Even as the End Times advance, even as Drifter demons and Triglavian demons roam the land; yea, even as liberalism and abolitionism spread everywhere, there yet remains hope. The Ametat. The Avetat. The very artifacts with which Amash-Akura overthrew Molok the Deceiver — the liberal abolitionist of his day — and restored order throughout the Empire. Now, the hunt for these lost artifacts begins anew.
I was first aroused to suspicion by the dissembling of Lunarisse Aspenstar, who claimed an injury to her face to have been inflicted during an archaeological dig in which she attempted a cave-in rescue. Suspicious, I began searching the news for archaeology-related pieces, and sure enough, learned that Ms. Aspenstar was the daughter of an Ametat and Avetat obsessed archaeologist. It seemed evident to me that her own research is a continuation of her father’s quest. This was not the only appearance of the Ametat and Avetat in the news; a certain Lord Jude Benayahu Aslan of House Ardishapur was prowling the Kakol constellation in search of the artifacts, while on the dangerous world of Gamdis III within that constellation, a planet seeped in Avetat and Ametat lore, someone whose description matches that of Lunarisse Aspenstar was involved in an altercation.
The threat became clear: working separately or together, Lord Jude Benayahu Aslan and Lunarisse Aspenstar are closing in upon the Ametat and Avetat! Their success would be a catastrophe for the Empire, as the Ametat and Avetat in the hands of Ms. Aspenstar and SFRIM would mean the final victory of liberalism and abolitionism, while in those of House Ardishapur it would bring the end of TCMCs and the spread of Kernherite heresies everywhere. I would have to mount an expedition of my own to find the Ametat and Avetat and keep it for the forces of order, tradition, and slavery.
Employing my one advantage over these twin Archaeologists of Evil, I packed 50,000 of my “Freed” Slaves, who by regulation require only one cubic meter of space each, into a single transport and rushed them to Gamdis III, handed out shovels, and made them dig. (The wild, barren nature of the place aided my efforts, which would have been harder for a wanted criminal like me on most worlds.) Looming over the planet, I have built an Ametat Archaeology HQ in order to coordinate digging efforts and repair and replace slaves who stop digging for some reason or another. No expense of slaves lost to sand creatures, bandits, heat stroke, or anything else is too high for a chance at recovering the Ametat and Avetat. I call upon all loyal Amarrians to aid me in this crusade.
Even so, may the Judgement come quickly. Amen. Amarr Victor.