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and present Phalanx and himself to the Emperor.
That would be because thats exactly what he did. The Phalanx may have been able to take on those thousands on ships, but he knew they were part of something vast and great, just as he likely was himself. So Dorn did what was sensible, he met with the leader of that fleet and presented himself as someone who would like to join this great cause only to discover that he was meeting his own father.

From what I remember reading in regards to the Phalanx, its the size of a small moon and more powerful than most fortress monasteries, which in any sort of gaming terms you base off ramilese star forts.
 
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