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Velmor Museum Obtain Several Priceless Artifacts

December 28, 2012

GNN Reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide visited the main museum on Velmor.

Velmor: Partheus one of the directors of the Royal Museum was on hand to speak to us about some of the recent artifacts obtained, including the lightsaber of Lord Atrox who had been taken down by Jedi on Nar Shaddaa after it was discovered he was spying on the Republic for the Dark Lords of the Sith (DLotS).

Velmor Museum

The Museum had obtained the lightsaber because of its artistic and historical value. However once the artifact was in custody several ominous occurrences played out in the museum. People began to get ill, fall victim to hallucinations and feelings of dread, and several odd accidents had occurred. Many became to feel that the lightsaber was responsible and exhaustive research on the object began. It was quickly determined that several of the materials used in its construction are currently unknown in the mainstream. Furthermore the saber is toxic on touch resulting in the death of at least one researcher and it possibly has several other safeguards.

Partheus showing the lightsaber.

As for now the saber has been put on display until its decided how to proceed the investigations on it safely. Partheus stated that the museum is also concerned of a DLotS attack to reclaim the artifact but did state that Velmor is a well secured system and the Museum itself has several cutting edge security measures and personnel in place.

The museum and its staff feel that all objects should be  on display for the public and have been expanding their collections recently. Partheus though stated that all objects are obtained legitimately, but he and the rest of the staff are always interested in speaking with those that may give artifacts from all cultures of the Galaxy.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

  1. December 28, 2012 at 9:16 PM

    Having visited the display myself. I found it to be a pleasant little trip. If you can stand the cold and snow.

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