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Geladi is a city on the northern end of the subcontinent of Mirsale on the moon of Haji.

Following the Guild Wars, Geladi's garrison was led by General Sol Kervock.[1]

HistoryEdit

Former war heroes and bandits Tychus Findlay and Jim Raynor traveled there, ending up in an area with few escape routes. General Sol Kervock‎ ordered local forces to set fires in order to corral them. The fires burned through numerous homes. The Confederacy blamed the incident on a faulty reactor, but former UNN reporter Max Speer learned the truth, transmitting it to UNN reporter Michael Liberty.[2]

The "bandits" rescued civilians from the fire. They even captured General Kervock, "rescuing" him from the blaze. The Confederacy continued to invent excuses for their problems, even inventing reasons for why Kervock was not "available" for interviews.[3]

The bandits released Kervock. Two days later he and his men, disguised as civilians, tried to capture Findlay and Raynor. However the civilian populace, upset at the betrayals, ripped his men apart. General Kervock was murdered by his own second, Acting General Ternas Shan. The murder was blamed on Raynor and Findlay, while the moon was put under martial law.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Blizzard Entertainment staff. "Heaven's Devils: Lost Transmissions." (December 23, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. Heaven’s Devils: Lost Transmissions Part 2 Accessed 2010-12-29.
  2. Blizzard Entertainment staff. "Heaven's Devils: Lost Transmissions." (December 7, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. Heaven’s Devils: Lost Transmissions Accessed 2010-12-08.
  3. Blizzard Entertainment staff. "Heaven's Devils: Lost Transmissions." (December 28, 2010). Blizzard Entertainment. Heaven’s Devils: Lost Transmissions Part 3 Accessed 2010-12-29.
  4. Blizzard Entertainment staff. "Heaven's Devils: Lost Transmissions." (January 25, 2011). Blizzard Entertainment. Heaven’s Devils: Lost Transmissions Part 4 Accessed 2011-01-25.

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