„You don’t have to do this.“
Maiyrah turned around and looked squarely into the Twi’lek’s eyes. Neither of them moved so much as a fingertip until Maiyrah’s expression softened and she gently shook her head.
“You approached me with a request and I agreed to help you. You said you wouldn’t be able to pull it off alone.”
Ayy rolled her eyes and gestured dismissively.
“Guards. Too frickin’ many of ‘em, even for my sizeable stack of detonators.”
“Besides, I’m not too fond of this… practice, either.”
The Twi’lek tilted her head.
“You sure this won’t get you into trouble?”
Maiyrah’s answer was a reassuring nod.
“Thank you, Mai. You have no idea how much that means.”
Ayy looked down through the opening of the maintenance duct into the corridor and took a deep breath. An Imperial guard patrolling the area had just walked past them, still oblivious. The two…
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