I may actually do an adventure with them with my next Star Wars D20 game but being as I'm a lot more cynical as a man of 38 versus a 17 year old Gamemaster, I'm probably going to go with this as the Adventure Hook. "The Price of Family" The player characters are there to make contact with Simmon Mandel on behalf of the Rebel Alliance to try to make a deal to get him to transfer the materials necessary to create several pre-fabricated droid-operated starfighter control system plants up and running on Rebel safeworlds, modified from making TIE systems to X-wing systems. Theoretically enough to double the number of X-wings in active service. Not a war winner but no small boost either. This is a deal that was negotiated by Lieutenant Colonel Sonya Mandel who has been a Rebel officer for almost ten years. Now, here's the twist: Sonya is dead. The player characters manage to arrive on Fabritech's Homeworld (let's say Shownar) and get the news Sonya was captured by the ISB, tortured to death, and an Inquisitor (let's say Tremayne) is being sent to investigate the PCs since he managed to get their mission out of her before the end. If Simmon finds out about this, it's almost certainly an end to the deal because he was negotiating out of filial love versus any Rebel sympathies. There's an additional twist that Kvarn is actually the guy who informed on his daughter's deal with the Rebellion to the Empire. He was attempting to protect his family (unaware the Empire is going to kill Simmon now and perhaps take the rest hostage) and is now crippled with guilt over what he's done. He deluded himself into believing it was a Rebel trick and the fact his daughter is actually dead and in such a horrifying way will break him. Simmon might turn on the Rebellion but his father could become a Rebel supporter (or defect entirely as he could easily negotiate with many corporate contacts on behalf of the Rebellion). It's also possible Simmon might kill his father and seize control of the company depending on how things are played. Should be an interesting story for the PCs to navigate.