Children of the Force Part 2 (JA)

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  1. Jennafern Jedi Padawan

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    Jun 26, 2001
    Chapter 3

    "Run!" Tivak shouted again, "Obi run." Obi-Wan tried to focus his eyes,
    the light was too bright he couldn't adjust quick enough. He tried to use
    the Force to guide him, but he was knocked to the ground. As he lifted his
    head from the ground his sight came back and he saw what had knocked over.
    Standing over him was a huge alien creature. It had four arms and four
    legs, its eyes were red and its teeth were pointed. Obi-Wan jumped in the
    air and activated his lightsaber before his feet touched the ground.
    "The bounty is mine." The creature grunted in a deep tone. In one swift
    movement he reached to his side, pulled out an ax-like weapon and struck at
    the young Jedi. Obi-Wan could not sense the attack coming and he was hit in
    the arm. The wound barley broke his skin so Obi-Wan ignored it.
    Obi-Wan raised his lightsaber and began to move closer to the alien. This
    is what he wanted the game to be, dangerous, exciting and fun.
    "You have to go through me first," Obi-Wan growled back at his opponent.
    He twisted his lightsaber in his hand and struck one of the aliens? arms. He
    heard the creature cry in pain as his limb fell to the ground. Obi-Wan
    smiled slightly, as the alien moved back to regain his composure.
    "It will take more than that to stop me, human boy." The alien bared
    it's pointy teeth, and looked at his arm. Obi-Wan's jaw dropped as he saw
    the aliens arm regenerate almost instantly. Obi-Wan leaped in the air and
    landed behind the alien. He struck down on the arm that was holding the
    weapon. The arm fell and was instantly replaced again, however this time
    without a weapon. Obi-Wan saw his chance and tried to use the Force to push
    the alien away from the ax, nothing happened. He concentrated harder and
    tried again, still nothing. The alien grabbed his ax and ran towards
    Obi-Wan. He lifted his weapon high in the air and struck down on the young
    Jedi. Obi-Wan lifted his lightsaber to block the attack and the ax split
    into two pieces as it made contact with the laser. The handle fell to the
    ground, and the blade of the ax landed on Obi-Wan's shoulder cutting deep
    into his skin. Obi-Wan felt the pain flow through his arm and shoulder and
    let out a small grunt. He knew that if there were no safety limits on this
    simulation that cut would be much deeper and more severe than what he was
    experiencing. He glared at the huge alien standing before him. He tossed his
    lightsaber from his left hand to his right and swung around full circle
    striking the alien in the midsection. The creatures knees buckled and he
    fell over face down to the ground.
    Obi-Wan stood above it for a few moments waiting to see if it was really
    dead. He kicked at it a few times, but it never moved. Satisfied, Obi-Wan
    deactivated his lightsaber and clipped it onto his utility belt. He opened
    one of the compartments on the belt and pulled out a bandage and healing
    ointment for his injury. He was glad that Qui-Gon used an easy setting the
    first time around, he might have lost an arm if he hadn't.
    The Force doesn't work on the HSC programs, he pondered as he applied the bandage to the cut. When he first began to used the holo-room programs at the Jedi Temple, he had little knowledge of the living Force and all initiates were
    told not to attempt to use the Force. They were told to rely on instincts, Obi-Wan had never had a problem with that. His friends never quite got a grasp of the holo-room, Obi-Wan on the other hand loved it. Everyday after class he would be playing a new simulation. He even created some of his own programs, some of which are still played by the initiates. Obi-Wan grinned as he bandaged his injured arm, he remembered how no one wanted to go up against him, he was just too good. It was one of the good memories he had from the Temple. Now in this game he knew that he would again have to rely on his instincts to make it through the HSC game. There would be no use of the Force here, not until he was face to face with Qui-Gon.
    After his
  2. Cheryl_Kenobi Jedi Master

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    May 6, 2001
    star 4
    this is very good post more
  3. OBI-JEM Jedi Padawan

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    Jun 26, 2001
    Rock on girlfriend....
    how old are you???
  4. Jennafern Jedi Padawan

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    Jun 26, 2001
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