Chronicles of the Desperate Measures
Mission Florn, Part 3
Blow some shit up does not mean blow up my own crew. More on that later.
Found an underdog Mando flaming blights (semi-intelligent plants). Named the Mando “Easy” because it was easy to convince him to come along.
Might be running out of bunks in the ship at the rate we’re picking up strangers/friends.
Found the place Jaris wanted to blow up.
Whole bunch of messed up HK’s guarding the place.
Candy (me) and Jess waited for the cantina yahoo’s (aka Vidar, Jaris, Easy, Hell and company) to come around to their suggested ambush tactic. Candy and Jess came up with the plan, which the general took credit for. Good thing the rest of ‘em aren’t glory hogs.
Our fearless leader couldn’t creep up on a deaf and blind cherfer but he saved the ambush plan with his torch-saber. The HK mutant he sundered in half had a comm and Hell Shepard told the rest of the suckers to, and I quote, "come and get us, bitches."
The boys wiped out HK’s experiments but at a cost. Thankfully, no one died. Tho they let Jess, aka Face Licker, get hurt pretty bad.
Boys are dumb and careless sometimes.
Jess has impressive legs and any pick of a boyfriend in the group—she has “killer” thighs (sorry, inside joke). Oh, and her bow is an energy slinger. It’s like a sophisticated slingshot that throws laser beams. Pretty cool weapon.
HK droids can’t seem to take a licking and get all pissy when an ace shooter gets a good shot off ‘em. All in all, Candy is proud the guys stepped up after the HK bucket of bolts threatened their pilot. A girl can’t help but feel loved.
Jaris seems to like looting droids. No idea. But hey, not judgy. Note to self… keep Jaris away from Snydely.
Vulturing HK's creations pissed him off because he disbanded the agreement with Jarvis. The bucket of bolts says we’re all gonna die.
Took an elevator ride up, configured the power tower to blow—then zipped out after breaking the lift. Again, blowing shit up doesn’t not mean blow up my crew.
Remaining facts: The general is tougher than he looks. Don’t piss off Jess. Jaris might actually have a shot with Face Licker—I’m rooting for ‘em. Not sure Hell Shepard can take another hit—losing one of his team seems to have the clones in nuke it first ask questions never type of mood.
Hope we make it off Florn without heavy losses as a battalion of HK’s hunt us down.
Finally, the full party was formed. Ben, who played Mandragore, had arrived! It was a very seemless transition. Our DM set him in the forest we had to cross so that we could get to the Sith temple. He was an extra lone rando mando that we took along because we had to fight intelligent plants and Hell Shepard lost one of his storm trooper NPC's.
Dan, who plays Hell Shepard, was very sad about his trooper named Dusty, or Ducky or something. I can't remember.
And yes, Vidar, played by Donald, totally stole our idea to ambush the HK's.
Our DM played Jess, the nightsister, thus giving him a player character to screw with us. It was awesome!
Jaris, played by Grey, became a mechanic that completely broke the game. I mean he gave us massive stats and advantages. Our DM ruled that he'd never allow a mechanic in that game ever again.
This session was a fight session where we defeated HK's, intelligent meat eating plants and getting into a Sith temple to get an artifact. We learned how to play together this round and this campaign lasted a little over a year.
Props to the DM!!
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