Re: Mandalorian RPG (moderated)
-Briefing on Kalaar
The turbolift ride was uneventful and the small mando group played their parts convincingly throughout the scanning checkpoint until they were all led to the two rooms where they were to "stay" during their diplomatic visit.
The first room was that of Senator Dik M'an and wife, a luxurious suite complete with an ordinately large balcony with a view of Kalaar and the planet surface several hundred feet below the floating city. The room was definitely large in stature and in luxury, fur carpets line the exotic hard-wood floors, a fully loaded bar was in one corner and a decorative but functioning fireplace was in another.
Roleks had opened the door and let Spinx and Grov inside and whispered non-chalantly "Don't say anything, until I get back" then in a more normal voice "I take it the room is to your liking, senator? I shall leave you and show your aids their quarters, but I will be back shortly", with that, Roleks had shut the door behind him, leaving the astonished couple staring at the only bed in the room.
Back at the "servants' quarters" Roleks gave the "aids" the same whispered message, but also shook Bjor's hand while he once again welcomed them enthusiastically. "Welcome to Kalderast, I do hope the senator will enjoy his stay". Bjor looked down onto the palm of his hand, on the note scribbled on a scrap of flimsi. -They are here, your room is bugged, be extremely careful of what you say, dinner is the best time to talk unwatched-
Mari quickly picked up on the expression of Bjor's eyes and decided to play along. She could not help but wonder what Grov and Spinx where upto though.
Back at the senator's suite, Spinx and Grov were finally relieved to have Roleks back. Roleks shook Grov's hand vigorously and left him the same note, shortly after he was out in the hallway and down the turbolift.
All five mandalorians could only wonder what else was in store for them, but that would have to wait until dinner, for now they would have to wear the robes a little bit longer and avoid talking about their mission, at least in not so obvious words.