Back at headquarters, we are all gathering around the table sharing drinks and celebrating our victory. The Brass Sabre Association has been pushed back and we have taken over that sector. However, someone notices Roka has not come back yet. I com her and ask her where she is. She says she is on her way back and had to ride on the back of a speeder bike with a squib because hers had broken down. She said that they had taken a detour but they were on their way.
Roka arrives a few minutes later with the squib that she had to ride with. She looks perturbed but the Squib looks pleased. He starts bragging that he got to take the prettiest Togruta out to dinner at Callie’s Galleys. The little twi’lek girl that cleans tables for Snaps starts asking Roka about the date. Roka says she is tired and quickly retires to her bunk. Little Liza Jane follows her down the corridor asking her all sorts of questions that an eight year old would ask about a date. It appears that Roka is annoyed by this but she tolerates her just the same. All of a sudden, I hear from beside me “L O V E” start playing. Amp is blasting the song from his chassis. Dominick and I start to laugh hysterically. Roka makes it the rest of the way to her room and closes the door and slams the door. Amp replies “Was it something I said?” which, of course, makes Dominick and I laugh even harder.
When everything calms down, Amp asks to take a look at my blaster pistol. I ask him why and he says the he noticed during the battle that my blaster aims a little left and he thinks he can fix it real quick. So I hand him my blaster pistol. After he is finished he suggests that he could add onto my pistol. He gives me several options, and in the end I choose to have a grapple launcher added to my blaster pistol. It costed 300 credits, but I think it is well worth the cost.
I guess it is Karaoke night because music starts playing and drunks start singing, or some form of noise. I am just about ready to retire when Little Liza gets up on stage and starts to sing. The whole cantina seems to stop when she starts to sing. She sing a song about “the good ship Lollipop” and tap dances while she sings. My heart just melts inside by the time she is done with her performance.
Eventually, Karaoke is over with and we all retire to our rooms to sleep off the battle.