Sub-Factions And Their Roles:Edit

Rouge SquadronEdit

Rouge Sqad
Rogue Squadron is an elite Rebellion starfighter squadron founded by Commander Arhul Narra, Luke Skywalker, and Wedge Antilles shortly after the Battle of Yavin out of Red Squadron. Rogue Squadron played a key role during several engagements in theGalactic Civil War, serving as the primary defense squadron of the Alliance High Command. The squadron mainly fielded T-65 X-wing starfighters, but flew other craft as well, including T-47 airspeeders, Z-95 Headhunters, RZ-1 A-wing interceptors, B-wing assault starfighters, and BTL-A4 Y-wing starfighters. They participated most notably at the Battle of Hoth and later at the Battle of Endor while reorganized once more as Red Squadron. Command of Rogue Squadron was later taken by Admiral Angelica "Angel" Hawkmoon. Under her command, she took the Rogues to new heights of infamy against the newly reformed Galactic Empire by becoming an effective thorn in their side. Some of the famous battles Admiral Hawkmoon led the Rogues in where Mygeeto, and the battle of Kuat. Admiral Hawkmoon later stepped down as commander of the Rogues and passed the torch to Commander Sage Seidon. Commander Seidon led the Rogues at the battle of Geonosis against the Obsidian fleet of the newly reorganized Dark Empire. After Sage, Commander Alexandra Russo held the coveted mantel of Rogue Leader, and lead the Alliance's elite squadron against the evil forces that threaten the galaxy. Alexandra Russo stepped down recently as commander and a surprising choice was made to replace her. Commander Braiden Sky was selected to lead one of the best squadrons of the ages. Sky is young, and an odd choice but Alliance Command seen something in him his enemies will fear. After a few years leading the Squadron a tragic accident left Sky hospitalized. During this time second in command Mazen Darksun stepped up to run the squadron while Sky recovered. Upon full recovery Commander Sky was offered a new position by The Alliance High Command, who claimed they needed his talents elsewhere. Commander Sky accepted the assignment though knew he would always be a rogue at heart. Mazen Darksun became leader of Rogue Squadron. The Rogues are the most feared fighter squadron in the galaxy and the ideas of the Rebellion will never die as long as the Rogues still fly.


Rogue One/Lead - Charlotte Monreau :: CO:: Call Sign - "Charcoal"

Rogue Two - Sylvia Alvaro :: Call Sign - "Star Chaser"

Rogue Three - Open

Rogue Four - Apollo Hawkmoon :: Call Sign - "Sideswipe"

Rogue Five/Two Flight Lead - Hawk Solo :: Call Sign - "Kamikaze"

Rogue Six - Rekha Kaarde :: Call Sign - "Matahari"

Rogue Seven - Aiden Tann :: Call Sign - "Hawkeye"

Rogue Eight - Open

Rogue Nine/Three Flight Lead - Thessa Kai :: Call Sign - "Little Mano"

Rogue Ten - Sky Jian :: Call Sign - TBD

Rogue Eleven -  Logan Riv Sheil :: Call Sign - "Fur Ball"

Rouge Twelve - Open

Rogue Pilots

Jason Dreggs :: Call Sign - "Havoc"

Jessalyn Cassidy :: Call Sign - "Dancer" Sage Seidon :: Call Sign- "Sentry"

Rebellion GovernmentEdit

The Rebel government characters are a broad based group of politicians, diplomats, senators, fundraisers, and more. With the overall TR High Command and Chief of State as NPC characters, the government/diplomat characters are led by a cabinet made up of ministers of various areas of high need. Broadening out from there, to include characters of all ranks, is the provisional council.

Government/Diplomacy Roster:Edit

Renard Mercier - Minister of Security

Spark Vallen - Minister of State

Samantha Solo - Diplomat

Alliance IntelligenceEdit

Alliance Intelligence was a branch of the military that had been cut off from the Alliance's command structure, answerable to only the director of intelligence, who in turn reported directly to the highest authorities in The Alliance to Restore the Republic. Extremely capable these team members were authorized to act in the interests of the Alliance without orders from higher up the chain of command, when they were needed by a sector intelligence cell or Rebel outpost. Some Intel Teams engaged in deep-cover missions, tapping into existing supply caches when necessary; just as often, they established their own network of supply caches, often as a prelude to establishing new Rebel cells in a new sector. Others roamed freely, doing that which they saw as needing doing. For the most part, the Alliance allowed this team to wreak havoc upon the Empire without supervision, though in the uncommon cases where contact needed to be made, the Alliance could rely on mail drops, contacts, and even personal ads to get messages to teams or agents in the field.

For almost a decade the intelligence branch was disabled and the rebellion relied on scattered Intel work to keep them informed. Recently former commander of Rogue Squadron, Braiden Sky was offered the chance to re-establish the collected union of intelligence. Braiden accepted the job though knew in his heart he would always be a Rogue. He is now the acting director of intelligence and has re-organized the group into an elite group of recruits whose skills are off the ranges. Together these trained agents handle missions best left off the books and go where no other branch of the rebellion dare go.

Intelligence MantraEdit

From now on you'll have no identifying marks of any kind. You'll not stand out in any way. Your entire image is crafted to leave no lasting memory with anyone you encounter. You're a rumor, recognizable only as deja vu and dismissed just as quickly. You don't exist; you were never even born. Anonymity is your name. Silence your native tongue. You're no longer part of the System. You're above the System. Over it. Beyond it....

Intelligence RosterEdit

Intel Agent 001: Director Braiden Sky : Codename: "Spook"

Intel Agent 002: Deputy Director: Zatara Dantes : Codename: "Chant"

Intel Agent 003: Dash Winchester: Coename: "Tiger"

Intel Agent 004: Damian Gallia : Codename: "Merc"

Intel Agent 005: Ruby Blackheart : Codename: "Babydoll"

Intel Agent 006: Renard Mercier : Codename: "Fox"

Intel Agent 007: Jessalyn Cassidy : Codename: "Jay"

Intel Agent 008: Chloe Hinata: Codename "Sparkle"

Intel Agent 009: Charlie Crews: Codename: "Keen"

Intel Agent 010: Aiden Tann: Codename: "Hawkeye"

Intel Agent 011: Davin Jusik: Codename: 'Iceman"

Intel Agent 012: Dakota Shyvler: Codename: (waiting on response)

Intel Agent 013: Kaile Vera: Codename: "Wraith"

Intel Agent 014: Sara Kitten: Codename: "Kitty"

Intel Agent 014: Maelion Liates: Codename: "Terminatrix"

Glossary of Intelligence Slang

Blind Jump —Establishing an Intelligence network on a new planet.

Busted Vacc Suit—Blown cover.


Father—Alliance Intelligence.


Inactive—A former agent who is no longer wanted or is considered to be too volatile to be of any further use.[1][2]


Lullaby—Suicide pill.

Mother—Case officer.

Noxious; Smelly—Imperial security.

Orphan—The disbandment of an intelligence network leaving an agent orphaned.

Pacify—To Kill.

Poison—Imperial Intelligence.

Toxic—Infiltration by Imperial Intelligence.

23er—A very competent agent (derived from the fact that an agent's chance of completing 20 field assignments without being killed or captured is 23%).

Vaccinate—To remove any known Imperial agent.

Vacuum—Deep undercover.

Amphibians (also Amphibs, Fish): Aquatic Wilderness Fighters, of which were comprised of amphibian species such as Mon Calamari and Quarren.

Black-hats (also shadows, shadowmen): Imperial Storm Commandos

Blaster magnet: SpecForce euphemism for an Imperial officer.

Cold (also chilly, frosty): A reference to a trooper's ability to maintain calm under fire.[4]

Commando: A generic term often used by non-SpecForce personnel for SpecForce troopers.

Cool drop: An insertion into a relatively safe area typically by parasail or para-wing glider.

Drop (also paradrop): A landing by parasail. Troopers land in the DZ.

Drop zone (DZ): A pre-selected area where troopers are deployed.

Field promotion: Rank advancement given to troopers in the combat arena. Also a slang term for killed in action often after participation in a successful mission.

Ghosts: SpecForce Infiltrators.

Gunner: Term for SpecForce heavy weapons specialist. A trooper that uses an ISW.

Hardpoint (also strongpoint): A well-defended target and/or enemy fortification.

High drop: The deployment of troopers from orbit.

Hot drop: Landing in a dangerous area typically while under fire or an enemy-patrolled area.

ISW: Infantry Support Weapon.

KIA: Killed In Action.

KSA: Kinky Silver Armor. A term pick up from Special Ops agents referring to Radiation Zone Assault Troopers.

Landing zone (LZ): Trooper landing area.

Low drop: Deployment of troopers while in atmosphere.

Mindspook: A Special Ops agent with enhanced mental capabilities. Often a reference to Force-using agents.

Mud foot: A derogatory term for inexperienced Alliance infantry.

Nature lovers: Term for SpecForce Wilderness fighter.

OBC: Order of Battle Companies.

Plastic soldiers: Stormtroopers. Also toy soldiers, whitehats and snowmen

Pop gun: Compressed air slugthrower.

Puppetmen: Imperial special missions (ISM) troops. The term was derived from their acts of framing "Rebel terrorists" for atrocities.

Pyroman (also boomer): Demolitions expert.

Recovering Spook: A mission group agent attached to a SpecForce unit.

Rocket Jockey: Starfighter pilot.

Sand Banthas: SpecForce Desert Wilderness Fighters.

Scanner: Sensor specialist.

Scanner: Type of sensor.

Sec: Abbreviation of Sector, as in SecForce.

SecCom: Sector Command

SecForce: Sector Force

Shadowmen: Imperial Storm commandos

Shadows: Imperial Storm Commandos

Shadows: SpecForce Infiltrators.

Shuttling your dead: Refers to the SpecForce policy of recovering the bodies of fallen comrades before leaving an area.

Smokers: Smoke grenades

Snowmen: Stormtroopers.

Spec (also SpecTrooper): Special Forces Trooper.

SpecCom: Abbreviation of Special Forces Command.

SpecForce: Abbreviation of Alliance Special Forces.

SpecTech (also Tech): SpecForces Technician or technical services.

SpecOps: Alliance Special Operations

Special: A generic military term for unusual. Also used to describe anything odd or suspicious.

Special forces: Fighting units trained specifically to undertake particularly difficult missions. Also a branch of the Alliance military.

SpecTrooper: Alliance Special Forces Trooper.

Specter: A SpecForce trooper assigned to Special Operations.

Spook: An Alliance SpecOps Agent.

Spooky: SpecOps attitude or mission.

Superspook: Alliance free agent.

Tauntauns: SpecForce Arctic Wilderness Fighters.

TC: Task Force Commander

TFC: Task Force Companies.

TK: Sniper, from Telekinesis referring to the snipers ability to strike from distance.

Townies: SpecForce Urban Combat Specialists (UCS).

Toy soldiers: Stormtroopers.

TrekSpecs (also Trekker): SpecForce Pathfinders.

Troopies: Alliance regular soldiers, typically SecForce troopers.

UCS: SpecForce Urban Combat Specialists.

Useless: Imperial Officers, especially ranking rear-echelon officers.

Vacheads: SpecForce SpaceOps trooper.

Vapebait: SpecForce euphemism for an Imperial officer.

Whiskers: Accumulated experience, as in "has got long whiskers". Sometimes literal description as SpecTroop human males usually wear beards.

Whitehats: Stormtroopers.

Wookiees: SpecForce Forest Wilderness Fighters.

Wraiths: SpecForce Infiltrators.

The Civilian Technical CorpsEdit

The Civilian Technical Corps is a quasi-military organization invented to directly assist with the war efforts of the Alliance to Restore The Republic (The Rebellion). The corps is manned by volunteers in different areas of expertise. Among those professions that may be appearing in this division are reporters, doctors, nutrition specialist, fitness representatives, financial advisers, accountants, maintenance personnel, mechanical engineers, slicers, technical analyst, public relations officers, propaganda specialists, psychologists, dentists, child care workers, social workers, entertainers, carpenters, scientists, economists, law practitioners, etc etc. Any profession is eligible to join these ranks. These workers assist with the war efforts, providing support and guidance to the personnel of the armed forces. The division is lead by a commissioner who keeps track of all personnel and assigns them to the areas the Rebels will profit from the most. This group of civilians are a very diverse and unique community who may not be located directly at the front lines, but each and every one of them is giving personal sacrifice to end the tyranny of The Galactic Empire in the galaxy far far away. They are all rebels at heart.

Civilian Technical Corps Personnel Roster:Edit

Holly Starstorm: Communication Liaison/HoloNet News Reporter

Threepeo: Human/Cyborg Relations

Sara Kitten: Entertainer/Performer

The Rebellion NavyEdit

The Rebellion Navy is the backbone of the Rebellion's operations.

A versatile fleet of ships made from both retrofitted cruisers of old and shiny new Mon Cal beasts.

Most of the operations the Rebellion takes on today wouldn't be possible without the men and women of the Rebel Navy!

What started off as a damaged number of small ships fleeing from Endor to Hapes, and then to Mygeeto all those years ago has become so much more...

It consists of:

9 Command Ships

86 Capital Ships

292 Support Ships

Hundreds of Various Transports

& Thousands Various Starfighters

For a more detailed look at the fleet, including individual names for larger capital ships, please look to the bottom of this post.


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