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501st Journal -- Mustafar: "Tying Up Loose Ends"[]

By the time we'd made our way to the molten surface of Mustafar, it was apparent that Dellso had been a busy little bug. All by his lonesome he'd found a previously-hidden droid factory, fired it up and cranked out his own private army of battle droids. Needless to say, this got the men of the 501st ... a little hot under the helmet, and not just because of all that lava. Truth be told we'd all had our fill of those gear heads during the war, and we couldn't stomach the thought of going through another one. So we blew them up -- blew up the droids, blew up the factory ... damn near blew up the planet. - 501st Stormtrooper


Mustafar - Tying up Loose Ends


From the Imperial officer:

1.) "All right, troops. Today we stamp out final remnants of the CIS. Eventually we'll be blowing up a hidden droid factory. But for now, we need to infiltrate and secure that nearby mining facility. Move out -- take control of the lava observation room."

2.) "Take control of the walkway."

2A.) TROOPER: "Watch out for snipers!"

2B.) OFFICER: "Keep moving!"

2C.) TROOPER: "Snipers spotted at two o’clock."

3.) "That collection base looks like a good place to make a stand. Capture it!"

4.) "Any droid we don't destroy today will come back to haunt us tomorrow. Wipe 'em out. These Geonosians have been working on a new Confederate infantry prototype. Destroy the schematics before they can use them to build a new droid army."

5.) "One of our boys got killed bringing the other beacon. Go out and retrieve it."

5A.) "Get that beacon to the central antenna."

6.) "Fall back to the collection base, and watch the fireworks."

7.) TROOPER: "It's raining bugs!" (Geonosians)

7A.) OFFICER: "Kill 'em all!"

8.) "Gizor Dellso has been defeated. Scratch one droid rebellion."

Ending Journal[]

The destruction of the mining facility on Mustafar put an end to any thoughts of a second droid rebellion. For the first time in years, the men of the 501st could relax, and get about the business of maintaining an Empire, rather than building one.