The Princess' Mandalorian Ch2
Venku sat in the middle of his room on the princess' ship. He sat on the floor; helmet off and on a table next to him. He started cleaning his blaster, taken apart. He saber lay next to him. His chest plates were also off, sitting next to his helmet. He only wore his leg armor and his under suit. He started putting his blaster back together when his door opened. He looked up to see the princess. He nodded. "Ma'am, anything I can do for you?" He asked, going back to his blaster.
Winter leaned against the door, looking at him putting his blaster together. "Just wanted to know about you." She said, watching him. "Do you do this every time you're on a ship?"
"Every time after a mission and before another one." Venku answer, still working on his blaster. "So, yeah, every time I am on the ship."
"Huh. Interesting." She said, looking at the pieces. "May I come in?" She asked, looking at him.
"Of course." Venku said, nodding. "It is your ship." He put his trigger back on and shock back on.
Lost Primarchs: PrologeIt was a dark, cold night. A tall figure stood his ground, wind whipping around him. His red cape snapped in the wind, but he stood there like a statue, out in the middle of an open plan. Something was coming, and he could feel it. Long ago, a man came to his planet, asking his parents if they will let the man take their son to become a Jedi. They said no, for they too were Force users, and sent them man away from their world. They had taught him the Jedi power of foresight, and he had seen this day come.
He looked up into the sky; black T-shaped visor cut into a golden mask glinted in the star moonlight. The sky was beautifully clear, stars shining, and the plant's three moons were out, giving him clear view of the whole plain that was laid out in front of him. He waited, then saw it.
A star fell from a dark tear in the sky. The man watched as it plummet to the ground, not moving until it had landed. The star kept falling, coming closer to the ground, and closer to the man. The man st