"Eye of the Tigorr!": Tigorr and a loyalist faction of Omega Men board a star cruiser and set a course for the Citadel Homeworld. Three Branx warships give chase, but Tigorr eludes them by making a blind jump through hyperspace. The [[Branx
- The Citadel's used to dealing with Primus' caution -- now we'll see how they fare against those willing to fight!
- — Tigorr
Appearing in "Eye of the Tigorr!"
Synopsis for "Eye of the Tigorr!"
Tigorr and a loyalist faction of Omega Men board a star cruiser and set a course for the Citadel Homeworld. Three Branx warships give chase, but Tigorr eludes them by making a blind jump through hyperspace. The Branx wish to continue their pursuit, but they are not so foolhardy as to attempt a blind jump less they risk colliding with another vessel or some space debris upon reaching their destination.
Above the planet Euphorix, the supreme commander of the Citadel is enraged that their plan to break the world's planetary shield has failed. Inside the great dome, Euphorian patrol officers project a broadcast of Tigorr's bold declaration of war against the Citadel. The Citadellians decide to continue broadcasting Tiggor's transmission in the hopes of getting a fix on his present coordinates. They also release a phalanx of space mines and send them off after Tigorr.
Meanwhile, Shlagen takes a shuttle craft to Tigorr's cruiser. Unbeknownst to him, he is followed by the bounty hunter Lobo and his partner Bedlam. Lobo and Bedlam sneak onto the ship just as the craft encounters the Citadel supreme commander's cruiser. Tigorr plots a direct intercept course towards the Citadel ship, but moments before impact blind-jumps once again into hyper-space.
News of Tigorr's bravery begin to reach colonies on other Citadel-controlled worlds in the Vega star system. Inspired by his actions, those opposed to Citadel rule, rise up and begin rebelling against their masters. Hundreds of rebels are now ready to follow Tigorr's lead. On Slagg, Primus and Doc learn about Tigorr's exploits and feel that his actions are that of a man bent on suicide.
Near the Citadel throneworld, dozens of rebel ships appear ready to do battle.
- Chapter Four of the "Citadel War" saga.
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