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Post  Mallow on Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:28 am

Greetings,

I have a question for you.

Where does the name Black Bhalir come from and what do you stand for?

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Post  Christian Hall on Mon Dec 22, 2014 5:40 am

"The Black Bha'lir was a society of smugglers who lived by a strict code of ethics. Their name was derived from the large, pack-hunting cats of Iyred known as the bha'lir."

Obviously we are a bit different in swc. We are mercs instead of smugglers. We don't follow the same rules, etc.

However we picked the name because we liked the way the group is portrayed in canon. While the group does morally questionable things, such as smuggling (our version kills) they do have a solid moral foundation, and aren't bad people. Members who do truly horrible things get kicked out or even hunted down. They focused more on the good of the group instead of what's best for the individual, and in a broader sense, what was good for the galaxy.

That concept fit really well with the ic stories behind the characters that started the faction.

So that's why we picked the name!

Due to it not being needed, actual moral rules haven't been written down yet, though those are in the works. But off the top of my head, the leaders of the faction are against slavery, racism, and killing of innocents. We are also against scamming and looting, in a more ooc sense, because that shows that the person is untrustworthy.
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