No one witnessed Ploovo’s humiliating defeat at the hands of the Nova Prime Crew, but the effects on his organization were massive. His spice factory and droid squadrons were decimated and Tharn’s betrayal and execution dissipated whatever loyalty Ploovo’s lieutenants had. The Krayt Dragon limped out of the Graveyard for parts unknown, abandoning his strongholds in the sector. In light of recent betrayals, Ploovo has begun to overdose on his special blend of ryll spice in order to further strengthen his supposed telepathic powers.
Karnor the Bloody
Karnor the Bloody, no longer opposed by his greatest rival, has absorbed Ploovo’s holdings and soldiers. Once considered a mad dog gang leader now has the men and weapons to become a powerful player in the sector.
The planet of Despair has weathered the political shift poorly. What had been a simmering conflict between rival factions has become a shooting war between Ploovo’s former lieutenants against each other and Karnor’s soldiers mopping up whoever is weakest. Those caught in the middle of the conflict are trapped. A lucky few have managed to flee off planet.
Breaker, chief engineer of the Krayt Dragon, did not survive the events at the Graveyard. Soon after he was revived from being drowned in sewage, it came to light that he was involved in the theft of the Iridium Core and was planning on fleeing with the profits. Ploovo ejected him into space.
Mackley Tharn was executed by Ploovo for his betrayal in the Graveyard.
OV-CR-1201 “Wrangler” Droid-human relations unit disappeared in Ploovo’s emergency shuttle “The Getaway” along with a cadre of labour droids. A shuttle matching the Getaway’s description was making its way through the sector deeper into Wild Space.
Zara Non, assassin and bounty hunter and former assistant to Mackley Tharn, is no longer in Ploovo’s employ, stole Tharn’s assets and took a flight out of the sector, last seen heading to the Corellian Sector.
Pheldor Rhakis “Phred” of the Space Lanes Transport Company has moved his operations to the Mara System and has opened business with Nova Prime Station.
Medical Droid XRMD-47 “Screamer” has joined the crew of the Nova Prime as a medical assistant, pending reconstruction and reprogramming.
Mason Dev, formerly of Despair, has joined Station Ops as a security officer. He has garnered a reputation as a hot head but an effective officer nonetheless.
The Junker Brotherhood
Relations with the Junker Brotherhood have become tense since the deaths of their agents, Tuvik and Dosh. There is a persistent rumor that the Nova Prime Crew stole the X2 and killed the Brothers and covered up their crime with a fanciful story.
The X2 system was installed and everyone on Nova Prime could breathe easier. The day that the system was turned on was declared Breath of Life Day by Capt. Argo and the station council.