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Things had calmed down a little now that you were out of the fight and heading towards the planet of Alpheridies. The planet itself appeared to be covered in white, and not clouds. It was snow, like Rhen Var. So this is where the Miraluka come from. It honestly doesn’t look too special to you. Still, it appears there’s no Imperial fleet or any cruisers orbiting the planet that your sensors can scan, which means it’s free to land on.

First things first, you have to address the freeloaders. First, Sergeant Grymsley and his squad. “We’re grateful that you saved us, Cykgil,” says Grymsley. The lot of you stand around in the machine shop, where Misri is busy admiring Kublai and MadClaw’s weapons. Showoffs. “Once we land on Alpheridies, we’ll be sure to inform the Admiral what you did for us, even if we are only just Stormtroopers.”

“Thanks, Grymsley.” He nods at that. “But listen, once we do land, we should go our separate ways, I don’t think the Admiral will like it if he knows I’m here.”

He nods again. “Understandable.”

And as for Kublai and MadClaw, when you approach them, they look up and grin at you. “Don’t give me that look,” you say. “I don’t intend on having freeloaders like you two on my ship for very long. You’re only here because we have no quarrel with each other and I can’t be bothered to throw you off myself.”

“Relax!” Kublai waves you off, smirking toothily. “Me and Maddy here on the level! Once we find or steal a new ship, we’ll be outta your hair and out of your mind, boy.” MadClaw snorts in agreement you think. “But as long as we’re here, maybe we can talk finance…?”

“No.”

[1/2]
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>>45282308
[2/2]

“Alright,” he says, defeated. He looks over at Misri. “As for you, little lady. I think you have the right… disposition for being a bounty hunter.”

“Really?” Misri hands MadClaw’s bowcaster back to him. “You think so?”

“Don’t go poaching my crew,” you say.

“Just saying.” Kublai laughs a little. “We could make this dynamic duo into a triumphant trio!” MadClaw nods, roaring happily. Misri smiles at you, obviously enjoying having the chance to travel with bounty hunters. But you shake your head, and she sighs in defeat.

Lev walks over to you, having come from the cockpit. “Sir. We are ready to land on Alpheridies on your command. We have detected the Dreadnaught through surface scans.” He holds up a holoprojector, and it shows a Dreadnaught cloven in two embedded in what appears to be an ice block. “However, it is encased in ice, it appears that it has been there for some time. Scans indicate that there are Imperial workers currently busy attempting to free it from the ice.”

“Alright,” you say. “Well uh…”

> Take the ship down directly on top of them. If you’re confident, they won’t question your presence there at all.
> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
> Other
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>>45282318
>> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
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>>45282318
> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
> Other
put on our stormtrooper armor and go take a look at the shit
"imperial business" and whatnot
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>>45282318
>Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
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>>45282408
>shit
>freudian ship
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>>45282318
>> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
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>>45282318
>> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
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>>45282318
>Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.
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So after that last fight how much damage did our Freighter take?
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>>45282705
Light laser scoring on the hull but nothing too bad. Probably would've been worse if Eudora hadn't sniped those Skiprays for you.
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>>45282734
Hmm, as expected. I guess the capital grade armor and shields helped.
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> Land nearby. You don’t want to spook them or raise unnecessary alarm.

-

-

The landing is a bit unstable thanks to the constantly shifting and freshly laden snow. You’ve landed in a light snowfall, which if Lev is correct, will pick up later in the day. You’d like to explore when there’s not a whole lot of weather to stop you but you appreciate that time is precious now. Getting a good look at the ship now versus having to wait until Admiral Reike files through it perhaps a week later is better. You zip up your heavy coat and pull on your flight helmet and bring up a mask and a scarf for warmth. You’ve elected to bring everyone for now.

Well, everyone except Misri.

“Why do I have to stay?” she asks incredulously.

“I need someone to watch the ship with the droids,” you say. “It’s alright, we’re only going to be gone for a couple of hours. Besides, you got Sparks.” You motion to Sparks as he sits down in the cargo bay. Sparks currently is juggling Kublai’s rubber ball on his head, trying to make it stay. But he fails and it bounces off onto the floor. And in a kneejerk reaction, Sparks chirps as he jumps and flips over end over end trying to get it, knocking over crates and spare scrap parts to get at it. He whines, now on his front and unable to turn back over. “See?”

She crosses her arms. “Come on! I’ve never seen snow before!” she whines. … Really? Actually, now that you think about it, it is too warm on Coruscant for regular snowfall. Actually, you can’t remember if you brought Misri anywhere snowy. No, no, she can’t come now. “Come on, I promise, I’ll stay with the group, I won’t cause trouble!”

[1/2]
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>>45282959
[2/2]

Kuvasz steps closer to you, adjusting his gauntlets. “Something the matter?”

“Uncle Kuvasz, tell Rhys to let me come with you all!” Misri whines. “I mean, I got a weird feeling okay? I feel like I should just come down and explore with you all! We’ve left the ship with just the droids before, is it really so different now?”

He looks over at you. “I won’t argue with you about it, but I actually would suggest that you stay here, Misri.” Misri frowns deeply. “It’s dangerous, Alpheridies is not a planet I’ve ever been to before, there could be all manners of monsters and what not lurking in the snow.”

Lev chimes in. “Actually, sir. Our sensors are not picking up any significant sentient life besides what we assume to be Imperial workers. There is even a distinct lack of bacterial life within a large area where we have landed.” Really?

Misri tugs on your sleeve. “Come on, just this, and I won’t ever ask anything of you again. I’ll even stop playing around with-“ She looks at the Stormtroopers whom are heading down the boarding ramp. “… you know what?”

> “Fine. You can come.”
> “No, stay here, Misri.”
> Other
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>>45282976
> “No, stay here, Misri.”
You can look at the snow around the ship, but you can't come with.

Then step in and tell her she almost got caught by the Eye of the Emperor, no force shenanigans, because he IS looking for her, and he's out for blood.
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>>45283029
This.
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>>45282976
>> “Fine. You can come.”

Might as well, but she cannot use the force in the obvious places. Also have her fix the AT-PtT.
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>>45282976
>> “No, stay here, Misri.”
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>>45283029

This. Have her and the droids build snowmen or something.
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>>45282976
>“Fine. You can come.”
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>>45282976
>“Fine. You can come.”
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>>45283065
>>45283110
>>45283136
Why? This is going tog et her shot.
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>>45282976
>No
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>Ignoring the "Misri's Origins" sidequest
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>>45282976
As much as I want to bring her along, the close call with the Eye makes me worried. But then again, if he comes around right now there is pretty much nothing to stop him from taking her while we're gone.
> “Fine. You can come.”
With a caveat of "you will obey everything we say without question, and come heavily armed".

We need to get custom armor for her. As often as we run into the need for it, perhaps some Stormtrooper armor? At least shaped like it. See if we can get something that looks just like it, but is of higher quality.
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>>45283169
but it is her homeplanet, and knowing her she might go out on her own because lately she hasn't been listening.
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>>45283169
At least she'll be surrounded by the others in case stuff goes down instead of being left alone at the ship.
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>>45283200
Exactly. Misri doesn't know this is the Miraluka home planet, and denying her this knowledge now of all times would sour her.
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>>45282976
>> “Fine. You can come.”
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>>45282976
> “Fine. You can come.”
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>>45283236
Not to mention it will help cut down on the force training, i mean besides her starfighter, she hasn't upgraded or repaired anything which kind of defeats the point of having her as a mechanic.
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>>45283419
What about simple maintenance done offscreen?
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>>45283526
We have 3 Astromech and 2 OOM Pilot Droids that can do that. Even Rhys can do simple maintenance.

That's the equivalent of doing the bare minimum.
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>>45282976
>> Other
"If you stay in the ship, we can make a trip to an ice world. You can get all the snow you want in then. I just want to be ready to roll in case this goes sideways"
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>>45283898
>If you stay in the car while we go to this water park, I'll take you to a waterpark.
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> “Fine. You can come.”

“Alright. You can come.” She grins, but she immediately drops it when you place your hands on her shoulders, staring her straight in the… eye wraps. “But listen. There’s someone after you. They know you can use the Force. I’m taking you with me because it’s safer with me than here on the ship. Alright?”

She nods, sternly. “Okay.”

“Good. Get a coat on.” She nods, hurrying to find herself some winter clothes. You look at Kuvasz. “… what are you looking at?”

“Nothing,” he says. He pats you on the back, moving to the boarding ramp. “Don’t worry, Misri will be in safe hands.” He grabs your disruptor rifle off a rack then throws it to you. You take it and sling it under your arm.

The only thing worse than this weather was probably your average day on Jabiim. The snow was up to your knees almost, and visibility was poor. You couldn’t see past fifteen or twenty meters almost. But at least you had your flight helmet on, was keeping the snow out of your eyes and keeping them from going snowblind. Coming with you was Kuvasz, Vikker, Misri, Kublai and MadClaw, and the three Stormtroopers.

Actually, speaking of the Stormtroopers. “We’re going to stick with you for now,” says Sergeant Grymsley. “Weather’s a bit choppy, we’re not equipped for the snow.”

“Fine,” you say. “Come on.”

All of you begin trudging through the snow. Misri in particular is hugging herself even despite the winter clothes she has on. “Breezy!” she yelps. Kublai laughs, slapping her on the arm. She squeaks in pain, glaring at him. “Don’t do that!”

Kublai licks his teeth, looking up at you. “You know where we’re going?”

[1/2]
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>>45283946
We are on a spooky waterpark though.
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>>45283987
[2/2]

“Of course,” you say as you lead the pack. You pull up your holopad and take a look at the map of the area. It’s crude, thanks to the weather, but thankfully it’s only a half kilometer away towards the Dreadnaught. Problem is, map isn’t recording height or depth, or anything really particularly useful. This thing could lead you off a cliff if you aren’t careful. Curse this weather interference. All of you continue shoving your way through the snow.

Something else was bothering you though. Everything felt quiet. Even the falling snow around was silent. The only thing that was keeping you company was the sound of Kublai and MadClaw joking around, your boots crushing snow, and your panting breath. It was like this entire place was devoid of life.

Vikker tugs on his scarf, grumbling a bit. “You know, Rhys.” You look over at him, annoyed. “If you had told me earlier we’d be trudging through snow like this, I’d have just stayed on Smuggler’s Haven.” You roll your eyes. “Just saying. Me and mine aren’t exactly cold type of people.”

“That’s fair, Vikker, and I will tell you now in the most polite manner possible to stop whining.” He chuckles a bit at that, clicking his tusks together. Misri rubs her hands together, looking around at all the snow falling around her. Snow was a pretty common occurrence on Jabiim, aside from rain of course. You never really saw what was so special about it. Seeing Misri be entranced by it was an interesting experience. Almost made you feel like a kid again.

Then again, you wonder if you were ever a kid in the first place.

[2/3]
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>>45284006
[3/3]

“There!” says Grymsley. He points ahead to some flashing lights in the distance. “That must be where your Dreadnaught is.”

“Alright,” you say. “Just be sure to-“ You feel a rumble under your boots, then shout to everybody. “Stop!”



“Wh-…” Misri looks around at everyone, frozen in place. “What is it?”

You gently feel your foot around. Yep, you’re on a slope. This is a very unstable snowdrift, and you could probably risk a small avalanche. You look to your left, towards where the slope is going downwards, and find nothing past the intense fog. Grymsley, Kuvasz, Vikker, and everybody else stares at you, intent on seeing if you have a plan for this. “We’re on an unstable patch of snow. Any of us makes the wrong move, we get swept down and buried.”

Going in any direction now, you’ll probably start an avalanche.

> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.
> Slowly advance with everybody together.
> Run for it.
> Other
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>>45284034
>> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.
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>>45284034
> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.
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>>45284034
>Send people forward one at a time, slowly.
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>>45284034
>> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.
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>>45284034
>> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.

Doesn't our Mando friend and us have jetpacks? Let us go last/

Also have Misri and the Stormtroopers use their cable launchers to have it attach to something for safety/
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>>45284226
Heavy exhaust from jetpacks might just aggravate the snowpack.
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>>45284270
that is why we go last. if something happens we have a alternative.
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remember, we have rocket boots, yes?
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>>45284691
That's why i'm adovocating out Mando friend and us to go last.
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> Send people forward one at a time, slowly.

“Misri, you first.” She nods, slowly walking through the snow. She’s the lightest of all of you here. So it makes sense to send her first. Once she feels she’s clear, she fires off a liquid cable to the group to help them along. “Vikker, then the Stormtroopers.”

“What about you?” asks Vikker.

“I got rocket boots, remember?” you ask. He nods, taking the cable and pulling himself out of the snowpack. Next go the Stormtroopers. Then Kublai and MadClaw. You can’t tell how much time is passing considering the stress of the situation. Feels like an hour, but it’s probably more like a few minutes at best. Finally, everyone is out and across. That just leaves you and Kuvasz. “Alright, Kuvasz, you go.”

He nods, saluting as he grabs Misri’s cable and pulls himself along. Suddenly, you feel the weight of the snow shift out under you. Bad, bad, bad. You activate your rocket boots and fly up and over to everyone. When Kuvasz feels the snow shifting around him, he too activates his jetpack and flies over to the group. The two of you land in the snow in front of everyone, nearly piled atop one another. Well, these rocket boots Jennis sold you work great at least. “Haha!” You grin, your heart racing. That was close.

You look over the side of the slope that it drastically drops down. And the bottom you can’t even see. That was really close.

Well, at least you made it. “Come on.” Misri grabs your arm, immediately scared of the snow now. “Let’s move.”

[1/2]
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>>45285184
[2/2]

-

-

As you approach the ice block containing the wrecked Dreadnaught, a pair of Imperial speeders come by to intercept you all. You must have gotten their attention with that snow drift thing. They stop up, and a squad of snowtroopers come to greet you. “Halt. State your business.”

Sergeant Grymsley comes around you. “I’m Sergeant Grymsley, 41st Stormtrooper Corps. I’m taking these people to this compound, they’re scientists looking to help investigate the Dreadnaught.”

The snowtroopers all look at each other. “I wasn’t informed of this,” says the lead one.

“Communications are choppy, the Veil Waystation is currently under attack, I was told to evacuate these people here.” He making up a story for you? That’s nice of him.

“Alright,” says the leader. “Get on our speeders. We’ll help you out.”

As you walk, you talk with Sergeant Grymsley. “Why did you just lie?”

“This is a restricted area, they’d have shot you on sight,” he whispers. “And you did save my life. It’s the least I could do.” Oh. Fair enough.

They take you into the compound, where prefabricated labs and buildings have been set up around the iceberg holding up the wrecked Dreadnaught. Scav droids are floating out and around, chopping off select pieces of ice while snowtroopers patrol around the area. You’re all dropped off as everybody takes in the sight. “Have you found a way in?” you ask.

“No, sir,” says one of the snowtrooper. “We’re having trouble getting through the thick armor, most of its frozen over. We have to rely on droids for now to get us through.” Great.

> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
> “We’d like to rest for a bit.”
> Other
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>>45285213
>> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.

Same way we did it back a the edge of the galaxy cut through the bridge.
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>>45285213
>> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
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>>45285213
> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
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>>45285213
>> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
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>>45285213
>Other
"The Admiral is most concerned with getting at the Nav logs; give us a few scav droids and I'll see if I can get directly at the bridge."
>>
What type of droids are they using to cut through the armor?
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>>45285213
>> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
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>>45285545
The same type of scav droids seen in Star Wars: Republic Commando. Cheap in supply, easy to make, and plenty of them around.
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>>45285577
Hmmm might be useful to have a few for Misri.

Especially since they are brutal in comba capabilities.
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>>45285213
>> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”
>>
> “Stand aside, I’ll get us a way in.”

“Stand aside. I’ll find us a way in.”

You grab Misri, then rocket up the ice patches towards the top of the ship. A few scav droids follow with you. As you land, you gently feel around the floor beneath you. Yep, the ice has indeed frozen over considerably. “Alright, I got an idea.” You unsling your disrupter, then charge it to full power. You aim down at the floor, then fire, melting away a sizable portion of the ice.

And you wonder why disruptors are illegal.

The scav droids immediately start drilling through the metal of the hull. You remember how Trandoshan pirates and mercs used these droids to raid Republic ships during the Clone Wars. Those drills can break through the finest durasteel given time and patience. Pretty soon, they have a hole in. You, Kuvasz, and Misri drop down inside, then cast light in around the dark hallway you’ve been put in.

Misri shivers, a bit. “Cold?” you ask.

“A bit,” she says. “But not in the way you think.” Now that you think about it, it still feels cold. And yet… it wasn’t the kind of cold you were familiar with. You start walking down the hallway, then quickly bring up a map of the ship. The thing about Dreadnaughts was that their bridges were closed into the ship’s superstructure itself, which meant having to cross through hallways, abandoned elevator shafts, and rusting corridors until finally, you get to the bridge. It was blocked off by a block of ice and what you assume to be a high security door.

No problem. You fire off another shot with your disruptor rifle, blasting the ice away. The scav droids following you move in, tearing up the door behind the ice. The door collapses, allowing you three to move in.

“Agh!” Misri nearly trips over the skeleton of what was once a crewmember. You hope that guy died on impact or the virus. It’d be terrible to land on this wasteland with no hope of survival.

[1/2]
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>>45285954
[2/2]

You break open a maintenance panel. “Yep, just as I thought,” you say. “Wires are frozen solid.” You bang on them on them with your fist a bit. “Nav logs might be dead.”

“What do we do then?” asks Kuvasz.

“Try and activate a computer, hope we can patch through.” You walk over to the command console at the Captain’s Chair. “These Dreadnaughts are built to last you know, so we should be okay.” You tap a button, then find it not working. Ugh. Why didn’t you bring R5 out here? Misri leans over, then pulls out a few tools from her toolbelt. “What are you doing?”

“Getting the power on,” she says. She breaks open a panel beneath the console, then leans in and starts fiddling with the wires. “Give me a second…” Finally, a spark of life. The console turns on. “There we go!”

“How’d you do that?” you ask.

“I wired it to my holopad’s battery,” she says. “Be quick. I don’t think this thing has a lot of life left.” You plug your holopad in, then search for the navigation logs. In a few short seconds, you find them, then hurry to download them onto your holopad. “You know, um. Since we’re here, Rhys.”

“What is it?” She bites her lip, shrugging. “Go on.”

“This planet feels a bit strange,” she says. “It’s not like… like I can’t really hear a lot of things happening. You know, lot of stuff happens, I can hear it fine. But here it’s like… it’s way too quiet you know? Did something bad happen here?”

> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
> “Nothing I know of.”
> Dodge the question.
> Other
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When did we get rocket boots?
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>>45285967
> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
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>>45285967
>> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
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>>45285967
> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
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>>45285967
>> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
>Think we can salavge a few parts from the AT-PT?
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>>45285967
>“There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”
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>>45285974
Over Naboo and bought stuff from Jennis.

We paid in scrap connections, and sex for the jet boots and extra laser cannons.
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>>45286085
Banged Jennis for over an hour straight and ignored a phone call from Tyber Zann to get those rocket boots, it should be noted.

As far as Rhys is concerned, "dick" is a valid currency.
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>>45286122
Rhys: Poor in sense, rich in boners
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> “There were stories passed around back in Flight School.”

“There were stories passed around when I was in Flight School,” you say. “About Admiral Reike taking a fleet of cruisers during the end of the Clone Wars and speeding through the Veil. The few people that were there said that Reike laid waste to the planet and killed almost everybody that was here. The remainder were captured or fled,” you state simply. “It wasn’t a Base Delta Zero, if it was we wouldn’t be standing here. But this, it was something far worse.”

“Why?” she asks. “Who lived here?”

You sigh. “The Miraluka.” Her jaw drops, and she immediately grabs your arm, wanting you to say more. “I don’t much more than that. And it is nothing but rumor, Misri.”

“So this is my home planet then!?” She looks over at Kuvasz. He shrugs in response. “Is it?”

“It could be,” you say.

“Whoa!” She grins. “So…” She rubs her hands together, bouncing in place a bit. “So this is the home of the Miraluka! This is where I come from then! I-…” Her shoulders slack a bit. “You said killed almost everybody though, right?” You nod. “How… how does someone like that kill so many people at once though?”

“I don’t know,” you say. “And listen, once we-“ Your holopad pings. Download complete. “Since we have the nav logs. We’re leaving. We’ve spent way too much time here anyway.”

“Wait!” She stomps her foot. “No! I- this is my homeworld! I can’t just leave! Let me at least explore around a bit in the N-1, see if there are towns or cities, see what people like me were like!” You rub your forehead, sighing. “Come on, I’m not asking much of you.” She really is asking a lot from you. “Just, we have to! I need to!”

> “No. We’re leaving.”
> “Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”
> Other
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>>45286085
>>45286122
>>45286185
To be fair, Jennis is adorable
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I have to pause the thread here for a little bit, my family's dragging me out somewhere. But it shouldn't be more than an hour and a half tops. Will be back soon.

Discuss things amongst yourselves, eh?
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>>45286248
>“Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”
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>>45285967
>> Other
"Let's talk about it later. I am not sure this place is safe, you know?"
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>>45286248
>“Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”
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>>45286248
>> Other
"Misri, I swear we will come back, but if we stay here any longer, that guy from before, the Eye, is going to show up. "
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>>45286260
It doesn't change that Rhys fucked her just so he could get something for free.
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>>45286248
>> “Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”
>>45286260
this is a fact
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>>45286248
> “No. We’re leaving.”
If we're caught here we're dead, and I don't mean like when Lotte cornered us or the furies chased us, I mean dead as in DArth Vader after us, Boba Fett forever breathing down our necks, Inquisitors coming out of the wood work for our hides. The Eye of Emperor already can feel you out Misri, we have no time.
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>>45286330

Seconding this
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>>45286278
Curses Real life matters!
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>>45286339
I would've voted to fuck her for nothing.
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>>45286330
>>45286380
They're currently tied up with the Admiral in the battle over the station right now. After this battle is done, the planet will be locked down even further. This is our only real chance to explore the planet. We turn this down now, and Misri will never forgive us.
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>>45286339
To be fair we did give her connection to expand her clients and a huge amount of scraps from the dreadnaught.
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>>45286278

First Laze with his "errands", then you fucking off for damn near two hours. Well at least I hope you have a good time.
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>>45286431
And if we dawdle too long we're trapped like rats in a cage, and slated for death.
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>>45286446
We can spare a couple hours.
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>>45286248
>> “Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”


We're not coming back. That's just a bold faced lie.
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>>45286471

That's not a risk that I want to take, not with the Eye around
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>>45286471
The battle could be over in minutes. We've already been doing this for hours.
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>>45286431
and i agree with that but on the otherhand i feel we are spoiling this girl way too much.

We give her a starfighter, droids, let her out of the frighter, and allowed her to practice the force and the jedi.

Not to mention just last post she promised not to ask us anything again.
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>>45286599
This is different. Misri has been a Coruscant slumbaby all her life and knows literally nothing about herself. Now she's on the surface of her race's home planet. She needs this for the sake of her identity. She's just been offered the opportunity to discover her true origins, and that is extremely difficult a feeling to deny.
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>>45286654
So we should pamper and spoil her because she has a great ass and risk getting all of us killed?
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>>45286599
I kind of want to have her get us in trouble just to slap her and tell her how much her stupid little needs have fucked over the entire crew.
That despite all the warnings she continued to act stupid and got the attention of the Eye when we could have gotten away without their notice.
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>>45286669
A great ass that hasn't even put out, at that.

We should space her and take Jennis.
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Does Misri really think after a planet had virtually the entirety of its population purged, and now whatever was not destroyed is now presumably covered in years worth of snow, that she will find anything in a span of time that won't get us caught?

Naive, is the word.
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>>45286282
>>45286317
>>45286340
>>45286491
This is the "Let's get ourselves fuckign killed over nothing option."
see>>45286774
and>>45286685

WE're not going to find anything, there is nothing to find, we're short on time, and going to be in deep shit if we're still here when the battle ends which is soon. Furthermore her fancies have repeatedly put us and the rest of the crew in danger.
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>>45286825
Dicking around for a bit longer so she doesn't throw a bitch fit and so we don't have to come back is the better option in my opinion.
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>>45286851
>A bit
We're already hours away from our ship, we're liable to be found soon anyways, and Misri WON'T leave until she finds something, Letting her look then trying to bail and most likely failing is stupid. Fatally stupid.
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>>45286851

I am not sure how much more clearly I can spell out if we get caught we get put on the execution block and she dies. Neither of which I want to risk
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>>45286825
>WE're not going to find anything, there is nothing to find
That's a lot to presume. Either way, we're already here and are presented with the cleanest opportunity available to sate Misri's curiosity. Whether we leave now or leave later, we can never come back, so we might as well do it now and get it over with.
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>>45286925
>That's a lot to presume.
The planet was fucking swept and purged, there is nothing worth finding, the empire took most of it and blew up the rest.
You are risking quest over and character death just because one npc is pitching a fit and has a great ass. We're never coming back but we'll live you colossal arrogant stupid asshat.
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>>45286925
>tfw the space battle is more than likely already over

>tfw the troopers on planet have probably reported that the science team that was sent has arrived

>tfw we do in fact have a deadline

I'm of the opinion that, had we plentiful amounts of time we could explore. But that simply isn't the case. This is a dangerous place to be caught on, and I'd rather be hated by Misri than either Hunted by the Inquisition or captured by them here.

Compounding this is the fact that a global extermination of life is not clean and is immensely destructive leaves very little, if anything of worth when added to likely decades of the elements and just plain degradation over time.

In either case we're not making friends. Maybe we'll explore -and- get off planet in time, maybe not. Maybe we'll leave and Misri will hate Rhys, maybe she'll understand if we explain to her, maybe not. But of all the maybes the least directly harmful one to us and our crew is to just leave.

Many or few, anon?
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>>45286925
Her curiosity is never going to be sated.

We tell her to give up on the force, she carries on. We tell her fucking inquisitors are probing our mind, she carries on.

As much as I love her, she's a fucking idiot, and nothing short of an actual inquisitor killing one of our crew (and probably us) to try and get her is going to stop her.
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>>45286248
>> Other. "Misri, you're a Force Sensitive Miralukan in restricted imperial space being hunted by an Inquisitor and what borders on an entire armada. If we're getting out of this we cannot stay here. I'm sorry, but please, you have to see how this will play out if we stay here too long."
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>>45287093
>inb4 Rhys gets an arm taken off and cannot fly anymore because Misri decides to use the force on an Imperial facility again and the Inquisitions catches it for real
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>>45287093
And that's exactly what I want.
Maybe Kuvasz, and/or Sparks, die because of Misri's insatiable curiousity and oblivious use of the Force even though she's warned to be more careful.

I want her to feel the consequences of her actions. I want her to suffer.
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>>45286248
> “No. We’re leaving.”
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>>45287170
But anon, then we lose crew.

Fuck that, I like our crew.
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>>45287093
She was slated for a tragic death that'll break Rhys' heart the second a cute cripple girl stepped on board his ship. I just want to be able to conceivably get the rest of the crew away instead of having her bite it dramatically in heavily restricted Imperial space where the rest of them will probably die.
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>>45287170
that's fucked, anon.
go away with that terribleness.
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>>45287170
I imagine it would be Kuvasz, which is a shame because I actually think he's the best member of our crew.

>>45287243
She wont die herself, because German likes his waifus. I mean consider the fact that Lotte is still alive after the shit she's pulled. So that leaves everyone else to suffer for her mistakes.
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>>45287243
I'm just waiting for Lotte to snap and kill Misri in front of Rhys.
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>>45287294
Have you been reading the threads at all? Lotte feels bad about what she did and wants to make it up to Rhys.
Killing his crew will not advance that goal of hers.
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>>45287341
though to be fair a lot of things she had done did not advance her goals but rather impede hem..
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>>45287294
I'd prefer to see Vikker compare Misri to Lotte, how the former gets us into trouble because of her own stupidity and obliviousness, and the latter gets us into trouble because of her stupidity and desire to bring Rhys back to the Imperial fold.
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>>45287352
She was blinded by PROMOTIONS then, she is wiser now.
Also horrified that she drove us to working for such a creepy admiral.
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>>45287341
Conversely she could make the assumption that the reason Rhys isn't a steadfast loyal imperial citizen is because of these filthy Xenos and Mandalorians corrupting him.

We all know she's mentally impaired.
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>>45287341
We've been carting around a witch. She might think Misri's been manipulating us.

She's also a sociopath with a poor understanding of how actual people feel, so I wouldn't put it past her.
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>>45287341
And being a drunk, emotionally devastated wreck who was continually shot down and vilified by what she considers to be her best friend and perhaps closest thing to a family she had

totally screams mentally sound and good decision making.
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>>45287383
>>45287395
>>45287396
Schteel has explicitely said she feels bad about driving Rhys away and wants to mend bridges, or at least, convince him not to work for Reike
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We should start checking for what other mechanics are available.

After telling her no. Once she throws a fit that'd be a good chance of telling her that she's going to get people, and herself, killed.
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>>45287341
>Have you been reading the threads at all?

Why does it feel like whenever someone says something like this they immediately follow up with something that makes them sound like they haven't been doing whatever they are preaching?

Chill, mang, I'm just shooting the shit, and you're waifu a shit.
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>>45287420
You mean like how she wanted to mend bridges by putting a bounty on us and flooding the streets of Coruscant with stormtroopers?
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>>45287442
I waifu no woman, only money
>>45287457
that was before, this is now
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>>45287420
The problem is the nature of Lotte's bridge mending. As a member of team 6- wisdom, Lotte may choose to do something (else) that completely alienates Rhys, since she has a terrible understanding of what motivates him.
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>>45287420
>trusting anything Schteel says about his waifus

>when we have hard evidence that proves otherwise

Yeah, just like she's so smart, despite making the dumbest fucking decisions she possibly could have at literally every single opportunity.
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>>45287479
What DOES motivate Rhys, besides flying a fighter jet and banging hot chicks? Rhys has gotten plenty of flight hours as a freelancer.
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>>45287506
We haven't seen her since we blew up the inside of her ship and broke ties.
She feels bad about stuff now that patriotism isn't blinding her.
>>45287525
Money, probably. I think that's a big issue for Rhys in that his ideals go as far as the credits do.
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>>45287525
Notice how she didn't actually offer either of those things, and instead decided having him get shot at was a wiser course of action.
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>>45287550
>his ideals go as far as the credits do
Comes with the territory when you're Star Wars scum, at least until you meet a princess from Alderaan.
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>>45287550
>We haven't seen her since we blew up the inside of her ship and broke ties.
>She feels bad about stuff now that patriotism isn't blinding her.

So what you're saying is we should metagame based on what Schteel has told us, rather than play based on what Rhys knows. Got it.

Come on, anon.
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>>45287525
Money and loyalty. Literally every action Rhys has taken (since the players started controlling him) has been to get richer or to help someone Rhys is loyal to (Misri, Vikker, Kuvasz, (formerly) Lotte).
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We should just tell Msiri to get her shit together or we're finding a new, less needy mechanic that won't get us killed.
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>>45287600
I'm not talking about using that knowledge, I'm talking about not brewing up insane scenarios for 0 reason.
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>>45287631
>0 reason
>despite there being reason

>despite the fact that anon can brew up whatever scenario he wants as a hypothetical

>despite you being assblasted
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Is Killer being forced to watch the superbowl or something?Because it's been 2 hours.
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I'm back, sorry for being so long, writing update.
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>>45289082
Who?
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>>45289098
I meant German, my mind went blank.
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>>45289088
Don't be, you were with family. That's important.
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>>45289098
A guy who runs a really bad quest on anonkun. Essentually runs rape quests.
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>>45289235
What? Didn't know that when i wrote that.
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> “Fine. We’ll stay, but only for a little bit.”

“Misri. You are testing my patience.” She frowns, obviously a bit hurt at that. “But I will let you have an hour at most to explore.” She nods frantically, understanding. “There is someone after you, you have made a lot of requests of me lately. Please, let this be the last one for tonight, alright?”

“Yeah.” She smiles gently, taking your hand gratefully. “I understand.” You nod to the door, and she hurries out. You look over at Kuvasz, who continues to look at you with the same stern look a father would give to his son. “What are you looking at, tough guy?”

“Personally, I believe you are making the right decision, risking it to allow Misri a bit of closure on who she is,” he says. “I won’t say no more on the topic.” Fine, but if it’s the right decision to risk your skin over something as insignificant as this, you’re not sure what’s right anymore, damn it.

-

-

With that, you sat in the machine shop, watching Lev assemble the final pieces on the tracker necessary to calculate the next destination of the Katana Fleet. “Sir, if I may ask.” You nod. “What will be the plan once we get the next destination?”

“If we’re still working for the Empire by then, it’ll be deploying Interdictors I hope,” you say. “Lot of gravity well generators, we stop up the Fleet, turn everything off, salvage what’s useful, pulls what ships that are intact into the Imperial Fleet.” You smile a little. It is quite a simple solution to a big problem. Only someone like you could have thought of that. You bring up your comm-link. “Vikker. How’s Misri doing?”

[1/2]
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>>45289502
[2/2]

“Still scanning the horizon,” he says. “Nothing to note.” You sigh. Can’t believe you’re wasting time like this. You stand up, then note the Stormtroopers still here.

“Grymsley.” He looks over at you. “You know, you three didn’t have to stay with us.”

“We owe you,” he says. “We’ll be here until our superior relieves us.” Great. As nice as it is hanging out with the Stormtroopers, you don’t want them on your ship all the time. Goodness knows you were sick of them as a Cadet.

“I found something!” says Misri over the comm-link. “Land the ship! I’m going to land mine!” You command Dodger and Wilco to land the ship, and in a few short minutes, all of you come charging out of the boarding ramp. Misri’s new N-1T has landed, and she’s already rushing off. “This way!”

“Misri, wait!” you yell. Kublai chuckles a bit, happy to be chasing something apparently as you all follow Misri.

And you follow her into the wrecked remnants of a town. The only things that remain are the skeletal remnants of what would have been houses, stores, schools. Judging by the wood and stone left over, this town must have stood for quite some time before whatever happened. Misri walks through the center of town, in awe. You sigh. “Okay, Misri,” you say. “You found-“

“This is where I was born,” she says. “I-… it’s coming to me. I can sort of remember this.” You roll your eyes, walking up to her. “Wait, over there!” She hurriedly jogs over to one of the bigger burnt out houses. “Yeah… this was my family’s house. It feels so familiar. It’s all coming to me now.” She smiles happily, a few tears dripping out from under the eyewraps. “Yeah. This is home.”

A wrecked, burnt out home.

She kneels down, then sweeps a bit of snow and frost to reveal a crest, a family symbol of lineage. It was just like the one on her necklace. “What are you doing?” you ask.

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[3/3]

She presses down on it, and it pushes down. The crest glows blue, apparently a secret compartment only for Force wielders maybe. With a loud click, the crest splits in two sliding into the floor to reveal a secret compartment. She pulls out a small box, and opens it up.

And inside was nothing more than a glowing green crystal. “What is it?” you ask.

You know exactly what it is.

> “It’s a Kyber crystal.”
> “It’s nothing, it’s just a crystal.”
> “It’s mine.”
> Other
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>>45289557
>> “It’s mine.
>(Whisper) I'll tell you later not now.

We still have troopers on our ship best be careful
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>>45289557

>Misri, close the box and get on the ship now, we're getting off this planet and I will explain that later, for now don't tell anyone it exists until I say so. Do you understand?
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>>45289557
>Huh Something that might be valuable for a hunk of rock.
>Misri, later, tell no one about this.
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>>45289557
>Other
"It looks like a crystal, probably a family heirloom, given how it was hidden."
We've still got those Stormtroopers with us, RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW, since Schteel said everyone came running here.

We tell Misri in secret later, and we need to get the fuck out of here because she probably pinged on the Eye's Force radar.
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>>45289557
>>45289579
>>45289598
This.
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>>45289579
This.
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>>45289557
> “It’s nothing, it’s just a crystal.”
It's a particularly fancy lamp and nothing more. Don't enable her dreams of grandeur.
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>>45289557
These>>45289579
>>45289598
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>>45289557
>>45289598
This.
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Being a parental figure is fucking suffering.
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>>45289557
>>Misri, close the box and get on the ship now, we're getting off this planet and I will explain that later, for now don't tell anyone it exists until I say so. Do you understand?
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>>45289775
meh, i still consider her a waifu.

At least until we meet a Echani.
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>>45289851
>i still consider her a waifu.
Nah mate
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>>45289775
She is my waifu. Lottie was my first but then she went total monster bitch.
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>>45289874
The mandos aren't. Lottie is a raging cunt.


The rebel is a filthy rebel.

Misri is best girl.
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>>45289916
But anon he said, "Nah mate." That means everyone else is wrong.
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>>45289916
All these opinions, except for Lotte, she's a cunt
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>>45289557
>>45289579
This.
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>>45289966
The mandos are pants on head retarded save for Erma and she's been burnt by Rhys before.

We've been solidly Empire. We'd have to give the Katana fleet to the rebels to actually do anything with the other chick.


Misri's only fault is that she's being all "jedi."
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>>45290019
I don't have a fault or problem with Misri, i just don't see her as a waifu.
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>>45290019
The only thing if we leave the Empire if admiral guy betrays us but then we hook up with the Mandos first before joining the rebels.
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> Other

“Close up that box, Misri.” She looks up at you, confused. “I will explain everything but that crystal remains secret between you and me, got it?”

She nods, placing the box underneath her jacket. “Alright, I got it.”

“Rhys!” Vikker calls to you as you all turn around. Everyone manages to catch up with you finally. “What happened, did you find anything?” You take a look at Misri, a very knowing look. One that says to lie.

She shakes her head. “No, no we didn’t find anything.”

“Really?” He snorts. “What a waste of time then.”

“I wouldn’t call it that,” says Kuvasz.

Your comm-link beeps. It’s Lev calling you. “Sir, our sensors are picking up an incoming ship. It is an Imperial Nu-class shuttle.” Oh no. You see the incoming searchlights of an approaching ship. “It is close sir, I would advise hiding.”

You’re about to make a run for the ship when Grymsley stops you. “Let us handle this. We’ll stall them.” The shuttle breaks the clouds, shining a light on the Stormtroopers as you all make to hide in wreckage and rubble all over the town. It slowly lands down in the center of town, knocking over a few buildings through sheer shock alone. Then out of the front ramp comes the man in black armor himself. The Emperor’s Eye, backed up by the Sisters. “My Lord.”

“Where are they?” he demands.

Grymsley and the Stormtroopers look at each other, mock confusion. “We don’t know what you mean, sir. We just escaped from-“ From the Emperor’s Eye’s helmet comes a red light. Grymsley and the Stormtroopers are suddenly engulfed in a glaring red flash. The all freeze, writhing and twitching. “S- Sir!”

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“She is here, I feel it. And you are stalling me,” he says. They all scream as they’re slowly dissolved piece by piece. Misri quietly gasps, looking away and burying her face into your arm. The Stormtroopers scream as they’re turned into dust, which blows away in the blizzard wind. “Find her!” he yells. The Sisters nod, drawing the hilts of their sabers and marching through town.

Okay, that was horrific.

> Make a run for the ship.
> Distract them somehow.
> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
> Other
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>>45290113
yeah. i gotta agree with you there
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>>45290188
Told you, you fucking "what can it hurt" fags. Now we're all dead.

>Distraction rock throw.
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>>45290188
>he killed one of the only sensible, cool, and bro-tier stormtroopers in the galaxy

In other news, someone used one of the less used Force Powers out there, yippee! Even though it's ludicrously draining to use.

> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.

Nah, nigga, we'll drop the Barloz on yo ass.
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>>45290188
>> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
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>>45290188
>> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
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>>45290260
I only thought it fitting that the Emperor's Eye would use a Force power that involved literally staring someone to death.
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>>45290188
>Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
Strafing runs! All day every day until you like it!

Also, we should pick up a normal shotgun. Or would Star Wars refer to it as a scatter thrower or something?
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>>45290320
Indeed.

But he needs to watch out, because it's a horribly inefficient power.

Also because I'm going to strangle him with his eyeballs.
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>>45290188
> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
Congratulations. By continuing to enable the child you have gotten three of the few nice stormtroopers in the whole galaxy killed, gotten the Inquisition on our ass, and are very likely destroying what ties we still have with the Empire.
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>>45290188
>Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.
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>>45290370
Some people will do anything for a waifu i have been against her learning the force from the start.
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Guess we going full rebel now

It's either that or get inquisitored
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>>45290440
For what it's worth, even if Misri weren't a member of the crew, the Inquisition would still have eyes on Rhys for being a latent Force Sensitive.
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>>45290440
Nah, we're going to call the Mando's, and Jennis, and a bunch of other faggots we know, and steal the Katana fleet.

And we're going to cover it in scrap metal and refuel it and fly around with the most badass ramshackle fleet of obsolete old ass fucking ships in the galaxy.
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>>45290494
I think it's been mentioned in the past, but even with all the contacts Rhys has, there isn't enough manpower for a skeleton crew among skeleton crews to run the entire Katana Fleet.
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>>45290478
>implying

They couldn't tell a garden snake from a small garden hose.

Vader, though, if he saw Rhys in action would totally know.

Honestly the Inquisition is mostly incompetent save for a few notable examples. Unfortunately the Eye is not one of them, he can't tell Rhys is Force Sensitive despite standing across a table from him, he only felt when Misri fucked about with it in the ship, he can't sense the subtle.
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>>45290188
>Distract them somehow.
If we get back to the Lion's Share without the Sisters and the Eye immediately on our tail, can we tell Misri this was all her fault, and those Stormtroopers died because she 1. used the Force at an Imperial installation against our warnings 2. decided to stick around even though she knew that said Eye was near enough to still sense her.
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>>45290537
That's what Jennis is for, she's going to scrap half the fleet. And we're going to tear half the ships apart to add MORE GUNS and MORE ARMOR and MORE ENGINES to the ships that remain.

Anon, we don't need all the ships, we don't even need half of them, but with the jury-rigging bullshit we'll do we're going to have one seriously powerful little fleet.
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>>45290542

I don't think that grinding it in is really necessary, she's a big girl and I think she realized that those people got disintegrated because of something she wanted to do
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>>45290542
The Stormtroopers willingly put themselves out there and weren't expecting to be disintegrated. You can't grind Misri's nose into the shitpile by saying "everything is your fault."
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>>45290631
If we didn't stay, they wouldn't have had to stand there and be disintegrated.

Cause and effect, anon.
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>>45290631
Let him be a salty cunt if he wants.
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>>45290631
>Knowing we're not supposed to be here
>Knowing the Eye is looking for us
>Knowing Time is short
>Pitching a bitch fit because "muh family" and "a place where I belong"
It's clearly both hers and Rhys's fault for this, because anons can't say no to anything with tits.
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>>45290631
They wouldn't have been there in the first place if we had just left.
Also, I think Misri used the Force again when finding her home and the crystal, drawing the Eye down here.

I mean, he couldn't sense her back on the station when she wasn't actively using her powers, so the only way that he knew that she was on the planet (and the exact town she was in) was if she used her powers again.

So, no, I think she needs to have her face ground into it.
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>>45290678
If Misri was a dude Miraluka, he wouldn't be under the same compulsions current Misri is under? Rhys would've been more or less tolerant of Misri's requests if he were a dude?

>>45290704
We have no certainty Misri was actively using the Force to locate the village and open the compartment.
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Well if we need a shield, stand behind Kuvasz.

That armor would take quite a while to disintegrate, that shit is tough as fuck. And that sight power does have its efficiency affected by the material in line of sight.

Man, Kuvasz is gonna fucking die here.
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>>45290704
If we had just said fuck it we're leaving. She'd have like sneaked off the ship while we went to get the logs.
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>>45290746
Like I said you're never going to convince them, let'em be salty
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>>45290746
>We have no certainty Misri was actively using the Force to locate the village and open the compartment.
Yes, we aren't certain.
But I think a good argument can be made that she did, otherwise how did the Eye know how where exactly he needed to go?

From his actions on the station, it did appear that he could not get a current lock on Misri because she wasn't using her power at the time.
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>>45290631
We're on a restricted planet in high security space, and a girl at the top of the Imperial Genocide List whines about not being taken with us, whines about wanting to know about the planet and her "identity," then uses the space magic that she's been repeatedly told is stupidly dangerous to get a goddamn nightlight that puts us even higher on the shitkicking list, and then as a result of all that the Inquisition shows up and murders three otherwise loyal soldiers.

It IS her fault.
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>>45290746
Possibly under the same compulsions, but anons would have said no. Because he didn't have tits.

>>45290764
we'd have had Vikker make sure she wouldn't and if she did, We should have left her, because she suffering a terminal case of LSS aka Lotte Stupidity Syndrome. Of course that was your justification for caving to her every whim anyways. now the odds are this quest is dead and your precious waifu dies horribly. Enjoy faggot.
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>>45290806
It's almost not worth trying to hammer that in anon's heads. She has tits, and is so-called waifu material, so nothing she does can ever be wrong or her fault.
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Okay, guys, anons, brothers, can we at least agree

The Eye is a total faggot and someone should space him?
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>>45290816
>Spering this hard.

In Misri's position we'd have also left the ship to search for shit. IF we were in her position we'd be screaming? The homeworld! Plot demands we search!
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>>45290836
Instead of spacing him we should blow him up with concussion missiles.
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Poor Stormtroopers, they might have been disposable pawns but dammit, they sacrificed themselves for us.
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>>45290836
He's just doing his job. Misri's the one who decided against all fucking sense to stick around because she might maybe find something vaguely related to her past.
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>>45290836
Oh yeah, the Eye is going to get spaced sooner or later. Don't worry about that.
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>>45290872
he's a fucking evil darksider, you goddamn sociopath
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>>45290678
This is no different from when we ran a mandalorian blockade for Kuvasz. As far as I know, he doesn't have tits.
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>>45290872
>Murdering Imperial soldiers
>His job
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You know this reminds me of that one Anonkun quest GS wrote. The one where the man goes to find his abducted wife, spent everything to do so, then finds out she's been playing pirate and gave no thought to him or their daughter til she nearly kills him. Then she bitches at him for doing what he did, and Anons STILL wanted to waifu her after she lied, cheated and abandoned her.
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>>45290899
They were deliberately hiding a force user. It was regretful that they died but understandable.
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>>45290916
after she lied, cheated and abandoned the Mc*.
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Misri's N1-T was loaded up back into the Lion's Share right during the search?
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>>45290898
That's true. Kuvasz wanted to run the Tatooine blockade to help out the innocents on Tatooine. That time, Rhys actually got shot down and needed to hide out with Jawas for a day before he was rescued. What makes this any different?
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>>45290872
Now we know to ignore you , amazing
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>>45290891
> implying dark side = evil
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>>45290947
Or saving Vikker and Kuvasz from Lotte as well.
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>>45290947
Nah man, the quest is ruined, everything is terrible reeeee.

Did I do a good impression?
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>>45290947
Because no one died, then, and it was for Kuvasz whose reasoning was for the good of the people, a great many people, in fact.

This is about one girl and her wish fulfillment.

Kind of a gigantic difference, one being for selfless reasons which were honestly good, the other is for selfish reasons which are largely irrelevant.
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>>45290972
perfect!
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>>45290963
The one Jedi Rhys met regretted his actions and gave up peacefully, willing to live in solitude for the rest of his days as atonement.

Granted, Rhys hasn't met any true Sith, but if this is what the Dark Side looks like, then Dark Side users are assholes.
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>>45290998
I think we should dock him a point, his spelling was solid.
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>>45290853
>Stupid action that guarantees getting us killed
>ever a good fucking move
Fuck off Rhys is supposed to show sense not enable someone getting him and his crew killed.

>>45290898
We also had better chances, wouldn't blacklist an entire fucking empire who would collapse down on us so hard it'd be sad, or break our principals.

>>45290947
1. Tattooine wouldn't bring the empire down on us,.
2. It was managable since space combat, which is our specialty


>>45290966
Crew>all, which Misri being an entitled little bitch has forgotten and is going to get us killed over.

>>45290988
very good point
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>>45291026
>REEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>45291026
>REEEEEEEEEE
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>>45291026
>REEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>45291045
>>45291066
>I can't come up with a good argument, so I'll greentext mockingly to cover my stupidity.
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>>45291084
>>45291084
>REEEEEEEEEEEE
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We should drop Msiri off on some backwater planet, wish her luck with the force, and find a new mechanic.

Spoiling the shit out of her and risking our crew's lives with her every whim is beyond stupid. Cat not-slaver junker is plenty fine for Rhys and a lot less likely to ruin everything.
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>>45291045
>>45291066
>>45291078
>>45291097
Now this is shitposting
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>>45291045
>>45291066
>>45291078
Gee, anon, why do you get TWO PHONES?
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>>45291045
>>45291066
>>45291078
DURRRR I CANT MAKE GOOD ARGUMENT I IS SPERG REEEEEE!
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>>45291084
>I like thinking my opinions are valid after being told no one gives a fuck. I'm going to keep shoving it down their throats until they're forced to mock me.
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>>45291026
>Crew>all
Misri isn't part of the crew? Misri discovering her identity is no less valid an objective than anything else done so far?
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>>45291102
Or we could not, because she's a fun and interesting character who, despite her flaws and naivete, acts as a moral anchor for Rhys?
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>>45291102
>Jennis now follows you around with her newly purchased junker-cruiser, picking her way through all the bullshit you get yourself into

Well this took a turn for the better.
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>>45291026
We shouldn't expect the little girl who's finally on her homeworld to want to look around.

When she does we should hate her for it.

Got it. I disagree. We chose to do this, you lost the vote. We were aware of the possible repercussions.
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>>45291111
Actually, one of those is mine. I thought it was humorous
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>>45291142
>one
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>>45291134
Moral anchors are for losers. And we're not a loser. Are we?

>>45291139
If only.
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>>45291140
Let him be a salty cunt. Like I've said twice
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Can I just say that Misri's desire to explore this planet is completely reasonable. Our desire to get the fuck out of here was completely reasonable. Allowing Misri to have a short time on the planet to discover something about her past was a reasonable compromise. The fact that people died was horrible, but let's not blame ourselves/Misri for the actions of the emperor's Eye. Instead, let's focus on escaping and ultimately how we'll fight the Eye when he inevitably turns up again to get Misri.
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>>45291160
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>>45291121
Except her doing so puts all the crew in mortal danger, for only her gain, and such gain is at best suspect.

It'd be like a trooper leading his squad into the line of sigh of an enemy machine gun nest, with no cover, because he thought there might be something valuable at that one spot.

>>45291140
>We shouldn't expect the little girl who's finally on her homeworld to want to look around.
She can want all she wants, she put us all in danger, and it's our job to keep her from letting her youthful naiveté getting her or the rest of the crew killed.

>When she does we should hate her for it.
We should make her own up to the repercussions of her actions, not coddle her because she has tits.
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These are the people who forced Zaalbar to kill Mission Vao when she disagreed with Revan falling to the Dark Side.
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>>45291185
Sounds reasonable.
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So when a crew member dies, Rhys is going to ask Reike to kill the Eye for payment for finding the Katana fleet, right?
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>>45291194
>Implying Revan ever fell to the dark side during the Jedi Civil War
Revan turned back to the light and Mission never died. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
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>>45291194
Admit it- that was hilarious in a badwrong sort of way.

My brother's Revan wasn't mindfuckery enough to do it. Was curious if mine could.

>>45291185
>let's focus on escaping and ultimately how we'll fight the Eye when he inevitably turns up again to get Misri.
But that sounds productive and reasonable.
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>>45291194
That was hilariously evil and you know it.
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>>45291160
>Other people can't possibly think I'm sperging like an idiot

You were in the right sperging about Lottie awhile back and I sperg'd right with you.


>>45291185
Exactly.

>>45291190

I think she's got the message and we were aware this was going to happen. We saw it coming. But we allowed it anyway to watch over her, instead of having her throw a fit and get into a more dangerous situation alone.

This was going to happen sooner or later and we couldn't just cloister her away without destroying their relationship.
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>>45291284
Is it really sperging if you're Magneto?

I mean, Cyclops?

Fuck, I mean, right?
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>>45291284
>This was going to happen sooner or later and we couldn't just cloister her away without destroying their relationship.
It's a high adventure story. The narrative is morally obligated to make this happen.
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> Call Lev to land in the town, forget running for the ship.

“Lev, grab the fighter, get over here!” he whispers.

“Yes, sir.”

All of you keep ducked down behind a rubble pile. You hear the roar of engines as the Lion’s Share arrives, along with Sparks. The three black armored goons look up, then draw their lightsabers. Sparks drops down into walker mode, drawing his laser cannons out of the bottom of his hull and blasting at them. The Lion’s Share backs it up with a blast from the underbelly E-Web and the underslung Turbolaser cannon. The Inquisitors run for cover, except for the Emperor’s Eye. He deflects every shot thrown at him. Even the Turbolaser shots simply evaporate into sparks of energy and flame all around him.

That’s your cue. “Come on!” You grab Misri and hurry towards the arriving Lion’s Share. Kublai, MadClaw, Kuvasz, and Vikker hurry behind you.

“Get out there!” yells the Emperor’s Eye. The Inquisitors draw their sabers again. The hilt guards split into a circle, and their lightsabers start spinning like horrific buzzsaws as they pursue you. Sparks shrieks, firing at the both of them as they charge at you. But they simply deflect and absorb the shots from his laser cannons.

Kuvasz stops, turning around. “Go! Go!” he yells. What!? He draws his blaster rifle and fires at them. They stop, deflecting his shots as he advances on them.

“Kuvasz!” Misri screams. Kublai and Vikker grab her and pull her onto the Lion’s Share. MadClaw is next to climb up, and they shout to you. “No! No!”

[1/2]
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>>45291315
[2/2]

You look back to see Kuvasz dropping his blaster rifle on the ground then drawing his dual WESTARs. The Inquisitors lock hands together, then flip around and push their hands in your direction. Something pushes you, Kuvasz, the Lion’s Share, and Sparks backwards. Sparks topples over backwards, stunned. That just leaves the Lion’s Share to hold back the Emperor’s Eye.

And Kuvasz to hold back the Inquisitors. They slash and hack at him, and not like the old man he is he dodges and jumps around. They chop his blaster pistols in half, and in response he punches Lefty in the face and kicks Righty in the gut. They spin up their lightsabers again, charging at him. “Go!” he yells to you.

> “Not without you!”
> Go
> Run in and help him.
> Other
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>>45291344
>> Run in and help him.
Bad day bad day bad day bad day
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>>45291344
> Run in and help him.
Shoot them, there is no try, it is do or do not. We do.
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>>45291344
>“Not without you!”
>Run in and help him.
Nahnahnah, we're not doing this "heroic sacrifice" bullshit.
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>>45291344
>Run in and help him.
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>>45291344
> Run in and help him.
Either flank them or get the ship to fire too. They can only block so much.
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>>45291344

>> Run in and help him.

Lev destroy their shuttle m

If we can get away destroy their main transportation
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>>45291344
>> Run in and help him.
Situation fucked, do not leave him behind!
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Why is being Star Wars Nathan Fillion suffering?
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>>45291344
>> Run in and help him.
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>>45291344
>> Run in and help him.
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>>45291344
>Run in and help him.
Weren't slugthrower shotguns listed as a good anti-Jedi weapon? Or was that only flamethrowers?
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>>45291397
Because the galaxy Fucking Sucks
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>>45291344
> Run in and help him.
GRENADES. If we need to throw an explosive at Kuvasz and the inquisitors to save him do it. His armor will protect him better from that than it will against a lightsaber.
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>>45291315
>Even the Turbolaser shots simply evaporate into sparks of energy and flame all around him.

>Doubt

You really can't effectively stop ship-grade weaponry, not even with the force.

Unless the turbolaser isn't ship-grade and I'm getting it mixed up with all the other "lasers" in Star Wars.

>>45291344
>> Run in and help him.

Shoot them in the hands!
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>>45291315
>Emperor's eye deflecting/absorbing turbolaser shots
uh

>>45291412
Explosives, too.
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>>45291439
>You really can't effectively stop ship-grade weaponry, not even with the force.
That's what I thought. No Force user I'm aware of can force turbolaser blasts to fizzle.
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>>45291468
Let schteel have his bullshit
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>>45291444
>>45291438
>throwing grenades at the people who can move things with their minds

HAH!
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>>45291468
>>45291439
>muh canon
you guys are just a bundle of fun, huh?
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>>45291508
I think HK-47 specified pre-placed explosives, not grenades.
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>>45291533
Nothing against Schteel. It was just interesting to point out.
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>>45291344
> Run in and help him.

Get the goddamn ship to fire at them.
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>>45291412
>>45291439
Also sonic weaponry. You know what to do now.

REEEE
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>>45291541
The big secret is the Jedi not seeing it coming.
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>>45291547
I just thought he used his eye thing to weaken the blast enough to tank the hit
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>>45291508
I thought our twin friends were shit at the force though, so they wouldn't be able to. And if they can, we could just throw a dud grenade to distract them instead.
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>>45291344

>>45291560
*I mean the missiles

Alternatively.. we could hit him with the ship. Literally. Hit him with it.
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>>45291560
Destroy their ship they can't chase us if they do not have a ride
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>>45291575
They JUST pushed everyone, including Sparks and our Freighter back with the Force.
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>>45291575
They did a Double Force Push, for what it's worth, and knocked Sparks on his side. The Inquisitors are only really good at intimidation. Rhys is vaguely competent at what he does, so he's not a pushover for them.
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>>45291575
My bad, misread the post, these are just random inquisitors that may or may not be capable enough to telekinesis our grenades.
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>>45291604
These are the Twins, Lefty and Righty.

You just double-misread.
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> Run in and help him.

Ugh, why do you have to be a hero, Kuvasz!?

You sprint towards him. He looks back, but immediately dodges getting decapitated by a sweeping strike. You fire a disruptor shot, and Righto hops over and deflects it away. You sling your disruptor and draw a booma straight from the Gungan depths. “Duck!” you yell. Kuvasz ducks down, and in Lefty’s face she receives a booma to the face. The plasma splatters all over her mask, and she screams in pain as she tries to wrestle it off.

“Sister!” screams Righto. She charges at you two, slashing and cutting at you two. Your quick reflexes and the desire to not die are really keeping you well alive right now. Kuvasz hurries to punch her in the gut with his wrist-mounted blade, then grab her neck and throw her to the ground.

Lefty throws her mask off, and in the darkness of the fight you can’t even see her face. But you can hear her for sure. She grabs her chest, apparently in phantom pain, then charges you two again. This time, she manages a lucky slash on Kuvasz’ arm.

“Argh!” He slashed up the arm, thankfully not having it be cut off entirely. Lefty screams as she spins up her blade, ready to finish him. But you blast her in the chest, knocking her to the ground. You and Kuvasz look back to see the Emperor’s Eye still fighting off laser fire from the Lion’s Share and a now reformed Sparks. They continue firing and firing until finally Lev fires off a barrage of concussion missiles. Not at him. But at his shuttle. He is engulfed in the explosion that follows, which sets the entire town alight.

“Sir, reinforcements are coming,” says Lev. “We must leave.”

[1/2]
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[2/2]

Kuvasz holds his arm, groaning in pain. “You alright, old man?” you ask.

“Agh, it’s not bad,” he says. “Let’s get-“ You blink, then dodge out of the way. But not in time to save Kuvasz. The Emperor’s Eye’s lightsaber slashes him across the chest, knocking him to the ground, out cold.

“Kuvasz!” you yell. He groans, then his head rocks back. You hurry to kneel beside him, the slash created a huge gash across his chestplate. You quickly feel for a pulse.

And thank goodness you find it, faint but he’s alive. You look over to see the Emperor’s Eye as he marches straight towards. His lightsaber comes back to his hand as he approaches you. He pushes the air again, this time sending the Lion’s Share and Sparks back a few feet before they can fire at you. He stands over you, his single cyclopean red eye shining an intense, hot, red light on you. He holds up his lightsaber, and you’re about ready to blast him.

“That’s enough!” You all look over to see Admiral Reike storming through the snow, Stormtroopers following after him. “Stand down, boy!” He points to the Emperor’s Eye. “Right now!”

The Emperor’s Eye steps back, disengaging his lightsaber.

… did the Admiral just save you?

Admiral Reike stands behind you, intense glare on his face. “Look at this mess. First we have rebels attack my Waystation and then the Consortium corrupting and bribing my guards and my soldiers!? Now you think you can just kill like you want-“ He points to you, storming into the Emperor’s Eye’s face. “I need him. You put a single hair out of place on him, and I will see to it you suffer, -boy-.” He can do nothing except nod slowly. He turns to you. “… well.” He looks up at the Lion’s Share, and at Sparks, who quickly shakes off a head of snow. “You owe me, son.”

> “The only thing you owe me is payment.”
> “Do I?”
> “I guess I do.”
> Other
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>>45291959
>> “I guess I do.”
Okay, Reike. Alright. Okay.
Jesus fuck, what are we even in now?
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>>45291959
>Other
"I had him."
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>>45291959
>> “I guess I do.”
Good news is I think I have a way to the fleet, or the very least the best shot anyone can get.
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>>45291959
>> “I guess I do.”
Huh, what the fuck, what even, I don't.

Someone help
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>>45291959
>> “Do I?
>You and I owe Sergeant Gymsley and his men.

They may have been foot soldiers but they were loyal and good men.
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>>45291959
>“I guess I do.”
>Other
"I will inform you once I've got the coordinates for the Fleet. For what it's worth, sorry about the Sergeant. He and his men understood the importance of getting the job done."
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>>45291959
>> “I guess I do
He was on the ropes
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>>45292038
For real, though.

And we were about to avenge them, too.

Ah well, next time, Mono-fag.
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>>45291959

>I guess I do
>I owe Sergeant Gymsley and his men.

He deserves some mention.
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>>45292028
Reike most likely figured that, given the Eye's attitude and interest in Rhys, and Rhys' own personality, that Rhys had gone into the Veil, and the Eye was after him.

So Reike simply comes to the planet, does a scan for the Eye's ship, and comes down hoping to prevent the loss of a still-vital asset.
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>>45292103
On the plus side, at least now we know that the Eye is a little bitchboi.

I'm not afraid of killing a 16 year old, anyone else?
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>>45292103
The question now is how much the Admiral considers the Inquisition a liability after this episode. Three stormtroopers and almost the crew of one of his best agents, and for what? The Inquisition's little "crusade" is going to make hell for the rest of the Empire if they keep this up.
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>>45292166
to be fair three stormtroopers are a drop in the bucket but we should mention that he did loss good men in this debacle.

good men are hard to come by.
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>>45292206
They were loyalists, too. After the shitstirring that Zann pulled, good honest men are indeed hard to come by.
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>>45292225
Well not loyal enough to not lie to a inquisitor but yeah
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> “I guess I do.”

“I guess I do.” You wrap Kuvasz’s arm around your shoulders, then slowly stand the heavy old Mando up to his feet. He still hangs limp, meaning you have to hold his entire bodyweight. “And I owe Sergeant Grysmley and his men too.”

“Who?” he quirks his brow.

“The Stormtroopers, I helped them escape, they tried to stall for my escape, the Emperor’s Eye killed them,” you explain.

“I see.” He nods slowly, rubbing his chin. “Well, there is no shortage of patriots, I am sure you understand that. There will be more like Grymsley in our ranks soon enough. He’s replaceable is what I mean. We have clones, we have conscripts and recruits to fill his void ten times over.” He points to you. “But you are not.” He points to the Emperor’s Eye as well. “And neither is he.” The Sisters groan a little, getting up to their feet. “Girls, come here.”

They look at each other, frightened a little. “Sir-“

He points to the ground, not having it. “Come. Here.” They nod, hurrying over to his side. “This is the last time I loan you my Inquisitors for your little escapades, boy.” The Emperor’s Eye seethes, nodding slowly. “Remember what you owe me. And I will let you go on living. Return to your home, boy, and think about what has transpired, and what you still owe me.” The Emperor’s Eye nods. “… you can –walk- home.”

After a moment, he nods again, then turns around and starts walking past the wreckage of his ship. You smirk, a little bit of justice today you guess. He look to you, a squint to his eye. “Get to your ship. We’ll have doctors heal your friend here. You can rest aboard the Redeemer for the night, but tomorrow morning I want a full report of everything that you have. You didn’t come here just to sightsee.”

Well, he ain’t wrong.

[1/2]
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>>45292435
[2/2]

-

-

The medical droids informed you that Kuvasz would recover from his wounds nicely, but he will have to spend the night in the Bacta tank. That meant Vikker had no one to argue with as he sat alone on the sofa in the common room. Dodger and Wilco together were playing a game of dejarik with Lev. And to Lev’s consternation, he lost. And to that, he ripped the dejarik board off the floor and tossed it and all the pieces to the ground, then stormed to the cockpit.

You however, stepped into the cargo bay, and saw Misri gently wiping Sparks’ hull. “Misri.” You step down the catwalk steps to her. She continues wiping, not looking at you. “Misri, look at me. Listen, I think you understand that what happened today was your fault. I won’t punish you but-”

She turns around, and you find her cheeks soaked with tears. Her shoulders shake as she bites her lip. For a second, just for a second, you almost feel like the worst person in the world. Almost. “I’m sorry,” she whispers. She sniffles, then takes the box out from her jacket. She hands it to you. “… take it. I don’t want it.” You blink. What? “I won’t the Force anymore, I promise. I promise.” She rubs tears off of her cheeks. “I’m sorry.”

> Take the box.
> Let her keep it.
> Other
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>Turbolasers were the primary weapons of capital ships. They were used for ship-to-ship combat or, in some cases, planetary bombardment. A single blast from a turbolaser could completely incinerate a fully shielded starfighter; however, due to their slow turret traverse and an equally slow period of charging up and cooling down, using turbolasers against fighters proved to be highly ineffective because fighters were too fast and small for a good target lock due to a slower rate of fire than point-defense laser cannons.

>A single blast from a turbolaser could completely incinerate a fully shielded starfighter

Yeah, I don't think we would have actually fired the turbolasers at someone when we were so close to it, it probably would have killed us, too.

Schteel, you're hurting my autism.
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>>45292453
>take the box

Gently
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>>45292453
>> Take the box.
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it.
Fuck girl, after all the trouble we went through
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it.
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>>45292453
>Let her keep it.
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>>45292453
> Let her keep it.

Nope. Eventually she's gonna have to learn to use the thing now. She's known/marked what the fuck ever.
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it.
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>>45292453
> Let her keep it.

The harm has already been done.

Feels like we're going to be thrown to the sharks the second we hand over those coords.
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>>45292485
>>45292495
>>45292510
>>45292511
>>45292529
>>45292538
>encouraging her to keep fucking with the force and get us in these situations more.
>encouraging her to go full Jedi and kill us for our wickedness supporting the Empire.
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>>45292485
>>45292529
Pretty much. Even if Rhys is still skeptical about the Force DESPITE EVERYTHING HE'S SEEN AND FELT UP TO THIS POINT, it's real to her. After Kuvasz's sacrifice, she'd better make the most of it.
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it.

No, you own up to your mistakes. You made your decision, now stick with it. You've got three other people to live for, now.
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>>45292453
>Let her keep it.
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>>45292435
So if we got into a fistfight with Reike, he would break all of our limbs and drown us in an inch deep puddle, right?

He seems like a really bad motherfucker.
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>>45292547
She can keep the rock but limit her use in the force
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>>45292463
autism exists to be hurt
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>>45292453
>Take the box.
Just keep it under lock and key so that she doesn't get the temptation to use it again.
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>>45292547
>encouraging her to go full Jedi and kill us for our wickedness supporting the Empire.
Do you hear yourself sometimes?
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>>45292589
Not really, but he's a heavyweight in Imperial politics. If he can force the Inquisition to back off, he must hold considerable sway. Not as much as Tarkin, but enough.
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>>45292453
>> Let her keep it
>>
>>45292597
>The CIS created an upgraded turbolaser known as the "Agrocite cannon", this used rare Agrocite to greatly enhanced the cannon's power, the cannon was so powerful it could destroy a Venator-class Star Destroyer in a single shot, 3 of these cannons were used during the Battle of Khorm.

But his autism showed me this, surely his autism cannot be so bad?

This thing sounds totally fucking awesome.
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>>45292453
> Let her keep it.

Nope. Now it has weight.

Somethings something understand the burden of power.
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>>45292596
>implying she will if we let her keep it
This is pretty much going to be the one chance to get her to knock it off.

>>45292622
She's going to turn against us, whether for supporting the empire, us being mercenary, or for some other reason, because GS isn't going to let her stick around as a Jedi hopeful who's gotten this far. The alternative is her getting gunned down brutally by Reike when she's out of our LoS.
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>>45292622
Just let him sperg anon.
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>>45292657
autism is always bad, anon. It exists only to show others how not to be a raging cunt.
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>>45292664
Then that is her choice I rather have that rock serve as a constant reminder for her to be careful
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>>45292664
Do think before you post?
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>>45292731
*Do you
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>>45292664
I'm been against it from the start, but it's not quite that simple.

Just because she knows a little bit of the force doesn't mean Msiri will be any more compelled to rescue kittens or unravel the Empire. She just has to avoid using any sort of force in imperial areas and keep fixing our damn machines.
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>>45292719
She suffers from LSS, she'll forget.


>>45292731
Do you?
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>>45292664
But anon, she's walking plot, if something happens to her then Rhys has a reason to go full retard and unleash his hidden retard strength, then he can get killed by Vader and have a good end force ghost moment despite having never been trained or learning how to do the force ghost trick.

Fuck you, Vader, you never learned how to do it, Qui-Gon, Yoda, and Obi-Wan were the only ones in your time-frame.
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>>45292777
I'd rather we dump her, buy a shiny expensive spaceship, grow old flying it, bang Jennis every now and then, and die in some stupid situation dogfighting two dozen fighters at the age of seventy.

Which will never happen but still.
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>>45292771
Of course I do, it's why I don't sound like a whiny cunt.
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>>45292819
You know, if you fuck Jennis enough, despite the alien genes, eventually she -will- get knocked up.

The Midi-chlorians find a way.

>inb4 no longer canon

HAH!
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>>45292838
Sounds like a challenge to me.
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>>45292770
But she'll keep doing it, and fuck us over. This is the encourage her to use the force or not question.

>>45292777
We face Vader we just die, do not pass ghost do not collect 200 rhodium. If anything her dying would just fuck Rhys up more.

>>45292829
Says the guy skipping whole words in his attempt to be derisive and insulting.

>>45292819
>tfw we were only in the dogfight because we fucked the wrong Moff's daughter.
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>>45292850
I concur.
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>>45292863
>Says the guy skipping whole words in his attempt to be derisive and insulting.

That doesn't stop you from being a whiny cunt.
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>>45292880
Says the guy shitposting because he has no argument. So he skips straight to insults.
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>>45292880
>>45292898
Get a room.
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> Let her keep it.

You place your hands on the box, then gently push it back towards her. She gasps a bit, still shuddering and shaking. “Misri, you made your decision. Own up to it.”

“But-“

“No buts,” you say. “This is yours, this is your family’s. I can’t take that from you.” She looks down at the box, then over at Sparks. He quietly chirps at Misri, nodding to her, then to you. “You have to be careful with this.” She nods. “No more games, alright?”

“No more games.” She sniffles a little, rubbing more tears out of her face. “I will, I’ll take care of it.”

“You better.” You place your hands on your belt, looking down at the floor. What do you say? How can you stop her from doing this? Can you stop her from learning the ways of the Force? What would she do if she really became a Jedi? With a heavy sigh, you decide to say this. “Misri, I-“

She holds up her hand, stopping you. “Rhys. Thank you.” She immediately hugs you tight, pulling you close. Oh. Well. Alright then, you pat her on the back, nodding. She pulls away, then gently plants a kiss on your cheek. “You know you saved me in more ways than one letting me come with you away from Coruscant.” She punches your chest, stern and determined. “I’ll repay that, I will.”

“Like I said. You better.” You turn around, heading back to the steps up the catwalk. “Good night, Misri. Get some rest.”

She nods slowly. “Alright.” She looks down at the box in her hands, then slowly uncaps it to reveal the Kyber crystal still inside. It glows, and in some way, you can’t deny it. No matter how much you want to try and keep her as the same old mechanic she is.

The Force is calling to her.
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That's it for this weekend of Questing. So sorry about the long pause in the middle, sudden family thing that took a bit longer than expected. But I hope to return next weekend for more. Hope you all enjoyed.

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See you next time.
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>>45292985
It was great boss, thanks for running.

seriously though the eye should've been slag
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>>45292985
Thanks for the tread German well this was certainly interesting.

and surprisingly we lost equipment then looted which is weird. So we lost the Berayl family crest, and 2x Webar Blaseters?

Did i miss anything else on my count?
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>>45293042
No, she still has the family crest pendant.
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>>45293042
Nope, that's about it.
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>>45293057
but wasn't that used to help open the chest? I thought we lost that to gain the crystal.
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>>45293062
What are Kublai and Deathclaw doing during the fight and where were they during Misri and Rhys's meeting.
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>>45293117
1. They were doing the smart thing and not attacking Inquisitors or the Emperor's Eye who could easily best a few C-list bounty hunters. There wasn't a lot they could really do to help anyway.

2. Busy playing a game of sabaac in the machine shop with R5, R3, and R2.
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>>45293062
So are we going to lose the admirals protection after we find the fleet or is he going to keep us in his pocket for now?
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>>45293182
Do you expect an actual answer to that?
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>>45293171
So how is Misri with the whole force thing now.

We know denying it will be a waste of time but how will she conduct herself from now on?

Will she finally focus on her projects from now on?
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>>45293171
> Busy playing a game of sabaac in the machine shop with R5, R3, and R2.

How is that going out for them? I imagine R3 is not the most friendly gambler.
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>>45293171
No really, those turbolasers, though. Whaddafack mang?
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>>45293248
I GUESS WE'LL JUST HAVE TO FIND OUT.
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>>45293248
1. She's going to try and learn, but not in places where she knows there might be trouble. She'll start conducting herself a bit more close to the heart in a sense.

2. And she will start trying to double time the repairs and mods, even if it kills her. She won't get anything done tonight though she'll be too busy trying and failing to build a lightsaber.

>>45293267
R3 is not a friendly gambler. Honestly, Kublai and MadClaw are only really there to shoot the breeze and brag about stuff. Plus, it's not every day you see astromechs gamble.

>>45293275
I had a lapse in judgement in thinking lightsabers could at least dampen the effects of a turbolaser. We'll just say that the Emperor's Eye used Deadly Sight to weaken them enough to make them weaker but not completely harmless.
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>>45293171
Seriously this>>45293275

My suspension of dis-belief: Shattered
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>>45293182
To be honest, at least we have a good business relationship with him.
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>>45293353
This is a joke, I'm not serious.
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>>45293352
>We'll just say that the Emperor's Eye used Deadly Sight to weaken them enough to make them weaker but not completely harmless.

You understand that power is super cost ineffective, and it doesn't work on lasers, right?

You'd be better off saying he just used the force to forcefully (kek) move the actual laser batteries to aim wrong and miss him, because there is actually no way he could tank the beams themselves.

>Tiring to sustain, it was inefficient in terms of the strain caused on the user's Force reserves, but was nevertheless effective in the right situation.

He for sure wasn't using it to dampen sustained turbolaser fire, even if it does turn out to work on lasers.
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>>45293352
Is Jennis okay right now?

Is she?

IS SHE?
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>>45293352
>astromechs gamble.
I find the sight amusing, that should honestly get painted like the dog playing poker painting. Also makes me want to grab a R1 and R4 to complete the set.

Do they do that often and how does it usually go?Do the other droids join in?
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>>45293352
Please don't tell me she isn't trying to use the force to build it but by hand.
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>>45293453
>You'd be better off saying he just used the force to forcefully (kek) move the actual laser batteries to aim wrong and miss him, because there is actually no way he could tank the beams themselves.

That actually makes sense.
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>>45293453
There's a specific reason the Emperor's Eye is the person he is. Though we'll go with that excuse instead since it makes more sense than mine.

>>45293464
I had planned on her appearing at Veil Waystation earlier but I ended up leaving her out. It would've been a slightly depressing appearance with her having lost her ship and her droids to gambling debts. Next time you see her though, she will have the ship. Hopefully.

>>45293480
They play some sabaac when there's nothing to do and Misri's fixing everything for them. They don't really play for money or parts or anything, just for the promise of being bathed by Misri. Occasionally Dodger and Wilco will join in, Sparks can't because he doesn't understand, and Lev is not allowed because he's a sore loser.

>>45293501
She doesn't understand how a lightsaber works, nobody understands how a lightsaber works except for those that use them, it's going to be pretty much trial and error.
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>>45293576
>There's a specific reason the Emperor's Eye is the person he is.

Is it because you describe him as being more powerful than the Emperor himself as he was displayed?

:^)

I'm just fucking with you. Though I'd expect him to be an actually competent inquisitor rather than some godawfully powerful asshole, not that they have to be exclusive, but you get the idea. And insofar as I am aware, he's a shit inquisitor, since there was a Jedi on a planet, everyone knew it, and he didn't get him first.

PSHAW GOOD SIR!
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>>45293576
We need a droid thread, that'd be fun as hell.


>It would've been a slightly depressing appearance with her having lost her ship and her droids to gambling debts.
Dude....
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>>45293576
So she's doing it by hand? I mean i feel that she wouldn't learn anything today if she decided to use the force to try and do it after everything that happen.
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>>45293576
>the second spoiler

Bruh

she the real waifu, why you gotta do us like tat?
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>>45293652
Amen brother
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>>45293576
What the fuck? Who fucked her over? When did she get a gambling problem? Did she loves everything because Rhys didn't pay for his boots?
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>>45293576
Have we ever seen the Twins' faces before? Do they even have eyes?
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>>45293679
>Misri has two sisters and doesn't know it.
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>>45293623
Deadly sight is basically the only thing he's good at. He's not the Emperor's Eye for nothing.

>>45293634
A droid thread would be fun.

>>45293634
>>45293652
>>45293671
Jennis has always had various debts, it's mostly why she's so poor beyond her Zygerrian heritage. She really isn't great with money.

>>45293637
It's the only way she knows how.

>>45293679
You've never seen the Twin's faces before and honestly, the way they work, you might probably never see them.
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>>45293576
So between this thread and the next depending on the timeskip what did she fix/repair/upgrade.
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>>45293706
Only a few hours passed between last and this thread. She didn't have time to fix or upgrade anything.
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>>45293576
>implying Kuvasz won't have sage advice on lightsabers

The only person here who has both faced lightsaber combatants on multiple occasions, and actually has been struck by one.

Also pretty basic for someone who is technologically inclined in the far future, or past, or whatever. It's a microreactor powering a magnetic field around a similarly powered bunch of plasma, which is really just superheated gas. Aside from the silly crystal, probably anyone could build one, actually.

Or it's jedi space magic light through a magic crystal, which is far more reasonable as to why not everyone and their grammama has one.

Seriously though, Kuvasz.
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>>45293703
Has Rhys ever looked at the Twins' asses as they walked away?
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>>45293703
>He's not the Emperor's Eye for nothing.

I'd say he is, isn't he supposed to be the head inquisitor?

A fucking smuggler is a more effective inquisitor than him!

A SCRUFFY NERF HERDER!
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>>45293718
http://pastebin.com/Ht5ArLET

>>45293747
Not to mention we effectively found a massive fleet in only a few weeks.
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>>45293703
>A droid thread would be fun.
Do it, we could play as R5 and snark at everyone in a pleasant British voice
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>>45293652
Lightsabers use commonly available parts, but the way they're assembled is esoteric and requires an experienced force user to link and meld the components so it's functional and not, well, explosive.
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>>45293722
He looks at every girl's ass as they walk away. He's not an idiot.

>>45293718
Kuvasz has seen some shit. And from what I gather the actual assembling of a lightsaber is so stupidly precise that you literally do need the Force to build one.

>>45293747
He works with the Inquisition, but isn't part of the Inquisition. He exists mostly as a tool for the Emperor to find Jedi within a certain area of the Galaxy that he patrols whom are actively using Force powers. The reason he couldn't find Dosann on Tython is because Tython is covered in dark side energy. Latent force users are detected but left alone because there's tons of latent force users in the galaxy and usually they don't pose a threat.
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>>45293718
>>45293767
Sorry Updated the pastebin.
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>>45293812
>He looks at every girl's ass as they walk away. He's not an idiot.
Good man, how do theirs compare to Misri's?
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>>45293812
>but isn't part of the Inquisition.

Oh, nevermind then. I thought it was his job.

Who's the head inquisitor, then? Does he smile menacingly at everyone and generally make you feel like he just shoved his fingers inside of you?
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>>45293718
>Or it's jedi space magic light through a magic crystal, which is far more reasonable as to why not everyone and their grammama has one.
Natural saber crystals aren't necessary, Sith don't use them. The Jedi do/did because the crystals attune with their users and create a personal link to the weapon.
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>>45293832
7. Emiri Su-chong the other adventurer archaeologist.
6. Merena the TIE Fighter cadet
5. The Furies collectively.
4. Lotte Ulgo
3. Jennis D'Leer (barely)
2. Misri Beryl
1. Eudora Kyriako

>>45293856
Fuck if I know who the Grand Inquisitor is currently. Far as I know, at least on Rebels, there's still a power struggle as to who's going to replace him.
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>>45293812
So did they send forces to Tython then and did they find anything?
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>>45293898
>Eudora Kyriako

Seduction HO!

>Emiri Su-chong the other adventurer archaeologist.

What ever happen to her?
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>>45293898
>Stupid sexy Rebel
>Stupid sexy Jedi
>Stupid Sexy Junk Dealer.
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>>45293866
Never said the manufactured crystals aren't space magic.

Just sith-made space-magic.
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>>45293898
>Eudora has a better ass than Misri
No wonder Rhys had no qualms saving her. Heck he even got to tap that.


So I assume the twins are at 8. then? Means no way they are related to Misri. Good.


>>45293948
Rhys has tapped 2/3
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>>45293909
Not yet. Admiral Reike is having trouble convincing the local Moff that there's probably a Jedi on Tython.

>>45293942
Rhys and Eudora did have a brief fling while on leave. Nobody knows except those two, not even Lotte.

As for Emiri, she's off adventuring, looking for her own treasures, trying to shake off Highsinger.

>>45293975
They are at 8. They're great asses, but Rhys has seen and felt better.
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>>45293975
Did he? I thought it was more of a fighter pilot reference in which he kept blasting her in the sims.
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>>45293948
Good to know everyone's favorite junk dealer is also stacked in the back and the front.
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>>45293975
Maybe they are related to her, they just sit on their hands so much and are so useless that they never get any exercise so they have really boring flat asses.

Eh? EHHH?
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>>45294006
That too.
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>>45294017
Female Force users are contractually obligated to have great asses, and they work out, a lot. They're asses would better than Misri's if they were related to her.

>>45294023
Eudora isn't another latent is she?
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>>45293997
Did our Gunnar friend get in trouble with the Naboo resistance?
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>>45294057
She was in the Top 10 in the class, but no, she's not a latent, she's actually a really good pilot with the misfortune of being in the same class as Lotte and you.

>>45294083
The Gungan is hated by everybody on Naboo. Besides the whole Terentatek thing, he also hunts random shaaks and people's farm animals claiming that they'll turn into Rakghouls.
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>>45294023
What is Lotte and her crew doing now?

How will Lotte react if she ever heard of thsi fling.
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>>45294122
I thought their relations improved after the Phantom Menance and Clone Wars?
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>>45294122
Wait, Lotte is latent too?
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>>45294127
Anti-piracy duties in the outer rim, though she's on call from Admiral Reike if he needs a spare ship.

Lotte'll probably be more mad that you didn't tell her more than you did it with Eudora.

>>45294140
The General Gungan population yes, one random Gungan that goes around and killing wild animals no.

>>45294144
No. Again, just really good, misfortune of having you in the class. You led the class with a sizable skill gap.
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>>45294169
Why would she be mad that he didn't share his bedroom antics.

I mean considering who Rhys's list on Naboo alone porbably will only interact with him with a 10 foot pole
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i really want to see if we can buy a second Barloz through the admiral, it would up our firepower especially if we crew it with B1s.
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>>45294169
Is Lotte the only member of our class loyal/not freelance now?
How badly did her bullshit and getting put in her place by Reiki fuck up her political power?
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>>45294237
Where will we find B1s and I rather get something a bit bigger like a Tartan Crusier.
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>>45294218
It's a matter of friends sharing things with friends.

Which, considering the events of the Quest, probably don't matter anymore.

>>45294246
Russ is the other loyal one. But nobody likes Russ anyway so neither Lotte or Rhys includes him.

It's put her back to anti-piracy, which leaves very little in terms of political advancement unless one gets really lucky.
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>>45294325
>which leaves very little in terms of political advancement unless one gets really lucky.

So you're gonna throw your waifu a bone and say she knocks out a Jedi acting as general for the Rebellion, right?

I'll fuckin' kill you m8
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>>45294325
>Which, considering the events of the Quest, probably don't matter anymore.
>probably
Ah Schteel still an optimist I see

>which leaves very little in terms of political advancement unless one gets really lucky.


>inb4 Schteel makes us go pirate and Lotte comes after us.
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>>45294325
I don't quite understand how she was set back politically? She followed procedure technically.

>Which, considering the events of the Quest, probably don't matter anymore.

To be fair she planted a spy and we knew her enough to squeal to the empire about the treasure.
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>>45294372
>>45294381
I like Lotte but I'm not going to go out of my way to make her the center of the Quest.

>>45294393
The Outer Rim is where careers go to die. You're stuck fighting pirates and rebels in areas where there's nobody important enough around to notice you. Your equipment is faulty and old Clone Wars surplus, your TIE Pilots occasionally have to use old ARC-170s or V-Wings which were retired years ago, and the recruits and soldiers you have to work with are backwater conscripts who are nearly worthless in a fight. It's not a fun post unless there's something important to guard.
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>>45294473
I think he was asking HOW Reike's snub hurt her politically. Which I can imagine boils down to him calling her out on being wasteful of resources, disrupting Coruscant's space trade, and letting personal feeling have her waste the Empire's time over something not really that important.
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>>45294507
That too.
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>>45294507
More or less. Rhys is now viewed as an important Imperial asset, and the fact that Lotte couldn't secure him but Reike could damaged her credibility.
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>>45294473
But didn't she have one of the most advance star destoryer in stock?

Though we did destroy her hanger, so are her troops stuck with ARC-170s and V-Wings?

Speaking of which that sounds like Rhys's dream Arc-170s and V-wings.
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>>45294534
>Lotte couldn't secure him but Reike could damaged her credibility.
Wouldn't it be more accurate to say that Lotte turned a useful Imperial privateer into a liability, and it was Reike that turned that liability back into an asset?

I do hope that Reike turns out to be intelligently evil.
He'll pay us our money, give us the promised access to the TIE prototypes, won't betray us at all, and he'll just continue genociding populations and killing people. And when he needs something recovered he'll offer Rhys a job.
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>>45294578
1. A new Star Destroyer that'll be run down and worn out after a few years of service in the Outer Rim.

2. No, they still have TIE Fighters.

3. It does sound like it. But he'd probably be the only one actually enthusiastic about using a V-Wing.
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>>45294606
Isn't that the equivalent of buying a new mercades and using it to drive through the unpaved forest. Isn't that a waste?

How didn't we destroy most of their ships and being regulated to the outer rim, won't they not waste the tie on them?
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>>45294602
I hope he does too.
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>>45294670
Star Destroyers are dedicated combat platforms, not Mercedes. You use them until they're obsolete or they're destroyed.
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>>45294670
>How didn't we destroy most of their ships

We blasted a single hangar bay of the many that star destroyers have.
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>>45294721
i guess but wouldn't she be better demoted to a old clone war era capital ship?

I think it's a strange direction of using resources.
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>>45294794
It's really not. Star Destroyers are perfect for operating in the Outer Rim where their intense firepower and numerous fighter screen can take on most amateur pirate fleets.
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>>45294850
Why do you like Lotte German?
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>>45294932
She's cute.

Anyway, it's late and I must sleep. Night night anons.
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>>45294249
Where will we find B1s? Mate it is almost right after the clone wars the market is brimming with the bastards, besides if we get desperate we can ask a certain hut art dealer to hook us up.
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