Star Wars: Legacy of War

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Corillian News #50730560

From Coronet City:

Despite the ongoing truce between the Galactic Republic and Sith Empire, production of military grade starships continues to increase. This has created a divide among many beings in the Republic and brought contention from the Empire.

“We should be at peace. The fact the Republic continues to spend money on an arsenal rather than providing to the recovery of systems still reeling from the war is preposterous! Why should so many funds be to the benefit of one planet?” This comment from Senator Grom Zian of Solu Five.

“This is yet more sabre-rattling by the Republic,” Began Moff Ranbus of the Imperial Navy. “They claim they want peace, yet they continue to build for war!”.

Senator Traedon Horn, from Corillia, had this to say in response. “The building of starships and their components creates jobs and trade that benefit the entire galaxy. Our system earns more from sales to companies and privateers than government bodies. And besides, our tourism industry continues to grow and has become very profitable in its own right.”

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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away....
Prologue

Star Wars: Legacy of War

It is a period of unstable peace. Despite a treaty between the Galactic Republic and Sith Empire, a cold war rages nearly as strong as the Great War it ended. The Republic nurses its grievous wounds while the Empire quietly hides its own weakened state. The Jedi have retreated to their homeworld of Tython; their numbers reduced by the war and the trust from the Republic nearly gone from their failure to protect its sovereignty.

Much of the galaxy continues to recover and rebuild from the conflict. Many systems and worlds are scarred and burnt from fighting. Others still fight for their independence. Enterprising beings have created businesses to meet the needs of a recovering galaxy. Unfortunately, pirates, criminal organizations and other scoundrels have also grown to take advantage of the weak and vulnerable.

Despite the damage and hardship caused by the Great War many continue to look ahead with hope. New worlds are being discovered and old worlds are rediscovered. Improved technologies promise to provide a better life in the civilized galaxy and opportunity exists around every corner. The galaxy moves on, steered by those who would forge a bold path….

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