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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37. Rakghoul

Andromeda POV

I rolled out of my room in my wheelchair, bumping into the door frame as I left. I cursed under my breath and tried to clear my head. I had been a little depressed since everything below my waist became paralyzed. But really, could you blame me?

It sucked not being able to use my legs. It really sucked.

I turned a corner in the hallway, not really sure where I was going. I felt myself slam into someone as I came around the other side and winced.

"Sorry," I mumbled.

"Andy?" I looked up and found myself staring into stormy grey eyes. Nix. "Just the person I was looking for," He flashed a hint of a smile, "There's something I want to show you."

Even if I wanted to protest, which I didn't, it wouldn't have got me anywhere, considering he had already grabbed the handles of my wheelchair and was speeding me down the hall.

"Um, where are we going?" I asked, my eyebrows knitting together.

"Patience."

"Jeez, don't tell me you're turning into Yoda. He says 'patience' practically as much as he says 'the.'" Said, I mentally corrected myself. He was gone. Dead. My heart ached and I was overcome with homesickness. He was the closest thing to a home that I had.

Focusing on my current situation, I noticed the walls of the med bay surrounding me. I wasn't up for more treatment; the doctors had tried multiple things to try and cure me. They even submerged me in a Bacta tank, but that only repairs muscle and tissue; it does no good against repairing bone.

Nix rolled me into a private room and shut the door behind us. He seemed eager, almost excited, so I didn't say anything. I didn't get my hopes up though.

He pulled a vial from his pocket filled with bubbling green liquid and poured it into a syringe.

"What is that?" I finally broke the silence.

"Rakghoul serum. It was used to counteract a plague that caused deformities, among other things." Nix stated.

"And you think this will repair my spine?" I was still wary, but I trusted Nix.

"Maybe. People said that some of the deformities altered a person's bone structure, so the cure must be able to fix something related to it." Nix rushed forward and raised the syringe to inject me. I put a hand on his to stop him.

"Don't be disappointed if it doesn't work." I felt the muscles in his hand tense, but they relaxed and he nodded. The needle entered my bloodstream, I didn't flinch. Nix drained the liquid and put the syringe down. "Do you know how long it takes to work?" I asked.

"I'm not sure." Nix pulled a chair next to me and sat down. I leaned my head against a wall and shut my eyes. I didn't have hope that this would work, but Nix did. He was tough, tougher than most, but I had never seen him like this. He was almost vulnerable, and I didn't want to see him hurt. I felt his hand on my leg and drew calming breaths.

Wait.

felt his hand on my leg.

"Nix!" I yelled and my eyes shot open, "Help me up!" He immediately stood up and put my arm around his shoulder and pulled me up. I felt the cold floor through my socks, I didn't bother with shoes. I hesitated, but I inched my foot forward. I felt my muscles respond and I lifted it, taking a step forward. I looked up at Nix and his face lit up. This was the first time I had truly seen him smile. I took another step and then another.

My arm was still around Nix as we walked out of the room, abandoning the wheelchair for good.

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