Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==Dakos Rebellion== Dakos in over a year gathered his forces, who were against his brother's authority, leading a rebellion and claiming he is the true Heir of the Khanid Family. Dakos, backed by the Amarr Empire, was successful at first in gaining many systems but a month later the fighting stalled mainly Dakos's tactic of implying overwhelming force on superior Khanid admirals. Luxian Khanid, the adopted son of Dakos captured in a suicidal assualt on a fortified Khanid installation, was reportedly brought to King Khanid II. Khanid II praised Luxian and gave him many gifts, then he reminded Luxian of everything the Khanid Family had done for the [[Khanid]] people and that many Khanid had came to the Kingdom in support of him. He offered to make Luxian a Holder should he kill Dakos. Luxian initially scoffed at the idea of killing his adopted father, but Khanid II reminded him of the punishments that Dakos inflicted on him. After being swayed, Luxian agreed to the plot with the escape being staged. Dakos met his adopted son with open arms but in private he began to berate Luxian for his failure. Seeing that Khanid II was right, Luxian leapt on his adopted father, declaring, “The King has sent me to eliminate traitors!” and strangled him. However, before his actions could be discovered, Luxian fled but he was later killed by Kingdom forces in his shuttle. Thus ending the Dakos's Rebellion. King Khanid accepted the remainder of the holders from Dakos's forces that wished to surrender but lowered their rank and title. Khanid II had little to deal in the way of dissent from his Holders, who remained in power, as they were intensely loyal to him. However, Khanid II realized that his own family was his greatest threat to his power. As way to deal with the threat, he ordered that each branch of his family to submit a hostage to him so he could keep the fathers and husbands in line. Though they lived in splendor at the royal palace on Khanid Prime, they were disallowed from leaving the grounds. Over the three centuries, the number of hostages grew from a single person to nearly every woman and child in the family. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the EVE Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://eve.fandom.com/wiki/Garkeh_Khanid"