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Sihivus Verne’s Office Vandalized on Bakura

November 4, 2012

GNN reporter Daana Kira spoke with Sihivus Verne’s on Bakura about a break-in at her office on Bakura.

Intergalactic Tycoon Sihivus Verne came to her office on Bakura to find a group of masked vandals in the process of destroying her office. Accompanied by Angelique, and Selara, the three women were an intimidating force to the Vandals who fled from the scene. Miss Verne stated that she is almost positive who these Vandals are and have warned their group twice now about their actions against her. Now she says they must make things right or a war they can’t win will befall them.

Sihivus Verne goes over the damage done to her office.

According to her count fifty million credits worth of damage was done plus the destruction of three priceless relics. If the groups would pay the amount of damages or provide her with five priceless relics from their collection then she would satisfied. In her own words this is what she had to say “I have a very good idea as to who it was. And let it be known now and to the galaxy that I will not tolerate this idiocy. I have warned them not once, but twice now. This is the final time Verne will tolerate it. Retribution will be sought. I highly suggest this group seek to make things right with me before they have another war on their hands. A war against one with far less morality than their prior opposition.”

Hopefully things will be made right and the office repaired, valuable painting restored and objects replaced or returned. GNN also looks forward to hearing any news of exactly why any would go to the trouble of destroying this office.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. November 4, 2012 at 6:48 PM

    Fifty…. Million… Credits? That’s more than two kriffin’ Nebulon-B Frigates cost. How the hell did this woman make her office worth that much?

    • Sihivus Verne
      November 5, 2012 at 2:08 AM

      ”An absurd sum is required for an absurd act. I have no doubt that the damages done were far less costly, albeit such is absolutely ludicrous that such had occurred upon a world in which it had no business doing so, much less an entity itself best left excluded from such.”

      ”In the end of things, the sum is far more about a an offering, if you would. Should this group truly wish to make possible amends, they will humour it, or at the very least open negotiations.”

  2. Morrigan Wemyss
    November 5, 2012 at 5:15 AM

    Oh help us all the picture is sideways. This can only cause suffering for us all. Also those vandals are clearly new at their profession.

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