The Sith Empire and Jedi backed Republic are fighting a cold war that has kept the galaxy under constant threat. Bitter disputes and skirmishes flare up across all sectors. None are willing to openly declare war and seem content with goading the other into making the first move. A group of Sith apprentices are summoned before the Dark Council on Dromund Kaas to undertake a mission of the utmost importance. One that may have a profound affect the Sith/Jedi struggle. One that may tip the scales of balance in the galaxy. One that they must keep secret from all, except those who need to know. They are rivals. Each with a master who is pulling their strings for their own agendas. Each knows that the others are against them but they do not know to what extent. Is this a test of the Dark Council to pit them against each other to weed out the weak? Will they put aside their rivalries for the betterment of the Sith Empire or will they succumb to the seductive Power of the Darkside?
Zandar Vexx played by Dan Helderman
Kept from the Sith imperial machine for the majority of his training, Zandar is very much an enigma. He was not traditionally trained at the Sith Academy. He was trained by Darth Studis on an undisclosed world by unsanctioned means.
Daemus Karn played by Mark Knapp
The most promising product of the Sith Academy in decades, Karn is the apprentice of Darth Invidius. His command of the dark side is borderline mythic making him the first Sith since Darth Inferis to be given the label of “prodigy”.
Kadri Dyvas played by Mike Bridges
The cunning and deadly apprentice to the Spider, Kadri is his mistress’ implement of death. He is a skilled assassin that specializes in hard target elimination. His loyalty is unquestioned and his effectiveness is undeniable.
Riq Da’Naer played by Jayson King
Riq is fits the stereotype of Correlian space jockey perfectly. He was raised on a starship and cut his teeth as a freighter captain during the tail end of the Great Galactic War at the young age of sixteen and developed quite a reputation during the ensuing Cold War.
Syphus Baan played by Shawn King
A member of Clan Varad, Syphus has struck out on his own to find his fortune as many Mandalorians tend to do. He is a skilled tracker, but his real talent is as a marksman. There are few, even among the Mandalorians, who can match him with a rifle.