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Adenn`Verda Author
Adenn`Verda May 1 2013, 4:47pm says:

Yes I have decided to roll with a new char.

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_w_ May 1 2013, 5:06pm replied:

*cough* You?

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_w_ May 1 2013, 5:08pm says:

But overall nice description and character bro.

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Super-Kami-Ρrʌжis May 2 2013, 12:26am says:

Wrong Imperials bro, this isn't w40k xD

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Adenn`Verda May 2 2013, 1:30am replied:

Hey, Imperial War Commissars were in the Empire (I wookiepedia-ed is xD) but since there is so little info I might as well expand upon the rank.

That aside, it still is better then me being a walking tank. Here I don't nearly indestructible armor nor about 1 hundred weapons. So yeah, this is actually more balance and in my opinion more bad ***.

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_w_ May 2 2013, 12:21pm replied:

Very little mandos actually wore beskar'gam made of beskar.
More badass? everyone has his opinion :P

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Adenn`Verda Author
Adenn`Verda May 2 2013, 12:42pm replied:

No, it was every mando's duty to wear beskar. Just because 2 notable members of the mandalorians (Boba and Jango) didn't doesn't mean that in general they didn't.

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Ori`verda May 2 2013, 3:22pm replied:

If every Mandalorians wore it then there would be no beskar remaining would there? Further more, given its durability then I wonder how come many Mandalorians still died.

I realize the flak vest in the Shock Trooper armor is a notable weakness but I highly doubt that that was the primary reason for death.

Thus we can conclude that Mandalorians would try to upgrade to beskar, but primarily had durasteel plating for example.

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Adenn`Verda Author
Adenn`Verda May 2 2013, 3:30pm replied:

No canically they primarily used beskar. In the rp that may be different but again, canon wise in the legacy era they all mostly used beskar.

For one they aren't as numerous as you make them out to be and secondly they found new deposits of Beskar on the planet.

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Ori`verda May 2 2013, 4:39pm replied:

Yes I know of the post-Vong there was more beskar ore but if they all had beskar then how come they keep dying?

Furthermore the Battle of Botajef saw a deployment of a large amount of Mandalorians, through out the ages there were small communities of Mandalorians across the galaxy so it is safe to assume there was a population of Mandalorians that was rather high, if placed on one world I presume.

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Adenn`Verda May 2 2013, 4:49pm replied:

Mandos were nomads but it is constantly repeated time and again that they are:
1) Few
2) Tend to wear armor.

They die because beskar isn't a god that saves you 100% of the time, unlike how we make it out to be in the rp. No matter what your argument is, in canon mandos wore beskar'gam.

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_w_ May 2 2013, 11:24pm says:

"Mandalorian armor was traditionally made out of almost indestructible Mandalorian Iron (beskar), but this was rare and expensive, so many Mandalorians, such as Jango and Boba Fett, opted for less durable materials instead, such as durasteel or duraplast."

Doesn't say only jango/boba did it.

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Ori`verda May 3 2013, 4:29am replied:

Hence my point proven?

I have studied it for quite some time, a lightsaber had to keep slashing on unstable power levels at the same place to even have a chance of cutting it!

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Adenn`Verda May 3 2013, 9:01am replied:

Official Novels > Wookieepedia

I didn't say only Jango or Boba did it, I said that they are notable users of it.

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Ten10dix May 3 2013, 12:10pm says:

Commissars are bad a**.

This could be a very interesting rank, really. Hmm, Cadet-->Commissar-->Lord Commissar-->SUPEROMGWTH Commissar? xD.

Meh, maybe just stop at Lord Commissar. Plus the Sith would like you too, they love enforcers and fanatical nutters xD.

Yep, I approve of this. You could even lead a tank group into battle and wave your sword at the enemy! :P. That'd be awesome.

What do you plan to do with the char? Become a political figure? Commander? Little bit of both? I still need to do the Imperial skill system, really, but some general ideas would be nice.

Also: Note that Adenn originally stated "It was every Mandalorians duty", not that every Mandalorian wore beskar. Thus, costly or not, he is right proven by the quote wout provided ("Traditionally"=Duty to most Mandos).

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_w_ May 3 2013, 12:24pm replied:

STFU ten we like arguing :P

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Ten10dix May 3 2013, 2:44pm replied:


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Commissar Cadet Jeran Longstar is a young male from Bastion. There is very little data on him on official records, just like with the majority of Commissars in the imperial army.

As you may expect from a commissar he has no friends, the closest thing to a friendship that he has is that with his tutor, Commissar Yarik. While only a select few in the Empire know it, he was once the son of a Fel imperial officer. In the battle of Bastion his parent's were murdered by a sith and he was wounded, the scars of that day can still be seen across his face and his mechanical eye implant.

While it is unknown how he survived the encounter with the sith, rumors in the Commissar corps say that Yarik shot the sith in the back and then took the young Jeran with him.

Ever since he had been in the imperial academy of Coruscant and tutored by Yarik (when the former wasn't on a campaign). Now he has graduated from his training and earned the rank of Commissar Cadet. Now is the time for him to leave the safety of Imperial Center and prove to his superiors that he has what it takes to be deemed an Imperial War Commissar.
He is a trained duelist and usually wields an imperial Cortosis Sword into battle. Alongside his Sword he wields an E-11 blaster rifle and has a holstered SE-14r light repeating blaster. Both stardard edition as given to him by his superiors.

He is an excellent shot just as most Commissars and has an unquestioning loyalty to the Emperor. He kills any stormtroopers that show disobedience without a 2nd thought and gives speeches in battle to motivate the troops - As his job as Commissar dictates.

However his downside is his less the great equipment. While the Cortosis Sword is an excellent piece of craftsmanship, the E-11 and the SE-14r aren't the best. He wears no armor to protect him from lightsaber blades, only some chest plates for blaster shots.

Politics lvl 1
Commander lvl 2
Soldier lvl 3

Skillpoints: 0

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