Star Wars: Bright Future

Chapter Two
ReSupply

The heroes needed another place to modify their freighter, so they met up with the wandering shadowport known as the Errant Venture. Met by the ship’s owner, Captain Horn, the heroes were able to re-supply and re-arm themselves.

The Knight-Apprentice, Soln Devist, was approached by a twi’lek trader who wanted to sell him an Imperial Knight’s light saber. Soln discovered that the saber was his mother’s, and after interrogation of the twi’lek it was discovered his mother may still live.

The group travelled to Courlag to a city where Devist’s mother was last seen. She was in a suburb, surrounded by imperial patrols looking for her at the command of another Sith Lord. The heroes ran the blockade, avoided patrols, and rescued Imperial Knight Hawkava-Devist. Having lost both hands to the Sith Lord she was assigned to monitor, she was weak and wounded from her ordeal. Fleeing Imperial patrols, the group decided to head for Geroon II; Ky’ree Vida’s homeworld.

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Chapter One
It has to start somewhere

The heroes were all refugees aboard the Astral Countess, trying to flee the Core Worlds. Their cruiser came under attack by pirates from the Black Dagger Clan. After repelling the pirates and assisting the other passengers, they met Ace Karrde. Escaping in the Pirate’s own attack freighter, the heroes fled before an Imperial patrol ship arrived to inspect and detain both crews.

The group travelled to Tattooine, so Ace could enlist the help of one of his allies to alter the ship’s transponder. His ally, one of the Darklighter family, was recently killed by a Tusken Raider attack. After speaking with a desert hermit named “Crow” and a local Swoop Gang, it was discovered that Darklighter was killed by his brother as part of some test.

In Mos Eisley, the heroes caught up with the murderous Darklighter and the mysterious Darth Pyre. They defeated them both, with Darth Pyre escaping off a balcony.

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