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Stazzi

 

Pronunciation:  STAHZ-zhee

Occurrences:  22

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 12:52

 

But in the fortress palace of Titus Germanicus did Seti-Kahn and the Regent of the empire meet most secretly; believing themselves secure from the watchful glare of the Stazzi, even that secret and most feared of all police.

 

 

See:  Adrian Morro, Drakonia, First Track, First World, Maximillius Drakonus, Praetorian Guard

 

Summary:  During the First Track of the world of the First Power, the Stazzi served as the secret police of the Drakonian State, trained from a young age to be loyal spies and assassins for the Emperor (3:12:52-36). As Emperor, Maximillius Drakonus tripled the size of the Stazzi, allowing him increased access and power throughout the empire (AZC — Maximillius Drakonus, para. 6). The chief of the Stazzi was a man named Adrian Morro (3:29:2).

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary - Stazzi

 

The state secret police, created after the assassination of the Emperor, Marcus Lucius Drakonus, by his own Praetorian Guard in the year 142 I.E. (Imperial Era). After the assassination the new Emperor had all 6,000 men of the Praetorian Guard put to death, and a new Praetorian Guard was created to guard the Emperor. To watch over the new Praetorian Guard the Stazzi were created and many of their members were infiltrated into the ranks of this elite guard. Their mandate was simple: safeguard the Emperor against plots of treason and treachery. Over the centuries, the Stazzi grew into an organization which struck fear throughout the empire. The Stazzi watched everyone, except for the Emperor himself. The Stazzi were the most loyal and fanatical devotees to the Emperor. He gave them special privileges, promotions and gifts to maintain their loyalty.

 

All members of the Stazzi were chosen from the lowest ranks of Drakonian society. They were educated, pampered and indoctrinated in the most rigorous of disciplines which were devised to test and strengthen a person’s fanatical devotion to the Emperor. Every member of the Stazzi was taught the art of assassination. Each member was empowered to act as judge, jury and executioner of anyone suspected of plotting against the Emperor. To make sure that the Stazzi did not abuse this power, there was created within the organization of the Stazzi, an even more elite group which worked directly under the Emperor’s personal bidding. This top secret and super elite organization kept a baleful eye on the secret police. The Drakonian Empire was a state filled with suspicion, distrust and paranoia.

 

 

Notes/References:


But in the fortress palace of Titus Germanicus did Seti-Kahn and the Regent of the empire meet most secretly; believing themselves secure from the watchful glare of the Stazzi, even that secret and most feared of all police.

For the Stazzi were made the eyes and ears of the Emperor himself; being in their zeal and devotion most fanatical and deadly; seeking within the very shadows of the empire such men as might betray their rightful lord.

For the men of the Stazzi were drawn from the lower classes, being in themselves most cruel and hateful towards that nobility which was made to serve the Emperor;

Having trained from the days of their childhood to serve the Emperor only; to give unto him a fullness of obedience and high regard; and before such men as these were even the most powerful of the nobility made to shudder in fear and dread.

For the Emperor did ply with pleasures and gifts of every kind, the men of the Stazzi, that they might serve the Emperor well and without hesitation concerning the innermost security of the state.

3rd Endowment 12:52-56

 

For the Stazzi trust no man, seeing in all but themselves, the seed of some future treason; viewing all who would serve you with scorn and constant suspicion; being hopeful to pull down the greatest and mightiest whereby they might advance themselves; whispering into your ears the coming of some constant threat, of which there is no end.

3rd Endowment 17:21

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