Jedi Grand Master
Molding a Jedi (Pryce Fisto & Gabriel Volturi)
The Jade Baracccuda, a Mon Calamari Intergalactic Cruiser, soared through light speed. Its owner, Pryce Fisto, was sitting bored in his captain's chair as usual. Pryce had just left his last Master, the famous Jedi Grand Master Yoda, on Dagobah. Master Yoda had told Pryce his training under him was complete and it was time for him to move on. The biggest surprise had been that Pryce thought he had spent years on the jungle planet, only to find out he had in fact only been there a month. Master Yoda had somehow manipulated time through the Force to slow it down. Or maybe he had simply manipulated Pryce's mind to make him think it had been years. Pryce could not figure it out and had spent most of his travel time trying to make sense of it all. He spent most of the time in his thoughts because he did not have anything better to do. He traveled alone and was beginning to think that being alone was the curse of a Jedi these days. Being a Jedi was a crime punishable by death in all cases. Absolutely no exceptions were made. The emperor was obviously a Sith Lord. This was obvious to the few surviving Jedi who now trained new recruits in secret to combat his enormous army. Once Pryce had left Dagobah he traveled to the nearest civilization and carefully began asking questions about the Empire. He learned much, especially about how to join. However, helping bring down the Empire from the inside did not seem like a good idea to Pryce, it was simply too risky. Besides, the Empire detested aliens, especially hybrids and Pryce was as hybrid as they come being half Nautolan and half Twi'lek. During his investigations of the Empire he eventually caught whispers of a Rebel Alliance. They fought the Empire and were trying to restore the Universe to what it was before these dark times. Pryce immediately felt he needed to join them and so now he is traveling to join them at their nearest base. All was progressing according to plan, that is until the alarms began going off. Pryce was brought out of his thoughts and began working the consoles. He discovered that an unknown object was on a collision course with his ship. Its trajectory crossed Pryce's light speed route at the exact time Pryce would be passing by it.
"Of course it would be! Why would my luck allow for anything else?!?!" Pryce yelled out loud to voice his frustrations. He then began thinking quickly about his choices. He obviously had to drop out of light speed now but doing so without going through the proper engine slow down routine would do severe damage to his ship. He could be possibly left adrift in space with no way of communicating with the outside world. However, if he did not, he would surely crash into the massive thing and die. He checked his scanners and found the object to be a massive asteroid. This asteroid was large enough to become a moon if it found a planet large enough for it to orbit around. Pryce had no choice.
"So basically, I have to drop out of light speed, hope I avoid the asteroid, and wish for the ship to hold together enough so that I don't die in the frigid emptiness of space, and then maybe I can get a slim chance of someone coming by and trying to salvage me for parts. Wonderful plan!" he said out loud to himself to help alleviate the hopelessness of the course of action. Pryce sighed heavily and strapped himself into his chair. He flipped the necessary switched for emergency light speed abandonment and pulled hard on the controls. The Jade Barracuda dropped out of light speed and immediately began ripping apart. Pryce fought the controls and hoped beyond hope that his ship held it together. After what seemed like an eternity, the ship finally stabilized and Pryce was able to breathe and take stock of the damage. His computer was still working, but that was literally all that was working. Beyond his main console Pryce could not even tell if he even had a ship outside the cockpit. And just when he was about to settle in for the long drift and hopeful rescue, the alarms began going off again. He had to bash the screens a few times to see what was happening and apparently he was being pulled into the asteroid. It was so large it had developed its own gravity field. It was weak, but it was there and strong enough to grab his ship. Pryce had no controls, nothing he did roused any reaction form his engines, let alone his brakes.
"Blast.", was the last thing Pryce managed before his ship made contact and his world went black.