Sith Hits the Fan

Into the frying pan

After introducing himself, Grand Inquisitor Kash Drakar nearly wiped out the entire team with the aid of the 403rd “suicide” Legion of deranged clone troopers. Short with his temper, Kash thrust Vulziggy and Sha-Kei with a fierce force push attack, throwing them against a wall and leaving them gasping for air on the ground.

Ghent explained the business deal arranged with Anal, and that they scavenged the Federation crash site.

A Clone confiscated their backpacks, and alerted Kash of a lightsaber. Kash, using a technique to gauge Force potential, found that Sha-Kei was the “sleeper” and offered to train her in order to work for the Imperials. When asked what would happen if she refused, Kash responded by only igniting his red lightsaber.

That’s about the time that Ghent’s past caught up with him. Kicking down the door behind the group, three mercenary bounty hunters rushed in and demanded that Ghent come with them. Without anyone making a move, the mercenary grabbed Sha-Kei and put a blaster up to her head, demanding that Ghent come with them, and that this was a Hutt affair, and that empire has no jurisdiction.

With an effortless flick of his wrist, Kash used the force and disarmed the mercenary holding Sha-Kei hostage, and shot him with his own blaster – resulting in an instant firefight between all parties. Our group mostly diving for cover was completely overwhelmed. Zenon was gripped by Kash from under a desk and flung across the room, and broke side door leading outside. With quick thinking, Zenon and Vulziggy avoided the firefight by running outside to seek help, while Sha-Kei was fighting to stay alive between the opposing groups.

Ghent, realizing the gravity of the situation, jumped out a window and ran towards the hanger containing Anal’s transport ship. It was there that he met with Zenon and the Pilot droid who introduced itself as L337, and managed to come up with a plan of its own to rescue the Kel-Dor that saved its own life.

Meanwhile, Vulziggy has snuck around to the back door and managed to start firing on the unsuspecting clones when the front end of the building was blown open, burying the mercenaries. In the confusion, Ghent and Zenon started to fire from the open doors of the transport, suppressing the clones into finding cover.

In a heroic effort, Vulziggy attempted to persuade Kash to let them go, and that the fight wasn’t going his way. Inquisitor Kash , although tempted to let them go – decided that his prized force sensitive Kel-Dor wasnt worth the trouble, so Vulziggy boldly pushed his way past the inquisitor and into harms way just to help Sha-Kei escape. WIth a quick slash, Vulziggy took a lightsaber wound on his back, but managed to get to Sha-Kei in time to help her onto the transport.

Furious, Kash was about to release a force lightning storm on the entire group, but the doors cosed and the transport tore off through the city, giving the group time to patch some wounds.

Sha-Kei leveled with her rescuers and thought she owed them an explanation as to why she had a lightsaber – and her tragic past.

L337 communicated to the group that it was going to take them to Mos Espa and seek out the Location of the Dusty Duck, a haunted ship capable of getting them off the planet, considering that they were now criminals of the Empire and the Hutts.

The group was cruising along just fine until the ship was rocked by an apparent attack, and L337 came onto the Holo-communicator and told the crew to arm themselves and prepare for an attack. L337 opened the transport door to reveal a group of swoop bikes, demanding the turnover of the criminal Ghent.



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