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Intrigue and the Sarlacc Recieves a Meal at Hutt Night

September 20, 2012

GNN reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtideattended the latest Hutt Night.

The audience gathers at Hutt night.

In the Black Hole cantina at the lower levels of Nar Shaddaa, the Hutt council held their public audience. The night was led by Nawa, majordom to the Ropa Hutt Clan. In attendance from the Hutt Council were Belutric, Jengaz, Shaka, Nerous and Ku’gan the Hutt. The Nasirii clan, headed by Belutric, started off the night with an announcement reminding the audience of their businesses on Tatooine such as the Dirty Tails and the Last Shot cantinas as well as holding Pod Racing, Pazaak, and fight tournaments. A large open intergalactic market is also held in Mos Espa.In addition the Nasirii clan reminded that they are neutral in their dealings and will open up trade with anyone. A final announcement on their part was the introduction of their majordomo, Lady Kerrilastiawho is taking the position over for the missing Eris.

Darth Sae’hal of the DOR before the council.

The First speaker to come before the Hutts was Admiral Abyssus of the Revenant Armada who came to give his report in the investigation of the plan’s Issulla the Hutt had shown the council which were reported to be Republic battle plans against Hutt space. From what information Admiral Abyssus had found was that the plans most likely originated with the Galactic Empire in their attempt to weaken the Republic even more by pushing a Hutt war on them. Darth Sae’hal II of the Disciples of Ragnos (DOR), one of the factions making up the Galactic Empire, was present and disputed Abyssus’ claims. He said the Empire had no need for disinformation, they were powerful enough to deal with the Republic on their own. He offered his help in finding the real culprits behind these plans and set up a private meeting with the Hutt Council. The Council agreed to this meeting with the Galactic Empire.

Next to come before the Council was Nerous the Hutt. He announced that Issulla the Hutt was missing apparently killed in an explosion that occurred on his ship, the Vongchaser. So far only pieces of the ship have been recovered and Issulla is presumed dead and he would be taking over control and the assets of the Odominic Hutt Clan. In addition Nerous the Hutt that they believe the explosion was due to foul-play and stated that they are looking into Senator Tafo of Tython as the culprit since she was the only known enemy of Issulla and wishes for the Senator to come before the Council to prove her innocence.

Ava and Exitium fighting the Sarlacc

Shaka the Hutt then addressed the crowd, accusing Jengaz the Hutt’s majordomo Ava Haj’ra of stealing a priceless artifact from his collection, an amulet purported to hold great power. Ava Haj’ra came forward to declared that the artifact in question was a Sith amulet owned by her father, the former Arch Lord Exitium of DOR. Surprisingly Exitium was present even though many had believed him to be dead. After Shaka’s majordomo Morrigan demanded his artifact be returned, Ava said no and insulted the Hutt. Exitium also wanted the artifact back for his personal reasons, but before he could pull his daughter back, both of them were dropped into the pit where lay a bio-engineered Sarlacc. The two fought off the tentacles as the crowd watched, but deciding her fate was sealed, Ava jumped head first into the mouth of the Sarlacc, saving her father as the creature then buried itself in the sand, seeming have moved away to digest the lady, a proposition Sihivus Verne came forward to object to, since apparently she had an intimate relationship with the victim. Her objections as well as Exitium’s, who had been let out of the pit, fell on dead ears of the Council. Exitium was told the rest of his artifacts had been sold and both he and Verne were reminded that they still had a thousand years to try to retrieve Ava from the Sarlacc but most likely she’d beehorribly scarred.

The crowd enjoyed watch the “show” in the pit.

The last speaker of the night was Trooper G-3293 also known as Badger of the 287th Battalion led by Moff Dorien Starstrider. The Moff had sent his trooper to extend a welcome to the Hutts and open up a trade relationship. Even though the 287th were allies of the Tetan Empire, they had become neutral now and wished to deal with the Hutt. The Council agreed to speak in privately about an agreement. And with this the Hutt Night came to and end.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

  1. Sapphire Tafo
    September 21, 2012 at 10:47 AM

    Sad to know what happened to Issulla… I only met only once and she looked like a smart Hutt… I was however surprised she defamed me last time, and now to learn I would be her only enemy.

    I was just asking advice to my council for a possible lawsuit, but this is now pointless.

    I’ll suggest the investigators to lookup other tycoons in the battleship industry, like Issulla was. I doubt they’re all the best friends in the Galaxy.

  2. Morrigan Wemyss
    September 21, 2012 at 7:17 PM

    Exitium was present even though many had believed him to be dead. After Shaka’s majordomo Morrigan demanded his artifact be returned,

    Actually it has already been returned at this point.

  3. September 22, 2012 at 3:55 PM

    Very brave of the Sith Lord to allow his daughter to die, just so that he could keep his little amulet… And as it turns out, the artifact ends up being returned. A very impressive display of cowardice and sociopathy from the father. Would Kulith Laan die to keep his nose-piece as well?

    • Kasmiel
      September 24, 2012 at 12:28 PM

      Those who have no power of their own, and seek to leech artificial power from trinkets will forsake all others in their greatest quest. Not the quest for power, but their quest to prevent others discovering they have none.

    • Cowl Millet
      September 24, 2012 at 1:12 PM

      Does his nose-piece actually do something? I thought it was just jewelry.

    • Causidicus
      September 25, 2012 at 1:57 PM

      In reference to the latter, we shall surely see.

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