I'm pretty much cool with it, provided he's not allowed out of base or given an oppertunity to find out any more than we want him to (monitor computer usage, don't let him anywhere near the Internet, ect...)
So. I guess we follow the drone? Im intrigiuded that the guards either don't care about all the materiale we're carrying or they haven't noticed all the guns. If the former, we're all right. If the later, we're stepping into a firefight with six enemies in the middle of the concourse. Not bad odds, realy, but all the civillians could make that dicey. Oh, and who's got the guns? Somebody has them on a hand cart or something, right?
Varos, as per Garrett's instructions, is in the Gate room (and was likely spotted by the drone) but will pass the wheeled crate off to, hell, let's say Mellish and Taylor (go NPCs!). Varos knows better than to try a run for it.
As for the guns, yes, you are all draped with automatic weapons. There's actually a bit of subtlety to that; if you were trying to hide, like, one or two small weapons on you, the guards would probably pick up on that. You're SO blatant that it's tripping their "these people obviously are supposed to have that stuff" and their "there are only six of us in here right now, let's not get shooty just yet" instincts.
Yes, Imperial's now the default. If you want to state you're speaking English, that's fine, or you can do the italicized speech that we've used for Imperial in previous threads.
I should mention I tend to use italics for thoughts. I was going to use *this* for Imperial. Seems more martial, like the language of an empire ought to be. Still, if that's not going to work, I'll work with italics as Imperial.
Maybe if we get lucky our captain will take the guns in trade and we don't have to deal with people who will sell us out in a heartbeat. Starport, the sketchier the better. I want a place that makes Mos Eisely look like the Newport Beach Yacht Club.