Age of the Empire

Age of the Empire Act 1 Part 2
Moon Mining

Talking with Kordu in the gambling den took an interesting turn after she fell unconscious, luckily Rend and B8-M4X were able to take her safely to their hideout. Dekoa noticed a Bothan watching the group, after letting Yacen know they went with Daven and sat with him. His name was Tikro and he was a family friend of Seig Darksun, trying to look for the Daughter-Heir where Seig could not. He was invited back to the groups decrepit warehouse, where they proceeded to question Kordu as she woke up.

Tikro readily paid 1000 credits, and Yacen took on obligation to do her a favor at a later time for the information. The Princess was allegedly kidnapped by disgruntled miners, trying to open the mines fully again so they could get on working. She also let them borrow her Star-hopper to get them to the moon, and offered to pay good money for exclusive usage of information given to her.

On the moon, smoking craters and debris littered the landscape near the mining complex. A quick view of the surrounding area had Zarkor discovering a corpse near a small satellite array, tiptoeing around the body, he activated the array, which sent a ping into the local net and was able to recover the last transmission. “This isn’t what we agreed on, if you want her safe you’ll pay, no, you’ll pay double!” B8-M4X took a look at the body, discovering a datapad, and that the mans wounds were from an electro-whip, which Yacen recalled is somewhat uncommon but not unheard of out here in the Outer Rim.

A clatter inside the mining complex got the attention of Daven and Dekoa who went inside to investigate, they found more bodies, broken droids and mining equipment and a sole survivor. He said he didn’t know much, he just was doing a job, he wasn’t a miner but was hired on to kidnap the princess with the captain, once the assault occurred a few days ago he ran and hid down one of the ore shafts. Once his usefulness was over Dekoa executed him.

Coming from the canyon walls, a group of mercenaries led by a Chiss attack the group. Teelo gets a good shot off on the Lieutenant, striking fear into his underlings. A prolonged firefight between the two groups saw Daven, Dekoa, Teelo and Yacen taking some serious hits, thankfully the Chiss Soldier seeing his own troops getting mowed down, fled the area to fight again another day. With the battle over, who knows what they will find in the abandoned mining complex.

Age of the Empire Act 1
Princess in Peril

The party is on Aquilae to rescue the daughter-heir of Aquilae, Princess Sera. Her mother has taken ill and in her stead, Lady Marvella, Chancellor to the Queen has stepped in trying to control the chaos.
The city itself is in throws as more and more fringe elements arrive looking to gain a quick buck trying to find the princess. The local security force has its hands full trying to keep the peace.
After coming to terms with the Lady Marvella, the party split, with Daven, Dekoa, and Teelo going into the city proper, finding a place to call a base and getting a few leads. Yacen, B8-M4X, and Rend stayed in the palace to speak with Seig Darksun, the former Captain of the Royal Guard. He was drugged, the room staged to look like he just got drunk, and his datapad was cloned.
Info gained;
Seig hired a Troupe of performers for his Nieces’ birthday.
The Troupe allegedly kidnapped the princess.
Seig has a friend named Tikro, a Bothan, who is helping him look for the princess.
At least a pair of other mercenary groups are looking for the princess as well. A group of Mandalorians, and another group of randos.
The group met up with each other in their new home, and decided to visit the home of the troupe, they found 4 of the 5 troupe members dead, with spice. On the hunt for more information, they’ve been told about an Infochant named Kordu, somewhere in the Solari Gambling Den, in upper Aquilae. Arriving just in time for Lapti Nek by the Max Rebo band, and to see a barfight about to begin….

Age of the Empire

The Adventure begins.


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