Milos, the Ranger Commander joined Oct 20, 2010

Greetings, stranger. Welcome to my page. I am Ori'verda AKA Milos and I currently live in the Netherlands. I like games, girls, books, movies and teamwork. Also I enjoy discussing about religion, politics, history and such affairs. And ignore the fact that a lot of my groups are Science-Fiction related, I love Sci-Fi for good reasons! ☢ ☢ ☢ P.S. The video with the redhead is not porn! I may be a crazy Serbian but I'm not that crazy. Besides that I'm a goof, in fact to show you I am going to fill up the my description with random banter, why? Yeah you guessed it, I'm not that strange or weird it is in fact to get a HTML code to work, if you don't know what that is good luck. Regardless I suppose I should continue filling out this description field according to that manual so I can get a cooler description, I don't know if that makes sense to you but according to the manual it works so it must work right? Well it should otherwise you would not be seeing this... Or would you? SRB FTW!

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 11 2014, 2:06pm says:

So in order to get a handshake respect needed to be earned? The Mandalorian admired that a lot. Lord Lok was a warrior to his own heart and warrios understand secrecy which is why Ori'verda would not ask Lok what his purpose was, although he could conclude it from the evidence, nor would Ori'verda reveal his own secondary objective.

He accepted the handshake and in his mind scoured for the nearest Basic version of a Mando'a phrase.

"Maybe we'll meet again."

Both warriors left. The Chariot hovered and with its rampart extended awaited Lord Cronos for its master. Ori'verda utilized his jetpack for a final time to climb up and on the rampart looked back towards Lok. Secrecy or not the least he could do was drop a subtle hint.

"Send my regards to Nil and Tihr!"

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 11 2014, 12:38pm says:


Three dashed into action firing their blaster rifles whilst behind Ori’verda two approached with their beskade. Chaos was broken into two to deflect the blaster bolts and reflect several shots towards the beskad wielding warriors. One fell to such a blaster bolt whilst the other overreached with his attack and became a casualty of friendly fire but before falling to the ground his body was pushed forward to shield Ori’verda as he advanced upon the blaster armed Rangers. The corpse of one of their comrades approaching proved too great a distraction as Ori’verda beset upon them slashing apart their rifles and tearing their beskar’gam to pieces in a flurry of attacks.

Meanwhile four more blaster wielding Rangers had formed up in an infantry square with two warriors kneeling and the other two over them. Learning from their earlier mistakes the other Rangers equipped with beskade awaited their chance to strike. Several salvos were directed at Ori’verda whom took a defensive stance between a series of pillars which the other Rangers used to move in closer. As they readied their weapons, poised to strike, the Mandalorian they tried to attack revolved around the pillar they had used for cover and soon after another four Rangers were slain.

More joined the infantry block which now counted eight warriors. To dispatch them the stored jetpack missile Ori’verda had kept was blasted off towards them and the ensuing explosions took all their lives. Leaving only one remaining Ranger armed with the crimson Sith lightsaber T’Rani wielded. With his wrist blaster he eliminated the Ranger, untrained in the use of lightsabers. He picked up the weapon as a trophy.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 11 2014, 12:38pm says:


OOC: Get well soon, mate.

The distracted T’Rani soon felt an incinerating pain around her chest followed soon after by the sensation of mangled organs and the smell of charred skin. She glanced back towards her adversary and saw her reflection in his visor along with the gleaming glow of the darksaber having pierced her durasteel beskar’gam. In her final moments she could see, hear and feel clearly as the defeated spirit of Darth Nox left her body in a sea of black mist which converged back into its sarcophagus. Quickly and in an instant the blade was retrieved from the stab and the Ranger exhaled in surprise and fear, her hands reaching for the wound. T’Rani fell to her knees and simply closed her eyes as darkness started to cover them the more her life force ebbed away.

Finally, Ori’verda had achieved his revenge. His lust for wrath was quenched but as with every Mandalorian his will for battle was insatiable. The remaining Rangers approached and raised their weapons towards the former Mand’alor. With a glance towards Lord Lok to indicate this was his fight Ori’verda entered a ready stance to do battle with his enemy.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 11 2014, 10:22am says:

Briefly the jetpack was activated to avoid collision and the helmet's visor being one of the weakest point was naturally made stronger to resist such an attack.

Knowing fully well that a single ion weapon would render everything he was equipped and armed with useless Ori'verda had seen to it that his fate would not result in death because of malfunctions. The majority of his equipment was either hardened against electrical attacks or did not use electronics.

"How disappointing." Ori'verda flourished his weapons back into a single entity, Chaos. He awaited the next pathetic attempt at an attack.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 10 2014, 1:12am says:

I would have to agree with this.

Even during replays where I made the strategic decision to pick the superior Pokémon depending on where I would need that type most.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 4:40pm replied:

Do they show up around Easter?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 3:33pm says:

As advanced and quick as these attacks were to Ori'verda they were mere child's play given his nature as a master swordsmen. Adding to that was the sense that had taken him over and directed him. The techniques were highly predictable and followed a set clear patterns.

To combat this the Mandalorian merely deflected and pushed off each attack and beat his opponent back by using the force of the attack against her.

Tegu nun vesti j'us, rajidona.

Again something incomprehensible resounded from deep within him. Yet somehow more understandable now then before. Finally, he accepted this force and ceased to resist. The agony and torment receded and his mind sharpened.


Suddenly everything was that much more clearer to Ori'verda and his muscles felt less strained. In fact he felt like he was being guided.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 2:52pm says:

"Predictable and repetitive!" Ori'verda shouted with contempt and disgust at his adversary,shortly followed by a chuckle.

Once more his speech not his own and he could feel the pain across his body increase with each passing moment. Why was his body failing him? Betraying him? He should be in total control over his powers (metaphorical)!

This fight was partially against T'Rani and partially against himself. The more he struggled the less attention he could afford to his adversary and as he increased his resistance he increased his own agony.

Rajidona, zioplys!


Stargazer's blades were approaching fast. Having expected this Chaos broke in two and deflected the block and countered the push of the lockdown. The Mandalorian forced in for a Keldabe kiss as T'Rani answered with a kick, breaking apart both combatants albeit one had a significantly large headache whilst the other was knocked back a long distance.

He jumped back upon his feet and awaited. The next move was for T'Rani to make.

OOC: I feel really bad for Pain. Throw him a bone too mate.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 1:56pm says:

The ferocious brute force from the blocked attack unbalanced T'Rani bringing her secondary attack out of range but also keeping her from the follow-up slash by Ori'verda.

Now it was up to the Mandalorian to make the first strike. He struck with a directed forward shiak aimed at the chest and empowered by a small dash towards T'Rani. His hands tightening around the adjoined grip as he set down again and approached his opponent.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 1:16pm replied:

Do you mean this?: Upload.wikimedia.org

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 1:13pm says:

OOC: I feel bad for Pain. He won't get to fight a Sith and I don't get to fight a (true) Mandalorian. Demonic possessions are underrated though.

Ori'verda was a master swordsmen in his own right and not even a Ranger would be a match for him. But he was not fighting a Ranger as much as he was fighting a Sith and that Sith was not fighting as much a Mandalorian as it was fighting something else entirely.

Words escaped from his mouth; "Predictable to the last." the taunt was not his. It raised some degree of concern but in battle those whom overthink their position are lost.

As the blade of T'Rani met with Chaos, its force pushed it downward. Harnessing this power Ori'verda performed a roll over the back of his adversary and carried over the remainder of the force and built up momentum to continue the spin into a backwards slash directed at T'Rani's stomach and, in case the first one failed, the accumulated energy would be released in an automatic second upwards slash vertically across T'Rani.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 12:22pm replied:


But it is fairly fun and very addicting, especially online with buddies.

Plenty of mods to add flavour and I have already seen some major projects along with CA's efforts to fix it.

If you truly want a horrible and bad game go play Warframe. I love it, you would probably hate it. But hey, to each his or her own poison right?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 11:50am replied:

What? Why?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 9:56am says:

There was no reaction from Ori'verda other then the movement of his arm to reach Chaos from his back. He drew it and ignited the ancient weapon, unbroken.

He entered a battle ready stance. One that did not mimic any of the stances he had developed. Not that he could use those on the weapon he wielded anyway.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 7:41am says:

At least I consider this an accomplishment and pretty challenging...

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 9 2014, 7:39am says:

As soon as T'Rani vanished the statue her shadow was prayed at was dissipated by the high powered blast of Beviin. Very little material existed in the galaxy that could resist it. The Verpine made sure of that and Ori'verda made certain the Verpine were sure.

Unable to contain his rage any longer at this mockery of a Sith, at the betrayal of his mission, the directed insult at Mandalorians and so much more.

But no. The Codex was clear in this matter. Responding with force on a mere insult, a failure at that, was beneath Ori'verda. His time would come. Yet something else stirred inside of him. Like a beast being uncoiled, twisting around. It felt as if his organs were being skewered from within and his mind felt corrupted, clouded in shadow. The teachings of the Codex made way for a different code.

The agony grew but the Mandalorian, or what remained of him, could not utter a single word. His mouth felt dry and his lungs empty. The desire to continue... Something, was overwhelming. Only a crooked, wry smile covered his face and a faint cough-like laugh left his throat, no it was a chuckle.

Was this insanity the result of a weak mind against an ancient Sith Lord? The inability to complete his revenge against T'Rani Stargazer and her army? An eventuality bound to happen because of his failure as Mand'alor?

Or perhaps there were other forces at work.

OOC: AKA I have nothing to do so I am making stuff up. You go Pain! *Grabs popcorn to watch the epic Sith showdown*.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 3:15pm says:

After everything he had gone through Ori'verda refused to believe his journey was about to end. T'Rani Stargazer was beneath some pathetic statue of an ancient Sith Lord without her army and barely a threat. At least so it seemed. He was disappointed at this anticlimactic turn of events and hoped, and somewhere knew, the quest was not yet over. Between Lok, Ori'verda and T'Rani anything and everything could happen in the blink of an eye.

This was either not a trap, an obvious trap or an trap that was not obvious. Which completely covered most possibilities.

Ori'verda nodded to Lord Lok in agreement and chuckled under his breath at what the droid said. There is never talk of termination with mild prejudice is there? The one time he listened to the droid it actually said something Ori'verda could bear listening to and it was not the first time this particular droid had done such. But time was being wasted. Without further delay the Mandalorian raised Beviin and aimed directly at the back of the head of T'Rani. He pulled the trigger and released the shot.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 2:53pm replied:


For me it was a challenge. I hardly kept my sanity. Who knew leading an enormous empire would be that stressful?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 2:51pm says:

Still nothing in comparison to the legendary battle of the 300 Romans against the 6000 Barbarians.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 2:43pm replied:

Actually I know you cannot continue it and also Macedon returned as rebels after capturing Pella.

The challenge is to capture all territory historically held by Alexander the Great (or Rome) or if you feel like a greater challenge all territory I have up here which is a tad more.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 2:27pm says:

I completely forgot about that graphic bug in Bactria. It is kinda an eye sore.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 10:53am says:

OOC: You're welcome. Also; what? What did I do?

The violent eruptions in the room did not cause Ori'verda to panic as much as the flickering of the door piqued his interest. Nothing was found in the statues but at least it got him one step closer to something, even if it entailed death. Inaction was among one of the Mandalorian's few dreads he held and hated.

If the door was protected by a force field then it meant it could be disabled. Luckily for him he had enough explosives to do so but as soon as he heard the familiar flowing of robes and metal pounding he joined his Darksabers into Chaos and withdrew it.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 7:33am says:

OOC: Briikase gote'tuur, Pain.

Considering the violent headache as a result of the now undeniable presence of possible insanity Ori'verda checked his helmet's recordings and as he expected they revealed nothing. No sound or visual on the whispers and the apparitions he saw materialize. He tried to give meaning to what had happened but it eluded him. The helplessness was unsettling which had the same results as before. Something called out to him and Ori'verda had to heed it as soon as he could.

With no other option and his observations inconclusive he decided on one of the few remaining options. From his back plate he drew Chaos and broke it in two before lighting it. The twisted dark beams of light were thin, held back by an aura of white light. From the blades emanated the unique humming sound that was the reverse of ordinary Lightsabers.

The Mandalorian calmed his mind to give it and his body more strength in addition to his unyielding will and desire to break T'Rani Stargazer, whatever remains of her. The vision showed him that those weak of mind and body would be broken by the tomb and if she had fallen then the one to have orchestrated her downfall should have dug an additional grave. He moved towards the centre of the room and faced the door. To his sides were the two guardian statuettes. Simultaneously he cut them vertically down the middle using the two Darksabers.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 8 2014, 2:17am says:

Puzzling and bothersome. To be stuck and have his progressed continuously stopped whilst being so close to vengeance. Why is that anyway? Regardless , Ori'verda observed the statuettes for seams that would reveal a switch or hidden crevice.

As unsettling as the whispers were he would not allow it to distract him. In his mind he turned the ghosts into droids which calmed him considerably. He decided against turning his attention to the unreadable murals and sturdy door. Instead he peaked through the cracks of the room. Perhaps this entire area was meant to be torn to bits in order to escape it?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 4:17pm says:

OOC: Which is what I would like to do AK. But story logic dictates one decision to rule them all. Story logic overrules RPG logic in this regard. Here's hoping the pathways connect back to a main room or that the third route will open up once me and Pain activate a "key" on the two other paths.

Not sure HH. I choose the centre one. Since you never indicated which one had the blood trail and which one was damaged as far as I'm concerned I could be following the damaged one as well as the blood trail.

So it is up to you.

Just to be clear though. There are only two pathways open right?

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 3:25pm says:

Both pathways had an equal chance of leading into more traps or into more traps and T'Rani Stargazer. Actually they both were going to lead into more traps regardless and whether or not one of them included the fallen Rangers or whatever Lord Lok was looking for in this wretched hole of curious mystery. This tomb belonged to the dead whom were buried into it and the carrions of lost adventurers whom were taken by it.

But this Mandalorian adventurer would not be prey to such. For as long as either he or T'Rani Stargazer drew breath they would linger. One of them had to die.

The murals on the walls betrayed nothing but its history and even that barely. If it betrayed nothing then the pathways could also lead to nothing. This possibility was unsettling to Ori'verda. Strangely however the same nothingness felt welcoming to him and beckoned him to explore and find something meant to be lost beneath the desert sands of the Korriban wastes.

Casting aside any other thoughts and refocusing on the present. The Mandalorian looked in both directions before stepping forward towards the centre one. "Lok, you forge your own path." Ori'verda said without looking back moments before vanishing into the darkness of the path.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 12:01pm says:

Whilst Lord Lok was conducting his research the Mandalorian turned his attention towards the murals on the tomb walls. His fascination getting the better of him. Ancient cultures and in particular the wars had always fascinated him for as the saying goes; he who controls the past commands the future. He who commands the future, conquers the past.

Ori'verda returned his attention to the present and quickly checked his equipment to make sure everything was ready. He anticipated another attack to follow sooner or later.

Once everything was in order he joined Lok in his research and observed the equipment and ashes. His helmet feeding the analyzed information to him. What puzzled and worried Ori'verda most was the possibility that he would be bereft of his vengeance because of the beasts of Korriban although a more likely scenario would be that T'Rani and her army simply ignore or have tamed these creatures. Mandalorians, and Rangers in particular, are too formidable to be killed by beasts.

Unless of course you are the most fearsome Taung warrior whom just happens to be surrounded by all sorts of creatures on the jungle moon of Onderon.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 11:28am says:

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 5:42am says:

Ambushing the Mandalorian from behind the Hssiss pounced upon Ori'verda. He let the momentum carry him in a roll forward even as the beast sank its claws into his armor, missing his flesh by inches.

The Hssiss was shaken off and slammed into a tomb wall by a Force push from Lord Lok before being dispatched by a volley of shots from Ori'verda's wrist blaster.

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=СРБ=Ori`verda Jul 7 2014, 5:08am says:

This is the "best" Star Wars fanmade movie ever made.

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