Planets and Characters... in Star Wars: General Discussion Posted December 28, 2007 Kreia all the way. She's not a lovely person, more like a major bith if you know what I mean, but she's a hell of a character. I love a smart, proud, powerful old woman who turns people around her little finger. And she's more knowledgeable and educational than any Master has ever been shown to be, except maybe Arca Jeth. Onderon gets the cake, I think. What with the civil war, the Dxun moon and everything, and I really liked how it was made pivotal to the Republic. Via Katarr, Nihilus enters Republic space undetected, with the Jedi and the Miralukas not being a factor, then he allies himself with the Onderon Separatists, aiding them in breaking away from the Republic so that Onderon would become a staging ground for the Sith. In a startling turn of events, the Peragus Mining Facility is destroyed, restoration efforts throughout the Outer Rim are doomed, and secessionist movements get out of hand. Ithorian efforts get chocked by the Republic blockade and Czerka starts gaining the upper hand in contract negotiations. Republic spies such as Xaart struggle to get information to the senators who staked their careers in the rebuilding of Telos. Boy, were it not for the Exile, the Republic would've had no chance to survive.