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Star Wars: The Demise of the Sith

A Star Wars genre RP with little to no reference to existing characters of the time and instead of characters of our own creations interacting. While at times there may be an NPC thrown in reference here and there, for the most part, canon characters should not have RPed parts. 

As I prefer to look at the times towards the beginning of the Republic when both the Sith and the Jedi were fighting for dominance, the setting of this roleplay is circa 1,100ish years before Anakin is even a blip on the maternal radar.

Per the timeline linked here,…d/chronosw.html , this is also 70ish years before the Sith are believed to be annihalated (obviously not true) and the end of the Sith War. It is 300 years before Yoda is born, just so everyone has a concept of just what is going on.

Classes allowed for play in this RP:

Normal non-jedi/non-sith characters:
These can be of any race/allegiance/etc of the Republic times.  Can be smugglers, bounty hunters, whatever you want really as long as they match the world.

Jedi Sentinels
Sentinels also practiced a form of Force Immunity that crossed Force-based training with increased mental conditioning, allowing them to better withstand outside mental influences, including Force-based attacks. This allowed them protection from such powers as fear, stun and paralytic effects. Jedi Knights who followed this path were often dispatched to regions across the Galaxy in order to root out the dark side and to investigate unusual concentrations of the Force, similar to the Jedi Shadow and Jedi investigator. Traditionally, they wielded yellow bladed lightsabers, though this was not dictated as a rule of the Order. By the time of the Great Jedi Purge the title of ‘Sentinel’ appeared to have fallen into disuse.

The most notable Jedi Sentinel was Bastila Shan who, while still a Padawan, mastered the ancient and difficult art of battle meditation, using it to great effect to aid the Galactic Republic during the Jedi Civil War.

Jedi Guardians
A Jedi Guardian was the name given to a Jedi whose skills and talents lay in battle, a light side mirror of the Sith Warrior.

They often concentrated on martial training and combat and usually engaged in combat more than any other Jedi, though they were no less skilled at diplomacy. Like all Jedi, they were keepers of the peace, acting as a kind of special police force for the Republic. Guardians traditionally wielded blue lightsabers, however this was not a rule.

Once a Guardian attained the rank of Jedi Master, they were given the honorific title of Jedi Weapon Master.
According to legend, it was two Warrior Masters along with the two Sage Masters who constructed the Jedi Temple on the galactic capital of Coruscant.

Jedi Consular/Seer
A Jedi Consular (also called a Jedi seer) was, like all Jedi, skilled in battle, but rarely entered combat, preferring to study the mysteries of the Force. Consulars were the primary scholars and diplomats and seers of the Order, often becoming instructors.

What the Jedi Guardian preferred to achieve by combat, the Jedi Consular achieved by words or the Force. Traditonally, they wielded a green lightsaber, but, like all Jedi, they were free to choose their own color for the blade if they wished.

When they attained the rank of Jedi Master, consulars became known as Sage Masters.

Two Sage Masters joined with two Warrior Masters to build the initial Jedi Temple on Coruscant.

Jedi Knight
Jedi Knight was a rank of Jedi in the Jedi Order, following the title of Padawan and preceding that of Jedi Master. A Padawan would become a Jedi Knight once he or she had passed the Jedi Trials. In theory, it could take a Padawan many years of training under another Jedi Knight or a Jedi Master to achieve this rank (example: Obi-Wan Kenobi spent twelve years under Qui-Gon Jinn before he became a Knight, Anakin Skywalker had trained for almost the same time as his master before he achieved the rank). Knights were the backbone to the Jedi Order, being the majority. Jedi who held this rank were assigned most of the standard Jedi missions. Because most of the Jedi were of the rank of Knights, the Jedi Order as a whole were often called Jedi Knights. It should be noted as well that many Knights were addressed as “Master,” at least by their own apprentices.

Once a Padawan had passed the Jedi Trials, he or she was knighted by the Jedi Council and commissioned as an active member of the Jedi Order, free to participate in intergalactic peace-keeping, judicial, and diplomatic affairs. Rather than immediately beginning to participate in galactic affairs, a Jedi Knight may also choose to train a new Padawan.

Force adept
Those who can use the force but are not trained in it, more so than force sensitives.

Force Sensitve
Those who can sense the force and use it limitively. They would not be able to become any rank in either group because of their limited capabilities.

Sith Lord
Sith Lords were the leaders of the Sith. They commanded armies of Sith Minions, Acolytes and Warriors during wartime and ruled through a governing body known as the Sith council. Sith Lords used the dark side of the Force to inflict misery, suffering, and corruption. They were also tasked with preserving the lore of the Sith by passing all their knowledge on to their acolytes. While they did not enter combat as often as lesser Sith (preferring to use pawns, servants, or proxies), they were the most fearsome of the Sith as they were the keepers of the Sith’s greatest secrets and wielders of its most potent sorceries.

Sith Marauder
Sith Marauders, a variant of the Sith Warriors, were often responsible for the most brutal acts carried out by the Sith. Their training emphasized the aggressive use of a lightsaber rather than the Force. A Sith Marauder’s berserk physical prowess was a dark side technique fueled by hatred, rage, and cruelty. Thus, most Marauders could duel an average Jedi toe-to-toe and win easily. Caring little for the subtleties of manipulating others and lacking a deep understanding of the Force, Marauders were often burdened with carrying out the wishes of the Sith Lords.

Sith Warrior
Sith Warrior was a rank of the Sith order before Darth Bane’s reform of the Sith Order. They were mid-ranking Sith who generally focused their energies and skills towards battle, spending little time on actual dark side philosophy or other concerns of the “purer” Sith.

Sith Acolyte
Sith Acolyte were Force-sensitive apprentices who had only just started down the dark path under the tutelage of a more experienced Sith.

Sith adept
Sith Adept was a Sith rank during the New Sith Wars, similar to Sith acolyte. The Brotherhood of Darkness trained them in the Dathomir Academy and Iridonia Academy.

Sith Assassin
Specialized Sith minions included Sith Assassins, who preferred to ambush targets from the shadows rather than engaging them in standard combat. Almost always working solo or in small groups, they utilized stealth field generators and the rare art of Force camouflage to launch surprise attacks on their Jedi victims. While some used a lightsaber, most fought with more conventional melee weapons such as force pikes. Darth Traya, Darth Sion, and Darth Nihilus commanded legions of Sith Assassins during the aftermath of the Jedi Civil War, causing the near-extermination of the Jedi Order. The Sith Assassins drew their powers from the Force power of their enemies.

Sith Minion
Sith Minions were the lowliest members of the Sith. Some were not even Force-sensitive, and often worshiped the Sith Lords as gods. Sith Cultists, Sith Assassins and Sith Marauders can be considered examples of Sith Minions. However, the Sith also used soldiers, mercenaries, and conscripts to work for them.

Bounty Hunters

Please keep them reasonable, that’s all I have to say. There were bounties out, frequently, on all force users, but remember BHs were not all knowing nor were they immortal. They did screw up. Keep this in mind.

Canon characters/ships not allowed.