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 Post subject: Rapora Wars: Breaking the Vagaari (Subplot RPG)
PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2005 12:13 am 
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OOC: This Subplot primarily is devoted to the campaign by the GFFA and UDA to remove the Vagaari from Raporan influence. The keys to the campaign will be espinoage, covert actions, and outright coercion by both sides.

IC: The ruling chambers of the Vagaari Imperator were a plush and formal setting, that much hadn't changed. The purple curtains that had once lined the windows were gone, replaced by a crimson red veil. The once brilliantly adorned table of the chieftans a treasure from millenia ago was gone from the councilor chambers. In its stead a twenty-eight pointed star on the black marble flooring marked where it had stood.

Admiral Draskan ignored his memories of the room, and the memories of the Vagaari that had once lead in it. That was history, and he had vital information for the Imperator. Moving with delibrate speed he marched past the two guards clad in the red armor of the Allegiance Cohort. Still there was one being in the room that Draskan couldn't ignore as he entered. The clack of his claw echoed in the chamber as he stepped from the side and closed with him. He was the Imperator's Praetor, and he was not Vagaari.

The Rapora known as Krendar stood with his eyes watching the Admiral's every move and Draskan felt his pulse quicken as he stepped within the broad oval of the room's center.

Slowly the form of the Imperator appeared at the doorway and waved him forward. Draskan hoped the news that he'd be bringing would not cost him his life.

* * *

Epsilon base was an enormous structure, hidden within the asteroid belt of the world of Palis VII. It was a long abandoned mining post, its girders and compartments long ago converted from its original use, and evidently converted again with each new occupant.

The United Defense Alliance had been no different, Lieutenant Jula Malone thought as he slowly sifted through the cards in his hand. It had taken him to months to teach the locals Sabacca, and now he was coming to regret it.

The Chiss he reflected, have the absolute mastery of the gambling mask. They're born with it he thought and glancing over at his two human opponents from the UDA he thought that the Chiss had given them classes. With a sigh he tossed his cards on the table and leaned back from it, "Thats it, I'm out."

Across from him General Drask smiled slowly and lowered the cards, "Thank you for another game lieutenant, perhaps we should sometime try a less random form of gaming, dejarka perhaps?"

Jula frowned, "No, I'm kind of tired of these games. My troops are too sir." He shook his head, "Hopefully Hirotek will let us infiltrators loose pretty soon. We'd like to see some action." Maybe show the Vagaari how the GFFA can get them at home he didn't add.

General Drask just shook his head, with the chiss military gone he'd been pulled into orbit around the UDA, and like Jula he wanted to get a chance to strike back. But he hid it better then his Human friend. Beside him Commander Menisa Lore yawned, "Yeah I want off this rock too." She sighed as she set her cards down on the makeshift table, "My pilots are itching to go, whenever General Drask has orders to give us, we'll be ready."

Suddenly the other human, the man straightened as a chirp sounded in his pocket followed by a voice, "Base commander Denim Alexi to the bridge. Hirotek's forces have just dropped out of hyperspace."

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Hirotek sighed as he looked over all the information in front of him. The runin with the Reporan super-cruiser had brought him to the stunning realization that it was going to take more than simple fleet battles to break the vagaari away from the Repora. He simply didnt have the ships to risk running into Reporan forces to often. In his spare time during this hyperjump, he decided that more subtle measures would be needed. It would be a lot different than what he was used to in a campaign, but he knew he could do it. He certainly had the resources for a capaign like that. He had a number of infiltration groups to run covert operations with, and he could back them up by distracting the enemy fleets by running hit-and-run tactics with his fleet.

As he sat there trying to find a suitable target, the command line chirped,and Hirotek looked up. He sighed, and stepped over to his comunications console. He tapped a few buttons on the console, and the voice of the captain cam across the line.

"Admiral, we have entered the Epsilon base system. Commander Alexi wishes to speak to you." the captain said, and Hirotek nodded.

"Ill take it in my office captain. Thank you." he said, and Hirotek walked over to the holoprojector. he stood on the platform, and sighed when the hologram of Alexi appeared. Alexi did not look displeased, but at the same time, he certainly did not look happy.

"Admiral Hirotek. I am glad to see your force returned without any losses that I can see. I take it your mission was successfull?
he asked, and Hirotek smiled.

"Well, not really. The vagaari force we found decided that they would have rather fought than talk, but they weren't much of a force to threaten my fleet. Unfortunetly, the reporan task force that jumped us was more than enough to pound my fleet into oblivion. So I decided running was a good idea." he said, and Alexi nodded his head.

"I could have told you that taking your fleet out was a dangerous idea. The Reporan fleet runs thick here. We need to be carefull when using the fleet. We dont have the resources to risk losing any vessels right now." he sai,d and Hirotek nodded.

"I am now well aware of that fact. it is because of that the I need all infiltraion unit commanders and squadron commanders to prepare for a meeting. Ive picked out a few targets for all of them to hit. Ive decided to switch up my tactics abit." Hirotek sai, and Alexi smiled.

"I was hoping you would say that. We have all been getting a little restless here. I'll have them all ready for you." Alexi said, and the hologram cut out. Hirotek sighed, and lowered his head a bit. He was going to have to rely on the people here at Epsilon base for a lot o the upcoming battles. He didn't like relying on others for such matters, but he knew that he would adjust. he just hoped that he could gain the confidence of these people like he had gained the trust of those already under his command.

Ilos stepped away from the holoprojector, and walked out of his office. He hadn't been able to find a suitable target thuis far, but he knew that the base commanders would be able to help him in that regard. He just hoped that they could get their new operations moving. They had little time to get moving, and what little time thay had was quickly fading away.

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IC: (Rimak Ardar)

"Sir, the Ship is ready. We can leave when you give the Order." The Raporan Officer Said.

"Yes, yes, Take us out." Ardar ordered.

The moment Rimak Ardar gave the order, Cyclical Death Began moving.

"Sir, we have Cleared the Docking bay." The Officer Announced.

"Ran, Move us out of the Planet's Gravity well." Rimak told Ranso Morak, Or otherwise know as 'Ran'.

"Yes, Sir..." Only moments later, "Sir We have cleared the planet's gravity well."

"Good, We have Orders from the Timeless One Himself, Go to these coordinates," Ardar Listed off the Coordinates to Ranso.

"Yes, Sir," The Navigation Officer replied.

Cyclical Death was running very smoothly, It took only about three seconds to align Cyclical Death to the right position.

"Entering Hyperspace, Three, Two, Mark."

Then the Stars Streaked, and swirled into the blue of Hyperspace.

***

The Stars Streaked again, and the ship reverted back to normal space. And there they were, the exact coordinates the Timeless One had given them.

"I'll Be back, Do NOT Disturb me." And with that Rimak Ardar got up out of his chair, and walked over to a door, and went in to it. He walked over to a panel, entered a few digits, walked over to a circle in the floor, and stopped a few feet back, and fell to his knees, "Master, I have Arrived."

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"Good, Commander Ardar," The soft and chilling voice of the Timeless One answered. A slight smile played across his lips, "Contact the local command, I'm certain they have orders for you."

* * *

Krendar smiled coldly at the face of Rimak Ardar as it appeared, "Excellent to have you here Commander. Your first tasking will the be the escort of six Alaga class dreadnaughts to an assembly center from which they will be join the fleets stationed around Bilbringi and Ord Mantell." A predatory smile slipped over his face, "Be wary of GFFA and UDA units, we believe they may be attempting to lure Vagaari crews into open rebellion. You are in command, if any of the dreadnaughts disobey your commands, destroy them without second thought."

Rimak nodded coldly, "I understand."

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Two officers were Chatting when Ardar came out, They instantly ran back to their tasks. Ardar Looked Menacingly at the two officers, "Orders, Sir?" Morak asked. "Yes, We have our orders to escort six Alaga class dreadnoughts to an... Assembly Center." Ardar Twitted slightly with the last words. "Give the Orders." Ardar had a Glazed look to his eyes. "Yes, sir!" Morak Replied, then began Entering a series of commands, "Orders sent, Sir."
At once five of the six Dreadnoughts began moving. "Sir, One of the Dreadnoughts isn't responding!" One of the officers said in surprise, "Fools, They dare defy us? Destroy them Immediately!" Ardar Ordered with Anger in his voice. "Sir?" Morak Asked, "You heard my Orders, now get to Work!"
With that, All of Cyclical Death's Forward weapons opened fire on the vessel, Tearing it to pieces. With out it's shields the Alaga fell prey easily to Cyclical Death's Plasma Launchers.
"Fools," Rimak Said in Contempt. "He looked around in the Bridge, "Well?" He asked "Get to work, we have orders to carry out."

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Captain Gerin Valinar starred in shock as the Alaga class dreadnaught Vagaari Spear exploded under the barrage from the Cyclical Death. Slowly he glanced around the bridge at his fellows, "The demons are at the helm."

"Yes sir, they are." His first officer, Kralin Advarsh replied, the cold dread filling his voice, "They are ruthless and fiendish."

"Silence!" An icy voice echoed from the back of the bridge as another Vagaari stepped into view. He wore the red badge of the Allegiance Cohort, "Speak another word and I shall execute you myself."

"Yes Purpsh," Gerin replied under his voice as he turned away from the political officer. In a whisper he added, "You and your allegiance fellows will be the end of us."

* * *

Admiral Hirotek flipped through a dozen intelligence reports absently as a chime echoed in his room. With a sigh he tossed aside the datapad and tapped the comm, "Hirotek."

"Admiral, its General Drask, he says he might have a target for us."

"Send him in," Hirotek replied as he leaned back behind the desk. A moment later the doors hissed open and the aging chiss officer stepped into the room.

He saluted stiffly, "Admiral."

"Please sit down Drask," Hirotek answered without returning his salute.

"Thank you sir," Drask answered as he sat in the chair before him, "One of our probes produced some... interesting information."

"Really," Hirotek replied, "What sort of information?"

"The Rapora are running a convoy of Vagaari ships through the Altrus system, apparently one of the ships failed to head to Raporan orders and was destroyed," Drask smiled, "If you wanted to get some Vagaari to defect this may be your best opportunity. They're only escorted by a single Savla class."

* * *

Commodore Athien sighed as she waited for the docks at Dresnak to finish loading the last of her supplies onto the Freedom of Thought. Slowly she turned her head as the soft click of a claw against the floor echoed in the cooridor leading to the bridge. With a hiss General Veran stopped beside her, "We are ready."

Athien nodded, "Set course for Epsilon base."

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Hirotek sat in his office, thinking abotu this new information. They needed to score a victory, and soon. SO far, he had no luck at all in his mission. And this would be a major boon to his forces. But at the same time, it did nto seem right.

"A single Salva? That seems far to convienient to me. Our current forces would easily be able to overwhelm one Savla, but you can't tell me that they would risk losing more Vagaari so easily." he said, and Drask nodded.

"Very true Admiral, but at the same time, can we afford not to risk it? We need the troops, the ships, and the vicotry." Drask said, and Hirotek sighed. he didn't like this, not at all, buthe could see he had little choice.

"Alright, call everyone together. Squadron commanders, ship captains, everyone. We won't have much time to plan this out. I want the whole fleet to be ready for this. Half will go in to take out the Savla, the other half will sit back in case it is a trap. That should be enough of a force to deal with the Savle." Hirotek said, and Drask nodded.

"Ill get everyone together. How soon do we have?" he asked, and Hirotek shook his head.

"An hour at most. Then I want the fleet to be on its way to the Altrus system at top speed." he said, and Drask nodded. Hirotek watched as Drask stood and left his office. After a moment, Hirotek turned, and looked out his viewport, wondering silently how the rest of the war was going. He had a feeling that something bad had happened, but he dared not speak of it. They had enough problems as it was already. having the commanding officer of this mission giving everyone else bad vibes could only make things worse.

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Admiral Hirotek furrowed his brow as the ship dropped out of hyperspace. Dead ahead he could see the distant shape of five Vagaari Dreadnaughts and a single Savla class Cruiser.

An odd thought occured to him, were the Rapora employing such small convoys for a reason. Surely some would get through to their destination if they were seperated into smaller groups, or perhaps the smaller groups were being used as lures for his forces. He didn't know, but it was time to find out.

* * *

Captain Gerin Valinar tore himself from his bunk as the contact alert suddenly blared. The white lights overhead flashed to red as he pulled on his uniform and tore off down the hallway toward the bridge. As he ran one of his aids came to his side, "Report?"

"Multiple contacts, two Ravager class Star Destroyers, four Defender class star destroyers, and a host of support craft."

Gerin Valinar stopped dead in his tracks, "That many?"

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OOC: Wow, my forces grew! Awesome....

IC: Hirotek sat in his command chair, and stared out th viewport at his targets. The five dreadnaughts moved in tandem, with the Savla cruiser, but Hirotek had a hunch that was mostly out of fear of being destroyed if they didn't. And it was time to test that theory. And if turned out he was wrong, he would just have to destory the entire convoy.

"Communications, open up a channel with all enemy vessels. Make sure everyone can hear what is being said." he ordered, and his comm officer noddded. After a few moments, the comm officer nodded, and Hirotek smiled.

"Attention all Vagaari vessels, this is Admiral Hirotek of the GFFA. We are aware that one of your vessels weas destroyed by the very Savla cruiser that is escorting you. As you are aware, there are many of your own people that are fighting against your reporan masters in an attempt at freeing your people from the reigns you have found yourself in. I am here to give you the chance to join your brethren in defying your masters, and avenging the deaths of your people from Reporan treachery. If you wish to do so, act now, and you will have a chance at living to see the freedom of your people. If you do not, I can garauntee that you will all die on your knees as aslaves." he said, and he then sat sliently, waiting for a responce of some sort.

"Admiral, on of the vgaari vessels, is breaking formation. They are making a run for it!" a sensor officer called out, and Hirotek smiled. It seemed his words had an effect. But as he watched, the Savla opened fire, vaporizing the errent vessel. Hirotek smiled when he saw this, and laughed to himself.

"That, I believe, was the worst thing you could have done." he said, and he waited for the rest of the Vagaari vessels to react. If they did not, he knew what he would have to do.

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Captain Valinar stood on the bridge as the Savla banked away from their formation to fire on the fleeing dreadnaught. He turned to the helm, "Accelerate to full speed, full axial rotation, present our port to the Savla."

Purpsh was already rising from his seat, "Captain?"

Valinar didn't even turn, "Commander Advarsh, place Purpsh under arrest. I won't die because of Raporan stupidity."

"Treason!" Purpsh belowed as the commander drew a blaster. He reached for the console as though to trigger it when Advarsh fired. The blast caught the vagaari in the back of the neck and pitching him over the console.

Advarsh pushed the dead officer aside, "Good thing he didn't hit that. I'd prefer being spaced then poisined."

Captain Valinar turned back to his display, "Shields to full!" Already all but one of the Vagaari dreadnaughts were accelerating away from the Raporan ship. The one that remained began firing at the running vessels, failing to persuade them to return to the formation. Valinar shook his head, he was making a gamble but he had no choice, "All port batteries target the Savla's power core. I want that ship disabled."

The deck thumped and a volley of green blasts lanced across space and into the side of the Cyclical Death. Its shield's with held all but the last blasts which nicked the power core and disabled the ship's weapons array.

A smile appeared on his twin mouths, "Open a channel to Admiral Hirotek, tell him that the Lightning of Vagar is at his command."

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"Admiral, we have ciommunications from three of the remaining Vagaari vessels. All saying the same thing. They are yours to command." the comm tech said, and Hirotek smiled. It was good day for his forces.

"Send them the assigned set of hyperspace coordinates. Inform them that they are to wait there until we contact them." he said, turning away from the comm officer. But then he turned back, and spoke again.

"And tell them that they will not regret their choice." he said, and the comm officer nodded, and began issuing the orders.

If the Vagaari did as they were told, they would get nowhere near the assigned corrdinates, but rather would be pulled out of hyperspace by his interdictor, the Stellar Web. Their vessles would be seized, and the crews interrogated. They would all then be given new assignements, some on their old vessels, pthers on new ships. And all would be watched carefully, in case this was a ploy to trap his forces. He knew that they would not care for how they were being treated, but they would understand his precautions. If not, they would just have to adjust.

"Admiral, what about that Savla?" came a question his left, and he turned to see his captain studying the vessel with is sensors. Hirotek thought about it for a moment, and then sighed.

"We will leave it. I don't feel like risking any of my vessles in case it is playing dead. We have used enough luck for one day, I think." he said, and he then turned to the helm officer.

"Plot us a course out of here. Follow our new allies, but jump several seconds after them. Plot our exit point a few hundred kilometers back from where they will drop out. Just in case." he ordered, and he watched as his orders were implemented.

As his vessels made the jump to hyperspace, he contemplated the day. Zero losses to his own forces thus far, three more vessels at his command, one damaged Savla, and another Vagaari vessel with a crew that was now also contemplating turning sides if his thoughts were correct. All in all, this was a victory for him.

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Rimak Ardar waited for the Traitorous Vagaari and Federation Vessels to leave the system, Then Turned away from the View port. "They came from nowhere. And TAKE 'OUR' SHIPS" Ardar Threw his arms up in disgust.

"Power up the ship, We have had enough, of this, this, Insult! Fools..." Ardar waited for a few moments "Damage?" He asked.

"Sir, we have some damage, Minor Casualties." The Damage Officer said.

"Hail the Only Remaining Vagaari ship." Ardar then Pondered what to say. "Tell them, that if they Even 'think' of fleeing... We we shoot, To kill."

"Yes, Sir!" the Com officer Replied. "Sir, Message Delivered."

"Good, Now Inform them that we will now take the last Leg of the Journey."

"Sir, Yes, Sir!" The Officer finished his task "Sir, Message Delivered."

Then they waited, for about one minute, "Well?" The Navigation Officer Look at him "Sir?" He asked, "What do you want me to say? 'Make it So? Get Busy!" Ardar Yelled. "Oh, uh, Yes, Sir!" All officers Said in Unison.

The Stars Streaked, Stopped for an Instant, Then Started Swirling in a blue vortex.

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Then the reverse happened.

"Sir we Have Arrived in system, And... The Alaga Dreadnought is with us!"

"Good, Schedule for Casualties to be replaced, and Damage Repaired." Ardar walked over to a door, Then looked back at the rest of the bridge Crew. "I need to... Get Orders." He went in, locked the door behind him went over to a panel entered some Digits, and walked towards a circular platform.

The Hologram of the the Timeless one appeared, "Yes?." he said. "I bring you Interesting a bad news The Bad is that I only bring one of the Six Alaga Class cruisers with me. The Interesting news is that it appears the Federation is... Apparently trying to.. Steal The Vagaari ships."

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The Timeless One frowned at the holographic image before him, "I know this Ardar. I have no time to waste with you, report only to your immediate superiors from now on." With a flick of the wrist he shut the projector down and glared at the space where the image had been.

* * *

Commodore Athien's task force dropped out of hyperspace before Epsilon Base. Slowly Athien glanced at the comm and awaited word from Admiral Hirotek as to how successful he had been.

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Athien waited patiently on the bridge of her ship, wondering when Hirotek would return. She had arrived several hours ago, and had hung in orbit of Epsilon base since then. Her fleet was arrayed behind her, waiting with her. But in her mind, onmly a few thoughts floated. Thoughts of her fathers' death. Thoughts on how poorly Ord Mantell had turned out. Thoughts of Ilos. These thoughts intermingled themselves constatnly, switching from one to another with such ease that she wished she could just dismiss them all.

"Commodore! We have GFFA warships dropping from hypserspace. IFF Transponders match them to the Admirals fleet." her sensor officer called out, and Athien lept to her feet.

"Count them up. Are they all arriving?" she asked, wondering if he had suffered any losses on his mission yet. She waited queitly, and then smiled softly as her sensor officer looked back to her with a grin.

"Yes Commodore, all vessels have been accounted for. And they appear to be dragging a trio of Vagaari Alaga class dreadnaughts." he said, and Athien smiled broadly. Perhaps his mission had gone much better than she had thought.

"Admiral, we have communication from the Stormshore. It's the Admiral." her comm officer called out. She nodded to the officer, and a holo of Ilos appeared in front of her, a broad grin on is face. Standing next to him was a Vagaari that she did not recognize.

"Commodore, let me introduce you to Gerin Valinar. He, and several ships under his command, have recently had a change of heart in their loyalties. " he said, and Athien smiled at him.

"That's good to hear Ilos. We needed some good news." she said, her smile slowly faltering. Ilos saw this, and suddenyl had a dark feeling in his stomach. Even without the force, he could tell something had happened. Something terrible.

"Athien, I will meet you in Epsilon command. We will talk there." he said, and Athien nodded. Slwoly, the holo faded, and Athien looked to Veran.

"Let's get down there. The sooner he hears the news, the sooner he can begin to underastand out new situation." she said, and Veran nodded. Slowly, they turned and walked towards the aft of the bridge, and the turbolift that was located there.

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