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Devils' Due It was at times like this that Jim Raynor, former marine lance corporal, proud citizen of the Confederacy and erstwhile farm boy, felt most alive. Raynor made it to Mar Sara where he met the new magistrate— Myles Hammond. Jim Raynor delighted at finding a jukebox. The duo met at Skyway Starport , Halcyon , where they were given the data for their assignment—retrieve Andrew Forrest , a pharmacologist, and the formula for his "miracle" drug, Utopia. Golden, Christie April 12,
Seeing how slowly Raynor was now driving, Findlay offered to lure the police away while Raynor headed to their secret cave. Findlay lured Marshal Wilkes Butler and several other marshals into the badlands while he played "chicken" with the harsh landscape, causing several to crash their vultures. Only two police officers were still in pursuit when Findlay was forced to bail before crashing into a rock wall.
He faced down the police, threatening to shoot one to force Marshal Butler to surrender. Findlay even made off with Butler's vulture. Meanwhile, former marine sniper Ryk Kydd had become a killer-for-hire.
His target was Senator Westyn MacMasters. He was in turn ambushed by bounty hunter Ezekiel Daun , who used his cybernetic arm to strangle Kydd to death. The duo met up and went to Wicked Wayne's , their favorite hangout.
Raynor received a message from family friend Myles Hammond —his mother had refused to use the money that Jim had sent her, and was instead being helped by Farm Aid. Hammond told him to return to Shiloh as quickly as possible. Raynor sent a message back though, saying he couldn't go.
Meanwhile, Findlay, sleeping with several women including his favorite Daisy whom he never paid , was woken up by Cadaver , a minion of crime lord Scutter O'Banon 's.
O'Banon wanted to hire him. Raynor refused to have anything to do with O'Banon however. Instead, they accepted a job offer at Horley Barton Space Station , a task which required them to steal a spaceship.
The duo sent Daisy to speak to the marshal and offer him a "prize" worthy of the two planet-hoppers that the duo had stolen from the Red Mesa County Municipal Enforcement Department. As Marshal Butler was again humiliated, the duo stole a freighter which was carrying 15 cargo crates.
They then traveled to an establishment called The Pit on the moon of Hermes. They made contact with the Screaming Skulls. The Skulls loved to party, and made a job offer on good terms.
The duo accepted. Back at Wicked Wayne's, Daisy offered Findlay his own "prize".
However, it involved her chaining him to a bed and then threatening him with a needle filled with knock-out drugs. She taunted him, saying she had contacted Marshal Butler. An enraged Findlay broke the cuffs, knocked her out, and without taking the time to put on his clothes, pulled Raynor out of Wayne's. They traveled on Raynor's vulture to their secret cave, finding some poorly-fitting clothes for Findlay on the way.
The duo met the Skulls at an orbital scrap yard, Refurbish and Recovery Station , outside of Confederate space. The Skulls wanted the duo to steal junker logs. The duo were informed by a station attendant, FitzGerald , that the station was suffering communication problems.
Inside the yard, the duo were suddenly locked in a room, where they found a corpse. They were then assaulted with holos of old friends Hiram Feek and Clair Hobarth being tortured. They were then shown the holo of Ryk Kydd.
They had all been murdered by Daun, whom the streetwise Findlay recognized. The duo started to panic.
However, they were still able to escape the situation with the help and death of FitzGerald, leaving an angry Daun to rage at them. The duo realized they had been set up. Raynor had received another message from Hammond and wanted to go to New Sydney to respond, but Findlay opted to go to Dead Man's Rock instead, where they would seek Scutter O'Banon for protection. At Deadman's Port , the duo sold their freighter for an insultingly low price, only to be ambushed by the same crooks they had sold the freighter to.
They were rescued by " Cadaver " and his crew. Raynor said to let them live, but Cadaver took their money and weapons. The group went to O'Banon's massive complex, one large enough to hold several Old Families mansions. As Findlay set the deal with O'Banon, they had to ask protection from Daun. This put things in O'Banon's favor. For the next few weeks, the duo tried to enjoy life. They spent a lot of time at The Silver Belle , where the exotic dancers actually attempted to act in a play with a plot which involved lots of simulated sex.
At the cost of a bag of credits, Findlay even took over the lead role for a session. Raynor felt guilty about working with O'Banon and not contacting Hammond. Eventually he arranged for a private encrypted transmission, but this annoyed O'Banon.
He sent Cadaver to make his feelings clear. When Cadaver and his thugs tried to beat Raynor and Findlay, the latter fought back hard, injuring the attackers. Eventually O'Banon called the duo to him to give them their first job for him: On the way to Halcyon , Raynor insisted on stopping off at Shiloh first to meet Hammond in person.
Findlay gave him a day. Myles Hammond had become the mayor of Centerville since he had last met Raynor, and intended to become a magistrate of the colony of Mar Sara. He informed Raynor that the tens of thousands of credits he had sent for his parents weren't accepted, but Hammond had found a way to get some of the money to them.
His mother, Karol , had used Farm Aid instead. However, she was suffering from cancer and would likely die soon. Raynor met his mother.
His father Trace had died some time back, but had left a final message to his son, saying he was disappointed in him and wouldn't accept his "blood money".
Karol died that day. The duo met at Skyway Starport , Halcyon , where they were given the data for their assignment—retrieve Andrew Forrest , a pharmacologist, and the formula for his "miracle" drug, Utopia. The physical security was intense, but the guards didn't take their jobs seriously.
Forrest would take a sample of Utopia and most of the formula with him, but would keep part of it in his memory so he wouldn't be killed as soon as he stopped being useful. However, things went wrong when the power went out. Raynor and Findlay moved away from the door, but when it blew open, Forrest was killed. Seeing Ezekiel Daun , they shot him, but just hit a holo. Raynor tried to "surrender" but Daun wasn't fooled.
As Findlay retrieved the sample and the almost-complete formula, Raynor threw a vial of acid at Daun's face, forcing him to retreat. The duo ran as the lab blew up behind them and made their escape. At O'Banon's mansion they gave the data to Cadaver. O'Banon was displeased with them. Raynor stormed off as Findlay complained about his attitude. They finally agreed to leave O'Banon's employ, but needed a plan to do it. Daun had lost his eye, and his contract to kill the duo had become personal.
He arrived on Dead Man's Rock and ambushed Cadaver. He dictated terms through him to O'Banon, saying he wouldn't kill them as long as they were on O'Banon's turf, but would as soon as they left. O'Banon told them the reason he had hired this duo of robbers—he wanted to rob million credits from Covington Bank on Bacchus Moon. They would work with Ash Thompson , who wanted to dig into the bank from the damaged sewer system.
Findlay disagreed with their plan. Thompson told them the bank had great security, which made it complacent. Furthermore, there was the huge Interstellar Marshals Convention going on, making it seem safer. Findlay suggested they walk in the front door and rob the place, then gave his plan. Thompson agreed, having little choice in the matter.
The robbers traveled to Bacchus Moon, secretly followed by Daun. They met with an Umojan high-tech criminal named Jennifer. She gave Findlay a quantity of technology which would foil the bank's defenses and deal with the "human factor" there. Unfortunately, as Findlay and Jennifer enjoyed themselves, Findlay and Marshal Wilkes made eye contact. The duo and Jennifer split up and fled. None of them were caught. The robbers planned a "dry run" at Covington Bank.
However the duo's cover was blown when they stumbled across George Woodley. He tried to call for security but Findlay activated his technology—an EMP device, which shut down security and released poisonous mechanical spiders to keep the bank's clients passive. Findlay gave out the threat as Thompson's men hid the evidence.
They blew the vault and saw the loads of money. However, Woodley told them the money was due for Farm Aid , and he was surprised Raynor would steal it. Findlay had known about it. During the argument, Thompson had the spiders kill all the witnesses. As one moved toward Woodley, Raynor saved his life. Raynor dropped his money and tried to walk out, but Thompson shot him in the shoulder.
Findlay immediately killed Thompson. The duo were forced to finish off the other two bank robbers.
The duo then escaped up an elevator shaft, with Findlay pulling Raynor, who often fainted with the pain and had a poorly-functioning arm due to Thompson's shot. Meanwhile, Marshal Butler had spent time deciphering the robbery. He realized the target and was staking it out when the EMP device went off.
I got goddamn tears in my eyes. He and Tychus were behind the train, catching up to it quickly. He stayed right and Tychus veered left. Tychus crossed over the maglev tracks, adjusting the magnetic frequency on his bike to compensate so that he, like the train itself, could cross easily.
Jim increased his speed, moving alongside the maglev until the right car came into view. He and Tychus had spent hours analyzing all kinds of transportation vessels over the last few years, sometimes simply from blueprints or images, but usually up close and personal, as they were about to do now. They had "liberated" other credits before--it seemed to them like hundreds of thousands over the years, although the liberated credits never seemed to stay with them very long.
That was all right too. It was part of the ride that life had become. Almost five years ago, Jim Raynor and Tychus Findlay were members of the Heaven's Devils, an elite Confederate marine unit praised for its nerves of steeland combat expertise.
After making a stand against their corrupt commanding officer, the two men were forced to go AWOL or risk being unjustly prosecuted and resocialized. Now, Raynor and Findlay are outlaws hounded by an unyielding interstellar marshal.
Life, however, has never beenbetter. Each day is another chance to pilfer more credits from the Confederacy's deep coffers.