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Hutt show their anger after Admiral Vice death

December 1, 2011

Galactic News Network received several documents showing the Hutt action after the death of Vice, admiral of the Renegade Fleet.

After the death of the Admiral Vice, leader of the Hutt fleet, executed by the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) which he deserted a while ago, the Hutt side is taking countermeasures.

GNN received an unsigned document in our office, coming along with a card titled “in regards to the belated Admiral Vice”. It shows a group of people sabotaging a military vessel in Bakura and repealing the GAR troopers trying to stop them. The subsequent explosion might have caused several casualties, but we have not yet been able to confirm it with the GAR.

People fallen in the Rancor trap

During their next meeting, the Hutt told how outraged they were the GAR lied to their agent Baby Girl when she inquired the whereabout of the Admiral Vice. The Hutt gave the command of the Renegade fleet to the Captain Scarlet, which will be assisted by the Captain Sky. They commanded the back the supplies they had offered to Tython formerly. They also raised the taxes for the GAR to 60%.

A trooper from the GAR told her disgust for the action of her army and deserted, swore her loyalty to the Hutt Jiramma Clan. The Arch Lord Exitium claimed the Republic had the control of the GAR and pleaded for an alliance between the Sith Empire and the Hutt, like G’Karr initiated few dozen of days ago. A citizen of Bakura, Tarko Gella, claimed the execution was legal and justified, even though it was tragic. The Hutt however did not adhere this point of view and dumped Tarko into the rancor pit.

— Galactic News Network

  1. Morrigan Wemyss
    December 1, 2011 at 1:47 PM

    In regards to the picture, I did not fall in I was pulled by an over zealous jedi, bent on a rescue mission.

  2. Nelu Syrrin
    December 1, 2011 at 4:57 PM

    Agent… “Baby Girl?”

    *The Shistavanen snorts in his hurry to clamp a hand over his short snout to stop the laughing.

  3. Ryan Adams
    December 1, 2011 at 5:18 PM

    Who else is enjoying reading how The Arch Lord, like a child lied about The Republic’s connections to GAR and begged for an alliance.

    • Kallisti
      December 2, 2011 at 8:20 AM

      If the Republic had ever bothered to send regular representatives to the Hutts to build up a relationship, as the Sith have, you might have been able to point that out in person. That is the problem really. The Sith have been whispering their stories for months and the Republic if they showed up at all, didnt say a word.

      • Ryan Adams
        December 3, 2011 at 8:05 AM

        The Chancellor has spoken before with the Hutts in person, but you are correct, it is an issue the Republic has no diplomat for The Hutts, or any other faction.

  4. Zach Rodchester
    December 1, 2011 at 5:44 PM

    Eh alot of people have assumed that GAR and the republic are one and the same the arch lord wouldn’t be the first I think even GAR themselves said they aren’t represntives of the republic just allies.

  5. FrodoDarkmatter
    December 1, 2011 at 7:49 PM

    I think people need to be enlightened to the situation. Admiral Wise was a clone trooper and in command of the platoon known by the clones as the 333rd. He from here took the clones of the 333rd and ran away from GAR and took the platoon with him. He was charged with the act of treason and as a clone trooper myself, I will tell anyone that an act of treason against the GAR is punishable by an execution squad. As was mentioned by someone else here, GAR is simply allied to the Republic and the Senate, we are NOT instruments or tools at the Republics disposal. We are free willed individuals and we could go our own way at anytime. I would deem it careful to anyone who assume that we are the Republics play thing

    • Hikari~Kristan
      December 2, 2011 at 4:04 AM

      People often claim Gar is or isn’t a a republic tool… but, could someone very simply remind me, Whats GaR stand for? Grand Army of the Romulans? no ,wait that doesn’t sound right… Grand Army of Ryloth? Grand Army of Rakkata? Nope…. Grand army of the REPUBLIC. The Republics standing army, yet your nothing to do with it apart from an alliance? Either i missed something… Or GAR’s command needs to rethink its name. Just a thought. Unless of course its common for a governments military to refuse to be asscoiated with said government…

      • Sha'ira
        December 2, 2011 at 5:20 AM

        You are an Empire Citizen correct? If you raised a large army and called it “Grand Army of the Empire” and fought exclusively for the Empire but were not created by the Sith Empire government, that would be the best example I could give you. Simply because you have the words “Of the Empire” in your name does not mean your military was created by the Sith Empire nor does it mean Emperor Novo has control of it. Of course Novo might be angry of the name and those who set it up may have to change it but you get my point. The GAR is associated with said government just not in the way you think it is. GAR respond to distress signals from Republic worlds as well as do patrols of its space. Should the chancellor and senate suggest a course of action GAR will act accordingly but the Chancellor does not have supreme control of GAR like in the past. ((hope I worded everything right XD))

  6. Jarell Xaaris
    December 1, 2011 at 9:44 PM

    *Jarell sits back in his chair in the Dha’oya’karir Camp in Lower City Nar Shaddaa listening to the GNN’s Statement about the Arch Lord and how much Bullshit he is feeding the Hutts. Jarell suddenly leans forward and speaks aloud*

    “So, Arch Lord red skin thinks the Republic controls GAR does he? want an Alliance with the Sith Empire? Then i guess it’s time to warn The Hutts that The Sith Empire does not want an alliance, they want control of Nar Shaddaa. The Sith are osik. they never tell the truth, feeding the Hutts nothing but lies.”

    *Jarell stands up and walks out of the Aliit camp headed straight for Shaka’s Palace*

    • Darth Periculosa
      December 2, 2011 at 8:36 AM

      Then it is good that your opinion holds less value than Rancor droppings.

  7. December 2, 2011 at 1:37 AM

    Mrs. Benae sits in her chair, reading over the recent news from GNN. She cant happen but see the new ambassador of Tython ripping the Arch Lord a new one for his actions, chuckling abit at it as she speaks aloud to the camera infront of her.

    ” The actions of Arch Lord Exitium seems more like a cry of help to the sith empire. Looking for allies in the darkness. I warn The Hutts to ignore Lord Exitium’s plee, not to mention his unhealthy misconduct with his words. If the Hutts do not see the lies this red headed bafoon is making then it is their loss.

    As for the supplies given to Tython from The Hutts, these supplies will not be returned. As they were already handed out to the people in good faith. We do not believe in returning things that are given to us. Such things are petty, as these supplies were given in good faith.

    The actions of The Republic are just in the case of Admiral Vice. It is sad that he decided what he did and had to pay for his actions. But this is how things are done in the military of the republic. Treason is a serious crime, which is punishable by death.

    As of right now, The Tython Mining corporation that is being managed by Shaka the hutt shall continue operations here on Tython. But seeing that the hutts continue to raise taxes, so shall The Tython Mining Corporation, raising its fee to the same as theirs, 60% increase. Let it be known that the Mining operations done on Tython are regulated by The Political Council of Tython. All profits from the mining operation go to the people of Tython and its employees.

    We are a proud people who control our land and resources to benefit our people, and our economy. ”

    Long Live Tython and Long Live The New Republic.

    Ambassador Benae of Tython

    • Shaka the Huttling
      December 2, 2011 at 8:44 AM

      In fact, the supplies given to Tython belonged to me and were sent by my people at my arrangement and request. I have not rescinded my orders nor asked for the return of the supplies, beyond what would be expected when the medical crisis is over. IE the return of the many excess bacta tanks and medical beds as they become no longer needed. The Tython citizens healing at my expense in our hospitals are not hostages but guests, and are being returned regularly to Tython when medically discharged.

      Hutts see many things, Madame former Governor. We saw a devoted soldier loyal to us assaulted and executed without warning. We see the Sith come to keep us company and bring gifts and advice, defend our streets and properties, while we see those proclaiming themselves Jedi gifting us with bombs and assassination plots.

      I thank you for your warnings, but I think it may be too little too late. If the Republic had shown any interest in our favor these many months the Sith might not be so believed when they come to our aid in a crisis. Of course they have reasons to do so. Do not we all? But a tail extended when the time is right might be accepted if there are no other tails in sight.

      I will not go into the business misconceptions mentioned here, but look forward to discussing these issues with yourself and the Political Council of Tython at a future date, if you will inform me of the date of your next meeting.

      I am an angry Hutt at the moment but even so I think that diplomacy carried out in the Letters column of a newspaper is inadequate and should be done in person or by holo, Madame, and hope that you will agree and contact my majordomo, Morrigan Wrmyss, that we may discuss these and other issues.

      Shaka of Clan Jiramma
      Huttling of Jul’gaa the Massive
      Nar Shaddaa

      • December 2, 2011 at 1:05 PM

        I’ll act as your advocate on this, Shaka. I can definitely say that you have done nothing wrong on Tython.

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  9. Brave
    December 2, 2011 at 6:34 AM

    I find the bit about “Raising taxes” on GAR to be funny.

    Precisely what taxes are they referring to? As I’m pretty sure GAR doesn’t buy anything or do any business with the Hutts, sounds like a lot of powerless posturing to me from a group of greedy criminals trying to play politician and doing horribly at it.

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      December 2, 2011 at 6:54 AM

      As much as it pains me to agree with certain people. Either gar is part of the republic and thusly can be taxed as the republic does have relations with the hutts. Perhaps not directly but they would still be taxed none the less. Or gar is not a part of the republic, thusly they will not be taxed, but had no right to make that arrest on a republic world. It seems to me you all needed to decide if you were under the republic banner before you decided to arrest Vice.

      • Brave
        December 2, 2011 at 4:20 PM

        GAR doesn’t pay anything though, nor do they earn anything from the hutts, why would they pay the hutts taxes on…anything! it makes no sense. The Republic doesn’t pay taxes to the hutts either, maybe trade tariffs on imported goods, but the GAR is exclusively military, And furthermore. as I said in another posting, Wise was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic 333rd Platoon when he deserted, Why the nine corellian hells would the Hutts think they had any right to claim him as one of theirs, and take offense when he was executed, by the people he deserted and stole from, on a world that is within republic space? Arrogant and presumptuous of them isn’t it. It’s not like the Hutts actually have any *real* Political power beyond mercenaries and their underworld contacts, they couldn’t stop a Republic fleet bombarding their planets, or an Invasion force to bring Order to Their space, or could they stop the Jedi Knights from disrupting their operations if they really wanted to. Not unless the Sith Empire helped them, and then it’s not the Hutts that are repelling them, it’s the Empire protecting them. The Hutts have only as much power as the real galactic superpowers allow, They’re Criminals, What they do is illegal, their resources come from illegal goods, spice, slavery, illegal weaponry, illegal technology, smuggling, extortion rackets.

        Criminal Activities! What makes these slugs think they’re the equals of any legitimate power in the galaxy? They’ve grown far too big for their britches if you ask me.

  10. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    December 2, 2011 at 7:41 AM

    *The captain laughs as he reads the article. As he leans back in his seat, he turns the feed on so as to comment. He’s in the same dim lit room as usual, no bodies this time.*

    “Really? Hutts want their supplies back? Hutts want to raise taxes on planets they can’t raise taxes on? The Hutts themselves are acting like fools, and doing so for all to see. I feel like someone gave control of the Hutt Council to an infant.”

    *The feed ends, Kardel still chuckling*

  11. Darth Periculosa
    December 2, 2011 at 8:42 AM

    The Arch Lord Exitium holds the interests of DOR, not the Sith Empire. I am the liaison between the Sith Empire and the Hutt Council. If you doubt that, you may ask the Emperor himself OR the Majordomo. You may attach weight to Exitium’s words, but unless myself or a higher ranking member of the Empire is asking for an alliance, one has not been extended.

    The Sith Empire has always held good trade and relations with the Hutt Council. Control of Nar Shaddar is simply not necessary from the Sith Empire’s point of view. Those we have no quarrel with already control the world, and therefore we are more than pleased with our current relationship.

    I can certainly understand the fear I sense coming from those trying to spin this into more than it truly is, as all too often fear of the Sith Empire leads to lies escaping the lips of her enemies.

    I do find it amusing that it was the Sith Empire that facilitated the release of the GNN reporters while no other organization did anything other than put them in danger.

  12. Baby Girl
    December 2, 2011 at 8:38 PM

    (Captain) Alex Kardel :
    (( No. He wouldn’t have. Because his comment was IC. And IC, no one’s heard of America. ))

    sorry, my bad

  13. Kev
    December 4, 2011 at 1:50 AM

    ((People need to realize, that OOCly he consented to the perma death….. so get over it…))

    • December 4, 2011 at 7:01 AM

      (( People are angry IC. OOC, we all realize he consented to permadeath. This isn’t OOC drama. It’s simply RP. ))

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