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Kymrel

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  1. Sadly, due to personal reasons, I'm going to have to pull out of this game. Thanks @Rabobankrider and all you wonderful players for a fun game and best of luck with it in the future.
  2. I suggest the clones open fire on unengaged super-droids. Please don't shoot my cute little B1 droids (the one Anler is engaged with)...
  3. Anler goes for the nearest target, a squad of B1 droids that are leveling their blasters at him as he charges in. He deflects a couple of shots before plowing into them, cutting down two and kicking a third, nearly causing it to fall on one of its allies.
  4. I'm fine with Anler taking his turn late. Since you uncivilized clones will probably want to shoot things before he does the honorable thing and engages in melee. Can we assume Anler has had time to commit his Force Die to Sense, since we are waiting for them?
  5. Who's the coolest mother....?: 2eA+1eP 3 successes, 2 advantage
  6. "Right, that sound like a plan," Anler says distractedly as he waits for Major Zombie to reply. "Lead the way, " he continues, motioning for the clones to follow.
  7. "Yes Master," Anler replies to Master Kenobi, before cutting the connection. He immediately contacts Major Zombie, relaying to him what Kenobi said. "Major, you have the discretion to deploy the troops to evacuate the civilians and advance through the area and to the location indicated by the General," he says. He is glad that the child's mother has managed to find little girl. "You don't need to thank me," he says, "But you need to clear the area, this place isn't safe. Please, return to your home with your little girl," he says. The child pushes her doll into Anler's hands, but he quickly returns it to her mother. "She will need this more than me," he says with a smile. Anler then looks at the Cyclones. "You heard Master Kenobi," he begins before Gunslinger urges him to chuck the toy. "Calm yourself. I could sense no malice in the woman or her child. And besides, I did return the toy to the mother," he says. "I just did it discretely to hide my actions from the little girl. And my crack soldiers, it would seem," he says with a grin. "Let's move out, we clear this area and make our way to these coordinates," he says, showing the others the location indicated by Kenobi. He then leads the way looking for more droids and waiting for Zombie to get back to him with news of the deployment of the rest of the battalion.
  8. Discipline to recover strain: 2eA+2eP 3 successes, 1 advantage, 1 Triumph That's a bit of an overkill to recover one point of strain
  9. Surveying the situation, Anler gets his comlink out of his belt. "We have made some progress, Master Kenobi. We have determined that this is indeed an attack instigated by the Separatists. Apparently several local droids have been modified to attack randomly, and we have just encountered a squad of battle droids," he says. "We will push on and try to ascertain the numbers of the enemy." He puts down his comlink as he waits for a response, and looks at the little girl. "Don't be afraid, little one. Do you know where you mommy is?" He lifts the child onto a crate to allow her to see better, hoping she will either spot her parents or that her parents will spot her. "Cyclones!" he calls to the clones. "Move on and try to see if there are more clankers here. Be careful. I'll be right behind you, just need to make sure this little one is alright."
  10. In the middle of the chaos, Anler notices a little girl who seems to have become separated from her parents. Afraid she might get trampled under the people flocking to the exits of the market place, he decides to trust the clones to deal with the droids and help the little girl. He reaches out with the Force, stretching his left hand towards the girl but holding the lit lightsaber at guard in case the droids target him. Concentrating on lifting her isn't easy, and when he notices that a massive Herglic fleeing the droids knocks over a shop stall which is about to fall on the girl. Panicking, Anler pushes himself further than he normally would and manages to grab the child with the Force, pulling her to him and depositing her behind the boxes he's standing on. "Stay here, you'll be safe behind the boxes. I'll come back for you soon," he says to the child.
  11. Use the Force, Luke - Airlifting little brat out of harm's way: 1eF 1 Dark Side Hm. I'm going to actually flip a DP and take the conflict. Anler sees the child in danger and pushes himself too hard to pull the girl out. I'll get an IC post up soon.
  12. @Rabobankrider, how far away is the child from where Anler is now? Is she within short range? Before anyone asks, no, I'm not planning to shoot her. I might, however, use Move to airlift her out of trouble. Because it would be cool, not because it's a practical thing to do ?
  13. Your call man. Anler isn't going to baby the clones, you make your own decisions. And then face the consequences...
  14. Ion grenades are fine, I thought you were going to do something deadly
  15. Grenade launcher??? You do know we are in a crowded market, right?
  16. Leadership: 1eA+2eP+4eB+3eD+1eS 3 successes, 1 advantage I took the two boosts from Gunslinger and also assumed unskilled assistance from him, hopefully @Edgehawk doesn't mind. For the advantage, perhaps Anler notices something unusual? Or the crowd evacuates somewhat faster?
  17. @Rabobankrider, an IC post for Anler is up, let me know what difficulty you assign to the leadership check. I'll try my best to remember the two boosts from Gunslinger
  18. "We have to clear these people out of here, but also avoid panic," Anler tells the clones as he gets to the market sector. Spying a stack of crates, the Padawan leaps on top of one of the crates to get some elevation. "People, you need to evacuate the area now. This is official Jedi business. Please vacate in an orderly fashion," he shouts, trying his best to project authority and calm. He sees that Gunslinger is trying to direct the traffic and quickly adds: "The clone security guards will assist you with evacuation. Follow their instructions." Although calling the clone troopers security guards is technically not entirely true, Anler figures that it might cause panic to call them troops or soldiers. And they are guarding the locals and trying to help the population remain secure, so it is true. From a certain point of view.
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