Clan Odan-Urr history
Acolytes of Odan-Urr
28 ABY (As House Odan-Urr)
The Lotus (previously the Dark Brotherhood)
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- "The Brotherhood seeks first to destroy what they cannot accept. We must force them to accept that they cannot destroy us, and then we shall prevail."
- ―Anonymous Jedi
- 1 Odan-Urr History
- 1.1 Founding
- 1.2 Invasion of New Tython
- 1.3 The Pillars Of Menat
- 1.4 Bastions Of Knowledge
- 1.5 Horizon Plague
- 1.6 Dark Crusade
- 1.7 Fall of New Tython
- 1.8 Renewal of Hope
- 1.9 Tides of Freedom
- 1.10 Return of the Light
- 1.11 Tales of New Tython: Lost Civilization
- 1.12 The Sentinel Network: Sanctuary
- 1.13 Tides of Change
- 1.14 Rise of the Force Ascendant
- 1.15 A New Order
- 1.16 Between Light and Dark
- 1.17 Resistance
- 1.18 Homecoming
- 1.19 A New Beginning
- 1.20 Rise of the Lotus
- 1.21 Seven Strands
- 1.22 Choices
- 1.23 Desperate Measures
- 1.24 A House Divided
- 2 Jedi Order Of New Tython
- 3 Roll of Councilors
Despite the Great Jedi Purge, several Jedi Masters managed to elude Palpatine’s wrath and survive, going on to train students to rebuild the Order. Jedi Masters like Ylenic It'kla fought actively with the Rebellion, alongside his students. However, the death of It'kla upon Alderaan and subsequent defeat of the Rebellion at Hoth (a battle in which It'kla's young Force-sensitives took part) shook the will of the students to continue active resistance against the Empire. They fled deep into the Outer Rim in their fighters, eventually encountering a world populated only by what they could describe as noble savages—a people that called themselves Harakoans who lived closely tied to nature, shunning all modern technology as corrupting.
Settling upon the world Harakoa (rechristened New Tython by the Jedi), the new arrivals had soon spread across the planet, ingratiating themselves with the wide variety of tribal populations inhabiting the continents. However, as the population of colonists from distant, more technologically advanced worlds increased from several hundred to many thousands planetwide, the relative peace of the tribal world was largely shattered due to conflicts (which often erupted into full scale wars) over rights to land and resources. Fearing the eruption of a planet-wide bloodshed the Jedi intervened politically, brokering a truce at the site which would become the capital city of Menat Ombo. Though the peace which resulted was tenuous at best, it has persisted for many years, interrupted by only minor skirmishes between isolated groups of colonists and the tribes.
By the time contact with the Dark Jedi Brotherhood was made, the Acolytes of Odan-Urr possessed little in the way of military technology. Their space force consisted of only a handful of outdated, beat up old fighters from their time with the Rebel Alliance, while their ground forces were made up of warriors from countless tribes and colonies, who often disliked one another more than the enemy they were supposed to combat. Due to the precarious state of their armed forces, the Jedi knew they could not defeat the Brotherhood fleets, nor would their devotion to New Tython (and the people there-on) permit them to retreat. To their great surprise the Dark Council was willing, and prepared, to broker an agreement, permitting the Acolytes of Odan-Urr to continue their existence within the fold of the Brotherhood as Clan Odan-Urr in exchange for Brotherhood-recognized dominion over New Tython. Though the motivations of the Dark Jedi were, naturally, suspect, in the Brotherhood the Acolyte Council saw a nearly unending supply of converts, and the continued ability to protect their world. The true motivations of the Grand Master Muz Ashen were not then known, though it was possible he either intended to congregate all of the light and grey subversives amidst the dark clans in one place before annihilating them, or perhaps desired a foil with which to weed out weaker Brotherhood houses.
Invasion of New Tython
- Main article: Tenth Great Jedi War
After two years of protection afforded by the whims of Darth Ashen, it was finally decided that the Dark Brotherhood would crush the Light Jedi. A full-scale invasion was launched against New Tython, and with no hope of victory by themselves, the Jedi allied with Michael Halcyon, a very powerful Light Jedi Master and long-time enemy of the Brotherhood. Michael sought aid from Eojin Quon-Shen and employed a Mandalorian army from Clan Ordo.
The Brotherhood were ultimately successful, destroying much of Menat Ombo and crushing House Odan-Urr and Clan Ordo. Michael Halcyon was slain by his brother, Halcyon Taldrya, and Eojin Quon-Shen was killed by his former apprentice, Darth Ashen. Having achieved the death of two major enemies of the Brotherhood, Darth Ashen decided to spare the remaining Jedi of the House, believing that the Jedi had learnt a valuable lesson: the Brotherhood could not be defeated.
The Pillars Of Menat
- Main article: The Pillars Of Menat
The Jedi of Odan-Urr were widely blamed for the destruction wrought upon New Tython by the Dark Brotherhood. Agreeing to step back from politics, control of the planet was returned to the common people, who elected their own ruling council of representatives. Cy Thuron, whom many viewed as a crazy hermit, rose up as a political dissident, using his charisma to build a strong following and create the New Dawn, a political party opposed to the Jedi and the ruling council.
Cy Thuron focused on pro-human sentiment amongst the colonists, and opposed the ruling council whom he viewed as Jedi sponsored puppets. Matters escalated with the bombing of the Ooroo Abbey, resulting in the death of High Councilor Ji. He was succeeded by Drodik Va'lance al'Tor.
In the aftermath of the terrorist bombing, Gideon Varos rose up as a champion of human rights, leading the ruling council through the process of rebuilding their city. Cy Thuron led an expedition through the wilderness to an area saturated with the Dark Side.
Bastions Of Knowledge
- Main article: Bastions Of Knowledge
After conceding government to Gideon Varos and his council, the Jedi became mediators, ambassadors, and guardians of the peace. They constructed the Arca Praxeum, including a new library to safeguard their knowledge and hide a variety of artifacts. Amongst the artifacts hidden within the Praxeum was the Holocron of Antiquities, a powerful relic of the Jedi Master Odan-Urr. In a surprise attack by an unknown military force, the Holocron was stolen. While many suspected that Cy Thuron was behind this attack, it was never proven, as he had vanished and the New Dawn were struggling to live their lives in the wilderness. Unable to determine the source of this attack, High Councilor Drodik Va'lance al'Tor interrogated a captured soldier and learnt hints of a greater and more sinister plan.
- Main article: Horizon Plague
The Horizon Plague was a bio-weapon that significantly amplified the ability of Force-users to connect and utilize the Force, before the powerful connection was burnt out, leaving the afflicted to die from a sharp transformation of their metabolism. Like the rest of the Brotherhood, House Odan-Urr was devastated by the plague, and without their own Elders the Jedi struggled to protect their own from the ravages of the Plague and the invasion of a powerful fleet under the control of former Grand Master Zoraan. Finally, a cure was designed by Macron Goura Sadow, and with its deployment on New Tython the Jedi were saved.
- Main article: Dark Crusade
The One Sith finally revealed themselves in an epic assault against the Brotherhood, carving a swath of devastation through the galaxy. After the Brotherhood managed to fend off the initial invasion, the Dark Jedi declared war and began a lengthy crusade to exterminate the One Sith and his powerful armies. Seeing that the Brotherhood and One Sith were both locked at each other's throats, High Councilor Liam Torun seized on the opportunity to conduct a guerrilla warfare campaign against both enemies. While the two factions were too powerful for the Jedi to openly oppose, the guerrilla campaign proved quite successful, resulting in many casualties and the salvaging of essential supplies and military equipment to strengthen House Odan-Urr. During the Crusade, the Jedi of Odan-Urr designed the Nomad robes to help them with their covert operations.
Fall of New Tython
- Main article: Fall of New Tython
As the Crusade dragged on, the Jedi eventually sought a respite on their home planet, New Tython, only to discover that disaster had struck in their absence. Cy Thuron had employed a large army of mercenaries and decimated Menat Ombo and the main populated continent, Owyhyee, all in one night and as his mental state continued to deteriorate, he declared himself King of New Tython. Upon our return, the Jedi of Odan-Urr infiltrated the planet and recognized that we could not stop the mercenary army. The Jedi tried to rescue civilians instead, evacuating many people including Kaira Rohana's daughter to the Ordain Vonoro Spaceport. There, the young Jedi Knight Elleron Morakei made his last stand against our enemies.
With his rule now more or less unopposed, the Mad King imprisoned Gideon Varos and Whenua, the free leaders of the human and Harakoan groups, within the newly formed death camp of Purity Rock along with any other dissidents and Harakoans the Mad King could lay his hands on.
Renewal of Hope
- Main article: Renewal of Hope
Guided by the Force, Liam Torun found a hidden planet on the edges of known space. Naming the new planet Haven, the refugees of New Tython settled there in a makeshift town called New Menat, and the planet was used as an assembly point and stash for the trophies of war which the Jedi of Odan-Urr would win during the rest of the Dark Crusade.
Recognizing that the Jedi could not liberate New Tython from Cy Thuron's tyrannical grasp on their own, the Jedi of Odan-Urr infiltrated Talus and seized control of a small army of ships and droids, repurposing them to suit their own needs. The Jedi of Odan-Urr continued to gather their strength, forming an alliance with the Bothan crew of the Nebula-class Star Destroyer Fey'lya's Last Stand. Finally, after months of preparation, we were ready to take back our home.
Tides of Freedom
- Main article: Liberation: Tides of freedom
The Knights of Allusis were lured to the planet Varonat and captured by a band of mercenaries calling themselves the Alpha's Omega, who would take them to Purity Rock. Leaping to action, Strike-Team Ooroo infiltrated Purity Rock and freed the Knights of Allusis, commandeering the Assassin-class corvettes Pride of Owyhyee and Proxia Mustirion and laying some of the initial ground-work for the next invasion of New Tython.
Return of the Light
- Main article: Return of the Light
With the might of the NSD Fey'lya's Last Stand and the conviction of the righteous, the Jedi of Odan-Urr invaded New Tython. Strike Team Ooroo disabled the Sanctuary space station and the Knights of Allusis invaded the planet. Liberating one city after another, the Jedi relentlessly assaulted the Mad King Cy Thuron's armies, freeing city after city until finally, only Menat Ombo remained. Fuelled by the deaths of Jonuss Rai and Tur'el Sokar, Liam Torun defeated Cy Thuron in a duel and Cy fell to his demise. Crippled and dying on the street, he finally came to his senses in his last moments and was killed by Mirus Hi'ija.
The Jedi, alongside the many factions that had joined them in the uprising, drafted the Treaty of Menat Ombo to help ensure peace and security for everyone. Each faction became signatories to the Treaty, pledging that each group would operate as a sovereign nation under their own jurisdiction, with their own leadership, and that each would work towards the peaceful future of New Tython.
Tales of New Tython: Lost Civilization
- Main article: Tales of New Tython: Lost Civilization
The Sentinel Network: Sanctuary
- Main article: Sentinel Network: Sanctuary
Tides of Change
- Main article: Tides of Change: an Arcona-Odan-Urr Event
Rise of the Force Ascendant
A New Order
Between Light and Dark
- Main article: Battle of Florrum
Between Light and Dark, a feud with Clan Plagueis
A New Beginning
Rise of the Lotus
Desperate Measures, a co-op event with Clan Taldryan
A House Divided
- Main article: Great Jedi War XII
Jedi Order Of New Tython
House Setele Shan
The Jedi Code
- "Certainly a Jedi should know the Code, by word and by heart. But every Jedi is in some fashion negligent, from the lowest Padawan to the highest Master. Consequently, were some to demand, 'What is the true meaning of the Jedi Code?' the Jedi who promptly answered would be rare indeed."
'As refined by legendary Jedi Master Odan-Urr circa 3700-3900 BBY'
- There is no emotion, there is peace.
- There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.
- There is no passion, there is serenity.
- There is no chaos, there is harmony.
- There is no death, there is the Force.
Discipline Of Orders
Following the organization of the Republic’s Jedi Order, both the original Acolytes of Odan-Urr and House Odan-Urr organized themselves into three orders. Following the destruction of New Tython, these orders fell into disuse.
Order Of The Consular
- Main article: Consular (order)
The path of the Jedi Consular was one of learning, research, healing, diplomacy and furthering ones knowledge in the Force. Jedi Consulars are unique amongst the three orders for that fact that members of the Order of the Consular prefer to use words and diplomacy to settle disputes over the use of the lightsaber.
Order Of The Guardian
- Main article: Guardian (order)
The path of the Guardian was one of martial prowess and peacekeeping, a position of action. The Guardian will hone their skills with a saber, often using it to engage in policing actions and to defend those who cannot defend themselves.
Order Of The Sentinel
- Main article: Sentinel (order)
A Jedi Sentinel was the name given to one of the three Jedi Orders, and is considered the middle ground to the other Orders. Jedi Sentinels receive adequate knowledge in both combat skills and knowledge of the Force, utilizing both skills when necessary.
Roll of Councilors
|History of the Summits of former House Odan-Urr|
|Quaestor||Service dates:||Aedile||Service dates:|
|Ji||11.14.2010 - 08.04.2011||Solari||11.14.2010 - 01.08.2011|
|Ji||11.14.2010 - 08.04.2011||Akhera Nol||01.08.2011 - 04.28.2011|
|Ji||11.14.2010 - 08.04.2011||Quejo Drakai Xyler||04.28.2011 - 11.02.2011|
|Jonuss Rai||08.04.2011 - 10.26.2011||Quejo Drakai Xyler||04.28.2011 - 11.02.2011|
|Ji||10.26.2011 - 05.14.2012||Drodik Va'lence||11.02.2011 - 05.14.2012|
|Drodik Va'lence||05.14.2012 - 04.29.2013||Ji||05.14.2012 - 09.10.2012|
|Liam Torun-Urr||04.29.2013 - 02.23.2015||Morotheri / A'lora Kituri||09.10.2012 - 07.27.2014|
|Liam Torun-Urr||04.29.2013 - 02.23.2015||Mirus Hi'ija||07.27.2014 - 09.17.2014|
|Liam Torun-Urr||04.29.2013 - 02.23.2015||Mirus Hi'ija||07.27.2014 - 09.17.2014|
|Liam Torun-Urr||04.29.2013 - 02.23.2015||Nathan Deciarus||09.20.2014 - 02.24.2015|
|History of the Summits of Clan Odan-Urr|
|Consul||Service dates:||Proconsul||Service dates:|
|A'lora Kituri||02.26.2015 - 10.01.2016||Nathan Deciarus||02.24.2015 - 03.01.2015|
|A'lora Kituri||02.26.2015 - 10.01.2016||Echo-1 / V'yr Vorsa||03.02.2015 - 07.12.2015|
|A'lora Kituri||02.26.2015 - 10.01.2016||Turel Sorenn||07.31.2015 - 10.01.2016|
|Turel Sorenn||10.01.2016 - 12.10.2017||Mar Sûl||10.12.2016 - 04.14.2017|
|Turel Sorenn||10.01.2016 - 12.10.2017||Alethia Archenksova||04.14.2017 - 12.10.2017|
|Alethia Archenksova||12.10.2017 - Present||Aurora Ta’var||12.21.2017 - Present|
|History of the Rollmasters of Odan-Urr|
|Jendan Morgana||11.14.2010 - 01.08.2011|
|Krandon Rowella||01.08.2010 - 03.20.2011|
|Quejo Drakai Xyler||03.20.2011 - 04.28.2011|
|Kaira Rohana||04.28.2011 - 11.02.2011|
|Jendan Morgana||11.02.2011 - 01.25.2012|
|Elleron Morakei||09.27.2012 - 07.02.2013|
|Tur'el Sokar||07.02.2013 - 09.18.2013|
|Lyze Kiel||09.18.2013 - 11.24.2013|
|Evant Taelyan||11.24.2013 - 01.06.2014|
|Kah Manet||01.15.2014 - 06.07.2014|
|Rhiann Baenre||06.22.2014 - 12.14.2014|
|V'yr Vorsa||12.17.2014 - 03.01.2015|
|Nathan Deciarus||03.02.2015 - 11.02.2015|
|Xantros||12.04.2015 - 08.23.2016|
|Corvus Corax||08.24.2016 - 02.11.2017|
|Aurora Ta’var||02.12.2017 - 12.21.2017|
|Ranarr Kul||01.05.2018 - 03.05.2018|
|Len Iode||03.05.2018 - Present|
- Main article: Councillor of Urr
|Entitled Councilors of Odan-Urr|
|Ji||March 9th 2015|
|Solari||March 9th 2015|
|A'lora Kituri||March 9th 2015|
|Liam Torun||March 9th 2015|
|V'yr Vorsa||March 9th 2015|
|Nathan Deciarus||November 12th 2015|
|Mar Sûl||November 12th 2015|
|Kaira Rohana||November 12th 2015|
|Daniel Stephens||November 25th 2016|
|Turel Sorenn||November 25th 2016|
|Edgar Drachen||April 4th 2017|
|Alethia Archenksova||June 6th 2018|
|Xirini Kurai||June 6th 2018|
|Units||Odan-Urr • Satele Shan and Hoth • Tython Squadron|
Battleteam Leaders: TBD
|Possessions||Kiast • Jedi Praxeum • Odanite Expeditionary Force • Order of Battle|
|Lore||Founding • Invasion of New Tython • The Pillars Of Menat • Bastions Of Knowledge • Fall of New Tython • Renewal of Hope • Return of the Light • Between Light and Dark • Battle of Ancora|
|Misc||Councillors of Urr • Odanites • Sentinel Network • Vatali Empire|