Imperial Broadcasts Spark Tensions on Korriban
[Korriban News Now] Several Sith beings sit around an obsidian conference table, already in discussion. A man interjects, "Falf, of course this is an extraordinary event, but you must realize that our people maintain a.. spiritual connection to those who harness the power of the Sith. A Lord and leader of the Emperor's talent matters to --" A woman waves a hand, cutting him off with a sneer, "That may be, but you heard Darth Zayn: Korriban was never governed by the Empire, thus we are 'irrelevant' to him. Why support a--" The first snorts, "As if your Lord Naile is any better? He disrespected Lord Maldiv and called him a throne warmer!" Quickly devolving into squabbling, a second woman smacks the table, "Calm down!" She sighs as the camera zooms in upon her, "Arguments such as these have become commonplace on the streets of Dreshdae following the Ruling Council's announcement that if his body was recovered, a tomb of honor was to be built for Lord Maldiv Rocik within the Valley of the Dark Lords. It seems this decision created an ember of dissent over which Imperial splinter is the true heir to the throne. However, individual responses by the Imperial factions stoked the flames and have created a much larger argument over not only which leader is the true heir, but which the people of Korriban prefer. We have been alerted that GNI is sending a reporter to Korriban, and will do our best to continue up-to-date coverage until that point."
Denizens of Korriban Grow Restless
[Rumors from Korriban] Recent gossip from spacers traveling from the planet Korriban paints a brewing undercurrent of dissent between its citizens. While portrayed as bar and back alley talk at the moment, there is a heated charge of anger in the air as a singular question haunts the denizens of the Sith homeworld: "Which Imperial splinter leader is truly the designated heir of Emperor Maldiv Rocik?"
AA-9 Escape Pods Fix
They are now in a room players can actually get into.
Citing improved crafting techniques over the last few years, retired blacksmith Wuk Royp has expanded his forge to produce highgrade durasteel with less materials needed and less failure in the process.