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karanan:

Their methods were pretty damn questionable, though. (Or maybe I’m just channeling my waaaaay too nice for the job Agent there. He comes down on the wrong side of the ends/means argument to be a spy. *sigh*)

oh yes, they were pretty much responsible for starting the war and well I’m sure you can trace p much everything back to the damn Star Cabal if you look hard enough

But like, the old, uncorrupted Star Cabal had some interesting ideas. It was my dream in the game to be able to create a new one more akin to the original cabal. Or infiltrate the current one and change it from within, because evil or not, they had some mad impressive influence over the galaxy. It could be used for good.

Or well Roscoe would’ve joined them in a heartbeat but he wasn’t exactly unbiased and he was also pretty enamoured with the entire “get rid of all the Sith for good” part of it, not to mention their enforcer.

yeah definitely; the true tragedy re: the neutral agent and the Star Cabal isn’t that they couldn’t join it, but that the Cabal that would have actually served their purpose is long gone.  It's that their new goal is to have the two sides tear each other into mangled bloody messes and then sweep in to take over after however many billions have died on both sides.  

Keeper (and any number of LS agents) would have loved the thought of an Empire free from the Sith, but his goals are still the opposite if the current Cabal’s—he wants to protect the Empire from its own leaders, and would certainly want to protect the Empire against them.  Keeper hates the Sith because of their horrible stewardship of Imperial lives and how recklessly they throw them away for meaningless power struggles; the Star Cabal knows what it’s doing and its efforts are anything but meaningless, but the result would be the same bloodbath Keeper wants to avoid.

If he could see past his own personal hatred of the Star Cabal and everything it could possibly stand for because of what it did to him, I’m sure my agent would have felt the same.  If their goal had been to maintain a quiet, bloodless truce, he would have been all for it.

if you talk nicely enough to him instead of railing against what he does to you, Hunter goes on about why did you have to be Imperial 

But I think at the heart of it for a lot of our agents is why did the Cabal have to become -this-

bamfbugboy:

SWTOR OC Appreciation: Imperial Agent

How to participate:

Requirements:

  • The screenshot must be from a cutscene.
  • The OC must be alone in the screenshot.
  • The screenshot must be from the waist up or a bust shot.
  • Please submit a screenshot that is as high quality as possible.

Have questions? Contact me!

Deadline for submissions is April 26th for this project. Please reblog and signal boost in order to incorporate as much of the fandom as possible!

For examples of how this project will look, please refer to last summer’s female/male OC appreciation weeks. The more the merrier!

snuffysbox:

/quickly doodles nostalgic swtor couples to stop myself self-combusting from painting
My imperial agent Illis’Rho and Balmorra undercover agent Minder Twenty/Sanju Pyne. The only man who could ever make her blush. I miss these dorks a lot.

snuffysbox:

/quickly doodles nostalgic swtor couples to stop myself self-combusting from painting

My imperial agent Illis’Rho and Balmorra undercover agent Minder Twenty/Sanju Pyne. The only man who could ever make her blush. I miss these dorks a lot.

going a little overboard with the ‘member of Serini’s bounty hunter crew who cares about nothing but credits’ cover are we there

going a little overboard with the ‘member of Serini’s bounty hunter crew who cares about nothing but credits’ cover are we there