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Basit Alnari: Champion

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She had always been right behind him.

From the time she could walk upright, Basit’s little sister Zahirah had been at his heels begging for his attention. Like any sister she had alternated between charming him into giving her what she wanted, and annoying him to the point of rage. For nine years she had been his shadow, and he adored her as much as she had worshipped him. He had fought with her, protected her, argued with her, and loved her as fiercely as a big brother could.

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No Survivors II: Dromund Kaas

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Chapter II: Dromund Kaas

“I thought you were supposed to bring in hopefuls for the Academy, Lord Kirak?” The Sith paced back and forth in front of the four children lined up obediently in his office. “Instead you brought me three pieces of alien trash and a human who wouldn’t know the Force from the blunt end of a spoon.” His voice dripped with scorn. He paid no attention to Zahira or the two Twi’leks who stood beside her.

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No Survivors I: Iridonia

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Chapter I: Iridonia

Charis was after her again.

He had shoulder-checked her three times that day alone, walking past her, glaring from under his heavy brow. Zaha had outrun him in sprints the day before. He couldn’t stand to be beaten by anyone, much less a girl. Her brother told her that Charis had more pride than skill, and that if he caught him messing with her again, he’d teach him not to cross the Alnari clan again.
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Basit Alnari and Albina

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(Star Wars, Old Republic Era)

During a routine patrol of contested space, Trinosce forces captured a slave ship and discovered that the cargo hold was full of children, some as young as 6; all species, boys and girls both. The Magistrate, Jio’vanna, is parceling out kids to the military branch, with orders to find their families and return them to their homes.

This story arc was never completed. This is all I have left of it. Read More →