They found her in the early hours of the morning. Lt. Trenaca of the Queen's guard had been send to patrol the gardens. It was a representative duty, as the imperial presence on the planet had lead to a security unknown to the planet in the long years of the Clone Wars. This feeling of security was shattered in the first rays of the morning sun, when the Queen's Handmaiden Ayara Lashi was found dead near the central fountain in the garden. She was lying face down in the grass. A single hole was in her back and went all way through her chest to her torso. She had clearly died by violent means. A murder in the palace of the Queen of Naboo. A murder right under the watch of the Royal Guard of Naboo. Queen Dalné was informed immediately and she send messengers to both the now diminishing Naboo Security Forces and Moff Panaka, to ask them to help with the investigation of this terrible act of violence. The investigations began immediately. What nobody could know at that time was the terrible truth the investigation would unearth and how it would change the planet forever. ———————— Murder on Naboo ———————— It is the fifth year of the Galactic Empire and a terrible murder has happened on Naboo, the homeplanet of the Emperor. Both the local law enforcement and the Empire have been asked to investigate the case and have appointed investigators to do so. The investigators are you. You could be part of the law enforcement of either the Empire or Naboo's still existing Security Force. You could also be an outsider asked, forced or simply hired to investigate the crime by either of the two investigating parties. Feel free to come up with any investigator you feel might make sense. ———————— Character Sheet Name: Age: Species: Rank: Equipment: Sidekick: Short Bio: ———————— RULES: 1. GM word is law 2. No Godmodding, but every player can have s sidekick who he shares as a character with the GM and who helps him in the investigation. 3. The game will have a maximum of four players. 4. If a player is absent for a considerable time the GM reserves the right to take control or even remove him from the game if he sees it as necessary. 5. Have fun!