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Opening of the Museum on Ilum to the Public

March 11, 2011

Lady Kia of Ilum met with reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide as the GNN reporters made a visit to Ilum. The two reporters were given a preview of the completed Museum before it officially opened to the public.

Ilum: As we landed on the cold frozen land of Ilum, Lady Kia, a Spellweaver or type of force user and also the administrator of the local settlement, met us in the local cantina. As she was making the final arrangements to finalize the opening of the museum on Ilum, she was gracious enough to invite us to take have one of the first looks.

Reporters looking at exhibits on Ilum

The museum itself houses several can be reached from the cantina as several walkways and turbolifts connect many of the public buildings. Housed in a large structure as clean and crisp as the environment outside, Lady Kia and her order have collected several artifacts from around the Galaxy, many of which are going on public display now. As one enters the main area, an exhibit of ancient swords and other equipment is seen that Lady Kia explained came from an expedition on Korriban, where many artifacts had been recovered but most were turned over to the Korriban authorities with a few being allowed to leave.

Other pieces of note was the throne used by Queen Amanoa of Onderon from several centuries before, an ancient tapestry depicting the founder of the Witches of Dathomir, Allya, along with several scrolls telling the history of Tund. Tund was home to an order of ancient force users, who introduced themselves to the galaxy as sorcerers, but whose last member died out several hundred years ago. There also several other artifacts on display for ancient history to more modern times, but with enough variety to satisfy any history buff. A theme of the collection is the lesser known Force traditions; Lady Kia wants to show the Galaxy its history doesn’t limit to Sith, Jedi, Republic or Empire. GNN extends thanks to the showing and hope for prosperity in opening the museum and its expansion.

— Rakiko Lowtide and Daada Kira

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  1. lady kia
    March 11, 2011 at 4:09 PM

    there is a few typo’s in the report (Ilum: As we landed on the cold frozen land of Ilum, Lady Kia, a Spellweaver or type of force user and also the administrator of the local settlement, met us in the local cantina. As he was making the final arrangements to finalize the opening) as in you have As HE it should be SHE sence I am female and not male thank you

    • March 11, 2011 at 11:38 PM

      ((fixed the pronoun, sorry for the typo))

    • March 12, 2011 at 1:49 AM

      Yes sorry about the typo, just a writing error, not a mistake of identity:)

  2. lady kia
    March 12, 2011 at 11:18 AM

    thank you for the correction 🙂

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