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  • All there will be...is darkness, Sky.

    When their ship made it into the atmosphere of Munto Codru, Jack had his arms firmly wrapped around Sky. The last hour before they landed was marvelous. How this whole thing felt right. Them being together locked in a passionate game of lust. Still, once they entered the atmosphere he then stood up from the bench they were laying on pulling on his pants before pulling a dark green and white stripped shirt over his head.

    "We're here, Sky." Jack said with a smirk.

    As the ship entered the atmosphere the clown walked to the cockpit and sat in the pilot's chair. He then offered for her to join him if she so wished. Looking out into the lush green forest that covered most of the planet, he saw the hangar in which they were going. Jack then tapped a button sending the hangar terminal the code for who was on the ship. As they were cleared the Sith Knight then turned to Sky and then winked at her. Piloting to him was rather easy. Of course, he got that inherited from his genetic template, Jacob Murano.

    When they landed the Sith Knight opened the exit ramp before the whoosh of the pressure escaping filled his ears. Walking casually with lightsaber clipped to his belt he then wished to take her hand holding his out for her. Looking into her eyes the red-eyed Sith smirked at her.

    "Destiny awaits, my dear." Jack said taking her up to the doors.

    Opening them he lead her inside the halls where the Council dais stood. Taking Sky he then lead her forward into it as the torches along the wall lit the way. Knowing full well others were inside the Sith Knight then cleared his throat.

    "My fellow Sith...I come here to give this former Imperial a chance to awaken the beast within. For you to realize her potential, and, grant her the chance to learn the ways of the Sith." Jack said, "Council members...fellow Knights, Lords, Warriors, and of course...fellow Disciples. Heed my call and join the conversation."
    Last edited by James Icarus; 09-26-2014, 12:24 PM.

    Keep holding on when my brain's ticking like a bomb...guess the black thoughts have come they've come to get me! Sweet caring words...unlike nothing I have heard...sing along mockingbird ya don't affect me!


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  • #2
    Just the walk down the dim hallways put a pit in her stomach. All of the rumors she had heard of the Sith were true. They were a private organization and this dark style certainly suited them. Still she pressed on, holding Jack's hand as they entered the Council room. She quickly pulled her hand from him. She hoped he didn't get the wrong idea, but it was better this way for now. She placed her arms behind her back respectfully and stood "at ease" with her feet shoulder width apart.

    In a place like this, it was better to not speak unless spoken to. All eyes were on her and beckoning her to make a mistake. Sky's demeanor had to be flawless or else there isn't anything Jack could do to save her.
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    • #3
      James was interrupted in his office by one of the servants. The frail man told him that the clown Sith Knight had brought someone in to be questioned by the Council. So, the Sith Master stood from his chair inside his office and waved the servant off before heading down the stairs into the Council chambers. Once inside he took his seat on his own Council chair, seeing the young woman in question as the clown asked for the Council to deliberate on her acceptance.

      The Sith Master folded his arms across his chest before asking, "Who is this you bring before us, clown? Why is she important enough to bring before us asking to learn the ways of the Sith? Why her?"

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      • #4
        Sky felt the question was indirectly appointed at her so she spoke. "My lord, my name is Sky Harrison. I lost of my life on Nar Shaddaa and from the Galactic Empire when this one found me and showed me what my true path in life was. I was living in a shadow of what I could achieve and become." She motioned with an open palm to Jack beside her. "He aided me in a personal matter that was all my doing and I promised to pay him credits upon completion but before we set off to begin, he sensed the Force within me. He gave me a chance to show my true colors and bring forth the power I had hidden away for so long. Credits were no longer desired at that point. He knew I belonged here and so do I."

        Sky paused to gather her thoughts, lowering her palm and returning it behind her back to clasp with her other hand. She felt as though everyone in the room were already counting against her as she spoke her case. "You may not see me as important enough to learn your ways, my lord, but I know that I am. No amount of words will do any justice here as I'm well aware you all know by now. From what I hear, the Sith are people of action and people of action require said action in order to believe. I can stand here all day and preach that I belong here, but I'd just be digging myself a hole a toothpick."
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        • #5
          James lowered his eyes towards Sky, "Well, Miss Harrison, you say that the clown had sensed you had the potential in the Force. You say he helped you with something that showed your true colors. What were these true colors you speak of?"

          He then kept his arms folded across his chest sitting up in his chair leaning his face into the torch light, "I do not see you as important. You must prove it to me. Speaking of action? Then...prove to me your worthy. Convince me that your worthy of being a Sith. You have the potential. Then make me believe your worthy of learning the ways of the Sith."

          James then stood up and jumped down from his seat, "Come at me!"

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          • #6
            Dalethria raised a brow at Master Icarus' actions, wondering how that degraded so quickly into an open fight. However, he was the first to question the potential and waited to see how Harrison handled her fellow Councilman's challenge.

            As she watched the scene unfold from her chair, a part of her was hoping that the girl survived to hear more of her story. This set an interesting precedence for members of the Galactic Empire who had Force potential and bringing them to the fold of the Sith. This was a matter that required some discussion whether or not the woman survived her encounter with Icarus.

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            • #7
              Remaining quietly observant, the priestess encapsulated in black watched from beneath the hooded cloak. Slender hands held the obsidian staff of office, end capped with brass Keth dragons and as she listened to the clown's story, then her embellishment, Sianna could sense the Force's aura within the young girl that appeared about the same age as the Echani Lordess. What did surprise her a bit was when her own master's large form glided from the raised platform and to the floor as silver orbs shot to James. His shout filled the council chamber and gained everyone's attention.

              Now it was time to see what this girl was truly made of, she grinned wryly and waited to see what would happen next...
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              • #8
                Sky sharpened her eyes at Jack beside her before returning her glare back at the Sith Master. Jack had never said anything of combat. He only said there would be questioning. She did, however put herself in this situation, so something of this sort would of been inevitable.

                Sky rolled her long brunette hair up in a ponytail and made her way away from the center of the room and several paces from the Sith Master before stopping. If there was one thing Jack taught her, its that your emotions can empower you. She needed to muster some kind of emotion and quickly or else all of this will of been for naught. She chose the darkest of all memories for this moment. The night her brother died trying to save her. Struck by a stray blaster bolt in gang turf and there was nothing Sky could do about it. Powerless and weak, she allowed two rival gangs to claim her brother's life. All for a turf war. And it was all her fault because she wanted to leave the house for ice cream. The safety of their orphanage. She'd hunt down every fool who represented the two gangs and flew their flags. They'd be punished for the galaxy to see, and all of it would start here with the Sith Master in front of him. She was ready.

                The trainee grinned at the towering master before spinning, sending all of her energy into her right foot, and opening with a reverse roundhouse kick to the Master's masked face, followed by a relentless attack of seven jabs to his abdomen. Her attacks were filled with anger. Not at a particular person, but towards everything as a whole that led to her being in that room at that time.
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                • #9
                  Razielle Van-Derveld watched the proceedings with an air of mild amusement at best. If the girl was of the Force, which she seemed to be, the only courses for progress open to her were to join the side of the Sith, or the Jedi. It was good that the clown had found her and brought her here before her purpose could be perverted by their foes in the Light. Her only concern was what the Galactic Empire might think of her defection form their number. Then again... they did have her favorite musician now, Alienor. Perhaps such changes would become more acceptable in the days to come..

                  The recruit was certainly... an angry wench.

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                  • #10
                    James then summoned the Dark Side feeling all the constant pain and anger that plague him. so using his pain as a means of channeling the Force, the Sith Master could feel her inner anger. Well, she had anger at least. That was something to start upon. But, she would need to learn to focus more. Her blind rage would get the best of her if not untrained. He had to give her credit though, she took the challenge. Quite well, he may add.

                    "Good!" He said as he caught her foot pushing it back down.

                    Then using Force Speed he dodged her punches to his abdomen quite easily. Not noticing she at first looked at the clown, he didn't put together that they must have talked before hand. No matter she was in for a lesson. Not a physical one, but, a philosophy lesson. In a matter of speaking.

                    "Ah, yes, your anger is strong, Miss Harrison." James began as his voice boomed through the halls, "Yet, it is untrained, and, you lack the training obviously. I should commend your tenacity and fearlessness. You just attacked a Sith Master. I applaud you."

                    James then turned around clapping his hands together for a moment before spinning back around. Knowing that Razielle and Dalethria were there, he then jumped atop the Council dais, before motioning towards Sky and the clown. Smirking he then sat back in his chair.

                    "I have no more questions for now. My fellow Council members, you have the floor." James said with a nod to both Dalethria and Razielle.

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                    • #11
                      Sky's anger subsided and she took a large step backwards before lowering the upper half of her body in a bow. "Thank you, my lord." So a Sith Master, eh? His defenses were impregnable but in due time she would find a way inside. She spun around and headed back to Jack's side. Turning around, it didn't take long before someone else was already curious about the newcomer.
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                      • #12
                        OOC: This will be Jack's last post

                        Jack looked at Sky with a shrug as she glared at him. He couldn't do or say much since it was the masked Sith Master who challenged her to attack. How would he know that would happen? James must have done it for a reason. His reason for her to not show any fear. Even against a Sith Master. It worked obviously since the masked man retreated to his seat.

                        So the clown figured that Sky would eventually be let into the Sith. She had the anger, the rage. Oh, such rage! It was intoxicating to him much less Sky herself. Her potential was great, it just needed...guidance. The Sith Knight then walked casually past Sky giving her a wink.

                        "I'll see you on the other side, Sky." Jack said with a wink before he skipped along and into the big steel doors that lead into the inner Sith temple.

                        Keep holding on when my brain's ticking like a bomb...guess the black thoughts have come they've come to get me! Sweet caring words...unlike nothing I have heard...sing along mockingbird ya don't affect me!


                        Jack's theme song


                        Jack's Alternate Theme


                        Thanks to Drake for this awesomeness!

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                        • #13
                          Bristling with anger, Harrison met the challenge head on with Icarus and Dalethria could also feel the desire burning within her to become just as powerful as the man that had swatted her aside with ease. There was plenty of potential here to mold the girl into what the Empire needed.

                          "I've nothing further to ask. Anyone untrained in the Force that accepts a challenge against a Sith Master, even unawares of such a title, clearly shows either potential or insanity. Either way, we'll learn which in time. Do you have anything to add, Sister?" she asked, referring to her blood sister Razielle.

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                          • #14
                            "Mmm, potential or insanity. I think you have the right of it.", Razielle concurred.

                            She agreed with the assessment. This Harrison girl was bold, and full of courage if nothing else. It was a far better beginning than many others had started with. She might just do well for herself.

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                            • #15
                              Silver orbs studied the newcomer and knew that she was bold, and wondered what had transpired now between her and Jack when they met. Few had wanted to be around the clown for very long, so she at least had some insights that most didn't. Or, he actually liked her. Either way, the priestess noted that the council seemed to approve of the girl, so now it was her time to prove to them all whether or not she had what it took. The first few weeks of training proved everyone.
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