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Rogriss, Teren

this man served the Imperial Navy for many years, eventually being promoted to Admiral. After the Battle of Endor, Rogriss remained loyal to those who upheld the ideals of the New Order, and vehemently opposed the warlords who sprang up in the wake of the Emperor's death. He especially despised Zsinj, and went so far as to contact the New Republic warship Mon Remonda to request an audience. During the meeting with Garik Loran, Rogriss proposed a secret alliance in which both sides would trade information about Zsinj, in the hopes that one of them would bring the warlord down. He even went so far as to "loan" the Interdictor-class warship Stellar Web to Han Solo for his attack on Zsinj at Selaggis Six. After learning that Zsinj was still alive, Rogriss was sent on several other missions to hunt the warlord down. However, Rogriss was always a step behind Admiral Ackbar and Solo, and was eventually demoted from fleet commander - although he remained an Admiral - and given only a single support ship to command with the Agonizer. In this capacity, he was assigned to escort Turr Phennir and the pilots of the 181st Fighter Group to Adumar for the negotiations on Adumar's future. He was ordered by his superiors to ensure the Empire gained control of Adumar, at any cost. This order conflicted with his own sense of personal honor, and he eventually decided to ignore any order which called for the destruction of Adumari resources, should they side with the New Republic. He made hihs intentions known to Wedge Antilles, who agreed to help contact his family if he ever had to flee the wrath of the Empire. Rogriss' wife had died several years prior, but his two children survived. Wedge agreed, and Rogriss proved true to his word. When the Adumari chose to join the Republic, Rogriss chose to take the Agonizer out of orbit and leave the system, rather than destroy their society. Rogriss then returned to Adumar, in the hopes of helping them learn more realistic warfare techniques to replace their honor-based system. He remained on the planet as a defense minister for the perator.
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