Patch 1.2 Content Leak - Return to Corellia, The Lost Island, and Explosive Conflict

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We already know from interviews with BioWare Employees that we are getting a new flashpoint in 1.2, but what we have uncovered are missions relating to the flashpoint... along with new dailies on Corellia and an all-new Operation called Explosive Conflict!

Dailies: The Fall of Corellia (Imperial) and Corellia Rising (Republic)

The dailies added in 1.2 will have us returning to one of the final planets in your class story - Corellia. After reading through some of the conversations associated with the NPCs listed here, as the Republic you will be trying to keep the Empire from getting ahold of "the Black Hole" (no idea if this is a real black hole or not) and the Empire trying to capture it.

NPCs

Quotes (Imperial)

  • General Konya: I'm Imperial now, and the Sith don't teach regret.
  • General Konya: His guards are killers--the worst pirates in Republic space, armored in radiation suits or from some species immune to everything. The rest? Just his army.
  • Sergeant Karloss: The Republic may've driven us off Corellia, but they'll never recover from what we did there.

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  • General Konya: General. You ordered the Empire's withdrawal from Corellia?
  • General Konya: This is Horizon Outpost. Edge of the Black Hole.
  • General Konya: That's right. You must be the Emperor's Wrath--and since I'm not dead yet, I suppose I owe you an explanation.
  • General Konya: Dark Lord. Didn't expect you to come in person; I hope you'll hear me out before the execution.
  • General Konya: That's right. And you're ex-Intelligence, ex-military... I can't even pull files on you, so I hope inviting you here wasn't my worst move yet.
  • General Konya: If you're after my head, I've already put credits in your account; does that buy me time to talk?
  • General Konya: General Adele Konya, formerly of the Corellian cabinet and commander of Horizon Outpost. We may be withdrawing, but we can still be victorious.
  • Ensign Navrata: They're here.
  • Ensign Navrata: She's here.
  • Ensign Navrata: He's here.
  • General Konya: I'm told you're staging some sort of suicide mission. You said you needed help.
  • General Konya: How did a former cabinet member become an Imperial general?
  • General Konya: We fought and died to take this planet. Retreat is not the way.
  • General Konya: We're stationed on the edge of the Black Hole--an industrial site used to store and process hypermatter. Volatile, toxic and key to lightspeed travel.
  • General Konya: We've sacked and burned almost everything on Corellia. Without the Black Hole, Corellian fleets will go without fuel and the planet will be isolated.
  • General Konya: We could hold Corellia--but after what happened on Ilum and Denova, the Empire is fragmented. We have to regroup.
  • General Konya: You have no idea.
  • General Konya: Seize the hypermatter and destroy the facilities. The Imperial fleet regroups, and the Republic is weighed down by a worthless planet.
  • General Konya: Straightforward enough. Why do you need me?
  • General Konya: Do you regret betraying your homeworld, General?
  • General Konya: Our problem is Councillor Torvix. The most corrupt man in the Corellian cabinet--recruited a criminal army for the Empire when the invasion started.
  • General Konya: Torvix and his allies used Imperial equipment and weaponry to take control of the Black Hole. Now he refuses to give up what power he has.
  • General Konya: That was the plan, anyway.
  • General Konya: If we're going to ruin Torvix and obtain the hypermatter, I need to know everything.
  • General Konya: What can Torvix hope to achieve? The Republic won't take him back.
  • General Konya: Two Corellian councillors who signed on with the Empire... one clinging to power, the other desperate for a chance to prove her worth.
  • General Konya: I thought the Empire would be good for my planet, and when General Hesker was reassigned... Darth Marr needed someone in place. Lucky me.
  • General Konya: We need to take Torvix down, siphon off his hypermatter and ruin his facilities--all with limited resources and while surrounded by the Republic.
  • General Konya: Most of our troops are already gone--I've retained a few specialists, but we won't get out alive. You can help us die martyrs instead of failures.
  • General Konya: I ran out of chances a while ago--but unlike Torvix, I chose my side and stuck to it.
  • General Konya: You failed to hold Corellia. Whether you live or die now isn't my concern.
  • General Konya: Torvix's men are mostly pirates and Exchange gangsters using our tech. We've got limited resources, and we're surrounded by the Republic.
  • General Konya: He thinks he can still negotiate a deal--it doesn't matter that he's wrong.
  • General Konya: I'm Imperial now, and the Sith don't teach regret.
  • General Konya: The Empire's lost too many loyal soldiers. If there's a way to succeed and evacuate your people safely, we'll find it.
  • General Konya: You hire me, and I do this job right. That includes keeping the team in one piece.
  • General Konya: Then let's get to work. My people are at your command.
  • General Konya: For the Empire!
  • General Konya: Nor mine. We agree on that much.
  • General Konya: My people are at your command. For the Empire.
  • General Konya: Last bottle from the Coronet City Winery is over there. One drink before we jump into the abyss?
  • General Konya: With Torvix dead, his people are scattered. Nicely done.
  • Ensign Navrata: Static on all channels.
  • General Konya: Councillor Torvix is dead, and his army is a mess. It won't be long before we make a clean sweep.
  • General Konya: When this operation is over... Corellia will be an overpopulated rock unable to power its own fleets.
  • General Konya: Torvix's army is fragmented, but someone will try to pull it together. We can't allow that.
  • General Konya: I'll make sure to keep the pressure on.
  • General Konya: It doesn't trouble you, seeing your homeworld devastated?
  • General Konya: I brought Corellia to the Empire, and Corellia turned on me. It's not my home anymore.
  • General Konya: After everything that happened, this planet should be wiped clean.
  • General Konya: But that's not an option, this time.
  • General Konya: Anyway, there's plenty more for us to do--and you've given us the chance to do it.
  • General Konya: I'll be the last one off the planet--but if I don't make it, at least Torvix died first.
  • General Konya: You've got their attention. Torvix's bodyguards are getting angry.
  • Councillor Torvix: This is Torvix to security--what are you doing? We have intruders!
  • Councillor Torvix: This is Torvix to all forces. I'm sealing the inner vault. Deal with the problem.
  • General Konya: The bird is in the nest. Time to flood Torvix's command center with hypermatter--sending you the details.
  • Councillor Torvix: This is Torvix. What do you think you're doing? You can't unseal my vault!
  • Councillor Torvix: Listen to me--we can still negotiate. The explosion will kill us all!
  • General Konya: That should do it. Hypermatter pipes flooding--and igniting.
  • Councillor Torvix: Damn you! You're dead, do you hear me? Dead!
  • General Konya: Mission accomplished. Come on home.
  • General Konya: Torvix has had this coming a long time. Good luck.
  • Ensign Navrata: My lord? There's a transmission from the Black Hole... the general wants it put through to you.
  • Ensign Navrata: Sir? There's a transmission from the Black Hole... the general wants it put through to you.
  • Councillor Torvix: So you're the Sith Lord who's been hounding me.
  • Councillor Torvix: So a Dark Council member is finally paying attention.
  • Councillor Torvix: So you're the ghost who's been haunting my people.
  • Councillor Torvix: I heard it was a bounty hunter who'd been troubling me. I hope you have some pull with the Empire.
  • Councillor Torvix: I'm Councillor Torvix. It's time to end this--you want the Black Hole facilities destroyed, and you know I can hold out forever. So we negotiate.
  • Councillor Torvix: Your forces can't stand against us. And the Republic is closing in as fast as we are.
  • Councillor Torvix: When the Republic realizes it can't beat me, I'll be ruler of Corellia. This is your last chance.
  • Councillor Torvix: State your terms, Councillor.
  • Councillor Torvix: You pledged to serve the Empire. You betrayed your oath. There is no negotiation.
  • Councillor Torvix: You'll reconsider. You need what I have.
  • Councillor Torvix: Men beg for an audience with the Lords of the Dark Council. Do you think yourself above me?
  • Councillor Torvix: I think I have the upper hand, because I have the fuel your ships need.
  • Ensign Navrata: Analyze the frequency and run a locator, but keep it quiet.
  • Councillor Torvix: I'm listening, Councillor.
  • Councillor Torvix: You want to negotiate, start paying more than the Imperials. Then we can talk.
  • Councillor Torvix: I have my own mercenaries already, thank you.
  • Councillor Torvix: By the end of the day, the Empire will provide me with shield generators, combat droids, anti-air cannons and access to orbital satellites.
  • Councillor Torvix: In return, I will release one-tenth of my hypermatter stores to your fleet, and you will depart this system forever.
  • General Konya: Desperate son of a sow just made his biggest mistake. We traced the signal and got a bead on his position.
  • General Konya: What do you say to killing Councillor Torvix?
  • General Konya: We haven't been able to reach him so far. You have an idea?
  • General Konya: He must know he's near defeat. We can call his bluff and force him to surrender.
  • General Konya: With respect? I served in the cabinet with Torvix for seven years. He doesn't know when to quit.
  • General Konya: General Konya--you may have lost Corellia, but there's hope for you yet.
  • General Konya: You're too kind.
  • General Konya: Torvix is using a radiation vault as his command center--impervious to portable weaponry, but not to a hypermatter detonation.
  • General Konya: Take out his personal guards--let him know you're coming and he'll seal his shelter. Then flood the hypermatter pipelines and turn him into ash.
  • General Konya: There's more to it than that. What am I facing?
  • General Konya: If it comes to killing, I'll deal the blow. This could still end another way.
  • General Konya: So long as it's over.
  • General Konya: His guards are killers--the worst pirates in Republic space, armored in radiation suits or from some species immune to everything. The rest? Just his army.
  • General Konya: Councillor Torvix will die. Corellia will burn. And the Republic will be left with nothing.
  • General Konya: All I could hope for.
  • General Konya: I'll be in touch during the approach. Scorch his bones for me.
  • Sergeant Karloss: You heard the reports from the front? It's getting ugly out there.
  • Private Taia: Anyone seen the commander?
  • Sergeant Karloss: Three more stretchers to the ship! Come on!
  • Sergeant Karloss: What's going on?
  • Sergeant Karloss: Evacuation, my lord. Eighty-first Infantry Battalion, just off Corellia.
  • Sergeant Karloss: Eighty-first Infantry, just off Corellia.
  • Sergeant Karloss: The war in the Core Worlds is over. We're pulling out.
  • Sergeant Karloss: What do you mean, we're pulling out? When I left, Corellia was under control.
  • Sergeant Karloss: An Imperial soldier does not abandon the battlefront.
  • Sergeant Karloss: I took Corellia with my bare hands, and you lost it?
  • Sergeant Karloss: After all our losses, and the chaos back home... now we lose Corellia.
  • Sergeant Karloss: I took Corellia block by block. You couldn't even hold it a year?
  • Sergeant Karloss: You've got injured. How many?
  • Sergeant Karloss: About two dozen, but they're stable. Spacedock medbay is on alert.
  • Sergeant Karloss: My--my lord....
  • Sergeant Karloss: Who gave the order to retreat?
  • Sergeant Karloss: General Konya's decision. Darth Marr put her in charge--she's got some new "strategy."
  • Sergeant Karloss: It wasn't--these were General Konya's orders. Part of her new strategy.
  • Commander Mericci: That's enough--check your feeds and get back to work.
  • Commander Mericci: Battalion Commander Mericci--sorry you heard the news like that, after what you did on the front.
  • Commander Mericci: With the problems in Hutt Space and Denova, supply lines are stretched thin... there's no way to sustain the Core offensive. But General Konya has a message for you.
  • Commander Mericci: What does the general have to say?
  • Commander Mericci: I don't recall meeting a General Konya. Is my identity so public?
  • Commander Mericci: I am a Lord of the Dark Council. I am not to be contacted lightly.
  • Commander Mericci: If the general surrenders as soon as she's low on supplies, why should I care what she has to say?
  • Commander Mericci: All I can tell you is that things are bad out there.
  • Commander Mericci: We're not abandoning Corellia without one last victory. General Konya stayed behind with a task force for a suicide mission.
  • Commander Mericci: If you or your forces can lend assistance, she asks that you come quickly--before your work on Corellia is undone.
  • Commander Mericci: You helped take Axial Park. A lot of us remember that day.
  • Private Taia: It was General Konya!
  • Commander Mericci: I am the Wrath of the Emperor. Your general is bold to approach me.
  • Commander Mericci: Your general knows how I take payment?
  • Commander Mericci: I am aware, my lord--but you are also a hero of Corellia.
  • Commander Mericci: No, my lord. But you fought on Corellia, and we remember you well.
  • Commander Mericci: She does--her forces fought alongside you in Axial Park.
  • Sergeant Karloss: Aaargh!
  • Sergeant Karloss: I didn't... the orders came from General Konya, my lord. Darth Marr himself appointed her.
  • Commander Mericci: Tell General Konya to hold her position and expect reinforcements.
  • Commander Mericci: See to your men before I lose my patience.
  • Commander Mericci: Let's see what the woman who lost the war has to offer.
  • Commander Mericci: Yes. Of course.
  • Commander Mericci: As you wish.
  • Sergeant Karloss: Let's hope the general knows what she's doing on Corellia.
  • Sergeant Karloss: The Republic may've driven us off Corellia, but they'll never recover from what we did there.

Quotes (Republic)

  • Agent Carhart: A lot of men died to win Corellia the first time. If we lose the Black Hole, then they died for nothing.
  • Agent Carhart: He knows Corellia as well as any CorSec officer and twice as well as our men. If the Republic wants to take the Black Hole, they'll need to take him down first.
  • Player: I'm not afraid of a shadow. The Republic shouldn't be either.
  • Sal Dakron: Take a look around, see who's calling for volunteers. Blast anyone who's not CorSec or Republic, and avoid the radiation. Good luck.

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  • Agent Carhart: Welcome to Carrick Station, friend. Heard any interesting news lately?
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Breaking news from the Core: Despite a stunning victory over the Empire, Republic forces continue to face violence and unrest on Corellia."
  • Agent Carhart: Officer Dakron's been coordinating our efforts in the Black Hole. He's the man to see if you're going to help.
  • Agent Carhart: We've come this far. We can't lose Corellia now.
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Of particular concern to Republic authorities is the 'Black Hole' region, where most of the planet's hypermatter processing facilities and warehouses are located."
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Sources say the Black Hole is critical to the Republic war effort. Without sufficient quantities of hypermatter fuel, the fleet could be grounded within weeks."
  • Agent Carhart: They always said losing Corellia would lose us the war. Didn't really believe it until now.
  • Agent Carhart: I fought my way across Axial Park and into the Legislature. I was there when we declared Corellia was free!
  • Agent Carhart: I wasn't part of the fight, but this news report makes it sound like Corellia was already won.
  • Agent Carhart: Are you always this friendly to total strangers? Or am I just special?
  • Agent Carhart: There are plenty of planets in the Republic. We'll just have to find hypermatter fuel somewhere else.
  • Agent Carhart: A lot of men died to win Corellia the first time. If we lose the Black Hole, then they died for nothing.
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Officials believe the unrest in the Black Hole is being encouraged by Harmon Torvix, a former member of the Corellian Council and a known Imperial sympathizer."
  • Agent Carhart: So I've heard. The Supreme Chancellor thought you might be sympathetic to our little problem.
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Though the Empire has denounced Torvix, he maintains control of the area with the help of the Coronas, a powerful crime syndicate based in Coronet City."
  • Agent Carhart: Powerful? The Coronas are vicious. Their leader, Kovic, is known as the "Shadow of Corellia." Likes to make CorSec officers disappear from broad daylight.
  • Agent Carhart: Sorry to intrude, but the news report interested me. I'm hoping it interests you, too.
  • Agent Carhart: Seems like the Republic or CorSec could use this information.
  • Agent Carhart: You never know. You might find yourself in the Black Hole one of these days.
  • Agent Carhart: You must watch an awful lot of these news reports.
  • HoloNet Reporter: "The Supreme Chancellor is aware of the crisis on Corellia. After a consultation with her advisors, she sent the following message to Republic forces in the field."
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: "The fight ahead will be difficult. But you've already won Corellia. As long as we stand with our allies, no one can take it from us again."
  • HoloNet Reporter: "Though most of the Black Hole is occupied by criminals and mercenaries, Imperial forces remaining on the planet are also attempting to claim its resources."
  • Agent Carhart: Too bad pretty words don't fuel starships. The Republic can't lose the Black Hole, to Councillor Torvix or the Empire.
  • Agent Carhart: Agent Carhart, SIS. The Supreme Chancellor asked me to make sure you were aware of the situation. She's hoping you'll volunteer to help.
  • Agent Carhart: Why not? The Chancellor usually makes it worth my while.
  • Agent Carhart: I'm not taking on the whole Empire and Torvix's goons by myself, am I?
  • Agent Carhart: If the Republic is in need, the Jedi will answer.
  • Agent Carhart: I'll do whatever it takes to help the Republic win.
  • Agent Carhart: I volunteered for this back on Ord Mantell. Just tell me where to go.
  • Agent Carhart: Hopefully it won't come to that. But you'll have to get to Corellia fast.
  • Agent Carhart: The Black Hole's located in Labor Valley. Once you get in, talk to CorSec officer Sal Dakron. He'll put you to work wherever you're needed most.
  • Agent Carhart: I'll let the Supreme Chancellor know where you're headed. I'm sure she'll appreciate it. Good luck down there.
  • Agent Carhart: Our forces broke the Imperial occupation. But no one's giving this planet up easy.
  • Agent Carhart: He knows Corellia as well as any CorSec officer and twice as well as our men. If the Republic wants to take the Black Hole, they'll need to take him down first.
  • Agent Carhart: I'm not afraid of a shadow. The Republic shouldn't be either.
  • Agent Carhart: They might not be, if they had someone so confident around.
  • Agent Carhart: I like to stay up-to-date. You never know what's going to come in handy later.
  • Sal Dakron: What do I look like, a tour guide? Get in the field or get out of my way.
  • CorSec Officer: We're not soldiers, Dakron. CorSec can't handle heavy artillery or stealthed attacks. We need more backup from the Republic.
  • Sal Dakron: Corellia is worth fighting for. I just wish the Empire and Councillor Torvix didn't feel the same way.
  • Republic Soldier: Every man I have is either out in the field or in the infirmary. Who knows what'll sink us first--Torvix, the Empire or the radiation poisoning.
  • Sal Dakron: I'll tell you what'll sink us: all the excuses. Look at us! Losing to some ex-politician and his band of Corona scum--
  • Sal Dakron: What now? Have we lost another sector? Run out of supplies? Looking for your pet gizka?
  • Sal Dakron: I'm looking for Sal Dakron. Agent Carhart sent me to help.
  • Sal Dakron: A whole squad, huh? Looks like he understands the situation, at least.
  • Sal Dakron: Well, let's hope you're tough. We've lost too many Green Jedi already.
  • Republic Soldier: You're in luck, Dakron. Havoc Squad's worth a thousand of my men.
  • Sal Dakron: A privateer. Wonderful. At least you're working for us and not Torvix.
  • Sal Dakron: Welcome to the Black Hole. We're low on power cells, rations and just about everything else. I needed reinforcements yesterday, but better late than never.
  • Sal Dakron: I'm not leaving until the Black Hole belongs to the Republic.
  • Sal Dakron: As long as we remain focused on our goal, we cannot fail.
  • Sal Dakron: I guess that takes care of the status report.
  • Sal Dakron: You're going to pop a blood vessel if you keep this up.
  • Sal Dakron: You're in command. Just tell me where I'm needed.
  • Sal Dakron: Show a little respect, or your reinforcements are leaving.
  • Sal Dakron: I'm sorry. I'm glad you've come. Really. We need the help now more than ever.
  • Sal Dakron: Take a look around, see who's calling for volunteers. Blast anyone who's not CorSec or Republic, and avoid the radiation. Good luck.
  • Sal Dakron: We're looking for Sal Dakron. Agent Carhart sent us to help.
  • Republic Soldier: Let's just say you're a sight for sore eyes, Major. And sore bodies.
  • Sal Dakron: You're probably right. I feel ten years older already.
  • Sal Dakron: You're needed everywhere. Between Torvix at our front and the Empire at our backs, we've got our hands full just holding the area.
  • Sal Dakron: Right. Focus. I'll try to work on that, Master Jedi.
  • Sal Dakron: Not leaving alive, anyway. But I'm glad to hear it.

Flashpoint: Lost Island

Not much can be told from the area or mission but we do have maps.

Areas

Missions

Maps
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Operation: Explosive Conflict

Already spoken about a little bit in interviews, you will travel to the planet of Denova where it you will be battling your opposing faction.

NPCs

Quotes (Imperial)

  • Moff Altiss: Once, this operation would have been executed with precision. Our failure on Denova shows how far the Empire has fallen.
  • Moff Altiss: Grezor is a product of the reformations enacted after Malgus's failed rebellion. He was rapidly promoted to see if lesser species can handle the rigors of command.
  • Colonel Grezor: It wasn't just Kephess and his war beasts, Moff Altiss. There's something else down here. A... a presence. That's what broke the morale of our troops!

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  • Moff Altiss: Moff Altiss at your service, my lord. I hope the Emperor's Wrath can guide us back to our former glory.
  • Moff Altiss: My lord. I am Moff Altiss. Thank you for coming; perhaps a member of the Dark Council can restore us to our past glory.
  • Moff Altiss: I am Moff Altiss. I know you have done much for the Empire, though it pains me to know we rely on mercenaries for help.
  • Moff Altiss: I am Moff Altiss. Normally I despise clandestine operatives, but your service record is extraordinary. No doubt your classified missions are even more impressive.
  • Moff Altiss: I am Moff Altiss. You have served the Empire well in the past; now I must ask for your aid again... though it pains me to do so.
  • Moff Altiss: I am Moff Altiss. I never imagined my call for aid would attract such important and powerful people. Perhaps that speaks to what the Empire has become.
  • Moff Altiss: Once, this operation would have been executed with precision. Our failure on Denova shows how far the Empire has fallen.
  • Moff Altiss: Careful, Moff Altiss. Your words are close to treason.
  • Moff Altiss: You should probably keep your doubts about the Empire to yourself. Unless you want to be arrested for treason.
  • Moff Altiss: You can't pay me if you're wiped out. If the Empire keeps losing to the Republic, I might have to switch sides.
  • Moff Altiss: Your droid wouldn't give me any details about this mission.
  • Moff Altiss: Struggle does not show weakness. Only failure. And I will not allow the Empire to fail on Denova.
  • Moff Altiss: The greatest threat to the Empire comes from within. We cannot allow ourselves to be fractured. As a Moff, you should understand this.
  • Moff Altiss: This war is taking a toll on both sides. We need to take advantage of that.
  • Moff Altiss: So you ran into a bit of a roadblock. No big deal. That's why you call me.
  • Moff Altiss: My lord, I only desire to restore the Empire to its past glory. But we need Denova--the planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: Not if we can claim Denova. The planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: Of course. I'm speaking out of turn. Our focus must be on securing Denova. The planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: I have faith you will bring us victory on Denova, my lord. The planet is rich with a valuable explosive ore called baradium.
  • Moff Altiss: I trust the Dark Council will lead us to victory, my lord. But we need Denova--the planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: The Empire is lucky to have such a powerful ally. We need Denova--the planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: Taking Denova would be an excellent way to demoralize our enemy--the planet is rich in baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Moff Altiss: Just below the planet's surface are massive deposits of baradium, a powerful and versatile weapons-grade explosive.
  • Moff Altiss: The Republic hired Kephess, a legendary Trandoshan warlord, to secure the world. We sent in Colonel Grezor, a Nautolan.
  • Moff Altiss: Grezor is a product of the reformations enacted after Malgus's failed rebellion. He was rapidly promoted to see if lesser species can handle the rigors of command.
  • Moff Altiss: Sounds like you're prejudiced against Grezor's kind.
  • Moff Altiss: I assume the Trandoshan made short work of Colonel Grezor.
  • Moff Altiss: Sounds like Colonel Grezor lacked both the experience and the skill for a mission like this.
  • Moff Altiss: The Nautolans are a lesser species, unworthy of leading Imperial troops. Grezor's failure proves it.
  • Moff Altiss: Exactly! Before the reformations, he would never have been given this command. Now we must pay the price for his failure.
  • Moff Altiss: A simple defeat on the battlefield would have been easy enough to clean up. But Grezor's failure was far worse.
  • Moff Altiss: Kephess betrayed the Republic and declared himself ruler of Denova. Our troops on the surface defected, and swore loyalty to the Trandoshan.
  • Moff Altiss: He's seized the baradium supplies, offering them for sale to the highest bidder. No word on Grezor's fate, but we suspect he--
  • Moff Altiss: Grezor's still alive. Maybe he's not as incompetent as you thought.
  • Moff Altiss: Careful. For all we know, Grezor is working for Kephess now.
  • Moff Altiss: Grezor can give us an update on the situation on the ground.
  • Moff Altiss: His survival hardly makes the mission a success.
  • Moff Altiss: If a simple update isn't too much for him to handle.
  • Moff Altiss: I agree. He's either a traitor or completely incompetent. Hard to say which is worse.
  • Moff Altiss: Colonel Grezor, this is Moff Altiss. We need your field report before we decide on a course of action.
  • Colonel Grezor: My field report? We're getting slaughtered! Me and a few loyal officers have been on the run ever since the troops defected. Get us out of here!
  • Moff Altiss: Are you mad, Colonel? You're either a traitor or a failure. Either way, we should leave you here to rot.
  • Colonel Grezor: It wasn't just Kephess and his war beasts, Moff Altiss. There's something else down here. A... a presence. That's what broke the morale of our troops!
  • Colonel Grezor: What are you talking about?
  • Colonel Grezor: Don't try to blame some mysterious presence for your failure.
  • Moff Altiss: Every second we spend discussing this gives Kephess more time to reinforce his position.
  • Colonel Grezor: I can't really explain it. But we all felt it. It made the soldiers nervous. They abandoned their posts, and Kephess broke our ranks.
  • Colonel Grezor: I... I know how this sounds. But whatever you think of me, you have to get my officers out of here. We're running out of time!
  • Colonel Grezor: Believe whatever you want, but something was making the soldiers nervous. They abandoned their posts, and Kephess broke our ranks.
  • Moff Altiss: I've locked onto Colonel Grezor's position. I can clear out the area with an orbital bombardment to make a secure landing zone for you.
  • Moff Altiss: Make sure the colonel gets out alive.
  • Moff Altiss: Colonel Grezor is of no further use to us. Give the order.
  • Colonel Grezor: What? No!
  • Moff Altiss: As you wish, my lord.
  • Moff Altiss: I suppose the Nautolan deserves a military hearing before we decide his fate.
  • Moff Altiss: Colonel Grezor, prepare for evacuation. A shuttle is on its way.
  • Moff Altiss: Fleet commanders, this is Moff Altiss. Lock onto these surface coordinates and fire at will.
  • Moff Altiss: Grezor and his men are safe. The landing area perimeter is secured. A shuttle will take you down to the surface.
  • Moff Altiss: The orbital strike has secured the landing area perimeter. A shuttle will take you to the surface.
  • Moff Altiss: Find Kephess and destroy him. The Trandoshan's death will allow us to take control of Denova.
  • Colonel Grezor: Imperial Command, do you copy? This is Colonel Grezor. We're pinned down--we need reinforcements!
  • Moff Altiss: I've reviewed the field reports. Kephess and his followers were a surprisingly formidable army. It took all of your combined resources to defeat them.
  • Moff Altiss: Is it possible there was some truth to Colonel Grezor's ravings? Did you find any sign of the mysterious presence he spoke of on Denova?
  • Moff Altiss: I've reviewed the field reports. Kephess was a surprisingly formidable enemy. Even you, with all your power, struggled to defeat him.
  • Moff Altiss: Kephess was not attuned to the Force, yet I sensed the dark side emanating from him. He was being driven by a sinister hand. Someone called "the masters."
  • Moff Altiss: I kept hearing the troops talk about "the masters." Not sure who they meant, but it was pretty clear the Trandoshan was just hired muscle.
  • Moff Altiss: The Trandoshan didn't plan this. Somebody more subtle was calling the shots. The soldiers called them "the masters."
  • Moff Altiss: I heard mention of "the masters"; Kephess may have answered to them. But if they exist, they didn't reveal themselves.
  • Moff Altiss: Kephess's soldiers spoke of "the masters," but weak minds are easily manipulated. I found no evidence of their existence on Denova.
  • Moff Altiss: Heard the troops talking about "the masters," but I never saw them. As far as I'm concerned, Kephess was running the show.
  • Moff Altiss: Misinformation and rumors are powerful weapons. The troops spoke of "the masters," but I found no evidence of them.
  • Moff Altiss: Before, you said Grezor's claims were just an excuse to cover up his incompetence.
  • Moff Altiss: Can you blame me for not having faith in a Nautolan? I thought Kephess was nothing but an opportunistic mercenary.
  • Moff Altiss: But the Trandoshan was more dangerous than I imagined. Obviously there's more to this than meets the eye.
  • Moff Altiss: If these "masters" were strong enough to manipulate Kephess, we need to find out who they are.
  • Moff Altiss: You felt the presence of the dark side? Is it possible these "masters" are a group of rogue Sith?
  • Moff Altiss: Interesting theory. Kephess could have lured our troops over by inventing these mysterious "masters."
  • Moff Altiss: I suppose that's possible. Could be these "masters" don't even exist.
  • Moff Altiss: Not surprising, my lord. Who would dare to openly challenge the Emperor's Wrath?
  • Moff Altiss: They may have fled when you arrived, my lord. They might prefer to strike from the shadows rather than reveal themselves to the Dark Council.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: Insects interfere. They do not understand.
  • Moff Altiss: A handful of strategic retreats can be the prelude to a prolonged advance.
  • Moff Altiss: My lord, I did not mean to question the actions of the Dark Council. But we need Denova--the planet is rich with baradium, a valuable explosive ore.
  • Dread Master Raptus: We are the six. The Dread Masters. Heed our warning.
  • Dread Master Raptus: I helped you escape from the Republic prison on Belsavis.
  • Dread Master Raptus: The Dread Masters? Am I supposed to know that name?
  • Dread Master Raptus: Are you threatening me?
  • Dread Master Raptus: Are you the reason our soldiers defected and Kephess betrayed the Republic?
  • Dread Master Calphayus: In time, all will know our name. The galaxy will bow to us.
  • Dread Master Brontes: Imprisoned, our power faded.
  • Dread Master Styrak: Denova was a test. Weak minds twisted and turned.
  • Dread Master Styrak: The minds on Denova were weak. Easily manipulated.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: You are more difficult to control. But no more difficult to destroy.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Now we are free. Now we are strong.
  • Moff Altiss: I've heard of you. The ancient Sith prophets. Masters of terror and fear. But you're on our side--we all serve the Emperor!
  • Dread Master Raptus: The Emperor was strong. He spoke to us. Guided us.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Now the Emperor is quiet. None who remain are worthy of our loyalty.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Is this some kind of power grab? With the Emperor gone, you think you can just seize his throne?
  • Dread Master Bestia: I am the Emperor's Wrath. If you've turned against the Empire, then I will destroy you--just like I destroyed Kephess!
  • Dread Master Bestia: I serve on the Dark Council. Any allegiance you had to the Emperor you now owe to me.
  • Dread Master Bestia: I think you may be underestimating those of us who are still around. The Empire is still strong.
  • Dread Master Bestia: You've got a pretty high opinion of yourselves.
  • Dread Master Bestia: You might have been able to manipulate Kephess and his soldiers, but you didn't even have the guts to face me in person.
  • Dread Master Bestia: The Emperor has gone silent before. Yet he always comes back. Remember that.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Your threats would be more effective if you had the courage to deliver them face-to-face.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Whatever you were trying on Denova failed. This... meeting... is a sign of desperation.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: We care nothing for the Emperor or the Empire now. We serve a higher purpose.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: We are the Dread Masters. You are nothing to us. We serve a higher purpose.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: The Emperor's throne means nothing to us. We are driven by a greater purpose.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: Your victory here is insignificant. We are driven by a higher purpose.
  • Dread Master Brontes: Kephess was our tool. Our vessel.
  • Dread Master Styrak: The vessel is damaged. It can be repaired.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Kephess is ours. Heed this warning. Do not interfere again.
  • Dread Master Raptus: The Dread Masters have spoken.
  • Moff Altiss: I don't have any idea how I'm going to explain this in my report.
  • Moff Altiss: The Dread Masters manipulated the minds of our soldiers on Denova and turned them against us. Making that public could cause a panic.
  • Moff Altiss: Without the Emperor to keep them in check, the Dread Masters have gone rogue. Easy enough to understand.
  • Moff Altiss: Tell me everything you know about the Dread Masters.
  • Moff Altiss: But what does it mean? As far as I know, they have no followers, no army.
  • Moff Altiss: I can't even guess what they're up to. They obviously don't care about the galactic war.
  • Moff Altiss: Good point. But I still don't understand why they did it.
  • Moff Altiss: There isn't much. They're six ancient Sith Lords the Republic imprisoned on Belsavis.
  • Moff Altiss: After we broke them loose, they just sort of disappeared. I can't even imagine what they're after.
  • Moff Altiss: Wouldn't surprise me if they just disappeared again. Like nightmares when you wake up.
  • Moff Altiss: They might go into hiding for a while, but they're obviously planning something.
  • Moff Altiss: We hit them pretty hard here on Denova. It may take them a long time to recover.
  • Moff Altiss: We've already got our hands full with the Republic. We can't afford to fight a war with the Dread Masters right now.
  • Moff Altiss: I'll send this up the chain of command, but unless the Dread Masters strike somewhere else, I doubt we'll find them.
  • Moff Altiss: The Grand Moffs aren't going to spend resources on an enemy we can't see. Not with the Republic breathing down our necks.
  • Moff Altiss: I hope you're right. Because right now, we don't have any way to even track them down.
  • Moff Altiss: Hopefully, we won't have to. I'll send this up the chain of command, but I doubt anything's going to happen.
  • Moff Altiss: At least we've got the advantage on Denova now, thanks to you. I'll be sure to mention that in my report.
  • N4-S4: It would be unwise to make the situation on Denova common knowledge. Moff Altiss appreciates your discretion.
  • N4-S4: Forgive my impertinence, but my master is in urgent need.
  • N4-S4: It is a great honor for a lowly protocol droid to share the presence of such powerful and important individuals.
  • N4-S4: The Emperor's Wrath! Forgive my surprise, my lord, but your reputation precedes you. It is a stroke of great fortune for my master that you are here.
  • N4-S4: Greetings, my lord. Please forgive a humble droid for approaching a member of the Dark Council, but my master is in great need.
  • N4-S4: Data files confirm you are the Grand Champion of the Great Hunt. My master would be very interested to meet the galaxy's premier bounty hunter.
  • N4-S4: There are whispers that you were once a key operative with Imperial Intelligence. My master has urgent need of someone with your skills.
  • N4-S4: I represent Moff Altiss. She has instructed me to seek out those capable of fixing a critical mission on Denova that has gone awry.
  • N4-S4: I extend this offer to all of you, as my master may require the combined efforts of several talented individuals.
  • N4-S4: Help her? Your master must face the consequences of her own weakness.
  • N4-S4: I am a member of the Dark Council; it is not my responsibility to clean up after some incompetent Moff.
  • N4-S4: Why do you always wait until something goes wrong to bring me in? Probably cheaper just to hire me up front.
  • N4-S4: It wouldn't be the first time I cleaned up someone else's mess.
  • N4-S4: It does seem inefficient. But Moff Altiss is not to blame for this disaster. She is only tasked with salvaging something from the situation.
  • N4-S4: To be clear, Moff Altiss is not responsible for this disaster. She is merely trying to salvage something from the wreckage.
  • N4-S4: Moff Altiss is not to blame for what transpired. She is merely attempting to salvage something from this disaster.
  • N4-S4: Failure to do so would seriously weaken the Empire's position, leaving us vulnerable to our sworn enemies in the Republic.
  • N4-S4: I am not authorized to discuss any of the details. I can only say that Moff Altiss is eager to meet with you face-to-face.
  • N4-S4: Is that a Republic world, or one of ours?
  • N4-S4: Is that a Republic world, or one of yours?
  • N4-S4: The world was only recently discovered. Military forces claimed it for the Empire. The Republic responded with an army of mercenaries.
  • N4-S4: The outcome of the battle will have far-reaching effects for both sides. We cannot afford to lose.
  • N4-S4: Just tell me what I need to do.

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  • AV-9R: But my malfunctions should not trouble heroes of the Republic. Please stand by for a coded priority message from Supreme Chancellor Saresh....
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: The situation demands a retaliatory response. Captain Exteen of the battle cruiser Vanguard's Blade will brief you on Denova and the traitors occupying it.
  • Captain Exteen: I'm surrounded by heroes. I flew bombing runs on Darth Angral's battle cruiser over Tython. Quite a day.

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  • AV-9R: I am pleased to report the technician has failed to permanently deactivate me. Also, congratulations on your successful mission.
  • AV-9R: As the Supreme Chancellor indicated in her message, your presence is required immediately at the main fleet. I'll deal with this electronic butcher.
  • AV-9R: Ow! Don't touch that! Do you even know the difference between a servomotor and a vocabulator?
  • AV-9R: Forgive my outburst. It appears I am suffering a mobility impairment. This "technician" has been sent to repair me.
  • AV-9R: But my malfunctions should not trouble heroes of the Republic. Please stand by for a coded priority message from Supreme Chancellor Saresh....
  • AV-9R: Please do not distract my technician. He is incompetent enough as it is. Ow! Stop that!
  • AV-9R: I've fixed droids before--and not always with my lightsaber. Want me to take a look?
  • AV-9R: We all suffer glitches now and again. Carrying on despite them is the mark of a dedicated droid.
  • AV-9R: You're not gonna malfunction and go on a rampage, are you?
  • AV-9R: No rush--I can wait until you're fully repaired. I'm charging by the hour.
  • AV-9R: Shouldn't a top secret message have a bit more privacy?
  • AV-9R: Good thing the Republic can afford top-of-the-line protocol droids for its most sensitive communications.
  • AV-9R: I can assure you this so-called gentlebeing does not comprehend a single word of Basic.
  • AV-9R: I may not be able to walk, but my sarcasm filters are fully functional.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: As one of the Republic's most reliable operatives, your presence is required at our main fleet.
  • AV-9R: The Supreme Chancellor was quite adamant that her message be delivered promptly.
  • AV-9R: I certainly hope not. That would be a horrific breach of protocol.
  • AV-9R: You flatter me, Master Jedi. I am saving this moment to my permanent data records.
  • AV-9R: I could never impose on you for such a trivial task. I will have to trust this fat-fingered fool to not deactivate me.
  • AV-9R: But that is not your concern, Major. Supreme Chancellor Saresh has authorized me to display a coded priority message for you. Initiating....
  • AV-9R: But my troubles are not yours, honored Jedi Council member. I have a priority coded message to you from Supreme Chancellor Saresh....
  • AV-9R: But my personal health is no burden for a renowned Jedi hero. Stand by for a coded priority message from Supreme Chancellor Saresh....
  • AV-9R: But my personal misfortunes do not concern a licensed privateer. Please stand by for a coded priority message from Supreme Chancellor Saresh....
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: The situation demands a retaliatory response. Captain Exteen of the battle cruiser Vanguard's Blade will brief you on Denova and the traitors occupying it.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: What makes this planet important enough the Supreme Chancellor wants me to go in?
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: What are we going up against here? Who betrayed us?
  • AV-9R: That information is above my security clearance, but if you're being called to action, the enemy must be quite powerful.
  • AV-9R: The planet's crust contains vast deposits of a substance used in the manufacture of high explosives. A vital strategic resource.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: If it's payback the Supreme Chancellor wants, I'll get it for her.
  • AV-9R: Considering your past record, I have no doubt of that statement.
  • AV-9R: Ow! You fool, you've adjusted the wrong setting! Listen to me--I sound like a Hutt breathing underwater!
  • AV-9R: Please accept my most profound apologies. Rendezvous with the main fleet and meet Captain Exteen immediately.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: We have been betrayed by our own forces on Denova. Resources critical to our war effort have been seized by mercenaries collaborating with Imperials.
  • Captain Exteen: It's been an honor serving with you.
  • Captain Exteen: The shuttle to Denova is standing by. We'll monitor your progress as best we can. May the Force be with you.
  • Captain Exteen: I'm overseeing a delicate op. Excuse me.
  • Captain Exteen: This is a genuine honor. I flew bombing runs on Darth Angral's battle cruiser when he attacked Tython. That's a fight I'll never forget.
  • Captain Exteen: Master, it's an honor. I'd just arrived on Tython when you saved the ancient Forge from Nalen Raloch. Your trials inspired all the Padawans.
  • Captain Exteen: Major, it's an honor to serve Havoc Squad. When I assumed command, I learned everything about military service by studying your career.
  • Captain Exteen: You're becoming a celebrity even in Jedi circles, Captain. Master Sumalee can't stop talking about you.
  • Captain Exteen: When High Command said special reinforcements were coming, I wasn't expecting anyone so high profile. Your accomplishments are legendary to my troops.
  • Captain Exteen: I didn't realize Jedi were serving in the Republic military these days. How does that work?
  • Captain Exteen: I'm part of a new program initiated by Chancellor Saresh to integrate the Jedi Order and Republic military.
  • Captain Exteen: We're not here to reminisce. What's the situation?
  • Captain Exteen: Stand by. We're making the jump to hyperspace. I'll continue your briefing on arrival.
  • Captain Exteen: Datapads won't teach you how to be a soldier. You only learn that in the field.
  • Captain Exteen: It's rare to see a Jedi focused on the art of war.
  • Captain Exteen: The major is impressive, but I hope we won't need his expertise. Peace should always be a Jedi's first path.
  • Captain Exteen: That's great, kid--but there's more to this galaxy than uniforms and salutes. I'll show you how to retire a rich man.
  • Captain Exteen: There were far too few Jedi starfighters in the sky that day. The Force was with you to survive against those odds.
  • Captain Exteen: So much has happened since those days. My battle with Nalen Raloch feels like another life.
  • Captain Exteen: It's hard to believe the Jedi trials were ever our biggest worry. Of course, neither of ours were exactly by the book....
  • Captain Exteen: Once you boarded his ship, Darth Angral didn't stand a chance.
  • Captain Exteen: I was far from Tython when that battle occurred. When this mission is over, perhaps you two can tell me about it?
  • Captain Exteen: I'd be honored, Master. I'd just arrived for my final trials the day you saved Tython's ancient Forge.
  • Captain Exteen: Masters at the temple still talk about what you did then--and everything since.
  • Captain Exteen: I'm surrounded by heroes. I flew bombing runs on Darth Angral's battle cruiser over Tython. Quite a day.
  • Captain Exteen: I knew she had a thing for me. Even Jedi women find me irresistible.
  • Captain Exteen: I should call her. She still owes me a drink for what I did on Corellia.
  • Captain Exteen: Don't let the flattery go to your head, Captain. Jedi are above hero worship.
  • Captain Exteen: I love going on missions with celebrities. They're great at drawing fire.
  • Captain Exteen: Gaining a Jedi Master's respect is no small feat, Captain. I trust you achieved that through legitimate means?
  • Captain Exteen: Three months ago, the Empire discovered Denova's location, learned of the baradium deposits, and invaded.
  • Captain Exteen: Yes, sir. That's why I logged two hundred deep recon missions before accepting this promotion.
  • Captain Exteen: I flew bombing runs on Darth Angral's cruiser when he attacked Tython. Your victory over him inspired me to follow this path.
  • Captain Exteen: As you learned saving the ancient Forge, peace is only possible when both sides pursue it. I'm honored to meet you, Master.
  • Captain Exteen: Unnecessary, Captain--but it's a pleasure. I heard of your heroism on Corellia from Master Sumalee.
  • Captain Exteen: You'd have to take that up with her.
  • Captain Exteen: She mentioned that, too. Master Sumalee is... unconventional.
  • Captain Exteen: The hero of Tython. I flew bombing runs against Darth Angral's cruiser when he attacked our homeworld. Never thought I'd meet you in person.
  • Captain Exteen: That isn't entirely true. I was a Padawan when you saved the ancient Forge on Tython, Master--and I'm truly honored to meet you.
  • Captain Exteen: Major, it's an honor to meet you in person. Your mission records were required reading when I joined the military.
  • Captain Exteen: How did a Jedi fighter pilot wind up in charge of a Republic cruiser? Did you even go through officer training school?
  • Captain Exteen: Piloting a chair strapped to a bunch of bombs... that takes a special kind of crazy.
  • Captain Exteen: It was much worse than it sounds, Captain--and it's a pleasure to meet you. Master Sumalee praised your actions on Corellia.
  • Captain Exteen: You Jedi have all the luck. For my first mission, my CO sold me out to the Empire.
  • Captain Exteen: I don't know what half those words meant, but you sure make them sound fancy.
  • Captain Exteen: Captain, it's a pleasure. Master Sumalee told me about your heroism on Corellia.
  • Captain Exteen: You remade Havoc Squad into the greatest special ops team in the Republic, Major. I've tried to follow your example.
  • Captain Exteen: Captain Exteen, Jedi Knight and commanding officer of the Vanguard's Blade. Welcome.
  • Captain Exteen: Regardless, it'll be an honor to see you in action.
  • Captain Exteen: I'm just doing what I can to win this war. Becoming a celebrity wasn't part of the plan.
  • Captain Exteen: It's an honor just to serve. We're all heroes in this war.
  • Captain Exteen: I don't know how you maintain that humility, considering all you've done.
  • Captain Exteen: I assume this substance we're fighting over is rare enough to warrant a major assault?
  • Captain Exteen: I don't see any Imperial warships in orbit. If the enemy is still on Denova, they must have landed some heavy forces.
  • Captain Exteen: The Supreme Chancellor took her sweet time sending reinforcements. Why the holdup?
  • Captain Exteen: Our stockpile of rockets and torpedoes is running out. We can't resupply our ground and space forces without more baradium. Neither can the Empire.
  • Captain Exteen: The Empire lacks enough ships to control the airspace--so they landed an entire armored battalion.
  • Captain Exteen: Until last week, we had defenders holding off the Empire.
  • Captain Exteen: We couldn't spare our own forces to secure Denova, so we contracted a Trandoshan mercenary army: the Warstalkers. Tough warriors. Never lost a fight.
  • Captain Exteen: The Warstalkers' leader, Kephess, has honored every contract he's taken--he's no Imperial sympathizer. His betrayal caught us completely off guard.
  • Captain Exteen: Mercenaries work for the highest bidder. Obviously, the Empire offered Kephess more.
  • Captain Exteen: Was there anything in Kephess's background to suggest he'd turn against us?
  • Captain Exteen: None of those details matter. Kephess stabbed us in the back, and his Warstalkers will pay the price with him.
  • Captain Exteen: The Warstalkers aren't working for the Empire. They've gone rogue--and taken our enemies with them.
  • Captain Exteen: The Republic doesn't normally hire mercenaries to defend its territory, but Kephess had a reputation for loyalty. We don't know what changed.
  • Captain Exteen: We aren't just facing traitorous mercenaries down there.
  • Captain Exteen: Kephess convinced the Imperial forces to desert the Empire and side with him. They've combined armies and declared Denova independent territory.
  • Captain Exteen: The Supreme Chancellor's orders are clear: Take down Kephess and neutralize his army. The Republic needs Denova and its baradium stores.
  • Warlord Kephess: Republic children... you could not hold Denova--and Imperial fools will not take it. My masters gave me all I need to destroy you. Stay away, or die.
  • Captain Exteen: Sounds like Kephess isn't as trustworthy as he was cracked up to be--and he's taking orders from someone else.
  • Captain Exteen: Who does Kephess serve? The Empire? The Hutts?
  • Captain Exteen: I've met some overconfident fools in my time, but he is by far the ugliest. I'll enjoy putting him out of the galaxy's misery.
  • Captain Exteen: That's the strangest part. We've monitored Denova's communications since the invasion. This was the only transmission.
  • Captain Exteen: No idea. We initially thought he was referring to the Trandoshan "Scorekeeper" deity, but this is something else.
  • Captain Exteen: I think that's the reaction High Command was hoping for.
  • Captain Exteen: A strike shuttle's waiting for you. This vessel and its fighters will provide support. May the Force be with us.
  • Captain Exteen: Captain... Supreme Chancellor... Kephess is dead and his army is broken. Denova is back under Republic control.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: You delivered a message to everyone who thinks they can defy us without consequence.
  • Captain Exteen: We monitored the battle transmissions. Kephess kept referring to his "masters." Any clue who he was talking about?
  • Captain Exteen: Whoever these "masters" are, they weren't on Denova.
  • Captain Exteen: Follow a puppet's strings far enough and there's usually a Sith holding them.
  • Captain Exteen: I wouldn't take his ranting too seriously. For all we know, he was just hearing voices in his head.
  • Captain Exteen: We have intel on forces invading Hutt Space. Could this be related?
  • Captain Exteen: It would explain a great deal.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Regardless, you've done us a great service by eliminating him.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Empty victories, celebrated by dead heroes.
  • Dread Master Bestia: The Republic mistakes nightfall for dawn.
  • Dread Master Calphayus: The six herald rebirth. Of power... order... domination.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Submit, and be spared. Resist, and be swept aside. Choose.
  • Dread Master Raptus: The Jedi will never submit--and we won't be swept aside. We will defend the Republic to our dying breath.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Your negotiating skills leave much to be desired. May I offer you some instruction?
  • Dread Master Raptus: Havoc Squad never backs down from a fight--and those robes look plenty flammable. I'd say the choice is yours.
  • Dread Master Raptus: "We will crush you," blah, blah, blah. Don't you Sith ever get sick of hearing yourselves talk?
  • Dread Master Raptus: How did you get in here? Identify yourselves.
  • Dread Master Raptus: When you put it like that, there's only one response.
  • Dread Master Raptus: We are prisoners no more. Free of the Republic. Free of the Empire. Both will fall before the Dread Masters.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Your air grows thin.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Your taunts ring hollow.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Empty-headed threats do not amuse.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Cries in the darkness, mistaken for bravery. Fool.
  • Dread Master Raptus: We are fear. Horror. Doom.
  • Warlord Kephess: I will find you again, Republic children. Next time, you will die.
  • Captain Exteen: I've never felt fear like that before, not even as a Padawan. Who were those people? How is Kephess alive?
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: They appeared in my Senate chamber, as well. Security systems didn't register their presence.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: But we know their names. The Dread Masters were powerful Sith serving the Emperor. They laid waste to whole fleets during the last war.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: They're no longer serving the Empire. They want the galaxy all for themselves.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Escaping their cells is one thing--how did they get off the planet? We had ships in orbit.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Imprisonment is no longer an option. Time to kill that scum.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: I won't have this. I want them dead.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: As you just experienced, these aren't ordinary Sith.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: I couldn't agree more.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: I'm calling an emergency meeting of High Command. When the Dread Masters resurface, we'll be ready.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Until then, remain vigilant. I will contact you when we know more.
  • Captain Exteen: You should go. I'll coordinate our forces landing on Denova. We're going to need that baradium.
  • Captain Exteen: This is Denova. Republic scouts discovered it last year. An unremarkable planet, except for its vast deposits of baradium--a key component in high-yield explosives.
  • Captain Exteen: Launch delta wing. Initiate aerial reconnaissance.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: We imprisoned them on Belsavis. When the Empire stormed our maximum security wing, the Dread Masters broke free.