The Last Days || 442nd Legion Log

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The final days of the Grand Army of the Republic see the 442nd Siege Battalion face Recurring Droid forces in their planetary wide invasion of Cato-Nemodia. Clone Commander Doom and Jedi General Plo-Koon fight off the Droid resistance until order 66 is called upon.

Submitted: April 11, 2017

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Prologue

About 2 months ago the Galactic Senate declared an invasion of the planet Cato-Nemodia. The 104th Legion (WolfPack) and The 442nd Siege Battalion were sent to eliminate the Confederacy presence in the system.

Jedi Generals Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano as well as Republic Navy Commander Jan Dodonna, were sent to find Viceroy Nute Gunray of the Trade Federation and bring him to justice. 

I knew Jan Dodonna as not just a superior Commander but as a rescilient figure. He was a Commenor-born soldier who served us during the Nemodian invasion. He was one of the first captains of a Venator Class Star Destroyer in the last days of the Galactic Republic having served throughout the Clone Wars.

 

About a week ago at 0745 Gunray escaped his Nemodian Fortress.

He left behind hoards of valuables which was very foolish of him because all valubles were captured by the Republic and are still currently being studied to help find the whereabouts of key Separatist systems.

Shortly after, Generals Kenobi and Skywalker were transfered to back to the 501st and 212th legions after receiving orders about General Grevious's location.

Unfortunatly us 442nd clones are still stuck at this junk pile wiping out the Droid presence on this system. To help get the Job done quicker we got the 104th airborne division with bomber and fighter support along with our replacement General, Jedi Master Plo-Koon.

He was a very questionable person as in his mindset towards the outcome of a battle. He would delay our attacks and strike at the wrong time splliting our forces in half. 

When Order 66 was issued, everything was normal but all of us felt slight pain and regret towards our gullibility.

 


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