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Mysterious Crime in Yavin 4

January 15, 2012

In Yavin 4, reporters of the Galactic News heard about crimes being committed.

The Crime Scene

A crime had been committed in the Yavin 4 station, in Apt1, rented by someone presenting himself as a tourist. He already complained a few days before that his apartment was broken into even if nothing was missing. This time he had the horrible surprise to have a still burning corpse at his front door and a bloody cadaver in his living room with smoking equipment completing the scene. He declared his innocence to the Jedi in charge of the investigation and claimed he was ignorant of who the victims were.

What happened exactly in this room remains a mystery. The Jedi preserved the scene for further investigations.

— Daana Kira, Danrick Shadowstar

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  1. January 15, 2012 at 6:06 AM

    ((This is an open interactive scenario, feel free to take part, here is a note from the organisers))

    Crime scene investigation Outline

    This Rp starts at the Crime scene. You come upon a crime scene .You need to gather evidence and process some of it threw the analyser in the med bay.

    This is a who done it RP the goal is to find out why they were there, what happened and who did it. All involved are linked threw the evidence. Gather evidence, interview suspects collect your proof and press charges and bring to trial if you can.

    Note the Analyser is on second floor of med bay
    The crime scene is APT1 of the private APTs (one with the lawn chairs on the landing pad)

  2. Millions of GNN Viewers
    January 15, 2012 at 11:12 AM

    *Looks away from the brutal picture of death, blood, and gore.*

  3. January 15, 2012 at 4:29 PM

    ((hehe, sorry I know, but I hadn’t any better picture… I wanted to show everybody can enter in this story, so not focusing on one character already playing in 😉 ))

  4. Arasha Kata
    January 15, 2012 at 7:49 PM

    how lovely..the killer was kind enough to leave a boot print to identify themself by.

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