PASTEBIN ANON’S PASTEBIN: http://pastebin.com/xyLyFTH5PREVIOUSLY: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Star+Wars%3A+Fortune+HunterYour R-22 and your H-Wing successfully dock with the Lion’s Share. You can already see the massive amounts of scrap metal piled up in the cargo hold for now, probably more than enough for quite a few mods and addons. But of course right now, that’s nothing compared to the Inquisitors that want to ask you some questions. “Uh, Misri, Lev-“ The ship shakes a little. Uh oh. Sounds like they docked. “Misri, stay in the cockpit!” You hop out and hurry onto the catwalk, ripping off your helmet and your life support harness.“Why?” she asks over the comms. “What’s going-“You rush through the door out of the cargo bay. “Just stay in the cockpit, do not move!” Okay, think think think. The Inquisitors docked with your ship faster than you could make up an excuse to get away from them. Maybe you could just kick them back onto their ship?…That’s optimistic thinking.Okay, think, think. You hurry over to the escape pod docking hatch. You just need to-The hatch opens up, and stepping in are the two Sisters. They look over at you as your hand overs the door controls. “… were you just about to lock us out of your ship?” they both ask.You shrug. “Well, hey, a ship is a man’s home, you can’t just waltz in uninvited.” Smooth. You can’t see any look of contempt or disgust beneath their masks, but you sure can feel it.“Come with us aboard our ship,” they say. “We only mean to ask you a few questions. Perhaps we may even be able to cooperate on something, as…” They look up and down your body. “… beneath us as you are.”> “Fine, let’s talk.”> “I don’t know, maybe we can talk in my quarters instead.”> “I’d rather you get off my ship.”
>>45072341>> “Fine, let’s talk.”Keep them away from Misri.
>>45072341> “Fine, let’s talk.”
>>45072341>fine let's talj
>>45072341>> “I don’t know, maybe we can talk in my quarters instead.”Lean against the door frame while we do this.
>>45072341wtf is wrong with ^>“I’d rather you get off my ship.”
>>45072341>“I don’t know, maybe we can talk in my quarters instead.”Disgust them so that they'll want to get this over with as quickly as possible.
i really wanna buy a few B1s to guard our ship, and otherwise be hilarious.
>>45072450>>45072341I too vote for the flirt and lean.
>>45072341>> “Fine, let’s talk.”
>>45072558At least they are good in operating heavy machinery like guns. and looking at our stats we can outrun most capital ships now.
>>45072558Would their names be Roger and Roger?
What ship are the inquestators riding in? a Lamba shuttle?
>>45072735At least one of them should have a glitch that replaces the 'Roger Roger' after each sentence with a different name each time.>They are closing in on us Danny Danny.>Scanning the area Billy Billy.>Why are you naked Andy Andy?
>>45072793A heavily modded Imperial Gozanti, kitted out to their specifications which includes extra speed, two TIE Hunters for starfighter duty, and a few other toys as well.
>>45072341>> “Fine, let’s talk.”get them the fuck off our shipthe less they poke their Force lady-dicks at Misri, the better.
>>45072868We need to steal this shipand kill themwith our cock
>>45072840>Not getting a bundle of buzz droids for Sparks to carry
> “Fine, let’s talk.”“Fine, fine, let’s talk.” You cross your arms, smirking a bit. You lean on the doorframe, quirking your brow. “In your quarters.”They both look at each other, then back at you. “If you are attempting to flirt with us, you are sadly outmatched. Get in our ship.” You roll your eyes, stepping past them. Fine, if they want to play hard to get, you can play hard to get too.You pull up your communicator. “Misri, tell Kuvasz and Vikker to stay on the ship. I’ll be back soon.”“What’s going on?” she asks.“Let’s just say I’m really popular right now,” you say as you look back to the Inquisitors stepping behind you.--You sit inside a dedicated interrogation room. They left you in here to discuss things amongst themselves outside. To their credit, the walls are definitely soundproofed because you can’t hear them. And the only light inside this room was a single swiveling lamp hanging from the ceiling. You caught something sitting in the corner of the room, what looked to be some kind of more dedicated torture bed, the same kind they used on Rebels and unruly cadets back in Flight School. You remember getting drunk with Lotte and a few friends and making a challenge out of who could last longest in that torture bed.Still, it was doing its job of unnerving you. If you weren’t cooperative at the table, maybe you’ll be cooperative after some persuasion.Finally, they step into the room, and walk alongside either side of you. You noticed that the Sisters, while almost identical to one another, had one distinction between them. One was left handed, the other was right handed. An interesting thing, so for now you had to get into the habit of calling one Lefty and the other Righto.Lefty was the first to speak. “Rhys Cykgil.” You lean back, crossing her arms and looking up at her.You nod. “Well, I’m guessing you’re not going to ask me what my name is.”[1/2]
>>45073256I prefer getting energy torpedos for him, which didn't we loot some vulture droids on Tantooine? Their rechargeable.
>>45073291[2/2]“Hmph. You think yourself clever,” says Lefty. Righto responds with, “We have encountered many like you, all eventually show their true colors.”“Well, I believe in wearing my true colors on my jacket,” you say as you tug on the lapels of your gray jacket. “Speaking of which, are neither of you going to take those masks off? Afraid you’re too ugly? I bet you two are quite cute underneath.”They look at each other again, then stare back at you. “Vain, Mister Cykgil. Very vain. We simply wish to ask you a few questions. Starting with this: what do you know about the Jedi?”You shrug. “Not a whole lot. They were a bunch of cheap tricksters and morally uptight monks that worshipped a hokey religion.” They nod, allowing you to continue. “I don’t think I’ve ever met a Jedi personally, and if I did, I’m not sure I remember. We never really had Jedi where I grew up.”“Yes, Jabiim,” says Righto. “We accessed your records in the Imperial database. An Outer Rim world where Jedi influence was very faint, save for the Clone Wars.” You sigh, making your frustration known. “And what do you know about the Force?”“It’s their hokey religion,” you say.“Have you ever attempted to use it?” she asks. You shake your head. Why are they asking this? “Hm.” Lefty looks to her sister. “It appears this criminal scum is being very honest with us, Sister.” Righto nods. “I agree. Perhaps we need to take a more invasive approach however, to see if he is truly lying.” They both raise their hands to you.... What are they doing?“Hehe.” You grin, leaning back in your seat. They tilt their heads, confused. “What are you two trying to do?” They raise their hands more aggressively. Suddenly, it feels like there’s a spike drilling into your brain. You grunt, grabbing your head. “Agh!”“There is something in there he is hiding,” they say. “What is it?”Think… Think…> Of them undressing> Of Home> Of Flight School> Other
>>45073314> Of them undressing
>>45073314> Of Flight School
>>45073314>> Of them undressing
>>45073314>> Of them undressingalways think of pretty ladies
>>45073314>Of them undressing>OtherOf the incest fetish that we have but keep hidden down deep because it would be too embarrassing to every be known.Can you imagine what being known as a siscon would do to our reputation?In other words, throw them off the track by making them think the thing we're hiding is another product of our arrogance and vanity.
>>45073314>Your porn you left in FLight School and imagining them doing those things on the pornos.
>>45073314>> Of them undressingImagine them making out on our dick!
Yooooooo they better get the fuck outta here with this shit, trying to get into people's heads, makes a nigga angry.And Rhys can get unbelievably, unreasonably, unfathomably angry.Don't want them getting a hateboner from his rage.
>>45073500A part of me makes me want Rhys's think of TIe Fighters and V-Wings when his mind being invaded but I guess the first layer will be lewd stuff.
>>45073615It goes>Lewd > Ship-pron > memories of the academy and flying for the first time > Something else > SEETHING RAGE > Turtles.
>>45073615once they break past the lewd stuff it's just going to be tie fighters being flown like a child playing. swoosh pew pew pew.
>>45073615Lets go full /K/, lewd things with V-wings and such as much as i want to see their reaction to incestuous thoughts about them
>>45073667>lewd things with V-wingsLike thoughts about what it'd feel like to fly one naked, our skin pressed fully against the plasteel of the fighter? Or putting our dick into the fuel intake port?
>>45073314>Of them undressing
>>45073667We should just imagine them flying v-wings nude.
>>45073667>>45073717In the cockpit, naked, with the artificial gravity turned off, masturbating.The drops of semen floating through the cockpit, the controls slick with out cum, as we tell V-Wing-chan how she's our slutty little whore.
>>45073774This >>45073314one thousand times this
>>45073615Your post gave me an idea, imagine the inquisitions are dressed as x-wings and rhys is taking their costumes apart piece by piece in a tie fighter.
>>45073667>>45073717>>45073739>>45073774.....okay. This went to a really weird place.Dare the Inquisitors enter Rhys Cykgil's Magical Realm?Will they ever feel clean again? Will they be haunted by his thoughts whenever they get into a starfighter's cockpit?
>>45073821Their flying TIE Fighters. I think they will never look at their starfighters the same way ever again.
>>45073647Replace turtles with gonk droids and you have my vote.
> Of them undressing……You open up one eye. Hopefully that worked and it jammed out all important thoughts. They continue to stare at you. But as soon as they see you open your eyes and grin, they drop their hands and simply stare. “Hehehe.” You grin, crossing your arms. “Look, you two might be creepy and annoying but there’s nothing I like more on a woman than a nice black bodysuit. Why do you think I became a TIE Pi-“A pair of red lightsabers immediately ignite around your neck. They burn right through the backrest of your chair. And right now they were evaporating the sweat off of your skin, ready to cut your head off like a big nasty scissor. “Vain, arrogant, -and- perverted,” says Lefty. “I fail to see the worth that Admiral Reike sees in you. We could pay you in disembodied genitals and you would still do our bidding.”“Hey, hey.” You wag your finger at them. “What good is that without a good girl to enjoy it with?” Their lightsabers burn closer, nearly cooking your skin. “Alright, alright, alright! I’m sorry, I’m sorry! You-” Closer, closer! Too close! “You can stop, you can stop!” Oh please not like this.Finally, they slowly withdraw the lightsabers, turning them and clipping them back onto their backs. You pant desperately, your heart pounding heavily from that near death experience. “You are a very interesting man, Rhys Cykgil. You do not fully understand yourself we do not think. But unlike more naïve individuals who would seek to take advantage of you and what you have to offer, we will simply let you be the vile scum you are.” Righto however has this to say, “However, we have use for you yet, Mister Cykgil. If you are willing to hear it.”[1/2]
>>45073952[2/2]You blink, rubbing sweat off your brow. “Do I have a choice?”“No,” they both say. You shrug, and let them continue. “We believe there is one last Jedi hiding on Tython. While you may be an asset at the disposal of Admiral Reike, we believe you will be better served as a pawn of ours in our machinations. We want you to locate him, and kill him for us. Deliver us his lightsaber and we will pay you handsomely.”You grin again, leaning forward on the table. “How handsomely?”“50,000 credits,” they say. “And if you prove yourself, perhaps…” They tilt their heads. “Something more physical may be in order.” If they’re trying to say they’ll have sex with you if you succeed, they’re not doing a good job of it. Still. “Will you do this for us?”> “If I’m paid in advance, sure.”> “For a pair of cute somethings like you two, sure.”> “I’m guessing I don’t have a choice so I guess.”> Other
>>45073974>> “For a pair of cute somethings like you two, sure.”
>>45073974> Other. "This Jedi got a name? A history? Cause I don't wanna go to Tython and find out you sent me after Yoder or whatever his name is."
>>45073974>“I’m guessing I don’t have a choice so I guess.”At least it won't be like that fake Jedi on Kashyyyk.
>>45073974>> “For a pair of cute somethings like you two, sure.”Ask for info on the jedi.
>>45073974>> Other>"You expect a Joe Scmoe like me to find a Jedi in hiding when people like yourselves couldn't? I don't want to say it's an effort in futility but I'm not making any promises."
>>45074011Seconding, throw them off by immediately becoming professional now that there is trade on the table
>>45073314>Of Flight SchoolFight pain with pain.
>>45074011>Yoder>not Marked Window5/10.
>>45073974>>45074011>This.> “If I’m paid in advance, sure.”>OtherAsk for Half now, we are taking time off to look for this Jedi and that's if we find him.
>>45074099Emps hasn't put out a bounty on Window Cleaner, so there's probably no way Rhys would know about him.Yoda, however, has a fuckin substantial bounty on his wrinkly green ass.
>>45074134Rhys studies a lot more than people think.
>>45073974> “I’m guessing I don’t have a choice so I guess.”
>>45074006>>45074038>>45074047Guys ask for half in advance. To try and look for this guy.
>>45073974>Other"I'll do it if I can, but the Admiral's job is still my top priority."
>>45074159I'm more surprised people, and more importantly, Rhys is actually considering fucking the Twins.Nah, m8, bitches give bad vibes. Homey don't play that shit.
>>45074192He's a fighter pilot. they stick their dick in crazy on principle.
>>45073974>> “If I’m paid in advance, sure.”"Half now, and the other half if He's actually there and I somehow manage to space him.""Also, you're flirting needs some work. And not just for my sake. A couple of cute girls who can properly seduce somebody is far more versatile in getting people to open up than threats of decapitation can. I should know, I fell for it PLENTY of times."
>>45074233>you're flirtingANON PLS
>>45074252Fuck I'm an idiot.
> Other> “If I’m paid in advance, sure.”“If I’m paid in advance, sure. I’m asking for half in advance,” you say. They tilt their heads, curiously. “And I need some information on the Jedi you’re looking for.”“His name is Master Dosann Arroyo, he is a chistori that served with Jedi Master Cin Drallig. He and his padawan were on a mission away from the Temple during the night of the rebellion, Stormtroopers were able to kill his padawan but not him. We haven’t seen him since, but we have new reason to believe he is hiding here on Tython, using the surrounding dark side energies to cloud his presence.”“I see,” you say. “Yeah, you’re definitely going to need to pay me in advance.”“If we pay you now, we expect that this is done,” they say. Lefty pulls a holopad out of her belt and starts typing something in. “I will wire you 25,000 now. 25,000 later when you bring us his lightsaber.”“Do you not need anything else?” you ask. “Like… his head or a hand?”“Jedi are very arrogant and proud. They will never give up their lightsaber willingly,” says Righty. “Now get this done, and we will reward you with the other half, plus benefits.” Fair enough. Though, the way these girls act, you’re not keen on really pulling them into your quarters for a fun night. You stand up, and wipe down your neck and face of sweat. “And remember, nothing gets past us.”Sure, sure.[1/2]
>>45074803[2/2]--“So we find a Jedi and we get paid?” asks Misri. You nod. You and the crew are gathered in the cockpit, as Lev directs the ship to landing procedures on Tython. You also sent Sparks out to investigate, seeing as how there was heavy cloud cover over Tython as well. “Wow. I’ve never met a real Jedi before!”Kuvasz grunts, his arms folded. “It’s not as exciting as you think.”“Regardless,” you say. “We find him, we kill him, bring his lightsaber to them. Hopefully we find out more on the Katana Fleet as well.”Lev looks back at you. “Sir. Our scanners are detecting massive amounts of interference.” The ship rumbles a little. There’s a storm alright on Tython. Hopefully it dissipates. “We cannot pick out of the noise, we are down to visual and audio contact.”“Do we have sight on anything important?” you ask.“Sparks is reporting that he sees the wreckage of an X-Wing, very recent,” Lev reports. “There is no distress signal from it, however he has reason to believe the pilot may have survived the crash.” He goes back to the console, and continues on. “He also reports seeing what appear to be ruins of a city as well.”> “I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”> “Let’s head into that city. Ancient cities are my specialty.”> Other
>>45074824>> “I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”
>>45074824>“I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”Shield generators!
>>45074824>“I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”
>>45074824>> “I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”More parts for Misri.
>>45074824>> “I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”LOOT!
>>45074930Or possibly an almost intact specimen to take for our own.
> “I’ll investigate the crashed X-Wing first, we might as well see if it’s salvageable.”--A thunderstorm had rolled in over the landing areas. It wasn’t raining, yet, but it was already dark out with thunder brewing. So you had the idea of salvaging what you could from the X-Wing. If you can get it intact, great, if it’s totaled though you were just going to get what’s still functional. Everything else would be left behind. All of you were outside and approaching the downed X-Wing with caution. The only person left inside the ship was Lev, who had the turrets all on stand by and ready to fire if necessary.But for now, with your flashlights ready, you approached the X-Wing. It had embedded itself into the ground, kicking up a huge trail of dirt behind it. Judging by how far that trail is, this was a controlled crash landing, which tells you that maybe you can salvage some functional nav equipment from it, maybe even the engines too. Sparks stamped behind you in walker mode, ready to blast anything that would dare threaten Misri. You were suspecting lately that he cared more about Misri than for you, and you don’t blame him honestly. R5, R3, and R2 rolled up to the craft, then began their scans. Judging by the empty cockpit and the cracked windows on it, the pilot must have bailed. “Misri, Vikker. Stay here. I’m going to take a look around.” They nod, and they start investigating what they can find out of the X-Wing.“Need me?” asks Kuvasz.“If you’re good at tracking, yes.” You want to make sure the pilot is out of the picture. You don’t want him surprising you while you salvage the craft. You look around the muddy grass and plains around you. Then you squint. Hm, those look like tracks. Human boots, pretty recent. “R5, how recently did this craft crash?”[1/2]
>>45075854[2/2]“I’d say today,” he reports. “Probably one of the X-Wings you zapped in the battle.” Hmph, yeah, you definitely want that pilot out of the picture now. You motion Kuvasz to follow you. Judging by how staggered the tracks were, he must be wounded or something. Probably shrapnel to the leg, you know that feeling. You walk up a gentle hill, just far enough from the X-Wing that it becomes almost a scale model in the distance.“There,” says Kuvasz. He points to a grouping of rocks. That is where you’d hide too. You pull out your DC-17, and Kuvasz his WESTAR pistols. The two of you close in, the tracks getting more shallow as you approach. “Hello?” yells Kuvasz.You nudge him. “Quiet.” The two of you step into the grouping.Suddenly, the pilot pounces. She bursts out from behind the corner of a rock and fires.… The two of you look at her blaster, which appears to have jammed. She hurls it Kuvasz. “Agh!” He falls over, stunned by the sudden toss of her weapon. You’re about to fire, but she suddenly tackles you and throws you down to the ground with her full weight. The two of you tussle and wrestle with one another until finally you roll over onto her back and grab her wrists, shoving them into the ground.…You blink. She blinks back. “Eudora?” you ask.The female pilot’s jaw drops, and she quickly brushes some stray red hair out of her eyes from beneath her helmet. “Rhys?” she asks back. You nod, she nods back.> Eudora Kyriako <> Former TIE Pilot, apparently a Rebel Pilot now?! <…“Well.” She blinks, looking up at you. “Um.” She sighs, tilting her head to the side in defeat. "You can just go ahead and kill me now."> “I'm not sure if I want to.”> “What are you doing!?”> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”> Other
>>45075930>> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”> “I'm not sure if I want to.”Honestly I'm just here to salvage a ship, look for clues to a fleet that may not exist, and hunt down a Jedi that's probably dead.
>>45075930>> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”> “I'm not sure if I want to.”
>>45075930>Go ahead and just kill her now.
>>45075930> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”I normally wouldn't hesitate to shoot a pilot on the ground, as long as we're on the ground as well, but I'm willing to give a former TIE pilot a little more consideration.
>>45075930> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”> “I'm not sure if I want to.”
>>45075930>> “I'm not sure if I want to.”> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”
>>45075930>> “I'm not sure if I want to.>> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”
>>45075930> “I'm not sure if I want to.”> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”
>>45075930>other> "You still suck at being a pilot, huh?"
>>45076052Not to mention she is one of our old classmates and 'family' I like to think we give a better consideration then what Lotte gave us.
> “Well, I mean, it’s not the first time I’ve ended up on top of you.”> “I’m not sure if I want to.”“I’m not exactly sure if I want to.” You sit up, looking down on her. Her orange flight suit has been ripped to shreds, probably by an internal explosion. And you notice some blood running down her leg as well, probably shrapnel too. Yep, she’s hit bad, but for a landing like that you have to be impressed. “I mean, this isn’t the first time I’ve ended up on top of you, Eudora.”She rolls her eyes. “Almost a decade later and you’re still acting the mynock. Help me up.” You grab her arm and sit her up. She yelps in pain, and her leg writhes as you hop off of her. “Agh! Sunuva…” She looks over at a recovering Kuvasz, who pats his helmet and gets his senses in order. “Who’s the Mando?”“That’s Kuvasz,” you say. He walks over, silently demanding an explanation. “Kuvasz Skirata, Eudora Kyriako. She was a cadet with me at Flight School, one of the better ones. Not as good as me though.”“Clearly,” he says, angrily. You can understanding considering Eudora threw a blaster at him. “Next time, if you want to kill me, you’ll have to do better than throwing a blaster at me.”She rolls her eyes again. “Typical Mandos, always whining about fighting and killing.” You shake your head, then take a look at her leg. There’s some shrapnel embedded in it by the looks of it. “What are you doing here?”[1/2]
>>45076509[2/2]“I should ask the same thing,” you say. “By rights, I really should.”She sighs. “I defected, yes. The Empire isn’t as nice and shiny as you think it is. People die and suffer under their rule. I defected a month ago.” A month ago? Is that how much time has passed already? “I came here with the rest of my squadron and an ambassador from Chandrilla to see if we could recruit some old Jedi.”Kuvasz crosses his arms. “Clearly it didn’t work.” Some old Jedi eh? Probably the same Jedi you’re after too.“We weren’t expecting the Liberator to be in the area,” she says. “And then some freighter shows up and drops off a bunch fighters and suddenly all the cadets start rallying. I got shot down by some idiot…” She looks over at you. “Did you shoot me down you frakking mook?”You shrug. “Maybe.” She punches you in the shoulder. “Ow! You little-”“Agh! You always did shoot me down in training!” She shakes her head. “My X-Wing is totaled, you of all people found me! The Empire’s sure to find me too! This is an absolute disaster!”“Aw, come on, Eudora,” you say. “You put up a good fight regardless.”“Piss off,” she hisses. “I might as well find him myself.” She tries to stand up, then screams in pain and sits back down. Ah! Sunuva…” She looks at you, grinding her teeth, her helmet visor shading her eyes from you. “What are you looking at!?”> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”> “Nothing, we’ll just leave you here for now.”> Other
>>45076538>> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”c'mon, is this even an option?
>>45076538> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”>I'm here to kill your Jedi.
>>45076538We can at least get you looked at on my ship. There are 2 inquisitors in orbit though, and they hate my guts, so taking you off this rock is liable to get both of us killed. As for your defection? I don't like it, but I understand it. At you trying to kill me was honest.
>>45076538> “Nothing, we’ll just leave you here for now.”I'm sure she'll manage.
>>45076538>> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”I personally don't care, but Rhys IC probably does.
>>45076538> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”Does she have another Astromech unit we can steal or is that totaled?
>>45076704The R2 she was flying with got decapitated by a laser strike during the battle so yeah, totaled.
>>45076538>> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”
>>45076538> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”Considering we're not getting paid by Lotte to shoot down rebels anymore, we might as well try and remain cordial with them.
>>45076538>Other"Hey, I know the Empire isn't all order and goodness, but they pay the bills. I don't agree with you joining the Rebels, but I can understand it, and I'll respect that. "There's two Inquisitors in orbit, so I can't get you off this planet. I can slip you a medkit and say I never saw you, though."
>>45076765I think cordial is kind of hard when we kind of attacked them during their fight with the Venator. Then again the other times, they attacked Rhys's first.
>>45076765We blew up a small fleet and crippled another's fighter escort, but I'm sure once we show them the whopping one pilot we cared for because she was a cute girl things'll be right as rain between us.
>>45076538>“Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”
>>45076881To be fair, she was from our old graduating class. but yeah that is an issue.
>>45076538>“Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”>>45076881I don't know man, the rebels are real softies for the whole reformed scoundrel routine. I'm not saying that helping heal (in more ways than one) a single pilot would get us all the way right in their books but it might get us a little way down that path.
>>45077058I mean do we want to join the Rebels? their Terrorists and Anarchists.
>>45077082Probably not, but it'd be nice if we could do something for them so they dropped their bounty on us.
>>45076538> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”
>>45077082Join? Not necessarilyNot be shot on sight by? Yes
>>45077082We've got Zann trying to gouge us, bounty hunters from here to Nal Hutta trying to gun us down, Mandalorians looking to drag us into a crusade, and now the Imperial Inquisition breathing down our neck.Do you seriously think it's a good idea to try and throw our lot in with another major player?
>>45077189Bounty Hunters from Nal Hutta since when? and haven't we been doing that since we destroy fleets of Rebel ships that attack us?
>>45076538> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”For all of those arguing that this will endear us to the rebels I don't believe it particularly will. However Since our falling out with lotte we're not hated anymore, and doing well with Eudora may make them think we're approachable, especially as their looking for the katana fleet as well. As Schteel has said he knows may alliance personel are former imperials with high kill counts, Eudora case in point (or at least I'm assuming if it was only a month ago she vaped some rebels beforehand). Regardless Rhys really cares about his dwindling fellow cadets. I think he'd help her regardless of possible ulterior motives.
>>45077242The Rebel bounty was posted ever since Rhys threw in with Lotte the first time, and it's never been lifted. It doesn't help that Lotte posted her own bounty on Rhys.
> “Look. I can take you back to my ship, we can get you rested and healed.”“Look, I got some medical supplies, we can take you back to my ship and I can rest you and heal you.” She bites her lip a bit, considering it. “But listen, I do work for the Empire, and there are Inquisitors who are watching my actions. I’m not sure if I can actually get you offworld per say but…”“I’ll take it,” she says.You nod. “Kuvasz, help her up.” He nods, immediately lifting her up in a princess carry. She yelps in surprise of his strength. “See, this is what you were fighting against. You got lucky on that throw you know.”“He’s right,” says Kuvasz. “But don’t worry, a friend of Rhys is a friend of mine.”“Ugh, what did I miss!?” she whines.“A lot,” you say as you pat her helmet. “By the way, you know there’s a bounty on my head, right?”“Oh yeah,” she says. “50,000 credits. But…” She narrows her eyes at you, glaring at you. “What, you think healing me on your bed is going to make it disappear?” You shrug. “Typical, always thinking of yourself.”You smile, patting her again on the helmet. “Come on.” She huffs, crossing her arms and pouting deeply as you carry her back.--[1/2]
>>45077408[2/2]R5, being the only droid you actually trust with surgical equipment, is the one to treat her outside of the ship with one of the medical kits. He slowly pulls bits and pieces of shrapnel from her leg. “Agh! You- son of a- Ow!” He pulls out a very large piece. “Are we done!?”“No,” he says. She groans, biting her knuckles as he reaches in for another piece.“Are you sure it’s a good idea to keep a rebel pilot around?” asks Vikker. “They already hate us enough, what about the Empire? Think they’ll let this fly?”“Maybe,” you say. “I just need to keep them distracted as all. Besides, Eudora is more than just some random rebel pilot. She’s a friend, and a fellow pilot. I can’t just leave her here.”“I hope for your sake you know what you’re doing,” he says.Misri walks over, rubbing her greased up hands in a rag. “We finished salvaging the X-Wing. It’s completely totaled but I was able to recover the shield generator, the power capacitors, and the proton torpedo launcher too. The engines are completely fried though and I wasn’t able to save the astromech or the nav systems.” She sighs a little, saddened. “Shame, I was really hoping to add to our fighter fleet.”“It’s fine, we can’t have everything,” you say.Kuvasz nods. “What do you want to do now?”> Stay here, consolidate.> Head into the ruined city.> Take up a fighter and keep up scouting.> Other
>>45077437> Head into the ruined city.
>>45077437>> Head into the ruined city.
>>45077437> Take up a fighter and keep up scouting.
>>45077437>Head into the ruined city.Though I'd like to mention we're not equipped for Jedi hunting. We don't have slug-throwers, flamethrowers, or sniper blasters.
>>45077437> Head into the ruined city.> Take up a fighter and keep up scouting.Have someone do aerial recon while we're on foot, point out anything interesting.
Wait did our Mando bro or we carried Eudora?
>>45077082Probably not at this point. It never hurts to have options. I think that while Rhys doesn't particularly care for the rebels, or want to see the republic restored (What with his childhood experiences with it) he can understand that people bite back, and that the empire has done some shit. The natural order of things what with the oppression and such. I mean there are always rebels regardless, and the empire has given more cause for there to be such than many governments before it. For Rhys their probably a fact of life rather than a scary development from nowhere. Of course there's sick baby-killing terrorists in the rebellion along with the idealists. Rhys is down to Earth enough to realize that statement applies to the empire as well.
>>45077437>> Head into the ruined city.We Fallout now.But Obsidian Fallout, not Bethesda Fallout.
>>45077535Kuvasz carried her.
>>45077437>Head into the ruined city.>>45077548What's the difference?
>>45077615Better storytelling that doesn't revolve around a missing family member
>>45077615Obsidian will have more content and overall better leveling system etc.But it will be buggy as Bethesda won't help them fix the shit that their engine causes.Bethesda will run smoother but be a lot more simple.
>>45077437> Head into the ruined city.Ask Msiri to quickly rig us up a pipe shotgun. Actually what effect would a disruptor rifle have on a lightsaber? I'm guessing things wouldn't go well for the person wielding the lightsaber. Honestly instead of fighting the jedi It would be hilarious if we simply told him the inqusition knows he's here and will keep sending people even if we fail, and they want his lightsaber as proof that he's dead. And then he's humble or cheeky enough to hand it over hahaha.
>>45077548>>45077615>>45077640Also, in Obsidian Fallout, Luck is incredibly useful.We got this.
>>45077615Obsidian knew what they were doing.
>>45077675I hope that is the case. Also if we pull this off, what should we buy from Jennis with our 50,000 credits? Do we pay off the boots and blasters?
>>45077733I would to be nice
>>45077733Actually, how about asking the inquisitors that instead of the 25k, we get the darksaber from jabba?
>>45077801They don't have control over Jabba.
>>45077832The darksaber was gifted to jabba by the empire, they mustvhave some pull.
>>45077733Yeah, pay her back. Maybe see if she can get us some B-1's for cheap? We'd need to upgrade their targeting an tactical programming, though. I wonder if she'd wear something lacy for us if we asked.
>>45077801Getting the Inquisition to break into a crime lord's palace is neither worth 25k credits nor is it a good idea to get someone else wanting our head.>>45077869I don't think you understand how gifts work.
>>45077675great minds run in the same gutter...that was the plan i was pondering as well
>>45077873>I wonder if she'd wear something lacy for us if we asked.We'd have to wear something for her then
>>45077869>Darksaber Gifted To JabbaThey're not getting it back. Don't be stupid. Think about what you're saying. Rhys is no where near as valuable as peace with Jabba. Further they gifted to him. What kind of an idiot thinks he would give it right back?
>>45077899Yea but theres this specifically.http://archive.4plebs.org/tg/thread/44111949/#44117604So maybe?
>>45077437>>45077994Schteel-tan, is getting the Empire involved to get the Darksaber still an option?
>>45078307It would depend on how you were to go about getting the Empire to get the Darksaber back. It was gifted to Jabba specifically as a peace offering between the Hutt clans and the Empire.
>>45078345offer the lightsaber of a ded jedi as replacement of course.the inquisitor twins obviously just care about the death of the jedi only. kill the jedi, take his lightsaber, exchange it for the darksaber.
>>45078393The Dark Saber. It's a unique item. A lightsaber of a random jedi is not.Stop being stupid.
>>45078458Thing is it isn't an exchange between equals though. Both sides won't want the fight but the Hutts stand to lose more if it does go to full on hostilities. Jabba might feel slighted but if its what the Empire wants, its what the Empire gets. He's not likely to start a war over a replacement of the peace offering, from a business point of view.Then again though, it'll also depend on how bad the conflict was between the Hutts and the Empire.
>>45078589Empire isn't likely to fuck up peace with the huts to reward a random smuggler. You have no concept of our bargaining power.
> Head into the ruined city.--With Eudora tucked safely away in the cargo hold, you took the Lion’s Share towards the ruined city. The name of this city is long lost to the sands of time. But You see very little else aside from ruined buildings being reclaimed by the green of plants and nature. To think that this was the ancestral home of the Jedi, and yet they just up and forgot about it. Shameful you have to say. “What do you think?” asks Vikker. “How old?”“Most likely Ancient Old Republic stuff Vikker,” you say. “Which means if were to salvage anything, it’d long be past the point of usefulness.”“Fair,” he says.Now that you think about it, it seemed like the farther into this abandoned city you went, the colder and more unnerved you felt. It wasn’t like fear or surprise by any stretch of the imagination. It just felt off to you for whatever reason. You hope you’ll get off of Tython soon. You spy a landing spot in front of what appears to be a temple, comprised of round buildings, one almost collapsed in on itself. The other still stands, a few rays of sunlight poking through the stormclouds to light it.Once you land, all of you dismount. Lev stays behind as usual to watch the ship. Kuvasz carries the Cip-Quad on his back, along with his other blasters as well. Misri herself carries the new S-5 Heavy Blaster pistol that Kuvasz gave to her. “So er… these Jedi, are they like-““They’re very deadly,” says Kuvasz. “Not only is a lightsaber one of the most powerful weapons in the Galaxy, they also command the Force with skill and intelligence.” Misri bites her lip a little, nervous.[1/2]
>>45078789[2/2]“Don’t scare her, Kuvasz,” you say. “I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. It’s cheap tricks is what the Force is.” All of you step into the temple, Sparks stamping in behind you, ready to support. You feel something in the air, something strange. You’re not sure what it is, but you don’t like it. As you walk further into the temple, you see the carvings and tapestries celebrating the Jedi Order. Across the walls, the mantra of the old Jedi Code is arrayed.Until finally, you step into what appears to be a grand presentation hall. Above the steps on the stage, illuminated by only a single ray of sunlight poking in through the ceiling, sat a robed person. His legs are crossed, and his hands are placed squarely on his knees. You only see his back, but you’re sure he knows you’re here. “So.” He growls. His voice echoes throughout the entire hall. “Hello there.”You take a deep breath. He’s just a trickster. Nothing more. “Are you Master Arroyo?”“Yes,” he says. “Master Dosann Arroyo. Master of Padawan Veni Pallados. General during the Clone Wars. Jedi.”> Master Dosann Arroyo <> Jedi Master <“I assume you’re here to kill me,” he says. He sighs, standing up, and looking back at the lot of you. Beneath the shade of his hood, you can see the familiar lizard snout of the chistori, scarred by blast marks and blade gashes, along with a single blind eye as well. “And to loot this temple of its knowledge, knowledge that is now lost to the Galaxy at large. And with my death, secure the final fate of the Jedi.”You nod. “You seem awful accepting of this.”“I accepted my fate years ago,” he says. “So.” He turns around fully, then places his claws on his belt, revealing a lightsaber hilt as long as your arm. “Tell me. Do you genuinely want to kill me?”> “Yes.”> “Not really.”> Other
>>45078804Nope.. but I want that light saber.
>>45078804>> “Not really.”"My bounty was specifically for your lightsaber. They assumed that you'll be too arrogant to give it up without a fight. So if you want to live here in peace, we're fine with leaving if you leave us the saber."
>>45078804> “Not really.”Just business. Then shoot him in the back when he least expects it. Nothing good will come of getting mixed up with this Jedi.
>>45078804>Does being Coerced Count? i mean i am not doing this by choice.
>>45078871He's a jedi... he'll literally sense it coming.
>>45078804>> Other. Doesn't matter what I want. What matters is what killing you's worth.
>>45078804> “Not really.”But some Sith inquisitors sent me to do their dirty work. If you hand over the lightsaber there's a Rebel pilot looking for you. Honestly came here just looking for a fucking fleet.
>>45078893Except he'll know its an attack, not know its a disruptor beam, which he can't block.Still, I'd rather not fight or kill him.
>>45078924Fuck thaaat.If this jedi joins up with the rebels, how long do you think it'll take for the empire to realise we pulled a fast one over them?He wants to live, he stays her in seclusion and gives us the saber.Let the galaxy believe we killed this guy.
>>45078804>> “Not really.”Regardless to escape the empire and survive the clone wars is no easy feat.
>>45078893They have trouble with specifics and abrupt actions. You wait until he monologues - which he's clearly been rehearsing - then think really hard about playing cards and shoot when he's really starting to get into the dramatic part.
>>45078804> "Nah pal, I don't want to kill you at all. I just need your light sabre so they will think you are dead. Then you can go back with the rebels, wherever they are, with one of their pilots."
>>45078925or he'll jump.
>>45078804> “Not really.”Also would you find it insulting they only are paying us 25 large, fifty technically. to do this?
> “Not really.”You lower your disruptor rifle, and on seeing that the others lower their weapons too. “Not really. I mean, I hear a lot of stories about you guys. I’m really just here for your lightsaber, I get that back to some guys, they’ll think you’re dead. And I can go back to looking for what I came here for.”“The Katana Fleet,” he says. You tilt your head. “I sensed it in your mind.” Really? You didn’t feel it like you did with the Inquisitors. “I remember seeing those ships take off for the first time, and I remember the debacle that followed on its disappearance. Well, regardless.” He takes his lightsaber hilt off his belt. All of you flinch, ready to fire. But he quickly tosses it deftly, over to Misri. She juggles the blaster, nearly dropping it before taking the big lightsaber in her arms. “There you go.” He turns around, then goes back to sitting crosslegged and facing the wall.…“Wait,” you say. “You’re just going to give us your lightsaber? I thought you guys were too proud for that, that lightsabers are your life, that you’d rather die than lose it!”“The lightsaber does not make a Jedi,” he says. “It is the way we live that make us so.” He holds out his hand, gesturing a bit. “By the way. If you are looking for the Katana Fleet, you may be interested as well in the nav computer I recovered. It’s over here.”Kuvasz and Vikker look over at you. You sigh, stepping forward, up the steps towards him. He continues to sit, right where he is. And you make sure to keep something up on the surface of your mind. Recite every word and letter of the TIE Fighter Pilot’s manual, required memorization for all TIE pilots. Most boring and monotonous thing you ever read. But you look around the stage, to find some spare parts, scrap, holocrons, and yes a small computer that you assume to be the nav logs. “Where did you get this?” you ask.[1/2]
>>45079339[2/2]“From the wreckage of what I assume to have been a Dreadnaught,” he says. “There wasn’t much left.” Hm. Considering the Fleet passed through the Maw cluster, it’s not out of the ordinary that maybe a ship would be damaged by the Maw’s many black holes. Maybe to the point of unrecognizability. “If you have nothing else you need, you may leave in peace.” You’re confused. You never thought a Jedi to be this… passive. You were raised to believe in their arrogance and their moral doggedness and their rigid monk lifestyle. How is this even possible? He looks at you, then grunts. “Still here?”“No, no, I think we’ll be leaving,” you say. You step down the steps with the nav logs. “Come on.”“Wait!” You stop, then glare angrily at Misri. “I-… I mean, it’s a Jedi! I’ve never seen one before! Can’t I like ask him a few questions or something or…”> “No. We’re going.”> “Fine. But don’t take long.”> Other
>>45079364> “No. We’re going.”
>>45079364> “No. We’re going.”Force is bad business. We absolutely do not need Misri getting any ideas.
>>45079364> “Fine. But don’t take long.”She can do it while we're dicking with the computer I suppose.
>>45079364> “Fine. But don’t take long.”
>>45079364>> “No. We’re going.”Bad business.Get out.
>>45079364> “Fine. But don’t take long.”You have until i'm done with the CPu Misri
>>45079364"Fine, but don't take to long."Our pretty much adopted daughter is going to get fucked over by those inquisitor babes. So don't give her a lightsaber now. Maybe later, keep it in our cabin and claim it as ours as until the girls gtfo.
>>45079434We have to give it to them now don't we? I was under the impression we couldn't leave with out it.
>>45079364> "Do you really want to put your foot in another world? Especially one that's so dangerous? You should consider what you have right now. Anyway if you do want to talk don't take long."
>>45079364>> “No. We’re going.”dont become jedi, do not walk past inquisitors.
>>45079364>“Fine. But don’t take long.”
>>45079364>Fine. But don’t take long.”We've already established ourselves as an amateur historian, we're constantly reading about the Jedi. This is our opportunity to have firsthand knowledge.
>>45079364>> “Fine. But don’t take long.”
>>45079364Will he mind if we take the holocrons that are near the scraps?
>>45079527I'm pretty sure he would.
>>45079527Yeah they care about that shit more.
>>45079514That firsthand knowledge is restricted throughout the galaxy and is almost guaranteed to be teaching her force powers. We're setting ourselves up for a lot of Imperial entanglements for even thinking of tolerating it.
>>45079627>expecting people on /tg/ to realize that some choices have consequences
>>45079772Who cares about consequences? Gotta give the waifu whatever she wants.
>>45079810To be fair, Misri did a lot for us and helped upgrade a lot of our stuff.
>>45079627It's not full blown training. It's just questions.
>>45079627I'm just talking about learning what happened from his perspective. Learning about the slaveryof Rome does not require participation.
>>45079867Same. The philosophies will be transfered. Maybe even a few breathing and focusing lessons.And that'll be enough to put her on an Inquisitorial radar searching for force latents.
>>45079864Yeah. So let's get her killed, clearly.
>>45079364>“Fine. But don’t take long.”You have enough time of a few questions, make them count.
>>45079867It's never "just questions" with a Jedi. It's cryptic advice and half truths that encourage her to build up her force powers on her own, and then she gets a little too stressed at something and starts throwing people around with space magic.>>45079864A few upgrades is definitely worth getting put on the Inquisition's genocide list.
>>45079944With the vote, our only chance is to dick the twins so hard they overlook shit.
>>45080039It's going to be a difficult and painful process, but, with courage and friendship, I believe that we can accomplish this horrible task of bedding twins.
>>45080210It'll take all of our resolve
>>45080210>>45080260It's not the first time Rhys has bedded twins, but it will be the first time he's bedded twins that didn't actively like him.
>>45080304New Frontiers then?Then we will see if we can't change that.
>>45080304Break out all the weapons. The good liquor, the aphrodisiacs.
>>45080304But everyone loves us! Especially our enemies!
>>45080385drop the drugs into the liquor
It's not often you see a penis with delusions of grandeur.
>>45080490If we have to ahegao a couple of frigid bitches to save the daughteru, we will.
>>45080523Misri is the daughteru?She is no kid.
>>45080575Age is irrelevant to daughteru status
>>45080618But we stare at her swaying ass.Unless you are into that father/daughter play
> “Fine. But don’t take long.”You sigh, then look up at the ceiling, then back down at the nav log. “Fine. But don’t take too long, I want to get out of here before that storm gets worse.” She grins, then immediately runs over to Dosann’s side. You roll your eyes as Kuvasz and Vikker walk up alongside you, along with Sparks and the other droids.Misri sits down next to him. “Hi.” He looks at her, cocking his head. “My name’s Misri, Misri Beryl.” She offers her hand, smiling nervously at him. “It’s nice to meet you as well.”“You as well.” He gently shakes her hand with his massive clawed hands. “I must admit, it is not often I meet Miraluka.” She tilts her head, confused. “Miraluka.”“What are they?” she asks.“Hm…” Dosann rubs his snout, murmuring a little to himself. “The Miraluka were a fine people. They were blind physically. But in the Force they saw everything. You see, what you see can be deception, but the Force is nothing but truth. You see through the Force, and that means you are sensitive to its powers.”She nods slowly. “So… if-…” She sighs. “I have a lot questions, I’m sorry. And I can’t keep my friends waiting.” They look back at you, and see you impatiently waiting for Misri. “Do-… do you think you could explain why the Jedi aren’t really around anymore? Why you’re here alone by yourself?”He frowns deeply, then looks forward at the wall. “Our arrogance blinded us. And for that, we were punished. The Jedi are no more. Some may still try to restore us as we were, most are dead or in hiding, but for me, seeing the Temple on Coruscant burn and seeing my padawan die in my arms… it told me something. It told me that the Jedi could not be sustained as we were. And that we can never return as we were then. That is why I am here, and that is why I will remain here.”[1/2]
>>45080656[2/2]Misri nods. “So. They killed the Jedi because you were obsolete?”“The Jedi were massacred by a Sith Lord, who grew under our noses and took advantage of our dogma and our self-righteousness. We were punished, plain and simple.”She nods again, hugging her legs as she hangs on his every word. “So, this Force thing. Is it like…”“It is an energy that surrounds all living things. It binds us and brings us together in unity. Some are better at using it than others. Like me.” He points to Misri. “And you.”And after a brief second of contemplation, she says the most horrifying thing you could ever hear. “Do you think you could teach me?” You’re about to go up and drag her out yourself, but he holds up his hand, laughing a little.“I am sorry. But the time of the Jedi has passed,” he explains. “I will not take another padawan. And I will not be responsible for your death at the hands of the Empire.” You stop, glaring at the two. He looks back at you, then back at Misri. “Misri, I understand your curiosity with the Force and who you are, but this is sadly not the time to express one’s power in the Force. We Jedi are all but extinct, and we will remain that way.”Misri looks down, intensely disappointed. “I… I see.” She stands up. “Well, thank you, Master Dosann.” He nods. “I hope you’ll still be here if I ever come back.”“I will remain here to the end of my days, trust in that,” he says.And with that Misri returns to your side. She looks at you, a bit sadly, then shrugs. “We can go.” You nod, taking her along.And with that, you left the Jedi.--[2/3]
>>45080674[3/3]“Hm.” The sisters examine Master Dosann Arroyo’s lightsaber as you stand in their cargo hold. You had sent for Misri and the others to stay in your ship until they leave. “Interesting. We had honestly thought you would be killed retrieving the lightsaber. But we suppose this makes our task much easier.” They place the lightsaber into a lockbox, then hand it to one of their attending Stormtroopers. “Thank you, Mister Cykgil,” says Righto. “You have exceeded our expectations. The other half of your payment will be wired to your account.”“Hey, if you ever need anything…” You smirk, tugging on your jacket a little. “I’m always around.”“Yeah, we do not need anything,” they both say. “Though, we were curious about your crew however, we should like to meet them if you would be so kind.” Dang it, Eudora! And Misri! You’re about to say something but they immediately say to say to you: “This is not a choice.”> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”> Skill: “Yeah, uh, just stay right here. I’m going to go and make sure they know.” Undock the ship and hyperspace away.
>>45080693> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”When they shoot us down> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”
>>45080693>> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”>> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”
>>45080693>> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”And here we go. Consequences HO.Break out that bottle of alcohol you were keeping.
>>45080693>> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”they despise spending time with Rhys. This is the best way to drive them off.
>>45080693> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”
>>45080693> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”See? Cryptic half-truths and encouraging our engineer to practice space magic that's only going to end painfully.
>>45080693> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”Something something they'd love to meet you too. Implies they want to bang them as much as we do. Maybe skeeve them out.
>>45080693>Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”
>>45080761but we encouraged her practice so as long as it's private.
>>45080929Circumstances change. Not a good idea to keep practicing when an =][= has their eye on you.
>not just telling them to fekk off so we can complete our mission given by their bossAnons. You're going to get us mind probed during sex and ruin everything.Fuck.
>>45081130Oh shit he's right anions.Intelligence option
>>45081130well fuck this anon has a point. but at this point its 50/r50
>>45081130I'm not sure why they're trying to seduce the inquisitors either.
>>45080693> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”
>>45080693>> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”
>>45081184Because their disgusted with us and coming on to them might make it seem that it's not worth pursuing seeing our crew.If we rely on Admiral Reeke they know that we are hiding something even more.
>>45081130>>45081184The Inquisition probably supercedes the admiralty and probing can be warded off by broadcasting strong emotions, such as lust. You know, like we just did with them in the interrogation room a little while ago.
>>45081258Pretty sure they stopped because they were grossed out, and if they really wanted to they could just bore straight through it anyway, and likely cause us to bleed from facial orifices in the process.
>>45081254>>45081258So you're banking on Rhys projecting himself as a super pervert somehow warding off the inquisitors and protecting the rest of the crew.That's stupid.
>>45081362Then there's no point in worrying about what happens when the charisma option wins.
>>45081392Meh, That is what i got from the reasoning.
>>45081418I shouldn't be worried about cranial hemorrhages?Anon are you unwell? Might you have brain damage?
>>45081466 Jesus dude, calm down before you have a stroke.
>>45081503I might say the same to you.Surely you understand that suffering any head trauma is an incredibly bad scenario.
>>45081466This entire thing started from a late anon panicking about losing information from sex. If they can so easily force their way through, then they'd do so, and it wouldn't matter what option anyone voted on.
> Charisma: “Are you sure? There’s more stuff I have to debrief you with, regarding my personal expense on this mission you sent me on and how you can further pay me back.”They stare at you once you said that, word for word. “Really,” they both say. You nod. They look at each other, then back at you. “Perhaps you can stop with your non-existent charisma and charm.”You sigh. “Fine.”> Intelligence: “I’m not sure Admiral Reike would like you continuing to delay my mission for your personal stuff like this.”“Look,” you say. “You two are pretty nice I admit. But do you really want to waste my time going though my stuff? Admiral Reike won’t like it if he knows you two have been delaying me constantly.” They tilt their heads at each other, then look back at you. “I’m guessing he doesn’t let you two out often considering you two had me slay a Jedi for you. And consider he himself tells me that you two were gifted to him as bodyguards, I’m guessing you’re subordinate to him as well.”“A lot of guesses,” says Lefty. “Unfortunately, most of those are true. We are indeed reluctantly subordinate to the Admiral.”“So you won’t mind if I make a call and make a complaint about you two then?” you say.They stare quietly at you, then sigh. “Fine. We suppose we will not delay your mission any further, Mister Cykgil. But rest assured, if we find out anything amiss after the fact, we will be back. And in greater numbers.” They lead you to the docking hatch, and you step on through. “By the way, Mister Cykgil, that delusional attitude of yours that implies you have some amount of charisma or intelligence? We would appreciate it if you were to drop it. You are not as charming as you think you are.”[1/2]
>>45081613[2/2]You smirk. “Yes I am.” You shut the hatch, and feel their ship detach from yours. You walk over to the cargo bay, then look down at Eudora, toying around with a scrap part in her hands while Misri works on her N-1. “Eudora.”She looks up. “Yeah?”“I’m going to drop you off at the next point of civilization we reach. Do you need anything?” you ask.She shakes her head, looking down. “I’m fine. I just have to say though, thanks for saving me.” She smiles a little. “You’ve got some nerve.” She stands up and looks up at you. “Tell you what. I know a couple of people in the Rebellion. If you want, I could talk to some people if you need something.”> “Just the bounty lifted is okay.”> “Maybe some black market stuff or something.”> “I think we’re okay for now. Thanks.”> Other
>>45081637>> “I think we’re okay for now. Thanks.”Lets keep the favour for now.
>>45081637>If you can reduce the bounty or some-odd that'd be great. If not well, what that's fine too. I'm not going to kill an old flight school friend in cold blood like Lotte did.
>>45081637>> “I think we’re okay for now. Thanks.”"But I wouldn't mind losing that bounty."
>>45081637>Joke. Well I always wanted a Mon Calamari Cruiser. >>45081637>>45081677This
>>45081637>> “Just the bounty lifted is okay.”
>>45081677I like this, but Lotte didn't kill him, schteel said she only learned that he had been caught and killed. I would replace kill with betray. Other than that I like this.
>>45081887well maybe replace kill with hunted.
> Other“If you could reduce the bounty or something else, that’d be great. If not well, it’s alright. I’m not going to betray an old Flight School friend like Lotte did to Pil.”Eudora gasps a little, then she nods. “Alright. Well…” She bites her lip, looking up at you. “Um. Listen, Rhys.” Misri looks over, listening in on the conversation. “I tried to help Pil defect. I was trying to help him get off out of a military base, there was a scuffle. I failed and he got captured.” Oh. You grip the iron bars of the railing, looking down on her. “It wasn’t really Lotte’s fault. It was mine, I just… I’m not a pilot like you, okay? I couldn’t cover him like I should have.”“It’s fine,” you say. You shake your head. “You’ll get better.” You look at Misri, who quietly goes back to working on the N-1.And with that, you walk back to the cockpit, to find Kuvasz, Vikker, Lev, and R5 readily awaiting your orders. “Alright,” you say. You sit down in the pilot’s seat. “Next point of civilization we encounter, we’ll drop off Eudora, then get back on the road. Lev, did you find anything useful on the navigation logs?”He nods. “It is a much more complete map of the Katana Fleet’s travels, sir.” He shows it to you.…“Lev,” you say. He tilts his head. “This thing is covered in hyperspace trails.”[1/2]
>>45082156[2/2]“Sir, if the theory that the Katana Fleet is continually moving, it is no surprise that it is covered in hyperspace trails.” Damn it. You sigh, leaning back in your seat. “Sir, if I may offer you a suggestion. If we retrieve the other nav logs from Alpheridies and from the edge of the galaxy, we may be able to put together a crude tracking device, that will allow us to pinpoint the next destination of the Katana Fleet.”“I like that idea,” says Vikker. “Seems simple enough.”“Why can’t we do it with just the one?” you ask.“There is still corrupted data from age and disuse on this navlog. More copies would clear up the noise, and potentially even allow us to predict the next destination of the Katana Fleet to the thousandth decimal point.” Hm, interesting plan you guess. “We would receive an even greater boon if we were to find an intact and fully functional model of navicomputer used by the Dreadnaughts.”“That would mean again going back in time,” says Kuvasz. “All the way to the Naboo Crisis. And no ship today uses those old navicomputers. You’d find nonfunctional ones in museums, even the Naboo have upgraded past that.”Hm.“Sir, I am ready to take us to our next destination.”> Alpheridies> Edge of the Galaxy> Smuggler’s Haven> Other
>>45082175>>JennisTime to spend our loot.
>>45082175>Edge of the GalaxyIt's getting too crowded in my sky. Let's get ourselves some breathing room (which will, of course, be full of rebels but Rhys doesn't know that).
>>45082175>Edge of the GalaxyI've always wanted to see it.>They say that they were people who got to the edge of space and went insane. Never made much sense to me, I've seen the edge, just looked like more space.
>>45082175>> Smuggler’s Haven>Le's pay back our stuff with Jennis.
>>45082175> Edge of the Galaxy
>>45082175>Edge of the Galaxy
>>45082175>OtherCall up Jennis to pay off our debt and if she has any leads on antique scrap hulls that might have the navcomputer we need.
>>45082175>> Edge of the GalaxyYuuzhan Vong HO
>>45082271>If that's the case shouldnt we buy that T-7 Ion disruptor and the Mandolorian skirt?
> Edge of the Galaxy“Take us to the edge of the galaxy this time, Lev.” You stand up out of the chair. “I’ll leave the hyperspace piloting to you.” He nods, and you, Kuvasz, and Vikker leave the cockpit. The ship rumbles as it reenters hyperspace.“Well, I think we’re getting closer and closer to a real big payday.” Vikker pats your arm, clicking his tusks. “Good work.” You nod to him, and with that, he leaves. Kuvasz however remains.“For what it’s worth, I am glad you let Misri at least converse with Master Dosann,” he says.You sigh. “What, more talk about the Force?”“I know you like to think that the Force isn’t real, but it is,” he says. You roll your eyes, placing your hands on your hips. “I am not sensitive to it like Misri may be, or like others like the Jedi. But from what I know from the Jedi I knew and the Jedi I’ve killed in the past, it is not something that you can just ignore. It is there, and it calls to those it graces.” He crosses his arms, looking down on you. “You’re scared that she might bring you unwanted attention, aren’t you?”“No,” you say. “I’m scared that she’ll go in over her head believing in nonsense like it. So what if the Force exists? It’s not like it helps anybody. I’ve gotten where I am without some magic powers.”“Regardless, Misri is an adult like you,” he says. “Try not to police her too hard.” He pats your arm, stepping past you and to his quarters.You sigh. What are you going to do if Misri tries to practice the Force on you? Wait, are you- Ugh. Now you’re starting to believe in it. Damn it, damn it. “Sir.” You look back to the cockpit, to see Lev standing in the doorway. “We have an incoming transmission from Warmaster Vizsla.”[1/2]
>>45082952[2/2]“Patch it through to my holopad,” you call. He nods. You walk to your quarters, then take out your holopad and set it on your desk. On the holoprojector comes the image of Warmaster Forn Vizsla, sitting on her throne, accompanied by her elite Nite Furies, Erma, Uggla, and Lima. “Warmaster.”“Rhys.” She smiles happily, crossing her legs and sipping a cup of tea. “It’s good to see you. I haven’t heard from you in a while.”You shrug. “Oh, well, things have been busy. What about you?”“I came to chat,” she says. “It is of the upmost importance to me to keep my assets closes as you are well aware.” Of course, of course. “However, I hear you are hunting a very big prize.” … Please don’t say the Katana Fleet, please don’t say the Katana Fleet. “I don’t know what you’re hunting at the moment, but it is of interest to us.”“Well, I’m not sure I can say right now,” you say. “Considering a lot of other parties are looking for it too. But-“ You look to see Erma whispering in her ear.“Oh, I’m sorry, Rhys. I have to cut this short.” She stands up. “Apparently we have actually located the Darksaber. We are redirecting back to Tatooine to claim it, by force if necessary. I myself will engage with Jabba the Hutt personally on this matter. Until next time.” Her transmission cuts out.Oh boy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXiTrWjSGmgThat's it for tonight's chapter of Star Wars: Fortune Hunter. Again, I got snowed in, so I hope you enjoyed a Thursday feature. Tomorrow will be likely more of the same as well so look forward to that.Follow at: https://twitter.com/GermanSchteelAsk at: http://germanschteel.tumblr.com/See you next time.
>>45082978Thanks for running mate, pleasure as usual
>>45082965>>45082978Aye, fuck.Time to stop a war.Halt Engines, turn around to Tatooine.
>>45082978Dammit, we're gonna have to see if we can lean on any Empire personnel for it.
>>45082978Dammit more buying shit didn't win. Oh well next time. Also German why do you point out Smuggler's Haven as a choice to go to?It's not on any Nav logs.BTW did Misri hear us fucking our merchant friend?
>>450830691. Smuggler's Haven will always be a safe haven for when you want to get easy paying jobs and find other merchants to do business with. You just have to make sure to find people who can look past your Imperial background.2. Maybe.
>>45083097Why would we want to deal with other Merchants when Jennis gives us pretty good stuff for more or less reasonable prices.
>>45083097Did she enjoy listening like a perv
>>45083117Well if not that, then you can still go to Smuggler's Haven for jobs and what not.>>45083133She'd rather forget about it.
>>45083097What do you rate our chances of getting the darksaber through imperial means
>>45083117Variety, price differences, anything else schteel can entice us with.
>>45083097So any faction changes?Also any upgrades or notable repairs did Misri add or do?BTW were their parts or upgrades for the H-Wing or Sparks that Jennis can provide? or did we catch her on a bad day or we couldn' afford to?
>>45083143Little.>>450831481. None so far.2. She's still fixing up the N-1 some, but she did recently restore weapons system, and she'll be able to attach the X-Wings proton torpedo launcher to the N-1 as well as the shield generator for it.3. The H-Wing is too rare for Jennis to find parts for, and Jennis simply doesn't have parts for the Vulture droid at the moment. With some persuasion, you could probably get her to find some for you.
>>45083135That loud huh?BTW what did the twins see. I hope it was lewd starfighters.
>>45083194How bad is the outcome of a fight between the mandos and Jabba's Criminal Empire? Who has the greater striking power? Will the Empire intervene?
>>45083194Did she restore the original N-1 laser cannons or added the X-Wing or Y-Wing scrap?
>>45083215The Mandos probably have more immediate power, but the longer it goes on the worse it's going to get as favors are called in and ships withdrawn from other locations.
>>450831991. It's up to your imagination.>>450832152. The Furies are all trained and disciplined in fighting, so they'll have the edge over common criminals and pirates. But in terms of numbers, Jabba has them. The Furies are only interested in the Darksaber, not taking the palace. And between criminals, the Empire won't intervene unless it absolutely has to.>>450832283. Both, she's adding on the X-Wing's wingtip laser cannons to be attached to the outer engines as new wingtip cannons.
>>45083194with the X-Wing Torpedo Launcher does it still carry only three rounds or will it carry the N-1 starfighter configuration of 6?
>>45083355Probably best to try and negotiate something.
>>45083355Did she manage to repair the hull, or finish restoring the engines to full form? So are we going to be given a choice on whether or not we are going to Tantooine?
>>450834511. She's still currently working on using the scrap metal to repair the hull along with restoring the engines.2. Right now, Rhys' mind is set on the edge of the galaxy, his job first.
>>45083497>2. Right now, Rhys' mind is set on the edge of the galaxy, his job first.Surely we can u-turn to head back.Infact, that does seem to be what a number of people are wanting to do.
>>45083497But isn't the Naboo FIghter's hull made with some shiny metal and if we are using scrap wouldn't it lose it quality of being a beautiful starcraft since it's not the same material? Also made a slight error it was 5 not 6.Also is the H-Wing now in the Cargo Bay or is it still attached outside the hull of the Bartoz?
>>45083544Probably cargo bay, me thinks.
>>45083513I may reconsider and have the next thread start at Tatooine, depending on how I can work it in and if enough people actually do want the u-turn.>>450835441. Yes.2. It's still attached outside.
>>45083563That's a damn shame, well I'm sure Misri will figure something out to make it shine in the sun again.Also i checked what you said before and compared our ship to other capital ships and we can outrun them all with our new engines. (at least in the atmosphere)
>>45083643Fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy.
>>45083655Obviously at some point of time we should do dinner kessel run
>>45083513I'm sure the Mandos, warrior elite commandos whoA. Had the army that built the foundation if the empire based off thenB. Directly trained almost all Pl commandos for that armyC. Routinely fought jedi in the past, and we're such a large threat people needed the dark side to winD. Are too god damn cute can figure out a way to storm a palace and grab one thing
>>45083679and if they screw up, we can bail them out after our mission. >>45083655But the problem with the CR-90 was that the engines were so big that it's armament can't fire at the rear because with will hit their own engines. Will that be a problem with the Bartolz?Also since the N-1 gained the X-Wing shield generators will it gain the same properties of its deflecter shields such as increasing it speed when in use?
>>45083679And piss off Jabba in the process.No one pisses off Jabba and gets away with it (at least not before RotJ).
>>45083655It's a beautiful hunk of junk and you know it. Next to the Hammerhead Corvettes
>>450837411. No, the new engines are sidemounted.2. Yes.
Should we just hold a vote on uturn or not back to desert planet?I say yes.
>>45083796Why?>>45083775So how is business between Jennis and the Mandos been doing?Also it's been awhile? didn't we tell them about our merchant friend a few days ago?
>>450838461. Jennis so far is trying to make inroutes into offerring them decent scrap and weaponry before going into the big stuff. Trying to save the best for last after all. All the Mandos are really more concerned about her trying to snatch them up in the night to be sold as slaves. Uggla wouldn't mind.2. In Warmaster Vizsla's mind, it's been a while.
>>45083878>In Warmaster Vizsla's mind, it's been a while.Why are they so cute?
>>45083878http://pastebin.com/0ezww209Here is the new pastebin. Btw how is Misri taking to the new blaster incomparison to the E-11 rifles?
>>45083878Did you see the new Mando fighters in Rebels?Will they show up like the Hammerheads?
>>45083906Warmaster Vizsla's Furies aren't actually all Mandalorians by birth. In order to fill her ranks, she poaches every girl who looks capable she can find, from Imperial Academy cadets, to students interested in Mandalorian history, to just random girls off the street if necessary. I've said this before, but the Furies, at least most of them not including the Nite Furies and Vizsla herself, are actually literally cute girls doing cute things.>>45083917The S-5 feels a lot more intuitive than E-11, considering the massive amount of mods and attachments it has in her opinion.>>45083935The new Mando fighters are awesome, and I may make them an addition to the Furies' already formidable and increasingly growing fleet.
>>45083943Did they capture anything since we last met them? Also why would Rhys in character make a uturn for the Mandos? I mean he knows their formable. Does the new mando fighters have a name? I can't find one.
>>450839881. They've acquired more 2. If the players want it. Though again, Rhys' mind is set on his job first.3. Kom'rk-class fighters or Gauntlet fighters. They show up a lot in TCW and recently Rebels.
>>45084054I think he'll focus on his job first unless the Mandos are actually in trouble which right now their not. Hmmm, that will be quite a story to find out how they managed to get those star fighters.BTw now that i think about it what did she do with all those droid starfighers the last time we been there?
>>45084120Warmaster Vizsla saw how the Crusaders were riding them into battle, and decided to start adapting them as well to that purpose.
>>45084120I think its exactly that rhys jknows their style that he might want to stop full hostilities from occuring
>>45084169I can kind of understand the gunships but wouldn't the vulture droids with it's high speed kill the riders?I mean not to mention them trying to ride them into space.
>>45084253Within reason. They still have the Y-Wings. They'll use the vultures for atmosphere stuff.Plus, hey, if the Mandos of old could ride Basilisk war droids through a planets atmosphere, doesn't mean the Mandos of new can't either.
>>45084296but the mandos of old have life support systems built in their suits or well made enough to do so.Most of the furies are using clone war armor which is less complex or as well made. I think it's a big difference.
>>45084296Hey.Hey schteel.Reengineered Mando Basilisk Vultures.
>>450843731. The Furies have a wide variety of armor, mostly salvaged. They can scrounge together armor that can work life support harnesses in too.>>450843752. That's the basic idea.Anyway, it's late. And I must sleep. Night night.