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Celestial Nullifier Found

December 30, 2012

GNN Reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide accompanied members of X-Play to Velmor where the artifact known as the Celestial Nullifer was handed over.

Baby Girl and her staff at X-Play recently came into possession of the of an ancient artifact known as the Celestial Nullifier after hosting an intergalactic contest to locate it after information had been uncovered that it existed. The Celestials were an ancient galactic race who left were said to have had advanced technologies that the galaxy has yet to see again. One such device was the Nullifier which was said to have been able to destroy whole systems. However, the device that was found had been disarmed ages ago only the shell of it remains.

Baby Girl handing the Celestial Nullifier over to the Museum on Velmor.

Winning the contest was Winter Pip who put together the historical clues of its location and recovered the device. Traveling from planets as widespread as Hoth and Zonama Sekot, the device was finally located on Nar Shaddaa where the first clues of its existence had been found. Who or why the artifact had been hidden there has yet to be determined, but its authenticity was confirmed.

Now that the device has been recovered, Baby Girl stated that she was just glad to know that it existed but decided the best place for it now was in a museum, namely the one on Velmor which has been actively seeking items for its collection. She handed the item over to museum curator Partheus who will put the item on display for the public. The parties involved believe that the artifact, even disarmed, may still hold value to several factions in the Galaxy and that the museum would be able to protect it rather than displaying it on Nar Shaddaa.

As the Velmor Museum continues to complete its collections, it already has become one of the favorite destination of scholars and tourists alike. Now the visitors can view a unique object from the Galaxy’s ancient if not first galactic species.

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

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  1. Arman T'ad
    December 30, 2012 at 5:58 AM

    What a Marvel-ous discovery.

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