The Hunt for Silar Mins
Morticia was murdered.
Dizzy took on anti-vehicular missiles and stayed on her feet.
Or was taken prisoner in the process?
And replaced by someone with blue hair?
Rushlight had a family reunion with his brother.
Mordecai does not seem to know what to do with this claim of fraternity.
Greelo met a nice young accountant.
Apprenticed to an infamous assassin.
Who happens to be a dead ringer for the Consort of the Galactic Empire.
Iwa got her hands on Silar Mins.
Both of "him"?
Except apparently she needs the IMPERSONATOR of Silar Mins, instead?
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