The Shadowport Saga

Tales of the Bravelight IV
Whispers Below Umburra

Each crew member of the Bravelight spends their time off in their own way in between flights and adventures.

RUDUS
Rudus recalled his dark past on the planet Iridonia, training with a group of force cultists for a dark end that was never revealed to him. While exploring his memories, Rudus’s understanding of and capacity to use the force improved.

WEENQA
After a day of exploring the shops and back alleys of the dark space waystation, Weenqa found himself cornered by another Rodian smuggler who seemed to know a little bit about his troubled past… and planned to profit from it. With the help of Rudus and Zalu, Weenqa managed to fend off the villain and his minions, unfortunately allowing one of them to escape. As for the smuggler, Weenqa had his own plans for the would-be blackmailer and decided to take his life after having already incapacitating him and blasting him to the ground.

ZALU
Chiss colonist, and resident medical staff aboard the Bravelight, Zalu, decided to get to the bottom of the unusual relationship between the brothers Monga – Buaii the shadow broker and their loyal contact, and Deiiwan, the respected head administrator aboard the shadowport. After assisting Monga with his damaged arm, broken from his tousle with the Black Sun, and coming up with no additional information, Zalu made off for the administration centre… where she was also rebuffed… by a curt receptionist. After an unsuccessful attempt to slice into the administration centre’s database to spy on Administrator Deiiwan’s schedule, Zalu and her party ended up drinking at the local cantina where they spent the evening getting close to Chimia Dreii, and where Zalu earned herself an opportunity to be accepted into the notorious Sedna crime family…

HARPER
Mechanical expert and technical crew Harper Valentine spent his time productively, choosing to restore weapons found in the treasure ship haul and designing some unique hardware for his personal use. After many hours at the work bench, Harper blew off some steam at the local cantina.

VEXX-72
While powered down and connected to a diagnostics machine in a run-down old apartment deep in the shanties of the space station, VEXX-72, droid pilot and stand-in captain of the Bravelight, discovered an unusual recording hiding in her memory banks. Somewhere in the galaxy, underneath a terrible sun in the unforgiving desert, VEXX and the captain of the Bravelight fought pirates at an old stone temple built into the face of a large cliff. There, the captain retrieved from the innermost sanctum of the shrine a black metallic box with a red lid and urged her droid ally and friend to help her hide it from somebody. Gaps in VEXX’s memory banks prevented her from recalling the entire recording.

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Tales of the Bravelight III
The Seeker's Vigil

PART I
Upon their return to the shadow port, the Bravelight discovered a blockade of Black Sun warships surrounding the Umburra Waystation. With the help of the Seeker’s ace pilot, Gowain Barr, the crew managed to outmaneuver a squad of Black Sun Starvipers and the notorious Rex Highwind.

PART II
Barr eventually led the Bravelight to an old forgotten maintenance entrance and a long-forgotten part of the shadow port. The crew navigated the labyrinthine tunnels all the way to the administration center where a meeting of some of the most notorious crime lords aboard the station was deciding the fate of the Bravelight.

Impressed with the crew, the leaders of the shadow port ruled against the vindictive Vigo Freilon and in favour of the Bravelight. Both the Sedna family and Modang the Hutt offered the smuggler crew opportunities for future work, and the relic was successfully delivered to the crew of the Seeker.

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Tales of the Bravelight II
Ghost of the Underwild

PART I
After completing a job on the jungle planet of Manpha, and freeing themselves from the clutches of the pirate captain Vandrill Moz, the crew of the Bravelight made the acquaintance of one Gam Gamlo; a Rodian thief and member of the archaeology ship Seeker.

PART II
With Gamlo in tow, the crew headed for the dangerous Underwild, a dark jungle in the heart of the Galamag Swamp, in search of a long lost Trade Federation treasure ship. Having agreed to deliver a particular treasure to Gamlo’s captain aboard the Seeker, the crew made their way into the bowels of the Trade Federation Battle Cruiser once known as The Aggressor.

After surviving some trials, the crew eventually came across an ancient temple decorated with Sith murals hidden in the deepest parts of the ships cargo hold. Inside the temple, the crew discovered an altar bearing an old, discarded lightsaber, a faded kyber crystal, and a small black metallic box with a red lid, similar to the one they found on the moon of Oovo.

Upon leaving the ship, the crew was confronted by Vigo Freilon of the notorious Black Sun Syndicate. They fought there against Black Sun agents in defense of their salvage and left the planet safely with their temporary ally Gamlo, and their treasures.

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Tales of the Bravelight I
The Edge of the Empire

In the dark reaches of the outer rim, on a rocky moon orbiting the gas giant Oovo, the crew of the smuggler ship Bravelight retrieved a mysterious relic for their benefactors aboard a distant space station.

Having survived the mission, the crew returned to the seedy and sprawling shadowport known as the Umburra Dark Space Waystation. The crew successfully delivered their cargo, a single black metallic container with a red lid, to their contact aboard the shadowport, a Nautolan information broker called Monga. This same shadow broker would also later introduce the crew to Chimia Dreii, the official representative of the Sedna Family and the individual responsible for hiring the Bravelight.

Familiar mostly with the previous crew of the Bravelight, and their droid pilot VEXX-27, Monga was reluctant but pleasantly surprised by the success of the storied ship’s new crew, and a strong new bond was formed.

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