mardi 17 décembre 2013

Chronologie détaillée de la Nouvelle République (avec les hyper-liens)

The Rebellion era


After the Battle of Yavin (ABY)

Rebellion era (continued)

The New Republic era

  • 22 ABY
    • Jacen and Jaina Solo join the Luke Skywalker's Jedi Praxeum on Yavin 4.
    • Their younger brother Anakin Solo joins the Junior Jedi Class of the Academy months later and befriends a young Human girl named Tahiri Veila. The two young trainees have several adventures including discovering the Golden Globe and the ancient Jedi Master Ikrit, accompanying their Melodie friend Lyric to her homeworld of Yavin 8 to undergo an important ceremony, visits to Dagobah to discover Anakin's future and the discovery of Kenobi's lightsaber and an ancient Jedi holocron at Bast Castle on Vjun. Anakin later returns to Coruscant where he attended school, developed his piloting skills, and studied under the careful tutelage of C-3PO.
    • Luke and Mara Jade Skywalker travel to the Unknown Regions where they join a Chiss/Empire of the Hand mission to locate the remains of the ill-fated Old Republic/Jedi expedition Outbound Flight. They discover it in an inaccessible region known as the Redoubt and also learn that the survivors of the Outbound Flight have founded a colony within the wreckage. This combined team also defeats a Vagaari attack.
  • 23 ABY
    • Jacen and Jaina Solo fight against the Second Imperium which attempts to disrupt the peace between the New Republic and Imperial Remnant, as it has become known, and restart the Galactic Civil War.
    • Following the defeat of the Shadow Academy, the Jedi Academy is rebuilt. Anakin Solo also came to aid in the reconstruction efforts.
    • Leia Organa Solo resigns her post as Chief of State and the Bothan Borsk Fey'lya replaces her.

The New Jedi Order era

  • 35 ABY
    • Efforts to rebuild galactic civilization after the Yuuzhan Vong war continue, with many war-torn worlds still under reconstruction.
    • The Jedi, struggling to come to terms with a new role in the galaxy and a new philosophy on the Force are called upon to act as police and diplomats by the Galactic Alliance, despite the wishes of Luke Skywalker.
    • Luke Skywalker sees an image of his mother for the first time through R2-D2.
    • A mysterious alien race called the Killiks with a leader very strong in the Force, who are ancient enemies of the Chiss return, with some of the younger members of the Jedi interfering, and becoming part of their alien "Hive," physically and mentally joined to each other.
    • Voren Na'al publishes the New Essential Chronology.

The Legacy era

  • 44 ABY
    • Widespread slave uprisings spread throughout the galaxy, inspired by the Freedom Flight organization.
    • Galactic Alliance Chief of State Natasi Daala responds to these revolts with overwhelming and brutal force, leading to Imperial withdrawal from the Unification process.
    • The Jedi Order leads a coup to overthrow Daala, ending her reign and leading to her imprisonment. Luke Skywalker's exile is ended.
    • The dark side entity known as Abeloth manipulates the Galactic Senate to elect Rokari Kem, whom it possesses, as Chief of State. Chief of State Kem is used as a figurehead for Abeloth and the Lost Tribe of Sith to attempt to rule the galaxy.
    • At the Liberation of Coruscant the Jedi Order defeats the Lost Tribe of Sith and Abeloth. Wynn Dorvan is elected as Chief of State in the aftermath.
    • The Jedi Order is commanded by the Galactic Senate to leave Coruscant. The Jedi Temple is abandoned and the Order relocates to the academy on Shedu Maad.
    • Boba Fett helps Daala escape from prison, as she begins a campaign of revenge and conquest, intending to conquer the galaxy. The Imperial Remnant, led by Jagged Fel, declares war on Daala's forces.
  • 58       Amarr discovers jump drive technology, allowing instant jumps between systems with no stargates and enabling far more rapid expansion.
  • 121 The Gallente Federation is founded. Caldari are forced by circumstance to join.
  • 127 ABY – The Sith–Imperial War
    • The Galactic Alliance, Jedi Order and Yuuzhan Vong complete a successful terraforming of the war devastated planet Ossus. As a result, Yuuzhan Vong terraforming technology is implemented on a hundred other planets. The One Sith sabotages the program, causing renewed hostility to the Yuuzhan Vong and distrust of the Jedi.
    • The resurgent Galactic Empire (formerly the Imperial Remnant) starts a secession movement against the Alliance, in part due to the failure of the Ossus Project.
    • The Empire declares war on the Alliance, claiming violations of the Treaty of Anaxes.
    • The Sith form an alliance with the Galactic Empire through the Director of Imperial Intelligence Nyna Calixte.
  • 130 ABY
    • The Galactic Alliance is defeated at Coruscant and its remaining territories are absorbed by the Empire which becomes the new galactic government. The Jedi Order is nearly destroyed during a massacre at Ossus, with Kol Skywalker as one of the casualties.
    • The One Sith turns against Emperor Roan Fel and his Imperial Knights. Darth Krayt usurps the Imperial throne, though some parts of the Empire remain loyal to Fel.
  • 137 ABY
    • Cade Skywalker, bounty hunter and descendant of Luke Skywalker, lives in self-imposed exile from the Jedi. He begins to rediscover his destiny as a Jedi Knight and as a member of the Skywalker family, and rises to fight the new Sith. He embarks on a series of adventures aboard his starship Mynock.
    • Darth Krayt is killed by Darth Wyyrlok (III) after the Battle on Had Abbadon, then resurrected on Korriban.
  • (Approx) Quafe first appears
  • The Jove make themselves known to the Gallente; engage in limited diplomacy
  • All four major nations of New Eden have by this point come into contact with each other
  • The Jove make themselves known to the rest of the four empires
  • CONCORD is founded by the five empires
236 (YC 0)
  • Eden Standard Time (EST) is agreed upon by world leaders at the historic Yoiul Conference. A period of accelerated space colonization by independent parties begins
YC 4
YC 5
  • Sansha’s Nation begins to form
YC 7
YC 11
YC 12
YC 37
  • Sansha Kuvakei’s experiments are uncovered, and his nation is attacked and dismantled by the four empires. Sansha himself is killed
YC 55
YC 57
  • Ceul Darieux builds stargate to Ouperia, becomes international celebrity, founds CreoDron 
YC 75
  • Salvador Sarpati purchases the Serpentis system and starts building his organization there
YC 80
  • InterBus is formed 
YC 86
YC 95
YC 100
  • Dorn en Diabel dies in a freak accident. His oldest son, Gare en Diabel, inherits his father’s position of power in the Syndicate

Empyrean Age (YC 105 - Present)

YC 105

  • The capsule and the clone are joined. Capsuleers begin plying the spaceways and the Empyrean age begins.
  • The Crielere Project begins as a major Caldari-Gallente joint endeavour and perhaps the greatest scientific project ever seen in New Eden.
  • Amarr Emperor Heideran VII is awarded the Aidonis for contributions to interstellar peace.
  • Heideran VII dies and Succession Trials are held, resulting in Doriam Kor-Azor ascending to the Imperial Throne as Doriam II.

YC 106

  • The Crielere Project dissolves in acrimony following the revelation that Ishukone Corporation had been unilaterally appropriating technology from the Caldari-Gallente co-operative project.
  • CONCORD reveal the existence of a series of deep space bases together with a network of 'smuggler gates' linking the lawless outer regions.
  • UDI terrorists strike at a major celebrity event in the Gallente Federation, killing many guests and narrowly missing a chance to assassinate President Souro Foiritan in what becomes known as the 'Elarel Massacre'.
  • President Foiritan succeeds in having the Gallente Federation constitution amended to permit an incumbent president to run for a second term.
  • The Jove Empire assigns Misu Baniya as a roving ambassador to the four major empires and other factions. Baniya is later disassembled in a freak teleporter accident but reconstructed after his molecular fragments are recovered.
  • Major rogue drone infestations are discovered across empire space.
  • CONCORD formally recognises capsuleer alliances and licenses starbase technology for capsuleer use.

YC 107

  • Zainou Biotech biochemist Ullia Hnolku goes missing, with his wife Eckarine Mitumi-Hnolku, taking with him the formula for Insorzapine bisulfate, known as Insorum
  • A Serpentis strike force hijacks the Molyneux, one of the six Soltueur-class Titans controlled by the Federation Navy.
  • The Blood Raiders initiate a chemical attack on Mabnen I, allegedly using a modified form of Insorum, resulting in a horrific loss of life. This attack goes down in history as the 'Mabnen Incident'.
  • In retaliation for the Mabnen attack, the Amarr Empire goes to war with the Blood Raider Covenant and expels them from the Bleak Lands.
  • Emperor Doriam II is assassinated. Court Chamberlain Dochuta Karsoth assumes interim control of the Empire.

YC 108

  • An explosion in the atmosphere of Reschard V devastates the planet, killing almost all its inhabitants.
  • The Amarr Privy Council lifts the edict of suppression against the Order of St. Tetrimon, clearing the way for the Order to openly return to the Empire. The edict is later reinstated after conflict between the Order and the Theology Council.
  • Gallente Federation Presidential Elections are held with Souro Foiritan winning by a narrow margin.
  • Republic Fleet Captain Karishal Muritor steals a Republic mothership and his Defiants organization begins a long campaign against the Amarr in the Bleak Lands.
  • Violent worker uprisings take place in the Caldari State in Kassigainen and Sirppala systems.
  • Stargates to the 'Drone Regions' are activated and capsuleers rush to exploit these new territories.

YC 109

  • The Defiants succeed in destroying an Amarrian battlestation in the Bleak Lands.
  • Karishal Muritor is killed by Republic Fleet forces after refusing to hand himself in at a truce meeting.
  • Royal Heir Aritcio Kor-Azor found guilty of mass transgressions against the people of the Kor-Azor domain by the Speakers of Truth and suffers a traditional penalty stopping just short of death.
  • Continuing worker violence in the Caldari State is suppressed after the Brothers of Freedom organization is dismantled by Caldari security forces.
  • The Amarrian 7th Fleet arrives in the Bleak Lands and conflict with the Defiants flares up once more.
  • A strange new stellar object is noticed by Capsuleers, it is dubbed The Bright Star.

YC 110

  • Ammar Court Chamberlain Dochuta Karsoth claims that several Theology Council Justices were at the heart of a conspiracy to assassinate him.
  • Tibus Heth rises to the position of CEO of Caldari Constructions after a worker revolt and buyout. Heth later consolidates his position, forms the Caldari Providence Directorate and assumes control of the Caldari State.
  • The Nyx-class mothership FNS Wandering Saint rams into the Ishukone Headquarters station in Malkalen, killing Ishukone CEO Otro Gariushi and over 420,000 people in what becomes known as the 'Malkalen Disaster'.
  • The Elder Fleet attacks and disables CONCORD, starting the Elder War, before mounting a large-scale invasion of the Amarr Empire and Ammatar Mandate.
  • The Caldari State invades the Gallente Federation, occupying Caldari Prime, before a ceasefire is agreed leaving the Caldari homeworld under State control.
  • Jamyl Sarum, long thought dead, returns to the Amarr Empire and repels the Elder Fleet with a mysterious 'superweapon'.
  • CONCORD reasserts its control and activates the 'Emergency Militia War Powers Act', leading to the formation of capsuleer militias by the four empires.
  • Maleatu Shakor is elected unopposed as Prime Minister of the Minmatar Republic.
  • Jamyl Sarum is crowned Empress Jamyl I.
  • The House Kador fleet invades Gallente Federation territory and is repelled by a vastly superior Gallente fleet.
  • A retaliatory Gallente expeditionary force recovers the traitorous Grand Admiral Anvent Eturrer from Kador space.
  • Royal Khanid Navy operations against the Blood Raider Covenant result in the capture of renegade Court Chamberlain Dochuta Karsoth.
  • Anvent Eturrer and Dochuta Karsoth are executed.
  • Empress Jamyl I orders the emancipation of all slaves of 9th generation and upwards.

YC 112

YC 113

YC 115 (351 ABY, 8964 AD)

  • Current year

14 commentaires:

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L'année 146 après la Bataille de Yavin (8613+146=8759) est capitale car elle permet aux mondes émergents Amarr, Minmatar, Gallente et Caldari d'être reliés par les communications hyper-luminiques.

Probablement situés dans les "Régions Inconnues" selon les cartes de Star Wars (voir : ou encore, ces empires émergents se hisseront bien vite au niveau de l'Empire Fel ou de l'Alliance Galactique désormais partenaires pacifiques au sein du Triumvirat.

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Du coup, la localisation de Nouvel Eden (les milliers de mondes d'EVE) pourrait être "entre Rakata Prime et Abregado-Rae" d'après la carte

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Encore une carte qui montre les Régions Inconnues et les différents théâtres d'opérations militaires.

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Une belle carte de Star Wars ... sachant qu'Amarr, Minmatar, Gallente, Caldari et autres Jove n'y apparaissent pas. Pas encore ...

Selon la synthèse des deux univers (Star Wars et EVE) telle que je la suggère, ils vont se compléter.

Dans les Régions Inconnues, au-delà du bulbe galactique, vers ce qui fut l'ancien empire des Rakata, ces nouvelles puissances commencent à concurrencer les plus anciennes grâce à leurs progrès technologiques (à partir de 146 ABY, soit 8759) et de manière affirmée dès 236 ABY (8613+236 = 8849) puisqu'un nouveau calendrier spécifique aux membres du CONCORD et directement concurrent de celui du Triumvirat, se met en place.

Au passage, il faut signaler qu'il commence pratiquement 800 ans après les conflits entre la Confédération de Naflin et les Colons libertaires (victorieux grâce à Zarouh Kahn). Et également 800 ans après la fermeture du Trou de ver (selon ma première synthèse réalisée ici :

De là à dire que les mondes d'EVE n'ont été coupés du reste de la galaxie que pendant 8 siècles et non 8 millénaires, il n'y a qu'un pas ... que je franchis allègrement.

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Un autre événement majeur du calendrier EVE marque le début de l'Âge de l'Empyrée ( Empyrean Age). Il survient en "YC 105" soit en 18954 EH.

The capsule and the clone are joined. Capsuleers begin plying the spaceways and the Empyrean age begins.

L'esprit fusionné avec la machine (le vaisseau spatial en l'occurrence) peut être transféré dans un clone.

Plus précisément : le corps du pilote est dans une "capsule" ce qui lui permet de contrôler le vaisseau comme s'il s'agissait de son propre corps; puis cet esprit numérisé/informatisé peut être envoyé dans un autre support, une incarnation, un double de lui-même (clone du corps d'origine).

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Capsule or Pod is a 4m long egg shaped Starship with built in sub-light propulsion systems capable of performing warp.

Modern capsules (hydrostatic capsules) are highly advanced devices and must not be confused with basic escape pods or emergency capsules in the sense that a Hydrostatic Capsule's main purpose is not for emergency situations. The main purpose of a capsule is to allow the capsuleer to command a spaceship with his/her mind, eliminating the need to relay commands to ship crew. In order to do so, a capsule must board the other ship. Most modern ships in New Eden are designed to be capsule compatible.

A Hydrostatic Capsule houses a fluid tank filled with ectoplasmic liquid (also called "pod goo"), various life-support systems, advanced neural interfaces and a transneural burning scanner, in addition to a basic capacitor and propulsion units, all covered with minimal armor coating.

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Ship Command

A Hydrostatic Capsule allows a capsuleer (pod pilot) to command a spaceship by issuing mental commands directly to the ship's control systems. This allows the capsuleer to command spaceships with greater efficiency, almost eliminates the human error factor and greatly reduces the crew size necessary for the operation of a ship. Bypassing the need to issue/relay commands to crew members when controlling a spaceship requires that the capsuleer remains in statis inside his pod. When inside a spaceship, the capsule links itself to the ships's mainframe, which effectively grants the total control of the ship to the capsuleer.

While most frigate sized ships require no crew when piloted by a capsuleer, as the ship size increases, so does the number of specialist required to keep the ship's systems functional. A capital ship still requires thousands of experts to function properly, even when piloted by a capsuleer.

Capsules also function as emergency escape vehicles in case the spaceship they are piloting is destroyed. A pod pilot may also willingly leave its ship behind while in space, but doing so leaves the ship vulnerable; another capsuleer may easily board the now-abandoned vessel and claim it.

Since YC 104, all hydrostatic capsules are fitted with transneural burning scanners, which is a crucial component for successful cloning of the capsuleer in case of hull-breach (also called pod kill). Thanks to the advances in cloning technology and FTL communications, another function of the capsule is to make the capsuleer effectively immortal, by scanning the brain patterns of the pod pilot in the moment of death, thus allowing near perfect memory replication, which is almost impossible in any other situation. When a capsule's hull is breached, which signals that the death of the pod pilot is imminent, the transneural burning scanner takes a snapshot of the capsuleer's brain while destroying the brain tissue during the process. The information is then relayed to a cloning station where the pilot has a clone prepared for this purpose and the brain structure is re-created based on the snapshot. Within seconds following his or her "death", the capsuleer awakens, safely, inside a clone reanimation unit.

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Technical Specifications

Technically speaking, the capsule itself is a spaceship, with on-board capacitor and propulsion systems capable of initiating warp. But it must be stressed that the capsule is an extremely fragile vessel; its shield, armor and structure is designed not to withstand combat but to protect its contents against the depressurized, cold space.

Capsules do not offer any fitting options.

Their small size facilitates maneuvering and allows rapid acceleration, shortening the time required to initiate warp. Capsules have small signature radii which increases the locking time of any hostile ship.


Capsules are first developed and used by Jovians. Roughly 120 years ago, during the Gallente-Caldari War, the Jovians contacted the Caldari and provided them with the capsule technology.

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Sansha's Nation is a rogue state that occupies the Stain region. It was founded over a hundred years ago by Sansha Kuvakei, who wished to create a utopian society based around the exploitation of brainwashed slave labor and a small, cybernetically enhanced elite. Nation, as it is called by its citizens, was destroyed by a CONCORD-led coalition of the empires in YC 37, leaving only remnants behind. However, the survivors managed to band together and reemerged in YC105, gradually restoring its power and growing until launching a series of invasions into empire space in YC112.

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Jamyl Sarum, styled Jamyl I, was the Empress of the Amarr Empire from YC110 to YC117. Assumed dead for many years, she returned to lead the Empire at the Battle of Mekhios and was subsequently crowned Empress by the surviving Heirs. She assumed the throne in YC110. Her brief reign was marked by sweeping change within the Empire.

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The Battle of Mekhios, fought on June 10th, YC 110, was a major space engagement between the Amarr Empire and the Minmatar Elder Fleet. It occurred in orbit around Mekhios, the third planet in Sarum Prime. Jamyl Sarum led the Amarr forces in a route of the invading Elder Fleet, using a Terran superweapon to turn the tide of battle. The battle forced the Elder Fleet to retreat from Empire space, preventing the release of billions of slaves. Jamyl Sarum was hailed as a savior of the Empire and used the popularity of her victory to claim the Imperial throne.

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The Amarr Heirs are the heads of the five royal families, the highest caste of the Holders apart from the Emperor Family itself. Even if the Emperor is the head of state his power outside his immediate vicinity is limited. The entrenched bureaucracy and the semi-feudal governing system means that all over the empire there are local lords that enjoy almost complete autonomy most of time. The Heirs are the most powerful of these lords. Each heir family has vast domains spanning dozens of solar systems. The power of the heirs can best be seen in the way each of them shapes their domain to fit his own wishes. The result is that the Amarr Empire is a patchwork of rules and regulations, customs and traditions.

The power of the heir families originates in the changes made during the Moral Reforms some 1500 years ago, when the influence of the Apostles was curbed. The Privy Council, the unofficial government of the empire, also dates from this time and all the heirs sit on it. Four of the current heir families are the original families given royal status during the Moral Reform. The fifth is a recent addition after the Khanid Family was exiled. The five families are: the Ardishapur Family, the Kador Family, the Sarum Family, the Kor-Azor Family and the Tash-Murkon Family

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Death of Empress Jamyl I

On August 21 YC 117, Jamyl I's Avatar-class Titan TES Seraph was annihilated by a massive and sudden attack by the dangerous and enigmatic Drifters. Jamyl had travelled to the Safizon system to attend the commissioning ceremony for the new Imperial Navy flagship Auctoritas. The empress' Titan was immediately destroyed by the mass firing of the Drifters' superweapons, and this was soon followed by the destruction of Jamyl's escape pod, ending the empress' life.

In a previous appearance, Jamyl had downplayed the danger of the Drifters, claiming their threat was "contained". Days after her death, Court Chamberlain Pomik Haromi - as Regent of the Empire - formally declared war on the Drifter forces.

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The latest presumed threat to descend upon New Eden, The Drifters are still a mystery in many ways. One thing that seems certain is that their technology far outstrips that available to the Empires and thus every attempt should be made to learn more. With this in mind the following data has been compiled.

The first hint of a possible threat came in two forms. Firstly the presence of Circadian Seekers in systems throughout New Eden, which will be discussed later. The second was in the form of immense cloaked structures. Over time the cloaking on these structured failed, revealing them and allowing them to be identified as Jove Observatories. The exact link between the Drifters and the observatories is as yet not understood.

It is notable that much of their efforts involve the seeming protection and harvesting of these structures, many of which are now in a state of disrepair. Work on the Entosis links and their deployment to Capsuleers has revealed a data-store going back several decades. It is clear therefore that the empires have been under observation for quite some time by the presumed missing Jovians and, additionally, that the Drifters covet the information thus gleaned.

A report by Eran Mintor describes the observatories as emitting an Audible signal.

A number of capsuleer organizations, such as ONS. have worked on extracting information from the observatories. Their findings can be found here

Unidentified Wormholes

Located in close proximity to several of the observatories, these wormholes seem to be technologically generated and stabilized by the Drifters using Sleeper technology, as the various structures located around the periphery have been identified as “Sleeper Thermoelectric Converter” and “Sleeper Multiplex Forwarder”.

While at first Capsuleers could not enter these wormholes, something unknown has recently changed, and the wormholes can now be used by capsuleer ships. They seem to lead to new systems that are populated by sleeper enclaves of various types, more wormholes, spacial rifts - some that seem to be guarded by numerous weapons platforms (now inactive) - as well as other unknown structures and sites. These new systems have been confirmed as the same systems from which the Helen Tukoss broadcast originated (as his body was recently found there by a search expedition). However, while many Drifter ships are still present, the large armada he reported about is no longer there. Much exploration of these new regions is needed. The Drifter activity in these systems seem to hint of an unclear relationship with the sleepers. they use Sleeper tech and may even prey upon the sleepers themselves.