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The Imperium of War knows about the Mithadorn, Teyan and Ankoran because they're located in Segmentum Exterioris, which is also where the Hegemony is located.
Speaking of the Hegemony, they're set to be destroyed as per Patriot's will. Since your states are from the same Segmentum as them, I thought I could ask you if are intrested to join the Hand of Retribution, which details their fall.
You see, the problem is this: with the Hegemony so internally scattered by the Brotherhood of Darklings, it is suddenly unable to defend itself when it comes under attack not only by the Brotherhood, but also by the Hand of Retribution (=Mendel Pact) and the Koatria Protectors. And without allies, they would get steamrolled.
To counteract this, what I propose is an Hegemony-Mithadorn-Teyan-Ankoran Alliance, which would come into play at Hegemony's Fall. The Hegemony sees itself as the dominant power in Exterioris (and they have the might to back up this claim), but they're not that agressive, and, as Patriot told me once, would rather form a defensive pact with other Exterioris states to defend the Segmentum than chosing to dominate it trough force.
The alliance between your three nations and the Hegemony -if you're ok with this- would -most likely- happen after the Mithadorn-Teyan-Ankoran alliance but before the Mithadorn-Xilic-Dreacorran war. In this situation, the Hegemony loyalists would to call upon their defensive pacts with "it's sword brethren of Exterioris" (the Mithadorn, Teyan and Ankoran) to defend itself.
Long story short, the Hegemony is still destroyed in the end (but not before the tides are nearly turned), which leaves the Mithadorn and co to be the dominant power in the region - and it would set open the pathway to further collaboration, perhaps in Mirus itself as per colonisation or something else.
Hm. That's an interesting idea, but I'm afraid the three Exteroris states would simply be too occupied to focus on another nation they've only got one similarity with and found an alliance. If anything, they'd probably stand aside and only offer refugee to any civilians escaping.
They're not the type to get into politics like that, nor risk needlessly pissing off other nations; none are big enough to cope with it, and have their own problems to deal with already.
Regarding Mirus, though... I do have a thought with that. The Grand Teyan Empire are setting up now and invading the Gigaguadrant. Whether people notice or care is up for debate, though I'd like them to have some front in Mirus.
I don't really know when this conflict happens relative to the Hand of Retribution, though they probably aren't concurrent events. The HoR is on hold anyways, so that shouldn't be a problem.
Regardless, Patriot never specified exactly which state caused the final collapse of the Hegemony, so the Grand Teyan Empire talking up this role would make this matter much simpler. That way, the Hand of Retribution would only need to take out the Hegemony's Mirus colonies instead of uncharacteristically invading another galaxy. The scattered remains of the Hegemony could then join forces with the resistance, eventually giving rise to their cult-like successor. Though I'm afraid that they won't be offering that much of a speedbump to the Grand Empire, as that is beyond my jurisdiction (which is -in Patriot's absence- making sure the Hegemony falls and is reborn as planned).
Right. The main powers of Mirus are no pushovers, and at the time of the invasion, they'll (most likely) just have gotten the Enlightenment Alliance back together (which has been de facto disbanded after the formation of the Covenant of Mirus).
While this might seem like a liability to the Grand Teyan Empire at first, the Mirusians need to assess where the Alliance stands in regards to the Covenant, so if the Grand Teyan Empire makes full use of the ensuring confusion (made worse by a sudden invasion from the outside), they can archieve a quick land grab. Then there's also Fenric Vermillion, who simmilarly plans to take over the galaxy, and who might -or might not- try to ally himself to Grand Empire.
Oh, the Waptoria Alliance of Species are definitely in. Ravage enough ecosystems and they'll get mad.
However, there will be some initial problems the Mithadorn will encounter:
The Waptoria are close allies of the Xilics and on good terms with the Draekar, so fairly weary of the Mithadorn and their allies (one of which just also happens to be composed of Teyans).
And it's not just the Waptoria. To nearly all Mirusian natives, the face of Segmentum Exteriorus is still the Hegemony, whose high command, despite it's good intent and behind the back of it's own civillians, did slaughter many of the native essence-attuned Koatria cadets once. And these cadets were virtually defenseless kids, which is the reason the Koatria Protectors (their surviving mentors) are so adamant to see the Hegemony burn. Anything that comes from Exterioris will be distrusted as potentional child killers. It's wholly irrational, but when that's the only contact you've had had from there, that's what you go off. The Waptoria, of course, have that extra Xilic-friendly thing going on, so they'll be even more cautious at first.
To top it all off, the Enlightement Alliance's Olympians are being phased out at this time, and due to this, some of them might well develop an envious steak towards the -in their eyes- "lesser" but non-phased out Mithadorn War Clans. This is just the Olympians having inferiority issues, and something simmilar happened with the Hegemony's supersoldiers towards the Olympians themselves in the Great Mirusian Conflicts.
Of course these issues will be swiftly dealt with, but as you can imagine, there will be quite some friction at first between the Mirusians and the Exteriorians.
The first to respond, and the first to encounter the Grand Teyans, however, would be the Consulate of Praxis - probably in tandem with their allies the Scelus Reformation. The Consulate are rebels against (and the official sucessors) of the late Imperium of War, and likewise, the Scelus Repormation are a reformed splinter of the Scelus Purification. The Covenant keeps both of them under a tight leash just in case, but that hasn't kept the Consulate from forming operating Exile Fleets which scour the fringes of their space for any potantial treats. The Consulate destroying these vessels will exactly create the jurisdistional crisis needed for the Teyans to start their land grab, and the Consuls, as well as the Reformation, don't hold prejudices towards the Exteriorians.
The Persan will be pretty POed as well and will be one of the first to go on the offensive. Their not bound up by the Covenant and land grabbing will press the big red berserk button. Also they've reworked Zadikel Conventions to be far less restrictive so they'll be pretty brutal in their response.
All cool - But my Andromedean's will be remaining in Andromeda for the most part, if not entirely. The Grand Teyan Empire is basically sending multiple massive fleets to each galaxy to set up footholds for expansion.
There's also the matter of their flagship; The Empress herself possesses a warcruiser the size of a damn continent. And it's still in the void between galaxies.
That the Andromedans do does not mean that the Mirusians will. The first collaboration we were involved in (the one that shaped our group for the most part) dealt with an extagalactic invasion. Since then, our states have learned such invasions are best kept in check from from the source. And since these invaders are Teyan, they could be paying another visit to Exterioris near the end of the war...
That flagship sounds downright nasty, so the assault will need to be coördinated too, right? I guess the Andromedan Teyans will be leading the way?