Patch 1.5 Content Leak - Rakata Prime, The Imperial Warlord, and The Dread Masters

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Dailies: Rakata Prime

Rakata Prime - Also known by the name of Lehon and was the secret capital of the Infinite Empire. You have come to this ancient planet to stop the Dread Masters from obtaining a weapon dubbed "Agieus", a planet-killer.

NPCs

Quotes (Imperial)

  • Jeruti: We must speak of a once-forgotten world: Rakata Prime.
  • Jeruti: They must have learned more of Rakata Prime's secrets on Belsavis. Now this "Agieus" is too close to retrieving them.
  • Jeruti: Agieus is powerful, my lord, as is Rakata Prime's technology. Neither can be underestimated.

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  • Jeruti: Our Empire will fight its way back to glory, as we always have.
  • Jeruti: My lord. Yes, who better to bring this to, than the Empire's greatest defender?
  • Jeruti: The heir of Darth Zash, and Darth Thanaton. My lord, how remarkable to see you in the flesh.
  • Jeruti: You have a famous face, mercenary. The HoloNet has plenty to say of your achievements. I need only a moment of your time.
  • Jeruti: So many who walk these byways were once of Imperial Intelligence. May we speak?
  • Jeruti: Ha! Those who speak of "the faltering Empire" clearly never saw such strength, such presence.
  • Jeruti: I serve with the Imperial Reclamation Service; forty years, and more. But this may be the most important report I've ever filed.
  • Jeruti: Obviously it's stayed forgotten. I've traveled halfway across this galaxy, and I've never heard of Rakata Prime.
  • Jeruti: Rakata Prime... I think I remember. It was the Rakata homeworld, before they became extinct. They built the Star Forge there to feed their empire.
  • Jeruti: We must speak of a once-forgotten world: Rakata Prime.
  • Jeruti: If you want to keep my attention, you'd better explain what Rakata Prime has to do with me.
  • Jeruti: Precisely, and the Rakata hid many pieces of technology in their last days.
  • Jeruti: When our Empire first returned, the Emperor ordered a survey of Rakata Prime. My expedition. We found only empty temples and ruins.
  • Jeruti: It was a place of power. The capital of the ancient Infinite Empire, where the technology of the Rakata was forged.
  • Jeruti: If the Dread Masters are excavating a new toy, I think I'd like to play with it first.
  • Jeruti: The Dread Masters and their servants have earned a painful death. No Rakata relic will change that.
  • Jeruti: But the Dread Masters have sent a servant there, Agieus, to lead an army of their minions. They are excavating on one of Rakata Prime's islands.
  • Jeruti: So the Dread Masters sent crazy people beachcombing on some out-of-the-way world. What does that matter to me?
  • Jeruti: Obviously, Rakata Prime was important, why wasn't it properly defended?
  • Jeruti: Is this "Agieus" some sort of general for the Dread Masters?
  • Jeruti: It sounds like the Dread Masters have a lead that you missed.
  • Jeruti: That's impossible. I saw the Dread Masters destroyed myself.
  • Jeruti: Their servants are fanatics, they'd never believe the Dread Masters could die. Even Agieus is no longer rational.
  • Jeruti: They must have learned more of Rakata Prime's secrets on Belsavis. Now this "Agieus" is too close to retrieving them.
  • Jeruti: Agieus was once a Jedi. He studied under Jaric Kaedan; perhaps he thought he could subdue the Dread Masters, as Kaedan did.
  • Jeruti: Rakata Prime's wonders cannot fall into his hands. Agieus must be destroyed, and his finds claimed for the Empire.
  • Jeruti: You surveyed Rakata Prime all those years ago. As far as I'm concerned, that planet and anything left behind belongs to the Empire.
  • Jeruti: But those findings are in Agieus's hands.
  • Jeruti: Facing a Jedi corrupted by the Dread Masters sounds like a fair challenge.
  • Jeruti: Once Agieus's finds are secured, I'm sure they'll be put to good use somewhere.
  • Jeruti: Imagine: fighting for the technology of a lost civilization, and facing a deadly foe.
  • Jeruti: We placed spy drones in the planet's orbit; Agieus blew them to pieces.
  • Jeruti: Agieus is powerful, my lord, as is Rakata Prime's technology. Neither can be underestimated.
  • Jeruti: Here, my authorization codes. Input them at our old camp on Rakata Prime, and you'll have full access to our security grid.
  • Jeruti: I like claiming things almost as much as I love destroying them. I'm in.
  • Jeruti: To follow the footsteps of the ancient Rakata... I envy you. But walk softly. Agieus will do everything he can to stop you.

Quotes (Republic)

  • Section Chief Bullent: We're beyond arguing jurisdiction. The current crisis is bigger than a single fallen Jedi.
  • Section Chief Bullent: A fallen Jedi who was turned by the Dread Masters is on Rakata Prime. He's unearthing powerful ancient weapons to attack us.
  • Section Chief Bullent: "Worst" is a relative term. The technology on Belsavis could destroy entire systems. Our fallen Jedi is merely digging up planet-killers.

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  • Section Chief Bullent: Just the person we've been seeking. You've proved quite adept at saving the galaxy from superweapons.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Pardon me--I'm receiving a priority signal....
  • Section Chief Bullent: Be seeing you.
  • Section Chief Bullent: A Jedi Master experienced with secrets of the Rakata. What fortunate timing you have.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Major... what a pleasant surprise. Havoc Squad has exactly the expertise--and security clearance--I need.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Captain... you've done excellent freelance work for my organization before. Let's talk business, hmm?
  • Section Chief Bullent: What a happy coincidence, us meeting. You have all the skills I need for a very special mission.
  • Section Chief Bullent: I'm Section Chief Bullent--Strategic Information Service. We have a volatile situation that requires discretion and speed to resolve favorably.
  • Section Chief Bullent: My order polices itself. Why aren't I hearing about this from Grand Master Satele Shan?
  • Section Chief Bullent: We're beyond arguing jurisdiction. The current crisis is bigger than a single fallen Jedi.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Rakata Prime is also known as Lehon. It was the Infinite Empire's capital and former home to the Star Forge.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Why can't these blasted people buy their weapons off the shelf like everybody else?
  • Section Chief Bullent: On a scale of "zero" to "buy yourself a nice planet," how much are these ancient weapons worth?
  • Section Chief Bullent: A fallen Jedi who was turned by the Dread Masters is on Rakata Prime. He's unearthing powerful ancient weapons to attack us.
  • Section Chief Bullent: We believe the Dread Masters learned its secrets during their time on the Rakata prison world Belsavis. But we're getting off topic....
  • Section Chief Bullent: The Rakata had a gift for manufacturing overpowered weaponry--and our fallen Jedi seeks maximum destruction.
  • Section Chief Bullent: The more appropriate question is, "how many planets would be left to buy?" These weapons can render most worlds uninhabitable.
  • Section Chief Bullent: What did the Dread Masters do to make this Jedi change sides?
  • Section Chief Bullent: How big of a threat are we facing? Didn't the Rakata bury all their worst technology on Belsavis?
  • Section Chief Bullent: Pride and arrogance played significant roles.
  • Section Chief Bullent: "Worst" is a relative term. The technology on Belsavis could destroy entire systems. Our fallen Jedi is merely digging up planet-killers.
  • Section Chief Bullent: After Master Jaric Kaedan died on Ilum, his student Agieus confronted the Dread Masters alone. The Sith made the Jedi their thrall.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Now, Agieus excavates terrible devices best left forgotten. The Supreme Chancellor prefers this Rakata technology stay buried--along with those trying to wield it.
  • Section Chief Bullent: The Supreme Chancellor wouldn't normally decline a potential advantage. These Rakatan artifacts must be especially dangerous.
  • Section Chief Bullent: This Jedi is clearly prisoner to a powerful dark side influence. I trust the Supreme Chancellor understands that the order will act with mercy.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Considering all the enemies the Republic is facing, wouldn't it make sense to claim this technology for ourselves?
  • Section Chief Bullent: Scout reports indicate the devices being unearthed pose nearly as much risk to the wielder as the target.
  • Section Chief Bullent: That's what the first five Jedi we sent said. Agieus killed them all, but perhaps you'll fare better.
  • Section Chief Bullent: If we've learned anything about Rakata, it's that their technology was a double-edged sword. The Infinite Empire fell for good reason.
  • Section Chief Bullent: There's a stealth shuttle standing by with Rakata Prime's coordinates. We've established a secure landing zone on the surface.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Once you arrive, we'll provide up-to-the-moment intel on your targets and mission objectives. Any questions?
  • Section Chief Bullent: Anything else I need to know I'll learn by doing.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Besides this fallen Jedi, what other servants did the Dread Masters send to Rakata Prime?
  • Section Chief Bullent: What's this planet Rakata Prime like?
  • Section Chief Bullent: Feetfirst into the fire, then.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Fresh reinforcements arrive daily, including Imperials seeking to claim Rakata technology for themselves. Prepare for anything.
  • Section Chief Bullent: You're invading a region known for its subtropical islands. Quite lovely, if not for all the threats to life and limb.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Fly to Rakata Prime immediately, neutralize all threats and get out alive. What could be simpler? Best of luck.
  • Section Chief Bullent: Sounds like our wayward Jedi just needs help. Is the Supreme Chancellor sure that shooting him is the best treatment?
  • Section Chief Bullent: Treatment is not our concern. This is about threat containment. Do what you must.

Flashpoint: The Imperial Warlord

Imperial Moff Regus has gone rogue, both Imperial and Republic forces want to shut him down and you have been selected to get the job done.

NPCs

Quotes (Imperial)

  • Admiral Tarekk: The Empire is changing--politically, and philosophically. Moff Regus's... opinions on aliens are outdated, but he refused to keep them to himself.
  • Admiral Tarekk: We intend to engage Regus's fleet over the planet Anvarus. But we only have forces for a limited assault.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He only trusts humans and droids. As for hardware, he seized Imperial assets as well as Anvarus's military storehouses.

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  • Admiral Tarekk: And, ensure that we have squadrons patrolling sectors six, eight and fifteen. He cannot be allowed to escape.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Thank you for waiting, my lord. There's been a great deal to organize.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I imagine you're used to this, hunter: waiting on the sidelines for your moment of glory.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I appreciate your patience, though I imagine Imperial Intelligence appreciated it more.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The Empire can't endure another schism.
  • Admiral Tarekk: My thanks for coming--and my apologies for the wait. There are many moving parts at work.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I'm Admiral Tarekk. First of all, this operation is highly classified, so I'll ask you to be discreet.
  • Admiral Tarekk: You have to wonder what the Empire's senior leadership is thinking, when it expects humans to follow a Chagrian's orders.
  • Admiral Tarekk: It's refreshing to see that uniform on someone other than humans and purebloods.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Everyone has the Empire's best interests at heart; it's time someone laid out why we're here.
  • Admiral Tarekk: You can feel it in the air. You're after someone or something critical.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The target of this mission is, unfortunately, one of our own. A rogue Moff.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Familiar sentiments. I prefer to let my battle commendations answer them. For now, we have work to do.
  • Admiral Tarekk: You may know of him; he fought to prevent Darth Malgus's rather foolhardy coup. His name is Moff Regus.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The shape of things to come, hopefully. This operation is another step on that journey.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I met Moff Regus during the Ilum campaign. He was brilliant, but he had a problem serving alongside aliens.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Well, you have a holo, so I imagine this Moff Regus is supposed to be important.
  • Admiral Tarekk: How did Moff Regus go from fighting Darth Malgus to becoming an Imperial target?
  • Admiral Tarekk: An opponent of that caliber won't be easy to handle.
  • Admiral Tarekk: That's a fair assessment.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He is a renowned tactician who fought on Ilum. He's also not fond of aliens.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The Empire is changing--politically, and philosophically. Moff Regus's... opinions on aliens are outdated, but he refused to keep them to himself.
  • Admiral Tarekk: As punishment, he was assigned to defend an insignificant system. Now he's seized that system for himself and declared his independence from the Empire.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Moff Regus must know he can't stand against the might of the Empire.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Regus would have done better to seize the system quietly, rather than yelling his rebellion from the rooftops.
  • Admiral Tarekk: It takes guts to capture a whole system out of spite.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Call Regus what he is: a traitor.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The Republic's already bleeding our resources dry. If Moff Regus attacks, he could strike the killing blow.
  • Admiral Tarekk: So Moff Regus wants to claim an "insignificant system"? Let him. There are more important enemies to deal with.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He's a relic of a less tolerant time.
  • Admiral Tarekk: That's exactly what Regus wants us to think; he wants us weakened before he strikes. We must move first.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Between the Republic, rogue Sith Lords and defections, the Empire's not looking too good. You need this Moff taken down, fast.
  • Admiral Tarekk: We intend to engage Regus's fleet over the planet Anvarus. But we only have forces for a limited assault.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Indeed, and there's only one punishment for treason.
  • Admiral Tarekk: A brief reminder, hunter: The Empire that pays you needs Regus dead.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Regus has the advantage of numbers. While we engage his forces, I need you to breach his fortress and eliminate him. Quickly.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Leave him to me, Admiral. Moff Regus will soon pay the price for rebelling.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Many people will follow a Moff, secessionist or not. Do you know what kind of army Regus has?
  • Admiral Tarekk: A public trial might make other rebels think twice.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Thankfully, he doesn't have your prescience, lord, but he's still a threat.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Our strength has been depleted, lord. Regus may actually have a chance.
  • Admiral Tarekk: One last thing. Many of us served with Regus, on Ilum and elsewhere.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He only trusts humans and droids. As for hardware, he seized Imperial assets as well as Anvarus's military storehouses.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He was loyal once. But now he is only an enemy of the state. Show no mercy.
  • Admiral Tarekk: He is a traitor, unfit to walk in Kaas City--even in chains.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I hope you bring that fortress down on Regus's head.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Excellent work, all of you. The spine of the enemy is broken.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Anvarus is ours, earned in sweat and blood. The stain of treachery has been washed away.
  • Admiral Tarekk: This victory belongs to you too, my lord. Destroying Regus cut off the serpent's head. We're honored by your help.
  • Admiral Tarekk: But, credit where it's due--and, credits where they're owed. Regus's defeat turned the tide. Well done, hunter.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Thankfully, the Empire still has its silent knives and long reach. We owe you a debt.
  • Admiral Tarekk: But it was the death of Regus that scattered his forces. Today, you've shown the Empire has lost none of its strength and cunning.
  • Admiral Tarekk: You show competence in battle and respect to your superiors. It will be remembered.
  • Admiral Tarekk: You've got one dead rebel Moff; plus a nice new base, one previous owner. Ready to settle up?
  • Admiral Tarekk: With Regus out of the way, we can get back to fighting the real enemy.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Regus hadn't had time to become much more than a figurehead. This rebellion couldn't survive without him.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Until the Empire finds its footing again, other Moffs might have the same idea. We must be vigilant.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Stamping out a treacherous worm isn't exactly glamorous, but someone had to do it.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Not everyone can say they've had a member of the Dark Council personally solving their troubles.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Take it from an outsider: If things in the Empire don't change, you could have other rebels on your hands.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Correct, but even now our forces are formidable. Our enemies should take notice.
  • Admiral Tarekk: More work for you, in return for a trifling payment from us? That seems fair.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Thankfully, Regus didn't take our entire Empire down with him.
  • Imperial Soldier: Admiral, sirs; we just received a communication. Regus's forces have surrendered.
  • Admiral Tarekk: So the victory is absolute.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Yes, my lord, though crushing traitors is a wise use of anyone's time.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The more I prove myself, lord, the more I can silence prejudiced fools like Regus.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Of course, your account's being credited as we speak.
  • Admiral Tarekk: I'm glad Regus didn't have your advice.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Indeed. I'm hoping for a frontline posting.
  • Admiral Tarekk: We can't risk another schism. Those defectors represent anarchy and rebellion; have them executed, immediately.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Even in disgrace, Regus and his men can serve the Empire. They can be a lesson on the consequences of failure.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Reconsider, Admiral. The Empire needs every man it can get, and these soldiers will know they owe you their lives.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Hmm. I suppose the Empire can be forgiving in victory--once. Very well, belay that order.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Send the order.
  • Admiral Tarekk: Regus turned himself from a hero to a footnote in the Empire's history, all because of foolish prejudices. He'll never see our rebirth as a nation.
  • Imperial Soldier: Right away, sir. And... thank you, sir. None of us wanted to see those traitors escape.
  • Admiral Tarekk: My thanks again. You've done a great service for the future of the Empire.
  • Admiral Tarekk: The Empire needs time to heal and rebuild, before we finally crush the Republic.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: My lord. Forgive the intrusion; I'd never trouble the Emperor's Wrath, except on orders.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Pardon the interruption, my lord. But I have orders to bring a matter to the Dark Council's attention.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: So this is the hunter that Mandalore finds so worthy. Interesting. Your handling of Jun Seros is still spoken of.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Greetings. If my dossier is correct, I'm addressing the agent once known as Cipher Nine. My commanding officer spoke well of you.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Excuse me. Yes... you match the dossiers I was sent. I need a moment of your time.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: If we can't keep the Empire united, the Republic will destroy us. End of story.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Admiral Tarekk extends his compliments, and asks you to join him aboard the fleet. A rather... delicate matter threatens the security of the Empire.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Whatever threatens the Empire will have to crush me first.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Sith are all well and good, Lieutenant, but you need someone who solves "delicate matters" for a living. That's me.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: I have... experience with security and intelligence matters. Not to mention infiltration, analysis, code-breaking....
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Trust in me, Lieutenant. When this "matter" is taken care of, you won't know it ever existed.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Admiral Tarekk has sent an invitation for high-clearance operatives to meet him on the fleet. There's... a matter of Imperial security at stake.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: The security of the Empire is a particular concern of mine. I'm sure your admiral can put my skills to good use.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: You say this admiral's name like I should know it.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: In that case, such matters should be addressed to the Emperor's Wrath, Lieutenant.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: He's extremely capable. I'm sure you'll find all his credentials in order.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Can you not speak of such things with a member of the Dark Council, Lieutenant?
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Just a heads up: Whenever Imps talk about "the security of the Empire," I add another twenty percent to my fees.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: My time is precious. What kind of security matter is this?
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Forgive me, my lord, I assumed you wished to remain anonymous.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Admiral Tarekk prefers to discuss the details of this situation in person.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: Excellent. The admiral will be pleased to have such a team to assist him.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: This is the admiral's current location, and the necessary clearance for the fleet. Best of luck.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: I see. Well, I'm sure your... talents will be appreciated.
  • Lieutenant Ganev: So I've heard. I believe your payment's already been cleared.

Quotes (Republic)

  • Jace Malcom: Regus abandoned the Empire--not the war. He's got a fleet of warships and scores of troops. We've lost five outposts to them already--we can't lose a sixth.
  • Republic Officer: We tried to talk them down, but they refused to surrender--they're making a run for it instead. If we launch fighters now, we can destroy them before they escape.
  • Lieutenant Larna: Broke off from the rest of the Empire with his own private army, started attacking everyone he can. He sounds pretty nasty.

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  • Captain Joriv: Strike shuttle's prepped. Next stop, Moff Regus's fortress!
  • Captain Joriv: Nice work!
  • Captain Joriv: Good luck!
  • Captain Joriv: Everything's under control here.
  • Captain Joriv: Ah, you're just in time! Right this way.
  • Jace Malcom: All right, we're all here! Gather around, stay at ease--I know I'm not pretty, but it isn't contagious.
  • Jace Malcom: I'm Jace Malcom, the new Supreme Commander of the Republic armed forces. It's my first day on the job, so I asked you all here to give me a hand.
  • Jace Malcom: It's always a pleasure to work with the Republic military, Commander.
  • Jace Malcom: One of the perks of the new job--a big discretionary fund.
  • Jace Malcom: You must have something important in mind, to need this much help.
  • Jace Malcom: It's an honor to work with you, sir.
  • Jace Malcom: I'm known across the galaxy for my charitable nature.
  • Jace Malcom: What exactly will we be giving you a hand with?
  • Jace Malcom: If the rewards are good, you'll have all the help you want.
  • Jace Malcom: I'm just a soldier, like you.
  • Jace Malcom: Our target is Moff Regus: former Imperial hard-liner, now ex-Imperial renegade.
  • Republic Officer: If he's gone renegade, why's he our problem, sir?
  • Jace Malcom: Regus abandoned the Empire--not the war. He's got a fleet of warships and scores of troops. We've lost five outposts to them already--we can't lose a sixth.
  • Jace Malcom: What's your plan to stop him, Commander?
  • Jace Malcom: Regus isn't acting like a renegade at all. How can you be sure this isn't some kind of Imperial diversion?
  • Jace Malcom: How could the Republic lose five whole outposts before reacting?
  • Jace Malcom: Regus's troops haven't hesitated to attack Imperial forces. In the end, he's a threat to be stopped, period.
  • Jace Malcom: Regus's forces are well trained; their attacks were fast and brutal. It'll be up to us to beat them at their own game.
  • Jace Malcom: The old Moff's forces are busy resupplying on Anvarus, their headquarters. Commodore, your ships will close with Regus's and engage them before they can react.
  • Jace Malcom: Meanwhile, Ground Team One will slip down to the surface and neutralize Regus himself. Questions?
  • Jace Malcom: What will the ground team be up against?
  • Jace Malcom: We'll contact you once Regus is defeated.
  • Jace Malcom: So once we beat Regus, his forces will just suddenly give up?
  • Jace Malcom: I doubt we'll be that lucky. But they won't fight nearly as well without a leader unifying them.
  • Jace Malcom: Our intel is slim, I'm afraid. You'll have to do a lot of improvising in the field--but word is, you're good at it.
  • Jace Malcom: Regus's forces won't make this easy for us. We're going to have to work together to win this.
  • Jace Malcom: I'm counting on you. Your Republic is counting on you. But more than anything, the men and women beside you are counting on you!
  • Jace Malcom: We're all servants of something greater than ourselves--fighters for a noble cause. And today, that cause calls us to overcome a powerful enemy.
  • Jace Malcom: The Force has guided us all here: to this moment, and to what comes next.
  • Jace Malcom: When you're in an op as big as this, just remember: It's no different from any other mission.
  • Jace Malcom: When you pull off something as big as this, everyone wants to shake your hand, buy you a drink... pay for your autograph....
  • Jace Malcom: This is no time to hold back, people! Get out there and win, no matter the cost!
  • Jace Malcom: Come on, get this crazy plan going before I come to my senses.
  • Jace Malcom: Everyone--to your ships!
  • Captain Joriv: Fantastic work! Come on, everyone's waiting for you!
  • Jace Malcom: Ahh, you're back! Great job! Thanks to you, the last of Regus's forces are scattered to the wind--total victory!
  • Jace Malcom: I'm just glad we could stop Regus before he did any more damage.
  • Jace Malcom: Next time you need to get things done, you'll know who to go to.
  • Jace Malcom: When the next big problem comes up, I wouldn't mind sitting it out.
  • Jace Malcom: You and me both.
  • Republic Officer: Sir? We've located the last of Regus's ships; supply transports mostly, but they've got a lot of heavy weaponry aboard.
  • Jace Malcom: A few runaways are no threat to us.
  • Jace Malcom: Wipe them out, and this threat will be ended forever.
  • Jace Malcom: I just wish we could make these people see reason... launch fighters, Captain--full payloads. Orders are to attack and destroy on sight.
  • Republic Officer: Yes, sir!
  • Jace Malcom: Enough war for one day, huh? Go on, go celebrate--you've more than earned it.
  • Jace Malcom: Hmm... agreed. Let's save our resources for the real Imperials. All fighter crews can stand down, Captain.
  • Jace Malcom: Just remember: You can't enjoy any of that if you don't make it back. So stay sharp out there!
  • Jace Malcom: Follow your orders, focus on your part of the whole, and everything will come together.
  • Jace Malcom: We will face many challenges in the battle ahead. But the Force will be with us.
  • Jace Malcom: Let's get out there and win!
  • Jace Malcom: Insightful as always, Master Jedi.
  • Jace Malcom: The feeling is mutual!
  • Republic Officer: We tried to talk them down, but they refused to surrender--they're making a run for it instead. If we launch fighters now, we can destroy them before they escape.
  • Jace Malcom: Not half as glad as I am, believe me.
  • Jace Malcom: Count on it.
  • Jace Malcom: I'm afraid this isn't a mercy mission.
  • Jace Malcom: We will not shy away, or turn a blind eye. We will stand together, and overcome all darkness!
  • Lieutenant Larna: You need to talk to Captain Joriv, not me!
  • Lieutenant Larna: The fight's over, but the logistics never stop....
  • Lieutenant Larna: Hold on, hold on--Captain Joriv is the guy you need to see, he'll get you squared away.
  • Lieutenant Larna: No, no, the transports go to hangar five! Fighters are in three!
  • Lieutenant Larna: ...Yes, all of them... no, two hundred proton torpedoes is not overkill... don't give me that, I know your stock numbers!
  • Lieutenant Larna: Got an urgent mission coming together--new Supreme Commander asked for you specifically. Going after a renegade Imperial Moff--interested?
  • Lieutenant Larna: What exactly has this Imperial done?
  • Lieutenant Larna: The Sith frequently split off and fight amongst themselves, but Imperial military forces usually stick together.
  • Lieutenant Larna: We have a new Supreme Commander?
  • Lieutenant Larna: I've taken on a Grand Moff--the regular kind will be easy.
  • Lieutenant Larna: I'd be glad to help. Where can I find the Supreme Commander?
  • Lieutenant Larna: Yes, sir, and he's waiting for you!
  • Lieutenant Larna: What? No, I told you to hold on.... Until I hear "yes, you'll get your torpedoes," you're not going anywhere!
  • Lieutenant Larna: I'm sorry--no, I'm not talking to you! I'm sorry, I need to see to this. Find Captain Joriv, he'll get you to the briefing.
  • Lieutenant Larna: That's what I thought, too. Outside my area of expertise, though.
  • Lieutenant Larna: I guess he's a former Moff, technically. Don't really have all the details.
  • Lieutenant Larna: Broke off from the rest of the Empire with his own private army, started attacking everyone he can. He sounds pretty nasty.
  • Lieutenant Larna: Hang on--sir! Excuse me, sir! Lieutenant Larna, logistics.
  • Lieutenant Larna: Hang on--hey! Yes, you! Hold up!

Operation: The Dread Masters

This one is also pretty light on the details, but from the looks of it we will be taking the fight directly to the Dread Masters... who knows how this will end!

NPCs

Quotes (Imperial)

  • Commander Taynis: Perhaps you've heard of the Dread Masters. Sith Lords who cripple entire armies with fear. Once the Empire's greatest weapon.
  • Commander Vox: I once held the Dread Masters' leash. At the Emperor's command, they drove armies insane and crippled fleets with terror.
  • Commander Vox: You have saved the galaxy from the brink of terror. The Empire bows to you.

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  • Commander Taynis: Fear dissipates. News spreads of the Dread Masters' demise.
  • Commander Taynis: Commander Vox awaits.
  • Commander Taynis: The Emperor watches.
  • Commander Taynis: Wrath. Well met. You are needed by the Imperial Guard.
  • Commander Taynis: My lord. A moment.
  • Commander Taynis: Hunter. A job for you. Top tier payment.
  • Commander Taynis: Perfect. Fear hates company. The Imperial Guard needs your hardened minds.
  • Commander Taynis: The Imperial Guard beckons you.
  • Commander Taynis: We watched you on Darvannis. You survived a Dread Master--a first.
  • Commander Taynis: We know of your Belsavis operation. Freeing the Dread Masters. Even keeping your sanity. Good work.
  • Commander Taynis: We know of your Gree encounter on Asation. You defeated Kephess, the Dread Masters' reanimated Trandoshan.
  • Commander Taynis: Perhaps you've heard of the Dread Masters. Sith Lords who cripple entire armies with fear. Once the Empire's greatest weapon.
  • Commander Taynis: Now the Dread Masters act alone. They move to suffocate us with terror. The Empire demands their immediate extermination.
  • Commander Taynis: As you know, the Dread Masters have rebelled. The fate of the Empire demands their extermination.
  • Commander Taynis: I like a good scare.
  • Commander Taynis: Billions would fall to madness. The Sith mustn't reach Imperial space.
  • Commander Taynis: Wherever my master lies, he will hear the Dread Masters' dying screams.
  • Commander Taynis: Commander Vox prepares a vessel for your assault. Trust him. None know the Dread Masters better than he.
  • Commander Taynis: The other Dark Council members bicker on Korriban. I alone possess the power to vanquish these Dread Masters.
  • Commander Taynis: Give me a time and place. I'll bag your Dread Masters.
  • Commander Taynis: Desertion during wartime is punishable by death. I'll see the Dread Masters answer for their dereliction of duty.
  • Commander Taynis: What do the Dread Masters gain by betraying the Empire?
  • Commander Taynis: Only one man holds that answer.
  • Commander Taynis: Excellent. Payment will match the terrible task.
  • Commander Taynis: If only time permitted a public execution in Kaas City.
  • Commander Taynis: The Empire places its hope in you, my lord.
  • Commander Taynis: You bear the legacy well, Wrath.
  • Commander Vox: Your mind is not prepared for the Dread Masters. Not yet.
  • Commander Vox: I sit on the Dark Council, Commander. Darths and Jedi quake in my presence. What do I have to fear?
  • Commander Vox: I'm familiar with the concept of thought manipulation, Commander. The Dread Masters will find me well guarded against their mental tricks.
  • Commander Vox: In my business, fear isn't an option.
  • Commander Vox: You speak to the Emperor's Wrath, Commander. The Dread Masters should fear me.
  • Commander Vox: Scary tales are for children. Besides, what's the worst the Dread Masters can do?
  • Commander Vox: We shall see.
  • Commander Vox: I once held the Dread Masters' leash. At the Emperor's command, they drove armies insane and crippled fleets with terror.
  • Commander Vox: Even the Wrath must be cautious.
  • Commander Vox: Good.
  • Commander Vox: You have much to learn.
  • Commander Vox: Brace yourselves.
  • Commander Vox: Ten kilometers from Oricon, the Dread Masters' moon sanctuary. That's all that stands between us and....
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Terror consumes!
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Only cowards hide behind the Force. Stop this madness.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Close your eyes! Block the Dread Masters! They're manipulating us!
  • Commander Vox: Their power grows. We're ten kilometers out, and still the Dread Masters nearly drowned us in fear.
  • Commander Vox: You must move quickly. Take my shuttle to the surface of Oricon. We will await your return at a safer distance.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Tremble before me!
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Die, Sith!
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Get out of my head!
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Be gone!
  • Dread Master Tyrans: I've had concussions more colorful than this horror show.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: None can frighten the Emperor's Wrath. Surrender or I will destroy you in our master's name.
  • Dread Master Tyrans: Quaint tricks will not deter a member of the Dark Council!
  • Dread Master Calphayus: Never!
  • Dread Master Calphayus: Lies!
  • Dread Master Calphayus: Fool!
  • Commander Vox: Silence the Dread Masters, before they destroy us all.
  • Commander Vox: Remind me--who are these Dread Masters?
  • Commander Vox: Sith, prophets, forgers of nightmares. I envy your ignorance.
  • Commander Vox: But when the Emperor disappeared, the Dread Masters broke their chains, shattered my mind and abandoned the Empire. I screamed myself hoarse in a padded cell.
  • Commander Vox: The Emperor entrusted you as the Dread Masters' guardian, and you let them slip away.
  • Commander Vox: You'll be amazed at what the subconscious hides.
  • Commander Vox: May we meet again.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters were a valuable weapon. Have you tried negotiating their return?
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters exist to spread terror. Peace is beyond them.
  • Commander Vox: Insanity was the first of many punishments for my failure.
  • Commander Vox: Every day, the Empire sheds more deserters. The fools flock to the Dread Masters.
  • Commander Vox: Terror ravages their minds, enslaving them to the Dread Masters. Soon this army of thralls will march on the Empire and consume us all.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters' enslaved army will never reach Imperial space.
  • Commander Vox: How can the Dread Masters control an entire army of mindless servants?
  • Commander Vox: Chin up, Commander. The Dread Masters haven't won yet.
  • Commander Vox: You haven't seen what I've seen.
  • Commander Vox: I saw their handiwork on Asation. The horrors they summoned from the Gree hypergate were no match for me.
  • Commander Vox: I faced a Dread Master on Darvannis. This will be no different.
  • Commander Vox: That was one Dread Master. Today, you face the power of all six.
  • Commander Vox: Gree horrors are nothing compared to the Dread Masters' true power.
  • Commander Vox: Don't forget--it was I who saved the Dread Masters from Belsavis. I'm familiar with their brand of terror.
  • Commander Vox: Captivity weakened them. Their strength has grown ever since.
  • Commander Vox: Raptus... Bestia... Tyrans... no! Leave me!
  • Commander Vox: Commander Vox?
  • Commander Vox: Forgive me. Nightmares. Not my own. And yes--I am Commander Vox.
  • Commander Vox: We serve the same master, Wrath. Today, we must join hands to conquer fear itself.
  • Commander Vox: The eyes of the Empire are upon you, my lord. Such power, and a master of spirits no less.
  • Commander Vox: You have a reputation, hunter. Bold, courageous, no stranger to fear.
  • Commander Vox: Tell me--are you prepared to gaze into the face of terror? To have your psyche gutted and flayed by the Dread Masters?
  • Commander Vox: You are difficult to locate. Intelligence may have dissipated, but the Empire still needs your resilient mind.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters scarred you with their mark. You must have learned something in the throes of their nightmares.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters were toying with you. No one, not even an Imperial Guard, can restrain a Sith.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters grow bold in the Emperor's absence. I will remind them of their ruler's fury.
  • Commander Vox: I'm not risking sanity to bring these Sith in alive.
  • Commander Vox: I know. It was respect for the Emperor that kept the Dread Masters in check.
  • Commander Vox: Words can't capture the horrors. But I learned one thing: The Dread Masters must be destroyed.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters drove thousands mad with fear, but you overcame their horrors?
  • Commander Vox: My duty is to my Emperor. Insanity could not stop me from destroying his traitorous Dread Masters.
  • Commander Vox: I expect nothing less from the Wrath.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters flooded them with pure terror. Soon you will understand.
  • Commander Vox: Your resolve is strong. But your mind must be stronger.
  • Commander Vox: We approach Oricon. The Dread Masters expect us.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters showed me your death on Oricon. Now they taunt me with your ghosts!
  • Commander Vox: This is no dream, Commander. The Dread Masters are dead. Their reign of terror has ended.
  • Commander Vox: Then it's true. The nightmare is over.
  • Commander Vox: You have saved the galaxy from the brink of terror. The Empire bows to you.
  • Commander Vox: This victory belongs to the entire Empire, Commander.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters' moon is the perfect site for an Imperial monitoring post. Prepare Oricon, inform the military.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters' moon is a beacon of dark side energy. We must study and excavate every inch. I will see that the Reclamation Service assists you.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters amassed a mountain of powerful assets. We must claim them for the Empire.
  • Commander Vox: My men will prepare for the recovery.
  • Commander Vox: Let's keep this professional. You had a job, I completed it.
  • Commander Vox: As you wish.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters have outlived their use. Death is their punishment. Delivered as quickly as possible.
  • Dread Master Bestia: Fear.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Disrespected. Powerless. Cast out from the Dark Council.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Used by the Hand. The Emperor sacrifices his Wrath.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Contracts failed. Reputation defiled. A mercenary with no clients.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Betrayed by allies. Abandoned to die.
  • Dread Master Raptus: Secrets exposed. Identity laid bare. "Onomatophobia."
  • Commander Vox: End the Dread Masters' reign of terror. For the Empire.
  • Commander Vox: Of course, my lord. Nothing will go to waste.
  • Commander Vox: We will survey the moon immediately.
  • Commander Vox: Guardsmen! Prepare to visit Oricon. The Dread Masters' domain now belongs to the Empire!
  • Commander Vox: What of the Imperial deserters turned mindless thralls. Are they worth recovering?
  • Commander Vox: Traitors deserve no mercy. Crush them into the soil of Oricon.
  • Commander Vox: The feeble-minded deserve their fate. Make their screams echo in the canyons of Oricon.
  • Commander Vox: Save yourself a headache. Blast the lunatics, blame the Dread Masters.
  • Commander Vox: While they live, the Dread Masters' influence corrupts the Empire. Make sure they never leave Oricon alive.
  • Commander Vox: Sedate the thralls. Those who regain their sanity will be welcome additions to the Empire.
  • Commander Vox: You're in no position to turn away recruits. Help the thralls, then let the sane ones back into the Empire.
  • Commander Vox: That's an order, guardsmen. Capture the thralls.
  • Commander Vox: You have renewed the strength of our fractured Empire. We can now sleep without fear, and dream of annihilating the Republic.
  • Commander Vox: That's an order, guardsmen. Execute all thralls on sight.
  • Commander Vox: Good luck. And may the Republic cower before the destroyers of the Dread Masters.
  • Commander Vox: An army of thralls, mental traumas, six Dread Masters... you're racking up quite the bill.
  • Commander Vox: I haven't forgotten, hunter.
  • Commander Vox: My every strike was fueled by the Emperor's rage. The Dread Masters were fools to defy me.
  • Commander Vox: The Dread Masters despaired at my power. Their final moments were spent in absolute horror.
  • Commander Vox: The Sith tricks were cute. But even their biggest scares fell to my blaster.
  • Commander Vox: Reason, self-control and patience are the enemies of terror. Knowing this, not even the Dread Masters could shake me.
  • Commander Vox: Long live the Wrath.
  • Commander Vox: We learn from your example.
  • Commander Vox: Job well done, hunter.
  • Commander Vox: A poetic end.

Quotes (Republic)

  • Colonel Flechan: If we can't stop the Dread Masters on Oricon, we may never get another chance. Your shuttle's waiting. Good luck.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters get inside people's heads--make them see things that aren't there, feel things they shouldn't. Be ready for anything.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: If other Sith discover how to emulate the Dread Masters' power, we'll need to understand how it works to stop them.

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  • Colonel Flechan: I'm planning an op. Route your questions through the duty officer, if you can find her.
  • Colonel Flechan: Our guests are finally aboard. All hands, prep the fleet for hyperspace!
  • Colonel Flechan: If we can't stop the Dread Masters on Oricon, we may never get another chance. Your shuttle's waiting. Good luck.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: We're getting reports from every territory the Dread Masters conquered. You brave few broke their stranglehold on the galaxy.
  • Colonel Flechan: I'll sleep easier now--but this war isn't over. Time I got back to work....
  • Colonel Flechan: We don't need peace-loving Jedi. We need a warrior. Rumor is, you killed the Sith Emperor. You ready to kill more Sith?
  • Colonel Flechan: You pulled together the Rift Alliance--but we're not here for diplomacy. Tell me, Master... can you kill a Sith?
  • Colonel Flechan: I don't want to hear any talk of capturing enemy assets or securing intelligence resources. That's nonsense in these scenarios. Right, Major?
  • Colonel Flechan: In my experience, people of your occupation know better than to leave enemies alive. Isn't that right, Captain?
  • Colonel Flechan: I'm not looking for war heroes, diplomats or glory-hounds. This is a fight to the death, understood?
  • Colonel Flechan: I'll do whatever's necessary, Colonel--as long as there's a good reason.
  • Colonel Flechan: Sounds like you have something personal at stake here, Colonel.
  • Colonel Flechan: I'll protect the Republic--but I only kill when I have to.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've been in favor of killing these Sith since I first heard about them. You'll get no arguments from me.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've got plenty.
  • Colonel Flechan: Listen to a voice of experience.
  • Colonel Flechan: We don't have the luxury of showing restraint.
  • Colonel Flechan: Then welcome aboard.
  • Colonel Flechan: Helmsman, set course for Oricon. All Republic ships jump to hyperspace on my mark. Three... two... one... mark.
  • Colonel Flechan: Years ago, I let Jedi Master Jaric Kaedan convince me to imprison the Dread Masters after we captured them. Biggest mistake of my career.
  • Colonel Flechan: I defend innocent lives, Colonel--and I take prisoners whenever possible. Most Sith don't permit that.
  • Colonel Flechan: Our enemies are not misunderstood. We can't rehabilitate these monsters.
  • Colonel Flechan: There have been times when the enemy left me no choice. Those are not moments I celebrate, Colonel.
  • Colonel Flechan: Not asking you to enjoy it--but there's no room for weak wills aboard my ship.
  • Colonel Flechan: Sometimes it's better to take enemies alive. Sounds like this isn't one of them.
  • Colonel Flechan: Not now, and not the first time I dealt with that scum.
  • Colonel Flechan: It's more of a guideline than a rule--but now that I think about it, I don't have a lot of enemies.
  • Colonel Flechan: You see my point.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Supreme Chancellor says you can handle anything. I hope that's true. The Dread Masters are centimeters away from conquering the Republic and Empire.
  • Colonel Flechan: Ever since those Sith escaped Belsavis, they've laid waste to whole worlds. Those losses--those lives are on me.
  • Colonel Flechan: The only ones who deserve to be punished for all those deaths are the Dread Masters.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've never heard how we captured the Dread Masters the first time around. You were there?
  • Colonel Flechan: Belsavis was a terrible idea. Anyone dangerous enough to be kept there didn't deserve to live in the first place.
  • Colonel Flechan: Haven't been able to sleep for more than a couple of hours since all this started. I can't rest until I know they're dead.
  • Colonel Flechan: Four of us boarded the Dread Masters' cruiser: me, Corporal Kelestei, Private Goste and Master Kaedan. Our orders were to overload the ship's reactors.
  • Colonel Flechan: Been saying that for years. We finally have a Supreme Chancellor who agrees with us.
  • Colonel Flechan: Our scouts detected unusual Imperial activity near the moon Oricon. When we got closer, we realized the Imps were attacking their own fuel depot.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters set up a fortress on Oricon right under the Empire's nose. When the Imperial fleet attacked, they lost--hard. Now, those ships are serving the Dread Masters.
  • Colonel Flechan: Guess that rules out calling the Imperial Navy for backup.
  • Colonel Flechan: You're saying the Dread Masters just turned those Imperial ships to their side? How?
  • Colonel Flechan: I don't differentiate between Imperial targets and the Dread Masters. We'll have to kill them all, eventually. Might as well be today.
  • Colonel Flechan: The point is, these Dread Masters aren't your garden-variety Sith.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've experienced firsthand what the Dread Masters can do to your mind. They can make you question what's real--turn you against your friends.
  • Colonel Flechan: Your enthusiasm's heartwarming, but I don't want you rushing into this blind. The Dread Masters aren't typical Sith.
  • Colonel Flechan: Master Kaedan volunteered for a suicide mission to keep the Dread Masters busy, but somehow he managed to take the Sith alive.
  • Colonel Flechan: He convinced me the Dread Masters didn't deserve to die--that we could use them. I liked Master Kaedan, but I shouldn't have listened.
  • Colonel Flechan: Killing a defenseless enemy is against everything the Jedi--and the Republic--stand for.
  • Colonel Flechan: Jedi aren't infallible. They're people--they make mistakes.
  • Colonel Flechan: I understand why you feel responsible, but you couldn't have known this would happen.
  • Colonel Flechan: This time the Dread Masters won't have Master Kaedan to save them.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters are never defenseless. If you catch them sleeping, you'd better damn well take the shot.
  • Colonel Flechan: Except when Jedi make the wrong call millions of people die.
  • Colonel Flechan: All my instincts were screaming to kill them. If I had, lots of people would still be alive.
  • Colonel Flechan: Wish you'd been with me that day instead of him.
  • Colonel Flechan: We deployed scouts down to Oricon's surface to gather intel. The reports we got back were lunatic ravings.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters get inside people's heads--make them see things that aren't there, feel things they shouldn't. Be ready for anything.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've faced Sith before. I love seeing their faces when I don't run away from their cheap parlor tricks.
  • Colonel Flechan: If it's going to be that bad, I don't think anyone else should go to Oricon.
  • Colonel Flechan: If all the Dread Masters can do is make me crazy, that's going to work out very badly for them.
  • Colonel Flechan: Part of the reason you were picked for this is because of your psych profile. Mental toughness is an asset we need.
  • Colonel Flechan: No choice. Too many ships protecting the approach vector. My job is to keep them off you so your shuttle can reach the surface.
  • Colonel Flechan: Our scouts were hardened soldiers. The Dread Masters broke them easily. Don't let them break you.
  • Colonel Flechan: We'll keep the enemy busy up here. Take the assault shuttle down and finish the Dread Masters once and for all. Good hunting.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: When word gets out that Republic heroes brought down the Dread Masters, military recruitment will skyrocket.
  • Colonel Flechan: And you've bought me peace of mind. I might even be able to sleep.
  • Colonel Flechan: If we don't end this now, the Dread Masters will consolidate power and become unstoppable. This is our only chance to save the Republic.
  • Colonel Flechan: You defeated the Dread Masters twice. I'd say that qualifies you for some downtime.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters' evil infected everyone they touched--but time will heal those wounds.
  • Colonel Flechan: This is one nightmare you won't be having again, Colonel.
  • Colonel Flechan: Maybe I'll open a side business in psych counseling... "Personal demons banished for a reasonable fee." It beats shipping flatcakes.
  • Colonel Flechan: How many ships did we lose taking on that Imperial fleet? The battle looked pretty rough from Oricon.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Dread Masters were a diversion. The real enemy is still out there--and now they're free to focus on us again. Be ready.
  • Colonel Flechan: Maybe, but not just yet.
  • Colonel Flechan: There'll be time for healing when this war's over.
  • Colonel Flechan: Plenty more where this one came from, but I appreciate the sentiment.
  • Colonel Flechan: Not quite ready to laugh yet--but thanks for trying.
  • Colonel Flechan: Maybe the Dread Masters were already losing control--or the Imps they were controlling wanted us to win--but our casualties were surprisingly light.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Empire lost a lot more ships here than we did. They'll be licking their wounds for a long time.
  • Colonel Flechan: One last bit of business before we leave: Arm a few baradium fission bombs and level the Dread Masters' base.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Colonel, we sympathize with your feelings--but the Dread Masters are dead. That base contains secrets we may need.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: If other Sith discover how to emulate the Dread Masters' power, we'll need to understand how it works to stop them.
  • Colonel Flechan: All due respect, but we've just proven we don't need to understand that power to stop it. Let's remove the temptation from other Sith!
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Chancellor, we've seen again and again what happens when we try to "preserve" Sith knowledge. I saw what was down on Oricon.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Trust me--there's nothing we need down there. Let's wipe it off the face of the galaxy and get out.
  • Colonel Flechan: Colonel, she has a point. We don't know what the Dread Masters had planned--or if any Sith escaped with their knowledge.
  • Colonel Flechan: It won't hurt to pick through the remains and be certain before we firebomb the site.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: If you're certain there's nothing of strategic value, then I'll trust your guidance. You have authorization to raze the site.
  • Colonel Flechan: Weapon bays, fire at will. Leave nothing standing.
  • Colonel Flechan: Good riddance.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: We may even find weapons we can use against the Empire. Think of the lives we could save ending this war.
  • Colonel Flechan: You know I can't refuse your orders--but I can still choose how they're carried out. I'll lead the team down there.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Colonel, there may still be enemy forces waiting. Think of the risk you're taking....
  • Colonel Flechan: Do you want the honors?
  • Colonel Flechan: I think you've earned the right to see this through.
  • Colonel Flechan: I've done enough for one day. Someone else can finish cleaning up the mess.
  • Colonel Flechan: I don't often get to level an enemy base from orbit. Thank you, Colonel.
  • Colonel Flechan: Fire control, make room for our guests.
  • Colonel Flechan: Fire control, give our guest access.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: I must share the news of our victory in the Senate chamber. Rest assured, you will all be recognized as heroes.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: The colonel has a right to see this through. Let him go.
  • Colonel Flechan: The Republic has a shortage of experienced military commanders. We can't afford to let them take things personally.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Considering the colonel's feelings, the real risk is that he won't conduct a thorough search before he firebombs the place.
  • Colonel Flechan: I didn't reach this rank by playing it safe--but I'll take a full company down with me.
  • Colonel Flechan: I'll do my duty. I'll bring back anything that can help the Republic.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Very well. You have my blessing.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: The Empire will soon share the same fate as the Dread Masters. I'm sure I'll be congratulating you that day, too. Farewell, for now.
  • G8d3: Thank goodness those awful Dread Masters are finally gone. The Republic--and my overstressed circuits--are in your debt.
  • G8d3: Please, hurry to Colonel Flechan and defeat the Dread Masters. My circuits can't handle the stress!
  • G8d3: Good day.
  • G8d3: Oh, thank goodness you're here! You must help! The Dread Masters are trying to destroy my memory core with their nightmares!
  • G8d3: You are the greatest Jedi warrior. Please tell me you can defeat those awful Sith before their terrifying visions melt my circuits!
  • G8d3: If the Jedi Council's most famous member can't defeat those horrible Sith, I fear my logic processors will overload with nightmare visions!
  • G8d3: Everyone knows Havoc Squad is the greatest commando team in the galaxy. Major, you must destroy those awful Sith before they overload my circuits!
  • G8d3: They say you're the luckiest, most daring privateer in the galaxy. Surely you can defeat those horrible Sith before they melt my memory core?
  • G8d3: Brave heroes are my only hope of sanity. My circuits generate nightmares just thinking about those horrible Sith! Tell me you can defeat them!
  • G8d3: I'm going to make sure the Dread Masters never hurt anyone again--not even droids.
  • G8d3: The Dread Masters are an elusive enemy, but they will be found and brought to justice.
  • G8d3: The Dread Masters are at the top of my target list.
  • G8d3: Relax your processor. As soon as I find those robe-wearing maniacs, they're done.
  • G8d3: What do you know about the Dread Masters?
  • G8d3: Right... droids can't have nightmares. There's nothing wrong with you that can't be fixed by a complete datacore reformat. Go see maintenance.
  • G8d3: Those awful Sith have been terrorizing the galaxy ever since they escaped our prison on Belsavis! They'll conquer us all, unless you stop them!
  • G8d3: It won't help. Those Sith and their terrifying visions will worm their way back into my personality matrix!
  • G8d3: Oh, I nearly forgot! The Supreme Chancellor gave me a recording for you....
  • G8d3: What a relief, Captain! But what am I saying? We know where the Dread Masters are! Stand by....
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: This is Supreme Chancellor Saresh issuing a galaxy-wide emergency alert to Republic operatives.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: The Dread Masters have been trapped on the Imperial moon Oricon. We must strike quickly before they escape.
  • Supreme Chancellor Saresh: Report immediately to Colonel Flechan at the main fleet for a full briefing. This order overrides all standing mission objectives. Saresh out....
  • G8d3: Oh, do hurry to Colonel Flechan! My logic circuits weren't built to handle this pressure!
  • G8d3: Just hearing those words fills me with hope. But wait--you haven't heard the news! Please stand by for a priority message....
  • G8d3: Justice? I just want to stop worrying about them! Oh--but I've forgotten the most important thing! Please stand by....
  • G8d3: But, Major... wait! I haven't played the Supreme Chancellor's priority message for you yet, have I? Stand by....