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Rogue Trader Episode 11 – Pilgrim’s Distress (Part 2)

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Lord Captain Roth was sent off into the Stars, sailing away forever. The crew of the Brigand’s Lament has gained access to the derelict ships’ cargo hold and Navigator cabin; the last bits of the mystery are about to be uncovered.

As always, answering questions just raises more answers, and a new destination. The chase is on.

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Rogue Trader Episode 10 – Pilgrim’s Distress (Part 1)

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Having made their mark on the tainted Mechanicus on the planet of tanks, the Brigand’s Lament sets off for a new destination.

Nestled in the system is a void-station that is ensconced with wraithbone – the Eldar star nexus has another waypoint. It must be carefully investigated.

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Rogue Trader Episode 9 – Tanks

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Kupasci 12 held dangers and secrets, and a great many very angry ancient Eldar.  The crew of the Brigand’s Lament survived their adventure and gained access to the Star Map. Unfortunately, the Map and the tower it was held on was critically damaged in the battle.

Now, the crew must successfully negotiate with the egomaniacal Bastille and then continue their journey. The race continues, and the Brigand’s Lament is running out of time.

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Rogue Trader Episode 8 – The Search Begins

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The Brigand’s Lament has finally entered into warp transit without any shenanigans and or horrific demonic attacks!

Now, the boredom sets in. The Warp transit takes weeks; in the meantime, morale needs rebuilding and the team needs to come together.

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Rogue Trader Episode 7 – Warp Incursion, Again.

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Where we last left off our heroes of capitalism, they were attending the big event. The event to end all events. No, not really — more like crazy voodoo hallucinations and warp bullsh**. The whole experience was fairly traumatizing, and the crew opted to take a nice breather in their ship for a few. Whereupon Schoenerberg’s chief rival delivered them an ominous message, followed by the last alert you ever want to hear on a warp-traveling ship . . .

Problem: for a Warp Incursion to occur, something’s either got to damage the Gellar Field, or pull the plug on it. And it’s certainly not damaged. These guys never catch a break.

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