The Crona Uprising
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|The Other Uprising|
|Conflict: The Other abdicates the iron throne, attempting to flee with many of the recently recovered Obelisk relics.|
|Date: 7 ABY|
|Location: Aurora Sector|
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The Other Uprising occurred after the unearthing the ruins of an ancient Obelisk temple. The Other resurrected the Obelisk order before abdicating the iron throne and fleeing the Dark Brotherhood to pursue his own ends. He was eventually hunted down by Jac Cotelin.
Through careful manipulation and deceit, the Other attempted to subvert the power of the Dark Brotherhood; he wasted precious resources and needlessly sacrificed dozens of his fellow Dark Jedi for his own twisted ends. He resurrected the legacy of Ferran in the order of the Obelisk and trained them to be his personal army of deadly warriors. Yet, despite this, many influential followers attempted to overthrow the Dark Lord and were violently put down in his mad schemes.
In the end, the Other must have foreseen his own demise, for in a final desperate act he hihijacked the Imperial Dungeon Ship Lichtor V with his few followers and fled the Imperial territories. The word of the Other's actions had reached every corner of the Brotherhood, spurring the attention of both Grand Masters Paladin and Havok. The former Dark Lords and a rising Master named Yoni sought to put an end to the chaos brought by the Other. They met on Eos to find a suitable candidate for the vacant throne of Dark Lord of the Sith. The three found their man in one Jac Cotelin.
This Sith, Jac Ae-Sequiera Cotelin, led the forces of the Dark Council to hunt down the Other and his followers, eventually recapturing the Lichtor V. While the Other himself escaped, his followers were brought to justice.
- Jedgar Paladin, Sith Lord
- Kreeayt Havok, Sith Lord
- Yoni, Dark Jedi Master
- Jac Cotelin, Dark Lord of the Sith
- The Other, former Dark Lord of the Sith
- The Other's private Obelisk cultists
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