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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Lilli's POV

I was surrounded by people at breakfast, but I felt completely alone. I had opted out of sitting with Luke and Leia. I didn't think I could stand the silence over there. Ryder and Auron were also at the table, but they were as solemn as my siblings. Everyone else at the table however, was throwing theories around like baseballs. Not that they knew what a baseball was.

"Why do you think she left?" A young Anzat, as Ryder had told me this humanoid species was called, asked his friend. I had to resist the urge to stare as he used his tentacles to eat whatever indistinguishable mush that was sitting in front of him. It was the same shade as his cold-looking, greyish skin.

"Which one?" Asked a girl, and a few people laughed without any humor. 

"The younger one. Anna or something." 

"Andy." Muttered Auron, and the Anzat nodded.

"Yeah, that's it."

"Well, her boyfriend up and left too. I bet they didn't want to follow the Jedi way, if you know what I mean." More laughter. Auron finally looked up from his food that he wasn't eating and gave me a pointed look, trying but failing to mask the sadness in his eyes. I guess he wasn't the only one who thought Andromeda and Nix had flown off into the sunset on a cargo ship. 

"No way. I heard she was trained by some really powerful Master. She wouldn't just give up." 

"You know who else was trained by a powerful Master..."

"Vader."

"And Luke. I wonder how much time he's got before he snaps," The Anzat boy suddenly remembered I was sitting right across from me, "I mean, it's in his blood."

"Back to the missing padawan."

"Right. She probably just left to be with her boyfriend. No clue about the other girl though."

"Man, she was messed up. Sith material, if you ask me." 

"She probably would've taken Luke down with her." The Anzat gave up on being polite (not like he had been trying very hard). 

There were maybe 50 of us in the room, so I wondered if Luke had heard him. Leia most certainly had, because her head shot up and she glared at the boy. 

I stopped picking at my meal and took my tray over to the kitchen. I didn't know where to go. I didn't feel like going back to my room and moping, so I just walked around the building absent-mindedly. Eventually, without really knowing how I got there, I ended up on the roof. The heat would've been sweltering, considering the two suns and all, but the roof was sheltered by some sort of solar-panel-like material. A dry, warm, breeze picked up my hair. 

The city of Mos Eisley was golden in the morning sunshine, and ships occasionally flew past. The building was on the outskirts of town, so I could fully admire the city where my brother's journey began. I walked to the edge and sat down, thinking about how I had finally made friends for the first time in my life, and now three of them had completely disappeared.

"Hi," Ryder joined me, "How are you doing?"

"Not great."

"That's understandable. It's been shock after shock for you lately. I'm used to people leaving me."

"Oh, are you trying to be the tortured bad boy now?" I rolled my eyes, "Sorry if I don't feel like throwing you a pity party at the moment."

"No, I just meant...things are complicated here. The galaxy has been in a constant state of change for generations. Try not to get too attached to anything."

I felt so naïve surrounded by warriors, and politicians, and even a bounty hunter. I was just a teenager with a light-up stick I was supposed to be able to do something with. And now I was even more alone.

 

 

 

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