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Kaggath Tournament - Felonious Empire vs Dark Imperium

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Kaggath Tournament - Felonious Empire vs Dark Imperium

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Canino
08.10.2013 , 08:16 AM | #131
Quote: Originally Posted by Selenial View Post
Opening Garrison mate

Where do you get yours from? Just Curious... Also, it takes 2 days to get to me, if you leave immediately. Besides, 2 days is easily enough to produce a few squadrons of fighters maybe more, seeing as they'll have production lines already created.
Point.
Oh, and they are part of my fleet. Right here.
STATEMENT: I'm just a simple assassin...I mean bodyguard, master. You have nothing to fear.
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Beniboybling
08.10.2013 , 08:25 AM | #132
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Query: Do I theoretically own Santhe/Sienar Technologies? The IGBC was the bank for all major companies. It had so much money Palpatine made sure it was the only company to remain from the CIS, as if it was closed, the galaxy would face a depression like no other.

San/Sienar Tech would most likely have used the IGBC as its way to store money. I know, speculation, but highly likely. They were part of the same organization, so they would know each other. They also would likely do business with each other. The IGBC likely controls all the profits the Santhe/Sienar Tech makes/has made. Simply close there account, and the company goes bankrupt, unable to support itself as a company.

I'm guessing this isn't allowed in the Kaggath, but it does make sense. I implore you to think it over. It is something that my faction could feasibly do, and it is in my sphere of influence.
This isn't barred by any the rules. Exert your monetary power!

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Beniboybling
08.10.2013 , 08:26 AM | #133
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Question, Do i get Malgus' space station too? It was part of the fleet, and it would be nice to have it orbiting Raxus Secundus/Prime
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Another Question. Raxus Secundus was the seat of the Seperatists Parliament... The "Capital World" so to speak, are we going to assume they have Planetary shields etc or are we going to say Not? I dont know if any information exists on it, It makes sense, but I'm preparing for a possible battle Scenario and would like it clarified now, if possible.
The space station was not part of the fleet, it was the Emperor's personal space station commandeered by Malgus. So unfortunately you do not have access to it.

Concerning Raxus Secundus. Planetary shields seems likely for such a vital world.

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Canino
08.10.2013 , 08:27 AM | #134
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This isn't barred by any the rules. Exert your monetary power!
Yay!
STATEMENT: I'm just a simple assassin...I mean bodyguard, master. You have nothing to fear.
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Canino
08.10.2013 , 08:28 AM | #135
Alright. I think my first move, and the obvious would be to strike the Raxus system. However, I have a twist....

Something Vader learned from Kenobi was that "A fight is never a goal in itself. Sometimes it is simply a distraction- from the true goal. --And best countered with a larger distraction." This would be the basis of the attacks.

First, send some of the fleet to Raxus. This would act as the first distraction. However, it would be there to cause damage. This would be the largest attack, probably the majority of my fleet. Coupled with the CGT I should be able to do some serious damage. This would most likely be manned by Vader. It would also catch the majority of you fleet.

Next would be a strike team to Bonadan, of units of around a squad of RG and a squad of SG . They would plant bombs, kill and sabotage the spaceports and factories. This would be a quick, deadly and devastating attack from the FE.

Last would be the assault on Saleucami. More units of RG and SG, this time lead by Kanos. They would storm the lay siege to the main city, while hailfire droids bombarded the buildings and rained havoc.

Now here is the important part- I don't think Traya would be able to prevent this. She can see into the future, yes, but she can't see specific events unfolding. She can see vague things, such as a fleet attacking and embarking. She would know that it was a distraction, but she wouldn't know where the other attacks would come from.

Trench would not listen to Traya, as he rarely listen to his adviser and was overconfident, having never lost a battle. He would defend against Vader, and not worry about the other forces that some witch told him about. Thus, the damage would be done.

This is just a rough outline, but I think a tactic like this would work. I actually want criticism on this. I think it is viable, but give me points on it. Please!
STATEMENT: I'm just a simple assassin...I mean bodyguard, master. You have nothing to fear.
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Selenial
08.10.2013 , 08:35 AM | #136
Cooking ATM, but I'll point out the severe holes in the plan I see when I get back
We all live or die as Krayt wills, Stryfe. At his word, I would cut out my own heart. Or yours.
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Canino
08.10.2013 , 08:36 AM | #137
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Cooking ATM, but I'll point out the severe holes in the plan I see when I get back
I appreciate it.

Sort of a jk, but seriously, it can only make me stronger...
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Beniboybling
08.10.2013 , 10:06 AM | #138
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Cooking ATM, but I'll point out the severe holes in the plan I see when I get back
Cooking up a red hot counter-argument!

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Selenial
08.10.2013 , 10:13 AM | #139
Quote: Originally Posted by Canino View Post
First, send some of the fleet to Raxus. This would act as the first distraction. However, it would be there to cause damage. This would be the largest attack, probably the majority of my fleet. Coupled with the CGT I should be able to do some serious damage. This would most likely be manned by Vader. It would also catch the majority of you fleet.
Heh. Good luck with that. One: You wouldn't have the CGT until quite late into the battle, by which point you may have already lost. Secondly: Comiting the majority of your fleet to one battle is foolhardy when my fleet is a Shadow fleet. I wouldn't be on the severe defensive, I'd have ships moving into attack too, Stealth ships, which you probably wouldn't even realise were there (Sitting on the other side of a moon from your system) right as your fleet leaves. My fleets go for a devastating strike on that world, with just enough ships to take it. However because my Fleets are all prepped and ready for battle stations, and would be in perfect position, the battle is over before it even began. How would i know your fleet was leaving you ask? Traya.

Now, with an assault like that on your world, you lose the fleets invasion of the Raxus System, due to the fact you'd have to call them back to the Staging world or risk losing it.
Even if that wasn't to happen, You'd be foolish to attack Raxus, due to the planetary shields Raxus Secundus (And most likely Prime too) would have... If you were to do so, and somehow had the CGT, Trench would hide his fleet behind Secundus, and have the Open Circle Fleet between Secundus and Prime. Your fleets would move to engage the Open Circle Fleet, believing it to be the Defense force, however the Stealthed Fleet behind Secundus (Undetected by the CGT due to the Gravitational Flux's coming from the planet blocking those of my ships) would move in and outflank your ships.

It just wouldn't really work as an attack.

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Next would be a strike team to Bonadan, of units of around a squad of RG and a squad of SG . They would plant bombs, kill and sabotage the spaceports and factories. This would be a quick, deadly and devastating attack from the FE.
You're highly overestimating your own troops here, when we say Minor Ground force... We mean Really minor, you have a couple hundred Imperial Guard, and then the Sun Guard... I have 10,000 Shadow=-Stormtroopers and Sith Assassins, a portion of which would be on Bonadan.. Both Skilled, Both stealth the moment the attack arrive. Sun Guard squad isn't affected by that, but your Imperial Guard are, and once the IG are down, the SG wouldn't really stand a chance. 2 squads ain't gonna cut it. Besides, how on earth would you make it past the Defense Fleet? Fighters? Nope, Diamond Boron Missiles...

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Last would be the assault on Saleucami. More units of RG and SG, this time lead by Kanos. They would storm the lay siege to the main city, while hailfire droids bombarded the buildings and rained havoc.
Again, How get past the fleet? Saleucami would have some of the best defense, being the Military hub, and Malachor of course not actually needing more than a few ships... Half of the Stealth fleet, and any ships i had Modified would likely be there, I could fein a retreat and then fire on your landing shuttles...

Even if you break the blockade, I'd of course have a lot of StormTroopers there, the Majority of them, they'd put up a good enough fight when combined with my Tie Maulers, Tie Tanks, and Turbostorm Gunships... Coupled with a few E522 assassin droids, They could put up a damn good fight, tough battle to call really... Oh, silly me, almost forgot Cronal would be with his Troopers... He'd turn the tide I think.


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Now here is the important part- I don't think Traya would be able to prevent this. She can see into the future, yes, but she can't see specific events unfolding. She can see vague things, such as a fleet attacking and embarking. She would know that it was a distraction, but she wouldn't know where the other attacks would come from.
You Gravely underestimate Traya's abilities
Especially if Kir Kanos was leading a strike...


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Trench would not listen to Traya, as he rarely listen to his adviser and was overconfident, having never lost a battle. He would defend against Vader, and not worry about the other forces that some witch told him about. Thus, the damage would be done.
He wouldn't listen to a droid... Once.
Not really grounds for saying he won't listen to superiors, he listened to Dooku.


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This is just a rough outline, but I think a tactic like this would work. I actually want criticism on this. I think it is viable, but give me points on it. Please!
It's all sort of based on your opening attack, which i don't see working, I'm sorry, even if it does work, the individual attacks on the worlds won't be strong enough, and incredibly risky.
We all live or die as Krayt wills, Stryfe. At his word, I would cut out my own heart. Or yours.
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Selenial
08.10.2013 , 10:15 AM | #140
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Cooking up a red hot counter-argument!
Nah, Fajitas and Tacos ;p
We all live or die as Krayt wills, Stryfe. At his word, I would cut out my own heart. Or yours.
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