Star Wars : EotE Minos

Beyond the Rim - Episode VII

oh boy, SIDEQUESTS!

Raxus_Prime_EotE_BtR.png

Pasha stays behind to snoop around. the rest hop on to a cargo skiff and head out on a hunt for items to help IsoTech. They were given coordinates of some fresher dump sites to look for the parts which were as follows:

  • Multi-phase transformer for a Capital ship engine.
  • Power line Splicers.
  • Labor droid servos. And a
  • 2 meter wide sensor dish.

The first stop had a lot of high capacity power cables. it took some effort but some cables were hauled out and they found a cable with splicers attached to it. But before they could hop back on the skiff they notices part of the junk around them was moving as if something was burrowing underneath. A Dimlurker came out. Hideous worm like creature. One end terminates in a grasping, toothless maw, flanked by a pair of long, prehensile tentacles tipped with hard spiked spheres of solid chitin. It was dispatched with haste and Jacen took a souvenir of one of the tentacles.

Second stop they were able to spot several droids working on the Fresh pile of junk. They were able to sneak up on them and surprised the droids, who shouted “Revolution” or the binary equivalent, and who were no match for the concentrated firepower of the Hero’s. Among the junk they did find a 2-meter wise sensor dish…. and droid servos.

At the third stop it was covered in a noxious gas, and the players practically ran into an Ugnaught salvage operation who gave them breath masks. When they found the payers were looking for an engines Multi-phase transformer, they asked them to help them deal with a problem. it seems the Droids in the junkyard were turning more hostile, and instead of aiding salvage operations they were harming it, and seeming not to even want to find salvage to sell. They still wanted some payment, even if they dealt with the problem. To’Que offered a Hutt sex toy. The confused Ugnaughts didn’t know what to say until he showed them the Dimlurker tentacle. The deal was made, and the players went back to scrap heap point to get some more weapons to deal with the Droid problem

Meanwhile…

Pasha started asking around and found out that there was something more beyond the showroom. From the Alcoves, one of which their ship was in, there were access tunnels to a lower part, of the base, that a lot of the cargo went directly to. With the help of P2-S4M she was able to open the panel and get down to a cargo room. she found a maintenance droid Cz-873 in charge of the Distribution bay. the Droid asked for authorization, and while P2 was able to distract the droid with a data dump, Pasha went further in. Dodging the labor droids she was able to get further in and found a tunnel that was blocked by garbage. She was able to figure out it was a ruse and able to activate a repulsor platform that allowed her further in. She found a well maintained corridor fully lit, but unused. Near a non-functioning turbolift she found a placard that Designated the ship as a CR-90 Corellian Corvette named the “Blockade Bandit”

Quickly making her way back she told CZ-873 that Rewna gave her authorization because P2 need parts for repair. Rewna was furious that a droid was harmed and left in a state of disrepair, and told Pasha to go back to her ship before she left any more clues to her unauthorized access.

The Rest of the players came back and stocked up on Ion grenades and Ion Pistols. Then they went to where the Droids had made a sort of base. taking out a few patrols they moved closer in and found a couple dozen droids working around a cargo freighter that was hooked up to a re-used reactor. The group was soon discovered and a fight broke out. Things were going well until a familiar supervisor droid, and R2 unit came out with an Assassin droid. If would have spelled doom for the players until a group of Ugnaughts rode in and rammed the assassin droid. Allowing enough of a distraction for the players to get closer and disable it.

Comments

kinnison kinnison

I'm sorry, but we no longer support this web browser. Please upgrade your browser or install Chrome or Firefox to enjoy the full functionality of this site.