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Han Solo had first seen the ship a few years before he’d joined the Rebel Alliance sitting on Nar Shaddaa.  He’d seen her for what she would become someday.  It had been easy to envy what Lando had, but he knew his friend didn’t deserve this ship.
 
He’d been drawn to her, but had never dreamed he would win her in a game.  While he imagined her origins, it had never occurred to him to ask Lando how she got the name Millennium Falcon.
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chapter 1:
 
60 years before the Battle of Yavin at the Corellian Engineering Corporation, Soly Kantt watches the line of YT-1300s being assembled.  It’s already a classic ship despite having been on the market for less than a year. 
 
He’s lost track of how many have come past him, monitoring a display when a tech runs to him to report a faulty control valve on one of the fuel droids.  Kantt jumps up and orders the droid shut down.  The program doesn’t respond and it is not ovveriding either.  The droid continues to pump fuel into YT 492727ZED.  It’s a form of liquid metal that powers the freighters to great speeds.  Kantt notes the fuel cells are about to redline.
 
It’s going to come out hot.  He moves quickly to the data-keeping department where the ship has pushed itself out of line, knocking aside several droids, clipping other ships in line, causing them to spin
 
This has halted the line, piled up droids and caused sounds of molten metal popping against the viewport.  He hopes it’s over and that the ship has exploded, but it’s avoided all that and is moving to the sublight engine testing station.
 
This rogue ship cannot be matched by the sled pilot.  The ship’s sudden twists and firings of the thrusters are intermittent.  To Kannt, it’s as if the ship is deliberating taking evasive action.  The wranglers are finally able to get alongside it and quiet it. 
 
The tech notes that YT had a hero’s birth.  Kantt tells him that it’s just a freighter out of a 100 million.  The tech rather thinks it’s one in a 100 million.
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chapter 2:
 
19 years before the Battle of Yavin, the Battle of Coruscant is raging.  The pilots of YT 492727ZED have slipped it in past a transport.  Jadak and Reeze had hoped this would be ordinary, but the Separatist attack has surprised everyone. 
 
Reeze thinks they should be flying the ship for the private sector, but Jadak tells him that the smuggler life isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.  The Home Fleet has reverted to real space in response to the abduction of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine.  Getting down to the surface of the planet is going to be difficult.
 
They pull up the battle net, spot the Invisible Hand and pick up reports that Jedi Kenobi and Skywalker are aboard with the Chancellor.  Some Republic ships haven’t figured that out and the Guarlara keeps firing on it.  They watch the ship falling apart as it heads into the atmosphere, taking bets on whether it will make it.
 
Following it in is probably their best shot and breaking ground.
 
Though the ship’s escape pods are away, the Hand continues to fly with remarkable skill down to the planet.  Reeze asks if it could be Anakin Skyawlker.  Jadan doubts it’s Palpatine, unless he’s got skills he hasn’t revealed yet.
 
They are followed by a couple of clone fighters that eventually break off to help the Hand which crashes below.  That’s when they are noticed.  Jadak tells Control that they are the Stellar Envoy out of Ralltiir, heading to the Senate Annex.  After providing the authorization code, they are cleared to land at the Senate Building.
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          •    The quip about Palpatine is funny.  Yes, indeed, he does have skills he hasn’t revealed, but we did learn in a couple of books that he was a pretty good pilot, too.
          •    Of course, we know that the Battle of Coruscant took place in Revenge of the Sith
 
 

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chapter 3:
 
The Stellar Envoy lands and the pilots meet with two Senators – Largetto and Des’sein - each representing worlds far from the Core.  A Jedi stands off to the side, waiting, with a toolbox.
 
Des’sein nervously asks if Jadak has the carry case.  Inside, they find exactly what they need and compliment Jadak on his flying.  Senator Fang Zar rushes out to tell them the Chancellor has been returned safely and that Master She’’s friends have, too.
 
Martial law has been rescinded and Count Dooku is dead.  Des’sein reminds them they must continue their plans until they know what the Chancellor’s intentions are.  He asks them to deliver the Stellar Envoy to allies on Toprawa.  An Antarian Ranger named  Folee will take possession of it there.  They are given a code phrase: Restore Republic honor to the galaxy.
 
Reeze explains they’ve grown rather fond of the ship and were hoping to buy it instead.  Fang Zar tells them that the ship itself is vital to the mission.  They will be given funds to get back to the Core and another ship waiting for them when they return. 
 
The Jedi needs to modify the ship first.  It is like a key to restore Republic honor to the galaxy. 
 
Armand Isard watches the crowd gathered to greet the Chancellor when he’s told that the three Senators have taken possessions of a carrycase brought the pilots of an old freighter.  The three in question are known to be members of the Delegation of 2000.   Jedi Master J’oopi She’ is also there.  No intel on what’s in the case. 
 
Isard doesn’t like this idea of a secret meeting, especially with Jedi who have been snopping around lately.  He has shock troopers sent to disrupt the meeting and hold the Senators on some pretext.  Master She will stay out of it if the reason is credible enough.  The couriers should be arrested and charged with possessing a stolen code, impersonating emergency personnel and violating restricted airspace.
 
After getting set up, Jadak and Reeze are preparing to go when Master She tells them that shock troopers are being sent to arrest the Senators.  He’s taking them to safety, but the couriers need to take off now.
 
Jadak and Reeze lift off, knocking off rapelling shock troopers as they go.
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          •    Ah, our good friend Armand Isard, seldom seen, mentioned more often. 
          •    Did the Delegation of 2000 exist at the Battle of Coruscant?  Didn’t that come together when Padme met with several senators later during Revenge of the Sith?
 

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That happened in chapter 2.  For now, the ship is going by the name Stellar Envoy per Jadak.

 

chapter 4:
 
Isard learns that the Senators were tipped off ahead of time.  He has the freighter prioritized.
 
Stellar Envoy takes advantage of the end of the blockade to move quickly through ships, avoiding the V-wings and ARC-170s pursuing them.  Reeze hears they’ve been designated an enemy target.  Jadak brings the ship as close as he can to the Republic cruisers.
 
Knowing the ARCs will keep following them, Jadak decides they will have to throw off the scent and head to Nar Shaddaa instead.  In hyperspace, they wonder what the Jedi installed.  Reeze mentions they could just repair the ship at Nar Shaddaa and keep going.
 
Jadak reminds him that the mission comes first.  If they do their part, it could turn out right in the end.  Reeze protests that this is almost over anyway.  Count Dooku is dead and they might not be needed.  Jadak offers to reconsider if it’s all over by the time they reach Toprawa.
 
When they revert to realspace, the ship dies.  With no way to move or communicate, they cannot get out of the way of a huge Corellian ship moving to leave orbit.  On Nar Shaddaa, the bigger ship gets their way.  Jadak and Reeze are about to eject themselves in an escape pod when the ship comes back online and spirals
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chapter 5:
 
A month later, Stellar Envoy is still on Nar Shaddaa.  Bammy Decree is greeted by a couple of bodyguards for Rej Taunt and ushered into the steam room. 
 
Taunt tells him that he agreed to see him because he got word that Bammy has talent.  He asks about the ship.  Bammy says it’s an old YT-1300, but it’s a classic ’25.  It’s easy to maintain, fuel efficient and low profile.  It does need some work since it was involved in a collision about a month or so back.
 
Taunt knows which one he means.  It hit a huge cruiser after the pilots ejected in a pod and were flatted when the ship spun at the last second.  The ship was hit hard, but it was built for that.  No one else is interested in it.  The core is sound.  Taunt wants bunking for himself and whoever he wants to bring along, as well as secret compartments to keep snoppy customs officials out of the way.  No fancy weapons that might attract pirates, though.
 
Bammy offers to put a transponder on it that will confuse anyone who needs to know which ship it is.  They are ahead of the new Imperial techs anyway.  He’ll leave the name to Taunt.
 
Bammy gets to work on the ship which takes a lot more repair than he’d been led to believe.  His full mechanic staff is back after a month of celebrating the end of the war.  While few here are that enthusiastic about the idea of Emperor Palpatine, most think that Palpatine will spend a lot of time solidifying his power in the Core. 
 
His newest employee – Shug Ninx – has been tasked with finding someone who can provide a new droid brain for the ship.  Sadly, the kid didn’t know that Masel was a bad source.  He’s an arms dealer who worked for both sides during the war. 
 
Masel has a line on some gear from a Separatist tri-fighter.  He’s got someone who can do the tricky conversion for them, but they’ll need the schematics.  Bammy decides to think about it, returns to the freighter and finds one of his techs with a module pulled from the droid brain.  It’s the flight recorder.
 
Bammy spends a lot of time looking through the history of the ship.  It had spent its first 12 years ferrying supplies within the Corellian system where it had developed a reputation for her speed and maneuverability, but also had its quirks, depending on the pilot.  It went through many names, Corell’s Pride, Fickle Flyer, Meetyl’s Misery, giving joy or despair to its pilots.
 
Eventually, the company went bankrupt, sold off its ships and this one went to Kal  and Dova Brigger who named it Hardwired, moving freight with it.  The ship’s hyperdrive was upgraded then.  They eventually got in trouble with the Smugglers’ Confederacy in the Cularin system which resulted in Dova being executed.  Kal renamed the ship Wayward Son and meeting his end when he allied himself with a former smuggler named Stark dealing in bacta on Thyferra.
 
The ship became the property of Republic Group which renamed it Stellar Envoy.  It’s possible that even Jedi piloted it as a holoimage shows Plo Koon, Qui-Gon Jinn and Adi Gallia standing in front of a ship that might be the same one.
 
The last pilot, Jadak, a prizewinning swoop racer, had jumped from Coruscant and had probably been damaged during the flight from the battle only to collide with another ship when it arrived here.  To Bammy, it seems a cruel way for a swoop racer to die.
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          •    The Troiken incident occurred during the Stark-Hyperspace War and is detailed in the Dark Horse Comics’ story of the same name.
          •    Shug Ninx is an early name in the Star Wars EU.  He appeared in Dark Horse Comic' Dark Empire series, then in the Han Solo books The Hutt Gambit and Rebel Dawn.  He was mentioned, but not seen, in the Jedi Eclipse duology.
 

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chapter 6:
 
The ship, now called Second Chance, now belongs to Rej Taunt whose colleague, Lu San, is impressed with the workmanship.  It’s been refitted with living spaces and a galley.  Taunt was so excited to test it out he’d even taken a job from Black Sun that he probably wouldn’t have ordinarily.
 
It had taken 13 years for Black Sun to recover from the assassination of several heads.  There are signs that it’s reorganizing now under Dal Perhi and Xizor.
 
He isn’t excited about dealing with Colicoids, though.  They are insect-like species that sometimes eat their own.  Taunt is advised that he will have to keep from showing his neck. 
 
It doesn’t quite turn out as it should.  Soon, Taunt is fleeing from the system, hoping to erase the incident from his memory.  The meat had barely gotten off-loaded when they were tearing into it.  Somehow, Lu San made the deal happen.
 
Then one of Taunt’s bodyguards stretched his neck to work out a kink in his shoulders and the feeding frenzy resumed.   Lu San tries to intervene, but the Colicoids smelled the fear and tore him apart.  It’s a miracle they got away with the cargo intact. 
 
Sadly, the buzz droids begin disabling the entire ship.
 
Bammy Decree doesn’t understand how Pistoeka sabotage droids got aboard.  Taunt explains he bartered for them, but the important thing is how to deactivate them.  Bammy tells him to shut down the control computer that came with the deal.  Taunt yells that it is off.  They never activated it.  It’s like the droids are trying to reverse all the modifications made.
 
Bammy tells him to bring the Pistoeka control computer online and have it task the droids to revert to standard programming.  After that, jettison all of them.  Taunt will have to get an inventory of all the damage.  Bammy will get the parts and have a ship bring him out so he can make repairs. 
 
He no sooner gets off the comm. when an Imperial Assault ship and a Destroyer escort arrive.  They are being told to prepare for boarding.  The droids have already been jettisoned and Bammy had told them to retask them to their original programming.  His colleague tells him that their original programming was to disable Republic vessels.
 
The escort Destroyer ends up flying into their midst.  Taunt tells the pilot to warn them off, but the Imperials think it’s a trick and are threatening to open fire.  The deflector shields are almost penetrated when an explosion shows outside the viewport.
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          •    We met Dal Perhi in Coruscant Nights #1: Jedi Twilight.  Of course, we all remember Xizor.
 

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In the beginning, there was nothing Han Solo wouldn’t do for his ship, even if it meant rescuing someone from the Corporate Sector that would be able to upgrade her.  His adventure with Doc and his daughter, Jessa, was only one adventure that allowed him to live a life free of piloting Hutt barges. 
 
 
chapter 7:
 
Decades later, Allano Solo sits on the maintenenece access rim calls to her grandmother to try it now.  It doesn’t work.  The Millennium Falcon has found itself pulled out of hyperspace due to an uncharted gravity well.  The power core has shut down.
 
Allana is seven years old, as loved by Leia as her own child.  To the outside world, Allana is the Solo’s child, adopted by them after the death of her parents and using the name Amelia.  In reality, she is their granddaughter, daughter of their late son Jacen and the Queen Mother of Hapes, Tenel Ka.  Court intrigue makes life on Hapes dangerous for Allana anyway, but, it would only increase if it becomes known Allana was the daughter of a Jedi, especially Jacen. 
 
When the Imperial Moffs unleashed a nanovirus intended to kill the Royal Family, Allana had survived, but it was decided to pretend she hadn’t.  Han and Leia have taken her in, intending for her to divide her time with them and the Jedi Academy which has been relocated to Shedu Maad.  That hadn’t worked out as Tenel Ka felt she would be safer with her grandparents and Allana’s hyperactiveness makes it hard for her to sit through lessons.
 
It pains Leia to see so much her son in his daughter. 
 
Allana never speaks of the man who had been her father for a brief time and, at the height of his power, had abducted her.  Leia knows that she hasn’t forgotten about him, but has buried him in her bad memories.  She worries that those memories will be repressed to the point where it will cause problems for Allana later. 
 
It’s similar to what Leia experienced when learning Darth Vader had been her father and fearing her children would follow Anakin Skywalker’s footsteps.  It had happened to Jacen who had once represented a hope to the new Jedi Order before descending into the lust for power that had required his death.
 
It had been necessary, but painful.  She had carried him, given birth to him, nurtured and loved him.  His death haunts her and she feels she failed him. 
 
Allana asks why her grandpa keeps the old ship.  Leia tells her it’s like an album of holoimages that hold memories for the keeper.  This ship reminds him of everything that’s happened. 
 
Han appears, believing the ship has been fixed, and asks what they’re talking about.  Leia admits that they’re talking about the Falcon.  Allan reminds him that her mother gave them a brand-new ship.   Han tells her that the fun of piloting is being responsible for the levels, the gears and the repairs.
 
He knows that there’ve been a lot of them lately.  It’s hard to explain the appeal of this ship to a child who grew up wearing the finest clothing.  She goes to the engineering station and finds a small object in a curved bulkhead.
 
Han’s never seen it before which makes Leia laugh.  Threepio can’t say for certain what it is, but it might be an old transponder or transceiver.  Leia thinks there’s something special about it.  So does Allana.
 
It’s a mystery and Leia thinks they should follow it as they would a treasure map.  It’s been here a long time, maybe even since before he had the Falcon.  Han tells her that it could have also been put there by any number of people who’ve been aboard it since, even spies. 
 
Allana asks who owned the ship before he did.  Leia tells him how he won the ship from Uncle Lando in a card game.  Lando had done the same thing, winning it from a professional gambler at Cloud City, but Han doesn’t know who owned her before then.  He and Chewie tried to find out a few times, but something always got in the way.
 
He’s heard rumors,but doesn’t know which ones are true.  Finding out would be hard because most of them are probably dead by now.  Leia suggests they start with Lando. 
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          •    Han had his adventures rescuing Doc in Han Solo at Stars’ End.
          •    The time is 43 years ABY.  Luke and Leia are about 62, Han is about 72, Lando isn’t any younger, Jaina would be 34.
          •    I want to point something out here.  In Leia’s musings, her son, Jacen, was taken by a lust for power the same as Anakin Skywalker.  She isn’t thinking about how he tried too hard to save the galaxy.  She isn’t thinking about how he loved his daughter so much.  She is thinking in terms of power. 
          •    Also, I’m not sure I can see how Leia finding out Darth Vader was her father is the same as Allana having Jacen for one.  Allana had known Jacen before she knew he was her father, of course, but she loved him as a friend.  Leia had no such positive connection to Vader. 
          •    I’d also like to mention that the Falcon went through a complete overhaul in that one book where Han was complaining about everything from the new carpet on up.  If the Falcon was worked on that completely, why did this transceiver, which we assume is what the Jedi put aboard the ship before Jadak and Reeze took off, never get noticed?
 

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chapter 8:
 
On Obroa-skai, a group of physicians and med droids examine the patient.  They are sure they can bring him back this time.  Dr. Sompa isn’t expecting any surprises here as the patient is in excellent health and has the body of someone half his age.  His colleagues resent his pet project.
 
He thinks they can give this person a chance to live.  His body has been kept alive, his mind has been kept sound.  He’s been given dreams and memories.  If there are psychological problems, they can treat him with therapy. 
 
When the patient’s eyes open, Dr. Somba addresses him as Captain Jadak.  He explains the man has been in a medical facility in a vegative state for a long time.  They kept him in a coma until they were sure his injuries had healed. 
 
They specialize at keeping beings alive long past their normal life spans, but Jadak is a medical miracle.  Jadak can speak, but he has prosthetic legs now.  He is told that Reeze didn’t survive and that they do not know what happened to the ship.  He’s been here for 62 years.
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          * Has he been at Obroa-skai for 62 years?  If so, he’s endured at least one Imperial attack and the Yuuzhan Vong assault and capture of the world.  Does anyone believe he would have survived the latter?

 

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chapter 9:
 
Jadak floats in a bacta tank.  He’d been kept in sedation for the two weeks after he’d emerged from his coma.  He wasn’t allowed to view the HoloNet or look at himself in a mirror. 
 
If he had lived naturally, he would be 93 right now, but he’s merely skipped over 60 years of his life.  Dr. Sompa and his colleague, Dr. Bezant, are always on hand to help him through the difficulties of working through the fake memories he was implanted with.  A wife and children that don’t exist, for example.
 
Now, he’s in the tank, a holoscreen mask on his face, allowing him to learn what has happened over the past six decades.  The Clone Wars were a ploy to eliminate the Jedi and put the galaxy in the hands of a Sith Lord before he was brought down by the son of Anakin Skywalker.  Years of fighting finally put a New Republic in place that lasted until the Yuuzhan Vong invasion which transformed several worlds.  The most recent government, the Galactic Alliance, had been in the hands of another young Jedi who’d embraced the corrupt teachings of the Sith before being replaced by a former Imperial admiral.
 
He learns of the deaths of his many friends and family members.  He almost appreciates his prosthetic legs as they are far better than what others have suffered.  He finally does a search on himself, finding history has been unkind to him.  He did throw a race and betted against himself, but the Hutts had threatened him and his family.   The Republic Group came to him with the need for a pilot who opposed Palpatine’s power-grabbing.
 
He had refused the offer,then had a change of heart.  He’d infiltrated cartels and other organization, doing what he was told and piloting the Stellar Envoy through the thick of many fierce battles.  There are no facts regarding his death.
 
Some of the Republic Group Senators has survived to see the defeat of the Empire, but all of them are dead now.  He cannot remember any of the details up to the accident, though.  Most perplexing, if no one is left alive from the Republic Group, who has been keeping him alive?
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          •    The chapter specifically mentions the Vong seeding Obroa-skai which certainly means that the author hasn’t forgotten the Vong were here.  So, how indeed did a comatose man hooked up to infidel machines survive?
          •    Jadak refers to his time with the Republic Group as serving the Delegation of 2000 throughout the Clone Wars.  But, again, the Delegation, so far as I know, was formed shortly before the end of the Wars by Padme and her colleagues.
 
 
 

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chapter 10:
 
Lando and Tendra greet their friends warmly.  Lando can’t believe Amelia has grown so much in one year.  Thankfully, Allana doesn’t seem thrown by her assumed name.  The Calrissians do not know who she really is. 
 
Lando points out his son, Lando, who’s nicknamed Chance because he’s his father’s lucky star.  Han asks what happened to the cane.  Lando admits his wife convinced him it made him look older than he is.  He was allowed to keep the mustache, though.
 
Allana explains they’re here to find out about everyone who ever owned the Falcon.  Lando admits letting Han win the ship in a card game and suggest they go sailing on his water vessel, the Windchaser.
 
On the bridge, the water flowing beneath them, Lando asks if Han and Leia are alright. Han tells him they’re beginning, too.  Having another child help, but he generally just tries not to think about the past.
 
Lando starts by telling him about Cix Trouvee who had wild swings with his gambling luck.  He was desperate when he used the ship in a game and Lando felt bad about winning it for a short time.
 
He doesn’t know what Cix is now though. 
 
Han asks if business is still good.  Lando tells him that competition has picked up.  The Colicoids are only one of the speices trying to get back into droid-making.  They had been forced to disband under Palpatine, but they claim to have documentation that it was only for a short period of time.  With a new fair-trade agreement, they are petitioning the courts to allow the Colla-Arphocc Automata to operate. 
 
Daala isn’t a fan of insect species at all, but her hands are tied.  Lando has had some dealings with her and thinks she’s trying not to repeat past mistakes. She doesn’t seem to want to be a dictator, especially since star systems seem willing to put their differences behind them.  People are finally figuring out that the Core affects the Outer Rim and vice versa.
 
This isn’t to say that Lando is completely comfortable with her.  He’s not happy with her ties to the Mandalorians or the Remnant.  He often wonders what people were thinking when they put her in office.
 
Han tells him that nothing seemed less sane at the time than his daughter killing his son.  Besides, he and Chewie got even with Daala for what she did to them.  If he was going to take revenge on everyone who’d tortured him over the years, he’d have to start with Leia’s father.
 
Lando opines that the Mon Calamari would rather see a Yuuzhan Vong in office rather than a former Imperial war riminal.  The Jedi aren’t very excited either.  Han admits that Luke isn’t sure where his Order stands either.  Daala doesn’t think a just system requires overseers.  Han himself tries to stay out of it.
 
He does show Lando the old transceiver Allana found.  Lando didn’t install it, so supposes that Cix or someone before him did.  In the meantime, he offers Han the wheel.
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          •    Is there some reason why Lando and Tendra don’t know about Allana’s true story?
          •    I, too, wonder why Daala was made Chief of State.  From Invincible, it sounds like a bunch of planetary leaders or senators or officers or someone decided that Bwua’tu’s suggestion was a good idea.  Isn’t there a general election held?  Wasn’t that what Jacen and Niathal were going to do once the war was over? 
          •    Let me get this straight…the Galactic Court is going to decide whether or not a company can reform based on documentation signed by Palpatine?  Really?  Isn't that kind of like the World Court taking legislation Hitler signed off on in consideration when making its ruling?
 

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chapter 11:
 
Jadak wakes up with the words Alliance for the Restoration of the Republic on his lips.  He gets up, eats, dresses, walks down the corridor, greeting people he can’t avoid.  Sompa warned him there would be frustrating moments, but he can’t get past the idea that he’s left something undone.
 
He’s told that he is requested to head to Dr. Sompa’s office.  Annoyed, he arrives and finds, not the doctor, but an exotic female calling herself Koi Quire with Core Health and Life Insurance.  She tells him that the Republic Group took out a policy on him 62 years ago. 
 
It was a health policy including accident coverage.  She has been sent to deliver his indemnity of 10000 credits.  It’s not a lot after the cost of his treatment, but it’s enough to help him live for about a year on Obroa-skai.  He’d rather not.  He asks where she’s from. She explains that her world was Firrerre which is now a quarantined planet after being poisoned by one of her own who allied to the Emperor.  The lucky ones who escaped slavery found a new life on Belderone.  Jadak doesn’t want to live there either.  She admits she didn’t either. 
 
But she cannot tell him anything about the accident.  He doesn’t understand why Republic Group took out a policy on him or why her company would keep paying for decades while he was in a coma.  He wants to know if there was a policy on Reeze, too, and if someone was held liable for the accident.  She cannot answer any of these questions.
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     •    The world of Firrerre was the planet of Hethrir, the acolyte of Vader from The Crystal Star.
 

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