Star Wars: Collateral Damage

Session 7

Shira, Isotech's Operations Manager, asked them to meet Dr.  Ando'ri Kahn on Corellia. The job wouldn't pay much, but they'd be doing good work and Isotech would cover their expenses. The meet was in a small cantina near Treasure Ship Row in Cononet City's Blue Sector.

Delod spotted Lt Tash Tiran, an imperial officer, who he intimidated into revealing that Petras was working for Grand Moff Dargon. The imperial left shortly after with a Corellian woman.

Dr. Ando'ri Kahn, a Drall xenologist, explained that he had discovered why the Froz had not been able to reproduce after the devastation of their homeworld. Their reproductive cycle relied on the presence of a pollen from one of the native plants. If he could get a sample, he might be able to synthesize it. Public records showed that the Corellian Engineering Corporation had done the initial construction on a bio-preservation vault on Froz. If they could get the geo-location from CEC, perhaps they could recover a sample. He needs the crew to slice into CEC's records so that the ISB doesn't follow up on subversive activity related to the "Frozian resistance".

The crew gets into CEC's headquarters campus as part of a tourgroup at the Museum of Starship Construction. Talia palmed an intern's ID and they slipped away from the group, and despite Vamaru being spotted by security, they made it into a sales office, and BB-M8 got access to the internal data to get the location. They left the office just as security came through looking for them.

They met up again with Dr. Kahn in his hotel, where he was waiting with a pair of quiet Froz. They celebrated their success. Kahn said he would accompany them to recover the samples and that they would likely need breathmasks in the now toxic atmosphere of Froz. The crew agreed a quick departure from Corellia would be best. 


In an unmarked security station, an analyst poured over events of interest. He noticed that data on Froz had been accessed from the CEC headquarters. He checked local alerts, and discovered that CEC security had registered a potential breach and had some security camera footage of a potential intruder. He pulled up the images and ran facial recognition against the list of "persons of interest". A match! He tapped out a quick report and forwarded up the chain…


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