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Crowded Hutt Meeting in Nar Shaddaa

December 8, 2011

Galactic News reporters managed to attend at the regular Hutt audience.

Tarmangar introducing himself to the council

Nar Shaddaa was jammed again at the approach of the Hutt audience. People from all the Galaxy converged to the Black Hole casino to meet the Hutt. The court was presided by Darmuta the Hutt and assisted by Belutric and the young Shaka, their Majordomo Tanya Kirie and Morrigan assuring the translation.

They had the visit of the Hutt Tarmangar from Nal Hutta. He inherited of the Nemesh guild and made it a real Hutt clan, continuing the slavery business. He recently installed in Mos Entha, Tatooine, after an agreement with Tiro, the lead Hutt of this city. Tarmangar offered a small gift and promised to show up his slaves later, then requested a seat at the council. The other Hutts invited him to come amongst them for this night and will decide of his position in the Hutt council later.

Shaka the Hutt

Shaka the Hutt, then announced she wants to rebuild her family clan, the clan Dlugacz. She also reported her mission in Coruscant and her meeting with the Republic Chancellor and finished denouncing the attack against her, in the palace she’s building in Nar Shaddaa from two thugs affiliated to the Imperious. Sihivus Verne, leader of that organization, assured she will investigate on it but will now compensate Shaka for her moral prejudice. The Hutt suggested several unpleasant measures if such issues repeat.

GAR officers addressing to the Council

The next group was a delegation from the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), the officers Snoop, Knuckles and Prosper guided by Shade from the Hutt security. They respectfully said to the Hutt the GAR did not endorse the recent attack against their new faithful Maia. A pair of “clones proven to be defective” committed the aggression and will be “severely punished”.

The hutt listened the apologies without really comment and requested the GAR position on the death of the admiral Vice.
The officers repeated he was judged in absentia by the GAR laws for having stolen military equipment and for betrayal. This had regrettably to be punished by death. They assured the GAR had “no feud with the Hutts” and wanted to keep it like this.

Maia (left)

The Hutts noted their explanations although they were not convinced and still angry. They are waiting for an arena tournament with the troopers before any progress. Also they announced a ceremony for the death admiral Vice in a few days.

After they returned to the crowd, Maia approached and testified of the violence of the attack she was the victim. She also gifted the Hutt with a holodisc with unrevealed content.

Pala ny'yeree

Then Pala ny’yeree came to promote the Swoop races the Black Vulkars Racing Syndicate is organising in Ord Mantell. The Hutt showed their interest and asked many questions. They promised to send their racers in the hope they will gain price and prestige for their clans.

Chelsea came next to announce the several raids against Mos Entha, from the Fel Empire, from disciples of Ragnos, even if maybe not lead by the Arch Lord Exitium himself, and from the Sith of Ziost, members of the Sith Empire. She suggested they wanted to steal the business of the Hutt. She stated the people resisted but had suffered loss. She also thanked the 331st for their assistance.


Kronos, the Hand of the Hutt G’Karr, which recently proposed a personal alliance with the Sith stated his master wanted to remain neutral, as it was about Tiro the Hutt’s business.

The last speaker was Krix Ickto, bringing in a letter from his distant cousin Plars. He read a long letter, apologizing from a recent unspecified offense of the cousin, justifying his behavior with cultural reasons. The Hutt refused the apologies and regretted the cousin did not come himself.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

  1. December 8, 2011 at 7:16 PM

    *chuckles* Shaka is one of the most fashion-conscious Hutts I’ve ever seen.

  2. General NC-304
    December 8, 2011 at 9:57 PM

    This is ridiculous. The Empire has no interest in making the Hutts enemies, as they well know.

    • December 9, 2011 at 8:49 AM

      *A text response is posted*

      “Sith, whom are members of the Sith Empire, have been assaulting Mos Entha and aiding the Fel ‘Empire’. I doubt DLoTS would waste time and resources to take control of Hutt Space considering it doesn’t benefit them any by doing so, especially by force. My bet is Exitium’s sithies have been acting out of place again and making him, and by extension Sith as a whole, look bad once more. I recommend this be looked into, before it pisses off the local pirates and crime bosses. It seems to me that this is simply a PR issue which could escalate into something more if action isn’t taken. As for the Fel ‘Empire’, they’re just a nuisance which will be disposed of if they continue this foolishness.

      – Captain Alexander Edgar Kardel”

      • Sihivus Verne
        December 9, 2011 at 9:06 AM

        ”The ‘Fel Empire’ has more ties than one may think. Jest’ula was quick to leave Verne on Rhelg during the defense in which I otherwise had no part in.”

        She would lean back in her own seat, crossing her legs as she contemplated for a moment.

        ”They bring out the worst in people. They cause ally to betray ally, and not just the Sith – But criminal and pirate alike. If they continue this pointlessly destructive route, they’ll bring out the worst in me. And nobody wants my lovely smirk to turn into a frown.”

  3. Shaka the Huttling
    December 8, 2011 at 9:58 PM

    Thank you. I would point out that both my Majordomo and her Sister were spectacular on our Coruscant visit.

  4. Jes'tula Tor'dok
    December 9, 2011 at 4:47 AM

    ((Hutt Night was great as usual… Besides the beginning. Fuckin’ griefers…))

    • FrodoDarkmatter
      December 9, 2011 at 1:32 PM

      ((I don’t know, i found it quiet hilarious. I was face palming and laughing at it the whole time. But seriously, who goes through the trouble of making multiple accounts just to grief. Now i know we all share a time or two with spamming something, but that, was just plain insane.))

  5. Morrigan Wemyss
    December 9, 2011 at 6:43 AM

    I do not know if spectacular is the word for it. Although small set backs aside the visit to coruscant did go rather well.

  6. Chelsea Blauvelt
    December 9, 2011 at 7:43 AM

    General NC-304 :
    This is ridiculous. The Empire has no interest in making the Hutts enemies, as they well know.

    Regardless, sith have still been attacking Entha. So care to explain?

    I still think my hat is best.

    • December 9, 2011 at 8:54 AM

      I’ve worn better.

    • Nox Chamerberlin ((OOC))
      December 9, 2011 at 9:15 AM

      If they have, in fact, been attacking Sith Space, it was not under the order of the Sith Empire. I will look into this matter personally and should it be one of our own members, then Force help them, because I certainly will not.

      • December 9, 2011 at 5:19 PM

        (( You OOC or IC? I’m confused as to which character is posting this as well. ))

  7. Nox Chamerberlin ((OOC))
    December 10, 2011 at 6:06 PM

    ((IC, I use Nox Chamerberlin OOC to post my OOC stuff and General NC-304 to post my IC. Sorry didn’t realize I had my OOC title up when I posted XD))

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