Lacking a proper droid maintenance bay, BX subjected himself to a variety of cleaning fluids in the garage. He talked to himself as he cleaned in a tone that quickly approached singing, completely ignoring any organics in the area. Once the offensive material was fully removed and the droid rinsed and dry enough, BX utilized the remaining time to check on 2R over at the monitoring station, then returned back to the hidden base in time for the meeting.
Telle on the other hand, took far more time in the showers then she really needed to cleanse. Yes, the water and harsh imperial-issue soap helped clear her nose and skin of the rotten smell. More importantly now, it gave private time to think. And in that way the experience provided a resetting effect – a break between what had happened and where they could go from here. She plotted out options, thought through situations. By the time she left she felt ready to act again.
It was a good thing, as her team appeared to have all shown up for the pre-dinner meeting she'd called, even the droid. Clad in vastly oversized Imperial clothing, she acquired a cup of caf before sitting down with the guys. She still looked a bit weary, but the light was back in her eyes.
"Alright, guys." She started, "We picked up a valuable lesson today on how not to do things."
Caiden cut in during the pause, causing Telle to chuckle. "As appealing as that might sound, we're still bound by the Alliance's no-harming-civilians clause." She added in a joking tone. BX's hand went to his head as though considering this as a serious issue. Which was exactly what he was doing.
"More seriously," Telle said, getting back on track, "We will need to go back to town. There is no garrison team inbound at this time, which means it's up to us to turn this place into an operational hideout. That's our current mission. Our first goal is a two-parter, we need people and materials. Our three recruits from the local village are enthusiastic, but not good for much right now other than keeping an eye on the base and local area. We're going to need mechanics, medical, technicians to monitor the listening post, even janitorial staff in time. And all those people are going to need food, equipment, and tools." She laughed, "At this point we can't even cloth ourselves properly. Your right though, Jorin, there's no need for most of us to go back out tonight."
She turned to BX. "On the other hand, it'd be good if you headed back and observed the gate. Get an idea of how much attention they pay to people entering, and what kind of people enter."