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To Save a Galaxy - S1 - Episode 2
This is a comic series set in The Old Republic. Words below pictures.
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Somewhere unknown, in a dark corner of the galaxy, there was a man. Sitting in a chair, facing out of a window. "Call in Lord Shrend" he said. "Yes, Lord." said one of his guards. The guard called in the directed Sith.



"Yes, my master." said Lord Shrend, as he bowed.



"Rise." said the man in the hood. "I have felt a disturbance in the force. A new power is rising, on Dantooine. I have chosen to task you to... disabling... this new threat. Failure is not an option."



"Yes, my lord." said Lord Shrend, bowing again. His quick Trandoshan mind was already planning.



Yes, Shrend was planning...

Scene inspired by this scene.



"Here we are!" said Master Danus.



It was about 6:00 in the evening. William and Master Danus had just arrived at the Eastern Courtyard of the Jedi Enclave. They had camped last night and set out to the encave earlier in the morning. Now, they had finally arrived.



William started to say something, but Danus interrupted and said, "No time for questions now William. I am taking you to see Master Soresh. He is in charge of the enclave at the time." William wondered how Danus knew he was going to ask a question. As they were walking away, William caught the eye of someone sitting down.



But then he was away, and after a few moments of walking, he came to one of the most prominent features of the Enclave...
"Wow!" said William.



William stood back and tried to capture in the fins. "Come, William." said Master Danus.



"Yes, Master Danus." William said. He was still in awe as he walked through the fin.



After passing through the central courtyard, which was crowded with people, Jedi or not, they entered some hallways.



"We're almost there now." Danus said. William was getting nervous, not really sure what was going to happen.



"This is where Master Soresh is. He has requested that you go in without me." said Danus.



"Alright." said William. He turned and went in.



Inside Master Soresh's office the walls were a bland grey. The room had one window, and only one chair, that Master Soresh was occupying. "Master Soresh?" said William.



"Ah, William. So, come to become a Jedi, have you?" he said. His manner wasn't very warm.



William breathed out hard. "Yes. I have come to be trained as a Jedi." he said.



"Very well." Master Soresh said. "What do you know about the force?"



Master Soresh proceed to question William for a few hours, until he knew almost everything about William. William answered every question as best he could.



A few hours later, Master Soresh said, "Alright, then. Captain!"



A republic trooper with the rank of Captain walked in and saluted. "Sir!" he said. "Escort William to room 52." said Master Soresh. "Yes sir!" said the captain. "Oh, and kindly tell Master Danus to come in." added Soresh. "Yes sir!" The captain saluted again, and him and William turned and left.



When they went out, the captain said, "Master Danus, Master Soresh has requested to see you, sir!" "Very well." said Master Danus. He turned to walk into Master Soresh's office.



William and the captain walked through the halls, neither saying a word.



After a little while, they arrived at room 52. "I trust everything you need will be in your room." 'Thank you." said William. "Goodnight." "Goodnight." said the captain.



As the captain walked away, William went to open his door.



Once inside, he saw that it was a small room, but comfortable. He saw his Jedi robes laying on the bed. I better get some sleep, he thought. Tomorrow will be a busy day.

Notes:
So here it is. The next episode of TSAG. There are still a few spots left to be in it. If you want to be in it leave a comment here saying so, but *IMPORTANT* first look at this. Please leave a comment as that is what keeps this series alive. Come back for more!

PS: If your wondering why you didn't see your character in this episode, its because this episode was written before people started signing up. Next episode I'll start introducing characters.

Quia gloria eius!

For HIS glory!



Comments

  October 14, 2013
is it to late to join? I would like to be a Jedi if i can join. Cool MOC's too!
  July 2, 2013
You might have not noticed but I did,sign up for the series in your group. I gave a description of my character. Just making sure.
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  June 29, 2013
Quoting Stephen Boe Is this series still going? If so good job on the story. I always like old republic period stuff.
Yeah, its still going. I've almost got the third episode written. I took a break for a while because I particapated in a bunch of contests. I'll be filming the next episode soon though. You can join the group if you want to keep up with it!
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  June 29, 2013
Is this series still going? If so good job on the story. I always like old republic period stuff.
Dylan Something
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Admiral Varkov
  June 17, 2013
Nice development! Well done!
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  May 28, 2013
Still good. Keep it up. --Blast--
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  May 25, 2013
Another great episode. Looking forward to some action!
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  May 25, 2013
Great job!
 
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