Lord of Darkness (JA)

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  1. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Yey! I wrote another fan fiction!

    Title: Lord of Darkness
    Summary: What if there was another timeline where things hadn't happened like they were supposed too. And what if Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were summoned there to fix the problem.
    Disclaimer: I don't own any of the reconizable characters and I'm not making any money.

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    Captain Islder slowly ascended the stairs to the Lord?s chamber. As a captain, Islder controlled all of the forces on this planet. He answered only to the Lord himself, although that also meant he had to talk to the Lord, which wasn?t the safest thing to do. In fact, you were more likely to die in a conference with the Lord than on a battlefield.

    The only good thing about going to see the Lord was the stairs in his fortress. The Lord?s chamber was in the highest tower of his huge fortress. The tower itself rose far above all the still standing structures on the planet. It had been many years since the main power generator had been destroyed, cutting off power to the entire planet. Even the Lord?s fortress no longer had power, which made using the turbo-lifts out of the question. But then the Lord himself had ordered power generator destroyed. Islder had thought it was strange at the time, but it was sometime ago, before he had been appointed captain. Of course once you were appointed captain, your life expectancy lowered considerably. It was because of this that Islder liked the stairs. The two hours it took to climb them gave him time to prepare for a conference that could end his life. And he knew that he had more of a chance of dying today, than he had ever had before.

    He was bringing the Lord both good news and bad. The latter he would loose his life for. The Lord had no problem killing a captain. Perhaps this was because there was an abundance of them: one for every planet the Lord controlled. The number of captains ranged almost in the thousands. Of course all the other captains had been lucky enough to only have to speak through a comlink, instead of in person. Of course that wasn?t any safer, for the Lord merely had to reach out with the Force to stifle a life, distance didn?t matter, the Lord?s power had no limits.

    He stopped his reveries as he came to the door of the Lord?s chamber. He was by no means Force-sensitive, but one didn?t need the Force to feel the evil that seeped from that door. Straightening his shoulders and taking a deep breath, he entered the chamber.

    The chamber itself was, in its prime, possibly the most memorable room on the planet. Brightly colored tiles decorated the floor in an intricate pattern. The room was circular and the metallic gently sloping walls were lined with huge windows allowing the spectator a view of the city beneath. In its prime there had been comfortable chairs, and the room had been a place of quiet conversation, but it was no longer in its prime.

    Now the room was dreary, the glass was broken in all the windows, the chairs had been removed. The beautiful tapestries that had once hung on the wall were now dirty and torn to shreds. The once brilliantly tiled floor was covered with dirt and dust, dulling all the colors. And the stunning view of a beautiful city had changed to one of rubble and decrepit old buildings.

    Captain Islder scanned the room quickly and saw the Lord standing at one of the broken windows watching the sun set. He was an intimidating sight even from behind. He wore midnight black armor from the neck down. The shoulders of the armor extended out past his own, and made his already broad frame seem even more massive. The armor covered his arms down to his knuckles where silver-colored claws were attached over each and extended to the first joint of each finger. At his waist hung a lightsaber fitted for his hands only. Wicked black blades curved out from the handle, making it impossible for anyone but him to yield the weapon and keep their hand. However he almost never used to anymore; he didn?t have the need. The Lord didn?t have to use his lightsaber to fight, wit the flick of his wrist he could
  2. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    Oh, I like, I like.

    The flowing cape it really cool. Post more, please.

    ~Swede :p
  3. greencat336 Jedi Grand Master

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    My, my, my. What a nasty little world you've created there. I like it. [face_devil] Want more please (esp if Qui & Obi are going to show up)
  4. PadawanKitara Force Ghost

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    Kinda creepy, but you've got my attention.
  5. ewen Jedi Master

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    I,m reading.Sounds like it will be good,I mean when QGJ/OBI comes in.PEACE Ewen
  6. KenobisGirl Jedi Master

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    Yay!!! Ibis wrote another fic! *Does a happy dance* You've got one excited reader over here! :D

    More soon please! :)

    KG :cool:
  7. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Here's the next part. Enjoy!

    *****************

    ?Hey, Obi-Wan,? the twenty-four-year-old apprentice turned to see who had called him.

    ?Hello, Vera,? he greeted as the young woman approached him. She stopped a foot from him.

    ?How?s your arm?? she asked, motioning to the white cast on his forearm.

    ?Alright. I was just on my way to the healers to get the cast off.?

    ?That?s great!? she said with a cheerful smile that Obi-Wan couldn?t help but return. ?Do you want some company??

    ?Sure,? he replied, knowing that Vera?s presence would turn his chore into a pleasant experience. He hadn?t know her for very long, but he enjoyed her company.

    He had first met her a month ago, when the Council had assigned two Master-Apprentice teams to a particularly difficult mission. Back then all he had known about her was that Qui-Gon had worked with her Master before she?d taken Vera as an apprentice, and that Vera was about a year younger than him. He expected her to have the usual calm, quiet, and obedient personality that most of the other female apprentices had. What she actually was like was quite different.

    Almost immediately he realized she was different: her dark hair with streaks of blond in it was the first indication of this. She did everything with enthusiasm, was kind and caring, always willing to help, not to mention energetic and bubbly, though not a annoying level. She treated all people with respect, even the scum they encountered in some of the slums of the city they had been in. Her method of being respectful had been very effective when trying to get information as well. Above all, Obi-Wan knew her to friendly and loyal, which had come in handy when he and his Master had had a small argument during the mission. It was over nothing important but it helped Obi-Wan to talk to a third party when assessing the things he had said and done, he had known Vera would keep the conversation to herself.

    Throughout the mission, Vera had revealed herself to be compassionate and somewhat innocent. So much so that Obi-Wan couldn?t imagine her fighting with a lightsaber. However, it was near the end of the mission that she showed her true colors in terms of fighting skill. Everything had ended so perfectly. They had watched over peace negotiations, collected information which stopped an assassination plot, and signed the peace treaty as witnesses. Everything was just as it should have been, but as Obi-Wan and Vera had been walking toward where they would meet their Masters for the ride home, the unexpected happened.

    Their senses warned them of the grenade before it even landed. They were running away from it when it exploded. The force of it knocked Obi-Wan into a near building, as his skull impacted with the brick wall stars appeared before his eyes. He crumpled to the ground not even realizing he was laying on his now broken forearm.

    Vera, however, landed a little more gently. Instead of a wall, she landed on her side in the dirt, a sharp rock making a gash in her calf. The force of the impact knocked the wind out of her, and she lay there a moment stunned. Slowly she got to her feet, wincing as she put weight on her injured leg. Aside from her calf and a few other scratches, she was relatively unharmed. Looking around she saw Obi-Wan?s crumpled form, she rushed over to him. Rolling him over gently, she realized he was still conscious. He stared up at her clearly dazed. His forearm was obviously broken, and a wound on his forehead spilled blood down his face. He had been badly hurt, but he was conscious which Vera was grateful for.

    She had just begun to apply first aid when a blaster bolt flew past her, glancing her shoulder. Ignoring the burning, she whorled around, lightsaber ready. Obi-Wan had been dazed and hurt but he remembered almost perfectly. Vera had had the chance to flee, but she stayed, not knowing who or how many enemies there were to face. She had the courage to face what Obi-Wan later found out was three snipers that Vera hadn?t been able to see. She?d held them off until hel
  8. shanobi Jedi Master

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    Yes, I like. Will there be another foursome going on this next mission?

    Cant wait to see where you take this :)
  9. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    Yeah, another post. Of course I like this. Even if it is only the second post. I hope you put more up soon.

    ~Swede :p
  10. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Ah what the heck, I'll post twice today. :D

    ******************

    The Lord watched as the final sun began to set. His cape fluttered in annoyance. Islder wasn?t back yet. Reaching out with the Dark Side of the Force, he found Islder running up the stairs. The Lord waited a few more minutes. He casually moved a piece of stray hair out of his face. It had probably fallen out of the tie that kept his long mane from obscuring his vision.

    Islder finally entered the room. The Lord was still standing by the window watching as the last of the sun set. It was a more awe-inspiring site than earlier in the day. The light from the sun cast gold orange and red rays through the room. All he could see of the Lord was an impressive silhouette, but his cape reflected the light making a light show on the ceiling.

    ?I have done what you asked, Lord,? Islder said with some pride. ?I thank you, my Lord, for choosing me to survive among your forces.?

    ?Really? What makes you think that I?m going to let you survive?? the Lord asked.

    Islder was stunned. The Lord?s cape wasn?t flapping violently or billowing, so he wasn?t angry. Was he disappointed in him or doubting his abilities? Islder could feel his hands shaking as fear began to over take him. ?Why?" was the only word he could get out.

    The Lord turned to and faced him. The glint of the fading sunlight against his armor temporarily blinded Islder, who was forced to turn away. ?Look at me Islder, and I will give you the answer.? Islder looked up at him, ignoring the sun, and stared into the Lord?s cold green eyes. What he saw there was power. ?Compared to you, Islder, I am a god. In fact compared to everyone else in this universe I am a greater being. And because of this, I can do as I choose, and I choose that this universe should belong to gods, which means all of the lesser species have to be exterminated.?

    ?You-you can?t,? Islder whimpered.

    ?Why not? You can?t stop me, my own kind couldn?t stop me,? the Lord said.

    ?I-I?ll tell the others, the captains. They?ll turn on you.?

    ?I?m afraid you won?t be leaving this room, and even it you managed to tell them, the odds are slim that they would believe you, and those that did. . . Well, no army is a match to me. Good-bye Islder,? the Lord said.

    ?Please, my Lord, don?t-? Islder pleaded, but his cries were cut off when his head exploded.

    The Lord walked back to his vigilance of the broken down city. It was so easy to kill using the Force. It had been far too long since he had had a good battle with an opponent worthy of fighting. He watched as the last rays of the sun began to fade. But a glimmer of something almost metallic caught his eye and drew his attention away from the sun.

    He looked down towards the source of this glimmer and saw a figure standing on the roof of the old crumbling buildings. The figure was far away, but the Lord?s eyes were far sharper than that of any normal man. The second he focused on the figure he knew exactly who it was. Islder had been wrong, he and the Lord had not been the only living beings left on the planet. However, it was to be expected. Only one other person knew that the figure that stood on the rooftop starring at the fortress existed, and that person had disappeared sometime ago.

    But now his thoughts shifted to the figure. The figure wore black armor similar to his own. But the figure?s cape was silver not red, the sun glinted off of the swirling cape, making it appear orange. The Lord knew this being very well. It was truly the only other of his kind, but this one was different. When he had first split off and chosen another path, the one to power, the figure had been the first to try to stop him. They had fought to stand still and both retreated. The Lord had killed all others of his kind who had tried to stop him along with those who hadn?t. But the figure had come back to challenge him, neither had won the second battle, the two were equally strong. That figure alone deserved to live on this world, it alone had power the Lord respected. After many bat
  11. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    Sweet! This is so cool! I really like the capes. Are they alive?

    Eww, though. His head exploded? <yuck face>

    So, when do Obi and Qui get there? I have an idea on who the dark Lord is but I wouldn't say.

    Thanks for the second post. :D Nice to read after classes are over.

    ~Swede :p
  12. KenobisGirl Jedi Master

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    Great posts! This story is very cool!! :D

    More soon please! :)

    KG :cool:
  13. PadawanKitara Force Ghost

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    Two posts in one day and another tomorrow? Thanks Ibis!
  14. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Hey everyone, I don't think I'll be able to post tomorrow, I'm going to be really busy. But I'll try.

    **************

    ?Welcome,? Master Yoda greeted as the four Jedi entered the Council Room. ?Tell us of your last mission, you will.? Obi-Wan listened as Qui-Gon recounted the beginning of the mission leaving out no detail, until he got to the part where Vera and Obi-Wan had been injured.

    ?We were at the government spaceport when we heard the explosion. Our apprentices are better suited to tell you what happened,? Qui-Gon finished and turned to Obi-Wan, who started to tell of the events, but suddenly a blinding light suddenly filled the room.

    When the light faded a man stood a few feet away from Obi-Wan. He was in his late forties at least, and he wore dirty rags for clothing. He had a greying beard and ugly filthy brown hair. In total, he looked like a beggar. He stared around the room obviously bewildered. ?Where am I?? he asked.

    ?You are in the Council Room at the Jedi Temple, though how you got her is beyond us,? Mace Windu said.

    ?You, you are Jedi?? he said confused. ?But, where are your armor and capes??

    The Jedi looked at the man, he obviously was confused and disoriented, yet they had no idea ho he had gotten here. Qui-Gon took a non-threatening step towards the muddled man. ?Perhaps you would like to be escorted out of the Temple, since you seem unaware of where you are,? he said gently. Qui-Gon was a head taller than the man, yet the moment the man looked up at him the confusion left his face.

    ?Master Jinn,? he said calmly, ?I almost didn?t recognize you, it?s been so long since I?ve seen you.?

    ?Do I know you?? Qui-Gon asked somewhat surprised. There was a murmur around the room.

    The man ignored Qui-Gon?s question. He looked past the Master. ?And that must be your apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi. Things are very different here,? he said, then put his hand under his chin in thought.

    ?Who are you?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?Oh, yes, introductions. I?d forgotten, you probably do not know me. I am Nichola and you are Qui-Gon Jinn, the most humane of the Jedi. I need your help.?

    ?My help??

    ?Yes, there is a murderer on my world. He is killing everyone and I have come to believe only a Jedi of your caliber can stop him,? Nichola explained.

    ?If in danger your planet is, request Jedi assistance your leader must,? Master Yoda said.

    ?That is not your decision,? Nichola said. He reached into his rags and pulled out a glowing orb. ?You will come with me now, before the murderer kills any more people,? he said as the ball flashed a brilliant white light.

    The sudden light blinded Obi-Wan, and he suddenly felt the ground dissolve under his feet, and he was falling. He landed on something somewhat soft. Opening his eyes, he realized he had fallen on a pile of garbage in an alley. Looking over, he saw his master lying beside him. Both Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were on their feet in seconds and quickly examined their surroundings. They were in an alley, the two buildings that made up the alley were old and crumbling. The permacrete they stood on was cracked and falling apart. The walls were stained in places with a dark red substance and there were dents in the wall that could have only been from blasters. Qui-Gon walked over and touched one of the stains.

    ?Blood,? he said quietly.

    ?Master, where are we and what happened to everyone else?? Obi-Wan asked.

    ?I don?t know, Padawan,? Qui-Gon said. There was a noise behind them and both turned lightsabers ready. From under the garbage pile, Nichola stood up, brushing stray pieces of trash off himself.

    ?Perfect,? he said, ?we land in garbage. Although, I suppose it?s better than permacrete.?

    ?Where are we?? Qui-Gon asked forcefully.

    ?Come and I will show you,? Nichola said climbing up a ladder on the side of one of the buildings. Obi-Wan looked to Qui-Gon who looked towards the ladder Nichola was climbing and started to follow with Obi-Wan right behind him.

    They reached the roof of the two story building quickly, but
  15. Ani_rhymeswith_pansy Jedi Knight

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    Whoa!

    This story is cool!

    I liked the description of the Jedi Temple, all tall and black and creepy-looking.

    More soon please!

    :D
  16. KenobisGirl Jedi Master

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    Wow... That was great! What a twist! ;) Any Obi-hurt in this story? Just curious... ;) [face_devil]

    More soon please! :D

    KG :cool:
  17. PadawanKitara Force Ghost

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    Must be an alternate universe. Didn't he says that the jedi were evil??
  18. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Here's the next chapter. :)

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    Qui-Gon turned around and faced Nichola. ?What happened to Coruscant and the Jedi Temple?!? he demanded.

    ?The Lord happened,? Nichola said almost quietly. ?And that structure you see in the distance has not been called the Jedi Temple in some time. It is now know as the Lord?s Fortress.?

    ?But we were just there,? Obi-Wan said.

    ?You were there in your time, not here,? Nichola said.

    ?So this is the future?? Obi-Wan asked, he?d had so many surprises in the last few minutes, the possibility didn?t seem so impossible.

    ?No,? Nichola said. ?It is the same time here as it is in where we just left. This is merely a different timeline. Things have happened differently here which has changed our world.?

    ?So why did you bring us here?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?Because the Lord has killed every being on this planet, and he is doing the same on all the other planets he controls. He even destroyed his own forces here.?

    ?Why?? Obi-Wan asked.

    ?The Lord is powerful, he considers himself a God and has decided that normal beings don?t deserve to live in this universe,? Nichola explained.

    ?He sounds insane,? Obi-Wan commented.

    ?Nichola, why didn?t the Jedi here stop this Lord from taking over the Temple?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?They tried, and the Lord killed most of them, the few that escaped went into hiding and tried to stop him indirectly. But they are all gone now, hunted down by the Lord. Whenever he caught one they would be executed publicly, eventually only one was left.?

    ?What of the Jedi Council?? Qui-Gon questioned.

    ?Ah, the Jedi Council. He killed them privately, watching as they slowly bled to death from the injuries he gave them,? he said quietly.

    Both Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were stunned for a moment. There was a man strong enough to beat the entire order, including the Council Members. Someone able to do that would have to have tremendous power. ?You said the Lord caught all of the Jedi except one,? Qui-Gon said. ?Who was it, and what happened to him or her??

    ?It was. . . well, you, Master Jinn,? Nichola said.

    ?Me?? Qui-Gon said.

    ?Yes, you managed not only to stay away from the Lord but to also help others to escape his murderous forces. You became a hero to all the people in this galaxy, everyone knew the name of the Great Qui-Gon Jinn, the only man unafraid of the Lord, and the greatest Jedi that ever lived.? Nichola looked down at the floor. ?And when you died. . . all of the people fighting the Lord and all those trying to escape lost all hope.?

    ?What happened?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?It pains me to see you, Qui-Gon, because you don?t know me. Here you were one of my most trusted friends. Here we were almost brothers. I have known you since I was an initiate a the Temple,? Nichola said avoiding the question.

    ?You are a Jedi?? Obi-Wan asked.

    ?No,? Nichola replied. ?I was a Padawan at one time, but I chose to leave the order the day before the ceremony at which I would have become a knight.?

    ?Why?? Obi-Wan asked. ?Why throw away everything you worked for??

    ?For personal reasons that aren?t important now. When I left some of the other Padawans condemned me for it, but Qui-Gon understood and wished me luck. Years later, when the Lord took over the Temple, Qui-Gon was injured in the fight, and he showed up on my doorstep. My Force skills were a little rusty, but I helped him save lives and train.?

    ?Train?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?Yes, he wanted to become strong enough to defeat the Lord. He used to train and workout until he would collapse from fatigue. Then he would meditate for three days without eating. Two years after the council Members had been killed, he decided that he was strong enough to challenge the Lord, and he left to go fight him. Though, I think he knew there was no way he could win in a battle.?

    ?Then why did he go?? Obi-Wan asked.

    ?Guilt most likely,? Nichola said.

    ?Guilt?? Qui-Gon repeated.

    ?Yes. Guilt because he had not saved his apprentice before the Lord took over the Temp
  19. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    Whoa....

    Nice post. Ok, so I was wrong with who I thought the Lord was. I thought it was Qui-Gon. Though now I have a new idea and I'm not sure if I like it.

    Anyway, great post. Please post again soon.

    ~Swede :p
  20. PadawanKitara Force Ghost

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    And I was definitely wrong. Something in the other post made me think the jedi were evil. After all, didn't he call Qui-Gon the most humane of the jedi?? MAybe I'm just reading too much into one comment. Is this just the Purge a little earlier than usual?
  21. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    So you said you would post tomorrow but I don't see it.

    Please post!

    ~Swede :p
  22. Ibis Jedi Knight

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    Sorry about not posting, this week has been really busy for me.

    ******************

    It was some time around midnight, and the two Jedi lay on the floor on the inside of one of the buildings they had been standing on. Nichola lay in the corner asleep, but Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were wide-awake. Nichola had promised them that it was safe to sleep in the building because the Lord believed no one was left alive on the planet and would not be looking for them. Questioned buzzed through both of their heads, questions Nichola had not wanted to answer.

    Obi-Wan was wondering how he could have died in this world, although to him it seemed strange that one should want to know the details of his own death. He was also baffled by the fact they had traveled to a place which he at one time existed. He wondered what would have happened if for some reason he died here, would he meet himself when he became one with the Force, or would his spirit be sent back to his own world.

    Qui-Gon was wondering just how they had gotten here. Yet he was also worried. Nichola expected them to defeat this Lord, whoever he was, and made it clear that they could not leave until they had done so. That however was not what truly worried him. If the Qui-Gon in this world could not defeat the Lord, then what guarantee was there that he could. What was worse was the thought that if the Qui-Gon here could not save his apprentice from the Lord, could a Qui-Gon from a different present protect Obi-Wan this time? The thought concerned him. He wasn?t going to let Obi-Wan be killed, but could he prevent it when it had happened before? The question boggled his mind, and he decided to wait until morning to try to figure it all out.

    Sometime during the night, the Jedi fell asleep because the next morning they were awakened by Nichola. He handed each an energy capsule.

    ?Nichola,? Qui-Gon said, ?I understand that you and everyone here is desperate, but what makes you think that me and my apprentice can do any better than what the other Qui-Gon did??

    Nichola sighed. ?Because as a Jedi the Lord knew you both, now he thinks you are both dead and nothing more for him to bother with. Perhaps seeing you again will surprise him enough that you will be able to defeat him.?

    ?And if we can?t?? Obi-Wan asked grimly.

    ?Then take a look outside. The entire universe will look like what you see there: devastation and death. This is why I cannot allow you to return to your version of the present until you at least make an attempt to stop the Lord.? Nichola sounded tired almost exhausted as he spoke.

    Qui-Gon thought a moment. ?Give us a few minutes alone before we make our decision,? he requested.

    ?Very well, I shall be waiting in the alley,? he said and left.

    Obi-Wan looked at his master a moment. ?I know what you are thinking, Master.?

    ?And?? Qui-Gon asked.

    ?I think you?ve gone senile,? he replied dryly.

    Qui-Gon shook his head. ?Have you not seen the destruction around you, can you not smell the bodies? How can you ignore all that?? Qui-Gon asked calmly.

    ?I am aware of all those thing, but it is not our place to-?

    ?To what, Obi-Wan? To help the Republic, to stop a renegade Jedi who is destroying everything, to take back the Jedi Temple? How is it not our place?? Qui-Gon questioned. ?As Jedi we owe any survivors of this Lord at least an attempt to stop him.?

    ?We have already made an attempt,? Obi-Wan countered.

    ?Really? And just what have you done to stop him since we?ve arrived?? Qui-Gon asked eyebrow raised.

    Obi-Wan chose his words carefully. ?The two of us who lived in this world and time already tried to stop the Lord and failed. . . Not only did we fail, we died. If the Force didn?t want the Lord to be so powerful, it would not have allowed him to go so far. This is not where we belong, so what right have we to come here and mess with what is supposed to be,? he finished. Qui-Gon was silent a moment.

    ?You have a valid argument, Padawan. Yet, one must also wonder, perhaps a mortal being here made a mistake,
  23. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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    So Obi's has a bad feeling about facing the Lord. I hate it when he does that. Well, most of the time.

    Can't wait until you post again, be it tomorrow or Sun. :D

    ~Swede :p
  24. KenobisGirl Jedi Master

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    Great few posts! Ooo, it's getting creepy!

    More soon please! :)

    Do I sense Obi-hurt and Qui-angst? ;) :D

    KG :cool:
  25. TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master

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