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Sith Emperor irritated toward a mercenary group

December 5, 2011

A reporters of the Galactic News went in Byss to thanks the Emperor of their intervention in the release of the two reporters. There she assisted to the audience.

Byss: The Sith Empire meeting showed the arrest of a Hutt majordomo subsequent to a disagreement between Sith.

Nev'la (2nd left) and Darth Umbra (far right) at the audience

Few days before, an armed group, claiming their allegiance to the Fel Empire, infiltrated the Sith Empire controlled planet Rhelg. They surrounded the local Trayus academy members and their leader, Darth Umbra, sent out a distress call. The first coming in were mercenaries, the mandalorian Dhaval, also majordomo of Tyro the Hutt, and the pirates of the Imperious, led by Sihivus Verne shortly followed by Sith Darth Dividuus.

Then came the Sith Nev’la, which turned her saber against the mercenaries leaders instead of the Fel followers as the defenders might have expected from an ally. The Fel managed to injury the rest of the defenders before leaving the planet, apparently in good order.

Nev’la justified she was seeking revenge from the mercenaries which attacked her in the past. She saw many Sith handling the situation and ignored the Trayus were cornered otherwise she said she would have helped.

The Audience, Dhaval on the front left

Dhaval and Siivus, present in the meeting, protested they never attacked Nev’la, despite her raids in Mos Entha, and it was a random unjustified attack. Darth Umbra accepted Nev’la apologies for not helping her and suggested she avoid attacking the people working for the Empire.

Nev’la repeated they were her enemies. The Arch Lord Exitium recalled Imperious already fought her when the Disciples of Ragnos and the Imperious were at war.

On the other side, Dhaval claimed Nev’la was plotting with the ennemies of the Sith Empire, working with the Fel. He presented as an evidence he saw her side by side few days before the battle with the Fel general. Nev’la answered she ignored their identity at that time.

The Sith Emperor and his Hands

Since the beginning of the discussion, the Emperor showed his irritation that this argument was not able to be sorted before the meeting. He supported Nev’la’s right to vengeance and suggested Darth Umbra to have a better choice of her allies. He became really upset after the accusation cast by Dhaval and denied his evidence.

Dhaval understood the threat and greeted the assistance and quickly walked off. However Nev’la ran after him and captured him out of the throne room. She brought him back to the Emperor which ordered his confinement. Sihivus Verne was more prudent and left the room untouched.

Otherwise, The Sith in the meeting deplored the slow progress of the negotiation with the G’Karr and the other Hutt. Darth Periculosa will attempt to remedy to this situation. Tiro the Hutt in Mos Entha might have concern on the arrest of his majordomo, although he’s not an active Hutt in the council.

— Daana Kira

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  1. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    December 5, 2011 at 2:13 PM

    *Kardel is slightly bewildered as his feed turns on.*

    “Why is Nev’la seeking vengeance on a simple mercenary, when the target of her anger should be the faction with which he was working for. And why exactly was he confined? Leaving meetings early is apparently a very serious crime on Byss?

    People need to learn the definition of Mercenary. Whole galaxy is making fools of themselves lately.”

    *The feed ends.*

  2. Ritanya Leistone (Darth Periculosa)
    December 5, 2011 at 2:23 PM

    ((Stating this OOC because it clears up a tidbit or two that the reporters could not have known.

    The RP of his actual capture was voided due to some kind of issue between the two of them regarding what was going to be a follow up RP. His defeat, however, was not. So instead of him being detained, he was basically dumped unceremoniously on the next garbage scow heading towards Hutt space.))

    • December 5, 2011 at 3:40 PM

      ((Sending him back to Tiro looked like to me the most reasonable thing to do anyway, as a sign to good willing toward the Hutt. I bet they want to dispose of their majordomos by themselves))

      • Shaka the Huttling
        December 6, 2011 at 11:38 AM

        OOC…. Yes always fun working for a Hutt. Grin. As a matter of fact Tiro returned last week to the Hutt Council but being unable to attend in person due to sleeping, Dhaval will sit in for Tiro. We knew about it but last week was so crazy no official announcement was made, I think. But yes Tiro is on the Council again.

  3. Darth Periculosa
    December 5, 2011 at 2:29 PM

    A familiar looking Twi’lek appears upon the screen, a soft sigh in her voice as she spoke.

    “The fool drew his weapon on a Sith Lady, and she in turn defended herself. Attacking a citizen of the Empire upon its homeworld is what caused his momentary detainment… not simply leaving a meeting. I believe the garbage scow we dumped him on has long since returned to his homeworld, or at least somewhere he can get transit back.”

  4. December 5, 2011 at 3:46 PM

    With enemies like these…who needs friends? *chuckles a bit before drinking a hot cup of rycrit broth*

  5. Jes'tula Tor'dok
    December 6, 2011 at 11:48 AM

    I would like to point out that I led Sihivus and Dhaval into the defense of Rhelg against the Fel Empire. In fact, I was the last one to go down too… Possibly because the lovely Lady Nev’la had no quarrel with me so did not attack me. Nay, she attacked my allies and left me stranded to take on multiple Force Users by myself. Do I mind? Nay. I had a few allies within the Fel Empire who would ensure my safe-return to my ship, which they did.

    • December 6, 2011 at 4:40 PM

      Lovely. So what you’re saying is Rhelg was left undefended because Nev’la was busy distracting and assaulting the defenders over a personal grudge in an unrelated battle, where those involved were merely acting as mercenaries. I hope that this was taken into consideration. Even if Nev’la held a grudge against Dhaval, she should have settled it in a duel, not by attempting to cripple the defense of the planet she was supposed to be fighting for.

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