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Title: Identity Theft
Post by: Cypher on July 16, 2010, 11:52:02 PM
Pretend to be and act like another user on the forums.

I'll be.....KZ. ;)
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: MikeW781 on July 17, 2010, 06:11:56 AM
I'm willing to bet this thread will be locked because 99% of the actions are going to be mockery. People will get offended, then mock the person making fun of them. It will not turn out well.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steelfist on July 17, 2010, 01:23:08 PM
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No offence.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 15, 2010, 10:12:20 AM
I call APoC!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Cypher on September 15, 2010, 10:39:31 AM
I never really thought this crappy game would be revived... but oh well. Until I decide to lock it because of the mockery that shall be born, along with everything else... let's have some fun!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 15, 2010, 11:00:58 AM
Can I be Cypher instead?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 15, 2010, 01:19:45 PM
Fine, I call presentiment, wait no, I mean TAFKaB
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Cypher on September 15, 2010, 09:50:14 PM
You don't have to ask to be someone.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 15, 2010, 10:07:29 PM
Alright. I am APoC AND Cypher!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 16, 2010, 04:15:18 AM
Useless post which is off topic and impossible to interpret as anything but sexism.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 17, 2010, 07:33:49 AM
(You have to guess who I am, it will change every post)

Well, I use my character to open up a wormhole and kill you.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Cypher on September 17, 2010, 09:30:39 AM
(You have to guess who I am, it will change every post)

Well, I use my character to open up a wormhole and kill you.
Rainen?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 17, 2010, 01:36:57 PM
Who knows? Mabye me?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 17, 2010, 02:17:35 PM
(You have to guess who I am, it will change every post)

Well, I use my character to open up a wormhole and kill you.
Rainen?

Correct!

I love my country of origin. You should all respect C_____ more!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 17, 2010, 03:04:35 PM
Zack, duuuuhhh
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 17, 2010, 07:18:49 PM
Who might say this?
The Mandalorians—known in Mando'a as the Mando'ade, or "Children of Mandalore"—were a nomadic group of clan-based people consisting of members from multiple species and multiple genders, all bound by a common culture.

In their early years, the Mandalorian culture revolved around battle, with war being a source of honor and pride in their community. The leader of the Mandalorians was known as the Mand'alor, translating to "Sole Ruler" and was rendered as "Mandalore" in Basic. Throughout their history, the Mandalorians were frequently allied with the Sith, perhaps most notably the Sith Lord Exar Kun, and held a certain distrust and general dislike for the Jedi Order. However, they would not hesitate to cooperate with the Jedi if a partnership between the two groups was mutually beneficial. In later years, the Mandalorians moved away from their obsessively war-like and conqueror ways and instead, most became bounty hunters and mercenaries, selling their skills to various individuals and factions in the galaxy. However, the Mandalorian Protectors aided with the Alliance to Restore the Republic ever since about 3 ABY and even continued to serve the Alliance of Free Planets and finally the New Republic.

When Boba Fett took the title of Mandalore years later, they were approached by the powerful unknown empire of the Yuuzhan Vong to aid them as wealthy mercenaries, and while the offer was accepted (mainly because the other option would have been slavery of the Mandalorian homeworld), Boba managed to feed information to the New Republic, and while the Mandalorians continued to fight for the Vong in the early in Yuuzhan Vong War, they soon betrayed them and fought with the many other factions defending the galaxy. After the war ended, the Second Galactic Civil War began, and Jaina Solo, daughter of Han and Leia, came to Fett asking to be trained, given the Mandalorians' famous reputation as legendary warriors against the Jedi. The Mandalorians ironically fought alongside the New Jedi Order, their former enemies in the crusades many years before and the Alliance-in-exile in this conflict. With training from Fett, and from others, Jaina killed her brother Darth Caedus, ending the war. Ultimately, in the span of over four thousand years, Mandalorians slowly changed from the feared Mandalorian Crusaders of the Sith Empires, to the elite soldiers of the Jedi Coalition and later the reorganized Galactic Alliance, fighting for a cause rather than mainly for credits and the destruction of worlds.

Mandalorians wore very distinctive battle armor, including helmets with T-shaped visors that covered the entirety of their faces, and would provide inspiration for the helmets of the Republic's clone troopers. These helmets would eventually become strongly associated with the Mandalorian people.

Contents [show]
1 History 1.1 Early history1.2 The Great Sith War1.3 The Mandalorian Wars1.4 The Dark Wars1.5 The Great Galactic War1.6 The New Sith Wars1.7 Cultural shift1.8 The Mandalorian Civil War1.9 The Clone Wars 1.9.1 The Grand Army of the Republic1.9.2 Mandalorian peace under fire1.9.3 Resurrection1.10 The Dark Times1.11 After the Empire1.12 Restoration1.13 Sith–Imperial War
2 Culture 2.1 Daily life and death2.2 Society2.3 Family2.4 Armor2.5 Language2.6 Religion2.7 Mercenaries
3 Mandalorian worlds
4 Behind the scenes
5 Appearances
6 Sources
7 Notes and references
8 External links
 
HistoryEarly history"Mandalorians believe confrontation is required for growth, on the personal as well as the cultural level. War is the Mandalorian way of life."
―Jedi Master Gnost-Dural — Listen (file info)[src]
 
The Taung, the original Mandalorian species.
Added by JMASThe Mandalorians began as the Near-Human Taung species from the planet Coruscant. Intense fighting with the thirteen Human nations of Coruscant known as the Battalions of Zhell began in 200,000 BBY, and when a powerful volcano nearly wiped out the humans and darkened the skies over Coruscant, the Taung came to call themselves the Dha Werda Verda—the "Warriors of the Shadow". Despite the volcano's devastating effect, the Taung were eventually driven off Coruscant and took refuge on the world of Roon. Led by the warlord known as Mandalore the First, they would conquer another planet in the Outer Rim in 7,000 BBY, which they named Mandalore after their leader.[4][9] The Taung took on the name Mandalorians and were seen by many as the most skilled fighters in the galaxy, thriving in battle. These Mandalorian Crusaders were known for their use of cutting-edge weaponry and held to a strict code of honor, and wore armor known simply as "Crusader Armor" that differed from one soldier to the next.[10][1]

For thousands of years, Mandalore's new inhabitants would not stray far from the Mandalore sector, instead venturing on a series of further conquests to capture the worlds of Ordo, Gargon, and Shogun.[4] When the Mandalorians came to the nearby Mandallia, though, the Mandallian Giant natives not only repelled the invaders' assault, but many came to join the Mandalorian culture, having impressed the Mandalorians with their strength and prowess.[1] But nearly three thousand years after Mandalore's conquest, at a point prior to 4000 BBY,[4][11] the Mandalorians began to expand their ongoing crusade outward and engaged the Nevoota species in a conflict that would lead to the extermination of the Nevoota and the deification of war in the Mandalorian culture,[1] personified as the destroyer god, Kad Ha'rangir.[3] Shorty before 4,000 BBY, the Mandalorians were led by a new Mand'alor, Mandalore the Indomitable, and in their continuing campaign of expansion, the Mand'alor led a raid on the planet Iskadrell. There, the Mandalorians freed the slaves of the Iskalloni, taking many of them into their culture, including a young Antos Wyrick.[11] Another victim of the Mandalorian crusade was the planet Basilisk. As the Mandalorians invaded, the Galactic Republic sent a relief force, under the command of Jedi Master Sidrona Diath, to the aid of the Basiliskans.[12] Even with Republic support, the Basiliskans found their lines being overrun by the more numerous Mandalorians, and upon realizing that the they were going to lose the battle, the Basiliskans decided to poison their own planet so that the conquerors would not be able to use the world. Basilisk fell, but because the planet's surface was virtually destroyed, the Mandalorians decided to abandon the world and move on, though not before pillaging a sizable number of Basilisk war droids for future use. The Mandalorians also captured a large number of the reptilian Basiliskans, and through centuries of warfare they degenerated into little more than war mounts and beasts of burden, becoming known as "Lagartoz War Dragons".[1]

The Great Sith War"My warriors need another crusade. The Empress Teta system is in chaos, overstretched by their many conquests. The witch Aleema and her Jedi devotee Ulic Qel-Droma will fall under the fist of Mandalore!"
―Mandalore the Indomitable[src]
 
Mandalore the Indomitable, leading his forces atop Basilisk war droids
Added by MauserSeeking further challenges, the Mandalorian Crusaders moved toward the Deep Core. Setting their sights on the Empress Teta system, the Mandalorians conquered the rocky world of Kuar,[1] and utilized the ruined underground cities as a staging ground for their attack on Empress Teta.[13] When the Mandalorians destroyed a carbonite smelting station, it caught the attention of the fallen Jedi Knight-turned-Sith Lord Ulic Qel-Droma, who'd usurped control of the Krath forces in command of Empress Teta. Challenged to a duel by the Mand'alor, Qel-Droma traveled to Kuar where he faced off against Mandalore the Indomitable on the plains of Harkul. Despite the use of his Basilisk war droid, the Mand'alor was defeated, and in the duel's aftermath, swore fealty to Qel-Droma and his own Sith Master, Exar Kun.[14] Thus was forged the first Mandalorian-Sith alliance,[1] but while Mand'alor had accepted his defeat at the hands of Qel-Droma, several of his supporters had not, including the Zeltron Antos Wyrick; Mand'alor's defeat at the former Jedi's hands would drive Wyrick to try and unlock the mysteries of the Jedi's power and the secrets of the Force.[11]

 
A Mandalorian Crusader
Added by PyRoNow allied with the Sith and Krath forces, the Mandalorian Crusaders joined in an attack on the Republic shipyards in orbit around Foerost. Mandalore the Indomitable led his warriors through the corridors of Foerost's command station, destroying all opposition before him. With the combined coordination of the space forces and the Mandalorians, Qel-Droma was able to quickly and decisively capture the Foerost shipyards, as well as the three hundred Republic starships that had been docked there.[14] With their newly-acquired flotilla and the Republic fleet chasing false leads to the jump station at Kemplex IX, Qel-Droma and the Mandalorians invaded Coruscant. Basilisk war droids rained down on the planet from space, and the Mandalorian Crusaders poured into Galactic City. Qel-Droma was betrayed by the Krath witch Aleema Keto, who ordered a retreat of their forces and abandoning Qel-Droma to the Jedi; claiming the Sith Lord had died, Keto was able to sway Mandalore the Indomitable to pledge his loyalty to her.[14] Upon finding out the truth of Keto's betrayal, the Mand'alor feigned loyalty and sent his Crusaders with her latest attack force while he personally boarded his shuttle and journeyed to Yavin 4 to seek the aid of Exar Kun. Arriving at the jungle moon, Mandalore explained to Kun what Aleema had done, and asked the Dark Lord of the Sith to lend him aid in rescuing Ulic from execution. Though Kun had warned Ulic that attacking Coruscant would end badly, he agreed to help Mandalore in rescuing his apprentice. Storming the Senate Building with Kun, Mand'alor rescued Qel-Droma and warned him of Keto's treachery.[14]

 
As the Mand'alor falls, a new Mand'alor rises to take his place.
Added by RedemptionAfter Keto had been dealt with by Qel-Droma, Mandalore the Indomitable had been tasked with capturing the Iziz Royal Palace on Onderon for the Sith. Ordering his fleet carriers to hold position in orbit over the planet, the Mandalorian Crusaders swarmed down atop their war droid mounts toward the city of Iziz. A vicious aerial battle ensued as the Crusaders and their Basilisks clashed against the Onderonian Beast Riders and their flying Drexls.[14] During the fight, the Beast Riders managed to get a call out to the Republic, explaining that the Mandalorians were attacking and requesting immediate assistance. It wasn't long before a Republic fleet, led by Fleet Captain Orley Vanicus, arrived to combat the Crusader attack. Realizing that the fight was over when he witnessed the destruction of his orbiting fleet carriers, Mand'alor wagered that there was still a chance to lead his Crusaders to safety; ordering his warriors to retreat from Onderon and make their way to the moon of Dxun—the atmosphere of which was currently touching Onderon's—Mand'alor planned to lose their pursuers in the moon's dense jungle. During their retreat, Mand'alor's personal Basilisk war droid was hit by enemy fire and he crashed on the surface of Dxun, separated from the other Crusaders. Pulling himself from his war droid's wreckage, the Mand'alor soon found himself surrounded by a number of dangerous beasts native to Dxun's jungles. Though he fought the creatures, Mandalore the Indomitable was eventually overcome slain by the beasts.[14] While combing the jungles for their downed leader, a Mandalorian Crusader came upon the Mand'alor's mask and, in accordance with Mandalorian tradition, claimed the mask as his own to become the new Mand'alor.[10]

The Mandalorian Wars Main article: Mandalorian Wars
"The Sith came to us with an offer—to fight a worthy enemy in a battle that would be remembered forever."
―Canderous Ordo[src]
 
Mandalore the Ultimate, and his lieutenant Cassus Fett
Added by RedemptionDuring the next twenty years, peace prevailed and the galaxy began to slowly recover from the damage inflicted during the war,[15] entering an era of rebuilding and renewal known as the Restoration period.[5] On the Mandalorian side, the new Mand'alor—going by the title of "Mandalore the Ultimate"—undertook the task of rebuilding the Mandalorian clans that had been greatly diminished in the war. With many of the original Mandalorian species, the Taung, now dead, Mandalore the Ultimate aggressively expanded his recruiting efforts, welcoming members of all alien descent into the Mandalorian culture.[5][1] To this end, the Mandalorians established bases such as Unity, constructed under the planetary crust of Caillte. While primarily built to serve as a forward supply post, under Feruun Lern it also became a recruitment center where numerous individuals were invited to learn the Mandalorian ways and become new Mandalorian warriors.[16] As a result, the Mandalorian ranks swelled with an influx of warriors from countless worlds. In an effort to help cohesion and uphold order among the motley ranks, a new generation of more uniform armor was implemented at the suggestion of the Mand'alor's closest advisor, Cassus Fett,[17] thus forming a powerful new generation of warriors known as the Neo-Crusaders.[5][1] However, as many Mandalorians rebuit, ten years after the end of the Great Sith War, dozens of Mandalorians were unjustly arrested and executed after a psychotic bounty hunter named Jigger Wraith preyed upon innocents using rare Mandalorian weaponry.[18] At the same time, Antos Wyrick continued his research into the Jedi and the Force, constructing the New Generation Academy on Osadia where he attempted to form a sect of Force-using Mandalorians called the Mandalorian Knights. In a deal with the Crucible slave-trading organizion, the ruthless Zeltron traded his own daughter for more test subjects. But the Crucible would return while Wyrick was away, raiding the school and capturing its students. His experiments ruined, Wyrick rejoined the Mandalorians under the psuedonym of "Doctor Demagol".[11]

 
The Neo-Crusaders begin to strike at outlying worlds, beyond the Republic's borders
Added by RedemptionIn the decades since their defeat in the Great Sith War, many Mandalorians had become convinced that their once-prophesized "Great Last Battle" was soon to be at hand.[1] Emboldened by an element of the "True Sith" in hiding,[18] Mandalore the Ultimate launched a campaign into the Outer Rim, on the edge of Republic space.[19] Conquering serveral independant planets outside of the Republic's interests, the Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders were able to amass a clan territory larger than that ruled by the Hutts in the short span of a decade.[10][1] During this period of aggressive expansion, the Neo-Crusaders conquered the planet Cathar in an operation headed by Cassus Fett. Though already defeated, Fett herded what remained of the Cathar species after the battle, out into the sea and—although he was opposed by the outcry of a single Mandalorian female—gave the order to kill them all, and the Mandalorian traitor with them, as retribution for the Cathar's actions against the Mandalorians in the past.[20] In the end, the Mandalorians had wiped out over ninety percent of the species.[4] As the Republic refused to get involved in the Mandalorians' conquests, wary of being dragged into another war so soon after the last, the Mandalorians plundered resources from conquered worlds and stockpiled them in order to fuel the growing campaign. With each victory in this ongoing series of proxy wars and border skirmishes, the Mandalorian clans grew more powerful, conscripting conquered species into their ranks as they probed the Republic's military strength and resolve.[5] Just as it appeared as though the Neo-Crusaders' appetite for conquest had been satisfied, with the Mandalorians having failed to conquer a populated system in over a year by 3,964 BBY, the Mandalorians struck out in force against the Republic.[21] Striking swiftly from their outpost on Dxun, Onderon quickly fell to the Mandalorians,[22] and it wasn't long before the likes of Vanquo and Taris soon joined it. The victory on Suurja gained serveral Jedi prisoners that were taken to a research station on Flashpoint to be experimented on by Demagol.[23] The Jedi would be freed, although Demagol managed to escape in the guise of the renegade Mandalorian known as Rohlan Dyre, leaving Dyre behind for capture in his stead.[11]

 
The Mandalorians slaughter the helpless Cathar
Added by RedemptionOn the planet Serroco, the Republic military made the mistake of placing its defensive fortifications within the cities of the native Stereb, believing that the Mandalorians would not attack their bases housed amidst a civilian population. Unfortunately, the Mandalorians soon disuades them of this notion; disgusted by what he deemed a "defense without honor", Mandalore the Ultimate ordered a full-scale bombardment with nuclear weapons, destroying twenty-seven population centers.[18][24] Neither Duro or Eres III would fare much better in the face of the continuing Mandalorian onslaught.[22] Lord Arkoh Adasca of Arkania and the head of Adascorp, offered to sell a devastating bioweapon to the Mandalorians in the form of the enormous exogorths, under the agreement that the Mandalorians would spare Arkania from their crusade and adopt Adascorp as their main weapon supplier. Before the Mand'alor could arrange the deal, the exogorths were drawn out to Wild Space by Gorman Vandrayk, where neither the Mandalorians nor the Republic would be able to use them.[17] Setting their sights on Alderaan as the target of their next conquest, the Mandalorians amassed their forces on the recently conquered planet of Jebble. At the same time, Demagol's former assistant, Pulsipher, had come into possession of the ancient Sith amulet known as the Muur Talisman. With it, Pulsipher unknowingly unleashed the Rakghoul Plague across their base, transforming Neo-Crusaders into the beastly Rakghouls. In order to prevent the spread of the plague to other worlds, Cassus Fett ordered the base on Jebble to be destroyed, ordering a nuclear bombardment not unlike that which occurred on Serroco.[25]

 
Taking up the mask of the fallen Mandalorian woman, Revan swears to stop the Mandalorians.
Added by RedemptionThe Mandalorians seemed on the verge of victory, with the Republic outmatched and overwhelmed by the sheer ferocity of the Mandalorian tactics.[10] Finally, when the Jedi Revanchists unveiled the true events of the Cathar genocide in a tragic vision, hundreds of Jedi followed the Knights Revan and Malak into the war against the Mandalorians, no longer able to stand back and watch without action. Revan proved to be an extremely capable commander in the field, masterminding a string of military victories, and rose swiftly through the ranks of the Republic Military; with his new-found authority to spearhead the Republic war effort, Revan spurred the all-but-defeated Republic Navy to push the Mandalorians back. In relatively short order, the Mandalorians were forced off of Taris, driven from Dxun—even Cassus Fett's victory at Jaga's Cluster could do little to halt the Republic's growing momentum.[10] The year 3,960 BBY would usher in the ultimate battle of the Mandalorian Wars, as Revan forced a confrontation with the Mandalorians in orbit over Malachor V.[18] Drawing upon the dark side energies of Malachor, Revan faced off against Mandalore the Ultimate in single combat, slaying the Mand'alor.[10] The experimental superweapon known as the Mass Shadow Generator was activated by one of Revan's Jedi Generals, destroying the Mandalorian fleet, but at the cost of a significant amount of the Republic fleet as well. With their fleet in ruins and their leader dead, the Mandalorians transmitted their unconditional surrender.[22]

The Dark Wars"Times have changed now. The Mandalore clans have been scattered across the Outer Rim, the Republic is in decline and the Sith Empire raises to take it's place. The clans as they were aren't a threat, but the galaxy still fears us. Ha! People think we war out of spite, or bloodlust. They don't understand, and fear that."
―Canderous Ordo[src]
 
Sherruk, Mandalorian warrior turned bandit
Added by RedemptionFollowing their defeat at the end of the Mandalorian Wars, Revan stripped the Mandalorians of their armor and destroyed their stockpiles of weaponry, along with the war droids they'd ridden into battle upon. He also took the mask of Mand'alor, the relic that had been passed from one Mand'alor to the next and without it, a new leader could not be declared. With no Mand'alor, the Mandalorian clans fragmented and scattered throughout the Outer Rim.[18] Beaten and embittered, many of the scattered Mandalorians took up professions as bounty hunters and mercenaries in order to make a living. Known informally as Mandalorian Mercs, these Mandalorians sold their skills to the highest bidder with morality a distant second-thought to credits.[1] Some, like Gorse Bendak, became gladiators on worlds such as Taris,[18] and Geonosis.[26] Worse still, others became pirates and bandits, troubling settlers on worlds such as Dantooine.[18]

 
Canderous Ordo was one of the earliest Mandalorian mercenaries
Added by JingerBut far too soon after the last, the galaxy found itself entangled in another war, one featuring Revan's return to the galactic scene as a newly-turned Sith Lord, with his apprentice, Darth Malak, at his side. The rechristened "Darth Revan" turned the galaxy on itself in his attempt to claim the power of the Rakatan artifact known as the Star Forge. Revan would be captured by the Jedi, however, and his memories of his days as a Sith erased. It was during the travels of this redeemed Revan, that he met the Mandalorian warrior by the name of Canderous Ordo.[18] Ordo was a former Mandalorian Crusader who had survived the Great Sith War, joined the Neo-Crusader ranks as a battle tactician, and went on to become a mercenary following the end of the Mandalorian Wars.[1] Tired of his mercenary life on Taris, Ordo traveled with Revan on his mission to stop Darth Malak and his Sith Empire, seeking greater battle worthy of his skill. During their travels, Ordo came upon Sherruk and his group, Mandalorian warriors who had descended into a lowly bandit, harassing settlers on Dantooine; Sherruk and his companions would fall to Revan's blade, though not without putting up a substantial fight.[18] They would also come upon Mandalorian poachers on Kashyyyk, preying on Wookiees in the region known as the Shadowlands, and a small Mandalorian contingent on Lehon. Revan would go on to succeed in stopping Darth Malak, destroying the Star Forge and ending the war in the process.[18] But afterward, Revan would disappear from the galaxy, seeking out the "True Sith" that he believed lurked in the Unknown Regions. Before he did, though, Revan—his memories of who he was and had been, returned—gave the mask of Mand'alor that he had claimed upon defeating Mandalore the Ultimate, to Ordo, with instructions to reunite the scattered Mandalorian clans. Revan also informed Ordo that it had been the Sith behind Mandalore the Ultimate's decision to go to war with the Republic.[22]

 
Canderous Ordo became Mandalore the Preserver, uniting the Mandalorian clans
Added by JingerWith the Mand'alor's mask now back in Mandalorian hands, Canderous Ordo became the new Mand'alor, taking the name "Mandalore the Preserver". During his quest to reunite the clans, Ordo came upon what may have been one of the last remaining Taung in the galaxy. This Taung, already dying when Ordo found him, claimed that Mandalore the Ultimate had usurped the title of Mand'alor with Sith assistance, and that he was the true heir of Mandalore the Indomitable. Before succumbing to death, this Taung warrior consigned his armor and clan to Ordo, asking that he carry on their traditions; Ordo wore the armor as his own and incorporated the mask of Mand'alor into the Taung's helmet.[5] As Mand'alor, Ordo summoned the Mandalorians to the old Neo-Crusader outpost on Dxun, intent on rebuilding their forces there under the banner of Clan Ordo. However, not all would heed the Mand'alor's call: Esok, the leader of a Mandalorian clan living on Dantooine at the time, tried to overthrow Ordo with the intention of becoming Mand'alor himself, though he would fail to defeat Ordo and die at the Mand'alor's hand. Following the battle, the remainder of Esok's clan agreed to follow Ordo, joining the likes of such warriors as Kelborn, Bralor, and Xarga on Onderon's jungle moon.[22] Ordo and his Mandalorians would host former Jedi General of Revan's, known at this point as the Jedi Exile, when her ship was forced to land on Dxun after being attacked over Onderon. Ordo agreed to provide the Exile with transport to Onderon, and later allied with her in her battle against the Sith Triumvirate, in order to combat the threat they posed to his efforts to reunite the Mandalorians. The Mandalorians would enter the Onderon Civil War during the Second Battle of Onderon, siding with Queen Talia's forces and defeating the rogue general, Vaklu and his troops. They also took control of Freedon Nadd's tomb from the Sith presence sent by Darth Nihilus to back Vaklu's coup. The Mandalorians and Mand'alor Ordo would come to the Republic's aid again during the Battle of Telos IV, engaging the Sith fleet alongside Admiral Carth Onasi. The Mandalorians boarded Darth Nihilus' flagship, the Ravager, and Ordo fought the Sith Lord at the Jedi Exile's side. Once Nihilus was dead, the Mandalorians detonated proton charges they'd planted, destroying the ship.[22]

The Great Galactic War
A new Mand'alor comes to power, rising from the gladiator pits of Geonosis
Added by Imperialles"Mandalore's call was simple: to confront the galaxy's greatest challenge and fight the legendary Knights of the Jedi Order."
―Gnost-Dural — Listen (file info)[src]
Despite Canderous Ordo's attempts to unite the scattered clans during his time as Mand'alor, the Mandalorians would remain fragmented for nearly three centuries. That would change in the year 3,661 BBY, after the Sith Empire made an unforeseen return to the galaxy. In their war against the Republic, the Sith turned to the Mandalorians for aid, attempting to recruit the galaxy's most infamous mercenaries and bounty hunters to their cause. However, when most refused these offers, the Sith Empire decided upon a different course of action: on Geonosis, a successful young Mandalorian gladiator was chosen by Imperial Intelligence agents as a potential pawn. Working the crowds with whispers of "Mandalore" that grew into thunderous cheers, and drugging his opponents into submission, the Empire ensured that their chosen warrior would win every bout until the title of Mand'alor was thrust upon him.[27] When the new Mand'alor called, many of the Mandalorians living in diaspora rallied to him as their culture's tenets dictated, following him in his fight against the knights of the Jedi Order.[26] But even as the Mandalorians gathered to serve their new leader, their leader still served the Sith Empire and it was under their orders that he led a Mandalorian blockade of the Hydian Way.[27] The Hydian Way was a major supply lane for the Republic, and blockaded, the Republic lost its ability to provide military support to its forces in the Outer Rim and to bring in raw goods to the Core Worlds. The Jedi answered the Mandalorians' challenge, striking back at the blockade, but the Mandalorian cruisers overwhelmingly crushed the Jedi forces and would continue to choke the Republic until a large undertaking of smugglers led by Hylo Visz managed to finally break the blockade and deliver goods to Coruscant.[26]

With the blockade broken, the new Mand'alor—later known pejoratively as "Mandalore the Lesser"—sought to restore his support among the clans by calling for a galaxy-spanning competition for glory known as the Great Hunt. The champion of the Hunt, a Mandalorian warrior by the name of Artus, challenge the Mand'alor to a duel where he shot and killed the Imperial puppet. Taking his place as Mand'alor, Artus adopted the title of "Mandalore the Vindicated". In the process of consolidating his new power, Mand'alor quelled an uprising by a group of Mandalorians, led by Jicoln Cadera, who believed that the Mandalorians should follow in the footsteps of Mandalore the Preserver, supporting the Republic rather than the Sith Empire. Under Mandalore the Vindicated, the Mandalorians would continue to be the well-paid, albeit cautious, allies of the Sith.[28]

The New Sith Wars
Mandalorians attack the forces of the Sith during the New Sith Wars.
Added by QuentinGeorgeDuring the New Sith Wars, the Mandalorians would break from what many perceived to be a long-standing alliance, and waged war against the Sith. During the first quarter of the New Sith Wars,[4] one group of Mandalorians was approached by Jedi Master Murrtaggh. Murrtaggh offered a large amount of credits in order to enlist the Mandalorians' help in assaulting the camp of the mysterious Dark Lord of the Sith known as the Dark Underlord. The Mandalorians attacked the Sith camp on Malrev IV with a force of Lagartoz War Dragons, and numerous soldiers equipped with Mandalorian battle harnesses.[1] The Mandalorians would draw the forces of the Dark Underlord's general, allowing Master Murrtaggh to infiltrate the Underlord's fortress where he slew the Sith Lord in combat, but fell to the dark side in the process.[29]

At another point during or prior to the New Sith Wars, the Mandalorian training master, Jaing—a former Neo-Crusader Shock Trooper from the Mandalorian Wars[13]—found a young Gen'Dai by the name of Durge. Jaing took Durge into his care, becoming a mentor to the Gen'Dai and teaching him the ways of the Mandalorians.[30] Sometime later, after Jaing had abandoned the Mandalorians due to what he felt was a lack of honor, Jaing and Durge came into contact with a cyberneticist who offered to to implant the two with advanced cybernetics, restoring Jaing's youthful strength and speed, while simply increasing Durge's own incredible physical capabilities. The operation was a success for each, turning the two warriors into powerful cyborgs, and in return for this upgrade, the doctor who had performed the surgery asked only one thing in return: protection from the Mandalorians loyal to Mand'alor Ung Kusp, Mandalorians in the employ of a Sith faction seeking to re-obtain the Sith artifact the doctor had stolen from them. These Mandalorians attacked the doctor's laboratory moments later, during which the doctor's assistant was killed, and Jaing mortally wounded by a thermal detonator. Before the Mandalorian leading the assault could finish Jaing, Durge brutally massacred the Mandalorians responsible for nearly killing his mentor, even going after the Mandalorians once they retreated. As Jaing lay dying, the doctor revealed to him that together they had set the stage for a war between the Mandalorians and the Sith.[30]

Cultural shift
The New Mandalorians
Added by JMASIn approximately 730 BBY, following a significant growth in Mandalorian militancy that alarmed the Republic and its Jedi protectors, a brief and targeted conflict broke out between the Republic and the Mandalorians that brought devastation to the Mandalore sector. While many of the warrior clans scattered, out of the ashes rose the New Mandalorian faction. Doing away with many of the old warrior codes the Mandalorians had historically followed, the New Mandalorians put forward the idea that the best opportunity for Mandalorian survival and prosperity would come through being peaceful, neutral, and tolerant.[4] Clinging strongly to this belief in pacifism, nonviolence became a central tenet in their society. Upon instituting these changes, any of the Mandalorians in their society who refused the reform and insisted upon carrying on their warrior ways, were banished to Mandalore's moon, Concordia.[2] Traditional Mandalorian armor became a rare sight in the New Mandalorian capital city of Sundari,[2] and on the neighboring world of Kalevala, known to be a stronghold for the New Mandalorians.[4]

Although a large number of Mandalorians joined in the New Mandalorian movement, other clans chose to continue on the path they'd walked for centuries. Approximately 200 BBY, the Mandalorians were responsible for the genocide of the Ithullan race.[1] Almost a hundred years later, the reigning Mand'alor of the time was murdered by the Gen'Dai bounty hunter, Durge, in his ongoing quest of vengeance against the Mandalorians for the death of his mentor, Jaing. In retaliation, the Mandalorians captured and tortured Durge to the edge of insanity; the bounty hunter managed to escape his Mandalorian captors, but it would take him the better part of a century to regenerate from his wounds.[31] At some point in this era, Ranah Teh Naast became Mand'alor, known by the sobriquet of "Mandalore the Destroyer". She led a siege of Luon, giving the Consul of Luon a final chance to surrender before attacking.[32] It was also likely around this time that a group of Mandalorians killed the family of a Wookiee by the name of Ryyk.[33]

 
Tor Vizsla, the founder of the Death Watch
Added by JMASIn the year 60 BBY, a charismatic Mandalorian warrior by the name of Jaster Mereel ascended to the position of Mand'alor. In this role, he began to institute a cultural reform that many had been calling for since the Ithullan genocide nearly a century and a half earlier,[1] eventually laying out a new guideline for Mandalorian behavior known as the Supercommando Codex.[10] He asserted that the Mandalorians who still wished to fight would simply act as highly-paid soldiers, and should conduct themselves as honorable mercenaries. However, not all would agree with the Codex or Mereel's reforms. He was opposed by the followers of the barbaric Tor Vizsla, who desired a return to brutal savagery and the instigation of another galactic war of conquest. Skilled but undisciplined, these soldiers rallied to Vizsla and formed a splinter group that came to call itself the Death Watch, while those supercommandos who remained loyal to Mereel recast themselves as the "True Mandalorians".[34] While Death Watch's goals were quite opposite to those of the New Mandalorians', they could not support Mereel's faction either, for despite his reforms, any act of Mandalorian violence was fundamentally against what the New Mandalorians stood for. While they remained neutral and removed from the conflict, the True Mandalorians and the Death Watch became embroiled in a bitter civil war.[4]

The Mandalorian Civil War"No true Mandalorian can live alongside the Death Watch."
―Kal Skirata[src]
 
Jaster Mereel, fighter for Mandalorian reform
Added by RedemptionThe Mandalorian Civil War, as it came to be known, swallowed up Mandalore's full-time army and several prominent clans, but the two factions were relatively small in comparison to the overall Mandalorian population. Mandalorians living away from Mandalore were scarcely affected, even those in the Mandalore sector. However, the ideological differences between Tor Vizsla and Jaster Mereel were central to the war and the path the Mandalorians would take for the foreseeable future.[32] In the year 58 BBY, the Mandalorian Civil War spilled onto the agricultural world of Concord Dawn. During the fighting, Jaster Mereel and his soldiers were forced to retreat and seek refuge from the Death Watch on the farm of a local Journeyman Protector by the name of Fett. When the Death Watch found out Fett had been hiding their enemies, Vizsla brutally interrogated the man in front of his young son, Jango. Before Vizsla could kill the farmer, who refused to give up Mereel and his men, Fett's wife opened fire on the Death Watch with a blaster rifle. In the resulting chaos, both Fett and his wife were killed, although Mereel managed to rescue young Jango from the Death Watch. As the True Mandalorians fled into the fields, Vizsla ordered that they be burned to the ground in attempt to kill Mereel as he ran; Jango showed the Mandalorians to a large irrigation pipe that allowed them to escape the blaze,[34] while Vizsla and his men ransacked Fett's home and kidnapped Jango's sister, Arla.[35] Believing their enemies dead, the Death Watch moved into a nearby town for a celebratory raid before moving on to their next target. Unfortunately for them, the True Mandalorians had regrouped in the town and sprang an ambush on the unsuspecting Death Watch. Striking from protected alleyways and second-story windows, the True Mandalorians struck down nearly every Death Watch soldier there. However, Vizsla would manage to survive an attack on his armored speeder and escape Concord Dawn. His parents dead, Jango Fett was taken in by Jaster Mereel, joining the Mandalorians as Mereel's adopted son.[34]

 
On Korda 6, the Death Watch springs an ambush on the True Mandalorians
Added by RedemptionSix years later, in 52 BBY, the True Mandalorians believed the threat of the Death Watch to be over and returned their focus to acting as a mercenary army. Contracted by the Korda Defense Force, the True Mandalorians journeyed to Korda 6 to extract a team of rookie security personnel pinned down under fire by a group of local hostiles, supposedly poorly armed and with no formal army.[36] Unfortunately, the intelligence reports were grossly inaccurate: when the Mandalorians landed, they came under heavy fire from the Kordan natives and in the resulting battle, took heavy casualties. Jaster Mereel ordered a retreat, but his second-in-command, Montross, refused and insisted they press on. When he was injured in a grenade strike, it was up to Mereel to provide rescue, killing no less than three enemy Kordan in the process. At the same time, Jango had used Montross' ill-guided attack as a diversion in order to move on the location of their original objective, the Kordan security team. But when he and his squad reached the site, they instead found a Death Watch ambush awaiting them. As Jango's troops fought back the Death Watch, Mereel and Montross came under attack from Vizsla himself. Mereel was wounded in a grenade blast that Montross used his jetpack to avoid, but when the injured Mand'alor called to him for an air lift, Montross turned his back on Mereel and left him to die on the battlefield, stating that he no longer wished to take orders from Mereel.[36] Betrayed and abandoned, Mereel was helpless to defend himself and perished as Vizsla rained down laser cannon fire from his four-wheeled tank, killing his hated rival. At the Mandalorians' landing zone, Montross now urged the Mandalorians to heed Mereel's final orders and pull out, claiming that Mereel was dead and that Jango had perished trying to save him. However, Fett returned to the landing zone carrying with him Mereel's body, exposing Montross as a liar and a traitor. When Montross insisted that Mereel would have wanted him to take command, the other Mandalorians denounced Montross at blaster point and declared that they would only follow Fett, Jaster Mereel's chosen heir. Montross was grudgingly allowed to leave, slipping off into exile, while Jango became the new Mand'alor and leader of the True Mandalorians.[36]

 
The True Mandalorians fighting on Galidraan
Added by RedemptionUnder Fett's leadership, the True Mandalorians scored a significant victory against the Death Watch in the years leading up to 44 BBY, that left the Death Watch severely crippled.[37] But rather than concede defeat, Vizsla turned to the Governor of Galidraan for refuge and his assistance in rebuilding the Death Watch. As per Vizsla's plan, the governor contracted the True Mandalorians to put down a local insurrection. The True Mandalorians traveled to Galidraan where they dealt with the rebels, and upon completion of their task, Fett went to the governor's estate to collect their payment; by that time, however, the governor had already contacted the Jedi Council with a request for aid, claiming that the Mandalorians were murdering "political activists" along with innocent women and children. In response to the governor's concerns over the lack of evidence, Vizsla assured him that his own men would supply the necessary body count.[37] Fett had become aware of the governor's involvement with the Death Watch and while there, demanded to know the whereabouts of Vizsla. At that moment, Vizsla revealed himself there in the castle and attacked Fett with a cadre of Death Watch soldiers, forcing him to flee.[37] Fett rushed to make it back to base camp, trying unsuccessfully to comm his second-in-command, Myles, and warn him of the inbound Jedi ships he'd spotted, but he arrived at the same time as a Jedi strike team lead by Jedi Master Dooku. Demanding that the Mandalorians stand down on charges of suspected murder, the innocent Mandalorians indignantly opened fire on the Jedi. In the ensuing shootout, eleven Jedi were killed—six of which were felled by Fett himself, following the death of Myles—along with every other True Mandalorian there, save for Fett himself.[37]

In the battle's aftermath, the Jedi delivered the subdued Fett into the custody of Galidraan's governor, who in turn sold Fett into slavery. Though it seemed the Death Watch had won the war—successfully manipulating the Jedi into destroying their enemy for them—after several years spent aboard a spice transport in bound servitude, Fett managed to escape, recover his armor from the Governor of Galidraan, and track Vizsla's ship to Corellia where he killed Vizsla after a lengthy fight, avenging the True Mandalorians and dealing the final blow of the war.[38] The remaining Death Watch members scattered, vanishing from the galaxy at large under the Mandalorian principle of ba'slan shev'la, or "strategic disappearance".[32] Fett, scarred by the loss of his True Mandalorian compatriots and his years as a slave, grew distant from the rest of his people and his role as Mand'alor, turning instead toward the solitary life of a bounty hunter. As such, Mandalore's post-war reconstruction fell largely upon the New Mandalorian government, now under the leadership of Kalevala native, Duchess Satine Kryze.[39]

The Clone WarsThe Grand Army of the Republic"I think it's significant that the casualty rate among commando squads trained by Mandalorians is lower than those trained by other races. Somehow, Mandalorians imbue their charges with a sense of purpose, self-confidence, and almost obsessive sense of clan—of family—that gives them a genuine survival advantage. Let us be thankful they're on our side this time."
―Jedi Master Arligan Zey, Director of the Grand Army's Special Operations Brigade[src]
 
The clones of Jango Fett
Added by KlowIn 32 BBY, Jango Fett was recruited by Darth Tyranus—in truth the former Jedi Master Dooku, now a Count of his homeworld of Serenno and a Sith Lord—to be the genetic template for an army of clones being grown on Kamino for the Republic. In addition to donating his genetic material, Fett would stay on with the Kaminoans as a military consultant for the Grand Army of the Republic, passing on many aspects of the Mandalorian culture to his clones; he assisted in the design of the armor worn by the clone troopers, evident in the similarities between their armor and Fett's own, including the distinctive T-visor of their helmets.[40] Fett also helped to create the flash training regiment used to instruct all of the young clones, including in it the traditional Mandalorian song Vode An as a useful tool to help instill within them a sense of purpose, modifying it slightly in order to give it meaning for soldiers serving the Republic.[41][35] While Fett trained the Alpha-class ARC troopers personally, he recruited a team of one hundred other training sergeants collectively known as the Cuy'val Dar—seventy-five of whom were other Mandalorians—to train the Grand Army's clone commandos.[42] These Mandalorian sergeants, including the likes of Walon Vau, Kal Skirata, and Rav Bralor, were responsible for a massive influx of Mandalorian culture into the clone ranks. Several clones took Mandalorian names for themselves, while others appropriated Mandalorian slang and curses. Others took to Mandalorian songs and chants, like the Dha Werda Verda, as morale boosters.[41] Kal Skirata made a point of teaching his clones about their Mandalorian heritage, and even adopted the six Null ARC troopers and several commandos as his sons per Mandalorian custom.[35] Some clones, however, did not take to their Mandalorian heritage and even came to resent it after Mandalore aligned itself with the Confederacy of Independent Systems and began fighting against the Republic and its clone army.[43] In addition to those clones produced professionally for the Grand Army, Jango Fett had also commissioned a single clone for himself, possessing none of the genetic modification found in the standard clone troopers, who would act as his son and heir.[41][44] Fett's son, Boba, would go on to have a major impact on Mandalorian history.[45][46][47]

Mandalorian influence within the Grand Army began to wane with the production of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine's second clone army. Created on Coruscant and it's moon, Centax-2, these troopers were bred using Spaarti cloning cylinders, reaching maturity within a year and received a shortened flash-training regime which resulted in the loss of their Mandalorian heritage and less proficiency in key areas such as marksmanship.[35] Under the Galactic Empire, the clones' Mandalorian heritage was gradually phased out as future clones were grown from a variety of other genetic templates.[48] However, following the Clone Wars' end, many clones deserted and fled to Mandalore, where Kal Skirata had set up a haven for clones who wished to leave Republic/Imperial service for a new life.[35][32]

Mandalorian peace under fire"For generations my ancestors fought proudly as warriors against the Jedi. Now, that woman tarnishes the very name Mandalorian."
―Pre Vizsla, speaking about Duchess Satine Kryze[src]
 
Duchess Satine Kryze, leader of the New Mandalorians
Added by CC7567By 22 BBY,[49] the Republic had come to accept the peaceful New Mandalorian government as the dominant Mandalorian faction, and Mandalore had been welcomed as a Republic member world, represented in the Senate by Senator Tal Merrik. Under the New Mandalorian government, many areas of Mandalore including the New Mandalorian capital of Sundari, had flourished,[2] yet some more neglected provinces still remained destitute and starving for funds.[1] When the Clone Wars had broken out between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independant Systems, the leader of the New Mandalorians, Duchess Satine Kryze, declared Mandalore neutral. Over a decade after the loss of their leader and their subsequent fragmentation at the end of the Mandalorian Civil War, it was into this environment that the Death Watch made a return to the galactic scene. Unlike the other clans who merely stood apart from the New Mandalorians, the Death Watch despised the peace-loving government the New Mandalorians had established, viewing it as weak, and Kryze as a disgrace to all Mandalorians for her pacifist views.[2] They allied with Count Dooku—now leading the Confederacy of Independant Systems—to gain the means necessary to remove them from power. The Death Watch sent an operative to conduct an attack on a Republic cruiser, while spreading rumors that the New Mandalorians were secretly raising an army to fight for the Separatists. When these rumors reached Republic ears, the Jedi Council dispatched Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi to Mandalore to investigate the validity of these claims. Landing in Sundari, Kenobi met with Duchess Kryze and the New Mandalorians' Prime Minister, Almec, to discuss Mandalore's stance in the war.[2]

 
The return of the Death Watch
Added by JMASKenobi and Kryze were old friends, having met years earlier when Kenobi and his master had been sent to Mandalore in the months after the end of the Mandalorian Civil War, to protect the Duchess from lingering Death Watch insurgents and bounty hunters.[39] During the course of his investigation, Kenobi bore witness to the Death Watch's bombing of the memorial shrine at the heart of Sundari. When he attempted to apprehend the culprit, the man chose to commit suicide by leaping from a balcony Kenobi had trapped him on. As he lay dying, Kryze stooped to comfort him and listened to his final words; spoken in the Concordian dialect, Kenobi turned his investigation toward Mandalore's moon, Concordia.[2] While welcomed by Concordia's governor, Pre Vizsla, Kenobi arranged for Kryze to distract Vizsla while he investigated the moon's abandoned mines. There, he found that the mines were not abandoned at all, but actually quite active, churning out helmets, jetpacks, and sets of Mandalorian armor for the Death Watch. Kenobi was attacked by a pair of Death Watch soldiers, and knocked unconscious. Though Kryze managed to rescue Kenobi, they inadvertantly stumbled upon the Death Watch's hideout where the benevolent Governor Vizsla revealed himself to be leading the Death Watch. A battle ensued between Kenobi and Vizsla, ending with Kenobi and Kryze's retreat when Vizsla's troops stepped in to attack the Jedi Master.[2]

 
Pre Vizsla and his assembled Death Watch army
Added by CC7567With the Death Watch's plot revealed, the Republic Senate began to draft a defense initiative that would send a contingent of the Republic's Grand Army to occupy Mandalore as a peacekeeping force. The New Mandalorian government was highly opposed to the idea, wishing to maintain its neutral status instead of becoming a military target in the war, and Kryze journeyed to Coruscant aboard her private starship with Senator Merrik and a retinue of other sympathetic senators—along with an escort comprised of Kenobi, his former Padawan Anakin Skywalker, and a detail of clone troopers—to plead the case before the Senate that the Death Watch was a rogue element, and did not speak for the whole of Mandalore's population.[50] During the trip, Merrik proved himself a traitor to the New Mandalorian cause and an ally of Pre Vizsla when he attempted to have Kryze killed, although this plan was foiled by her protectors, and Merrik slain by Skywalker.[39] On Concordia, Death Watch soldiers new and old rallied to Pre Vizsla and, in conjunction with Confederacy forces donated by Count Dooku, formed an army poised to "defend" Mandalore against the Republic's occupation, believing that the Republic's unwanted presence would sway the population in support of the Death Watch. On Coruscant, things seemed grim for Kryze as falsified testimony from New Mandalorian Deputy Prime Minister Jerec turned the Senate against her, and a Death Watch assassin made repeated attempts on her life. But when Jerec's genuine testimony, proclaiming the truth of the situation on Mandalore, was uncovered and brought before the Senate, the occupation initiative was overturned and Mandalore allowed to remain an independent and neutral world. When the news reached Pre Vizsla he prepared to launch an attack in spite of these events, intent on overthrowing the New Mandalorian government, but Dooku was able to convince him to instead wait and bide his time, knowing that to strike then would be to endure another devastating Death Watch defeat.[50]

Resurrection"So, who's to know whether Jango had more than one son or not, or even how old he is? Come on now, Spar, it's time to be doing your bit for Manda'yaim. You don't have to lift a finger. Just act like Fett's heir while we sort ourselves out, so everyone knows we're still in business."
―Fenn Shysa[src]
 
The Mandalorian Protectors
Added by JMASIn the years leading up to the Republic's clone army first being deployed at the Battle of Geonosis, an elite ARC trooper known as Alpha-Ř2 began to experience headaches, backaches, and, most extraordinarily, memories of Jango Fett's life[1]—or so he claimed.[35] Whether he possessed the memories of Fett or not, the ARC trooper known by the nickname "Spar", developed a friendship with Doctor Mij Gilamar after repeated visits to his Tipoca City offices. Gilamar, one of the Mandalorian Cuy'val Dar training sergeants and a medic who also tended to the clones, learned of Spar's interest in deserting the Grand Army and getting off Kamino. To that end, he called in a favor owed to him by Fett, and Spar was smuggled off-world in the cargo hold of Fett's ship, Slave I.[35] While at first taking odd jobs as he traveled the galaxy, specializing in capturing live bounties,[35] when Jango Fett was killed at Geonosis, Spar journeyed to Mandalore. There he met a local constable and clan chieftain by the name of Fenn Shysa. Shysa, who saw Jango Fett as a symbol of Mandalorian strength due to his infamous history as a bounty hunter and Jedi killer, convinced Spar to act as Fett's heir, a claim given credence by Spar's status as a clone and one Shysa spread across Mandalore.[35][1] Winning out over the New Mandalorian faction,[4] Spar became the new Mand'alor in 20 BBY, taking the sobriquet "Mandalore the Resurrector".[1] Spar overturned the New Mandalorians' position of neutrality for Mandalore,[4] instead allying with the Confederacy of Independent Systems in order to oppose a Republic he viewed as oppressive, and the Jedi Order whom he blamed for their part in destroying the True Mandalorians at Galidraan[1] and their willingness to lead the Grand Army.[35] The New Mandalorians would never manage to reclaim their lost dominance, and under Spar, dwindled in power while the other clans and Jaster Mereel's Supercommando Codex returned to prominence on Mandalore.[4]

 
The Mandalorian Protectors fighting in the Clone Wars
Added by Cull TremayneAs Mand'alor, Spar turned to the teachings of the Supercommando Codex and forged a new army of supercommandos in the image of the fallen True Mandalorians, which he dubbed the "Mandalorian Protectors". Numbering two-hundred and twelve-strong in total, the Protector army was comprised of recruits from the local police forces—including among them Shysa and Shya's lifelong friend, Tobbi Dala—even a dozen former members of the Death Watch.[9] Spar and his Protectors captured the facilities of the MandalMotors company in the Mandalorian capital city Keldabe for the Separatists, and put the Pursuer-class enforcement ship into use among his forces.[1] In memory of the Mandallian Giants that had been used by the Mandalorians on the front lines of the New Sith Wars, as well as Fenn Shysa's encounter with the droid C-3PX, Spar also commisioned the Separatist droid foundries to produce run of one thousand BL-series Battle Legionnaire droids to supplement his army.[51] Spar and the Mandalorian Protectors clashed with the Republic on several worlds. On New Holstice, the Protectors faced off against the Grand Army's 327th Star Corps and although they were driven to retreat, they brought the 327th down to 60 percent strength.[52] They fought on the planet Null, where they defeated the Republic soundly,[52][9] and on the snow-covered world of Zaadja.[9] When a prominent Separatist commander was killed, the Mandalorians and their Battle Legionnaire droids retaliated at New Bornalex and with an attack on Kamino that devastated a portion of the cloning facilities.[1]

Their deadly blitzkrieg came to an end when the Protectors were selected for a special mission. Darth Sidious, the secret leader behind the Confederacy, ordered the Protectors on a mission to the planet Norval II. The group's objective was to capture Senator Padmé Amidala of Naboo, but after arriving they were ambushed by Republic forces as part of a great deception engineered by Republic Supreme Chancellor Palpatine—the public alter-ego of Darth Sidious.[1] The Mandalorians were almost entirely wiped out, including nearly all their Battle Legionnaire droids.[51] Of their entire force, only three Mandalorians escaped the slaughter: Shysa, Dala, and Spar.[1][53] Shysa and the others returned home to Mandalore where a shell-shocked and psychologically scarred Spar stepped down from his position as Mand'alor, though Shysa would make repeated attempts to persuade Spar to reclaim the title.[35] Shysa believed that without a proper Mand'alor, the Mandalorians would look weak in the eyes of the galaxy, and he didn't want to create another gap that the Death Watch might attempt to fill. However, his attempts to sway Spar would be unsuccessful.[35]

The Dark Times"The Empire gutted us. You've got a short memory. Or maybe you were still in diapers when Shysa had to kick some pride back into us."
―Baltan Carid[src]
 
Fenn Shysa becomes Mand'alor, in the face of the Empire's occupation
Added by ImperiallesAs the Republic made it's transformation into the Galactic Empire and the Great Jedi Purge began, the newly-crowned Emperor Palpatine turned his sights on Mandalore. Appearing to forgive the Mandalorians for their actions during the Clone Wars, the Empire had begun offering mercenary work to the people and even offered a large sum of credits in order to lease land for the creation of an Imperial base with garrison on the planet.[35] Although there were those who believed any deal with the Empire to be a bad idea—such as Kal Skirata, who had gained a certain understanding of Palpatine's manipulative capabilities during his time in service to the Republic's Grand Army, and cited Palpatine's carefully planned destruction of the Jedi as proof that "Palpatine never did anything temporary in his life"—the Mandalorian clan leaders met and decided in favor of leasing the land to the Empire. However, as Imperial forces began to arrive, the post of Mand'alor that had been vacant since Spar stepped down, was reluctantly assumed by Fenn Shysa. Shysa had been a favorite among the Mandalorian people for becoming the next Mand'alor, but it was his negative feelings toward the Empire that influenced his decision: Shysa had been against allowing the Imperial garrison, but felt that should the clans turn the Empire's offer down, they would the much-needed credits and the Empire might well have came to Mandalore anyway, under much less friendly circumstances.[35]

 
Imperial forces set up a base in the City of Bone
Added by Darth OblivionIn the months prior to the Empire's arrival on Mandalore, an enterprising Mandalorian believed the planet had an untapped potential for adventure tourism. With that in mind, he constructed an oversized replica of a mythosaur skeleton on the outskirts of Keldabe, intending to build an amusement park in and around the structure. The park, which came to be known as the "City of Bone", never opened, but the Imperial commander in charge of the Mandalore operation—a human male from Kemla—was convinced by the creator of the park's brother, Hayar, and his friend Jarkyc, that the failed amusement park was actually an ancient Mandalorian temple of great spiritual importance to the people. Wishing to make a show of dominance toward the Mandalorian population, the Imperial commander actually bought the worthless structure and decided to locate the garrison withing the Mandalorian "temple". While the Mandalorians who'd profited from the exchange found the situation quite hilarious, the Empire now it's base and began to move in the garrison.[32] They were helped in this effort by the former Cuy'val Dar members Dred Priest and Isabet Reau.[32] Priest and Reau had been hardliners for years, believing in Mandalorian supremacy and the need for the Mandalorians to regain their lost martial strength through conquest,[35] but now they had found a place for their radical views among the ranks of the Death Watch, now in the employ of the Empire and on the return yet again.[32] As Reau and Priest helped the Imperials secure their base outside Keldabe, the Empire offered MandalMotors eight hundred million credits for exclusive mining rights in the Tokursh region, an area rich in beskar ore. In addition, the Empire was interested in acquring prison ships with beskar enhancements, refurbishing older model prison ships, and obtaining special beskar equipement, including beskar manacles and cages, for the ongoing Jedi Purge.[32] Priest was killed not long after his Death Watch ties became known; he was stabbed to death and his body dumped in the Kelita River by fellow ex-Cuy'val Dar Mij Gilamar, who believed that the Death Watch could not be allowed to return to Mandalore.[32]

It was around this time that the Empire showed itself as a true threat during a dispute with the planet Gibad. Gibad, a world that had been aligned with the Separatists prior to the Clone Wars' end, had refused to accept the new Empire. In response, Emperor Palpatine authorized the use of the FG36 nanovirus. Created by Gibadan native, Doctor Ovolot Qail Uthan, during her time working with the Separatists, the FG36 virus had been designed to kill the Republic's clone troopers by targetting the Fett genome and the inherent rapid-maturation gene they possessed.[32] Captured during the Clone Wars by a Republic commando squad,[42] Palpatine had kept the virus as insurance should he ever need to remove the Grand Army.[43] But he found that in its unfinished state, the virus could be released onto a world, killing every sentient being, and leaving its infrastructure intact—Gibad's ultimate fate. In order to ensure that Mandalore wouldn't share that same end, the Mandalorians of Clan Skirata—already holding Doctor Uthan for her assitance in reversing the rapid-aging of the clones who'd deserted to Mandalore and become a part of the clan—developed an immunogen for the virus, communicable by airborne transmission, and which with the Mand'alor's permission, they spread throughout Keldabe and eventually across Mandalore.[32]

 
Shysa and his resistance combat Imperial slavers.
Added by Cull TremayneAs the Empire slowly consolidated its holdings on Mandalore, Shysa began to covertly assemble a resistance force to "respond in kind" should the Imperial presense turn hostile.[32] Shysa's fears were realized as the Empire's foothold on Mandalore became an iron grip; the Imperials began to stripmine the planet's beskar deposites,[46] and enslaved large portions of the Mandalorian population to do the work.[53] Shysa's resistance—a reborn sect of Mandalorian Protectors including the first-generation Protector, Tobbi Dala—fought agains
Title: Re: Identity Theft
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Title: Re: Identity Theft
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Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 17, 2010, 10:10:51 PM
Zack, duuuuhhh

Yup...

Well, personaly, I think that you shouldn't do that because it might upset some people.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 17, 2010, 11:25:25 PM
KZ?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 18, 2010, 01:58:29 AM
KZ?

Yup, (man, I've gotta make things harder.)

HOLY
Spoiler
nope, I'm not saying it, look somewhere else for swear words...
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 08:27:59 AM
bug, or is it me?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 18, 2010, 08:32:01 AM
bug, or is it me?

You.

Aw man, I'm late to post again.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 08:34:56 AM
bug, or is it me?

You.

Aw man, I'm late to post again.

it must be duskling but I'm gonna be contrary and say that you need to develop your charachetr more, blah-de blah-de BLAH

by the way any guesses of who I am now?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Steel Ersatz Man on September 18, 2010, 09:02:06 AM
bug, or is it me?

You.

Aw man, I'm late to post again.

it must be duskling but I'm gonna be contrary and say that you need to develop your charachetr more, blah-de blah-de BLAH

Guess: Steelfist

Also, wrong...

by the way any guesses of who I am now?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:19:36 AM
in2smart4u
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:55:41 AM
Quote
Guess: Steelfist

Actually you're wrong.

Quote
or is it me?


You.

Aw man, I'

And I can prove it by taking your post COMPLETELY out of context.

Therefore, you're a terrible person.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 02:03:59 PM
All hail the Craignites!!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 02:25:44 PM
That's not theft.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 02:27:04 PM
"The criaginites shall overcome all
                                     -prophet namelesskitty"

This one should be easy.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 03:32:12 PM
Given that you've just said who it was, I'm not dignifying that with a guess.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 03:33:34 PM
I never said who that was. I was saying who said what was quoted. But I never said who quoted what was said.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 03:35:35 PM
You.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 06:22:56 PM
Nope. THN
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 06:31:31 PM
Oh, right. You ingeniously told me that my course of logic was incorrect, while not straightout telling me that I was wrong. Darn, that's something I would do!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 06:33:59 PM
Oh, right. You ingeniously told me that my course of logic was incorrect, while not straightout telling me that I was wrong. Darn, that's something I would do!
It's ingenious because he wanted you to find out on your own? I do that all the time in real life, just to look at how surprised and stupefied the victim is! :-*
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 06:48:29 PM
Bask in my glory!!! I'm always right! Because I'm too smart for you! Never suggest attacks that mess with enemy AI! Never suggest enemies with speed over 4!

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 07:12:48 PM
You forgot to quote the post that is directly before yours in a totally unneccarry way Im2smart4u.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 07:21:55 PM
Bask in my glory!!! I'm always right! Because I'm too smart for you!
This part is unnecessary, he isn't like this, he may seem like it, but he doesn't try, at least I think, to hurt people's feelings or show off, but he may just be alway right, either that, or he makes sure that everyone is wrong if he is! :D Just joking on that last part.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 07:26:07 PM
Maybe but when I say it I'm sure not.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 08:39:59 PM
Okay; I think we all have mixed feelings like a cocktail (or just pure... something) concerning im2smart4u. None of us have any great love for him, so let's all just agree to dis... like.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 08:43:17 PM
He's smart but has little in the way of e-social skills.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 08:46:25 PM
Think what you want, I don't think he's a bad guy, just so brutally logical that it seems like meanness, but most of the time it's the sarcasm.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 08:47:57 PM
Exactly. It just feels like meanness to me, whilst I understand it's not (usually).
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 08:48:12 PM
I hate sarcasm, but yes, he's really smart, way more than me at least.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 08:51:43 PM
No, he's not.

Anyway, methinks it's time to move on to a nicer topic of discussion. Duckling: we already know you don't like im2smart4u. Duskling: you have a good point, but these are a bunch of off-topic posts, some of which DON'T HAVE CORRECT SPELLING OR GRAMMAR!!!!!!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:00:09 PM
I like math! So much that I named myself after it originally. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:02:00 PM
I have no idea. Algebra15 named himself thusly because algebra was the first thing that popped into his head when thinking of names NO ONE would ever use.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:02:47 PM
Duckling

I'm so religious that my pic says I <3 Jesus.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:03:41 PM
APoC

I'm on 24/7, hold the top of the charts for most time online, and love the forum games. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:04:34 PM
You forgot Star Wars again.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:05:02 PM
A certain mister Duskling.

Spoiler
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spamspamspamspamspamspamspamspamspamspam

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:06:18 PM
Pruneman the evil

I am a music lover who can play several instruments and sing, plus I like cats.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:07:51 PM
That's me again!!

YOU WILL BURN!!!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:09:08 PM
torugo

I'm just about always right, but I put it down gently, that's why I got to be moderator.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:10:05 PM
Ert

And regarding the music, Duckling isn't the only one who plays multiple instruments.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:10:34 PM
But do you like cats...?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:11:39 PM
Wait, that was me.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:12:22 PM
And me!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:13:02 PM
Let's just say that it is all three of us.

I have no name. I am also a cat.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:13:29 PM
imasexyowl, right?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:14:30 PM
The Holy namelesskitty.

I eat nails for breakfast, and I' am made out of a cetain metal.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:15:01 PM
Steelfist

Cheers!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:15:41 PM
KZ again.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:16:16 PM
Gee, who could this be?

I am a peon in some company and am a piece of spam unto the forums by my very existence until I emerge.

Who am I.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:17:17 PM
pres, right?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:17:33 PM
pruneman

I have a name similar to KZ, but way fewer posts.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:18:15 PM
No it was Sam.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:19:09 PM
Acually I was referring to Ert. It's APoC right?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:21:14 PM
I am awesome but I don't post too often, I like link.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:21:51 PM
yogc!

I have a name similar to KZ, but way fewer posts.

Who am I?

(Just in case you guys didn't catch it the first time)

P.S. You have to dig a little to find out.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Zackirus on September 18, 2010, 09:23:05 PM
pruneman

I have a name similar to KZ, but way fewer posts.

Who am I?

CraigStren, of course

Hey, do you think you could post in the RTD story?

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:25:16 PM
Rainen?
You?
No idea.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:27:11 PM
Ersatz man?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:27:43 PM
Mock the phoenix! Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:29:22 PM
Tougo,

Post some unusual music

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:30:22 PM
Nameless, advocator of the Super Furry Animals.

I'm like a Sony Reader, but I have posted a couple of times.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Zackirus on September 18, 2010, 09:31:49 PM
Duckling: You were right!

I don't know for the Sony Reader one...
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:32:10 PM
With is a Sony reader?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:32:38 PM
pruneman

I have a name similar to KZ, but way fewer posts.

Who am I?

CraigStren, of course

Hey, do you think you could post in the RTD story?

Who am I?

Incorrect, sadly. It's cx.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:33:49 PM
I have hair, teeth, and a face. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:36:19 PM
TAFKaB

i am-spamspamspamdumbnessspamspam, what was i saying
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:37:08 PM
Pruneman, GOD, and Presentiment.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 09:37:47 PM
WeBing, too.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 18, 2010, 09:38:03 PM
GOD
Oh, c'mon, he saw the light later on.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:39:14 PM
Yeah, he's sort of reformed.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:39:27 PM
Sorry. I really don't pay attention to my peop- I mean the spammers anymore.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:42:15 PM
Luckily we are feeling a lull from them an isolated moment of peace.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 18, 2010, 09:44:02 PM
I Say not a word, but I join the room. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:44:49 PM
Sam
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Zackirus on September 18, 2010, 09:46:23 PM
Enjoy it while it lasts, I know I am...

(P.S: Am I really not that quotable, funny, or big around the forums?)
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 09:48:52 PM
Help please

I am for some reason found to be hilarious.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 10:16:22 PM
Oh, come on guys. I was referring to Kindle.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 18, 2010, 10:18:02 PM
When?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 18, 2010, 10:18:53 PM
mit der Sonyreader.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 19, 2010, 01:15:35 PM
I am gone who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 01:16:56 PM
Duckling. Get over it.

I miss someone something horrible. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 19, 2010, 01:20:04 PM
me!!!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 19, 2010, 06:35:39 PM
The Holy namelesskitty.

I'm back now, but a little while back, I left and made Duskling and namelesskitty feel sad.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 06:38:06 PM
Duckling.

I like having Acronyms as names. Who am I? *points finger at self*
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 19, 2010, 06:56:06 PM
DPOTE?

I'm a very creative TRPG player with an awesome idea for the future... and my name starts with a Z.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:15:21 PM
I don't know.

I'm a jerk who claims to be smart with a vendetta against a certain farting bugboy. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 19, 2010, 07:28:43 PM
Is it im2smart4u? Could we please not do things like the post above... please? >:|

I have been gone for a long time, I've been very helpful to this forum, but nobody noticed I was gone... until now.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 19, 2010, 07:30:25 PM
Brom?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:37:03 PM
Sorry bout that. I feel like he hates me. If he ever liked me that is.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 19, 2010, 07:39:42 PM
He doesn't hate anybody that I know of except Pres and Obama, don't worry.

Now, back on topic, I' am a spambot mentioned by Duskling earlier, and I represent the color of betrayal.

Who am I?


Clue
The color of betrayal is yellow.

Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 19, 2010, 07:42:01 PM
yellowpagescoupons?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:43:40 PM
One of Pres.s alias? Maybe?

(He ignores, mocks, and is just outright mean.)
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: Duskling on September 19, 2010, 07:44:00 PM
Yes, it was coupons.

My computer was struck by lightning and I' am the original math-themed user on the forum.

Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 19, 2010, 07:44:54 PM
Algebra15 (at time of strike)

Demon Prince of Tall Earthlings (at time of writing)
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:45:54 PM
A supreme bugboy with gastrointestinal problems. Who am I?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 19, 2010, 07:48:03 PM
Buglacerocentricalcolon boy?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:49:02 PM
Nope. Guess again.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 19, 2010, 07:50:28 PM
Jesuslover291
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 19, 2010, 07:55:30 PM
Nuh Uh.
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 20, 2010, 01:09:53 PM
.:Princeofpastors:.  ?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 20, 2010, 01:50:15 PM
NAH!!! Three strikes! You're out!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 20, 2010, 02:47:57 PM
Arch Priest of Baseball!
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: The Holy namelesskitty on September 20, 2010, 03:34:55 PM
I was gone, but now I'm not
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 20, 2010, 04:52:56 PM
Blessed undecumented feline?
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: bugfartboy on September 20, 2010, 05:25:29 PM
1) Nope
2) Duckling
3) Namelesskitty
Title: Re: Identity Theft
Post by: ArtDrake on September 20, 2010, 07:23:21 PM

And have other sorts of FUN WITH TEXT!!