Okay, you guys have been talking ALOT about what the Vasari Empire has been running from. I'm here to put speculation to rest. over a course of 10,000 years, the Vasari Empire amassed a range of colonies numbering in (what seems to be) the hundreds of thousands, considering the massive size of any normal galaxy. Including an amassed number of ships for their Dark Armada numbering in maybe the near millions, if not more. In the course of the next one thousand years (or less), the Vasari Empire's colonies would fall silent, including their own ancient homeworld that stood since the Vasari's ancient beginnings of what seems to be a war-like and near-peaceful history, considering what they do to their enemies or non-advanced civilizations having not yet achieved space travel or space WEAPONRY. What or who caused this ancient and massive and yet powerful civilization to fall? How did it happen? and Why?
To those of you asking these types of questions, I have the answer to some, if not all. In the manual, which is REQUIRED to be read to understand what I'm about to say, there is a section that tells the specs of the ships in the first Sins of a Solar Empire game. The description of the Vasari Jarun Migrator says that it has "seen a range of XENO administrators". That sparks speculation, because in the description of the upcomming Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion, the description of the TEC Rebels says that "nothing will stand in their way; not even XENOS... This sparks speculation between the two, because they're both the same thing: Foreigners. The statement on the Sins of a Solar Empire disc case also says "An Ancient Empire running from an enemy of their own creation". Who did they create? A coalition of ancient empires and enslaved races hell-bound to destroy their ancient slave master? A destructive race of cybernetic beings? A race of synthetics? Machines (NOT REAPERS, DUMB ASS M.E. PLAYER NERDS!!)? Whom ever this race is, this game may NOT focus on the TEC, but probably refers to the Vasari Empire's pure fight for survival.