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Skitti
• 4/10/2017

Nights on Ilum - Part II: The Tale of the Jedi (RP with Steve and Skitti)

Ilum. A cold, snowy planet full of rich and spiritual minerals. Essential to the Sith and the Jedi, this planet was a subject of power.

Malgus, a powerful Sith, decided to create his own Empire and attacked both forces with his own. Some Sith rallied behind him, hoping to gain something for themselves. All were caught off guard by this treachery and sudden intrusion.

A group of Jedi gained transportation on a ship owned by a small group of smugglers. When they arrived, they didn't know how serious the threat had grown to that point.

A few Sith that have no affiliation with Malgus found out about this ship and attacked the base that it landed in. Only few knew about it until a message was sent to the others.

"Sith! There's Sith here! There's-agh!"

Ty'rin, a young Jedi sentinel, clutched her companion's outer garment as they rode on their speeder. She put back her communicator.

"Should we go back?" she shouted over the whirring winds.

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• 7/16/2017

Lilezi reached for the controls that dropped the ladder up to the ramp, opening the ship’s mouth to the remaining Jedi.

“Go! Go!” Avallia shouted as she guided the weaker ones to climb up and hop on.

While nearly half of the Sith were wiped out, falling to the floor like dead bugs, the rest retreated into the smaller cavern holes leading deeper into the mountain, just to get away from the blaster fire.

The rest of the Jedi finally made it inside the starship and Lilezi retracted the ladder and eventually the ramp as Harlow pulled away from the gigantic hole they created.

Lilezi jumped out of her seat and head to the loading area. She looked around at the tired Jedi who were all catching their breath.

“We’re headed to the Republic cruiser to get you some medical help.”

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• 7/16/2017

(By Steve)

One of the Padawans dropped to the floor, panting. “Oh thank the Force…”

Down below, Jorrek pulled an escaping Sith back to him, with the Force, impaling the the Dark Force user with his lightsaber.

“Jorrek!” Anro called.

The Zabrak looked at him sternly, fist clenched. He then sighed and relaxed before leaping up to the middle of the ladder and climbing back up. Anro made sure he was the last one on the ladder.

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• 7/16/2017

They made their way back to the Republic cruiser, latching onto the side like a child, allowing the wounded and exhausted Jedi to spill in.

“Finally!” said Merith as she saw the medical droids and ship personnel guide the Light Side users to the medical station.

Harlow followed behind, hoping to see his brothers alright.

Lilezi stood with Alric and watched them leave the ship.

“Well… This was quite the adventure. Not at all what I thought it would end up like.”

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• 7/16/2017

(By Steve)

“That's for sure…” he agreed.

Jorrek stopped before passing Alric, looking him in the eye, but not turning his body. He then turned to look at Lilezi.

“Your assistance thus far has been a great help,” he told her. “No doubt more of us would have been slain as well.”

“I wish we could have saved more,” Alric said, crossing his arms.

The Zabrak turned towards the exit, but looked Alric in the eye again. “There were no more you could have saved. Their choices and power as well as the choices and power of others led to their demise.”

Out walked Jorrek.

Anro watched the exchange and stopped before them as well. “Thank you, all of you. For everything. I'm sure there are places you'd rather be than here, but what will you do now, Alric?”

The younger man and lesser Jedi sighed. “There's a lot I still need to learn. I'm rusty, but I'll get there.”

Anro nodded. “We should meet and discuss this further.” He then walked as well, with Ty'rin.

“Rulebreakers…” Alric muttered, grinning. “They're totally together.”

There was pain behind his eyes on saying that though.

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• 7/16/2017

When Lilezi glanced at the new member of the New Dream, she noticed a flash of sadness in his eyes.

“Alric? You alright?” she asked with genuine concern.

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• 7/16/2017

(By Steve)

He glanced at her. “I will be. I think. Just do me a favor and be careful. Seeing people I like get killed by Sith is not on my bucket list.”

Quickly he realized the low point made in that statement. “Care to see if there's anything good to eat in their mess hall? For a job well done?”

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• 7/16/2017

Lilezi nodded, not adding to the solemn statement made by her new companion.

“Sure,” she said, and they walked off together to grab something to re-energize themselves.

Meanwhile, near the medical chamber, Ty’rin stood with Anro. Her fatigued eyes gave no sense of energy or delight in their escape.

“That went horribly,” she commented. “We may have made it out alive, but some didn’t.” She turned to her companion. “Was there anything we could have done to prevent such a disaster?”

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• 7/16/2017

(By Steve)

He meditated on that for a moment, but solemnly shook his head. “This war has affected everyone’s balance. The Dark Side is very good at hiding as well. Such as it was here.

“Now more than ever, we need to learn to trust the Force and each other. Do you trust me?”

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• 7/16/2017

“Of course I do,” the Jedi woman said with full confidence. “Do you trust me?”

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• 7/16/2017

(By Steve)

"Every day."

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