2013, 1:55pm says:

OOC: Capitals crippled is arguably, you said bridges well a bridge is not needed to tell a ship to fire it's guns at a certain area of space. In RepCom an Acclamator took down a Lucrehulk sorta.

Wait Ardent frigates can cut down Strikecraft? I thought they were anti-ship?

What is a demi circle?

*Red and Blue Wings along with Ardents attack the rear, with their combined might they are able to puncture the rear formation given there are no Vigils there, enemy Strikecraft faces off against Ardents which switch most power to weapons and engines, passing between Strike Cruisers.*

*The frontline executes its strategy of exchanging frontline units with fresher ones once the earlier deployed unit is exhausted. This happens smoothly and allows the Fel Empire Fleet to keep pressure on the Sith with minimal loss.*

*Green Wing is all but destroyed, it does some damage of course but rather negligible. They rout.*

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Ten10dix Author
Ten10dix Apr 11 2013, 4:16pm says:

OOC: I'm not saying they wouldn't be able to fire, but a ship without a bridge is a lot less effective than one without a bridge, as all the commanding officers would be dead and communication between everyone on board would drop, meaning coordination would go down.

Ardent Frigates fired at the fighters as they came, they may not be effective but you gave the impression they were swarming towards the fleet, so I thought "Why not use the Ardents to give additional fire". It would make their moral drop, plus add more firepower meaning more chance of hitting.

Demi circle is half a circle (I may of used french there... xD).

*The Strike Cruisers, being stronger than the Ardents and outnumbering them, fire at the Ardents and manage to either destroy or at least damage them. They continue attacking the Ardents as they pass through the Strike Cruisers lines, turning to strike them. The Sith Fighters dispatched the the flanks intercept the enemy fighters, and attempt to hold them off as Vigil Corvettes are redirected to the rear.*

*With no real fighter defenses, the Imperial Fighters and Bombers both have near free reign on the enemy fleet. The bombers target any remaining Vigil Corvettes, and quickly finish of those remnants. After that, they concentrate fire on the Imperious', unloading their payloads on the near defenseless ships. The fighters target the rear ships, delaying their recovery rate.*

*The Imperious' and Pallaeons have the numerical advantage, as the enemy is not deploying all their ships in the fight. Thus, whilst they may be taking more damage, they also manage to deal out more. The Ardents also focus fire on the Imperious', and the center line of the Fel Empire is being pounded by Imperious', bombers and Ardents. The enemy Pallaeons are being attacked by Imperial Pallaeons.*

OOC: My Strike Cruisers (15) outnumber your Ardents (you have 10 in the 1st Fleet) and are better, thus they would be overwhelmed and destroyed rather quickly.

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Ori`verda Creator
Ori`verda Apr 12 2013, 1:21am says:

*Ardents having used their speed to fly past and fire at the Strike Cruisers at the same time to enormous damage and suffer little damage due their speed, because they past the Strike cruisers that targeted them there is friendly fire.*

*Blue and Red Wings that had been dispatched to the rear, do considerable damage despite having to also deal with enemy Strikecraft.*

*Eneny bombers ate quickly destroyed given that Vigils are very strong against Strikecraft.*

*The slowing of the recovery rate is negligible given the Sith use fighters and most large warships have point defences and anti-Strikecraft weapons to defend themselves with to an extent. The fleet continues to exchange its units to recover, the fleet focuses fire in order to take down enemy vessels, thus they start to buckle.*

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Fallen Angel Apr 12 2013, 10:09pm says:

*The Meridian fleet pulls out immediately after receiving a message from the Fourth Imperial Fleet regarding a certain negotiation being held currently.*

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Mace-Windu Creator
Mace-Windu Apr 13 2013, 6:46am says:

ok iv been approched by Ori about the 24 hour response rule and since Ten youhave not responded since the 11th and it is now the 13th the victory will go to the Fel Empire with the Defense fleet remaining destroyed with the first fleet losing 50% and with your fleet losing about 25%

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Ten10dix Apr 13 2013, 11:00am replied:

Lol, yeah. Guessed that would happen. Didn't surprise me, seeing what else has happened.

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*The Fourth Imperial Fleet jumps out on the edge of the Telos system. The Imperious' form a line in front of the Nemesis. The Pallaeons form up on either flank of the line, an equal amount on both flanks. Slightly behind, the Vigil Corvettes and Ardant Frigates are ready to destroy any enemy corvettes or fighters. The Strike Frigates form the rear, and the Escort Carriers form up on the flanks of the Nemesis.*

*4 Escort Carriers deploy all their fighters to the rear, and the Pallaeons, Nemesis and Imperious' bring their fighters to the front line. 2 other carriers launch their fighters onto the flanks.*

*A message is sent to the Fels.*

"This is Admiral Harx of the Fourth Imperial Fleet. The Fel Forces on Telos will surrender immediately. Failure to do so will result in not only the military forces of the plane being exterminated, but the entire population of the sector."

*Another voice is heard.*

"And don't think this is an empty threat. Our soldiers had friends on the Third and First fleet. They shall not hesitate to turn this sector into ash in vengeance. You have one day to reply."

*Admiral Pao nodded to Harx. Finally, he thought, vengeance.*

OOC: Betraying the Mandalorians? That was a mistake. But betraying the Sith Imperium? A death sentence. At least the Mandalorians have a sense of mercy when it comes to civilians. I assure you the Sith do not.

Like Harx said, your fleet and army surrenders or I destroy it and burn the sector. Your choice, Ajax.

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