He Who Stood At The Altar And Burned
- Jan 2, 2016
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They were a completely secret organization, with no actual military. Same goes for guardsmen, I don't think any existed within the Eternal. The mods reviewing would be able to give a more concrete take on the matter, but from the write-up and past reviews of other characters there was no military nor anything resembling the Sovereign Protectors.@Wit I assumed the Legions of Lettow would have at least some form of military organization and structure. If not, I’ll change it to a local militia.
Sovereign Protectors appear both in Canon (TRoS) and in Legends (Crimson Empire) as Royal or Honor Guards. I imagine the title still exists as a guardsman among the Sith Eternal, as I understand it they are also distant remnants of the Final Order.
They were a completely secret organization, with no actual military. Same goes for guardsmen, I don't think any existed within the Eternal. The mods reviewing would be able to give a more concrete take on the matter, but from the write-up and past reviews of other characters there was no military nor anything resembling the Sovereign Protectors.
From what I read, Sullust, SoroSub, and what not are all manufacturing and production based in terms of economy. They don't have a@Rom In the vein of what I read (forgive me if this is totally off) I changed the militia Gale was enlisted in to a Expeditionary Force, making it so that he encountered the Eternal in the Unknown Regions after they captured his crew.
He lived because of his force-sensitivity and refusal to die. Hopefully that works :)
From what I read, Sullust, SoroSub, and what not are all manufacturing and production based in terms of economy. They don't have a
"Sullustan Expeditionary Force" as far as I can see. If this is just a flavor of a planetary defense force that's fine but most military forces in the wake of the Battle of Exegol demilitarized and so also wouldn't have an expidition force that was military based. If your character needs to have traveled to the Unknown Regions, I don't think a system based military force makes sense.
There are of course always private corporations and groups that are can fund such expeditions and numerous reasons why someone would find themselves in the Unknown Regions. These could be anything from a hyperdrive mishap in their backstory to being hired for an overfunded project that went bad.
Contemplate it a bit and let us know what you think. If the Unknown Regions poriton isn't as important there are multiple characters that can explain contacting the Sith Order (when it was still the Sith Eternal) in 'rims' of space that are more well known. The perk about the Sith Eternal formerly being a covert cult is that it could be anywhere.
Here's a link to the canon page for SoroSuub. Sorry, should have had that in my previous message. National Guard and Coast Gaurd are portions of the Military but also don't explore. They patrol and protect threats that happen near home turf. Expeditionary forces usually refers to traveling to another location and fighting there.Might I ask what one of these corporations might be, or does it come down to head-canon? I’m sorry I’m not as well versed in this area of the sequel trilogy.
I envisioned the expeditionary force to be more of a discovery team than an actual military branch. Kinda like how the National Guard and Coast Guard are “Military” in rank and file only, officially being reserved and called in as a very last resort for actual combat purposes. However, I’ll change it to a placeholder private corps unless there is a specific one that works for this idea.
a hyperspace malfunction will also work nicely so I’ll add that in momentarily.