The Hindil Veern Museum Of Sapient Life

Hindil Veern had this museum built as a way to both break modest tolekis out of their “shyness” and torment them. Specifically, it puts the unlucky prisoners in the museum as statues and allows natives and tourists alike to gawk at them (and touch them, if it’s feeling sadistic enough to place them out in the open). When doing this, it picks a form for its victims based on what exhibits it needs in the museum, and then picks poses and outfits for them that, while still artistic, they would be mortified to be seen in. Most people (especially outsiders) don’t know the truth behind most of the exhibits here, and most of the natives that do know see the prisoners as deserving it.

Hindil is constantly expanding the museum as he gets more exhibits (of both the actual and “frozen person” varieties). It was a standard size museum when it was first built, but it’s now one of the hugest museums in existence.

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Name: The Hindil Veern Museum of Sapient Life
General Location: Acera

Locations Inside:
Museum Sections – The museum is divided into sections based on areas of the galaxy (or possibly universe, if the museum is big enough).

Stuff:
Various Exhibits – Some of the statues in this museum are legitimate, not-actually-people works of art. There are also other kinds of exhibits, such as paintings and ancient artifacts. The exhibits that Hindil deems too valuable to risk damaging are placed in exhibit cases, while others are placed outside of exhibit cases so that people can touch them (in ways that don’t physically damage them, of course); he does the latter on the pretense of making the exhibits more accessible to the visually impaired, but it’s really so people won’t be suspicious of the number of statues placed outside of exhibit cases.

Exhibit Cases – It’s no surprise that you’d find these here, as they’re a standard feature in museums.

Security System – Every museum worth its salt needs an effective security system, especially when the museum has a lot of exhibits (and prisoners turned into exhibits) out in the open.

Beings:
Living Statues – Most of the incredibly lifelike statues in this museum are actually prisoners (mostly of the political variety) frozen in place by Hindil’s orange hand. Many of these prisoners are placed outside of exhibit cases so that people can touch them (in ways that don’t physically damage them, of course); he does this on the pretense of making the exhibits more accessible to the visually impaired, but it’s really because Hindil wants to punish those prisoners extra severely. Prisoners it wants to punish less severely are placed in exhibit cases, with the excuse that those particular statues are too valuable to risk damaging.

Hindil Veern (sometimes)
Museum patrons
Guards

History:
Hindil Veern had this museum built as a way to both break modest tolekis out of their “shyness” and torment them. It is constantly expanding the museum as he gets more exhibits (of both the actual and “frozen person” varieties). It was a standard size museum when it was first built, but it’s now one of the hugest museums in existence. Wait, I said all that before. Why did I say it again?

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