Like all of you, I'm wondering what direction Episode VII will take. So last night, I jotted down a concept. I wanted to take a stab at what an "original" story could be. My two goals were to stay away from the manner in which the Jedi VS Sith confrontation was told in prior movies, and to add some additional value to a concept from the Prequels that I never personally warmed up to. I welcome your thoughts and comments. Star Wars: Episode 7 Jada Solo, direct descendant of Han and Leia, is a brilliant scientist. At the age of 25, she’s ascended to the highest medical post in the Republic. Publicly, she’s seen as a hero. The one who saved countless trillions from a perilous virus. Privately, she’s interested in the folklore of the Jedi, specifically, the essence of midiclorians. As she conducts her own, highly guarded, and solitary research aboard the Republic’s premier medical frigate (The Organa), she discovers how to replicate midiclorians. Jada shares her findings with her cousin and head of the still young Jedi Council, Han Skywalker. He sees experimenting with midiclorians as against the force’s will, and prefers a time-tested and more cautious path towards filling the Jedi’s ranks. Discouraged at the lack of cooperation, Jada injects herself with her replicated midiclorians and discovers a level of enlightenment that challenges every essence of her being. Continued injections offer her unimagined powers, and a deep desire to “enlighten” the galaxy. Against the Republic’s wishes, Jada shares her findings publically and stirs the imaginations of a galactic population. Soon, factions from across the galaxy conspire to take this technology for their own purposes. Seeking to protect her, the Jedi attempt to escort her and her findings to a remote location. The immature Jedi order is challenged at every step – as distinctly different factions from across the galaxy (including planetary armies, rouge intellectuals, bounty hunters and backwater leaders with delusions of grandeur) ascend from all directions….