Star Wars: Worlds at War

Tatooine Manhunt
Ch. 2

Planet Tatooine (Outer Rim)


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The Alliance has sent their newest members: a bounty hunter, a mercenary, a Bothan native, and a laconic scout, on a mission to Tatooine in search of a man named Adar Tallon.

Clad, a human bounty hunter, had joined the other three on Yavin 4.

Information regarding Adar Tallon was discovered on a data pad by a Rebel spy who infiltrated an Imperial star destroyer.

A hero of the Old Republic, Adar Tallon is now rumored to be alive and possibly living on the desert world of Tatooine. The Alliance had long considered Tallon dead, especially when news of Tallon’s patrol craft, Battalion, was obliterated in the Dalchon system decades before.

The Alliance has also received information that scores of bounty hunters have answered the call sent out by Captain Parlan, commander of the Imperial star destroyer, Relentless.

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The Corellian Dawn, a Corellian stock light freighter acquired by the Alliance, landed in Docking Bay 94 not long after Second Dawn (when Tatoo II rises).

The four Rebel agents entered the dusty and alien-packed streets of Mos Eisley Spaceport hoping to find clues that could lead them to Adar Tallon.

In need of some supplies, the four came upon a general store owned by two human couples named Tar Lup and his wife, Kai. While in the store, a couple of Gamorian thugs sent by Jabba the Hutt arrived to collect protection money from the Tar and Kai.

The four Rebels asked the two thugs to leave the store owners alone.

A gun battle ensued.

When the blaster smoke cleared, both thugs were dead. Tar and Kai were grateful for their rescue from the thugs, but they now feared for the safety of the four who have certainly earned the wrath of Jabba the Hutt, one of the galaxy’s most notorious crime boss.

After disposing of the bodies, the four Rebels left the store to make their way to Chalmun’s Cantina, also known as the Mos Eisley Cantina by locals and travelers alike. Tar and Kai told the four they should be able to find information regarding the whereabout of Adar Tallon at the cantina.

Dramatis Personae

Clad Truong

Corso Tyren

Morgana Bor

Trust Mas’ora

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Rebel Breakout
Ch. 1

Planet Bothawui (Mid Rim)


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Contacted by a human Rebel Alliance recruiter named Tiree, Corso agrees to meet at Mesa 291, an abandoned ilidium mine on the planet Bothawui.

There he encounters two others, a female human named Morgana and a male Bothan named Trust. Both were also contacted by Tiree about the meeting at Mesa 291.

When the three arrived, Tiree was nowhere to be found. However, an astromech droid named R2-D0, or “Dee-o”, led them farther into the geologically unstable mine just as stormtroopers arrived.

Led by Dee-o, the would be recruits fought off stormtroopers, avoided being buried alive by a collapsing mine, and crawled their way through a tunnel filled with fire.

With stormtroopers and an Imperial officer in pursuit, Dee-o eventually led them to Tiree who was wounded when his shuttle was shot down by two AT-ATs patrolling the nearby canyon. With no means of escape, Dee-o led them deeper through the mines and to a large cavern which opened to the canyon some 100 meters above.

To everyone’s surprise, the group came upon three Y-wing fighters covered with camouflage netting. Morgana said she had heard that Rebels may have used the abandoned mines on Bothawui as secret bases at one point.

Hearing the stormtroopers quickly approaching, the group climbed aboard the Y-wings and lifted off just as the stormtroopers arrived.

Upon reaching the canyon above, the trio of Y-wings were confronted by the two AT-ATs Tiree mentioned. Fortunately, the fighters’ shields protected them long enough to make their escape into space and into hyperspace.

After arriving at the secret Rebel base on Yavin 4, Tiree was treated for his wounds while the three recruits were briefed by Rebel officers and made full fledge members of the Rebel Alliance.

Dramatis Personae

Corso Tyren

Morgana Bor

Trust Mas’ora

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