This page is for important game rules and additional information that's too long for the game description on the homepage.

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1: Never under any circumstances make a major change to another character (maiming, killing, revealed heritage etc) without discussing it with the owner.
~Note: Do whatever the hell you like with NPCs as long as you don't screw with their backstory. Also note I will retcon any inexcusable break of character with NPCs, so don't make an acrophobe go cliff diving please.

2: BE POLITE. Do not insult, ignore, or be rude to other members. They are people too. I'll probably kick you off the game if you cuss out another member.
~Note: Again, do whatever the hell you like with the characters. They're characters, they can be rude.

3: Please do not try to retcon or change my established specifications for realm or gods or what have you without sufficient Permissions form Monitors. If there's some bit of myth you yourself found or made up that's different and I'll probably add to it but as a as a whole but please don't create discrepancies like a silver-immune werewolf.

4: Do not inexplicably force other people's characters to act in specific ways. It's an annoying character break and the owner probably will not be happy. If you want all the other characters to fall in love with your harpy, please discuss it with the other members first.
~Note: This actually excusable if the character everyone falls in love with is a siren or Aphrodite or some other such seductive creature. If it's just some regular Jane Shmuck with pigtails, braces and freckles, we're probably all going to hate you.

5: No godmodding. You all know this-don't do it.

6: I know this is a list of rather long rules, but please have fun. Enjoy the game and have fun.

Information and Time Line

Star Wars: The Clone Wars follows the Republic’s clone army in their struggle against Count Dooku’s Separatist forces.

Within the Star Wars the Clone Wars involve a three-year war fought to prevent thousands of planetary systems from seceding from the Galactic Republic and forming the "Confederacy of Independent Systems", often referred to as "the Separatists". The Republic uses an army of clone troopers, the namesake of the conflict, led by the Jedi Order against the Separatist battle droid army. The conflict was manufactured as a scheme for the Republic's Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, secretly an evil Sith lord, to gain power and ultimately to convert the democratic Galactic Republic into the autocratic Galactic Empire, which was controlled through means of a military–industrial complex and featured in the original trilogy.

The Clone Wars (22-19 BBY), occasionally referred to as the Clone War, the Separatist War, or the Droid War, was the name given to the major, three-year galactic war between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. The war is named after the clone troopers used by the Republic against the Confederacy's battle droids. With both being fielded in enormous numbers by each respective side, the Grand Army of the Republic and the Separatist Droid Army were the two of the largest in galactic history and fighting between them rapidly spread throughout the galaxy with the outbreak of war in 22 BBY.

Prior to the conflict, Darth Sidious, under his alter ego, Sheev Palpatine, amassed political power for years, eventually becoming the Republic's Supreme Chancellor. Through his Sith apprentice, Count Dooku, he sparked the Separatist Crisis, thus causing thousands of Republic star systems to secede and form a new government as the Confederacy, with Dooku as Head of State. Dooku, a former Jedi Master, also secretly commissioned an army of clone troopers from Kamino to serve as soldiers for the Jedi and the Republic in the coming war.

Beginning with the First Battle of Geonosis, the conflict quickly spread throughout the galaxy with both sides scoring significant victories over the other. At different times during the war, it seemed that either side was likely to triumph over the other. At the war's outset, both of the two sides struggled for control of major hyperspace lanes to gain a strategic advantage. This struggle ended with a Republic victory when Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker and his Padawan, Ahsoka Tano, secured an alliance between the Republic and the Hutt Clan.

Battles, skirmishes and raids continued for the next two years, with notable battles occurring on Ryloth, Felucia, Malastare, and Kamino. During this time, the Separatists developed various super weapons. These included both traditional weapons, like the ion cannons of the battleship Malevolence, as well as biological weapons, such as a weaponized variant of the Blue Shadow Virus. Meanwhile, the Republic launched several key offensives, including the Second Battle of Geonosis, which obliterated Geonosis's battle droid foundries; as well as a futile Jedi-led operation to capture Supreme Commander of the Droid Army General Grievous at Saleucami. Amidst the escalating conflict, many planets—including Mandalore and other members of the Council of Neutral Systems—struggled to maintain their neutrality but found it difficult to escape from the carnage.

Over a year into the war, Republic Senator Padmé Amidala and Separatist Senator Mina Bonteri collaborated on an initiative to end the fighting. However, their collaboration ended after Dooku and Grievous' bombing the Republic capital of Coruscant. Later, a peace conference on Mandalore also failed to stop the fighting. With no end in sight, the Jedi worked with local militaries, including Mon Cala's military and Naboo's Gungan Grand Army. They even trained a rebel cell to retake Onderon to combat the Separatists. Similarly, the Confederacy relied upon factions such as the Umbaran Militia and the Zygerrian Slave Empire. Furthermore, a proxy war materialized when Mother Talzin and her son, Darth Maul, strove to exact their revenge on both the Sith and the Jedi.