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The Great Force War, Mission 17b: Monolith . . - Log of Grand Master Yurren Relm - I have been such a fool! I should have realised that the Sith were tracking us. No sooner than we arrived at Mortis the Sith launched their attack, several transports managed to escape too the planet's surface but many others were forced to return to the cruisers. I commanded the fleet form our flagship Valcary, it was a hard battle and we lost many, many ships. - End Log - The bridge of the Valcary where Yurren stands with Admiral Keshtah. The view down the Valcary's bow. In the distance a Jedi cruiser has her engines blown out by the Sith fighters (The red studs) Jedi fighters (Green studs) race around the Valcary protecting her from the Sith bombers. The orange studs represent blown up fighters. Certainly not my best mission at all but still, I hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to comment and join The Great Force War today!!

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