Star Wars: Rogues of the Old Republic (ROTOR)

Session 16: Justice for jatha

Sometimes burning really is the right answer.

The Rogues were asked by their protector and benefactor Nagan Jatha to investigate an attack on one of his gun deals.

The parties involved appeared to be the local Evocaii resistance cell, a gang of Gamorrean mercs called the Bloody Dozen, and (after discovering his involvement thanks to a very lucky guess), a Hutt crime kingpin called Skrump the Hutt.

The high points:

  • The rogues tried to make contact with the Evocaii resistance to gather information.
  • Mutual mistrust led to a firefight, a little thermal grenade action, and a lot of dead evocaii.
  • Sneaking around and spying on the Evocaii gave the rogues the chance to try to convince them that they were in the employ of a hutt kingpin, — chose at random from area hutt kingpins.
  • The guess turned out to be right, as the conversations with the resistance went on — and it has become clear that Skrump is involved in the attempt to drive Jatha out of business.
  • After returning to Jatha and with most of the stolen guns recovered, Jatha has demanded that the Rogues find a way to make Skrump pay.
  • Also, going on in the background on this session, the Ample Bounty has been sold off at auction from the impound, purchased by Guata Trahl, star of the Hutt holonet sensation, “Flip My Trip” – a show about buying distressed starships and refurbishing them quickly for a profit. Several episodes have aired, and the rogues have watched the rennovations going on to the bounty.

Cash earned: None
Goods Purchased: None
Current Party Funds: $5,850

Current Cargo:
Cargo on the Ample bounty was lost when the ship was captured

NPC Crew, Followers, and Passengers:
Ridaf, Wilan

Other resources

Bondell’s help, maybe. If he’s still around. He might have skipped.

XP earned: 2 xp
Total XP: 42


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