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With those beliefs its members look to the organization as the true and just rulers of the galaxy. They do as others do but they are honest about it.
 
With those beliefs its members look to the organization as the true and just rulers of the galaxy. They do as others do but they are honest about it.
 
==History==
 
Black Nebula derives its name from an unstable Nebula in the unknown regions that helped found the organization. It is said that to look upon that nebula is to see things as they really are. It is said that when Prard' Al Keyrek looked into the nebula, he saw the galaxy in its entirety. He saw the corruption in the New Republic, the hypocrisy of the Empire and the boredom of Hapes, and its isolation. He realized that the galaxy was corrupt, rotten and selfish. He saw clearly what was needed. The galaxy needed honesty. So he decided to do something about it and he founded the Black Nebula. It would become a monument to crime, theft, piracy and anger which he believed ruled the galaxy.
 
 
Black Nebula then exploded into the galaxy, completely stripping the Chiss Ascendancy Government to the bone and revealed themselves to the galaxy only hours later.
 
   
 
==Banner==
 
==Banner==
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