What a Bunch of A-Holes

Escape from Mos Shuuta!
A daring escape from the grasp of a vile Hutt

ESCAPE FROM MOS SHUUTA

It is a period of unrest and opportunity in the galaxy. The Galactic Empire struggles to maintain control in the midst of civil war. Meanwhile, scoundrels and smugglers, explorers and expatriates, and fringers of all types scramble for a living on the Outer Rim of the Galaxy.

On the desert world of TATOOINE, a few renegades have run afoul of local crime boss, TEEMO THE HUTT. Trapped in the backwater spaceport of MOS SHUUTA, the renegades have no choice but to find a way off the planet by any means necessary…

We join the heroes as they are darting through back alleys of Mos Shuuta, after having just made their escape from the palace of Teemo the Hutt. The heat and the trials of having to free themselves from the slimy clutches of the Hutt have taken their toil. As they spy their destination, the Lucky Bantha cantina, they can hear the grunts and squeals of the pursuing Gamorreans approach from down a nearby alley. If they can avoid capture, the owner of the cantina, a Devaronian named Viss, promised to help them secure passage off the planet.

They quickly run down the steps of the cantina’s entrance, the cool air a respite from the relief from the scorching Tatooine sun, and their eyes adjust to the sudden dimness of the interior. A Devaronian stands behind the bar polishing glasses, his smile intimidating. On a stage in the far corner from the entrance, a lithe Twi’lek dancing girl dances to the jizz music being pumped through the cantina’s speakers. Private booths line the walls and various tables and chairs are scattered across the cantina floor. What few patrons are there are paying more attention to the dancer than the group that just entered the establishment. The one or two that actually cast glances in the party’s direction soon turn their attention back to the cheap drinks in front of them and the dancer on the stage.

With the sounds of the pursuing Gamorreans approaching, the party quickly looks for hiding spots in the cantina. Dolmin and Marcellus are motioned behind the bar by Viss and take shelter in a small closet while Jez, Rodriq, and Tereez run backstage, ignoring the annoyed look shot their direction by the dancer. Ciirpiir ambles over to one of the private booths and sits down and attempted to act casual. Several seconds after the last of the group attempted to hide, seven Gamorreans burst in through the cantina’s entrance. They slowly begin to prowl through the cantina searching for their quarry. All seven turn and look towards Ciirpiir who, despite all attempts to look like he belonged, was sweating like a

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