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The filter on her enviro-suit garbled Shab's wry laugh at that. "Putting it mildly." She agreed. "Should I ask what you did to incur that amount of wrath?" She asked, turning to look at Kraven. "Or if there's going to be more?"

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Nei sighed as she stood up. "For now there's nothing more I can do but keep them comfortable." She admitted. "I don't know what happened to Lilithen, but all I can do for Astra is give her a Force anchor to help her find her way back. Unless you know better, it's something she has to fight herself."

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Fraya observed the deck of the ship she'd found her way onto. Upon seeing the destruction of the docks she'd sincerely doubted her ability to get back without dying. Instead she'd "convinced" one of the short range shuttle pilots to draw close enough for her to get aboard and take her back up to the lead cruiser. She did like how weak-willed the minions were, it made it easy to make them do as she wanted.

Unlike Astra, but she'd managed to implant a call for help in her mind, which at least gave her a cover story when they met back up. Though it hadn't been easy.

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Nitsua rushes to the cockpit, “We left Fraya,” in his meditation he replayed the events and ultimately forgot about her in the excitement and the pain.

The pilot turns to Nitsua, “Alright, we’ll head back soon, the ship needs a rest it’s been through a lot recently, more than you know, the atmospheric pressure points have been exhausted, we haven’t even installed or repaired what we received from Nar Shadaa.”

“She is strong with the force, and I remembered Astra called out her name before collapsing.” The Jedi recalled. He whips back and heads off to Nei and Sara.

Once he’s leaves, Kraven looks to Shab, “It kinda was a random encounter, he is after someone.”

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"The droid, or your friend there?" Shab asked. She paused and checked on the instruments. "It'll take us a few days to get to Dantooine, the ship should hold till then..." She added, though even the filter couldn't hide the fact she was clearly unsure about that.

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“The droid, he is talking about the other female Jedi, the one who came with the one who is currently in pain,” Kraven notices the slight uncertainty, “We should be fine, this part of the galaxy is a bit more relaxed than where we’ve been at.” After a little diagnosis test, the ship seems to be relatively fine for now, with all things considered, “That droid caused a hell of a mess, all because he is looking for someone, I thought maybe Nitsua, because of their stand-off, but I’m not sure.”

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Shab leant back in her chair as she thinks, resisting the urge to put her feet up on the console in front of her. "He was asking you about a fight you were in on Junkka, and the people who left before we did. Something about business between him and his master..." She sighed as she paused. "Should've tried to download its memory core."

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He gazes out, “I’m just glad we won’t have to deal with it anymore.” Kraven now just tries to relax while they head to Dantooine. “I haven’t heard a peep from Shkala or Kric in a while.”
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Nitsua trying to help Astra, “Any good news?” He steps to her and sits beside her, he starts to heal her, seeing if that might help the situation at all.

“Things aren’t looking great, but not awful, she seems to be in pain and a little tormented,” Sara Jane responds with a little concern on her face.
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Lillithen rolls over, the in-take at the cantina still having its hold on her.
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“So you think this is a good idea?” Craytillo questions Lysander.

“What other option do we have? It’s not like they’re in a bad spot,” the human retorts.

After adventuring the ship and being entranced by the colors, Arlen returns to his friends. He greets them, “This place is pretty l, I like it here,” strictly referring to the lights and sounds, as the ship is still in need of repairs.

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"They've been tracking your new friends." Shab explained. "Hopefully they were able to follow them back. Otherwise that droid might have a new target." She realised Kraven was looking at her. "You really think it's dead? With our luck?"

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Nei rests a hand on Lilithen's head. "I think I can rebalance the Force within her." She admitted. "But I'm not sure, I'm still not what exactly has knocked her off kilter." She went even quieter than normal as she focused on finding the cause.

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Kraven sighs, “I guess not, was trying to be optimistic, which I usually am not, I have a question, do you think being around these Jedi can change a person?” He turns to space and waits a response, a little asteroid field ahead.
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Lillithen awakens and yawns deeply, “Ugh I feel awful, well at least you all look like how I feel.”

“What happened to you?” Nitsua questions.

“Just drank too much, it happens,” Lillithen looks around and noticed Astra, “What’s wrong with her?”
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Tamos walks the ruins of Coruscant with Nelsin and members of the New Republic. “So they’re all dead,” Tamos mumbles, “What a way to go.”

“Good riddance.” Nelsin spits on the crumbles.

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"My father used to say there is no luck, only the force." Shab replied with a shrug. "And all experience changes people, as do friends. The closer you are to either the more effect it has."

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Nei frowns, alcohol would have been an easy thing to fix, and Xam had a similar frown on her face as she didn't see how Lilithen could have been that affected by what she'd drunk. "Did someone try to poison you?" The assassin asked.

Astra had finally managed to align her thoughts again, at least allowing her to relax, though it had exhausted her so now that she'd finished her mental fight she slipped into sleep.

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"This is the thing that's finally going to get us killed!" Shkala hissed as she started hacking the console of the ship they'd stowed away on.

"C'mon, aren't you at least a little curious as to why she got on this ship?" Kric asked, he was keeping look out.

"I think that it's none of our business." Shkala admitted. On their attempt to get back to the ship when all hell broke loose on Nar Shaddaa they'd spotted Fraya. Originally they'd gone to try and help her too, but then they'd spotted her find her way onto one of the sith ships.

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Lillithen stands and shakes her head no. She leaves the room, trying to escape revealing the truth. Having had too much to drink mixed with a run in with an unknown individual and them giving her a drink for free, she rather would like to forget everything that happened.

Nitsua notices Astra, “Hey is she better?” asking the healer.
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Kraken tries to comm the two after thinking about the force and whether or not luck can play apart, “Hello, Kric? Answer back, where are you?”

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Nei moves to Astra this time, easily sensing the fact that her mental turmoil has subsided, then nods. "She's just tired." She explained. "In fact, we could all do with rest." She adds, knowing that she doesn't have the energy to spare to imbue Astra with. She can't remember the last time they were able to rest without worrying.

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Shkala and Kric look up as they hear their comm. Years ago Kric had managed to find a pair of implants that would sit in their ears and ensure communication that only they could hear between them. Shkala had hacked the new comm system to work with them.

"You might've been right about this getting us killed..." Kric muttered.

"I'm always right." Shkala joked.

"We had to take another ride out." Kric explained. "We followed Fraya, Shkala's working her magic now."

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Shab sat up straight again. "Fraya?" She asked. "Is she okay? Astra's pretty worried about her." She holds up a hand to stop Kraven from cutting in in confusion.

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"Think so, she walked on as if nothing unusual was happening." Kric replied.

"I got it." Shkala replied as she got into the systems. "Do you want tactical plans, coordinates or vid feeds?"

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Kraven waits for the hand to drop before answering, “Vid and coordinates, plans can wait, I know I don’t have to tell you but be safe. We are heading to Dantooine, so if you get a chance, that’s where we are heading.” He looks to Shab, “Something doesn’t sit well with me about this.”
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“I think rest could suit us all,” Nitsua interjects, “We should.”

“I’m way ahead of you.” Sara Jane said as she laid back and closed her eyes, probably having gone through the most, it’s best she gets rest on her own terms.

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Just as Shkala finished sending the coordinates and had set up the vid feed she'd found Fraya on, Kric ducked sharply to avoid being seen by a security guard.

Shkala followed his lead and ducked behind the console she was using, and locked it as she heard the first guard 'trip' over Kric's sword. She scooted to the side of the console to see what was happening.

The first guard was no problem, leaving two left, one who was duelling with Kric and looked about to promptly lose. Shkala took aim at the third, before he could interfere, causing two stunned guards to turn to the console they hadn't realised anyone was near. The one she'd shot fell instantly, and Kric quickly dispatched the other with the distraction. "Safe might just have gone out the airlock." Shkala explained.

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Coruscant is free from Jedi occupation and Tamos is standing where they used to run the place. Feeling a reluctant joy from finally returning to the place he felt they shown him no respect for his numerous actions that followed their rules and received nothing for his troubles. He now leaves, satisfied. Nelsin follows him down to the streets.
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Kraven hits the comm, “So instead of make things better, let’s do the opposite and give ourselves away?” He looks a little annoyed and worried.

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