I'm afraid I don't remember names or anything, but I can recount the key points of one of my tales thus far.
So, my character's mission was to catch a fellow who killed their mother. (I will heretofore refer to my character in the first person.) The ship he was on was guarded entirely by both guards with electronic shields blocking all direct damage, and guards with heavy armour blocking all but explosives and armour-piercing weaponry (which I didn't have). My target was one of the latter. Before setting off, I stocked up on explosives and ways to disrupt or subvert the shields. I also took along a device effectively allowing me to slow time for everyone else. All of these things had limited uses, 3 each.
Fast forward some time, my attempts to get deeper into the ship had gone awry. Guards had seen me and I used most of my devices up to get to the captain of the ship and take him out to prevent the ship from flying to a space station in response to the intruder. I was standing safely at the back end of the ship, but my target had seen me along with about ten other guards, and they were all clustered in one big group comprised of two armoured guards (including the target) and far too many shielded guards. I had about one use of each device left, so taking out a useful number of the shielded guards was impossible. I couldn't use my explosives as I needed the target alive.
Weighing up my options, I decided there was only one way I might be able to pull off this escapade, though it was a long shot: lure the target into a room with a window, and break it, blowing him, me and any of his buddies out into space where I could remote-control the pod I had boarded the ship with to pick us both up. I gathered my courage (or possibly foolhardiness), triggered my time-slowing device, and ran past all the guards, letting them see me without giving them time to shoot at me. As I turned the corner into the room with a window and they lost sight of me, I fired my last grenade into the room to make them run for the sound. I took aim at the window and waited for the right moment...
Alas, my target was near the back of the pack, and the other armoured guard was the first to enter the room. His shotgun in those close quarters was impossible to dodge, and I had no tricks left up my sleeve. I'd already taken too many shots, and being hit again was certain death. So I fired at the window anyway as the shots were about to hit me, determined that if I couldn't finish my mission, I'd at least take some of my foes with me.