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REBEL FORCES (poster 4 of 4):THE BETRAYAL OF THE TRANDOSHAN HIT-SQUAD

REBEL FORCES (poster 4 of 4):THE BETRAYAL OF THE TRANDOSHAN HIT-SQUAD

REBEL FORCES (poster 4 of 4):THE BETRAYAL OF THE TRANDOSHAN HIT-SQUAD by AriaGunnir
REBEL FORCES (poster 4 of 4):THE BETRAYAL OF THE TRANDOSHAN HIT-SQUAD by AriaGunnir

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Adventure Outline: As I mentioned, upon our first rendezvous with the Alliance to report Ikcin's disappearance, we heard that Aria's comrade, Karnic Foe (Trandoshan, lower right hand corner), was missing. The last thing that anyone found was a coded recording. After CT 3PO (not shown here) decrypted it, we all heard a distorted voice stating,
 
"Remember Onderon? My wife? Murder? Remember Urska? The past is
about to blow up in your face, Major Karnic."

 
Urska, it turned out after an extensive search through the SpyNet, was Karnic's mate. The Bothan (not shown here) that gave us this information led us to a certain warehouse district on Onderon, because apparently the spies had last seen Karnic in that area. Our contact there took us to the site.
 
What we ended up seeing made our blood ran cold: Karnic was trussed up on an altar, and there was Tarc (upper right hand corner with Hit-Squad), along with several other Trandoshans from the Trandoshan Hit-Squad (which, it turns out, is the unit Karnic was from before he gave it up and joined the Alliance)... This was all news to us (er, that is, he was a very private reptile and uh, also, we hadn't developed as much of a history with this character) and while that was sinking in we found out why Tarc had tied up the Trandoshan: he was going to kill him! Aria (lower left hand with Crovax, Velexa and Umi) tried to stop them, but we had to hold her back because there were too many of them. In reality, Tarc had killed his own wife because she had found out about his plans to wipe out the senate: the Hit-Squad was a highly skilled team of assassins, their targets: senators and high seats of government. Tarc had tricked them all into thinking Karnic had murdered Tarc's wife, and with the Hit-Squad, vengence was dealt with accordingly. So the knife came down, us all helplessly watching. And of course, Tarc got away, AGAIN!
 
That is what Lt. Umi Rom, head of the mission, reported in her Field Notes to the Alliance.
 
(It turns out that it wasn't really Karnic, but we had to keep that confidential from even the Alliance at his request. The reason being was because Karnic went into his own protection program -- to raise his only remaining son. He wore a silver mask and told us to call him Acroyer Zar-Karza. The Trandoshan that was killed was, in fact, Karnic's brother who had a terminal illness, and was therefore willing to die for something honourable rather than a disease he couldn't see)...

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DocOck on February 26, 2007, 7:02:01 AM

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DocOckwow. I luv it.it looks awesome.

AriaGunnir on February 26, 2007, 10:32:42 AM

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AriaGunnirThanks very much... I invested so much time in them that I had to take a break... Now, after several Non-Star Wars projects, I am doing another poster, but it's independent from these four and a LOT smaller! *phew*  Hopefully I will get it done before I leave town for training for a new job this coming weekend...

Daennika on December 5, 2006, 8:50:58 PM

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DaennikaInteresting piece! I'm not into that sort of online games or RPGs but your picture is just awesome! Lovely coloring! =)

AriaGunnir on December 5, 2006, 9:24:25 PM

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AriaGunnirThank you kindly:  it is a little bit more washed out than the original.  This is scanned, and that was feat unto itself, too: the original drawing is on a piece of 2 and 1/2 by 3 feet or so Mayfair paper, and my scanner is only a bit bigger than letter-size; it took a lot of time to scan it in sections and then painstakingly blend the sections on a paint program..  But it is worth it to save this info on cyberspace for posterity (assuming the Great Web of Internet still exists in the distant future LOL)...