Officially done with every possible shopping trip, the crew of the Mynock make their way to Shelova Week.
"The Mynock" Backlog
In the wake of Leenik’s surprisingly grim stint at leadership, the crew of the Mynock must now escape from the local imperial forces patrolling the port city Bralteer. But with two crew members out of commission, and two others definitely controlled by the GM, who’s capable of making the necessary piloting rolls to get out … Read more
Episode 21. What are the words I can say? Likely the best episode we’ve recorded yet. Likely the best we’ll ever record. Say what you want about Episode 21, but we were on task the whole time.
Leenik spends an entire combat sitting on the floor of a warehouse.
The crew has a few hours to kill before they’re supposed to hit their second drop of the night, so they fill the time as only tourists can. Two words: Ghost. Tour.
Ah, that classic RPG moment when the GM talks to herself in character for far too long. We’re playing for realsies now! It’s also time to make the trek back to Guns Guns Gun 2 (even more guns). Star Was Lingo Notes: Glee Anselm: A water planet. Best known as the Nautolan home planet. Ducky: … Read more
We’re at the end of our first flashback, and Trystan Valentine, Binbon, and Jubna are about to get up to risky business. They’ve unanimously decided it’s time to backstab jerkwad smuggler Jacinto Reth. But, in order to do so, they’re going to need to call upon Teemo the Hutt. Special thanks to our guest players Stephen … Read more
Looking to make a quick butt full of credits Trystan Valentine and his friends Binbon and Jubna have agreed to sneak into a Hutt controlled spaceport and steal commandeered cargo from Teemo the Hutt. Naturally this lead to a singing competition.
When a mysterious smuggler breaks into the home of a young Trystan Valentine, he offers Tryst and his friends what could be the deal of a lifetime.
The Mynock crew sets down on Mandalore, and pretty much just shops. That’s practically the entire episode.