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Star Wars: A New Era (Roleplay)

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Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:12 (2 Months ago)
"It wasn't directed towards you." Amara said
Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:16 (2 Months ago)
Altessia nods. "Alright."






Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:31 (2 Months ago)
"But, anyway, I guess we'll just wait here until we're sure any stormtroopers are gone..." Piani said, stretching and flopping down on a beanbag.
Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:34 (2 Months ago)
Amara nodded and closed her eyes.
Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:39 (2 Months ago)
"I'll tell you if any arrive." Altessia says dully as she stays in her spot leaning against the wall. She can sense around the building.






Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:40 (2 Months ago)
"Sounds good," Piani yawned, already searching the building herself. Someone seemed to have taken out the guard; she discreetly moved closer to the stairway.
Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:42 (2 Months ago)
Danny was leaning against one of the walls near the stairway. He scanned the room, slightly nervous. He hoped that they would be safe here.
Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 22:45 (2 Months ago)
Altessia keeps her cool. She stays calm and alert. She also wonders who is the more experienced force user out of the the Jedi in the room. Her or another. She could also be calm because she was once a Sith. She has first had experience into what they are like. And always carries that darkness with her.






Posted: Wed, 13/09/2017 23:48 (2 Months ago)
(anything shadow? x3)

Piani refrained from thinking about Amara in fear of her sensing it, if she really was a Sith. She was far more concerned, however, how there are still more Sith left after Vader and Palpatine. It was a horrifying thought. One more Sith might have been left, and trained even more.
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 00:00 (2 Months ago)
[oh sorry X3]
"I can hear your breathing change. I know you're scared of me." Amara said without opening her eyes
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 00:17 (2 Months ago)
(Night.)

Altessia listens carefully. She takes that as a confession that Amara is a possible sith.






Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 00:18 (2 Months ago)
Piani didn't say anything in reply, and instead picked up a book from one of the shelves. "The Empire and You: The Dangers and Benefits of Imperial Rule". She honestly wasn't sure why she had it. It might have been one of those things the rebels sent her trying to get her to join the rebellion.

(Goodnight!)
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 00:28 (2 Months ago)
"I'm half snake, which is a predator, if you forgot." Amara said
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 00:36 (2 Months ago)
"Nono, I remember. Believe me, I mean no offense... I've just never seen a human-snake hybrid before. I suppose it's somewhat strange to me," Piani dismissed, not even looking up from the book.
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 01:25 (2 Months ago)
(Aw crapbaskets, recap anyone?)
Sub Yes?
Love this smol bean

Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 01:50 (2 Months ago)
(Sorry in advance because I am awful with recaps...)
(Essentially Amara is with Piani, Danny, and Altessia and they're still not quite sure if she's a Sith. All of them are in the basement of a business building that Piani decked out to be a nice little hideout)
Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 10:44 (2 Months ago)
Altessia listens. She listens to the conversation. Se listens outside. She focuses her senses on everything in and out of the building.






Posted: Thu, 14/09/2017 19:14 (2 Months ago)
Weaz wandered the town, sensing all of the types of Force around him, Sith, Jedi, and the neutral. Of course, he was still looking for his next job. The lady he once saw had wandered off while his mind was elsewhere.
Sub Yes?
Love this smol bean

Posted: Fri, 15/09/2017 00:22 (2 Months ago)
Piani decided to duck away from the rather... Awkward conversation. She focused on the book.
Posted: Fri, 15/09/2017 00:31 (2 Months ago)
Danny just continued to gaze around the room. It seemed like a nice place, but he was still uneasy. He itched to leave, but knew he couldn't.