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The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy does not begin with the founding of TGC, nor will it end with the death of the community. TGC is part of an illustrious lineage of web sites and communities with roots that stretch back to the beginning of ezboard, and indeed to the beginning of Star Wars fandom on the net. Along that lineage, The Gungan Council is the torchbearer for Star Wars Role Playing on Ezboard, an honor inherited following the departure of Swfan.Net to vbulletin. In the course of our history, many memorable events have happened and much has been created. From characters to groups, customs, events and even struggles, as the years turn on, fewer and fewer remain who remember the early days. This Role Playing Hall of Fame is an attempt to preserve the history of Star Wars Role Playing on Ezboard before it is forgotten.

Character Hall of FameEdit

1) Itala Marzullo Serving as Emperor for the original Sith Council (TSC) at Swfans.net, Itala Marzullo represented evil in its purest form: hateful, aggressive, dynamic. From early 1999 until sometime in late 2002, Itala struck fear into the hearts of Jedi not only at Swfans, but also at TGC to which he made frequent visits. After his overthrow and banishment from Swfans, Itala brought his clan of marauding Marzullo's to TGC for a time. On July 8th 2001 TMC left TGC Role Playing, and Itala with it, though the group did eventually return. Despite a reported "global ban" from ezboard, this evil Sith's name was still frequently whispered through out the galaxy, until his return to TGC summer 2005.

by: Ceel


2) General Ceel TGC's founder, most experienced RPer and longest standing member, General Ceel is an EZboard legend. The man behind it all has been a part of everything great in TGC Battlegroud since the founding of The Gungan Council. Whether leading his people against the tyrannous threat of an Itala Marzullo lead attack of Naboo, attempting to re-create the Gungan City after its destruction, defending his people from the Bathory Gang or even participating in a fight against his own people in a Gungan Civil War, General Ceel can be found at the forefront of nearly all major events of TGC's history. Prior to The Gungan Council, General Ceel came to ezboard in the Summer of 1999 under the name Darthbeerman.

by: Danster


3) Organa Solo Organa Solo is among the most important members in the history of The Gungan Council. Her work in-character, however, can in no way compare to the impact she has had on The Gungan Council from an out of character perspective. In early 2000, by way of a deal struck with General Ceel, Organa Solo became one of the first administrators of The Gungan Coucil. But she did not come alone. With her, Miss Solo brought a small group of jedi from The Imperial Palace, ultimately causing the formation of the modernized version of The Jedi Council. Organa's tenure as Admin ended in November 2001 with her decision to depart TGC and form the once highly successful Rebel Faction Role Playing Galaxy. Since her departure from TGC, Organa has made guest appearances in a number of TGC role plays, however she has yet to return in any serious facet.

by: Ceel


4) Clegg Holdfast Jedi Master Clegg Holdfast is The Gungan Council's longest running member, other than the owner. Clegg was present the day that TGC was created and will surely be around the day they nail the coffin shut. Clegg is known for quality, rather than quantity, and as a result has been part of some of The Gungan Council's most endearing stories. Clegg also holds the honor of being the first Jedi ever to be trained in the Jedi arts at TGC. In recent years the man behind the computer has expanded into playing atleast 3 other characters. No doubt some of those characters will eventually find their way into the Hall Of Fame.

by: Ceel


5) Malice Draclau A sith in the truest sense, Malice ruled over DSO over the golden age of TGC and beyond as he continued through contriversy coming back to TGC over and over to roleplay, showing all the newbies and Jedi how a real sith roleplays and shot down all competition for the rank of Dark Lord of the Sith over and over as he reigned supreme as the primary sith at TGC for many years. His roleplays were well written and to the point always ending in Sith Supremecy and Jedi Failure. Though he may not be the most famous sith, Malice showed everyone that the Sith still have power in this galaxy, as their golden years were waining.

by: Bane Nathos


6) Jedi Amnde Having first arrived at TGC as early as 2000, Jedi Amnde was a benevolent and dedicated Jedi Master. Amnde, later Amalia Azalin, arguably contributed more to the Jedi cause than anyone but Organa Solo. A strict follower of the code, Amnde was a fantastic mentor to her long line of Padawan pupils. A joy to roleplay with and one of the nicest persons TGC has boasted. After a long Absence, Jedi Amnde returned to TGC role playing in May 2005 as Amalia Bettencourt.

by: Danster


7) Danster the Gangster Danster The Gangster has played a critical role at The Gungan Council since nearly the beginning. Emerging at TGC in early 2000, Danster participated in many of the boards first role plays, but also traveled to Swfans to assist his fellow Gungans and Jedi. Danster has been a member of TGC's Jedi Council for nearly the entire span of his career. His skills were also vital to the development and management of fleet role playing in the galaxy. In addition to his in character roles, Danster has contributed to The Gungan Council in many Out of Character ways. The man behind Danster has been an administrator at TGC for more than five years. Under the name of Danster, as well as other accounts, this wise old gungan has also lead such factions as The Ewok Council and The Trade Federation into the annals of role playing history. In late 2005 Danster was named Co-Owner of TGC.

by: Ceel


8) Dark Lord Dyzm The legend of Dyzm began at Swfans in 1999, but continues to grow at The Gungan Council today. If you encounter Dyzm he will be the first to remind you that he is The Gungan Council's "Longest Lasting Sith." To be perfectly honest, he is in fact the rightful owner of that title. Although his visits have become sporadic in recent years, Dyzm can still be counted on for dishing a healthy dose of that classic sith attitude. Dyzm holds another honor at TGC, one perhaps even greater than his longevity. They don't call him the "Destroyer of Diners" for no reason. Dyzm is believed to have destroyed as many as 14 versions of Shmi's Diner at The Gungan Council

by: Ceel


9) The Lounge Lizard Undoubtedly one of the greatest characters in the history of Swfans Role Playing, The Lounge Lizard is considered by some to also be one of the greatest characters ever created for any online Star Wars role play. Lounge Lizard was an early arrival at Swfans, emerging in the first days of Ezboard. After having become a powerful jedi, caught up in his quest for revenge against his nemesis Itala Marzullo, LL fell to the dark-side and became a deadly Sith. LL's skills in combat were considerable, deriving much from the matrial arts. LL is known to have taken part in a few role plays here at TGC in 2000. He can still be found at Swfans role playing under various names.

by: Ceel


10) Jedi Binks One of The Gungan Council's most loyal members, Jedi Binks served the community as both Administrator and Moderator on many occasions since his arrival under the name of "Slob" in 2000/2001. This Jedi Knight founded the mighty Rebel Alliance, one of The Gungan Council's most successful factions and was also a prominent member of The Jedi Council. All though his presence has dwindled in recent months, Binks remains an important part of The Gungan Council both in character and out.

by: Ceel


11) Darth Turbogeek Although you may not have heard of him, Turbogeek played a very important role in the history and development of The Gungan Council. It was Darth Turbogeek who, in early 2000, invited TGC, which was then a small independent community, to join in on the role playing action at Swfans.net. Without Swfans, our history may have been very different. In addition to his unique role, Turbogeek was also involved in some of the very first role plays at TGC. But don't let his name fool you. Darth Turbogeek was a Jedi, and a @#%$ good one at that. Darth Turbogeek was a prominent leader at the Greater Jedi Order for many years, but is believed to have retired from the game in 2005.

by: Ceel


12) Bane Nathos Arriving in 2002, Bane Nathos soon found himself under the tutelage of Darth Zeta and Sith Ahnk at The Sith Brotherhood. After an eight month absence, during which time he joined a spin-off galaxy operated by Han Skywalker, Bane returned to TGC under the name Darth Noktu, his sith identity. Following another brief absence from the galaxy, young Nathos converted to the light side, and as a Sith Master, founded The Sanctuary of Zhar in 2004. Beginning also in 2004, Bane joined the staff of The Gungan Council and quickly ascended to the rank of Administrator. Bane resigned his postion of TGC admin in March 2005 butsoon rejoined the staff as moderator of several forums.

by: Ceel


13) Quel Jin Lorn After his debut at TGC in early 2002, Quel Jin Lorn began a successful climb through the ranks, eventually reaching the rank of Jedi Master in 2003/2004. Before The Jedi Council returned to TGC, Quel served as both admin and leader of the group at its former location. As a Form VII Master in the art of saber combat, Quel's skills as a tutor are always in demand. However Quel is also a loner, and as a result, seldom found in the traditional training area. Master Lorn continues to be a vital part of the greater TGC community.

by: Ceel


14) Grand Admiral Thrawn Believed to have made his role playing start at the Talkcity chat, Thrawn role played to perfection (according to some). Thrawn eventually made the leap to Swfans where he is best known for the First and Second Death Star incidents. After Thrawn, fleeting was never the same, as build times were insisted on and many super-weapons banned from the galaxy.

by:: Lady DeVille & Lady Syren


15) DarkSkyKerberos Sky Kerberos began her roleplaying experience at TGC on June 12, 2002. It was the start of a career that would bring to life two important TGC factions, as well as bring about strange, unorthodox love triangles, and even death. She began as a Sith, under the tutelage of Master Ahnk, at the famed and now-extinct Sith Brotherhood. However, the departure of TSB as a faction also took Sky away from TGC as well. Shortly afterward, her entire roleplaying career was interrupted due to OOC reasons, and TGC would not see the return of Sky until early 2005, more than some two years later. With her former faction gone, she returned this time as a Jedi, but her true nature was always that of a Sith. She helped form The Jedi Brotherhood, a group of more aggressive Jedi, before her final, permanent fall back to the Dark Side. After killing her husband Je'gan Ol'raen (Darth Shule), she co-founded Regnum In Potestas, one of the galaxy's most feared Sith groups. Today (October 2005) she is among the "Horsemen", RIP's elite group of commanders, yet her infallible desire for love has also brought her closer to a most unexpected recipient, Jedi Master Quel-Jin Lorn. The two have been rumored to be in a forbidden Jedi-Sith relationship, yet with Sky, nothing is for certain.

by: Quel Jin Lorn


16) Gash Jiren One of the most powerful Sith in the galaxy for a period of time, Jiren shocked the galaxy by converting to the light side of the force. After denouncing his evil ways and seeing the light, Gash caused almost as much trouble for the Jedi. Unaware of his conversion and hearing of his whereabouts, Danster pursued and captured Jiren. He angered his Jedi comrade Organa Solo by taking him to face Gungan trial, but Solo intervened and forced a Jedi trial on Gash. The Jedi were torn on whether to integrate him into the order or punish him for his heinous crimes. To Danster's disapproval, Gash was was let off, and began service as a Jedi. Master Jiren left TGC for TRF in the infamous split of 2001, and took with him a reputation of being a troublemaker. Although it was more of a case of good ridance than goodbye, his role playing talent cannot be denied.

by: Danster


17) Skye Keller/Iriana Arriving in 2001, Skye Keller became a TGC success story in only a few short months under the name of Iriana. Later as the Sith Skye Keller she founded the Dark Sith Order (DSO), which quickly became one of the most successful darkside faction in Gungan Council history. Before the success of DSO, Skye Keller had joined The Naboo Sith Order. It was there that she met Recon Klain. Master Klain took Skye to the Eternal Rogue Order and trained her to the level of Mistress. In Klain's abscence Skye eventally rose to lead ERO. Upon the return of her master, Skye staged and uprising which ended in the formation of DSO. Miss Keller ended her role playing career sometime in 2003, but to this day occasionally visits this and other Ezboard based role playing communities.

by: Ceel


18) Darth Roul This mighty Sith emerged on ezboard August 8, 1999, having been picked up by Itala Maruzllo at TalkCity earlier in the summer. During his stay at The SithCouncil Roul earned the rank of Master. After the fall of TSC he joined Gav Mortis and a few others as an original member of The Sith Order, a faction of Swfans role playing. Roul eventually found his way to The Gungan Council. Earlier, as a member of The Sith Council, Roul had taken part in several invasions of Theed and Otoh Gungan. After his move to TGC he continued to rampage as a Sith, first joining the Eternal Rogue Order, and then creating several small factions of his own. After a long absence Roul eventually returned to The Gungan Council in 2005 as SithMasterRoul and a host of other characters.

by: Ceel and Roul


19) Live Wire Live Wire emerged on the role playing scene in mid 1999, introducing her brand of electrified sith wizardry at Swfans.net and TSC. Her role playing was characterized by her razor sharp feminine wit. With Live Wire around, there was never a dull moment. Live Wire made regular visits to The Gungan Council when the board was a part of the Swfans Role Playing Galaxy. After the fall of Itala Marzullo and TSC she reemerged with The Sith Order (TSO), a group formed to fill the power vacuum. Live Wire still makes occasional visits to The Gungan Council.

by: Ceel


20) Sith Ahnk Arriving during the golden age of TGC, Sith Ahnk showed roleplayers what an honor it was to really be a sith. Leading The Sith Brotherhood, Ahnk represented the value of a true sith leader. Leading his faction, and the cold hearts of sith everywhere, Ahnk spearheaded many massive fleet campaigns and ground battles, eventually carving an empire of sith among the residents of TGC. Ahnk's tactics were calm and calculated. He brought honor and fame to the sith and as a result will not soon be forgotten.

by: Bane Nathos


21) Lord Psychic/Supernova A sith of old, Lord Psychic was an active role player and a member of SwFans even before the formation of the independant TGC Role Playing Galaxy. Much of his impact on TGC, however, came under his later alias, Supernova. A diplomatic genius and former Supreme Chancellor of the New Republic. Supernova's inability to harness the force did not prevent him from guiding his men to a series of military victories against a multitude of foes. Among the many groups he founded while at TGC was the very original, Galactic Science and Exploration Foundation. It is agreed upon by many that Supernova made more of an impact on TGC Galaxy than any other non-force using character before him. Supernova is currently inactive at TGC.

By: Danster


22) Fiera Marzullo After a stint at the TalkCity Chats as SageOfLight and as the sith Charis Lennai, this formidable darksider arrived at The Marzullo Clan in 2001 and became Fiera, a character of the "B" Branch of TMC. Known for her sadistic behavior, Fiera reached TGC as early as 2001, but did not see her first real consistent action until the beginning of 2004. As of early 2005 she was the ruling matriarch of the restored Marzullo Clan. Fiera was banned from TGC in June 2005 due to numerous infractions.

by: Ceel


23) Vernacular Arriving sometime at the middle of 2002, Vernacular quickly rose to the rank of Jedi Master at The Jedi Council. In early 2003 he came to lead TJC, and consequently spear headed the second attempt at operating the faction on its own board. The group found great success under his leadership, though that success would fade when Vernacular retired from role playing in order to be a daddy in real life. It must also be noted that Vernacular was responsible for TGC's now legendary "blue period" design.

by: Ceel


24) Jen Katrina Known for her quick temper and ambitious mind, much of this Sith’s life has been lost to the ravages of time. Her introduction in November of 99 from Talk City was quiet and unobtrustive. One of the few original TSC members not recruited by Itala himself, but rather the General Scorpion, Jen Katrina quickly rose in the TSC ranks, becoming Itala’s wife and Empress. Her skills are evidenced by her former apprentices; Gav Mortis and Darth Dyzm. Katrina was also known for being very rash and impulsive, openly challenging Jedi Masters and other enemies to combat. During the revolt that splintered TSC, Katrina betrayed Itala to side with Lady Vader and DeVille in forming The Sith Order. She vanished from record and memory soon after, and was presumed dead.

by: Jen Katrina


25) The Lady Athena The Lady Athena is, without doubt, one of the single most powerful and influental women in the Star Wars Role Playing Universe. Having taught Sith in just about every such galaxy, she is, perhaps, nearly single-handedly responsible for a new generation of heartless killers. Athena has been known on many of the major Role Playing communities as a true leader, especially in respect to her ability to train so many students at once. She has been Role Playing with her own flair since the birth of TGC, Star Wars Fans and many other communities. Athena can still be found wreaking havok and teaching others to do the same to this very day.

by: Diete Somir


26) Dark Lord Maim Dark Lord Maim has been a force to reckon with for years in the Star Wars Universes. Beginning his Star Wars career as a dominant figure in the Talk City Chat RPG, he went on to be a Sith amung Sith at several of the boards, also. Including TGC, TRF and short stints at Star Wars Fans and StarWarsRPG, Maim has proven time and again why the Sith should be feared. For several years he held the title Dark Lord of the Sith at several different boards, though for the longest period at TRF. Maim returned to TGC in October 2005 to begin a new age of terror and destruction.

by: Malice Draclau & Dark Lord Maim


27) SpawnBlade Arising in late 2002/early 2003, SpawnBlade would be a Sith to usher in a new kind of evil. His true claim to fame came with TGC's famous Battle of Zaltin role-play. Later he would come across Sedriss Sadow, and Malice Gthull in another of TGC's successful role-plays: Search for Korriban(?). Eventually Lord Spawn would rise with Max Chaos to lead DSO, teaching the new generation of Sith, what it meant to be truly evil. In 2005, Spawn, also known as his alias DarkLordRakiss, met death at the hands of his only son, Darth Immortus. Directly after having killed his father, Immortus moved to defeat his father's master, Malice Draclau

by: Keira Lyshaa & DarkSkyKerberos


28) DonFatso Beginning his ezboard life as a member of the 501st Legion costume group's message board in 2002, DonFatso found his way to The Gungan Council after subsequent visits to the 501st by Clegg Holdfast and General Ceel. A self professed in-character "moron", Stormtrooper TK1213 is also an experimental, prototype, non-combatant, clone model. Don is best known at TGC for hardly ever stepping out of character, even when posting in OOC threads, such as The Gungan Council's "Countdown to Episode III" which lasted more than 800 days. Out of Character, Don rose first to the rank of moderator, and then eventually to admin of The Gungan Council.

by: Ceel


29) Gav Mortis After the overthrow of Itala Marzullo at The Sith Council, it was Gav Mortis who took the initiative to usurp the throne. Although Gav was very powerful, he could not fully gain control and support over what Itala had built. Under his watch, The Sith Council split, and splintered into The Sith Order. Little known fact: In the waning days of TSC, Gav Mortis was Master to a young apprentice named Darth Bathory.

by: Ceel


30) Saace Falyk This cool Jedi arrived at TGC during the board's peak years between 2001 and 2002, and quickly rose to prominence as a Knight at The Jedi Council (TJC). Each of his posts were instantly recognizable by the distinct gray and gold formatted text he used so often. After reaching the level of Master Saace departed TGC in order to focus on real life issues. But don't rule out a comeback sometime in the future. The force is strong with this one.

by: Ceel


31) Shmi Skywalker Shmi Skywalker arrived at The Gungan Council very early and has remained at various levels of activity off and on since 1999. Shmi Skywalker is known at TGC for two reasons. First, Shmi played the role of wife to General Ceel. Second, and more importantly, Shmi was long the namesake and owner of "Shmi's Diner," The Gungan Council's legendary in-character eating establishment that existed from 2000 to 2004. Will Shmi's Diner ever open again?

by: Ceel


32) Jedi Prasad Jedi Prasad began his career as a bounty hunter at The Bounty Hunters Guild, aka: Bounty Hunters Moon, at Swfans in 1999. After the fall of BHG Prasad converted to a Jedi's life and became an avid member of The Jedi Council. It was Jedi Prasad who trained Clegg Holdfast, TGC's first jedi student. Prasad role played with us off and on until 2001 but has since retired from the game.

by: Ceel


33) Banestone A Sith Knight at TSC, Banestone was known for his skill has a saber duelist, to which he brought a phenomenonal degree of grit and realism. Banestone often ventured to the battlegrounds at TGC to take part in the massive, organized, assults that the Sith often carried out against The Jedi and Gungan Councils that occupied Naboo.

by: Ceel


34) ReaperFett As a member of the Greater Jedi Order (GJO) of Swfan.net, from a very early date, ReaperFett was one of Naboo's greatest allies during the Sith Wars. The man behind this highly skilled Jedi Master spent many long Saturday nights helping the members of TGC defend Theed and Otoh Guga from the assults of TSC back in 2000. ReaperFett can on occasion still be found keeping the old spirit alive at GJO and Swfan's current locations.

by: Ceel


35) Darth Bane Little is known about this early role player, as very few remain who witnessed his skills. Darth Bane is mentioned here with great honor though, as he was the creator and owner of the original Sith Council, which to this day, though non operational, resides on ezboard's elite pub1 server. The Sith Council is the most legendary faction in the history of Star Wars role playing on Ezboard. If you have any additional information to contribute to about Darth Bane, please refer to the Hall of fame Contribution thread. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

by: Ceel


36) Rama Sha A Long time leader of The Sith Empire at Swfans, Rama Sha arrived on the role playing scene in mid 1999, making an impact not long after, as he came to lead the only group ever to rival The Sith Council. Many of us will remember him for "Rama's Corner," a wretched hive of scum and villainy, but a great place to eat, which still exists at the groups current location on VBulitin. If you have any additional information to contribute to about Rama Sha, please refer to the Hall of fame Contribution thread. Your help would be greatly appreciated.


by: Ceel


37) Dace Patton Sith Lord, Commander and Chief of ERO military forces, Emperor of The Galactic Empire, and a brilliant strategist, Dace Patton was responsible for the construction of many of the Galaxy's most deadly fleets. During the peak fleet years of 2001 and 2002 Dace helped amass a large empire which would go on to dominate the galaxy for months. Little is known about this young Imperial's fate, but he is rumored to have made a few appearance at TGC in 2003. Dace was last seen making return visits to TGC in summer 2005.

by: Ceel


38) Venom As the leader of Swfans Rogue Sith Order (RSO), Venom inspired fear on and off the battlefield in 1999 and 2000. Venom was known for ruling his followers with an iron fist. He possessed a wealth of deadly strategical and tactical skills and was a master of hand to hand combat. Venom is known to have made several appearances at TGC. His current status is unknown. If you have any information to contribute to about Venom, please refer to the Hall of fame Contribution thread. Your help would be greatly appreciated.


by: Ceel


39) Captain Tarpols This Gungan officer represents the truest form of Gungan Council Member. Young Tarpols arrived long ago, in the depths of TGC's long history. This Gungan captain brought a sense of dignity to the long besieged Gungan race, while managing to maintain the humor we all know and love from the films. Tarpols involvement with The TGC has become sporadic, though he still sticks his nose in from time to time to visit his old friends.

by: Ceel


40) Darkestsith6 Beginning his career as one of the youngest role players in TGC history, this Sith's writing and tactics have garnered a wide range of opinions. Darkestsith6 developed from a hack-and-slash role player in 2001, into a dueling master in 2003 and 2004. In 2002 and 2003 he founded a short lived faction called "Uprising Enemies," and also held several staff positions here at TGC. He continues to role play at TGC to this day.

by: Ceel


41) Big Bad Naga This diabolical TSC Sith haunted the darkest dreams of Jedi on ezboard from 1999 to 2001, but little his know of him at The Gungan Council beyond those early years. Historical records show that Big Bad Naga was involved in many of The Sith Council's offensives against Naboo during the Sith Wars. His favorite meal is believed to have been Gungan-On-A-Stick. If you have any information to contribute to about Big Bad Naga, please refer to the Hall of fame Contribution thread. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

by: Ceel


42) Ice Fox / Hwoarang Ice Fox began at SWFans in early 2000. Being only 12 years old, he jumped from faction to faction, spending some time at the Sith Empire before moving to the Greater Jedi Order. After his Ice Fox account was globally banned by ezboard in the summer of 2000, he began using the account Hwoarang (Hwo, for short), given to him by the Lounge Lizard. He also had a habit of using other aliases to continue the Ice Fox character, and he has played many other alternate characters over the years.

by: Ceel updated by: Hwo


43) Mac8136 Mac first came to The Gungan Council at the beginning of 2000. He role played briefly as a Gungan (?) during the waning day's of TGC's association with Swfans. After a long absence from the community Mac later returned to become a staff member and a highly active part of the out of character community. Mac continues in that role to this day. Like another hall of famer (DonFatso), Mac8136, though his constant posting, has given rise to an interesting personality which spans not only his in character activities, but also out of character thread. Mac is the cranky Astromec droid, forever doomed to function on the faulty software of his Windows 3.1 operating system. God save us all.

by: Ceel


44) Lady Vader This deadly vixen began putting terror in the hearts of Jedi in the middle months of 1999 and hasn't stopped yet. Don't let the black leather and lipstick fool you, Lady Vader is bloody dangerous. A member of The Sith Ladies Lounge and other Swfans era factions back in the day, this feline femme fatal can still be found lurking in the halls of the new Swfans.

by: Ceel


45) Darth Ogre Once a leading figure at both The Sith Empire and the Rogue Sith Order, fixated on the destruction of Jedi, Darth Ogre was a force to be reckoned with for much of the early history of star wars role playing at Swfans. While some Sith depended on the artistic side of warfare (speed and skill), Ogre chose a more blunt approach, brute strength and persistent bloody fists.

by: Ceel


46) Darth Phantom A vastly experienced RPer, Phantom originally began his roleplaying career at SwFans before making the leap to The Gungan Council. For much of TGC's early history, Darth Phantom held the honour of being the most powerful and most feared Sith in the galaxy. Phantom's contributions to the battleground were always worth a read, Their memories continue to echo across the galaxy to this day. Out of Character, Darth Phantom holds the honour of being The Gungan Councils first moderators as of Summer 2005, Phantom has made a comeback to TGC as one of the Horsemen at Regnum In Potestas. The galaxy is once again fearing this ruthless, menacing force. In 2006 Phantom left RIP and joined DSO.

by: Danster


47) Darth Mayhem Victory is not a stipulation of remembrance. Even great losses go down in history. Arriving in the summer of 2000, Darth Mayhem is best known for his efforts to overthrow Darth Horus, the former Emperor of The Naboo Sith Order. Although his true identity is known by few, it has long been whispered that the man behind the character has achieved even greater fame under several other account names. Darth Mayhem is not as active at TGC as he once was, but when there is a Sith call to arms, Mayhem can always be counted on to make a sudden comeback.

by: Ceel


48) Darth Poreon Darth Proeon began his RPing career as a Sith at SwFans. Finding his way to the Gungan Council, he became a highly active, respected, but feared leader. Poreon was know to have gathered a vast knowledge of fleet role playing, but was also an active participant in many interesting character based storylines. Near the end of his Gungan Council career, Darth Poreon role played under the alias of Aaron Astrin. As Astrin he is thought to have moved on to the Rebel Faction's role playing universe before retiring from the game altogether just months later.

by: Danster


49) Darth Stone Darth Stone, aka: Jedi Stone, arrived on the scene sometime in 1999. Notorious for changing between the lightside and the darkside, it is hard to determine what factions he was a part of, but it would be safe to say that he spent time with both The Sith Council and The Greater Jedi Order. After Swfans.net departed from ezboard, the man behind Stone reemerged at The Gungan Council under the name of Recon Klain. Recon Klain became a legend in his own right, founding the much contested Eternal Rogue Order (ERO), as well as leading DSO for many months after the departure of Skye Keller. After long banishments from TGC he returned to form and reform the Rogue Sith Order before finally being banned permanently from TGC in the middle of 2004.

by: Ceel


50) Sith Kat Arguably the most classically evil character to ever grace SWfans, Sorsha Kasajian (originally named Sith Kat) has consistently remained a paragon of all that is wicked in the galaxy. With her unique brand of chaos and Sith sorcery, Kat rose to be a leading member in the (TSE) The Sith Empire, although never gained leadership amongst the group due to her ruthless and erratic nature. She has acquired a loyal army of followers, all dedicated to achieving her anarchic goals by *any* means necessary. After defecting from the now defunct Black Hand, she established her own faction, the Sisters of Chaos. She remains a constant inspiration for role-players attempting to play Sith and Dark Jedi alike.

by: Vega Van Derveld


51) Sanis Prent James Bond and Han Solo rolled into one, *here* is the original scoundrel. From the lowliest of beginnings, as a petty criminal, Sanis Prent has arose to become one of, if not the, greatest criminal/rogue at SWFans. It's difficult to name a character that has not been affected by Sanis in some way. If infamy is any mark of success, then they do not come anymore victorious than Prent - the list of people who’d prefer he were dead reads like a veritable who’s who of role-playing royalty. Blending comedy, film noir, and even a little romance, Prent is an entirely unique and always entertaining character, who remains a key player at SWFans to this day.

by: Vega Van Derveld


52) Kahn A stickler for perfection, Kahn played his character to the best of his ability. Arriving on the scene in late 2000 or early 2000, Kahn joined Swfans' infamous TSO faction, where he masterfully role played a youth going through crisis, from his days as a sith, until leaving his knighting ceremony to become a jedi. As a Jedi, Kahn rose through the ranks to become a respected Master. Few have ever played these roles to such perfection. Kahn's was greatly missed by many until his return to TGC in May 2005.

by: Malice Draclau


53) Jedah Zaknafein Lynch From simple beginnings, this diabolical Sith rose to lead such groups as The Sith Empire(TSE), The Sith Order(TSO) and the Rogue Sith Order(RSO). Lynch has ever been the target of many foes who have sought to silence his endeavors which plunged the galaxy into darkness. He is the mastermind behind the most heinous and devious plights upon his enemies, enemies who he has managed to trump time and time again despite impossible odds. A powerful Master of incomparable skill in battle and Sith sorcery, he lurks behind the scenes in darkness, plotting the downfall of governments before slaying his adversaries in the open on the battle field. Much like his character the man behind the computer has ever been both infamous and successful. Lynch was recognized for bringing the storyline based RP style to life at Swfans before his departure to help set up the new role playing universe that eventually became www.starwarsrpg.net.

by: The Devil Sith


54) Dyne A Long standing member of The Sith Empire(TSE), Dyne has served the organization loyally. As a part of a new wave of Sith he was able to recruit many fellow Sith who worked with him to create a place of their own called the Loners Place, which Dyne has often been in charge of. Loners Place was a spot for Sith to congregate after their dark deeds. Regardless of what board he visits, this player has gotten along with others, and has risen through the ranks, earning both trust and friendship. All thanks to his winning based personality.

by: Lynch


55) Havok A promising student, Darth Havok came to The Sith Empire(TSE) and was soon on his way to becoming one of the greatest members in the group's history. But eventually he left the group with a few others to create the original Rogue Sith Order(RSO) which plagued the galaxy where only the best of the best existed, it was here he attained the rank of Master and eventually became Emperor. In due time he helped to merge the RSO back into TSE while both groups served to cripple the Jedi in the devastating attack that took Darth Turbogeek and the Jedi off guard, destroying their home in the process and forcing them to flee. A role player of great skill that was often called a ladys man, in his own right, he has been part of some of the greatest moments in Swfans history. He was a solid Sith role player that many can only hope to emulate.

by: Lynch


56) Sumor Rayial When Sumor arrived many did not foresee the effect he would have on the galaxy. As time passed he became renowned. An accomplished Sith in his own right, it was his mastery over The Sith Empire's(TSE) vast battle fleet that made him a legend. His fame for leading countless ships of mass destruction caused his name to be spoken and feared throughout the galaxy, but also made him a target of others who wished to test their own skill and fleets against his, their goal not so much to kill him as to test their own skill and capability against his uncanny military genius. Sumor's demeanor and overall character earned him the respect of many even after he left to help form the new role playing universe which evolved into www.starwarsrpg.net . To this day he is still a leading contributor and jack of all trades there.

by: Lynch


57) Master Yoghurt Though short in stature, no one could deny the greatness of wisdom and power this little being possessed, wisdom and power that made him the epitome of what a Jedi is suppose to be. Of all the Jedi, Yog, as he has often been affectionate called, has been a beacon against darkness, inspiring those that have served beside him at GJO. Regardless of the enemy, this servant of life will never give up, not even against impossible odds. His strength has even earned him the respect, and at times envy, of those who would kill him. But to kill him would be a crippling blow against all Jedi. A role player of intelligence and kindness, Yog has forever been a gracious competitor, which has made him liked by all, a result that few can claim. Current status : Swfans

by: Lynch


58) Jedi Alpha Alpha was the youngest player at Swfans when roleplaying began, and so the only member to be around longer than four years and still be in high school! Alpha joined the Jedi when the group was created as response to Itala's formation of TSC. Since then he has been through more flip-flops than John Kerry. Alpha was notorious for switching sides, having changed from Jedi to Sith several times in his long career. He is also known for the formation of 'The Young Ones,' a group for the galaxy's younger role players. Alpha commonly hung out in the rafters at Yog's Bar and Grill. He had a gung-ho attitude when it came to taking on his enemies. Today he is a Jedi Master and still role plays at SW-Fans.

by: Lady DeVille


59) Fire Hazzard One of the first Jedi to join up at the formation of the Swfans Jedi group, Shay quickly attatched herself to a well renowned member, Darth Turbogeek. She Rped skillfully, but left the boards. Or did she? Over the years this roleplayer has RPed under several different names in secret, the most memorable being Fire Hazzard, a Jedi Knight who loved fiercely and fought bravely, but was killed by the Dark Jedi, Jeseth Cloak who was a former lover. Fire Hazzard was considered almost a daughter to Darth Turbogeek, who was devestated by her death. She then made another secret comeback as Xazor Leo Dawnstrider Elessar, a beautiful but conflicted Jedi who often struggled with her dark past. Xazor contributed much to the GJO until she left to join the Lost Jedi, headed by Marcus Elessar, her adopted father, and none other than the original Darth Turbogeek. After the roleplayer behind these memorable characters was found guilty of infiltration, she was banned from Swfans, but continues to roleplay successfully at other boards.

by: Lady DeVille


60) Sage Hazzard Sage arrive at Swfans role playing in late spring/early summer of 2000 after having been invited by fellow hall of fame "Ice Fox", at whose out of characcter board he moderated. After learning the ropes of Swfans, he climbed the Jedi ranks quickly, becoming a Jedi Master at the Greater Jedi Order, despite a tendency to go missing in action sporadically. While a member of the Greater Jedi Order, he often made apperances at the Gungan Council where he helped fight off the menace of The Sith Council as it attacked the planet of Naboo. Sage Hazzard latter left ezboard and followed SWFans to their vBulletin, where he continued to turn out great role plays. He eventually disappeared again, however, and has yet to return. Sage Hazzard's current status is unknown.

by: Hwoarang


61) Master Atonai Founder of The Jedi Academy in 2003, Atonai quickly ascended through the jedi ranks, reaching the level of Jedi Master within the space of a year. He also served briefly as first Moderator and then Admin at TGC before moving on to form his own independant role play, Star Wars: Legends of Destiny, which was forged out of the existing shell of the former Jedi Academy. Legends of Destiny went on to great success in 2004, but later began to dwindle after making a leap from Ezboard to Invision Power Board following the May 30th hacking of ezboard.

by: Ceel


62) Rogue Steiner Rogue Jedi Master, and sometimes leader of The Rebel Alliance, Rogue Steiner began his career at The Gungan Council in 2002, and gradually found his way up the ladder of power in the galaxy. In 2004 he served on the staff of TGC as a full-board moderator. Rogue was also charged with the care of the galaxy's Fleet construction yard. Rogue left TGC in early 2005. Prior to coming to The Gungan Council, Rogue Stiener has been a member of The Marzullo Clan. He continued his association with the Marzullo's using various characters, even up to his departure from role playing in 2005.

by: Ceel


63) Siris Nido Arriving at TGC in 2003, the young Jedi Siris Nidio began a journey through the Jedi ranks. In early 2004 he came to hold a leadership position at the old TJC board, as well as a board-moderator position here at TGC. In late 2004, shortly after being raised to the rank of Jedi Master, Siris fell to the darkside. By the beginning of 2005 he had founded The Cathedral of the Sanctimon. The Cathedral of Sanctimon did not last long, however, as it went on to merge with The Dark Sith Order. Siris officially retired from role playing in late Feb. 2005, but has since been spotted visiting The Gungan Council on occasion. Will he ever return? Only the force knows.

by: Ceel


64) Max Chaos Arriving at TGC in 2002, Max Chaos eventually found himself the Sith Master at the head of DSO sometime in late 2003 or early 2004. Shortly after the merger of DSO with Cathedral of the Sanctimon and Brotherhood of the Sith, in early 2005, Max retired from role playing and left TGC. Max has always had a turbulent relationship with TGC Role Playing, a relationship which continued on an Out of Character basis until his eventual banning during the fall of 2005. Will Max be welcomed back into the TGC role playing community anytime in the future? That remains to be seen.

by: Ceel


65) Jedi Mad Pierre Jedi Mad Pierre arrived at TGC sometime in mid 2002. As part of Spectrum Squadron he was known as Spectrum Eight: Flight Officer Mad Pierre. After a brief absence JMP returned to TGC in early 2004 while simultaneously running his own role play, the once successful Pirate Main. After the fall of his Pirate Main community, Pierre went missing from The Gungan Council for several months. He did not reappear until 2005. Since then he has often been seen dropping by to visit, and can be found taking part not only in the out of character forums, but also in the very occasional role play. We look forward to seeing him return to TGC "full-time" one day.

by: Ceel


66) Sniper Tondry Starting his RPing career as an Imperial sniper, Tondry soon caught the eye of Director Isard of ImpIntel. Together the two were an almost unstoppable RP force, crafting delicate missions to uncover the NR's secrets. Tondry eventually defected to the NR and began training at the GJO, recently being promoted to Jedi Knight. Pierce Tondry, as he became known, is most known for his excellent storytelling skills, which he has displayed since beginning to RP at Swfans. He has never stopped exploring the facets of his character, and the plot has only begun to thicken...

by: Lady DeVille


67) Mace McClain Founder of the legendary Spectrum Squadron, during the Golden Age of The Gungan Council, Mace McClain was never more at home then when he sat behind the controls of a customized X-Wing fighter. Mace had a knack for recruiting the best pilots, and even the worst pilots considered it a great honor to be given a chance to serve under his command. Mace McClain was known for his superior leadership in battle and his considerable tacticle skills. Mace has not been seen at The Gungan Council since 2002, though his name still comes up in conversations between vetern role players from time to time.

by: Ceel


68) Han Skywalker Having first arrived at The Gungan Council sometime in 2001, Han Skywalker was the founder of the mildly successful Skywalker Council, a former faction of the Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy. In the years which followed, Han Skywalker eventually rose to the rank of Jedi Master at The Jedi Council. He retired from role playing sometime in late 2003 or early 2004. Though very few remember it, Han sometimes also used the name "Madigan The Great" when role playing at TGC. Han has not been seen at The Gungan Council since 2004.

by: Ceel


69) Darth Midian The most notorious member of the Bathory family, a faction which included Darth Iscariot (Senator Dio), Darth Bathory, Lady Bathory and others, Darth Midian was among the most feared Sith at TGC from the founding of the community until about 2003, when the Bathory Clan was at the height of its power. Evil through and through, and also a cannibal, Midian's most frightful hours were spent laying siege to Theed and bursting the bubbles of Otoh Gungan, as he attempted to bring his nemisis, General Ceel, to ruin. Darth Midian is also a famed teacher of the Sith arts, having instructed Darth Immortus, Cyrus Errison, and a slew of other legendary TGC sith. Midian's name continues to strike fear into the hearts of jedi at The Gungan Council, although he is only rarely seen in public on the battleground.

by: Ceel


70) Rolf Sergeo Originally known as Rolf Silverblade, the career of Rolf Sergop began in early 2004. After making an initial sudden impact on TGC, role playing mostly with a then young Darron Wraith, Rolf was soon forced to take a temporary hiatus in order to move into a new home with his family. Rolf eventually returned, and at that time took on the name Rolf Sergeo, a move explained by his comeback thread "Rolf's Return." Shortly after his return, the career of Rolf Sergeo began in ernest. The man behind the computer soon created "Darth Scuro," a young Sith who quickly trained to Knighthood under his Master, Korran Halcyon. Scuro eventually rose to lead The Dark Sith Order into 2005. As Rolf, he continues to play role with The Jedi Council, but tends to maintain a larger OOC presence. As of 2005 Rolf is currently serving as a TGC Admin.

by: Korran Halcyon


71) Spark Vallen Beginning as a Padawan at TJC in late 2003, Spark Vallen quickly proved herself worthy of Knighthood under the direction of Wholi Gabais. A brilliant and creative mind, she showed herself to be incredibly adept with the healing arts. Over the years, Spark continued to prove her worth, time and again as both a healer and a Jedi Knight. Though tested by her solid friendship with Sith Knights Maize & Kass Wayne, she was deemed incredibly capable and made a Jedi Master in early 2005. She continues to be a solid, reliable presence on TGC to this day.

by: Kassandra Distorith


72) Bethany Kismet Simply put, Beth is a superb roleplayer. Her arrival in December of 2004 began an astounding career that is still going strong. The Jedi master demeanor that Beth displays idealizes a true Jedi code, a rare thing to see in the droves of Jedi who emulate Anakin. Soft spoken and kind, Bethany's actions speak louder than her words. Still, she portrays the fragility of a rose, allowing her character a natural human vulnerability. Yet Beth shows incredible writing versatility as she plays an alternate character named Trenton Wayne, a dashing space cowboy. With comical dialogue and flawless dialect, Trent is one of the leading characters in the new neutral boom. In addition to this Beth writes Saede Taggart, a sarcastic and vivacious first mate on the pirate ship The Crimson Ferret's Revenge. A writer, an actor, and a friend to us all, TGC is lucky to have Beth.

by: Remy Gray


73) Tantor25 Tantor Aden to those who know him in character, this dynamic Jedi joined the ezboard ranks in May 24, 2002. Though he left for an extended leave of absense, he returned in (insert date here), regaining his rank of Jedi Knight and quickly leaping back into the fray of good verses evil. He was quickly promoted to Jedi Master after his return, and has been a staple of the Jedi Council ever since. The character has gained some notoriety since the Alderaan Offensive thread, where he and the Empire negotiated the surrender of Alderaan in return for the safety of Naboo, the Council’s home world. Both supporters and detractors have emerged from the Jedi ranks, sweeping even through characters that were not involved in the thread. A blossoming relationship with a Sith Master, has also raised eyebrows where it has been discovered. But of the Jedi, there are none more loyal to the cause and the teachings of the Order than Tantor Aden, Jedi Master, site Admin and friend to all.

by: BethanyKismet


74) Tiresais Arriving in early 2005, Tiresais was a new spin on the Jedi character. Much older than his Master (Spark Vallen), Tiresais was a bit of a curmudgeon in-character! He began to distinguish himself as a role-player in the “Dark Journeys” thread and continued his role at TGC by joining the staff as “The Antechamber’s” forum moderator. Tiresais has been posted several helpful posts on how to get involved at TGC which can be daunting for new members. He became a Jedi Master in late 2005 and continues to be an entertaining presence on the boards.

by: Spark Vallen


75) Skip Lone Also known as the Gentleman Thief, has been stealing hearts and holocrons all across the board since he debute on TGC. One of the original members of the Band of Outlaws, Skip is a staple of the neutral population on the boards, galavanting around the galaxy on exciting, and often bizzare adventures. Oft times as drunk as a dewback at a waterhole, he'll steal anything, no matter the risks, from a warlord's treasures, to artifacts from Korriban itself, nothing is too well guarded for this thief. Joining early in 2005 under the SN of Kyrokor, Skip eventually legalized his character's name and stopped confusing the heck out of everyone in September of that year. He eventually became the Moderator for Don Fatso's Bar and Grill, translating in character shenanigans into organized staff chaos. Helpful to new folks, but unafraid to speak his mind, Skip is truely a unique and appreciated addition to the board.

by: BethanyKismet


76) Hawk Hinata Hawk came here in May 2005, a new Star Wars roleplayer, eager to leave his mark on the world. He's definately known on the board, almost a third or more of the members are either marked with his surname or related to him in some form or fashion. After being knighted in a week, Hawk went on to prove that he was not to be underestimated, and immersed himself in roleplays. After deciding to move to the Jedi Brotherhood, Hawk soon went from active member to active admin. It wasn't long before the struggling community began to thrive under his careful eye. He went on to train thirty two padawans, and partake in as many as thirty roleplays at one time, before becoming promoted to the rank of Master in March of 2006. He's always been ready to help out any one that needs assistance, proving that he's got a big heart. Of course, he's also proved that he's got an Ego to match! In character, he's taken on many of the biggest members, and actually won many of the battles. He has been the heart of The Jedi Brotherhood for quite some time now, and a large contributer to The Gungan Council ever since joining, with roleplays, ideas, and assistance. He will no doubt continue to do so in the future.

by: Vohn Exel


77) Cooryn Folcoer Cooryn joined the TGC galaxy in 2005 by starting at TRA (The Rebel Alliance), training under Spark Vallen. When her character transferred to TJC in late summer, Cooryn made the decision to accompany her and the rest is, as they say, history. Cooryn's most recent RP involvement was "A Call for Justice" in which the Jedi witnessed the end of the Horsemen. A friendly face and good writer, RPers can always count on Cooryn for good conversation and friendship.

by: Spark Vallen


78) Korran Halcyon Best known as the Darkest of Knights, this Sith joined the ranks in early ’04. Now, no longer under the mantle of knight, Korran is one of the Masters of the Dark Sith Order, leading offensives both straightforward and shadowed against the forces of Light in the galaxy. Kicking off such threads as Out of the Blue and the Siege of Coruscant, he has direct the Sith Forces for DSO to stunning, and sometimes devastating ends. An expect in the arts of obfuscation and misdirection, he has had the Jedi chasing their own tails as he infiltrates their order, lurking for years until finally throwing off his own masked identity. Even now, he seeks information in their ranks, knowing they know of his treachery, but still continuing on the path of the penitent for the sake of his order…. How deep does his treachery run?

by: BethanyKismet


79) Maize Wayne Patriarch of the Wayne Family, Unorthodox Sith Master, And Former CEO of Wayne Tech, Maize Wayne is a delightful contradiction. In the time of bloodletting and psychotic Sith, Maize is a cultured, calm, intelligent individual, not drunk on power or station, but loyal to his friends and family, regardless of their affiliation. Capable of whatever deeds are needed, be they heinous or aid driven, the Master known as Darth Thanatos holds his personal ideals close. Arriving in January of ’05, Maize Wayne made his first appearance in an attempt to kidnap his old flame, Spark Vallen. Though that failed, he did find love among the Jedi in Kassandra Distorith, a Jedi padawan whom he claimed for the Sith, even as her heart claimed him. Now both Masters and leaders of the Sith faction, Sine Occasu; The Sith Brotherhood, the two find time to be pillars of stability in an unstable time for the Sith, as well as time with their family, which includes, to date, children, cousins, in-laws and grandchildren. Well known for their Dark Journey’s thread early after their arrivals, there are no doubts that the work contributed since, and to be contributed, has continued to match up to that level of intensity.

by: BethanyKismet


80) Vohn Exel May 2005 saw the arrival of several members who have gone on to become staples of the TGC community, one of these was Vohn Exel. Whether he is in-character working on a role play or out-of-character delighting his friends with humorous quips or thought provoking ideas, Vohn never ceases to make a positive impact on the community. As a Padawan Vohn studied under the watchful eye of Jedi Knight Vidar Raven but soon proved himself an accomplished Jedi in his own right and was swiftly promoted to the rank of Jedi Knight, he then advanced swiftly through the Jedi ranks to earn the mantle of Master. Active in an array of rps, and starting a number of successful ones, Vohn is never far from the action, this was shown early on as he helped lead the Jedi Brotherhood back to prosperity. Furthermore, he strives to be warm and affable; as a leader, he never fails to assist his faction and fellow board-members. Friendly, creative and passionate, and always williing to remind us that the Square Root of Nine is Three, Vohn is a consummate TGC role model.

by: Hawk Hinata


81) Rach Sullen This sassy pink-hair force sensitive happened upon TGC in April, 2006. During her short time here, she has succeeded in making a dazzling and permanent impact on the world of Star Wars roleplaying. Her career at TGC began with an apprenticeship at The Jedi Brotherhood. Exemplary writing skills and board participation quickly led to her promotion at both the TJB and RiP/SO. Rach is famous for her participation in takeovers and other board-wide RPs, such as The Attack of Yinchorr and The Exodus. Her individual threads are plentiful and provocative, making her one of the most well-known faces at TGC today. Out-of-character, Rach has proven to be an active and decisive board leader at The Sith Council. As an instructor, she stands alone as a prolific and caring mentor, successfully guiding numerous force pupils to Knighthood. Her in-character marriage to TGC legend Bane Nathos as inspired a “family legacy” of role-players, involved with both the Jedi and the Sith. Rock Star turned Jedi, Jedi turned Sith - Rach Sullen is truly in a league of her own.

by: Sophie Maurow


82) Darth Maleficus Since his arrival here in June of 2005, Darth Maleficus has made a huge impact on how Sith act at TGC. Being one of the more brutal of Sith, his consistent and very well written work made him excel quickly to the rank of Master. His participation and hard work helped to keep the Dark Sith Order alive and well along with his fellow colleagues. Mal is also accredited for the creation of some of the most gruesome, yet intriguing to read roleplay series called "Faces of Evil". His contributions IC and OOC deserve to be recognized as he is still an active part of the staff at the new Sith Council

by: Rach Sullen


83) Darth Monnik Darth Monnik started out at The Gungan Council in June of 2005. More of a lover then a fighter, Monnik has proven to be quite an unorthodox Sith. Whether he was dropping spacestations or subduing his enemies with regal retorts, Monnik matured greatly as he became a knight, improving vastly in a short amount of time. His Masterhood brought with it even more accomplishments, both in and out of character. Monnik’s contributions to roleplays such as The Exodus and Delusions of Grandeur were nothing short of stunning. When the Sith factions merged, he was among the first assume a staff position, assisting in the creation and administration of TSC. Charming, witty and always helpful, he earned the title "Piglet of Fear" at Regnum in Potestas and remains to this day well loved by his fellow board members.

by: Sophie Maurow


84) Darth Zeta Since December 2000, has this memorable Zabrak been gracing the galaxy with his foreboding presence. By Sith Ahnk's side he helped rule The Sith Brotherhood in Exar's absence, and bring about a powerful reign of terror on the galaxy. Later, Zeta was the founder and leader of The Sith Consortium. Though it has been a while since the zabrak has brought his wrath on the galaxy, through the hearts of those he trained he will live on- until his next appearance at TGC.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


85) Darron Wraith While TGC has seen many Jedi and Sith masters come and go, few have hit the site with as much force, fervor, and passion as one Darron Wraith. Writing with a style that was dynamic and powerful; indeed, when Darron entered a roleplay, he asserted his character with profound posts of prodigious length. Though epic in scope, Darron's posts always served to improve the roleplays he participated in, either by promoting more action, or by painting a crystal clear picture of the roleplay as a whole. Powerful and involved almost to the point of being hotheaded, Darron was TGC's first and foremost lightsaber authority, enough to go head-to-head with Dark Side greats like Malice Draclau and Dark Sky Kerberos in epic duels which showcased a roleplaying skill for detail and action that few who have witnessed it will forget.

by: Corringath Ventraas


86) Karlie Lynn Coming to the Gungan Council in 2004, she has long been a member who only posts out of character, despite that she plays an Imperial Bureau of Investigation Agent. She is loved by all for her funny and charming posts that can put a smile on anyone's face. Currently, she is a Board Moderator of the Gungan Council.

by: Mak Manto


87) Darth Shule Coming to the Gungan Council in 2004, Darth Shule otherwise known as Jeg'an Olra'en, brought with him an amazing development from the darkened Sith Order he fell from to a inspiring Jedi Master whose benevolence was far reaching. Probably best know for his marriage with DarkSkyKerberos and his help in transforming her from a Sith to Jedi through his love. Together they deflected from the Jedi Council to form the Jedi Brotherhood. Though eventually his love brought him his downfall, as Sky turned back to the Sith and killed him to destroy any ties of the past. Though dead in every sense of the term, Shule eventually found his way back to the living by will of the Force and was known for loving his enemies and growing as a character to no longer an aggressive Jedi but one of true peace.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


88) Brayden Xykarn Beginning his long career in March 2002, Brayden trained under Vernacular as a Jedi with a background as a fallen Sith. An pivotal member of The Rebel Alliance, Brayden became Praetor and leader of Phoenix Squadron as well as serving on both TJC and TRA Councils during his time. Brayden played the epitome of a Jedi, forever tainted with his dark past- always trying but never succeeding in fully embracing the light and happiness. Though finally in the arms of DarkSkyKerberos, he found a way to balance himself and find a beauty in the darkness which oddly enough allowed him to fully accept his path within the light- though love for him came first above all else.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


89) Rianna Organa A long time member of the Gungan Council, Rianna brought to the Jedi one of comforting and a trainer of many padawans. Standing strong within the light, Rianna was a source of inspiration for many to become healers of the Jedi Order. Her presence is known by many who she affected, and she brought to roleplays a sense of good and undying commitment to the light.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


90) Emalfni The epitome of darkness, this beast came to the Gungan Council in 2003 to 2006- his presence was something which could never be ignored for he was more demon then human literally. With his massive horns and build, the warrior also had soft spot for his mother- truly entertaining readers with this wonderful twist of good humor admist the far reaching darkness of his character. His presence is sorely missed, for he brought an evil to the Sith and epic duels which are unmatched.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


91) Kassandra Distorith Starting off at TRA (The Rebel Alliance) in early 2005, Kass had joined the role-playing forum as a Jedi, apprenticed to Bane Nathos and Kypzethdurron. She was quickly seduced to the real power of the Force by meeting Maize Wayne and accepting his offer of training as a Sith. Sensual and seductive in character and a friend to many out of character, Kass has trained and inspired many others on TGC with her wicked style as a Sith Master.

by: MaizeWayne

92) Mikel Shanshu Coming to the Gungan Council in 2002 as Jedi, Mikel- best known as Goff to many- has made a lasting impression. One who fights against those he could never beat, this young warrior has gotten mauled by the best of them such as Malice Draclau and more recently River Shanshu. A chance meeting with Thistle Hinata turned the knight down the dark path, which would forever impact his destiny. The fight with River further warped and molded the head strong Jedi into something more- into one of her own and one of Darkness and torture. Now as Sith Master, Mikel continues bringing malice within the galaxy at the side River, a rogue Sith- as well as taking many memorable beatings from his love- proving very true the saying that love hurts!

by: RiverShanshu

93) Sophie Maurrow The writer of Sophie has had many names around TGC, but this by far is one of the most well-known characters that has ever entered TGC. When she arrived in May 2006, Sophie Maurow immediately made a positive impression, drawing friendship from all of those she met. Landing first at TJB, she was trained under the watchful eye of Jedi Sia Dallia and was promoted quickly to the rank of Jedi Knight. But this wouldn't last long as she started to turn to the dark, doing such an impeccable job writing as a Jedi and then changing over to such a twisted Sith trained under Maize Wayne. Her writing is very detailed, poetic yet thorough and always thought-provoking. She not only inspires those who are in the story with her, but even those who only glance to read them. Throughout her time at TGC, not only has her writing caught an eye, but her superior graphic designs have as well. Her creative hand helping four of the factions at TGC, making them stand proudly with it's parent. Sophie also helps to shape those that walk through the halls of The Sith Council, giving many an identity with her imaginative signature creations which are always a work of art in themselves. Along with Administrative duties she is one of the many strong driving forces in TSC and TGC. All in all, no matter what part she plays, Sophie Maurow makes the whole of The Gungan Council community a more enjoyable enviroment to be in.

by: Rach Sullen

94) Caleb Torran A triad of masters it took to develop one of the most renowned Jedi of our time. Always walking a thin line between the dark and the light, but always staying true to the Force itself, Caleb began at TGC on May 25th 2006. Learning lessons from his masters- Claudius Draclau, Tiresais, and Spark Vallen before finally receiving knighthood, Caleb always was known for standing out in a rp with his striking and vivid writing and facing threats with bravery akin to a true blade master. Finally receiving masterhood in 2007, Caleb continues to stand well-respected among his order- though often still in the shadows between what is right- what is wrong- and what is simply the will of the Force, and the will of himself.

by: RiverShanshu

95) Judas Iscariot Shreading the fabric between light and dark, Master Judas Escariot marked the roleplaying galaxy during 1998 and reaching that of Master status the following year; Darth Iscariot spanned the roleplaying worlds of The Sith Order, SWFans, SWRPG, and the Lighthouse. Studying beneath Darth Phantom, Dyzm, Drako, as well as Sasha Kovalev. Judas soon became a formidable force as his more well known battles ending with him as the victor - include but are not limited to - Itala Marzullo and Malice Draclau. It had been rumoured of his body being cyrogenically frozen upon his own accord, whether it's true in nature one may never know.

by: Fiera Marzullo

96) Peiori Caligga Arriving at a chaotic time in TGC's history. Peiori Caligga is one of the defining Sith who still roleplay in TGC's galaxy today. Peiori's character started out as a Jedi, a young boy with a tragic past who wished to learn the will of the force under Jedi tutelage, the fates however had their own designs. Stowed aboard a shuttle that was headed for Korriban, Peiori Caligga arrived into the clutches of the Sith Master Emryc Nethalan at a time where he was already driven half mad and corrupted beyond measure by the ghosts and specters that inhabited the Valley of the Dark Lords. Completing his training under Emryc's watchful eye and finally under the guidance of the mighty Korran Halcyon...the Lord Daritha, Peiori Caligga became one of the defining Knights of the Dark Sith Order. Striking fear into the hearts of both enemies and allies alike. Until eventually ascending to the rank of a Master of the Dark Side. Peiori Caligga is widely recognized as the most frightening and brutal Sith characters around, often taking a bite out of their opponents during a duel, or worse. As of present he still haunts the roleplaying forum with his daunting presence, casting a chaotic shadow wherever he may venture.

by: Caleb Torran

97) Kodo Jast Joining back in 2003, Kodo Jast was one of the few RPer's that left a lasting mark on the thriving age of Neutrals. As a Mandalorian bounty hunter, Kodo rapidly rose in the ranks to an elite early on, making the TGC battlegrounds his playground. RPing as a freelance bounty hunter, no faction was his own during this time period, RPing to his own needs and desires. As one of the first prominent Mandalorians, he played a huge part for future Mando's. During '04, Kodo was Mandalore, having a successful reign with the Mandalorians on TGC. Considered by many to not have GMed the role, Jast was viewed by many neutrals in a positive light. With the Band of Outlaws rising up at TGC in 2006, Kodo Jast joined their ranks. Carving out his own piece in the RPing forum, he was shown to still be a fighting force among RPers. Always in his armor and his jetpack, countless RPers to this day still see Kodo Jast as one of the few Neutrals that has left a major mark on TGC. He has since left, but is always awaited to return.

by: Mak Manto

98) Steph Zenima Coming in 2006, from fellow TGCer Mike Zenima. She has become a staple to TGC for three years that we all know and love. How many people here can say they haven't rped with her character? She's always brought activity and her own lovable craziness to every faction she's been involved in and became a trusted member of the staffing team of said factions. A testament to her particular quirks in roleplaying would be the elaborated by her exploits. Be it forcing down Mikel Goff in the to bed, to almost marrying the Pirate Queen Saede Taggart, or taking on Jedi Masters in personal combat with no regard to her safety, or their safety for that matter. Suffice to say, that if someone has done it all it is her. Pirate, Sith, Jedi...Steph's aspects are many indeed. Currently a TGC admin, she continues to add her unique flavor and spice to the board. Hopefully for many more years to come.

by: Rach Sullen & Caleb Torran

99) Jameris Malak Coming to TGC in 2003, Jameris Malak was a unique approach to RPing. Quickly joining up, Quel Jin Lorn, another Hall of Famer, took Jameris as his padawan. Heading to the Jedi Academy, Malak rose to the rank of Knight, quickly showing himself as a fighting force in RPing. After being expelled from the Academy, Jameris joined up with the Rogue Jedi Order alongside Joni Wan Techu, allowing Rogue Jedi to come into their ranks. Eventually, the Order fell, and Jameris went to being a rogue Jedi with no faction. Though, his OOC contributions remained strong. Funny and perplexing, he could bring a laugh into TGC, as well as expound upon his own unique philosophy. Still at TGC, Jameris is well liked for both RPing and his antics in the OOC forums.

by: Mak Manto

100) Artemis Obauldi Sneaking into the TGC Galaxy in late 2005, Artemis Obauldi was a return of a unique species which had caused problems in the past. Playing as a Yuuzhan Vong, Artemis brought a new fear back to the Jedi and the Sith as a slew of Vong came onto TGC and followed in his tracks. Joining the Band of Outlaws, Artemis rose quickly to the rank of Elite, proving to be a thorn to the Republic, as well as the Jedi, he soon took the title of Dread Lord upon himself. Though, one of his his greatest moments would be in setting up the Knightfall Alliance, an organization comprising of RIP, DSO, TS, TGE, and several other RPers who's goal was to destroy the Jedi Knights. Culminating into a single battle on Theed, the Knightfall Alliance, along with Artemis, almost succeeded in destroying Theed. Artemis currently is on a LOA from RPing, but still comes in every now and then. We await the day for him to come back and claim his title once more.

by: Mak Manto

101) Captain Marcus Gray Best known for his insane antics and booze related bravery, Marcus Gray is the epitome of swashbuckling rogue. Originally appearing in December of 2005, he started life as an Imperial Naval Captain. That dream was to be short lived, however, with the theft of his charge, an ancient Venator Class Star Destroyer. With the help of Saede Taggart and others, he built the most notorious pirate gang to ever grace the pages of TGC, The Crimson Ferret's Revenge. Though ridiculous in name they... no, let's face it, they were just flat out ridiculous. But never forgotten. Though the original crew has gone the way of the dodo, his legacy lives on in the Galactic Underworld and its characters. Marcus helped start the two year wave of a neutral boom, bringing a life and energy to an area of the neutral galaxy that had been previously overlooked.

by: Bethany Kismet

102) Avicus DuSang Since June of 2005, Avicus DuSang has been a suave and cunning addition to the Sith ranks at TGC. Established very early on as a lady's man, smooth talker and afficianado of fine things, he engendered a certain casual intensity that made him impossible to ignore. Once married to Sophie Maurrow, he was a power behind the scenes, a careful and deliberate sith, even while indulging in a certain hedonistic fantasy. Offering a different point of view of what the sith could be, Avicus has a reputation as a rake and ne'er-do-well.... but it hasn't stopped him from wooing more women into his bed than Don Juan, or becoming a power to be reckoned with in the Galaxy. Having been literally to hell and back for his fellow sith, he is now the Emperor, wielding power far beyond many of his breathren in the Sith Order. Beyond his intense portrayal of his chosen character (which is impecable), he is a friend to many, an open source of laughter and good natured mayhem in TGC's OOC community.

by: Bethany Kismet

103) Katarine Ryiah Breaking through the tides to The Gungan Council in early 2007, Katarine Ryiah has left a long-lasting imprint on our community. During her tenure here, the Jedi with a big heart has undergone many In Character developments - storylines above and beyond to create fascinating reads. From being bred from a family with brutal incest traditions, to being trained by the accoladed Spark Valen and Jessari Tanelorn, to even battling one of the most repulsive bad guys by the name of Artemis Obaduli. No story is complete without the spice of romance which has left her character abandoned and broken by former loves, the likes of being Aden Lothiar and James Terran and Delek Wrentar, to undergoing training of the Dathomir witches to prove her love to her former padawan, Christian Decuir. Much like the character who is full of love and devotion, Katarine is also passionate about the community. She is always welcoming and kind to new and old members alike, as well as broadening her helping hand beyond the expectations of her staffly duties. Katarine Ryiah is indeed someone that makes this community a wonderful place.

by: Santeria Decuir


104) Saede Taggart Though Marcus Gray was the founder of the Crimson Ferret's Revenge, and a prominant member of TGU, there is one other pirate who deserves a mention; Captain Saede Taggart. This character, one of the most recognisable and memorable of all Outlaws, begun life as an 'alternate timeline' for the writer's Star Wars Galaxies character. Starting with the shortlived Republic of Naboo faction in 2005, Saede was soon left all alone when that group folded within a few months. From this rather uninspiring start the character became a leading member of the CFR, which her writer helped create, and later she led TGU on its creation in 2007. Achieving Adept quickly, the character became Elite within a mere six months.
Since that time the character and personality of Saede has grown. From a 14 year old linguist to the woman who stole a SSD from the Empire and led the most successful pirate crew in TGC history, she became something of a legend for her skill and style. An example of how a non-Force user can make a name for themselves, the so-called 'Pirate Queen' is still a force to be reckoned with.

by: Phylis Alince

105) Kane E Smart In all the years of bounty hunting, few have arose to match the legendary status of the likes of Jango and Boba Fett. Yet here at TGC, we have had a few, one of those being Kane E. Smart. No matter the odds, no matter the task when he took a bounty he didn't stop till he got it, and most often he did. Imperials, Jedi, Sith, even other bounty hunters, if they paid him enough, Kane showed that you didn't need the Force to strike fear into the hearts of the galaxy. Hell, even Jedi and Sith were wary when this man was around, and for good reason. But its not just being a bounty hunter that makes him deadly, his proud Mandalorian heritage led him to becoming Mandalore, uniting his people and further proving he was a force to be reckoned with. Though he has had his up's and down's, Kane still shows that Neutrals can kick ass without the need of lightsabers and fancy Force powers.

by: Malice Draclau

106) Mak Manto For many years, Mak has entertained us out of character with his threads based on politics and indefinitely with his conspiracy theory threads and possible extraterrestrial and supernatural activity. He has become a very well known personality on TGC. Joining in 2005, he had no master to train him, but instead was mentored by Supernova, a fellow Hall of Famer. His opinions and role plays have been well placed as much as they have been enjoyed. In character, the serpent bodied Jedi has been one of enlightenment and charisma to many young padawans and knights. As quick witted as he is to defend those in need and attack those who would destroy, Mak is a kind and fruitful teacher to others who are willing to listen to his wisdom and experience in both the Force and life itself. However, one of Mak's best qualities is his ability separate IC and OOC relations, and at the same time not allow differences in opinions effect his in character and out of character persona.

by: Chaos Maxtor

107) Mason England The most oddest? The most perplexing? The most coolest? Perhaps all three? Mason England, coming to TGC in 2005, is one of the most enigmatic and craziest members in TGC history. Starting under the tutelage of Joshua Grant, in Darth Octavian's Sith Empire. Striking against the Jedi, he rose from apprentice to master in a short amount of time, handling any RP professionally but with deadly proficiency. Though, his real claim to being loved here is his OOC contributions. Mason is able to come into any discussion and either bring it down into a chorus of laughter, or discuss the seriousness of a subject. Admired and respected by many, he is a leading master of the Sith Council, and is currently a forum moderator.

by: Mak Manto

108) Sylar Draclau What is in a name? When it comes to one of the infamous families of The Gungan Council, everything. Sylar Draclau, whose character was more or less created upon a whim, has become probably one of the most recognizable Draclau names only second to that of the patriarch, Malice Draclau. Beginning the beaten path of the Sith, this formidable persona was forged by none other than Lady Razielle and Xander Starkiller. As the Prince of Lao-Mon, Sylar has proven himself to not be taken lightly in the galaxy as the Governor of Korriban and by being an indomitable Sith Knight. Standing against the odds, he has frequently feuded with Arumi Zy for no reason other than just disliking the other Sith as well as striving to end the reign of his father, Malice, to standing alone to attack the Jedi planet of Yinchorr.

by: Santeria Decuir

109) Chaos Maxtor Chaos Maxtor said it best in many of his signatures when he stated "I am a space case." This comedic character started at TGC in 2007 and joined The Galactic Underworld under the tutelage of Captain Marcus Grey, and Saede Taggart. He has since became a part of a number of factions such as The Crimson Order, and The Sith Council and eventually returned to his roots at TGU. His quirky way of breaking the fourth wall keeps his readers laughing, while his more serious roleplays have developed Chaos into a hybrid neutral to be reckoned with. His friendship and business dealings with bounty hunter Kane Smart often put him right in the heart of whatever trouble TGU is currently causing. Chaos was not just a member of the legendary Crimson Ferrets, but one of its founding members and its original bartender His friendly attitude towards members and his ability to take even the most serious roleplays and add a few laughs to them make Chaos a charming and unique treasure within TGC.

by: Katarine Ryiah

110) Admiral Disra The leading, most infamous and most hard-working Imperial for years, Admiral Disra established the Imperial Remnant to fill the Empire-less vacuum, eventually building enough momentum to build what is now called The Galactic Empire. When numbers were few, Disra pulled together an excellent faction, gaining various planets and accumulating notoriety alongside them. Running a faction without disputes, leading the navy without losses and training the best without remorse, Aldebert has truly been an inspiration to the majority of Imperials since 2005 - and perhaps one of the key reasons that we still have an Imperial faction today. Indeed during a time in which the majority of neutral factions failed in a matter of months, Admiral (and later High Admiral) Disra was able to keep TGE running for years on end, and kept it victorious throughout. by: Kypzethdurron

111) Darth Grimm Playing the split personality of another character is one thing that sets Darth Grimm apart from many other role players at The Gungan Council. In 2007 Aden Lothiar appeared as a new padawan at The Jedi Council. He quickly excelled through his training and was knighted by his master in the same year. After earning the rank of knight, Aden Lothiar ventured with a small group of his fellow Jedi to the factory where his character grew up on Taspir III. It was there that the boy learned of his true destiny. Aden Lothiar left the Jedi and became his split personality Darth Grimm in 2009 at The Sith Council. TGC has yet to see another Sith of Grimm's uniqueness or rich history. The character was first created by the writer in 1999, making it as old as TGC itself. Even though Darth Grimm has not been at TGC very long, there is no denying the way this character has changed the galaxy. Darth Grimm has gone against every trend TGC has seen in recent years for a Sith character and continues to set new standards in the way this galaxy defines its villains.

by: Katarine Ryiah


112) Drake Pollard Despite being the best writer that TGC has ever had, Drake Pollard has never been the most varied of characters - but if you're looking for a stern-faced, traditional and intellectually stimulating Imperial Naval Officer, there isn't a finer choice. Alongside his fleet, he would turn any fleet situation, no matter how dark, into one of victory and was perhaps the most perfect template to base any Imperial Officer on. Never one to get into arguments with other members, Drake's contributions to TGC have been only positive over the years, supporting and strengthening The Galactic Empire from its conception. If Drake went unnoticed, serving loyally as an Admiral and never straying beyond fleeting, Professor Mengol certainly didn't. The dynamic duo paired up OOC and IC Mengol was one of the scariest and most realistic 'mad scientists' to have roamed the internet, let alone TGC.

by: Kypzethdurron

Faction Hall of FameEdit

1) The Jedi Council Having originally evolved side by side with The Gungan Council faction, The Jedi Council assumed its modern form upon the arrival of Organa Solo and her band of young Jedi from The Imperial Palace. TJC has been the dominating lightside faction at TGC for most of the history of the Galaxy, despite having experienced great ups and down in recent years. Over the years, The Jedi Council has been located both on the main TGC board, as well as on several of its own boards. Despite the many changes in Out-of-Character location, the Group itself has always been located on Naboo (Theed and Otoh Gunga). And Naboo is where it will stay until they nail the coffin shut. On January 15th 2007 The Jedi Council merged with The Jedi Brotherhood to become "The Jedi Council", and once again the sole reigning Jedi faction of The TGC roleplaying galaxy, just as it had been in 1999

by: Ceel


2) Dark Sith Order Second only to Eternal Rogue Order in fame among TGC Sith factions, Dark Sith Order formed on 6/2/02 when the earlier group disbanded. Standing up against the rule of Recon Klain, Skye Keller led the majority of ERO away to form this new group. DSO quickly rose to dominate all factions in the galaxy at that time. In a moment of irony, Recon Klain, whom the group was formed against, later rose to power at DSO, and remained in that position until he too was cast down. With the old leaders by 2004, DSO continued to soldier, mainly under the leadership of Max Chaos. The group remained mighty, however for those of us who remember its golden age, DSO was but a shadow of its former self. But there is hope. In early 2005 DSO merged with The Brotherhood of the Sith and a smaller Sith group known as The Cathedral of The Sanctimon. The new super group changed locations but continued to go by the name DSO. DSO remains a vital part of the TGC community. On January 16th 2007 DSO merged with Sine Occasu: Sith Brotherhood and became "The Sith Council", meaning that DSO ceased to exist for the first time since early 2002 when it was founded.

by: Ceel


3) The Sith Council (Swfans) With roots in TalkCity Chats, as well as the early days of Swfans, The Sith Council is perhaps the most legendary role playing group in the history of Star Wars role playing on Ezboard. Led by the notorious Itala Marzullo, TSC's power spured the creation of The Greater Jedi from two reunited branches, in order to counter the sith threat. In the last days before the fall of TSC, this sith faction was the major threat which faced The Gungan Council faction. In a three headed attack (Space, Land, Water), under the orders of Itala Marzullo, The Sith Council became the first enemy to decimate Naboo in battle. The battle took place in two threads, during one long night of role playing, with one of the threads reaching nearly 400 replies in just hours. Not long after, internal struggles became the force that would ultimately destroy the greatest sith group we have ever seen. After several years of inactivity TSC was resurrected by Itala Marzullo on October 13, 2005. It became a faction of the TGC role playing galaxy.

by: Ceel


4) The Rebel Alliance Next to The Jedi Council, The Rebel Alliance, is the longest surviving faction in the history of The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy. Founded and led by Jedi Binks (formerly Slob), in its prime, TRA was among the most active and popular groups in the galaxy. Following the military tradition of the rebellion, as seen in the original Star Wars trilogy, TRA's reputation was forged on the battleground, especially against The Dark Sith Order in the legendary Battle of Zaltin. The Rebel Alliance continues to be a force at TGC even to this day. UPDATE: TRA was removed from the galaxy on 12/16/05 due to lack of activity.

by: Ceel


5) The Marzullo Clan After the fall of the mighty Sith Council at Swfans, and the expulsion of Itala Marzullo from that galaxy, The Marzullo Clan formed, expanding on the already legendary legacy of Itala and his relatives. Early in its history, TMC became a part of TGC Role Playing Galaxy. During the group's first stint at a TGC faction, TMC constructed a massive fleet and often waged war on the Jedi. TMC, however, did not reach its height until much later as and independant community, having left TGC on June 8th of 2001. In 2004 an alternate version of TMC joined TGC, though it was removed from the galaxy in June 2005 due to a conflict of interests.

by: Ceel


6) Eternal Rogue Order The most dominant Sith group seen at TGC since its split from SwFans, the hugely powerful ERO ruled the galaxy with an iron fist. Together with The New Order, ERO was responsible for the extinction of several factions. Know for its powerful fleet and military, which were matched only by their Imperial friends, ERO claimed the destruction and dominance of dozens of planets during their lenghty spell at TGC. Ruled first by Recon Klain, Hexadragon, and Arron Astrin, and later by Skye Keller, the empire built by ERO was the largest ever seen at TGC, and will not likely be matched in our times.

by: Danster


7) The Gungan Council The Gungan Council began in late 1999 as an independant role-playing community, but soon affiliated itself with Swfans.Net Role Playing, where it remained until sometimes in 2000, when its members decide to strike out on their own again. Almost from the beginning, the group trained both Gungan Warriors and Jedi, side by side in the same forum. But when The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy formed, the Gungan training portion of the community dwindled. A few members, however, like Danster the Gangster, Jedi Binks, General Ceel and Clegg Holdfast, managed to keep the original flame of Gungan culture buring through out the entire history of TGC. The Gungan group now exsists mainly in the minds of these characters, but from time to time can be found as an officially recognized TGC faction located on various message boards.

by: Ceel


8) The New Order A group boasting several fleet geniuses, the new order can still be found role playing at The Rebel Faction, where some say that it is "unstoppable". Never before had TGC seen such a gathering of tactical fleet experts. TNO used its fleet knowledge to great advantage, forming an Empire of that even Emperor Palpatine from the Star Wars films would have been proud of. Boasting members such as Hyfe, Zell and Poreon, TNO's IC abilities more than matched their OOC menace. TNO's alliance with ERO made the group all but invincible for a lengthy section of TGC's past.

by: Danster & Jan Dondana


9) The Ewok Council Unheard of and all but dead now, this group was created whilst TGC was still apart of the SwFans galaxy. TEC stood alongside the New Republic in a succesful battle against a darkside invasion on Endor at SwFans. In the early days of TGC role play, TEC played a pivotal role in the happenings of the universe. In its prime TEC boasted 100 posts per day, consistently, for several months, and had a proud member base. Attempts have been made to resurect TGC's first group, though lack of time and interest leaves the furrballs of Endor dormant for now.

by: Danster


10) The Bathory Clan In late 2000 an apprentice name Darth Bathory fled from the crumbling Sith Council of Swfans Role Playing. And so began the Bathory Clan's reign of terror. TBC filled the void left by TSC, in becoming a new threat to The Gungan Council and The Jedi Council. But the destruction of General Ceel's family was always their highest goal. Often acting as an unoffical faction at TGC, the TBC's 4 main members continue to be a force in the galaxy to this day.

by: Ceel


11) Universal Bounty Hunters Among the first groups to be formed when the Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy fromed, was Universal Bounty Hunters. Seeking to unite the growing number of Bounty Hunters in the galaxy, UBH not only hunted down prey for rewards, but also could be found fighting for the highest bidder in some of TGC's first major battles. UBH, however, did not survive to see much of 2001. Although the group's time at TGC was short, older members still judge today's bounty hunters by the high standard they once set.

by: Ceel


12) Spectrum Squadron The most legendary Squadron in TGC history rose and fell during the Galaxy's golden age (2000-2001). Founded by Mace McClain (?), populated by dozens of members at its height, Spectrum Squadron was the guardian angel of The Republic and The Jedi Council, protecting the innocent from above, while others provided security on the ground.

by: Ceel


13) The Organization to Eliminate Evil The first time the character Supernova entered the political limelight from his University work was when he took upon the position as head of The Organization to Eliminate Evil, a short-lived Republic agency meant to persuade the non-Force users of the galaxy to rise up against the growing Sith threat through the technological advances of Aaron Astrin and his associates. The agency never became popular with the public, and was eventually disbanded.

by: Supernova


14) The Galactic Science and Exploration Foundation After the expiration of The Organization to Eliminate Evil, Supernova returned to his life as a scientist and created The Galactic Science and Exploration Foundation as a private organization for scientists and explorers, based on Kessel and in The Maw Cluster. The group attracted several participants who went on several expeditions, including to a parallel universe and finding anomalous planets near The Maw Cluster. The organization eventually become a public organization under The Galactic Government, and since Supernova since stepped down as its head it has largely vanished into obscurity in the galaxy.

by: Supernova


15) The Galactic Government After the age of Aaron Astrin, the Jedi factions and New Republic largely fell into disarray and decay. Stepping back into the political limelight, Supernova was successful in settling the differences between the factions and combined several of them into the The Galactic Government in hopes of correcting the errors of the New Republic. Supernova became Supreme Chancellor of this government and after sufficient time had passed for the expansion of this government, he renamed it The Republic.

by: Supernova


16) The Republic The chief government of the galaxy, The Republic was an expanded version of The Galactic Government but had similar powers and abilities that the original New Republic before it had. Its first Supreme Chancellor was Supernova (who would later step down), and others would include Aron Antilles and Supreme Chancellor Organa. All though a healthy organization for quite some time in its defense against the Sith, an unexpected Jedi civil war eventually collapsed The Republic completely.

by: Supernova


17) The Galactic Continuum After the Jedi War concluded with apparent control of the galaxy belonging in the hands of Rogue Jedi but with most of it existing in a state of anarchy, Supernova created the private organization The Galactic Continuum with goals of using science and military prowess to return the control of the galaxy to the people. All though The Galactic Continuum did establish a military presence on several planets and areas of space, as well as make several breakthroughs in anti-Force technology, the unstable control that the Rogue Jedi held soon dissipated and The Galactic Continuum did so along with it.

by: Supernova


18) Pod Racing Central Although the dream of PRC went largly unrealized, it is worth mentioning here because of uniqueness. Pod Racing Central was an attempt recreating the excitement of The Phantom Menace pod racing sequence in the message based role playing environment of TGC. PRC was a true Ezboard original. Created by Darth J.

by: Ceel


19) Gungan Armed Forces Utilizing information about Gungans not availble when The Gungan Council was formed, in 2003 Boo Dan Danga established a fully realized and fleshed out, Gungan Faction. Although the group was short lived, it must be honored for its attention to detail.

by: Ceel


20) The Ziost Empire After avoiding all else from ERO, Recon Klain left with his comrade Gash Jiren to the makings of the Ziost Empire. Trading ways to become a Dark Jedi's and training those who wished to be on their ranks. This group was the second to breach the Gungan City since the Bathory Clan. This group later fell to dust when Gash Jiren and Recon Klain left it to be lead by itself. This group was a great accomplishment, becoming the first recognized Dark Jedi group in the history of The Gungan Council.

by: Recon Klain


21) Jedi Academy: AoEo Along with TJC and Jedi Praxeum, The Jedi Academy was among the more successful Jedi groups in TGC history. Established in mid 2003, TJA quickly became the most active group in the galaxy at that time. Known for its extensive training program, from an early stage, it was clear that this group was bound for great things. In early 2004 the Jedi Academy left TGC, and changing its name to Star Wars: Legends of Destiny, became an independant role playing community.

by: Ceel


22) Greater Jedi Order Following the breakup of SWFans.Net in July 1999 into CoruscantCity.Net and SWFans.Net, the Jedi were split into 2 separate Jedi groups on each board. However it didn’t take long for the Jedi to begin working with each other again and after initially allying together in the form of the Jedi Alliance in October 1999, the 2 groups would merge to found the Greater Jedi Order on November 1st 1999. The new group would end up becoming one of the oldest, largest and most respected groups in the SWFans.Net roleplaying universe, at one point boasting over half of the active roleplayers on SWFans.Net as members. Despite a couple of attempts to set up alternative Jedi groups the GJO overwhelmingly dominated as the primary Jedi group on SWFans.Net for over 5 years until May 2005 when a restart of the roleplaying timeline saw it disbanded and reformed into The Jedi Enclave (see The Jedi Enclave).

by: Atreyu


23) The Jedi Praxeum Similar to Jedi Academy: AoEo, The Jedi Praxeum was a short lived faction that made a long term impact on the galaxy. Founded by Jedi Master Odon Baas in 2003 (?), the Praxeum was the leading Jedi Faction in the galaxy at its height. Seeking to strike out in other directions, the JP peacefully parted ways with the TGC Role Playing Galaxy to form its own independant role play. Jedi Praxeum eventally left ezboard altogether.

by: Ceel


24) The Skywalker Council Founded by Han Skywalker in 2001, The Skywalker Council brought together the many Skywalker characters of TGC into one cohesive group, while simultaneously inspiring the creation of more characters who drew their lineage back to the Luke we all know and love from the classic Star Wars Trilogy. The group dispanded in early 2002.

by: Ceel


25) The Oaken Dawn At the end of 2002 General Ceel suggested that member then known as Boo Dan Danga create a new Sith faction for The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy. At the beginning of 2003, now using the name Wallace McGreggor, Ceel's suggestion was followed, and The Oaken Dawn was born. Know for an elaborate back story based in Medieval and fantastic religions, as well as the somewhat corny use of Archaic English (King James Style), The Oaken Dawn's goals were ultimately not the same as the rest of TGC. TOD eventally left TGC to become an independant role play.

by: Ceel


26) Hutt Space In 2003 the story of the most ruthless crime family in the galaxy came to life on TGC. Founded by Urka the Hutt, Hutt Space recreated the style and attitude of the Jabba and his exotic band of bounty hunters, Hutts and dancing girls, that we all know and love from the Star Wars Trilogy.

by: Ceel


27) The Spice Mines Being one of the first groups to ever join The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy, The Spice Mines deserve to be remembered here. Founded by Evil Himon, The Spice Mines operated out of Kessel, and no doubt set a new record on the Kessel run.

by: Ceel


28) Bounty Hunter's Moon A group at Swfans in 1999 and 2000, Bounty Hunter's Mood (guild) was likely the first Bounty Hunter organization ever created on ezboard. At TGC little is remember of this group, save for one of its members joined our ranks at the time of TGC's split from Swfans. That member is Jedi Prasad. (See Jedi Prasad)

by: Ceel


29) Trade Federation (original) After TGC parted ways with Swfans to form its own role playing galaxy there arose a need for an enemy for Gungans and Jedi alike. The result of this need was The Trade Federation, an atempt at recreating the threats of The Phantom Menace. Originally founded by Viceroy Nute Gunray (General Ceel), the group moved along slowly until being placed in the hands of Darth Stone (the 2nd owner of the Stone accounts). Under Stone the Federation was forgotten and eventually ressurected on several occasions. Since the final fall of the original Trade Federation, several others have attempted to build groups under the same name, but none have been met with much success.

by: Ceel


30) Red Eye Crime Syndicate Other than the fact that Red Eye Crime Syndicate was The Gungan Council Role Playing Galaxy's very first atempt at a crime based faction, nothing can be recalled about this faction.

by: Ceel


31) The Sith Order (Swfans) After the fall of The Sith Council, The Sith Order arose to fill the power vacuum they left behind. Due to TGC's exit from Swfans not long after, TSO's doings had little impact on our role play. TSO can now be found at its new location on the Swfans VBullitin.

by: Ceel


32) The Sith Empire (Swfans) Established in August 1999, and lead early on by such legends as Darth Fenris, Lady Mara Jade, Bromine, Rama Sha, The Sith Empire was a premiere faction of Swfans role playing until its eventual departure to StarWarsRPG.net years later.

by: Ceel


33) The Sith Brotherhood Founded by Exar Kun, The Sith Brotherhood was the most feared dark arts academy in the galaxy. After Kun's disappearance, the stoic and sadistic Sith Ahnk rose to power, taking the Sith temple in a more aggressive direction. His maneuverings and positioning led to a golden age of the Sith, but Ahnk was not invincible. His death ultimately splintered the faction, though within the hearts of a few still active former members of the Brotherhood, this order will always live on.

by: Sith Ahnk


34) Rogue Squadron: A New Generation When The Gungan Council re-opened its Fleet Roleplaying in early 2004 Rogue Squadron: A New Generation emerged. It's leader was Rogue Steiner, who had worked up the military ranks at The Rebel Alliance. Rogue Squadron: A New Generation became the most powerful fleeting roleplaying group during its time here at The Gungan Council. At its heigth it had close to thirty members (active and reserve), a fleet numbering almost 30 warships, nearly a thousand starfighters, and a number of other craft. Rogue Squadron merged with The Rebel Alliance near the end of the Summer of 2004. Rogue Squadron remains the primary squadron of The Rebel Alliance to this day in leaving by their motto: "We Are the Rogue and we don't play by the rules."

by: Rogue Steiner


35) The Jedi Brotherhood Founded on June 16, 2005, The Jedi Brotherhood (TJB) filled the void left by "The Jedi Elite" upon their exit from the galaxy a few weeks earlier. Following her promotion to Jedi Master at The Jedi Council, then Jedi, DarkSkyKerberos, set out on her own to add a new dimension Jedi role playing. Where traditionally Jedi were passive, in their initial days, the knights of the brotherhood preferred action. Their motto: Aggressive Negotiators, Arbiters of the force. On January 15th 2007 TJB merged with The Jedi Council. TJV ceased to exist.

by: Ceel


36) THE INTERSTELLAR EMPIRE (Swfans) CONTRIBUTE THIS ENTRY


37) Rogue Sith Order (Swfans) CONTRIBUTE THIS ENTRY


38) The Jedi Enclave Following the restart of the SWFans.Net roleplaying timeline in May 2005 which saw the timeline reset to the period immediately following the Battle of Endor, the long established Jedi group, the Greater Jedi Order, was deemed no longer appropriate considering that no Jedi group of such scale could have possibly existed at that time. As a result, the GJO was disbanded and in its place The Jedi Enclave was established. Unlike its predecessor, the group is not an officially recognised sole organisation, but more of a gathering point for the surviving Jedi spread throughout the galaxy to unite together and defeat the remains of the Galactic Empire and assist with the establishment of the New Republic.

by: Atreyu


39) Regnum In Potestas Through unity the Regnum was born on Ziost and ruled by the Four Horsemen- Malice Draclau (Famine), DarkSkyKerberos (Conquest), Anubis Starkiller (Death), and Darth Roul (War). Brought together by a single goal, the Regnum quickly became a new dark power within the Galaxy, bringing with them unrelenting attacks on Ruusan, Naboo and Alderaan. Across the stars their darkness spread, the will of the Horsemen reaching many, swelling its ranks with many Sith and warriors to become the most active TGC faction during the year of their existence. The mere sight of the Horsemen and the combined power of the Regnum caused even the greatest of Empires and the strongest of factions to stand on the tips of their toes with worry. Yet, even with all the power they had gathered, what brought them together ultimately was their undoing. Without warning the once stable and powerful Regnum crumbled as the once thought unbreakable bond of the Horsemen was shattered not by an enemies from without, but by the fate and destiny that had first bonded the four spirits from within. Within it's ashes, Sine Occasu: the Sith Brotherhood was formed for a short time under the leadership of Maize Wayne and the other former RIP Masters before the Sith gathered under one banner, The Sith Council.

by: Malice Dracula & DarkSkyKerberos


40) Band of Outlaws If there were one faction that would truly stand out in it's time here at TGC, it would most likely be the Band of Outlaws. Since it's beginning in September of 2005 this faction always had a happy-go-lucky kind of feel and made itself home for more than a few of our famous outlaws. The number one Gentleman Thief Skip Lone being one of them.

This faction proved time and time again that you didn't have to be a force user to be a great roleplayer and have fun. From the oldies but goodies- Winter Sonnet, Skip Lone, Lestrange, Kiara Midnight and Artemis Obauldi. To the now new wonderful roleplayers- Lanei Duran, Damane Landis, Farce Ayden and Raven Hinata. This is the place you went to for thieving, beer, hot women and the occasional bounty you wanted to place on that special someone.

With it's closing now in 2007, this place will be missed but not gone as it paved the way for the new faction for all outlaws "The Galactic Underworld."

by: Raven Hinata

41) The Jedi Brotherhood

Founded on June 16, 2005, The Jedi Brotherhood (TJB) filled the void left by "The Jedi Elite" upon their exit from the galaxy a few weeks earlier. Following her promotion to Jedi Master at The Jedi Council, then Jedi, DarkSkyKerberos, set out on her own to add a new dimension to Jedi role playing. Where traditionally Jedi were passive, in their initial days, the knights of the brotherhood preferred action. Their motto: Aggressive Negotiators, Arbiters of the force. After a few months of being created, DarkSkyKerberos fell to the Darkside, and the faction took it hard and started to deminish. Untill the former founder left the board in the capable hands of it's knights. Hawk Hinata stepped up and took control of the Brotherhood and revived it before it had the chance to die. He and other knights such as, Ordan Ghost, Mak Manto and Vohn Excel ran the board together, making it a friendly and welcoming place to be. On January 15th 2007 TJB merged with The Jedi Council. TJB ceased to exist.

by: Ordan Ghost

42)The New Republic

The New Republic was the first government-based faction on TGC apart from The Gungan Council itself. Started in 2001 in a fit of foolishness by Jedi Padawan Zark Ekan, The New Republic held undisputed claim over Coruscant for a long while until it was ousted forcibly by Dace Patton and whatever Sith faction he controlled at the time. Immediately following this event, the original conception of The New Republic fell apart and Zark Ekan faded into obscurity before it was picked up by the next unlucky soul. While the original incarnation was, without a doubt, a failure, it could be said that TNR was nevertheless responsible for the emergence of fleeting into TGC, for good or ill.

by: Zark Ekan

43) Rogue Jedi Order
Coming in 2003, the Rogue Jedi Order was founded by Hall of Famer, Rogue Steiner. Along with Jameris Malak and Joni Wan Techu, the faction was created to go against the traditional and pure methods that the Jedi Council brought. Wanting a faction that would be more along the lines of an action-oriented Order, RJO decided to take the fight to the Sith instead of waiting for them to strike back. Despite having a Council, RJO was lenient with Jedi doing what they felt was right, allowing them to make decisions even if sometimes it didn't go with the Council's view, but still having a Council to watch over them. RJO later merged with TRA, The Rebel Alliance, to form a stronger faction altogether after the Battle of Zaltin. A second RJO was formed by Jameris, but later died. Though, in the hearts of old members, RJO's creed will always live on.

by: Mak Manto

Roleplay Hall of FameEdit

1) Jedi Task Force (2002-Present) Featuring such role plays as Jedi Task Force: Gromas Mines, Anoat City , Mimban Adventure, Death Star Rescue, Hidden Menace, Bump in the Night, Hazardous Antiquity, Double Sunrise and Utapa Adventure, the Jedi Task Force has been a staple of the Star Wars Role Playing Forum since the serial's inception. Dreamed up by members of The Jedi Council, and originally having a basis in the first Dark Forces video game for PC, the Jedi Task Force is TGC Role Playing's foremost goal-oriented role playing serial. Traditionally the mission and its goals are revealed to the Task Force via a transmission from the Supreme Chancellor only minutes before landing and deployment. The Task Force must overcome stifling odds to complete their mission, and often only succeed by the skin of their teeth.

by: Ceel


2) The Gungan Civil War (2000) Spanning more than a dozen threads that collectively came to be known as The Gungan Civil War, this early role play pitted the followers of General Ceel against the followers of Organa Solo in a political struggle for leadership of The Jedi and Gungan Council's at Otoh Gunga. Having been driven mad by nightmares of atrocities committed against the Gungan race by Itala Marzullo, General Ceel set fire to his quarters, effectively faking his death. Freed of his duties, General Ceel's mind healed while he wandered the surface of Naboo alone. When his sanity recovered however, and he made his return to Otoh Gunga, the one who had succeeded him (Organa Solo) refused to give up the Throne to its rightful owner.. The struggle that followed secured General Ceel's right to a lifetime of leadership over the councils.

by: Ceel


3) Battle of Naboo (2000) Spanning three threads, more than 500 post, and nearly 7 hours on a single summer night in 2000, the threads that have collectively come to be known as The Battle of Naboo, set a standard for planned, precision, large scale attack role plays, that has never and will never, be surpassed in TGC Role Playing. The Sith Council (Swfans), led by Itala Marzullo, came by air, land and water, attacking Theed and Otoh Gunga simultaneously. When word of the attack reached Coruscant, the Greater Jedi Order (Swfans) and fleets of the Republic responded in defense of the besieged Gungans. Fighting with their allies, the many Gungans and few Jedi of Naboo successfully fought back the Sith forces and reclaimed their cities.

by: Ceel


4) Across the Stars (2002-2005) Named after the Love Theme from Episode II: Attack of the Clones, the first installment of Across the Stars hit the Star Wars Role Playing forum in 2002 and featured such hall of famers as Danster The Gangster, Vernacular, Clegg Holdfast, General Ceel, and even an NPC incarnation of Organa Solo. The story revolved around a plot by Darth Bathory to overthrow Naboo by sending the planet's leaders on a wild goose chase across the galaxy. Misled by false spy intelligence, General Ceel set out to gather the members of the old Gungan Council, who's lives he believed were in danger. In his absence Naboo fell to Bathory. Topping out at 463 posts, the story ended with the Master Clegg Holdfast defeating Bathory in the Throne Room at Theed.

In Across the Stars: Planetary Dawn the same characters were torn away from their homes by a quest to find help for General Ceel's daughter, Shmi Skywalker 2, whom had been stricken down by a force-resistant virus. Their journey led them Across the Stars, into the heart of the Yuzzhan Vong empire in search of a cure, and from there to the very edge of the Universe on a mission to save it. This thread was lost in the May 30th attack of a Hacker on the ezboard network, and as a result never finished.

by: Ceel


5) The Dark Saga (2001) The ten chapter Dark Saga serial pitted many of The Jedi Council's best against The Bathory Gang, in what proved to be their last attempt at destroying the Gungan Royal Family by way of a strike at the heart of its power at Otoh Gunga. Taking refuge in an underwater cave, the largest gathering of the Bathory clan in more than 1000 years was called to discuss the matter of rescuing Darth Bathory, whom had been captured by the Jedi. Sensing that all was not right, the Jedi of Otoh Gunga found themselves in a race against time. Discovering the Bathory's hidden base, and neutralizing it before it could strike first, was their only hope.

by: Ceel


6) Theed Under Siege (2004-2005) Featuring more than 80 characters, and nearly every faction in the galaxy, Theed Under Siege quickly became just the second role play in TGC history to surpass the 1000 reply milestone, and was no doubt the biggest single in-character event at TGC role playing since Battle of Naboo. Theed Under Siege was the brainchild of Darth Makavelli, who hoped to spark a return to traditional, exciting, role playing values, especially from the Sith whom he believed were becoming "soft". The thread did this and more as it soared past 1400 replies. The Darkside held the upper-hand for much of the battle, leading up to an eventual resurgence by the Lightside near battle's end. This thread was lost in the May 30th attack of a Hacker on the ezboard network, but however was recovered and continued again on June 17th.

by: Ceel


7) Dark Journeys (2005) Dark Journeys began as a simple training RP for Kassandra Distorith, the Sith Apprentice of Maize Wayne. Left open for others to join, Jedi, Sith & neutrals quickly found a way to participate, as the thread quickly swelled to over 1000 replies. Dark Journeys has traced the relationship of Maize and Kass in addition to their quest for an ancient Sith power that has sent them hurtling across the galaxy in search of Vjun. Bringing in the twists and turns of drama and relationships, Dark Journeys has been critical for several characters growth and coming of age. This thread was lost in the May 30th attack of a Hacker on the ezboard network, and as a result never finished.


by: Spark Vallen


8) At The Precipice (2002) Spanning exactly four hundred posts and over four months, At The Precipice was another fatal attack on the city of Theed. The plan was orchestrated by the Darkestsith6, who has come to be known as Syth Diablo, plus a masterful group of cronies. He was accompanied by the likes of Malice Draclau, Skye Keller, and many others. However, and equally strong group of Jedi, including Danster the Gangster, Jedi Binks, Brayden Xykarn, Jedi Mad Pierre, and others were there to stop the invasion. Supernova was also at the scene to thwart Darkestsith6’s plans once again. Thunderstorms struck, as the night of bloodshed ensued. The top priority for the Jedi was to protect the Queen. Victory looked unlikely for the dark side, until Darkestsith6 unleashed his final attack, a group of one hundred sith clones. The Jedi could do nothing but place their priorities on the clones, giving Darkestsith6 the valuable time he needed. Summoning a tidal wave from the flooded area, Darkestsith6 wiped out Theed in one giant strike. The sith were unable to assassinate the Queen, but did succeed in killing the Queen's clone. In the end, the city lay in ruins, as the dark side stood triumphant on that perilous night.

The thread was one of the larger role plays back in the time, and to this day, remains one of the large-scale role plays. It was also one of the few that came out victorious for the dark side.

by: Darkestsith6 aka Syth Diablo


9) Battle of Zaltin (2002-2003) The now legendary Battle of Zaltin is worthy of recognition in the Hall of Fame for a number of reasons. First of, long time TGC followers will remember that Zaltin was the very first TGC role play to ever crack the 1000 reply mark. But more importantly, Zaltin accomplished one of the primary goals of its creator: Jedi Binks. The thread successfuly reacreated the action, adventure, and excitement that characterized TGC role playing a number of years earlier when the community was founded. This mighty role play pitted The Rebel Alliance against the Dark Sith Order. Sadly, most of this thread was lost in May 2005 during the horrible attack of "ezdude" which took the entire network offline.

by: Ceel


10) The Masquerade Ball (2003-200?) Beginning in 2003, the annual Masquerade Ball was created as a way for lightsiders and dakrsiders to RP together in total OOC and IC bliss. The ball was an IC, as well as OOC thread where characters would sign up and ask other characters online to go to the ball with them. The ball is held at locations like the gorgeous Cloud City, exotic Naboo, and the majestic Imperial Palace on Coruscant. The thread would go on usually in the diner and would go on for a few weeks until the posting died out. Many people found it a perfect time to relax, flirt, and just have fun role-playing without having to be very serious with their characters or worry about story or technicalities. Every September since its beginning the Masquerade Ball has taken place bring Jedi and sith together for one magical night.

by: Bane Nathos


11) Conquest of Capricia (2001 - 2004) Originally started at The Gungan Council on September 17, 2001 by Tallien Yzan, The Conquest of Capricia moved to The Rebel Faction two months later when latter community was created, where it stretched on for another 3 years. According to statistics compiled at TRF, the role play topped out at 271,194 words and 833 pages. At least 9 factions, of both TGC and TRF origin took part in the massive endeavor.

by: Ceel


12) Conquest of Ruusan (2005) The Conquest of Ruusan was the first successful roleplay under the new planetary takeover rules of 2005. It easily surpassed the minimum 350 post requirement for a total of over 450 posts which spanned three months, setting a high standard for future takeovers. It symbolized Regnum In Potestas's, headed by the notorious Horsemen, first move in the galaxy in order to obtain Ruusan. The Sith fought against The Jedi Council after crushing the forces of Ruusan and desecrating the Valley of the Jedi. The Jedi could not stand against the united power of the Regnum and retreated, marking the first victory of RIP.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


13) Endor's Game (2005) At 8:00PM on the evening of December 17th 2005, more than twenty members of the Gungan Council came together to attempt to resurrect the old tradition of massive, fast paced, one night only, role plays, which were popular in 1999 and 2000. Their attempt succeeded. Prior to the start of the event, participants gathered in an AIM chatroom to discuss "Endor's Game", a role play dreamed up by General Ceel. When the clock struck 8, hours of adrenaline pumping excitement began. Jedi from The Jedi Council and the Jedi Brotherhood, along with members of The Ewok Council and The Band of Outlaws moved through the forest of Endor attempting to take out the Empire's shield generators, which were heavily guarded by members of The Dark Sith Order and Regnum In Potestas. The sheilds protected a Death Star orbiting the small moon. As the ground attack moved forward, fleets from all of the involved factions did battle around the dreaded space station. The generator was eventually destroyed, allowing a vessel of the Jedi Council fleet to take out the dreaded battle station, giving victory to the Ewoks and their Jedi allies. This historic TGC role playing battle topped out at 324 posts in just under 5 and a half hours. Characters involved with "Endor's Game" include: General Ceel, Mak Manto, JikmaTemebiu, Tantor25, Corringath Ventraas, Kale Arkin, Vergil Black, Wickim Totim, Jedi Sia Dallia, Darth Terace, Darth Immortus, Kassandra Distorith, Darth Rash, Darth Midian, Araeana Liz, Peiori Caligga, Sutran, RZQ 001, Siris Nido, MaizeWayne, Darth Maleficus, Kahne Porte, and Rolf Sergeo. Following the battle most of these members expressed that they had a wonderful time and looked forward to doing a similar role play on a weekly basis. Endor's Game was followed by such other weekend role plays as "Bushwhacked On Bespin" and "Some Like it Hoth," and "Retaliation on Tatooine." About a dozen other FNRP's followed this one, each taking place on a different planet from the Star Wars films.

by: Ceel


14) Out of the Blue (2005) This thread was started on 26th of November when some members of the Dark Sith Order got together on the board’s chatroom and hatched the idea to attack Otoh Gunga. The Sith quickly landed in its ports with stolen subs and initiated the first attack while at the same time Darth Rash, a Gungan sith apprentice, started a rebellion between against the Gungan’s loyal to the Jedi. Within the first 24 hours of its existence it managed to get over 200 posts, and featured exactly 35 characters. While it slowed down significantly after its first weekend of existence it ended with exactly 401 posts with the Sith leaving the city in ruins to the Jedi. In the last posts of the thread hints were left about a greater reason behind this attack, other than the destruction of the city, when the Sith left with hundreds of Gungan in the cargo holds of their ships

by: Korran Halcyon


15) There Is No War Here (2006) "There Is No War Here Unless You've Brought It With You" is an oddity among TGC role plays. Originally set to be the 17th weekly Friday Night Role Play, it soon became clear that friday alone was no enough to hold all the action. As a result, this role play taking place on the planet Utapau became a 32 and a half hour role playing marathon, spanning nearly an entire weekend. In the main action, the role play pitted a new faction "The Separatists" against the mightly Republic of TGC, however reprsentitives from all TGC factions were present for this classic moment which ended up spanning a massive 926 posts.

by: General Ceel


16) The Siege Of Coruscant (2006) Conceived of by General Ceel and started by Korran Halcyon, The Siege of Coruscant was designed as a massive year long roleplay for The Gungan Council Roleplaying Galaxy. The first post of the roleplay was made at 12:01AM on January 1st 2006, with a projected end date of the same time the following year. As the story opened the forces of good and evil found themselves locked in stalemate four months into a deadly siege of Coruscant. The thread soon unfolded into a collection of story lines ranging from battle to mystery, to murder, romance, rescue, healing, and even nearly any other type of tale that could be possibly be told. By June of 2006 the thread had nearly overtaken the record for largest roleplay in TGC history with nearly 1400 replies, putting it on par with The Siege of Theed with nearly 6 months still to go. By September 2006 the Siege reached nearly 1600 posts. On December 4th 2006 Siege of Coruscant became the first roleplay in TGC's history to reach and surpass 2000 posts.

by: General Ceel


17) Trilogy of Troy (2007) Three threads spanning three months of more then 1000 posts, the Trilogy detailed the attack, occupation, and subsequent rebellion of Theed between the newly merged Sith Council and Jedi Council. Beginning with 'Ashes of Troy', the Sith used deceit to bring their ships and army to Theed and attack the Jedi at their heart. 'Den of the Cyclops' told the story of the occupation of Naboo, where the Jedi were held in prison camps while Sith attempted to convert them to the Darkside. Finishing with 'Restringing the Bow', the Jedi rebelled against the Sith- ousting them from their planet successfully and bringing the light and freedom once again to their people.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


18) Call of Justice With the formation of the Horsemen came the Jedi formed to stop the horrible crimes of the leaders of the Regnum. Headed by Wholi Gabais, a small group of Jedi including Brayden and Wickim headed throughout the galaxy in order to search for information regarding new techniques of light as well as any weakness to stop the four warriors. At the same time, Sky Kerberos and Malice Draclua- two of the most active of the Horsemen- set off to search for ancient artifacts which led them to the tomb of the Master of the ancient Horsemen. Ending with a deadly and surprising betrayal by Sky of Malice- and the end of their reign of darkness by within rather then from without- the Jedi come to find the ashes of what they had come to stop. A thread spanning 300 posts in 2006- including important events such as Malice's end in the galaxy, the Regnum's demise, and the destroying of the Dark Lord title.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


19) Divided We Fall (2006) An unique thread for it held not the Sith and the Jedi in war, but rather an opposition between the two Jedi groups mounting from years of tension between a more unorothodox and agressive approach to the light from the Jedi Brotherhood in contrast to the Jedi Council's more traditional ways. A roleplay where Sky Kerberos took advantage of the Alderaanians aggravation over the Jedi Council's continued presence on their peaceful homeworld in order to bring the Jedi Brotherhood headed under Hawk Hinata to confront TJC, lead by Tantor Aden, in order to leave the planet. Tensions increased to war and outbreaks of violence, including the deaths of civilians by Jedi hands and lightsaber battles between the Jedi themselves. Started in 2006, this thread spanned over 400 posts.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


20) Exodus (2006) Rising from the ashes of the Regnum, this roleplay held the chaotic repulsion of the Sith from Ziost- though within the destruction held a new leader and new order- Since Occasu, the Sith Brotherhood and its founder, Maize Wayne. Coming together aboard the Super Star Destroyer- the Leviathan- the former members of the Regnum united under a brotherhood in order to again find their way in the Galaxy. This brilliant rp ended with the newly formed order coming to Byss and taking it over after neutralizing the Jedi threat.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


21) The Infiltration (2005) A likely scenario of dark against light- the Sith come to Theed to tarnish the archives with a virus and it is a battle against time as the undercover Sith pose as Jedi to rummage all the vital information in brood daylight. Fast paced, beautiful writing, and unforgetable fun- the clash between the Sith and Jedi end up destroying the whole of the Archives as well as turning one Jedi from the light. Players included Malice Draclau, Emalfni, Scuro, and Aslyn as Sith and Darron Wraith, Sky Kerberos, and Star Colton among others as Jedi- this thread held a long remembered exciting place in TGC history.

by: DarkSkyKerberos


22) Battle of the Fallen- Knightfall Alliance In one roleplay, they combined almost all the factions in the attack upon Naboo and Theed City. The Vong/Empire/Sith all banded together to attack the Jedi. In their desperate need, the council calls and relies on the help of their brothers in the light, The Jedi Brotherhood. This massive assault drained the Jedi as Sith brutally murdered many civilians and Jedi. Who could also forget Korran and his magic marker?

by: Rach Sullen


23) The Vergeance Prophecy (2006)
Unlike the majority of roleplays which are focused upon a single location, The Vergeance Prophecy spanned many planets of the Star Wars universe and locked every faction and even many rogue characters in a desperate search for the prophesised second vergeance. The mere thought of another vergeance in the force sparked a galactic war as everyone sought to claim the vergeance child as their own, some to harness his power for good; others to manipulate it for evil. Reaching close to 250 posts, The Vergeance Prophecy saw Dread Lord Artemis Obauldi escape with the child on a course for Myrkr. A second installment though eagerly anticipated was never a reality as Artemis disappeared from TGC.

by: Hawk Hinata

24) Deathgrip on Dathomir (2006)
Perhaps best known for all the wrong reasons, Deathgrip on Dathomir saw the Jedi Brotherhood go toe to toe and defeat the Dark Sith Order on Dathomir. It was a battle not just for control of the world, but for the hearts and loyalty of the force sensitive witch clans that inhabited it. Seven hundred and eight replies makes Deathgrip on Dathomir one of the longest takeovers in TGC history to date, if not the longest. Despite spawning numerous arguments, it has since spawned far more fond memories that can be looked back upon and laughed at, for who can forget the fact that Mikel Goff fought every member of the Brotherhood before forceible being taken out by Mak, and of course "Pope Hawkus Hinatus III" as coined by Avicus DuSang to describe the religious loyalty of Brotherhood members to their leader.

by: Hawk Hinata

25) The First Thrust (2009)
From an idea conceived by Adrianna Quinn, Hawk Hinata and with contributions made by Garith Darkhold, The First Thrust was to become an instant hit. Prodominantly between the Jedi of TJC and the Sith of TSC, but also featuring the odd neutral character, The First Thrust saw the forces of TSC launching a Trojan Horse style attack on the Jedi world of Bespin (the horse in this case being a gunship and being more rammed through the front of the Jedi Temple than left as a gift). Chaos insued as the Sith quickly flooded the Temple whilst jamming the Jedi's communications systems, but all was not lost for the Jedi eventually got a message out and the superior forces of the Alliance of Worlds arrived to chase the Sith off. The First Thrust is the foundation stone for a wider galactic conflict that will see all out war consume the galaxy.

by: Hawk Hinata

25) Takeover of Earth (2010)
Unlike other RPing threads, this takeover was held in Sophie's Corner, working within the realm of zany IC actions, known well to the forum, by the characters of TGC. Anything and everything happened in this thread, where craziness inspired every post, from popular culture references of every kind being mentioned, to the Earth actually being destroyed. Created by Ketura the Dug, the takeover reached close to three hundred posts in only
six days, before it stopped. Never with the full purpose of capturing it, this thread allowed any idea, vision, or just plain weirdness to doom the planet that has never been touched.

by: Mak Manto

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