Varrwen Mako Brennus is an admiral of the Imperial Navy and leader of Emperor's Grace. He's lead peacekeeping operations against the Kumo Crew in the Pegasi sector. Rishair at Lindblad Port is the headquarters of Admiral Brennus and Emperor's Grace. He rarely intervenes on purely political matters.
08 JUN 3301: Admiral Bennus reaffirms loyalty to Senator Patreus and instructed Emperor's Grace to extend their support to Senator Denton Patreus where possible. Previously, Senator Patreus demonstrated his support for Emperor's Grace after they were falsely accused of treason which was disproven before the Imperial Senate. Emperor's Grace was instrumental in finding the criminals behind the assassination attempt on Emperor Duval. Admiral Brennus said "we never forget our friends and we always remember our enemies." 
05 JUL 3301: After activists under the banner of "The People's Princess" disrupted the long standing Imperial slave trade of Rishair, Brennus made an agreement with Senator Patreus who agreed to step in on Brennus' and Emperor's Grace behalf to establish Rishair and surrounding systems as a military preparation site, legally suspending any rights to protest within the militarized zone. 
08 JUL 3301: An Agreement has been reached between Hammer Arms, biggest independent arms dealer with a seat in Hel, Home of Cosmic State and Emperor's Grace. The agreement pertains a joint venture in the research and development of technology and weapons.  "Grimnir Allvadderung, CEO of Hammer Arms, kindly invited Admiral Brennus of Emperor's Grace to an evening of carousing and competition. It is reported that vast quantities of mead was consumed by both delegations. This was later followed by an axe throwing contest between Grimnir Allvadderung and Vaarwen Mako Brennus, where Grimnir Allvadderung was declared the winner."
14 AUG 3301: Admiral Bennus lead Emperor's Grace and cooperated with the Imperial Inquisition to fight together against the notorious crime lord Archon Delaine who illegally invaded Imperial space and took Imperial citizens into slavery.