Star Wars: Flying Casual

StarForge Station

After their adventures in the Alderaan Graveyard, the crew of the Embar headed to a remote criminal outpost to rest and recuperate and to upgrade their gear — StarForge Station.

Deep in the heart of Ado Sector’s StarForge Nebula is StarForge Station, a thorn in the side of the Empire. StarForge Station was originally one of thousands of small planetoids tumbling through the ancient nebula, slowing orbiting a gravity point and destined to one day become a star. The fringes of the nebula have been used as a hiding zone by pirates and smugglers for years. Today, the station boasts facilities for medium freighters and small capital ships, dozens of warehouses, repair bays, cyberdocs, arms dealers, restaurants, a casino, permanent living quarters, and the pride of the station: StarForge Shipyard, run by the notorious Chidee Na Maak.

The Station is known by the Empire to exist, but remains for two reasons. The first reason is because most of the Imperial Moff’s assets are tied up in engaging Alliance forces in this sector. Secondly, the StarForge Nebula is a vast, sensor-muddling, comm-jamming cloud of seething matter; navigating it is difficult, and finding the Station even more so since it moves around.

Doctor Doyaahb explained that he has a gambling problem, so it would be best if he stayed on the ship. 4Q2, however, had no such qualms about exploring this hive of scum and villainy.

While the rest of the crew kicked back at a StarForge cantina named Galaxy Seven, they found a couple different jobs. One unscrupulous merchant offered to pay 10,000 credits for Captain Ryku to haul 50 tons of maranium ore to his contact on the Inner Rim planet Barlok. The second job was offered by a pair of Jawas who wished to book passage back to Tatooine in the Outer Rim; they were willing to pay 8,000 credits. The crew talked it over, arguing over which of the two jobs to accept.

Suddenly, a dying pilot burst into the cantina. He asked around desperately for anyone who knew the crew of the Embar. He claimed to be Willy Boom, an old friend of Tyron Corso and one of the few remaining Churhee’s Riflemen. When Tyron finally revealed himself, Willy, pushed a large gold coin into the mercenary’s hand and told him to "beware the droid." Neo attempted first aid on Willy but the pilot's wounds were too severe.

A gang of well-equipped pirates sauntered into the cantina, brandishing guns and demanding that Willy Boom turn himself in. Willy said that he’d hold them off while the crew escaped, but Tyron and the others refused to allow it. They shoved Willy under the table and tried to play it cool. Meanwhile, the pirates bullied and intimidated the cantina patrons. Captain Ryku addressed them defiantly, asking what they were after. The pirates admitted that they were only here to retrieve the coin. A firefight ensued.

Ryku, Tyron, Charl, Shakka'teksa, and Neo easily defeated the pirates. Only one pirate had actually been killed, however — the rest of them retreated outside. During the battle, Willy succumbed to his wounds and died.

Eager to sell off their loot from the Royal Palace, the crew headed over to an "art dealer" named Slai Fon, a Rodian merchant of ill repute. Through him, the crew learned that Tyron’s coin was actually an encoded holographic projector. He offered to activate it for a price, but Shakka did it herself. The coin showed a star map that showed the way to a vast wealth of treasure on Tantajoc V, an uninhabited jungle planet in the Mid Rim. Shakka noted that the coin could also be inserted into a ship’s navcomputer. Slai Fon offered to buy the coin from the crew for 50,000 credits but they refused.

Next the crew went shopping for better armor. The only place anyone pointed them to was an arms dealer named "Prince" Moosa Shamsher. Tyron heard about this guy. Shamsher’s business dealt in galactic weaponry, including landspeeders, walkers, and all manner of personal weapons and armor. Almost as renowned as Shamsher’s arms dealings was his love of excess: he was rumored to own a fleet of a hundred sail barges and skiffs that included Gefferon Pleasure Craft models and he wore Jorallan-opal-encrusted shoes valued at 2 million credits. Moosa’s establishment was well guarded. He certainly had the money to throw around, so he payed for only the best security. His stock included all common and uncommon personal equipment; additionally, he could special order anything more rare than that. After equipping themselves with better gear, the crew finally headed over to the Shipyard.

4Q2 wandered around StarForge Station drinking a bottle of Muon Gold like a tourist. He found a vending machine that sold cheap musical instruments. It was then the droid remembered his lifelong dream of being in a band. While using his computer skills to slice the machine, a pair of security thugs caught him. They chased him for a few blocks but eventually lost him in the crowd.

The Shipyard was recently established by a Duros named Chidee Na Maak, a starshipwright with years of experience constructing knockoff ships and translating client’s original "designs" into working starships. When the crew arrived, they noticed that Chidee's three spacedocks were constantly busy, and after talking with him they learned that there was an average three-month-wait-list. However, Chidee turned out to be one of Ryku's biggest fans. He heard about the former marshall's reputation on Gibad, and the scandalous rumors of the virus that wiped out a colony there. The Empire blamed Ryku for it, but Chidee said he didn't believe Imperial propaganda. Even though his waiting list was months long, Chidee offered to bump Ryku to the front of the line. The crew pooled their money together and purchased an Arakyd Morne-3 Concussion Missile Launcher and a couple dummy missiles.

Confident that they had everything they needed for now, the crew decided they would use Willy's coin to find the treasure on Tantajoc V.

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The Royal Palace

With the only exit they knew of blocked by a small army of stormtroopers, Captain Ryku and his crew entered the Royal Palace of Alderaan, searching for both the secret they came to uncover and another way out of here.

Passing through the huge palace doorway, the crew entered a vast hall displaying a number of statues, holo-art, sculptures, and other objects dedicated to the creative spirit of Alderaan. The next door they opened revealed a deadly Seugathi feasting upon the body of a dead miner. As everyone pulled out their weapons to fight the creature, Tyron slammed the door shut and Neo used his lightsaber as a welder to further secure the door.

Continuing their exploration of the palace, the crew discovered many ruined offices and even a library, but they didn't find much of value still intact here. Eventually they did find a secret room that contained a suit of Massassi Ceremonial Armor, which the captain claimed for himself. They found a droid bay, which Shakka'teksa thoroughly looted.

Once they reached the grand hall, with its double rows of giant columns and an archway spanning a deep chasm, the crew was surprised to meet somebody else here: the Inquisitor Lord Renn Saul.

Saul's lightsaber burned bright red as he taunted Neo, claiming that he was here to finish what Lord Vader should have finished years ago. He challenged Neo to a duel, but Neo refused.

Suddenly, blasterfire lit up the hall! As Ryku, Tyron, Charl, Shakka, and Neo dove for cover, another crew of spacers showed up. These guys had followed the Embar here and were determined to loot the palace themselves. Their captain, Belinda Vog, shouted for the competition to leave now. A deadly firefight ensued, during which Inquisitor Saul used his dark force powers to collapse various columns — one of which almost killed Ryku. Tyron hurled a demolition charge at the Inquisitor, but Saul stopped it in mid-air and it detonated, blowing up more of the room but not its intended target. After exchanging shots back and forth for a while, the other salvager crew pulled back and retreated.

Inquisitor Lord Saul turned away, disappointed, and slipped into the shadows across the bridge.

As silence filled the hall once more, Captain Ryku's crew helped him out from under the rubble of a column and tended to his injuries. Neo tried first aid on Tyron but messed up and caused more damage to the mercenary's wounds.

Further exploration of the palace led them to more offices, meeting chambers, storage rooms, a dining hall and a lounge, and eventually a huge amphitheater. Here, they met the hologram of an old man who explained that he was simply a member of the Council of Elders who was off-planet the day the Death Star appeared. He returned now — or, rather, his image returned — to do what Bail Organa was going to do when he sent his daughter after General Obi-Wan Kenobi. "I am going to give the Alliance Alderaan’s greatest gift," he said, "and its greatest shame." A secret door in the back of the room opened up.

Beyond, the Embar's crew found a chamber that looked like a room in a museum. In the center of the room stood a droid with human bones inside of it. The droid suddenly came to life, moving aggressively toward the crew! Seated in the center of the skeleton within the droid was a small crystal that glowed a faint bronze/red color: the Heart of the Guardian. After battling and disabling the droid, Neo yanked the crystal out and examined it. He remembered from his studies that the Heart was one of two legendary crystals that Revan obtained near the end of his quest to find and destroy the Star Forge. It was believed that the Heart was involved in the founding of the Jedi Order. According to prophecies of the Order, the Heart would appear at the time of greatest turmoil and help in bringing the galaxy into salvation. However, the Sith also believed it to be an object of their heritage, which in turn would bring about their domination of known space. Neo decided he would add the crystal to his lightsaber, which would amplify its damage output.

Also in the room was the Belt of Master Bodo Bas, a Force-infused item that adds to its wearer's strength.

Captain Ryku and Tyron found the tunnel that Belinda Vog's crew had fled through. The tunnel led to a small opening on the side of the asteroid, which was still thankfully enveloped in a bubble atmosphere. Charl called 4Q2 to bring the ship around and pick them up.

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The Secret of Alderaan

As the crew of the Embar navigated their way through the asteroid field on their way to the asteroid designated as 7785, another ship intercepted them. This other ship appeared to be a cross between a light freighter and a starfighter. In any case, the ship made straight for them! Captain Ryku ordered evasive maneuvers and full engine power, hoping to outrun them.

Suddenly, a pair of droid-piloted mining ships appeared and fired upon the Embar with militarized mining lasers! Charl managed to outmaneuver them while Tyron blasted away with the turret gun. Their ship took some light hull damage, but the real problem came when the sublight drives overheated from the stress of barreling through the asteroid field at high power. And then a solid hit by the mystery ship took out the Embar's shields. The captain ordered 4Q2 to go down and fix the shields. The droid protested, "Sure, send the robot! This is the worst kind of discrimination!" but after Ryku threatened him, the droid did as he was told. Neo went to check on the engine, which was steaming and sparking dangerously.

Two more mining ships showed up, all firing lasers at the Embar while the mystery ship fired its ion cannons. 4Q2 wasn't able to get the shields up, so Ryku had to go down there and do it himself. Neo replaced the heat sinks and got the engine working at full power again. Meanwhile, Charl weaved and dodged around asteroids, trying to evade their attackers and give Tyron clear shots with the turret.

The crew managed to destroy or disable all four of the droid mining ships, and Tyron's precise shots also took out the mystery ship's ion cannon. The ship veered away and disappeared from view. Charl ran the scanners twice but couldn't locate their foe.

Asteroid 7785 loomed ahead. After landing their ship inside a huge cave, Captain Ryku asked everyone except 4Q2 and Doctor Doyaahb to disembark and check it out. Atmosphere generators within the cave provided some safety from the vacuum of space. Tyron Corso led the way into the darkness. Ahead, he noticed a faint red glow.

After exploring the cavern complex a little bit, the crew discovered a damaged droid lying in the middle of a large open area. At the rear of the cave, partially hidden behind rubble, they found the entrance to the Royal Palace — a door made of finely-engraved metal.

Without warning, a dozen stormtroopers showed up, filing into the cave and aiming their blasters at the crew! A blonde woman wearing all black armor demanded that the crew lay down their weapons and surrender. Ryku tried negotiating with her, and in so doing learned that she was in fact an Imperial Intelligence Agent named Shira Elan Colla Brie.

Neo gasped when he recognized her, and she seemed to recognize him as well.

Charl drew his blaster pistol and shot the disabled droid, which caused it to explode, incinerating half the stormtroopers and knocking the rest of them away. The entire cave rumbled and shuddered. As the dust settled, blasterfire filled the cavern. Tyron chucked a demolition charge and caused more explosions. The stormtroopers retreated back into the previous cavern where the Embar was docked, and where the rest of the stormtroopers moved in to reinforce their comrades. Charl radioed for 4Q2 to take off so their ship wouldn't be compromised. Tyron set off another demolition charge that caved in the tunnel leading back there, thus separating the crew from the rest of the stormtrooper platoon.

As the cavern rumbled some more, and stalagtites and chunks of rock fell from the ceiling, the crew looked to the Royal Palace door as their only hope of escape.

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Walking in the Graveyard

After rescuing Zaz Kamiroz, the intrepid crew of the Embar took to hyperspace, heading for the Graveyard of Alderaan, a great asteroid field that was once the planet Alderaan. While they had originally been paid to deliver the miner to the retired general Locus Geen, the crew instead decided to investigate Kamiroz's claim that the miners of Alderaan had found the remains of the Royal Palace.

Along the way, Shakka'teksa made some repairs to the ship, Charlemagne tended to his garden, Neo meditated, Doctor Doyaahb told Tyron Corso all about his uncle Yarold Doy's acting career, and 4Q2 smoked a bunch of cigars in the bathroom.

Once the crew entered the Alderaan asteroid field, they began picking up signals from navigation beacons. 4Q2 discovered a bit too late that most of the beacons were either damaged or missing, so the signals were very unreliable. But thanks to Charlemagne's slick piloting skills, the Embar made it through the asteroid field to the Mining Outpost unscathed.

Captain Ryku instructed Charl to fly casual as he hailed the outpost over the comm. No response. He tried again, and this time a broken message came through: "Please help … droids … murdered everyone … Inquisitor …"

Tyron excitedly locked and loaded his rifle as Charl set down inside the outpost's hangar, which was littered with dead bodies and blasted starship parts. Zaz Kamiroz feared the worst. He suggested that maybe the Imperials came here looking for the Royal Palace, too.

Captain Ryku, Tyron, Shakka'teksa, Neo, and Charl disembarked the ship with Zaz, leaving the doctor and droid behind to salvage parts from the wreckage.

The crew found the outpost's command quarters with humble apartments within, and a storage room with mining equipment, including vibropicks, power shovels, and power hammers; they also found the life support system, as well as an asteroid tracking and mapping station. A security droid suddenly descended from a turbo-lift, but was quickly turned to slag by the crew's blasterfire. They decided to make haste in their search here for the Royal Palace's coordinates.

Upstairs they found another storage room, this one containing stocks of food, water, and other necessities. Poking his head out into the corridor, Neo spotted another security droid patrolling the area on high alert; he whispered for Tyron to come check it out. The security droid noticed them and scuttled over, its blaster turret swiveling toward the door. After exchanging a few shots back and forth, it was Shakka'teksa who blew the droid's data-brain out.

Once they found the mainframe computer room, the Twi'lek was able to access the mining log which contained the coordinates of the Royal Palace — Asteroid 7785!

Nextdoor was the outpost command center, but even though the lock had been damaged, the door was barricaded from the inside. Ryku knocked on the door. Somebody hiding on the other side moved the barricades aside and let them all in. It turned out to be the foreman of the mining outpost, Kathos Loof, who explained what had happened here. He said that he didn’t know what the Imperial survey team discovered out in the asteroid field, but he heard lots of rumors. After the survey team left, a platoon of stormtroopers showed up, led by an Inquisitor named Renn Saul and an Imperial Agent named Brie. All the workers here were slaughtered. The Inquisitor accessed the computers, apparently found what he needed, and then he and his retinue left. Kathos begged for the crew to get him out of here.

Shakka'teksa tried slicing the computers here and, with a little help from Tyron, Neo, and the captain, found the Inquisitor's long-range transmission sent to Darth Vader. Apparently the sith lord was on his way to this mining outpost even now!

Captain Ryku ordered everyone back to the ship. As the Embar pulled away from the hangar, Charl detected another ship entering the asteroid field…

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Squid's Place

After waiting on their ship in the hangar for the stormtroopers to all leave, the crew of the Embar finally headed out to the streets after nightfall. Captain Ryku and the ship's droid, 4Q2, stayed behind to finish up some last-minute calibrations on the ship.

While Charl was eager to check out the Malcraan Craft and Gift shop, the other crew members believed they'd find more information on the Alderaan miner at the local cantina. This led them to Squid's Place, one of the best cantinas on Molavar. Inside the cantina it was dark and smoky. Lights on the tables, booths, and the bar provided only scant illumination. Several patrons milled about, and a Sullustan bartender worked behind the bar, cleaning glasses with a dirty rag. The stage near the back of the bar was curtained off with a ragged cloth — apparently this cantina sometimes hosts a live band, but not today. Instead, tinny music was piped into the dive through ancient and raspy speakers set at intervals around the ceiling. A very well used jukebox sat in one corner, broken so that it only played the same song over and over. Tyron, Neo, and Shakka’teksa headed right to the bar.

Meanwhile, at the Malcraan Craft and Gift shop, Charl was greeted by the Ithorian proprietor, Jerru. The pilot introduced himself, causing Jerru to get very excited and curious, asking many questions about Charl's homeworld. The two greenthumbs conversed for a while about all things plant-related. Charl took a box of newly-traded seeds back to the ship, where he got the captain and they both went to the cantina to meet up with the others.

At Squid's Place, three waitresses (actually slaves, as evidenced by their collars) wandered among the tables serving traditional mixed drinks such as Double-Dip Outer Rim Rumdrop, Fizzbrew, Lum, and the gambler’s favorite, Retsa; they also served the illegal Nectarwine when asked. Both Tyron and Neo partook of the Lum and Fizzbrew.

The Sullustan bartender was very friendly and helpful. He shared a few rumors involving the possibility of a Jedi being in the city somewhere, some miners claiming to have found the Royal Palace, and word that a customs officer had been arrested for treason this morning.

Leaning against the bar at the very back of the cantina was a human woman with brown hair tied back into a long braid. She wore green Mandalorian armor and a heavy blaster pistol at her hip. She kept looking from her drink, back to the bar, then to the cantina entrance. Shakka’teksa attempted to hit on her, but was curtly turned down.

In one booth the crew spotted a Rodian sitting by himself, eyeing the young Twi'lek. Shakka’teksa talked with him, learning that he was in the market to buy sex slaves.

And lounging in a corner booth next to the bar was a tall, pale Twi’lek male; six human females wooed over him as they all drank and laughed together.

Two smugglers at the bar introduced themselves as Cassus and Ingo, offering to buy the crew drinks in exchange for company and stories. After asking about Zaz Kamiroz the Alderaan miner, the crew was directed to the owner of the cantina, a local crime lord. The tall, pale Twi’lek was known as Sridcovok “the Squid.” The crew noticed him again, in a booth by the bar surrounded by half a dozen female barflies.

Then a tall, human woman with blonde hair approached their table. She claimed to be Sridcovok's wife, and she offered to take the crew to the miner, who was being held in the basement below the bar. The crew happily obliged. Along the way, she explained that the miner, Kamiroz, has important information that he said he’d only share with the Princess, but Sridcovok’s interrogators beat the info out of him. When Sridcovok discovered that others were looking for the miner, including a number of salvagers and bounty hunters and even an Inquisitor Lord, he locked Kamiroz up for safekeeping. Sridcovok hopes to bargain with all the different interested parties so he can get the best deal for his hostage.

Unfortunately for him, Sridcovok’s wife led the crew of the Embar downstairs into the cantina’s basement, which featured a different sort of entertainment that catered more to visiting spacers than locals: gambling and spice. Dozens of customers lounged down there amid a heavy fog of spice. Beyond the spice den was another room wherein a pair of Gamorreans snorted and squealed at the banger race on the holovid. They both hauled themselves to their feet to challenge the newcomers. Shakka’teksa convinced them to let her have a peek into the next room, which indeed held the miner.

A brawl ensued. Tyron Corso gave one of the Gamorreans a one-two punch that left the porcine guard unconscious. The other Gamorrean took a beating from Neo and Shakka’teksa before Ingo just shot him. At the sound of gunfire, the denizens of the spice den panicked. Captain Ryku reassured them, but one guy foolishly shot his blaster, too. More panic followed.

Pretty soon, Sridcovok the Squid showed up with his goons. Ryku unleashed his sonic blaster that took most of them out right away. As the other goons filed into the room, Tyron and Neo shot them down. Shakka’teksa freed Kamiroz. Meanwhile Charl wrestled with a frenzied spicehead woman.

The crew managed to get Kamiroz upstairs to the street… where a bounty hunter in Mandalorian armor awaited them. She demanded they hand over the miner, threatening them with a stun grenade. Shakka’teksa catcalled at her, which infuriated her enough to draw her pistol and fire at the Twi'lek. Ryku closed the distance and shot at her. Tyron fired his rifle, too, but managed to only graze her armor. Neo's blaster shots knocked her down, stunning her.

A nearby squad of stormtroopers heard the commotion and rushed in to check it out. Ryku convinced them that his crew were but innocent bystanders who'd been attacked by the bounty hunter. As the stormtroopers moved to apprehend her, the bounty hunter used her jetpack to escape.

The crew, along with Cassus and Ingo, made their way back to the hangar. But then they fought over who's ship they would take Kamiroz on. Eventually Ryku and Cassus challenged each other to a good old fashioned duel. Ryku shot first, ruining his opponent's weapon with his blaster-buster gun. Cassus and his crew fled to their ship.

Charl had the Embar running and ready to go. Ryku, Tyron, Neo, Shakka’teksa, and Zaz Kamiroz boarded and blasted off.

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Arrival at Molavar

The crew of the Embar had been spending the last few days in the Ithorian herd ship, Bazaar, hiding out from some bounty hunters — who were seeking to “collect” on the overdue debt Captain Ryku Niros hadn’t paid off on his ship — and trying to find some work transporting (or smuggling) cargo.

Business started looking up earlier today, when the crew was contacted by an old man named Dorn who was willing to pay 5,000 credits to find a Rebel sympathizer named Zaz Kamiroz on the planet Molavar and deliver the man to his contact on Salliche — a retired general called Locus Geen.

Molavar is a backwater, desert world in the Outer Rim Territories, with a number of seedy spaceports and low-income moisture farms.

The crew's astrogator, Charl, knew the Abrion sector pretty well, and the routes to Salliche, so the job seemed like a cinch. Sure, the crew sort of suspected this guy was working for the Rebel Alliance, but as long as they got paid in the end, they didn’t mind working for the Rebels this one time. So they decided to take the job.

Emerging from hyperspace, the Embar descended upon Molavar, the desert world. Its endless sea of sand blindingly reflected the light of both suns through the ship’s forward viewport.

A quick scan of surrounding space revealed a few other ships in orbit around the planet, waiting for landing clearance. While many of the ships were armed, none appeared to be Imperial. Malcraan space traffic controllers asked the crew for their ship registration code, previous port, and purpose of visit before granting permission to land. Ryku's reasonable answer was accepted; Molavar isn’t choosy about its visitors. The PCs’ craft was directed toward Docking Bay 94.

After their ship landed, a customs officer approached. Ryku's show of respect was not lost on the customs officer, whom he invited inside for a sandwich. It cost 20 credits per day for a landing permit; the captain paid for one day. While the customs officer had never heard of Kamiroz, he did hear rumors about the two miners who recently arrived on Molavar claiming to have found the Royal Palace in the ruins of Alderaan.

The evening rush was underway as the crew exited the docking bay. Humans, numerous droid models, and aliens of every description moved through the crowded hangar. The pace was hurried for such a backwater world, and not even the blistering heat of the twin suns — just now lowering in the sky — could slow it down. Landspeeders roared by, uncomfortably close in these narrow walkways, and swarms of small, rancid smelling Jawas in hooded robes jostled past.

Meanwhile, Neo, who had been keeping his head low here on Molavar for quite some time, recently heard of a miner from the Alderaan asteroid field named Zaz Kamiroz who had information on the fate of the Royal Palace, and insisted on gaining an audience with the Princess. Rumors claimed that fabulous treasure, including Jedi artifacts, might be buried down there in the ruins of Alderaan. Neo suspected that Saul might also be interested in these artifacts, and there was a big chance he’d run into his old crush, Shira Elan Colla Brie, there as well.

Kamiroz was supposed to meet Neo in the spaceport hangar tonight, but the miner never showed up. While Neo waited, Ryku and his crew arrived on planet. Shakka’teksa recognized Neo right away and ran out to greet him. After they got reacquainted, he explained what he knew about this miner he was supposed to meet here tonight. Since the miner didn’t show, Neo worried that something bad happened — perhaps the Imperials got to him first.

Suddenly, a fire team of Imperial stormtroopers burst into the hangar. One of them pointed right at Neo and said, "There he is. You're under arrest!"

The crew managed to dispatch three of the four stormtroopers. One got away, and they knew it was only a matter of time before backup arrived. Ryku and Tyron rushed over to the customs officer and, through persuasion, bribery, and intimidation, convinced him to tell the incoming stormtroopers that there’s no Jedi here, that the original fire team attacked a random bunch of spacers who fought back and escaped. Then they laid low inside their ship until the stormtroopers all left again.

A close call, and their mission to find the Alderaan miner had only just begun…

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Introduction

Spacers call it the Graveyard. It is an
asteroid field, the shattered remains of the
once-great planet called Alderaan. It had been
a paradise, a planet where peace was the rule and
violence was unheard of. Then the EVIL GALACTIC
EMPIRE came, with its terrible Death Star
battlestation. Alderaan became an example for the rest
of the galaxy. It was obliterated as a warning to the
growing Rebellion and all who would support it.

But that was not the last the galaxy heard of Alderaan.
Rumors fill the idle gossip of spacers and free-traders in ports
and cantinas from the Outer Rim to the Core Worlds, tales of
strange happenings in the Graveyard.

The wildest tale yet has just surfaced, a story claiming that fabulous treasure, Jedi artifacts, or perhaps even  the Royal Palace itself has been found mostly intact among the shattered ruins of the planet. It is a story that has attracted much attention, including the Rebel Alliance, the Galactic Empire, and the galactic underworld. But the truth that haunts the Graveyard could turn the tide of battle in the Galactic Civil War…

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