- Character Profile
- Jan 5, 2020
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As far as locations went, the primitive settlement hidden away within the forest canopies was true to the preconceptions that the Governor had of the neighbouring civilisation; rustic, simple, but to some respects it was also impressive the scale in which the settlement had spanned - given the extremely primitive nature of Endor's native species. It seemed that despite the Forrest Moon playing a modicum of significance in the final moments of the Galactic Empire, very little had changed since then, the old imperial installations had fallen to ruins and the native Ewoks had returned back to their life of status quo. Leaving the world pretty much as it was always known to be, large forests encompassing the Moon, baring the jagged mountainous regions - leaving it's natural resources for the best part un touched and unspoiled.
Looking out of the view port of the Bakuran transport, the blonde governor pursed her lips in thought as she felt the ship bank to the side as it made its final circling approach towards the clearing nearest the Ewok settlement. The moon was for want of a better term ripe for the taking, however a show of force or invasion like those occurring off in the Mid Rim and Expansion regions would of course draw too much unwarranted attention. This would require a more subtle approach, one that was hidden away behind the same guise as what was shown on Rattatak - A neighbouring planet and it's civilisation reaching out to help safeguard worlds that had been left to fend for themselves by the Republic and the Free World alliance, after all as the centuries of history has gone on to prove. The Core worlds care little for what takes place in the farthest reaches of the Galaxy.
With that in mind, it had became something of an edict for the new Bakuran Governor, to reach out to the neighbouring worlds and civilisations and extend the hand of aid and support should it be needed. And, of course should the events of today go as planned, then it would be another world that would find itself part of a fledgling alliance of planets and worlds that sat out on the remotest regions of known Space. Whilst the Bakuran envoy would travel to break bread with the Ewoks and to introduce themselves, agents of the Sith Lord would in turn do likewise with the other native sentients. Ceryx's mission brief to her two apprentices was simple, Davin and Manuk were to travel ahead to the mountainous regions to engage with the Gorax and Duloks, two species equal in their primitive nature, but both shared a common trait, they preyed upon the Ewoks.
Afterall the True nature of the force was to drive the gears of evolution, the strong prey upon the weak, and the weak either fall prey or they adapt for survival. Given how the diminutive Ewok species had continued to survive with little advancement since the fall of the Empire, Evolution needed a helping hand to get going, which would fall upon the actions of the Sith Apprentices, to rile up and even equip the predatory sentients to take their seat at the top of the food chain and exert themselves as the dominant species - attacking the Ewok settlements.
Taking a deep breath as the ship touched down on the mosey undergrowth of the Forrest clearing, the blonde Governor made her way to the boarding ramp of the ship, wearing very little beyond her Political garb and her blaster side arm, Alyse stepped out of the ship, accompanied by her personal guard made up of the Bakuran security forces, along with a protocol droid that due to the historical distrust of droids held by Bakuran society was being being kept under a close guard - its presence being seen as a necessary evil, to act as translator for the Ewoks and the visiting envoys.