It is worth noting that the Jags got very close to being annihilated long before the invasion over their treatment of their own civilians, so using them as an example of how Clan warriors interact with the civilians is a bad idea.
A very good example to look at for how it is supposed to work is Clan Ghost Bear which was able to take the FRR which had been constantly rebelling against its various owners for centuries and convince the population that it would be a good idea to fully merge with the Clan in less than a generation. You simply cannot pull that off without working with the locals and making them feel welcome, and the overwhelming success of the merger shows just how successful the Bears were at making the population feel welcome.
I did not see anybody use the Jaguars in that regard.
The Ghost Bears cannot be used as an example here. It says in a sourcebook (the name escapes me at this time or I would quote you) that the people in the FRR did not CARE who was in charge. They only wanted peace. As long as they were allowed to continue doing what they were accustomed doing, they accepted the rule of whoever won the latest series of battles. It was also noted (in the same sourcebook I believe) that while the Bears initially were on par with Clan Wolf regarding the number of worlds they captured, their victories were almost always stained by the number of rebellions they had. It was a classic case of two steps forward & one step back. Clan Wolf is shown to have worked seamlessly with the civilian population of worlds they conquered allowing them to focus on future conquests.
Edited by Jaroth Winson, 13 December 2011 - 04:10 PM.