Star Wars - The Fringe Worlds

Jabba's Revenge

Trading an old debt for a new

The heroes finally met up with their host, Jabba the Hutt, only to discover that while he was grateful for their assistance in getting rid of his cousin, Teemo the Hutt owed Jabba a great deal of money, and that debt was now transferred to the heroes. However Jabba was generous enough to offer them employment, a way to work off their debt, as long as they were able to pass a few tests.

Jabba’s agent, T3-R7, proceeded to administer several tests to the heroes. The task of Winning a duel went to Lo’Hireck. Second was a test of agility and accuracy, and when Koobis stepped forward to attempt it, he was promptly dropped into the Rancor pit. After barely managing to survive, his wounds were successfully treated by Ingrid. T3 then approached Bulk Starhauler with a test of his slicing ability, instructing him to plant certain data files on a government system. The final test was successfully interrogating a prisoner, an Imperial Colonel who’d been abducted by Jabba’s thugs, about the whereabouts of unspecified data, which Ibsid and Vivavian managed to accomplish.

Upon completion of the tests, the heroes were offered a job by Jabba, one that they had unknowingly began already through some of the challenges they had faced. Tatooine was about to celebrate the Two Suns Festival, two days of contests and celebration in the capitol city of Bestine. Their invitations to the festival had already been arranged, and their goal was to acquire some sensitive data from an Imperial Admiral, who would be attending the festival. The heroes set out for the city of Bestine, and upon arrival managed to gain entry into the heavily guarded city the night before the festival. They spent that evening setting up their plan to abduct the admiral and acquire the data, but only tomorrow would tell if their plan is successful…


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