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Imperial Kill Counter

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I'll start:

 

My group has killed:

6 Stormtroopers (1 Unit)

8 Imperial Customs Agents

 

Member(s) have been present for the death of:

16 Stormtroopers (Killed by Bothan Commandos)

2 Officers (Killed by Bothan Commandos)

 

Vehicles destroyed:

1 Armored Personnel Carrier (Destroyed by Bothan Commandos)

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I wont go into detail about our campaign, but we have just ran into our first group of Imperials.

 

18 Stormtroopers

1 Captain

1 Crash landed Imperial Scout Ship (Vaporized)

2 TIEs 

 

Party Deaths

1 PC Droid Slicer/Outlaw Tech

1 NPC Pilot (possible rebel / resistance fighter)

Edited by Dex Vulen

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My crew has done in 40 storm troopers, 8 officers, 3 Lambda shuttles, and 11 Tie Fighters.

Hmm... Hey are going to need a new ship with a different VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).

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Pahleeze!  It was a sign from Gozer!

 

"Gozer the Traveler. He will come in one of the pre-chosen forms. During the rectification of the Vuldrini, the traveler came as a large and moving Torg! Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the McKetrick supplicants, they chose a new form for him: that of a giant Slor! Many Shuvs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you!"

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Twelve Death Stars and 8 Super Star Destroyers.

 

Edit: Sarcasm of course. But if someone is running a Monty Haul campaign it wouldn't be really fair to compare kill lists.

Edited by Sturn

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4 Ties, 5 stormtroopers, 6 Imp customs agent and 8 Imperial Naval personal, including a Lieutenant Commander directly.

 

They also aided in stealing a Nebulon-B from a port. (A couple of the character had obligation of favors owed to a black-market ship dealer who needed a Neb-B for a customer and called them in as part of the boarding party. We tied it in as a side story to one of our old Saga campaigns where the old party had purchased a Nebulon-B on the black market about 1 ABY, which is the time we're at now in the current campaign, from a ship dealer whom they had saved from a hit team sent by a rival earlier in the campaign.)

Edited by RogueCorona

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Twelve Death Stars and 8 Super Star Destroyers.

 

Edit: Sarcasm of course. But if someone is running a Monty Haul campaign it wouldn't be really fair to compare kill lists.

Well, my guys didn't do it all at once...  That was like 5 really big fights...  

 

Never the less, there's no shame in barely being able to take down a few minions...

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As a PC In this system, I've managed to take down maybe eight stormtroopers, badly injured a stormtrooper sergeant and an Imperial agent, and then blown up a couple of TIE Fighters.  Not too impressive, but then the only PCs I've played that have squared off against Imperials were a slightly sugar-addled Force-sensitive street rat and a Wookiee Sharpshooter.

 

Back in Saga Edition, I had a Legacy Era Jedi whose Sith-Imperial body count was rather extreme by campaign's end, including several high-ranking Sith Lords (Krayt and Wyyrlok III included), an assist on taking out a Star Destroyer by ramming a frigate into the side of it, and capping the whole mess off with causing Korriban to go kaboom when a Dark Side-powered Force death weapon backfired on the Sith... literally.  I'd say Zayne had progressed from the "Wanted Alive" to "Wanted Dead or Alive" to "We Don't Want Him!" to "Person of Mass Destruction" by the time the campaign (a modified version of Dawn of Defiance) had wrapped up :D  Given one of his in-party nicknames was "Telekinetic Wrecking Ball", having "destructive savior" tendencies on par with Harry "the building's on fire and it was not my fault" Dresden, it's not too surprising actually.  And in a way, I'm glad that EotE/AoR can't allow for a character to recreate those kind of shenanigans, and hope that F&D doesn't change that when it comes out.

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My PC group has killed 3 ISB agents (but we don't know that yet). Before I joined they likely eliminated 2 Ties and 3 Stormtroopers in Mos Shuta.

 

The group I GM has killed 0. They ran from the Stormtroopers in Mos Shuta rightfully so & I completely forgot about the 2 Ties. But they want to go to Kashyyyk to bury the Wookie pelts in the cargo hold of the Krayt Fang so I imagine the Stormtrooper count will jump.

 

PC:

3 ISB agents, 3 Stormtroopers, 2 Ties

 

GM:

2 Ties

Edited by InOzWeTrust

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But they want to go to Kashyyyk to bury the Wookie pelts in the cargo hold of the Krayt Fang...

This is a very nice bit of player input.

Edited by Brother Orpheo

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Please use hard numbers. In a week or two I want to do a tally.

Ah, in that case, my group has, by hand, killed 6 Imperial Army scout troops (not scout troopers, just army troops out scouting), say 8 Stormtroopers, has shot an officer, has slashed the back of the captain of the above mentioned scouts, has killed three Jet Troopers (Stormtroopers with jet packs), has blown up I'd say about 3-5 TIE Fighters, has flipped an Imperial scouting vessel so it crashed upside down on the ground, has blown up the bridge and hangar door of a space station (the hangar door got an officer and 2 maintenance workers killed in the process, and the bridge likely held a captain with a crew of 10-20), and has shot up an Imperial shuttle.

They also sent an astromech droid to blow up the life support on the above mentioned space station, and succeded, but since it was a droid I don't know if it counts as much.

Expect to see some Scout Troopers and ISB Agents added when we play BtR.

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For my PC's, the tally is running at about 9 stormtroopers, 1 imperial intelligence agent (maybe...), about 4 TIE fighters and 4 naval troopers (one of which they sold into slavery).

 

The naval troopers were my favourite, as they defeated them with nothing more than orange jump-suits and binders on their way to Kessel.

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After only a month of playing still none.

 

Sure, they were present when a few troopers got shot, but my players are far too busy to get their ship fixed and get their business startet.

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1 TIE Fighter.

 

That is it. We are not a very combat-heavy group, I guess.

 

Unless you count the swoop gang, the counterfeiters, and their droids. Droids seem to get the worst of it. And those insect people with the hive mind thing. Oooh. Now there's a body count. And bounty hunters. All sorts of bounty hunters. If they would pay their debts, there would not be so many bounty hunters, though I suppose they are controlling the bounty hunter population as much as their bounties are bringing new ones to the gig.

 

But for some reason, the group runs from stormtroopers. I think because they show up in groups of six and shout things like: "Halt in the name of the Empire!" or "There they are! Blast them!"

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We're up to 51 personal (including TIE Pilots and ship or shuttle crew and passengers), 6 TIEs and a shuttle. After finishing a job we were flying away with our new fighter, which our employer had bought from the corrupt head of a local Imp Impound yard when a damaged Star Destroyer arrived announcing it was putting into port. The head of the Impound yard panicked and reported the fighter stolen but the only forces in position to intercept us were a flight of TIEs escorting a shuttle full of naval personal coming in for leave. We downed two of the TIEs and the GM ruled that one of those went out of control and hit the shuttle before blowing.

 

If we counted kills from older systems just the current group alone has downed somewhere around 2 or 3 Imperial Sector fleets from all the D6 D20 or Saga campaigns where we've been captain and officers of capital ships belonging to the Alliance, New Republic, CIS Holdouts, privateers for the aforementioned groups, or pirates in the GCW era, and the times each player was captain of a ship or leader of a ship's fighter wing or ground troops in a taskforce belonging to the Alliance with one PC as Task Force commander.

 

My original Star Wars D6 group brought down a decent chunk of a sector fleet as well in the time I was with it. 15 or 16 Star Destroyers, a couple of SSDs and I don't know how many smaller capships, fighters or ground troops.

Edited by RogueCorona

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I haven't been counting. I think they've done in about two dozen Imperial Army troopers (I use baseline Stormtrooper stats to be basic Army troops and save the word Stormtrooper for the specialists) and probably a half dozen TIE Fighters. I'm probably forgetting a few encounters.

 

More importantly, though, my party has wrecked a lot of local law enforcement. One time they were trying to get a Thermal Detonator for a mission and they rolled Despair on the Streetwise check. So sure enough, the prospective seller was a Sector Ranger backed up by a dozen highly trained local officers. They had the option to try and talk their way out of it, but they didn't, saying something along the lines of "well, there's a Detonator here... we just have to kill some cops and take it." They did. There were consequences. But when I want to remind them just how callous of killers they are, I just remind them of that day with the 13 police officers who probably had families who will never see them again... because it was an expedient way to get a Thermal Detonator.... (all in good fun, of course).

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