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[The Rebellion]
Events that occur from 2 years before to 5 years after the Battle of Yavin.

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Only Droids Serve the Maker
Kathy Tyers
West End Games
Story published as:
Short Story (1996, 2007)

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Daye Azur-Jamin leads a Rebel group trying to run weapons to natives on Monor II. However, his group is picked up by the Imperials, who plan to wipe out the native Sunesis. They are brought before Administrator Brago, who strips the replacement droid parts off the cyborged Daye and throws him in the brig. Nearby on Monor II, Tinian I’att and Chenlambec captures a Sunesis priest-prince named Agapos IX, who heals the wound he inflicted on the Wookiee, then insists he be killed. The now half-crazed Tinian stuns him, then leaves evidence indicating he was killed. Daye is broken out by Sunesis Rebels, who he discovers have a healing power that is related to the Force. They seem to worship the pseudo-deity the droids invoke – “The Maker.” He tries the Force on himself, and finds his one blinded eye suddenly able to see again! He is looking forward to meeting the Sunesis’s spiritual leader – Agapos. He soon learns of the native leader’s death, however. The natives find the bounty hunter ship and attacks it. Daye figures out the deception – that Tinian’s with the Rebels – and tells the natives. They let the ship go, then they follow them. Tinian’s ship was damaged in the fight, and they are forced to come out of hyperspace early to repair the life-support systems. They continue on to Tekra Point, with Daye and the Sunesis (who they think are Imperials) chasing them every step of the way. 
Daye meets with Agapos at last, clearing up the misunderstanding. The native, who has learned of Tinian’s history, asks Daye why he continues to deceive her into thinking he is dead. Daye is astonished to learn how unstable Tinian has become since he last saw her. Agapos gives Daye some pointers in Force healing, and asks him to join the Sunesis way to heal his spirit as well as his body. Daye begs Agapos to stay in hiding and to take him as a disciple. And the Sunesis priest-prince finally agrees, on one condition – sooner or later, Daye must confront Tinian...

Synopsis taken from Christopher G. McElroy's Time Tales, www.theforce.net/timetales.

This story occurs just after the Battle of Yavin.

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