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"Fair Prey"
Attribution information
Author(s)

Daniel Wallace

Illustrator(s)

Stan Shaw

Publication information
Publisher

Wizards of the Coast

Release date

September 2000

Published in

Star Wars Gamer 1

Pages

12

Chronological information
Era

Rebellion era

Timeline

0 ABY[1]

Series

Star Wars Gamer

Fair Prey is a short story by Daniel Wallace. It was published in Star Wars Gamer 1 in 2000 by Wizards of the Coast as a sequel to Wallace's earlier story The Great Herdship Heist. It was originally approved to run in issue 18 of the Star Wars Adventure Journal but that issue was never published.[2]

Plot summaryEdit

When Cecil Noone tries to unload a stolen Hapan Gun of Command on the backwater planet of Kabal, tables are turned on him by renowned hunter Tyro Viveca and Cecil is forced to run for his life in a desperate race against time, technology and the environment before Viveca hunts him down on his luxurious estate.

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This story is an homage to Richard Connell's short story The Most Dangerous Game, which spawned numerous similar stories and movies, most notably Hard Target.[source?]

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