Star Wars: Return of the Sith

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Post by idontevenknow » Sun Apr 15, 2018 7:35 pm

“No closer!” Kavra snapped as the self proclaimed Grey Jedi began to approach. He was ready to run, or fight if need be, though the latter option likely wouldn’t yield results in Kavra’s favor. Lightning arced between his fingertips, making them seem like they were glowing. Kavra has no idea how to use this newfound power. He just knew that if he let go, sparks would fly.

The young man, who’s eyes had grown dark and limbs skinny, did his best to control himself. But his emotions were like a rollercoaster. One minute he was terrified of the man in front of him, the next he was furious that he had been placed in his situation. Kavra’s heart was full of chaotic turmoil, only fueling the growing power of the Dark Side.

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Post by Trooper FN-86 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:58 pm

"Of course..." Navarr said, stoping in place now level with, but only a short distance away from the padawan. Navarr still held the young mans saber in his hand, loosly so he could reclaim his blade at any time. As Navarr considered what to say next he noticed a spark of sith lightnig arc arcoss his fingers. Mortis was influencing the young man, and his emotions were fueling powers he had never explored. He was a powder keg...one that could ignite at any moment. perhaps that would be better for the young one...much like the early bouts with sith younglings.

"I sense great confusion in you. You're afraid, angry, and the dark side of the force is growing within you. Mortis does that to jedi. It influences you with the opposing ideals of the force. You must not bottle these feelings...They fuel Sith. Release them...use them...focus them to empower you. Take your blade...and release your frustrations on me."

Navarr said, completely serious. He could take the padawan, he'd train several in his time. The boy needed to release the growing energy within him, and an old fashion sparr was by far the best way to do it.
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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by Eragon » Mon Apr 16, 2018 5:39 am

Rodian sighed and simply left. There wasn’t anything he could think of that will help the situation. He caught his staff and left the scenario.

He walked back towhee old building, hoping for somone to be there. He knew Lilu, Cal and Beta are all with the other ship. That left no one back unless Valerie decides to show up randomly.
He turned a corner and what do you know, Valerie was there.
“Valerie. Nice to... See you’re back.

Valerie turned ever so gracefully to face the back and red zebrak.
“Thank you. I had quiet a nice walk.”

Rodian snickered.
“Your three day walk?”

“Yes. A lot of walking and thinking.”

Finished with the nicaties he went to the point.
“Sorry to put you to work but you’re the only one available right now. Everyone is busy with-

“The two ships that decided to show up at the same time and everyone is fussing about.”

Rodian looked at Valerie very confused. He knew she is powerfull. But to know what exactly is happening gets him curious.
“Yes, and I was going to ask-“

“Going to ask me to go to the padwan in the forest to calm him down.”

Growing annoyed Rodian glared at Valerie.
“Exaclty that.”

Valerie smiled and walked past him.
“It’s ok. Everyone gets jealous.”

“I’m not jealous. If anything, you should be jealous because you can’t fight as well as me.”

Valerie only smiled but she didn’t reply, it was true she is probably the least fit and least combat experienced but when it comes to knowing the force. No one can compare.
“I’ll see you around.”
With that she was out sight.



Valerie walked into the forest and followed the direction she’s could sense the force users. Shortly enough she arrived on top of a hill and looked down to see Kalek, Navarr ad what she assumed was the imbalanced scared padwan. She could sense how they used the force. Kelak and Navarr clearly felt like grey Jedi. Calm and incontrol of both sides but the other. Who she assumed is about to have a face off with Navarr. He felt imbalanced. Overcome with emotion and the darkness ever so engulfing him only fed off it.
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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by idontevenknow » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:14 am

Kavra’s eyes jumped from his saber, to Navarr, then back to his weapon. Was he being serious or was this Sith just toying with him? Kavra resolved to take his opportunity, either way he was going to have to fight...

Kavra’s hand opened and his weapon suddenly shot from Navarr’s hand, activating mid-flight. The sheer speed of it reaching Kavra’s open palm forced to the padawan to spin, but he did so gracefully, immediately breaking into a full fledged sprint. He had to admit, letting go felt good. Simply releasing his self imposed boundaries on the force felt right. Allowing, and embracing the power of the Dark Side felt powerful.

Just before reaching Navarr, Kavra outstretched his hand and motioned at the ground in front of the Sith’s Feet. A familiar tingle at his fingertips, then CRACK! A bolt of lightning shot from his hand, blasting into the dirt in front of Navarr, creating a sizeable cloud of dust. Using the dust as a smokescreen of sorts, Kavra charged forwards, suddenly emerging from the dust and unleashing a torrent of savage blows aimed for the Sith.

Although Kavra has always been taught control, there was no stopping the monsoon of feelings that had finally been released. He swung with the might of a much stronger man, partially due to his own adrenaline and anger, but mostly due to the influence of the force, which now flowed through him in a seemingly endless wave. For Kavra, this was no simple sparring match. This was a manifestation of all the hate, anger, and fear that had been locked away in his heart.

Kavra’s mind seemingly went blank as he unleashed everything he had upon the much older, more powerful Sith. His movements were savage, relying on raw instinct and the guidance of the most primal core of the Dark Side. There wasn’t any hesitation in his attacks, as he seamlessly combined the use of his saber with ravaging Sith Lightning, pairing the two tools together as if he’d been doing so for years. I’m his animalistic attacks on the Sith, Kavra hadn’t even noticed the Jedi, and he likely wouldn’t.

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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by Trooper FN-86 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:16 pm

Navarr grinned as the padawan's blade left his hand. Without so much as a word The former Sith master brought his blade to his hand and prepared for the oncoming storm of rage and power. This type trial by fire was a common Sith practice. Allowing a young, angry apprentice to let loose their rage in a mindless flurry of strikes, allow them to taste the power, then teach them the importance of honing that power. Usually it was done with much younger and less powerful Sith younglings, but Navarr figured he could do the same with this young man.

"Good. Let your hatred flow through you. It feels good, doesn't it? Releasing it, allowing it to consume you..." Navarr taunted as he deflected various wild strikes and lighting bolts. The occasional slash or bolt made it through the more experienced sith's defenses, but nothing to dangerous or anything to bring him down. After a while of navarr pushed outward with the force, strong enough to send the young man flying back to the ground. Navarr then released some of his own lightning into the boys body, ensuring the young man stayed down as he spoke again.

"You become an animal. But animals do not win wars. Hatred and Fear are powerful weapons when used properly...and if you'd let me, I'd show you how..." Navarr said to the young man, pointing the tip of his blade towards him. He doubted the young man was done...and prepared for the next wave.
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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by AnimeFanV2 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 11:00 pm

Kalek stepped back from the jedi and Nevarr as they had a little fight. It seemed that Navarr had this handled for now. Kalek decided to stay nearby just in case assistance was needed. Sensing another presence he noticed Valerie on the hill. He gave a short wave towards her before returning his attention to the two in front of him.

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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by Eragon » Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:18 am

Valerie took a seat and watched the two. She inclined her head to Kelak then continued to watch. The padwan clearly has power but uclapped in applaud. She always liked watching others spar. It made her want to learn a lot more but she would have to sacrifice time for it which she is reluctant to do. the force is the greater out of the two she believes however it didn’t mean she didn’t admire.

She overheard Navarr speak some wisdom. She thought it was a bit dark for what they are trying to accomplish. It might be the light just saying that but she will take her chances. She closed her eyes and like what she did on Tatoonie. She focused on the force. Finding the connection between herself and the other too and through her mind she spoke, “emotion gives you power but it also engulfs you. Focusing and letting go leads to peace and clarity.”

She kept connected to them incase Navarr wanted to argue with her which she was perfectly ok with. Debate is better dealt with than to leave it.

- - -

Lilu looked at Cal. Because of them grey order idea, she could make personal relationships which she has to say she misses the opitunity and right infront of her is the one she had kept her eyes on. She couldn’t quiet freely admit yet though that she does like him.
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Post by Budderzim » Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:43 am

After a little while, Beta was walking down the ramp with Alex. Beta hurried towards them calmly and stood next to them.

- - -

Alex slowly approached them until she was only a few feet away from them, still giving them a comfortable amount of space. "I was told I was needed for questioning?" She said, hoping they weren't setting a trap for her. She was still partially injured from her ribs which were still aching a bit from them being broken a few months prior. If any of them looked into her mind with the force though, they would be able to notice she was hiding what little pain was there.
"You mind telling me what you're doing on that ship?"
"Sir, finishing this fight."

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Post by Argonaut24 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 10:15 pm

"So we will let you stay. However, you must feed and care for your men and the Jedi you brought. And we will transform the Jedi into an even greater mindset. We might have some use for you and your men later." Cal was surprised they had an army of followers this quick. There were more Jedi already here than he wanted so soon. He must deal with it though. He felt Lilu's cat eyes prey upon him and it made him a little uneasy. He didn't know why she looked at him like that. He turned and headed for his ship in search of food and water.

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Re: Star Wars: Return of the Sith

Post by Trooper FN-86 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 5:45 pm

Hearing a familiar voice echo through his head Navarr quickly looked around to find Valerie sitting on the hill, watching the bout between him and the young apprentice. He assumed that she had been watching for some time, and her comment was meant to go along with what he had just said. The former Sith simply nodded to the Jedi, and spoke aloud to the apprentice.

"She is right. Many Sith allow themselves to become consumed by their emotion, and they become wild, feral beasts. Control of these emotions, knowing when to let loose and when to hold back, is vital."
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