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The Suppression is a short story in the Golden Age of the Republic series of Star Wars e-publications written by Aban Fiolli. Set in the prosperous period after the Ruusan Reformation, the short story highlights the crisis and intrigue on Eriadu from the perspective of the despotic leader B'Rhea during the Mint Revolution as he attempts to subvert the society for personal gain.


Read: The Suppression online on Star Wars Fanon.

Caution: This text contains potentially offensive polticial, xenographic, or sexist rhetoric, as well as elements of torture and sexual harassment. These are performed by the character and do not reflect the views of the author. Reader discretion is strongly advised.


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The storyline of The Suppression stemmed from a need in the larger Golden Age of the Republic series to extrapolate the political climate surrounding the Seswenna Security Crisis. The despotic leader, B'Rhea, was named as an homage to the Star Wars Fanon administrator and contributor, Brandon Rhea. The backstory for his political nemesis was provided in part by the administrator Solus, and the leader of the Arrain Makila was named for the user. Part of Casei Solus's backstory was her execution, which became the focus of the short story.

Rather than create another story in the same manner as the novels, The Suppression and other short stories in the series were crafted as first-person reflections on key events in the individual's history. For The Suppression, B'Rhea was selected as the orator of the moments surrounding his "final victory" over the Arrain Makila by executing its leader. The intent was to execute the story by imbuing it with the intents and motivations of one of the major participants. It was also desired to have this seemingly limited view, hoping that the isolated perspective also brought to the fore the motivations and personalities of the characters that played a role in the larger metastory.


This work aims to not conflict with canon, as established by Lucasfilm, Ltd.; although accidental conflicts might occur. All terms copyrighted by Lucasfilm, Ltd. are their sole intellectual property, and the author does not seek to infringe on those copyrights. At the same time, all intellectual rights to other properties, including storyline and prose belong to Fiolli. All comments should be left on the author's talk page or on the novel's talk page. Lastly, edits to the novel should be confined to spelling and grammar corrections. If a conflict of canon arises, please leave a note on the talk page.

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