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((Yeah if Blam doesn't want to to do it I will))
Pok looked over at Balderich.
"I agree." He said, moving over to his workshop, were he began to work on a discarded Commando Droid head.
"Either way, we have a much stronger Imperial presence on the planet to worry about. But, if that Victory-class Star Destroyer sustained damage in the battle with the Rebellion..."
((You guys cool if the Rebel Fleet return to deal with the blockade permanently?))
Something would click in Falsa's mind and he would comm Chetnik.
"Lieutenant, what Anti-Aircraft and Surface-to-Orbit weaponry do we have available?"
((I'm down with it. I doubt Balderich will be going much of anywhere anyways. On an unrelated note, it would be nice if we had more active RP'ers numbers wise.))
((Probably... Not yet though. I think we are getting towards that stage but more set-up needs to happen first.))
"Of course." Pol replied to Balderich, placing the Commando Droid head back down.
((Realised I didn't actually respond to this one, and I'm on phone ATM so its easier to just make a new post)).
"We have multiple Anti-Air batteries on each of our fortified islands, but nothing that can engage in a space battle above world." Chetnik explained.
"Negative. We do have some older Clone Wars artillery units, SPHAs, although they are quite unwieldy and require a lot of prepared fire."
"Those would be more preferable to deal with large, slow moving ships. Well, we must prepare none the less."
"Prepare? We already routed the Rebels from the system, why would they come back?"
"Because they had what they call a "Little Victory". And rebels always see a little victory as a way to pave for grander and more important victories. They will likely attempt to liberate the system. Perhaps not next time, perhaps not the time after that. But they will get more daring each time. We need to be ready."
"Well, during the Battle of Coruscant before the rise of the Empire, some of the Star Destroyers of the Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker built SPHAs into the bottom hangars to act as a "super-laser" to engage enemy vessels. We could employ those tactics, catching them unaware, allowing us to cripple enemy cruisers with one shot." Chetnik suggested, remembering a lesson taught to him in the Imperial Academy.
"Indeed?" Falsa thought for a moment. "That could actually work. Yes. Send a detachment on them onto the Hydra and inform Lieutenant-Commander Nightsinger that they should be dispersed one to three per cruiser in their hangers.
Chetnik saluted, turning off his comm, and switching it to the Hydra's bridge, where Nightsinger, Jak and Sarge would be the only people still there.
"Lieutenant-Commander?" Chetnik said.
"Yes, uh, Lieutenant Chetnik, right?" Nightsinger replied.
"Yes." Chetnik groaned. He then went about transfering Fasla's orders.
"I'll tell them to install them whilst the Hydra is down for repairs." she told Chetnik, who nodded, shutting off the transmission.
((Welp, it's about time I got back on it with Kleess.))
FINALLY, Kleess reached the part of the city where Balderitch had landed the TIE Striker and immediately noticed a handful of children playing around something in the brush. Upon closer inspection, he found that the little ones were climbing upon the stolen fighter. He spotted a child standing a few meters away from the others, apparently in awe of the discovery of a spaceship; putting on his most nonthreatening expression, he walked over to the little boy and calmly said, "Hello, little one..."
The child stepped back, clearly scared. A few others hid behind the landed vehicle, but one girl approached Kleess, unphased.
"Hello mister." she said smiling, holding out her hand.
Kleess smirked amicably and thought to himself, A brave one. Impressssive. Gently shaking the little girl's outstretched hand, he asked, "Do you know where I might find the owner of thisss vehicle you've been playing on? I'm a collector of ssortss, and I would like to buy it from him."
"I saw him in a speeder with one of those tall guys from Cato Ne-ne-neimodia? A Neimodian, I think?" the girl said. "He just left it here."
Kleess's eyes glinted with delight at the precocious little girl's lead. "Do you know which way they went?" he asked, feigning innocence.
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