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The first thing you feel is a terrible pain in your head, throbbing in time with a grating synthetic voice as you come to consciousness.
"Oh HEY, the commander is waking up. Long time no see boss."
You try to move your body as the numbness in your limbs recedes, and while you fail to move your arms (they appear to be secured by some bindings to the surface on which you find yourself.) you do manage to open your eyes and gaze out into the room around you.
"Whoa, that's awesome! the sedatives were supposed to keep him out for a few more hours"
You are surrounded by...
Slain bridge crew and a cocky grin, piercing agony in your chest
Droids, your mind supplies after a couple of seconds. Baktoid combat automata.

They chatter inanely around you, seemingly more interested in your swift recovery than your utter confusion.

>>"Where am i, what's going on?
>>Clear your throat, get their attention.
>>See if you can undo your bindings. This lack of freedom vexes you.
>>Write in

I will accept write ins if they get enough support, but please be reasonable, i reserve the right to ignore shitposters.
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>>2307889
>>See if you can undo your bindings. This lack of freedom vexes you.
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>>2307889
>Clear your throat, get their attention.
>Other: "Report."
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>>2307889
>See if you can undo your bindings. This lack of freedom vexes you.

>"Status report, now"

Emphasis on the now, like a gravely and mean baritone.
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>>2307889
>>>"Where am i, what's going on?
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>>2307898
This sounds good
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>>Free yourself, Status report.
Seeing as the numbness of your body has almost entirely diminished, you pull at your bindings and are surprised to feel them open rather easily.
You pull your arms in front of you.
All six of them.
Clacking your mandibles in thought you sit up on the surgical table you were previously bound to and find yourself looking over the B1 droids around you as their chattering ceases.
They called you commander earlier, and the realisation brings more memories(?) to the forefront. Battlefield tactics, Supply lines and other facets of military theory flood your mind. feeling less like memories and more like things you just KNOW. You must think on this more later.
"Status report." Yes, that's what you're supposed to say.

"Aw jeez"
"Oh no"
"He's gonna be mad"
The droids pull together into a tight group then collectively push a yellow-striped command droid to the front. It attempts to claw it's way back in but stops when it realises that he has been elected as representative.
"Uhh... well, Sir.. we lost. The war that is, against the republic."

The droids whisper behind him.
"They're the empire now."
"Aren't they still led by the same guy?"
"Shut up the boss is looking."
The Command droid looks back and hushes his squad before continuing.

"The Separatist council is all dead sir. And 95 percent of the Confederate Navy has been deactivated. So we decided to take matters into our own hands."

It stares at you for a moment, his sandy brown faceplate unreadable during the pause.
"We're down to one providence class cruiser sir, running on a skeleton crew with no fighter wings. We had to cannibalise them for parts and fuel."
"And to keep the Uh... The cloning apparatus running."
It gestures to the large tank filled with suspicious liquid behind you.

"Lastly, we have you sir. we stole some old cloning tech from a military installation near Kamino. It's actually how we lost the rest of the fleet. We used the remains of our old admiral and cloned you from him sir."
It brings up a holopad with several medical diagrams and continues to speak.

"We did the best job we could but you came out a bit different to what we expected sir, it was a bit touch and go, and we had to make some surgical tweaks to ensure your survival. We had to reinforce your exoskeleton to handle the unexpected size difference. you currently stand at 7 foot 8 inches, and while your exoskeleton is pretty damn tough you're still not bulletproof."

"The squad will help you get dressed, it's best if i explain the rest on the bridge.
>>
>You pull your arms in front of you.
>All six of them.

Uh we have more arms then grievous
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Some time later you find yourself being escorted down the halls of the-YOUR ship. Heavy footsteps echoing down metal corridors.
You are surrounded by droids, but somehow it still feels terribly lonely.
Eventually your group reaches the turbolift up to the bridge, as you head up a rather pleasant little jingle plays, you'll have to ask what it;s called later.
Eventually you step out onto the command deck of your cruiser, most of the consoles aren't crewed and what crew there is (more B1's) have to go between several different stations in order to make sure everything is running correctly.

You take your seat at the centre of the bridge as the command droid turns to you and brings up the navigation menu.
"Good to see you up and about sir, we are currently hiding inside a nebula just outside the Christoph system. I don't mean to alarm you but we're running out of everything, Fuel, parts and Droids. Uhh... no pressure."
It seems a bit sheepish for a second before continuing.
"We should have enough fuel to make it to tatooine. but if we can't find fuel there it's over."

"What do we do boss?"

>>YOU ARE NOW IN CONTROL.
>>Fleet assets: 1 Providence cruiser. perfect condition, bugger all crew.
>>Ground assets: 1 Squad of 18 B1 droids. 1 Droid commander. The Admiral Reborn.
>>questions?

>>Head to tatooine
>>Die in space.
>>write in.
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>>2308442
>>>questions?
What kind of knowledge do we have IC about CIS resources that might be left?
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>>2308487
You know where everything used to be thirty years ago. through a combination of resurfacing memories and official records.
however, thirty years is a long time.
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>>2308500
Legends or disney's steaming pile?
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>>2308509
Legends ofc.
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>>2308442
>Head to tatooine
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>>2308526
>>Head to tatooine
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So if I'm able count correctly(big if) Luke has just started his jedi school on yavin at this time
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>>2308561
Ah this is embarassing, i meant to set this before the battle of yavin, can we all just agree that i said 20 years instead of 30
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>>2308580
Well I hope we don't run into imperials over tatooine then
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5 more minutes to vote then i start writing
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Oh shit, I love the droids in Star Wars.
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>>2308626
Well you've come to the right place.

Hyperspace is both relaxing and rather beautiful to look at, frankly it's almost a shame when you come back into realspace, however one cannot make use of hyperspace without fuel, and when it comes to that you are desperately in need. Luckily enough when you enter the system (right at the edge of course) there are relatively few other ships in system, and they all appear to be civilian freighters or transports.

Your command droid pipes up after confirming your safety with the scanner systems.
"Admiral, there's a couple ways we could go about this, we could just extort the locals for what we need. Or if we head down to the planet, we could see if any Banking clan officials or representatives are down there, the new empire might not have frozen all our funds."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>as always feel free to ask questions.
>>Head down to the planet, try to find a bank.
>>Bully some freighters
>>Write In
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>>2308649
>Head down to the planet, try to find a bank

Monies pls
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>>2308649
>Head down to the planet, try to find a bank.
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>>2308653
>>2308655
hello yes i would like to make a withdrawal.
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>>2308649
>>>Head down to the planet, try to find a bank.
Best not to attract too much attention, yet. Last thing we want is Imperial forces jumping in to investigate piracy claims.
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>>2308682
You can't fight a war with empty pockets. Besides, with all of the entire banking clan either dead or to scared to even touch them, ALL of that glorious CIS dental gold will belong to us. Then we can start buying our god damn starfighters/bombers/gunships back
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it looks pretty unanimous on the shekels front so i'll start writing.
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>>2308700
wait.

Roll me some d100s
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Rolled 37 (1d100)

>>2308704
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Rolled 31 (1d100)

>>2308704
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Rolled 29 (1d100)

>>2308704
Gotchu
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>>2308707
>>2308712
>>2308716
Well fuck me then, I managed to roll even lower.
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>>2308718
>inb4 storm troopers poor in from every crack and corner to blow a hole in our ass
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>>2308707
>>2308712
>>2308716
Writing
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>>2308739
WE FUCKING BROKE.
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"Let's head down subtly, we can't afford to make waves yet."
luckily you don't have to try and land the Fist of Mammon down on the planet as you have a functional shuttle in the hangar bay. bringing a few B1's with you you head down to try and make sense of your fiscal situation.

And that is when the bureaucracy starts.

"What do you mean i can't land?"
"There's a docking fee?"
"The whole reason i came here was to use the bank. because i have no money."
"How can i pay docking fees if i can't access my account."
two hours later, and you decide to sidestep the bullshit by simply landing in someone else's garden, you'll pay for damages later with your riches.

Turning onto the main Road, several B1's in tow you are somewhat startled by pic related. inbetween you and the bank.
this might be a problem.
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>>2308790
>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>plan lads?
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>>2308790
>I am a used to be CIS banker looking to access my accounts and sell off my old combat droids. Would you mind stepping aside?
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>>2308790
>>2308811
This. If it doesn't work, see if offering something as collateral does.
Also capitalize your I's, QM.
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>>2308811
well no one else seems to be voting at the moment so bluffing it is.

Maybe if you walk past with your droids fast and quiet enough they won't notice you.

"Hey sir, cam i talk to you about those droids for a minute?"

It was a fragile hope.
Roll me some d100's
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>>2308871
>>can I
fug
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Rolled 43 (1d100)

>>2308871
Boi if I get another shit roll
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>>2308881
at least it's only slightly below average
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Rolled 48 (1d100)

>>2308871
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>>2308881
>>2308906
I think your quest is cursed.
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>>2308881
>>2308906
>>2308924
yeah i think so too
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Rolled 75 (1d100)

>>2308871
>>2308938
Also here's a roll.
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Rolled 83 (1d100)

>>2308871
back and with a roll! CHECK EM
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>>2308944
>>2308954

WOOOOO

"Of course officer what appears to be the matter?"
You're sweating, you are outnumbered,
surrounded and you don't know the capabilities of these troopers"
"Well there's these two droids we're looking for, an R2 unit and a custom built protocol droid, I don't suppose you've seen or come into contact with either of them?"
Your throat is dry, you can't get the words out, are you even capable of speaking basic?
You thought you were good at talking to people, OH BY THE FORCE HE'S STARING AT YOU AND YOU'RE JUST STANDING THERE.

"Hey sarge come over here, I think I found something."

He takes one last look at you then moves over to check a speeder with an old man and his son inside.

Your relief can be picked up by scanners on coruscant.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>head into the bank
>>write in
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>>2308978
>>head into the bank
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>>2308978
>Head to the bank.

Confederate dental gold now!
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My electricity just died, so I reckon we’ll leave it for now yeah.
See you lads in the morning
Can’t really fix it till then.
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>>2309039
Sweet dreams OP.
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>>2309039
Come back soon, I want to start a life of Space Piracy as soon as possible.
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I LIVE

>>Into the bank
writing
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The bank itself is actually a rather impressive building for Mos Eisley, being several stories tall and rather well decorated on the inside, however it all looks a bit worn down. As if someone has been trying to look after it for a long time and hasn't always been able to.
The actual interior of the bank consists of several terminals and a very dozy looking cashier currently deep in conversation with a hutt.
You move to a nearby unoccupied terminal and start to check the old accounts.
You knew that the Empire had shut down most of your funds, but you still didn't quite know what to expect when you actually took a look, luckily for you there were a few accounts that they missed.
You know too much, Sidious will have you disposed of soon. you need your own reserve.

Now to discuss how much to take, the accounts could still be monitored, even if the empire didn't freeze them, you don't particularly feel like being caught in a trap but you still need cash.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Take a small amount, maybe they'll miss a few decimal points here and there.
>>Take a large chunk, You'll need it.
>>Take it all and hope they don't send too many Venators for you to escape.
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>>2309777
>Take a small amount, maybe they'll miss a few decimal points here and there.

Don't need space cops after us.
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>>2309779
well damn, buddy.
it seems pretty dead around here.
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>>2309777
>>>Take it all and hope they don't send too many Venators for you to escape.
Take it all, fuel up asap and leave the planet. We should remain in the outer rim, though.
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>>2309777
>Take a large chunk, You'll need it.
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>>2309777
>Take a large chunk, You'll need it.

Emperor already knows we're alive and in possession of a CIS frigate, so fuck it.

Also if and when we decide to build a base or something, I say we shack the fuck up in terms of real estate, property and tax laws. We can do all the illegal shit we want pur very existance is illegal, but I don't want no space-IRS on our ass.
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>>2309840
OH yeah, and leg it as soon as you do, like the minute that shit is set off get the fuck off planet.
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i'll give it 5 more minutes for votes, then start writing
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You don't withdraw all of your old funds, instead you take about 40 percent of what was there and transfer it onto a portable transaction terminal.
>>Assets Acquired: 16 Million credits.
Deciding that it's probably a good idea to get your business on the planet done as swiftly as possible, you head out and check your holopad for potential fuel sources in the area.
Unfortunately there aren't any orbital platforms or large scale refuelling stations in system, however you do manage to contract a passing tanker to slip you some on the side.
>>The Fist of Mammon has been partially refuelled.

You are in the middle of a large (relatively) and bustling market, with lots of money.
>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Head back to your ship.
>>There is a machine shop over to your left, you can hear beeps and synthesised voices coming from within.
>>There are some oddly familiar looking droids outside of a nearby cantina, an R2 unit and a protocol droid. Didn't the stormtrooper say something about that earlier?
>>There is a stall nearby with some rather dangerous looking weaponry on it. You could do with something for personal defence.
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>>2309876
>There is a machine shop over to your left, you can hear beeps and synthesised voices coming from within.
Maybe we'll find an hk model or something nice
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>>2309876
>There is a stall nearby with some rather dangerous looking weaponry on it. You could do with something for personal defence.

We'll need need non-outdated guns for our future droid army.
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>>2309876
>>There is a machine shop over to your left, you can hear beeps and synthesised voices coming from within.
We need more crew...could even take those droids outside the bar
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>>2309876
>>>Head back to your ship.
The plan was to leave the planet ASAP, do not get distracted.
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Normally you'd want to leave as soon as possible after doing something this risky, but you do need more crew for your ship and there's no telling what could be in the shop so you enter and take a look around.
The shop itself is rather cramped, with droids in various states of repair and disrepair lining the walls and in heaps upon the floor. Several Jawas go from pile to pile yanking out components and welding new bots together.
Let's see what catches your eye.
>>roll me some d100's +10 for knowing what to look for.
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Rolled 4 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2310051
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Rolled 34 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2310051
roll
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Rolled 13 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2310051
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Rolled 62 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2310051
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Rolled 4 (1d4)

this is a roll on a table rather than a skill roll, so let's see what you got.
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Rolled 17 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2310051
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>>2310080
As you skulk around in the back of the machine shop, occasionally pushing piles of scrap out of the way, you slowly form an internal image on the kind of droid you're looking for. You'll need something smart to serve on the bridge, an old tactical droid would be ideal, but you'd settle for a civilian diagnostic droid if you had to. Or maybe an astromech, the B1's are not exactly suited for complex repairs.
Still internally debating, you turn a corner and come face to face with two somewhat rusted (but familiar) faces.
How in all the galaxy did a bunch of jawa's get these?
Giving them a quick look over, it very quickly becomes apparent that they are very emphatically in bad shape, one of them only actually being half of a Magnaguard.
At least it's the top half.
After discussing a price with the proprietor of this fine establishment (an unusually tall jawa), you come to the final figure of 100k credits in total. This one knows exactly what he's found.
>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Pay the jawa and be on your way. It's expensive, but worth every penny.
>> Power them up and give them your command credentials, they'll walk out with you on their own.
>>Maybe try to haggle him down some more?
>>Write in
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>>2310121
We'll pay the 100k but we want spare parts and an astromech as well to help maintain our shit
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>>2310121
>Pay the jawa and be on your way. It's expensive, but worth every penny.
We got that we came for lets go
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>>2310121
>Maybe try to haggle him down some more?
Ask for some repair bits and bobs for them. Seeing as a TIE fighter is around 60,000 C brand new he is ripping us off big time. We cant waste time but we can at least get some replacement and scrap parts. Besides, nobody on this shithole planet will ever pay as much for these, especially in the condition they are in.
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>>2310121
>Maybe try to haggle him down some more?
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>>2310121
>>Maybe try to haggle him down some more?
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>>2310121

Do something like this: >>2310136
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roll me some d100's to haggle lads.
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Rolled 22 (1d100)

>>2310158
B O I
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Rolled 16 (1d100)

>>2310158
FUCKING JEWA'S
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>>2310159
>>2310162
What is with this quest, man.
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>>2310162
>>2310159
Your jewjitsu is weak
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Rolled 83 (1d100)

>>2310158
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>>2310168
is it bo3(best of three)?

>>2310168
It's only polite to haggle. The Jawa should be happy we are giving it the time of day.
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>>2310173
generally yeah it's best of three.
don't worry the 83 was just in time.

"One hundred thousand credits? You must think me a madman. Why that offer is so insultingly grotesque, I may as well take my business elsewhere."
The Jawa stutters and steps between you and the exit, gesticulating wildly with his hands.
"Wait wait wait, perhaps i was too hasty in my initial pricing, I'm sure we can agree that 75 thousand credits is a much more affordable price, after all you must understand that i have a clan to feed?"
You make a show of turning your chelicerae up at his offer, clacking them together dismissively ."There's not a single sentient on this planet who'd pay that, you'll need to do better than that to impress me."
His eyes go wide and he stops for a second, folding his arms and thinking before raising his hand in an exaggerated "aha" motion.
"Perhaps I could throw something else in? the second droid is heavily damaged, perhaps the materials to repair it? I also recently found a repair droid in the wastes, it would be no great loss to make good with such a wealthy sentient of culture as yourself."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>TAKE HIS OFFER? Y/N
>>Write in
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>>2310201
Yes
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>>2310201
>TAKE HIS OFFER? (Y)
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>>2310201
>yes
This thread refueled my love for star wars and i have been playing The original star wars battlefront 2 all morning, so thanks OP i appreciate it, truly a great franchise.
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>>2310201
>Y
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>>2310201
Yes
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So our character
>knows about Sidious
>Used to be a commander from CIS
>one that is know for his temper as the droid showed

Are we a bad cloned Grievous?
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>>2310217
We're this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NqiSiWT5a4
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>>2310230
but a foot and a half bigger yeah.

"Well, I suppose I can Settle for that" You say, reaching to shake his hand. "It was a pleasure doing business with you."
You take a moment to finalise the transaction and prepare the damaged droid and the parts for transport.
>>ASSET ACQUIRED: MAGNAGUARDS.
>>-Credits 15.925 million remaining.
You head out of the machine shop, one Magnaguard in tow the other being carried by your B1 guards in a large crate.

When you head out, you notice that the streets
seem different, more tense. The white armoured soldiers from earlier are kicking down doors and have several men in strange armour lined up in front of the building just down the streets.

It springs to mind that you appear rather conspicuous right now.
roll me some d100's
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Rolled 9 (1d100)

>>2310233
No droids or robots here. I am a humble business man
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Rolled 81 (1d100)

>>2310233

I am but a humble star goyim. REMEMBER THE SIX GAZILLION ALIENS KILLED ON MUSTAFAR
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Rolled 30 (1d100)

>>2310233
[Statement] I'm curious
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Rolled 90 (1d100)

>>2310233
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>>2310237
Don't forget the Genosians being whipped out.
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>>2310240
>Bug people

D E S I G N A T E D S H I T T I N G C O M B S
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>but a foot and a half bigger yeah.

So you are saying we are a big guy?
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Hmm kinda want to save the rebels so we can acquire intel and maybe be part of the attack to the Death Star.

But then again we could just use the rebels as cover let then fight the imps while we grab our stuff and run away.
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>>2310249
I don't care what we do. But when we have the option to get old droid craft back. We are getting this bad boi
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>>2310253
Isn't droid tech rather i dunno out of date? But then again the empire doesn't have figthers with shields.
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>>2310249
Nah, we leave the rebels to their fate and bugger off. No regerts

Then, we track down more CIS tech, maybe a factory or two and start our business in the Outer Rim so we can actually throw around some weight.
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>>2310253
Mah nigga

>>2310255
There doesnt seem to be any real difference between KOTOR and SW E1 tech so we are pretty much good to go with droids.
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>>2310237
The instant you see what's happening you pull the magnaguard sideways into a alley while your B1's bring the crate in behind you.
Taking a second to peek around the corner you spot nine stormtroopers and two humans in what are clearly officer's uniforms.
The sentients they have lined up on the floor come from several races, you spot an ithorian, A very tall Twi-Lek man and two Humans, one much older than the other if the white fur on his face is natural.
The young man looks terrified, but the older man is much more unnerving.
He is staring at you.

The stormtroopers are between you and the garden in iwhich you parked your shuttle, it's a good ten minute walk between her and there though.

>>GROUND ASSETS: two battle droids, 1 Magnaguard. The Admiral Reborn.

>>YOU ARE IN COMMAND
>>[Spoiler]Let this battle be the first of many, they will mourn this day.[/Spoiler]
>>Better to retreat now, injuries taken here could cost you too much.

Battle droids are armed with Blaster rifles and fragmentation grenades.
The magnaguard is unarmed, but they can reliably do battle with Jedi Knights.
[Spoiler]You are the might of the confederacy personified, they will weep at your passing and tremble upon hearing your heavy footsteps.[/Spoiler]

having to click the "I'm not a robot" button makes me giggle.
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>>2310247
4 u
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>>2310260
Fucked up the spoiler.
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>>2310255
The empire barely have any infantry support starcraft outside of the occasional tie-fighter strafe, tie-bomber and maybe the tie interceptor.

Plus, imagine your a storm trooper.

>Serving in the imperial army.
>Some idiot is raising another droid army.
>Fuckingclankers.jpg
>Go in there expecting to massacre them.
>Once landed a fire fight breaks out.
>This should be ea-
>All of the sudden you hear something in the sky.
>You look up
>You only get to see it for a few seconds before you are blown up by a heavy laser cannon.
>Last thing you hear
>"FUCKING IMPERIAL FAGS. GET THE FUCK OFF MY DROID INFANTRY REEEEEEEEEEEEE"

Plus if they are out of dare, we can always retro fit
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>>2310260
I say we frag em and conscript the people to work for us
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>>2310260
Light, heavily accurate blaster fire to take them out quickly and make it look like rebels did it.
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>>2310260
Gtfo, the Empire might be on our ass because of the transaction, besides, the old dude seems intense enough and we wont really gain anything from killing them anyway.

>>2310267
And yeah, these guys are badass. Shame they got shafted by the cartoon. As did many other cool things.
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>>2310260
>>2310270
Agree.
Set up an ambush.
PEW PEW PEW.
Rebels did this.
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>>2310260
>attack, they are blocking our way to the ship
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also just as a quick note, this quest is animated by Genndy Tartakovsky.
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>>2310278

yeah it was a shame. But at least in the few legends they tore up clone infantry like motherfuckers. Imagine if we retrofit better shielding to these things so they could withstand heavy blaster fire and rockets. Sure it would be even heavier and now flew like a garbage truck with wings and jets but now it becomes a flying UHAAT with wings and jets
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writing, seems like an almost unanimous vote for war.
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>>2310293
>try to remain entirely discreet and stay out of trouble
>turn around and immediately blow what cover we have by ATTACKING EMPIRE FORCES
Fucking...
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>>2310299
Know that feel
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You snap you mandibles once in thought, a dozen plans fill your mind each one discarded as possibilities are calculated and measured against each other. You know every move, every angle and preparation.
You open your eyes.
0.93 seconds have passed.
You whisper commands to your droids and ready them for the fight.

>>Commander Ability Discovered: Cogs of War. Gain +5 to all command rolls in combat for each distinct droid type (commander included)
Roll me some d100's lads
Plus 10 for ambush
Plus 10 for magnaguards and B1's.
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>>2310312
>>(commander not included)
fug
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Rolled 58 (1d100)

>>2310312

EVERY MAN A BANKER!
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Rolled 50 + 20 (1d100 + 20)

>>2310312
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Rolled 64 + 20 (1d100 + 20)

>>2310312
oh shite I rolled wrong
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Rolled 5 + 20 (1d100 + 20)

>>2310312
FUG
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Rolled 43 + 20 (1d100 + 20)

>>2310312
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>>84: Decisive victory.
You are Lieutenant Hadrian Valken, and you are having an excellent day so far, there'll be promotions at the end of this.
A whole cell of rebel scum thoroughly rousted, maybe you'll be assigned an AT-ST to command, next step... General!
But you will be unable to take that next step, and as you realise this, your smug smile disintegrates.
Almost as fast as your legs do.

A blistering fusillade of blaster bolts obliterates the imperial officers standing at the back of their squad. One's legs flying off as they are struck by a low bolt

A well placed grenade sends a group of three flying before they can kick down the next door down the street.
The magnaguard rips a metal pipe from the wall and hurls it at a stormtrooper turning to fire, impaling him through the throat.

The elderly soldier rises from his feet and twists another stormtroopers arm until it breaks with a sickening snap, while the Ithorian and Twi Lek savage another trooper with knives, they aren't well trained but they're desperate.

The last two squad members try to run, but are cut down by the unceasing fire of your b1 droids.

The battle took 16 seconds from first death to last.
Very impressive.

"Thanks for that."
It's the old one, who saw you earlier.

You give a noncommittal click as you check your droids for battle damage, they have a distressing habit of not noticing, normally it wouldn't matter but you only have a few.
He appears somewhat unsettled by your clicks and he holds on tighter to a stolen officer's pistol.
"Look I don't mean to sound ungrateful, but where the hell were you? I called for backup weeks ago, what were my men not important enough to send some damn help?"

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Your response?
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>>2310379
>Your response?
Aparently so. Because i ain't your backup. I just saw you in imperial hands and seeing a man in need i fogured i could gather intel from your...group. Also we shouldn't be here more troops are possibly comming once these men don't report back.
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>>2310379
I'm not who ever you called for but if you wish to leave this planet I suggest you follow quickly, or don't I care little either way
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God is dead and this thread is proof.
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>>2310379
>I don't know who you think I am but I am not a rebel scum. CIS commander of my own frigate, not a desperate rebel fighting on a god forsaken desert hellscape. Either be humble and thank me or curse me and run away. Your choice.

>Intimidating clicking
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>>2310379
>Your response?
We are not your backup. You can stay here, or go with us.
>Grab whatever left from stormtroopers and go to ship.
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>>2310439
Ah forgot looting, shamfur dispray
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>>2310439
Of course we should loot then. They have blaster and explosives! Check the officer for their datasticks too!
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>>2310439
Grave robbing is an excellent practice in war!
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>>2310454
They aren't i graves so it's more like recollecting.
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consensus seems to be salvaging from corpses and suggesting the rebels follow?
i shall start writing.
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>>2310471
pretty much yeah.
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ah cock
accidentally lost the write up, gonna be another ten mins or so
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>>2310574
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>>2310574
>writing in the reply box
You only have yourself to blame.
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"It appears that you were not in fact important enough for reinforcements, I am not a member of your... what is it? Army? Rebellion? I am simply a sentient who refuses to obey."
You turn away as your droids finish loading up the crate with weapons and bloodstained armour.
>>ASSETS ACQUIRED: 9 E-11 blaster carbines. 1 SE-14C blaster pistol 3 intact suits of stormtrooper armour.
He walks beside you, calling his men in behind him.
"Hey look, I need to get off this world and back to the Rebellion, alright? and given that you're walking away from the spaceport I assume you have a way off this hellhole. We haven't exactly got a fortune to hand right now, but there has to be some way we can pay you back, you scratch our back we'll scratch yours."

You click your mandibles together in thought as you walk, enjoying the effect it has on him and his men. eventually you reach a decision.
"Fine... you want off world, i'll take you, but I expect you to make it worth the risk."
The relief on his face is palpable, and his men, weary and battered as they are seem to regain a bit of their flagging strength at the good news.
"My shuttle is just a short walk from here." you say, "We must move quickly, before reinforcements arrive."

Your droids and the rebels follow behind you as jog towards the relative safety of your shuttle, the contrast between the two groups is staggering, (beyond the normal contrast between Droids and Organics) Unlike the discipline of your droids, the rebel troopers seem barely trained, flinching at every far-off blaster shot or scream.
They do have good trigger discipline though.

The ride back to The Fist is both tense and cramped, your shuttle having neither shields nor weaponry, luckily for you however it seems that whatever imperial forces were in the area were confined to the planet's surface. The reactions of your new passengers when they saw the Fist of Mammon through the viewport was also incredibly satisfying to see. Even if it's not perfect, you're proud of your ship.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Take the rebels up to the bridge, you need to get out of the system now.
>>let them rest, head up to the bridge and take a look around.
>>Write in
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>>2310677
>>>Take the rebels up to the bridge, you need to get out of the system now.
Time to gtfo
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>>2310677
>>Take the rebels up to the bridge, you need to get out of the system now.
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>>2310677
>Take the rebels up to the bridge, you need to get out of the system now.
Things are going surprisingly well so far no need to tempt fate. Let's find out if our new 'friends' know how f a good place to get more fuel.
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writing
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>>2308509

>Implying Legends isn't 95% pure unadulterated shit.
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>>2310787
Opposed to disney's 100% shit?
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"Fekking hell, this ship's huge."
The astounded rebels seem rather impressed by your ship, but you don't have time to give them the full tour just yet.
After all, you just got yourself into quite a lot of trouble with the Empire. It would probably be best to make yourself scarce.
Upon reaching the bridge the sheer size of the Fist seems to dawn on the young insurgents.
"Navigator, warm up the hyperdrive."
You turn to the old rebel and are somewhat surprised to see a wide smile on his face.
"Yeah, this is a definite upgrade from some rusted BARC's."
He turns to you and grins, "The name's Rekker, by the way. Looks like we got away home free. We're headed to the Alderaan System, I have some contacts there who can get us in contact with the Rebellion."

While you wait for the hyperdrives to spool up, you get a status report from the droid commander.
"Sir, We're almost fully fuelled up for the moment, about 90 percent. But we don't have any reserves. I'd give us a good few months of hyperspace travel worth of fuel. Less if we have to make any emergency maneuvers."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>ANY QUESTIONS?
>>Head to Alderaan?
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>>2310873
>Make a few jumps to other random planets, Don't go directly to Alderann.
>Also try to find out about what happened to any CIS factory worlds remaining and why this Rebellion is even bothering to fight without training.
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>>2310877
this
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>>2310873
>ANY QUESTIONS?
Ask the commander about this isurgence of their. Also about the empire and everything else.

>Head to Alderaan?
Yes. Maybe we can grab more fuel and droids with these rebels.
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>>2310877
Hypori is pretty close, there is a droid factory there
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Writing questions
ask about the rebellion.
What happened to the CIS?
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>>2310888
Oh fuck, We should come back. where are the droideka guys?
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>>2310892
fo shizzle my nizzle
>>2310894
Hypori is the droideka factory
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>>2310899
http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Colicoid/Legends

These are the dudes I meant and they don't live on Hypori. HQ is Colla IV
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>>2310894
Hypori used to have a droideka factory
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"What do you mean why?"
The very question seems to puzzle Rekker, the old man goes very quiet for a moment, then looks up at you, it's clear he had to find the right words for his answer.
"Me personally? I was alive back when there was still a republic, sure it wasn't perfect."
He takes a drink of water from his glass. You having decided to grab some food while the hyperdrive charged.
"The people on the outer rim got screwed by the Hutts, and there was a bit of corruption sure. But it was getting better. Ten, fifteen years ago, after the Emperor took over I would have said the same thing. But it got worse, So much worse. Now slavery is permitted in Empire territory, and that's if you're human.
The others." He looks to the Twi-Lek and Ithorian, laughing over near the galaxy map.
"They get it so much worse. I guess i'm just an old fool, Wearing rose tinted glasses."

"Now the Rebel Alliance as a whole, well it's pretty much the same, they just dress it up in fancier words. Talking about "Rights" and "Representation" that's the pretty side, the politics. Then there's the folk who're just angry about something. Every day the Empire does something to piss off an ordinary person. Sooner or later, people get mad enough to do something about it."

"As for the training well, this ain't like back in the war yeah, there is no "Grand Army."
He makes inverted commas with his hands then continues.
"Just scared, angry folk with nothing left to lose. We have a few soldiers, I was in the Naboo Royal Security Force. But I- we Don't have the facilities to train them. Not properly."

"Then we have your old buddies, The Confederacy of Independent Systems. Poor lot never saw it coming, the Emperor broadcast some sort of signal. It shut down all the CIS droids that heard it, all the factories too. Now most of them have been either been scrapped or re-purposed, building ships and weapons for the Imperial Military."
He lights up a cigarra and waits for a moment before continuing.
"Now all the top brass, politicians, generals y'know that lot. They got hunted down and executed.By the Emperor's assassin."
His voice comes out in a low whisper, seemingly afraid to even say the name.
"Darth Vader."
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>>2310980
>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>HEAD TO ALDERAAN
>>MAKE A DETOUR TO HYPORI FIRST?
>>WRITE IN
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>>2311004
>>>MAKE A DETOUR TO HYPORI FIRST?
TO HYPORI
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>>2311004
>>MAKE A DETOUR TO HYPORI FIRST?
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>>2311004
>MAKE A DETOUR TO HYPORI FIRST?
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>>2310980
>HEAD TO ALDERAAN
>Darth Vader? Who is he? I don't ha e any data about a Darth Vader.
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It seems pretty Unanimous, so we'll head to Hypori.
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"Before we go to Alderaan, there is a short detour I must make first."
You announce this to the bridge, once the Hyperdrives are sped up.
"There was once a droid production factory on Hypori. My ship needs crew if it is to function at maximum capacity. Right now, we're running a marathon without any legs."
The rebels don't look too happy about it but hey, your reasoning makes sense though they retain the right to grumble.

The hyperdrive journey is reasonably short, only a couple of hours long, however, just as you're about to pop back into realspace a massive gravity signature pops into existence in front of you. The hyperdrive begins to spin down, You're dropping out of hyperspace!

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL?
>>What?
>>BATTLE STATIONS!
>>Write in?
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>>2311069
>PILOTS, GET US BACK INTO HYPERSPACE. GUNNER'S MAN YOUR POSITIONS AND SHOOT ANYTHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A THREAT!
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>>2311069
>BATTLE STATIONS!
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>>2311069
>>BATTLE STATIONS!
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>>2311077
>>2311091
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AfuQd_xZlKw
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>>2311069
>PILOTS, GET US BACK INTO HYPERSPACE. GUNNER'S MAN YOUR POSITIONS AND SHOOT ANYTHING THAT LOOKS LIKE A THREAT!
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>>2311069
>BATTLE STATIONS!
>Navigator report!
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>>2311076
>>2311108
Why are we jumping right back into fucking hyperspace?
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>>2311112
Mother fucker I a, not fighting a possible imperial star destroyer in a CIS frigate
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>>2311112
We can't something pulled us out of it. Hopefully it's just a interdictor ship.
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>>2311116
We may not have a choice it depend if our ship can be fast enough to escape the gravity well reach.
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As the alarm sounds you swiftly order your bridge crew into position, with several droids taking position on the gunnery terminals and engineering controls, with the commander droid on Comms. You take the navigator's chair and begin to plot sublight courses, as the Fist of Mammon falls back into realspace.
Just outside of the Hypori system, how wonderfully convenient.
The rebels scan through the windows for whatever pulled you out of Hyperspace, while you perform an active scan using the ship's Scanners. After a few seconds of searching, Lutin the ithorian locates the enemy ship.
Well that's disappointing.

>>FLEET STATUS
>>HYPERSPACE JAMMED
>>FIST OF MAMMON STATISTICS
>>PROVIDENCE CLASS DREADNAUGHT
>>2,177.35 METERS IN LENGTH
>>WEAPONRY Quad turbolaser cannon batteries (14)
>>Dual laser cannons (34)
>>Heavy ion cannons (2)
>>Point-defence ion cannons (24)
>>Rapid-Fire proton torpedo tubes (102)
>>ARMOR: EIGHT METRES OF DURASTEEL TITANIUM ALLOY FRONT BACK AND SIDES

>>ENEMY FLEET STATUS
>>THE BATTALION
>>IMMOBILIZER 418 CRUISER
>>600 METRES IN LENGTH
>>OTHER SPECIFICATIONS UNKNOWN
>>CAPABLE OF PREVENTING HYPERSPACE JUMPS

>>SOME KIND OF SPACE STATION
>>APPEARS UNARMED
>>BEARS RESEMBLANCE TO REPUBLIC STANDARD PATTERN ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH STATIONS DEVELOPED BY KUAT DRIVE YARDS

>>YOU ARE VERY MUCH IN CONTROL HERE
>> PLAN?
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>>2311180
messed up the length of the Fist
2,177.35 Metres in length
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>>2311180
If I recall correctly interdictors can have shields up while deploying their field, is that right?
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>>2311200
yes, yes he has shields
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>>2311180
Comm them and demand they lower the field or we will do it for them
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>>2311180
Open fire and try to either get below it or too its side so it can't bring its entire weapons to bare.
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just a quick reminder so everyone truly understands.
you are almost 4 times bigger than the ship in front of you
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>>2311218
Oh thank god, do we have torps? If not just blast them with out main battery guns
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>>2311180
Do we have vultures or do we only have our ships crew?Hail then and activate our weapins. Prepare to open fire if they don't lower their gravity well.
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so far we are at 2 votes for comms
2 votes for blast
>>2311225
we only have our batteries and torpedo tubes.
we have no vultures unfortunately
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>>2311232
Let's shove them up wth a good ole torpedo salvo.
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>>2311232
Can we jam their communications then? I remember droids ships were good at that. Jam then cripple the cruiser and board the station. Smash and grab job
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>>2311251
Who ever is the captain of that interdictor it must be shitting in his pants.
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>>2311258
writing, jamming and blasting.
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"Jam their comm systems, I don't want any unexpected reinforcements."
The command droid activates the jamming array and you can hear the trademark fizz of the comm channels being filled with static before they are shut off.
At this point the end is inevitable, the Interdictor makes a valiant effort of firing at you, but it can't even bring your shields down below 90 percent.

As the Interdictor goes down and the rebels cheer the sensors report that several escape boats have been detected ejecting and they look like they plan on docking with the station.
>>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".
>>Let them go. Reputation with "Rebel Alliance" becomes "Honourable".
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>>2311292
>Let them go. Reputation with "Rebel Alliance" becomes "Honourable".
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>>2311292
>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".

We are waging a war with a ruthless enemy. So we to shall be just a ruthless, cold, calculated and swift. Just like the droids we command
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>>2311292
Your Reputation with groups determines how the group as a whole will react to you once they become aware of your presence. Individual members may see you differently, but this is how "the man in the crowd" sees you.
Currently you only have 3 Reputations.
CIS: The Admiral Reborn
Empire: A Pathetic Irritant
Galactic Citizenry: A Menace From The Past.
You will gain more, and they will change as you play.
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>>2311292
>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".

Our plan was to crash that ship with no survivors
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>>2311292

>Capture them before they get too station.

IF WE CAN'T

>>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".
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>>2311292
Switching from>>2311304
To >>2311323
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>>2311323
>>2311333
How and what are going to do with them?
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>>2311344
Strip'em down and handle them over to the rebellion for money or get information out of them?

Somebody on that ship knows how to keep the Gravity generators up and that means we can steal tech.
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>>2311292
>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".
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>>2311292
>>Shoot them down, Reputation with Rebel Alliance switches to "Ruthless".
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well shit, guess we're the bad cop.
writing
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>>2311373
I see this more like not allowing the imps to know about a detroyer sized ship walking around the outer rim.
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>>2311373
Niiiiice.
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>>2311379
Actually it's either the largest star destroyer, or the smallest super star destroyer.
It all depends on your point of view.
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>>2311388
Oh I thought we just had a small CIS frigate.
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>>2311373
Also why should we feel bad about killing a couple of clones. It's not like the republic/empire can't make more of then.

I know the empire stopped using clone troops but i want to think our character is used to kill clones. Rather then 'real people'.
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>>2311388
More then enough reasont o leave no witness.
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>>2311388
Sorry
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"We cannot allow the Empire to know about The Fist, fire on the escape pods."
"Roger Roger"

The rebels stop cheering almost immediately, and turn to face you, except Rekker, who stays silent.
"What the hell!" the younger human with silver hair turns to you "You already beat them man. I get they're Empire but they can't do anything to us now?"
You watch as your gunners plot firing solutions, as the last of the escape boats is destroyed you turn to the youngling. (Although Biologically you're probably about the same age.)

"Of course we had defeated them, but defeating them is simply not enough. If the empire receives word of a rogue Confederate Dreadnought what do you think their response would be? We'd have a full battlegroup down our throats within days. And we are nowhere near as tough as we look now." You stand and turn to face the rebels, one set of arms on your belt, the second on your hips and the last set crossed in front of you. "One boarding party, or a single flight of fighters getting lucky, would spell our doom right now. We cannot allow the Empire to know of us because we look far more dangerous than we actually are, to such an outrageous degree that they could not possibly ignore us."
"Leaving anyone here alive is completely unjustifiable."

The young one opens his mouth to disagree but is hushed by Rekker.
"Look we can argue about the morality of his actions later, but right now we are on His ship Dax. Don't argue with a captain on his ship. Plus we came here for a reason. I'm sure whatever's down there on that planet is pretty damn important to warrant this."

And he'd be right. The old Droid foundry here was hidden deep underground, and your ship's computer had the necessary codes to get you in, then again that research station looks rather new and shiny.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>INVESTIGATE THE DROID FOUNDRY?
>>EXAMINE THE RESEARCH STATION?
>>WRITE IN.
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>>2311436
>>EXAMINE THE RESEARCH STATION?

We can't turn on the factory after this Intderictor ship went dark. Otherwises they'd know it could be tied too us or the underground.
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>>2311444
This
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>>2311436
>EXAMINE THE RESEARCH STATION
>INVESTIGATE THE DROID FOUNDRY
I agree that we can't turn on the factory but we should at least see if we can download droideka blueprints.
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>>2311444
this
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>>2311436
This basicaly:>>2311454

Smash and grab job
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>>2311444
Maybe if we turn the factory we can download the blueprints for one?
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>>2311454
So you'd rather pass up tech that we can use that would be more on par with current Imperial stuff and use out-dated Clone war kit?

>>2311471
A research station should have the blue-prints both old and new ones.
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>>2311474
remember that clone war kit is still pretty damn good, that stuff was specially designed for quality, (apart from B1's) Droideka's are still pretty much immune to non-massed small arms fire because of their shields. and BX commando droids could hold their own against ARC troopers. Vs regular stormtroopers isn't even a contest.
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>>2311492
the only place where the empire really has the advantage is in large capital ships.
you obliterated a tiny nothing ship so far, but if you came up against something of your tonnage you'd be supremely fucked.
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>>2311492
Come on OP, you already know what I want...
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everyone can agree on checking out the research station so i'll write that, i'll ask you guys if you want to check the foundry afterwards.
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>>2311500
Yes of course we want. Specialy if Hypori inly had the cruiser it will be easier to look around before someone comes and take a look.
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>>2311492
Also here have a little something
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>>2311492
Yes but the issue is that we can't turn on the factory while the RnD place should in theory have all the blue-prints AND advance ones.

We should't risk showing our hands too soon.
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>>2311514
I want to go to the factory not to use it but to grab all the droids that are/were shut down when the empire came knocking.

So we go for the station and grab tech and hopefully some info then go tot he factory and grab droid parts and any other not activated droid.
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>>2311436
Love how we're the big bad now, shooting down lifepods.
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>>2311539
I still don't understand why they are so prickly about it. It's just cline troopers on those lifepods
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>>2311545
>cline troopers.
Uhhh.
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>>2311546
i meant clone troopers. I meant i guess there was a captain in there but come on it was just one guy.

I mean the republic and the empire are the same guy right? Why would he stop using clones?
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"Yes, there is something rather important down there on the planet, however I have a good feeling about that space station. Let's dock and go take a look."
You bring the Fist of Mammon in and extend the umbilical, sending a squad of B1's and your functioning magnaguard over to subdue the scientists onboard, two B1's report minor damages but the station is secured, along with their records room.
Within the hour, a datapad of Familiar blueprints is in your hands.

>>YOU ARE IN COMMAND
>>CHOOSE TWO
>>BAKTOID HEAVY ARMOUR MARK 2 COMBAT DROID CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS(watch those wrist rockets)

>>IG-100 MAGNAGUARD CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS(they must realise they are doomed)

>>SOFTWARE UPGRADE MK1 (all battle droids become more intelligent and self aware, B1's are no longer borderline retarded, B2's become capable of speech and can receive complex orders. Your command droid already has this, but it will allow you to construct more of them.)

>>FIST OF MAMMON MODIFICATION(The Fist, like all providence class dreadnaughts, is essentially empty in the middle in it's factory state, this upgrade provides you with the blueprints necessary to fill this space with whatever you may wish, from Miniature Droid Foundries to an enlarged Hangar Bay, even Light Frigate Construction Docks.)

>>

>>ALREADY RESEARCHED: B1 BLUEPRINTS. COMMAND DROID BLUEPRINTS. DROID REPAIR BLUEPRINTS. FIST OF MAMMON UPKEEP AND REPAIR BLUEPRINTS.
>>ALL BLUEPRINTS INCLUDE THE CONSTRUCTION OF NECESSARY WEAPONRY.

These opportunities are rare, choose wisely.
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>>2311565
I have bad news anon.
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>>2311567

>all of the upgrades are good
Fug... Do we have the capabilities to build our own droids or do we have to get that upgrade?
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>>2311567
>FIST OF MAMMON MODIFICATION
WE NEED THIS NOW!
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>>2311567
>>Fist of Mammon Upgrade
>>Software Upgrade MK2
Were gonna need cheaper troops like the B1's so why not get a factory to make them and upgrade them?
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>>2311567

>>FIST OF MAMMON MODIFICATION(The Fist, like all providence class dreadnaughts, is essentially empty in the middle in it's factory state, this upgrade provides you with the blueprints necessary to fill this space with whatever you may wish, from Miniature Droid Foundries to an enlarged Hangar Bay, even Light Frigate Construction Docks.)

>>IG-100 MAGNAGUARD CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS(they must realise they are doomed)

We can always buy more B2's or software upgrades. However we cannot find IG-100's or Mods for this ship class anymore
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>>2311573
>Using cheap troops
>Against an entire war machine

Boss, We need spec forces currently. Not cheap fodder
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>>2311567
>>>FIST OF MAMMON MODIFICATION(The Fist, like all providence class dreadnaughts, is essentially empty in the middle in it's factory state, this upgrade provides you with the blueprints necessary to fill this space with whatever you may wish, from Miniature Droid Foundries to an enlarged Hangar Bay, even Light Frigate Construction Docks.)

>>BAKTOID HEAVY ARMOUR MARK 2 COMBAT DROID CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINTS(watch those wrist rockets)

We're gonna need an army if we are even going to wage war. Plus, a retrofit is desperately needed
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>>2311571
Without the Fist modification upgrade You would need to either find an intact Droid Foundry, or refit an existing factory into one.
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>>2311581
This is legends canon right? If so we can just find B2 and B1 blueprints nearly anywhere at CIS or even Imperial training grounds.

I can't think of a spot that has Ig-100's
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>>2311574
I'll change my vote to support this, since you have a point about the IG's.
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>>2311572
pick one more anon
>>2311568
I know anon but our character doesn't know about it...yet.


>>2311567
>FIST OF MAMMON MODIFICATION(The Fist, like all providence class dreadnaughts, is essentially empty in the middle in it's factory state, this upgrade provides you with the blueprints necessary to fill this space with whatever you may wish, from Miniature Droid Foundries to an enlarged Hangar Bay, even Light Frigate Construction Docks.)

>SOFTWARE UPGRADE MK1

Something tells me we can grab more blueprints in the factory
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>>2311587
Hmmm, Your reasoning is sound so I will switch to this
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>>2311567
changing my vote from the software to the magnaguard >>2311587
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so far the Fist Modification is unanimous,
we have three votes for magnaguard construction
one vote for B2's
two votes for software upgrade.
10 more minutes to vote lads
i think i counted right.
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>>2311593
Hmm, switch my vote to Fist and MaggnaGuard
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>>2311593
Switching vote to fist and magnaguard. Do you think we could possibly make them front line infantry once we get great at producing them?
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>>2311598
Sure most likely, it's the staffs that are a bugger to make.
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>>2311593
Switching mine to fist upgrade and maggna guard to.
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So it seems that the Fist mods and magnaguard blueprints are pretty much unanimous, so we'll go with that.
I tried really hard to make all the upgrades cool, so its good to see you guys are happy.
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>>2311599
Maggna guard can use blasters.
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>>2311608
You did, Its fucking neat.
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>>2311608
Made then to cool!! Hopefully we can get more stuff from the factory.

Ah also any scientist that want to turncoat on the empire?
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>>2311608
You did good QM.
Oh boy, is this quest gonna have HQQ levels of orgasmic research unlocks?
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Dam these guys are so cool!
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>>2311616
Hopefully, I don't want research to be something boring that you do every session and practically forget about, I want it to be a kickass reward for when you do cool stuff.
I'm going to try and make everyone, good guys, bad guys. absolutely fucking everyone as cool as possible. so you better buckle the fuck up, cos it's gonna be an awesome ride.

These are incredible, fully intact blueprints for all sorts of experimental ship modules, The Fist was incredible before, but now it has literally limitless potential! Not to mention the Magnaguard blueprints, good lord. You Laugh triumphantly on the bridge of your ship. the galaxy is yours for the taking.

???????1 secures funding for project ????? and the formation of ???????
???????2 Isn't dead.
???????3's ??????? bodyguards have been recalled from the unknown regions.
???????4 senses a ripple in the force.
Oh yeah, and whenever you get upgrades, so do everyone else.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>HEAD DOWN TO THE FOUNDRY?


we lost contact with Hypori station? Send a fleet to investigate.
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>>2311608
Excellent the most badass droids and the ability to build a factory with which to make them.
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>>2311641
>check out factory

The empire is gonna fucking roll over us then
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>>2311641
>HEAD DOWN TO THE FOUNDRY?
No time to bail out do we still have fuel? We need to leave this place and hopefully before someone notice what we did.

Also we are taking all the scientist. They don't have a choise is either comming with us or being blow out.
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>>2311649
this, I want my battle bois
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>>2311649
You didn't saw the spoiler image did you? We dhould be running..now!
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writing
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>>2311656
that is, your visit to the foundry
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>>2311641
Hmmmm.
While i would love to have droideka blueprints and to collect parts for building our miniature droid factory it's highly probable we won't make it out before reinforcements come, so leaving now might be our best bet.
On the other hand this might be our only opportunity to get droidekas and factory parts relatively safely now, as this system will probably be reinforced further and fortified to prevent anyone from taking it again which will prevent us from coming back.
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>>2311655
>We should be running..now!
But you voted to stay?
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>>2311664
Well we already have coords for a jump if we can take some bolts and jump right away.

Hopefully we have time.
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>>2311666
Shut up satan. But i voted to stay because i knew a vite to go wouldn't win. Besides we can still, hopefully, runaway.
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>>2311655
It's a shame we don't know thrawn then IC. Also why is he not in the unknown area
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The Imperial scientists don't really have a choice at this point, some of them (at the gentle and not so gentle behest of your rebel friends) admit that they always secretly had Rebel sympathies and they'd be absolutely honoured to join the rebellion.
You space the rest.
>>ASSET ACQUIRED 12 formerly imperial scientists.

Heading down to the planet is done swiftly with your personal shuttle, much faster now that you aren't carrying a large crate of magnaguard and assorted parts. Eventually you reach the landing pad, red rock on red rock. The only way to tell that it is the entrance to a much larger structure is the wireless connection made with your shuttle after landing. The lift then takes you deeper into the facility after receiving your codes. it takes you a short five minutes to reach the command centre and even less time to confirm that, while the Foundry and mines are inoperable and the blueprints are corrupted meaning you are limited to the blueprints you have, the foundry has enough materials to make...

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>150 B1 Droids.
>>100 Magnaguards
>>50 Vulture Droids
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>>2311696
>Vulture Droids
We're gonna need all the air units we can scavange.

Those HMP® Gunships will be mine,
all you can do is stall until the inevitable
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>>2311696
> 50 Vulture Droids

Give!
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>>2311701
Second, we can think about building Magnaguard on The Fist.
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>>2311696
Vulture droids and then we bug out
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writing vultures.
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>>2311707
At least the vultures can fly themselfs to the ship. So no need to bring a troop carrier to the planet!
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>>2311696
>You space the rest.
Brutal.
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>>2311696
>Vultures.
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>>2311724
That is war. *clicking noises.*
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>>2311696
>Vulture Droids
As awesome as Magna droids are we currently have 0 air support.
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You can see them taking shape in front of you, beautiful silver twisting and melting into harsh sharp edges, coatings of molten metal sprayed onto the frame to create the outer shell.
This is true beauty here, no music arias or garish colours. Simple creation at it's most refined.
You admire it's purity.
After a few seconds, the first of them is born, red eyes lighting up as it learns it's programming. It takes a few seconds before it can walk properly, it stumbles at first and almost falls. Then it looks upwards to the open sky.
And it Flies.

The others follow soon after, five whole squadrons of beautiful silver birds of prey. You give the order and they leave the atmosphere, heading up to the Fist. You follow.

You're ready now.
"Power up the Hyperdrive. It's time to leave."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Would you like to speak with any members of your crew?
>>Alderaan awaits.
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>>2311749
>Alderaan awaits.
We made a deal with the rebels, might as well keep it
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>>2311749
>Alderaan awaits.

Also might ask the scientist and rebels for intel on the situation en route.
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>>2311749
>Alderaan awaits.
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>>2311749
>>Alderaan awaits.
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>>2311749
>Alderaan awaits.
>Talk to the old rebel tell him he should make the boy less afraid of killing clone troops if he intends to fight the republic/empire.
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>>2311760
I dont really think Trench cares whether the enemy is clones or not. More likely to just blast them all the same. Nothing personal either way, just war.

"I smell fear, and it smells good."
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>>2311766
We aren't Trench. We were cloned from him, yes. But we are not him.
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>>2311771
We are now. Kill them all, no survivors.
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>>2311771
What this anon said >>2311774

Besides, there are so many quests with pansy MC-s. About time there was a no-nonsense military commander. There is no use in being cruel but thus far, everything done was the correct tactical decision. No survivors means no way to identify us (assuming we actually deleted any sensor readings on the station and so on).
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>>2311779
>(assuming we actually deleted any sensor readings on the station and so on).

I sure hope we did it.

>>2311774
Meh i don't mind a good change in pace is always good.
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>>2311749
Im sure the emperor will identify us with force voodoo. Somehow.
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>>2311779
I agree, I don't want my edgy MC nor my goody two shoes, supreme charisma MC. I want my cold, calculated, general
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>>2311790
can't sense droids with the force! Gotcha palpy!

>>2311793
Wonder if it will be us that will move some of the alderians out of the planet before the planet is blowed up by the empire.
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>>2311790
Seeing as we are small fry, I dont think he will, not yet. This is why we must stay as low as possible, move around a lot and leave no survivors/evidence. Not until we can reliably take on and take out a ISD, preferably class 2.
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>>2311799
We will need girst and fore most have a way to deal with the jamming signal if that thing works on our droids and deactivate all of then we will be a seating target.
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"You need to talk to that boy, Rekker"
You are currently walking down the spinal corridor of the ship, You know it's all in perfect condition but the journey to Alderaan is several days long, and you must find something to relieve the tedium. These walks also happen to be a perfect opportunity to bring up a rather important point. That point being Rekker's insurgent squad.
"His name is... Dax right?"
You wait for Rekker's nod of confirmation.
"Good, he's weak, I don't mean that as an insult mind you. But if he's going to be a soldier then you'll have to fix that. Or he'll die, then he'll be of no use to anyone. There are four ways to do it in my experience. Money, ideology, desperation or ego. I don't know the lad well enough to know which of those will work but i expect you will."
You turn to look at the old man as you reach the turbolift up to the command deck. He looks older than he did a few minutes ago, but you see a bit of steel in his eyes where once there was none.
"This was a good talk Rekker, Feel free to use some of my droids for training. I don't expect the lad can break any of them."
The last thing you see before the turbolift door shuts is Rekker's face turn stony at the blatant insult.
"Ego, such a useful thing."

>>2311779
you didn't leave a station behind. watching your main battery pick away at it's subsystems made for excellent viewing while the hyperdrive charged.

>>2311771
This anon has generally the right idea, genetically you are similar to admiral Trench, but you are more than he ever was.
There is a difference between making hard decisions easily. And outright cruelty.
One of trench's failings was an obsession with the latter.
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>>2311804
>you didn't leave a station behind. watching your main battery pick away at it's subsystems made for excellent viewing while the hyperdrive charged.

Ah it's the small stuff that makes me like our character.
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Sooo QM, you giving tech as “amazing reward” is a bit messed up. If whenever we get something the enemy gets something, the balance is still the same give or take.

Basically, it’s not amazing, as we’re not progressing beyond our opponents because they for some reason get buffs as well.

Thoughts on this?
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>>2311814
Verily

>>2311804
Skip-skedadilly-doop to Alderaan?
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>>2311819
Depending on the upgrades the enemy gets this is a valid point. If the buildup is balanced I dont see why it shouldnt work but if everything is quid-pro-quo I can see us being an annoying bug on the outer rim until a taskforce of ISD-s comes to wipe us out and the Emperor probably never even hears of it.
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>>2311814
>>2311822
I can see that being a problem.
Since i already mentioned HQQ maybe he can take a page from his book and make it so our research takes time and the Empire goes down a different tech tree. Which i think is what they are already doing, seeing as they stopped using alot of republic stuff.
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You arrive at the Hyperspace coordinates in good time, or at least you assume that you came to the right place.
The entire bridge crew was rather confused after all you were supposed to have entered Alderanian space a few minutes ago, but all you can detect are some asteroids and a very large outbound hyperspace signature. Seems someone just left. You've got a bad feeling about this.
A feeling which is immediately vindicated when a chunk of the Alderanian Parliament passes by your window.
[slow background version of the imperial march plays.]
"Rekker, are you seeing this?"
He gives a shaken grunt as confirmation.
The other rebels run the gamut between confused and horrified.
"The rumors were true..."
It's Dax who speaks first, choking back sobs as he stares horrified at the chunks of blasted rock outside.
"A planet killer."
>>2311819
>>2311822
it's less that the other guys just get random buffs, more of a way of representing that they have their own goals that they will continue to work towards.
think like tech upgrades in a strategy game,
you work on Objective rules, where you get tech for doing stuff, the Empire also only really gets upgrades when you do things, because what's happening is you're doing a thing that causes them to step up their game somehow.
I.e if you develop or discover crazy fighters, they'll pour money into their own fighters to counter that.
Normally your enemies wouldn't get as many upgrades either, that first set of upgrades was essentially everyone getting to tier 1. next time you tier up, You can expect less upgrades for the bad guys.
This is mostly just my way of keeping it balanced so you guys don't come out of nowhere with a army of a million droids and steamroll the galaxy.
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>>2311837
OH SHIT
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>>2311837
Thats ok and I support it as well. What I am afraid of is the Empire randomly pulling shit out of their ass because we found a droideka factory or them rolling out a new line of ISD3-s because we got a Lucrehulk.
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I wonder if we can go find an asteroid mining facility and hyperspace it over here later?
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>>2311842
This is a good idea, lot's of valuable metals to be found from the remains of a planet's core.
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>>2311837
Looks like we just missed Luke and the others.
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>>2311837
"I suppose this means I will have to keep onto you for now. Where is the nearest base of yours?"

Also plot a course for any shady forge world, preferably ex CIS where we might find raw components to refit our ship and buy droids/fuel/resources.
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>>2311845
Also, if things go like canon, Yavin 4 should have a lot of scrap metal near it unless the Imps immediately jump on that.
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>>2311846
no we just missed the DS itself
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>>2311837
>Well alderann is... Pre-occupied... Do you have another firebase or was that all?
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Does our computers have any data about location of Confederation secret bases, where we could find something useful ?
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>>2311850
That too. Luke and crew arrived and left the DS just went after then towards Yavin. Guess Rekker and his crew should thank us again. Since our delay saved then from being blow up.
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>>2311861
Most likely but that would be a 20 year old database.
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>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>Well shit, you have any other bases?
>>I'm gonna need a bigger boat, set course for old CIS Factory world. [suggestions?]
>>write in.
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>>2311866
>>Well shit, you have any other bases?
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>>2311866

>Well shit, you have any other bases?
If that spoilera few posts ago was any indication I don't wanna get S.T.A.L.K.E.R'd
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>>2311866
>>Well shit, you have any other bases?
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>>2311866
>Well shit, you have any other bases?

>mfw Yavin is in the CIS part of the galaxy map
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We could always go to Quell and see if we can salvage any wrek that it's still orbiting the place.

http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Quell
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Also to everyone that is interested here is the 'map' during the clone wars. So this is most likely what our character knows abou CIS and republic/imperial bases:>>2311508
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>>2311876
So its time to update ours computers to have more accurate data.
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>>2311887
That too We can always go to Ruusan. The separatist had a hidden listening station there. Maybe it has gathered enough data...if the station wasn't found that is.
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"Well, considering how Alderaan is currently... pre-occupied... I don't suppose you have any other bases we could stop at? Or was that the only one?
Rekker seems to be struggling with pulling himself together, but he manages after a couple of seconds.
Good show.
"Yeah, we have to tell the Rebellion about this, warn them. We've got a base in the Yavin system, or we did the last time i got told anything. Lets hope the Empire hasn't found it yet."

And with that i'm gonna have to leave it, because I've been up for almost two days straight and im staring to spin out.
Can someone please archive the thread cause i dont know how.

How was it? this was my first time running a quest so I wasn't too sure how it would turn out?
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>>2311905
I can't archive on the phone. But don't worry a thread takes long to die in this board. Come back in 5 days and it will still be around
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>>2311905
Aw come on OP, it's easy to archive a thread.
What do you want the quest tags and description to be?
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>How was it?
It was fine maybe try to avoid answering questiin on the same post you write a update. Do you plan on having huge space battles? Because you may need a map for that. What about dice system?

>this was my first time running a quest so I wasn't too sure how it would turn out?

It was a good first attemp. You should try look for stuff for us to do after we bring these good man to their home base on Yavin's moon.
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>>2311908
Star Wars
MachineMinds
CIS

A Clone of a CIS Admiral practices jewjitsu, builds an army and just misses the death star. Good times all around.

>>2311911
i am planning on having large battles, both grounds and space, but you wouldnt be micromanaging individual units RTS style, more like giving strategic commands. flank that, focus on the artillery etc.
dice is d100's plus modifiers, I'll create a pastebin with the relevant information in when i start up again.
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>>2311914
oh and i'll probably be running again later tonight after a couple hours of sleep, because it's valentines week and tfw no gf.
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Also make a heads up for when you will run the quest.
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>>2311915
maybe 11 ish gmt
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>>2311915
Don't worry anon. Who needs a gf when you can produce hood content on the internet? Now go get some sleep.
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>>2311917
Wew lad

I havent been able to participate, but just read through the entire thing, and i gotta say, this is awesome.
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IIIIIIIMMM BAACK
You ready for some fun lads?
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>>2312962
No, we're shutting down this quest.
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>>2312962
Yes please
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>>2312962
maybe
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>>2312962
Roger roger.
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>>2312962
Give battle droids
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https://pastebin.com/7Kda8rjC relevant info here

A planet killer. The idea clearly terrifies the others as well it should, but you prefer to keep a cool head when dealing with such poor tidings. Firstly whatever form it may take, the power requirements must be phenomenal meaning it could well be unarmed apart from the main gun. If so it most likely relies on a fleet escort to assure it's safety. On the other hand it could sacrifice mobility instead, making it slow and vulnerable to hit and run attacks.
Either way, no ship or satellite is invulnerable no matter how devastating it's weaponry.

The rebels look to you, fear and desperation writ across their faces.
They need a commander.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
>>THEY KNEW THE REBELS WERE HERE, THEY COULD WELL KNOW ABOUT YAVIN. GO ELSEWHERE.
>>WRITE IN?
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>>2313145
>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
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>>2313145
>>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
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>>2313145
>I wonder if it's that thing that Poggle Jr. designed and gave to Dooku for safekeeps?
lol jk

>>THEY KNEW THE REBELS WERE HERE, THEY COULD WELL KNOW ABOUT YAVIN. GO ELSEWHERE.
We don't know of Alderaan's reputation besides them being Republic dogs, we don't have a good vision of the political battlefield. What say we go nab an asteroid mining facility and startup a business for the imps?
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>>2313145
>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
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>>2313145
>>Scan the rubble for anything of interest.
>>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
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>>2313189
The noble houses of Alderaan were filthy rich, if you go to one of them in TOR they have gold plating for the damn floors.
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>>2313145
>>THEY KNEW THE REBELS WERE HERE, THEY COULD WELL KNOW ABOUT YAVIN. GO ELSEWHERE.
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>>2313145
is the pastebin working for eveyone?
Is there anything else you'd like to see in it?

>>2313189
>>2313196
Yeah, if you had a mining or scavenger vessel right now you'd be richer than most of Corporate Space.
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>>2313207
Well, vultures are scavengers aren't they? and we have some droids with that moniker at our beck and call.
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>>2313145

>THE OMENS ARE DIRE AND THIS IS CLEARLY SOMETHING THE REBELLION MUST KNOW ABOUT. HYPERSPACE TO YAVIN.
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>>2313213
Sorry friend, vulture droids are just called that because of the sound they make.
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>>2313207
It works senpai
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>>2313218
Rrrrh, we need an engineer to get the Vulture Droids good for non-combat activities! You said that the droid army was largely repurposed for production, right?
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>>2313145

>>THEY KNEW THE REBELS WERE HERE, THEY COULD WELL KNOW ABOUT YAVIN. GO ELSEWHERE.
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>>2313229
Hey guys, I bet that all their droid workers are stupid and controlled from some facility, so if we hire a hacker to steal control of those droids we should be able to get some workers right from under Palpy's wrinkled nose.
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>>2313229
The droid factories were mostly repurposed, the droid army was mostly melted down for scrap.

Calling the votes now.
5 go to yavin
3 Nah I ain't tangling with that shit.
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Aw shit, I bet if we had datamined the make up of that Interdictor, we could've kept others from getting to Alderaan by blocking the hyperspace lanes for a profit, just like a true Confederate would.
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Hey guys, star wars joke: What made Trench's money-grubbing people join up with the Confederacy of Independent Systems?

The Republic trying to enforce Web Neutrality
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>>2313275
pfff..good one.
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https://youtu.be/YGp8bIlmndY
https://youtu.be/1wAbI53jsoI
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From what you've learned of this Rebel Alliance, they lack all the the things needed for an effective fighting force. They have few veterans, no training facilities and few recruits. They only have hope left. And hope alone isn't worth the air spent saying the word.
You must gather more information before aligning yourself with any factions, but if you can save these rebels from the coming storm they may well be useful to you.
After all, you still need a crew.

"Set a course for the Yavin system, divert power to the hyperdrive."
Your bridge crew rush about, beginning preparations for the jump as the fear on the faces of your passengers is replaced with an uncertain hope.
"When we hit real space I want weapons charged and Fighters ready to launch, just in case."

Your Command droid's voice modulator crackles, the droid equivalent of coughing to gain someone's attention.
"Sir, The IG-100's are fully operational. Ill have them sent up to the bridge."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>YOU HAVE 3 HOURS BEFORE YOU ARRIVE AT YAVIN
>>TALK TO SOMEONE? (WHO)
>>CHECK ON THE VULTURE DROIDS?
>>HAVE THE REBEL TRAINEES TRAIN? (HOW)
>>WRITE IN
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>>2313378
>>CHECK ON THE VULTURE DROIDS?

CHECK OUR BABIES
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>>2313378
>CHECK ON THE VULTURE DROIDS?
>HAVE THE REBEL TRAINEES TRAIN? (HOW) Team work and discipline
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>>2313378
>CHECK ON THE VULTURE DROIDS?
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>>2313378
Sorry forgot to put it down, you have time for two actions, essentially, three if you want to do a really thorough job.
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>>2313378
>>HAVE THE REBEL TRAINEES TRAIN? (standard protocol for commanding battle droids in live combat, have them run drills)

https://youtu.be/hz_8_E_Xn6o
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>>2313414
fug,
>>one, if you want to do a really thorough job.
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>>2313402
I will back this
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seems that training the rebels and making sure that the vultures are up to scratch is pretty much unanimous.
Writing.
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>>2313436
Hey new to the quest here just wanted to say I'm really digging the commanders personality the totally ruthless but without any cruelty is a rather interesting change from the usual paragon of virtue or sadistic edgelord.
It's the little touches like how he uses insults only because he figured out it would motivate or the way he respects the old rebel for controlling his reaction to seeing the destruction of Alderan.
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>>2313436
I also just got done reading the quest thus far and i share the same sentiments as >>2313544
keep up the good work.
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>>2313436
Machine you still there?
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>>2313658
Sorry, had to go do something. Update is on the way.
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>>2313662
Okay.
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"You lot, come with me, we're heading into a a dangerous situation so we need to work on your skills." The group falls in behind you with some muttering, Rekker at your side. You whisper quietly, once the others have started talking amongst themselves. Best not to alarm them.
"I won't sugar coat it, the Empire knew about Alderaan, they could well know about Yavin. Your men need to be prepared before we get there."
His brow furrows in worry as he looks back at the group, then he turns back to you and sighs.
"Three hours isn't much, but yeah they need be better, what's your plan?"

"I'll put them up against some of my droids and set the blasters to stun, maybe put them through some CQC drills if we have time."

Within a couple minutes you reach the Hangar bay, where your B1's have been setting up crates, shuttles and even some of the vulture droids as cover. (though the vultures are twitchy as ever.)

I'ts not impressive, what comes next. The first couple of combat drills are total failures. Rekker is a good soldier but a mediocre instructor at best, often finding it hard to keep his men working together as a team. The Ithorian whose name you swiftly learn is Welks, is probably the best of them, fairly smart and takes orders well but he's timid and isn't nearly as accurate as he should be. Telkos the Twi-Lek is good at fighting, accurate and quick you can't deny that, but he's hot headed and routinely makes stupid mistakes, often disregarding orders or getting himself backed into corners.
Dax is an entirely different animal, his skills are actually pretty good, he shoots pretty good and runs like a morning after ryloth cuisine but as soon as anything goes wrong he panics, becoming about as useful as a your average hysterical civvy.

It's bad, but you can work with it.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>WORK ON WELKS. YOU NEED TO MOTIVATE HIM, PUT SOME FIRE IN HIS BELLY AND STEEL IN HIS EYES. (HOW)
>>TELKOS IS RUINING SQUAD COHESION< HE NEEDS TO LEARN TO TRUST HIS COMMANDER. (HOW)
>>DAX PANICS FAR TOO EASILY. TEACH HIM TO KEEP A COOL HEAD. (HOW)
>>Write in?
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>>2313709
>Write in: Put Welks as second in command like a sergeant, thus will give Rekker a second person to organize everyone and will improve Welks confidence by forcing him in a secind in command spot of the squadron have he build confidence. Also put Delko's and Dax in the same group Delko's will be berrated for leatting his impulse making Dax loose his cool and will become less agitaded and Dax will have Delko's as emotional support.
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>>2313709
>>2313752
Agreed, they need to work coherently before we can have them leading droids.
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>>2313709
>>2313752
seconded
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>>2313752
The vots for this seem to be pretty much unanimous, so ill give it 5 more minutes then start writing
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>>2313873
We will turn this rabble into real soldiers!
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>>Write in: Put Welks as second in command like a sergeant, thus will give Rekker a second person to organize everyone and will improve Welks confidence by forcing him in a secind in command spot of the squadron have he build confidence. Also put Delko's and Dax in the same group Telkos will be berated for letting his impulse making Dax loose his cool and will become less agitaded and Dax will have Telkos as emotional support.

Well, you have an idea. You don't have the time to work through their issues and personalise the training, and you don't know them well enough to manipulate them into doing what you want.
So you'll find their weakest points and push them till they break. Welks is made squad leader, forcing him to overcome his lack of confidence. Telkos and Dax are tied together with a rubber hose, forcing the headstrong twilek to work with Dax and support him.

"Run the simulation again."
d100+10 lads
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Rolled 25 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2313935
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Rolled 26 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2313935
COME ON LITTLE LADIES! SHOW ME YOU ARE BETTER THEN A BUNCH OF BUCKET HEADS!IF YOU DON'T TAKE THIS TRAINNING SERIOUS I WILL KILL YOU BEFORE ANY EMPERIAL!
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>Telkos and Dax are tied together with a rubber hose,

Dammit admiral has the best of the ideas.
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Rolled 91 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2313935
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>>2313764
>>2313783
Guys if you are still around we need one more roll.
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>>2313948
Hey, it actually worked.
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>>2313948
Hell yeah!
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>>2313948
AAAAAYYYY
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LET'S GET DOWN TO BUSINESS,
TO DEFEAT THE IMPS!

ARE YOU REALLY SOLDIERS,
OR A BUNCH OF WIMPS?
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>>2313945
Do we know just how bad the Academy training is yet? This might come to bite us if we overestimate our opponents, planning for the bush tactics of Clones instead of Stormtroopers' "Stand and shoot!"
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>>2313971
HUMANS OR ALIENS!!!
I DON'T YOU AREN'T ALL MALES

I WILL MAKE A MAN!
OUT OF YOU!
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>>2313991
Most likely not since our character is basing his knowledge that the storm troopers are just clines and have the same trainning as then.
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>>2313994
Eh, a killing machine is better suited for us, make them into droids instead.
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>>2313999
Yeah better replace men for making then into magna guards.
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>>101 on a d100: Lord Of War.

You didn't expect them to get it on the first try.
"He's just slowing me down!"

It would have been nice if they'd managed it the second time round.
"GAME OVER MAN. GAME OVER."

And at first it appears that the third round is going to go exactly the same way, the squad is forced back into the corner of your little training ground and Rekker is taken out with a barrage of stunners to the body. You were prepared to write this one off as a failure until you saw Welks stop panicking, get into cover and start actually THINKING.
After a second or so Welks stands up, orders his subordinates to flank and roars incredibly loudly, projecting a sonic wave in front of him and forcing the B1's opposite them (a squad of 4 B1's led by the command droid) into cover, not letting them get any clear shots off or risk being torn to pieces by the sheer Force of it, while Telkos and Dax break line of sight and move to flank.
Even more reassuring is the fact that this isn't spontaneous, they actually taking orders from Welks and acting appropriately. Soon the b1 squad is caught in a trap by the two troopers, unable to reposition and risk being ripped apart (the ithorian's shout is actually peeling metal floor slabs from the ground.) and unable to take cover from the blaster shots of Telkos and Dax as a consequence.

You actually did it, and not a moment too soon either, the bridge reports that you're coming up on the Yavin system.
The rebels are whooping and cheering, while the B1's power back on and pick themselves up off the floor.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>LET THEM CELEBRATE, YOU'LL CALL THEM IF YOU NEED THEM.
>>BRING THEM UP TO THE BRIDGE.
>>SAY SOMETHING TO THEM? THEIR SERGEANT IS ALREADY GIVING THEM A BIT OF A TALKING TO?
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>>2314043
>>BRING THEM UP TO THE BRIDGE.
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>>2314043
>BRING THEM UP TO THE BRIDGE.
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>>2314043
>>BRING THEM UP TO THE BRIDGE.

I really hope the rebels don't plan on using our ship to tank the brunt of the death star's AA protection
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three consecutive votes, all unanimous.
writing
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>>2314059
I say we orbit really fast around the Death Star to evade their turbo lasers, but can a Providence cruiser pull that off?
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>>2314069
That'd make it really easy to lead their shots I imagine
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>>2314071
Hmm, yeah, the Death Star really is the pinnacle of fleet killers as well as planet killers. Perhaps if we attack the side without the giant laser dish on it, but would that really do anything? If only we had a shit ton of buzz droids...
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>>2314059
Actually, we could use it to evacuate them in case the attack doesn't go just as keikaku. tn: keikaku means "planned," it's like poetry, it rhymes
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>>2314075
We could try and actually fight near the laser dish, it will be risky for sure but it would have the least amount of laser cannons and we could dictate the engagement of enemy tie fighters by baiting them to get close to our ships AA and have them try and dog fight our vultures.
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We've all seen the Last Jedi, right? Hyperspace something into it?
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>>2314085
God damnit don't bring up that blackhole of a plot-hole
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>>2314088
Okay then.
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>>2314088
I think it was because they were diverting all their power into speed and firing that they didn't have their shields up. But the Death Star does have an atmosphericesque shield, that's why the starfighters start having bumpy velocities when they get near it, something about magnetic stuff.
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>>2314075
Even if the rebels tell us about the weakness, we don't have enough firepower to get past the shields. We'd get torn apart by the turbo lasers. I don't think we can participate in this fight.
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>>2314101
We can't, but Vulture Droids can.
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If Han and Co. could sneak into the Death Star, I wonder how Commando Droids would fare?
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>>2314101
We shouldn't participate in it but we can always work as cover for the rebels since they will need to leave Yavin soon.

There is also the fact that after the death star blowing up the imps will go after then since Vader managed to survive. We may be part of the evacuation of Yavin.
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>>2314120
Do we know Darth Vader is a force user, or do we assume he's a General Grievous type? If we know he's a force user, we can treat him with the Skywalker Protocols of the CIS fleet.
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>>2314128
We know nothing of vader except that he is the emperor's assassin and was the one to hint down the figure heads from CIS
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We can't forget thay the imps have a signal to turn off cis droids and if our droids are grabbed in it we will be alone in our ship with just a bunch of deactivated droids.
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>>2314147
Yeah, we need some sort of inhibitor chip placed on that switch.

Gotta say, it's really fun working out the logistics of this upcoming battle with y'all!
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>>2314147
Actually we would be with the rebels, not completely alone
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The squad quietens down as you approach, turning to look at you as your imposing frame stomps towards them.
"That was almost satisfactory men. I will see you on the bridge."
They really have come together over the last couple of hours, fighting will do that. You reckon with a bit more training and some experience, they'll be something really special.

>>THE TATTOINIAN FREEDOM MILITIA HAS GAINED A LEVEL. FREEDOM FIGHTERS->REBEL SOLDIERS

You head up to the bridge as your guards and the rebels follow behind you, just in time to come out of hyperspace.
The system seems relatively empty, your sensors aren't picking anything up in system except the three planets and their respective orbiting satellites.
"Seems a bit empty for a Military installation sir?" your scanner pipes up.

"These people are insurgents, B1." you say, turning to Rekker. "But I'm sure Rekker has a way of getting in touch."

"Yeah, i just gotta use the comms console." The elderly Insurgent takes over the terminal, fingers dancing across the holokeys as he reaches into his pocket for what looks like a republic code cylinder. He looks up and smiles, now we just gotta Broadcast these and wait.

Roughly half an hour later a comm channel opens, and you notice several fighters, somewhat reminiscent of ARC-170's launch from the moon of Yavin 3, a gas giant in the system.

"This is General Jan Dodonna of the Alliance to restore the Republic, who am I speaking with and how'd you get a hold of our codes?"

You gesture to Rekker and he leans into the microphone. "General Dodonna Sir, this is Captain Rekker of the Tattooinian Freedom Militia, I am currently a passenger aboard the Fist of Mammon. Tatooine went south, me and my men were the only ones to make it out."

"Sorry to hear that Rekker. Good to see you again. Can you patch me through to the captain of that ship?"

"Uh, yeah sure"
He steps back from the communication console as one of your droids powers up the hologram projector.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>WRITE IN?
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>>2314158
The death star still has a laser that can easily blow up a planet. Imagine what it could do with our ship whose crew is composed mostly of droids?

>>2314156
That's why i want to go to Quell to the listening station there if there is a place were we can find out what is that signal that makes our droids shut diwn we can make something to block it.
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>>2314161
>Your world was destroyed by unknown means, We are dropping your personal off and then moving on. You truly do need to work on your training, Its no wonder the clones have been walking all over you.
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I wonder if the Death Star's turbo laser batteries can point downward, cuz if not, some B1s can go around placing charges on them.
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>>2314165
I say we hide behind a planet somewhere, our ship has got to be more maneuverable than the death star, and just send our vultures since they can dodge the turbolasers.
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>>2314161
>>>2314161
>>Your world was destroyed by unknown means, We are dropping your personal off and then moving on. You truly do need to work on your training, Its no wonder the clones have been walking all over you.
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>>2314161
>Hahaha, it appears that Republic lapdogs will be receiving a helping hand today, Dodonna! Or is it a fist? Either way, know that Admiral Trench is back amongst the living, with a common foe.
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>>2314161
>Your world was destroyed by unknown means, We are dropping your personal off and then moving on. You truly do need to work on your training, Its no wonder the clones have been walking all over you.

>Alliance to restore the Republic
Urgh i don't like that but whatever.
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>>2314187
No worries anon, we can convince them that, since the empire was the republic, that the CIS were right all along. And we can rename it likewise
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Oh boy Dodona was from the clone wars. Wonder what his reaction will be once he sees Trench smilling to him in the hologram.
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>>2314187
>>2314191
"It is a general truth of this world that anything long divided will surely unite, and anything long united will surely divide."
The Republic a shit, Indepence ho!
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>>2314197
would've sounded better had I spelled Independence right.
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>>2314193
Shitting bricks.

>>2314161
>Your world was destroyed by unknown means, We are dropping your personal off and then moving on. You truly do need to work on your training, Its no wonder the clones have been walking all over you.

>>2314191
Worth a try. Even if only for the "I told you so" moment.
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I wonder if that General Kalani is still around?
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>>2314197
>>2314204

"With the empire's iron grip slowly choking the life out of every star system. We must unite under a single banner. Under a single goal. No man above, no man below! But side by side in a Confederacy Of iIndependent Systems! "
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MY internet just died in my computer, gonna restart it, but I might be gone till morning
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>>2314216
nah I'm good false alarm
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so far it looks like
4 here's your people i gotta go.
3 for smug bug of friendship
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>>2314220
Power short out? It happens with me too.

Also do you guys think we should give ourselfs a name? We kinda have rolled around with just being the admiral or the CIS commander.
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>>2314161
>Your world was destroyed by unknown means, We are dropping your personal off and then moving on. You truly do need to work on your training, Its no wonder the clones have been walking all over you.
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>>2314223
I would ask for some fuel but i don't want to lurk around this place and we have a lot of stuff to do then to worry with a group of insurgents.
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>>2314223
Fuck the rebellion and the alliance to restore the republic. Almost doomed us with the demilitartion when the vong camr
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Hello goodbye seems to be the prevailing attitude here, so I'll get started on that.
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>>2314245
but pleas continue to debate, I'd like to see your arguments. and the decision is not necessarily made yet.
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>>2314244
This, we're not rebels we're just traders who wanted more freedom
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I think we should turn the rebellion into the CIS. We already have a good argument why trying to reform the republic is a terrible idea and the CIS was actually in the right during the war all along. It's a stretch but we could add the rebel alliance to the small but preexisting CIS presence
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>>2314249
Our Fist of Mammon can't even fend off a Star Destroyer. That's my debate! Some Vulture Droids to help them with their assault would get us some goodwill and maybe even help more of Red and Gold Squadron make it out of there.
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>>2314258
The deathstar isn't our fight, its theirs. A couple of droids wont help a lot since the battle was MASSIVE
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>>2314244
Agree with the first part. The second didn't happend so we need to wait and see.

>>2314206
Maybe if we start spreading the word we may end up having people join us. But first we need to seek more about that signal that is able to shit down our droids.
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>>2314165
I say we go to Quell like this anon suggested so we can quell the quelling.
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>>2314259
Yeah, like, 40 rebel fighters.
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>>2314258
No it won't help. You know why? Because the empire has a code to disable separatist droids! We can't risk our units in a true war yet. We need to find what that signal is and how to protect ourselfs from it.
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>>2314259
the first point is perfectly valid, but the whole reasont that they weren't swarmed to death with ties was because Tarkin went off half-cocked and went in without fleet support.
you're thinking of DS2 over Endor
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>>2314262
This as well, as long as that station is still up we are almost completely defenseless against any large scale clash against the empire
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>>2314265
>>2314262
I agree we should do that and maybe after they have defeated the DS and the blockade is put on Yavin we can have Dax and the others come in a attemp to recruit us to break the blockade and help the rebellion ships slip between the imperials.

But first we need a descend fleet not just one ship.
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>>2314275
>maybe after they have defeated the DS
Like that's a sure thing? Trusting fate is the trait of a bad investor.
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>>2314265
Thought it was more, my bad. Though we're not rebels. The rebellion could plan to backstab us after this is over. We dont have a way to make more Vulture droids yet nor a way to get more ships. For now we're too weak to lend any droids.
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>>2314277
At least they will be a distraction to the imperials while we gather our forces. So far they seem to be having a bad deal so this will be just us trading business cards and once we need each other the other will come and speak.
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You are General Jan Dodonna of the Rebel Alliance, and your day just keeps getting worse. Sometimes it feels like the universe just gives things to you solely for the pleasure of taking them away again.
No...

"It's been a while General."
He was DEAD you saw him die, you were there. General Skywalker cut the bastard in half and broadcast it to the whole damn fleet.
You make a choked sound, The other rebel officials look between you and the monster on the screen, confusion on their faces, whispering to each other.

"Was your unified Republic everything you'd hoped it would be..?"

He just keeps coming back.

[INTERLUDE END]

"I'm terribly sorry, but I don't have time to stop and chat, just wanted to come by and drop off some of your men. The planet of Alderaan has been destroyed by unknown means. And I have other matters to attend to. Send a shuttle to pick them up as soon as you can, or I can send them to you, either way I expect to leave within the hour."

A human female With a very strange hairstyle pushes the good general out of view, stepping towards the sensor.
"And just who are you exactly!? I appreciate the candour, but I generally like to know who's stopping by to make veiled insults and smug comments."

She certainly doesn't SEEM to appreciate you being direct?

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>SIDESTEP EVER ACTUALLY TELLING THEM YOUR NAME(ANON OPTION)
>>LET GENERAL DODONNA EXPLAIN.
>>MY NAME IS(_____)
>>WRITE IN?
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>>2314337
>Blah, Another undisciplined soldier. I expected better and this is what I see. Take your people and be gone.
>Hang up and wish the rebels on the ship well. They will need it.
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>MY NAME IS Shake zula, the mic rula, the old schoola, you want a trip, I’ll bring it to ya!
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>SIDESTEP
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I wonder if we should have Grave instead of Trench as our moniker?
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>>2314337
>SIDESTEP EVER ACTUALLY TELLING THEM YOUR NAME(ANON OPTION)
>Other: Don't forget make the clicking noises with our mandibules as we leave.
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>Dodonna's face when: https://youtu.be/N9KGfgg-d8s
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>>2314351
I like Grave. But that is if we don't ide tify ourselfs as Trench and are more like his 'son'. But i say we keep the moniker it will make people fear us.
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>>2314341
This

>>2314337
Also, having lots of fun, great work.
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>>2314351
>>2314363
i support grave. Like the QM said we are not trench but we could find a way of associating our self's with him
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>>2314341
I almost want to ask if Leia is her Jedi General. Now that i think about it do we even know about the jedi purge?
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>>2314367
But why not assume the mantle of Trench? If we take a new name it confuses the brand, whereas Trench coming back from death AGAIN is a really nice start to our renown.
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>>2314368
you haven't been told about it no. and trench died before it happened, so it isn't in your? memories either.
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>>2314354
Support
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>>2314341
Supporting
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so far it seems to be
2 WOW ok cya bitch. youre cool rekker
2 my name is not important , what is important, is what I'm about to do.
1 You may refer to me as Admiral Grave
(optional)1 Ah i assume this is your jedi?
gonna need some consensus lads.
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>>2314388
Combine the first 2 + no 4. Works out allright. Then fuck off to the CIS listening post and try to both find a factory and figure out the GAME OVER signal.
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>>2314391
Why do we assume Jedi when she dresses like a Senator?
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>>2314391
if this can get a bit more support then this is what I'll go with.
give this two (you)s

>>2314392
A. no one in a room of generals and admirals is incensed at this girl in her 20's getting super mad at you.
B. She's being an angry bitch.

fits your experience of most female jedi.
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>>2314392
Didnt she dress in pretty much random clothes from flowy dress to combat gear? If she looks like a senator then drop the point, otherwise the only random looking people with that much gusto are usually jedi (before the purge anyway).
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>>2314393
>A. no one in a room of generals and admirals is incensed at this girl in her 20's getting super mad at you.
>B. She's being an angry bitch.
>fits your experience of most female jedi.

*Arthur flashback sound effect*
https://youtu.be/B8K9jAJ3Ong
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>>2314394
she's wearing her combat gear.
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>>2314397
oh by the way
5
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>>2314337
>>231434
This x 2
Then let's go to former Confederacy planet, maybe there are still CIS supporters.
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>>2314391
reckon I'll go with this, cos we don't really have anything else being voted for.
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>>2314396
I love you video posting guy
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>>2314423
Shows that the purge was really a public works project for the common good. Goddam jedi.
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Thus quest just gets better and better
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"Bah, another High and mighty stooge from the Order, I Expected better, a proper Partisan force. Instead I find children and fools playing at War."
"My name doesn't matter, not now, but you will know it soon. All the galaxy will. I am the only one strong enough to liberate this galaxy."

You cut off the comm and step away from the the podium, turning to your guards.

"Escort Captain Rekker and his men to the escape pods and set them down to the planet."

Just as the magnaguards escort the now terribly morose looking captain from the bridge, you turn away from the viewport and look him square in the eye.
"I am dreadfully sorry that you must follow such ineffective leadership. I wish you well. Know that i respect you greatly."

He grimaces at you before leaving, escorted by 2 B1's.

You watch as one of the Fist's many escape pods is ejected towards Yavin's moon.
"What a damn shame."

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>THE SIGNAL THAT SHUT DOWN THE CIS FORCES IS TOO MUCH OF A THREAT. YOU NEED TO FIND SOME WAY OF HARDENING YOUR DROIDS AGAINST IT.
>>FIND ONE OF THE MANY HIDDEN CIS LISTENING POSTS, IT SHOULD HAVE RECORDS OF THE SIGNAL.
>>FIND A NEWER IMPERIAL STATION, THESE MIGHT REVEAL MORE ABOUT THE SIGNAL, BUT WILL (MOST LIKELY) BE MORE DANGEROUS.
>>WRITE IN
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>>2314464
>>>FIND ONE OF THE MANY HIDDEN CIS LISTENING POSTS, IT SHOULD HAVE RECORDS OF THE SIGNAL.
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>>2314464
>>2314464
>FIND ONE OF THE MANY HIDDEN CIS LISTENING POSTS, IT SHOULD HAVE RECORDS OF THE SIGNAL.
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>>2314464
4
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>>2314464
>>FIND ONE OF THE MANY HIDDEN CIS LISTENING POSTS, IT SHOULD HAVE RECORDS OF THE SIGNAL.
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three consecutive votes for a CIS listening post

Seems pretty unanimous, writing.
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>>2314464
>FIND ONE OF THE MANY HIDDEN CIS LISTENING POSTS, IT SHOULD HAVE RECORDS OF THE SIGNAL.

>>2314470
DS to Yavin when?
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As far as you can tell, there are four planets within a reasonable distance that had CIS listening posts.

>>AGAMAR
>>RHEN VAR
>>DATHOMIR
>>TELOS
>>AND ONE ON YAVIN 2 ACTUALLY, BUT YOU JUST LEFT THERE.
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>>2314486
Hidden listening posts that is, you're also a stones throw from serenno.
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>>2314337
>"Was your unified Republic everything you'd hoped it would be..?"
HAH
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>>2314486
>AGAMAR
I got a good feeling about this
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>>2314486
>>>AGAMAR
I'll go for Agamar as well.
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>>2314486
>>DATHOMIR
Lets pay visit to Nightsisters.
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>>2314492
>>2314494
Thirding, lets go.

>>2314497
Naw man. The only time we visit them is with a fleet of Lucrehulks so we can bomb them to oblivion.
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I'm making breakfast and eating it is probably gonna take like 10 minutes, you have until i finish a ham, lettuce and mayonnaise sandwich to vote
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>>2314492
>>2314494
Supp-ort
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I hear Agamar is lovely this time of year.

3
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The station at Agamar is the furthest away from any hyperspace lanes, and thus in your opinion the least likely to be found. Naturally this makes it your priority target.

You set the droids through some CQC drills on the way through hyperspace, your magnaguards truly are impressive.

Unlike the B1's they don't seem to speak, despite being above their peers in terms of intelligence, curious. Your musings are interrupted by the ethereal lines of Hyperspace dropping away as you enter the edge of the system.
As expected, the system is empty.

Except for a weak and garbled transmission coming from the planet's surface.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>ATTEMPT TO DECRYPT THE MESSAGE?
>>GO INVESTIGATE THE SOURCE?
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>>2314536
>ATTEMPT TO DECRYPT THE MESSAGE?

Our mother spider didn't raise no rookie!
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>>2314536
>ATTEMPT TO DECRYPT THE MESSAGE?
>GO INVESTIGATE THE SOURCE?
Decrypt and scan, otherwise move to the listening post. Stay as hidden as possible.
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>>2314536
>>ATTEMPT TO DECRYPT THE MESSAGE?
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>>2314536
>ATTEMPT TO DECRYPT THE MESSAGE?
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looks like decryption.
give me some d100's + 10
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Rolled 8 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2314571
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Rolled 35 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2314571
Rolling to save thread, and our B1s.
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Rolled 26 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2314571
Last minute save!
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Rolled 43 (1d100)

>>2314571
You lads were useless, watch me.
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Rolled 95 + 10 (1d100 + 10)

>>2314571
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>>2314587
>>2314584
>>2314576
I'm afraid it's best out of three lads.
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>>2314591
Well fuck...guess we are stranded.
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"Yeah, uh sir. I don't know how to decrypt things. or encrypt things. In fact I like to stay away from crypts altogether."

You need to get better droids.

>>head down and investigate, it's not coming from the listening post, but it might be important.
>>go to the listening post. See what you can see. maybe you can figure it out from there?
>> Nah man I'm out peace.
>>Write in?
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>>2314596
>>go to the listening post. See what you can see. maybe you can figure it out from there?
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>>2314596
>head down and investigate, it's not coming from the listening post, but it might be important.
these fucking droids man
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>>2314598
changing to
>>go to the listening post. See what you can see. maybe you can figure it out from there?
still miffed at our clankers
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>>2314596
>go to the listening post. See what you can see. maybe you can figure it out from there?

It's a listening post. Also any excuse before being forced to land in a planet.
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alright, three votes for listening post
writing
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>>2314602
Should have picked that software upgrade.Should we be putting our droids into building the mini factories while we are moving in space?
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>>2314606
>that spoiler
It's not a terrible idea honestly. We still need to establish a solid method of gathering raw materials before we start even small-scale manufacturing.
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>>2314610
We could possibly retro fit the listening post to work as a scavage/mining ship and send it to Alderaan.Also Agamar seem to be a metal rich planet maybe we can start digging here. Or even use it to build a droid factory
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>>2314617
We should probably do some recon of the surrounding planets before we decide to set up operations here.
Even if the Empire fucked off there's probably still intergalactic mega-corporations with mineral rights, and you know how rich folk get when you fuck with their bread and butter.
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>>2314617
We could also set up small operating base here, at last for a while.
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This listening post is a floating orbital platform above Agamar 1's moon, and is roughly 500 square feet in diameter. Think the tiniest lucrehulk ever and you're not far off.

Actually getting onto the post is as simple as connecting to it with an umbilical and sending some B1's over. They swiftly find the automated computer systems and enter your passcodes into it.

>>ASSET ACQUIRED: A slightly corrupted copy of the shutdown signal. you reckon you'd need to find the rest in order to properly make sense of it.
Signal integrity at 50%

The signal is stronger here, and your B1's can pick it up using the listening posts scanners.

"Thi--------Heavy casualties---------lini-------rcements------epeats."

Well that was illuminating.

>>You have the signal's origin point.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>THAT SOUNDS RATHER SERIOUS< YOU SHOULD CHECK IT OUT.
>>IT SOUNDS LIKE TROUBLE. AND LOSSES ARE UNACCEPTABLE RIGHT NOW.
>>WRITE IN.
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>>2314627
>>THAT SOUNDS RATHER SERIOUS< YOU SHOULD CHECK IT OUT.
Are you ready to smash impies? Because I am.
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>>2314627
>THAT SOUNDS RATHER SERIOUS< YOU SHOULD CHECK IT OUT.
>Write-in: Pin point the signal location so we can find it with more ease.
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>>2314627
>IT SOUNDS LIKE TROUBLE. AND LOSSES ARE UNACCEPTABLE RIGHT NOW.
>Check what this listening post need, to become fully operational base.
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>>2314606
>>2314617
the problem with these two ideas is that you currently have no manufacturing base, and it's not the kind of thing some B1's can rig up, even with your command droid.
You would need at least a week of work at a proper shipyard in order to install any upgrades to the Fist.
However, the miniaturised Foundry is only actually miniaturised in a very basic sense. Being able to pump out roughly 700 to 800 B1's a day as long as you have the needed resources.
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>>2314630
>>2314631
Support
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>>2314628
FUCK YEAH! Time to have our Magnaguards do the work!
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It depends what you mean by fully operational base, at the moment it has power and atmosphere and is self sufficient with those resources, anything else would require construction on the frigate scale.

The signal location is rather easy to pinpoint as the listening post is specifically designed for such things. The signal originates from the pole at Agamar 2's magnetic north. Frozen and icy.
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writing going to investigate,
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>>2314638
>Frozen and icy

You don't say!

>You would need at least a week of work at a proper shipyard in order to install any upgrades to the Fist.

Oh well hopefully we can find someone in Muun who would be very happy in supporting a possible admiral of the CIS
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>>2314638
To restore LP for its job, listening, decryption informations. We need to know what is going on, in near area. And we can use it as a small supply base.
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You mull the idea over in your head for a few seconds, on the one hand whoever is down there needs help and could well be indebted to you afterwards, however whatever caused the "Heavy casualties" could still be around, and you cannot afford casualties right now. In the end however, you decide that fate rarely works in favour of those who never risk. and decide to send a few battle droids down to investigate.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>WHAT DO YOU SEND DOWN THERE?
>>GROUND ASSETS: 17 B1 DROIDS, ONE DROID COMMANDER, 2 IG-100 MAGNAGUARDS. THE ADMIRAL REBORN.
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>>2314646
We also need a spaceport to make any kind of restoration. First thing we should do is find out about this signal. Make a base in a far away place like Dantoine or some forest world like Saleucami. Go to Muun and fund ways to profit and acquire minning rights and what not. Maybe even fuck up some low hutt clan and get some profit from it?
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>>2314652
>Admiral Reborn, 2 Magnaguards, 10 B1 Droids
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>>2314646
Oh it's fully functional in that case, it had shut down like most old sep stuff, but now you've powered it back up again you've got a permanent link.

Once you power up all of the listening posts in this area, you'll have a good three quarters of the Perlemian trade Hyperspace route mapped and almost a quarter of the Hydian way.
You've got almost a quarter of the galaxy's hyperspace routes mapped and scanned now.
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>>2314659
this, but bring our commander as well.
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>>2314660
"You will have"
I'm a fool.
At the moment you've just got a bit of the Perlemian.
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>>2314652
Send 10 droids, split them in to 2 fireteams (5 droids per team)
The rest should stay as reserve.
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>>2314652
Can't the vultures go ground and attack in their bipedal form? If not then send the magna guards with a officer droids and another 7 B1 (making a total of 8 B1 droids)
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>>2314665
normally you could send the vulture droids in, but the planet is wracked by electical storms, so it wouldn't end well for them.
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>>2314664
B1's aren't smart we should go with some guards to ensure everything will work. Fortunantly our exoskeletong is a little more resistant against blaster fire thanks to our droids thinkering.
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>>2314667
Oh okay. Nevermind then we will just work as a extracting force or as a commando unit then.
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So far we have
2 magnaguards 10 B1's the admiral.
10 B1's in fireteams of 5
if you guys could vote for one of these please.
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>>2314676
>2 magnaguards 10 B1's the admiral.

Less risk of losing our shit.
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>>2314676
>2 magnaguards 10 B1's the admiral.
wait you want me to vote again?
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>>2314676
Will change mine to the 2 magna guards abd the 10 B1s
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>>2314677
Supporting
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>>2314679
He wants people who didn't vote in those options to select between those two.
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nah i reckon we got it
10 B1's.
the admiral
both our magnaguards.
writing.
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I hope we didn't make a bad decision.
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>>2314697
>implying the admiral isn't gonna slap peoples collective shit down there.
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"Commander, mobilise two fireteams of battle droids, I shall be commanding this mission myself." You leave the bridge swiftly, followed by your guards. "Have the fighters patrol the planet's orbit while I'm down there, let's not have any surprises."

The shuttle ride down is rather bumpy and uncomfortable once you hit atmosphere, the temperature taking a sharp dip inside the shuttle, Your heated environment suit and heavy fur keep the cold away though as you step out into the snow and ice.
You touched down roughly half a mile south from the signal,and once all your droids are deployed you plod through the snow towards your objective, the white cloaks of the magnaguards rendering them almost invisible among the fields of endless white.

After roughly half an hour you make visual contact with the objective, a crashed Seperatist supply ship, being beset upon by Imperial troopers wearing what you can only assume is specialised arctic armour. The snowtroopers aren't actually fighting anyone at the moment,they appear to be attempting to cut open the hangar bay doors of the ship.
You can see roughly 20 snowtroopers, and a large white shuttle parked off to the side of the crashed ship.
You are currently armed with an E-5 blaser rifle.
>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>FIRE ON THE STORMTROOPERS FROM HERE.
>>ATTEMPT TO SNEAK CLOSER WITH YOUR DROIDS.
>>SEND A TRANSMISSION ON A CIS CHANNEL TO WHOMEVER IS INSIDE.
>>WRITE IN.
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>>2314701
Nah man the one that will slap peoples shit will be the Magna guards. That's their job after all.
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>>2314704
>ATTEMPT TO SNEAK CLOSER WITH YOUR DROIDS.
>SEND A TRANSMISSION ON A CIS CHANNEL TO WHOMEVER IS INSIDE.
Try to get the Magnaguard as close as possible and throw in some grenades if we decide to engage. Also, keep loose formations to reduce the effect of explosives toward us, also crossfire.
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>>2314707
Supporting.
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>>2314704
>ATTEMPT TO SNEAK CLOSER WITH YOUR DROIDS.
>SEND A TRANSMISSION ON A CIS CHANNEL TO WHOMEVER IS INSIDE.
If there are any CIS inside, we will attack from 2 sides.
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>>2314704
Supporting:>>2314707
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>>2314710
Support + get magnaguards close with the other droids in loose formations.
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I think it's clear what you guys want.
writing
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20 men is 40 eyes, roll me some d100's+10
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>>2314719
Well let's hope the Magnaguards don't get spotted at least
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>>2314719
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>>2314719
>>2314719

>>2314720
Ah...storm troopers at it's finnest. I think the clones quality have dropped.
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>>2314720
We white death now.
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>>2314719
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good shit lads.
writing
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>>2314722
Are they still clones? I thought the Empire switched over to non-compulsory enlistment when they came to power.
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>>2314730
They did, we just don't know that IC.
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>>2314730
They did but our character doesn't know about it yet. So far to him all the stormtroopers are just clone troopers. Same way he said that Leia was part of the Order. Which only people from the clone war era knows that one would refer to the jedi order.
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>>2314730
But the PC doesnt know that. Not that he much cares, I suppose. Although it could be another avenue of exploitation.
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>>2314735
He doesn't it's just funny that our character is expecting to face high quality clone troopers, even more since these guys seem to be some kind of special unit, and ends up performing way above his weight thanks to it.
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The reeing that Vader would have if he found out that Trench is alive would be great. I feel pitty of the imperial officer that gives him the news.
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>>2314741
Imagine the reeing we'll have once we find out who vader is.
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Do not forget that we have three full suits of stormtrooper armor for the Commando droids to wear.
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Are we gonna go to the Ysalamiri planet?
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>>2314745
they are all snow troppers anon. Maybe we can grab some here and use it in the battle of Hoth?

>>2314744
Don't think we will find out the only person who knows who Vader is are the emperor, Tarkin and Yoda.
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>>2314746
If we learn about it in character i can see it being used. I would rather have vornskr hounds.
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We need some commando droids for stealth shenanigans.
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>>2314754
Need some blueprints first. But imagine a unit of compos3d of Magna guards and commando droids.
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>>2314748
So are the Star Wars comics also culled with the No Disney stance?
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>>2314754
>>2314756
For that we could visit black markets in huts space. We could buy droids, weapon, information, supply or even recruit some "guns to hired" (meby we shouldnt rely only on droids). But for that we need start earning money.
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To be entirely fair to the Imperial academy, several of the stormtroopers do actually notice your group of battle droids sneaking into firing positions.
They just didn't see the magnaguards that killed them before they could scream.
16 snowtroopers remaining.

"Seperatist supply vessel, these are your reinforcements calling, what is your status over?"
You duck into cover behind a large shard of splintered off debris, awaiting the response. It arrives after a few seconds. They were most likely checking your codes. Your hologram projector flares to life, showing a familiar robotic form.

"This is General Kalani.. It is good to see you again Admiral. I see that reports of your death were... exaggerated. My troops have been deactivated for some time now and my ship is destroyed, so I have been stuck on this planet
for entirely too long." His hologram pauses, before fiddling with something off sensor range. "I suppose that now would be a good time to start turning the power back on. I'm having a bit of trouble reviving my troops but I've almost got it. You just need to buy me some time, thirty seconds at maximum."

>>PERSON OF INTEREST: GENERAL KALANI, A SUPER TACTICAL DROID WHO YOU OFTEN COORDINATED PLANETARY ASSUALTS WITH IN THE PAST, HE EXCELS AT COMBINED ARMS AND TERROR TACTICS.
>>COMMANDER ABILITY: WHERE YOU FAILED: IF KALANI IS ENGAGING IN MANEUVERS AGAINST AN ENEMY COMMANDER AND AND THE ENEMY COMMANDER FAILS THEIR COMMAND ROLL, KALANI GAINS TWO DEGREES OF SUCCESS.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>OPEN FIRE!
>>HAVE YOUR MAGNAGUARDS PERFORM SILENT TAKEDOWNS
>>WRITE IN
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>>2314769
Time to visit our friends in Muun then.
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>>2314758
It depends on whether they're rad as hell like that one.
I will take some cool stuff from the disney canon.
Like Thrawn kicking insane amounts of ass with kung fu.
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>>2314776
>>HAVE YOUR MAGNAGUARDS PERFORM SILENT TAKEDOWNS
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>>2314776
>OPEN FIRE!
hopefully we don't hit our magnaguards
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>>2314776
>>HAVE YOUR MAGNAGUARDS PERFORM SILENT TAKEDOWNS
Droids be ready to open fire, if enemy will notice our presence..
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>>2314776
Silent takedowns are not a delaying tactic.
>GO FLASHY, SHOCK AND AWE THEM BEFORE YOU PULL THE BUCKETS OFF WITH HEADS IN TOW.
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>>2314776
KALANI!!YOU OLD BUCKET IF BOLTS! GOD DAM AM I GLAD TO SEE YOUR UGLY FACE!

>HAVE YOUR MAGNAGUARDS PERFORM SILENT TAKEDOWNS.
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>>2314781
Take out as many as possible before revealing ourselfs.
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SN4K3, this is a sneaking mission.
roll em some more d100's+10 due to magnaguard stealth.
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We need to buy time, why the silent takedowns? Suppressive fire, yo!
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>>2314800
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>>2314800
Kalani reminds me of the stone toa from Metru Nui.
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>>2314806
Holy mother of fuck Magnaguards are OP.
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>>2314800
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>>2314807
basically robo Ip-man, so yeah
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>>2314805
>>2314806
>>2314809
There's our three rolls.
100 on d100->Lord of War/Critical success.
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>>2314810
So when do we fund out these two were part of grievous guards? Because for twi scrap droids these two magna guards are definetly pulling their weight.
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As you move your troops into position, your order your magnaguards to move forwards and clear a path as quietly as possible. A task they take to with gusto, panache and all the other vaguely corellian sounding words that mean essentially, "they do it good-like".
Twin ghosts pad silently through the blizzard and Imperial troopers die.
>>9 troopers remaining.
>>1 turn remaining before ???

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>GO LOUD AND PROUD
>>BLADES IN THE DARK
>>WRITE IN?
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>>2314816
Cloning Grevious back when? Oh the shit storm that is brewing will be great.
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>>2314830
>>GO LOUD AND PROUD
>>2314831
He was fairly incompetent for the 3d animated series, we don't need to slay any mook jedis yet.
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>>2314830
>GO LOUD AND PROUD
Time to end it.
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>>2314830
>>GO LOUD AND PROUD
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>>2314830
>>blades in the dark
Well this has been going great so far.
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>>2314833
Oh my thought is nothing to do with how competent he is or not, I just want to see how pissed off we can get vader.
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Hey guys, wanna go to the Casino planet?
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>>2314833
remember, this is genndy star wars.
go watch his scenes in the 2005 2d series.
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>>2314841
I know, but outside of those two incidents, what all did he accomplish?
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>>2314830
>GO LOUD AND PROUD
Droids ! Choose yours targets, aim and open fire !!!
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>>2314830
>GO LOUD AND PROUD
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>>2314843
>one of the droids say: But there is only 9 enemy soldiers and ten of us sir.
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>>2314842
well he did kidnap chancellor palpatine.
I get that he didn't kill any major characters, but it's still a step above his competence in the 3d series or the prequels.
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>>2314831
No need he would try having us killed or something else. Besides i doubt there is any biological residue of him still around after 20 years.
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EVERYBODY FIRE

i'm gonna need some d100's+20
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>>2314855
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>>2314855
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>>2314855
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>>2314857
>>2314858
>>2314859
Nice doing lads, i'll get to writing.
87->A Display of Superior Strategy.
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>>2314850
I would rather spend that time building ships rather then focusing on brigging a dead asshole back to life
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>>2314862
oh no i'm not arguing for his resurrection, that's possibly the worst idea anyone has ever had.
He was a pretty cool fightman though
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>>2314864
That's true.
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"Kalani. what is the status on your troops?" the holocomm flickers back to life and while you can't see The tactical droid, you can hear sparks flying and buzzing through the speaker.

"I currently estimate reanimation time at 18 seconds." He looks up for a second and quickly turns his head back to you. "They will penetrate the doors before then, I request that you open fire."

Well, you're not one to deny a favor for a friend.
"OPEN FIRE!"
The droids follow your order immediately, while the magnaguards fall back and draw their own carbines, adding to the ceaseless barrage of blaster fire.
Two troopers are caught out in the open and obliterated, while another picks the wrong piece of cover and gets taken out from a blast penetrating the thin metal he hid behind. The remaining six and yourself pour fire on the remaining troopers while the IG-100s move to flank.
And then there was one.
The officer in charge of the squad throws down his weapon and presses his back against the bay door they were slicing through only to fall backwards as it opens, the last thing he ever sees being the repulsorlift engines of a Baktoid Armor workshop Armoured Assualt Tank mk2.

"Well, done Admiral. Efficient as always." He looks around noting the corpses of stormtroops around your men.
"Now if you will excuse me, I have to get off this horrid world, the electrical storms make my cogitator fuzzy."

A short shuttle ride back up to the Fist. (And a couple of return trips to make sure you've got everything you need.) And you reckon you've done everything you really can in this sector. You just need to finish the paperwork for your new army group.

>>ASSET ACQUIRED: GENERAL KALANI
>>ASSET ACQUIRED: 7 AAT TANKS (you had to strap them to the shuttle and fly them up individually.)

CHOOSE 2: these are assets, not upgrades. If you don't have the blueprints, they cannot be reproduced, and are repaired slower.
>400 B1 droids.
>200 OOM, Pilot droids(specially trained bridge control crew and standard naval crew.)
>40 B2 battle droids.
>20 Hyena Bombers.
>40 BX Commando Droids.
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>>2314886
>>200 OOM, Pilot droids(specially trained bridge control crew and standard naval crew.)
>>40 BX Commando Droids.

Take the trooper armour too
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>>2314886
>200 OOM, Pilot droids(specially trained bridge control crew and standard naval crew.)
>40 BX Commando Droids.
Get the ship running and some infiltration capability. Just what we need.
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>>2314888
>>2314894
Both of these are good, voting for this as well, gotta get our ship working correctly.
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>>2314901
Same
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>>2314888
>>2314894
Agree.
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Alright, 200 naval droids. 40 BX commandoes.
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If we went up against Vader, he could find where we are in our ship pretty easily given we're the only organic and immediately explode our brain.
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>>2314928
That's why we are here instead of helping the rebels against the DS. Also because FUCK THE REPUBLIC!
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>>2314908
I have updated the pastebin as well.

You step onto your new command deck, not only full of well programmed, specialist droids. But it's been cleaned and reorganised so that it's up to naval code, you don't feel like some down-on-his-luck pirate any more, now you're a powerful admiral, thanks in part to the sterling effort of the good general, who appears to have thrown his lot in with you for the moment, not being eager for a random imperial button press to fry his brain.
Speaking of signals.

>>YOU ARE IN CONTROL
>>YOU ONLY HAVE HALF OF THE FULL SIGNAL, YOU NEED 100% to CREATE A COUNTERMEASURE.
THERE ARE FOUR MORE PLACES YOU COULD VISIT.
>>TELOS
>>DATHOMIR
>>YAVIN 2
>>RHEN VAR
>>WRITE IN?
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>>2314946
Whats furthest from the Empire and most secret. That one.
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>>2314946
>>>TELOS
HK-50s were made here if i recall correctly
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>>2314946
>>YAVIN 2
"forgot my keys"
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>>2314946
>>>TELOS
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>>2314946
>TELOS
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>>2314946
>TELOS
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>>2314962
Telos or Dathomir.

although i think there was a imp prison that is raided in Dathomir since sidious hate the night sisters

>>2314946
>>TELOS
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RIP Ghost Prisoners. If we're lucky, perhaps we could clone some of those?
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>>2314996
>Ghost Prisoners

Literaly who?
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>>2315040
You should read Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison
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>>2315043
Oh the history of the cripple kid? Not like we know were it's and wasn't that way before the battle of Yavin?
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So after we visit Telos i suggest going to Dathomir. Maybe create a underground base there? Then we go to Rhen Var and for last we jump to Yavin 2
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sorry about the no replies, fell asleep.
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>>2315215
reckon I'll leave it till tomorrow. around 11 AM ish.
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>>2315147
After Telos lets go to Florrum, where Hondo had his base. Maybe we'll find there something useful, and its not to far from Telos.
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>>2315219
No continue! I'm still here. Besides i figure you would have fallen asleep.

>>2315222
I have being looking around for star maps and found pic related.

If this is right Dathomir is the closest planet to us then Yavin and next to it Rhen Var. Talos is located is the farthest planet from any imperial territory
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Here to anyone that can't find the worlds.
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>>2315246
Ohh i have old map.
But on this map, there is no Florrum Did Galactic Imperium forget about it ??
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>>2315230
yeah ok then, I'll give it a bit more.

Seems that everyone voted for Telos here. so I'll write that.
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>>2315265
Most likely wasn't mapped. Some worlds weren't map during the old republic and some were just know by pirate and crime syndicates.

I have this big one but it's only of the Outer Rim.
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>>2315270
Cool! Can't wait to kick more imps ass. We should probably ask Kalani how a bunch of stor.trooper in a shittle found him. Were they just stationed here?
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>>2314968
yeah but that was back in the Old republic, several thousand years ago.
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You make a decision, you call for your crew to fire up the hyperdrive and engage the navicomputer.
"Set a course for Citadel Station."

You'll be there in a few hours, so you have plenty of time to get acquainted with your new crew. The OOM Pilot droids aren't any smarter than the average battle droid, but their personalities are more professional and they take part in less petty squabbles, leading to a far more effective Droid overall.
The BX's are a very different matter, it seems that going too long without memory wipes has exacerbated their natural twitchy-ness.
They are still far above battle droids in effectiveness, but they seem almost paranoid, and they've claimed the reactor as their territory, setting up explosive traps and other less lethal alternatives around the engineering bay.
At least it's well defended.

>>2315281
While on your way to Telos, you decide to have a bit more of a sit-down chat with Kalani.
"So how'd those republic soldiers find you anyway. Agamar doesn't seem like the kind of planet to have a garrison?"

"Oh I agree, The disgusting pit wasn't even inhabited when i retreated there back during the war. Apparently, they were passing through the system and heard my First distress call. I like to imagine we intercepted some poor, embattled imperial officer's reinforcements. Bastards"
1/2
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>>2315329
I wonder if Battle Droids could successfully man the Super Duper Star Destroyer Freudian Nightmare?
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>>2315329
>They are still far above battle droids in effectiveness, but they seem almost paranoid, and they've claimed the reactor as their territory, setting up explosive traps and other less lethal alternatives around the engineering bay.
At least it's well defended.

lol commando droids are just 40k guardsmen
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