Star Wars: A Galaxy Divided

Captain Azule's Log: Session 1

Our ship got raided by a group calling themselves the “Loyalists” Boarded our ship and was looking for me and my crew mates. Thing is My Twi’lek companion wasn’t on that list for some reason; suspicious.

I found a datapad with a list of names of people wanted by these loyalists, and also the crimes they’ve committed. 2 individuals on Tatooine have been pardoned of their large list of crimes ; called “Snapshot and Brawler”

We landed on Tatooine, checked out some shops then went into Jed Buntas Watering Hole ; a filled with all the undesirables of the universe. We walked into the place, grabbed some drinks and found out that the people we were looking for were further inside. After going through the dank back alleys we enter a smaller room with private dance tables. After inquiring with the bartender we were pointed to an off limits room where we were met with a droid at the door. After giving him the data pad i found on the Loyalist officer he let us inside and we were met with 2 individuals sitting down.

They referred themselves to as Kisk Vossk and Mads Cal.

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Chir-Pi Wingaflap's Log: Session 1

After the collapse of the new Jedi Order perpetrated by the Knights of Ren, Chir-pi and his peer Bhentar managed to find themselves stowed on the starship Fortuna captained by the infamous bounty hunter Azule and co-captained by the smuggler Eveenak’aitos.

For two years their adventures were largely uneventful, save for the expected plunder and murder typical in the company of a Bounty Hunter and Smuggler. Chir’s studies faltered in the company of the Fortuna’s crew, and much of his skill dulled.

All seemed to be going rather smoothly until a new offshoot of the old empire named “The Loyalists” boarded the Fortuna with the intent of arresting Captain Azule. Though peaceful discourse couldn’t be achieved, a well planned ambush from the crew and a spectacular shot from the captain himself repelled the invaders. While Chir and Eveenak collected the spoils of war, Bhentar and Azule searched the Loyalist’s craft.

Inside they found the pilot, obviously shaken by the fact that such a small crew managed to eliminate 8 stormtroopers and an officer. They managed to coerce the pilot into falsifying the mission report to his superior. Azule and Bhentar then disabled the ship, activated the distress beacon and jettisoned the craft into space.

A datapad found by the Captain on the ship revealed some interesting information about two individuals; “Snapshot” and “Brawler”. It was discovered that they were located in a seedy Mos Espa cantina, and they set a course straight away to better understand the nature of the Loyalists.

Chir-pi learned of what Bhentar had done to the pilot after the attack, and warned him against acts of passion. Chir was reluctant to let the matter go, but he conceded. He himself had had strange doubts and pangs of dark emotion in their two year voyage.

After some ostentatious purchasing in a Mos Espa market, the party found themselves at Jed Bunta’s Watering Hole. They eventually found the location of the two they’d been searching for, and they were greeted to an inauspicious duo of wide repute.

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GM's Log: Session 2

Part One: A Horror in the Cosmos

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The crew of the Fortuna was assigned a task: find the mad Doctor Piruhlga.

They set course for the nearby world of Christophsis, but were led astray by the Captain’s errant navigation. The ship came out of hyperspace dangerously close to a moon, and was pulled in by its gravity well.

Our heroes crash-landed, but survived the impact largely unscathed. With a fresh breach in the hull, and two damaged engines, the crew would not be leaving any time soon. Several of the crew set out to repair the ship from outside, but were soon confronted by visions of ghostly figures.

Inside the ship, Eve—the Twi’Lek co-pilot of the Fortuna—was investigating the hull breach. From within, she heard sounds of movement. In her efforts to investigate, she depressurized the ship, but discovered a ghostly figure of her own.

The crew became swiftly uneasy outside the safety of the ship, and quickly made their way back inside. But, with no way to repair the ship and only two hours of oxygen, there was little time to act: our crew made efforts to repair the ship from outside once again. Now, they found the ship and the surrounding area covered in blood.

Inside, Eve was confronted by a horror unspeakable—the severed heads of her family dangling from the ship’s ceiling. She was stabbed from behind, and left for dead.

Outside, the rest of the crew got to work along with BB-33, who soon short-circuited. Chir-Pi noticed a figure approaching, who ignited a lightsaber. He warned the others, but they seemed disinterested. Soon, the figure reached Chir-Pi and ran him through with the crackling blade. Only Bhentar and Azule remained.

Miraculously, the ship’s engines kicked back to life. The two made their way to the cockpit, and readied themselves for launch. Bhentar, however, saw a different reality: a Kalee warband approached. Bhentar disappeared from the cockpit, and the captain was left alone. A metal hand rested on his shoulder, and a cold voice spoke ill omens in his ears.

Then, the crew woke up.

They were back on their ship, orbiting Tattooine. Shaking off the horrors of their collective nightmare, they set about their true task… finding Piruhlga.

Part Two: The Crystalline Graveyard

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Finally, our heroes reached Christophsis.

The planet was largely abandoned, save for a single New Republic outpost manned by a disfigured Mirialan called Opheri Hestro. She excused the group’s criminal record in exchange for their company, and gave them the leads they needed on Doctor Piruhlga.

The crew took a lift down to the surface, and took speeder bikes provided by Hestro to the last known location of Doctor Piruhlga. Among a sea of clone corpses, functioning battle-droids stood at the ready.

Our heroes chose caution, and escaped to a nearby building. Within, they fought a super battle droid, who alerted the rest of his cohort. An army of battle-droids converged on the building, and the crew quickly rushed to the roof. There, a droid confronted them, and asked them to exercise restraint. His master wished to speak with the crew.

They accepted, and were led to the junk-built throne room of an old HK droid that called himself “Lumin.” The droid agreed to lead them to the information they sought, and requested something in return: he asked to have his restraining bolt removed. Azule obliged, but had more dastardly goals. He reprogrammed Lumin—and by extension, his droid army—to serve them when the time came.

Finally, in the data-logs left by Doctor Piruhlga, they discovered that he had left for Kashyyyk some months ago. They set out back to the ship—a new battle droid in tow—with the intention of resting for the night. But, things are never so easy for our humble crew…

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Chir-Pi's Log, Session 3

Much has occurred since I last wrote. We met an unassuming solitary Mirialin on Christophsis; searched the planet only to find a murderous assassin droid; came back after tampering with it only for Bhentar and Eevenak to abandon us; Found the Mirialin burned alive by a Selonian healer and a [Insert Jordan’s character bio here]; Murdered an Imperial Loyalist squad in addition to the assassin droid we found earlier; Took the Selonian and [temp] aboard; and set off for Kashyyk.

Truly my Jedi training couldn’t prepare me for this. Bhentar always talked about our life as Jedi. His dreams didn’t account for the murderous traitors dismantling said dream of course, but to have him suddenly abandon our journey so abruptly troubles me greatly. I will miss him.

Azule continues to try my patience. I have no choice but to turn a blind eye to much of his cruelty. Our journey is critical, and I know that I can’t accomplish it alone. Though he has a good spirit to take up this mission, his means of accomplishing it leave me wondering if the dark side will eventually take me. I meditate more frequently than ever, but darkness seems to perpetuate every task we complete.

Farrier informed me he also was a prospective Jedi present at the massacre. We haven’t had much chance to speak of this, but I know he’ll make a worthy addition to the crew.

[Jordan] is a complete mystery to me. Perhaps I will arrange a formal meeting with our two new crew members.

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