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Major Announcements at Hutt Night

December 22, 2011

Journalists Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide traveled to Nar Shaddaa to attend what has become known as Hutt night, a public audience given by the Hutt council for those wishing to speak to the Hutts directly.

Nar Shaddaa: A large crow formed at the Black Hole casino to listen to those bring business and other matters before the Hutt Council. This night the court was overseen by the mighty Darmutta and Shaka. Substituting for Tanya, Darmutta’s majordomo, was Nar Shadaan security chief Shade.

Plars and Sihivus

First up before the Hutts was Imperious leader Sihivus Verne and her associate Plars. They gave an account of Tarmangar the Hutt, who had been seeking a position on the Hutt Council. By their words, they witnessed Tarmangar on Tython doing business with Droma. However the surprising matter was that Tarmangar changed forms into another Hutt then into a Togruta. The Imperious then decided that the Hutts should be informed that Tarmangar was a shape-shifter. The Hutts than thanked the Imperious members and called forth Chelsea who had been Tarmangar’s majordomo and even announced his death to the Council.

Chelsea approaching the Hutt

Chelsea claimed ignorance as to the fact that Tarmangar was a shape-shifter and stood by her belief that he was in fact shot in the by a Mandalorian, though she did admit she knew little of the biology of a shape-shifter and stated it could be he was still alive. She couldn’t give much information to the Hutts, only stating that she didn’t really notice anything unusual other than her boss’s frequent absences and his smaller stature for a Hutt. She also stated she thought his palace on Tatooine had been left abandoned, but that someone by the name of Cypher would know more about the business dealings of Tarmangar. The Hutts were dismayed by the news but ordered that agents would be sent to investigate the palace as well as the claims of Tarmangar being a shape-shifter.

Tishia Rinai

Next, the emissary from Zonama Sekot, Tishia Rinai came before the Hutts. She had a message from the Zonaman magister, Salene Lusch, wanting to know why the Hutts were delinquent on signing the trade agreement they had agreed to. The Hutts were surprised that it hadn’t been signed yet. Miss Rinai acknowledged that Mooga the Hutt had indeed visited Zonama quite some time before, but after agreeing that the signing should take place during a ceremony, nothing else was done and the Zonamans were told no news of the time or place for such a signing. Darmutta was concerned that Zonama Sekot had been left waiting and agreed that he himself would travel there soon to meet with the Magister and finish their business.

The Hapan delegation in Nar Shaddaa

Royalty from the Hapan Consortium next came before the Hutts. The Queen Mother, Yori Kel, herself showed up along with her sister, Grand Duchess of Charubah and CEO of Charubah Industries, Astrid Kel. They wished to extend their welcome to the Hutts to engage in business with the Hapans. The Hutts were very interested in this proposal and gave the royal figures some of the best accommodations in Nar Shaddaa during their stay so the Council could speak with them in private to enter into mutually profitable business.

Darth Abyssus reporting to Darmuta

The last speaker before the Hutts was Revenant Admiral Abyssus. He came with the somber and most displeasing news to the Hutts that his and the Hutt’s forces were defeated on Uvena Prime. Stating that he took full responsibility for what transpired he still wanted the Hutt council to discuss certain matters learned from the conflict. Giving a detail of how His forces had been on the brink of defeating the GLA and their GAR and Republic allies, but their victory was not to be made due to the actions of the Jedi, specifically Master Marcus Moreau who had sacrificed himself to repel the Revenant forces.

The Hutts discussing on Uvena Prime

Now the Revenant was in no position to continue the conflict on Uvena Prime as it would pull his forces from other matters. For now he stated they should accept the defeat and learn from it, but upon the Hutt’s command he would have the Bloodletter cause a catastrophe in the system, but damaging its star. As for the Hutts, their forces along with Timoora the Hutt were able escape are safely back in Hutt space. Abyssus also wished for the council to discuss and do something about the betrayal of the Mandalore, who had ordered the clans to fight with the GLA. The Hutts seemingly refused Abyssus’ proposals and seemed to want to wash their hands of the Uvena Prime affair, though they did retire in private to discuss things mor in detail and also invited an unknown Hutt to GNN to the talks.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. Zach Rodchester
    December 22, 2011 at 9:18 AM

    Hmm I am sure Shaka informed the council that revant forces threatned him and his majordomo’s life

    • December 22, 2011 at 12:18 PM

      Spend some time with them. That’s Abyssus’s way of saying hello. Me and him threaten each other’s lives some, point sabers at each other, brag about the best decapitations we’ve seen or performed, talk politics, and get drinks. Yep. That’s usually how it goes.

      • December 22, 2011 at 12:21 PM

        Interestingly enough, I’d say I’m also the only person in the galaxy who can give Skole a hug without having my throat ripped out. I’d say the only reason I haven’t been murdered yet is because I’m good company.

    • Morrigan Wemyss
      December 23, 2011 at 6:57 AM

      Funny I don’t exactly recall my life being threatned, but then I could have just missed that. Perhaps I was asleep at the time.

  2. Faardor (Astrid Kel)
    December 22, 2011 at 11:19 AM

    (( Slight error in the hapan part of this article. Grand Duchess of Charubah (which is a planet) and CEO of Charubah Industries. ))

    • December 22, 2011 at 11:50 AM

      (I’ve fixed the inaccurate shortcut)

  3. Shaka the Huttling
    December 22, 2011 at 1:20 PM

    The Hutts wish to thank Sihivus and Plars and also remind the GNN that Sihivus prefers holos of herself to be much larger where possible.

    Shaka the Hutt
    Child of Jul’gaa the Inmense

  4. December 23, 2011 at 2:46 AM

    What a nice attitude from Darth Abyssus, he placed the responsability of his shameful defeat on the shoulders of Mandalore.You have no shame aruetii, the whole responsability is only yours, only your incompetence brought you there.Before you open your mouth insulting mandalorians,think more before….

    • December 23, 2011 at 3:18 AM

      You obviously can’t read. Abyssus did take full responsibility for the defeat, although he claimed it was dishonorable and traitorous of the Mand’alor to change sides out of the blue. There are more details to it than just that, but it seems to be a personal issue of honor and such which seems to have had a larger impact. Between Marcus Moreau sacrificing himself to restore morale and cleanse the air, and the Mand’alor betraying the Revvies, the tide of battle was turned greatly.

      • Arasha Kata
        December 23, 2011 at 8:16 AM

        Mand’alor was neutral, friend. but so many of the clans were ALREADY on Uvena, that even if Mand’alor didn’t declare war, it would have been war any way in the Rev’s eyes.

  5. Alor'ad of Socarras
    December 24, 2011 at 4:45 PM

    Outsiders who have a very little concept of how our culture works, understand this, Some clans we’re already fighting with the GLA, as well as those with the Revenant forces. These clans did so under their clan’s Alor orders, the Mand’alor cannot stop one clan from declaring war on someone if it is only on behalf of that one clan, however he can declare war for all Mando’ade to which all should answer the call.

    The Mand’alor stood in a neutral position, but then made a decision to aid the GLA in their fight, it is not within anyone’s right to scrutinize why, he did nothing dishonorable for he did not betray anyone, if the Revenant Armada believed to have had some formal alliance with all Mandalorians, they were severely mistaken and they paid for their arrogance.

    We stand together and apart in many ways, but we always act in the best interests of our own people and culture. Any alliances made are done so as long as it is beneficial to us, as soon as it stops becoming beneficial, that alliance is useless to us and will last little longer.

  6. December 24, 2011 at 11:32 PM

    (Captain) Alex Kardel :
    You obviously can’t read. Abyssus did take full responsibility for the defeat, although he claimed it was dishonorable and traitorous of the Mand’alor to change sides out of the blue. There are more details to it than just that, but it seems to be a personal issue of honor and such which seems to have had a larger impact. Between Marcus Moreau sacrificing himself to restore morale and cleanse the air, and the Mand’alor betraying the Revvies, the tide of battle was turned greatly.

    Perhaps I should clarify: I don’t believe there was a betrayal and I don’t believe there was a formal alliance or such. I simply believe that’s how it seems as if it’s portrayed. I may be an outsider of Mandalorian culture, but I’m not ignorant. I’m aware the Mandalore was neutral, and as a result made no betrayal. But an observer like myself can interpret that it’s possible Abyssus believes there was a betrayal. When it comes down to it, maybe I just want to see Abyssus and the Mandalore slug it out though.

    • The Jiaasjen'ari
      December 25, 2011 at 4:28 PM

      It would be an interesting contest of power at the very least. perhaps that is why Mandalore made the decision to stand against the Revenant in this battle? For the sport of a good challenge?

      • Ryan Adams
        December 25, 2011 at 7:35 PM

        No. Think of it this way; Sith would want complete control of a planet without any obstacles in the way; while Jedi share power with ease.

    • December 27, 2011 at 1:39 AM

      “Abyssus also wished for the council to discuss and do something about the betrayal of the Mandalore, who had ordered the clans to fight with the GLA.” …. the conclusion is obvious, after the mandalorians who fought under Revenant Armada flag joined GLA,Revenants lost the tactical advantage and were forced to withdraw, losing in this way the war for Uvena…

  7. The Jiaasjen'ari
    December 26, 2011 at 5:00 PM

    Ryan Adams :
    No. Think of it this way; Sith would want complete control of a planet without any obstacles in the way; while Jedi share power with ease.

    And why do Mandalorians care who controls what on a world they have no stake in? Dominion is the Birthright of the Sith, only through control can there be Order, and Peace. Jedi are fools who believe that letting go of conflict rather than dealing with it and resolving it will bring some kind of peace, that is not peace that they seek, but a time bomb.
    Mandalorians understand this on some level, they know that power comes from strength, that strength is what matters, and they see a challenge in the Revenant, a test of their strength, they have always sought out tests of strength.

  8. Alor'ad of Socarras
    December 27, 2011 at 4:35 PM

    The Jiaasjen’ari :
    And why do Mandalorians care who controls what on a world they have no stake in?

    For the Fight…….and perhaps more personal reasons, you can all debate the reasons as to why the Mando’ade chose to fight, but more than likely you would all prove wrong, a futile path indeed. At the end of the day, we fought alongside the Jedi, not a common occurrence albeit, but it happened.

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