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I sighed, laying down on my new bed and letting the exhaustion of last night dwell on to me. It didn't really occur to me before, but what would my father think when he heard the news? His only son, his spitting image, becoming the apprentice of the Dark Side? Absurd! He would probably have a heart attack, though I doubted someone like him could ever succumb to that. It was strange really, how I didn't regret this decision, though in my mind I knew it was wrong. I was just going to fulfill my own selfish desires and show everyone what I could do.
That's right, I was selfish. I was just a selfish teenager with only one thought in mind: revenge. Though it wasn't anything serious like avenging a fallen comrade or family member, it was a more subtle feeling. I didn't hate my old Master. I knew that for certain. Heck, I didn't even hate the Jedi Lord who kicked me out. What I really hated was the feeling that disappointment brought me. That was my true enemy. I would do anything n
Awakening Chapter 1Chapter 1
"He will never be skilled enough to become a Jedi." I stood outside the conference room, listening in on the committee's conversation with the Jedi Lord. Staring hopelessly down at my own feet, I knew I shouldn't have held on to that last shred of hope. It was too good to be true; my year of training at this school. I thought I had been showing potential all this time, that I had a reason for them to keep me here.
"I am aware of that." The Lord said. "Everyone here has noticed it, even the other students notice it."
Everyone noticed but me. I guess I had noticed, but I was too afraid to admit it.
"Yes, sir. But he is still a very intelligent young man." My Master replied.
"I suppose he is." The Lord said, stroking his long beard in contemplation.
"What shall we do then, sir?" Master asked.
"That is obvious," he answered in a cold voice. "You must take his saber and send him home."
"But, my Lord! He has poten-" He was cut off by a wave of the Lord's hand.
"I am aware this