Star Wars: Fringers

Moving on/running away

Strange that the Imperials would release holovid coverage that suggested the destruction caused during assassination of the Imperial Sector Governor Moff Ominar wasn’t as part of an assassination at all, but as a diversion to allow the escape of Griffin Tarples and his trandoshan associate Bossk.

However, it appears that in some circles the true course of events are known. Venlana, a lieutenant in the Zann Consortium, made contact on a secure channel – appreciating your work and wanting to offer you a very lucrative bounty opportunity. The details of which she’d only discuss with you once you’d travelled to Saleucami. But the party needs to get there fast as there has already been another group that has been offered the bounty opportunity.

The fastest route to Saleucami from Nar Shaddaa is straight along the Pabol Hutta trade route. However, this goes straight through the restricted Bootana Hutta where outsiders are not permitted.

Remembering hearing of a “hotshot astrogator” touting his skills around the spaceport, Ryskyr and Luumaw track him down to a spacers bar. The Twi’lek, called Slick Willy, convinced them of his skills and he soon joined the crew and they took off for Saleucami.

Slick’s skills were not understated and he plotted a previously unheard of course to Saleucami in record time.

The meeting with Venlana proved fruitful, collecting their advance of 500cr each and learning the bounty, of 10,000cr each, is on the head of the leader of a pirate organisation called the “Veiled Sorority”. The leader, called the “Queen” needs to be brought back to Venlana, dead-or-alive, with proof that she is indeed the Queen and head of the organisation. The Sorority has targeted Zann Consortium consignments over the last month in a seemingly random pattern, but suggesting that they are specifically targeting their shipments.

Venlana provides you with three leads:
1) Graf Lind – an ex-sorority brigand who left them 6 years ago. He lives in a local slum.
2) Krezo Wasanti – a up-market fence who tried to sell goods pillaged from one of the recent raids.
3) A data node called “SororityNet”.


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