Kare adjusted the delivery uniform. She wasn't fond of being in the fray of her own plan, but something about the Mandalorians and their bravery (or insanity) had convinced the Rebel agent to get her hands slightly dirty. So here she was, driving a speeder truck with a bunch of armed killers hiding under a tarp right near the drop point. Kare, whilst guiding the truck, was making a few last second taps on the datapad leaning against the front console. The final signals were coming through, right on schedule. Things were going according to plan, which started to make the Twi'lek jumpy. The other shoe was going to drop, she just hoped it would be after the mission was over. With a quick, final tap on the datapad, the sound of blaster-fire rocked the relatively quiet atmosphere.
Kare stopped the truck and quickly pulled the tarp as the Mandalorians jumped into action. She gave a small smile as she watched them glide into the air, some more graceful than others in her mind. But the smile faded as the agent noticed a truck ahead of her, around a bend in the road and just in view of what had happened. The glistening white armor made Kare's heart stop. Luckily, the training kicked in subconsciously. She bolted out of the truck, hearing the sound of the Stormtroopers' armor clank as they began their own pursuit. The foliage was particularly helpful in covering Kare as she attempted her escape, quickly tapping away at her comlink. The screen flashed with confirmations of casualties, calls for backup, and chaotic transmissions from the Empire. As much as she wanted to aid the rebels in their aid, there was nothing she could do for them from here that the cell couldn't manage themselves. The best she could do was send out contradicting reports using an Imperial Officer's stolen ID to try and confuse the Imperial forces. It would buy the insurgents and the Mandalorians time, the only currency that mattered in these types of operations.
A blaster bolt whizzed by Kare's ear as she had been trudging through the brush, finishing up the last report. She wasn't excited about engaging the enemy, but she wasn't a bad shot herself. The Twi'lek ducked into a roll as more shots were fired in her direction, managing to prevent a blow as she drew out her blaster pistol. The Stormtroopers were unable to adjust their aim by the time two quick shots impacted into the white armor. The two Stormtroopers fell, and the rebel agent fired two more shots to confirm the kills. She wasn't far from the overwatch position, as she had been moving up a small overhang near the Palace. Kare got into her position, setting down a holoprojector next to her that sprung to life with an active map of the Palace. The proper navpoints were marked, and Kare watched the Mandalorians progressing into the Palace with almost textbook form. They may not look like proper soldiers to most, but she could recognize the training and discipline of proper warriors.
It took only a minute to set up the A280-CFE into its sniper configuration. Kare began to scan the environment through the scope of the sniper. She wasn't a particularly great shot, but luckily the upgraded scope did most of the heavy lifting in accurately assessing the path her potential shots would take. Who needs skill when you have technology? The Rebel Agent watched the Imperials attempting to regroup. Nothing seemed to be particularly amiss, so Kare took her eyes off the scope and instead focused on pulling out the datapad and getting to work. She typed away, managing to get into the system quicker than she expected. Lock outside entrances to slow reinforcements... open up the path for the operatives. Piece of cake. A quick tap on the comlink patched her in to the Mandalorians. "Resol Squad, your path is unlocked. Watch your corners and watch for hostiles. I'll patch into the feeds to provide Overwatch." With a few more taps, Kare did her best to patch into the security feed to keep a close eye on her new operatives, and to get visual confirmation on the asset they were risking so much to attain...