Karen Sky stared blankly at her new master, Lord Aiiya Mora. She was explaining to her new apprentice what exactly she needed her to do. Though, Karen's mind was lost in the academy. She was questioning her actions, what she had done during her time at the academy. Her group started with ten would-be sith, but none of them graced the living any longer. Karen had cut them done and surpassed all of them. A small smile appeared as she relished the thoughts.
"Apprentice, are you listening to me?" Lord Aiiya's tone had changed to a slightly more angry one. Karen snapped back to reality, "Of course, Master. You wanted me to do something here on Dromund Kaas." She wasn't very confident on her answer. Lord Aiiya raised her hands, sending a swift stream of lightning into Karen's body. Karen cried out, struggling to stand. "You will learn to listen, apprentice. Or, you will perish by my hands." She lowered her hands, ending the torment. "Now, apprentice, you will listen to me. I need to you go to the city and meet with a bounty hunter named Ayden Mora. He is my brother. He'll have a package for you. Do not look in it, just deliver it to this address. There will be a woman there by the name of Cipher. Leave it with her, and return to me." Karen sighed, "As you command, Master." With that, she turned and left her master's office.
The city lights of the Sith capitol illuminated Karen's dark robes. They were a dark black, trimmed in a light purple. She kept her hood down and her lightsaber hung at her side. As she walked past the Empire's banners, down the large side walks of Dromund Kaas, she moved for no one. Instead, others moved out of her way. Karen had zoned out, as usual, as she walked. 'Is this what it feels like to be Sith? It wasn't long ago when I was nothing but a lonely girl with a dead family...' She thought to herself. Closing her eyes, she could feel the dark side of the force flow through her. And, it felt amazing. She loved the feeling of power, the feeling to change someone's life. Or, take it.