Abshalom walks out of the club, stopping near a public com terminal not far from the club's enterance. She can sense someone focusing his attention on her. Unfortunately, its not Ghoulardix. Its the young braided Mandalorian. He must have realized she spotted him when he suddenly makes a very dramatic reappearance. Abshalom smiles briefly in approval. When stealth doesn't work often making a loud scene does, especially when done in a way that can get you grouped in with a particular set of people. With the loud music and customized speeder, most of the onlookers will indeed remember him but will classify him along with any other young male who styles himself as a player. He'll become an archtype rather than someone they can recall specific details about. Its a technique she's used with great success on many occasions. That he's obviously had some training is something she'll have to keep in mind, even if she did spot him. So trained, but realitively inexperienced. Unlike the Ithorian Jedi. Abshalom allowed herself a moment of intense annoyance. What was a Jedi doing in a dive like the Outlander's club anyway? Had her opposition gotten word of their interest in Senator Gothax? That could make things more interesting, but it didn't change the situation. Gothax had to go, simple as that. But in order to do that, she needed the information Ghoulardix had. Spit and Hades. Abshalom checked the area around her carefully. Ghoulardix had yet to exit the Club, at least as far as she knew. The Jedi's presence was still firmly inside the Club, along with the braided Mandalorian and . . . Abshalom paused in surprise and once more extended her senses, careful not to alert those within that she was checking their auras. The two drinking, card playing females were more than they appeared. It was definitely time to relocate this. Punching in a code in the public comm, using one of her throw away id codes, she left a quick email to the address she had been given to contact Ghoulardix. No doubt one that was as temporary and annoymous as the one she was using to contact him. The message was short, an address and a time.