Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

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Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-10 21:59

Eric had uncovered the location of the next crystal he needed, the Lorridan crystal. It was located on Bimmiel, as the Lorridan’s used to and still may possibly live there. Perhaps not as pure in species as they once were, but still possibly there. Eric was rested from his last crystal hunting adventure, which net him more than he thought he was going to get. He managed to snag two crystals of the four he needed, so he still had a lot of work to do. Even though he found a planet that could be viable to procure a crystal, that did not mean they would still exist on the planet. But none the less he would damned well try and get one. Eric began his walk down the halls of the Cerberus, towards the hangar bay. He would requisition the same TIE Command Lander and R-2 to help him with the additional controls again. He was already familiar with the equipment, and it would simplify things anyways.

Eric was just stepping up to the hangar bay door, when he palmed the door open and saw the hangar bay was performing maintenance on equipment around the place. He found the TIE Command Lander, and walked on board and began to fill out a requisition order with his request for flight clearance. It was granted, but he had to exit slowly as a lot of people were on deck effecting repairs all the way up to the exit doors. He slowly began to make his way over the groups of workers, and out the hangar bay door. He was finally clear of anything slowing down his progress, so he told the R-2 to plot the course to Bimmel. He did not know where to start, but a fly over some of the terrain would potentially yield some results. But for now it was time for rest, so he had the R-2 set an alarm to go off 15 minutes before reversion to real space. This would afford Eric enough time to be back at the controls, and buckled in for the reversion.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-12 05:52

Eric was awoken by the klaxons, which meant he was 15 minutes out from reversion to real space. He was pretty groggy, but he managed to shuffle his way towards the cockpit and sat down to strap in. Just in time, as not more than a few moments later did he revert to real space and saw a greenish planet with blue caps on it. Bimmiel was growing larger in his viewport, as they drew closer. It looked like a jungle, minus the top and bottom being like snow caps. Eric had no clue where he would start his search for the crystal, so he figured perhaps asking the locals where any caves were. He could simply claim he was interesting in the geographical information the cave could provide him with the area. So Eric aimed his TIE Command Lander at the equator, and would fly over until he saw a town or city. Settlements would be too tight knit and not divulge information about the surrounding areas, as they live off the land. Where as a town or city would rely more on trade, and passerby.

Eric was beginning his circle around the equator when he saw a small city; he began to close in on it. Then he radioed in for landing clearance and they gave him coordinates to a pad number to head towards. He dialed in towards the coordinates and saw the pad number he was given and then began his landing. He swooped in nice and lower and then kicked on his repulsors to lower himself down onto the pad as he slowly dialed them back. Once he touched down, and powered down the TIE Command Lander. He then unbuckled himself, and worked his way towards the rear hatch. He was going to keep this one cool and easy, well so he hoped. He was not going to lay on the theatrics, so he palmed the door open by hand. No unnecessary Force displays here, as this was a small city. So anybody that was too different was high profile, so just a nice leisurely pace would do here.

Eric began down the ramp, and palmed the button to raise the hatch and then initiated a security feature to keep out unwanted guests. Eric then began to stroll into town; he saw rows of houses made of duracrete. It almost looked like something out of a fairy tale book that would be told to little kids of the days before hover cars and space travel. He looked around, but he tried not to let his gaze linger, as this was the norm around here. They did not have huge skyscrapers, or multi-leveled houses. It was just four walls, and the basic plumbing and sewage. This was a very basic city, but a city none the less, as the hustle and bustle of city life went on all around.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-12 17:45

Eric finally began to pass the houses and was met with a bazaar; it was the most unorthodox marketplace he had ever seen. It was just tables of stuff strewn all over them, and people yelling numbers at each other trying to haggle down the price. Eric was glancing quickly at tables to see if he could find someone with the type of wares he was seeking. Perhaps he could convince the seller of the goods to reveal that they had been able to procure the particular goods he was seeking locally. So he knew he could obtain something still from this world. Just as he found the right table, he glanced and saw a Lorridian crystal laying there on the table. It would be just his luck that one would be laying around so casually, but that was short lived. Due to the fact that, just as quickly as he had looked at it and identified it that someone would just steal it from right out under him like that.

But soon Eric would learn that there was no such thing as coincidence here. Eric decided to play “Good Samaritan”, and began to chase down the thief. As he began to run, the thief noticed he was giving chase. It was just too convenient, and then it hit Eric, the person was Force Sensitive. How else would the exact crystal he wanted be stolen and then they picked up on him running after them. This would be an interesting chase, especially since Eric was not going to use his Force abilities on this small tight knit community city. It would just lead to him being shunned and no one answering his questions. So Eric was going to take this one in stride that was until he slammed into a half constructed Force barrier. His legs kicked out in front of him from the force of the impact, but Eric noticed it not just a second too soon and braced for impact with a tiny bit of help from the Force. Probably not enough for the thief to pick up on since it seems as though he is untrained, as a half Force barrier popping up out of nowhere is not even in the least bit normal. But this would lull the thief into a false sense of security, as he would think he got away.

Eric brushed himself off, and felt the barrier dissipate as quickly as it had randomly manifested. But thankfully like a use in the Force it could be traced, and since this was not an intentionally made Force barrier. Well the ebb and flow in the Force was all off, and he could use the same feeling to track down his now confirmed Force Sensitive thief. The hard part would be opening himself up to the Force in short bursts to not alert the thief of his presence as he closed in. But as a quick cursory glance to get a position told him, the thief was still putting on some distance. So Eric began to jog now that he had a beat on this thief, there was no need to draw attention. But he would hand it to the thief for a well played accidental Force manifestation that had almost got him good. Perhaps this thief could be useful to the Order, if he could persuade him to come in. That was of course assuming it was a he, as he did not get a good look at the thief.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-12 21:00

Eric was now playing a Force users version of hide and seek, although it was cheating a bit that only one side could see where the other was. But playing fair was not going to help Eric get what he sought out for. Eric reached out once again quickly and saw that the thief had stopped, and where ever they had stopped was teaming with life forms. They were not even human or humanoid, which meant the thief was somewhere in the lush jungle. Hopefully the thief was not friendly with the local vermin, slashrats, they were called. From what Eric had read they were nasty little rats that released certain scents to warn or attract others of what was going on. It would not surprise Eric though if perhaps the thief bit off more than he could chew by being in the jungle.

Eric was making strides in getting towards the thief, but he needed to make sure he was not acting suspicious as well. As perhaps the thief had an accomplice, which was doubtful, but still possible. Eric was walking through the bazaar still, but in the right direction. It was amazing how calm everyone was in light of the recent theft that had gone on. But perhaps that was common happenstance here; after all it was the strong survive when out on a backwater world. Well in this case probably just a severely under developed world, but still inexcusable that they let this gone on for so long that they desensitized themselves to it. Eric exhaled harder than normal out of annoyance, but the law of the land was different everywhere. There were basic tenants, but most were so convoluted or ambiguous that people just interpreted them differently.

Eric was near the edge of town now, and took another peek through the Force to narrow down where the thief was. This thief was brazen, as they were way out in the jungle. He thought it was closer than what he was getting, but perhaps the distance away he was before was not letting him mentally picture the relative distance. But it was irrelevant, as he was closing down the distance. Eric stepped foot out into the jungle, and began to duck and weave through the vines and brush. He did not want to alert the thief to his presence, and if he was friendly with the local creatures any disturbances would tip them off that he was coming. He had done some reading on these slashrats, and their killballs were not something to be taken likely. Eric would probably not last very long if he got thrown into one of those, as he would get fatigued trying to bring down so many of these creatures. Assuming that they would not abandon him as prey from the scent released from the dead one.

Eric was fairly close now, as he could see something glinting further ahead of himself. He began to slow down so as to make less noise, and not be as prominent in the jungle. As in a jungle its mostly green and his robes would stick out like a sore thumb. Eric had gotten right to the edge of the encampment, and peered out to see the thief. But much to his chagrin, the thief was at a lake with slashrats. A whole lot of them and it seems as though the thief fell victim to the slashrats predatory nature. The thief, which he could now confirm was male was yelling for help on a rock in the middle of the lake. Eric sighed, so it was not his error that misjudged the distance, it was the thief being chased by slashrats between his peering into the Force. Eric had some work to do, hopefully this guy still had his crystal, as it would be a waste of time to get in a fight to save a guy that might have some potential in the Force as a constellation prize for losing his crystal he was going to attempt to lay claim to.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-12 23:59

Eric stepped out from behind the brush, and immediately the slashrats stopped focusing on the thief on the rock. Well the closest ones did, the rear slashrats were waiting to see if the thief would attempt to leave the rock and wade out of the lake. Eric removed his vibrosword from its sheath and stood in a defensive stance, ready for the slashrats to attack. He watched and began to open himself up to the Force, as the thief was not going to be going anywhere fast. As well as the fact that the thief already saw him anyways. The slashrats began to bound and leap their way into a circle around Eric, and it was going to get interesting quickly. Slashrats from what he read are very agile and quick, so maintaining an edge on them would be hard. So Eric got creative, and began to manipulate the air behind himself. He figured he could make himself a cushion of air behind himself to protect from attacks from the rear. Now whether these creatures would be too fast and displace those air pockets he did not know, but he suppose it would not hurt to pact the molecules more densely.

Now with some sort of protection, Eric was as close to ready as he could be. He was half tempted to enhance his speed to give himself more of an edge, but he figured it would be best not to play all his hands at once. As he still had company watching his every move, and tipping the hand in the enemy’s favor would not bode well for him. And by enemy he did not mean the slashrats, he meant the Force Sensitive thief that was hanging on his every move. Just as he thought he had another moment, a slashrat from his rear flank jumped in to try and hit Eric. The wall of compressed air behind him managed to suppress the attack and keep the slashrat from doing any harm to him. But it was close, a bit too close. He would have to refine this at a later point, perhaps he would make a cyclone around himself in future efforts of defense. But for now he would have to make due. Eric saw another slashrat from his back right attempt the same maneuver, and again his compressed air wall held. But this time it was even closer, this was not going to be in his favor if they kept getting as close as they were. Eric decided it was time to adapt this to work in his favor, he focused on the wall he created and began to punch it out. But he was not slowly punching it out, he was going to force it out and fast. Perhaps scatter the rear slashrats to afford him some time to get in a kill, and hopefully the stink would make the others run in fear.

This of course would only work on the basis of that the scent works on all of them, and not just on the ones outside the immediate area. But nonetheless he had to try something to get by here. Just barely repelling attacks would not earn his safety, it would earn him stupidity for letting them close in on him like the once brazen thief on the rock in the lake. Eric laughed at that for a moment, this guy had managed to pull one over on him, but then again how many people could he really have assumed were Force Sensitive? It’s not like a pool and everybody gets a taste, but it is something that can pass down. Perhaps this thief is a descendant of the Lorridians, but he had no time to keep his mind clouded with other thoughts. He pushed that away for now, and then the cushion of air flew out. I kicked up all sorts of dirt, and debris and sent the air wall slamming into the rear slash rats. They ran off after tumbling around a bit into the vast lake, but that was less than half of them gone. He still had seven more in front on him, not counting the four that were waiting for the thief to attempt an escape at the lake. Eric turned to make sure that they were truly gone, and then he felt his precognition warning went off. He turned around and saw the one dead ahead of himself sprinting at him, and waited a moment before using a Force assisted jump to clear the range of the vile beast straight vertically. But with in time to plunge his blade straight down through the creature’s skull, thus leaving it a limp husk.

Eric began to pull his vibrosword from the creature’s head when a foul smell wafted into his nostrils. No wonder why other slashrats stay away when they smell this, it’s putrid. Eric wished for a rebreather to not continue to inhale the odor, but a wish it was. So just as he was beginning to adjust to it being in the air, another slashrat came at him. This threw his theory that it would scatter them all, as the ones right nearby stayed put to continue the foray. It was clear now that he would have to defeat each and every one of them to get out of here in one piece, well with the prize. He could technically if the last four refuse to acknowledge him as a threat leave the thief to reap what he sowed. But then he would be leaving to chance that the crystal, which might not even be on the thief at this point, to be consumed by the creatures. It just would not do for Eric. He had his goal so close at hand that to give it up out of spite would just be plain annoying. But as the slashrat drew near, Eric side stepped it, causing the slashrat to trip over his fallen comrade and stir up the smell some more. Eric was almost gagging at how putrid and rancid it was becoming, and then the slashrat that had fallen in it began to run off. Perhaps an overload of the scent had sent it reeling, but that served them right.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-14 06:48

Eric turned around to begin his assault, it was time to take the offensive now. He has very few slashrats left opposing him, and doing this on their terms was not going to get him any headway. Actually it would just pose to give them an advantage, and he was not in the mood to do so. Eric began to focus his energy, he had read up on a technique that was called Hand of Darkness, it would turn an area dark as night. As the energy was culminating for the technique, the slashrats grouped up in an attempt to charge and ravage Eric. Eric then focused further and released the built up energy across the lake, it was almost instantaneous but a blanket of black looking ink oozed across the sky and blacked the sky all around the lake as if it was night. The charging slashrats got discombobulated, and their vision wavered. But it was enough to give Eric an edge, as he sent his vibrosword sailing through the air with his telekinetic energy in the momentary change of night and day. Just as the slashrats began to acclimate to night time, the front two were hit with the vibrosword and lopped in half. But they were just too close, so the second set, that consisted of three, got hit by the tang of the blade. Thus the vibrosword fell to the ground, but it was irrelevant as he called it back to his hand.

He decided working this out in the dark would work out best, as it was just disorienting for the slashrats. They were used to their cycle of day and night falling in what would be a normal cycle for this planet and that by changing it that would disturb them from their ability to maintain their energy levels. The darkness would trick them to feeling much more exhausted then they really were. Eric then charged in to mop this little event up, as the slashrats were confused. It was just enough of a stupor that Eric closed in enough to slice the first slashrat diagonally. But the second slashrat had enough time to turn and attempt to counter Eric’s first attack that had killed his clan mate. Eric managed to move out of the way and jammed his blade in the creatures abdomen. The third creature was not even aware of what was going on until Eric removed his sword from the second slashrat’s abdomen and it screeched. As it was turning Eric flipped over it and impaled it with his blade in its back. The creatures were all oozing their strange colored blood, but the four other ones just stood there gazing intently on the thief still trapped on the rock in the middle of the lake.

The thief looked so confused, as all the events unfolded in his face. He was trembling upon the rock, completely in disbelief at what was unfolding in front of his eyes. Eric had to stifle a chuckle, as he came over towards the last four slashrats. They had just come out of their stupor from staring at the thief, like he was lunch to go. Then they saw and smelt Eric, and bounded away into the jungle. Perhaps that slashrat smell would come in handy next time, well next time he remembered a rebreather so he did not get so dizzy from the stink. The thief looked at Eric in complete horror and disbelief that he dispatched those vile creatures fairly easily. Not to mention Eric did not use a blaster, and had suddenly done feats no human could do. It was time for Eric to confront the thief about his habits and retrieve the crystal. The vendor would have some compensation, but Eric was going to keep the crystal. So Eric called out to the thief,
“It’s safe now, you can get off that rock now.”

The thief looked all around first before he hopped into the lake and swam over to the shore, while he was doing so Eric retracted the Hand of Darkness technique to return the light. The thief was still shaken up on the shore, this was probably the most resistance he has had for stealing. He just looked at Eric, and dug in his now soggy pockets and grabbed the crystal and timidly walked up to Eric and placed it in his hand.

“I believe you wanted this. I felt your intention strongly wanting this item, so I thought it was worth a whole bunch of money. So I swiped it from the merchant. I’ve had to depend on myself since I was 10, so I did not have time to decide what was right or wrong when I was fighting for my life. But take it, I have learned a lesson, as I cannot live this lifestyle forever.”

Eric simply nodded and slipped the crystal into his interior robe pocket, and then decided to try something. Eric asked for him to follow him back to town for a test of sorts, as he was curious to see if this man had any potential. After all, Eric had just run into a half create Force barrier. That may mean something, as his Master had done so for him, he figured this man may yield results. As they began strolling back towards town, Eric stooped down and grabbed a small leaf. He kept it loosely in his semi-closed hand to as not influence it by distorting or damaging the leaf. The walk took a while, but as they neared town Eric saw a leaf that had just fallen off a tree. He plucked it gently from the air, and replaced the one he had been carrying with it. The edge of was close, and Eric spotted a glass which he borrowed. It was empty, but that was fine as there was an outdoor cantina nearby. He had the cantina fill the glass three quarters of the way, and threw them a credit chip. He then placed the leaf on the top of the water and handed the glass to the thief.

“Hold it between your hands gently cupping it on the sides, and then focus upon it.”

The thief looked at him like he was mental, but Eric just motioned for him to just try it. So the thief just sighed and decided to go with it for the sake of humoring him. Eric watched intently, as the man stood there eyes closed cupping the glass. The man stood their rentless, focused, as his eyebrows furrowed to indicate his level of concentration. At first nothing at all happened, and then a minute in the water got murky. Almost like a sludge had been stirred into the water, Eric recalled back when his test was done that his Master had explained what each result meant after he had been assigned an aspect as his primary in regards to the test. Murky water meant Materialization and that was a pretty rare trait. Eric did not recall who if anyone else in the order had this trait, but he figured that it would not be wise to leave this man untrained out in the wilds for another to lay claim to him. Eric was not quite ready to be taking anyone under his tutelage, but he would try and convince him to come back and seek refinement in his ability.

“That was excellent, look at your glass.”
“Whoa! What the hell did I do!”
“That would be an aspect I am vaguely familiar with as it is indeed rather rare, called Materialization. If you come back with me, I can find someone to help you refine this ability. But that is of course your choice if you choose to improve your life, from whatever this is.”
“Anything to get off this rock. Let’s go.”
“We have one more stop before we leave.”

Eric began his walk through the bazaar, after leaving the cup at the bar with thief in tow. He was getting closer to the table where he had first spotted the Lorridan gem, and the thief was aware. As he began to not make any direct indication towards the table that he was responsible for the theft of the merchant’s wares. Eric walked right up to the table and threw down a one thousand credit chip towards the man, and began to walk away. The man stood up and yelled back, “What’s this for?” Eric simply ignored him and let it go, the man would be better off not knowing the events that he was oblivious to.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-14 07:32

Eric continued walking calmly towards the docking pads, while keeping track of the thief’s proximity to him and his intentions. The thief seemed to calm down tremendously, after they had begun to distance themselves from the merchant. It was going to be interesting once they got to the shuttle and got back to Cerberus, as the whole clearance process was going to be a bit rough. He had never thought he would have brought someone up here so soon, as he was still blossoming in the Force himself. But this would be a new experience and so far it was an exhilarating experience, as he was now gaining interest in having his own student. But until he was officially graduated, he would not be formally recognized as a teacher. So picking up a student prematurely would not do anything, but show his immaturity and impatience. They were nearing the rows of duracrete houses, and it was just only a matter of minutes left until arrival to the TIE Command Lander. Once aboard he had to take precautions with the new potential initiate, as divulging information too freely could have unforeseen repercussions.

The rows of houses were cleared and now the shuttles, fighters, and smaller ships were in view. It would just be a matter of finding his docking pad number, and doing a preflight check and getting clearance to exit the planet’s atmosphere. The walk did not last very long as Eric’s shuttle came into view, and it did not surprise him that he saw items dropped around the rear hatch of his shuttle. The security feature he enabled must have caught a few bandits trying to break in and steal what they could that he would not notice. But they got a nasty shock for attempting to break in and bypass the system. Eric before palming open the system turned to the thief and asked him to put on a blindfold he produced from his pocket. The thief at first was extremely hesitant, but Eric let him know that he would be unable to bring him along otherwise. So that would mean he would be going back to the lifestyle he was accustomed to, thievery. The thief, soon to be ex thief, as he was putting on his blindfold awaited the sound of the ramp declining.

Eric walked up behind the thief to direct him up the ramp, and into the cockpit’s co pilot seat to sit down and buckle himself in. Then Eric seated himself, and glanced over to make sure the man was not peeking at the coordinates or anything else for that matter. Eric completed the preflight checks, and pre entered the coordinates to head back to the Cerberus. He got clearance for take off, and clicked on his repulsors to begin ascent off the ground to be high enough to engage his engines. He glanced once more at the thief who was a bit more relaxed, and opened up the engines. They shot up quickly through the atmosphere, and hit cold, hard space. Eric began to relax a bit more now, and then hit the button to engage the coordinates to head towards the Cerberus’ location. He was not going to be afforded any rest with the thief on board, as he had to make sure he was blindfolded the entire journey.
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Re: Does Bimmel Hold the Key to a New Defense?

Post by Eric Hughes » 2013-08-15 15:57

Eric was lightly meditating in order to not be completely wiped upon arrival to the Cerberus. Then like clockwork the klaxons went off, to indicate reversion to real space. The thief almost jumped out of his seat, as he actually fell asleep during the trip. A sign that he was beginning to trust Eric a bit more than at the start, but we will see how long that lasts. As Eric would not be the one training him, assuming he has enough proficiency in Force to become a Dark Jedi. Otherwise he may possibly become an Imperial Royal Guard, either way Eric had managed to get some talent in the door. Which was a sign of his own development to seek out and improve the number of the Order. Although, that number could dwindle from infighting, as if a Master was too complacent with a student that student may seek to usurp them. Such was the way of the Dark Jedi, power was the only way to greatness. So was stated in a shape or form in their motto. Eric began to type in his clearance code into the TIE Command Lander, and got a clearance code to park in one of the lower hangar bays.

Eric pointed his shuttle into the provided hangar bay, and began to navigate into it. Eric peered over quickly, and saw his passenger was squirming in his seat. Eric returned his full focus to getting in the hangar bay and landing in the spot his TIE Command Lander was assigned. It took a bit of maneuvering, but Eric managed to get the shuttle snugly in its spot. Eric began to unbuckle himself from his pilot’s seat, and stood up to stretch before addressing his passenger’s needs. He walked over, and the passenger had managed to feel around till he unbuckled himself. Eric helped him get to his feet, and began to escort him out of the shuttle. Eric had already summoned some guards stationed onboard to escort the new potential candidate to the proper assessment center. Eric did make mention that he believed that the man would be a Materialization specialist. But again he had conducted a rather crude field test, so now that they had the right facilities to do this, it would make for more accurate results. Eric watched as they escorted the man inside the facility towards the testing grounds, hopefully Eric would have made a nice contribution to the Order.

Eric after watching the doors close behind the man and his new guards, turned towards the turbolift to head towards his quarters to add the third crystal he obtained to his collection. He just needed one last crystal, but that crystal well he would have to dig in to get some intel on. But first he needed to rest up, and see where he was heading with everything that had been going on lately. He did not have enough time to reflect on all the events unfolding in his life right now. He had just been feeling changes in his Master that he never associated with her before, he has to read up on different construction techniques for his dual phase Saberstaff he was going to begin working on, and he had his own personal training to still focus upon in between all the other bits of anarchy.
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