Campaign of the Month: May 2012

Star Wars: Rogue Traders

Fool's Gambit

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Log Entry: 010816

I am growing increasingly concerned about the crew.

The mission to Socorro was a success, we made a tidy sum of creds and no one died. Everything went well mission-wise, it’s just the little things that are starting to concern me.

Manco seemed to form some sort of bond with the overgrown ape we were selling to Bard. He couldn’t even muster enough enthusiasm to increase the sale price. Next thing you know he’ll not be executing every unarmed Imperial he comes across.

Tyr seems more distant. He lurches from being a good captain and strategist; as shown on Socorro, to fumbling his way through other confrontations, namely with Ms Khorash (the owner of the Octagon) and the Banshee crew. He doesn’t seem to get on with Arena Tana or Talia either.

Maybe he just has a problem with powerful women?

He was still able to perform in the Krayt Dragon’s HQ though. He coolly waltzed in and made contact with Urgle’s brother Kyfer. Once he knew where to go of course.

Which just leaves Arri.

Don’t get me wrong, he’s great in a fight. But I just get the feeling he’s spending too much time smoking spice and drinking his ‘teas’. He’s starting to lose it. Sure, maybe we shouldn’t have sent a wookiee on a covert mission, but he almost go himself killed in there, which would have lost us the haul.

I don’t trust our client either.
Urgle is blinded by his emotions for a girl that probably forgets his name the moment he leaves the room. Not to mention that she’s now the main squeeze for the local chapter’s president and a Hutt at that! I also think his brother is happy where he is and doesn’t really want rescuing.

It’s all looking like a recipe for our usual meal of wamp rat stew.

Damn, this score better be worth it.
I don’t think getting a bounty on our heads with a inter system criminal organisation is going to be very good for business.

And everyone knows Hutts always hold a grudge…



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