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==History==
 
==History==
 
The Raptor Pirates were founded in Winter 1998 by "Dane," a former member of the [[Rebel Alliance]] High Command. Immediately after Dane formed the Raptor Pirates, he recruited PaulDaJedi, the leader of Rebel Special Forces and the former second-in-command of the Rebellion. Within two months Dane decided to rejoin the Rebellion and control of the Raptor Pirates was transferred to PaulDaJedi who remains the leader to this day.<ref name="Origins">[http://web.archive.org/web/20011024222049/raptorpirates.freeservers.com/about.htm Raptor Pirates - About] (Archived)</ref>
 
The Raptor Pirates were founded in Winter 1998 by "Dane," a former member of the [[Rebel Alliance]] High Command. Immediately after Dane formed the Raptor Pirates, he recruited PaulDaJedi, the leader of Rebel Special Forces and the former second-in-command of the Rebellion. Within two months Dane decided to rejoin the Rebellion and control of the Raptor Pirates was transferred to PaulDaJedi who remains the leader to this day.<ref name="Origins">[http://web.archive.org/web/20011024222049/raptorpirates.freeservers.com/about.htm Raptor Pirates - About] (Archived)</ref>
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