MissBarrow: Barrow da bess
Shino G.: oh capn my capn
Rogue Trader GM (GM): waterfox still isn’t working
Shino G.: aeroplane
Rogue Trader GM (GM): where did you even find that font
Shino G.: we better get an aeroplane
i have pilot(flyers)
MysteryGuy: what font
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Dauros is graffiti-ing the map, it doesn’t matter
Captain N. Barrow: What
I haven’t graffiti’d anything right now.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The sky around Penance’s moon is pitch black, the only light to see by granted by burning skull torches and the living immolation of people on the wraithbone’s city’s lower tiers. Even so, it is clear to you all that the Kroot standing in front of you is Kahnak Rith.
Mandala Sigyn: (I forget, is the plan to mention that we know Rith or deny any former acquaintance?)
Harbinger: (there isn’t a plan in-character yet since we just saw her)
(I’m personally gonna keep quiet though)
Mandala Sigyn: (I forget the context so I’m not sure if it would be good to mention it or not)
Captain N. Barrow: Am I on the ship
Or somehow heare
Harbinger: (you’re here like we keep saying)
Captain N. Barrow: “Rith!”
“I still haven’t found a halfway decent bodyguard. Come back.”
Harbinger: (contexually we’re delivering slaves to be evaluated by the Dark Eldar)
Harbinger gives a blank deadpan look to the Lord-Captain.
Captain N. Barrow: “Oh no, it’s not Rith again is it? I swear all Kroot look the same.”
“Sorry Mr/Mrs Kroot, I mistook you for someone else… again.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (Amazing)
Mandala Sigyn slaps her forehead.
Kahnak Rith: “…You were shockingly correct. What are you doing here?”
Captain N. Barrow: “Illicit evil things.” Barrow’s countenance becomes almost comedically grave.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Iron Jake, at the head of the party, is trying very hard not to laugh.
Kahnak Rith: “You have chosen your grounds wisely, then.”
Danielle Seamus: “I should be asking you the same thing,” Harbinger growls, a dark mien suddenly blanketing her face.
Iron Jake stops smiling.
Mandala Sigyn: “Yes, this is an… odd circumstance to meet you in, Kahnak Rith.”
“Pray tell, what are you doing here?”
Danielle Seamus: “The Inquisition does not normally have a locale like this in mind when recruiting xenos, mercenary.”
Kahnak Rith: “It is a… what do your kind say… stopover point? I am currently between missions.”
“It is a strange coincidence.”
Iron Jake: “Fethin’ xenos and their fethin’ holiday choices…”
Captain N. Barrow: “Suffer not the Xenos on paid vacation.”
Mandala Sigyn: “Well, we’d find it most kind if you were quiet about our previous meetings. We have our own business here, and would prefer you not get involved.”
Danielle Seamus scratches her chin idly. “I have a better idea.”
Danielle Seamus: “Consider your holiday on hiatus, mercenary.” Present a corpse-starch sack to Rith. “Welcome to the slave pens.”
“Standard Inquisitorial Overtime compensation applies, et cetera, et cetera.”
Kahnak Rith: “…At your command, boss. My Kindred has been… unpopular here anyway.”
“Even among my kind, much less the Eldar, or the Orks.”
Danielle Seamus: “Well, you should get the opportunity to eat your way to the top of the popularity charts without too much waiting. Shall we?”
Kahnak Rith will slip on the sack and fall in line.
Danielle Seamus: Dani’s authoritative personality fades as she falls into line as a huddled slave once again.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Alright.
Danielle Seamus: Time to present ourselves to the Kabal of the Fallen Star?
Mandala Sigyn: Yeah
Jerrick Kamris: er
Mandala Sigyn lines up next to Iron Jake. “Now come, /slaves/, we must present you before our hosts become antsy.”
Iron Jake: “Yeah, what she said. Don’t say anything outta order unless you wanna a flame bath.They like their flame baths here.”
Jake points upwards. “The posh lot live up higher in the towers; only the entr’tainment and the detritus live down here.”
Mandala Sigyn: “Works for me,” Mandala says.
Jake: “Might have to try a few; the lower lords and ladies tend to get murdered a lot, so there’s usually a war to see who gets whose’s stuff between relatives.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Just going to pick a random tower and head on up?
Mandala Sigyn: uh… is there no-one to ask?
Harbinger: (maybe someone should roll xenos lore to guess which one is most likely to pay dividends)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): there’s a lot of people milling around down here, yes
rolling 1d100 v 59 not that *I* would have that or anything
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Cleary not
Mandala Sigyn: *sigh* I’ll try
<60 Xenos Lore
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Humans, xenos, and other things that defy categorization are slinking around.
rolling 1d100 vs 75 i can roll it i will roll it nine times
rolling 1d100 v 73 c’mon show up jerry
Jerrick Kamris: im not actually rolling 9 times tho
wait no calculus logi
Jerrick Kamris: cheater
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Mordecai, Jerrick, you know the Dark Eldar share the same need for ornamentation and security as ’mon’keighs’, though their idea of both is slightly askew. The richer- and presumably still living Eldar will likely live in the tower that looks the most like a sadomasochist’s dream.
Harbinger: ohhhhhh so the one with the constant echoes of screaming orgasms and/or deaths that I can’t get out of my head
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Yes
Mandala Sigyn: Alright, let’s head for that one
Danielle Seamus covers her ears slightly as she shuffles in line.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): One of the towers, though smaller than the ones that surrounded, appears plated in golden bone of some dead creature as well as what looks like scraps of skin. As you head towards, you pass a lot of kroot in cloaks masking their tribe (and scent) from Rith, as well as several Orks shouting from atop plasteel crates at crowds of humans and xenos/.
Assuming you don’t stop and take a look at the horrible, horrible delights of the city, you arrive in front of the tower gathered by the snake-people you’ve seen around as apparent hired muscle.
Mandala Sigyn bows to the snake creatures as the group approaches. “We wish to speak to the slave master,” she says in Low Gothic.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The creatures wear black armour across what could be called their torso, four arms holding blades and guns protruding from their serpentine bodies.
Snake: “Sssss. The slave master is the Archon, who is the master of all on Penance. We are all slaves in his presence. Did you mean to inquire about Lady Ervalia, Dracon of the Kabal of the Fallen Sun, purger of worlds? She graces this abode with her glorious presence.”
Mandala Sigyn: (uh… did I?)
Jerrick Kamris: (probably)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (possibly! they seem to be saying whoever she is she lives here)
Jake scratches his beard, mouthing ‘Dracon’ to himself over and over.
Mandala Sigyn: “Indeed. We have prisoners we believe will be of some interest to her, and perhaps even the Archon.”
Snake: “Ssssss. We doubt it. The Dracon is busy. Why should a small matter like the tiny slaves you have here take her interest? They look weak. Unarmed humans, and… what IS that?” The snake-creature peers at Kel’mara.
Mandala Sigyn: “It is known as a tau, from a far off star-system,” Mandala says. “And they are not weak, far from it. My husband and I captured them when we took their frigate under our control; they are apparently the crew of a rogue trader vessel.”
“Officers, in fact,” she says with a grin.
Iron Jake: “Fought like a bleedin’ daemon, they did. Especially the one with the stupid hair. She murdered our murder servitors by herssel’!”
Iron Jake pointedly does not look at anyone in particular with that comment.
Harbinger: (THERE’S ONLY ONE FEMALE SLAVE WITH HAIR AND IT’S ME)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (I
Jerrick Kamris: (hey man you don’t know he could be talking about anybody)
Snake: “Have they been blooded? Ssss. Even if they are strong as you say, they could not be ready for the rigours of the coliseum. Humans break so easily.”.
Mandala Sigyn: “Blooded? We lost many crew to these… creatures… and we wish to recoup some of our losses.”
Danielle Seamus glances over to Kahnak Rith.
Mandala Sigyn: “If the river of blood they let on our ship is not sufficient, then none in your coliseum are.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The snake-people stare at each other, and start whispering in a sibilant language at each other.
Danielle Seamus: Harbinger glances at the reptilian xenos and then makes a small throat-slitting gesture while looking at Rith.
Kahnak Rith: (Now I gotta remember what I can DO argh)
Mandala Sigyn kicks Harbinger in the back of her knee. “Don’t even try anything, girl, or it’s the neuro-whips for you again!”
Danielle Seamus: “Hiiiiiiii~”
Danielle Seamus falls to a kneel sullenly.
Kahnak Rith quickly darts at the snake while Mandala is busy with Dani, and leaps forward at its throat.
Snake: "You have no proof of this but your own words. Begone, human, until you have some proof of these slaves’ puisssssanc-
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The snake is
Kahnak Rith: what kinda bonus is that
Danielle Seamus: +30
Kahnak Rith: excellent
Jerrick Kamris: and no reaction :D
rolling 1d100 v 98
is its agi bonus 5 or lower
rolling 1d5+12 R Pen 0 damage regardless
Rogue Trader GM (GM): it IS
Kahnak Rith: er
Rogue Trader GM (GM): 7 AP
rolling 1d10 for RF chance
this is a called shot to the head, does that have the same AP
Jerrick Kamris: so much for these so-called quantum dice
Rogue Trader GM (GM): it DOES
rolling 1d5+5 well ok this much critical damage too
Rogue Trader GM (GM): the armour in this case appears to be its scales
Kahnak Rith: to the head
Rogue Trader GM (GM): there we go
Harbinger: well looks like the damage is kind of a moot point
Kahnak Rith: ty based killer’s eye
Rogue Trader GM (GM): 12
Mandala Sigyn: hahaha oh god
Jerrick Kamris: hooo man
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The snake’s head flies backwards, hitting the wall. The other snake falls back from Rith, weapons armed.
Mandala Sigyn: “You wished for proof, snake-thing. Now, you have it,” Mandala says, stepping forward.
Kahnak Rith: “Hungry.” Rith will tear into the fallen snake and chow down.
7 temp wounds :d
Danielle Seamus: :d
Kahnak Rith: er 9
Snake: “Sss. Yes. I will tell the Dracon.” The creature shakes its head. “I always told my sister to pay more attention.”
Mandala Sigyn: “And now she is kroot food. Let that be a lesson for the future.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “Yes. Fire faster.” the creature slithers inside through a double door of bone.
It takes a couple of minutes and there’s no response from inside. The only sounds are the closest proselyting Ork. Do you wait, or do something else?
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick will stare at the snake man expressionlessly.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The dead one?
Or the one that went inside and is no longer there
Jerrick Kamris: oh wait he isn’t
nevermind ignore me
Mandala Sigyn will attempt to discern if an ambush is being set up.
Jerrick Kamris: well i WOULD have done that if he were still there
Rogue Trader GM (GM): That would be a scrutiny check, I believe
Mandala Sigyn: oh boy
Jerrick Kamris: oh that’s a thing i can do
Danielle Seamus looks over to Rith and points up the tower to the nearest window.
rolling 1d100 vs 52 scrutiny
it might be important
Jerrick Kamris: dangit
Mandala Sigyn: “They will know if one is missing, Danielle.”
rolling 1d100 v 49 no auto-senses
Jerrick Kamris: anyway 4 dos
Danielle Seamus: 3 for me
Mandala Sigyn: oh wait, -20
rolling 1d100 v 59
Danielle Seamus: “Then he had best be quick,” Harbinger mutters.
Kahnak Rith: 5 DoS
Danielle Seamus: oh -20 to the scrutiny
Rogue Trader GM (GM): There are shadowy figures at the windows of the tower. Rith can tell they’re armed, but none of the weapons are as of yet pointed at you.
Kahnak Rith: “Armed figures. None aiming at us. Yet.”
Danielle Seamus: “Can you hear through the door?”
rolling 1d100 v 79 CAN I
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Rith, there is the sound of faint machinery coming from inside but nothing else.
Danielle Seamus: “What’s your inclination, Iron Jake?”
Iron Jake: “I dunno. I feel like if they wanted to kill us they’d have done it by now. Maybe they’re trying to test our patience, or rubbing our noses in it or summin’/.”
rolling 1d100 vs 75 can my previous experiences and lore provide any insight into this matter
Danielle Seamus: “It’s your call, Sigyn.”
“Or… Barrow, of course.”
Jake: “Or Jake!”
Danielle Seamus: “: |”
Mandala Sigyn: “I’ve seen this at interviews. They’re testing us to see if we’re serious.”
“Speaking of…” Mandala hits Danielle on the back of the head, then kick’s Rith’s shin. “Need to put on a show.”
Danielle Seamus: “You’ve been to INTERVIE- oof”
Jake: “What’s an interview.”
Mandala Sigyn: “It’s where people question you for a /respectable/ job position.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “I’ve been on respectable jobs. You don’t murder the entire crew and just take their stuff.”
Jake: “Anyway, what do we do to be taken seriously?”
Danielle Seamus: “I think I know.”
rolling 1d100 punch Jerrick in the face
Jerrick Kamris: oh
Harbinger: do you have rapid reaction
rolling 1d100 i do
rolling 1d100 doj
Danielle Seamus gives out a bloodthirsty howl and starts brawling with the other slaves.
Jake: “WHY DOES SHE KEEP DOING THAT.”
Jerrick Kamris: “…I don’t think that’s the-Oh bother.”
rolling 1d10+5 INITIATIVE
rolling 1d10+5 DID SOMEONE SAY INIT
Jerrick Kamris: “…I was going to suggest going in ourselves.”
Danielle Seamus: “We can do that too-”
rolling 1d100 grab ahold of Rith
Mandala Sigyn pulls out her inferno pistol. “Stop it you two, or you’re getting scorched onto the pavement.”
rolling 1d100 v 89 doj
Danielle Seamus: “Push me through the door,” Harbinger whispers to her as she flies by.
Kahnak Rith: Finaly
I get to slam Dani into something
After avoiding the grab, I’ll grab Dani instead and throw her into the door with all my horrible xenos strength.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Danielle, you go flying through a gap in the bone doors, arriving in a short hallway of statues of Eldar being murdered. At the end is an active webway portal.
As you land, you can hear the warped sounds of someone clapping.
Danielle Seamus: “Wooogh.”
Kahnak Rith looks between Mandy/Jake and the door.
Mandala Sigyn rushes in. “Emperor damn it! Get back… who’s clapping?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Ephemeral laughter answers Sigyn.
Danielle Seamus: Dani stands up shakily and falls into line again, looking warily at the portal.
Mandala Sigyn: “Look, if we’re going to do business, it’s easier if we’re meeting face to face.”
Voice: “Yes. Then come in.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The voice echoes throughout the hallway.
Mandala Sigyn: “Through the portal, then.” Mandala prods the slaves forward.
Jerrick Kamris: hup
Kahnak Rith: hup
You all arrive in a large room on a transparent floor, showing the dizzying distance beneath it to the ground below. Eldar soldiers, wearing black armour and clothes decorated with spikes and skulls are sitting at the edges of the room, watching you with lazy eyes. The snake-person you saw before is writhing, pinned to a pillar by some sort of sword. At the opposite end of the room to the portal you entered sits a xenos woman in black armour, runes painted in what looks like blood, with tied back hair of the same colour. She is sitting on a throne of skulls, next to a cage where a humanoid creature of indeterminate age and species sits mewling.
Lady Ervalia: “Welcome, Mon’keighs.”
Mandala Sigyn bows, hiding her disgust.
Lady Ervalia: “A goddess of warstands before you.bow deep, and drink deeply of my presence.”
Harbinger: (is this Eldar? High Gothic? Low Gothic?)
Kahnak Rith: (Tau?)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (Eldar)
Danielle Seamus follows Mandala’s lead in bowing or other gestures, but otherwise remains stolid.
rolling 1d100 polyglot
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick bows as much as would be required for a slave and not one bit more.
rolling 1d100 also polyglot
Rogue Trader GM (GM): KEL understands
Kahnak Rith: did mandy ever buy eldar
no, I did not
Kahnak Rith: i guess not
Mandala Sigyn: because extra languages are not in my purchase thingies
Kahnak Rith: if only the capn were here ;`;
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Kel translates, if you ask him too
Jerrick Kamris: you’d have to EA it
Mandala Sigyn smacks Kel on the back of the head. “Translate, worm.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): He does so, crying about human brutality all the way
Mandala Sigyn: After hearing the translation, Mandala commands everyone to bow deeply. “We are honored to be in your presence, Dracon.”
Danielle Seamus: bowin’
Kahnak Rith same.
Elvaria: “[Low Gothic] Of course you are. Your slaves are almost impressive, human. That Kroot and the Sister of Battle fight with ferocity, despite their inferior races.” She waves her hand. Images appear in the middle of the room, showing Rith’s murder from multiple angles. “The last death rattle is a beautiful thing to savour, though it is a pity she was caught by surprise. There’s no time for them to REALISE.”
“And the eating! The desecration of the corpse! Enthralling. Oh, I do love Kroot; they make such brilliant pets.”
Mandala Sigyn: “Indeed, even if they are overeager to feed and kill too quickly as a result.”
Elvaria: “That can be changed, through training. And pain. Though sometimes business must come before pleasure. Speak.”
Harbinger: (…I just realized we could get some PF)
(from SELLING us)
Mandala Sigyn: (well, yes)
(that was the plan)
Harbinger: (I love slavery)
Kahnak Rith: (i love capitalism)
Mandala Sigyn: “As you are now aware,” Mandala says, her eyes moving to the impaled snake for a moment, “these are the former officers of a rogue trader vessel, with quite a reputation. I believe they would make a most excellent addition to your… collection, and I need to cover my losses from my battle with their crew.”
“In other words, I believe we could aid each other.”
Elvaria: “Yes. There is just the thing these slaves would be PERFECT for. Next question, human; why should I buy them from you instead of just taking them by right of conquest?” She says it matter of factly, draining a nearby slave of blood with a knife into a wine glass.
Mandala Sigyn: “First: this could be the start of a… business relationship, and I have means of obtaining certain things that you might have a great deal of trouble acquiring otherwise. Second, I now control the resources of a Rogue Trader dynasty, with all that entails. Third, if you tried, I might be tempted to simply release these slaves, and see if you fare against them better than my crew did.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): She does not look entirely intimidated by that last bit. “That sounds like an enormous amount of effort, honestly.”
Mandala Sigyn: “How so?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “You’re asking me to AVOID the possibility of a fight, mon’keigh, for some murky promises of future rewards!”
Captain N. Barrow: (Because living in the here and now served them so well)]
Harbinger: (unfortunately these are the Eldar that decided not to learn from that mistake
Rogue Trader GM (GM): She still seems relatively on the fence about not killing you, Mandala.
Danielle Seamus stumbles onto Mandala from apparent exhaustion, grasping clumsily at her silken garments.
Mandala Sigyn: (sorry, went to the bathroom)
Captain N. Barrow: (Lemme fight her I can fight her)
Mandala Sigyn: “Well, there’s one other option,” Mandala says, pulling out a grenade and taking out the pin. “I can take away any hope of your precious slaves making it to the pit, and maybe even hurt a couple of you in the process.”
(basically I’m turning the grenade into a makeshift deadman’s switch)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (alright)
Elvaria: “Ooooooh. Now it’s back to being interesting!”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): She waves you down. “Alright, alright. Don’t mark the carpet. You might hurt my precious father.” She coos and pours the dregs of her wine glass into the cage next to her. The creature laps it up, hungrily.
Jake looks down at the translucent floor, with a confused look.
Mandala Sigyn whispers to Jake. “I think her father’s the one in the cage.”
Jake: “I was wondering where the carpet was, meself.”
Mandala Sigyn: “All of these eldar seem horrifically corrupted, and likely insane as well. I do not know how they are not warp spawn yet.”
Mandala Sigyn turns back to the Dracon, smiling. “Very well. Let’s negotiate our terms, then.”
Mandala Sigyn: Mandala fits the pin back into the grenade, but still holds it out nonetheless.
Elvaria: “Yes, yes. Let’s get the tedious part over with.” As she speaks low gothic, you notice her lips haven’t actually moved since she talked in Eldar; the sound is coming from her collar.
Mandala Sigyn: (should we just roll this bit out?)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Yeah go on
It’s a contested Barter check
Mandala Sigyn: woo my investment in Barter is not in vain!
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Your investment in Barter
Jerrick Kamris: well maybe she’ll fail too
Rogue Trader GM (GM): At least lowered your DOF
Mandala Sigyn: woo, only two DoF
best social character ever
Rogue Trader GM (GM): She has a slave barter for her, a creature that looks like Ratling abhuman.
Jerrick Kamris: aww
Rogue Trader GM (GM): if the CAPTAIN was here you’d have only gotten one DOF!
Jerrick Kamris: the captain IS there
Rogue Trader GM (GM): There you go
Jerrick Kamris: …that would actually make the initial roll a success
Captain N. Barrow: >_>
Rogue Trader GM (GM): It would!
Jerrick Kamris: which means TIE
Captain N. Barrow: A bit late for that though
Rogue Trader GM (GM): well if you insist
Jerrick Kamris: dangit captain
Captain N. Barrow: That’s how it was ruled before.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Yeah, but that’s when I thought it would make people ask BFORE
The deal for the slaves gives you a paltry 2 PF
This isn’t technically an ENDEAVOUR but as Mandala was negotiating
Mandala, add +1 for Hard Bargain
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The Dark Eldar gives you riches that could be parlayed into trade routes and market manipulations back in Imperial spac.e
Danielle Seamus: PF 127 get
Mandala Sigyn: Woo 3 PF
Rogue Trader GM (GM): For less than a dozen slaves, that’s incredibly lucrative
This eldar has a lot of money to throw around on this, whoever she is
Mandala Sigyn: “Excellent,” Mandala says, putting away her goods. “Now, I suppose you have some entertainment to get to, so we’ll just be on our way. Busy schedule, and all that.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “And where are you going?”
Mandala Sigyn sighed, expecting this sudden-yet-inevitable betrayal. “Back to my ship, of course.”
Mandala Sigyn: “What you do with these fools is now your concern, not mine.”
Elvaria: “Oh, that’s fine, mon’keigh. Though I thought you would want to see your little slaves in ACTION at least! But do know you’re being watched. If you should happen to visit a certain Hierarch or ‘Kaptin’, I will know. And you WILL be punished for it.”
Mandala Sigyn: “Hmm.” Mandala does some mental calculations. “How long would it take? I have to get back to Imperium space within a year, and the warp can be… finnicky.”
Danielle Seamus is performing calculations of an entirely different scope.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “Commoragh is minutes away, dear! We don’t use the… warp.” Her face contorts, hand slightly cracking her glass. “Witchery is for the dead and the damned. The Archon is throwing a grand tournament in Commorragh in a few days. I plan to enter your little team of psychopaths. Oh, won’t Hierach Aldran be THRILLED when his precious Orks get murdered.” She hisses. “Wouldn’t you like to waaatch? I know humans love a good slaughter almost as much as Eldar. It’s one of your few good traits!”
Elvaria: “Of course, the Cult will probably kill them all before they reach the final, but what a show they will put on till then!”
Mandala Sigyn: “Hmm… an invitation to Commoragh. How could I refuse such a unique opportun- what Cult?”
Oh, of the Serrated Blade, of course. They’ve always had ties with us. We provide them with such wonderful opponents to test their skills. Succubus Irkalla will be there herself. I think she’ll even enter. It’s been so long since I’ve seen her in action…: Her face wanders off into reminiscing, a smile on her lips flecked with blood.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (argh)
(I gotta stop doing that)
Harbinger: (man you are bad at that :D)
Mandala Sigyn: “Interesting. Well, I hope it is as good as you say; I do not wish to waste my time on a boring fight.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “Oh, trust me. It will be a fight to DIE for.”
Mandala Sigyn: “That’s not ominous at all!”
Danielle Seamus shifts her glance uneasily to each figure in the room.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The slaves are herded off by some of the snake people. Elvaria, evidently already bored, tells Iron Jake and Mandala the time to arrive on her ship, Woe to the Conquered.
Captain N. Barrow: Woe whoa
Jake: “Alright, lass, NOW what?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Barrow you’re being
Harbinger: she’s not even posing as a slave
what are you doing
Rogue Trader GM (GM): oh right
dang it one day
Harbinger: if you want someone to react violently to being imprisoned I think Jerry’s right there
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Barrow you’re being imprisoned into a ticket to a glorified boxing match
Does Jerrick even HAVE that origin path
Mandala Sigyn: “Now… we wait for the tournament. Then, the opportunity to confront the Cult will present itself, and the tournament will become… far more interesting.”
Jerrick Kamris: oh right
i passed my willpower test
so i dont have to react violently
Kahnak Rith: dang
Harbinger: (the answer to that question was yes)
The old man shakes his head, beard threatening to fall off by this sudden exertion. “Oh, good. I always wanted my life to be int’restin’.”
Harbinger: (have us slaves been separated from Barrow/Mandy/Jake now that the sale has been finalized)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Yes
Danielle Seamus: “Kamris,” Dani whispers to Jerrick as they’re being led away.
“Can you send a message to your choir on the Sojourn, for Sigyn and Barrow?”
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick nods.
Danielle Seamus: “Good. ‘Dracul is on Commoragh. Find out any information you can on him. Also investigate this ’Hierarch’ and ‘Kaptin’. Both are likely rivals of the Cult of the Serrated Blade and could be instrumental in bringing them down.’”
rolling 1d100 fettered focus power for when i get a chance to do this thing
Danielle Seamus: “How long has it been since you’ve fought Orks, Kahnak Rith?”
“…have you ever had the chance, Genetor?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): You are thrown into cells deeper into the tower. The cells are a lone, thin line of metal over a pit of spikes, two of you to a cage.
Danielle and Rith are put in the same cage, Mordecai and Kel’mara opposite them.
Harbinger: no jerry eh
Kahnak Rith: “Not long. There are many orks here.”
Jerrick Kamris: i got a special place im sure
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Jerrick’s cell already has an occupant, a black-haired, pale-skinned woman banging on the opposite wall, screaming curses.
Jerrick Kamris: oh
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Jerrick, you immediately feel your powers leaving you as you enter
and blindness returning
The vision of the woman fades.
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick scowls as he enters the cell. “Figures.”
Captain N. Barrow: Bang her
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The woman stops shouting and there is a silence.
Mordecai:“I believe the first conflict after I came aboard was dealing with orks. I am prepared for dealing with them.”
Familiar Voice : Oh. This is RICH. Barrow’s lapdog. God-Emperor, could this day get ANY worse? YOU WON’T EVEN GIVE ME ANY AMASEC, YOU MONSTERS!"
Danielle Seamus: “How the time flies.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The voice is loud enough that Danielle can hear it, apparently in the next cell over.
Danielle Seamus: “…did someone make this infiltration a family reunion and neglect to tell me?”
Kahnak Rith: “It seems everyone is showing up, yes.”
Voice: “Oh, and the Interrogator. I should’ve blown you out of the sky over Beta-Psi! And that bastard Bastille!”
Jerrick Kamris: whose voice is it anyway i have total recall you know!!!!
Harbinger: it’s called dramatic timing jerry
Kahnak Rith: theres no talent to fight dramatic timing
Jerrick Kamris: “…Could you keep your mewling quiet? This is unbearable enough as it is,” Jerrick mutters, settling into a corner of the cell away from the voice.
Captain N. Barrow: Is it Lee
Kahnak Rith: is it servibelle
Oh, I’m sorry, witch! Truly. I’d hate to give poor little baby astropath a headache now. Be careful, you’ll trip into the spikes. Oh, Emperor, is Barrow here? I can’t wait to stab HER for those lies she said about me! Do you know, Jerrack- that was your name wasn’t it? She claimed I was a PIRATE. A pirate! As if everything I do that someone could find out about isn’t at least partially legal by Imperial law! The Ma’Kao dynasty does NOT pirate!:
Rogue Trader GM (GM): why
do I keep
what am I DOING
Jerrick, it is Lee.
Danielle Seamus: who knew Lee was a secret psyker
Jerrick Kamris: “How childish,” is all he replies.
Lee: “Chil- YOU WORK FOR BARROW.”
Danielle Seamus: “Lady Sun Lee? The Rogue Trader?”
Lee: “Yes, ‘Daniel’ or whatever your name was.Why did I even let Dracul talk me into that?”
Jerrick Kamris: “And yet you’re the one throwing tantrums. Childish.”
Danielle Seamus: Harbinger’s face scrunches up. “With a reputation that overstates her competence, if she’s wound up imprisoned here.”
“Also, probably because it was unthinkably lucrative.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Lee pokes Jerrick in the shoulder. “I am working out my aggression. There was a slight miscalculation. It has been known to happen. Even to moi.”
Lee: “It was EXTREMELY lucrative, I do have to admit. It still is, if I can ever get out of here to reap the rewards.”
“But I suppose lesser humans wouldn’t think of stealing an STC under the noses of the Eldar.”
rolling 1d100 v 63 Deceive “That would be practically unthinkable.”
Lee: “Oh for… Really? REALLY?”
Danielle Seamus: the best way to tell people the truth
Rogue Trader GM (GM): I’m pretty sure failed deceives are sarcasm checks
Mordecai:“It is rightfully the property of the Administratum Mechanicum.”
Lee: “And it will be when I sell it to- wait, you’re new. What happened to that other Tech-priest? The one with the voice that sounded like he was dancing on the edge of madness?”
Danielle Seamus: “I’m doubting it’s even worth the trouble, personally.”
Lee: “The one Dracul always raved about?”
Jerrick Kamris: “He died. Painfully, I hope.”
Mordecai:“I am Genetor Mordecai Mordecai. My predecessor Jevican Draklinus danced at the edge of madness until he fell off, then he was dealt with as the heretek he was.”
Kamris: “Ah, a silver lining. I don’t suppose you were sent here by your master to get me out, Seamus…? Because if so, I take back everything bad I ever said about you. Most of it, anyway.”
Mordecai:jerry why are you
Jerrick Kamris: why AM i
Rogue Trader GM (GM): I typed
I hate Roll20
Lee: “Throne, what is WITH tech-priests and heresy?”
Mordecai:“It would be less frequent if we knew.”
Danielle Seamus: “Everything in its due time, my Lady. I can get you out of here… contingent on you giving me information on the STC’s location.”
Lee pokes Jerrick in the shoulder again. “Can you stop pouting and use your mind powers to get us out of here? What are you even waiting for?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): is that another deceive check I see Danielle
Danielle Seamus: I believe I can!
I’m not intentionally lying about anything
Jerrick Kamris: “Do you honestly think they’d put me in a room where my abilities were still functional?” Jerrick looks up to Lee’s voice. “Even Eldar aren’t that stupid.”
Lee: “I wouldn’t be surprised. These Eldar seem to not understand psykers as much as their sistren, you know. The little psychotic darlings torture them, mostly.”
Jerrick Kamris: “They certainly do. They put me in a room with you, after all,” Jerrick says dryly.
Danielle Seamus: “I’d characterize them more as Eldar-lite.”
“Maybe we should call these the Light Eldar?”
Mordecai:“I will make a note of that for possible future classification.”
Lee: “As for the STC- No, Seamus, that’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. Well, if that’s the price i must pay, so be it. I heard about it from a planet of the most incompetent Mechanicum members I’ve ever seen. The Cult of the Serrated Blade have it- their Succubus has it as a trophy. A nasty piece of work, she is.I did some digging- she murdered the previous Barrow. What is with her family line, anyway? 5000 years of nothing then Alexandria and ‘N’. Also, what kind of name is… oh, whatever.”.
“She carries it around her- the archeotech looks like a crown of gold.I’m not sure how it works. I don’t think the Eldar can even use it- she just likes taunting humans who recognise it.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): *their leader
Lee wouldn’t know what a Succubus is, my bad >_>
Kahnak Rith: “That would be the one who will fight in the arena we are going to, I think? That makes finding her simple, if we wish to endure it.”
Danielle Seamus: “That’s one down. We need to excel and somehow draw her out.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “Yes, I was planning to enter a team in their stupid arena. I got backstabbed. And not even by…” She trails off. “Anyway. That’s about the size of it.”
Kahnak Rith: “We kill until she comes out or there is no one left. Seems easy to me.”
Danielle Seamus: “Kamris, try to send and receive updates from the Sojourn whenever you’re not being impeded. We need to coordinate as best as we can.”
“And not quite, Kahnak Rith. We can’t just slaughter everyone in sight. They want to see a… spectacle.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (Alright, Kamris, sent your message?_)
Jerrick Kamris: “I’ll do what I can,” Jerrick says distantly, his expression carefully neutral ever since the mention of the succubus.
(i sent a message on the way to the cells, i’ll send another one whenever we get out and i can tho)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Alright
BARROW AND MANDALA
You get Jerrick’s message.
Captain N. Barrow: What message
Harbinger: ‘Dracul is on Commoragh. Find out any information you can on him. Also investigate this ’Hierarch’ and ‘Kaptin’. Both are likely rivals of the Cult of the Serrated Blade and could be instrumental in bringing them down.’
and then anything else Jerrick wanted to add
Captain N. Barrow: “That mostly sounds boring Mandy, you can do it. Serrated Blade thingy sounds interesting though.”
“Maybe I can become their cult leader.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (has anyone told Barrow yet)
(who they ARE)
Alright I need to take that half hour break now
Decide what you’re doing Barrow by the time I come back!!!
Harbinger: Barrow was right there in-character
Kahnak Rith: maybe barrow is just barrowing
Harbinger: if dauros isn’t paying attention I can’t literally repeat every single thing
or to be more accurate I emphatically will not
Captain N. Barrow: The cult is the actual pirates that took her wasn’t it
I think that sounds right.
Jerrick Kamris: they’re the ones that captured us and tortured us for years
Captain N. Barrow: I will not rescind her comments
Cult leaders don’t always lead to good things!
Mandala Sigyn: sorry, didn’t see it was my time to talk
“Well, this is interesting,” Mandala says. “It appears Lee is down there as well.”
“And we’re supposed to look for this ‘Hierarch’ and… ‘Kaptin?’ Is that spelled… oh, orks. Of course.”
Captain N. Barrow: I don’t think we know Lee is down there.
Harbinger: (you MIGHT if Jerrick added that to the message)
(I’d ask him)
Mandala Sigyn: (brb)
Jerrick Kamris: (well if i had a chance to send a second message i would have added that in)
(but i would’ve had to send the first message before i got in the cell and thus didn’t know she was there at that point)
Harbinger: well we’ll presumably be removed at some point so it just depends on when they move us to wherever
Jerrick Kamris: yeah
Captain N. Barrow: Dangit
I’m being abducted
Jerrick Kamris: rip
Rogue Trader GM (GM): BACK
Oh Mandala’s gone now
Barrow, what do you do?
Kahnak Rith: barrow
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Oh
Did any of the prisoners want to do anything further?
Danielle Seamus: I’ll bash myself into the walls to self-flagellate myself for today.
rolling 1d100 v 33 boing boing
Kahnak Rith: you did it
Danielle Seamus: It somehow does not wound me.
Jerrick Kamris: i’ll stare at the wall and by the wall i mean nothing because i can’t see :D
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Well then
Kahnak Rith: I’ll think about glorious arena food.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): I guess we could CALL it for today instead?
Have I been outhgmed
Kahnak Rith: we do seem to be missing a lot of people
Danielle Seamus: not for the ARENA
Kahnak Rith: true
the ground team’s all here
Rogue Trader GM (GM): yeah but mandala/barrow shenanigans happen BEFORE that
Danielle Seamus: and we’ve never shot anything out of sequence
Kahnak Rith: that just means you have to do it in such a way as to preserve space-time
Rogue Trader GM (GM): I guess you can get shipped to the planet FIRST
also Jerrick cannot tell Barrow about Lee right now
he only met Lee when he entered the psyker cage
Jerrick Kamris: ya
im just sayin’
when i get the chance
Danielle Seamus: you have to advance the plot sephs
Jerrick Kamris: i’m doin it
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Alriiiight
Danielle Seamus: no matter how much you want to never end the campaign
Rogue Trader GM (GM): It’s the dawn of a new day
Jerrick Kamris: 72 hours remain
Rogue Trader GM (GM): You get some painful sleep on metal floors overnight.
Danielle Seamus rises off the keening metal floor, panting smoke as sweat runs down her temples.
Jerrick Kamris: hey this is pretty comfortable compared to what they gave me last time i stayed with deldar
didn’t even have a continental breakfast that time, the savages
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The slave trainer, an Eldar who speaks entirely through a servile human with its eyes torn out, tells you to wake up and prepare to die, as you’re being shipped to Comorragh.
Danielle Seamus: “How polite of them.”
Kahnak Rith rises. “They are honest.”
Eldar: “You are lucky,” he says through his translator. “Your skills need to be sharp to impress. The normal torture has been skipped. Praise the Dracon, the soon-to-be-Hierarch for her forgiveness.”
Danielle Seamus : MENTAL NOTE
Mordecai:“This would be awful if I could still feel pain.” Mordecai mutters, rising.
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick just shuffles out wordlessly.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): A group of human slaves of apparent slight superiority try and herd you out of your cells, using shock sticks and wielding devices of more intricate make that look like whips. The Eldar soldier steps back, rolling his eyes and holding a piece of fabric to his nose.
Harbinger: eye rolling, the universal language
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Jerrick, as soon as you step out, a slave affixes a collar to your neck; you only have time for a short message in your freedom before your blindness returns.
rolling 1d100 can i get it out in time
Kahnak Rith: that’s our minmaxy
Rogue Trader GM (GM): What do you say?
Jerrick Kamris: I’ll tell them sun lee is here, and that the leader of the serrated blade has the STC and wears it like a crown
idk if there was anything else
we needed to get out
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Alright
The rest of you are also blindfolded. Rith has an entire mask, filled with pungent chemicals that erase her ability to smell (-40 to any smell test/tracking)
The eldar marches you forward, until you end up in some echoing surface that feels like the same ground you were on in the Craftworld. Your blindfolds are removed, revealing you to be in a small room on a wraithbone vessel, a small window showing Penance’s moon and the world below it.
Eldar: “We destroyed it, you know. The creatures of so-called law died screaming to the last. Penance. What a human name; disgustingly puritanical. Punishment is to be enjoyed.”
rolling 1d100 surprise wp test
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Welp
Jerrick Kamris: welp
Danielle Seamus lunges violently at the heretical declaration.
rolling 1d100 charging tackle attack
Rogue Trader GM (GM): 18 dodge
He lazily moves out of the way.
And then you’re dogpiiled by a horde of human slaves.
Danielle Seamus: “For the Em- AUGH”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): …can hordes do stunning attacks
Harbinger: they can grapple
I won’t win
Rogue Trader GM (GM): 83
rolling 1d100 opposed grappy
Rogue Trader GM (GM): xd
Danielle Seamus: I have Str 33 atm
power-armorless and all
Jerrick Kamris: twinsies
Rogue Trader GM (GM): You are grappled. They rough you up for a bit while the Eldar smiles and then tie up your arms.
(Take one level of fatigue)
oh god that rogue trader escape artist skill
Harbinger: we meet again, contortionist
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Did Mandala get that mutation, I need to check
Eldar: “Stupid. You try that again, I will kill you. As long as the Kroot makes it there, nothing matters.”
There is not the slightest bit of a shudder as the ship leaves its moorings, heading to the opposite side of the planet.
Danielle Seamus: Harbinger’s eyes blaze as she struggles sullenly against her bonds.
Eldar: “Slaves. It is the Dracon’s wish that you see the heart of the universe with your own eyes. It is a gift that should not be wasted on filthy mon’keighs. Bask in the glory of Commorragh!”
Kahnak Rith: im popular
Jerrick Kamris: Jerrick says nothing, staring eyelessly at what he can only assume is a wall.
Harbinger: (can’t stop laughing)
Danielle Seamus: Dani’s eyes widen as the scenery comes into focus.
Kahnak Rith: Rith stares with the same hungry expression she’s been trying to keep up.
Mordecai:Mordy is like ‘whoa’
There is no warning as the ship enters the webway, re-appearing next to a port that looks the size of a planet- a collection of spikey asteroid-like facilities, linking together through physical tunnels and what looks like webway portals of enormous scale. As the ship turns, though, you can see this is merely the fraction of the size of this city, against a backdrop of kaleidoscope colours are a multitude of planet-sized cities floating in the webway, giant ships looking like ants as they flit between the ‘outposts’. On a conservative estimate, this so-called city must have a population of trillions.“Welcome to Commorragh, aliens.” The Eldar chuckles. “It will be the last sight you will ever see.”
Mandala Sigyn: (sorry about that, got dragged off to dinner)
Danielle Seamus: “…that Eldar said their race was DYING!!!”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): MEANWHILE BACK ON THE SOJOURN
Danielle Seamus can’t conceal her indignation.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (‘the REAL eldar’)
The astropaths report to you, Mandala, of a final stunted message from Choir-Master Kamris:
Jerrick Kamris: I’ll tell them sun lee is here, and that the leader of the serrated blade has the STC and wears it like a crown
And then that they lost contact.
Mandala Sigyn relays that info to Barrow.
Mandala Sigyn: “So what’s our plan of attack?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (barrow has been kidnapped by rig people or tornadoes or something)
(It’s all up to you!)
Mandala Sigyn furrows her brow.
Mandala Sigyn: “Okay, so here’s how it pans out: we need to get the Heirarch and Kaptin to fight alongside us… without the Dracon knowing about it. Also, we need to track down Dracul. How do we handle that?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Barrow shrugs again, putting you in charge of investigative matters
Sanctity: “My Lady,” Sanctity announces herself as she enters the room with a deferential bow, “your appointment with the detestable xenos on the ‘Woe to the Conquered’ is nearly here.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): (Is it)
Mandala Sigyn: (it is?)
(and what’s the Woe to the Conquered?)
Kahnak Rith: (the deldar ship)
Harbinger: (the flagship of the Dracon)
(the one that will take you to Commorragh for the Games)
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Sanctity opines you have a little time actually
If you wanted to do something else
but it’d better not take too long!
(Suck it Karma)
Harbinger: (all I wanted was to try and convey the plot)
Jerrick Kamris: time for some info gatherin’
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Sanctity overhears your deliberations with the captain, and also shrugs. “If you wanted to find out about a foul xenos, I suppose you’d ask a foul xenos! But we’ve lost all ours! THANK THE EMPEROR.”
Mandala Sigyn: “…Not all of them, though I’d rather not unseal the Amunet at this time… Hmm. Has Isha decided to sneak on board again?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): There does not appear to be extra eldar psykers on board THIS time.
Jerrick Kamris: we do still have a crazy tau
Rogue Trader GM (GM): There’s also a fairly low number of psykers on Penance’s moon, as well, considering it’s supposed to be crawling with Eldar.
And Sanctity doesn’t know about the crazy Tau
Mandala Sigyn: “…One moment. I need to go check something.” Mandala goes to find the tau prisoners in the brig.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The water caste gets up immediately in his cell as you enter, promising the world and more from the Tau Empire with his safe return.
Mandala Sigyn: “Yes, yes,” Mandala says. “But first, I require your assistance.”
“I need to know what you know about the Heirarch of Commoragh, as well as a… ‘Kaptin’ something. With a K.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): “Oh? Well, I will be happy to help such a gue’la such as yourself, one who honours promises and deals and does not keep prisoners for no purpose! A Hierarch is a high ranking Eldar- EXTREMELY trustworthy; we have had many dealings with such a person and despite her unwillingness to join the Greater Good she has not yet done us wrong!”
Tau: “I BELIEVE it is the equivalent of what you humans call ‘Peers’.”
“As for the curious mangling of gothic, I see you are dealing with an orkoid creature. Kill it. There is no communication possible with such creatures, no diplomacy. It is regretable.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): He shakes his head, a frown on his face that doesn’t seem to want to reach his eyes.
<70 Forbidden Xenos check to see if he’s lying
Harbinger: probably get a bonus because of the ease of that check
so it might pass
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Yeah
He doesn’t appear to be straight up lying, but hr’s holding something back about the Eldar.
…He also has an extreme hatred for Orks, which might be colouring his opinion of them!
On the other hand, Orks.
Mandala Sigyn: “You… aren’t telling me something about the Eldar.”
“I need honesty, because I’m about to go over to their ship, and if I don’t come back in one piece, you get a visit to the interrogation room.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): He scratches his head in a practiced, human gesture. “This is conjecture, but… there is something about them that turns the stomach. I did not want to mention this without proof, but I fear the Eldar engage in a lot of ork-like promotion in their society. It would suggest to me that a Hierarch could be very ruthless if the mood suited them and could even, Tau’va forbid, be capable of DECEIT.”
He whispers the last word.
“They spend a lot of time watching for assassination from their subordinates, I believe. Especially the Dracons.”
Mandala Sigyn: “I… see. And yes, these particular Eldar are of a peculiar sort, the kind that like whips and iron maidens.”
“And what of the Kaptin? Are they always unreasonable?”
Tau: “…They’re orks. Of course they are. They are fit for nothing but extermination. Oh, some of them pretend to be civilised- have their ‘boyz’ act as messengers, send crude threats- but they are animals. Animals, to the last squig.”
Mandala Sigyn: “That… can still be useful.”
“Alright, I think it’s time for me to get going. And don’t make any trouble; the guards are ordered to shoot on sight if you try anything.”
Tau: “Oh DEAR.”
Mandala Sigyn: “Yes. Given the circumstances of your capture, you’re already on thin ice. We are not inclined to be sympathetic to you in any case.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Sanctity voxes down that it’s time.
Mandala Sigyn heads on up to move to the eldar ship.
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Mandala, you, Jake and Barrow are escorted via shuttle to a raider-sized red ship with a shape like a pincer-claw of some ferocious xenobeast. You are immediately escorted to the deck by the snake-men, through smokey corridors of incense and the sounds of screaming creatures echoing from the bottom of the ship. You end up in some sort of giant viewport room, a translucent wall showing the space outside, with images on the solid walls showing previous space battles where the still-living crew of alien ships spilled screaming into the void.
The Eldar Dracon is waiting, along with a bodguard of eldar pirates, dressed in a more form-fitting dress that still happens to be covered in fresh blood. “Oh, slave trader. I am delighted you could still come. And the other two of you, I suppose. Please make sure your subordinates don’t make a mess, I just had this room cleaned of offal.”
Mandala Sigyn: “I do not believe that will be a concern,” Mandala said.
Mandala Sigyn looks out the window. “So, what happens now?”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): The ship disappears from realspace in a blink.
There is no warning as the ship enters the webway, re-appearing next to a port that looks the size of a planet- a collection of spikey asteroid-like facilities, linking together through physical tunnels and what looks like webway portals of enormous scale. As the ship turns, though, you can see this is merely the fraction of the size of this city, against a backdrop of kaleidoscope colours are a multitude of planet-sized cities floating in the webway, giant ships looking like ants as they flit between the ‘outposts’. On a conservative estimate, this so-called city must have a population of trillions.
Elvaria: “Welcome to the city of blood. There will be enough to fill the streets after your slaves are done, little slave trader.” She smiles. “Especially after you help me kill the Hierarch.”
Rogue Trader GM (GM): END
Unless Barrow is back
Kahnak Rith: xp
Rogue Trader GM (GM): DOESN’T LOOK LIKE IT
Mandala Sigyn: cool
thanks for running, GM
Rogue Trader GM (GM): Thanks for playing everyone
Kahnak Rith: thx for bein a friend
Rogue Trader GM (GM): np np
Jerrick Kamris: thanks for thanking us