[ Corellia Digital ship Intervention in orbit of planet Druckenwell ]
The Venator was an archaic design for a star destroyer, originating in the last days of the Old Republic.
The inclusion of two bridge towers had been driven by necessity. The port tower had handled all ship-based functions, primarily the navigation of the ship, overseeing operation of the reactor core, and fire control over the main batteries. The starboard tower had handled all squadron-based functions, primarily debarkation control and de-conflicting starfighter flight profiles with the firing arc of the ship's main batteries. By the time of the Declaration of a New Order, the two bridge tower design had merged into a single tower. Over time, modernization efforts improved efficiency to where a single bridge could handle the functions of what had been two entirely distinct crews.
The Intervention was not merely an archaic design, the ship itself was a piece of history. Recovered from the surface of the planet Boz Pity, this ship had been Jedi General Anakin Skywalker's flagship in the Fifth Fleet during the Clone Wars. While it wasn't the Sentinel, the ship of the same class helmed by Jedi General Sor-Jan Xantha during the war, the connection to his own past had been too much for the young Anzat to pass up when he had discovered the wreckage during Silver Jedi exploration of the Tingel Arm region.
Today, the Intervention looked nothing like a Venator for eight centuries past. Not internally anyway. Firemane, Sasori, and Lucerne Labs technology had modernized the ship's power and navigation systems. Corellia Digital software and hardware allowed the mainframe to run calculations in a third the time it would have taken the Clone Wars era computers.
The port tower continued to serve it's original function. That being, it controlled the ship. Though now those functions included management and oversight of the hangar bay.
The starboard tower? That had become the mobile headquarters of the Corellia Digital corporation, including observation decks and a lavish apartment for the company's chief executive. A commercial quality holovid theater had even been installed, allowing the ship to demonstrate the quality and flexibility of its streaming holovid service through hosted exhibitions.
After having socialized with the elite of the Confederacy at Stewjon, the young Anzat had decided to host one such exhibition in orbit of Druckenwell, a planet where Corellia Digital and the Confederacy had collided through political and economic chance.
The holovid theater was playing a stream of movies. Classics, such as Younglings of the Corn, Sithspawn from the Black Lagoon, and Silence of the Droids.
A pair of sock-clad feet slid over the smooth floor, as the corporate executive appeared wearing pajamas. The shirt was a size too big for him, with the sleeves extending past his hands, and was emblazoned with a faded Endormon Go graphic. The pajama pants were decorated with colorful graphics depicting different characters from the Endormon franchise.
While the HoloNet and Holoflix demonstration was going on, the boy had invited the apprentice that he had met on Stewjon for a hologame tournament.
It was strictly business. She had a friend who needed a new hologame. So Sor-Jan was going to demonstrate several different games for her to see what
she... er, that is, her friend might like.
And what else went with hologames and pajamas? Pizza of course!
Honestly, he had no idea who to expect. He'd invited Srina, but told her that she could invite anyone from the Confederacy that she wanted. He'd heard about the Knights Obsidian. And something called Mando-Gora? Man-Boar-Hora? Something like that, but he had no idea what that was about.
He just hoped that whoever came liked Mandalorian, because Sor-Jan was not about to touch the Mandalorian pizza. Pineapple and nerf had their time and place, and his pizza was neither the time nor the place for those things to go together.