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Crimson Rose opens in Bakura

October 8, 2012

Galactic News Reporters discussed with the management of a new club in Bakura

Crimson Rose

A new cantina called the Crimson Rose opens in Bakura. Located in the upper city near the Royal palace, it’s going to be a place of pazaak gambling, pod race or fights, an dother events with a varied staff. The manager Stella Noctis claims it’s an unique place, which would distinguish from some other cantina, such as the Club 66 which is more a gentleman club.

The cantina is owned by Stella Noctis, Sihivus Verne and the Hutt Ku’gan which has his seat. Miss Noctis is used deal people and will help at the Crimson Rose management. She welcomes any faction or species “”Tall or small, imperial or republic, light or dark, the Crimson Rose is place for all to let those ties that bind our galaxy go and live and enjoy in the lap of luxury.”

— Daana Kira, Rakiko Lowtide

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  1. Dominus Nex
    October 8, 2012 at 1:49 PM

    “as owner of the crimson rose i was present at said interview where the description of club 66 as a gentlemans club was never said….furthermore my….associates poor choice of words on accepting that of imperial was a mere slip of the tounge we are glad to be allowed on this republic world and glad to have the soldiers and hard workers that make this galaxy go round”

    -Dominus M Nex

  2. Mr Osiv
    October 8, 2012 at 2:11 PM

    the management of club 66 would like to voice their disapproval of being referred to as merely a “gentleman’s club”, those that have experience the hospitality of club 66 will know it to be the premier “neutral” zone on the magestic city of Bakura

  3. faardor
    October 8, 2012 at 4:34 PM

    I dont know if this is a smart idea. The cantina market on Bakura is already pretty saturated with several cantina’s already. This would make number 3 or higher already.

    • Sihivus Verne
      October 8, 2012 at 4:41 PM

      ”If there’s going to be more, best to get a hand in on every single one planted. Such is simply Verne’s plan at this point, seeing as competition would be a grueling process. Initially, I thought it would be quite easy to come out on top, albeit in recent times more pressing matters have warranted my focus.”

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