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Issulla the Hutt Relocates to Kessel Gate

June 17, 2013

Following the power shift in Hutt space, GNN reporters Daana Kira and Rakiko Lowtide travelled to meet with with Issulla the Hutt, one of the members of the Hutt Council.

As everyone in the galaxy watches the current events on Nar Shaddaa, where former Security Chief Sihivus Verne too control of the moon, others involved in the power shift are regrouping and looking at their options. One such member is Issulla Odominic the Hutt, who has served on the Hutt Council for several years. She invited GNN to her relocated headquartes on Kessel Gate. Hosting her is the entertainment company X Play who has opened their facilities for Issulla to conduct her business while they continue to build up the asteroid.

For now Issulla’s business is to give a home to the Hutt Council while they make plans on the Nar Shaddaa situation. Compounding the problem is that the council itself has been in the midst of internal conflict, with several Hutts dead, a situation which led to them losing power on Nar Shaddaa. Issulla hope to mend the problems in the council and restore the Hutt governing body back to its full glory.

Issulla at her new base at Kessel Gate.

Issulla has established her base on Kessel Gate because of the security provided by the asteroid and X Play. Her concerns are that those taking power in Nar Shaddaa may begin hunting down council members and to also to a lesser extent her feuds with other council members such as Shaka the Hutt. The feud mainly is over Shaka taking control of the council and giving power to Sihivus Verne which she ultimately used to take control herself. Issulla backs Belutric the Hutt fully but wishes to see the council restored so would like to mend fences with the other members. Its a disgrace to her that the council had to leave their moon due to the large forces under Verne that moved into the system, but she plans to back on the Black Hole cantina someday.

Beginning her crusade to retake Nar Shaddaa she has placed large bounties on Sihivus Verne her ally in the council Yarel the Hutt and the majordomos Morrigan and Sinala. In addition she plans to help reunite the rest of the council and use her extensive resources to begin a campaign against the invaders of Nar Shaddaa. How this retaliation will take place either by force, economic power or a combination of factors are unknown at this time, but Issulla has already made several positive talks with several Jedi enclaves who maybe interested in the conflict as several Siths have taken advantage of their relationships with the invaders to move in the Hutt system.

As for X Play, Kaelinn X is happy to be hosting Issulla. They have collaborated on several projects in the past and are looking to future entertainment events such as fighting tournaments, pageants, and races in the future. Hosting the Hutts should bring much needed revenue to the asteroid as X Play has spent a considerable amount to make the asteroid liveable and explore the extensive mines located there. Curiously recent investigations into the lower mines has resulted in the discovery of several hostile creatures left there by former owners of the asteroid. The creatures are still active and are posing a threat to anyone descending into the mines. For now X Play is working with the KOJ to determine what these creatures are and how to deal with them.

To begin re-organizing the Hutt Council, Issulla and her hosts of X PLay will hold a Hutt Night type even the following day ((Thursday)) of the one on Nar Shaddaa. Issulla invites all those wishing to do business with the Hutts to come and take advantage of her and X Play’s hospitality.”

— Rakiko Lowtide, Daana Kira

  1. Sihivus Verne
    June 17, 2013 at 4:41 PM

    ”I’ve done nothing but replace a defunct group who found it vastly more interesting to accept gifts of fruit rather than things to sustain an empire. Deny it if you would, but I’ve been running things far before this little coup. Only now that you lose the figurative role of a figurehead does it upset the writhing and groveling worms.”

  2. Hoggil
    June 18, 2013 at 2:52 AM

    The Fruit Empire takes exception to your remarks! Hail fruitor!

    • Kasmiel
      June 23, 2013 at 6:19 PM

      And his fearless General Fuitus Maximus.

  3. Issulla The Hutt
    June 18, 2013 at 7:09 PM

    The Event is at 7 PM SLT Thursday

  4. Belutric Nasirii
    June 18, 2013 at 11:08 PM

    A worthless jewel. Nar Shaddaa.
    Morrigan and Vern are simple idiots with no idea of the real business of the hutts .
    It seems all that i predicted has now come true. The sith puppet Vern is now talking up how they run Nar Shaddaa. Well fellow Hutts as you all know the real business of the Clan Council and the Hutts is always trade . There is no profit in war . Vern has led the child hutt shaka into ruining all business on Nar Shaddaa . What was once a glorious jewel is now worthless to the Clans. There is little interest in Nar Shaddaa for true trade to continue. Business has now moved on to other planets. I commend the actions of all clans that continue the business of trade for the Clan Council away from Nar Shaddaa. Shaka has been removed from the Clan Council any words from the child will not be heard. The council will only hear from the Great Darmutta to fix the mess that Shaka has made and see that the young hutt pays many many credits to the council for their disrespectful lies and damage to its business.

    Strength in Business
    Together we profit

    Clan Council Leader

    • Sihivus Verne
      June 20, 2013 at 6:45 PM

      ”VernE.” ~SV

  5. June 20, 2013 at 2:47 PM

    I’m impressed Belutric learnt how to read. Of courses he must have free time fleeing for Hus life and all. Not that it has any value. As far as Darmutta goes last I saw him he was fleeing Nar Shaddaa tail in between his proverbial legs.There went your last chance of rescue princess. I’d say that’s a pity but we all know its not.

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