Lilli Skywalker - So I'm a Jedi...

Lilli Skywalker: Hannah WandArrow
Lilli Wilson never fit in on Earth. She has a terrible adoptive family, and no one seems to understand her. When a boy claiming to be her brother, Luke Skywalker, shows up, she takes the chance to train to be a Jedi.
Now Lilli Skywalker, she must help her siblings find the remaining Jedi and train them. Some including a sarcastic (yet extremely cute) outlaw, Leia herself, and Han's ex-girlfriend.

(In this Movella we made up some back-stories for the characters that aren't really canon)
The picture isn't ours, we got it from this website- http://starraven.deviantart.com/art/Jedi-Girl-Doodle-98353278
(Andromeda- Brianna WandArrow) (Ciara- Ensign Pavel Chekov)

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21. Confusion

Andromeda's POV

Everyone turned to look at Nix. Even Lilli who could barely move slowly swiveled her head towards him. I wanted to help her, but there was nothing I could do considering we were trapped here with a maniac...who is also apparently Nix's uncle. At least Ryder was there to comfort her.

"What do you mean?" Nix stared straight at the mysterious man and the man glared back. Nix's amazing grey eyes bore into the man and he was met by a pair with a matching color. It was possible that the two of them shared a gene pool, making it more likely that what the crazy guy was saying was true.

Nix had to be feeling some sort of fear right now, or at least confusion. If he felt any sort of emotion towards the situation, he was damn good at hiding it.

"I think you know very well what I mean. Last time I checked, you were pretty good at the English language." The mysterious man leaned against the wall, a small smirk on face which made his eyes light up in a creepy way.

"Who are you?" Nix asked with a look of disgust on his face.

"Well, you are my nephew, which makes me your uncle," The man looked at Nix, who still looked disgusted, "Are you not familiar with that term, the brother of your fa-" Nix cut him off.

"Enough games. Tell me the truth." Nix's glare became more stern and he was now the #1 person on my list of people never to piss off. 

"If you insist. My name is Count Dooku-"

"Count Dooku is dead. Anakin killed him years ago." Auron blurted out. He stared inquisitively at the Count.

"I'm not the Count Dooku, to whom you are referring. I am his son, Count Alderon Dooku. I achieved the title 'Count' after my father's death, and I have now taken his place," He smiled triumphantly, "Nix, when your father wouldn't side with me, when he said he was willing to join forces with the Jedi, I slaughtered him in the name of our father, the one who died in vain." Count Alderon stared at Nix. Nix didn't react on the outside, but that had to have been a huge blow on the inside.

"Does this mean that you're not with the Empire?" I asked. 

"Of course not. Never in a million years would I side with them. The Empire used my father to create Darth Vader, they only hired him to bring out Anakin's dark side, which involved Anakin using the Dark Side to sever my father's head. And it was all part of the Empire's plan." Count Alderon's face was filled with rage and his hands had balled into fists. 

"Then side with us," Ryder said, "The Empire is probably going to rise again somehow and you can destroy them all you want."

"You idiot. I could never side with you either. It was my father's dream to defeat the Republic, he would never aid the Jedi. And neither would I. This ship is part of it's own party. What was once old will rise from the ashes and be born anew. The Confederacy has returned." I stared into Count Alderon's eyes and I could see a look of insanity. So I said the only thing left to say,

"Crap."

***

I woke up this time in a different cell, this one didn't have bars. All that was there were white walls. There was no visible door or any windows, just a huge blur of white. And this time, I was alone. I hoped they weren't going to keep us in there forever, because I'd go insane being isolated like this for merely a month. I slumped against the wall and slid down until I hit the floor. There weren't even beds. I'd have to sleep on the floor. And what if I had to go to the bathroom?

Suddenly, there was a quiet sliding sound and a panel on the far side of the wall slid open. Someone pushed a tray of food into my cell and then the panel shut. I walked over towards it and surveyed the meal. A bottle of orange juice and a plate of chicken and broccoli was sitting on the tray, plus a fork and a butter knife. Quite a decent meal for prisoners. My stomach growled and I started to cram food into my mouth. I didn't bother to think whether or not it was poisonous. If they wanted to kill us, then they would have done it already.

After I finished, I leaned against the wall and looked around the room to see if there were any visible cameras. There weren't any that I could see. I felt around for the panel where my food had been served but I couldn't feel anything. I sighed and leaned my head against the wall. So much for escaping.

Eventually, I just got so bored that I decided the only thing to do to pass the time was sleep. And sleep I did.

***

I woke up again and I was lying on the cool white floor. I sat up and waited against the wall and I started tapping my fingers against it, until I got annoyed by the sound. Eventually, the panel slid open again and another tray slid through. I ate my food and slept again.

This was all that happened for quite sometime, as there was nothing I could do to entertain myself really and no way to escape. The only time I had the slightest glimpse of other people was at meal times and when I had to use the bathroom. I would press a button near the panel that my food came out of and then a small bucket would come through. Apparently I was supposed to do my business in there and then wait until the panel slid open again in about ten minutes, and then hand it back.

I wasn't quite sure how long we'd been here, or if everyone else was enduring the same situation as me. Considering Nix is Alderon's nephew, maybe something different was happening to him. Either way, we could have been here for weeks or maybe every time I went to sleep, I would wake up  only twenty minutes later, and we might have been here for two days. However, I had counted nineteen meal times. When we were knocked unconscious by the gas, I suspected we were out for a few hours. So add that time to the meal times, and we had probably been here for about a week.

Another meal time came, and I looked at the tray that slid out from underneath. I saw a glint off of the butter knife from the illuminating white material that the ceiling was made out of and grabbed it. Before I knew what I was doing, I put the butter knife on the floor, part of it under where the panel would shut, and then the panel closed on top of it. I pulled at the part of the knife still sticking out and pried upwards, desperate to get the panel to move upwards. After what felt like a few minutes of pulling, my hands started to cramp. I was just about to give up when the last time I pried, the panel shifted up a bit. My eyes widened and I pressed my head to the floor, trying to see out of the gap between the floor and the panel. All I could see was more white, but there was definitely a hallway or at least another room out there. I slid my hands in the gap and pushed upward with all my strength and the panel actually budged. Slowly but surely, I pushed the panel up as far as it could go.

I stuck my head out and luckily, I couldn't see anyone in the long hallway. I squeezed my body through the gap and stood up in the hallway. There were so many different routes, but I walked down the hallway and peeked through to the other side which was also empty. I kept winding down a series of different hallways until I found a hallway with a line of rooms. I pressed down on the handle to the first room and peeked inside. Unoccupied. I walked inside and shut the door. There was a gigantic wall filled with computer screens that were connected to cameras that were apparently everywhere. There were many different rooms on display but eventually I found my friends all in their separate cells. I saw a bunch of rooms identical to mine, all filled with my friends. Lilli had a bandage wrapped around her head and was leaning against the wall, a small tear running down her cheek. Her head must hurt quite a bit. Ryder was in one room lying on the ground. He was probably sleeping. Auron was pacing back and forth across his cell and Nix was leaning against one wall all sweaty and exhausted. His knuckles were bleeding and raw. I think something must of happened between him and his uncle...Then there was my room, completely empty. I guess there were cameras in the rooms after all.

I heard deep voices coming from outside of the room and I froze. The door swung open and three burly, broad-shouldered men entered. Then I unfroze. I let out a powerful round house kick that landed in one man's stomach. He fell to the ground wheezing. I balled my hands into fists and gave another guard an uppercut. The third one fumbled for his blaster but I kneed him in the groin before he could do anything. He moaned as he fell to the round in pain. The first one started to get up again put I punched him in the face. I kicked all of them in the head one more time to make sure they were unconscious and then ran to find my friends.

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