Hands up – who think Thrawn will offer Hera her kalikori as a peace offering when they meet face to face?
I will burn it, just like her planet, Ryloth atop her father’s bones. I already have sufficient scans of her…what did the former Slavin say – that’s right – Twi’lek trash.
The time for pleasantries is over.
“You misunderstand, Captain. I’m not accepting surrenders at this time; I want you to know failure, utter defeat, crashing down upon you, and for you to know that it is I that delivers it to you.”
The Kalikori holds my attention regarding the Twi’leks on Ryloth and other intel I’ve gathered from the Emperor and Lord Vader. Other than that, it’s a mere family heirloom.
I’m just fond of artifacts. Pilots, not so much. What to do with either is far above and beyond my pay grade.
I am, too. Hera Syndulla is an exceptional pilot, and your pay grade has little to do with the return of the Kalikori to Hera’s family. Should such an item go to an insurgent?
Return it? No, not what I had in mind. That would be akin to giving candy and toys to a severely insubordinate and ill-mannered child. No, a gift like that is not deserved.
There are plenty of museums, perhaps a personal collector, that would be interested in such an item. I’d just hate to see it destroyed.
-smirks- If you were to destroy it, not saying you would, destroy it before Hera and her family.
Yes…yes, that would be fitting if he kalikori had to be destroyed. My, wouldn’t that just be wonderfully devastating…
*cough* I mean, such a tactic would certainly be beneficial to negatively affecting psyche.
It isn’t their psyche we’re after. It’s to annihilate the Rebels utterly, @deepseacritter