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Jaesa Willsaam's Authority in the Empire

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Jaesa Willsaam's Authority in the Empire

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Socialbob
01.26.2019 , 07:21 AM | #1
As the Emperor/Empire's Wrath you have the authority that is the sum of the entire Dark Council, in other words only their united decisions could challenge your orders. However given that Jaesa is the apprentice of that figure what is her authority? Does she have the authority of a Dark Council member or a Darth?

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Paulsutherland
01.26.2019 , 07:47 AM | #2
Either our messenger or a Lord at best.

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Goreshaga
01.26.2019 , 07:58 AM | #3
Considering she was still an apprentice when the Wrath disappeared, i'd say that her authority is even bellow that of our SI when they "killed" Zash at the end of chapter 1, as the SI was a Lord at that time.

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OldVengeance
01.26.2019 , 01:47 PM | #4
She was empowered by the Dark Council to hunt heretics on their authority (DS Jaesa was anyway). That's a pretty big deal. She was just an apprentice when Zakuul invaded though, so any other specific authority she might have would just come being a servant of the Wrath.

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TGaP_Andrey
01.26.2019 , 03:19 PM | #5
Quote: Originally Posted by Socialbob View Post
As the Emperor/Empire's Wrath you have the authority that is the sum of the entire Dark Council, in other words only their united decisions could challenge your orders.
Lol wut? Are you serious? What a fantasy.
Wrath is a chained lapdog, he has no authority at all, just like "general" Jedi Knight mirror. You somehow swapped authority of Wrath with that of EMPEROR himself or his equivalent like Darth Marr - you do something only on their behalf and with their approval. Of course, if THEIRS - not yours - decisions indeed would challenge will of the Dark Council, then so will your actions. But while you on your own you are nothing in comparison even with one Councilor not to mention the entire ruling body of the Empire.

Your laser stick "heroic" waving is "flashy" and "cool", yes, but it didn't do you much good and in the end you have gained nothing, admit it. To each his own: you fight on the battlefield and take all the glory, while your force-relying counterparts are in shadow but they gain real things and real power in their adventures.

The most keks I gained when Sith Warrior received the title of "Darth" out of nowhere, but just because the whining and crying of Darth Vader-wannabes was overwhelming. I guess you don't remember those times, when the biggest actual accomplishment of your class was, like, only average Lord position at best in the power structure of the Empire.
Ah, and also the worthless title of Wrath of the long alienated Emperor, who in the future became the biggest enemy of the Empire itself.

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rumpol
01.26.2019 , 11:08 PM | #6
The Wrath had no authority over the Dark Council. They even tell him during the end class scene that they will only recognise him whilst his goals align with theirs. Heck even Lana warns the Wrath that the Dark Council won't tolerate him going after one of their own.

Jaesa was tasked with routing out light sided Sith by the Dark Council. She had no power or authority either, she was simply a tool to be utilized.