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A Padawan's TrialA cool breeze laden with moisture struck Iystryn's bare face awakening her. Her vision blurred into focus and she remembered that she was not at the Jedi Temple anymore; she was light years away from Coruscant on a remote forest world in the outer rim. Pulling her cloak over her she realized it too had soaked in the forest dew.A Padawan's Trial by ~digital-phantom
"Time to return to the hunt," whispered her master Reika Nomas, being careful not to awaken the dormant animals resting nearby. Reika was still in his late twenties but had already taken on Istryn as his padawan learner. The New Jedi order was low on numbers after the Yuuzhan Vong invasion that wiped out over three trillion people almost thirty years ago.
Although Reika was not the most experienced Jedi, Istryn was proud to say he was her master. Ever since she was a little girl she had looked up to him, and even had a crush on him at times. He was naturally popular at the academy and in the past
The PierThere I was, standing on the pier, waiting. The fog was thick, unbearably so. The dampness of the fog surrounded me, making my shirt stick to my torso, and my trench coat feel 1,000 times heavier, especially because of what I knew I had to do. I stood there, watching the cold, dark waves sway and eventually crash into something in the distance. I heard the footsteps. I turned around to see her silhouette on the dense fog. She stepped forward just enough so that we could clearly see each other.The Pier by ~jewcy
There was a gust of wind. I felt my damp trench coat blow backwards, its weight making me take a step back. Her skirt also caught the wind, revealing the creamy-white skin that I had fallen in love with. We stared at each other a while in the silence. I realized that tears had begun to form in the corner of her eyes.
"Why did you do it?" I spoke loudly as if she was much farther away from me than she really was.
She turned her head as she quietly replied, "I don't know." As she turned her head ba