Reunion (Contest)The Reunion
Carth Onasi Comes Home ch55
"As you can see, both remain unharmed," Lassiter said, gesturing to the pair of figures behind him. Smoothly the man stepped aside allowing the holorecorder to capture Carth Onasi and Mission Vao. They stood shoulder to shoulder in what appeared to be a cantina. A familiar one Revan thought. The sight of the bar itched her mind, a scratch just out of reach with the majority of her memories locked away.
On the far side of the hold Dustil hissed sharply. Revan ignored him, her eyes searching the recording for any clues which might reveal where Lasstier was keeping his prisoners.
"Admiral maybe you'd like to say a few words for Revan?" Lassiter said cordially.
"Don't listen to him gorgeous. He plans on taking you back to the Emperor as a prisoner," rushed Carth, his expression filled with urgency. Revan saw the dark circles beneath his eyes. An ache burned her heart to see him so disheveled and tired.
Beside Carth, Mission stood with
Carth Onasi Comes Home ch54
Jolee greeted them at the landing pad. The moment Canderous saw the old mans grim expression he felt his chest tighten. Even with Bastila's reassurance Revan was okay he wasn't going to believe it until he actually saw the woman.
"I won't beat about the bush, things are bad," Jolee said gruffly. His brown eyes looked meaningfully around before he added, "Better to talk in private though. Local authorities are snooping around."
"What about Father?" Dustil interjected, half extending one hand in the mans direction.
"Alive. And the rest you'll find out in private. No arguments."
Jolee led them through port towards the docking bay the Raptor was berthed in. The droids brought up the rear of the party. Along the way Canderous saw more than a few uniformed security guards patrolling the corridor. Each man wore a heavy a blaster at their hip and carried a large carbine rifle over their shoulders. There was a wariness abou
Carth Onasi Comes Home ch53
The laboratory was a smoking ruin. Silence blanketed the room like a shroud. Black marks scorched the once white walls where fire licked them. Lights flickered in their casings. Though most of the lights had gone out entirely, damaged by the explosion. In the heat of the plasma fires the workbenches nearly melted. They sagged sickly, smoldering on their foundations. Revan struggled to her feet gasping then coughing when smoke filled her lungs. She fell back to her knees and retched.
The voice in her mind wasn't hers but Revan obeyed it without question. Dutifully she rose to her feet again, holding her right arm carefully as she moved. The Force shield had not been enough to protect her through the inferno. From shoulder to wrist the skin was burned and blackened. Where flesh had been cooked away by layers, wet red muscle and tendon glistened underneath. Pain and exhaustion left Revan bereft of her abilities. She could not heal h
Fall of Darth Revan and Rise of Admiral Onasi ch6
The Fall of Darth Revan and the Rise of Admiral Onasi
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The Fury, flagship of Darth Revan, Sith Fleet
"What do you want?"
"I have a job for you Canderous."
At the other end of the holocall the grim faced Mandalorian remained silent. Eva knew that meant he was willing to listen. On Taris the grizzled veteran worked as hired muscle for Davik Kang. Though no job the gangster handed off to Canderous Ordo was worthy of such a highly skilled warrior. Frequently Eva tempted him to take small side projects. It wasn't the money the Mandalorian sought either, but the challenge, which she admired. While Eva often thought Canderous wasted his talents as a mercenary she had not been able to convince him to join Darth Revan's cause.
"The son of one of our new captains, I need someone to retrieve the boy from Telos," she said. There was a narrowing of Canderous eyes which indicated curiosity. Eva kept quiet and waited f
Reunion (Contest)The Reunion
game: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
please note: this is a contest submission for the group CarthFanGirls, and not an official part of my series “The Revan Trilogy”
There was a crushing pain in Revan’s chest as she stumbled through the grey rocky landscape. Her vision blurred as she walked, and the chilled empty winds began to pick up. There was a great darkness here, beyond known space and in the midst of the unknown. It took much resolve to survive here, but it had taken greater strength to leave.
She knew that there would be collapse when she left. She’d seen it in her dreams, the fall of the Order and the Republic crushing under the Sith’s iron grip. For this reason she did not seek the Exile, knowing that he alone could halt the madness. And she’d left Carth...
He could hold the Republic together. He was strong, stronger tha
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