Par-delà la Bordure

EPISODE I
Par-delà la Bordure

L’Empire est au faîte de sa puissance. La Galaxie est en proie au trouble, mais toutes les occasions sont bonnes à prendre.

Contrebandiers, expatriés, vauriens et explorateurs de tout poil fuient dans la Bordure Extérieure pour trouver liberté, fortune ou gloire. Mais grâce à des agents bien placés, le bras de l’Empire commence à s’y étendre…

Et quand la fin justifie les moyens, certains n’hésitent pas à collaborer. Anciens informateurs impériaux, le Dug Drugah “double-clés”, le savant explorateur Dorden, le loyal mercenaire Drak et le Wookiee Rorwaa ont été appelés au Hangar 13 de la station de tri orbitale de Kessel par l’agente des Renseignements Impériaux Kara Ysard.

Elle a évoqué une légende connue des baroudeurs, le nom d’un ancien Vaisseau Trésorier, le Sa Nalaor

Alors qu’ils s’apprêtent à la retrouver, une corvette d’assaut impériale VT-49 Decimator arrive également en vue de la station…

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