Discussion in 'Fan Fiction- Before, Saga, and Beyond' started by DarthKakarot, Aug 8, 2005.
Rabai, you got Horaxified!
Excellent Kaky keep them coming
up! this story is so cool! ive read it twice,and will be here ready to read more
Good story, though.
Update atlast! Sorry for the long wait, parts should be up sooner now
The Jedi team moved through the opening in the doorway, the team's confidence rising as they neared the bridge.
?Remember, Kakarot, don?t do anything stupid. No one here wants to relive Tuonara.? Reboscale said half serious and half playfully.
"Reboscale, you know me too well." The small green Jedi Master said with a smirk as one of his pointed ears twitched with anticipation. And then it suddenly hit him. Horax! The team had left him behind, "Talk about stupid, Master, but we forgot Horax!"
"Your fault," said Reboscale as he tried to restrain his laughter. "Dear oh dear, he isn't going to be too pleased."
"My fault?" Asked Kakarot, "We might as well leave him." He looked at Reboscale whose eyes where watering with laughter.
"With all due respect, Masters, we need Horax to complete the mission. Now, stop acting like six year-old younglings. We?ll wait here until Master Horax shows up!" Sekotian ordered in a strict tone and turned to Master Burditt, the one Council member who was known for being as stubborn as a Gundark and for being as reget as he was in procedures.
"Yeah." Sango agreed as she tried to hide a smirk.
"I'm with Sekotian. You?re being a tad immature for the matter; millions, if not billions of lives are at risk here!" Master Kadi pointed out with a disapproving shake of his head.
"Thank you Master Kadi." Sekotian said as he pulled out his map again and flicked the datapad?s ?ON? switch. The usual blue holo-map appeared and he studied it for a second before saying, "This is a big corridor, we'll have to run if we are to reach Vassago in time to stop him".
"Agreed. Are any escape pods nearby?" Master Kadi asked as he leant against the wall and waited.
"Three are located in the hallway left of the maintenance tubes. Though, one of us is going home alone" Replied Sekotian who had just flicked the holo-map off.
"We'll have to see what Horax wants to do first." Reboscale suggested as he folded his arms and looked toward the hole that was left in the door. He noticed Horax clamber through the hole and smile at his teammates. "Speaking of the?".
"No time for this, come on!" Horax ordered as he began to run down the long corridor.
The team followed.
brilliant dialogue. this is getting better and better.
Awesome job, Kaky!.
Keep up the great work.
Please update soon!.
Keep it coming!
awesome keep it commin
Yey im not dead yet
Ooh its getting more intresting every time!!!Keep up the good work!!
Great job Ant.
Thanks guys! Anyway, heres more action from our lovable Jedi!
The Jedi Team hurried down the corridor. Master Horax was so focused, that he could hear every pulsating beat of his teams? heart beats. Not a second past without him thinking of the outcome their confrontation with the Dark Lord would have.
"The door, it's opening!" Shouted Kakarot as he skid to a stop on the metal floor and whipped out his lightsaber as his pointed ears twitched with anticipation of the duel.
"Kakarot, out of the way!" Yelled Sekotian franticly. Before Kakarot could react to the order he was hit by a wave of Force energy from Sekotian that knocked him out of the path of a screaming blaster bolt. It was so close that he could feel the intense heat being emitted from its core as it barely missed his ear by centimeters.
"Stay focused!" Horax ordered as he activated his green lightsaber and vaulted ahead of the group and deflected more bolts that shot down the corridor from the desperate defenders. 'These Stormtroopers never learn,' he thought as he used the force to send several troopers flying into the wall. ?Sango, cut the lights!?
"Sure. Where is the power conduit?? Sango asked franticly as more fire was laid down on the team when more troops emerged from the other side of the hallway. ?Come on, come on! Where is it!? Master Sekotian, where is the power conduit?" Sango yelled over the sound of lightsabers and blaster fire.
"Uh.... woah!" Sekotian said with a flare of shock and excitement as a laser blast nearly hit him. "It?s in that..." He said as he slammed his saber through a Stormtrooper, "?large gray control panel to the left of the doors.?
"Got it!" Sango said as she back flipped over the fighting and stabbed the casing with her saber. There was burst of sparks and smoke from inside the conduit, but nothing happened, at least to the lights. "Master, it didn't work!"
"Oops, wrong one....? Sekotian said embarrassedly as he pulled his saber out of a trooper?s body and slashed through another one directly in front of him as he turned to see the blast doors ahead start to close. ?The door! Stop it from closing!" Sekotian yelled at Sango, but he was too late and the door slammed shut.
With in a few minutes the five Jedi had cleared away the ambushing Stormtroopers and finally manage to regroup and replan their actions. Clearly they had lost the element of surprise and that they were running out of time. Outside the Super StarDestroyer the Republic Forces were chipping away at the giant cruiser and slowly but surely destroying it.
"Whew, that?s the last of them. Master Horax, ready to carry on?" Reboscale voiced with the essence of confidence, something the rest of the Jedi team appreciated, even Master Horax.
Master Horax deactivated his lightsaber, and took a deep breath, he turned his head slowly to face Reboscale, "No, no my old apprentice, not yet. First, I must say something to all of you" His voice was as calm as could be.
Horax could sense everybody?s emotions, Reboscale's, Kakarot's and Sango's hardly surprising calm. Horax had taught Reboscale, who had taught Kakarot, and who in turn had taught the most junior member of the team: Sango. Master Kadi's as-fast-as-a-Podracer mind, which was only rivaled in speed by his saber skills, was like the buzzing sound of power-couplers in the link. Then there Master Sekotian?s quiet inquisitive nature that brought out a sense of calm and nervousness. He was more of a thinker than a duelist, a fact made obvious by his rank as a Jedi Consular, although he did excel at both.
"What is it Master?" Questioned Master Kadi, his native Nautolon head tentacles coming to a rest mostly on his back except for two rouge tentacles that hung over each shoulder. His jet black eyes glistening in the rooms light as he waited for Master Horax to tell what he was going to say. The team was unaware that the Grand Jedi?s words would be, but something about the almost glum and respecting way he looked seemed to tell each member that the speech
keep it up
wonder what he is going to say
This is cool stuff!
Excellent keep it up
I love the suspense.
Can't wait for the next one!
Excellent work, Kaky!.
I wonder what Darth-Horax will say.
Please update soon!.