Eshan is a planet that has seen its fair share of turmoil in the past few years. The capital, Eshan City, bears the brunt of the devastation that was left by the occupation attempts of the Mandalorian Empire. From massive monsters tearing through the streets to a capital ship dead dropping into the heart of the populace—the scars of an orbital bombardment can still be seen. The world was left with a great wound, a great darkness, and restoration efforts continue to this day. The triumph of the Echani people, at the aid of CIS, was hard-fought and bittersweet. It stole homes, claimed lives, and has forever reshaped the surface of a proud and stalwart civilization.
Yet—When the smoke cleared, the Mandalorians left, and Eshan was once again able to claim sovereignty. The Echani people are once again in control of their homeworld. Though their capital had been shattered, left in ruins, they choose to persevere.
SJO seeks to come offer aid to the healing capitol. There is a schoolyard in an outer district that the community had lacked funds to raise back up. With the supplies donated by SJO, the community plans to regather there and work through the mess piece by piece. Together.
In exchange for SJO’s efforts, an Echani instructor has offered to coach their willing padawans through some Echani fighting forms.
Objective 1: Class on Echani style of fighting from a resident themself. There you will get to square off with your peers, learn the Echani language of fighting, and maybe even glimpse a little Echani culture!
Objective 2: Restoration assistance of a schoolyard. It’s got rocks and stuff. Probs a body or two. Is sads. Much reflection on war.
Object 3: A community garden has been erected across the street. It serves as a place to pay respect to those lost. Each plant was placed by someone who had lost another. You may add to the garden if you wish.
The Echani are a Near-Human species from the Inner Rim planet Eshan. The Echani have similar anatomy to that of humans, but with light skin, white hair and silver eyes
Echani culture holds the belief that to know one fully, you must fight them. Echani fighting was not only self-defense, but a form of self-expression, a means of communication similar to art.