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Star Wars: Silent Shadows ch.2 Ch.2: Parawing Gliders
It was one thing to be wondering about Coruscant during the daytime. Everything is peaceful, minus the traffic overhead. People seemed to be more tollerable of one another, minding eachother's business. However, if one were new to the night life of this particular planet, you would harshly learn that all of the day-life angels had transformed themselves into demons. Night clubs, muggings, bounty hunting,kidnapping. This was what it was all about to the night creatures.
Though it was not all bad. There still was that substitute for podracing...
"And there goes Skywalker, yet again breaking another record in tonight's Garbage Pit racing!" stated the Pit announcer on the view screen.
Obi-wan watched his padawan on the view screen in fusteration. This was the eleventh time this month he had sneaked out of the Temple late at night to fly Parawing Gliders in Coruscant Garbage Pit
Star Wars: Silent ShadowsCh.1: Testing
Dizzy of intoxication from the contact nerve toxic system, two small brown eyes slowly revealed themselves into a room of darkness, but was hinted in tints of red light. A dark room of some sort.
The owner of the brown eyes, a small child, whimpered softly. He slowly swirled his head, trying to make out where he was. His vision blurred, and pained him whenever he squinted his eyes, trying to see better. From what little detail of the room he could make out, the room he was in had no windows.
He groaned as he layed his head back down with a loud 'thump'. Breathing heavly, he tried to lift his arms and legs. Finding that he lost all feeling in his limbs, he lifted his head once more to see that he had been strapped down. Tears weilded up in his eyes. He did not want to be here. He wanted to be back at the Jedi Temple, with his mentor, Master Zael. He was only eight years old.
He started to p
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