Discovering that one of the Sith's biggest secrets is our own.
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Liam Tra'Kelv, Jedi Knight, Mustafar mission log:
Me and Toe Toe entered the vault with our jedi brethren Cole Skywalker without too much difficulty. We learned that there was a split in the vault, with one corridor going to the north, the other to the south. We split up.
Me and my padawan went south and found a large library of datacrons, holocrons, datapads, and flimsys. All the Sith's research into the past. But deeper there was a locked control room that overlooked an underground lake, a lake of cooling lava. We went to exit to locate what information they found so valuable, but stopped when we heard the tweets of an ancient astromech. My helmet was able to translate. "Sith = below + ambush. Counterpart = talktive -> silenced. Jedi = help."
I sent Toe Toe to take out the sith below, he found a service ladder. I went to go across when all of a sudden a Sith Trooper appeared, I backed him out onto the walkway leading to the droid as Toe Toe got into position to ambush the Sith warrior ambusher.
I killed the trooper, easily. The droid, R2-D2, thanked me tremendously. His memory was slowly being processed because it contained great details of both the Sith and Jedi's history for the past 20,000 years.
And Toe Toe disarmed, or rather dis-handed, the sith. Then he left him with the elements after a lengthy speech attempting to turn him to the lightside.
He then rescued the head of the talkative protocol droid, C-3PO, which contains his memories, and we left.
He doesn't know it, but this mission is part of his trials, soon he will be a knight.
The Sith Warrior returns later, eviler and more twisted than before. The same hellfire that had christened Darth Vader having baptized this Sith warrior. (He ends up going into the lava, using the Force he remains alive.
Quoting Duncan L
Again with the comics. >:( The landscaping was decent, the bridge looks a bit messy. Your score: 13/30.
One changed positioned pic showing the conclusion that the sith doesn't get killed does not a comic make. It's more a before and after. If I had three or four differing positioned scenes that would make a true comic. And how is the bridge "messy"? It's ultra simple, if anything it should be taken down in points for being too lacking in details.