Beyond The End of All Light (Post-NJO AU: Anakin Solo, Jacen, Jaina, L/M, H/L, many more) Updated 9/9/13!

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  1. Diamond_Revelation Force Ghost

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    Well that was interesting - I guess you will be waiting till right at the end to reveal who Malig really is but I look forward to finding out!!! I love the way you have portrayed Jacen's mental struggle. Even now though he is completely lost to the dark side he seems to dislike what he is doing!

    Great Chapter Yoda.
  2. L0B0 Jedi Knight

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    Enthralling as always :cool:

    Actually, the recap of back story was a nice touch at this point.

    Whatever consequences occur after this incursion on Zenoma, I'm sure there will be a good explanation in due course as to its necessity.



    I do have one question about Malig though: Is he an original character you created, or is he an AU version of a canon character?
  3. PirateofRohan Jedi Grand Master

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    Jacen, you need to get your morals straight. *Shoots him with a stun blaster* There, all better!:p
  4. Spike2002 Former FF-UK RSA and Arena Manager

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    Still looking good, YK.

    BTW, I don't know whether you've read The Unknown Regions yet, but if you have, you should soooooooo include the Mnggal-Mnggal in this story :p
  5. TahiriSoloFan Jedi Master

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    So..... when exactly is the mystery of Malig going to be solved?
  6. YodaKenobi VIP

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    Magnuskn: He's a Sith now. It's what they do. As soon as the Bothans are free of their Ar'krai oath, they might backstab him. And they are Bothans.

    Excellent point [face_thinking]

    That's happening anyway, since Del Rey got an easy way out now on how to continue the story. Personally, I've given up on the period, since they managed to kriff up about everything with their long time-jumps and by killing off everybody from the younger generation but Jaina and Ben.

    I can't say my interest in it is anywhere near what it was a few years ago.

    Legacy is the future ( literally and figuratively ) for me and that is why I am quite anxious to know what will happen now with it.

    I hope the wait isn't long, especially with all the teasing that's been going on.






    Diamond: Well that was interesting - I guess you will be waiting till right at the end to reveal who Malig really is but I look forward to finding out!!!

    Yeah, it happens at the climax of the story, so during the end battle. It's a long wait, but it really wouldn't even make much sense if I told you without the stuff leading up to it :p

    I love the way you have portrayed Jacen's mental struggle. Even now though he is completely lost to the dark side he seems to dislike what he is doing!

    I think that's true. He's not conflicted in the way that he was in the last story, more accepting that these things have to be done.

    Great Chapter Yoda.

    Thank you and thanks for reading and replying :D






    L0B0: Enthralling as always

    Thank you :)

    Actually, the recap of back story was a nice touch at this point.

    I see them as a necessary evil :p With only a chapter being posted a week, and stories spread out over years, I don't think anyone could remember all the details without some reminders. I try to weave them in as naturally as possible, but sometimes they end up being 2,000 word info dumps that aren't great for the flow. It's certainly not the way I would do it if I was writing a novel.

    Whatever consequences occur after this incursion on Zenoma, I'm sure there will be a good explanation in due course as to its necessity.

    Yeah, that won't be too long. We know Malig wants Sekot to fuel the Reckoner, but the reasoning for bringing in the Bothans will probably be clear in the next chapter.

    I do have one question about Malig though: Is he an original character you created, or is he an AU version of a canon character?

    This is a terrific question but not one I really want to answer at this point [face_thinking]

    Thanks for reading and replying :D





    PirateofRohan: Jacen, you need to get your morals straight. *Shoots him with a stun blaster* There, all better!

    I think some would have told you to switch blaster settings :p





    Spike: Still looking good, YK.

    Thanks, I've been working out *flexes* :cool:

    ... Oh, you meant the story. Well, thanks for that too :D

    BTW, I don't know whether you've read The Unknown Regions yet, but if you have, you should soooooooo include the Mnggal-Mnggal in this story

    I haven't, but I've read some of the discussions on it. It sounds pretty creepy :p

    Thanks for reading and replying :)






    TSF: So..... when exactly is the mystery of Malig going to be solved?

    Not until the end of the story, I'm afraid, during the end battle :( But I don't think his identity would mean much with all the background info leading up to it, if that's any consolation :p

    Thanks for reading and replying :D







    Friday's post will finish up the Zonama Sekot/Ar'krai storyline. Expect some surprises [face_mischief]
  7. Darth_Mediocre Jedi Knight

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    And with a bang and a flash, the Dark Lord of Late Appearances strikes once more. The Malig flashback was... I was going to say illuminating, but actually it mostly just clouded already murky waters, so prehaps darkening would a better expression. I'm going to go with the theories that suggest the devil child is Malig. Makes our ever anonymous sith lord's identity even more of a puzzle though; I think (and do correct me if I'm wrong) the planet is an original creation, so how does everyone know his face? Like the subtle hints you've given us that this is some sort of twisted, dark version of Anakin's "virgin" birth, should make for some interesting duality. As ever your descriptions of all things evil have just the right edge and menace, and Korriban and Apollyon have been a particular highlight of this series for me. Palpatine's final destruction (again:p ) was well done, though I suspect we'll see him again at some point even if it's just whooping Malig's sithly posterior in a flashback.

    Yuck, Vong and Bothans reunion dinner was always going to be a very messy business. I see in terms of Jacen justifying his darkside actions you've gone down a similar "it's all a sacrifice" route to LOTF, though I feel Sekot is a far better victim, than Cadeus' cheap kop out. Although Jacen is definitely dark now, I do feel that there's enough empathy, and crucially regret (examples of which can be seen in this chapter) that he might still be redeemable. Not to excuse him standing by and allowing the desolation of a sentient world, but he at least seems to feel that what he and Malig are doing is deeply saddening, although necessary and justifiable. Of course that may very well change depending on what happens over the course of the fic, and by the end I might be egging you on to go all Sword of the Jedi on his ass.

    Question I've been pondering for a while now. What role does Vergere play in all of this? Do you think that she would approve of Jacen's choices thus far? Were her appearances in this series real or more trickery from Malig. Will our feathered friend be showing up to give out advice like it's the holy truth again? And if an orange is called an orange, why is a banana not called a yellow? Good stuff so far Yobi, looking forward to friday.
  8. Goddess_At_Heart Jedi Master

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    I'm a bit late replying and I hope you don't mind. [face_blush]

    SO much darkness! I love it! [face_mischief]

    Malig...HMMM? He brings on a whole new level of 'Mysterious Master' if you ask me.

    Very good, can't wait to read more....! :D
  9. Magnuskn Force Ghost

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    Del Reys insistence in killing off and marginalizing the Bantam second generation characters is almost enough to swing me back my that "they are kriffing the up the EU on purpose" argument, which got me banned for a few days some years ago. :p
  10. PirateofRohan Jedi Grand Master

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    Now where would be the fun in that![face_mischief]

    Why am I suddenly scared?[face_worried]
  11. L0B0 Jedi Knight

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    L0B0: Enthralling as always

    Thank you happy

    Actually, the recap of back story was a nice touch at this point.

    I see them as a necessary evil tongue With only a chapter being posted a week, and stories spread out over years, I don't think anyone could remember all the details without some reminders. I try to weave them in as naturally as possible, but sometimes they end up being 2,000 word info dumps that aren't great for the flow. It's certainly not the way I would do it if I was writing a novel.

    Whatever consequences occur after this incursion on Zenoma, I'm sure there will be a good explanation in due course as to its necessity.

    Yeah, that won't be too long. We know Malig wants Sekot to fuel the Reckoner, but the reasoning for bringing in the Bothans will probably be clear in the next chapter.

    I do have one question about Malig though: Is he an original character you created, or is he an AU version of a canon character?

    This is a terrific question but not one I really want to answer at this point thinking

    Thanks for reading and replying grin





    Ouch...totally denied! [face_beatup] [face_laugh]

    Which I totally understand, but yet I find myself asking the same question every time I attempt to unravel the mystery of Malig's original identity.

    The reason I ask: The one 'fact' that really throws me off is how two beings from different sides of the galaxy and with nothing in common (Faybol and Jacen) could possibly recognize him and assign so much significance to the face beneath the mask. I cannot think of a single canon character, even modified, that could have been an apprentice of Plaguies around the same time as Sidious and still fit all of the other clues in the story.

    I don't mean to derail the story thread with this, but at some point in the future I would be fascinated to hear about how you came up with the idea for this character and backstory.
  12. Maggy Force Ghost

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    Wizardy Devil:

    Sounds dangerous

    It does indeed - I am very careful all the time ;)

    Just kidding :p The real reason was that Ben and Jonah would clutter the cover.

    That might be true actually LOL

    No idea. If I ever travel back in time to 2005 though, I'll be sure to ask myself [face_thinking]

    I?ll send Doc Who your way with his Tardis ... he might help you out 8-}

    I really am :p

    Glad you know :p




    New post on Friday. The structure at the beginning of this story is going to be a little different than the previous ones. The next two chapters will focus on the Sekot stuff because these events take place about a month after "The Lands of the Dead"? the rest of the story, with the exception of the Malig flashbacks, takes place 3 months after that. The reason for the time jump will become clear later. So after chapter 3, we'll begin jumping around the galaxy to see other characters like the rest of my stories.

    Glad that you not keep the tension up about Sekot and what is going on there :p
    Great to read that you finally show some of Malig?s past ;)



    Chapter 2: The View From the Darkness

    Sekot seems so young ... even thought the planet is old.
    Jacen compare to it appears to be old, trapped in a young body [face_thinking]

    Isn?t it funny how POVs work? I am sure if you have Anakin telling the tale it would be different and if you get Tenel into the mix, it will be different again.
    So you get three ways ... of the same stories, each with the personal thoughts imprinted.


    "You're keeping secrets from me."

    "Always."


    LOL that is so true
    And also fits to the author ;) :D



    Awesome update, YK :D =D=


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    Darth_Mediocre: And with a bang and a flash, the Dark Lord of Late Appearances strikes once more.

    Good to see you :D

    The Malig flashback was... I was going to say illuminating, but actually it mostly just clouded already murky waters, so prehaps darkening would a better expression.

    Yeah, those are the kind of reveals I like?the ones that make things even more confusing :p

    I'm going to go with the theories that suggest the devil child is Malig.

    I think it's a safe bet at this point.

    Makes our ever anonymous sith lord's identity even more of a puzzle though; I think (and do correct me if I'm wrong) the planet is an original creation, so how does everyone know his face?

    Yes, that is the question [face_thinking]

    Like the subtle hints you've given us that this is some sort of twisted, dark version of Anakin's "virgin" birth, should make for some interesting duality.

    Yeah, we'll be getting a lot more on this and how it was possible in the future.

    As ever your descriptions of all things evil have just the right edge and menace, and Korriban and Apollyon have been a particular highlight of this series for me.

    Thanks! Glad it was creepy enough [face_mischief]

    Palpatine's final destruction (again ) was well done, though I suspect we'll see him again at some point even if it's just whooping Malig's sithly posterior in a flashback.

    Your suspicions are correct. We will see the original showdown between the two when Palpatine was more than a sad Sith spirit.

    Yuck, Vong and Bothans reunion dinner was always going to be a very messy business. I see in terms of Jacen justifying his darkside actions you've gone down a similar "it's all a sacrifice" route to LOTF, though I feel Sekot is a far better victim, than Cadeus' cheap kop out.

    It's not quite the same sort of "sacrificing", but I see what you mean.

    Although Jacen is definitely dark now, I do feel that there's enough empathy, and crucially regret (examples of which can be seen in this chapter) that he might still be redeemable.

    He's at least saddened by his lack of empathy, which might mean something.

    Not to excuse him standing by and allowing the desolation of a sentient world, but he at least seems to feel that what he and Malig are doing is deeply saddening, although necessary and justifiable. Of course that may very well change depending on what happens over the course of the fic, and by the end I might be egging you on to go all Sword of the Jedi on his ass.

    Could be. There are going to be some horrible, horrible things ahead :(

    Question I've been pondering for a while now. What role does Vergere play in all of this? Do you think that she would approve of Jacen's choices thus far? Were her appearances in this series real or more trickery from Malig. Will our feathered friend be showing up to give out advice like it's the holy truth again?

    I imagine she will and you'll get some sort of answer to all of these questions, though there may still be some ambiguity about what's real and what isn't.

    And if an orange is called an orange, why is a banana not called a yellow?

    I ask myself this on a daily basis.

    Good stuff so far Yobi, looking forward to friday.

    Thanks and thanks for reading and replying :D






    Goddess_At_Heart: I'm a bit late replying and I hope you don't mind.

    Of course not, and you're not late at all [face_peace] There's never any rush on replies.

    SO much darkness! I love it!

    Glad to hear it [face_devil]

    Malig...HMMM? He brings on a whole new level of 'Mysterious Master' if you ask me.

    We'll be tearing into that mystery piece by piece as we go and have him all figured out by the end.

    Very good, can't wait to read more....!

    Thanks and thanks for reading and replying :D There should be more tomorrow!






    Magnuskn: Del Reys insistence in killing off and marginalizing the Bantam second generation characters is almo
  14. corran2 Force Ghost

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    Went bacl and actually read the reactions that Jacen and Callista. Jacen "can't help but smile". Makes me think he has realzied a great irony, something that lifts him from a dark mood. Callista realzies she "has a purpose in life now". Interesting.
  15. Magnuskn Force Ghost

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    I wonder what swung the whole thing around. I guess we'll never know.

    Just finished the first FotJ novel yesterday, since they finally come out in paperback. Meh. Meeeeh. :-B The part on Kessel seemed wholly superfluous, the parts with Jaina, Jag and Tahiri were nice. Luke and Ben were just kinda "there". I hope this picks up in the following novels. Yeah, yeah, I already heard of Vestara, the Lost Tribe of the Sith and Abeloth, so spoil away. :p

    But at least it wasn't completely offensive to the eyes.
  16. Ceillean Force Ghost

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    I'm stunned at how many comments I had to go through to actually find the rest of the story. [face_laugh]

    Darth Malig -- awesome. [face_mischief] I love bad guys to begin with. Malig seems extraordinarily interesting. I even like Jacen so far.

    Great stuff you have here. Looking forward to reading more. :)

    =D=
  17. Darth_Mediocre Jedi Knight

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    I actually quite like it this way. There's no mystery in the world anymore. Everyone seems to want every little loose-end tied up in a neat bow. Not everything gets answered in life, so why should fiction be any different. The Soprano's David Chase said something similar I think "This is what Hollywood has done to America. Do you have to have closure on every little thing? Isn't there any mystery in the world? It's a murky world out there." Plus I think it suits Vergere's character that we get shades of grey rather than black or white (or indeed, light and dark). Partly why I think profic made the wrong call in 'outing' her as a Sith, or Sith wannabe at any rate. I've always thought that Vergere, like Kreia is one of those characters who defies simplistic judgement; far better to let the reader make up their own mind. The act of reading is meant to be an enriching, stimulating experience. After all, if every author led people by the nose, we wouldn't have literature, we'd have a giant version of Sesame Street. Look forward to seeing how you play that card anyway.
  18. YodaKenobi VIP

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    corran: Went bacl and actually read the reactions that Jacen and Callista. Jacen "can't help but smile". Makes me think he has realzied a great irony, something that lifts him from a dark mood.

    Could be. The irony thing sounds about right...

    Callista realzies she "has a purpose in life now". Interesting.

    Yeah, weird [face_thinking] Of course, we know what Callista wanted from Malig and it seems to be tied to his identity for some reason.





    Magnuskn: I wonder what swung the whole thing around. I guess we'll never know.

    Either just bad decision making or it became apparent to them that books with the Big 3 generated more interest than the Solo kids. May be true in the short term, but as far as the long term success of the franchise, I would think it obvious you need new blood to push the story forward as long as you want to keep moving forward in time. Luke, Han, and Leia are now ridiculously old :p

    Just finished the first FotJ novel yesterday, since they finally come out in paperback. Meh. Meeeeh.

    My general reaction as well.

    The part on Kessel seemed wholly superfluous, the parts with Jaina, Jag and Tahiri were nice. Luke and Ben were just kinda "there".

    Other than some nice father/son moments, the entire Luke & Ben storyline in Outcast seemed almost as pointless as the Kessel stuff. The action scenes on Coruscant were cool and I found the whole crazy Jedi thing interesting, though a little silly.

    I hope this picks up in the following novels. Yeah, yeah, I already heard of Vestara, the Lost Tribe of the Sith and Abeloth, so spoil away.

    I'll just say I thought Omen was terrible, Abyss was very good, and so was Backlash. Can't comment on Allies yet.

    But at least it wasn't completely offensive to the eyes.

    Yeah, it's not terrible, but not up to Allston standards, IMHO.






    Ceillean: I'm stunned at how many comments I had to go through to actually find the rest of the story.

    There's a post on each page so far, at least :p

    Darth Malig -- awesome. I love bad guys to begin with. Malig seems extraordinarily interesting. I even like Jacen so far.

    Glad you're liking him :) He's sort of going to be the main focus for the story if I had to pick one. His relationship with Jacen is obviously at the forefront.

    Great stuff you have here. Looking forward to reading more.

    Thanks so much and thanks for reading and replying :D There will be more up today





    Mediocre: I actually quite like it this way. There's no mystery in the world anymore. Everyone seems to want every little loose-end tied up in a neat bow. Not everything gets answered in life, so why should fiction be any different. The Soprano's David Chase said something similar I think "This is what Hollywood has done to America. Do you have to have closure on every little thing? Isn't there any mystery in the world? It's a murky world out there." Plus I think it suits Vergere's character that we get shades of grey rather than black or white (or indeed, light and dark). Partly why I think profic made the wrong call in 'outing' her as a Sith, or Sith wannabe at any rate. I've always thought that Vergere, like Kreia is one of those characters who defies simplistic judgement; far better to let the reader make up their own mind. The act of reading is meant to be an enriching, stimulating experience. After all, if every author led people by the nose, we wouldn't have literature, we'd have a giant version of Sesame Street. Look forward to seeing how you play that card anyway.

    I agree to a certain extent, though I think in every story there are questions that must be answered. Its sometimes easy to substitute ambiguity for the having to do the hard business of making definitive choices with a story, and I think a reader knows when something essential went unfulfilled. For instance, if I never answered the question of "who is Darth Malig?" in this series, I suspect people who took
  19. YodaKenobi VIP

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    Chapter 3: Ar'krai

    A storm of red blaster bolts cascaded across the clearing, filling the night with a haze of smoke, animal screams of anguish, and the acrid stench of ozone and scorched flesh. Most of the Yuuzhan Vong were caught unprepared by the Bothan assault and were cut down before any coordinated defense could possibly be mounted in the village. Their bodies collapsed in smoking heaps upon the rippling grasses that had served as their village plaza, a place of assemblage where the Vong tasted the first sips of democracy after suffering millennia of theocratic rule in a severe caste system? where most of them had begun to grasp concepts like "hope" and "freedom."

    Now they stared vacant-eyed into the wafting curls of blast fog, their faces frozen in horrible expressions of agony, and their boiled blood staining those sacred grasses.

    It was a massacre.

    And no one was coming to stop it.

    Danni Quee rushed towards the many-rayed star-shaped compound the Yuuzhan Vong shapers called a "damutek" and dove behind one of its long edges to escape the energy bolts streaking by her in all directions. Chips of coral spat in hot showers near her face that made her blonde hair flutter in her eyes as the bolts chewed through the barrier she was huddled behind and the scientist fumbled for the small, silver-finished holdout blaster she kept on her hip. She managed to free the weapon with too much effort, then risked sticking her hand up over the edge of the damutek's base and blindly firing a pair of bright salvos back at her attackers.

    She was certain she didn't hit anything.

    A few meters in front of her a towering former warrior was struck in the face by a scalding red beam of energy, leaving a pit where the Yuuzhan Vong's mouth had been that bled a thick ribbon of billowing smoke. Before he'd even fallen back into the grass dead, the ground beneath Danni quaked when a thermal detonator was cast amidst a group of Vong making a stand in the plaza that hurled their ruptured bodies back like carelessly flung dolls of indifferent children, while simply tearing others asunder in a scorching white flash.

    Again, the blonde woman reached over the edge of her hiding place and peppered the black horde of Bothan troopers with half-blind cover fire. This time she thought she saw at least one of the bolts bounce off the chest plate of one of the assassins.

    A noise to her left sent Danni whirling around in time to see Nen Yim and Uhla racing around the other side of the damutek, chased by a pair of Bothans in Alliance armor. The Master Shaper's lithe body leapt and twisted in the air with surprising grace to dodge the flurry of blaster bolts streaming from the weapons of her pursuers, and as she turned, Nen Yim extended her shaper's hand. The appendage was an implanted creature covered in a flexible carapace, whose fingers were decorated by spurs, pincers, retractable claws, and a maze of sensor knobs that danced throughout the shaper's swirling tattoos.

    From Nen Yim's implanted hand shot a whip-like tendril that stretched in a stinger and stabbed into the throat of one of the Bothans. The assassin dropped his weapon and clutched at the gushing wound as he fell to his knees and gurgled his last, incomprehensible words. In a flash, Nen Yim pulled the stinger loose and sent it in a sharp arc that slashed across the throat of the other Bothan, hurling him aside in a spraying fan of gore.

    "Nen Yim!" Danni called to her colleague. There was a wild look in the shaper's green eyes as she turned toward the sound of her voice that reminded Danni for one bone-chilling moment of the mercilessness and disdain she saw in the stares of her captors when she had been a prisoner of the Yuuzhan Vong at the start of that conflict. Danni shivered at the reminder and the look vanished in the next moment as Nen Yim and Uhla sprinted to where the scientist was huddled and took refuge there beside her. "Where is Tolok Saa?"

    "I am unsure," Uhla replied, her brow creased with confusion. "We lost sight of him in th
  20. Maggy Force Ghost

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  21. Magnuskn Force Ghost

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    What, not even a pithy one-liner for Kre'fey before he got vaped? Tsk, tsk. :p

    Okay, I saw the double-cross coming, but not how Jacen would make Sekot fall for his lies. Good work! Good chapter. :)

    It was definitely the wrong way to go. Now, they have to push all the burden on Jaina and Ben, which necessitates making them interesting enough to carry the franchise. With Anakin, they had a very popular character who already had garnered enormous fan sympathy, but they chose to kill exactly that one character off. It's just beyond me how their decision-making process went on that, but maybe I simply don't have enough of a lack of foresight, when it comes to serial literary works. Comes with the territory of reading serial comics for such a long time. ^^

    There really wasn't much to get excited about. Blood Trail would have been a much better sequel. [face_peace]

    Well, I can argue from the perspective of already knowing what is to come, so for me the "crazy Jedi" thing makes more sense. But the Baran Do sages were exactly as boring as I always imagined them to be. :p

    Because you are a reviewer and are under an NDA, yes yes. [face_batting]

    IIRC, he had just recovered from an heart attack when he wrote it? It certainly lacked Wedge being incredibly awesome. Also, Voort SaBinring, aka Piggy, would have been nice in that little Wraith Squadron reunion on Kessel.
  22. Point Given Mod of Literature and Community

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    Whoa.

    Now thats how you do a last sentence!
  23. GrandMasterKatarn Force Ghost

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    FOURTH!

    Wow! :eek: Jacen played the Bothans, Sekot, the Yuuzhan Vong, Danni Quee, Jabitha, and Traest Kre'fey. Lying to Sekot about the Jedi giving the location of Zonama Sekot to the BOTHANS! Are they really sure that Jacen's telling the truth, or can Sekot not even feel that? Either way, he's going to have sooo many enemies when this hits the ears of the Jedi.

    Some how I get the feeling that things are only going to get worse [face_worried] . I dread to think who else Jacen will manipulate to get his and Maligs way by the end of the fic.

    Great post.
  24. corran2 Force Ghost

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    Definetly a gutsy move, killing an established character like Kre'fey off without even seeing him. I respect it though. I wonder if Sekot doesn't still suspect Jacen and is using him for other purposes? I'm interested to hear why Anakin has a scar as Sekot? Has that already been explained? Great chapter, great shocker of an ending. SO we will be jumping into the future as of the next post?


    EDIT: The book Malig has in chapter 2, is it a possiblity that it is the grimiore mentioned in the prologue?
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