Force and Destiny near the Still Waters

Deeds and Misdeeds
Hunters Beware

Lavidean Dane, Titus Octavius, Tyrobet Baratheon, and Quin Graff took a job that carried them to an undisclosed planet. Z-Rov and his servant P5NO were gracious hosts in Z-Rov’s giant manor. The guys were treated to booze, and banquets. They gambled and had friendly companionship.

During their gambling, Gerus was able to insert two of his thugs into the game to attempt to take Boone out of the equation for good. They were handled and escorted out.

The guys were to hired to help a lonely ewok, that had stumbled upon Z-Rov’s property, find his home. Z-Rov said he was worried that the ewok’s village might think Z-Rov had taken him and become violent.

The guys woke up the next morning, expecting to get ready to start their journey escorting the ewok to his home, to find that they had been abandoned and their gear was gone. They began their journey with Raanee, the ewok, as they began their attempt to find his home.

Upon the way they discovered three more displaced ewoks. They were attacked by beasts and two ewoks died. They were then attacked by two hunters.

Upon killing the second hunter (throwing him and his bucket of live grenades over a rail) they accidentally blew up an ambush of Hrosma Tigers. The guys survived the explosion and collected the pelts from the tigers.

They realized that there was no ewok village and the ewoks were nothing more than a distraction planned by Z-Rov to have some “big-game” targets to hunt for his clients.

They doubled back to his home, killed one more hunter and stole his JumpMaster ship, escaping the planet.

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