On the last day of the sabacc tournament, Valdor is still in the game and has every chance of winning. As the game draws to a close, the heroes notice Lieutenant Arandis slip something that looks like a code to Lady Fioro, who must be the agent of Darga the Hutt.
But before they can act on this, the tournament ends with a surprise winner: Valdor!
As the chief of the casino hands over the account codes, all hell breaks loose as Silas Draver pulls a blaster and demands that the credits be handed over to him: his men, secreted about the place, pull blasters too, and three of the casino droids suddenly turn into allies as they too pull out blasters. They droids start firing into the crowd, taking out innocents, as well as blasting Lieutenant Arman Arendis to the ground, and mortally wounding Lady Mirana Fioro.
The heroes retaliate, pulling out their own weapons and open fire. Valdor takes a hit and dives for cover, while one of Draver’s goons kills Vorn Zaday. As Riddick deflects and blocks attacks coming his way, Valdor takes another hit and keeps under cover as he struggles with the pain. Tracer and The Droid of Doom let loose with their blasters, taking out one of the droids and wounding several of the goons.
Riddick takes out a droid, while the Droid of Doom wounds Silas Draver and Tracer takes out another goon. The rest of the goons and droids fall quickly, and then the Droid of Doom finishes off Silas Draver.
In the aftermath, as security guards try to get the room under control, and the news that Imperial Troops have entered the area, the heroes quickly interrogate Lady Mirana Fioro and learn that Darga the Hutt is in Hanger Bay 4474, and no doubt getting ready to leave.
Wasting no more time, the heroes head for the hanger bay, but only after Riddick transfers some of his life energy to the Lady, using the Force.
Hurrying along the corridors and walkways of the city, the heroes find themselves caught between Bespin Wing Guards on one side, and Imperial Stormtroopers and an officer on the other. The fight is over quickly, with both Tracer and the Droid of Doom discovering the joys of autofire: while the droid starts by taking off Wing Guards, the former clone takes out his former allies, blasting three troopers dead in a single volley of blaster bolts. The other guards and troopers fall soon after, with both Valdor and Riddick lending a hand.
At the hanger bay, the heroes find Darga the Hutt about to board his ship, with a large battle droid acting as bodyguard. A number of zabrak pilots are about to board Z-95 Headhunters, and as soon as the heroes enter the bay, Darga orders their deaths.
The first kill goes to Tracer as he takes out a pilot; but they soon discover that these pilots are skilled combatants, excellent shots with their pistols. Riddick Force Blasts one, while the Droid moves into a better position, and Valdor encourages his friends with a few well chosen words. Darga curses them for traitors and fools, and looks forward to their deaths.
As more blaster bolts fly, and the Droid of Doom’s shields take a pounding, Valdor heads over to one of the starfighters and gets in, quickly flicking switches to charge the weapons and repulsor lift. Riddick deflects a blast from Darga, the Droid takes out another pilot, and fails to recharge his shields.
Then a patrol of Stormtroopers enter the bay, but are quickly blasted by Tracer using autofire. Valdor fires the ship’s cannons, blasting one of the other vessels. Then the tables turn on the pilots and troopers, and in rapid succession one pilot after another falls to both the Droid of Doom and Tracer, while Riddick takes care of the remaining troopers, and Valdor takes out a pilot and disables Darga’s ship’s engines.
Then both Tracer and the Droid of Doom combine their fire and take out Darga the Hutt, who falls to the floor, mortally wounded. With is dying breath, he tells the heroes that they are too late: already the Empire is taking action to ensure that the evidence of his involvement is removed; up above the planet, there is a gas hauler on a collision course with a ship full of slaves!
As he dies, Darga gives a low groan and rolls his eyes before letting out a wheezing laugh. His words are almost dragged out of him, but despite this, he seems to be smiling that sickly Hutt smile that often graces his enormous face.
“I should have killed you the first time you walked into my palace. You think you’ve done something right, but you’re gravely mistaken. At least those slaves would have lived if I’d sold them, but you’ve condemned them to die. The Empire won’t let them live on the chance that they might reveal the truth. The deaths of thousands will be on your hands!”
The heroes scramble into the starfighters and blast off into space, to deal with the Imperials!