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Bastion slowly rebuilds

August 8, 2012

Reporters of Galactic News went in Bastion to collect news.

Citizens of Bastion

The last elections in Bastion were won by the Governor Ronova. One of the governor’s priorities is to renovate the devastated ground, abandoned since a long time. A series of public work such as the building of offices as well as  a prison are in progress. They expect to build new houses too, although this part is not progressing as quick as expected. The government is trying to attract colonists into the Colonial Phalanx to dedicate them for its public work projects.

Several attempts of foreign relationship were tried, without success so far. The Republic is seen too favourable to the Jedi views and prohibiting the others. Obsidian Dominion, the Empire Reborn and even Hutt failed to reach an agreement. Lately, the Galactic Imperial Army sent an envoy but the outcome is still pending. They have not yet met either the Confederacy of Independent Systems or the New Confederacy, though they would welcome negotiation with the first one, they suspect the second to be a puppet regime of the Sith Empire.

The necroprocessor

Bastion also developed a Necroprocessor, a device originating from Corellia to transform the bodies of htose passed away into synthetic diamonds, which are then given to the family as a memento. Additionally such a funeral practice frees up land for developing.

According to Sucellos, “the major public works in the next few months before the next election should be surprising as the current governor wishes to depart with a positive legacy in office.” Let’s then wait for the surprises.

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Morrigan Wemyss
    August 8, 2012 at 1:34 PM

    Bastion also developed a Necroprocessor, a device originating from Corellia to transform the bodies of htose passed away into synthetic diamonds.

    Because there is nothing at all distrubing about that. In the least.

    • Alastor Wade
      August 8, 2012 at 4:49 PM

      Just as odd as piling up a ton of dead bodies and burning them. Basically the same thing.

      • Morrigan Wemyss
        August 9, 2012 at 9:07 AM

        I am not saying it is morally wrong on the like. However, I’ve never come across people actually doing, or admiting to doing this rather. We just burn the dead, we don’t turn them into keep sakes.

  2. Ghorrik Socarras
    August 8, 2012 at 9:23 PM

    I am disappoint.))

  3. Salene Lusch
    August 8, 2012 at 11:48 PM

    About the CIS, the emissaries I sent were unable to meet a representative so far. Maybe other members tried too, but I’m not aware. On the other hand, the governor is welcome to send an emissary to a member system, such a Zeltros, which is currently presiding the confederacy.

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