Starfinder: Dead Suns – Episode Five

Dead Suns – Episode Five

Welcome back everyone! First and foremost, I would like to apologize for the extended duration we’ve been away. Due to holiday issues, personal issues, and just flat our normal busy times. Things have been a bit hectic.

You’ll first notice that this is Episode Five, not Four. We had a technical issue (first time in the year we’ve recorded our sessions) and lost the episode. So I’m going to try to give you a brief recap of Episode Four.

 


Episode Four:
After recovering a spaceship in Episode Three, our party was heading back to Absalom Station where we were jumped by another Spaceship. After dealing with that, we made our way to Absalom. We restocked, refueled and was pointed to our next goal. Tracking down someone who could decipher the ancient language we found on the asteroid.

That led us to Castrovel, and after many negotiation talks, learned the suppose whereabouts of the Professor that would be able to help us. Only after arriving at their place, we found it tossed, with the Professor missing. Clues pointed to a kidnapping.

We tracked down the people who may have taken the professor, which then led us to a Portal to the third continent on Castrovel.


 

And that there is where the episode ended. You missed some wacky negotiations and us putting a virus on one of the staff member’s computer to cohere them to working with us.

In this episode, we continue on our search for the missing Professor in hopes that they can help us. We quickly learned that the third continent of Castrovel is extreme wild lands with roaming dinosaurs.

Things go south for our party real fast. So I hope you enjoy the punishing jungle Paul put us through.

 


The Party:

Arzoth: Kasathas Mystic played by Lone
Merra: Android Operative played by Nate
Zahak: Vesk Mechanic played by Jeremy
Curtis Weiner: Human Envoy played by myself, Aaron
Our DM in charge of everything is Paul.

Warning: We use naughty words in our game sessions. Sometimes often, sometimes not.

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