Nightfall on Nar Shaddaa As Tortai Haar prepped the front galley of an aging Corellian Star shuttle for a flight from Tatooine to Nar Shaddaa, the orange skinned togruta dreaded the trip ahead of her. Of all the cover jobs she had taken in her career as a spy, being a shuttle line stewardess was probably her least favorite. It was hours on end, wading through grumpy passengers in a form fitting purple miniskirt dress and matching uncomfortable high heeled boots. Plus the ships had pale orange interiors with gray carpet that looked as if it hadn’t been replaced since the Clone Wars. Despite these drawbacks, it was a great cover: it provided free transportation; the turnover rate was really high which meant there were always jobs available, and the alias she used had not yet been compromised so it made changing her identity much easier. Plus, she got to work with her best friend Kina who always seemNightfall on Nar Shaddaa by deristad
Treachery on Taladin Seven, Epilogue The Final ReportTreachery on Taladin Seven, Epilogue by deristad
After she finished her cover job Tortai was actually glad when she returned to Coruscant. She got to see all of her friends again and was even glad to see her boss. She compiled her final report on her mission and turned it in to Nathaniel Logan. As she sat across from him and he scanned the information on her datapad, he looked extremely pleased.
“Excellent work, Agent Haar, most impressive,” Logan looked at data-pad. “I would like to know more about that Imperial togrutan agent you encountered, Sminaa Car.”
“Not much to tell, she seems harmless enough,” Tortai shrugged. “Although, I wouldn’t want to underestimate her, she’s got the potential to be a very talented agent. She’s also a good infiltrator.”
“Hmm, I’ll keep a note of that.” Logan scrolled. “Let’s see, attempted abduction by bounty hunter Jericho Savage, you
Treachery on Taladin Seven, Part ThreeSeductionTreachery on Taladin Seven, Part Three by deristad
The morning after meeting with Tarn, Tortai had contacted Darren Vergesen and been invited over for dinner that night. She could tell he was excited as she talked to him over the com link; he seemed barely able to contain himself. She found his lust for her distasteful, but not uncommon. Human men seemed to have a very competitive nature about sex; they were always appointing some kind of value on the women they slept with. Togrutan women had extra value even over other non-human women, possibly due to the perception that they were all athletic and strong willed. Tortai knew that was just a stereotype, togrutan women varied in appearance and behavior as much as most humanoids. Of course, that didn’t mean she wouldn’t use those perceptions to her advantage. She considered seduction a useful method to extract information, it was an easy way to get silly men lulled into an overly relaxed state and get them talking.
It wasn’t her fa
Treachery on Taladin Seven, Part Two FrustrationTreachery on Taladin Seven, Part Two by deristad
After a week of investigation, Tortai Haar was no closer to finding any answers. What the younger Imperial rookie spy had discovered seemed to be holding true, the Imperial citizens on Taladin had apparently cut all their ties to the Empire and lived rather reclusive lives. Of course, she couldn’t be around them all day and her cover pretty much limited her to talking to people who were in the business sector. Also, her cover job as commerce attaché was keeping her so busy she had little time to do full investigations on all those she suspected of the transmission. But that was actually a benefit as it seemed to be keeping any Imperial agents from following her. Also, her commerce attaché putting together a guidebook cover was actually proving to be pretty fun. She got to drive around in a beautiful red sports speeder and got to sample some of the wares of the companies she catalogued.
Like one day at a beauty salon run by a friendly, airhe
Sun Woman meets her lawyerDefense attorney Wally Dent was escorted to an interview room in a women's wing of Takron-Galtos prison. The prison planet of Takron-Galtos was so organised, so clean, so efficient. Dent never relished visiting the planet, but when he did, he could not help admiring this great institution of the United Planets.Sun Woman meets her lawyer by Celestialhost
His new client, Sun Woman was already sat waiting for him.
An attractive blonde woman in her late twenties, Sun Woman was dressed in a blue prison uniform and looking very miserable. Dent had seen pictures of Sun Woman in her red leotard and spike heeled costume. He rather wished they had let her keep it on, at least for this meeting.
"Mr Dent, I'm so glad you could come here and see me," said Sun Woman.
"Please call me, Wally, my dear," said Dent as he took his seat. "I'm always ready to visit a lady in distress, especially one who knows how to squirrel away her loot."
Sun Woman grimaced at the thought of a big chunk of her carefully hidden plunder going to a lawyer.
"Can you g
Star Wars Bio: Lippi VittbugSpecies: Human
Homeworld: Yaga Minor
Era: New Republic
Lippi Vittbug (nee Vorsky) is the wife of the Imperial banker, Vislor Vittbug.
Born on the fortress world of Yaga Minor, Lippi studied psychology at the Imperial University. After graduation she joined the Imperial Security Bureau. She worked as an interrogator, questioning those suspected of disloyalty to the Empire. Excelling in this role, she quickly reached the rank of major.
Lippi met Vislor Vittbug when arranging security at a charitable event. The banker instantly fell for her cool blue eyes and stern manner. After their marriage, Lippi resigned from the ISB and took up the role of socialite housewife full time.
Having spent her career working in Imperial detention centres, she greatly enjoyed the change to yacht parties and racecourses. Lippi does not share her husband's enthusiasm for land speeder racing, but adores the social connections that the Canntrop Grand Prix offers. Lipp