Approaching Adumar, by shuttle
Adumar was a world long-suffering from isolation. Though they knew of the wider galaxy around them, they had not had contact with them for almost ten thousand years. The world developed culture, certainly, but not as the rest of the galaxy knew it. They took blasters, lightsabers and cannons as great signs of uncivility. Those who used them would be locked up. Though a planet continuously at war with itself, from nation to nation, they considered regular war barbaric and instead fought through duels and dogfights. Their vessels weren't as well-built as those from elsewhere in the galaxy but they were excellent at manoeuvrability in atmosphere and therefore at testing piloting ability. Their blastsword fencing was renowned galactically as the best of the best, and they prized anyone, from off-world or on-world, who could match their own finest. Indeed, their system and codes of honor permitted people to challenge from nation to nation for power, prestige and wealth.
Alaerika, though very technically skilled - proficient in most forms of fighting and even politicking - did not enjoy trying to mingle with people or spend time marketing herself. The galactic stage was not her preference. Adumar, however, appealed to her greatly; a world that only cared about the things that she was good at? Great women were well prized by the Adumari people, who loved all female fighters able to match the men. Some sexism still persisted, in some areas, but generally the two genders were celebrated in their own ways particularly when mastering something traditionally less easy or accessed.
The planet was also known for producing proton torpedoes for a number of different militaries - but, due to the high demand in a galaxy at war, the to-the-highest-bidder level of sales meant that far more money was pouring into Adumar than away from it. It was a planet well worth approaching.
Alaerika herself had scouted for some associates. They weren't all the elite but they could all be trusted. Some were skilled in some areas and others in other ways. As Alaerika waited for a response from the planetary defence organization she turned to the group behind her.
"Don't forget," she said, "that the planet operates with meticulous accuracy to their honor codes and obscure regulations. If you are unsure, please follow my lead.
"Now," she continued after a very brief pause, "before we enter the atmosphere, are there any questions?"