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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 1 2014, 11:14am says:

Nym's senior crew are gathered in his meeting room. "This might be what you've been waiting for, Blacklight," he says, glancing at the tech.

"Either way, it could be a good job," Shiva says. "They're reliable in that regard, and they pay well."

"I'll get some stuff ready for you while you're at Chasin," Blacklight says. "In case they are giving us a good lead."

Nym nods, then glances at Rogue, who's leaning against a wall at the edge of the room. "We might need some stealth for this. Up for it?"

"Sure," she replies, standing upright. "I'll be getting ready." She leaves the room to get her gear.

"Well, that's settled," Nym says. "Rogue and I will head to Chasin to see what they want. Then we'll figure something out. Dismissed."

Later, a shuttle jumps out of hyperspace in the Chasin system; after a bit of time spent dealing with planetary security, they secure a landing bay. Nym and Rogue exit, then look around, finding their way to Dock 29.

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Ρrʌжis Author
Ρrʌжis Nov 3 2014, 10:45am says:

While it takes a bit of time to make their way there, the dock is relatively easy to find. The dock was located on the other side of the spaceport, and it was much less busy in this area. The dock itself was pretty quiet and devoid of any bystanders, security or imperial patrols. Perfect for a clandestine meeting.

There was only one ship at the dock, with three people awaiting Nym and Rogue, two of them looked to be guards, the other one with his backed turned looking off into the distance, the dock had a nice view of the city.

The guards take notice of Nym and Rogue's presence and beckon them to approach.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 3 2014, 4:50pm says:

Nym and Rogue enter the hangar, cautious but not too worried about traps. Nym walks up to the guards. "We got your message. What've you got?"

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Ρrʌжis Author
Ρrʌжis Nov 7 2014, 10:29am says:

OOC: Praxis praises the internet gods for allowing him to use his computer once more, and then wonders why he is typing this in third person. After pondering for a moment he decides to continue with the event as though nothing happened.

"An imperial research facility. Not far from here." The man looking off in the distance points to what seemed to be an ordinary office building.

"It is a secret research base the empire maintains here in to innovate current artificial intellegnece technolgy and cybernetics. We wish for you to break in and take whatever data you can find."

The man turns to face Nym and Rogue. He was hooded, and they couldn't quite see his face.

"There is one catch, you must get out entirely undetected. If the Imps receive word that thier facility has been broken into they'll have the planet on lock down in minutes."

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 7 2014, 10:37am says:

Nym glances towards Rogue. "You're better than I am with stealth. Think you can pull it off?"

Rogue thinks for a moment. "Done," she replies. "I could use layouts, security grid information, guard patrols. Anything you've got. If you don't have anything, that's fine. But it would help."

Nym nods. "Here," he hands her a small device, a data disk. "Blacklight gave that to me on the off-chance we would need it. It can download data lightning-fast. He said if we wait about thirty seconds, it can copy over a whole database-worth of information."

Rogue pockets the device. "Thanks."

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Ρrʌжis Author
Ρrʌжis Nov 7 2014, 10:48am says:

"Excellent." He tosses them a data disk. "This is what we got on the facility. It functions as an ordinary office complex for a small imperialized corporation. You should be able to get in fairly easily, its getting into the labs where all the data you need to steal that's the issue. Security is air tight in those areas, getting in and ex-filtrating afterword will be risky at best."

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 7 2014, 3:00pm says:

given the importance of the research in progress at the labs security was indeed tight as the man said.

the most obvious thing was the fact that it was made to look like an ordinary office building, and there was even a mock reception on the ground floor, where the secretary could push a silent alarm at the first sign of danger, or anything out of the ordinary, which would alert the imperials in the lab. while it wont make the building go on lockdown, it would certainly raise the alert level. if the imperials inside felt there was any real danger, the closest command center could be alerted at the press of a button, and the entire planet would indeed go on lockdown. clone troopers, equipped with the best gear, made regular patrols throughout the building, and cameras were placed strategically so as to reduce any and all blind spots, they were equipped with thermal imaging and blaster turrets. also of note was the fact that the windows could easily withstand small arms fire. the weakest entry point seemed to be the roof, as patrols only rarely made rounds there, though air patrols are also frequent in the area.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 7 2014, 7:41pm says:

Rogue uploads the schematics of the area to her HUD and makes observations. She notes all of the security, patrols, and other defense systems in the base. Additionally, she finds her target areas and starts coming up with routes to those areas. "Thermal sensors?" she chuckles. "What is this, amateur hour?"

"Any of that gonna be a problem?" Nym asks.

"Please," Rogue scoffs. "Remember who you're talking to." Her stealth suite could get her through almost any form of security imaginable. Even an oaf like Nym could sneak around effectively using it. And Rogue is no oaf. "Have Zephyr ready for pick-up, just in case," she says.

Nym nods. "Good luck," he mutters as she leaves.

Rogue chuckles. "Thanks. But I've never needed it." Then she disappears. Nym sighs and hopes she doesn't get caught. Because if she does, things will get very, very messy.

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Ρrʌжis Author
Ρrʌжis Nov 8 2014, 7:37pm says:

"We'll keep in touch. Just note that if you raise an alarm, we're pulling out, you'll have a limited window to get out of there should something go wrong, we added some escape routes into that data disk you got. If you aren't at one of the marked rendevous points within a few minutes, it'll be all up to you to figure out how to get off world."

They man and the two guards begin boarding the ship.

"No pressure." He shrugs.

"Good luck to you." He adds as the doors close and they take off.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 9 2014, 2:51pm says:

Rogue approaches the Imperial research lab, scanning for entry points. Her cloak is still up, preventing detection. She considers the front door, but figures that the roof will provide a less attention-drawing entry point. She notes all of the aerial patrols in the area and quickly moves closer to the building, scaling it under cloak to an entry point. She keeps an eye out for any aerial patrols before using the roof entry point, slipping into the building, hopefully undetected.

OOC: I'm not sure exactly what the schematics of the place are. Is the roof entry point a vent or window or some other type of entrance? Sorry for the vagueness.

xD

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 9 2014, 6:57pm replied:

OOC: there is a securely locked door on the roof as well as a vent, which is the least secure point. also i'd like to add that the droids in the lab can raise an alarm inside the lab if they feel the need to do so. they also have weak methods of self defense (think the astromech shock arm thing)

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 11 2014, 9:33am says:

Rogue takes the classic vent route, crawling through silently and looking for good exit points. The information from the schematics warns her of any security systems she may have to bypass; from the looks of things, once she's in the facility, as long as one of the droids or personnel doesn't trigger the alarm, she's home-free.

She draws one of her knives in her left hand, and pulls out an auto-pistol, derived from the same tech as her submachine guns, just with less accuracy and a bit less stopping and penetrating power, and searches for an exit point from the vents.

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Ρrʌжis Author
Ρrʌжis Nov 13 2014, 2:46pm says:

*cough* Pain! *cough* ahem.

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 15 2014, 8:22pm says:

OOC: ugh, sorry. a lot of rl stuff meant i forgot about this. Oh, and here praxis, have these lozenges, they ought to help :p

IC: Rogue will have to move quickly, as the schematics warn that the vents have a routine purge to clean the air. while this particular purge is not harmful to anyone, it can detect any strange anomalies in the vent. the best exit point is a vent cover that leads into a maintenance room. conveniently placed in a blind spot so that she can exit it without suspicion. currently the room would only be inhabited by droids and they'd likely be too busy to notice as long as rogue didn't make too much noise. she'd have to exit into the main hallway from there in order to reach the main research lab containing the terminal with the data she needed. the schematics also warned of a unique security system in which the floors could actually detect a change in mass. if someone stood in one place for too long the cameras would automatically focus on their position. if no-one was seen an alarm would be raised. this means she would have to move quickly. otherwise her cloaking device should keep her undetected.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 16 2014, 11:00am replied:

OOC: This weight-detection system is in all of the floors of all of the rooms?

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 16 2014, 2:19pm replied:

OOC: yup

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 19 2014, 1:02am says:

OOC: Sorry for the late response. Can't promise my usual punctuality, but I'll do my best.

IC: Rogue times her entrance so that she slips into the vent at the conclusion of the routine purge. She quickly makes her way to her exit point, leaving the vents and landing on the floor silently, not attracting the attention of the droids. Aware of the facility's unique security systems, she moves quickly, making her way to the data terminal. Her motion tracker keeps her aware of her surroundings and any potential facility scientists that she could run into. Sheathing her left knife, she pulls out Blacklight's hacking device, ready to plug it into the terminal as soon as she reaches the facility.

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 23 2014, 5:38pm says:

OOC: no need to apologize, it's not like im the most punctual guy either :p

IC: rogue would have to move throughout the main hallway. clone troopers patrolled regularly, but thanks to her cloaking device her biggest concern was making sure she didn't bump into anyone. unfortunately for her the main research lab was a very heavily populated area as most of the scientist were working there as well as numerous droids. she would have to be extremely careful in that room particularly.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 24 2014, 1:50am says:

Rogue enters the main research lab by following another scientist through the door as it opens, in order to not arouse suspicion from a mysterious opening door. From there, she deftly navigates through the crowds of workers and droids, making her way to the main terminal; she keeps moving in order to not trigger the pressure sensors, and pulls out Blacklight's hacking utility.

She would have gladly committed particularly brutal murder for something like the device in her hand during her days as an assassin; plugging it into a console initiates a program that first silently breaches very nearly any form of security, including nearly every single type of advanced Imperial firewall, no doubt attributed to Blacklight having a hand in designing many of them, then goes about accessing alert systems, doors, cameras, anything that could prove useful; it does nothing with these systems, but gives the specified user complete control. In addition to this, the device will access and copy all information stored in a database.

The downside is the fact that the device can only access two systems at a time; it can, for example, download data and access alarm systems, but it could do nothing else. The other disadvantage is the necessity for the device to stay plugged in; if it loses a physical connection, it becomes useless; this means using it to escape means leaving it behind. It's exactly for this reason that Blacklight built a destruct program that could complete wipe the device of anything and everything, including any downloaded data, turning it into a useless piece of scrap.

She waits for an opening in which she can plug the device into the system; she can remotely control what it accesses, she just needs to slip it in.

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lord_of_pain Creator
lord_of_pain Nov 26 2014, 4:51pm says:

the room is populated by researchers, and a few guards. the terminal is in sight, however there are currently researchers on the terminal. if rogue attempted to attach the device she would surely be noticed.

suddenly an announcement rung out around the facility.

"attention all personnel, Darth Korinth of the sith order in en route for an inspection. he will arrive within fifteen minutes, you are required to prepare the laboratory and your research for a full inspection."

Instantly the researchers started moving around in a rather hurried manner, including the researchers on the terminal, giving rogue her opening. she'd need to navigate around the researchers to reach it though. however, in such a large crowd some physical contact would not seem so out of place.

Rogue would have to hurry though, as Korinth would certainly be able to sense her presence unless she was able to mask herself well.

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AK151 Creator
AK151 Nov 26 2014, 5:04pm says:

Rogue maneuvers through the crowd with ease; in her mind, this is more a game than anything else. She brushes past the researchers that she cannot maneuver around, arousing little suspicion. She waits for an opening, then slips the device into the terminal receptacle. Being pre-programmed, it immediately gets to work, breaching the firewall while halting any alerts that may arise from such an intrusion. It then begins to copy data at an incredible rate; Rogue estimates it will take no more than a minute. Then she can make her escape before the Sith arrives; he'd have to be in the same room to sense her, and that's only if she's alone; in a crowd, with a bit of effort, she can blend in, even mentally.

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Nym recieves a an encrypted message from one of his sources form the Syndicate.

"We think we've found something you might be intersted in. Meet us at the Chasin City spaceport on Commenor, Dock 29, and we'll fill you in."

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