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A few years after the destruction of the Temple, when the Order rediscovered Tython and had a new Temple built there, Morr sneaked planetside. He then trained the dangerous Flesh Raiders. Over the years he made them into his army. Morr even trained those among them who were...

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More surprisingly, she is also a very well-educated weapons engineer. Nekev is entirely capable of designing and building new models of blaster from the ground up (assuming proper software and tools). She studied with the master weaponsmiths of Ma’ar Shaddam – not something...

(Profile #1 - Early) (Star Wars: The Old Republic)
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The Great Galactic War The return of the Sith Empire was called the Great Galactic War. Their invasion of the Republic was generally a success, thanks to their military might and the vast number of Sith warriors they had trained. While the Empire couldn’t conquer the much larger...

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The first were the Mandalorians. These are a warrior culture open to persons from all species and all planets… as long as they can cut it. Mandalorians revere strength and combat prowess. Their vaguely Nietzschean ethos is all about meeting other great warriors in combat to...

(Profile #1 - Early) (Star Wars: The Old Republic)
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This specific game is set 10 years after the Treaty of Coruscant. This means that the Battle of Yavin (in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (that’s the 1977 one)) is 3,643 years in the future. The Star Wars aesthetics are easily recognizable, though. In this galaxy far away and a long...