Star Wars : EotE Minos

First taste of Minos

What the sith is going on?

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The players start in Mos Eisely. They need a job, and a way to make the Krayt Fang (A ship they stole from the now dead Trandoshen slaver Trex) their own ship. They rename the ship Epsilon Explorer

They make contact with “Big Bungy”, a local crime boss, and find a way to get baffles on their ships engines to mask the transponder. They they are given a poor paying Milk run to Minos as a way to pay for the trip.

The trip to the minos cluster in uneventful. They land on Travnin and are confronted by the customs officer Lt. Zan Starkos who informs them the ship is impounded and quarantined until they procure a Minos Cluster trade permit.

After going through Travnin red tape, they wind up at the Local Spacer bar “The Grand Design” and contact Harloth Orden for a job. Basic Drop point shipment to Eliad 3000 credits to haul, 3000 on delivery.

After reversion to Eliad they are jumped by pair of Y-wings and make a run for a Debris field. Soon Two more Y-wings join, and a final pair. The players are attacked by Ions only, and end up destroying two Y-wings. The Players soon broadcast a distress beacon and the Y-wings break off.

At the Eliad spaceport they are contacted by the Customs official, a Lt Stan Korfos. Pasha flirts with him and end up setting up a date. Only a cursory glance is made of the cargo.

Sion ends up joining a gambling party hosted by a Lord Kaff. To Que joins him. Sion makes a bet on swoop races and losses. Lord Kaff makes a mention of hunting Nexu. To Que finds out Lord Kaff is in debt.

Pasha ends up going on her date with the customs officer, he wanted more and was quite upset when he got snubbed later in the date.

The players in the morning go to an abandoned barn to finish delivering. A Y-wing strafes the barn destroying it and a Personal carrier full of troopers ambushes them, stunning the players. They wake to find the cargo taken. No explanation why

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