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Arbitras Rexsus back to Endor’s Moon

May 14, 2012

Reporters of the Galactic news met Vyres Yodan and Jebel Kinn in Endor’s Moon.

Arbitras Rexsus finally returned to Endor where he is still recovering from his grueling stay in a carbonite slab. The Monarch is suffering of blindness and amnesia at this time. He was repatriated by Shaka the Hutt, which formerly bought the slab back from a kidnapping  Sith agent. Apparently Shaka requested a favour in return, but this may be reconsidered. Endor’s Moon having been accepted in the Republic, the Jedi and Senator, even if they would like to pay the Hutt back, are hesitating to be committed on a demand which may be opposed to their new status or their ideology.

Reporters interviewing Jebel Kinn (centre right) and Vyres Yodan (right)

They are studying means to prevent subsequent kidnapping. Either by individual prevention, either by hiring security professionals. Notably they are envisaging to get some clone troopers from Kamino. They also expect their new membership in the Republic will allow them to acquire better security equipment.

Their membership in the New Republic was blocked because their Senator, Jebel Kinn, was an apprentice from the local Jedi Order. This issue was resolved after he renounced, once becoming knight, to further force training. The new Senator stated they are willing to make business with allies worlds, whichever they are in the Republic or not, but they are reluctant to treat with a Sith organisation or a Hutt crime syndicates.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. (Captain) Alex Kardel
    May 14, 2012 at 8:58 PM

    I’d like to point out that Shaka deals in legal enterprises. Just because Shaka is a member of the Hutt Council doesn’t mean that Shaka deals in criminal trade. Hutts deal in profit, not crime. The majority just so happen to make profit through enterprises considered illegal in Republican space, but “legal” enterprises are much more profitable in the long run.

  2. Not Really Here
    May 15, 2012 at 3:19 AM

    So the Republic will not allow Jedi interference, which in turn causes Jedi to renounce their knighthood to become politician’s so they can deal in republic affairs and the republic allows this even though they are still Jedi? Am I correct on that one so far?

    On another note: A republic party backing out of an arranged deal? Shocker.

    • (Captain) Alex Kardel
      May 15, 2012 at 12:28 PM

      It’s a well established rule that Jedi are to be advisers at the most, not politicians. It’s impossible to control whether someone is force sensitive or not, so banning all force sensitives from the senate is of course absurd and has not and will not happen. There have also been politicians who have had to retire from the Jedi Orders in order to pursue careers in politics.
      But it is completely unheard of to allow active Jedi Knights, force users, and so forth to become members of the senate. While it may take place in other governments, it doesn’t take place in the Republic senate.

      • Not Really Here
        May 15, 2012 at 8:41 PM

        I’m more pointing out the possibility of former Jedi leaving the Order to pursue politics only to further the agenda of the Jedi. I understand that you can not ban all force sensitives, given that this can not be controlled, but given the recent events of certain “Jedi” orders striving for power, despite their claims, I personally would rather be safer than sorry by not permitting Jedi, former or active, to seat.

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