PASTEBIN ANON’S PASTEBIN: http://pastebin.com/hNZWWQ71PREVIOUSLY: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Star+Wars%3A+Fortune+HunterIndex, middle, ring, pinky, thumb. You’ve spent the past week or so spent in hyperspace trying to get used to your new arm. Misri was doing all she could to help you adjust, as was Kuvasz. But as you sit alone in your quarters, you couldn’t help but stare at it. It was foreign, it was invasive.You really need to learn to stop lying to the wrong people.Still, there’s some… fringe benefits to having an artificial arm you guess. You can turn it into a blaster cannon! Like in those holovids you used to watch as a kid. Or maybe you can use it for slicing duties. And hell, particularly sexy females of warrior cultures tend to love “bloodied” men, and loss of a limb is one of those ways to bloody yourself. You wonder what Warmaster Vizsla would think?Hm, now that’s something you genuinely want to see.Still, having this arm, no matter how optimistic you are, is a constant reminder of your mistake. Never lie to someone who never lies to you, you suppose. You guess that’s just how things go in the Empire. Things have really changed, and not for the better. What would Lotte think about this? Does she even know? Do you even want her to know? Questions, questions, questions.Which are interrupted by Whisper stepping into your room. “Captain Cykgil.”
>>46140252[2/2]You turn your head to her, resting your arm in your lap. “Whisper. Need something?”“The droids say that we are only an hour away from the Furies’ location.” She folds her arms. “While I am loathe to work for Mandalorians, I will trust your judgement in dealing with them. I hear they are not exactly the most experienced of their kind.” You shrug. Not going to argue with that. They’re capable, that’s why Reike wants them gone. “But also, I would like to spar with you, in private.”You squint. “Um.” You hold up your artificial arm. “I’m not sure if it’ll go well considering the circumstances, Whisper.”She shuts the door behind her, then strips off her robes. She wears black shorts and white gauze wrappings on her chest. The full extent of her cybernetic augments are revealed to you, her robotic legs, cybernetic arm, and cyber eye, with much more that you can’t readily identify. That pale skin of hers is almost lightning compared to the black metal of her cybernetics. “I will go slowly.”> Charisma: “Gonna take off the rest?”> Intellgience: “Slowly? Echani don’t do slow.”> Skill: “Fine, let’s get this over with.”
>>46140255> Charisma: “Gonna take off the rest?”
>>46140255> Intellgience: “Slowly? Echani don’t do slow.”
>>46140255Dammit, not matter how many times i try and decide that i won't come back to this quest, after blowing lotte's ship up, I still come back to particiate.What is wrong with me.> Charisma: “Gonna take off the rest?”Joke then> Skill: “Fine, let’s get this over with.”
I hope her vagina isn't a prosthetic too
>>46140255> Charisma: “Gonna take off the rest?”> Intellgience: “Slowly? Echani don’t do slow.”Stupid whisper trying to be nice.
> Charisma: “Gonna take off the rest?”You smirk, leaning back in your chair. “Come on, not gonna take off the rest.” She stares at you, then slowly reaches for the waistband on her shorts. “Whoa, wait. I was joking.” She nods slowly, placing her hands on her hips. You stand up, sighing deeply. “Look, I’m not sure if I’m particularly in the mood for-“She raises her fists. “There is always time for a fight.”You sigh, throwing off your jacket and tossing it on the bed. “Fine.” You rub your new robotic arm, then slowly step forward closer. She nods to you, apparently signaling that you have the initiative. This is interesting. You’ve never heard of Echani ceding the advantage in a ifgt, much less going –slowly- in one either. Maybe she’s just trying to be nice. You throw a punch, and she deftly blocks it with her good arm. You grunt. Alright, fine, fine.You try a punch with your new arm. She stops it again with her one organic arm, then she pushes you away. “… you’re mocking me.” You wag your finger at her as she remains ready. “You’re having a laugh, this is a joke.”“You are angry, I understand,” she says. Understand? She –chose- to have her limbs chopped off. What makes her think she understands having one chopped off by force!? You step forward and punch her. This time, it connects with her chest. You yelp in pain as your hand plunks off of it. Damn it! Her chest is built like a tank! Flat like one too!“Are you trying to make me angry!?” you yell. She steps back from your punches again, and again. Any that have some chance to land are pushed away or blocked entirely. “Stop that! I thought you said you were going slow!”[1/2]
>>46141052[2/2]“I am,” she says.“How is this supposed to help me!?” you shout.She pauses, then places her hand on her hip. She motions to your arm. “How does your arm feel?” she asks.“I-“ You… you blink. You hold up your robotic arm. Wow, honestly, you actually forgot it was there.… what. You look at her again. She folds her arms, giving you a stern look. “When I first replaced my arm with a cybernetic replacement, the only way I could get over the invasive feeling of it was through anger. Hatred can make one forget about oneself. Rage is the body’s natural anesthetic. And fury is a very real replacement to determination.”You pant, shaking your head. “So what. You’re telling me I should be angry all the time?”“Embracing anger is not wrong,” she says. She holds up her fists again. “Since I have warmed you up, would you like to try again?”> “No. Forget it. I’m not playing your game.”> “Alright, alright. Let’s do this.”> Other
>>46141066>> “Alright, alright. Let’s do this.”Ahhh, that makes sense but I feel at the same time its wrong. and I missed our arm.
>>46141066> “Alright, alright. Let’s do this.”Should just go play with Janis. Nothing better to make the armor feel native than her lovely chest.Or.. crippling sadness when we can't feel the heft.
>All these anons who don't want to agree to be angry darksidish>But can't think of anything else to say and don't want to spurn whisper.
>>46141259Using our anger is fine, but i rather not use it as a crutch. Considering our life we have plenty to be angry about, but to just use that seems wrong.
>>46141369To be fair, everything since the treasure ship has been a comedy of errors that's been grinding Rhys down. Losing the arm is the first time all that karma seriously caught up with him.
>>46141687All this started because Rhys refused to forgive Lotte for anything and was snapped up by an opportunistic Reike. In a way, Rhys's anger is what got him in this mess in the first place.
>>46141066>> OtherI'll go again, but I'm not playing into your hand.
> “Alright, alright. Let’s do this.”You take a deep breath, then raise your fists. “Alright then. Let’s do this.” She nods, again allowing you the initiative. You attack, and immediately Whisper punches you straight in the jaw. You fall over, your teeth sore and your jaw feeling just the slightest bit out of place. She’s good, but not good enough! With a quick hop back to your feet, you go for a tackle, this time managing to catch her. And thump she goes as you bang her against the wall. You make for one last finishing blow to the face, but she docks, then drills you in the stomach.Okay, you might be angry, but that doesn’t mean it’ll translate to skill it seems. Whatever! You knee her in the gut, and she coughs, stumbled by it. You grab her head, then shove her against the wall. You pin her wrists up, and plant your feet directly on hers.She pants, surprised by the sudden defeat. “… You’re pretty good,” she says quietly with a blush on her face.“Thanks,” you say back.…The two of you look down, your chests only inches away from touching each other, then look back at each other. “So.” You quirk your brow. “Maybe we can take this to bed then?”Her blush grows deeper. “I- uh…” She clears her throat, looking down and away from you. “You wouldn’t want that.” You roll your eyes. Grow a spine, why don’t you.There’s a knock at the door. “Sir.” It’s Dodger. “We’re approaching the Furie’s position.”“Thanks,” you call out. Whisper pushes you away, then immediately bends over to pick up her robes. “Come on.”She opens the door, looking at you with a very stern glare. “No.” She steps out.You sigh, folding your arms. Another time. Feh.[1/2]
>>46142166[2/2]--The Furies’ fleet was orbiting a particularly large planetoid, dead in the water so to speak, only good for raw materials. It had no name, and it certainly wasn’t on any charts. But planetoids like these served as excellent bases for pirates and raiders and most especially rebels. The ship docked up with the Vode An. But before you went, Vikker stops you from entering the docking tube. “Give us a minute, guys.” They step in without you two.“What do you want, Vikker?”He folds his arms, looking at you concernedly, as concernedly as an Aqualish can. “This is my fault.”“What is?” you ask.“The arm. Everything that’s happened,” he growls. “I should never have let you take that job with Lotte, or do anything involving the Empire.” He shakes his head. “Listen, Rhys. We need to get out of this, somehow, someway. Reike is going to use you up.” He shrugs. “Now, I have a few contacts in Wild Space we can talk to. Maybe we can hide out there for like… five or six years until the heat dies down.” Five or six years!?“You’re joking,” you say.“You said it yourself, you don’t run from the Empire,” he says. “And besides, no good smuggler would want to associate with you or me by extension considering our reputation as Imperial goons.”> “Look. I’ve got a plan of my own. Trust me on this.”> “… five or six years doesn’t sound bad actually.”> Other
>>46142190>> “… five or six years doesn’t sound bad actually.”
>>46142190>> “… five or six years doesn’t sound bad actually.”>You sure the empire won't intercept those contacts?
>>46142190>“… five or six years doesn’t sound bad actually.”
>>46142190>other"Does Reike look like the type to just let assets get away? Sure, he won't waste resources hunting us down, but if we show our faces anywhere the Empire has an interest he'll have us gunned down. One last job, and that's it."We need to figure out a way to make the Furies disappear for a decade or two. Even if we refuse to do the job, Reike is so pissed off right now he'll just send another task force to hunt the Furies down and kill all of them.
The Battle of Yavin is within five years, isn't it?
>>46142190>> “Look. I’ve got a plan of my own. Trust me on this.”We convince the Furies to stop pirating and do something more legitimate (such as becoming our personal bodyguards and forming an official mercenary company) and we use the money from the Aurodium to make it possible for them to do that and still have enough leftover to retire.
>>46142364I think it's worth it to be blisteringly blunt with the Furies right now."Let me lay it out. The Empire's got eyes on you now, and they they want you to end the piracy here and now. If you don't, you and I are both dead."
>>46142265>>46142325>>46142345Have you actually thought this through?Running only means that someone else gets sent to kill the Furies. And will the Imperial Inquisition not follow Misri into Wild Space?
>>46142394Did you miss the last thread where we fucked up any chance of Reike accepting anything short of the Furies being dead because we lied to him a third time?
>>46142426The Furies are being dealt with right now, for their own safety.The Inquisition's bullshit is an inevitability at this point. The question is how good they are at tracking a smuggler who explicitly doesn't want to be found.
>>46142455Reike said "stop the Furies' piracy. I don't care how."
>>46142456>The Furies are being dealt with right now, for their own safety.Vikker's plan is to run now, and leave the Furies to be eliminated by Reike's backup plan. Choosing his option is to leave now. >>46142472And German clarified that he wants them all dead now because we lied. If we had told the truth, Reike would have accepted the Furies simply stopping their piracy.
>>46142528>Choosing his option is to leave now.Nowhere does Vikker say abandoning the Furies right now when we just landed. Besides, Rhys wouldn't abandon the Furies anyway; he would at least give them the big warning.
>>46142528 GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M1 03/11/16(Fri)00:20:29 No.45933849>>45933827He just wants the Furies gone. He honestly doesn't care how, he just wants them gone completely. He doesn't care for them as an asset.
>>46142528Being gone does not mean killed outright. Just out of the picture as a threat.
So we do this last gig and then hide away from the empire?
>>46142776Pretty much. Rhys is tired of the bullshit and is going dark.
>>46142190>> “Look. I’ve got a plan of my own. Trust me on this.”
>>46142190I'm good for whatever so long as we don't abandon the Furies.
> “… five or six years doesn’t sound bad actually.”You sigh deeply. “… that honestly doesn’t sound too bad.” He clicks his tusks, nodding approvingly. “Look. Right now, we gotta talk with the girls. We gotta let them know what’s what. We can talk about this later, alright?”Vikker nods. “Fair enough. You’re the boss.” You slap Vikker on the arm, smiling at him. Always looking out for you, like the father you never wanted.With all of you in the docking tube now, you steel yourself. Just present the arm as is, and just let things happen naturally. You’ll do all the talking. The door leading into the Vode An slides open, and coming to greet you is Erma, Uggla, and Lima. Their black armor is a bit more dulled out now thanks to age and experience. “Rhys.” Erma steps forward, pulling off her helmet. “It has been a while-“ The three of them immediately notice Whisper.And to that, Erma and Uggla draw their blaster pistols. Uh oh. You step in front of Whisper, who is already ready to fight. “Get out of the way!” yells Uggla. “There’s an Echani behind you!”“She’s part of my crew,” you say. “Don’t shoot!”“Let them shoot!” yells Whisper. Misri and Vikker step behind Whisper, awkwardly trying not to add to the scene. “I will show them the true power of the Echani form!”Suddenly, Lima grabs Erma and Uggla’s shoulders, then pushes them to the side. “Out of my way.” The normally cheery and happy Lima pulls out a vibroknife from her belt, then brandishes it towards Whisper. “I’ve always wanted to add an Echani scalp to my wall!” REALLY!?> “Now, now, girls. Let’s not start a scene. We’re here to talk.”> “Whisper, go back into the ship. I’ll call you when I need you.”> “Look, Whisper is here to stay.”> Other
>>46142876>> “Now, now, girls. Let’s not start a scene. We’re here to talk.”
>>46142876>> “Now, now, girls. Let’s not start a scene. We’re here to talk.”Rhys didn't lose an arm for an decidedly un-sexy catfight.
>>46142876>“Whisper, go back into the ship. I’ll call you when I need you.”Holy shit. I knew Mandos and Echani were oil and water, but this is a bit much.
>>46142580>>46142626If you had read the thread, German was asked if Reike would accept the Furies stop being pirates. He answered that Reike wants the Furies gone completely. Anonymous03/11/16(Fri)00:26:07 No.45933942>>45933849>He just wants the Furies gone.So, is getting the Furies to simply not target Imperial shipping enough? Or is that option closed out because lied to Reike?Because, looking at the list of systems that the Empire doesn't control, there's a lot of shipping and trading that can get ambushed without being an Imperial problem.GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M103/11/16(Fri)00:27:04 No.45933961>>45933912Very reasonable. He might have even considered a potential alliance with the Furies if you had a sharp enough tongue.>>45933942He wants the Furies gone completely.
>>46142876>The hell is wrong with you. If you need to fight go at it but no killing or maiming one another got it?They won't listen to us, so might as well let them vent their frustration.
>>46142876> “Whisper, go back into the ship. I’ll call you when I need you.”
>>46142985Why wouldn't they kill each other? Because we asked nicely?The women who execute civilians and starship crews that surrender, are going to be convinced to not kill the people they've driven nearly to extinction, with just a light reprimand?
>>46143046Fair point, I guess i expected better from the both of them.
>>46143073Did you really forget that the Furies, as a matter of course, space the crews of the ships they capture, including passengers?These are murderers. And everyone that Rhyse has worked with before usually disintegrated the people who betrayed them, and usually had just as harsh punishments for those that failed them.
>>46143179I didn't forget just thought Rhys has enough clout for both the Furies and Whisper to not murder each other.
Schteel, is the option of getting the Furies to cut their pirate activities and live still an option we have from Reike or not?
> “Now, now, girls. Let’s not start a scene. We’re here to talk.”“Now, now, girls. Lima.” Lima pouts at the fact that you’re not letting her scalp your Echani crewmate. “We’re not here to start a fight. We’re here to talk, like civilized people.”“We –are- civilized,” says Erma. She points to Whisper. “They are not.”Whisper scoffs. “If you’re considered civilized, then the galaxy really is in trouble.”“Enough,” says Kuvasz. He steps in next to you, backing you up. “Erma, Lima, Uggla. Whisper is considered part of our crew. Rhys has decided to bring her aboard. As much as I agree with you, you must respect Rhys’ decision.” Kuvasz, saving you again. You place your hands your hips, looking to the girls. They finally relent, withdrawing their weapons.“Very well.” Erma bows to you. “I apologize. Your Echani friend will be free to come aboard.”You nod. “Can you take us to Warmaster Vizsla?” She nods, leading you down the docking tube.Lima gives Whisper a very stark glare. “You know, if Rhys hadn’t vouched for you, I would’ve beat you.”“If Rhys hadn’t vouched for you, I would’ve killed you,” Whisper says back. Lima scoffs, falling in line behind you all.--Warmaster Forn Vizsla sits upon her throne, slouching on the armrest. “Rhys, Kuvasz. So you two return. Your droids tell me that you have had some very vicious adventures since we last met.” She looks to your cybernetic hand, and immediately stands up and walks down from her throne to you. “Your arm.”You shrug, rubbing it a bit. “Yeah, I know. Don’t need to remind me.”“How did this happen?” she asks concernedly.> “Combat.”> “Employer issues.”> “I fell down some stairs.”> Other
>>46143293He wants them to go away. He doesn't care how they go away.
>>46143333>> Other. My tongue is sharp, lightsabers are sharper.not an admission of the decidedly cowardly way we lost it, but it makes it sound much more impressive.
>>46143333>“Employer issues.”>>46143368 is also good.
>>46143333>“Employer issues.”Lying has turned out badly for Rhyse whenever we control him, as opposed to how he got away with it in the past.
>>46143333> “Employer issues.”also this>>46143368
>>46143368How was it cowardly, it was stupid don't get me wrong but not cowardly.
>>46143333>>46143368Seconding blaming it on a lightsaber.
>>46143357So having them pirate in the Hapes Cluster or somewhere else that the Empire doesn't control is a valid way to complete Reike's mission. Your previous answers and responses did not give that impression.
>>46143434That's the interesting bit. Smugglers are professional liars, and yet many quest circumstances have forced him to come clean.
>>46143462well, it was hardly pitched combat. It was a punishment for getting caught lying.not exactly heroic.
>>46143549On the other hand, he could've let a crewmember take the fall for him.
>>46143578yeah, true, it was sorta heroic. Rhys "Sorta Heroic" Cykgil
>>46143608Sounds about right. He's a pilot not a soldier.
>>46143685A damn good one, too!
>>46143489I doubt that Vizla's honor would allow her to do that just to avoid punishment from the Empire. Which is why I'm saying we should use the money to just hire her crew out as bodyguards that no longer have to be pirates. They effectively become out of the Empire's way and gone from the big picture. They can form a mercenary company under a legit name (Maybe Rhys and Vizla's Mercs) that effectively avoids further confrontation that provokes unwanted attention from the Empire.
>>46143745Well, Vizla lost her shot at becoming Mandalore, so hopefully she has enough humility to recognize that picking a fight with the Empire at their current strength is not in their best interest.
>>46143745Clearly she should head off with Rhys to the wild lands. They can come back in a few years and pillage the remnants of the empire.
>>46143809that's true. Post Endor, though? Fair fucking game.
>>46143834Oh absolutely. After Death Star 2 goes down, all bets are off.
>>46143849Galactic Empire-chan is for bullying
What are the wild lands?
>>46143873Uncharted space at the edge of the galaxy, basically. No man's land.
>>46143809But will her Mandalorian honor not blind her enough for her to think that way? Especially if she finds out who is really responsible for us losing our right arm.>>46143829And come back with lots of Rhys and Vizla Jrs.
>>46143991their offspring shall plunder the stars for booty
> Other“Well, you know, my tongue’s pretty sharp,” you say. “But lightsabers are much much sharper.”She nods, holding the arm in her hands gently. “I see. I can have Erma apply some synthskin to cover this if you wish.” Oh? That’d actually be nice. “For now though, perhaps we should talk about why you are here.”You nod. “I was sent by Admiral Reike to get you to stop your pirating against the Empire.” The Nite Furies guarding the doors and the throne all turn to look at in you surprise. Warmaster Vizsla looks at you as if you just stepped on a tooka. “Either you quit peacefully, or you get destroyed to the last girl. It’s your choice.”She folds her arms, giving you a very angry look. “And here I thought you were here because you just wanted to see me again.” Well, that was another reason. “What makes you think that I would just stop fighting the Empire?”“Because they’ll kill you,” you say.“And kill me they’re perfectly allowed to,” she says back. “How would I look to the other girls if I were to bow to Imperial superiority. And yes, I admit they are superior. But Mandalorian fighting spirit is not just about winning a fight, it is about –the- fight. I will not negotiate this,” she says.“Please,” you say. She tilts her head, quirking her brow. “I beg you, you have to consider this. At least think about the girls serving you too.” She looks over at Erma, Lima, and Uggla, who all three shake their heads.Vizsla however sighs, rubbing her chin. “I will give it a moment’s thought. Erma.” Erma clicks her heels, standing at attention. “Power up the medical droid, see about making Rhys’ arm more presentable.” Erma nods, taking your wrist. “Your crew are free to explore as well if they wish.” Whisper folds her arms, glaring at Lima.> “Um, can Whisper come with us?”> “Whisper, don’t do anything stupid.”> “Well, see you all.”> Other
>>46144052>> “Um, can Whisper come with us?”> Other. "Can I put a blaster in my arm?"
>>46144052>“Um, can Whisper come with us?”We should probably mention that they'll (try to) kill Rhys too if the Furies don't comply.
>>46144052>> “Um, can Whisper come with us?”
>>46144124Not sure they'll care too much. I rather appeal into wanting a good fight but their is a difference between a fight and a slaughter.
>>46144124that's a good point. The girls tend to like Rhys, now that he's stopped being a complete prick to them, they'd feel sad if he was forced to get a Dooku Haircut.
>>46144052>>46144100A pew pew attachment does sound fun.
Godammit guys we are actually going to keep serving the empire? Rhys was free now we are making him into some petty servant.
>>46144345a B2 blaster would be sexy>>46144379we do this, then run off with the furies.sounds like fun, I think.
>>46144345>>46144405But we're getting synthskin. That'll tear the skin every time we fire the gun.
>>46144405It's a hell of an adventure though it is smart to get them off Rieks radar, we convince them to stop raiding then leave with them.
>>46144463we can tell Reike that, since he's so concerned about the Furies' activities, we'll be staying with their fleet to monitor their activities.>>46144457but it will be so worth the surprise...
>>46144510We need some sort of snappy remark, the we gtfo. It's less costly to be a freelancer that a rebel or empire puppet.
>>46144457Maybe have and opening just for the blaster beam to come out.
>>46144379One last job to make sure that Reike doesn't want to kill us and to protect the Furies. We're not free yet by a long shot.
>>46144607We are free whenever we say we are free, none of this one more job crap we convince the furoes to top raiding and leave with them. Rhys can be chased and hunted but that only makes his freedom more valuable. Time to cash out and work freelance.
> “Um, can Whisper come with us?”“Do you mind if I bring Whisper with me?” you say. Erma looks at you strangely with her one good eye and her cybernetic one as well. “You know, whole Mandalorian vs. Echani thing. I don’t think it’s a good idea to leave her alone.” You see sparks fly right between Lima and Whisper.And to that, Erma agrees. “Good idea,” says Erma.--You sit at a table, letting the medical droid apply a layer of synthskin over your cybernetic arm. Whisper watches from the corner, her feet planted squarely and her arms folded on her chest. She looks as if she’s preparing for someone to start something. Erma sits next to you on the table, supervising the process as she goes through a holopad. Truth be told, this synthskin feels barely noticeable. Hopefully you’ll get some feeling back in this arm when it’s finished. “So, Erma. How have things been since I left?”“Fine,” she says coldly. She looks down at you with her cybernetic eye. “We’ve recruited more members to the cause, and not just that, we’ve replenished our fighter count as well. But the idea that we’d suddenly disband or stop fighting the Empire would render all of this meaningless.”“Well, I’m sorry,” you say.“Warmaster Vizsla admires you, adores you even,” Erma growls. “The only thing I ask of you is that you not take advantage of her kindness to you. The Furies here respect you and know you to be a relatively good man. But, Rhys.” She jabs you in the chest, squinting deeply at you. “I know you for what you are.”[1.2]
>>46144801[2/2]You smirk. “A really handsome man with a silver tongue?” She rolls her eyes. “Come on. Things change, Erma. You’re still mad about what happened?”“If you think for a second that everything between us can be magically solved with conversation, you’re wrong. If anything, this issue is bringing the old days back to light.” She cocks her head. “How correct would I be in stating that maybe bringing us down would be some cowardly way of ensuring your own survival?”“I don’t think that’s fair.” The medical droid finishes the initial gel layer, and sets about drying it to feel like proper skin.She scoffs. And for a few minutes the two of you remain in silence as the skin dries. She nudges you with her elbow however, pointing to Whisper as she glares at the both of you. “So how did you earn the respect of this Echani? They don’t normally travel with the likes of outsiders.”> Charisma: “Maybe she just likes me.”> Intelligence: “She’s not your average Echani.”> Skill: “Skill mostly.”
>>46144823>> Intelligence: “She’s not your average EchaniShe was betrayed by her own kind try to be nice to her she isn't a bad person.
>>46144823>Skill: “Skill mostly.”
>>46144823>> Charisma: “Maybe she just likes me.”
>>46144823>> Intelligence: “She’s not your average Echani.”
>>46144787You are forgetting how good those inquisitors are at tracking us down. Last time we had our ship shooting at one and he was still kicking our butts. The only reason we survived that was because Reike stepped in and saved us.We need to make sure Reike won't want to kill us or those inquisitors are going to finally get their chance at us.
>>46144823>Intelligence: “She’s not your average Echani.”She was left to die by her former kin.
>>46144823>I merely extended a hand to her when no one else did.
>>46144919Then next time we shoot him from the ship, Reike said we were his like property. The only way out is to leave otherwise Rhys will basically be a slave so we stop the furies from raiding Reikes sector of space then go with them. Rhys won't comply with Riekes lets just run for it and do freelance work to get by.
>>46144823Supporting this>>46144956Damn puns I can't resist.
>>46144919For real men it's better to die free than live as a slave.
>>46145072The last job is getting the Furies to stop being pirates and raid the Empire's stuff. We get them to stop and then we finally collect the aurodium that has been converted to credits from Reike, and then we retire out of the life of scum and villainy and into the life of a Nerf Herder.
>>46145142I'd rather live the good life with the billions of credits we should be collecting.Reike treated us fairly, not as a slave, and honestly. We're the ones that have been screwing him over at every turn. He pays us for our work and even offered bonus incentives.Never once did he put us in chains. He gave us work and the option to take it or leave it. We could have walked away from any of the jobs he offered us. We freely choose to take on each and every job he gave us.
>>46145167Read the last thread he is holding it in trust and with probably give it in a monthly allowance to keep track of Rhys. The money is gone idiots basically gave it to the empire. Do you really think Rhys can retire? He would just get bored and go back to merc work just to keep busy.
>>46145259HE'S EVIL AND HE TOOK RHYS'S ARM!
>>46145259He forced to do this job, not all chains are physical he has minions to try and keep Rhys in line. Rieke asks then tells to make it look like Rhys had a choice. Learn when to stop digging we have dug a deep enough hole as is.
> Intelligence: “She’s not your average Echani.”“She’s not your average Echani. She was abandoned by her sisters, I extended a helping hand to her. Now she’s here,” you say.Erma folds her arms, looking at you skeptically. “Is it not because she’s a girl?” You tilt your head. Excuse me? “I’ve seen that type of ilk before, it’s how we Furies operate from time to time. Very few can resist the allure of assisting a damsel in distress.”“She is nothing like that,” you say. “You should see her fight, it’s brutal.” Erma nods, taking your word for it.The medical droid taps your shoulder. “The process is complete. Your new skin should feel just like the old.” You bring up your right arm, and indeed you feel it up. Very soft to the touch, almost like a baby’s skin. A few years of rough work will smooth it out though. “That will be 10 credits.”“What?” you ask.Erma kicks the medical droid. “Stop charging people for medical services, just because we stole you from a Zygerrian slaver ship doesn’t mean you get to charge people for it,” she says. The droid lowers his head, shamed.You stand up, grinning. “Well then, I should…”> “… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”> “… meet with Warmaster Vizsla. She’s probably had enough time to think it over.”> “… talk things over with you Erma. What say we can’t try to smooth things over between us?”> Other
>>46145409>> “… talk things over with you Erma. What say we can’t try to smooth things over between us?>Ask Whisper if she wants some skin?I mean i kind of want to help her with that issue.
>>46145409> “… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”
>>46145409> “… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”While this is happening tell Erma all or bullshit is finally catching up with us.
>>46145409>> “… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”>> “… talk things over with you Erma. What say we can’t try to smooth things over between us?”I rather the Warmaster sit on this more. not to mention we can pay for the service for the skin, we have the credits for now.
>>46145409>> “… meet with Warmaster Vizsla. She’s probably had enough time to think it over.”loli warmaster a best
>>46145539She is not a loli though.
>>46145286 GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M1 03/11/16(Fri)00:06:36 No.45933633>>459335301. Reike's not a guy who leaves loose ends. It's why he shot down all of those escape pods during the Clone Wars or keeps a massive blockade around Alpheridies to keep people from coming in. It really depends on how the relationship is voided.2. The payout for the aurodium is in, but Reike is keeping it for now in a bank account for you and it is ready for you in the event that you want to retire.He won't allow it in the middle of a mission though.We tell him we want to retire and we get our money. Simple as that. No monthly allowance bs to screw us over. He is playing it straight and GS even says so.>>46145288We lied to him on 3 different occasions.GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M1 03/11/16(Fri)00:11:50 No.45933719File: 1456251290541.jpg (300 KB, 1596x2394)>>459336811. If you had told him the truth, he wouldn't have cut your arm off and may have been more reasonable about the mission's parameters.A little honesty would've kept our arm attached. and we are lucky he didn't kill someone that betrayed him 3 times. That is a lot of leniency from a guy that genocides people to ensure a complete win.>>46145372He chose us because we are close to the Furies and gave us the option of convincing them to stop pirating. He could have easily said No and that their complete destruction is the only option. But Reike gave us the chance to do things our way. He could easily have sent someone else but chose us because it gives us the chance to find a better way.We already screwed over Reike 3 times. We screw him over one more time and he really will take the gloves off and bring us and everyone else around us down in a blaze of glory. It's not digging, it's trying to climb out of the hole we dug for ourselves.
>>46145598he's FUCKING EVILEVIL
>>46145598You need a thesis for that and an annotated bibliography. While you are at it could you link the part where he cuts off Rhys arm and says you are mine?
>>46145598>It's not digging, it's trying to climb out of the hole we dug for ourselves.Or we could dig a side tunnel and find another route out by walking away.
>>46145690>Something somethingIt's perfectly reasonable because other evil people would just kill him!
>>46145693To be fair even he admits Rhys has to stop digging down.
>>46145727Other evil people so you admit Rieke is evil? Also why not find a good employer that would just fire us instead?
>>46145765I was being sarcastic. I think we should get the fuck out. The general argument from the people you're arguing with is, "B-but he didn't kill us!"
>>46145847it's the old abused housewife syndrome. "It's my fault""He didn't hurt me that bad""He'll kill me if I leave"
>>46145847Sorry about that, their arguements are so absurd its hard to tell who is sarcastic and who is autistic.
>>46145690 GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M1 03/10/16(Thu)22:57:57 No.45932452> “Me!”He kneels down next to you. “Listen, and listen well. I offer you credits, you do what I say. That is the simplest thing in this galaxy. And I fail to understand why you find the need to make it so difficult. So let me make this as clear and as dumbed down as your pathetic mind will allow. When I give you the money, you start working for me.” He roughly taps you on the cheek. “That means you work for –me-.” He points to himself. “That means, I own you. You do as I say.”“You- you’re crazy!” you say out of shock.“No, I’m smart, unlike you.” He stands up, looking down on you. “And unlike you, I have principles, you may not agree with them but they are principles all the same. You, Rhys, are making this incredibly difficult for yourself. Just take the money and do the job. What is so hard about that?” You groan in pain, cradling yourself as you curl up. He places his hands on his hips. “And for the record, if you had at least admitted that you were sabotaging me, I wouldn’t have cut your arm off.”“Wh- why all this!?” you scream.Translation: We have a contractual obligation, where you agree to do a job within a set of parameters. You fail to live up to your end of the bargain, I have the right to demand reparations. I didn't see the part where he says "You are mine." Please actually take the time to go over the material, instead of basing it off of memory.>>46145663And somehow he has yet to just kill us and make things easier for himself.>>46145693Inquisitors that have a 100% chance to track us down and kill us.>>46145765Because we ran to him to get away from Lotte, when she was trying to "mold" us into the perfect Imperial peon.
>>46145995>Inquisitors that have a 100% chance to track us down and kill us.Inquisitors will be an issue whether or not Reike is at the helm.
>>46145995>I own you. You do as I say.”
>>46145409>“… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”> “… talk things over with you Erma. What say we can’t try to smooth things over between us?”Honestly we need to find some way that the Furies will agree to stop preying on Imperial shipping, otherwise the Empire is going to crush them. The Furies may want to die in glorious battle, but Rhyse doesn't want to see that happen.
>>46146135Mandos are selfish when it comes to battle.
>>46146048>When I give you the money, you start working for me.” He roughly taps you on the cheek. “That means you work for –me-.” He points to himself.Look at the whole thing for full context. Not just the one line.>>46146019But with Reike not wanted us dead, they are less inclined to go after us. Kinda like the time he saved us from the one that can deflect turbo laser fire with his lightsaber.
>>46145995That doesn't look annotated to me. The inquisitors will hunt us no matter what and we can kill them while flying don't just say it's impossible and give up. Its only impossible to beat the inquisitors if we believe we can't. Why do we have to work for a genocidal maniac? Rhys got by without being some weak minion. Just because someone isn't killing you doesn't mean that you should keep working for them. You keep repeating the same autistic points they are cowardice Rhys has a chance to not be some puppet just following orders. Our crew and their lives are at stake either way but i think even they think it's time to go.
>>46146190>>46145995>>46145598A namefag AND an idiot who wants us to be an imperial lapdog. Wow, I guess co-morbidity really is a thing.
>>46146190In the full context he seems to believe that a contractual agreement gives him ownership of a person. I get that he's not happy with the situation but in no context is cutting off a mans arm acceptable.
>>46146135Use the Credits from selling the Aurodium and hire them out as personal bodyguards. Have them use their pay to create a legit mercenary group.
>>46146199>i think even they think it's time to go.EVERYONE thinks it's time to go. Even Vikker wants out.
>>46146234But Reike wants them gone, having them as a mercenary group won't work because it goes against Reike's orders.
>>46145995Some women have husbands that beat them sober and others have husbands that kill them. Lucky me my husband only beats me when i mess up or he is drunk. Thats what you sound like, we know you are afraid but there is more to fear is staying than leaving there isn't anything Rieke won't do to hurt Rhys if he screws up.
> “… let Whisper get some skin. She could use some of it.”You look over at Whisper, who continues to stare at the two of you in some guarding manner. “Whisper. Maybe you’d like to get some skin too to help cover things up.” She quirks her brow, confused. “It’s synthskin, it covers up your robotic limbs to help you look more human.”Whisper stands up, and walks over to the medical droid. “What is this? Some sort of trick? I’ve never heard of synthskin.” She looks over at Erma. “Is this how you Mandalorians hide away your scars?”Erma folds her arms. “No, but it helps us look pretty even when we get scars.” She points to her cybernetic eye. “Case in point.” Whisper looks over at the droid, then back at Erma. “For you, it’ll only take a few minutes. You’ll have to strip though.” Whisper glares intensely at Erma.You smirk. “Don’t worry, Whisper. Erma doesn’t bite.”…“Oh you two want me to leave, okay then.”Erma leads Whisper behind some shrouds, then shutters them around Whisper. The medical droid wheels itself in, right as Whisper starts dropping her clothes. Erma looks over at you, folding your arms, watching you as you see Whisper unwrap herself for the benefit of that medical droid. Hm, probably not much to see with Whisper.You groan. There’s a sudden pain in your head. “Something wrong?” asks Erma. You sit down again, groaning as you hold your head. God… what the-… Erma sits down next to you, holding your shoulder. “It must be just a side effect of the synthskin adjusting to your regular skin. I’ll get some meds for you.” She stands up and heads to one of the drawers by one of the beds.[1/2]
>>46146199And it would be much simpler to make sure they are not chasing us in the first place. Why pointlessly risk getting them on our tail?And it is just one last job, which we are already doing anyway. Get the Furies to not be a target for the Empire to want to kill and we're done. We collect our money and retire somewhere where we're safe and away from all the Empire vs Rebels business until it all blows over.>>46146258It doesn't mean have them killed.
>>46146316[2/2]Funny, you don’t feel like anything is wrong and yet… You rub your temples, the pain starts to slowly subside. Erma offers you a few painkillers, and you pass it off. It’s already gone in just a few minutes.Then, stepping into the room now is Warmaster Vizsla. “Rhys.” She smiles at you. “I see your new arm is just as handsome as you are.” You nod back. “Where’s the Echani?” Erma points behind the shroud, where a loud mechanical whining is heard as Whisper receives her new skin. “Right, Rhys. This decision isn’t one I can really make lightly.”“Why not?” you ask.“The Empire does all it can to keep Mandalore down,” she says. “It turns into slaves through its Academies, and those who cannot conform are either killed, or forced to become the living stereotype of Mandalorian bounty hunter.” You nod slowly. “How would the Furies look, not just as one House but as many clans come together, if it were to just surrender itself and disappear?”“So you’re not going to stop?” you ask.She folds her arms, looking to you with some element of understanding. “I would love to hear how you would keep the Furies alive. I will not disband my girls and leave them to become mindless mercenaries and hired hench.”> “You have to disband. That’s the meat of it.”> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”> “I have no real ideas for you, I’m sorry.”> Other
>>46146218>I get that he's not happy with the situation but in no context is cutting off a mans arm acceptable.What about disintegration? Because, Rhyse was sabotaging government projects and execution is the standard punishment for treason. I think you forget that Rhyse would have been killed by any other past employer and was aiding and abetting terrorists and rebels. You would have preferred the other punishments that any other reasonable person would have levied?
>>46146333>“Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”...With me?
>>46146272I'm not saying we keep staying with Reike. I'm saying we save the Furies, as the part of the option on how to make the Furies gone from being the torn on the Empire's side, and retire. We avoid further business with the Empire and Rebels and just retire.
>>46146339When was Rhys ever directly assisting the Zann Cartel?
>>46146339Yeah he would be killed as a whistle blower in a totaliterian regime use to genocide murder and oppression.
>>46146333>Psychic headache warningI've got a bad feeling about this...> Other. "Leave Imperial space? Start going after Rebels instead? Vizla, if you don't stop or do something else, Reike's gonna kill you, your girls, my crew, and me. If they capture any of us alive, it's going to be 'round the clock torture sessions until we die."
>>46146333> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”I'll join you in it i need a new job anyway.
>>46146333> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”>> OtherYou could work for me as my personal bodyguards. I've come across a lot of credits that I'll be cashing in soon.
>>46146333> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work? Or.. you could all pillage a few places in wild space?>>46146339I'd honestly not think of him insane if he had sentenced Rhys to death or summary execution.The whole problem is that we're working for him. We do not jive with his actions/methodology. If we did we'd still have our goddamn arm. This wouldn't even be an issue. It's a bad fit. We shouldn't be working for him.
>>46146333>OtherThere are other places and governments to prey on. The Hapes Cluster, for instance. And places in Wild Space. This is an opportunity to train the Furies, get battle experience and more equipment, and to bring a bigger hammer to the fight against the Empire later.
>>46146451We tell Riker we're retiring and hiring the Furies to take us on a crusade of the wild sectors?
>>46146382Rieke will continue to pull Rhys out of retirement to do his bidding stop being a lap dog have some dignity. Also I don't want such a anti climactic ending that ends in the MC being a total coward and giving uphis freedom to be somwones bitch. It's better to have Rhys die with glory than waste away a slave.
>>46146408I'm pretty certain Eudora and her crew count as rebels. We gave her info on where the Katana fleet is and later helped her sink the Force harvester.In most modern nations, that would be treated as aided and abetting a terrorist.
>>46146333>> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”
>>46146333> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”>Or make a name for yourself in wild space.As you are right now, the Imperial will not defeat you but destroy you, there's a difference between a fight and a massacre, you need to play the long game here..
>>46146492We tell Reiker that the Furies are giving up piracy and becoming a legit mercenary group. We then turn around and be their first customer by hiring them to be our bodyguards.
>>46146512So keeping a weapon of mass destruction out of the hands of a bloodthirsty killer is terrorism? If that is what a terrorist is then who are the bad guys?
>>46146474This is good. Convince them to cut their teeth on other things.
>>46146408>ZannWhat? No, not them. Rhyse helped the Rebels. As in, gave them the coordinates to the Katana Fleet and made sure they got a head start. Then there's directly assisting Rebels to drop Force Harvester into a sea trench and letting them get away (actually lettin them get away, not them slipping through our grasp).
I think the inquisitors might have tapped onto our location and will send the imperial fleet on our asses.
>>46146569>then who are the bad guys?Black Sun and the Zann Consortium, as the first two. Then there are the rebels that kill civilians and bomb civilian cities because they live under the Empire. Take your pick, there's a lot of groups that commit mass murder in this galaxy.
>>46146585Because the way we did things kept deadly weapons from tyrants
>>46146666And we didn't give any of them WMDs just because lots of people are mass killing doesn't make it okay.
>>46146498But what does Rhys want? He's already indoctrinated to fear the Empire. Telling him to fight back against Reike, you might as well say you want him to go full Rebel while you are at it.>>46146569What anon said on >>46146666
>>46146587Possible butvwe cant do anything anout it. IC, we still dont know that rhys is force sensitive yet. It might even be that alot of people died. It might possibly be the test firing of DS1 on the prison colony.
>>46146736Fight back against the empire? Nah. Run from it because is scares him and just cut off his arm? Sure.
>>46146736The Empire is run by a SITH LORD! It's EVIL!Besides, Rhys has worked with Rebels before, even for his own goals. He's not as indoctrinated as you have convinced yourself he is, Schteel has said as much. Losing his arm and the constant hunt for super weapons has done a bit to shake that faith, on top of being kicked out of the academy.
>>46146806>Rhys has worked with Rebels before, even for his own goalsThe only time he worked with Rebels was to sink the Force Harvester. He sold the location of the Katana Fleet to the Rebels, but only because it was Eudora that was asking. Any other Rebel he would have refused. That's, at best, two times.
>>46146736I would rather none got the WMD even the good guys the empire is evil and while Rhys is no rebel he can resist all the others did if even his own class mates could resist so can he. Instead of being a rebel why not freelance mercenary work?
>>46146806The Jedi allowed the Republic to stagnate and become corrupt. They're evil.>>46146795And go out in a blaze of glory; Taking Whispher, Misri, Kuvasz, Vikker, the furies and our Zygerrian merchant friend down with us.Cause they'll be in the line of fire too; when Reike comes after us. Rhys needs to consider that too. Because Reike is not the kind of person to leave loose ends to run free.
>>46146947>The Jedi allowed the Republic to stagnate and become corrupt. They're evil.solid response, Anakin. tell me more about sand while you're at it.
>>46146900>why not freelance mercenary work?Because to the Rebels, if you're not a member of the Alliance, you're a collaborator. If you take a contract for the Empire, you're hated by everyone. If you take a job for one of the cartels, they own you because the others will want to kill you.
>>46146333>You've brought alot of heat on yourself, you could hold off for a year or two, then go from there. Who knows maybe merc-work will get you closer to your goal faster than you think. Anyway their gunning for you now and their not push overs.
>>46146976As they said before, to the Mandalorians, it's not about winning the battle, it's about the battle itself. Telling them it's a fight they can't win or to lay low isn't going to work. You need to give them something they actually will respond to, such as convincing them that a bigger, more glorious battle will come their way if they gather up more fighters and warships elsewhere than in Imperial space.
>>46146975Going freelance in the Star Wars universe fucking sucks.
>>46146900The mercenary work is what I'm saying we should get the Furies to get into, AFTER we get our money. Rhy's can be the money bags that finances their mercenary work but we'll need Vizla to be the face of the company, because we are supposed to be retired and to avoid sticking the company with the hate that Rhys has going against him.
>>46147039Well yes. The only way to survive being freelance is by being a cold-blooded killer who'll kill anybody for te right price. That's the only way to get the cartels to respect your autonomy, is that your loyalty is to the almighty credit andrefore is always negotiable. Since some people feel that being Bobba Fett or any other mercenary bounty hunter and contract killer is too boring, we won't be much of a freelancer.
> “Maybe you uh… should go into mercenary work?”Warmaster Vizsla stares at you. “… didn’t I just say I don’t want to go into mercenary work?”“Look, hear me out.” She nods, motioning for you to continue. “If you legitimize, maybe things will go alright. Other people will hire you to target other people instead of Imperial targets. Admiral Reike maybe will let that slide as long as you aren’t attacking Imperial shipments. And hey, maybe you can work for me. I’m coming on a big payday you know,” you say.She folds her arms, squinting at you. “Really.”You shrug. “Whether you believe it or not. Look, it’s either that, you face… you face death okay? Admiral Reike’s fleet is better than yours. He has numbers, has the tech, he’ll bury you.” Erma looks over at you, crossing her arms as she listens to you. “If you become private mercs, well, all you have to do then is target the right kind of people, make easy money, there you go. And hey, if you ever want to go back to pirating, I hear the Hapes Cluster might be good.”Warmaster Vizsla mulls over it, rubbing her chin. She looks to Erma, who gives a simple shrug of the hand. “And what would happen to you if we were to suddenly become mercenaries?”You shrug again. “I stop working for the Empire. I’m done with it hopefully. Honestly, I’d love to just retire and stop worrying about it. Maybe occasionally I’ll find something for somebody but big contracts are probably a no-go.”Warmaster Vizsla nods slowly. “Perhaps we should discuss this more in my quarters. This is obviously something that requires more thought.” She looks over at Erma. “Erma. Will you be okay?” She nods. “Good. Rhys, follow me.” She turns around and leads you on.[1/2]
>>46147243[2/2]--You hold a cup of tea in your hands as you sit on Vizsla’s incredibly soft bed. It’s all been repaired since the little incident the last time you were aboard. Warmaster Vizsla places the plates of her armor upon an armor rack next to a full length mirror, standing now only in the dark undersuit of it. “You’re scared, aren’t you?”“What?” you ask.She picks up her own tea and motions for you to drink. You take a sip. “You’re scared. Scared of the Empire. Scared of the Empire taking not just your life but everything you know and love. You’ve been indoctrinated to think that they’re invincible, like it or not.”You shake your head. What is this? “The Empire has no limits. They have no lines to cross.”“Well, then there’s the Rebellion, who draw that line,” she says. “And stand firmly upon it, even if it costs them their life.”“I didn’t come here to be called a coward,” you say. “Why am I here?”She folds her arms, smiling at you. “I believe firmly that you have the heart of a Mandalorian in you, Rhys.” She taps your chest. “It just needs some encouragement to come out as all. You care deeply for your crew, as do I. We are not so different you and I.” She sits down next to you, placing her hand on your arm, your cybernetic arm. “You have done the Furies a service, you and Kuvasz, saving me from the Crusader, saving me from myself. I wish to repay that. Name anything and I will do my best to give it to you.”> “You.”> “Safety from the Empire.”> “For you to stop attacking the Empire.”> Other
>>46147272>> OtherYou and your girls being safe.Apply headpats to the littlest mando
>>46147272>> OtherYou need to do whatever is in your best interest to survive. Either stop attacking the Empire, or go somewhere else, or something.
>>46147272>> “Safety from the Empire.”>For the Furies to be safe.
>>46147272>>46147300This, maybe safety from the empire too but mostly for them to be safe.
>>46147272> “You.”> “Safety from the Empire.”For the Furies to be safe.
>>46147354No! Bad anon! Dicks down~!
>>46147272>“Safety from the Empire.”> OtherFor you and the girls to be safe. You're honestly some of the only friends I have left in the galaxy.
>>46147367Goddamit, Ken this is not anonkun. Be serious here.
Anyone else feel like Kenshinchii is actively trying to run the quest into the ground?
>>46147421Nah, he rarely participates and anons done enough already.
>>46147421only, like, one other anon is drinking the same kool-aid, no worries.
>>46147421Doesn't matter.Everyone has their opinion but Rhys has already stated IC his preferred course of action in the future.For better or for worse, we're out of the empire bed.
>>46147421Ever considered the possibility I'm trying to save Rhy's life and the life of the people around him?>>46147391Sorry about that. Head cannon got the better of me there.
>>46147330>>46147367Safety from the Empire is asking for the Furies to protect us. that puts them firmly in the crosshairs of the Empire and Reike. That's the opposite of keepin the Furies safe. Were you not listening?
>>46147484More like trying to roll out of the Empire bed without busting our knee. That shit hurts.
>>46147513Well shit.>>46147272>>46147300Then this is just fine.
>>46147272>“For you to stop attacking the Empire.”It keeps Rhyse safe, it takes the bullseye off of the Furies, and Rhyse can collect that auridium haul's payout.
>>46147513...ok...I see that I misinterpreted that part.I'll change my vote to:> “For you to stop attacking the Empire.”
> “For you to stop attacking the Empire.”“For you stop attacking the Empire, just stop it.” She looks at you, saddened by that proposal. “I want you girls to be safe, okay? You’ve done a lot, the Empire’s gonna come knocking on your door. And I’d hate to lose you all. I know what I’ve done to you can’t be forgiven but let me at least try and keep you guys safe, just so I can say I tried to do right by you all.”She gives you a good long look, then nods. “Very well. I’ll see what I can do.” She stands up, sighing deeply. “Rhys. The Mandalorian way is that we fight not just to win, but we fight to challenge ourselves, to challenge others. How can we say that we’re the best the galaxy has to offer if we so willingly step aside for someone else?”“That’s not for me to say,” you say. “Sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.”“A wise saying,” she says. “I will-“ The door into Vizsla’s quarters slides open, and there Erma stands. “… Erma, I thought I said I did not want to be interrupted.”“It’s the Zygerrian,” says Erma. “She requests your presence.” Jennis? What happened? “She’s brought with her some friends.”[1/2]
>>46148052[2/2]--Eudora lies on the bed, breath mask over her mouth, her eyes shut. Her waist is bandaged up, with some tears in her flight suit revealing deep cuts and bloody bruises. Jacko sits next to her, holding her hand. Jennis addresses you, and your crew, and the Furies. “They came to me in a busted up X-Wing. Erm.” Jennis bites her lip, twiddling her fingers a bit. “I didn’t have any medical supplies so here we are in your medbay.”You walk up to Jacko. “What happened?” you ask.He looks up, crushed. “The Empire found us and the Mon Calamari refugees. The commander insisted we stay and defend, but there were too many. Wyrs and Jessie were killed,” he says. “I pulled Eudora into my X-Wing, had to fly the gravity well gauntlets, managed to find this scavver here.”Misri nurses a bleeding nose, looking at Jacko. “Wh- what about the Force Harvester?” What happened to her nose? Misri looks paler, as if she’s seen a ghost. “Wh-… did they find it?”“We have to assume for the timebeing.” He nods. “Yes. They did. We left before we could confirm it but he had AT-AT swimmers getting crushed down in those depths looking for that thing. He definitely wasn’t giving up.”Warmaster Vizsla nods. “We will nurse your Commander back to health, then send you on your way.” Jacko nods, still clutching Eudora’s hand.> Sit down with Jacko and Eudora. Things do not look well.> Talk with Jennis, nice to see her again.> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.> Other
>>46148075>> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.she probably felt the Harvester getting used, much more keenly than Rhys did.
>>46148075>> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.
>>46148075> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.
Well shit. We felt that.
Oh god. Rhys never liked the idea of this type of weapon being used on civies.Now hes learned that the Empire has found the superweapon and has probably used it on a civilian population.Odds on Rhys doing some sort of internal sabotage to get the subjugator to hyperspace into a star is getting very very high.
Well it seems Eudora and Jacko are a thing.
>>46148075>What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.
>>46148075>> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.Didn't super tacbot turned the Force Harvester on, when we were on the Subjugator? What if the thing didn't get turned off, when we sank it, and it is expanding its absorbing range?
awww, they kileld the Inthorian and the 12 year old.I almost feel bad about it.
>>46148075> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.So, you Empire supporters done now? They've hurt everyone close to Rhys. Can he finally grow a set and see that they need to be stopped?
>>46148547They like Rhys being hurt they want some abuse victim that will only take it.
> What happened to Misri? She doesn’t look so fine.You step up to Misri. “Misri, what’s wrong?” She looks over at you, hugging yourself. You step closer, wrapping your arm around her and leading her to a chair. You sit down with her. “What happened to you?”She rubs her nose a little, shrugging. “I don’t know, I just… I kind of collapsed like a little while ago. Kuvasz found me just lying there. And…” She rubs her head, looking at you. “Rhys. It felt like… I don’t know. Like, a lot of people just died. A lot of people.”You lean back a bit. “So, is this another Force thing?”“I think so,” she says desperately. Great, more Force shenanigans. “Rhys, hear me out. What- what if the Force is telling me something, what if its telling me that a lot of people just up and died somewhere and-““Misri.” You hold up your hand. She stops talking, depressed by your interruption. “Look. Maybe you just had a bad breakfast this morning or something, or maybe… maybe you caught a cold.” She stares at you, indignant. “Look. Whatever it is, you don’t look well. You should probably see to a Doctor.”“I concur.” Kuvasz steps up to you two. “Misri, you should get some rest back on the ship. Sleep it off. We’ll call you if we need you.” Misri nods slowly, rubbing her head. Kuvasz folds his arms as he watches her go. “You realize that it was actually the Force telling her something, right?”“As if,” you say. “There’s no way something like that happens.”He nods. “Just so you know though. If Admiral Reike does have the Force Harvester.” He places his hands on his hips. “You realize we have to do something, right?” What does he mean? He can’t mean going and fighting it right?> “We run. It’s not our problem.”> “We report to Reike as usual. He’s not going to use it on us.”> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”> Other
>>46148738>> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”
>>46148738> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”
>>46148738>> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”>> Other. But I don't like it.
>>46148738>You know if we do this we're going to die right?>Like. I'm not averse to doing something, just going to point out the obvious
>>46148738>> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”Can we punch Kuvasz or something, like in frustration.
>>46148738>“Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”>Met a Jedi Knight personally>Have seen a myriad of Misri's Force tricks>Received a Force Headache>Saw Misri's Force Nosebleed>Still a Force denierBRUV
>>46148738>> Other>>46148798"You do know if he really does have the Force Harvester and we do this; we're going to die, right?"I doubt that the Admiral managed to get the Force Harvester and get it running to soon. The Rebs that were there said that they saw the AT-AT swimmers not being able to make it that far down.
>>46148738>Other"Maybe. But that comes AFTER I get the money from Reike and I tell him I'm going to retire in Wild Space. "I want my money, and IF you're going to drag me into a fight against the Empire, I'm going to do it on my terms and them thinking I'm safely out of the picture. I'm not a Mandalorian, Kuszva, I take all the underhanded advantages I can take, and then some."
>>46148761>>46148774>>46148784>>46148796>>46148798>>46148815>>46148817>>46148866You know we can do something other than simply agree with him, right?Like tell him we've got our own priorities?Vikker is going to be outraged, of course. "If you wanted to be a good guy, you should have joined up with the Rebellion," is probably what he'd say.
>>46149193I know but what choice do we have at this point ?I mean I don't like the rebellion but the fucking super weapon is going to screw us all
>>46149133>>Other>"Maybe. But that comes AFTER I get the money from Reike and I tell him I'm going to retire in Wild Space.I like this one better. Seconding this so that we can actually investigate what really happened.
>>46149255And the more Reike uses the Force Harvester, the worse Rhys's headaches are going to get.
>>46149255There's not agreeing with the Mandalorian, who likes to tackle problems head on, when our opponent outnumbers and outguns us. And honestly, if we're going to be aiding the Rebels (because that's how the rest of the galactic underworld will see it since we're not doing it for money or for one of the cartels), we need to come up with an exit strategy or accept that we're going to be working for the Rebels whether we like it or not. Though it seems that quite a few players would like that.
Rhys can't just stand by and let Rieke kill worlds and his friends stop being cowards when someone hits you hit back.
>>46149357Ok so we form a plan involving us formally joining up with the rebellion
>>46149357Rhys obviously doesn't have a plan, especially since this all came on such short notice. Rhys was prepared to walk away, but now the Harvester being active changes things.
>>46149357Rhys is a patriot, one who works to keep safe the empire and its people.An empire that willingly uses such weapons on a civilian population is not a government he would support.
> “Yeah, I think I do know what you mean.”“Yeah. I do.” You sigh. “But listen, Kuvasz. That’ll come after I get my money and after we settle things. I’m not going to be dragged into some battle of wills.” You tap him on the armor, glaring up at him. “I’m just some regular criminal scum, Kuvasz. That means I don’t play fair.”He nods. “Fair enough. You are the Captain. We’ll do this by your rules.” You better. You’re not having some paladin come in and steal your thunder. Not after having to convince the Furies to give up on Imperial piracy.Vikker comes over. “Hey, what’s the word?” The two of you look at him, knowingly. “… we’re not seriously going to. Are we?”“Look,” you say. “I’m going to report back to Reike. If he gives us the money, I’m retiring. I’m done with this kind of work.”“But risking our lives trying to…” The three of you look over at Warmaster Vizsla and company standing over Jacko and Eudora. “To do this? We can’t! They’ll kill us!”“It’s better to die free than to live your life as a slave to fear,” says Kuvasz. “But ultimately it is up to Rhys to let us know how we proceed with this. First question I have, do we involve the Furies in this?”> “Yes.”> “No.”> Other
>>46149445>> “No.”We can keep a lower profile with a smaller group.
>>46149445>> OtherLet's get a better picture of what's going on first. It's not too late to decide on anything, after we get our money first.
How many ships do they have since the last time we saw them?Is it different then the Pastebin?>OtherOffer Vikker a way out, he doesn't have to do this. He's been good to us, so if he wants off now, that's fine.
>>46149445>I'd rather not, but if I will if I have too.>Vikker, you're implying I'll play fair. You should know better of all people.
>>46149445>ask Vizla, but make it clear this isn't something where the Furies can go off half cocked
>>46149497Yeah, Vikker can leave if he wants to. Remind him that we'll be paying him if we pull it off though
>>46149445>NoReike would see it coming. He knows how criminal scum thinks, and he's VERY good at discerning true intentions. This "retirement" of Rhyse's has to be real for Reike to lower Rhyse's threat level. And personally, I would rather do what Vikker suggests and actually walk away from this. All that freedom has done for the galaxy is get billions killed and entire planets turned to cinders.
>>46149540But then Rhys will have to live with migraines for the rest of his life and Misri passing out with nosebleeds every time the Harvester fires.
>>46149585No he won't. After a while, one of two things will happen; no more Rebellion, meaning that there's nothing to use the Force Harvester against, or the Force Harvester gets destroyed by the Hutt Cartels allying with Black Sun because neither will want an unstoppable Empire that could consider it cheaper and more expedient to kill the criminals instead of paying them off.
So what exactly are we doing right now? I was afk for a bit and the wall of comments is a bit confusing.
>>46149445>> “No.”>> OtherWe should contact the alliance instead for help.
>>46149653Yeah, I think we're reaching the point of no return. We should be expecting a call from Mon Mothma soon.
>>46149652We're going to go back, tell Reike we got the job done, tell him we're retiring, collect our money, and say we're going off to Wild Space to get away from all of this, and him.Most of the other players want us to then sneak back and destroy the Force Harvester, somehow.
>>46149676We go in, sabotage the vessel, have it fly into a sun or something and then the rebels come to extract or give us covering fire?
We need to do something, Rhys helped cause this. We can't just run and hide Rhys has the power to fight he can save lives in the billions.
>>46149715Can you at least come up with a better plan than that?Something that has a better chance of success and that won't have Reike realizing it's Rhyse and then immediately using his knowledge of Rhyse's psychological profile to come up with countermeasures.
>>46149540but how many more billions will be used to die as a result of that machine. I want to walk away, i really do. Just go to wild space with the Furies, shoot the shit with Kuvasz and Vikker, while flirting with Whisper and Misri.But goddamn it, that superweapon.
>>46149771We have to see the actual situation first, there is too little we know right now.
>>46149771There is no plan right now except for rough specifics.All we can do right now is contact the rebellion, see what resources they can provide first before we know what we can do.Also if we're going to sabotage this thing, no way around it, we're gonna get found out and we'll be on the run.
Can we at least wait until we get the full picture of what is really going on, before we decide to charge in guns blazing.It'd be nice if we can at least get our money first, before we do decide on how to handle the Force Harvester and the Rebels.
>>46149917Even Rhys securing his money is up in the air right now.
>>46149843>All we can do right now is contact the rebellion, see what resources they can provide first before we know what we can do.Contact the Rebels how? Through Jacko? Or Eudora, when she wakes up? They were operating cut off and without contact with the other cells, since their fleet got wiped out.At least come up with the idea of getting some plastic surgery and cosmetic cybernetics put in around our eyes, a voice modulator, a dye job, and a new ship, so that we can be Bosche the Bounty Hunter.>>46149917Some people don't even want to try to get the money that would help finance a strike against the Force Harvester.I'm actually starting to think it might be better if we don't go back to Reike for our last payment.These people would screw up the deal somehow so that even if we succeed in destroying the Force Harvester it leaves us penniless.
>>46149970If it really comes down to letting that weapon loose on civilian populations, I think rhys would be pained but willing to let the cash go.>>46150033Theres the thing that if we dont collect, we're the perfect position for a insider strike/sabotage against the subjugator and the attendant fleet.What money do you think you can buy for a strike against that fleet? Against a superweapon that WILL be unleashed on whatever is brought?
> “No.”“No,” you say. You motion for the three of you to walk out of the medbay. “Look.” Once you know you’re out of earshot of Warmaster Vizsla and company, you start walking and talking all the way back to your ship. “The plan is to go back to his fleet. I’ll talk with Admiral Reike. I want to get our money first, and I want to tell him I’m done, I’m out of the game. After that, we can discuss how we want to handle that Force Harvester or whatever we want to do.”Vikker nods. “At least you’re not going in with your heart, you’re going in with your brain. I’ll work with that.”“You don’t have to come, Vik,” you say.“I do,” he says. He punches you gently in the arm. “This is my fault you’re even in this mess, I gotta make it right. Besides, if you die, I’m out of a really good treasure finder.” Fair enough.You arrive at the docking tube leading to your ship. Kuvasz stops before he steps in. “Listen. I’m proud that you’re taking a stand against this. Even if it means your life.” He snaps his finger, giving you an approving nod. “Whatever happens, I’m with you.”“Bah, don’t get so sentimental!” Vikker pushes Kuvasz into the docking tube. Alright, that’s Vikker and Kuvasz. Misri’s already in.But where’s Whisper? “Captain Cykgil.” You turn around.Whisper stands there, her robes underneath her arm. The cybernetic limbs of hers have now been fully cloaked by synthskin. Her once robotic legs are now replaced by heavenly curvy human legs. Her arm is now wrapped up as well, but you can see the pale skin leaking through it. She folds her arms, quickly puffing a loose strand of hair out of her eyes. “Did I miss something.”You nod. “I can explain later. Get aboard.” You smirk a little. “Nice skin though.”“Let’s just get this over with,” she says with a slight blush on her cheeks. You tilt your head to look at her swaying hips and fine rear as she steps past you. Yep, that’s natural. If you die, you’re definitely going to miss that.
>The feels when schteel would rather drive tanks with little girls than save the galaxy.
>>46149917Look if it's life or death the money isn't worth it but otherwise it's worth it.>>46150033Time matters what if he uses the inquisitors to check what rhys has planned.
>>46150069That's it for tonight's Star Wars Fortune Hunter. Unfortunately, I'm not sure if I'll be able to return next weekend due to me heading south to visit family. We'll have to see if I have a spare day to Quest. Hope you all enjoyed otherwise.Follow at: https://twitter.com/GermanSchteelAsk at: http://germanschteel.tumblr.com/See you next time.
Rhys will forever be a poorfag.Universe conspires to keep him poor.
>>46150098thanks for running, Schteel.
>>46150098how does synthskin work? Does it feel like real skin? Can the user feel and touch despite the robotic arm?So does Whisper think of the Furies better now, that they patched her up?
>>46150073Tanks with little girls is far less stressful than saving the Star Wars universe from doomsday.>>46150112On the bright side, Rhys gets to legitimately save the galaxy. Dash Rendar wishes he could be this cool.
>>46150098Thanks for running boss man.
>>46150133http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/SynthskinThere's actually surprisingly very little information on how it works. But I treat it as sort of a duller form of skin. It does feel like real skin, but touch and feel is more... duller. Not sure how to describe it. That's how I write it anyway.As for what Whisper thinks, she mostly thinks of them as "those nice savages."
Before we get anywhere near the imperials we need to stock up on weapons and all.And then stuff a fucking blaster cannon in our arm.
>>46150098Thanks for the thread German. So time for upkeep, any faction changes, upgrades/repairs, etc, etc.
>>46150033Sometimes I wonder if it is just Rebel Anons trying to think of every way to get us to join the Rebellion.>>46150082If we go in with just the intention of getting our money, checking the situation, and leave. What is there for the Inquisitors to work with?This way, we're only going to decide on what to do, AFTER we are out of the Inquisitor's sights.>>46150064Han grabbed the cash reward and still managed to save the Rebellion from Death Star 1. Han set the bar on what can be done.
>>46150172We should play with Whispers new booty. Or thighs. OR whatever.
>>46150172Thanks for running Schteel-senpai!
>>46150200Han had two arms and plot armor. Schteel murders waifus.
>>46150189>And then stuff a fucking blaster cannon in our arm.Not blaster, disruptor.Gotta plan against inquisitors.
>>46150172Is is similar in concept to Luke's replacement hand?
>>46150191There hasn't been any changes besides the addition of synthskin.>>46150207I've been planning to write Whisper smut for a while.>>46150235Sort of.
>>46150200Because han collected from the good guys.We are not collecting from the good guys.Also Han OP.
>>46150064The money can pay for bodysculpting surgery, the necessary bribes and payoffs for services by the Hutts/Black Sun to get us Imperial credentials to get on to whatever ship that Reike put the Force Harvester on, and a slicer droid to help us in the actual strike. >>46150082>if he uses the inquisitors to checkOf course Reike will have the Inquisitors check. We double-crossed and lied to him every single time he sent us on a job. The point is, he'll have his Inquisitors watching us the entire time, so even if we do try to do something when we're there, they'll be there to stop us. He probably has a tracking beacon on our ship, too, since it was in his ship's bay long enough for a tech to have placed one there. So if we start trying to contact Rebel cells for assistance, he'll find out. Come on, use your head a little to plan this out.
>>46150243DO IT! Add misri too while your at it. So are Eudora and Jacko a thing now?Also how did Jessie and Inthorian guy died?
>>46150243Hows that plan on stuffing weapons into arm?Also any chance of getting some beskar garm from the furies?
>>46150227We have a cybernetic arm that might be upgraded to have a weapon attachment at this rate alongside our normal arm.And since we didn't have to roll dice for what we've done and survived a force user. We have some rudimentary form of plot armor.
>>46150263>So if we start trying to contact Rebel cells for assistance, he'll find out.>We're on the furies ship>Still using our own comms equipment to call rebels.>Also assuming we would not have swept our craft for trackers after the previous thread, especially after some anons already asked for that.
>>46150243By the way what does the Furies fleet look like now? They said they added new crew and ships to their fleet, so how is that working for them?Also how are they dealing with Jabba?
>>46150306We still have the private channel Eudora gave us.
>>46150268Jacko keeps the relationship strictly as friends and professional. He doesn't want Eudora rushing in to save him in hopeless situations. He'd definitely do the same for her though.Jessie and Wyrs were killed buying time for Jacko to escape. They were hunted down by the new TIE Defenders.>>46150269Stuffing weapons into the arm can be a thing.As for items from the Furies, they'd be more than happy to give you anything you need that's Mandalorian provided you give it back once you're done.>>46150307It's mostly just new recruits and new Y-Wings. Nothing has changed in the capital ship department.As for Jabba, they've been keeping mobile to avoid his patrols, and especially are keeping out of Hutt Space. Wild Space is sort of the home for the Furies at the moment.
>>46150306Did we get confirmation from German that the ship was swept for bugs?Will we be able to contact any Rebel cells via HoloNet? Undoubtedly some use HoloNet dead drop accounts, but wouldn't most use face-to-face meetings and physical dead drops for making contact?
>>46150243>>46150172I like the idea of artificial skin having a sort of lessened or unnatural sense of tactility rather than being a perfect replacement. It explains why more people don't get cybernetic replacements except when injured despite the fact that they are going to be stronger and more effective than one's natural parts.
>>46150384Can you answer these questions >>46150400
>>46150384Did they lose any ships from wild space or by Jabba?
>>46150384SO i imagine whisper thinks more highly of rhys by helping her with getting synthskin.How did Eudora lose her nose?
>>46150400>>46150466The ship was swept for bugs, none were found.As for contacting Rebel cells, Eudora's channel only extended to Separatist holdouts, of which there are none left.>>46150469Nope
>>46150488Eudora didn't lose her nose what are you talking about anon
>>46150512Oops, I misread Eudora with Misri and assumed she lost it during the fight. My bad.What about the other question about Whisper? Did her opinion of him imrprove or are we treading the similar hero worship, Misri had?and Erma still mad at us? What would have happened if we tried to patch things up with her instead or helping Whisper?
>>461505811. Her opinion of Rhys has always been relatively high, mostly of him as Captain of the ship.2. And yeah, Erma's still mad. You don't exactly let go of that kind of pain in one conversation like she said.
This quest went downhill ever since Anon started being retarded. We had something good back at the start where we were being an imperial-biased vaguely-moral scoundrel. Now it's just kinda...meh. See all this recent hub-bub with Admiral Reike, where we keep screwing him over (despite that *always* coming back to bite us). Schteel writes a fun quest, but /tg/ can't stop being retarded.
>>46150638Does Jacko know of any other cell or path to call to get through to other rebels?
>>46150687You can't argue with the anons who think that being an amoral mercenary criminal is playing a flat character. They want to have scruples and won't let profit get in the way of being a moral rebel sympathizer.
>>46150638Huh, as only captain of the ship? You would think by now it would have been by other aspects? is it because she is used to athority figures?Is it because we're captain she tolerates our flirting?
>>46150740You'd have to ask him.>>46150760You're the Captain of the ship is how she basically defines some of your character. She's already gleaned a lot more about you based simply on the way that you fight.As for why she tolerates your flirting, she knows its mostly just jokes. She's very aware of how ugly she is. She isn't.
>>46150796Is your Kotor 2 waifu, Handmaiden.
>>46150757I didn't figure any specific camps. I just said that the conflict of these groups is ruining the quest.personally, i like the rogueish scoundrel approach, where we blatantly smuggle weapons and raid tombs for a living, but we're not really a Bad Guy per se
>>46150822No, it's Visas.
>>46150830We are sort of one but every scoundrel has lines they wont cross. I guess for us, its mass murder.
>>46150830Of course, the people killed by the people who bought our weapons aren't our concern. Once the merchandise leaves our hands, the responsibility is literally out of our hands, right?
>>46150842The way I see it, we do bad things, but we're not a bad guy. Rhys is motivated by self preservation first, profit second, balanced with morality third. He doesn't stick up for random schmucks, but by G-d does he stick up for his friends.>>46150853Basically, yes. We'll happily smuggle drugs and spice for Jabba (so long as he pays us), but handing over an ancient sith superweapon to a known war criminal who has explicitly stated that he will use it liberally is a Really Really Bad Idea.
>>46150836How many people, roughly, have the Furies killed?And not in combat, but simply spaced after a surrender?Have the Furies spaced civilian passengers?Have they taken girls to be inducted into the Mandalorian way of life after spacing or executing the parents?I know they're known for space piracy, but have they also attacked settlements? Did they stick to Imperial shipping or were all ships that travel the hyperspace lanes open to being boarded?
we're never going to get the aurodium and we never should have given it to reike in the first placenow that he has it, he'll never give it back. that's his power over us.we should stop working for reike asap
>>46150916Lots.Civilian passengers, no.New recruits are generally girls who were orphaned by Imperial occupiers or those who really just want to stick it to the Empire.They mostly just stuck to Imperial shipping.
>>46150938So you want us to believe that German, in one of his non-story posts, lied to us?That's a pretty tall order to swallow. Why should we believe you over German? Does he have a history of lying to players after the session is done for the day?
Hey guys.You know what we should do?We should go back.And go find that Jedi to unleash onboard the star destroyers.
>>46150836I'm sorry german but you have shit taste. >>46150796By the way don't we still have that communicator that let's us talk to the rebels in a secure line? or was that only for Eudora's cell?
>>46150992>And go find that Jedi to unleash onboard the star destroyers.Maybe he'll agree to help.More likely he'll continue to brood and sulk in solitude.
Btw do we still have a penatly when it comes to using a star fighter on our prostetic arm?
>>46150981>So you want us to believe that German, in one of his non-story posts, lied to us?i'm just saying it like i see itif i was reike, i would use the aurodium as a carrot-on-a-stick to keep rhys in him employfurthermore, since we have literally backstabbed him at every single turn, he is probably not going to give us that nice shiny stack of credits once we're done. granted, he is a man of his word, but we've been nothing of the sort and i wouldn't count on his word or his honour with regards to us.
>>46150992He may work as a distraction, since it's believable that he would have felt the Force disturbance from the use of the Force Harvester and come to stop it.But not as part of Rhyse's actual strike team, since the Inquisitors will be sent straight at any Jedi that appear, as well as the full might of Reike's full fleet.In fact, since he fought alongside Jedi and he knows their powers, he may just decide to open up the entire ship that a Jedi is on to vacuum and order all crew to the escape pods.
>>46151033Better than nothing.Also, he provides a fucking fasinating solution to reike's bullshit reading powers.You cant be detected in a lie if you don't believe its a lie in the first place or if you don't even know about the details at all.
>>46151079>i'm just saying it like i see itThen you're ignoring German's posts where he says that Reike will give us the money and let us go if we just tell him we're done, so long as Rhyse does it after a job has been finished.German said that Reike will do this, not "might" or "will consider".So your "just saying it like i see it" goes completely against what has been literally said will happen, by Word of God.
>>46151022You do, but only for Eudora's cell.
>>46151079 Anonymous 03/11/16(Fri)00:09:27 No.45933679>>45933633>It really depends on how the relationship is voided.How about after successfully completing a job and NOT LYING ABOUT IT, a "I'm sorry, Admiral, but my piloting ability has degraded to the point I'm no longer confident that I can give you the results you want, and I'd prefer to retire"? GermanSchteel !!059cRXVD+M1 03/11/16(Fri)00:11:50 No.45933719File: 1456251290541.jpg (300 KB, 1596x2394)300 KB>>45933679Yeah, Reike is reasonable enough. That doesn't mean he won't try to pull you out of retirement though if he needs something from you but he'll allow it.>Yeah, Reike is reasonable enough>he'll allow itSo, I guess you didn't see this, huh?
>>46150796What else did she discover about us through our repeated sparing now? Compared to the first time we did so.Also so we still suffer penalties when we fly spaceships?
>>46151287She knows that you're a pilot based on the fact that you slightly hesitate on punching (an indicator of someone who doesn't want to lose their hands), she's figured you for an underhanded pragmatist based on how you attack her, and she's already figured out that you're kind of a pervert based on the way that your eyes float around her breasts and her legs.As for penalties, Rhys only needs some adjustment before he's back to flying like normal.
>>46151387http://pastebin.com/GwmnU8gCUpdated the pastebin let me know if i made an error. So how does she work out the fact Rhys checks her out if she thinks she's ugly?Also is her hip swaying intentional like Misri?
>>46151456She thinks Rhys just has poor taste in women.And as for the hip sway, it's not intentional. That's just what Whisper does.
>>46151490oh wow, talk about being a pessimist.though wouldn't she be a little happy that at least someone finds her appealing?
>>46151490obviously we need to wrestle
>>46151521During her childhood, her Sisters made it a point to tell Whisper that anybody who found her attractive clearly has never seen an actual woman before.
>>46151546Good thing they're all dead then.We need a shopping episode, Misri and Whisper.
>>46151546Oh wow, what bitches. I bet they didn't get any either by how they act and probably never wil considering Whisper tore them apart. Though on the otherhand i thought Whisper will realize that Rhys had seen real woman before.
>>46151582The most she's seen Rhys interact with so far is Misri who Whisper can clearly identify as Miraluka, Jennis the Zygerrian, Imperial Officers, and the Furies.She hasn't seen a single NORMAL woman talk to Rhys.
>>46151604What human woman?so real = normal? Whisper's mindset kind of makes me laugh, on the otherhand the woman Rhys interact with are attractive.
>>46151604>She hasn't seen a single NORMAL woman talk to Rhys.Considering his line of work, she never will.They kinds of women that Rhys interacts with are criminals, low-lifes, and the dregs of society. Or they're military officers.I mean, really, what middle-class law-abiding woman have we ever even approached in the entirety of this quest?
>>46151635Unfortunately, Whisper doesn't consider herself attractive. She just doesn't see herself as normal as either Echani or as a regular girl.>>46151677Honestly, I can't remember.
>>46151684>Honestly, I can't remember.As far as I can remember, we haven't actually interacted with anyone that's a law-abiding female.The only law-abiding people we interacted with were that Cygnus engineer we swiped the datapad from, and maybe one or two ship engineers. And they were all male, by the way.
>>46151684So she's suffering a logical fallacy? So how does she feel about herself now she has Synthskins?and I'm not sure we ever met a middle class girl.Also so what will the Mando's do now that Rhys pleaded with them to stop attacking the empire?Warmaster is dissapointed?
>>461517441. She's still a robot masquerading as a normal girl.2. The Mandos will stop what they're doing, and probably take some time to regroup and figure out what to do next. Warmaster Vizsla is obviously disappointed that she has to stop raiding Imperial shipping.
>>46151778Other shipping to raid, wars to fight.They'll find something else to do, until we raise the warhorn and declare open season on the Empire once more.
>>46151778So, how feasible is it to change Rhys' appearance to not be recognized by Reike or any of his forces?Like the list of things from >>46150033>some plastic surgery and cosmetic cybernetics put in around our eyes, a voice modulator, a dye job, and a new ship
>>46151778Well I'm sure she feels happy that Rhys warned her and tried to help her and her crew.
>>46151778So she feels worse since she feels fake?
>>46151886Cosmetics are given some amount of regulation in the Empire to prevent rebels and criminals from changing their appearance. Underground plastic surgeons though are well-known, just keep away for Doctor Evazan.>>46151905She's always felt fake, fake with the robot arms, now with fake skin too. She feels like the second coming of General Grievous.
>>46151778Any chance of rhys picking up more exotic personal arms and armaments in the future. Some of the storm trooper variants are amazing, not to mention everything else.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1yZMSMLxo0And thats just one out of four parts! Also how does Misri envision using her force powers in the future, or is she merely learning them to connect with her lost childhood/heritage. How does the average smuggler view our colourful crew. i imagine there are crews that have many species but perhaps not so many rarities, or implausibilities (echani and mandalorian together and not killing each other/enslaved to the other).
>>46151964You'll have to see in the future.And as for Misri, she's just trying to figure out how the Force works on her own. And honestly, the average smuggler might not care, there have been weirder crews.
>>46151993How much time do we have on this job?Is returning to the jedi an option?
>>46152048Plenty of time.And returning to the Jedi can be a thing provided he's still there.Anyway, I have to go to sleep, night y'all.
>>46151993I love how customized our fighters are, I wonder how detectable it is in, say, a fighter's sensor suit to determine our rides aren't ordinary. Before the first pass and unconsensual laser cannon perforation begins. I find it hilarious some random opponent could run into sparks and not realize he's super maneuverable, has shields, 8! laser cannons, and can swivel 2 of those on a turret. Besides being just a badass robo pilot in general as well. Its a funny though, someone running afoul of Rhys and friends and not realizing it. Or perhaps realizing it. We really must meet that unnamed rebel pilot we've terrified some day.