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Insight of the slaver profession in the Hutt Space

November 4, 2011

Touring in Nar Shaddaa, reporters of the Galactic News discussed with a slaver about her profession.

In a part of the Galaxy, slavery is seen as a dreadful activity, in other parts, it’s a tradition or a business, protected as such by the laws. This is notoriously the case in the Hutt Space and its most populous town, Nar Shaddaa, where slavers and slave markets flourish, under the watchful eyes of the tax collectors.

Sera Secura

We met one of these slavers, Sera Secura, working in the undercity of Nar Shaddaa. She recently received the protection of the Jiramma clan, one of the most famous Hutt clans of the city. She along with one of the Jiramma security officers discussed the lastest events. In addition to protection, her new membership of the clan will allow her to join new markets.

Currently the demand is high for Twi’lek or Humans females, which are her main focus. She claims to get her new slaves from the Hutt space, amongst criminals and other “unproductive parasites”. Her activity consist to “take them and turn them away from there selfish ways and into productive members of society providing a whole host of benefits for the greater good and the economy.” Twi’lek herself, but having raised in a multicultural environment, she said she “learned to see people for there actions instead of there species.”

Slaves may be trained to a profession from house keeping to piloting, all receive at least some training in the art of pleasure.

Sera assures her activity is fully honest. She restricts it to areas where it is still legal and does not venture with slaves in the Republic space where it would be a crime.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Nox Chamerberlin ((OOC))
    November 5, 2011 at 10:25 AM

    ((Please don’t tell me there’s a relation to Aayla Secura. I was really hoping we were done with this Canon Character Relation when the OJO died out. (Far as I know they died out, not heard shit bout them for ages.) >:/ I miss the old days.))

    • Admiral Jys Tebut
      November 5, 2011 at 8:42 PM

      ((Agreed.))

    • November 6, 2011 at 1:52 AM

      ((I have not heart such thing. Notice she play a very different, and otherwise interesting, character))

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