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Black Dawn and Swoop in Byss

April 30, 2012

Reporters of the Galactic News requested to attend to the Meeting in Byss to address some apprehension from the racers.

The Black Dawn at the meeting

Despite the Meeting of the Sith in Byss was originally meant to the meeting of Dark Lords of the Sith, other points were tackled, transforming it in a Sith Empire Meeting.

The Obsidian Dominion in Ziost presented their new alliance with the Black Dawn in Trandosha. The nature of this alliance was not revealed. The Emperor left them to continue although the Black Dawn had some past issue with the Empire. Even if such an treaty may improve their relationship, both the Empire Darth Destius and Mortem Siver of the Black Dawn Syndicate agreed it was too early for an plain alliance directly with the Empire.

Byss Swoop track

On another topic, the next races for the Galactic Swoop Cup occurring in Byss and some racers having expressed apprehension from their past experience with the Sith Empire, a reporter asked if the Empire would like to say some words at their attention. Darth Mortis first said he appreciated his sport and stated the racers and the visitors shall be treated with neutrality as long as they keep in line. He also announced his plans to organise a new type of competition, the Galactic Swoop Rallying. The Emperor confirmed there should be no issue for the contestant and the spectator “who attend are genuinely for the race and no other reason.”

Lastly, on the topic of the explosion of Darth Novo Ship and the Imperial Sith Military attacks, the Emperor said the perpetrator has been apprehended, but no details, including his identity, can be revealed yet during the judicial process.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. N. Tulin
    May 3, 2012 at 9:17 AM

    Interesting times for Byss, perhaps as a proof of superiority in Imperial governance they may allow the press to observe their justice system in action… In all very interesting times indeed.

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