The Compili Family Apr 5, 2015 15:33:50 GMT -5
Post by Court Baron Butters on Apr 5, 2015 15:33:50 GMT -5
Faction Name: The Compili Kajidic
Faction Type: Hutt Kajidic
Faction Leader: Hobro The Hutt
Player Character Members: Jobe The Hutt, and E-Vanos
Other Important Members:
Hobro II - First son of Hobro The Hutt
Vinda The Hutt - Second in command only to Hobro, and his primary concubine.
Zondo - Third son of Hobro
Unnamed Hutt - Unidentified child of Vinda The Hutt
"Service with a smirk."
- Compili Family motto
Intentions: The Compili family has few long term goals as a collective, and is mostly interest in pursuing further monetary compensation through their crime syndicate, as well as gaining more political sway with the republic, and the rest of the Hutt families.
Common Beliefs: Members within the Compili family are mostly like-minded in that they believe in self-preservation, and preservation of the family through any means necessary. However, those sworn merely sworn to the kajidic may be simply motivated by money, and little else.
Allies: Hutt Grand Council, and various other Hutt families in Hutt space
Headquarters: The Compili Family Palace located on Deysum III in the Deysum system.
Other Strongholds: Randon
Number of Members: 12 members of the Compili family, and approximately a hundred members in the overall Kajidic syndicate.
Other Assets: The Compili family would technically claim all assets in the systems of Randon, and Deysum, and seeing as how many of the individuals living in these planets owe the family for one thing or another (like protection) so this claim may not be entirely far-fetched. As for the assets the family physically holds; several dozen freighters for smuggling, and various other jobs, the palace in Deysum, and many of the remnants of the fortresses on the planet, a few hundred battle droids, and various other droids, the life debts of two wookies, and many other indentured servants.
Standard-Issue Weapons: SE-14 Blaster Pistol, and the E5 Blaster rifle. (for Droid use).
Standard-Issue Apparel: N/A (Highly personalized, or non-existent for droids).
Vehicles: various custom built swoop bikes, and podracers for illegal racing.
Starships: The Compili family own mostly expensive Yachts for use only by family members, Yachts such as the sorosuub 3000, the H-type Nubian yacht, and the J-type star skiff. The family also owns several freighters for smuggling, and other such jobs.
Other Equipment: Some droids carry thermal detonators.
Though it's impossible to put an exact date on the origin of the the families blood pool, The Compili's can potentially track the origin of their Kajidic back to approximately 1000 BBY, after the unification of two lesser known Kajidics: Though very little can be told about the families operations back then, what can be said is that the family has always been lobbying for greater power within the Hutt grand council, and within the greater crime circles of the galaxy.
The family - naturally - struggled after the fall of Jaba, and the rise of the new supreme mogul, but have since gotten back on their feet, they have not since returned to their former glory, but have been re-situating themselves in the galaxies crime hierarchy.
In recent times the family has begun the mass buy-outs of freighters, and droids after the acquisition of the Deysum system: An abandoned military complex created by the imperials, the Hutt family moved their headquarters into this heavily fortified haven, and began refurbishing this fortress world, it turned into quite the lucrative venture, as most of the inhabitants began paying the Compili family for protection, this newly found income helped pay for the expensive renovations, and production of the small, but adequate droid army amassed by the family.
The family has also begun spreading its political wings in last few hundred years by arranging diplomatic missives into the republic, thanks largely to the efforts of Vida, and Jobe The Hutt their political goals are relatively unknown at the moment.
A recent issue has struck the family, and caused quite the stir among its members, a recent addition to the family - Zondo - the third son of Hobro The Hutt was born at quite the inopportune time. Hobro's age has been a major concern of the family for the past hundred years or so, its very rare that a Hutt lives past 1,000, and just a few years before he turned 1,000 he had the young Zondo which been living within the Lorda's Birthing sack for the past 40 plus years. It is likely that the Hutt will be born soon, but as a precautionary many years ago the mistress Vinda had am unamed child of her own in anticipation in case the Hutt needed to be transplanted to another birthing sack in the event of Hobro's death. This scandal has caused a small curve in ideology in the family, and those working for the family, seeing as how the youngling within Vinda would be killed if Zondo was transplanted.
Though not all recent events have been detrimental to the families well being: The empiric occupation of Hutt space was originally met with great distaste - With Vinda The Hutt even going as far as to say that The Empire was "A great parasite on the tail of Hutt expressionism" - In the long term the annexation actually ended up benefiting from the unwelcomed assault. After the old Empire fell they left many of there forts abandoned, including the one on Deysum III, within a system that the family now controls, this highly fortified planet is now the primary stronghold for the families base of operations.
In addition - The rise of the new Empire has been met with unease, much like the aforementioned annexation, the Hutts hope they can somehow benefit from the war that will surely occur between this new Empire, and the new Republic, though many family members have met this notion with skepticism. An argument that has primarily taken place between Hobro, and his mistress, with Hobro claiming that the Empire will only bring more misfortune upon the galaxy, and Vinda claiming that with a little exploitation they can turn this new war into a cash-cow.
The perceived future goals, and the legitimate goals of this Kajidic create a harsh dichotomy. Outsiders likely presume they will only continue to whore their ties in drug circles, and criminal rings to expand their might, and their wallets. Because to an outsider, this is all the Hutts do, but in actuality the plans of this Hutt family is far more complex, and possible more sinister - albeit more peaceful - Jobe has large shoes to fill having virtually replaced Vinda in the diplomatic world of this syndicate, and their ambitions may be centered around this young Hutts talents. Jobes body weight is huge, but his dreams are even larger, after forming a close connection with the republic he hopes to become a senator, and only then will his family gain the prestige of kings, there is no end to the amount of connections that may be forged once this simple bond has been tied.