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ImtheSteve
Forrestib
• 9/7/2014

Memory Cypher (PRP with Alex and Steve)

In the year 0 ABY, Druue Transitora was following a potential lead on the investigation of her mother's death. She had travelled to the planet Bestine IV, an imperial island world in the inner rim. She had heard that the officer who gave her mother the order to visit the Death Star had gone on vacation there.

Druue questioned the resort where the officer had stayed, only to find that he had already left three days prior. The resort obviously kept no records on where their customers went when they left, so Druue was left with no place left to look.

She decided to stop on the way back to her hotel for a drink. She sat in the corner of the room, where she could see everything going on. When the waitress came, Druue ordered a glass of 8e0059-125 Decap, and a blue milk Nuna steak.

She continued to study the actions of the other people, searching for nothing in particular, and everything at the same time. When her food came she began to eat slowly, thinking of how she would find her next clue.

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ImtheSteve
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• 2/13/2015

Her expression hardened at the revelation that her husband hadn't escaped. He had died in pain, alone. Now she was left with nothing, except revenge. But it wouldn't do to let Cypher know that. So she kept a straight face, screaming internally with undying agony at the hole he had left in her being. In a way, she finally understood how Sundown had felt so often during a hunt.

Jaeson had just become her first target.

But for now, there was nothing she could do. He had said he wouldn't kill her, and he seemed the idiotically noble sort that would keep to his word on that. So for now, the best thing she could do would be to wait. Just wait for her time, her moment to strike. And she could wait a century if it led to the moment of true happiness she would get out of skinning him alive.

"If you're not going to kill me, what happens now?"

She didn't care.

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• 2/13/2015

"I'm going to drop you off someplace you can't cause trouble," he answered. "And you're not going to be awake for the trip."

He gripped her artery with the Force again, to deprive her brain of oxygen enough to trigger a brief shutdown state. Before the grip made her pass out, he told her:

"I'm sorry."

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• 2/13/2015

Druue saw Jaeson leaving the cavern with their prisoner in tow. She walked alongside him on the way to his ship. She asked him, "Should I come with you? in case she causes any trouble?"

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• 2/13/2015

"No. That's okay," he answered. "I'll leave her cuffed until we're on Endor."

Jaeson started towards his vessel with Dutch in his arms, handcuffed. He stopped halfway and looked around the area, taking in the nature and life around him. Then to Druue.

"This should be where we part ways. I'll need some way to contact you so we can update each other on our progress in regards to your mother's death. How shall I reach you? And where should we meet next time? And when?"

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• 2/14/2015

"I don't get much mail out here in uncharted space. You'll just have to stop by. I can install a slot in the door or a box or something, and then if I'm not here you can just leave a message, or I can leave some indication of where I am if it's gonna take a while."

She almost said her goodbyes, and then thought of something, "Is there a way I can contact you? You've more than proven yourself a worthy ally. I might need to find you at some point, if I ever need help with anything else."

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• 2/14/2015

"I maintain some secure long distance comm frequencies," he informed her. "Though I wouldn't recommend using them while on Masoor. I'm pretty sure Dutch found this place thanks to a signal I was sending my family."

He went into his skipray and set Dutch down on the spare chair where her husband was laying not hours ago, bound by the medical straps. Then he went to Druue and gave her the datachip to access one of his secure communication lines.

"Contact me in a populated sector so no one fishes the signal out of uncharted space.

"I have to thank you again. I'm sorry I dragged my past into your planet. Dutch won't be bothering us ever again. And I'm fairly certain that Sundown will leave the hospital crippled."

He extended his hand to her for a handshake.

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• 2/14/2015

Druue accepted the gesture with a respectful nod, "Until next time, Jaeson-Araan."

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• 2/14/2015

Jaeson then boarded his ship and took off, leaving Massor and heading out for the Forest Moon of Endor. He found a sufficient place to land and drop off Dutch, with a spare hunting blaster and a survival kit. He opened the door outside and led her out, letting her walk another few meters before undoing her hand binders with the Force. He then threw the bag with the survival gear to her.

"You'll survive here. Just be careful around the indigenous lifeforms."

He took another pouch full of power packs for the blaster and other equipment in her survival pack and dropped them where he was standing before stepping back in his skipray and taking off.

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• 2/15/2015

Dutch watched her captor blast away. The singularity of her rage only grew, focusing, maturing. Her first priority was to kill. Her second was to survive. Her third... escape.

She picked up the supplies and walked off into the forest in search of shelter.


(Does this mean it's over?)

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• 2/15/2015

(Yeah. Looks like. Man, this took months. :P)

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