Department of Brotherhood History:
Clan Naga Sadow History
Greetings students of the Brotherhood,
You have entered a course specifically about the illustrious Clan Naga Sadow. If there is a problem, leave now, for we will not deal with insults or troublemakers. The purpose of this course is to teach you all the history of Clan Naga Sadow, as well as some of its more secret aspects. Now, without further ado, let us begin.
2.A—Before It All
Five millennia before the birth of Luke Skywalker and the fall of Palpatine’s Empire…
A thousand years before Exar Kun and Ulic Qel-Droma joined forces in a sweeping conflagration known as the Sith War…
The story begins…
The Sith Empire was strong yet contained to a certain region of space. A short time after the death of Marka Ragnos, the Dark Lord of the Sith, a new age was approaching for the minions of the Sith Empire. A Dark Lord was appointed, his name: Naga Sadow. He believed the Sith Empire was stagnating and that the Empire was in dire need of change if it was to survive. To this end, Sadow used two young hyperspace explorers known as Gav and Jori Daragon in a fiendish plot that would lead him and the Sith Empire to the heart of the Republic.
It was the “Golden Age” of the Sith, and Naga Sadow was leading them to their greatest glory in a war with those who shunned them from society, the Republic. At the height of this war, Naga Sadow was betrayed by his fleet commander, none other than Gav Daragon. Gav took Sadow’s flagship to Primus Goluud where Naga Sadow’s meditation sphere was located. This was where Naga Sadow controlled the battle with his Sith Sorcery. Gav fired on the meditation sphere and disrupted Sadow’s concentration on the battle. This turned the tide of the battle in favor of the Republic. But Naga Sadow would not surrender. Sadow lured Gav to the sphere where he sentenced him to his doom. Naga Sadow returned to his flagship and at that time Empress Teta arrived.
Sadow and what was left of his armada returned to Sith space only to be confronted by Ludo Kressh, a Sith Lord who had made himself Dark Lord of the Sith during Naga Sadow’s absence. A fierce battle followed ending with Ludo Kressh’s death. While they were still finishing up with Ludo’s remaining forces, Empress Teta and her forces arrived. Naga Sadow’s battered fleet was in no position to combat them. Ordering his loyal Massassi to assassinate the other Sith Lords, Naga Sadow made an impenetrable wall of battleships to hold off Empress Teta’s forces long enough for him to flee. They fled to the fourth moon of the planet of Yavin. There Sadow and his men began preparing for the next attack.
2.B—House Naga Sadow
Within a thousand years, Naga Sadow’s followers devolved into what were known as the Massassi. And within five thousand years after his death, 14 ABY to be exact, Naga Sadow’s only living descendant, Astronicus â€śTronâ€ť Aurelius Sadow, brought back the glory of Naga Sadow by making a House within the Brotherhood of the Dark Jedi.
Led by Sith Warrior Tron Sadow, House Naga Sadow was devoted to helping bring a recurrence of what happened five millennia ago, Tron believed that it was time for the second “Golden Age” of the Sith and would not rest until it occurred. Though it was not the Sith Empire of old, the Sith are still strong and hold a strong position within the Brotherhood and therefore Tron believed he could achieve this feat.
House Naga Sadow was made up of those whom the Brotherhood would deem as “Rogue Jedi.” These rogues had been long looking for a house that could suit their needs as well as show them the way of the Dark Side.
House Naga Sadow, under Tron’s direct guidance, fulfilled these needs. A continuous call to Rogue Jedi went on, showing that House Naga Sadow was a safe haven and a home away from home – providing for those Jedi in need. Located on the planet Sif in the Phare System, House Naga Sadow resided in an exact replica of the palace that once belonged to the former crime lord Jabba the Hutt. This palace was actually the seat of power on Sif while Sith Warrior Tron Sadow was the Planetary Governor and therefore thought it would be a fitting place for those once considered Rogue Jedi.
2.C—Clan Naga Sadow
Together Tron Sadow and his new apprentices became the Sons of Sadow. In time they became a House working together in isolation inside the governor’s mansion on Sif. Tron Sadow slowly grew more distant to the Remnant as his following grew and was forced to relocate his formal residency, allowing the former mansion to become a dedicated site of dark side learning, Sadow Palace. Hidden from the galaxy in isolation, the Sons of Sadow multiplied and within a short time of its founding, 15 ABY, the House became a Clan. In its wake the former House left behind three new Houses named for the Sith Lord’s mentor, his great battle, and his rival. The Disciples of Ragnos, Goluud and Kressh joined with the Sons of Sadow to become the great Clan it is today.
The members of Clan Naga Sadow left Sadow Palace and created new homes on the various planets of the Phare System. The House of the Mentor, Marka Ragnos, went to Loki, the House of the Great Battle, Primus Goluud, to Frigg, and the House of the Rival, Ludo Kressh, to Ullyr. There the three Houses worked united under the authority and leadership of Tron Sadow.
2.D—In the Shadow of the Remnant
Soon the time came for Tron Sadow to step aside and allow other Sons of Sadow to lead the Disciples. To honor their founder and patriarch, the Sons gave the title of Clan Overlord to Tron Sadow. While the Consuls of Naga Sadow hold the seat in the Dark Council and hold the authority of the lands, the Clan Overlord is the true leader of Naga Sadow shaping the future of the Clan from the shadows.
Time passed and the Sons of Sadow grew into a powerful force under the leadership of Tron and his Consuls. Many great leaders past through the halls of Naga Sadow such as Darth Vexatus, Malik Sadow, Muz Keibatsu, Manesh Sadow; and the dark side was gathering in strength in the shadow of the Imperial Remnant. While the Sons of Sadow rebuilt their ancient empire, the ruins of Palpatine’s began to squabble and tear themselves apart. The brief unity that had come from Grand Admiral Thrawn and the reborn Emperor’s leadership was disappearing. Without the Force to guide it, the Imperial Remnant was sure to crumble into nothingness.
Then in 19 ABY came the day when the Seven united against the oppression of the Imperial Remnant and decreed the unitary authority of the Dark Lords of the Sith. They challenged the corrupt Moffs and Governors demanding the immediate return of power to the true leaders of the empire. Their request went unheeded and the Imperial Remnant turned on them, branding them traitors, and ordering the Imperial Navy to dispose of any who challenged their