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The Mission of Deception ~ JA, short one-poster

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction Stories--Classic JC Board (Reply-Only)' started by KenobisGirl, Nov 13, 2001.

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  1. KenobisGirl

    KenobisGirl Jedi Padawan star 4

    Jul 10, 2001
    Author: KenobisGirl
    Rating: PG
    Archive: Sure, but e-mail me first (
    Disclaimer: You can figure out what belongs to da man, Mr. Lucas. Everything else belongs to me.
    Summary: Obi goes on a solo mission. Of course, nothing goes as planned.
    This is the product of a school project.

    The soft hum of the small spacecraft?s engines made me sigh in contentment. The cockpit is my favorite place to be. I am Obi-Wan Kenobi, a 22-year-old Jedi apprentice. Jedi are in the service of the Galactic Republic, helping to fight crime and solve disputes around the galaxy.

    I have handsome, strong features, with ginger spiky hair and stormy eyes. My master, Qui-Gon Jinn, always suggests that I am too handsome for my own good, for I always end up being chased by a group of giggling females on every mission we go on.

    I was on my first solo mission, which means no help from my powerful Jedi Master. Yep, I was all alone. My mission was going to be quite simple and routine, escort the princess of her planet, Calco, to negotiate with the neighboring planet after a gruesome war. When my superiors back home tell me that my missions will be easy and orthodox, they usually don?t end up that way, especially when , <I> I?m </I> on the job.

    Anyway, back to the story. The small indicator on the ship?s console beeped softly to alert me that I was approaching my destination. As I pulled the little ship out of hyperspace, I got my first glimpse of the planet. It was a little planet, milky blue, and it had a think cloud cover.

    As I piloted the little ship closer to the atmosphere, my console picked up an incoming transmission.

    ?Incoming ship, please transmit your clearance code,? the voice said in a low, mechanical tone.

    ?I don?t have one, sir. I am Obi-Wan Kenobi, a Jedi. I was sent here by the Galactic Senate at your request,? I answered, suddenly suspicious.

    ?Jedi?? the voice questioned, ?We didn?t request Jedi help. Please allow us to escort you to a landing platform; resist, and you die.?

    I ran my hand over my short hair and sighed. See what I mean by ?not routine??
    Two starships appeared beside me to make certain I didn?t try to escape. Escape from what was the question I had to ask myself. I was almost afraid of what the answer could be.

    We dropped out of the billowing clouds and landed on a platform near many small domes. People of all species milled about the domes, carrying out their shopping and errands in the odd city.

    As soon as my ship had touched down and I had let down the landing ramp, the cockpit door was forced open. I whirled around to face the intruders. My hand strayed to where my lightsaber hung on my utility belt. Jedi are taught to not use their weapons on an unarmed man. When I saw that the intruders were armed with large blasters, I ignited my deadly weapon. The lightsaber activated with a snap and a glowing, blue rod of light shot out of the hilt. I stood in a defensive posture, ready for their first move.

    Usually, Jedi can sense their attackers? next moves by using the all-powerful Force as their guide, but the sharp kick to my ribs caught me unprepared. I vaguely wondered why I hadn?t sensed the move beforehand. I gasped as white-hot pain knifed through me. The loud crack of my ribs told me the cause of the pain. I coughed up blood and dropped my lightsaber from my trembling fingers. The world dissolved into blackness.
    I awoke on a cot in a dimly lit cell. My chest was bandaged and I was gasping for breath. Things were not looking good.

    The door to my cell whooshed open. I glanced up, startled. Again, the Force seemed elusive, sliding away from my grasping conscience like a frightened animal trying to escape from a curious child. The intruder strode in and hauled me up roughly. The sudden movement further aggravated my injury, and I coughed violently.

    The man forced me to walk down a long hallway. By the time we had reached our destination, a richly decorated off
  2. Jenn-Kenobi

    Jenn-Kenobi Jedi Youngling star 3

    Aug 3, 2001
    I hope you don't mind, but I found that funny. It was a cute fic.

    Well, maybe it was good there was no princess. :D Obi-Wan would have been worse off that way!
  3. Cheryl_Kenobi

    Cheryl_Kenobi Jedi Padawan star 4

    May 6, 2001
    Can we say sequal? please!!!
  4. TheSwedishJedi

    TheSwedishJedi Jedi Master star 4

    Sep 15, 2001
    Funny and angish. Cool, I like it. Also liked how you did the first person. I've never seen anything quite like that. :) Good story.

    ~Swede :p
  5. KenobisGirl

    KenobisGirl Jedi Padawan star 4

    Jul 10, 2001
    Lol! Thanx for reading! It was so fun to write! I think I will write a sequel... Hopefully I won't abandon it like my other poor stories!

    Thanks again! You guys are so great! :D
  6. Ginger_Jedi

    Ginger_Jedi Jedi Knight star 6

    Jun 4, 2001

    Short but sweet! I liked Obi's humour! LOL!!

    And yay! SEQUEL!!! :D
  7. ewen

    ewen Jedi Padawan star 4

    Jun 11, 2001
    Just to let you know I read all JA stories posted here and this was short but cute.PEACE Ewen
  8. KenobisGirl

    KenobisGirl Jedi Padawan star 4

    Jul 10, 2001
    Yes, I know it was short, but my English teacher didn't want it to be more than four pages written on paper... I got a 98% on this story, by the way. ;) Turns out that my teacher is a Star Wars fan too! :)

    Thanks for reading everyone! :D
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