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AK151 Dec 21 2014, 12:22pm says:

Part 2

Fifty feet below her, the Avalon's magnetic landing gear are attached to the side of the platform, the ship vertical and its loading ramp open. Serena uses the last of her energy to slow her fall, landing safely in the ship, even despite the fact that it's still cloaked; AP used her coordinates to specifically move the Avalon into position to catch her.

The ship disembarks as soon as Serena lands, the loading ramp closing. It flies low instead of rising, rushing through the traffic to put some distance between it and the two assassins. It then rises, still cloaked, and flies through the atmosphere; once clear, it makes a jump to hyperspace.

Serena is lying on the floor in the cargo hold, breathing heavily and having trouble keeping her eyes open. "We are away, mistress," AP notifies her, and Serena breathes a long sigh, now in relief. She's almost completely and utterly spent after that last shockwave; she could have done it without exhausting herself, but that would require charging it up. That instantaneous attack took everything she had, but it was worth it. She was still alive.

"Give me some time, Ap," she says, still panting. "Just lay low for a bit. I leave coordinates to your discretion."

"Understood, mistress," AP responds. Serena closes her eyes and rests in the cargo hold, exhausted and almost completely drained, but alive.

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AK151 Dec 21 2014, 12:21pm says:

Part 1

Serena's got one more trick up her sleeve. The assassins are still fairly close; one is retreating to the rooftops, though, but she can make it work nonetheless. She has everything she needs, and she's exactly where she needs to be. All she has to do now is fall.

The two assassins see her extend both of her arms, and they both feel a rush of immense power. A massive fiery shockwave extends out, burning and leveling anything in its wake. It encompasses the entire battlefield, stopping a bit past the buildings and causing the first row to collapse; this includes the building the assassin is using as a vantage point.

Serena specifically directs the wave in a half-circle, not hitting the area behind her, in order to conserve a bit of energy. It's over. She's barely got anything left. So she steps to the edge of the cliff, and just falls back...

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AK151 Dec 20 2014, 11:47am says:

The shield is designed to absorb and distribute energy. However, such a fast and violent transfer doesn't allow it to do much; its base material, phrik, allows it to survive, but the assassin is able to knock it well aside; Serena suspects she'll have to make repairs to give it back its energy-absorbing properties. She doesn't bother recalling it, as her hands are full enough as it is dealing with everything else going on.

"I am here, mistress," AP buzzes in her ear, silent to everything else. "Escape plan Omega-30 is viable."

Serena doesn't respond, but acknowledges in her head. She notes one assassin disappearing, and the other drawing his bow again. It's time to end this game.

She launches two concentrated Force waves towards both assassins, even the cloaked one, who is still trying to disappear completely, to occupy them for a split second; her adrenaline will keep her going long enough to finish this. She locates her damaged shield and recalls it, and the two assassins, after dealing with the Force wave, locate her near the end of the line.

OOC: With regards to the shield, it's phrik (what a magical substance) so it's nearly indestructible, but I'll probably have the next mission or so having her getting money to make repairs on it so it can absorb energy and become super-heated again. You destroyed that aspect of the shield, but not the shield itself.

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AK151 Dec 19 2014, 11:18am says:

Unbalanced without one of its legs, the droid topples to the ground as it reaches for its blaster pistol.

As the shield is flying in an arc above the assassin, he is unable to strike it with enough strength to overcome Serena's grip, despite knocking it off course. Serena uses the extra force to her advantage, whipping the shield around like a centrifuge and sending it at an incredible speed, even to the assassins with their augmented abilities, towards the advancing enemy with the arrows. She eases her grip on the shield, and then sends a Force wave towards the advancing assassin trying to crush her in an attempt to knock him off-balance. As soon as the wave is released, she exerts counter-pressure.

"Only a little longer, mistress," AP buzzes in her ear. She needs to get into position soon.

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AK151 Dec 19 2014, 8:32am says:

Serena expects the assassin to try and knock the shield off-course, so she replies with some redirecting force of her own, and the shield ends up carving through the combat droid's rifle, leaving the rest of its body intact. The shield then passes by harmlessly.

The assassin with the droid fires a few bolts of lightning, but a violet blade ignites, absorbing the bolts. Still in midair, Serena grips her shield with the Force and yanks it back as it bounces off of a wall, applying enough force to ensure that even if the assassin tries to influence it, it will make little difference given the object's momentum; as it returns to her, it rips through one of the combat droid's legs, and then comes back to her arm as she lands, standing at an angle so as to defend not only against the assassin with the droid, but also against the advancing assassin with the arrows, who saw fit to watch while she tried to dismantle the other's combat droid.

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AK151 Dec 18 2014, 8:43am says:

Serena feels the assassin with the droid charging up his power, but that isn't what concerns her as the other assassin nears melee distance. Time to take the gloves off. Her previous moves had her trying to conserve energy. Her adrenaline is pumping now, so she'll be able to push herself further and still fight, at least until the Avalon arrived.

As the eager assassin charges, Serena touches the ground with her free right hand; both of the assassins feel a rush of power, and then a searing explosion of fire and molten rock blasts the close assassin back, slamming him into a wall. Another, weaker explosion staggers the other assassin, knocking him off-balance and disorienting him for a split-second.

Serena leaps in the air, corkscrewing as she replenishes her barriers slightly to absorb just a bit more blaster fire. Her whirling through the air gives her momentum, which she channels into her shield; augmented with that, the shield blasts forward at astounding speed, straight towards the combat droid. Serena only had to channel a bit of energy into the shield to get in the state she wanted it; the droid's blaster fire had done enough to superheat the object to the point where it's glowing red. It's able to cut through very nearly anything at this point. At the angle it's being thrown at, it will carve through the combat droid at a diagonal, cutting off its blaster-arm.

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AK151 Dec 17 2014, 3:23pm says:

Serena's barriers may be weak, but she can still mold them so they are effective. She senses the assassin with the bow speeding to her location, and whirls around in time to see him prepare to loose his arrows. She almost instantly reshapes her barriers into a cone directly in front of her. As the five arrows are loosed they strike various points on the cone and simply skirt to the side, damaging the area around Serena. If they have explosive tips, the last of her barriers' power is expended blocking said explosions.

She then notices the other assassin coming from a side street close to the one with the bow; behind him is a massive combat droid. Her shield, still cloaked goes to her left arm, and she steps to the side as she sees a bolt of lightning fly her way. The majority of the lightning passes by, striking the background, and her shield comes up to absorb any stray arcs. She then brings it to bear against the combat droid's rotary cannon, holding it in front of her and kneeling down to minimize the other areas she needs to protect. She keeps her senses trained on both assassins, however.

As the assassin with the droid tries to grip her, Serena instinctively exerts counter-pressure through the Force, cancelling out the crush. Her assassins may think the chase has exhausted her, but the truth is that her barriers consumed minimal energy as long as she didn't have to replace them, and she had enough endurance to sprint for a long, long time.

She may not be able to see her enemies behind her shield, but her keen senses are trained on both of them; if they make a move, she'll be able to react. And they don't know it, but that assassin's droid is only making things worse for them.

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AK151 Dec 17 2014, 8:30am says:

Serena easily notices her adversary using the rooftops to move, and uses this fact to her advantage, turning corners deliberately to throw Azrael off, especially as he starts to get ahead of her. Should he chance firing his arrows, they will only meet her angled barriers, which will alter their course slightly to avoid hitting her. Her barriers can also protect her from the explosion, but that will both cause her pause and majorly deplete said barriers.

She also notices the other assassin, and changes her route to throw him off and avoid him. She continues to wind through the streets in attempts to confuse her pursuers, taking routes that even she is slightly unfamiliar with. There is a price to pay for this; she comes across a long, open stretch, roofless, but it ends in an artificial cliff; some unfinished roadway or something along those lines. She turns around, knowing her pursuers are not far behind.

"Ap, get here now," she orders.

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AK151 Dec 16 2014, 4:19pm says:

Serena senses the approach of one of the assassins, and focuses on him. Suddenly, a civilian close to her drops dead, along with several others; she immediately accelerates, moving forward quickly. She notices people succumbing to the poison of the arrows and realizes the presence of the toxins in the air; she guards herself against poison, hoping she didn't inhale any of it. She feels the assassin in close pursuit, and strengthens the angled barriers behind her to keep from getting shot in the back.

She feels a dull pain, a small bit of the toxin that she somehow breathed in. Her system quickly works to nullify the poison, but she loses track of the other assassin; she still feels the one behind her, though, and tries to outrun him, using the force to quicken her movements.

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AK151 Dec 14 2014, 1:59pm says:

Serena doesn't bother fully masking her presence in the force. If they want her, they can come and get her. Both Azrael and Lok can sense her presence from where they are. She makes it seem as if she isn't masking her power at all, so as to give them a false impression of her abilities.

At the same time, she extends her own perceptions. Her senses can latch on to the most minute of details; she needed such precision during her own days as an assassin. "Let's see how the assassins have grown without me," she mutters.

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AK151 Dec 14 2014, 12:35pm says:

Part 2

"That's all I need to know," Serena replies. She turns around to walk away, but he calls to her, making her pause.

"There's one more thing," he says. "Something you need to know."

Serena turns around and walks towards him "What are you talking about?" She paid him to find information about her target, and he provided that. What is he doing now?

"Look, you've always paid me and treated me decently," the man starts. "And because of that, I feel I need to warn you."

Serena raises her eyebrow. "Warn me of what?"

"They're coming," the man replies; Serena's breath catches for a second. "I don't know how they're going to show up, and I don't know who's going to show up, but they know you're here."

Serena whirls around and walks off briskly, hurrying to the rendezvous with the Avalon. The Sith wouldn't be able to detect the interceptor, but if they've sent assassins after her, she couldn't hide from them. Well, she could, but if they had experience, if would be extremely difficult. And if they knew she was going to be here...

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AK151 Dec 14 2014, 12:34pm says:

Part 1

Serena locates her contact and moves through the crowd with ease, walking up behind him. "You told me you-"

The man turns around quickly, a startled look on his face; his hand is reaching for a blaster, but he stops his reflex when he sees the woman in front of him. "Holy hell, don't startle me like that."

Serena rolls her eyes. "You told me you had information." She didn't like dealing with other people in general.

The man nods. "Yeah, if you've got money."

Serena reaches into her pocket and pulls out a lightsaber crystal. "This isn't a fake. I don't need it, so it's useless to me. I'm sure someone like you can find a buyer for it." Despite her reluctance to deal with such people, she isn't lying; the crystal is real. She just doesn't have any use for it.

"Alright," the man says, taking the beautiful gem and pocketing it. "Much obliged."

Serena furrows her brow into a scowl. "Now, I just want a yes or no answer. Is he alive?"

The man nods. "He's alive."

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AK151 Dec 13 2014, 12:40am says:

Serena quickly finds the meeting point; not a rowdy bar, as she expected, but a crowded bazaar teeming with civilians browsing various kiosks stocked with generally low-quality knock-offs of weapons or artifacts. Serena brushes past the masses, looking for her contact. At the same time, she scans and notes any potential threats, looking for anything that could set off alarms, including suspicious clothing, notable weaponry, the bearings of a warrior, or stirs in the crowd that could hint at the approach of danger.

"Ap, shut down all communications hardlines save the one we've got," she orders to the droid through her comm-link; she made sure many times that that communication line was secure and inaccessible to outside forces, but she wasn't about to risk another assassin trying to shut down her ship by bombarding the Avalon's systems with electronic attacks through less secure communication hardlines and other points of access.

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AK151 Dec 10 2014, 8:52am replied:

OOC: Moddb.com

Character I'll be fleshing out a bit later on.

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AK151 Dec 9 2014, 11:45am says:

OOC: Oh. That makes sense. The only known Force user on Nym's team is Shiva. Not to say Serena's not a character I'm going to bring back...

IC: Nym is slightly startled when Rogue reappears next to him. "That was fun," she says, tossing the data drive to Nym as they board the shuttle back to the Sleight.

"No trouble?" Nym asks.

"I'm fairly sure," Rogue replies. "Should we tell the Syndicate we got the data?"

"We'll contact them from the Sleight," Nym replies, relaxing and glancing at the drive. "If Blacklight's right, this data could lead us to something big."

The shuttle leaves the Chasing system and jumps to hyperspace, leaving the planet behind.

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AK151 Dec 8 2014, 6:19pm replied:

OOC: Just a quick comment: Rogue's not Force sensitive. Unless both Lok and Korinth have extremely acute sense that extends several miles, they wouldn't be able to detect her presence, considering she's just about as mundane as everyone else on the planet.

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AK151 Dec 5 2014, 6:26pm says:

Rogue risks suspicion from the guards, exiting through the vent when her motion tracker hints that their attention is diverted elsewhere. She doesn't wait for them to react, scaling the building quickly the same way she came down; any suspicion aroused would lead to the building being locked down, but with no evidence of tampering from the device, there's no reason to put the planet into lockdown. Even if that does happen, Rogue and Nym are fully capable of disappearing.

Keeping an eye on her motion tracker for possible pursuit, she puts distance between her and the research facility, moving quickly to the hangar where Nym and possibly the Syndicate operatives are waiting.

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AK151 Dec 2 2014, 7:52pm says:

The download completes before the worker reaches the terminal; Rogue rushes ahead and snatches it from the receptacle, not causing any disturbances aside from the difficult to detect (considering the commotion) removal of the device. Rogue safely stows it and gets moving. She keeps time in her head, imagining the Sith leaving his shuttle and entering the building; she uses the route she previously used to enter the building, timing her entrance to avoid the scan sweep. She then retraces her steps to the vent entrance.

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AK151 Dec 1 2014, 12:46am says:

Rogue continues maneuvering, hoping no one notices the device in the terminal; it is discreetly placed, and it doesn't interfere at all with the operation of the terminal, and should leave no alerts aside from the stifled alarms from the firewall breach. She keeps a lookout, prepared to create a diversion if necessary. A bar on her HUD keeps track of the nearly completed data download; once the program is finished copying the data, it will withdraw from the system while completely disabling all alarms and alerts in the facility. She hopes the Sith's location doesn't block her exit route.

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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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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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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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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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AK151 Nov 13 2014, 7:23pm says:

The question that must never be answered...

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AK151 Nov 13 2014, 7:16pm says:

Fake. Germany would just anschluss to get more monies.

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AK151 Nov 13 2014, 7:11pm replied:

You dare question the might of the creators?


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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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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.


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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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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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AK151 Sep 20 2014, 9:47pm replied:

I'm not sure if the comment was actually deleted. But Wout's response carries its message, where it will be engraved for all eternity.

Also, what in the name of holy f*ck is happening?

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AK151 Sep 12 2014, 11:01am says:

"Looks like they're in a hurry," Nym mutters. He looks up to the ceiling. "Vendetta, what've we got?"

"Preliminary reports on Red Shift presence were correct," a robotic voice, Blacklight's old prototype AI answers. The holographic projector comes to life, showing detailed schematics of the base. "Hostile presence is notable. Keep in mind the security here is no poorly equipped rabble. The Red Shift are well-equipped. It seems they are operating in a mercenary capacity."

"Sort of like those Artemis fellows, then," Nym mutters. "Freelance."

"Correct," Vendetta replies. Two areas of the base light up. "These are the primary objectives," he says. "Simultaneous deactivation is recommended, but if that is not possible, the shield generator will be the primary target."

"Alright," Nym nods. "What about the secondary objective?" He looks around. "Any ideas on how we're going to get civilians out so we can touch the place?"

"Take out the security. If the briefing is right, they'll be mostly slaves. They'll run if they have a chance. We just have to give them that chance."

"Right," Nym thinks for a second. "So... what? V, who should we go after?"

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AK151 May 31 2014, 5:29pm says:


The shield shimmers as the transmitter expends the last of its energy; in place of the opaque dome is a rapidly expanding cloud of poison gas. The Mandalorian rushes forward, scooping up the transmitter. His suit protects him from exposure to the gas, and he outruns the cloud to get back to the shuttle. The ship takes off, flying into the atmosphere, still cloaked.

The Mandalorian breathes a sigh of relief as a woman walks up to him. She looks at the pile of thugs on the floor of the shuttle. "That was stupid," she says, "a hundred things could've gone wrong."

"But they didn't," the Mandalorian replies. "How long 'till this thing can be used again?" he asks, turning to another man in the shuttle. "I used it all up keeping that bomb from going off.

"Give it a few hours," the engineer responds. "It isn't designed to be used over and over again without a break."

"Right," the Mandalorian says, pocketing the micro-shield generator. "Now for our next move. Ideas?"

The woman thinks for a second. "We could get information on Nunes' office from these louts."

The Mandalorian thinks for a second. "We could; that was the original plan, at least, but I think things have changed. Nunes mentioned a friend. I don't have a clue who he's talking about. Did you pick up any ships landing?"

"Not a one," the engineer replies. "Probably cloaked."

"If it's cloaked, and Nunes knows about it," the woman says, "then he's got a CGT."

"That," the Mandalorian counters, "or our 'friend' has already infiltrated our good assassin's office and set off a few sensors. And since we haven't been shot down, I'm more willing to believe the latter."

The woman glances again towards the thugs. "So we rescued these cretins for nothing?"

"No," the Mandalorian says. "We'll wait for one to wake up. Keep the others contained. Ask some questions, and go for the Demon. Besides, these guys are six thousand creds a piece."

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AK151 May 30 2014, 6:13pm says:

In his mind, Mythus relaxes, glad to avoid the potential trouble a Mandalorian warrior could cause. "Ever heard of a man called Golrin Nunes?" Saying the name gives Hunt the urge to cringe. The politician was becoming a thorn in his side, ousting his agents and miring his operations on Iego by either stealing or killing off his men.

"He's a politician, soon to be the governor of Iego. However, he's more than that. My own contacts tell me that he was once a galactic-level assassin, something generally kept in the dark. Now, whether that has anything to do with his opponents disappearing or suffering fatal or crippling accidents is irrelevant. What is relevant is that he's becoming a liability. He's inconvenienced me numerous times, killed my men, made a mockery of my operations."

"Quite simply, I want his head. Bring me that, and you'll have your lead."

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AK151 May 16 2014, 8:14am says:

"I've got no clue why a defector would go to Eriadu, yet here we are," the Mandalorian answers. Behind his visor, his eyes are glancing around, taking in the crowded surroundings of the bar; the fight would be in close quarters, if it broke out here. "Look, Skirata, I know who you are. No point in playing games with each other."

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AK151 Apr 25 2014, 1:08am says:

I wonder how many hours I've logged on the collective Mass Effect games...

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AK151 Feb 15 2014, 6:13pm says:

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AK151 Oct 25 2013, 6:13pm says:

"You have me at a bit of a disadvantage, I'm afraid," Nym replies. "I assume you have some alias by which I should call you."

"But I suppose that's besides the point. What's the job?"

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AK151 Sep 2 2013, 12:26pm says:

"Forgive me for taking this man's attention from his work. I believe we are done. As for my name, you may ask it, but you won't get it. However, if you wish, you may call me Nym. Pleased to meet you."

Shiva notices Malan talking to Nym and takes a mental note, keeping an eye on them subtly while also observing Alena. Being a Miraluka, she is able to keep tabs on the both of them. "Be ready to dart at a sign of trouble," she whispers to Blacklight.

"You think I'm not already?" he replies.

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AK151 May 24 2013, 12:16am says:

OOC: Rogue has her own (albeit less advanced than Nym's) suit of armor that aids her stealth capabilities; I mentioned it in her bio, I believe. I'll change my "move" a bit to better reflect the situation.

IC: The shuttle is sucked out, as are the crew. Nym and Blacklight are fine, as is Shiva; as the hangar decompresses, she creates a bubble around herself, keeping the oxygen around her in. Some of the crew, being close to the shuttle, are able to direct themselves into it, but three men are lost to the vacuum of space.

The shuttle stabilizes and picks up Nym, Shiva, and Blacklight, along with Rogue, who drops her cloak. The shuttle's airlock pressurizes and Nym looks around, noting their losses.

"Damn," he mutters, feeling genuine regret for his dead crew. "Right," he mutters, trying to push them to the back of his mind. "Let's try that again."

The shuttle lands once more. This time, the unarmored crew members exit with magnetic boots and pressurized helmets, led again by Nym, who proceeds more cautiously into the ship.

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AK151 May 12 2013, 4:51pm replied:

Don't worry. This will be the last "easy operation", and is mainly just an intro.

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AK151 May 12 2013, 3:54pm replied:

That's true, but the problem with doing so is that companies and syndicates with dubious motives are often much tougher targets. Best to start out small and get a good base.

+1 vote   media: Raid
AK151 May 6 2013, 7:41pm replied:

Waiting for Headhunter's go, as he's the only one needing to do anything. That, and Excision needs to submit his character info.

+1 vote   media: New Beginnings
AK151 Apr 25 2013, 6:48pm replied:

I've only ever had one CGT, as that's usually more than enough. There should be a limit to them, maybe have a single ship in the Navy, such as a flagship, equipped with one, and maybe have them on the important worlds? Would that be enough?

Stealth might also fall under the category of "expensive".

+2 votes   article: Proposal
AK151 Apr 25 2013, 6:42pm replied:

Vacations and long leaves shouldn't be an exception, as those are often planned in advance. The only reason for it to be an exception would be if it were short (one, maybe two days) or if you were forced to unexpectedly leave for one reason or another.

I'm going out of town tomorrow and won't be back until Sunday. That's honestly pushing the bounds of an exception, and I'm hoping it doesn't cause too much trouble in the Zonama Sekot event, as I REALLY want to get that wrapped up (in case you haven't guessed xD).

+1 vote   article: Proposal
AK151 Apr 25 2013, 6:31pm replied:

Yup, I know what that feels like...


I think we should more strictly enforce the 24 hour rule, and only stop doing so if an RPer specifically notifies us that he/she will not be present for a certain period of time, assuming that period of time is not so large (maybe a day, two is a stretch) that whatever event they are participating in stagnates.

+1 vote   article: Proposal
AK151 Apr 23 2013, 10:39pm says:

I don't really care. As long as you're impartial and fair I haven't got a problem. But if you screw up, I'll come down on you like the wrath of God.

I'm joking of course, good luck.


+1 vote   media: GameMaster Election-2013
AK151 Feb 18 2013, 3:02pm replied:

For a second I thought you were Namegen...


+3 votes   media: Removal Of Facilities
AK151 Jan 19 2013, 8:35pm says:

"It's simple," Aaron begins. "An obligation."

"I betrayed the Sith, indeed. And when I did so, I made several obligations to the Federation. In my eyes these were long ago null and void. Save one."

"I promised Fai that unto my dying breath I would bring justice to those who destroyed the Jedi order. And chief among them is you. Of all the Sith, they have either been pardoned, have already had justice brought upon them. All of them, save you."

"And I am here to complete my obligation."

Sion has yet to feel Aaron's power fluctuate in the slightest. Aaron reaches for his lightsaber, igniting it. "So," he mutters. "Shall we end this?"

+1 vote   media: Meeting on Firrerre
AK151 Jan 19 2013, 4:15pm replied:

Wout's right. Aaron simply went into exile after destroying the Valiance. And I AM using Aaron at the moment.


+1 vote   media: The Conquest of Fondor
AK151 Jan 19 2013, 1:22pm says:

"They're Mandalorians, Praxis," Aaron reminds his old apprentice.

+1 vote   media: Artificial Intelligence
AK151 Jan 5 2013, 2:46pm replied:

OOC: Clarification, just in case: Nym disarmed the clone, he did not shoot him.

+1 vote   media: Arya's Ravine
AK151 Jan 5 2013, 2:23pm says:

A shot resonates throughout the room, the trooper's blaster flying out of his hands. Nym's gauss pistol is smoking, the mercenary standing between the clones and the men he had taken down. His shields flared, power from the other systems in his armor transferring to them.

"Harm them and I harm you. You need not worry about leaving them, the problem will solve itself, now move. We have hostages to save."

+1 vote   media: Arya's Ravine
AK151 Oct 21 2012, 1:59pm replied:

Define the old Vernichtung...

The Vernichtung I'm using is nothing more than an upgraded Centurion controlled by a Force ghost, named so for nostalgia's sake...


+1 vote   media: Attack on Corsin
AK151 Oct 21 2012, 1:57pm replied:

Nowhere, I've got it stored away in PMs, GM approved, everything. However, there are several past battles with Sword fleet that you could use to gauge my forces.

+1 vote   media: Attack on Corsin
AK151 Oct 21 2012, 1:52pm says:

The corvettes holding back behind the heavy ships were easily able to survive the partial barrage.

Detecting the energy buildup and the target lock before the ships opened fire, the bigger ships opened up on the Imperious, the Ne'tra Gaan's main cannons nearly obliterating the Star Destroyer alone. The Vernichtung and the Imperious Star Destroyers of Sword fleet, along with the Centurions, let loose on the Pellaeons, almost instantly annihilating them.

+1 vote   media: Attack on Corsin
AK151 Sep 2 2012, 1:10pm says:

So... new event?

+1 vote   media: Bonadan Outcome
AK151 Aug 7 2012, 6:42pm replied:

Nope, just trying to escape.


+1 vote   media: Bespin
AK151 Aug 7 2012, 6:37pm says:


"Everyone down," Clysedale, the leader of Nova squad, orders. The remaining men in the command center drop to their knees. Clysedale presses a button on his wrist and a few explosions are heard, the bombs placed in areas thick with Imperial troops (not detonated from the ships this time) He nods to another member of Nova, Hotshot, the tech specialist, who hurries to a console. "How long until the defenses here come online?"

"The pulse was small enough to disable them for a small time, but they'll be back up in a minute or so."

"Good. Hurry up."

Hotshot nods, his fingers dancing on the holographic buttons on the terminal. "Done. I've uploaded a program that should cause the internal defenses to target any Imperial forces. Reprogramming outer defenses now." He presses a few more buttons. "I've also jammed outgoing transmissions. Bespin's in the dark."

"Good," Clysedale replies. Blaster shots, no doubt from the internal defenses, could be heard outside as they start to engage Imperial forces. Outside, turrets in Cloud City target Imperial ships, reprogrammed to target and destroy them and any hostile target.

"That should do it," the tech specialist says. He moves to another terminal. "Now for what we came for."

The battles rage outside for a minute before Hotshot alerts the rest of the squad. "Got it! Let's move!"

Clysedale signals for the squad to move. "Hotshot, stand by to open the doors on my mark." He looks to another squad member, this one with a heavy blaster rifle. "Fury, you're our heavy hitter. You see enemies, light 'em up." She nods as Clysedale addresses Hawkeye, their marksmen. "Cover her," he gestures to Fury, "and mark targets you can't take out." Hawkeye half-smiles. "The rest of you, our objective is the Vigilance. Get there ASAP. We are not here to kill everyone. You see civilians, you hold your fire, that understood?"

"Aye, sir!" the men answer.

"Hotshot?" The tech specialist nods and punches a few buttons, and the door opens.

+1 vote   media: Bespin
AK151 Aug 7 2012, 11:34am replied:



A bit of a problem there.

+1 vote   media: Battle For Bonadon
AK151 Aug 7 2012, 10:24am replied:

Wait, what kind of ship is the Atropalus?

+1 vote   media: Battle For Bonadon
AK151 Aug 6 2012, 11:58pm says:

The Nemesis, after completing a small series of jumps to ensure it wasn't being tracked, exits hyperspace amidst a small group of ships.

"Status?" Terak asks.

"The hyperdrive's shaken up, but it can be fixed. Everything else is in order."

Terak nods, grinning. he opens up a channel to the Quasar carrier a few thousand kilometers away.

"This is the Alliance. Mission successful."

OOC: Might change the name later, sorry, but we needed a flagship/heavy hitter. There's another parallel to the Fel Empire/Krayt Empire, Namegen.


+1 vote   media: Kuat
AK151 Jul 2 2012, 1:41pm replied:

School starts mid-August. I'm in High School, but I'm in IB/IH classes, so I probably won't have much time to do much else...

+3 votes   media: RP pause?
AK151 Jul 2 2012, 1:34pm says:

So how long will the RP be paused? Until Ori gets back?

+2 votes   media: RP pause?
AK151 Jun 15 2012, 6:27pm replied:

We all know, Jester.

And Headhunter sent droids, not troops, so there's not much of a threat, only to organics.


+1 vote   media: Sith Destroyer Dissapearace
AK151 May 24 2012, 2:16am says:





EDIT: Just now realized you're Excision now... oops.





+1 vote   media: Battle for Mon Cal
AK151 May 3 2012, 8:35am replied:

Who was it that said that the right decision is the one that makes people angry?


+1 vote   media: Prison Break/ Ship Break
AK151 Apr 17 2012, 7:44pm says:


+1 vote   media: Ban Cronus
AK151 Mar 27 2012, 6:57pm replied:

That depends on how he treats the others. Does he treat them the same as you? If that is the case, then that point is nullified as well.

+1 vote   media: Vote to Kick Adenn
AK151 Mar 27 2012, 6:52pm replied:

Look, it's the fact that no one here is going to play nice (except maybe Headhunter and Sab3r) and will jump at the chance to screw SOMEONE over. And the fact that you've drawn so much attention to yourself makes you a target. Before you start announcing your intentions or claiming planets, make sure you've got the resources and the firepower to defend your claims. Something you very rarely, if ever, have.

+1 vote   media: Vote to Kick Adenn
AK151 Mar 27 2012, 6:47pm replied:

Someone's a bit dramatic...


+2 votes   media: Vote to Kick Adenn
AK151 Mar 17 2012, 8:10pm says:

Screw it, I'll just bring in a few Reapers. That ought to balance things out a bit, no?


+1 vote   media: AT-OP Banned (vote)
AK151 Feb 25 2012, 5:51pm replied:

This comment?



+1 vote   media: New Sith Order under attack!
AK151 Feb 17 2012, 3:58pm says:

*To myself as comms break off*

"As you wish."

I arm myself with my lightsaber and put on my armor. With me are two commandos, Drak Forn and Kira Fett (OOC: read my fanfic or browse through some of my images for more info). They cloak through technology for the former and through the Force for the latter, and I do the same. We drop from the Shadow Wing, completely undetected. We make sure to stay clear of Kairn's scouts, sacrificing proximity to the device for stealth.

And so the games begin.

+1 vote   media: Return of the Rataka (No Fleets - Test)
AK151 Oct 27 2011, 8:38am replied:

Tharnis has been banned as a dual account...

+3 votes   article: Jedi Temples
AK151 Oct 22 2011, 9:09pm replied:

Doctor Who. He'd screw everything with a screwdriver, bow-tie, and a fez/stetson. That is a proven fact.

+3 votes   media: Star Wars Versus Star Trek
AK151 Oct 3 2011, 11:21pm says:

What rank would I have?

+1 vote   group: The Galactic Federation of Free People
AK151 Sep 20 2011, 6:41pm replied:

It's quite common for random bastards to just come up and blow you out of the sky. At least for me...

+1 vote   group: SITH EMPIRE CLAN
AK151 Sep 19 2011, 9:16pm replied:

Well, since squadron numbers weren't exactly outlined in the Star Wars series...

+1 vote   article: AK151's Fleet
AK151 Aug 30 2011, 6:47pm says:

Ten, it's not really that hard. All you have to do is click a button. ;)

EDIT: You get torches, I get pitchforks.

+3 votes   media: "lady" gaga...??
AK151 Aug 21 2011, 10:15pm replied:

You can try to conquer the US. You will have to face ME! With my convincing innocence and my awesome ninja skills (no joke, I can kill you five different ways with my hands), I am almost UNSTOPPABLE!!! :P

+1 vote   member: AK151
AK151 Aug 15 2011, 4:40pm replied:

All I have to say is... *imaginary* (Yes I know you're French)

+1 vote   member: AK151
AK151 Aug 14 2011, 12:37am says:


+1 vote   member: AK151
AK151 Aug 5 2011, 11:49am replied:

U mad? :P

+1 vote   media: Fear the man!!!
AK151 Jul 27 2011, 10:25am replied:

You do not OWN the Unknown Regions, moron. They are UNKNOWN! This is the definition of unknown:

un·known   [uhn-nohn]
1. not known; not within the range of one's knowledge, experience, or understanding; strange; unfamiliar.
2. not discovered, explored, identified, or ascertained: the unknown parts of Antarctica.
3. not widely known; not famous; obscure: an unknown writer.

You can't OWN the unknown regions. Besides, say you did, you just said where your location is, as the "heart" of the unknown regions. I have a base in the outskirts of the unknown regions, but I do not have any influence there. Saying that you control all of it is complete bull, with all due respect, Sith DUMB*** (*** is three letters, not four, you put four stars to censor it and it drives me insane :p).

+1 vote   media: Imperium Class Ultra Super Star Destroyer
AK151 Jul 14 2011, 12:25pm replied:


+1 vote   group: Dark Jedi
AK151 Jul 14 2011, 12:15am replied:

Except for that one little conversation about attacking the Jedi, right?

+1 vote   group: Dark Jedi
AK151 Jul 9 2011, 11:55am replied:

The one I've come up with does have drawbacks, for example, the weapons are so large that there is no possible way for a pinpoint strike, making an attack on anything not the size of a planetary body nearly impossible to hit.

+1 vote   article: The Battles of the Empire of the Hand.(and Allies)
AK151 Jul 8 2011, 8:00pm says:

I can think of a better superweapon that would actually not decrease ship efficiency that much. And it would do a lot more damage to a planet.

+1 vote   article: The Battles of the Empire of the Hand.(and Allies)
AK151 Jan 11 2011, 12:43am says:

How about a simple board where we can explain all of the reasons we hate TCW, as there are probably more reasons than canon. I have more than one reason.

+1 vote   article: "this is where the fun begins"
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