I leaned on the window sill of the Beacon and gazed after Luna as she walked away with her lightsaber at her hip.
Selina wheeled her steam powered chair up to the desk of the Beacon and set a bowl of fruit gently on it.
I used the Force, drew an apple toward me and took a bite. “Thanks Selina.” I murmured.
She grunted. I looked out the window again and saw a Stormaton (what’d you think? Stormtrooper and Automaton mushed together.) portal march by.
I ran past the printing press and grabbed my mask off of it. As I reached for the door I heard Selina yell at me from the basement, “Stop putting your mask on the printing press!”
I reached for the door again. “And don’t slam the door!” She finished. I rolled my eyes and put my mask on, and considerately didn’t slam the door.
I dropped my apple core onto the street and a small rat scampered out and grabbed it. My dark green and blue Jedi robe blended into the shadows as I watched the Stormatons walk by and turned on my blue, almost white lightsaber.
I was about to have fun with this portal. Then I heard an explosion. Very soft and faint but it caught my attention.
I forced unto a roof and looked over the docks and at the isle far in the distance.
A green cloud of fog rose from the mines.
I ran for the docks and shoving a man out of a boat I snapped, “This is Jedi business.” And shot off toward the Isle.
I forced rubble and rocks around me in a collapsed part of the mine. It had taken a while to get down here, in the very bottom of the Isle.
Finding Luna had been a snap since I had been using the Force as a GPS to find her. And I was close.
An Oscillator wizzed up behind me and I forced it away, slamming it into the dirt wall. It fell and crashed into several pieces.
Then I uncovered Luna. She was curled in a ball and was mostly protected by a bolder but her eyes were tightly shut.
I drew my lightsaber and looked at the already destroyed Oscillator. I leaped on it, and smashed it to slitherings. “You better have not killed Luna!” I yelled at it even thought it wasn’t it fault.
Sensing movement behind me, I turned and saw Luna uncurl.
“Luna! Your okay!” I yelled, delighted. Emerald green lightning shot from her hand. I coolly deflected it with my saber and grinned as Luna realized that I wasn’t a Stormaton.