"Aurra, I told you I would meet you in the Undercity. You know the guards here won't want to have another run-in with you after what you did last time." Before she could speak, he continued to sound worried. "And besides, you'd better get out of here; I'm about to be arrested."
Aurra smiled, and then chuckled, and then bent over somewhat laughing.
"You're still so gullible, Boba. That was me sending the request for your transcripts." She smirked wide at the look on his face. "I knew you had none, so I thought I'd just play a little trick on you."
Indignation swept over his face quickly, and he blushed, looking away.
"That's not funny."
"It sure as hell is," she replied, her hand going to rest on her trusty blaster. Boba glanced to the holster at her thigh and his eyes widened.
"Aurra, are you trying to break every rule enforced on Aargau? Don't you remember? You're not allowed your weapons."
She laughed, striding closer to him and leaning casually against a gangway pole.
"You really haven't heard about Aargau yet?" she asked. "You've got a lot to learn, then. Everything has changed since you were a boy." She looked him up and down. "Now you're a man, I suppose, so I guess you'll be able to handle it."
His face felt on fire again, and he quickly discounted the previous piece of information.
"It's only been seven years, Aurra."
She nodded, and he could tell she was trying not to smile. "You seem to have changed a lot. Taking orders from Jabba full time now..."
He could feel his jaw tighten. He hated Jabba with a passion, and yet was forced to do this sinister gangster's will.
"Let's not talk about that, shall we?" He took his gaze from her and looked around. For the first time, he noticed that the smooth and slick docking area of the Aargau pyramid was not the same as he remembered it as a child. The desk in which the security guards usually sat was ... burned. His eyes continued to take in his surroundings, noticing the grime and the putrid smell now penetrating his nostrils.
"What the hell happened here?" he asked.
Aurra grimaced, wrinkling her nose at the air.
"Let's just say the Undercity made its way up all the levels."
He was shocked. This planet, this maze pyramid. How could anyone even get through the maze to make it to the top? He sighed, sitting down on the gangway absently.
"This is really going to screw up my plans," he whined. She sat next to him, looking out at the messy hangar.
"Join the club."