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Bloodlines 20: Legacy
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Tython, the Jedi Council Chambers. One week after the events in Bloodlines 19: Endgame .

The Jedi Council Members and their five guests sat silently in the highest tower of the Jedi Temple on Tython. They had been sat in this way for sometime now, each of them remembering the horrors of Prakith and the Jedi who had fallen.



At last, Dana shifted in her seat and spoke softly.

Dana Kowls: "So this is victory?"



The members of the room glanced across at the three empty seats of Quino Loskin, Rashak Flo and Harash Soru.



Cossy Anaron: "Master Gregor Tech, Ben Dovallia, and now these."

Boris Yakerno: "I still cannot believe that they have gone. I know they are with the Force, but still..."



Warik Fentten: "I know, Master Yakerno, they shall be missed greatly."

Ordan Minoh: "Missed, but not forgotten."



Ulick Bentoa: "One does not simply forget heroes such as them."



Nayam Soru: "They paid the ultimate sacrafice so that we may go on in peace."

Morton: "Yes, they gave us our victory."



The door to the Council room hissed open and a figure stepped forwards.

Harash Soru: "It is their victory, my friend. They died so that we might live."

Nayam Soru: "Hara!"



Nayam ran forwards and embraced her husband, holding him tightly. For a long time, the Jedi had believed their Grand Master was on the verge of death, but slowly, Hara had begun to recover. And now he was back on his feet.



Harash Soru: "We have faced many, many hardships. We have protected the galaxy time and time again from threats that they have not even known to have existed. And we have paid a price. It is not easy to pick up the peices of a shattered life. Nor is it easy to return to normality after decades of war."



Hara turned the hilt of his lightsaber in his hands before activating the blade and smiling softly.

Harash Soru: "But we are Jedi. We have stood against the darkness and we have defeated it. And no matter what comes our way, this is our legacy! And we will go on, always. As the Force wills. Jedi to whatever end."



And they did go on. Masters Ulick, Cossy and Boris continued to serve the Jedi Council for many years, each marrying and producing children who all became fine Jedi. They served the Order faithfully until their deaths at old ages.



Mary Kringe and Filvo Jagmin were both offered places on the Jedi Council. Mary went on to marry and gave birth to two daughters to continue the Kringe line. However, whilst Mary lived into old age, Filvo Jagmin was later killed at the hands of the Yuuzhan Vong after defending Coruscant bravely for many days.



Warik Fentten and Goruq Da both remained members of the Jedi Council until stepping down in order to defend their homeworlds from the Vong. What happened to either of them is unknown, but stories surrounding their exploits continued to give hope to the people of their home planets.

Dana and Ordan on the other hand, both remained at the Jedi Temple on Tython where they dedicated their lives to training the new initiates to the Order.



Master Morton was old by this time and would only live for a few more years before becoming one with the Force. He left great knowledge in his wake and the Temple was dedicated to his memory.



Masters Yurren Relm and Ames Victur continued to serve the Jedi loyally until several years after the defeat of Rovaniss when they both disappeared following a joint mission to Dantooine. What happened to the pair would remain a mystery until many years in the future.



Rachel Soru eventually took over as Grand Master from her father and led the Jedi through an age of peace until the Yuuzhan Vong war. During the war she was an inspiration and aided many people throughout the Galaxy.



And Nayam and Harash Soru?



After five years of peace, Harash Soru stepped down as Grand Master of the Jedi Order, passing his title to his daughter. Hara left the Jedi Temple one night with Nayam, the pair disappearing into the Unknown Regions.
No one knows what became of the legendary Harash Soru, but his legacy was never forgotten. And whenever a Jedi was in trouble, or felt the pull of the Dark Side, it was always said that Harash Soru was there to guide them back to safety.




















-- Author's Note --

Well, its all over at last. The legend of Harash Soru has been told.
Looking back over all the stories, I've realised how much this has developed from that simple first comic. I'd like to thank all of you who have always commented and liked my stories as without that there wouldn't have been much point in me doing them. I've really enjoyed your reactions to plot twists and how connected to the characters you have become so thank you for all of that.

That said, its not over. Though Harash Soru's story has been told, I have one more series left to do surrounding the Great Force War. Unlike my previous series, I'll be using only a few figures so I will not be making custom figures for people as I have at last exhausted my supply of figures. However, I promise that it will be just as good, if not better than my other comics.

I look forward to your comments, thank you all again and I hope you have had a great Christmas! Happy New Year everyone!!

- Harry 863 -



Comments

 I like it 
  April 30, 2013
Great episode i cant believe its all over.
  December 31, 2012
These have been so remarkable.. Sad to see the end of the legend. You have certainly been set into the Hall of Fame here on the Pages in my book.(:
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  December 31, 2012
I...I don't know what to say. This has been a truly amazing series. You were one of the first builders that I added to my list and these series have shown the reason. If I hadn't found your comics then I don't think my own series would exist today. So I want to thank you and say... Well Done. I can't wait to see what the future holds for your LEGO building. Happy New Year!
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  December 31, 2012
Awesome ending! I like the descriptions that show what happens to the other characters in future. It was a honor to follow the legend from its origins to the end. This is the only series of a such high quality that was continued so well over such a huge amount of time and didn't lose its main idea. Thank you! :)
 I made it 
  December 30, 2012
Quoting Inferno Thirteen Harry, I really must know: What year(s) was this set in?
For this series, the first episode starts in 14 ABY, there's a 5 year gap then the war goes from 19 to 20 ABY and then another five year gap before Hara leaves the order in 25 ABY
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  December 30, 2012
Harry, I really must know: What year(s) was this set in?
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  December 29, 2012
Wow! Loved this series! I read them all, even if I didn't coment! Great job on the whole series! Can't wait to see what you'll do next! :)
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Thank you everyone for all your wonderful comments :)
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Quoting Jedi Master Alex Stones Those were the best comics ever and thanks for making me a fig in this series. The legend of harash soru has inspired me to make a comic series of my own Jedi sig-fig which will be up soon. This is really sad because when I'm on mocpages I always check your page to see if another Harash Soru comic is up and now I'm going to check and go "oh yeah, he stopped doing them." Thanks for the fig and filling up my spare time on the pages. *sobs*
Any time Alex, I'm glad you've enjoyed them :)
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Quoting Zor Ember Wow! You are an incredible comic writer! I can't believe that I can honestly say that I have read all of these! I could see your series becoming a new star wars movie and getting a lot o hits! :D
Well that would be nice Zor haha. Thanks for your comments
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Quoting Admiral Varkov An excellent ending and wrap-up to the Legend of Harash Soru and a wonderful story at that! A fantastic job!
Thanks Varkov for all your comments. I've enjoyed yours just as much as I've enjoyed making these ones and I hope you'll go on to do another series as well :)
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Quoting Gabe Martinez Well shucks it's ended, but all books must close. The story epilogues were cool as well. I kind of wanted to see Michael return to the Light, and see Hara die (I thought it would build character). Your ending was good too. Maybe we the fans could see a Yuuzhan Vong arc?
No. Won't be doing Yuuzhan Vong because I don't know the story well enough. Instead I'll be going forward to 2000 ABY to work on my own era. Thanks for all your comments over the series Gabe :)
 I made it 
  December 29, 2012
Quoting Ben Olsond (Commander Ben) Every twist turn and surprising event i have held on. From correlia to the bridge of the Vindictive my fig was in the elite of mini figs, the grand collection of Harry 863. I must say that you are a great storyteller. Polis Massa to Tython we were with you. I have deeply loved your comics held on to every moment and anticipated every new issue. I give my last comment on Harash Soru's legacy. and i say Thank you for the wonderful story.
Thank you for this comment Ben, your one of the few people who has been active all the way through and thank to for all your comments. You'll be pleased to know that Ben Dovallia has not been dismantled and is still kept safely in my collection :)
 I like it 
  December 29, 2012
excellent! what an awesome series!
 I like it 
  December 29, 2012
Those were the best comics ever and thanks for making me a fig in this series. The legend of harash soru has inspired me to make a comic series of my own Jedi sig-fig which will be up soon. This is really sad because when I'm on mocpages I always check your page to see if another Harash Soru comic is up and now I'm going to check and go "oh yeah, he stopped doing them." Thanks for the fig and filling up my spare time on the pages. *sobs*
Harry 863
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Admiral Varkov
  December 28, 2012
An excellent ending and wrap-up to the Legend of Harash Soru and a wonderful story at that! A fantastic job!
 I like it 
  December 28, 2012
Wow! You are an incredible comic writer! I can't believe that I can honestly say that I have read all of these! I could see your series becoming a new star wars movie and getting a lot o hits! :D
 I like it 
  December 28, 2012
Great legacy harry, nice sign off aswell and thanks for making two customs figures for me :)sorry I have'nt been very active though.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2012
Awesome! but wheres is Luke skywalker @
Harry 863
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Billy Bob
  December 27, 2012
Great ending. I'm gonna miss these though ...
Harry 863
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John Smith
  December 27, 2012
Good episode Harry, stories' better to be finished rather than left hanging. It's been a wonderful story, and I thank you for telling it. Good luck for the New Year.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2012
Well shucks it's ended, but all books must close. The story epilogues were cool as well. I kind of wanted to see Michael return to the Light, and see Hara die (I thought it would build character). Your ending was good too. Maybe we the fans could see a Yuuzhan Vong arc?
 I like it 
  December 27, 2012
Every twist turn and surprising event i have held on. From correlia to the bridge of the Vindictive my fig was in the elite of mini figs, the grand collection of Harry 863. I must say that you are a great storyteller. Polis Massa to Tython we were with you. I have deeply loved your comics held on to every moment and anticipated every new issue. I give my last comment on Harash Soru's legacy. and i say Thank you for the wonderful story.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2012
I'm gonna miss these comics.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2012
I cant believe it ended!!!! (Or maybe not =0) LOVE IT!!!
 I like it 
  December 27, 2012
Whoooo hoo!! great ending! i hope you will do more comics in the future
 
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