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Mando'a Teroch A'Den Fighter by kavinveldar Mando'a Teroch A'Den Fighter by kavinveldar
In JediMSieer's Star Wars Universe......

Jedi Master Vaun Luc Hallek looked at the wreckage of the surrounding fighter bays... The chief of security looked up and sighed. "Thank you for coming so quickly, Master Jedi... as you can see... we were hit last night. Eighteen security droids destroyed, and six of our joint fighters were stolen from their racks."

Master Vaun looked around at the blast marks, and felt the currents of the Force around him. The chief of security looked around as the Jedi Master listened to the Force. "Cant believe only six Mandos did this."

Master Vaun looked at the Chief and did not look happy. "I feel that this is not the last we will hear of these particular six.... they will reverse engineer those fighters... and soon, the Republic may face... a pitiless wrath."
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TheNightbringer343 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Karen Traviss is one of the best modern authors. The Republic Commando series is so well done, but it is slowly being un-canonized by Lucas. I understand, however, that it's not his job to read every single Star Wars book and treat them all as canon; it's just impossible with so many authors and series. I'm kind of sad, but not angry.
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otamachamp Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
wonder how well this thing'd hold up to a DF-360 O.o
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kavinveldar Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008
That all depends on the situation. A Teroch A'den has more firepower, yet the DF-360 has a better rate of climb and atmosphere capability. The Teroch has strong shields, yet not as powerful as the DF. As before, it all depends on the situation, and the pilots flying the machines. If your flying against Famine, one of the Four Horsemen of the Mandalorian Deathdealers... just stay in the landing bay, and save yourself a fighter. She's damn good.
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JediArtisan Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds like something the Mandalore Wraiths would do. They'd probably paint their emblem all over it as well.
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kavinveldar Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008
In this case, it was a group called the Mandalorian Death-Dealers, following the orders of their leader, Deathdealer Gath. They are a militant group of Mandalorians bound and determined to follow the Laws of the Clans, and that means bringing death to those who have harmed Mandalorian children. Its a long and sad story, but needless to say, somebody's dying... with the harshness.
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JediArtisan Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
So do they answer to Mandalore or are they a rogue group? I ask because in my universe Mandalore is on relatively good terms with the Republic, ever since they allied with each other during the Yuuzhan vong incursion. They're not friends or anything but it would seem unlikely that they would openly attack a Republic base.
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kavinveldar Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008
They 'officially' are a Rogue element, but follow the Old Mando Laws. Where a Blood oath of revenge will be fulfilled no matter what. Mandalore himself knows they must be frowned upon in front of the Republic officials, and has Hunter teams looking for them... they really dont look too hard.
Deathdealer Gath's daughter was killed, along with relatives of the other six with him. Four of the six lost children, and are known as the Four Horsemen. War, Famine, Pestilence and Gath as Death. They hunt a Senator who has hidden his illegal actions quite well. This senator works with pirate gangs, selling slaves to the hutts, and makes quite the tidy profit dealing in death and slavery. But the Deathdealers have all sworn a blood oath to bring him down....hard.
As for attacking a Republic base, you'll notice that they only took out security droids... not one death was mentioned.
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JediArtisan Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah yes, if it had been the Mandalore Wraiths then there would have been a lot more deaths and the base probably wouldn't still be standing.
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kavinveldar Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008
I take it the Wraiths are pretty mean and nasty.
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JediArtisan Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
yeah. They basically follow the old old ways of Mandalore and believe in conquest by whatever means necessary. They're a lot like the Sith, in fact the only thing that keeps them from joining the Sith Empire is their pride, well that and the fact that most of them were wiped out.
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