Livin' on the Edge


Ving Bric was furious.  The Hutt crime lord Bakra had entrusted The Bastion to him and he lost it.  Avoiding Imperial blockades is part of his mandate and failure is not an option.  Taking spice from Nar Shaddaa to Tatooine was supposed to be a standard, no hassle operation, but the Empire was getting harder and harder to predict.  Ving knew that if he didn't get the ship back that the Hutt would have his head – literally.  To make matters worse, Bakra's personal freighter is docked on The Bastion.

Taking a lead from an old friend, Ving has learned that The Bastion is currently docked at Corellia for assignment, repairs, and prisoner pickup.  He has also learned that Captain Calum, a former Imperial Intelligence Agent, has been assigned as ship commander.  With departure scheduled in less than 24 hours it was time to make a move. Ving has smuggled himself aboard with a small cadre of apprentice hunters.  He will wait until the ship has entered hyperspace to makes his move…

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...

It has been years since the fall of the Old Republic.  While the Empire maintains an iron grip over the Core and mid-rim worlds, the Outer Rim systems remain loosely governed.  The introduction of Imperial Law has put a stranglehold on the free-trade systems put in place during the Republic.  Entire worlds are being starved into submission, popular trade routes are under constant Imperial surveillance, and the Jedi Order has been obliterated.  Fear is everywhere and the Dark Side continues to grow in power and influence.

There are those who plot in the shadows to bring the galaxy back into the Light, but that is but a whisper in the dark.

For now, those individuals looking to make their mark on the galaxy must do so outside of the watchful gaze of the Empire.  The Hutt Cartel and the Black Sun crime syndicate are the true rulers of the Outer Rim.  In this world you have to take risks to survive.  Such is life living on the edge of the Empire.


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