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Counterprotest II [Jun. 6th, 2006|08:28 am]
Darth Inferna
Happy birthday to me.

(My real birthday is in April, but when I made this journal I randomly chose this as the date. As it's Inferna's birthday on 06/06/06 and it's also the date of manymuch postings, it was apparently a good choice.)
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Counterprotest [Jun. 6th, 2006|08:23 am]
Darth Inferna
A bunch of folks decided not to post on 6/6/06 to protest a rather trivial icon rule that is finally being enforced and boo hoo they don't like it. So I'm updating ALL my journals today, as are many others, so that the "drop in LiveJournal activity" that they're hoping for kind of, well, won't happen. The entitlement mongers think that by not posting for a day they can get their way. Seems like a silly tantrum to me, and counterprotesting with extra updates felt like a mildly Sithly thing to do. So, update.

Inferna is appearing in another fic in a rather evil role. The fic is slash, among other things, but she's back and helping out Lumiya and Welk. She had a daughter with Welk and is using that daughter to touch off a plague specifically targeted at the Jedi. Muah. Jacen and Anakin are the star players (and the pairing), with a heavy dose of Angry Jaina (she's mad at the Sith, not at her brothers - she doesn't know they're even alive, let alone stranded on a planet together and deciding that the other one is kinda hot after all.) Also Lumiya ruling the evil side, with Welk as her Apprentice and Inferna as an assistant troublemaker. The fic can be found at http://crack-empress.livejournal.com/tag/crash-and-burn-posts and is 13 chapters completed, 21 (or thereabouts) left to go.

Also briefly contains Fern's big sister.
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Slightly off-topic, even though it is about Darth Inferna. [Nov. 4th, 2005|07:54 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |creativecreative]

I was going to make an entry when I finished the fic, and totally forgot about it. :p Remember when I posted an off-topic ficlet part in the journal (and then moved it to my other journal to avoid confusion)? Well, it's now a whole story. And finished.

Sithstrike is Star Wars fanfic (duh) starring Darth Inferna. It's not connected to sithrpg except that I used the same basic character template (Name, age, appearance, Force alliance) for my RPG character and fanfic character. It comes in two flavors:

The "strong PG" version is on boards.theforce.net. My username on TFN is AlisonC, and the fic can be found here. In my opinion, this is the better version; it's had one more revision and a few messed up details were corrected. This one has a mixed lightside/darkside ending.

The "mild R" version is on my website beginning with this chapter. The good: More torture, more blood, more agony for Jacen the Jedi, holographic pwnage by Inferna, and the ending is mostly dark. The bad: His eye color is wrong and there really couldn't be a sequel to without HUGE retcons. The ugly: I could have done a better job on one particular duel, and the TFN variant has the rewritten duel. Also, I think there are a few typos. But it's over 30,000 words, so I'm not sweating a few typos (we're talking maybe 5 or 6 for the whole thing.)

All characters are owned by George Lucas or created by me within his universe, no copyright infringement intended, any resemblance to other RPG characters is coincidental, ditto other fics, etc. etc. blah blah blah pineapple.
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I have returned from my Force hibernation. [Nov. 4th, 2005|07:48 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |relaxedserenely mean]

The Sith grow stronger.
The Jedi will fall.
I have seen this.
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We are about to land. [Aug. 21st, 2005|07:00 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |weirdphilosophical]

The galaxy has exploded into war. This is the first time in decades... centuries... probably millennia that there have been so many Sith ready to take on the incompetent fools that have contributed so much to the destruction of all that is natural.

It is not natural for the weak to be in power over the strong.

It is natural for those who deserve power to have it. It is also natural to, some day, die, and in that I think that Sidious is beginning to overstep his bounds. No matter what, we are hurtling towards entropy and chaos. We are the small forces pushing against it, leaving our trails on what is ultimately a slide to nothingness, taking our roles in this cosmic play. But he is trying to take the stage one too many times. We are lucky to be here, in this small span of time between the beginning and the end, when all has burned out and fizzled into vast darkness. The darkness that we already know, the darkness that we do not run from, the way the wastes of energy and space do.

Still, at least he is not a Jedi. They are the ones who should be loathed most. And until they are gone, I will throw in my lot with Darth Sidious in his newest incarnation. Will the Jedi utopia last forever? Of course it cannot, for there is darkness in everyone, and that which is not ruled with an iron fist will run free. There will be oppression, either by the undeserving or the deserving. We can make all of sentience stand for a moment on the edge of madness and keep it from falling forward into it, unlike them, and they are a threat for this.
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One could say... [Aug. 14th, 2005|09:02 pm]
Darth Inferna

... that the shit just hit the fan. I don't know what the hell is going on, but whatever it is, it's big.

I was delayed getting to Yavin. We agreed to go on and hit the Jedi Temple directly - or rather, those within it - but I couldn't leave immediately because my ship was sabotaged. Luckily, I was able to make enough necessary repairs to take off not far behind, and got there just as the first battle was ending.

One of the Sith has fallen - Lord Paorvosa, one of the most respected of the Sith Masters. The Jedi do not know what a grave mistake they made. If there was ever any doubt over whether we should focus on them or on the cloaked creature whose loyalties are unknown, that doubt is gone. The Jedi must die. They cannot be allowed to strike the children of the Force.

The Republic fleet and a rebel fleet are in space above Yavin as I record this. One of the fallen ships has flattened the Temple. I don't know what effect that will have on the Jedi. I suspect some will be saddened and angered. I am not against the idea of allowing those who are truly of a new heart to join us, but if there is any reason to believe that they are lying, they will be killed without hesitation. As for Infimus - I don't know. From what little information I have, it seems that Skywalker thinks he has purged the good and taken on the mantle of the weak, but I must hope that he is simply drawing the Jedi into trusting him before making a strike. I do not want to have to bring him down.

But whatever must happen will happen.
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Those damn Jedi... [Aug. 11th, 2005|05:18 pm]
Darth Inferna

did something to my ship.

I am going to be several days in fixing it. Looks like a bunch of monkeys ran through here with lightsabers, welding things that shouldn't be welded together and cutting wires.

When I find out who it was, they will be dead. If they aren't dead already. In that case, I'll have to take it out on their friends.
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bahleeted! [Aug. 7th, 2005|02:12 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |pensivetroubled]

Nothing to see here as it was mildly off-topic.
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At last. [Aug. 2nd, 2005|10:20 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |hungryhungry]

We got them.

Three Jedi dead, and all of us remain. Losses minimal; I now have a hole in my pants, though that credit goes to an attack droid and not to any of the Jedi. I don't think they did any damage on their own. To be honest, I don't know if it's that we're so good at what we do, or they're so awful. I think it's both.

Three Knights and all you did was supply a few surface wounds to us and do a little bit of cosmetic damage to supplies. For shame.

I had not killed a Jedi in years. It was everything I remember, but tinted gray. There was little challenge, which made it less satisfying. Perhaps like finding a bit of fruit when one is starving. Good, yes, but it's not enough. If the specimens that came to harass us today are any indication of the state of the new Jedi Order, then we would do well to move quickly and eliminate them all. In the past, there were a few strong enough to escape the wrath of Lord Vader and Lord Sidious. Only two, really. And nobody that lives today can compare to them, except perhaps Skywalker, and with many more than two actively looking for him, he can't run and hide forever. Somehow I don't think he'd try. He seemed too idealistic to live out his live next to a swamp.

I never spent much time with him. If he's managed to dupe over a hundred into following his ways - that's a hundred out of the pool of potential Force "adepts", the ones who actually could do something with his parlor tricks - then he's not a good influence and it's best that we stayed apart. I did meet him when I was sixteen, and it's odd to think that he's only a few years older than I am. Harder even to think that he was Lord Vader's son. That fruit DID fall rather far from the tree. He welcomed me to the Academy, to learn the ways of the Jedi, but left us much to ourselves.

No matter what I do, I can't scrub away the memory of those five months and the taint that came with them. I do know what would help, though - revenge. On him for bringing back a pestilence best left dead. I know that he misunderstands the Force and seeks to tame it, to rule over it, and the only way he can do that is to smooth it over with philosophies and noble-sounding words to make it more like a whimpering pittin than a dragon. One should rise to the challenge, not belittle the challenge to match one's own leisure.

There are other concerns in the galaxy but none so great as the Jedi - not so much themselves, but the way that some people are beginning to look to them again. That was what killed the Old Republic, and I don't care to wait around for two hundred years before they accidentally reveal themselves as the charlatans they are. When the last of them is dead, then the galaxy will once gain be safe for order and civilization.
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Still on Korriban [Jul. 25th, 2005|09:40 pm]
Darth Inferna
[mood |thoughtfulthoughtful]

Things are getting more interesting now. It won't be much longer until we begin to exact our revenge on the Jedi for all they have done - in particular, not dying out after being beaten, but instead fanning their flames until they rose again from the ashes. I want to be the one to put them back down. I MUST be the one who makes that final cut through the last one's body and leaves the severed pieces to fall to the ground.

I am getting the feeling, though, that we are being manipulated. I realize that I know nothing about the man who gathered us to Geonosis and now has sent half of us to Korriban. It was that knowledge that made it impossible for me to savor the sight of finding a dead Jedi in the great Valley. (That, and the fact that he was dead before I got to him, instead of only after.) He had to have been killed by a Sith. And I was the first one to reach Korriban - except for the young Ger-Nig. And he has displayed the ability to use Force lightning, though sporadically. However, I doubt that he could lie by omission, pretending not to have been there and have it be falsehood; someone would know. I pick up on nothing false about him, and as far as I know, neither has anyone else.

This means that someone else must have been here to kill the Jedi. Simple electrocution is a cheap trick, one that the ancient Sith Lords would not have trifled with if there were other options. First of all, it's too quick; the heretic that treads upon the holy grounds should not be treated to such a swift death unless it is the only way to prevent further desecration. I have to believe that one of us was here and left the body. But who and why? My thoughts are that it was the man who hid in shadows while he spoke to us.

I still can't place where I've heard that voice before.

He wants the Jedi dead. He wants the right thing. For what reasons, we can only guess, and I'm still not sure that I'm not reading too much into it. But, as they say, better safe than sorry; there is a fine line between courage and stupidity and I don't intend to cross it.
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