Location: Base 6, Contruum 6 Time: Afternooon Participants: @Lucid , @Darasuum , @Painus Theme: Territory ≜ Daniel Deluxe Briefing: The bandits on Contruum 6 had just been the home base for a group of brigands that had been half way across the galaxy. They had been smart to not eat where they ...you know... but now the group of criminals have returned and are out for blood. They are assaulting Base 6 while you are there and this is storm season and you won't be able to take off to get supplies if you don't take them out. Communications are limited and you are essentially the skeleton crew of this facility so whether you want to be there or not you better defend yourself and eliminate the revenging bandits. Dice here. Burkhart was glad that Base 6 had become part of the assets the Mandalorians had claimed. It was a good place for warriors to stop by at when moving too and from the Contruum system. It had everything that a working Verde needed. The morling was working on his XS-100 light freighter at the moment. Music was playing from a nearby boom box. It was cold enough in the hangar that the man had decided to wear his armor as he conducted the maintenance though. Half of his gear say nearby. It did not help his already bulky frame with repairs to have a light repeater on his back clunking about. He twisted his versatech cosmo wrench with a grunt before relaxing and stepping away. In a previous engagement his ship had taken some damage to their shields and needed some readjustment for it. His gunner, Cressa Tall, had not and was not the most experienced gunner or pilot. The Morling had given her some directions and tips afterwards but the initial engagement with the Red Skull gang over Concord Dawn had taken its toll on his ship. He sighed and placed the panel back on the side of the ship before wiping his dirty hands with nearby rag. His pilot droid chirped for a moment. "Aye, stohrms comin. Better close tha doors." He responded. The Kelborn clan leader walked over to the controls to close the hangar bay doors. He could see the heavier clouds coming in. The wind was already starting to pick up sending drifts of snow swirling into the sky before coming back down. The clouds themselves were already creating cold precipitation. More snow flakes were flowing into the hangar and it would be a pain to have to shovel it all out. The outside landing pad was bad enough as it was but was just meant as a place to land and wait until the doors were open for travelers.