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    Default Galactic News Network (Journalistic story)

    While there are many talented authors of short stories that occasionally post their works, I wanted to try a slightly different story. Rather than writing a short story or novel, I'm trying the "Journalistic Storytelling" approach. These are news articles from Galactic News Network, an interstellar news network in the same universe as the Achenaran Imperium from the Privateer RP. I'm not going to date these articles because I don't want to bother setting up some sort of interstellar dating template.

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    Ilu protest Achenaran Expansion

    DAEDALON- Ilu officials protested the colonization of unclaimed assets along the boundaries of Ilu space. Prime Minister Dalgon claims, "While the worlds are currently uninhabited, the Ilu people have extensive trade routes that rely on travel through unclaimed space to avoid tariffs and transgressions upon the territories of other nations. While they may seem like unclaimed territory, clearly the fact that the Achenarans are starting to claim them is evidence that they intend to interfere with our interstellar trade."

    Achenaran sources claim, "Unclaimed space is just that: Unclaimed. If the Ilu wanted to control the territory for the purpose of their trade routes, they would have colonized it centuries ago. The fact that they prefer to stay in the Daedalon area rather than expand their domain is none of our concern. There is no reason why we can't claim the natural resources of this area for our own... after all, they would simply go to waste otherwise."

    "They're enveloping us," claims another Ilu authority, who prefers to remain nameless. "This is just like the Imperialist Achenarans. It's clear they intend for the Ilu people to submit to Achenaran authorities. Their plan is to completely envelop Ilu territory and strangle us from any sort of interstellar relations. I for one will not stand for it. Someone needs to stand up to the aggressive expansion of the Achenaran people. While we ourselves are small, we have many allies. Ilu trade networks expand beyond the domain of Achenaran influence. Our friends will come to our aid, and stop the aggressive expansion of the Achenaran conquerers."

    This is not the first time Ilu and Achenaran governments have had conflicting interests. Relations were initially shaky between the Achenarans and the closest ally to the Ilu, the Zikaren Empire. Despite a rocky start due to the distrust Ilu people feel towards Achenarans, Achenaran and Zikaren forces were able to form a military alliance against the Jasidian Empire several years ago. However, Zikaren officials commented, "If it comes to a choice between the Ilu and the Achenarans, we will always back our Ilu allies. Achenarans know better than to mess with the Zikaren Armada. I am certain that they will back down when they come to the realization that we will not let them push around our little cousin."

    Achenaran sources declined to comment on this Zikaren statement.
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    Default A new Achenaran flagship

    WIRUS, Achenaran Imperium- Achenaran forces commissioned a new warship, last night. Although there are ships built every day in Achenaran space, this one in particular is rather unique. The new Warship, called Juggernaught, is in itself larger than the largest warships produced by most nations. The Juggernaught is the latest of Bahamut class Regional Grand Armada flagships in the Imperial Armada. Command of the vessel was given to Grand Admiral Robert Niven of the Achenaran Imperial Armada.

    "I am proud to be the one placed in charge of the Juggernaught," claims Niven, "It is truly a remarkable warship, a testament to Achenaran Imperial power. Few nations are fortunate to have even a super dreadnought sized warship, and yet the Imperial Armada boasts six warships than dwarf the scale of our super dreadnoughts."

    He was referring, of course, to the other four Bahamut class flagships: Bahamut, Tiamat, Behemoth, and Leviathan, as well as the Imperial Grand Flagship, Invincible, the most massive vessel in the known galaxy.

    "It's a great responsibility," claims Niven. "The Emperor has placed me in charge of a full 20% of the most powerful Armada in the galaxy. I hope to live up to his expectations, and will fulfill all my duties to the best of my ability."

    The Juggernaught will be placed in command of the 5th Regional Grand Armada in the Achenaran Imperium. Under Niven's leadership, five new Super Dreadnought Armadas will be assigned. Following the nomenclature of the Excalibur class super dreadnoughts, the Armada flagships are called Herpe, Green Dragon, Zulfiqar, Tonbogiri, and Galatine.

    "Truly epic names for epic warships," agrees Niven. "Achenaran super dreadnoughts are named after legendary weapons, the artifacts of ancient myth and legend which make possible the epic stories that have passed down through generations. Ships like the Bahamut and the Juggernaught, however, transcend mere weaponry, legendary or no. They are named after mighty forces of nature, unstoppable and unrelenting. This is how we want the Achenaran Imperial Armada to be described. We can be someone's greatest ally or most ferocious enemy. But we demand respect from everyone, Achenaran or alien."

    The maiden voyage of the 5th Regional Grand Armada is scheduled to take place later this week.
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    Default Special Reporter Gwendolin of the Musicians Field Academy Reports

    In late breaking entertainment news there has finally been a break in the writers strike inaceted over the poor treatment of stories by producers. The Galactic Writers Guild has today made a break through that will allow the writers to go back to work. Producers are now not allowed to make their own changes to a story without paying the writer or writers emotional damages.

    50,000 GGP for an addition of an explosion
    50,000 GGP for the removal of plot exposition
    25,000 GGP for catch phrases shoved in at random
    and
    100,000 for sensational seens which break the plot line and ruin the real action build up.

    at the conclusion of this meeting it is reported that many of the writers who filled in during the strike are now applying for admittance to the GWG.

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    Default Zikaren Forces Mobilize

    RESALON, Zikaren Empire- As the events around the Ilu system of Daedalon build up, Zikaren authorities step in to intervene on behalf of their allies. Several ships were sent to Daedalon, in response to a cry for help on behalf of the Ilu government. Additionally, a large fleet of Zikaren warships is being sent to the border in case matters escalate.

    "We're only acting as a deterrent," says Zikaren ambassador Eldoren in the diplomatic center of the Empire, "The Achenarans are reasonable. They will not attack the Ilu when they realize they will have to fight Zikaren warships in order to reach Daedalon." Though there only a few Zikaren ships in Daedalon itself, it is obvious that any sort of attack would provoke a counter-attack by the Zikaren fleet.

    "We aren't trying to provoke the Achenarans into an aggressive offensive," says Eldoren, "Which is why we didn't send a large fleet into Daedalon. We do have a fleet within a few parsecs, just in case, but it is reserved for a counter-offensive in case the Achenarans do the unthinkable."

    When asked why the Zikarens would favor the Ilu over the Imperium, Eldoren replied, "We aren't favoring anyone over anyone. We are simply keeping the peace. We value our friendship with the Achenarans, who fought alongside us in the Jasidian War. Without the assistance of Achenaran forces when the Jasidians attacked, we could have suffered severe casualties or even lost a battle or two."

    The Achenarans, however, do not view the matter in the same light. The Achenaran ambassador to the Ilu, Lord Boulder, says, "It is preposterous that the Zikarens would choose to fight against us in this matter. For them to tell us that they would prefer to resolve issues peacefully is one thing, but to actually send military aid and dare us to attack is something else. This is no way to treat an ally and brethren, who shed their blood alongside the Zikarens when we fought Jasidia."

    Eldoren was also asked what he feels is the worst case scenario. "Worst case scenario," he says, "They press their luck and attack. Ilu forces, with the assistance of us and their other allies, should be able to hold the Achenarans back until our fleet can arrive. Once that happens, assuming equal numbers, we'll push them back. Achenaran forces rely too heavily on superior numbers to win in battle. Look at their ships.. single purpose vessels that rely on fleet support tactics to make a coherent force. Zikaren vessels, however, have greater variety of weapons for multi-purpose roles, allowing greater versatility against a single-minded foe. Though the Achenaran has a great deal more ships in total, they have so much territory to protect that they can't send a particularly large force to Daedalon, while we can. They know this, and because they know this, I am confident they will not attack."

    When asked why the Zikarens are so confident in their chances of success against the Achenarans, who had never lost a war, Eldoren replied, "The reason the Achenarans have never lost is because they've only ever fought weaker opponents, with inferior ship designs, and only when they have the advantage. They pick and choose which fights they can win, which is why they won't be picking this fight. We did the right thing. Boulder may object, but at least the Ilu will remain independent."

    In response to this "blatant display of favoritism", Achenaran diplomat Lord Boulder left Resalon in protest, returning to his home system of Ferro in the Imperium.
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    Default Fast Attack Craft? Achenaran fleet structure reorganized.

    WIRUS, Achenaran Imperium- As the fleets of the 5th Imperial Grand Armada organized today, new ships were seen among the formations. The vessels looked similar to corvettes, yet even smaller. These vessels, deemed "Stiletto class Fast Attack Craft," are the newest escort vessels in the Achenaran Imperial Armada.

    "The corvette," explains Professor Franco Herbert, the lead designer of the Stiletto class, "Was generally considered the smallest interstellar warship for many years. However, as time went on, all ships gradually grew in size as more weaponry was added and upgraded engines installed to give greater speed. Achenaran Imperial Corvettes are now much larger than their ancestors were in the Second Imperium. Because of this, we wanted to see if we could make a smaller ship to fill the roll of fast, maneuverable escort vessel."

    The Stiletto class is not the only new warship in the Imperial Armada. Widescale refit operations increased the size of the Knight class Light Cruiser and Broadsword class Destroyer. Introduced to fill the gap between the Saber class Frigate and the Broadsword class Destroyer is the brand new "Gladius class Destroyer Escort."

    "The Gladius class was introduced to fill an already existing gap between Frigate and Destroyer," exclaims Herbert when asked about the new Destroyer Escort. "When we designed the previous version of the Broadsword, it was scaled up larger than we had originally anticipated. The Saber class masses at 25,000 tons, while the Broadsword was massing at 75,000 tons. Most Imperial warships are about twice the mass of the next smaller vessel, but the Broadsword was a good three times the mass of the Saber. So we made up the difference by creating a new, 50,000 ton Destroyer Escort vessel and increasing the size of the larger Destroyer to 100,000 tons. We scaled up the Knight class as well, which was only about 2/5 the mass of the larger Champion class Heavy Cruiser. Ships in the Imperial Armada are much more uniform now."

    However, not every ship in the Imperial Armada is twice the size of the next smaller vessel. For example, the Saber class Frigate is only half again the size of the Rapier class Corvette. "We are aware of the discrepancy between frigate and corvette," admits Herbert, "But for now we're just going to keep the ship sizes as they are. Refitting and redesigning vessels to fit those specifications is expensive, and it's not a major difference. Instead, we've simply reorganized the standard Fleet structure to adapt to size discrepancies."

    With the introduction of two new escort warships, however, it appears the Imperial Armada is moving towards a fleet of smaller, fast warships rather than the larger capital ships. "This is not the case," says Herbert. "While it appears we're introducing a lot of escort craft, we are in fact balancing out a previously existing imbalance in the Fleet structure. The Achenaran Fleet used to consist of three classes of escort vessels, five classes of carriers, three classes of cruisers, and two classes of battleships. Since battleships and cruisers serve similar roles as line warships, there are basically five classes of line warships. We have merely reorganized ship sizes so that we have five escort, five line, and five carrier. In an era where fighter swarms and missiles can be devastating to larger warships, having an effective point defense screen provided by escort vessels is essential in Achenaran fleet organization."

    Interestingly enough, with the introduction of new escort vessels, the production on previously existing large capital ships has increased. Particularly, the Imperial Armada has seen the introduction of a great deal more Archon class Dreadnoughts, Paragon class Battle Dreadnoughts, and Arbalest class Supercarriers.

    "The Dreadnoughts, Battle Dreadnoughts, and Supercarriers were noticibly few in number in the old fleet structure," explains Herbert. "This is largely because they served the role as command vessels, but also due to the lack of point defense protection since there were only three classes of escort vessel. With newer escort ships in development, it allowed us to expand our production of large capital ships. Specifically, the Paragon class Battle Dreadnought. I always thought that terminology was really cool... 'Battle Dreadnought' just sounds awesome, don't you think?"

    The Paragon class Battle Dreadnought serves as a halfway point between Battleship and Dreadnought. "Used to be we only had two Paragon class BD's in a fleet," says Herbert. "That's five BD's for every Paladin class Battleship. With more escort ships, we can now build five Battle Dreadnoughts per fleet, filling their role quite nicely. The Supercarrier just follows naturally, since they provide their own PD screen with their fighters. But we did increase their number from three to eight, helping to cover the fact that full Dreadnoughts do not carry fighters."

    Interestingly enough, the increase in Archon class Dreadnoughts is one of the biggest changes to fleet structure. "Used to be we'd only have one Dreadnought per fleet," says Herbert. "This made sense to us. Since the Dreadnought is the command vessel, the leader of the fleet, there was no need to have more than one. However, recently, we've been thinking... why do we have to stick with only one command ship in a fleet? Having a second dreadnought does not limit us in any way... it merely increases the versatility of the Achenaran fleet. For example, one dreadnought may take charge of the line warships, while the other takes charge of the carriers. Or, we can divide our fleets in half and put a dreadnought in charge of each. Given these options, it made sense to increase fleet sizes from one dreadnought per fleet to two. And we have the escort vessels to protect them, now, so why not?"

    The 5th Imperial Grand Armada is expected to be the first to use this new structure, due to the fact that its newer fleets are easier to structure.
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    Default The Stargazer

    DRAGOS SYSTEM, Draconan Empire

    This is the Stargazer News, with our segment on international news.

    The Draconans were attacked by the Vorthian Empire a few weeks ago. A fleet of thirty-three battleships, including three heavy cruisers, twenty-one regular cruisers, five light cruisers, two troop carriers, and two single-man fighter carriers. Four hundred single-man fighters accompanied the fleet, along with five scouting vessels.

    Their fleet was annihilated by the Draconan fleet, with the help of a few of their allies, according to reliable sources. One of their heavy cruisers was captured along with one of their fighter carriers, along with all of its single-man fighters. Four of the five scouter ships were destroyed when the Vorthians attempted a retreat, with the angered Draconans close behind.

    One of the Vorthian cruisers escaped as well, but with extreme damage done to its hull by the time the Draconans let it go for undisclosed purposes of their own, but many sources opine that they intend to strike fear into their old rivals.

    A large Draconan attack fleet was seen soon after the battle, heading towards the Aulkarops System, which is one of the Vorthian Empire's most valuable star systems, and located in the nebula. That is the place where their attack fleet launched to assail the Draconans.

    That is all of the information we have on the battle, as the Draconans themselves have yet to comment on it. We will bring further developments as soon as they come in.

    This is the Stargazer, and thank you for choosing us as your news source tonight.
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    Default New Defense Force in the Rammos System.

    RAMMOS SYSTEM- The Rammos System, once a popular trade route for merchants, have been terrorized by various criminal gangs, like the Pagan Riders or the Shredders, for two whole years now. Why not one of the different governments have intervened with the criminals is because they can't. Their fleets are too weak to take on the criminals and governments outside the System doesn't care as they don't rely on it. But now the people of the Rammos System have finally started to hope for the downfall of these thugs, and its all thanks to Carl Alexander, a former Achenaran corporation owner, and his newly formed Rammos Defense Force, RDF.
    "I knew that the crime rates had been rising in the Rammos System," explains Carl Alexander, "But I didn't knew that no one were helping the people fight the crime gangs. I thought about it and decided to do something, but what could I, a single man, do? I couldn't exactly tell the Pagans or Shredders to pack their things and go away. Thats when I came up with an armed force that could ensure the laws of the System, like the Galactic Police Force. I pulled out some money from the bank and hired some Privateers and Mercenaries that I could find on the different planets that wanted to help the Rammos System. I promised to pay them once per month, with Achenaran credits, if they joined the RDF. I got most of them to join me, but some weren't interested. We contacted the different governments and made a deal:
    That we defend them in exchange for payment. Our numbers are growing and we have already captured some of the Pagans and Shredders."
    When we asked him if he were afraid that the crime gangs would hire assassins to kill him, he answered: "Like every man, I'm afraid that that would happen. But whenever I start to think that, I'm reminded that I got the RDF watching out for me at the same time, so I'm not that afraid."
    Lastly we asked him if he was using Achenaran Technology on the RDF ships, he answered: "I respect my race and its law, so no. The RDF is not using Achenaran technology, as we want to show these criminals that they should fear everyone, not just the Achenaran Empire."
    That was our report from the Rammos System.
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    Default Privateers or Pirates? Is there a difference?

    SCHETZEN VERGE- This just in: GNN has been getting many reports of an increase in pirate activity in the Schetzen Verge. The Verge, full of smaller, newer races to interstellar space travel, is no stranger to the interstellar plague of local piracy. Indeed, the region has long been known as the "Privaeer's Paradise" in reference to the popularity of Achenaran privateering in the area. Local governments learned early on that placing a bounty on criminals would often lead to a collection by small vessels with powerful weapons.

    Over time, the Verge governments came to rely too heavily on Achenaran privateers. It got to the point where they couldn't afford not to use them, but at the expense of many of their own local fleets. As a result, no major powers have been able to emerge in the Verge as of yet, and GNN hasn't found soil to take root in the region.

    The crisis in the Verge reached critical mass, however, with the arrival of the Achenaran Pirate Exile, Jack Jaimeson. Jaimeson swept through the Verge with a different idea. An ultimatum was sent to the Achenaran privateers of the region: Join or die. Many Achenaran privateers reportedly did join, most notably a genetic hybrid named Weyla K'Treva.

    Several others reportedly took up the mantle of piracy themselves, accord to sources. Most noteworthy among them is a former Achenaran War Hero named James Drake, who terrorized systems in Fierian space and joined forces with Jaimeson to attack Pan Omega several weeks ago.

    "I have long been opposed to the idea of licensed piracy," states Baron Robert Barker, an Achenaran judge of law in the Wirus system. "And that's what privateering is. We give them a license to become contract killers. The excuse that they're only meant to kill pirates holds little merit, in my opinion. Privateers are in it for the money. They have no qualms about who they kill, so long as they get paid for it. The crisis in the Verge is proof that we need to bring an end to licensed privateering and outlaw the private pirate captains."

    "I must respectably disagree with Baron Barker," states Sir Hank Morgan, an Advocate and former privateer himself. "Most privateers are simply Achenarans with a strong sense of justice. The Achenaran government is unable and unwilling to be the police force of the galaxy. Our people's main concern is the welfare of Achenaran citizens and civilians, as it should be. We're willing to gradually spread the benefits of Achenaran military protection to the galaxy, but the local races refuse to surrender their sovereignty, so we have no choice but to leave them to their own devices. Privateers, however, refuse to lie down while evil plagues the less fortunate, and take arms themselves in defense of these small governments. Media hype and paranoia lead many people to believe privateers to be criminals, but I think such broadcasts should wait until they know the whole truth to be published. In fact, I'd wager that the first half of the article you're recording now is about hearsay and rumors of privateers becoming pirates."

    Pirates or no, Achenaran privateers have been given a friendly eviction notice by most of the Verge authorities. Contracts have noticeably dropped, and many privateers have been forcibly recalled back to Achenaran space. Investigations are ongoing to the exact nature and activity of Achenaran privateers over the last several years, as well as the 86th Achenaran Fleet being dispatched to deal with Jaimeson's forces.

    As of yet, the whereabouts of several privateers are unknown.
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    Default A princess comes home... and brings a new toy.

    WIRUS, Achenaran Imperium- A large crowd gathered in the spaceport of the capital city to welcome home a beloved icon. Princess Lily Crystalline Valentine, the lovely daughter of King Vance Valentine of Wirus, has returned to the Imperium after an extended stay as an ambassador in the Surian Empire.

    "It's good to be home," said her Highness as she stepped off the landing craft. She was greeted by her father, the king, and a platoon of House Valentine Royal Guards. Waving her greetings to the crowd as they passed, the princess returned to her home in the castle.

    "The Surians are a remarkably pleasant people," said Princess Lily when asked, "In their society, it is a sin not to appreciate beauty and symmetry in all its forms. Everywhere I went, I saw this. Even their ships of war are designed to be visibly appearing and luxurious first and foremost."

    When asked about a rumor regarding marriage proposals from both the Surian prince who escorted her and the Emperor of Suria himself, Lily smiled in her adorable fashion and said, "My father will be the one to decide who and when I marry. I do have a certain special proposal outstanding right now but... it's a secret," she winked. The young princess, who looks like an ordinary teenage girl in many aspects, seems to be in no hurry to tie the knot. "I want to enjoy my youth," she said. "I like to have fun like an ordinary girl, a lot of the time, and though I do not neglect my many responsibilities, I'm in no rush to add motherhood to that list."

    On the very morning following her arrival, Lily marched directly to the local hospital and produced a data disk with a great deal of technical information on it. The disk outlined some revolutionary medical and biotech information, as well as the blueprint to a device that incorporated the most advanced medical technology ever discovered. The new device, called the "Chrysallis machine" can apparently extend the lifespan of the Achenaran races indefinitely.

    "The Surians focus on technology that improves the lives of everyone," said Lily, "And as such, they have the most advanced medical technology in the known galaxy. To show their benevolence, they have extended this knowledge to the Achenaran race in exchange for renewed friendship. They want to show us that they are a good people, kind and generous."

    The Chrysallis device is being adapted for use in Achenaran physiology and is expected to be standard equipment on all military vessels. The device operates by scanning the entire body of a person, and stimulating reproduction of cells to replace dead ones, with the ability to reconstruct a body from the ground up. DNA can be copied or modified, with reduction of telomeres and reversal of the natural aging process.

    "What I thought was most remarkable," said Lily, "Is that it can actually bring back someone who would previously have been thought dead." So long as the brain as not suffered severe trauma or neurological stress, a body can be reconstructed entirely with the cells brought back to life, with all memory and mental functions functional.

    "However, fatal damage to the brain is irreversible," she frowned, "Even if the body is brought back, it would not be the same person without the memories and personality he had in life. It would be a blank-minded clone... not the original person."

    Though it cannot provide true immortality, regular Chrysallis treatments can at least provide eternal youth and prevent death by natural causes that do not kill the brain. It is expected to be the premier medical treatment in the Imperium once it is implemented.

    "We have the Surians to thank for this," said Lily. "So be kind to our neighbor. I only hope we can repay this debt to them in time."

    The Surian Empire has been an ally of the Imperium since the Jasidian War.
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    SCHETZEN VERGE

    Welcome to our segment on the Schetzen Verge, for all who are interested in this place.

    For those wanting to vacation there, the normally lush and vibrant Whitewater Nebula, as we call it, you would want to stay away from the borders of the place.

    The main power there, called by outsiders by the name of the Draconan Empire, has been attacked by one of their chief rivals, called the Vorthian Empire.

    The Draconans soundly defeated a large part of the Vorthian fleet, and proceeded to attack one of their primary shipyards that was near the border to "their" nebula, as the Draconans have made a point time and again of saying.

    Several of the Draconan allies proceeded to help, most notably the Darnaasian Republic, a trusted ally of theirs. The Draconans officially planted their flag in their system when it surrendered to them, ten hours after the battle started.

    Since then, several smaller wars have started in the region, consisting mostly of fighting between Draconan allies and Vorthian allies. So far, it seems as if the Draconan allies are generally getting the upper hand, but it is still too early to tell.

    We will update you on this article when we see any new developments.
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