Thank Goodness it was only Darth Real Life. I was afraid we had lost you during the-move-that-wasn't-the-move-just-a-long-pizza-run. I guessed they were Huttese words. Makes sense for the Rask brothers to know them. Thanks for the ages. That helps. The scene where Yaja was training was very nice. I enjoy her interaction with QP. I keep stumbling about QP's name, because I keep mispronouncing it in my mind. I always think it's like "creepy", only without the "r" sound. Hence my spelling of the droid as QP. Maybe that'll help me stick to the right pronunciation. I have to question Kyp's sanity in bringing 2 young teenagers of roughly the same age on the same ship. Thankfully they aren't 15 or 16 yet. But it's good that Yaja is there for Ejen. I like how Ejen still loves his brother and how Kyp is trying to give Jamor a chance to come along. Sadly it didn't work out. I wish Kyp had told Jamor "I'm not judging you. I know what your life is like. I grew up in the Spice Mines of Kessel." or something like that. Might have made a difference. Then again, apparently the Ghosts aren't going to let Jamor go. The Ghosts made sure the unwritten rules of the street - no hurting kids, no shooting wildly, no finking out to the cops - were followed. As bad as the Ghosts are, this sounds like an improvement to the previous situation. <Pretty little addict. We'll discuss where you are after we deal with who you are ... and who you'll be,> a voice teased. I'm having a bad feeling about this. I worry that Jamor will grow into a powerful underworld boss with a strong hatred for his brother - and Kyp. "Let's see what's in that brain of yours ... before we rewire it." Oh no! Poor Jamor. I'm glad the Ghosts were willing to let Ejen go. I could see how they might be interested in their own private force-user. Thank goodness that isn't going to happen. Nice, long update! I enjoyed it! More soon?