The Hutt Gambit

Under a Black Sun

No Easy Job


Characters Present
Bragen IG-4
Trandoshan Merc

The Story

“The city of Coruscant, once the glittering pearl of the Republic, now languishes under the shadow of the Galactic Empire. A bustling black market flourishes in the underworld, controlled by the notorious crime syndicate Black Sun. Now, hired to infiltrate a Black Sun outpost and retrieve vital data about a treacherous bounty hunter, a small group of enterprising individuals works rapidly to access the Black Sun network….”

The Bothan calmly slices through the consoles security but seems to be taking longer than expected, before the Trandoshan’s patience runs out she secures the data packet and some extras but not without tripping some alarms. The Trandoshan and Bragen IG-4 quickly exchange fire and grenades with the incoming patrol of Black Sun Guards as Abdou searches for an escape route. With the exchange of weapons fire and grenade explosions the outpost is now on full alert. Tulara then slices a droid controlled speeder to land towards the escape route found by Abdou. The Trandoshan has no patience with the droid and rips it out of the pilot seat, taking control of the piloting controls. A chase ensues and the crew effectively lose their pursuers.

They arrive to meet Chopper and turn in the encrypted data. After the data is decrypted the team now how the identity of their target, the green Nikto, Kaatos Leechos. Now they have to decide which lead to follow as Chopper presents them with information on 3 locations this Nikto has frequented. The team crashes a deal at a death stick den and find a dead end. They then proceed to a small Sabacc gambling bar and when IG-4’s gambling and conversation protocols fail to achieve their desired effect, all hell breaks loose as weapons are fired outside the casino and grenades are tossed into the building. Police and Black sun thugs try and stop the crew but they once again make an escape, and decide to regroup at Chopper’s.



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