The Mynock arrives at Vanquo, ready to set down, steal some ID tags, and research the kark out of some soil. But first, clipboard in hand, Bacta has some things that need addressing.
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Stuck in hyperspace for a few days, the crew of the Mynock returns to their roots: talking to each other for way too long for this to really be considered an actual play. Settle in for our first ever Bottle Episode.
They’re out of combat, and out of time. How will the guys get off the Bargain Hunter as the smuggler band shrugs off their nausea? Also, we’re coming up on the end of our first arc. They boys are going to have to dogfight their way to freedom. How does ship-to-ship combat even work?
Roll for initiative! With the hull of the Bargain Hunter busted open and the vacuum of space exposed, the Mynock crew’s going to have to cling tight as they try to escape the dread smuggle Jorj Car’das.
It’s time for Tryst to finally test his hand at piloting. I’m sure nothing unexpected will crop up on that front. Meanwhile, Bacta attempts to put the jump on Jorj Car’das while Leenik helps himself to a second serving of meatloaf.
The Crew gets up to some some capital N Nonsense in this year’s Life Day Holiday Special.
Tryst and Lyn get to the heart of the story arc while Leenik and Bacta come face to face with Jorj Car’das!
Enter Lyntel! As Tryst gets familiar with the Explore Corps newcomer, Bacta and Leenik get themselves Leeniked even further. Hopefully they thought this one through.
A new challenger approaches! Or, more accurately, each leg of the split part approaches as yet unseen challengers. As Bacta and Leenik bond with a kindred spirit, the unlikely trio of Tryst, Tamlin, and Tony skulk through Myrkr’s dense forests in search of an elusive Exploration Corps thief.
With the party split, the ship missing, and Jorj Car’das hot on thair tails the crew of the Mynok mus get captured twice as hard if they want to survive this episode!